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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1897 hao1897042301 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. "TT MANY THIN Bin: when Hie Creator said to woman, "In sorrow slialt thou bring forth children," tlmt a curse was pronounced against the human raco, but tho joy felt by every Mother when she first presses to her heart her babe, proves the contrary. Danger and suffering lurk In the pathway of the Expectant Mother, and should be avoided, that she mav reach the hour when the hope of her heart is to be realized, in full vigor and strength. The HaeteoD Eepublicm. OFFICIAL ORGAN Of THE PARTY IK THE FODEIH Ni.i "Nothing: else like il:" The most rcfrtthlnp- and - ai n a., a,. a, a aiiwAJ pleasant Soap for the skin. CUL DISTRICT . fSiSteHSi 1 JHtDICATtP ' VUJj. 12L.. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1897. and some terUblc grinning white object on a white horse rldiug after him, they did not know what to make of It. A negro shouted "Ghost!" and then one man fired a shot at the thing. That was the slgn.it for n general tiptoar, and a scene of excite ment and consternation such as Gen, Houston said "was never (quailed outside of the Infernal regions." Mr. Homes would have stopped in front of the hotel, but his frightened horse entertained different ideas on the subject, and ran on around the plazi. It never occured to a single individual tliat the thing they saw was a human NO. 39. iUTANEQUS gal body to make that ntlattgemcnt. of imports will ontlnue, and probabtf&thtnsrrt. tix tot No individual cr piivite ccmmittee ly Increase Temporarily the reveniOltrr.HuMr.avft Bath can change a People's patty device ue will be augmented by the duties jrjJpmcEf25iTt unlees the county convention insttucts piid on this unnatural volume of forso relaxes the the committee to do so. l(n the Peo- eign purchases, but tbe evil tflecU system and It lasts twice as long; as others. ple's patty convention of Ohio coun- will be twofold; first, when the new Nature, s A trial Wilt conrlnea you of Ha great Gives Somo Explanation Re- ty instructed its committee to deliver tarlfl goes Info effect the market will ,... .. (j.cua in, mo.l IMUdlOUa. the necDomo-Popu-li- st the party over to the Democrats? Or be so glutted by foreign-madgarding tho essary change All. goods CHARLES F.MILLER, has the Ptople's patty convention, that onr own mills anJ f ictorioi will takes place Fusion. FRUNCIt MILLED TOILOT Mfr.ol without Nauwhich means the voters, had SOAPS AND PERFUMERY. not be able to resume until they are -- 1. T sea, Headache, Work Lancaster, Pcnn. regarding the matter? disposed cf; stcond, the volume of Says tho Populists Havo Nervous or EBTABUSHED, 189. The People's patty committee can re imports win tan oit in ttie same proBoys. , Doon Swaffowod by tho Gloomy Foreceivr? propositions but all such propportion by which it now is rising boding of dan Democrats. ositions must be referred to the peocer, and the Intorostlng Story of tho Ghost ple in convention for adoption or re PROFESSIONAL CARD. The responsibility of the senate is trying hour is robbed of its pain wmrjH'l 9 it? That Almost Cnpturod jection; otherwise, the agreement Is great. A sDeedy settlement ot the and suffering, as so many happy The Democrats say the Populists not binding upon skeleton. the People's party. tarifl Issue not only is desired but demothers have tho Republic ofTox- Congress was in session at the agreed to vote under the Democratic The voters themselves are the rulers. manded by the people. The Increase "Mothers Friend" docs Nothing but as. this. time, and the members rushed into device in Ohio county. The PopuDon't be deceived or Farmers Journal. of Imports during the past month is . m persuaded to use anything else. the street supposing that nothing less lists say they are to have a fusion deMmy lives have been saved by the not to be contemplated with satisfacJIAllTFOHD, KT. One night In January, In the year than the vanguatd of Santa Anna's vice. Which side Is telling the truth? "Mothr.r'i Friend" ll lbs greatest remedjerer tion as a prolongsd condition. InWill practice his profession in Ohio Has the Populist- - party been turned timely use of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar wit on tho market, andall our rmtomon nralte It 1836, two or three young men, while army had surprised the capital. In W hlwwrlnlit, Tox. ulghW-- W. ter Ocean. li. KW04CO, and adjoining counties, and court of at a farm house not far from Old those unhappy times every one car- over to the Democrats, and the Popu- Honey. When a cold creeps upon Of rtnieitUtat$I.OQ,ororit Special nttention given Drrotll on receipt Does the you, or a cough racks your lungs, no Uraolntlonaal Heaped to IheSfeuiorjr Appeals. of price Writs for Iwok containing ralua- - Washington, Tex , manufactured and ried arms, and, as I'armer Homes lists ignorant of trjefyictf collections. Office cast aide of Die Information for all Mother., milled tree. ol J. flolllii Hhnlla. People's party of Oho" county know remedy is so prompt or effectual. turned loose upon the unsuspecting came around the second time, with Th. DrattlsM n.f alitor Co., Atlanta, Oa. Can be given to children with perfect Whrrras, In the Providence ofour citizens of the town a ghost that his white hair streaming in the wind just "where they are at?" think safety and is sure to produces benefi- Heavenly Father, our nclghbor.ftiend M. L. IlEAVWN. SlIBtBY Tayior. CIIANGB NAMFt OP FIItM. Wanted-- An Idea cfHthrt canatiAa caused one negro the loss of a leg, and death or the devil on his white hib. simple trt For sale by Z Wayne and associate, J. Rollin Shultz, has HEAVRIN & TATlOfl, Protwt jour ISmuh ttif mar irlD you wrurth. and caused the President of the Re. horse in hot pursuit, the Texans Chairman Miller, of Ohio county, cial Writ JOHN WEDOEItutJIUI 7k CO, Plttnt been taken from our midst by the i.S Wa.hlBfton, I) o , for their aJ.Nu prise on.r public to order out the army, creating opened fire Pistols,, musters and said that fusion was like a man who Griffin & Bro. end list of two hundred laTenllons wanted. grim monster death, and the greatest consternation n ghost shot-guwere emptied into the pack had a farm and could not cultivate it Don't Mho the Fit. Ion. HARTFORD, KY. Wiibrbas, We who have known ever caused on eatth. These young of bones and tbey could be beared himself, so he took in a partner and Riusellville, April 11. The silver ,hlm REWARD! from childhood and have watch- The aboT reward will be paid for proof of Now if Jones Democrats and Populist, of Logan men, one of whom is yet living, were rattling aud cracking above the sten divided up the spoils. Perry Westerfield, the eilMeote of a Utter UIIMUI than spending the night with an old doc- torian yells of the flying farmer. had a farm be could run it In the county, fused and nominated a ticket ed his career from youth to manhood w.rm OARBliaa Oil. or a ItrMedr than MtRCHAHT'l WBBM T1BHT tor by the name of Ryan, who resided Strangely enough, not one shot of the, name of Jones, but If he should take but as yet the Democratic committee and have learned to love him so much Beaver Dam, Ky. on account of the many noble qualiSold CTtrjwbcra, on his plantation about two miles tirst volly struck the white horse, in a partner by the name of Smith, has failed to issue certificates to the Merchant's 0 arillni Oil Co. ties he possessed of mind and heatt, Ikport,N.V..U a A. R- - R. WEDDING from the capital They had been Hounds, of which there were forty tbe correct style of the firm would be successful candidates. Thcie is a big hunting during the day, and alter packs in the town, joined in the pur- Jones & Smith, nnd not Jones, as It kick about the action ot the commit- be it resolved 1st, That our Sunday School exsupper, while smoking in the doctor's suit, while the engineers of the two was before Smith was taken into the tee. There is talk of a contest In tbe Hartford, Ky. tend to his bereaved parents, sisters, office, which was a small, isolated steam-boa- ts lyingat the wharf turned partnership. Otherwise Smith (the Judge and Jailer races, and if there Is, Will practico his profession in all brothers, kindred and friends our building located in a corner of the all the steam in the boat's boilers'iu-t- o Populist) would not be in the deal. the ticket will In all probability be heart-felthe courts of Ohio t sympathy. That in J. counties. Also Notaryand adjoining Do you catch on, Bud is the point defeated in November. A large numtheir whistles front yard, they noticed a skeleton In Public. Rollin Shultz we have lost a faithful Office, in Commercial IJotol. an open closet. It was the skeleton ber of Democrats did not want to fuse "What in the devil is it? ' said Gen. visible to tbe naked optic? of a very large man and perfectly ar- Houston to the Secretary of War. at ol with the Populists, but It was student in the Sunday School; a kind Can ata, and Trad Marfca obtained and all " t HESTOY ORGANIZATION. 3. :m: patient and obliging neighbor; a con trailncunmdacl.il for MeorniTC rata. ticulated. The'Democrats are fearful that if stuffed down their throats by the The night was a little "Order out the rifles and capture the OunorricnaOrpoaiTiU.a.PATCKTOrrict servative, upright and noble citizen, ATTORNEY and we csoMvura oatiut ia Jen Una than ukm cclJ, and one ol them remarked as he thing. They are not afraid of the dev- they give up their device It will de committee, which is trying to run the AT and that his death is a sad bereave bead model. dr.mr or Sot(. tih (burin. HATiTtfnrjn zrv lit his cigar and seated himself before il himself." stroy the Democratic organization. politics of this counly. adVur, ( pattnul a or Bat, free of tloa, a ment to the entire community. Will practico his profession in all th 'clurre. OarfcanotdutiMpairntitHcared. Women nnd children were screamthe file: Now If it would destroy tbe DemocratA fMMlrT."H"wtoOltainrt.ntCHh I' Dr Bell's 2nd. That a copy ol these resolucures courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties ;ro.t "Now, if we had a jug of Bourbon, ing and the uegroes were praying. ic organization to vote a tusion or Me In the U. S. and forrlfn teaatne. ' t Irte. AMrae, Oarelul attention will be given to a At a corner of the street the farmer's citizens' ticLtt, what would it do to coughs and colds. It sooths the air tions be sent to the press for publicawc would be fixed," business Col hore collided with an old uegro aud the People s party organization to passages. It heals the bronchial tion; also a copy to his bereaved par- lections entrubtedto his care. a specialty. Ofhce over Ohio or, patent Orncr. Wamihoton. d. C. i "Well, suppose wesnd after a b fell, throwing Mr. Homes sprawling clear the fence tubes It strengthens weak lungs. ents. said another." IAVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVvvvvvvvV4 County Bank. Also K otary Public. and vote the Demo- It builds up the Done by order of the S'aultztown tissues. It enables To the objection that they had no in the stud. Tbe negro cnwled cratic ticket? Why, the People'spar-t- p the blood to receive Its proper supply Sunday School, thisApril n, 1897. one to send, George Wilson remarked: away with n broken leg, and Mr. JxrEs-rSLii- ,, would be compelled to submit to J. HamBarnrs, Supt. (Vonnty Attorney) "Send the still," nodding his head Homes shouted: "He has got me tbe Jonah act be swallowed up and of oxygen. For sale by Z. Wayne H. B. Taylor, ) Comnow, by thunder?" toward the skeleton. Women Nnperlntrnilenia, I made to disappear from the face of ) J P. Austin, There are ten women County School The old white horse having nothing the earth. "Just the thing," replied the first m HARTFORD, KY. r Superintendents la Kentucky Miss The Lrtat Unit Century's Experience. speaker." My old whltehorse knows to follow, trotted around to Mr. Will practice his profession in tbo F.O. AUSTIN, M'gT., DIDN'T PARTICIPATE. Kate Edgar, Bourbon; Miss Pappie For half a century this country has Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn to town, and, if started, he Campbell's saloon, where he stopped G31 West Markot Stroot Be the road The People's party convention of Little, Preathitt;iMiss Kate McDaniel, attempted, by fits and starts, to pro- ties. Special attention given to col would go straight to Jack Campbell's nnd Interested himself in kickiug at Ohio county was a mass conventiou, Christian; Miss Mina Wheeler. CriN tect its ships in the foreign trade by lections. Office in Courthouse. twnonGth aud 6th, the hount's saloon and stop." The crowd, including . and the Democratic convention was a tenden; Miss Lucy P. Pattle. Frank- the English system of subsidies They all laughed as the picture of several Congressmen and men who delegated convention, yet the Demo- lin; Miss Kate Blain. Lincoln; JNO. B. WILSON, had distinguished themselves in a Mrs. What has been the result? Whenever the ghost on the white horse came in cratic convention was three to one A. T. Million, Madison; Mrs. M. E. we seriously begin that system Engto thelrminds.tndoneofithem insisted dozen battles with Mexicans and Inlarger than the Populist, which shows Hardin, Owsley; Mrs. Lucy I.. BAKHR V. West, land doubles the subsidies paid to her that the idea was too good to pass dians, ran inside and fired at the plainly that HARTFORD, KyT the Populists refused to Spencer, and Mrs. M. CCUKKS: AND thing through the windows. F. Denny, ships competing with ours. If that SPECIAL attention given to without bein; carried out. Not a take part In a u O. BAKER. con making abstracts, &c., Waj ne. is not sufficient to enable them to "G'i and get the horse," be faid, man was game enough to face his to vote the Democratic ticket. also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Satanic Majesty and ask him what he beat us, then she increases their sub"and I will write the note " Whenever a druggist tells you he Ofhce North ido of public square. Describing the Democratic-Populis- t These men were not afraid The dare devil, never thinking of wanted. has something just as good for sidies still more. In a little while, it on the battle field or the field orhon- - fusion convention at Hartford last coughs, bos been found, the American people R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, the consequences, wrote a short note colds, grip, etc., as Dr. !. . u. get tired of this kind of warfare, they to his Irtend and placed it in an enve- ff, Kllf tlm .1 .,J1 n tta pate t.nM.A Monday the Hartford Herald says: ju uia uuiac he is think"Mr Sam James, ("Candy Sam") at Bell.s look more and more fixedly nt the lope. The letter was sealed and ad- possessed horrors that crushed all humiddle ol l'opullst, from Da- ing of his profits and not of your wel- outgoing money from the national Hartford, Ky. dressed to Mr. Campbell anil then man fortitude The string with which viess county, was on our streets, but fare. We make the genuine and autied to the skeleton's bony fingers the bones had been tied to the saddle made no outbreak. It was generally thorise all druggists to Treasury, forgetful of tbe benefits the Will practico his profession in all the guarantee it Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties They then securely fastened the skel had doubtless become weakened by supposed that he had been employed to be the best on earth. The E. E nation derives from owning its own Collections carefully and promptly atthe ureat strain to which they had been to come here by the Republicans to Sutherland Medicine Co , Paducah, ships, keeping their earnings in our tended eton to the welt cinched Spanish sadto. Office with T. J. Smith own country and giving employment & Co., dle. The old hotse did not much like subjected, and when three or four break up the fusion arrangements, Market Street. hut the great enthusiasm and evident Ky. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin to our own people in all the looka of the rider, and when he monster blood hounds seized the unanimousness of the situation prob-nbl- & Bro. parts of the country. The next thing Is the re w.ts turned loose he sttrtcd toward the skeleton they easily tore it loose and J. B. VIOKERS, took tbe gentleman by surprise The Uny Una t'aaaeil peal of ths subsidy; then we see.the town of Washington In a gallop. it fell with a clatter upon the side- and he did not oiler any advice." Louisville Dental Co.. Tbe day for preachers to get up in ships that have depended upon the MessengcrJ The whole pack fell upon it, Washington was at that time the walk Hartford, Ky., We did nrit expect to say one word the pulpit nnd abuse other denomina- snbsidy laid up, their owners ruined, capital of the Republic of Texas aud snarling and yelping, and dragging tions, is just about passed. You can building stops; foreign shipowners Will practico his profession in Ohio a great crowd had usscmbled in town, it about In the slteet. Some of the regarding tile Ohio county convenSpecial atto witness Congressional debates and bolder ones peeped from the saloon tion. Mr. Vorsley, of the Fordsville not build up by trying to tear down come in and gobble up the freight, andadjoining counties. fortified and intrenched by their own tention given to all business entrusted discuss the latest news from Mexico. and saw the saddle empty and the Express, attended our convention and the reputation of your neighbor. Government aid, and Americans are lo his care. Office In Repuhlioan The young men after watching the hounds tearing a white object to made a speech. We were glad to have Some preachers need to study more driven out ol the business. That has building. pieces, and one. into whose mind a him present 9s we welcome all Popu-list- s closely the spirit that possessed the been our ezpetience during tbe last horse and its horrible looking rider Econoto our conventions. for a moment turned and went back ray of the truth had crept, said: "Let Mr. Wors-le- Public when he was onjy able to pray half of the present century. mist. ARMISTEAD JONES, invited us to go with him to the "Lord, have mercy upon me, a sininto the office, not without some mis. us go out and help the dogs to kill Ohio county convention and then go ner "Winchester Democrat l'rncdce W litu Yon I'renelt givings as to the result cf such a thedavil." Nothing quite so piques aud dis Gen. Houston, when told the true from there to the State convention harem scarem piece of deviltry. They Aornts: $25 to $50 per week gusts an editor as to see his articles HARTFORD, KY.. We were not easv. hid hardly seated themselves In the story, threatened to have these direct from Hartford. You work right around home. copied into the editorial columns of Will practice in all tbe Courts of Ohio doctor's comfortable office before the worthies exiled or shot. Mr. Wilson there to break up the fusion arrange- A brtnd new thing. exchange and credited to "Ex." and adjoining counties. Special atWrite to us an fire when the report of a pistol reached who is ytt living, soys that he had to ments with the Democrats. or perhaps ruu as original. Eddyvllle tention given to collections. As wc quick! You will Office be surprised at how Tale and Grayson Gazette we with County Attorney. their ears, followed by a most un- hide out ftom Parmer Homes for a stated before, did not expect to say a easy It can be done. Send us your are looking at ye! Hartford Herald. convenearthly yell. They did not leatn un- long time, and that he never did for- word regarding the addreas anyway. It will be to your And in the same issue of the Harts Gold Crowns f 5 to $7 til the next day just what had hap give him until they had met on the tiou, as it would not stand if tbe deal interest to investigate, Write ford Herald that contained the above Porcelain Crowns battle field of San Jacinto In the fol- was made known and the Democratic Address, 3 to 5 pened. "People's" 3941 Market trse editorial, there was on the first Best set of tee tli (no better made lowing April. is said that Santa fraud expose. But as the Democratic It An old painter by the name of St., Philadelphia. no mutter bow much you pay) . $8 side of the paper an editorial from the Anna never laughed but once while Herald and the Messenger have taken Gold fillings $1 up Homes was riding slowly along on Banner copied verbatim and literatim Semi-weekl- y Globe-Democrat Young- Hen Bend Thla. his way from town to his home when he was a prisoner In the Texas camp the liberty to use our name to create Sliver filling 75c even a typographical error and A dispatch from Louisville says: Extracting, pet tooth 35c he suddenly found himself, as he and that was over this story as told prejudice between us and the People's Painless extracting with Vitalized to him by an American officer. "I patty, we will expose the deal. Our One night several years ago a news not credited to anything not even to said, faceto face with agenulneghost. Air 50c He did not lose any time in asking think," said he, "that 1 should have Information was given us by Demos boy loond $350 on the street of this so much as "Ex," if you please. Extracting free when Artificial Princeton Banner. city. He waited until morning, lookx And if our hi Teeth arc ordered , Office permanent- questions. It was light enough for run away as the old farmer did, for crats themselves. is correct, the People's party ed up the lose coliim iu the newspahideous thing pretty we are all very much afraid of the him to see the ly located woriUK. I want every mm and woman In tbe United of Ohio county has been swallowed pers nnd found the owner, a promt plainly. He was a game man, but he devil." GlobeDemocrat. States Interetted in the Opium ami Wbl.ky Wanted-- An Idea Libit, to bare one ot nr books on these disTbe boy soul and body, boots and breeches, by neni and wealthy lawyer. alterwards said that he was scared out Protect Tour ld&aj tbr mar hring yvxx Health Address U. M. Woollej, Atlanta, Cx, eases. . Writ JOHN WElutatUUHNlk CO., IteD. Remembr we do the very best Job the Democrats. Talk about harmoni- was offered a reward of $50 or a borne The old white horse itox 383, and ona will ba sent jou tree. WMhltigtuu J). V tor tbelr V.&V prirt offer of his senses. IhycdUqu wauud n4 (lit of two !tmdrei was ttotting slowly along, and there piiuting at the lowest living prices ous meeting a tuore "cut aud dried" foi ltle, He accepted the latter, The m r.otilavlllr,llriiilrroii V HI i.onU IluiT. wi sat the grim monster bold upright in convention has never been seen by us former news boy is uow a leading iu KimnJiinei. Mj No. 41. No, 43 and wc lidve been active in crnven-tio- ns lawverofSt. Louis and just after HOW TO FIND OUT. the saddle. He could see its grinning West bourd dally daily Easter will be married to one of the teeth, hear its bones rattle and he imfor several years. It passed off h Louisville . . . 7 55 u m 6 30 p m Lithonia, Ga., I. Brandenburg . , 9 21 agined that its eyes were two bolts of Mr. E. D. Jenkins, of Pill a bottle or common water glass just assmoothly as a bricklayer would wealthiest and prettiest society girls 7 55 says that bis daughter, Ida, inherited a I. Irvington . . 9 49 In tito Mound City 8 20 fire. He thouted something, but it wilh urine and let it stand twenty-fou- r lay one brick over another, severe case of Eczema, which the usual LStephenport . . 10 28 858 lrenf rmnlnrr ntirl aitttfhr1 In tu rlrrfit hours; a sendlment of settling indl A gentleman was nominated in the mercury and pouuu remedies failed to h Cloverport . . 10 47 918 IlevrmiB nnd Tnrlll relieve. Year by year she was treated I ,,,. , at him, He did manage to draw his ' . ....v.. ....... .......... ..U..U ,f ,I People's party convention for AssesHawesville . . 11 12 944 Ik Ol and by itself it is a cheering tact with various medlcinei, external appli"VJ o. pistol with a shakt'ig hand and fire. Positive evidence ol kidney trouble. sor; alter being nominated he stepped lyOwenfboro . that in the thirty days Immediately cations and internal remedies, without Ar Henderson . .!2i5pmio48 . ( 15 11 55 Tbe flfsh and report frightened the Too frequent desire t' urinate or pain forward and said: result. Her sufferings were intense, succeeding the Inauguration ol Presi- and her condition grew steadily worse. No 42 No. 44. old white hors, and he sprang for in the back, is nlio convincing proof blood remedies did not Bast bound Mr. Chairman and gentlemen of dent McKinley the usual monthly All the dally dally ward in a gallop, and then the old that the Kidneys and bladder ore oat seem to reacn t ue L Henuerson of order. the convention: I thank my friends deficit has been converted to a surat all until 8. I4 Owenfboro .. . . .7 820 am 255pm bones rattled as if the devil hi.usell . WHAT TO DO. 3 55 25 S.S. was given, when The revenue of the governfor putting me in nomination, and I plus L Hawesville were shaking them. The farmer's There is comfort in the knowledge 9 25 4 53 an improvement would be pleased to have the office if ment was less than its expenses by was at once noticed. h Cloverport 9 50 horse needed no urging. As much 60 often expressed, that Or Kilmer's 5 17 my name will not have to appear un $4,395,050 during the lat month of was LStephenport . . ro ir The medicine 5 35 frightened as his masttr, he wheeled Swamp Root, thegraat kidney remedy contlnuecd with fav- L Irvington 6 16 to 51 fulfills evgry wish in relieving pain der the Democratic device," and he- -j Mr. Cleveland's administration; the In his tracks and tinted back to town in orable remits, aud L Brandenburg .1118 ' the hack, kidneys liver, bladder asked the queatlun, if such was the exctss of revenue over pvnrntlltnre 639 now she is cured Ar Louisville ' and with the speed of the wind 12 45 p m 8 00 every part of the urinary pas- case sound and well, ber But the "cutand dried" chaps has ben $9,004,664 duting the first wrtSs A Mr. Homes looked back and mw sages. It corrects inability to hold shut him off without skin is perfectly TIME TAIII.r. I. V. It. li77lHAY:il-lireply by putting moi h of President McKInley's adbcalding pain In passing ii, mine clear and pure and the white horse close behind him, and or badand KY. min itration. In nomination. t fl4Cts,toliowing use of liquor, Demootheis The she has been saved OOINO HAST. it looked fts If the terrible monster wine nr bear, and overcomes that un crats said that the deal was complete from what threat The cause ol this change from defiLocal Freight No. 292 a 6 00 a. in. was reaching out its long bony fing- plessaut necetwliy of being compelled and ened to blight her life forever. it was settled Uiat the People's ciency to sui plus is plain. It being No. 222 a I 02 p. m. S.8.3. (jguanxntttd purely vegtlabU) Mail ers, eager to clutch him and tear him to get up many tunes during the party should vote the Democratic certei.i that a protective tariff will be cures Eczema, Scrofula, Cancer, Rheu- Fast Mall No. 202 a 7,25 p. m. night to urinate Tbe mild and the to pieces. Ills own horse happened any other blood trouble. matism, or OOIKQ WBST. i. importers have rushed extraordinary eflect of Swamp Root Is ticket, and the Populist leaders in or- etincle It U aealblocd remedy and always Past Mall to be n good one, and nnder the doub- soon realized It stands the highest der to paclly their people said there goods into the Uulted States, cures even after all else falls. No. 201 a 7 17 a. m. le stimulant of fright aud bis master's for its wonderful cures of the most was to Mail No. 221 a is 35 p m. be a fusion device, but that whlid the low rates of the Wilson bill Local Freight No. 291 a 3 25 p. m. spurs he managed to keep in tbe distressing cases. If you need a was to be arranged next May. Does still are in force. An unfavorable 1 ad, H. MltnniCK, Agt. As soon as the farmer reached medicine you should have the best 18 JU8TA8COOD FOR ADULTS. Sold by druggists price fifty cents and it not look strange that two parties side ol the position Is that our Im- Take a blood rtrntdy for a blood disease; WARRANTED. PRICE 00 cts. town he began to lite xthe remaining one dollar Kor a sample bottle and should meet in convention and divide ports are exceeding our exports, ft. a tonic won't cure and shout pamphlet, both sent free by mall, a inTii, iuj., hot. It. iwa. shots from bis pepper-boBut this condition Is not normal, and nominate officers and adjourn Our books rarMMedlelnCo,,rii Umls.iJo. mention TiirHarthoud Rbtuhmcan without an understanding as to what and ought to be made brief. The on blood and no bottles of for help. (KntLmcoi We sold lul jew, Courier-Journ- al TA811SL1B CHILI. TON10 and hate OllOVK-and send your full address device tbo ticket was to be run kin dlieaies i? bouirbt larae aruM already tola year. In all our ei. It was early sud the stores weic to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ulughamtou, N. senate n ill be to blame if it be pro- mailed free to peri.nce of It leers, In tba drug ba.inau. hitvo We alwitys understood that the e .uco unlraraal satis open. People rushed out on the Y. The proprietors of this paper aold an arti.le thai still barer sddresi. Youra truly. convention should settle that matter, longed' For If that body enter Into any taction aa jour Tuulo. and when they saw a man guarantee the genuineness of this of and if a tusion device was to be agreed pr ' tcted dbate upon or irrational Swift Specific Aiixir.atna&co. Co., Atlanta, For "ill- by Williams & Dell. tiding at the top of tils horse's speed fer. upon the ronventloii was the only le- - tinkering of the Dlngley bill the flow G. MOTHER'S FRIEND DEATH THE FUSION. JSoaA ts that Rode on a Pale Horse, Carrying Terror to The Owensboro Farmers Journal, iPopulist, e Mischievous of &MJMMmim eiaeeeyey' experienced. punnr jr aw f puKf-squar- B ns KiiorneysaiLaw Attorney at Law SI, 000 tttr 'S Attorney at Law, Fat-cn- ' BiRrbjrririrrtrri LAW ' ;C.A,SKOW&CO. es. HISTII HOTEL Attorney aijCaw, a. Louisville, Ky. , Attorney al Law 7en-tio- ... ,. tlie-roa- U Attorney ei aw y Attorney at Law, y Attorney at aw OWENSBORO, KY. 4W.M.t. Pop-De- y. The and Republican the St. Louis - for $1.75. one year $& AUor-Btn- Eczema E All Her Life. '' ,, aii-ea- te I ... ... ... TASTELESS TDNIC S n I ill TW for-eig- A Real Blood Remedy. post-offi- ce un-de- side-walk- sss Tho Republican and the lor ono year lor $1,50. V UlUAv. "WmpiimjWpaipi ' '.jrwfcj.Js j"tfa. $ a FT Ai MANY THIN when tlie Creator said to woman, "In sorrow slialt thou bring forth children," that a curie was pronounced against the human race, but the joy felt by every Mother when she first presses to her heart Her babe, proves the contrar Danger and suffering the pathway of the Lxpcctant Mother, and should be avoided, that she mav reach the hour when the hope of her heart is to be realized, in full vigor and strength. THE VOL. IX. HaeteokI) Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN Of THE PARTV IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL .a .h a... efc,a i.ia,sa.e "Nothing else like i(:" The most rcfreshine and pleasant Soap ior the skin. JiSIRlCI. LnttSU 1 atDICATtP ' HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAT, APRIL 23, 1807. and some terrible grinning white object on a white horse rldlug after him, they did not know what to make ol It. A negro shouted "Ghostl" nnd then one man fired a shot at the thing. That was the signal for a general uptonr, and a scene of exalte ment and consternation such as Gen, Houston said "was never equalled outside of the infernal regions." Mr. Homes would have stopped in front of the hotel, but his frightened horse entertained different ideas on the sub. ject, and ran on around the plazi. It never occured to a single individual that the thing they saw was a human NO. 39. ol Imports will ontlnne, and probab-l- y Inorease Temporarily the revenue will be augmented by the duties piid on this unnatural volume of foreign purchases, but the ivil eflecU will be twofold; first, when the new tariff goes Into effect the market IU be so glutted by foreign-madgoods that onr own mills and f ictorie-- will not be able to resume until they are disposed cf; stcond, the volume of imports win inn on in tue same proportion by which it now is rising e i MEM JSOA0; ifaSofiurnctmc tin txt IOUCTvNiuayQ Bath I MOTHER'S FRIEND so relaxes the system and ts DEATH Rode on a Pale Horse, v Carrying Terror to All. THE FUSION. The Owensb.oro Farmers Journal, Populist, fi'omo-Popu-list that essary change Nature, the nec- WMMIsmtfm trying hour is and suffering, as so many happy mothers have experienced. Nothing but "Mothers Friend" docs this. Don't be deceived or persuaded to use anything else. "Mother's Friend" is the createst remodrerer on the market, and all our raitomers nnlu It lhlr."-- W. II. KlltQ A Co., WMtswrlgnt, Tox. cer, and the Intorostlng Story of tho Ghost robbed of its pain That Almost Capturod tho Ropubllo ofTox- ns. without Nausea, Headache, Nervous or tr Gloomy of dan Fore-bodin- takes place Gives Somo Explanation garding tho Fusion. Says tho populists Domocrats. w. Re- Mischievous Work of Boys. Havo Boon Swallowed by tho H One night In January, In the year 1836, two or three young men, while at a (arm house not far from Old Of ttrtiRKlittll.(K),oriiMitojrnn onrccelpt of jrlc Writs for book containing rahia. Washington, Tex , manufactureit'and ble Information for all Mothers, mailed tree. turned loose upon the unsuspecting Te UrtdfuM Etnlitor Co.. Atlsate, Oa. citizens of the town a ghost that Wanted-- An Iriea sasujaai caused one negro the loss or a leg, tblDftonat.Dir Protect Tour Mmuj thy may imog you weana. and caused the President of the Rer.. Wni jOiin " &&uuw. W., I'M Altar. n.ja, Wa.kl.jtou, I. o for th.lr (i.M) prise otto public to order out the army, creating end lUt of tno bundred InTcntlona wanted. the greatest consternation a ghost ever caused on eatlh. These young OOO REWARD! The abate reward will be paid for proof of men, one of whom is yet living, wee the eslMence of a better LIR1MERT nan spending the night with an old docCARtttRa Oil, or a better Wrrm Kenedy than MIRCKAai'l WOBM TltltT. tor by the name of Ryan, who resided 8ekl ererrwlicre. on his plantation about two miles Merchant's Gargling OB Co. lMkport,N.V.,U.aA. from the capital. They hd been hunting during the day, and alter supper, while smolcing In the doctor's office, which was a small, Isolated building located in a corner of the front yard, they noticed a skeleton in an open closet It was the skeleton UHaHSalBBBUBaSalHaalBaaeKMaaHlaalaaakxaaBiBiaaal SCanata, and of a very large man and perfectly arobtained and all Pat- JtOIOUllHUCMIJaCtMlor MOOHATC fltt. ticulated. The night was a little oust orricfiaorroerrt. U.S. paTiirromci ccld, and one of them remarked as he remote from Waihmg too. acoa idmci, urawma or pnoto, mm aeatnp.' two. Hi adme. If Dateatao.. or not. (rea alt lit his cigar and seated himself before charge. Oor fea not due Ml parrot il enured, i the file: A rawPMltT, "How to Obtain ratenti," vkht teat it uai. in the U. S. and foreign ceaauicj "Now, il we had n jug of Bourbon, ItTCb AflWTH, we would be fixed." "Well, suppose we send after a b Orr. CATtrtT OrriCf. Wishihoton. D. c. 6w said another." ". .r. n To the objection that they had no one to send, George Wilson remarked: "Send the stiff." nodding his head toward the skeleton. "Just the thing," replied the first speaker." My old white horse knows F.O. AUSTIN, M'g'r., 531 West Markot Stroot Be the road to town, and, if started, he would go straight to Jack Campbell's twnon 5th aud 6th, saloon nnd stop." j-They all laughed as the picture of the ghost on the white horse came inthemselves In a to thelrminds.tndoneoflthem Insisted dozen battles with Mexicans and Inf R. L. BAKKR that the idea was too good to pass dians, ran inside and Gred at the Clerks: i and thing through the windows. without being carried out. Not a I T. O. BAKER. "Go and get the horse," he raid, man was game enough to face his Satanic Majesty and ask him what he "and I will write the note." These men were not afraid The dare devil, never thinking of wanted. the consequences, wrote a short note on the battle field or the field or honto bis lriend and placed it in an enve- or, but the devil on his pale horse lope. The letter was seated and ad possessed horrors that crushed all n foitltude. The string with which dressed to Mr. Campbell ami then the bones had been tied to the saddle tied to the skeleton's bony fingers They then securely fastened the skel- had doubtless become weakened by the great strain to which they had been eton to the well cinched Spanish saddle. The old horse did not much like subjected, and when three or four the looks of the rider, and when be monster blood hounds seized the wvai!cjifjj!ja!''Bat"-vv..-- . w.is turned loose he started toward the skeleton they easily tore it loose and e town of Washington 'in a gallop. it fell with a clatter upon the sideLouisville Dental Co., The whole pack fell upon it, Washington was at that time the walk. capital of the Republic ol Texas aud snarling nnd yelping, and dragging a great crowd had assembled in town it about in the street. Some of the to witness Congressional debates and bolder ones peeped from the saloon discuss the latest nevs from Mexico. nnd saw the saddle empty and the The young men after watching the hounds tearing a white obj6ct to horse and its horrible-lookinrider pieces, and one, into whose mind a for n moment turned and went back ray of the truth had crept, said: "Let us go out and help the dogs to kilt into the office, not without some misgivings as to the result cf such a thedtvil." Gen. Houston, when told the true harem scarcm piece of deviltry. They to have these hid hardly seated themselves In the story, threatened doctor's comfortable office before the worthies exiled or shot. Mr. Wilson fire when the report of a pistol reached who is yet living, says that he had to their ears, followed by a most un hide out fiom Parmer Homes for a earthly yell. They did not leatn un long time, and that he never did forgive him until they had met on the Gold Crowns $5 to $7 til the next day just what had hap Porcelain Crowns battle field of San Jacinto In the fol3 to 5 pened. Best set of teeth-(nbetter made It is said that Santa An old painter by the name of lowing April. bow much you pay) . $8 no mutter Homes was riding slowly along on Anna never laughed but ouce while Gold fillings $1 up Stiver filling 75c his way from town to his home when be was a prisoner in the Texas camp Extracting, pet tooth 25c he suddenly found himself, as he and that was over this story as told Painless extracting with Vitalized said, faceto face with agenuineghost. to him by an American officer. "I Air 50c 1 Extracting tree when Artificial He did not lose any time in asking think," said be, "that should have Teeth are ordered. Office permanent- questions. It was light enough for run away as the old farmer did, for him to see the hideous thing pretty we are all very much afraid of the ly located GlobesDemocrat. plainly. He was a game man, but he devil." Wanted-- An Idea alterwards said that he was scared out Protect your IdfMj tber may tiring you ireiu. Writ JOHN IVEUDEltOURN A CO., latent Remember we do the very best Job Wwhlngtou, 1). tblr 4t.au piiro offer of his senses. The old white horse ftn4 lUt of two tnmdr4 inTentloua vrauud. was ttotting slowly along, and there ptluting at the lowest living prices sat the grim monster bold upright in HOW TO FINO OUT. the saddle. He could see its grinuing teeth, hear Its bones rattle and he imagined that its eyes were two bolts of Pill a bottle or common water glass fire. He thouted something, but it with urine nnd let it stand twenty-fou- r kept coming and seemed to be right hours; a seudiiuent of settling indiat him, He did manage to draw his cates a diseased condition of the kidneys. When urine stains linen It is pistol with a shaking hand and fire. positive evidence ol kidney trouble. The flrsh and report frightened the Too frequent desire t urinate or pain old white hors and he sprang for- in the back, is nlao convincing proof ward in n gallop, and then the old that the Kidneys and bladder ore out of ider. bones rattled as if the devil biusell WHAT TO DO. were shaking them. The farmer's There is comfort in the knowledge expreesed, that Dr Kilmer's horse needed no urging. As much so olteu frightened as his master, he wheeled Swnuip Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every 'wish In relieving pain back to town in in his tracks and the hack, kidneys liver, bladder with the speed of the wind. and every rwrt of the uiinary pas-WBrAamBwt'ifc sages. It corrects inability to hold Mr. Homes looked back and urine the white horse close behind him, and or badand scalding pain in passing it, ffTjcis, following use of liquor, it looked as if the terrible monster wine or bmr, and overcomes that was reaching out its long bony finguecesuiiy of being compelled ers, eager to clutch hitu and tear him to get up many Mints during the to pieces. His own horse happened night to urinate The m'ld and the extraordinary effect of Swamp Root is to be n good one, and under the doub- soon realized It stands'the higher. t le stimulant of Iright and his master's for Its wonderful cures of the most spurs he managed to keep In the distressing cases. If you need a 1 ad. As soon as the farmer reached medicine you should have the best by druggists piice fifty cents and ISJUSTA8 000D FOR ADULTS, town he began to fite the remaining Sold dollar I'or a sample bottle nnd one WARRANTED. PRICE GO ota. from his pepper-bo- x and shout pamphlet, both sent free by mall, shots OiMTia, Itxa., Hot. 18, 1S6J. ParllMsdleloaCo., Bl UjuU.Uo. mention TnRliAtiTi'oni Kbi'udmcan Wo aoM lut rear. ftM botUee of for help. (leutlamoni OUOVhnTT.AB-riII.BBClIIU. TONIO and hire send your lull address Ujubt ttjr.e iroae alreadf thla rear. In all our ea It was early and the stores wcie andDr. Kilmer &Co.,Ulughamton, to N. perienco of U veare. In tho drop bn.hie&i. hnro Barer aoM an arflelo tbal lata tucb uniienal eatla still open. People rushed out on the Y. The proprietors of this pjper Vuuritmlr, lacUoa aa jru 'IXiulo. and when they saw a man guarantee the genuineness oi this of Auitr.CJinn ACO. tiding nt the top of his horse's speed ler. For nlc by Williams & Bell. ns SI, m Trade-Mar- k c.A.srcow&co. ... -- '5HG w'WV AUSTIN HOTEL Louisville, Ky. Ills' IT? The Democrats wy we ropuitsts skeleton. Congress was In session at the agreed to vote under the Democratic The Poputime, aud the members rushed into device in Ohio couqty. the street supposing that nothing less lists say they are to have a fusion dethan the vanguard of Santa Anna's vice. Which side "Is telling the truth? army had surprised .the capital. In Has the Populist party been turned those unhappy times every one car ovr to the DempcraU, and the Popuried arms, nnd, as Parmer Homes lists ignorant of theActlU Does the came around the second time, with Pedple's party of Ohjo county know his white hair streaming in the wind just "where they are at?" CHANGS NAMII OP FIRM. and death or the devil on his white Chairman Miller, ol Ohio county, horse In hot pursuit, the Texans opened fire. Pistols,, musters and said that fusion was like a man who shot-guwere emptied into the pack had a farm and could not cultivate it of bones and they could be beared himself, so he took in a partner and rattling and cracking above the sten- divided up the spoils. Now if Jones torian yells of the flying farmer. had a farm he could run it in the Strangely enough, not one shot of the name of Jones, but If he should take first volly struck the white horse. In a partner by the name ol Smith, Hounds, of which there were forty the correct style ol the firm would be packs In the town, joined in the pur- Jones & Smith, nnd not Jones, as it suit, while the engineers of the two was before Smith was taken into the steam-boa- ts lying at the wharf turned partnership. Otherwise Smith (the all the steam In the boat's boilers'in-t- o Populist) would not be In the deal. Do you catch on, Dud Is the point their whistles "What In the devills it? ' said Gen. visible to the naked optic? Houston to the Secretary of War. DESTOY ORGANIZATION. "Order out the rifles and capture the TheDemocrats nre fearful that 11 thing. They are not afraid of the dev- they give up their device it will deil himself." stroy the Democratic organization. Women nnd children were screamNow If it would destroy the Democrating and the uegroes were praying. ic organization to vote a luslon or At a corner of the street the farmer's citizens' ticket, what would it do to hore collided with an old negro and the People's pitty organization to fell, throwing Mr. Homes sprawling clear the fence and vote the Detuo- in the sind. The negro cawled ' cratlc ticset? Why, the People'spar-awa- y with n broken leg, and Mr. tp would be compelled to submit to Homes shouted: "He has got me ' the Jonah act be swallowed up and now, oy tuuncieif made to disappear from the face of ine oiu wnue uorse Having nothing the earth. to follow, trotted around to Mr. didn't participatb. Campbell's saloon, where he stopped The People's party convention ol and interested himself in kicking at Ohio county was a mass convention, the bourn's. The crowd, Including and the Democratic convention was a several Congressmen and men who delegated convention, yet the Demohad distinguished ( I gal body to make that ntiangemcnt No Individual piiv.ite cfinmittee can change a People'B party device u aloes the county convention insttucts the committee to do so. I (n the People's party convention of Ohio county instructed its committee to deliver the party over to the Democrats? Or has the Ptople's party convention, which means the voters, had anything to say regarding the matter? The People's party committee can receive propositions, but all such prop, osltfons must be referred to the peo ple in convention for adoption or rejection; otherwise, the agreement Is not binding upon the People's party. The voters themselves are the rulers. Farmers Journal. it rPniCE,259t It lasts twice as long; as others. A trial wilt conrlnce you of ita great merit. Will eleaaa the moat fmtldlous. Mir. ol CHARLES F.MILLER, trJ W fKUntll JMILLIill TOILCT SOAPS AND PEKFUMEB.Y, --- W E8TAnLI3HltD, a Lancaster, Perm. lien 169. The responsibility of the senate is great. A soeedy settlement ot the tarlfl issue not only is desired but demanded by the people. The increase of Imports during the past month Is not to be contemplated with satisfaction as a prolongad condition. Inter Ocean. PROFESSIONAL CARD. Tames ufiw. Smith, PTBIIY JT AW Miny lives have been saved by the timely use ol 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 Griftiu & Pro. Don't I.lko Hie I'n.lon. Ruisellvllle, April n. The silver Democrats and Populist, of Logan county, fused and nominated a ticket but as yet the Democratic committee has failed to issue certificates to the successful candidates. Theie is a big kick about the action ol the committee. . There is talk of n contest in the Judge and Jailer races, and II there is, the ticket will in all probability be defeated in November. A large number of Democrats did not want to fuse at al with the Populists, but It was stuffed down their throats by the committee, which 13 trying to run the politics of this county. y Hraolnllonaol lleaiier! IlieJIeuiort-olj- . IToIlln Hhnllx. JIAltTFOltn, KY. Will practice his profession iu Ohio nnd adjoining counties, and court of Anneals. Special attention given collections. Oflico east side ol'puKf-square- . f Dr. Bell's cures coughs and colds. It sooths the air passages. It heals the bronchial tubes It strengthens weak lungs. ents. Done by order of the Saultztown It builds up the tissues. It enables the blood to receive its proper supply Sunday School, this April n, 1897. of oxygen. For sale by Z. Wayne J. HamBarnes, Supt. Wiikrras, In the Providence ofour Heavenly Father, our nelghbor.friend and associate, J. Rollln Shullz, has been taken from our midst by the grim monster death, and Whereas, We who have known .him lrom childhood nnd have watch ed his career from youth to manhood and have learned to love him so much on account of the many noble qualities he possessed of mind nnd hcait, be it resolved 1st, That our Sunday School extend to his bereaved parents, sisters, brothers, kindred and friends our heart-fel- t sympathy. That In J. Rollln Shultz we have lost a faithful student in the Sunday School; a kind patient and obliging neighbor; a con servative, .upright and noble citizen, and that his death is a sad beteave- ment to the entire community. 2nd. That a copy ot these resolu tious be sent to the press for publica tion; also a copy to his bereaved par- M. L. HEAVniN. SHELBY TAYLOR. attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIH & TAVLOR, Attorney at Law Beaver Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law, Will practico his profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. j ' R. R. WEDDING Hartford, Ky. Will practico his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a business entrusted to his caro. Col lections a specialty. Oflico over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. ATTORNEY AT LAW HlRTfonn irir O. :M: BjA.Ta-KrTr.rpr- n hu-ma- .' OWENSBORO, KY. 4W.H.it. ror gS3 Attor-Dr- Women Niiperltitciidenla, There are ten women County School Superintendents In Kentucky Miss KateBdgar, Bourbon; Miss Pappie Little, Preathitt;iMlss Kate McDaniel, Christian; Miss MIna Wheeler. Crlts tenden; Miss Lucy P. rattle, Franklin; Miss Kate Blaln. Lincoln; Mrs. cratic convention was three to one A. T. Million, Madison; Mrs. M. E. larger than the Populist, which shows Hardin, Owsley; Mrs. Lucy V. West, plainly that the Populists refused to Spencer, and Mrs. M. F. Denny, n take part In a con Waj ne. to vote the Democratic ticket. mi Whenever a druggist tells you he Describing the Democratic-Populis- t fusion convention at Hartford last has something just as good for coug'as. colds, grip, etc., as Dr. Monday the Hartiord Herald says: he is think"Mr Sam James, ("Candy Sam") at Bell.s u niuuiie or ropultst, from Da- ing of his proffts and not of your welviess county, was on our streets, but fare. We make the genuine nnd made no outbreak. It was generally all druggists to guarantee It supposed that he had been employed to be the best on earth. The E. E to come here by the Republicans to Sutherland Medicine Co., Paducah, break up the fusion arrangements, hut the great enthusiasm and evident Ky. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin uuanimousness of the situation prob-nbl- & Bro. took the gentleman by surprise The Ilnjr 1Ih 1'atuil nnd he did .not ofler any advice." The day for pieachers to get up in Messenger.! We did not expect to say one word the pulpit nnd abuse other denominations, is just about passed. You can regarding the Ohio county conven tion. Mr. Worsley, of the Fordsville not build up by trying to tear down Express, attended our convention and the reputation ol your neighbor. made a speech. We were glad to have Some preachers need to study moie him present as we welcome all Popu- closely the spirit that possessed the lists to our conventions. Mr. Wors- Public when he was only able to pray ley Invited us to go with him to the "Lord, have mercy upon me, a sinWinchester Democrat Ohio county Convention and then go ner." from there to the State convention Agrnts: $25 to $53 per week direct from Hartford. We were not easv. You work right around home. there to break up the fusion arrange-ment- s A brand new thing. Write to us with the Democrats. As we quick! You will be surprised at how stated before, did not expect to say a easy it can be done. Send us your word regnrdingthe convenaddress' anyway. It will be to your tion, as it would not stand If the deal Interest to Investigate, Write was made known and the Democratic Address, "People's" 3941 Market fraud expose. Dut as the Democratic St., Philadelphia. Herald and the Messenger have taken the liberty to use our name to create Yoiiua; Men Uend Thla. A dispatch from Louisville says: prejudice between us and the People's paity, we wjll expose the deal. Our One night several years ago a news information was given us by Demos boy loond $350 on the street of this crats themselves. And If our Infor- city. He waited until morning, look-- , mation is correct, the People's party ed up the lost coltim in the newspa-- . of Ohio county has been swallowed perb nnd found the owner, a promt The boy soul and body, boots and breeches, by neui und wealthy lawyer. the Democrats. Talk about harmonl-ou- s was offered a reward of $50 or a home meeting a more "cut and dried" foi Itle, He accepted the latter. The convention has never been seen by us former news boy is now a leading lawerofSt. Louis nnd just after and we have been active in conventions for several years. It passed off Easier will be married to one of the just assmoothly as abricklayer would weaUhiest and prettiest society girls in tno Mound City. lay one brick over another, 7en-tiotne-roay Pop-Dey. II. J B. P. Austin, Taylor, Com. Experience. Attorney at HARTFORD, E3. 3F. axraaa (Connty Attorney) KY. y eLW, The Lnst Unit Century's Will practico and adjoining tention given Government aid, and Americans are lo his care. driven out of the business. That has building. been our ezpeiience during the last half of the present century. Econo- For half a century this country has attempted, by fits and starts, to protect its ships In the foreign trade by the English system of subsidies What has been the result? Whenever we seriously begin that system England doubles the subsidies paid to her ships competing with ours. If that is not sufficient to enable them to beat us, then she increases their subsidies still more. In a little while, it has been found, the American people get tired of this kind of warfare, they look more and mote fixedly at the outgoing money from the national Treasury, forgetful of the benefits the nation derives from owning its own ships, keeping their earnings In our own country and giving employment to our own people in all parts of the country. The next thing Is the rev peal of ths subsidy; then we seethe ships that have depended upon the subsidy laid up, their owners ruined; building stops; foreign shipowners come in and gobble up the freight, fortified and intrenched by their own Will practico his profession in tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn ties. Special attention given to col lections. Office in Courthouse. Attorney atKyT Lavs HARTFORD, SPECIAL attention making R- - JNO. B. WILSON, given to col abstracts, &c, also Notary Public for Ohio County. Office North sido of public square. Attorney at Iaw Hartford, Ky. Will practico his profession in all tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Oflico with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Slreet. E. LEE SIMMERMA1M, Attorney at Law, HlIRTFORD, KY., J.B. VICKERU, his prolession in Ohio counties. Special atto all business entrusted Office in REPUnueAN mist. I'rncliee Wlint Yon I'rencb Nothing quite so piques nnd dis HARTFORD, KY.. gusts an editor as to see his atticleo copied into the edltotial columns of Will practico in all tho Courts of Ohio an exchange and credited to "Ex." and adjoiuing counties. Special ator perhaps run as otlginal. Eddyville tention given to collections. Office and Grayson Gazette we with County Attorney. lale nre looking at yel Hartlotd Herald. And in the same Issue of the Harts ford Herald that contained the above tose editorial, there was on the first St. side of the paper an editorial from the Banner copied verbatim and literatim Semi-weekl- y Globe-Democreven a typographical error and one not credited to anything not even to Attorney at Jaw ARMISTEAD JONES, and Tho Eepublican the Louis at so much as "Ex," If you please. Princeton Banner for $1.75. year Eczema All Her Life. Mr. E. D. Jenkins, of Litbonla, Ga., says that his daughter, Ida, inherited a severe case of Eciema, which the usual mercury and potash remedies failed to relieve. Year by year she was treated with various medlcinei, external applications and internal remedies, without result. Her sufferings were Intense, and her condition grew steadily worse. blood remedies did not All the seem ic reacn me ate. ease at all until S. S.S. was given, when n improvement was at once noticed. The medicine was contlnuecd with favorable results, and now she is cured sound and well, her skin is perfectly clear and pure ana she has been saved from what threat ened to blight her life forever. S.S.S. (guarantetd purely vegetable) cures Ecxema, Scrofula, Cancer, Rheumatism, or any other blood trouble. It is a real blocd remedy and always cures even after all else fills. I waki every man n4 woman In the TTnltitd Etatta Interested in tno Opium and WbLij bablti to bare one of my books on tbeae .i AUdrm U. M. Woolley. Atlanta, Oa., i'.o 963, and one trill bo sent too free. wo nun. TASTELESS m Lai M I LaaLi TDNIC post-offi- A gentleman was nominated In the Ileirmia mill Tnrlll People's party convention for AssesOl and by itsell it is a cheering tact sor; alter being nominated he stepped that in the thirty days immediately forward and said: succeeding the inauguration of Pieti-deMcKlnley the usual monthly Mr. Chairman and gentlemen of the convention: I thank my friends deficit has beeu conveitcd to a surfor putting me in nomination, and I plus The revenue of the governwould be pleased to Jiave the office If ment was less than its expenses by .LCloverport . . . 9 50 517 my name will not have to appear un- $4,395,050 during the latt month of I, Stephenpott . .1011 53s 6 16 h Irvington 10 51 der the Dumocratjc device, " and Mr. Cleveland's admlnlsttatlou; the L Brandenburg ,1118 639 the question, 11 such was the exctM of revenue over expenditure ' Ar Louisville 12 45 P m 8 00 case. But the "cutand dried" chaps has ben 9,004,664 during the first TIME TAII1.K I. !. II. II. ll:A111K shut him off without reply by putting uioi h 01 President McKlni'y s adDA KY. min atratlon. otheis in nomination. The DemoOOINO RAST. ot this change from defi The cause crats said that the datl was complete Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 a m. and it was willed (hat the People's rlnjv In nil mill In fSlnttv Tr lulnar Mall No. 222 a 1 02 p. m. No. 202 a 7 25 p m. Past Mall patty should vote the Democratic certcirt that a protective tariff will be OOIKO WH6T, ticket, and the Populist leaders in or- etiactet', importers have rushed for- -. No. 201 a 7 17 a iu. Past Mail der to paclly their people said there elgi. goods into the Uulted Spates, ' Mail No. 221 a 12 25 p iu. was to be a fusion device, but that whli the low rates of the Wilson bill Local I'relght No. 291 a 3 25 p. ni. was to be arranged next May. Does still are In force. An unfavorable H. MiiitiucK, Agt, side ol the position is that our imit not look strange that two parties Take a blood remedy for a blood disease; should meet In convention and divide ports nre exceeding our exports, a tonic won't enre it. Iiul this condition Is not normal, and nominate officers and adtourn Our books without an understanding as to what and ousrht to be made brief. The on blood and Courier-Journ- al . . . diseases kin rl.lf. lllf. (IM IDflfl Irt I... r. . ....- - ' ne pro mailed free to w Mame. j::, address. convention should settle that matter. lonKcd" For If that body enter iuto any Specific Swift and if a luslon device was to be agreed pr ' icted dtbate upon or irrational Co., Atlanta, upon the convention was the only les tinkering of the Plngley bill the flow Oa. L Louisville . . . 7 55 u m 6 30 pm Otandenburg . . 9 12 7 55 L Irvington . . 9 49 8 to IvStcplienport . .1028 8 5S L, Cloverpoit . . 10 47 9 18 L Hawesvllle . . 11 12 944 h Owtnsboro . . 15 p mio 48 Ar Hendorson . . 115 11 55 No 42 No. 44- Rast bound daily dally I Henuerson . . . 7 20 a m 255pm . . . a 25 u uwcnHJora 3 55 I. HawesviUe 4 53 9 25 L, I.wiilvlllp,llpiiilrron AM LonUltull. wj 'o' In lllfrnr41Jmin I.No, No. 43. West bourd daily dally n ... ... TIW A Real Blood Remedy. Tho Republican w:vi-:;:;;H.AT- h::. "" ..... SSS and tho for ono year ior $1,50. V I A 4 I iimi iipMihaw i nm and Turkey hare at last now the lisina: pjwer ol Japan menOhfkcr begun lighting in earnest according to aced our influence. FRIDAY, Al'RII, jj, 1897. The disrntchts ttccntly Inforimd the prem dispatches. us that the lapanese had stnt one of Offlos on Fox Stroet. Appeared Each Season Until Blood Tub law breaker of this stale ootn their warships to Honolulu, ostens Wna Purlflod With Hood's frlilnjrnl llnrlfont, Hjr, llnue their high handed proceedings. bly to look after the interests ol some Indolent Ulcor. It iems now that the private nflairs Japanese emigrants. Our ship, Phil-- Editor. SAM A. ANDERSON "tfornsvaralyparalwai troubled with of some of our citizens, are to bo reg- adelphia, his been suddenly order d carbuncles on my led and my back. Subscription, $1.25 por yoar ulated and attended to by outlaws. there, for no particular purpose, ac- Tbay would disappearside winter and In the next iumroer. I began taking This will certainly result in serious cording to the outgivings ol the DeHntered at the at Hartford as second class mall matter. trouble, and it is only n matter of time pigment of State, except to relieve Hood's BaraaparllU and have never had another one of our ships. At the any oarbnnoies since. My little eon had until an explosion will occur in Ken same time we learn from other sources a fever and an indolent ulcer appeared on his left limb and spread ball way around tucky, that will shake the old Comlarge emigration of Japanese It. Oar physician recommended a blood monwealth from tho Big Bandy to the that the to the islands recently Is peculiar; purlfler and I gave the boy Hood's Mieeieeippt River. that the student emigrants Boraaparilla with gratifying reeulU." A. O. B. Jambs, Potkvllle, Mas. The Democratic convention or the are evidently youths who have been " I have been a great aufferer from under military discipline, and that Oth Judicial District will meet at rheumatism and In October began in the baggage of many of them have taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. I continued Hardiiuburg in May. Judge T. R. been found the full uniform of Japaits use until January when I could go MoBcath and Mr. James Montgomabout as well aa any one and I havo had nese soldiers. ery are candidates lor the DemocratJapan has decided to spend about no acuto rnlna since." I. W. Mnwrar, Grand Isle, Louisiana. ic nomination for Circuit Judge, Mr. HEPUL1CAN TICKET. $150,000,000 in the next ten years in V. R, Haynes has announced him strengthening her navy. The Pacific self as nn independent candidate. is to be Eloctlon Nov. 2, 807. the great ocean ol the tuture, la sold by all druggists, rrlce tl ilx for S8. Mr. Weed S. Chclf is tho ouly Demo- as The Commercial agreed with Secare Uus only plllj to take cratic candidate for Commonwealth's County Judge, Jas. A. Park. retary Sewatd years ago. With our rlOOa S PUIS wtUlIr84mparUU. County Clerk, M. 8. Bngland. Attorney. We do not know whether great Pacific we are entitled to be a Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, The ltr.lorntlon ol rrn.prrlljr. tho Republicans will make nominagreat Pacific power, and we need the County Attorney, M. L. Hcavrin. e has always been downed tions for these offices or not. Tho Hawaiian Islands, nnd the controlling Shorifr, S. T. Stevens. district heretofore has been strongly element there needs us. The Islands in this country whenever there has Wchool Superintendent, Fon Rogers. been a lair fight between it and Pro Democratic, but there 19 a fighting arc an essential outpost of the NicaJailor, Thos. H. Black. tection. The FreoTraders know this Assessor, O. D. Royal. chance for the Republicans this year. ragua canal, which we are bound to full well, nnd for that reason they rt, Coroner, L. W. Hunt. In the event the Republicans make build, sooner or later, to complete whenever poesible, to underSurveyor, N. Moxley. nominations, they will have good ma- our coast line. It Is the true Amerihand methods to propagate their pet MAGISTRATE. can policy to nunex the Hawaiian terial to select from. theory. As soon as they were fairly Hartford Diet Christopher Allen. Islands, which are not as far from our beaten last November, they began, Cromwell Dist Jonl B. Wilson. Next year the Fourth Congresscontinental area as the Alaskan with much shrewdness and subtlety, ional district will elect another Con islands we already hold. to lay the foundations for future presAnnouncements. gressman, Hon. V. 11. Smith will, tige by pretending to believe that for xTlfty Cents. For ntprcsentallic. of course, ask an endorsement from Guaranteed tobacco habit cure makes weak Protcctionistshad predicted that prosWe are authorized to announce his constituents, in return for the val- men strong. Mood pure. 60c, tl. All Orucglits. perity like that of 1891 and 1S92 R. A. BYERS uable, services he has rendered them would follow immediately upon the As a candidate for Representative services consisting in the main of a HUH YE. election of Mr. McKinley. It was the from Ohio county, subject to the acregular and monotonous drawing of Mr. P. A. Moxley has replenished old Free-Tration of the Rtpublican party. ttick of setting up a his salary. The Republican sees his old stock of goods with a fall line man ol straw that they might knock no necessity in returning Mr. Smith, of spring goods. him down again .1 game which has Annourwements Democratic Ticket. Mr. James A. Duff has been visitproved only too successful to the believing that it would be possible for We are authorized to announce He returnin the past. Now that Congress, the Nation and even the ing in the neighborhood. ELI H. BROWN such prosperity as that of the days of Democratic party to get along with ed home Sunday. As a candidate for Circuit Judge ol Rev. J. T. Taylor filled his regular the McKinley law has not immediateThere are Republicans, the Sixth Judicial District, subject to out him. have the action 01 the Democratic party. either in Ohio or Breckinridge coun- appointment at Pleasant Grove Sat- ly resulted, the urday and Sunday. begun to say that the predictions of Wc arc authorized to announce ties, who can represent tho Fourth The select school at this place clos the Protectionists have not come true. W. T. OWEN Congressional district better than Mr. ed on the 4th and the notable feature No Protectionist claimed that great as Cir- Smith. As a candidate lor We suggest that Republic- was an entertainment given by the prosperity would immediately follow. cuit Judge of the Sixth Judicial Diss trlct, subject to the action oi the ans begin to cast about them ior an pupils which proved to be a splendid Every Protectionist knew that no energetic young man to ma&e the success. A large crowd was present Democratic party. measure of prosperity equal to that of raco next year. Thero will be no and the pupils demonstrated the i8gr and For Commonwealth's Attorney. 1892 could come while the difficulty in putting Dave Smith on thoroughness ol their training receivWe are authorized to announce Wilson-Gormlaw the shelf. ed from their teacher, L. W. Gor'sey. was still in existence. What they EDWARD E. KELLY As a candidate for Commonwealth's Miss Lelia Murphey lias gone to did claim was that the assurance of a ".ot Kxnclly Itlglit." Attorney of the Sixth Judicial Disn Olaton where she has charge of the return to the system of Protection in of people are in this Thousands trict, subject to the action oi the condition. They are not sick and millinery department of Bond & Co's the near future would put an end to Democratic party. further disaster and distress, would yet they are by no means well A store. We are authorized to announce Dr. D. II. Godsey, who has been give stability to whatever business single bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla J. EDWIN ROWE attending the medical college at had been saved from the destructive to the would do them a world of cood. It Nashville, has returned and is finishAs a candidate for nnd power of partial office oi Commonwealth's Attorney in would tone the stomach, create appethe 6th Judicial District, subject to tite, purify and enrich the blood and ing the public school term at this would restore confidence; and that the place, left by Mr. Herbert Cox last nctual restoration ol Protection would, the action of the Democratic party. give wonderful viyor and vltalllty. fall. in due time and at no distant day, Now is the time to take it, A large number of young people bring back such prosperity as we had Accorino to a resolution published Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick from this place will go to Louisville in elsewhere this morning the Populists 1891 and 1892 under the McKinley , , ... QafiirQ,, !, ,ftl fll!.,rv uu,..u- - jaWt hedache, indigestion, biliousness. nn w...-.- ur .1, t w of Bartlett's precinct do not propose iUn..ub nitmn. nveryining iney ciaimeu as me tagc ot tne excursion to visit the me. immediate result of the election of to be delivered into the Democratic All druggists. 25c. tropolis Major McKinley has come trne and I'amI, Present and Failure. party. They have principles that L. V. Godsey will begin a normal more, as every trade repoitsince Nov- Long Island, intensely Democratic cannot be controlled by two men. fm- ,Tia ' ..in foimer days, ailords striking proof crTirvl M ...Uuj , fli. u MrtMrl.1, ..... ". w- - ember has proved. And that their Bill Nye has said that the best of the difference between Republican Dent lit ot tnofe wno will attend the promises for the future will be as way to break up a "settin" hen, is to and Democratic administrations. In examination. A number of boarding surely fulfilled, the revival already pupils will be presentand avail them- felt in business is abundant evidence. jam her into a piece of stove pipe, the olden days of Republican Protecand then cement both ends up. We tion the Long Island farmers fared selves of the opportunity odered In a Economist. make this suggestion for the benefit of fairly well; real estate was steadily quiet country school. Erorvborty Says So. t improving in value; and the oyster combine ticket, The our readers who raise poultry. Cascarets Candy Cathartic, U10 most wontrade proved remunerative. But all viewing it from every standpoint, is derful medical discovery of the Dire, pleasGreece and Turkey are at it. Tho this has changed since 1893. Many a "soft snap," and could not have ant and rotreshlnc to tbo taste, act gently and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels, We'll show them cleansing tho cutlro system, dispel colds, sympathies of Americans will be with fanners have allowed their potatoes please us better. constipation headache, to rot in the ground, not being able fellows how much trouble they euro biliousness. fever, habitualami try box Greece. While war between any naand Please buy tions is to be deplored, still it will be to sell them for more than ten cents a have been to ior nothing when the i Afd C f ,A1nH. Ill OX Mt.nt. Unl.l.ml guaranteed to cure by all druggists. advantageous to America in acorn bushel. Real estate has been a drug ides of November come. FlAVIUS. Many property ownm ercial sense. It will create a greater in the market. demand for agricultural products, and ers sold their buildings immediately FROM THE PAMOUS To Care Constipation Forever. Democratic National conventhe increased demand will raiso prices. after the Take Cascarets Candv Cathartic. lOoorSSo. tion ot 1896, preferring to take If C V. C. tall to cure, druRgltts refund money. who is a chances of being able to buy again at Mn. Gua Richardson, After ilie Civil Nervlee. satisfactory prices, if free trade Bryan 1897 Prize-candidate for tho Democratic nomiRepresentative Grosvenor, of Ohio, was defeated, rather than hold any nation for Clerk of tho Court of Apwho made a vigorous attack on the peals, has teen fit to shoot oil his real estate if he was elected. civil service law in the last congress, But the Advanced Agent of Prosper Which is tho handsomest mouth regarding the Democratic cat has introduced a bill to declare the and Best Manufactured. Mr. ity is casting his shadow over Long true intent and scope of the civil serfight in the city of Louisville. Island, and he will eventually reach Richardson will find his hands full to The bill declares the civil See my Sample Books showinover there. Farmers arc more interested vice net get elected without getting mixed up service act shall not be construed to 4oonewst)les and colorings which in thelt spring work than they have be shown in Alin Louisvillo politics, which nt pros been for the past two years. Capital embrace any of the- employes in the are the same as will government printing office of bureau fred Peats' mammoth Chicago nnd cut are in extremely had odor. is investing freely in real estate for of engraving and printing, nor any New York retail stores this year. Fitnr. silver organs directly after suburban residences and for speculalabFine Parlor, Hall and Dining Room One of the most reliable real person employed as workman or tion. the election of Maj. McKinley, spoke orer, nor construed to allow the apPapers, 7c, 10c, 15c, and up Floral estate men has informed us that his eneeringly nnd sarcastically of tho repointment to office or promotion in Stripe, Chintz Dresden, Delft effects, sales in January of this year exceed turn of prosperity. Thero is not so ed his any classes of civil seivice covered by etc., and many new colerings which total sales of property in 1896. m uch of such stufT seen in the colBut the oystermen, who badly need a the act of any person who has not are not carried by dealers outside the umns of silver papers now. There nro touch ol prosperity, can hardly reap passed competitive examination or largest cities, 3c, 5c, 7c, 10c, and up. abundant signs of better times any harvest during the present sea show to be exempted from such exSee that the Clover Leaf trade mark throughout tho country. A year son, which ends next month. The amination, and all appointments since is on the samples jou older from. from this day will see such a revival Long Island oyster trade has been March 4, 1893, without competlve exof trade along tho lino of agsteadily decliningyearalteryear since amination unless such appointee special exempted shall be declared iland manufacturriculture, commerco 1893. The people have been to poor ing, that tree silver will havo bucomo to buy freely of such luxries as oys- legal and contrary to the intent and . ters. As an instance, it may be statt spirit of the act a myth, The bill proposes that all persons has Through Passenger Trains and ed that one village, which used to rewho have been employed or appointed Fast Efficient Double Daily Service Tun Koutusky Republican house from Cincinnati and Louisville to ceive an average of $r,ooo a week passed a bill to reduco tho salary of from its oyster trade, does not now in the classified service since March & f4ew 1893, without examinations shall the assistant adjutant general, a receive more than $300 a week. This 4 in connection with the B & O S. W. worthless sinecure, fiom 81,200 to $1 makes slack trade for local stores, appear before the civil service comto Louisville, reaching direct or male a year, but a Democratic Sonato causes long credits and loud grumb- mission for examination within ninety ing close connections lor principal killed the bill. Republicans went to lings, and helped to run up the mas days, and at theexaminatlonsofficlals points SOUTH & WEST work 011 tho lino of reform and jority for McKinley into big figures. shall not give them preference over other citizens who are qualified to en- on its own and connecting Hues, inKx- and save expense to the ter the service The bill will compel cluding Vicksburg .and Jackson, State, but those miserable partisans all of those now In offices over which Miss , BatonRouge nnd Nttchcz, La., llua't Tobacco Eilt and Kiuuke lour life inir. up thero will not permit it, Somo Rock nnd Hot Springs, Ark., To quit tobacco eakily and forever, bo ruae President Cleveland extended the Little Waco, Fort Worth, Dallas, Houston of those old cumm aro so narrow benetlo, full of 1Kb, nerve and vigor, take shelter of the civil service net to pass and San Antonio, Tex , and points on tbo that tween tho oyos that they can uso strong. wonder worker, I0o or makes weak men All druggists, tl. Curo guaran- examinations. This Is beginning to the Pacific Coast. It also has through b)th optios on tho keyholo of a door teed. Uooklet end samplo free. Address sound right. Hurrah for Grosvedorl passenger trains and fast efficient, Sterling Itemed Co., Chicago or New York. double daily service from New Or-at tho same time! Pantagraph. leans, Jackson, Memphis and points The llnirnll ucalloii. South and West on its own and con- WiiATKVWi may bo said of tho A week or two ago Hon. John W. ncciing iincp 10 UncKlrnN Irulen halve. of State, and one Kentucky Legislature 0110 thing is Foster, LOU SV LLE. The Best Salve in the wotld for C NC NNATI sure: Tho Fourtli Congressional dis. ot the ablest and moit capable of our ' . ' -- CHICAGO & ST. LOUIS diplomatists, lectured before the Na- Cuts, Bruises. Sores, Ulcers, Salt trict has no reason to bo ashamed of Rheum, FeverSores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, ' Corns, and all making direct connections its representatives at Frankfort, but tional Geographic Society at Washwith on the other hand is proud of them, ington, in regard to the annexation Skin Eruptions, and positively cures through trains for all points Piles, or no pay required. It is of Hawaii. NORTH & EAST Blauford, ol Breokinride; Rioe, of guaranteed tn give perfect f at isfact ion including St. Mr. Foster does not find any reaLouis. Chicigo, DufMo, Grayson, and our own C. M, Burnoit, or money refunded. Price as cents Pittsburg, Cleveland, Boston, New son, in our history or the history of per box. For sale by Williams & are men of superior intelligence, and York, Philadelphia, Baltimore and other nations why we should not an- Bell. 13 1 r. have conducted themselves in a manRichmond. nex the islands and make them one ner highly gratifying to the people of Subscribe for your home paper for of our territories, and he finds 0 great Solid vestibule trains through pull thoir respeotivo oounties. If tho mny reasons why we should do so. your family, nnd If you ore already a man bullet sleeping cats through free Legislature was oemposed of such In the course of his lecture he said subscriber and have an absent son, reclining chair cars men, wo would have been spared tho that four times in the past history of daughter, sister, brother, parent or Particulars of your local railroad disgraceful tceno that havo taken the islands pf a foreign flag other friend, send them the home paper. ticket agent. place at Frankfort. than that of the United States had You will be surprised to know bow S G. Hatch, Dlv. Pass. Agent, Cinfloated over ttiiiii first the Russian, eagerly they will read the news cinnati. A. SCQTf, Dlv. Pass. Agent, then the 1'iench, afterwards the Brit- from home. 1 he paper goes regular- Jno. Memphis, ish, and again the French. Any one ly and contains more news In one IsUM I umu Birup. TutwUtiui. UMr?1 la lime. HoM br drutfvl.u. Ml A. H Hanson, o. i. a., Chicago, of these, however, would again gladly sue than is usually conveyed by let. W. A. Kkuond, a o.r.A., Louisville. resume sovcrtljnty over tlitin.and ter writing in a year. Hartford Republican. iw - . ,.,-,- M ..rt., naarwi iTsassasssja Carbuncles IiifI t:rrf 8nrsa-parllla-- post-offi- ce mas-cnl- ar Respectfully request nn "interview" with nil of their old patrons and many more; not on "polities" in general nor tliG "Cuban Question," but on business matters, in which wo propose to say that wo are mutually interested. In our 1 Hood's Sarsaparilla 1 We havo somo SPECIAL matters to which wc call attention: First, Ladies Dress Goods Are imported, and ladies desiring a new outfit, want the newest STYLES, both in "Fabric" and "Fashion," and as a help in this matter our Lady Salesman has the Newest Fashion Plates which can bo examined before purchasing tho goods. Wedding suits a specialty. Come and see Miss Fannie Barnes before purchasing. Free-Trad- Scond9 Millinery de Free-Trade- rs Fiee-Trade- rs Are ever, varyirg and changing, and requires close attention to the markets to keep up with the newest. Every lady buys hats for the Style, hence the importance of this departMiss VIOLA PIRTLE is in position to show the ment. lastcst Easter hats aro "all tho go'' now. Come in time to get a selection. Py it p ,. , Third, Clothing Department - """ Is in the front. We have suits as cheap as can be desired; We also have a fine line of Easter and in fact at any price. Spring Suits at "astonishing" low figures, but our boast is on Fine suits, such as can rarely be found. Wedding suits a specialty. We invite an inspection, guaranteeing satisfaction. an Free-Trad- Fourth, Our Carpet and Genera! Upholstering DepartmenIs 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 Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Curtains, Blinds, &c. Call on us. ...--.,- ..., 1 1 ( . t- -. t,l. .;,,, Demo-Populis- 11 Make Your Selections Alfred Peats wall Papers business with everybody. All lines full. The staples are "BED ROCK" and wo, 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. .J , To be brief, we are in position to do j&. iy ',V-- " ZZS r-iNrv- ,-- Vk-V- c - A Jg&U lVPavfor pC4t Hoard ami Tuition f) Itverythlng lur-ulsh- special Summer Term of8 weeVfl Wli'nti for the lun-- begins 8 W. D. LUCE,Agt. 1897. All our students M71io Illinois (Jen. ft. Memphis Orleans Which meets in Howling Green June 29 30 ami Jul; 1, '97. If you want a better education, prepare yourself for teaching, get a better certificate, or to take a thorough Commercial Courso, it will pay yon to writo to us. Bpccial emphasis put ou tho Stato Toaohora' Courso. You con enter now and find "classos to suit you. Mention Coureo wanted. OUERRY BROS., Proprietors t3rVrito now. Southern Normal School and Howling Qrcen Huiiuess Cullcgo, Bowling Green, Ky. 33Lontucky JStato Poachora .Association will havo the opportunity ofattendiug HENRT FIELD & SOH HAVE OPENED THEIR mmmlmmammmmmtmmmmmmmmamm0mimtmmamimmimmmmmimmmmmatKimmimimmmmmimm0tmmm A flno new OMNIBUS will meet nil day trains at Beaver Dam. All order promptly atlended lo. guarantees n comfortable rid. prair Mukat ami Unloti S'.M8H, Hartford, lave An o'gaut vehicle and good horwes order at Field's Lhery citable, n,.! uOrt vtoNmtiM r Vv A. . jslfalJghtisW'Mdah'!-,,,!! -- -- ..T" ' :' ' " J .i' mhp.1 .,1 Jti.jiiiniwir,t,w'M'fe' ' f Vi Now is the Time to Strike Buy Fertiliser from Cjgrton & Co. Mrs. Cicero Burton Tfd very sick. Goo' t;ra Itowyjffiit Patr& Co's t Pair & Co's. JW HavTyou seen Ifcilr& Co's neckGood glngliBliH wear? - .. . - at Fair & at Fair & BARGAIN AT FAIR & COMPANY'S. Wo have our entiro stock of Spring Goods in and arranged for your inspection Our All arc fresh and the very latest. line of Millinery, Woolen dress goods,wash fabrics wcro never more beautiful. A Ladles shift Co's. waist ,50c 11 r 5c for new Scotch lawns f Cos. POWDER Absolutely Puro. Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and hcalthfulncss. Assures the food against alum and all forms of adulteration common to the cheap brands Royai,BakinoPowdbrCo., Nnw York. Trade with Carson & Co. New furniture at Carson & Co's. New embroideries at Fair & Co's. d look at these lines will bo appreciated. 45 iii oh Marabout Lawns 10o 30 inch Rpjano Dimity 37 Such Cresden Dimity 30 inch Guipurl laco clltcls 30 inch Percales 30 inch Grauito cloth 30 inch Shepherds plaid ducks l2c 8Jc , shoes at Carson & Co's. 8o 8c 12 . . . .12 Co's. 6c yard wide percales at Fair & Good Slippers lor 50c at J, It. Fogle &Co's. A new lot of kid gloves at Carson & Co's. A big lot of Taney & Co's. With this line we have the fancy trimming to match which are in vogue this season. shirts at Carson at Fair Quarterly Court has been lu session this week. J. E. Fogle & Co's Is' the place to buy clothing. j Buy your goods at J. E. Fogle & Co's cash store. ,.1 .f Hoosier cotton 1 yard wide 4c per yard at Carson & Co's. Good cottonade for 10c per yard at ' J. E. Fogle & Co's. Attorney A. Jones spent a few days in Fraukfort last week. For shoes and gents furnishing goods go to Schapmlre's. Ladies' and Men's Belts from 10c to 35c at J. E. Fogle & Co's. Don't forget Schapmlte when in ncea of a good pair of shoes. Judge R. R. Wedding Is attending court at Fordsville this week. ,r' L . . 1, r Prof. U. C Barnett, South Carroll-ton- , was at home last Sunday. Our Umbrellas will turn water and keep of the sun. Carson & Co. 3Jfc Hoosler brown cotton & Co's. Bargains In Clothing at Carson & Messrs. A. C. Yciser and Sam Cox Co's. visited friends at South Carrollton 90c buys a ladles fine shoe at J. E. last week. Fogle &Co's. We have lots oi pretty Shoes for CW- - (fTviTSHjWvx kCmii; &mn G7&97v't(Stivt wJw-t- mmMV If you missj visitingthis department We have the largest you will regret it. line and the prettiest styles in Hartford. Can furnish you a hat from 50c to well any price you want it. Come to see them anyway if you are not ready to purchase. It will be alright. Always glad to show both ladles and gents. Carson & Co. Prlesmcyer slippers are the only Buy your clothing at J. B. Fogle & good wearing goods made. Sold only Co's cash store. m i at by Fair & Co. New French ginghams Health and vigor are essential for No such line of wash goods in success. Therefore make yourself Carson & Co's. Children's Suits for only 65c at J.E. Hartford as those new styles shown strong and healthy by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. at Fair & Co's. Fogle & Co'a. Fair & Co's all wool $4 suits are hard to beat. Mats Convention ol tli People's parof Obm count) fjt tin purpose of rorgniiznit ""inly committee t." iiuiulng a cull lor a convention to nominate c didt h for the various county uiul dutiKl olfices, whose names thall W pirn ml on the officicinl ballot in n column ut dcr our Plow and Hummer devlrc, ml tobc voted for under Mid 1'tvlce at the election November 2 1897 I would nlso cmII the attention of our brethren, from nil over the county, who do not fully endorse the fusion plan of voting under the l)emo cratlt rooster device, to the fact that our party his already nominated Hon loe A. Patker as a candidate for Clerk of Coutt ol Appeals, and his name will no doubt go on the ballot under our Plow and Hammer device. This being true I see no good reason why (re should not nominate a full list of candidates whose names shall be placed on the batlot in the column with that of Mr. Parker. If the candidates we have already nominated agree to become Democrats mid allow their names to go on the h- - Hot under the rooster device we will to let them go, but it they denounce the aforesaid fusion ar rang' ment and submit their claims as candidates to the proposed new convention we should heartily welcome them back into the fold and give their claims the consideration they deserve. I believe to act at once along the line ot the foregoing suggestions is the best thing we can do to maintain our party organization and Identity and unless we intend to surrender our party and organization, soul and body, to the Democratic party and become Democrats ourselves, we should strike while the iron is hot and get our ticket nominated as quick as possible. Hurrah for Joe Parker. J. E. ty FOPULISr RESOLD HONS. Populists of Bnrtlott's Hre- oinot Moot nnd Donounoo tho Fusion. WrwTBRi'iRr.D, Kv, April 19. RhsOLVIU), That wc denounce fus ion of any kind with the Democratic Jt-r- s 'Ugliest Honors Awarded World Fair DEL-- patty; furthermote we petition our County Committee to call n convention for the purpose of nominating a full Populist ticket under the Plow and Hammer, We, the underpinned Populist vot ers of Bartlett's precinct, endorse the above resolution: W A Helm, I W Lake, G B Smith, J R Henry, U W Hawkins, J T Taylor, Elijah King, Haden Russell, II C Rhoads, Jno A Hnwklns, Anderson Daniel, II O King, A M Hawkins, Weaver Daniel, W J Martin, WilbertKing, II C Ford. J R Daniel, J B Dodson, K II Martin, Thomas Hickcy, Jacob Weller, Geo Hlnton, J M Ralph, Tom Ambrose, John Jones, Ell Mnttin, Jr., J R Ralph, W W Moselcy, W W Ford, E N Evans, JLSlnuett, ' Frank Westerfield, Robert White, J A Sap, J R White, I II Westerfield, J S Ford. AtnBRT Hblu, ) H. O. King, Com. J Tom Hickky, I.onlavlllo MYeHlock Jlnrkrt. Louisville, Ky,, April 19. Cattle. Receipts of cattle today were 957 head of fairly desirable quality, and made up largely of steers 900 to 1,000 lbs. The supply moved slowly under moderate demand, principally from local butches. Transactions devolop-e- d no feature of interest. Prices were steady at last week's close, which was a shade higher than last Monday. Calves. The calf market was slow to dull at $2 505 00. The liberal run of fair quality was all sold to local butchers. Ught Extra shipping, $4 2S4 shipping, $4 oo425; best butchers, $3 9o4 25; fair to good butchers, to medium $3 90; common butchers, $2 25; good to extra oxen, $3 253 75; common to medium oxen, $23; feeders, $3 2S4 io; stackers, $2 5o3 7s; bulls. $2 25 3 40; veal calves, $2 25. Hogs. Receipts of hogs today were 8,741 head ol good quality. The market opened very late at about 5c advance upon Saturday's closing prices. Heavies sold at $4 00. Mediums brought fi 95 4 00, and lights sold at $3 5o3 90. The supply moved very slowly at these values, and clearances had not been made at a late hour. Choice packing and butchers, 225 to 300 lbs., $400; fair to good packing, 180 to 200 lbs., $4 00; good to extra light, 160 to 180 lbs., $3 95 4 00; fat shoats, 120 to 150 lbs., fat shoats, 100 to 120 lbs , $i 7503 $i 503 7S; pigs, 60 to 90 Uy., $2 50 3 S roughs, 150 to 400 lbs., $2 50 3SO. Sheep and lambs. Arrivals of sheep and lambs were about 750 head, of which about 200 were lambs. These were a drug and some did not find buyers. Prices for these ranged from per 100 Ibj. Sheep and fall lambs met with a steady market, and were all sold to shippers. Fall lambs declined 25c for the better grades to $4 75 for tops. Sheep val ues were unchanged. Good to extra shipping sheep, $i 754 00; lair to good, $3 oo3 50; common to medium, $1 S02 50; bucks, $2 oo3 00; extra shipping lambs, $4 4o4 75; fair to good, 4 oo4 25; medium butcher Iambs, ?3 50. CS1EAM BAKING A MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fr from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulters t JO YEARS TUB STANDARD. ( I'.ltAI.VO. vmm Mr. C. B. Smith closed n very pood spring school here a few eks ajp. Mr. B. Richardson has about completed a small dwelling hense in the northern partnl owr. Miss Slergeon has been visiting relatives in Buckgruvo, McLean county, for some time. Miss Zula Bratchcr is vlnlting relatives la West Point. Mr. Wm.A J. Kimb ey, formerly of this place, died in Louisville April 14, and was buried here the 15th He was a merchant and tobacco dealer here lor many years. Mr. John Kinbtey, LouIsv!llc,spcnt several days here last week. Messrs. Robert Vickers and W. C. Gundy, Sacramento, attended the funeral of Wm. A. J. Klmbley here Thurpday. Russell, the infant child of Mr. P. L Wood, was dangerously ill the first of the week. Miss Lizzie Garrett is very sick. Miss Alice Talley, who has been visiting here for several months, left for her home Saturday. Mr. James Barnett, Owensboro, was hete a few days last week. Miss Maud Barnard visited relative near Providence last week. Mr. D. A, Hill hns a position on the steamer J. C. Kerr. Miss Minnie Mclntire went to Tuesday. Re 7. J. H. Richardson filled his lle 7c Ladles' Black Fogle & Co's. Hose for 8c at J. K. We have a big line of embroideries at Carson & Co's. 35c buys you a nice percale shirt at All wool serge 25c, all wool cashwool cashmere 17c. mere 25c, one-haat Carson & Co's. lf our goods. O-ul- x J. II. Fogle & Co's. OlotDa.iaa.g' ' Mens Mens Mens Boys Child 26 Inch percales for only 7)$ c per $4 00 yard at J. E. Fogle & Co's. 0 00 Call on Field & Son for the cheapf8 00 to 810 00 est and best Buggy Harness. 260to$5 00 W. D. Luce Is the paper hanger and C0oto$8W) the paper seller of the town. wool suiu With every boys suit of clothes wo givo you a bail and bat. Aud with For a square feed, take your horse to Wo every $2 00 purabase or ovor a handsome picturo iu n neat frame. the livery stable of Field & Son. want your trade and shall ondoavor by all fair means to obtain it. Writo ""Try a pair of the Mary Anderson for samples. Wo will gladly send them. Shoe for $1 at J. E. Fogle & Co's, Department should not be forgotten. good wool suits better wool suits oxtra wool suits wool suits 35c buys you a nice white shirt at J. It. Fogle & Co's. Don't sell your wool until you get prices from Carson & Co. Hartford Jemple of fashions, .aaaatianMBanaBMMaMHBaM; J" Take you Feathers, Eggs, Wool and Ginseng to J. E. Fogle & Co's. Another big lot of Ladies' Fine Shoes for 90c at J E "Fogle & Co's. hhlriN, 11m, Collnm.C'iiirW, llnUnuil hark hi Hclinpinlre' rlirap lor Cnali, No last year styles in millinery at Fair & Co's. Everything the latest. New umbrellas, new neckware, new ANDY CATHARTIC t i hats and new shoes at Carson & Co's. If you want a good Suit of Clothes for a small sum of money see Carson It is said a school ma'am asked a little boy the other day to name the Presidents from Washington to the Mr. and Mrs. Jo B. Vickers have present, and when he said he couldn't returned from a visit to friends and she told him that when she was his age ihe knew them by heait, whererelatives at Owensboro. upon the youngster exclaimed: Mrs. C. M. Barnett, who is visiting her husband at Frankfort, is confined "Huh; there wasn't so many of them." And he don't know to this to her room with measles. minute what made the teacher act so An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. to him. Ex. Cicero Burton died Tuesday night nnd was buried Wednesday at Bell's Account Presbyterian Church General assembly U.S. at Charlotte N.C. May Run. 20 to 31st tickets on sail May 17 to Mr. J. II. B. Carson has bought at one fair round trip, good till 2 from the McIIenry heirs the vacant ist June 10 to return. lot in front of Mrs. McIIenry's house H. Merrick Agt. nnd will erect a dwelling house on same in the near future. KdHcate Your llowcla With Ciucaretn. Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever. Photographer Taylor will make Cab- 100,31c irc.C.0 fall, drocsUu refund money inet Photographs lor a short time at Account State Encampment G.A.R. 1. 50 per dozen and will be found cv at Lexington, Ky., tickets on sail cry Monday at his Photo Car in Hart- May 9th and 10, good till May 12th ford. 39 tf to return one fair round trip Judge Eli H. Brown, "candidate for H. Merrick. Agt. Circuit Judge, spokes 'at the Court McClure's Magazines for May will House last Saturday afternoon. He was followed by Major Haycraft, who contain a series of life portraits of Daniel Webster "godlike Daniel," is a candidate for Commonwealth's one of the few great men who looked Attorney. evety inch oi their greatness. Some The following named persons have of the portraits are said to be expaid their subscription to Tub Re- tremely rare. An introduction and run lican since our last issue: Wm. notes, by Mr Charles Henry Hart, Brown, Hartford; J. L. Elmore, wilt give their several histories and J, S. Armstrong, Trisler; W. relate interesting anecdotes regarding H, Maddox, Rockport; C H. Hamilthem. 1 m Wes-terfiel- 5; 43 Si sos regular appointment hete Sunday night. Miss Carrie Hill is on the sick list. Farmers are getting behind with their work. Louis. 9; 67 &Co. L I I Mr. Hiram Maddox, who died at Beaver Dam last week, carried an InALL io Mr, Thos. Marks and family will surance policy in the United States druggist so tnoveontto his farm this week to Life Innsurance Co., written by Col. Id.il Ux' IDCfttllTPrV nniTJIlI'i'CPri In cere BjrMorcoMtIpillon,CKirttsrth As soon as Col. Dent S. R. Dent. ' ADaUuUlbUl UUAKAntb&lJtift.iiMtrrrtporiulpcliitrioM.uriittiirilrtMlU. Stn spend the summer. ' tlu4kuoMrtrrr. la, mMtmO BEJlLDr lt..nilcMO,lIontrfil,CM..errtew York. was notified of bis death he came to Rev. Jo B. Rogers and family left Beaver Dam to pay Mrs. Maddox this week for Mowequa, 111., where $1,000 00, the amount of the policy. For account of State convention of cam: hun. they will make their future home. "Wanted Thus we see the benefits of life insur- Epworth Leagcs at Louisville, May Rev. J. D. Duncan filled his regular If you want your picture enlarged ance, and see ho w it leaves loved 1897, tickets will be on sale May looo bushels of corn, I carload chick- appointment here Saturday and Sunyou should see Cllde Wedding. The ones. It is always the policy of Col. 6th and 7th, at one fare ($3 10) for ens and all the wool we can get. day. firm he is taking orders for guaranDent's Company to pay death claims the round trip; good till May 10th to Next wrek we will have I case of Miss Leona Pierce, of Owensboro, promptly. short length calico which will be sold Is visiting In this community thij tees satisfaction. returu. II. Merrick, Agt. and 3c per yard. Our milliner at Mr. Chas. E. Rogers has resigned week. Alrnlilp Fake Explained. A l'llirul Ctur. Is here with a complete line of hats, Mr. J. H. Wright and wife visited his position as clerk at Z. Wayne sighted in the West," "The A woman who gave her name as ladles call and sec her stock before the family of Mr. Wm. Jarnagln Sat- Griffin & Bro's drug store, having says the St. Lonls Republic, "Is a Mra Molly Warren appeared at the you make your purchase We have urday and Sunday. bought an interest in a drug store at fake. The aerial monster was manustation hoase late yesterday evening just received a big lot of shoes which Mr. Rogers has made Leltchfield. There was a Sunday School organfactured originally in New York, ol and applied for lodging for herself stock very large, can fit makes our many warm friends during his stay papier-macized at Fairvlew last Sunday. and ordinary baloon and three children The latter were you In most any kind of o shoe Have The funeral of Aunt Minnie Daniel in Hartford, and all wish him well in material, to advertise a certain brand barefooted, and the smallest was pitibig stock of clothing that we ate a will be preached here the fifth Sun- his new business venture. When it was set free fully begging for food. oi cigarettes. They were going to sell verychcap, also plows day In May. There will be dinner on Dr. W. S. Williams will leave to at Denver some wine merchants and giveu a place to sleep and supper and and Fertilizer. Andbrson. the giound. .Mrs. Ed Bell gave them day for Uniontown, where he expects other mercantile gentlemen infringed breakfast. We will say to the farmers hold to locate to practice his profession. the patent and made papier- - mache some shoes and clothing. The woyour wool for us we are going to pay For Saib. A good secondhand He is just out of schooland is a model air ships tor their own use. That is man said her husband had been dead highest market price. Hall's fireproof sate and a good sec young man, and the peoDle of Union-tow- n why the alrshlp has been seen In so four years, and that she was on her Co. Moitwii ad. Jonbs & Centretown, Ky, ond.hand buggy. Apply to the many places at one and the, same way back to Spencer county, where can be congratulated on secur His many time. There is more than one oi she was reared. All tbelr possessions inghim as a citizen. them in the sky, and the cigarette ba- were in a little split basket, and friends here wish for him a prosperThe Floating Studio Is at Calhoon. loon is not the only light in the heav could not have amounted to more ous time in his new home. lllril.ell W agonic. tug by any means. The whole thing then two or three small articles of Wacons are the cheapest Dlrdsell morning fire is a clever advertising dodge, invent- wearing apparel. Early Wednesday n One of the because they are the the best For broke out in J. II. Nave's tobacco fac- - ed jointly by parties in New Vork is afflicted with epilepsy and had ' sale by J. H. Patton & Co. Corn tory and it was soon enveloped in and Chicago." several convulsions during the night. taken name as cash. flames. It was the work of an incin- It was one of the worst cases of des, m m diary. For a while It seemed that the Nome NiiES'XIO'O- titution tint has ever turned up at 81 OO Ilouuil Trip. would be destroy- ! whole town Magan, April 22, '96, Inquirer. On account ol Base Bill game police headquarters ed as there was n strong wind j To the People's party voters of It made up of the most essential Louisville and Cleveland at elements that go to nourish that carried the fire over the Ohio county. Brethren: I have just flagman of a German tailway Xoulsvllle, April 25th, will sell round town and several houses caught learned ol a meeting held by. our wa receutly told that he would be th body. Where the appetite trip tickets for train No 332. leaving The brethren ol Baitlett's precinct at fa varying-- or lacking, It Infire from the flying cinders. fined II his wife was again seen fl .Beaver Dam at 5:20 a. m on 35th at creases It, and where digestion building was tnsuied. on the 18th, Inst., for the purLouisa train. The man nald a'ic had rft.oogood to return leaving is weak, it aids it to perform pose of considering the fusion ar- never done so, and explained as fol'fhoniiK't'nlr. ville at 6 o'clock p m same d.iy. ' ' some of our, its function in a more vigorous Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock at rangement made by H. MrtHRlCK, Agt. lows. Being ill, she asked her husway. It enriches the blood, the home ot the bride's parents, Mr. would be, leaders with the Democratband to milk the goat. This animal makes healthy- - flesh and cures A Call. and Mrs. G. G. Fair, Mr Owen J. ic bosses, and am reliably Informed was, however, unused to any one but chronic coughs and colds by We the uudrulgaed voters of SulThomas was mauled to Miss Emma that said meeting was largely attend, the woman herself, aud the fligman, making it possible for the body phur Springs, recognizing the excel-leed aud that 0 rewlution wm adopted to aue trouble, dressed in hi wife's J. Fair lu the presence of the immedito resist disease. Our friends tell ability, superior Integrity and ate families Rev. J, M. Suliee.ot Hen- denouncing said fusion arrangement clothes to deceive the goat. A shrill us "IT Works Wonders" substantial Republicanism of D. M Mr. Thomas is and requesting our County committee derson, officiating whittle reminded him of his duties, but we never like to over-stat- e Hocker. repsctfully to'lclthlni to beot our party to call a convention to anu he soluted the passing express in one Hartford's best young men, havthe merits of our remedy even come a candidate for Representative: ing been in business at this place nominate candidates for the various skirts. when it has been tested and Jame Wedding, with his father since he quit school, offices to be filled, the names of said J II Thomas, tried for over twenty-- f Iveyears, K A Hanisaon, while his bride is ,onc of Hartford's candidates to be placed on the official John Willis "Out ol debt, and though you have If you will ask for it, we will J T Davis, sweetest young ladies, and since her ballot under our regular Plow nnd a n Bowers, on your knee, a hole In your tend you a book telling you W R Pach, father located here seven years ago Hammer device. I, W Hunt, hat and a crack In your shoe leather subject than we more about the Wm M 'seley, A Johnston, she has been a society favorite This I think was a move In the you are still in the sun of llberty.free can put in a few words. Out I,fiyette Hint, I) L Davis, alter the ceiemony the right direction and If ourcouuty com. as the sinking sun above you and what a nourishing Byron Wedding, Co to your druggist for Scott's EmulO ear MnlklfT bridal party left over the Illinois Cenmittee refuses to call a convention, as ol debt may be f jund In cold wa-n- 1 I T Wedding, sion. Two tiro, 50 eta. tad $1.00. Their suggested, within the next ten daj s s"'etness tral fur a short bridal tour J Whit tonlhsomeness In n dry Gee Huut. many itteiids wiah for them a long or two weeks I d urge our brethren crust' What ambroshl nourishment & B0WNE, NfwYork, James Kus r, SCOTT H D Foreman. W P Allen, and happy life at Weateifield to issue a call for a in hard boiled egg'"" Ex asi 'kWmvtt?mcjn.L,.mtitliU.M' CURECOHSTIPATION Look at our Oxford ties. They are beauties. Come and see them. ton, Powderly; Burrel Baird, Marion Yates, Rochester. Eddy-vill- e; Schapmirr. iaaigiytoJasa- - i ,imji."h"i run ' Dr. John W. Conklln and Miss Effie Rogers will be married next Wednesday, April 21st, at 7:15 p. m. at the residence of Miss Rogers' father, Mr. John B. Rogers As no cards will be issued a general invitation is Grayextended to all their friends. son Gazette. Jr IlntitriVn ImUrlmcnl. The Franklin County Grand July has a keen sense of discrimination. In 1884, when Io Blackburn and Cerre Gordo Williams were fighting for the succession of the latter's seat in the Senate, the air was thick with charges of bribery and use of money: but no obliging giand iury stood ready to wash a Democratic Legislature's "dirty linen," as Judge Cant-ril- l expressed it a day or two ago. In 1897, upon the almost unsupported statement ot a bitter partisan, whose story is so absurd as to excite general ridicule, the grand jury conveniently indicts the Republican nominee for Senator for discussing with the prosecuting witness a suggestion of bribery made by the latter. There is no pretense that any one was bribed only an assertion by a man who conspired to trap Dr. Hunter that he had an Interview with the latter upon the subject of bribery. The whole affair smacks of a foul conspiracy, and the grand jury has been entirely too willing to listen to the concoctions of plotters, and to lend the machinery of the law to political and factional partisans. Lexington Leader. 7-- 2i air-shi- p he f Scott's Emulsion 4 cull-die- 'Allrcd lenU' Wall l'nper" has become a household word. His 1897 line of beautiful patterns show a marked advancement over any brre tofore produced, and are being offered prices. Chicago It is not a remedy put up by any at Tom, Dick or Harry; it is compoundaud New York are the main offices of ed by expert pharmacists. Ely Bros, this mammoth concern, the largest of ofier a 10 cent trial size. Ask your its kind in the world W, D. Lucu, Agent, druggist. Full size Cream Balm 50 Hartford, Ky. cents. We mall It. ELY BROS., 56 Warren St .N.Y.CIty. For Kentucky Derby Louisville Ky Since 1861 I have been a great sufferer from catarrh I tried Ely's May 12th, 1897, will sell tickets on Cream Balm and to all appearances May 12th for the 5:20 a.m. train at am cured. Terrible headaches from $2.50 for the Round Trip, good till 8:40 a.m. May 13th, leaving Louisville which I had long suffered are gone. W J. Hitchcock, late Maior U. S. The ticket will admitto the Grand Stand; the 8.17 p.m. train will be held Vol. and A. A. Gen., Buffalo, N, Y. at Louisville till 6 oclock pmon 12th, A Mammoth Wall Paper Concern II. Mrrrick. Agt. One of the greatest mercantile conis the Alfred Peats cerns of Wall Paper establishment In Chicago an 1 New Yoik. tie is the most exThe Editor of Tho BloomfUld Iowa Farmer tensive Wall Paper advertiser in the Write of the Oood Done by Dn. MILt8' HEW HEAflT OORE. world. The beauty, quality and cheapness of his papers have been 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. Loch, Agent. Hartford, Ky. x3 record-breaki- ' To Benefit Others. jjjj Wes-terfiel- d ig-gi- nt 1 I'OIMT rl.HANANT. Mrs. John B Maddox is very sick. Mr. Ilirom McMillion, of Liver-mothas moved to our town. Miss Floy CofTuian la visiting her aunt, Mrs. Scott Every, of McLean county. Robert James, ol Centertown, visited his father, Sam James, Saturday and Sunday. Bennie Edwards, of Livermore, is visiting the family of John Cox this week. Mr. W. F. Condlct lost a fine mare this week and Mr. John Bell lost a valuable mule Mayworth Barnard has sold his farm to Worth Bell. Miss Algle Tlchenor spent a few days In Scuth Carrollton this week. You are oil ol yonr base, Mr Editor, when you think that a Kentucky boy can wait on and kiss 17 KentucVy girls It tuny work where you are, but you cannot do it down herr. Don t you try t, you will need a IC tkntlst e, AUB a great many unielflih women wbo w atx others to what has reetored Uiem to health and liapplnese. Mr C F Davis, pub-lUbot one ot the beat newspaper la Iowa, wrltce from DloomOeM la , Auk IS 1KM. "My detlre to benefit other prompt mo a writ tbt. We hire uied Dr. Mile' Itemedle la my family for nearly two yean with moat gratifying result, wa would nt now do with out them. My wife bad beea weakly and down nearly etery wmmir tor the put fifteen BrlMtorsit year. Dr Mile Heart Cure U eiacUy what It name implleai a weak, fluturlnn, palpltatlug aura cure for a heart, tod Dr Mile' Nerve and Liver 1'llU tr most excellent" Dr Mile' ttomedle an told by all drug-gt- it under a poaiuve, guarantee tint bottle tmnolt or money refunded Hook on Iloart and Nerve cntf eataauappn aan Elkhart. lad. 4 PH, MILES MKWCALW THERE and jl . H'HUU'-t- i UUJUS 'III ! l r A m k 13 How t'nn II llet General Directory. The have united in this county on a ticket that the l'RJDAY, APRIL i, 1897 In halt the STATU Ot'WCIAtS. two conventions put out. A union at Cause fullydigested olekneM long tbo world It retains the food too In the bowels Governor William 0. JJrndley. conventions Is a great deal easier thr nd produces bUtouiuess, torpid liver, Indt- BAD BREATH Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-ingtout de than at the poles, however hard the former may be at limes. SecrotaryofStalo Charles Finloy. S. , Cor. 5th and Markot Sts, Loulsvillo, Ky. Is what a VVomau Droads A few months back the Herald had Attorney General W. 8. Taylor. A udltor no word too bitter or no lnnguage too Snmuol II. Stono. Moro Than Fostilonoo Station, bad taste, coated Treasurer Goo. W. Long. pmcticnl training In SHORTsiveretotell of the faults of the lep- tongue, ttek headache, In- - BUB Adonis iht best facilities for ihutotik-H or Fainiiio. Commissioner of Agriculture, Horomnia, etc. Hood's rills rous People's Success assured In Jail party Last HAND TYPn WRITING mid HOOK KRHPING. curscon.Uns.Uon Statistics Lucas THRKR MONTHS. and though, Billy Bryan seemed to be a reulu,eatllrknd anil nil It ase. Alldrugglsts. ticulture Pupils assisted to POSITIONS Tirnn moderate thoroughly, s cth'ng bilm and served as such to Prepared by a I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. Mooro. Iliisiiiess men furnished Stenographers I'RIIIJ OF And yet thousands ot women arc so Superintendent Publio Iiistruction-Ge- n elicit competent the Irieuds oi reform. It would have Tbo only nils to takt with Hood's Bar spsrilla. afflicted. In spite of all they can do CIIAKGK M. DavUon. ' ""' X--m worked very well, but Mr. Sewall was 3Z5LXISr&rm this continues to grown worse, or at R"gister Land Office Cbas. 0. A Hone' AITVclloin. Reynold. a plaster to the rank and file of the least grow no better. Toothbrushes have not heard so pathetic a tale "I insurnnco Bureau Commlsaloiior-- D. financial reformers and a great many and breath perinme seem of no avail. W. Comlugoro. of the People's party voters need but in a long time as that one which The reason of their failure is in the reached me the other day regarding a Adjutant GcnoralD. R. Collier. a little of that remedy ns they are almajority of cases at least, they do not 8tato Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown wonderful exhibition of animal aflec ready drawn to a focus office. know the cause of their trouble. tion. It appears that a welt known Day. But Sewall Is out of the way and Perhaps the most frequent cause of HAII.rtOAI) COMMISSIONERS. ns office at present seems to be their young man who died rather sud FOR unpleasant breath Is catarrh. The Juo. C. Wood, chairman; J. F. denly some weeks ago, had a valuahighest ideal, it is good political polinflammation of the mucous menft EVERY member ol ble horse which he had driven daily Dompscy, H. S. Irwin. Secretary icy to propose to the Democrats to brane of mouth and throat discolors 8amuel F, Brown. EVERY family on splci teams ond pull each other out for something like ten years. Up to the teeth, coats the tongue, causes CONORES'IOKAL. EVERY farm, In a day or two before his death he fed of the mud. the lips to become harsh and sore, and Senators Hon. William 0. LlmU EVERY village, 111 the animal daily; nobody cite cer atimparts a more or less disagreeable Just how hard the people are going say, Hon. J. C. 8. Blackburn. EVERY State and Territory.' to pull is dlffi u t to say, but II they tempted it and the horse griw to l.e order to the breath. Such a condition Representative Fourth District as fond of him as n human might Hon. John W. Lowis. are true to their trust a united front extreme annoyance to the must be an have been. When the young owner FOR Education, will appear-INovember and what a STATE LEGISLATURE. Momen whose instincts are naturally died thehoisc noticed that other perFOR Noblo Manhood, glorious result will be accomplished dainty; and she would do anything A, D. James. Senator Hon. sons fetched him food and water. FOR True Womanhood. each one will be elected. Reprwentatlve Ohio County Hon. in her power to overcome it. "For several days the horse refused 0. M. Barnett. In the meantime, and as the old To all such women, the word that IT gives nil important news of tho Nation. a saying goes, "A burnt child dreads to eat The family did all they could will absolutely cure catanh, OHIO COUNTY. ' to Induce the animal to touch the vaIT gives a'l important nows of tho World. fire," our people have a good while will therefore be good news, Pe-rCOURT. CHICUIT rious articles they put before him, but ITgtvos the most reliable market reports. '; to reflect, and they being a candid Owen, Judge Owens-borremoving the catarrh, sweetens Hon. W. T. na, by without success. For day3 aud days IT gives biilliaut nml instructive editorials. people, and not a people with a canthe breath and causes healthy secreIT gives fascinating short stories the horse was coaxed to eat, but he Hon. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney didacy, each one who is really in earto take the place of the irrita ' tions IT gives nu unexcelled agricultural department, i would not; the poor brutes suffering Owcneboro. nest about reform will be Very slow ting ones which have been the cause It uives ccieutifit and meobanioal information. were to pitiful for expression. The T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. to take hold of the new machine made ot so muck discomfort. The teeth IT gives illustrated fathiun articles. poor animal pined slowly away until G. B. Ltkons, Clerk Hartford. out of the sortering ol the head and IT gives humorous illustrations. are easily cleaned and the effects of a B. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner a few days ago he died. I have not IT gives ontertuinment to young and old. tails of the party. brisk brushing remain. The tongue Hartford. heard of so touching nn incident In a IT gives satisfaction everywhere to everybody. II you want true reform come over to resumes its natural color and the un G. B Likens, TruatcoJury Fund We (iirnMi THE REl'UHLICAN and NEW YORK WEEKLY a party that has always valued prin- long time." Banger (Me) Daily healthy coating disappears. Catarrh Hartford. Commercial. Cal. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. TRIBUNE, both papers ciple higher than office, ana has nevot the stomach also is often the cause Deputies Samuel Kcown Hnrtfnrd cures catarrh er fused with either old machine. Dr. Mlloa'Prtri Fltlm are guaranteed to of foul breath. Joo Roberts, Fordsvillej Tlina. R. Everybody will have that chance fir. Miles' l'aln Pills stop Headache. wherever located. JcL-rsLin-- c Bishop, Centertown; S. T. Slcvcus, illustraton the 19th of May, when the ProhiA book of 64 instructively Remember Bullington, the barber Cromwell. Address all orders to the bition clans will gather together in ed pages on catarrh, of which Dr, is the place to get your hair trimmed Court convenes first Monday in the name of God Almighty aud not Hartman is the author, will be sent March and August and continues thrco up in nice style. "FIXING" THE RATIO. for the sake ot a few office seekers. free to any address for a short time weeks, aud third Monday in May and A Question HcKartllna; tlici Govern, Beaver Dam Gleaner At this season of the year colds November The Peru-n- a Drug Manufacturing by two weeks. Control of Money. inent Write yonr name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Res COUNTY COURT. generally affect the lungs worse than Company, Columbus, Ohio. The Bankers' jMairazlnc for itnrcli Room 2, Tribune IltrildinK, New York City, and sample copy olTHIJ Conilenaml Testimony. mi John P. Morton, Judge Hartlnrd. NRW YORK nt any other time. Dr. Bell's finds the origin of our present troubles WnBKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. Chas. B Hood, Broker and Manunr KiioiirIi. D. M. Hockcr, Clerk Hnrtlord. about silver In the demand that the will break a cold in less "George! Why are you here?" E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. ratio of its valuo to gold shall be deter- facturer's Agent, Columbus, Ohio, time than any known remedy, and it The fair Annabel McGulre descend-e- d mined by the government. It Is, how- certifies that Dr. King's New Discov. Court convenes first Monday in DIRECT FROM MILL TO WEARER, 71 to the parlor to greet the young ever, no proper part of tho duty of U10 ery has no equal as a Cough remedy. strengthensand invigorates the lungs each month. Which Snve3 you J Blc Profits. QUAItrERLY COUUT. name, and government to try to fix tho ratio of J. D. Brown, Prop. St. James Hotel, and bronchial tubes. For sale by Z man who had sent up his ') U Cmml$titn Hntt, Th mtlitattr. Th Jtbitr ttii Slcn Kttftr. values of the tw o Dictate. Wayne Grlffiu & Bro. Begins nn the third Monday In she greeted him with this question. Ft. Wayne, Ind , testifies that he was '"Being," snys the Bankers' MagaJanuary, April, July and October. e. E. ROSENBURGER & CO. 202-- 20 wanted to see you dear. zine, "commodities as well as money, cured oi a Cough of two years standNEW YORK C1T7. "Because I lor Hull- COURT OP CLAIMS. A scholarship in the Lexington I couldn't live another day without and being commodities before and after ing, caused by La Grippe, by Dr. Convenes tint Monday in January, A CUST0S UADS TO OftOEH OurOrutllirtslni they aro money, and being money sim- King's New Discovery, B. F. Merrill, Business College. A Fcholarshlp in and Tuesday after tho sceiud Monday looking in your sweet fact. SUITS) FOR I ply and only because they arc commodiin October "But you know what papa said?" USD'S JMsnlt Suits. Sl'ts 1 la IS. ties, and being commodities because Baldwinsville, Mass.. savs that he Bryant and Strntton BusinessCollege OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. "Yes," replied the young man bitwilt) extra pair of pants, J2.93 Gurcntinl t k m4t front Al Wool. I th ey have recognized and n t ri nslo vol uo has used and recommended it and A 'cholraship In King's Commercial G. 8. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Kn Sulphur College. A scholarship In Kenyon to forget it " Thw Svki rt GUARAN1 EH) lo U mtU from ImMrt! Prncy Mftrtwn. City. Uk, or bWrt independent of any action of govern- never new it to fail and would rather terly "I am not likely lorsrt Crmtot, tiK hi Wool UutIiH, In BlKk Blut. Guy. nd brawn, In ilmftofli Springs. ity1, lml with Imports K mrrStt'n I le jrrt of tit. Mi4 up ifcuMe brmlxl. with S.llof trlmmrl "He's a very determined man, too, ment, and even In the absence of gov- ha ire it than nny doctor, because it al- College. nt lor. in fMMhnl Apply this office and wcwill save CMuCdUt Unty tnbr.kltrl UntJ with bit BU .Krt TiUuf mimwr. You In Iht bm ol Cur tt to N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. ernment, and being therefore severally t.nnol ouolkjl. TwSI Sjtxn nd Pittnt V. thr Bindi. Trimming .M George." your lows frr tifcoo. Z. H. Shultn, School Supt. Hartsubject to all the laws of commodities, ways cares. Mr. Hemming, 222 E. you big money. ry tit. Sjm In su for th uto iiyrtrf. ThaumtitaoJamaJa forSumxmm. "Solinfer." Youth'', 11ft without S.lkf Colur. St.P.turatBtlm" tho law of variable supply and demand 25th St. Chicago, always keeps it at ford. W", HtlLOWf, rMI, UOlt 11 fft, V...U ireadathei "And when he said you must not and valuo among others, and theeo vari- hand and has no fear of Croup, be- MILES' FAIN sod Xeuralgia cured by Da, " L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur ThkStyl. J CO Pills. "Onu cent a dose." fcZ8t ."l"""" """1 5?JS 7? 50 come to see me or even think of me ations not being uniform for both met- cause it instantly relieves Springs. Free Tfcis "2 1 it is impossible that government Trial Bottles nt Williams & Bell's C. R. Campbell, Poorhoiise Fur Snlc. again until you had fitty thousand als, over 'fix' voutrM can 5 fr v C"" Strln I v the rntlo of their value. T i pu; tau- - v One ol Geo P. Tram's New Uni Kcepor, Hartford. dollars you could call your own; he "If, howecr. It should bo insisted Drugstore JU8TICE8' COURTS. versal Atlas. It is the very best and jiA i."L7mim A fa US ? XfrVryvW7 meant it, George." h,.... ...i that It is the function and duty of govrjfl A. S. Aull March 3, June , Sep'XiMflHEiskN ftj Wslil over I levV IrZS-o JT!I finest Atlas that is made Will sell ernment to (try to) fix tho rntlo of their Tlie Vnliipofn Dollar. "Yes assented the young man disVnt, .M 1 lffMW&3lW Iff "HSaI 1 I r A1, December 1. tember ( S iValuos, it would seem to follow as a from Crot.-- i JsWSjMCVA "If you can demonstrate to me that cheap for cash. Apply at this office. mally, "I suppose he did." I A nKassGCEXjirV tot JontB. Wilson March G, June 5, " logical conscqucnco that, since their J "And still you have dared his ,relatlvo value depends absolutely on the you can actually relieve distress with September 4, December 4. A r"" March 12, I vvPjve. ffflQLSLLUi C. L. WooliWAUD wrath." l Pi relative supply of tho two metals It Is a dollar, I will give you what you 7 iSl M0 June II, September 10, December 10. the primary and plain duty of govern- want " ir"" &ur. CQQjSS' LJ "Yes." l -- l Thrice-a-wee- k Jas A. Bowi 10 March 20. June A rich cynic thus answered a wo"And all for me George. For my ment to fix (regulate) their supply by ilfMWMu'ar;- W- -r oihi.i... controlling and operating the gold and 19. September 18, December 18. LrJ r 'I . will man who had come to him for old to 1 fiifr.J 4 scke." silver mines, the sources of their pro"uni ,h' B. F. Graves -- March 25, Juno '& i -- tk you duction. It should do both things or help the poor of their city. He hoped "Yes. love. My devotion for 20, September 23, December, 24. is so Intense that I have even dared neither, and It Is preferable that it to silence her and sent her away. said the "Will you come with to disobey your father and call on you should do neither. It is folly to expect jt to do the former without doing the woman, challenged inme," novel this For Nolo in his house." State or Ohio.Cityop Tolkdo. 1 latter." A desirable farm of one hundred J . I.ccas Couvtv, rz rjvissr K.11M on. oi nm o srKi Josi I r i ,l "But George you haven't saved This Is the truth of the matter In a manner, the man consented, and the xsp' m umt s. .ncnoraannKin4l'Mttjmi;t, r Eiprtte Honey Ordrr or KffUtrted Utlrn, lin Ur(rtt doPrRnk J Cheney makes oath that ff Mil H IHrrn1 iMr.M.nu- -- 8. that fifty thousand dollars yet, have nutshell. Unless the government first New York Times relates the outcome. acres, situated near Hartford, well ..tl.itblnWiy. .Ml(l.r. or tmill CJ watered, a good otched, two hundred he is the snlor pirtner of the firm ol "J (.tturrri la 6" SS f.VB) X for hta lit. Money chertfu.ly refundej IT flP V, O you?" asked the maiden as a flutter acquires all the mines In tho world and In a lew minutes the two entered not ulbliclory Snd n itimpt for urn bearing trees, good buildings.and in P. J & Co . dninu husinen decides how much silver and how much JVRr Kv " JI The lady, good community. For further par- in theCheney ol Toledo. Count v and pir t.pe meature. me..uring flinkl. ete ma ah J" of hope that possibly he might have gold are to bo produced yearly, It Is Im- an unsightly tenement. C &r City secured the money in some way, possible to maintain a ratio after It Is who knew her ground, led the man ticulars call at this office at once, tf State afortstid, mid that mid firm "fixed." France "fixed" it 150 Unit, up two flights of sta rs into a cheerwi.l pay the sum of ONE HUNURHD crossed her bosom. DOLLARS lor tach nnd every cae of but it would not stay fixed, and Franco less room. The floor and walls were "No," answered George simply. has at length the Catarrh that cannot be cured by the "How much have you saved United States abandonedtried effort. Tho absolutely barren. The only piece of has also use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. the experiGeorge." ment several times without success. It furniture, besides the bed, a chair and PRANK! CHENEY "Only seventeen dollars and sixty Is time the theorists were letting the a dilapidated table, was a small stove Sworn to before me and subscribtd matter alone. in my presence, this 6th dayoiDe iu which a scant fire was burning. eight cents." Do You CORRECT FIT? cember, A. D 1S86 Currency Evils. There was a middle aged man in "Oh, well I'll speak to papa myself. A. W. GLEASON Twenty-fiv- e trade associations met at the room with two children, each VOU nCCEIVC THE I thing that's near enough." ( SEAL f Young's hotel, In Boston, on, March 8 I The few Notary Tublic wand decided to petition congress to pass poorly and thinly clad. DM Volt Ever M v2rA" ft BEnEf.ts Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter5 YEARS Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for a bill authorizing the president to ap- dishes were empty. Destitution could ou the blood nally, and acts directl Ihe wonot, get a bottle point a banking and currency commis- hardly be more complete. your troubles? If tu r.Dinr nrnii nniun -- .. and mucous surfices of the system. sion. They demand the gold standard ORDERING YOUR SUITS AND OVERCOATS now and get relief. This medicine and tbo gradual retirement of the legal man accustomed to such pathetic Send for testimonials, free. was most J V. CllRMEV & Co , Toledo, O. has been found to be peculiarly adapttenders and favor the issue of currency sights, soon learned what Sold by drngnists. 75c & ed to the relief and and cure of all by the national banks to the par value needed, and Irom long experience, OF if HaII's family Pills ate the best of their bonds and a reduction of the she knew just what to purchase. Female Complaints, exerting a wonTHE 6REAT CHICA60 MERCHANT TAILORS. tax on circulation. They also recom"Please wait," she said to the rich derful direct influence in giving mend additional blinking currency, We guarantee to fit and please jou, end sare you I run around to the Wasthi To borrow $600 00 on none;. strength ard tone to the organs. It based on assets, under national super- man, 'while property woith 4 times the amount 300 NEW SAMPLES TO BEU.ECT FROM vision, safe, elastic and redeemable in store." you have Loss of Appetite, ConstipaELY'S CREAM nAr.II IsmpodtlToenre. Full of compassion f.r this mute Apply Into the nortrils. It quickly borbd. en Cull on or nldress A B , care TllK tion, Headache, Fainting Spells, or gold, and the establishment of banks with a capital of $23,000 or more In suffering, the geutleman waited. In cents st Dmirgtiti or by null ; umpire 10c br null. Republican Haitford, Ky. are Nervous, Sleepless, Excitable, BLT UROTUgKB, M Wsrrtn 8L, New fork Clt J. small towns and villages. The one ImMelancholy or troubled with Dizzy portant thing Is that they demand ac- a quarter of an hour a large grocer's tion. The future of the currency ques- basket, filled to the brim, was brought Spells, Electric Bitters is the mediSoon the little stove cine you ueed. Health and Strength tion Is very dark, but there- Is one con- into the room. 3 Is Notwithstanding our burnt-ou- t luntJuiy wo aro still headquarters tor all are guaranteed by its use. Fifty cents sideration that encouraging, and that threw out comforting beat, and the is tho appearance) among tho classes diodor of food gave grateful oheer. and $1.00 at Williams & Bell's Drug kinds of rectly suffering from the free silver "Do you think this charity well Store. agitation of an organized effort at cur' asked the woman, as they rency reform. That is something new. bestowed? The Farmers' life v. the ProfessExchange. left. lWet quality ot Htecl and Chined Plows, ilotli Walking and Ilidlug Brokers. ional Mnn,. The 'arniers and farmers "Indeed, I do," came the answer iretter Banking; I'ncltKles Needed. I'lanters, Hiding and Walking Cultivutors with and Corn Drill, CLeck-roDiscussing the poor credit and bank- with r suspicious tremor in the voice. boys who are so prone to condole without tongues, Dim Harrows, Fencing Wire plain and barbed, Osburno rewith and complain of their hard lot ing facilities ot the west and south beHe took Is the list " "Well, here fore the last meeting ot tho American Muwors aud liiuder,IIuber Threshing Machine, Traction tugiuoe. All nbuvo in life, we commend the rt flections Kconomlc association, Mr. Thomas O. it and read. We quote it word for Iiupleiiients are guarautcod to be ut the best quality. Firtt-oiarepalriug expressed by Win. H. Seward while Shearman said; word: g ut al kiud. dno prompt'y. a specially, aUo n full lino of In the 11 souUiern states it Is Impos- 2i prunds coal he was Secretary ot State under Lin20 of the farmers icrtillzurg lor tobacco. You will find us at i'iir old, sluud on First and coln. In conversation with a friend sible that 06 could have any bank accounts or could 2 bundles kindling " Kailruiid St. Cotuo in nud soe us. Note Heads, Letter Heads, Mr Seward said: 15 ever draw checks In payment for their Half pound tea "You know my lot has been called retail transactions. In the recent cam- 2 loaves bread 08 Statements, Dill Heads, by men successful, perhaps one to be paign the successful candidate received 2 pounds oatmeal oS Circulars, UliAVEIt DAM, KY. Business Cards, envied, I began life as a lawyer with the totes of S3 states, tlus defeated can- 2 pounds beuf for stew . .14 didate the votes of 2. Thc23 stotes hold Dodgers, VUiting CartU, a good prlctice in Western New York. Half pound f ugar 05 02 per cent, of all bank deposits and deI became State Senator Irom on of positors. Deducting from tho other 22 Gallon kerosene oil 10 I Horse Bills, Wedding Invitations, the richest agricultural sections ot states the silver states ami a few large Measure potatoes 08 Jack Rills, Piescription Blanks, , that State; then the highest State oN cities, tho remaining vast agricultural 1 quart milk 04 seSSre section of the country, having 40 per fice was bestowed upon me, and for cont, .02 of the population and 75 per cent, Small bg salt . . several years I was governor of that of the area, lux loss than 4 tier cent ot I box m;itchs o WflLTHAM BICYCLE, great State. After that I represented the bank deposits and dvposltors. This first-elns- s suggests what was tho real grieancoof , in the United States Senate the rich-MODEL A, 1007 ToUl $1 00 this matw of voters, although they did eft and most popular commonwealth With ut (s'tptlnn thr man of not themselves understand It. Their in the Republic; and now I am Secre banking facilities are proportionately money took a dollar till and hxndrd Thr popular frbtels have Ihe patent three ball bearings, only of the rust of tho it I tho KKd vtoinaii, nnd the next tary of State, holding vnt power ml carry full guarantee of the American Waltham Co., WaltBSBi, Maaa Weatiro Salnroom 165 Madlaou Street, most 'momentous period of country. the Ctilcag9. 111. (where the vrheela may be examined al auy day Mie received his check for thcu time To the five persona eendlng the Ave longeat liita of CoiitlenM0 Japuneaw IIIatorj nur country's history. All oQici.il KNOt.Iill worila. armed from the six letters In the name sand like it of the popular magailne "TllK OWL," by MAY IS, honor save one has been profetred edThe Japanese government has adoptThe LnouUdge ol what one dollar Co. aend one Iheae tho gold standard. Tbo Japs are the 1007. The Owl Vubll.hlnr twliewill the Mine olword aud Uae no teller In me. With all tin rxrwieuce before most progreeshe people of theorist. All am scIumII) Hecntup'ish to relieve dis omit proper names and abbreviations. To enter conteit you ruuit subscribe for "THK OWI. " for one year. I'rlce, me and within tuy oivn b.wuui till, is progressive nations lire on the gold tiess and biiug hiiptnek to the poor 4oecnts. Kcmltbvr O Money Order orlwocntatamoa. ae sure and mention Ihla paper Should there be more than five persons lending; the happiest lot I cm with tor my basis. Porneroy (O.) Loader. uraj restrain our hands from Joolirh the same number of wonla, the aelectinn will he made accordiiiir lo the dale lists sons; Nearly all ohilled countries have cjitr.tvag To be owners of good farms sre mailed Address, THE OW L, Usloa Square, New York City inc. In these days, whin wtll stocked, out of de'it. and know turned from a silver to a gold standard honutt poverty is crodiug about ui, THE OWL 18 FOR SALE ON ALL NEW8TAND8. PRICE S CENTS, None has ' nobody more than Uu miles from during the post century. it Is nuthing less than cruel to throw turned from gold to slher. home. "There Is not a slher standard country to) many ot our dollars away tor The Republican and the Louisville Cororufrclnl. . . .81 25 TZLEOHAPKy, PEHUAHsillP, ETO." ltxtravagnnt in which Interest rates aro not higher purely selfish luxuries, The llrmlil mill Mr. IllrU. .. 1.50 " aud expenditures hold the germs ol disasthan In gold countries. In reply to nn editorial in a lecent . X 1.75 " and ter. In their lull Irultege they give iwueof the Herald we desire to say n An Ancient Sale, stand-ai1 25 birth to ifuuincy, lower moral " that we fall to see its "fair treatment" ami New York Tribune Hewitt Cat Ho i ere once used as btimulate nvy, and incite tocUl and think thai its "not intending to Who dosiros to bettor bis or bor condition In life, should writo for " and Louisville Daily Post 2 75 Jewltt And I suppose when you and political rtV)lution. vuu uuiuiug uo OI uu provoke discussion" rnuindi in of n went to a sale you saw a the money tnat used ihe cat's paw to cird leading: "Marked Down . ws 0XjXaaail.3n. to One Ho. 409 T1UHD BTUBBT, tOUIBVILLD. KY. pinl put out of the flip, lut olciu m, Calf. Former Price One Cow." u Pe-ru-- Hartford Republican. provoking d. 00 me ueram proposes 10 cuwiuii. assist the gentleman in assaulting Melhodlstlstu, slurring n large and r ptciAblc body of chr'stmns and defending Presbyterianism, but wants no Iscuselon. Thinks they ore not g od especially when a defense is 111 idc. One might think its editor was distantly related to the Presbyte rians or "estrangement" would lime occurred to his mind when the mam script that preceded mine came Into his hands. Wc assure the editor that wc have felt naught but kindness toward him, despite his accusation ot us being mad, and his slurs at our christian spirit, but think his conduct In this matter, to say the least, not comPersonally he has done mendable. us no wrong and we admit treated us courteously, but we have not been purporting to defend ourtclvcs, but our church, (which has been bitterly assaulted) and the name ot its Iron orcd founder. Having done this through the kindness ol the Rerun-UCAwe now retire with best wishes to all. We stated that Mr. Hick's article was a misrepresentation of Mr. Wesley. In Mr. Hick's reply he informs us that he is not the author of "I never use the term sinless perfection," but assures us that Mr. Wesley is. This we grant. The printer having the name Hicks in part 1st and 2nd in our article when it should have been Wesley. But it looks like Mr. Hicks has wilfully and knowingly misrepresented Mr. Wesley, for he states positively in his first article that Mr. Wesley taught "sinless per ftction" and in the last assure us that Mr. Wesley never used the term. This looks like contradiction In Jesus, U. S. Tabor, 1 N wULuoluouht of Derao-Popocrat- R Constipation pa. I ICsC'j COHMERCUL :rg.ntt:K,ct:o.oo COLLEGE Hood's F Ilia SHORTHAiNI) INSTITUTE on Stia eu. OTsTO- - 3Prl33L. f If1 I !. I1&! flit, o. Demo-Popocrat- ONE YEAR IIAUTFOiin REPUBLICAN, 1 y iom, $5.00 $2.98 1 m8 ' fiS t 1 The and N. Republican World Y. for $1.65 per year. rJ ton ih '"! 3ri I lif.M y vJ J 'nfl "fci-' n V ni qSbbsa J?5BEr rG j' son tf 1 , , "'". Subscribe for The Republican and get lOOOOOOOOOOOl isr? all the news. 8 WHO IS YOUR TAILOR? Get a - - r. 20 success BORN & Co. 1 fJti. AJMAS. 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