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With what cart, therefore, should the Expectant Mother be guarded, and how great the effort be to ward off danger and make her life joyous and happy, .,T r ..-..- A A M aVu. . ,.Aw "Notliingr else like it:" The moit rcfrijelnc and pleasant Soap lor the skin. JfieeaeaeaeaeeaeiieeIeaeaeaeaeieeaey.Hk .. - - " W - .. -.- .. lfc.il ft "Wj MN.mSIOM DISTRICT. II M. II.. ' ' II OFFICIAL OROAK OF THE MIT IK THE FOURTH MOTHER'S FRIEND allays all re- VOL. IX. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1897. NO. 40. GlITANEOUS m 'almost married. fWvlW, ASHfiik lieves the Cramp ''itUbinB land Nau- Headache 3, sea, and so fully prepares the system that Childbirth is made easy ana trie jimc ot recovery shortened many say ' stronpor after than before confinement. It insures safety to life of both mother and child. All who have used Mother's Friend " say they will never hwjthout It again. No other remedy robs confinement of its pain f "A ce.toreer if hot wife nied M other Friend.1 h co MTiau If titers had to lAt throegb Iho ordeal were apaln, and four bottles to be obtained, and tb con wa SIMM per bottlu.li would nave them.' Oso.Iarroif, Dajtcnfobla gent by Mall.on Meelrit of nrlce, 1 1.00 riCR ROT-TLHook to EXl'KOTANr MOTHERS" dmiiu irrm upon application, containing rat. liable Information and voluntary testimonial, Th oAonti.t hequwtoh co , atunt,oasm ay au, DKvseiere. - ther taey bring ron w.atte. Botort jrear key.. Wubiegton, D Ib.lr I.I cm and net ot (wo hundred inrtntloo waaUd. Wanted-f- in - iey "idea S&syfflK . thing patent! to Cor S 1,000 REWARD! The above reward will b paid for ptoof of the exigence of. a better LtEIMtHT than BAXIlll.tll. or a better V.cmu fenudr tl'n MERCHAIT'I W01M TUttTJ, Sold TOjwbera, UcKhut'a Oergllnz, Oil Co. Loekport,N.T..U.aAi charge, (hi fee not dae till patent la aactircd. A PaMfMltT, - Jlw to m lain KliJ rot ni aaae In tba U. S. and forcia ooaatnatC WTO MV AHWO and Trade-Mar- k obtained and all Pat-.BliriH.inHvnuini.iiitii M.DIHHTK FCCS. oppoeirr U, a. pavtanr orncr. Own Orrieci iiitvi can areata pat.uila fcaa tune thaa tooac itbwi inm nniuniwu, or pV.to., with deecrip-Read ioJtL draaiag ' fan. We aavite. If paternal a or ix t. tie or C.A.SNOW&CO. OfP. PTINT OffiCt, mi WAiMiNOTON. -- i D. C. SHe-- - AUSTIN P. HOTEL 0. AUSTIN, M'K'r., 531 West Markot Stroot De twoon 5th and Oth, 'It before. It was perhaps a bold fight THE FOUR BASONS, nearer the Kentucky ideal than you had seen. This quality ol the figure Had tho Magistrate and tho was certainly due to an infusion of the Ab Viowod by tho Doctor, King, but no Llconso. Art- Denmark grace. The toil was the oth-e- r , There was nn ally chief beauty. is. An aged colored couple from the grace In the carriage of it which rePoiaf'ereated a great deal of amuse- in In (ltd you ol the tottunate work of ,i7773 ment in Magistrate Olmttead's couiv some aichitect of genius. Weolten see in '(he magazines re "What yesterday afternoon. have you done to him? ' I said, refer productions Ql fain Qus paintlngS'tep- When they entered their faoes were .iu ,.. ,t. ....r.i iui.iM.. .lit. riuentttirr ttit?Xnr '&AKnne They wreathed In smiles, and, walking up which the tall was held "Nothing," are generally persaWed hy beautilul e to the 'Squire, who was sitting at his said the farmer; "as you drive out the women, an (he typicjd spring is desk, they shyly Informed him that you will see his old dam In the-'- , erally a young "fei. She Isbouyant Along pasturfl to the left, and you will see j and elastic, hcrejefare fullof fite, they wanted to be mariied with this information the old man that she carnes just the same tail that , her form Ussom aM graceful Her gave a large brass ring', which looked he does" I did look at the mare on cheeks fiti'sh wlthfficalth and there as though it had been in use for years, the way out, and it was so. This breaths Irom tbe jcguvas the intpi of radiant heafjM lie whispered in u low lone that hu carriage of the trtll is alco a Denmark would pay the 'Squire for his services. characteristic. It is said, It Is trueTf w4Jsjpetinies see our next Saturday night. This was all that this tail has been transmitted to young omen In- - such a state ol satisfactory, and the ceremony was the Kentucky horse from the Arab health in the spring time; but it lapiepared lor progenitor ot the Bng.ibh thorough- the exception. Depression and Ian After they had joined hands and bred, and that the trait Is due to the gour are generally in evidence and 'Squire O! mat cad had assumed that fact that the hair was not allowed to the drooping, listless figure ot the dignified look which headways wears grow upon the tnll of an Arab till he school girl, the housewife, are seen on such occasions, he remembered that was five years old; tbe custom of in nearly every home Pertett health they had given him no license. keeping the (ail shaved, observed is rare in any season, but this is esthrough many generations, made it pecially so in the spring. The great "White Is your Hceme?" "Ma what?" inquired the old man. thus light anil easy held up. Harp- majority of the people need a tonic in the spiing. There arc a great many "Why, your license, of course." er's Weekly. tonics and they arc all taken by the "I ain't got none. Don't know Many lives have been saved by the people to a greater or lrss extent. whatdat Is." "Well, I can't marry you uatil you timely use of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar I But the one that seems most popular Honey. When a cold creeps upon at this time ol the year is get one." you, or a cough racks your lungs, no ''How much is it goln' to cost, It strengthens the weary body, invigremedy is so prompt or effectual. orates the nerves and clear the mind. mister?" Can be given to children with perfect - "Only a dollar." It leaves no bad cflcct upon the sysbenefiThe tem when it is discontinued. "A dollar! Why, I ain't got mo'n safety and is sure to produces cial results. For sale by Z- - Wayne fact of the efficacy ot asa two hits." Bro. spring tonie'ls becoming more widely There was nothing more to say.and Griffin & known every spring. More Pesru-nalter thinking a moment the old man I"ree Villa. said to the woman, who was thrown Send your address to II. 15. Buck-le- n is being taken this spring than ever Into confusion by tbetnrn things had & Co , Chicago, and get a free before The people have learned that 'Well. Tildie, I 'spect We sample box of Dr. King's New Life it is unfailing, and so do not experts taken: had jus' as well go home, for it dat Pills. A trial will convince you of tnent; but immediately buy cer'raony's goin' to take all dat mon- their merits. These Pills are easy in when the old listlessness of "spring ey I guess we'll have to do without action and pre particularly effective in fever" oveitakes them. it, it vou was so sot on it." Any one who desires Dr. Hartman's the cure ot Constipation and Sick The old woman looked grieved, and Headache For Malaria and Liver latest book on this and kindred snb in a low tone the old man remarked: troubles they have been proved inval- jects may obtain one freeby addressDrug Manufactur"lust tink ob dc greens and jowl uable. They are guaranteed to be ing The dat'llget." 'This pacified her aud perfectly irec from every deleterious ing Company, Columbus, Ohio. they lrft as if two ceremonies had substance and to be purely vegetable. The Hay issue ol the College News Courier Journal. been perlormed. They do not "oaken by their action, published by the American Business tone to stomach and Dr. Bell's cutes but by giving College, Omaha, Neb , will contain a coughs and colds. It sooths the air bowelsreatly Invigorate the system. large number of testimonials from passages. It heals the - bronchial Regular siic 25c per box. Sold by student and graduates ol the A. B. C strengTmftTS- - weak lungs. Williams & Bell Druggist will b most tubes. RntWTauJho $ . gen-gat- ess-io- n a. a Pe-ru- nn Pe-ru-- na It Louisville, Ky. K. I,. HAKltR CcbhkS: I AND T. O. 1MKRK. Lotiisvillq Dental Co., builds up the tissues. It enables the blopd to receive its proper supply of oxygen. For sale by Z. Wayne . i While the American Business CoN lege, Omaha, Neb , now offers to give a eomplete business course by mail free of institution, we would advise onr young people to investigate the matter and profit by it. 11.1 Headache in 20 Dr. Mllea'JPU In aro guaranteed to ttor mlnutos. "Ooo cent a dcae?' ('( Kentucky and Kansts prominently represented. Whenever a druggist tells you he has something just as good tor coughs, colds, gup, etc., s Dr he is think riell.s ing of his proffis and not et your welfare. We make th&ffeuulne nmlnu.' thnrize nil druggists (o 'g'uk'rajSee it to be the best on eatth. TiieTB. It. Sutherland Medicine Co, Paducah. Ky. Porsale by Z. Wayne Griffin OWEIVSI30RO, KY. Gold Crowns iSiof.7 Porcelain Crowns . via- 3to 5 Meat Mt of teeth (no bMtertaaite . no rnnlter bow much you pay) . $8 up Gold fillings 4W.M.t. & Dro. Silver filling 75c Kxtracting, pel tooth 35c Palnla extracting with Vitalized Air 50c RxtractioR Irsc when Artificial Teeth are ordered. Office permanent lv located ...$! Wanted-- An Writ vnd of two rrotact Tour tdii thr mj trloy roa wwith. . CO "l'tnt Attr-MrJOnK WKIISUfiUIlM W Mb lot ton, I). Uor thlr jl JUj iirlM offaf Uat Idea w &ss bmi(tft uVMUtf&a wuiCftL GRDVE V JL-- (Still i5 FAT ill .1111 a !. nr .mMfl.' 7r,t Br owl' .5 nuflflnlv 4k Types of Kentucky HutlilleIlorers. Kentucklans have bred saddle-horsfor beauty and charms, and have got them. There is n charm about the Kentucky horse that nti other American horse has. No oth er animals I have tr ?t in the country exist in tbe memoiy with quite be fascination ot cettain horses I have seen in Kentucky. There was for instance, a few miles from Lexington, a roan gelding that bad this fascinaHe had the tion to a high degree. graceful Kentucky characteristics and yet with a Uifljrencc . Ills beau ty appeared patticularly Intheslnpc of therump and in the tarriage ol the Mil. There was as exquisite trick in the conformation of the quarters. "Chaimtng and very Kentucky," you said, as you looked at them, and yet you lelt you had ueverseen qujte that es Where, Oti Where. Where, oh where has the young man gone whose graduation clqtliea were put on sometime along the last of May and who owned the world for a day? And where is the sweet girl graduate who chanted an essay dread with fatr. and Started nut with a gig gling frown to turn the whole world upsir'e down? And where is the last, year's candidate who had things fix ed up for last year's slate? Who carried arqund as you'd believe a couple of couutiesln his sleeve And where is the scribe with a vaulting will who tried n long felf want to fill, and coutted sheckels ami renown with a in a burgcols town? a minion The lad has divided the world up fair, and holds but his own eight billionth shaie; the sweet girl grad is the a. grand surprise and conquers world with e)l made pies; the candidate with the deathless "gall" is fixing himself for another tall; while the journatist with the haughty crest has gone the way of hat year's nest. So year, by year and day by day the word rolls on in tbe same' old wdy; the balloon that is biggest round about is the flabbiest rag when the gas Is out. Robt. J. Burdetle. how to" find out. . Fill a.bottle or common water glass with urine and let it stand twenty-joubouts; a send intent of settling indicates a diseased coudition of tbe kidneys. When mine stains linen it is nositive evidence of kidney trouble Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the back, is also convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder ore out of order. r der bill sufficiently n ft to bretk ensl-- 1 OREDIT FOR FARMERS. ly." writes Mrs S T Rorer In her Continuance of Preeenl Condltloa ev cooking lesson on "The Cooking of Xllatlnct llnrdahlp to Agriculture. Poi'try," in the May Ladit' Home I Wo havft lately given some accounts of operation ot agricultural banjts in Journal. "The Usual inlrs f r oasts ' the Europe, whidh have done very much for ing and baking will apply to ducks tlvo farming alam by malting it possible and geese They conti In, however, for it to secure loans on such security much more fat than either turkeys or an farmers ean offer. Tho farmer is especially In need chickens, this, melting while they forvnl mMAt nlunimof orcdlt, for tho la lift tv.tUe.lfl'pral.iA areroisting. may be saved lor frying twecn tho preparation of tho soil and purposes and use in place of buttc. the harvesting of the crop. He must ItniLi-a- d ol uslnir breatlcruitiha as spend money a long time before 'he aB.c dressing for ducks of geese use pota bachJUMtm1t ?-- -, carryproducts, ""J may to. For a medi,umsiud duck allow lt)ff ou a w)icre 1Uo gtocU u d tour potatoes or two cup- - turned over but, onoo a year. Further- fuls ol mashed potatoes. While the more, as a crop matures all oer tho at tho ri season, and genor-- , potatoes are hot and add to weeks, It la a ally within a period cup ol chopped Enplhh 'particularly Important to the former tbem one walnuts, aleaspoonful of salt, half's that ho should not be compelled tore- cup of chopped ccleiy, and a alt- - Mt otfhta hancsU Immediately. Ho ' " spoonful of pepper. When thorough- - Vj,uld to sell all T crops as .rZT. his the gathered, ahd yet ho must eell a good ly mixed put the dressing 4ucic or goose, sew up the vent, and f deal, for ho has been under expense for l t me 1. .11.. mnnUii without nnv income. ih ia icuujr tu iusv. TL. pcvuuor VVT.Ha ftiA fann,t trwrA t.hnli nJtnnAt by the celery in the any flavor impatted otier producer needs credit, ho roast'ug glres a tame duck much the cannot offer commercial se flavor of a wl'd one One of the curity, and real cstato Is not a good security for ordinary banks of discount choice dishes among German-Americto take, and It Is unlawful for our nopeople is goose stuffed with sauer tional banks to accept it. The. result kraut. The sauerkraut is washed Is that the farmer Is usually, compelled thoroughly and soaked ovet night in to sell his produco at an unprophtious cold water, then stuffed intothegoosc.x time or to get credit of merchants and uanjeora lor the goose trussed and cooked slowly ' private, aro obtained. wnica usurious rates In this country Our method of insttuction by mail there has boon practically no effort to supply this need for agricultural credis highly recommended by our paits, although the brokers and prlvato trons. Send for testimonials and list bankers and factors who have made ot names and addresses of students. a practloo of lending to farmers havo of money It is free. The American Business made a great deal competitionout of it, enables for tho abuence of College. Omaha, Neb. tbem to get a high rate for money, and generally pays his Ex President Harrison, in gaining the farmer pretty debts. two important cases before the SuIt is singular that In our own counpreme Coutt. shows that he is capable try no effort has been made to afford of capturing larger game than either agriculture fa general tho capital it needs for tho Improving of land and fish and ducks for carrying on farm operations during Remember we do the very best Job the lor Intervals betvreen the annual arkethig of crops. The changed con.,., . .W...rt ....UQ, ,1 dltioua of the times malto it imperative f...'.U0 U that farming- - must be conducted upon for Fifty Ccnta. mora scientific principles bo as to get Guaranteed tobacco habit euro makes vreak men atrong, blood pure c,(l AUdrugglats. out of the land more than It has hereGet a nickel's .worth of nitrate of tofore produced, and that necessity leaves no alternative but cither to afford liver at a drug store and put in a tho farmer enlarged credit facilities or tumbler of water irom Ibe well. If to leave tho present landowners to be the water Is pure it will remain clear. frozen out by Insolvency, with the reIf impure it will turn milky. In sult of transferring this industry to aclassposseeslngamplermeans and able this simple manner you can know If to cultlt afe larger farms upon improved your well needs cleaning and possimethods. Journal of Commerce ami bly head off a runot typhoid fever. Commercial Bulletin. Don't forget after yon are through A BAROMETER. with the test to throw the inixtate Showing; Dates When Various Com-ti- e away for it is deadly poison and leaves Adopted the; Gold Standard. a stain on your hands and everything it touches. that 1 Y good-size- loiitr NurscrABaih 4 TratrAinuinie res nu JSoar 4 Price 25' ? It fasts twice as long; as others. A trial will convince you of iti great merit. Will pie. i. the moat l.itldlout. CHARLES F. MILLER, Mir. of FRUNCII MILLCD TOILUT SOAPS AND PDRFUMnRV, Lancaster, Peno. ltSTAnWSHBD, PR'jFEMlONAJ. . 'I . . . 18A9. V . ii ' v CARD. 7 ',", ' ! I I 1 UARTFOItn, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties", and court of Appeals. (Jpccral attention given collections. Office-- east sido of pill Hbavrin. HEAVRIN JT AW f pulli-squar- I M. L. SUM.nv Taywr. an Attorneys at Ldw HARTFORD, KY. & TAYLOR, Attorney at Law Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in all tho courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public, ! "rtJ TT., I viuuo, iu II vuiuuierciai xioioi. Perry Westorfield, Beaver Dam, Ky, H. B. WEDDING Hartford, Ky. "l Attorney -- 1... ... Hw ,J. ' ICY, Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and atlioiniugcounties Careful attention will be given to a business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Oho County Bank. AIbq Notary Public. HARTFtillD, at Law, HARTFORD, ICY. Will practice his profession in tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn ties. Special attontion given to col lections. Office in Courthouse. 3?JE33lXjT Attorney at X.eiw, DES. 3E- fuvinty Atlornevl -- o 4 If C to Cure Ccnetlpatlon Forever. Take Cuaoarats Candy Cathartic. lOo orSSo. O. fallto cure, drugRiata refund money. Japan 1WJ i lltnlli Austria-Hungar- WHAT ppr There is comfort in the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish'fu relieving pain ldneys, liver, bladder itl the back, and eveiy part of the urinary passages. It corrects inability to hold mine and scalding pnin in passing it, or bad effects following use of liquor, wine or bear, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate. The mild aud the extraordinary eflect of Swamp Root is soon realized It stands the highest lor its wonderful cuies ot the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the best Sold by diuggists price fifty cents and For a sample bottle anil one dollar pamphlet, both sent free by mail, mention ThhHatpord RnroBMCAN and send yourjfill posteoffice address N. to Dr. Y. Tbcw proprietors of this paper TO DO. Honduras not a good idea to take a pisv y tol to church, especially If yon are Habie to be called on to lead lu prajer. Xloumanta, Jonah Crosby, &1 South Carolina, a .Jtl..... member of tbe church, went to ptayer Finland ?..,. Holland meeting one night recently and was Switzerland nelglum Oreeco called on to lead the devotional exercises. Just as he knelt down to offer Italy , up his petition to the Most High, his Norway ,...... J pistol slipped around in his way. Sweden , uenmarK When he went to change its position United States (adootsi J the blamed thing went off , --ehot him Germany ., in the leg and frightened the whole ,. rorttwal ...' congregation out of their wits. Jonah United States (accepts).. ., will pray standing up for awhile, and Australia will perhaps hereafter leave his shootllrextl ing iron at home. It is Chill rsanto uomtngo A.. .,. 1895 ISM irot lsM KY. attention efveri to col- O lections, making abstracter Ac, aleo Notary Public lor Ohio County, OfHco North side of public square. OPEOIAL Attorney ai Law HARTFORD, R. JNO. B. WILSON, 169? 1SD0 Attorney at Iaw Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in' all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. E. LEE S1MDIEHMAN, 1871 1S77 1S7 1876 1870 1S7 187S 1K6 187) 1873 1S73 1S73 1ST! 1851 1869 IBM Attorney at Law, Hhrtford, Ky., Will practice and adjoining tention given to his care. building. his profession in Ohio counties. Special atto all business entrusted Office in Republican J.B. VICERS, 18U 18U guarantee the genuineness tf this of fer to $$ per week cast You work right around home. A brand new thing. Write to us quukl You will be surprised at how easy it can be done. Send us your address anyway. It will be to your Interest to Investigate, Write Address, "People's" 3941 Market St, Philadelphia. $25 Aurnts: - Canada United Sftes(pf cUcallyX. U ll O. UHtaln (absolutely). O Urllain fnre.ctlcuIlyl.17Si a. Britain (oxp'rlm'm'liyl int Aitorneat Iaw HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice in all tho Courts ol Ohio' and adjoining counties. Special atOffice tention given to collections. with County Attorney. ARMISTEAD JONES, 1H m-n- . ' r iy WiinIW baa demomtrated ten thonund time that It ll almixl Infallible FOR WOMAN'S PECULIAR "'' It- - ft iVwi'vir TASTELESO 1 WEAKNESSES. derangemanta. irrefularltlei and leading remedr tbe for ihl" cU of trouble. Iteteru f, wonderfully healing, atrengthen-a- t and aoolhlng Influence upon the uenatrual organ. It curea and falling of the womb. "whlt.t"flooding and rellerca eup-It atopa '1 I 1nh1s OAtATiA Ilia, Not 1M893, et. Pal ifadlolna To., nULool, Mo. to) boUl.. at Ion roar Wa aoDilxnoo QllOVjye TASTULlWt) CMU, TONIC aiU hti. bouatit tbrao riom alraadr blay.ar In all urn ea rear.. In tbe drug bu.inwu. tiara S.rl.oca of It an article that rave itu u uulrerial .atta xsun truir Xaolloa a rou Tonic P-.- r WARRANTED. PRICE IOJU8TA3COODFOnADULT8. BO NIC cto. HarVrajgtaJUefR craned, and painful rninalruatlon. For Chang of Life It la the belt wedlclue made. It la beneficial daring pr.gnasor, and help, to orisg cuiiar.n 1010 nouf. oarrca.. :or reare. 11 lavifforatc., eiiniu-at.alieneth.n. Cbe lehole era- tera. Thla great rcroadr la offered Why will to ail afflicted women any woman Buffer another nilnuta wita aenaiu reu.x witnta reacnr Wine of Oardul onljroo.ta f 1. 00 per bottle at jour drag .tor.. JVr edvUt, tn eaiet re9u(Ki, reectel illnc- -aiMrtu, einne eytnpuim., iMaur wtdriiorv Vfeneuni." (laatbiiuv4 Uxi- nan. fcin. Rtr.l W SMITH. Camc.a, I.C l Kama "Mi oil u.14 Win. .1 Ciidul nab ana: It for Ulilng at the tlrl, cured air." ikmu, Caoh sale by Williams St Dell CO, mkmMBMum:mm jBi(eJuPr mImJw m Hingis i. tit ih .mil wmMussBXiPBSm&arzx" tyw country. ance of the United States, he will no ! New York is to have a new custom tice no excessive restlessness among new mint. the people because ol the inaction of J Jiouse and Philadelphia, Dtug,Store. ITv'n indicia! use of both the ReDUbli- - ...- . ... Inaction of the . , QJlie use of the surgeon's knife Is becans wm begin paying oB.the.publlc Sguate that is lufHtng their temper. coming; so general, resulting fatally IHil Yom liver Tiilnlt That tt'lflnd word put, out at Inter- aeot in 1000 aonars uciore ineyeorrThe House.did oromntly all it was In such a Urge number of cases, as to occasion general alarm. , est brings back a a 'enormous peicent-ag- e IfjOO. coifed in special Session to dopifthe if Mr. William Walpole.of WaUhtown, of love and npptechHlon? Bori kinds of Democrats, wltt'make Senate will dot the, same and allow South Dakota, writes? "About That hough a lovtng thought may speeches this week in horior'ol Thom- Congress to WJ mr'n. Senator Moran three years ago, there came under my left eye a. little blotch about the not seem tofcc apprecutfcd it h yet as Jeflsrffcn. outgone disavows his may be assured that it will make the size of a small pea. Itgrewrapldly.and jnade you better and brayef becatite protective ideas and the olher repttdl- - people happy, although they may be hooting pains ran of It? I deprived ol a ton" or two Or his alts Bis sound money principles. In every direction. That the little act of k'mjness'lrtid I became alarmed NicaraSince X8S7 Uncle Sam has built) speeches about Cuba and' the and consulted a tboughtfulneM day by day arwttflly twelv&war ship?, and each has been gua canal good doctor, who of good"-1awaasWl greater than an immense act pronounced It can- tequlred. faster ihan the contract 1 Ail exchange remarks tnat moie nessoncen yeai. rjC er, and aaia tnat it The swiftest ol all Is the Minneapolis, Vmutt DC cut out. That to be 'always polite to tbe, which called for twenty oneknots and j t ang men ate Irarolug trades lu the This I would not people at home Is not only more ladypenitentiaries than outside o! them, consent to, having r trial made ovet refined than, having little faith In tbe like, but beeauqe. we are tiyiug to make clerk's, trip. Readand lawyer out of matetiat In- Imllscrttrdnateusa of theknlfe.by B. 8. "company manners?" ing of the many cures made St. Louis' bank clearings go right dcetols ,to talk'' pleasantly That tended for blacksmiths, carpenters HI determined to irlve that medicine qn increasing, despite th,e floods l a trial, and after I had taken it a few about nothlrlg in particular is niireat I ., business. The and other trades lor mechanics. " aays, the cancer tiecame ttrumcu saVin?tjiiiiga which interrupt art and prevents you began to discha rge. This after oleaiintra in the week iufit ended Haw dear to the heart Is the old leaving, av small scab, which 1 that you biay tegrgf 's'tfgw a handsome increastoer those yellow pUnipVjn. when orchards are finally dropped: off, and only a hetby That to judge otiybogy by their per- of the corresponding time lost year, barren of btufun' of pies. When little scar remained to mark the place sonal dppeHrancc stamps you as not although Hie destruction by the high t&rches and apples have both been a where the destroyer had held full sway. vujgar? only ijrnoratjtr hut water in the region tributary to this milure andberrie but few have greetReal Blood Remedy, That to talk about you t sell and olty is much greater now titan tt was ed our eyes, how londly we turn to is vety tiresome for the peoCancer ia la the blood' and t folly thn. Globe Democrat tbe fruit of the corn field, tbe fruit toexpect an operation lecitre.t. ple who liatttn? ' jrtto " That to be wittv at the expense ol Tlie l'raper Way to Itoaat Duck ami that our children are taught to de- retueay eyeir spise the old yellow pumpkin, the diseasqollor blood. somebolv else is aiiielty many times? Uee.e. tho "Prime ducks must be fat and mud covered pumpkin, the big bel- Books mailed free; That tbe ability to keep a Itlend in address Swift Spe much greater th in that lequired to young, the lower part of the legs and lied pumpkin that make such good cific Co., Atlanta, and the un- - pies webbing of the leet soft, gam? Qa, Your Coy Wont Live a Monili, , o Mrs Oilman Brown, of 34 Mill St., South, patduer, Ma. , was told hy the doctors, His son had Lung trouble, iollowlng Tbphoid Malaria, and he spent three hundred and seventy-five dollars with doctors, who finally gave him up, saying: "Your Ho- - tried boy wont Pr. King's new Discovery aud a few bottles restored him to health and him to go to work a pertectly well ma,n. 'He says he owes his pres. .King's cnt gortPhetfltli t& New DUcxjery. dud, knows it tpJpe the best In th(WUJfpr lung trouble: Trial BottlesFrce A Williams & Bell's Uvea-month." nsoDn . President McKlnley not only treats his own Vice President with confidence and cordial friendship, but extends toward tlje Vice President of Mr. Cleveland a respect and consideration which he never received from that gentleman whilePresldent. In appointing Mr. Stevenson upon the 'Biwetalic Commission, President Mc tion." . r sltrta of is the Klnley acted the. gentleman, as well A There never Ws increase luiheoney order business as the statesman. durim? the first duaiter of tills ear. 'anything but good in McKinley Bill. rThc gain in domestic money orders is 1 If Senator Morgan will cast his jepptted to be general throughout the eogle Alab.rtja eye around the bal- KUliorinl l'uragrrnptl. The reaction injihode Island was in the wrong direction for the Demo cratic arithmetic DlCUr The Republican victory in St. Louis has spoiled thpnsands'oi projected democratic eauoriais on "adc reac. buslhesa-imnrovini- J- U- Dimt Tobacco Spit and Snute Tear life Anar. To quit tobacco easily and forer, bo mag netlo, fun of lite, nerve and vigor, talis the wnnder-vorltethat maltes vte It men strong. All drotalite, WoorJI. Cure euaron-teeAddress Dooltlet and sample free Btcrllog Remedy Co.. Chicago or New York, L The Delaware peach crop is already reported dead, as usual. It will also, as usual, get alive agaiu in time to realize good prices In the New York rnaiket. Tho Republican and the St. Louis Semirweekry for $1.75. w Globe-Democrat one year - - WOTlUr Unltaif-aI VINT every man sad wpf lan In Iks Whl.tjn ami State Istere.ted in the Oil i ill on theaev die naoita to nave one ot eaiei. Adilreu U. M. WdolU, Atlttiia. ua.. Uox M2, and one will be leuto Much Knife IiiiUvllle.llviidrnioii A.M Lolila Ilnlh w'h o' III fllect June 1. No. 43. Np. 4t. dally thtily West bound L Louisville . L Btandeuburg L Irvington . . . . 9 2 . 3r .755am6 3optu 7 55 8 ao 8 sfl 9 18 11 --- LStepbenport L Cloverport L Hawesyille L Owensbofo Ar Hendoisou 9 45 . . 10 arf k. , . lo 47 . . 11 12 . . . is 1 15 No ts 4 p wio 48 11 55 944 No. 55 53 17 44- - 1 Bast bound L Hennersou . L Owemborc-L HawesviUe . L Cloverport . L Stepheupoit . . daily 7 ana m 825 9 Llrvington . , 4 50 10 11 1051 11 2 3 4 5 5 daily 55 ptu 616 35 ne twenty-threeorhe- WW L Brandonbufg Ar TxMriaviUe 18 12 4s p m 8 00 f39 to-le- TIMK TAtll.K I. t. It. II. Jlt.AVl-.lHA HY. "ftOlNC BAST. Local Freight No 292 a 6 00 a. m. No. 222 a 1 02 p. ra. Mail No. 202 a 7 25 p. m. Fast Mail 0O1NO WBST awhile-ceased- No. 201 0717a ro. No. 221 a 12 jij P ut. Mall Local Freight No. 291 a j 25 p ro. Fast Mall A II. MltrttuCK, Agt, vtfV) S.H.H-tuarant- The and ior $1.50. Republipan tho Courier-Journfor one year al sss 4 ' J l"1111 " WW tmm ' f Fl T&f ' TlCT. ... ."-"- !... u , 11P I Bui ,i . a WPtHIWNfllpf amlwnnwniimnWI i"i nww.jimi Wini 1 rtTiiJewienu ,, I r- - mtttmmmmtommam Kwantwi IMMMMWIMSMMMI Qrwlafl Ropublican. Tub DrimoeratU) bosses y that obtervwl in the ot using Ciiureh. eggs The obtftoru Easter iWr mn on the fmton ticket wilt FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1897. It i said that on a run from 80 to 200 votes ahead of the isn'so very old. Populists ojj.lho mimo ticket, bceaueo royal roll of the tlmo of, Edward I. Offloo on Fox Street. their men will not vote for a PupuliM. of England, which U still preserved, l tivvrj frhliiynl llnrllortl, Hy. So we mo the love that the Demo-crat- s ajipMrr) an entry of 18 enoe 0r 400 have for their Populist brethren. opus to be used as Easter gifts. ..Editor. SAM A. ANDERSON Tt is a legend in parts of Iceland Subscription. $1.25 per yoar "WHIOU SHALL IT BE?" niHl alsi among some peoplo in this We notice from our two county oouutry at Hartford that the tuu dances as it Kntcred at the contemporaries, both claiming to rep as second chiss tnail matter. rites on Easter morning. resent entirely difleroot views in re- -J Easter ns it is observed is a gard to the management of affairs of day of worship; a day on which all the Nation, that tbey have the ticket should bo devoutly thankful for merrecently nominated by the Demo cies received; a day on which both Populists, at tho head of their papers saint and sinner should bo spiritually under different heads. The Hartford minded. Herald, Democrat, says: Hill Suit I lie Slnralinl. DKMOCHATIC PUSION TICKRT. Mr. L. A. Maden, of Palo, Ohio For Representative G. D. Black. county, arrived in the city yesterday For Circuit Clerk G B. Likens. from Bvansville. For County Judge J. P. Miller. While in EvansREPDL1CAN TICKET. For County Clerk H. T. Thompson. ville Maden was arrested by the police For County Attorney Jo. B. Vickers. officers oi that city, on the charge of For Sheriff W. M Addington. EloctlonNov. 2, 1897. murdering his father, Anthony Mads For Jailer Warren Taylor. en. The charge was preferred by C. ForSchoolSupt J. D. Hocker. County Judge, Jos. A. Park. For Coroner J. J. Hoover. It Morrison, city marshal of HartCounty Clerk, M. 8. Ragland. For Surveyor J. W Petty ford, who tclegrapned the Evansville Circuit Clerk, 6am A. Anderson, For Assessor J. D. Spurrier. officers to hold Maiden untjl he could County Attorney, M. L. llcavrin. The Foidsvillo Express, Populist, get there. Maden was placed in jail Sheriff, 8. T. Stevens. School Superintendent, Foil Rogers. says: Monday night, where he remained FUSION county ticket. roruusT Jailer, Thos. II. JJIack. until yesterday morning, when Mor" Bfack. D. For Representative-- G. Assessor, G. D. Royal. rison oidered him released, saying he G. B. Likens. For CircuiLClcrk Coroner, L. W. Hunt. was mistaken in his man. Maden For County Judge J. P. Miller. Surveyor, N. Moxley. For County Clerk H. T. Thompson. wasyvery indignant when seen by a MAGISTRATE. For bounty Attorney Jo B. 'Vickers. reporter yesterday, and said" he inHartfprd Dial Christopher Allen. For Sheriff W. M. Addington. tended bringing .suit against MorriFor Jailer Warren Taylor. Cromwell'Dist Jonl B., Wilson, son's bondsmen at once. School Supt J. D. Hocker. For Seven or eight years ago, Maden For Coroner J. J. Hoover. Announcomonts. For Surveyor J W. Petty. and his father had a difficulty,. and For Assessor J. D. Spurrier. For Ilerirenrnlnllve. the son placed a load of buckshot in Wc arc authorized to announce Now, the question will arise which his lather, who, however, recovered, R. A. BYERS is correct, and the final outcome will and is now hale and hearty. About As a candidate for Representative bo that neither ia correct, for the men four years ago Maden was employed from Ohio county, subject to the acnominated at that convention will bo ns an engineer in this city. He left tion of the Rtpublican party. put under the rooster on tho ballot over the Illinois Central yesterday "Democratic for his home. and will be headed Demoeratic Tiehl Annouoeements Mr. Morrison was also seen by a Ticket," and it seems to be the aim ot We are authorized to announce our contemporaries to keep their reporter yesterday, he being on his ELI H. BROWN readers ignorant of the fact as long as way home from Evansville. He said As a candidate for Circuit Judge ot Heretofore whenever a that some days ago Alfred Hudson, a District, subject to possible. the Sixth Judicial o( the Democratic party. Democratic ticket was nominated the young white man, of Hartford, had the action Herald always displayed the emblem committed rape on the person of a We are authorized to announce colored girl, and, alter OWRN of its party, but now they will not W. T. as Cir put up the emblem for they know that being arrested, had escaped from the As a candidate tor cuit Judge of the Sixth Judicial Diss ' the Populists will not vote under that officers.nnd that it was thought he trict, subject to me action oi uie emblem, and they are trying to keep had gone to Evansville. Morrison ?tnocratic party. said he telegraphed the Evansville them in the dark regarding the- - mat- police to watch out for Hudson. Lat Commonwealth's Attorney. for ter, and want them to think that ter he received notice irora the offi We are authorized to announce there will be a fusion device. EDWARD E. KELLY cers of that city saving they had a A large number of Populists have man in their keeping from Ohio As a candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney of the Sixth Judicial Dis been led to believe that there will be county, who gave his name as L. trict, subject to the action ot the a fusion device, and it was only last Maden and asking Morrison if he Democratic party. week that a good, honest Populist thoughtit could be Hudson. MorriWe are authorized to announce was in our office and he thought they son said he at once wired them to J. EDWIN ROWE would have a fusion device, as his holdthe man uutil he could get there. to the As a candidate for Democratic neighbors bad told him He says Maden was not arrested on a office ot Commonwealth's Attorney in the 6th Judicial District, subject to so; be said he would not vote that murder charge at his instigation and the action of the Democratic party. ticket if he had to vole under the that he does not fear the result oTa Owcnsboro Messenger. rooster, so, dear readers, you can In the Special Election last spring readily see why the device ia not put te elect a successor to Dr. A, D. up, and wo only mention tbeso tact James to the State Senate, the Demoso that the people may know the facts crats wore to support Esqr. Render, in the case. The Democrats refused the Populist, against Dr. James, the to give up their' device because they That was where the said Republican. it would kill their party, but I'or Nnlc. Democrats showed their love for tho they wanted to kill the Populist party One ot Geo. F. Oram's New UniDid they vote for Mr. Populists. and would force them to give up their versal Atlas. It is the very best and Render? Certainly not. Why? He device, thereby throwing all the finest Atlas that is made. Will sell "You can fool some was a Populist. Populists into tho Democratic party. cheap for cash. Apply at this office. of the people part of the time, nut you can't fool all the people all the Kmntor Deboe. EASTER. With great heartiness The Leader time." It is generally understood that congratulates the Republican party ot Easter Day is observed in commemo- Kentucky and the Nation oTlarge beTHAT CASE IN POINT. ' The Beaver Dam Gleaner sticks out ration ot the Resurrection of Christ. cause of the election today of William. for principles at all times and being However as last Sunday week was J. Deboe to succeed Mr. Blackburn in outspoken in, its editorial columns the Easter, a few remarks regarding tho the United States Senate. As a Reeditor has seen fit in the lost few is- origin oi this celebration, may not bo publican, true to every tenet of his The word Easter is derived party's faith, he has risen by virture sues of his paper to give some points amiss. regarding people who will sacrifice from an old Saxon word, Oiler, mean- of a is ability and faithfulness to his present eminent position. He has principles for a baro chance to run ing "rising.1' We find this by referThis principle business ence to the books; our knowledge of proven himself equal to the discharge office. for m editors of the old Saxon language being some of the various trusts imposed upon does not suit the him by his party. As an officer, he what limited. with 'Eoglisb our city neighbor This day has been observed iq some has served his State with conspicuous hence they proceed to give talents. As a private citizen he ens Bro. Likens a drubbing this week, fashion for ages; it has not always joys the perfect confidence of all who which read between the linos means had the same significance attached to know him. That he will honor the that "everybody who does not see as it that we give it in this day and position that'he has been called to The Herald time. we do will be damned." "fill, is most certain. He wins this "" The English name was derived from honor by a way dramatic and memsays: "The Prohibitionists seem to have that of the Teutonic Goddess of orable. His every part in that great joined forces with the Spring, Eastre, whoso festral was contest was borne honorably and with crowd, composed mostly o! held about the same time of the year a sole desire to further the best intergold-buand Republicans and are just now raising a great hue and cry that wo observe Easter. ests of hi J party, and the end of the , against the practice of It seems therefore in tho early bis-- , contest is oee that will justify itself, also against Populist fusion, and English ancestors, that even as the election of Dr. Hunter against almost everything in general, tory of our while- - their own plea of prohibition Easter was observed in honor of would have been only justice and the receives little attention duty that the Republicans owed to itSpring. The Beaver Dam Gleaner has It seems that in the early history of self thrown its eats back and comes Senator Deboe succeeds one whose charging at us, like it would run over Christianity some christians held that us whether or no, because we have Christ was slain on tho same day that career has been marked by brilliancy Kentucky can rest and bluaderlng. announced our support of the fusion ticket, and it incidentally jumps on the Jews observed as tho feast cf the assured that in her new "representa-tive,sh- e hence they observed April Jim Democrats and Populist tor even passover, wilt have a servant who will , thinking of wanting office. 01 course as Easter, which was tho same seek her good and the NiUon's good Mr, Likens, ot the Gleaner, don't day observed by the Jews for.the feast lather than his own personal aggranwant office oh, no he would run of the passover. like aTpractlced sprinter if he should dizement. Kentucklans will ha7eat hear of anybody on his track profferOther christians thought the day 6f Washington a friend devoted and ing any king of an official position. tireless in seeking tneir welfare. This was evidenced a mouth or two Christ a resurrection was more imporogo by .a letter received by The Herald tant than the day of bis death and Many places will miss the late 'Sena-to- r from Kentucky, nnd pethaps.fhey from that gentleman saying that he therefore held to Easier being observhad a good chance ot getting the po- ed on tho Sunday which followed tho. will not know the Junior Senator. sition of State Organizer of his patty Kentucky will be none the .worse, and asking us to give him a lift in l4th day of the Moon of March. But that direction. Ot course we gave Discussions arose as to which was tho for that, perhaps, and as we welcome him a lift he is a clever young man proper day to be observed, and came gladly Senator Deboe, wesay goodthen we lost sight ot the matter bye to Mr. Blackburn, tile Senator, and did not know he had gotten the near causing a sohism in (he church. with no regret, even though we greet position until we received a card from However in 826 A. D. the European him stating the fact and asking us to Constantino had the matter brought him crrdlally as n private ' citizen Lxlngton Leader. make a note of it in The Herald. Here Now of ogurte Mr. Likens did not before the Council at Nice. want this office he was just simply the question was fully discussed and "in the hands ot his friends." We finally resulted in the following rule would advise Mr. Likens to stick to Thrjco-a.-vee- k tho" wbolo his mutton, the empty whisky bottle, being established for or come out btraight on the side of church: "Easter Day is the firet Son-- J N. Y. World for tin Republicans, lor whom he seems day alter the full moon which bap to have such a close affinity. All of peus upon or next after' the March $1.05 which is most respectfully and kind 21et; and if.tholull moon happens on ly submitted. , ror Hnln Tho Jftrald advUei Mr. Likeni to Sunday, Easter Day is the Sunday A desirable farm of one hundred after." stick to his empty whisky bottlo liU acres. .11 tailed near Hartford, well' I lenoe Easier may oomo principles as early watered, n good otched, two hundred and at tho same tlmo they have fbrsakoa principles to support a as March 22d or as Into at April 25lli. bearing trees, good huildlngs.and in Eastor has been observed since tho good community. For further particket made up of Populists and Demticulars call at this office, ttt once, tf ocrats. Wo would art viae the Herald establishment of tho Christian Jljliu rob , i t to tread carefully along (he lines oi and is now observed by' all' Christ jau IHw'l Tollfrtl Spit ltd KmoV luor I Jft iwij. : To quit tobacco utlly uoj forever, tm pug - ' principles ami to pluck tho mote out Churche. .utlUs, lull or lift), nervo r.wl Mgor, Uko of hi awn eye, before advising other tint maltwt xenlt mn In tho early histnr) of ChrUljaulty ttrpKg--thi All , druiielilt, Kfcjory, CUronuarea-teW- . peoplo to stick to principles. Doolilet and Maple frifl, ou Ess or day all obif(ilitOve(Qj)ina AHrs Starling Uenu! Co , Chicago or New York. mental with large wax .cAiid'ei, 41ml, MAMM MMMMSMHMMiMaMMHMMWMaWi imr.wmtmiimmmmmmmmmmmmmmm m Hartford A CALL MEETING. Proceedings of the Populist Call Mooting. Nnnt.n fiiiBtx-H- , Noble Greece, sublimely brave, Stands singly and alone, Defying the powers to enslave, Her people and her throne. Sov'cfelgu King forlMde the Crstes, To oast oil the Sultan's ebaimt And anchored massive nrtnotcd fleets In shot of Cauidla's plains. NIUr Mnn Iikm4 Arirr Mcalro, Ttll I Mr T K P yley nd wilf , of Chicago, III . nic spending a few days at Mr. W T. Phillips near Harrods-bur- Gloomy, Hopeless' mo, Life tic-i- post-offi- y d law-sui- t. Subscribe for The Republican and get ail the news. flim-fla- WiWrHhriMt.1), Ky., April to. The Populists met in this precinct lfltt Sfltunlay tt consider whether to vot the Democratic ticket again this But Greece. who in a frteful hour. Drove Xerxes' army to the sea; clMtfon ns stated by one of the comStands unarmed before the, powers. mittee, who was "made tempornry And declares the Cretans lit. chairman. After the prelim niry Brave Grirlans go to Homer's shrine; work was Completed a committee on And entreat the sleeping bard, resolutions was appointed The coni To thrill his country with a rhyme Thflt will free the Nation's ward. rnltte retired from the room for about twenty-fiv- e mlnutcsaud returned with Then go to Alexandria's grave-T- hat resolutions denouncing fusion with king of soldiers, bid him rise, To lead the gallant nnd the brave, any party. To victory 'neath fair Grecian skies The resolutions, bclore their passage, called forth quite n number of But no, let Homer keep his grave; He has earned eternal rest, ardent and vcrjTcandid soeeches, relating to the recent scheming and Por patriotism i ablate, Already in each Greciau breast. sell out by the leaders (?) of their parLet Alexander slumber too; ' ty. You will find one to command Specchcs.were made by K.,H. Mar-tiYours soldiers and the thoniandswho J. R. Heory, W. A llelnn Wm. Will come from other lam's Lake, Kldcr Hawkins, Jacob Weller, Then noble Greece, God sped thee on Robt Hickey, Henry King, Aaron In freedom's oauie, 'tis holy work Hawkins, R, D. Dodson and others To free the suffering Cretans Irom made short expressions to indicate The dominion of the godles Turk. their displeasure at the recent proJ II. Thomas ceedings of their would-.bleaders, Work lor American. who attempted to plunge them into The requirements ot American foran abyss of political ruin, nnd tarnish eign commerce compel the annual the moral purity of rtjeir unsullied construe' ion of about halt a. million name One said their party had'been tons of ships. Practically speaking, largely delivered to but none ot this is now constructed In the lie wanted It understood he would United Roughly speaking, Statrs. never be delivered again. --Another about fifty millions ol dollars would said the People's party formerly had be spent in the shipyards of the Unittwo enemies the Republican party ed States, it the needed half million and the Democratic party but now tons of vessels were annually it has the fusion party, which is the here. This would create a foe it has ever encountered; bitterest dexand for about a couple ol million because its leaders nsMiuie to be tons of Iron ore, nnd a corresponding friends, which they are only office ' a class repudiated by Pop amount of coal nnd coke and lime. seekers, It would give our rolling mills, our We, as Populists, care not ulists. forges and ourfoundriesa vast amount for the source from which refforma- - j of new work; our lumber mills would tion comes, just so it comes; but De- find a large demand for miterlals for mocracy is too degraded to give relief ship construction and equipment; the to any body, aud no one capable of manufacturing establishments would perceiving present environments and be busted in making the multitude of their pasjt record can reasonably ex- articles needed to equip and maintain pect it. Another said he nevcr-vote- d ships. The farmers would be called the Democratic ticket but once, and j upon to supply food for hundred ot that was at the last election, he was thousands of tmilies whose father?, f sold and delivered, but wonld never ' husbands and sons woild find new " j be again. employment in all the variety of inSeveral said they left the Democrat- dustries that are called upon to supic party because it is dead and" rotten j ply the materials and articles which and if they could get nothing better enter into ship construction. "Seato vote for they would., stay at home. board " March 18, 1897. They left it because they were ashamed of it, and possessed too much manThe beautifully engraved Diplomas hood to return to sscha shameful and issued by the American Bitsiness Coldisgraceful an organization and give lege, Omaha, Neb , for graduates arc their suffrage to sustain their fiend- the finest ever seen. They 'are steel ish devotees. engravings, 22 x 28 inches in size. Another said he desired a full Pops vmos. ulist ticket so he could vote his exact Rev. Todi Morton, ot Center town, sentiments, but let it be known that preached here Sunday. if he selects between the cabin and Mrs Fannie Morton, who has been the rooster he would take the cabin. dangerously ill for some time, is imAnother said Iusion. is ruining the proving. party, because, if fusionlsts, we are Mrs. Elizabeth William:, who has on the block and liable to be delivervisiting relatives at Prentis, has reed to any market where the demand turned. and renumeration are sufficient, and Miss Maggie Paxton visited in no one desires to enter such a party. Cromwell last week. We are men of principles and by our Miss Ida Leach. Liberty, visited in principles we'll "sink or swim; live the neighbothood last week. or die," our party may die, its prinMiss Nola Barnard and brother, ciples never. Liberty, were the guests of their sis Another said the Demmies refused ter, Mrs A. C Stevens, the 18th. to give up their device, as their chairMrs; A. L. Addison, who has been man stated, because it disorganizes sick for sometime, is improving. and discredits their party, and Us Sunday School was organized at voters are too' true to chicken to this place on the 2nd Sunday. touch their stencil under the Plow Our school is progressing nicely and Hammer, butjhe same ule the with MUs Siddie Davidson as teacher Demmies applies to himselft applied Miss Martha Rogers was visiting to the, Populists' will destroy them in the neigborhood Sunday. Let the Demmie vote under the roosMr. Delmer Stevens, of Beaver ter, I'll vote Under the Plow and Dam, rpent Sunday with A C Stevcon-struc- tc i 1 Mr. Ply-la- y says the Democrat represents the Kellcy Steam (loll er Company, or Springfield, 0., and i linn been traveling Mexico in the Intermit of bis firm the pest year He went mere A free fllverlte, but returns a gold-buol the most He ftys that tin-pronounced lute trflaence of its the Idigliliug monetary system agricultural products lu that country are cheaper than in this, while commodities the tanner needs are double the cost of the same lieie, a Mite olafinlrs directly opposite to that claimed by the free silver people. Ninety percent, ol the people live in'moit abject poverty, and n eonlhons- - in liar tods-buwou',d be considered a palace in that country. Land has depreciated and supnr cf sts 110111 9 to m cents a 18 to 20 cents pound ami meat a pound, nnd nn undenhirt that cott there at $1 75. A 50 cents here laborer is from 40 to 50 cents in Mexican coin for a day's work, but a skilled laborer does a little better. Such is the condition of affairs that a bank note issued by one State posses at a discount in others, and in many wilt not even pass that way. The only, currency tLnt passes at par value is the National Bank of Mexico note and that ol the Dink ol Bogland, it being a penal offense to discount cither of these. Our silver dollar is worth to 200 cents in their silver, from State or national bank money, while our sliver dollar can be exchanged even tor their gold dollar. No distinction is triads between our gold dollar, silver dollar or bank note. They are protectionists, and not only charge a duty on all imports, but on all articles carried from one Stale to another. At present, however, they are allowing American corn to be shipped into their country Iree ol charge because of a failure ol their corn crop. Mr. Plyley had a note for $12,000 signed by the city of Monterey and the payment guaranteed y the State of Kuevalon, the best State in the icpubllc. It bore 6 per cnt, ictsrest and was payable In six months. The three banks In Monterey rtfnsed todbcottat It, as did the National Bauk of Mexico, because of the fluctuation of silver, but would have been willing to hare taken chances linJ It been a thirty day note. He finally got his money by paylitg heavily for it tlin-uglg rg s severe mm ot stomach trouble. 1 had pain In my itomaoh and bowels so that I work without great could not afferlngv Myappetltewasverypoorsad when I did wt anything I was shortly ntterwardi netted with vomiting spoils. I ooukl not rest at night and felt tamo and ttfed alt over. I became nervous and hid My life seemed no energy whatever. My husband gloomy end hopeless. me to take Hood's Barsaparllla, M he had been taking It with Treat bene-ueI began taking tt and the first bottle did mo a great deal ot good. 1 continued with tt regularly and have new almost fully regained my natursl weight and am doing nearly all my housework." Miw. Kinda CnocKBn, Gladstone, Ala, My Hood was odt ot order and 1 had no energy. After taking two bottle ot Hood's BarfaparllU I felt better than for s year." Mamon W. Buna, Colllus-vllA Tlrod, Nor- Internal Pains-Lnvous Every Bnd Symptom Cured by Hood's Snrsnparilin. " Por nearly Ova years I safrered with lnnr d. . 11 fl, six Hood's Boris parilla Is sold by druggists. for fo. lie sure to get Hood's, Alabama. ild Mr. Louts Daniel, a very promt nent and popular young man, whp was formerly clerk at the Iieonomy dry goods store, of this city, an I a brother of J P. Daniel, clerk at II. B Phillips & Co's and Mts Cora Ban, a popular young lady, and daughter ' ofC. D. Betn, a prominent farmer ot Oleton, in Ohio county, will be mar. rled next Thursday a'ter'noqu at 4 o'clock, Rev O.thrhl liean, nn uucle of the bride, pti forming tho ceremony. Mr and Mrs. Daniel wilt take a short bridal tour, and upon their return will make Olatnn their horre. Their many friends wish them a hap-p- y . life Inquirer-- 19-- t Klhsbeth, N , Oct 19. I fk Illy Bros., Dear Sirs: 1'leitsc aV-cept my thanks (or your, Ittvor tn the gilt of a bottle of Cream ' Balm'.' Let me say I have used it for years nnd can thoroughly rceojuiacjui, U.Jor what it claims, II directions are fol . lowed. Yours truiy, js" ; --- JJ j 5 1 -- No clergymau louldbewilJioWit-Ti- . Cream Rilm U Ptbyairdrugf8t, Pull siM 50c. Trial size 10 cents. We mall it BLY BROS., (6 Wanen St., K. Y. Seventy million people Vngw Hood's Satsaptrilla pit riffles the blood, strengthens the sjstetn and gives good health . JRv ) II, W. IlATIlAWAV fc j Illinois (gen. Memphis iu . Q. So. ErcfTbodr Ca'anmtn Candr Uatliarlte, tlie mit dfeuwrcrr of Uie age, pleasant bih) rarrMlilns to the UMte, act gently iHtl tKMlUrely on Miners, Hirer nnd lawstf, doaaslitej Uje entire coW, ohw lienthiolie, fever, ImMtiml oontlaMen awl Wllniite. INmsa buy Jiml tryn box r; of C O. IU, , 'O iitnu. fcfoW ami guaranteed to sure Uj- - nltlrafgUts. 9ji Iias Through Passenger Trains and Post Efficient Double Daily Service from Cincinnati and Louisville to & ejrn, dliI fevv-- Orleans In connection with a lAumnir, points the B & 0 S. W. leaguing uircct or maic-in- g close connections for principal The American Business College, Omaha, Neb , has a nutlce in the local columns of this paper offering a tborcugh course ol instruction in Book Keeping aud Commercial Arithmetic by mail free ol tuition. To avail jourseff of this liberal offer is the same as accepting a present of -- llurklrii tmlen fertile. The Best Salve in the woild for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Hrnptions, and positively cures Piles,, or no pay required. It is guaranteedto give perfect satisfaction or money 'refunded. Price 25 cents per box. PVr sale by Williams & Bell. 13-yr. 1 lines, Vkksburg and Jftckson, Miss , Biton Rouge and Natchez, La , Little Rock and J lot Springs, Ark, Waco, Port Worth. Dallas, Houston and San Antonio, Tex . and points on the Pacific Coast It also has through pASMnsrer trains and fast efficient double daily sen ice from New Orleans. Jackson, Memphis and points South and West on its own and connecting lines to on its own and connecting SOUTH & WE8T CINCIrNNAri, LOUISVILLE, CHICAGO & ST. LOUIS making direct connections with through trains for nil Mints NORTH & EAST Including St. Lmiis, Chicago, Uuflajo, Pittsburg, Cleveland, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore .and Richmond, pull-ma- "holier-than-thou- " gs office-holding- Hammer. It was suggested that they give the Democrats no other chance to bait their hook for them. They had bit once too often already. Many other things were said, but these I write that you may know that Populists can not Je delivered by party bosses into the fold ot any patty. It was developed during tjje. meeting that some one of the fusion element, when the Demo-Po- p "committees were considering how to conduct the campaign, that they dts. courage the use of Populist literature1; as it was all against fusion. The meeting was composed ot spme of our most scrupulous and upright citizens. CiJizens who ore sacredly devoted to the Populist party. Thajesolutions were carried by a uiaqimoHs votennd are to be sent to the.JTordsvllleiJixpress and the Hartford Reppbj,ican for pubHcIttOn. A. Y'S'TQR. i If you ivish to he enrolled as a free Solid vestibule trnitis through n student in the mall department of the buffet sleeping cats through fre ens. Rev. A. J. Williams will preach at American Business College, Omaha. reclining .chair cars this place the third Sunday in May. Neb., bend your qpplication at once. Particulars of your local railroad Their offer ot free coarse by mail will ticket Agent. S. B P. be open for a limited time only. S G Hatch. DIvtm. Agent, Cincinnati. Mr lohn P. Daniel who has been rlttocote Tour llourala Willi CaienmU. Jno A. Scott, Div. Pass. Agent, Von&f Cfttbartle. etirv ronmlpatioa toreter with Wile Bros., in the furnishing ISo.SSs. IfC 0.0 fall, drugxIMa refund moiioy Memphis, good for 4 yearSjJtas takrn charge ot i Gnro A. H Hansom, a r a., Chicago." the furnishing good department at II. TnVoOMUteu Cutietlpatlon ForevrV. ' CtanOv Cathartic lSoorSSo. W. A. Kbllosd. a o p a., Loulsvijle. B. Phillips & Co. If a C. C.ralltorara,driHwUurrunamoMr s (2Q;rayifor tt&4fc Jiverythlnglur- -' Board nnd Tuition nJsheoV for ihe special Summer Term cf8 weeks Which begins Juris 8 ' 1807. S, All our students will Imvo tho opportunity of attending v Tho 33Lontuoky jgjtato Toaqhors' L.8soctatton Wbich meets in Bowling Gresn'June 20 30 and July 1, '97. If you want a better cducattou, prepare yoitrsslf m The and Republican per year Quarterly Confrrrnre, The Third Quarterly Conference for Hartford Cfrjult M."E. Church" South, will be held at Goshen May 15 and 16 1897, In consequent: of this, I will not preach in Hartford on that ay at 11 o'clock, but will preach"t nigl". The rourlli Sunday will be childrens's day in Hartford, I expect to be present, hut will not preach uutilnlglit. I will be at Liberty the second Sunday In May. The appointment toj tlat time at Goslfen U hereby called in. Let nil concerned obI regret that served these changes Dr Hayes cannot be, with us at QnanJ terly Conference I ligne the olUclaj members will turn out gaucrntty nnd that marly others will be present. .Let us proy for a good meeting. J S CjIANDMUt. '" .i fbr tesonjngi get ahetteT certificate, or to take a thorough Commercial Course, it will pay ,yon to writo to us. you can enter now nud find classes to suit you, Special emphasis put on tho Statu Toaohors' Courso. CHKURY'UuOS., Proprietors, JSrWrltC; now. Mention Courso wanted. Southern Normal School and Bowling Qrcon Butiiiess College, B iwling Green, Ky. rt V ISENRT FIELD '' ' ' &, S031T . m HAVE OPENED THEIR - r w k - m m-J 31 P. C. IT KsmisssmaiMiiMissmm Couiib Tt4 (louO, 3 Bert la lluie.Brun, br drugffUU. UmM Umd rl 1 Lock till' Itnnr ,v Before the horse is stolen, purify, enrich and vitatiz yojir blood and build up your physical system before d sease attacks yoit and serious sickness comes Hood's' Sarsanarllla wllV make you strong and vigorous andtyill expel from y.our" blood all irupurltiei and gerifis of disease. WANTiin To borrow J660.00 on Take Hood's Sarsaparilla npw. Chrittinus Minted end inllier ' with n klw and llie woids, "Christ is rl.eu," property wo th 4 times the amount Hood's Pills are the favorite family to (his a rcspouw was rui.de, "ChrUt Cll on ir address A. I)., care Tup. cathartic Easy to take, gentle, mild. 25 cents is indeed riwn." Thi custom isjlill Kkhobucan. Hartford. Ky. -wonder-worUr. w 'ifcTe-- w A flue now OMN IHUS will meot nil day tralu ot Brnvcr Pain, All ordawpromptly attended to. guarantees a comiorlsilo ride. corner Market and Uiilou Strooti, Hartford, TIESrBIFeFS OEProna. eaverDeim. To X-iI3T- E ."0 fit aaxSL 3B M An elgaut Wilde and good horses Leave order At Field's Livery ile, Wtto)ll.H'l II.IIIWMtpUWIJyiy''lJ Ifl! 5JjfcIJIly.M;WV UWP ll 1'W1 ""' y'j ' -t - pr'nr . yr vg. "fss-- "" - - i " .T, - "fflf"- - "P5f Now is the Time to Strike mk &M.N0 P0WBEH Absolutely Pure. brands. mumm. wn&jae?muaqMrMmmnrigN10in!t ti & guuiwwyi y Puy Pertilteef front Cmttotx & Co. The FlrMttng Studio Is At Calhoon. Ldle ribbed vmtgc ot I'alrfc Co's . Ludieg biacA.Itaif'ii at Fair & Awarded Hifrhcst Honors World' Fair. 'DRW - co's. BARGAIN At FAIR & COMPANY'S. Wo havo our entire stock of Spring Goods in and arranged for your inspection AML. Dr Colemin I 2 Ondny for fouls. & wCfi CSftEAM Match Our Prices if You Can. WE-SHOUL- D lmtdkerStlQfaHw,'3c at Fair LIK Co's. Ox blood.and brown hose at Fair & Co's, 3Syfor n white shirt at J. H. Fogle & Co's. A BAKING POWDfR MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder, Free (rim Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YtURS THB STANDARD. TO KM Our All arc fresh and the very latest. line of Millinery, Woolen dress goods,wash fabrics were never more beautiful. A look at these lines will be appreciated. inch Marabout Limns 80 Inch Rejsno Dimity 37 inch Crcsden Dimity SO Inch Guipurl lace effects 80 inch Percales SO inch Granite clotb.....v 30 inch Shepherds plaid ducks 15 The bast OxIonfTJe for$t 00 is at Celebrated for Its great leavening Assures Carson & Cd's. strength and healthfulnees. JW the lood against alum and all forms ol adulteration common to the cheap 35c for men's percale shirts at J. E. RoYAtUAKiNOPownrtRCo., That will be the simplest way to convince you that Actually undersoil every houso in tho county. . . r ..'. v v 'yi . . . . ,g . . .&e loc Psicalcs 30 in, wide' 6)c at Fair & Co's. A good umbrella for 50c at I. E. Trade with J. It. Fogle & Co. Fogle &Co's. Men's heavy socks 5c at Fair & We will buy your bacon and hams. 10c Co's. Carson & Co, 12Jc 36 inch wool cashmere 20c at' Fair Buy your curtains und draperies at 8Jo & Co's. J.E. FogIt&.Co's. Duy jour straw hats at J. B. Fogle I' "" "Whenln neeS of a good pair of uos. Nrw York. Fair & Fogle & Co's. Co. want your wool. REPUBUAN ENAT0R. William J.Deboe Elected After a Long StrQggle. Received Seventy-on- e ' Votes in the Joint Assembly. Will go'Stralght to Wash-Jng(t&- n' to Assist Re- -. publican Legisfa- , T " ,...12 Tj....l2i With this lino we have the fancy trimming to match which are in vogue this season. If yoji miss, visiting this department you will regret it. We have the largest line and tho prettiest styles in Hartford. Can furnish you a hat from 50c to well any price you want it. Como to see them anyway if you arc not ready to purchase-I- t will be alright. Always glad to show our goods. 0-ia.:- Only 48c for a good pair cottonade pants at J. B. Fogle fCo's. Good cottouade for 8c at J. E. Fo- Schapmlre has the finest line of gle & Co's. shoes ever brought to Hartford. Ladles trimmed hats from 50c up at For a square feed, take your horse to Fair & Co's. the livery stable of Field & Son. A nice line ol wash goods at J. 12. A snnll lot of wool will buy a big Fogle & Co's. lot ol Dry goods at Carson & Co's. H Highest prices paid for wool at Mrs. G. B. Hocker, Sutherland, is Fair &. Co's. very sick. Not expected to live. 8c lor a pretty line of Dimities at Putyonr wool, eggs and feathers Fair & Co's. in your wagotfnnd come'nfid see Fair 3$fc for booster brown cotton at &Co. Fair & Co's. 5,000 yards' of nice calico sold ev3 cakes good toilet soap for toe at erywhere orcpow 4c atj Fair & Fair & Co's. ' Co's. t ft 50 buys a handsomely trimmed A few of the 75c corsets left, rehat at Fair & Co'o. member they go for 39c 'at Falrfe 65c buys a nice suit for your boy at Co's. J. E. Fogle & Co's. Marshal May has a young sow ,that & Co's. Prettiest millinery in town nt Fair shoes go to.Schapmirc;! ' , tion. - Lots of people luive found it out and lots others are finding it out ever): day Come in and examine and compare. That will tefl the story. Men's and boy's" clothing at prices. Our Dress Goods doprartment is unsurpassed in any country store?.with prices that are "hard to head." Our Dress Trimmings, Hosiery, Men's and Lady's Hats are not frequently matched in a country store. Remember, wo are going to "quit the clothing business and will give you a few prices: money-saV-iog y jBlaokyUrn DIos.Hard, Politically, and. Pours hot Shots lntotfio ,Cold ' ' crats. Domp-- - Men's Suits from Boy's Suits from 1 yard pcrcalo at Half-woo-l Cathmero All-woAll-wo- .- -. ,.,.,,..., ; 82 50 to $1G 00 00c to 85 00 0c 17c serge..... ol ...25c 25c , . .15c , ALL. KENTUCKY Doboo, 71. GLAD, Good heavy domestic for 4c a yard at J. B. Fogle & Cos. - has given birth to days. - 19 pigs In 118 Cashmero 40 inches wide Whito. Carpet warp Colored Carpet warp - Factory cotton, 1 yard wide 17c 4c c OlotlfaLilELg" :... Department should not be forgotten. W 00 Mens good wool suits . 7 0 OQ J Mens bolter wool suits , JofjOloSlOOO Mens extra wool suits Boys wool suits.... $260 to $5 00 C0oto8850 Child wool suits With ovory boys suit of clothes wo give you u ball and bat. And with We every $2 00 purchase or over ahandaomo picluro in n neat frame. want yuur trade and shall endeavor by all fair means to obtain it. Write for samples. Wo will gladly sood them. Judge Jno. P. Morton and Attorney Good check cotton for 4c per yard at J. E- Fogle & Co's. B. I?. Neal were In Frankfort this Cpinc to Pair & Co's theliave the week. Messrs Jno. 0. Riley and Jno. J. Roods nt correct prices. See J. B. Fogle & Co's line of oil McHenry went to Louisville Tuesday evening-- . cloth andstraw mattings. Men'srhose that usuallvjsell for 35c 30c buys a good pair drilling- drawfor a few days only, 2 pair for 95c at ers at J. E. Fogle & Co's. Fair & Co's. Call on Field & Son for the cheapMrs. M. A. Funk, of Livermore, is est and best Buggy Harness. the guest of her daughter, Mrs. I. P. Priesmeyer slippers in Hick, this week. brown and blank at Fair & Co's. - Remember that Schapmlre can A shut with two collar and one furnish you with the best of shoes at pair ol cufls 50c at Fair & Co's. the lowest prices. The Populist of Ohio county will Remember that J. E. .Fogle & Co. meet at the Court House next Mon-da- y. have the best and cheapest line of Martin, 13. Storio, 1.' hanloftt, Blackburn. SO. Frankfort,' Ky., April 18. The struggle, ought Senatorial in the history of Kentucky is at an end, and a clean, pure and able Res publican statesman will succeed Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn, who has misrepresented the real sentiments of the people of Kentucky so long. The end of the memorable struggle, extending over two sessions of the Legislature, brought with it the elec- Our Millinery business is no small thing by any means. Children's trimmed hats, newest styles, 50c; Misses trimmed hats, 75c; Ladies trimmed hats, $1.00. We have lots of new Furniture and can Don't fix youon any thing in this line. fail to visit, us-- . Bring us your wool, feathers, ginseng and all kinds of good country produce. Yours for Trade. Ji&rtford Sample of fashions, Qandy cathartic 10 . DRUGGISTS t tan coiitiFittau CueartU lire U Ideal Laxai r biuuft ADdUUU i mu u u Anmu ecu wtfxrr rrin nr irrinei.ni ruvnAiaraareuiiiai VlB..t liAAlUtri.. Ii. CTtUIHU KEnEU UK, OilriTO,aotrfI. ltn.,orftnr ort. Stl.t) 25 allj i Ml II SO II CURE COHSTIPATlOH-- r wliMnr ! fmt. ! rMTlisnlBtwl-Jl..iJ- ! Ill II I III fj UllllMlP ALL ,,, uor vmm . ttiKMKlKR Some idea of the change In sentiment In the South regarding the Tar-if- f question may be gtdned from this cxcei pt from the "Atlanta Constitution!" "We have received a. kV" from a prominent lumberman of Savannah, who writes to ask "If the "Constitution" will aid tlielumber-mea,oft- he "jtilted States to have a Protective Tnrlfl ol fa ft tltousard placed on lumber, If we consistently Henllmnil. Whatever your pursuit In Hie may be, a thorough business education Is what yon need. The American Business College, Omaha", Neb , now offers 11 complete businers course by mall free for advertising purposes. If you wish to obtain a good business educatioriou will do well to Investi gate the matter and make application lor aainission as a ngc aiuucm at once. Rev Silas Spurrier died at Sulphur Springs, last Sunday ot hearftrpnbr, le. He waS8o years of pge, ana" bad' been a piinister of the jMcthgdlst He church for a number o year? leaves, a la'rge number ct relatives In this and Grayson 'Aunties. 1 he K; mains wefetaken to Lettcbrl?!d for Internment . can," Am the "Constitution" answers: "From the foundation of the Govqrn- a thous-- 1 ment there was a dujyxl and on lumber uutll the professors of economy In tue last congress bdoi lshed it, at the demand of a cynblna lionlpl capitalists who had tnvetted in Canadian umber It was a fine scheme to sell out American Interests principle.' and it lu behalf cM for the Canffdians wftiked admirably and the oflpitallsttc combine" Guilously enough, too, the "Con- p stitution" never was, and never w!H be, a, p rt of the Democratic dqet Inei for it Is the opposite of a Revenue Tarlfi. which is the basis ol Democratic economies. If the 'Constitution' lav ored Free Trsdc, It OTuid not consistently do what out old friend asks ts to do" Ti Republican Protectionists', this stems HLe quibbling, but two facts One, Is that are very (ipp,.rent Southern lumbermen are for Protection, and tne other Is that tile leading Democratic paper ol the Soutfi tlto favors It under the guise ot a revenue-measurIf the South contains there should many xuch ffieRtis iougb bena dljnultj'lri.-bhiKlnptessurefBn Its Senators to p,i8S B Bildalo, N V Express Tatifrsct holds' t,hat, "Free-Trad- e Vifellty?-- V e tlic. J Acoimnt Ptebbj terUn Church General ssembly V S at CbailotteN.C May 21) to jiKt tickets on sail May 17 to 2 let at one f lr round tt.p, gi ol till June to to return U Mkbrick Agt measure of force we call vitality. If this Is lacking, there is loss of flesh, lack of resistive power, a tendency to catch disease easily, especially a tendency to Consumption. For low vitality nothing h better than Scott's Emulsion. It, supplies force byfurnishing' the nourishing, strengthsnlng elements of food in an easily digested formj enriches the blood, and builds upthesvstem. When ordinary food bvof no avail, Scotrs Emulsion will supply the body with allthcvltaUUmentsof life. Two tUJ, 50 cu. sod $f.00. All dwjtftiit If you will uk for ft w will y oil book UUinj: yoq'ill bu Scott's Emubloo. Free SCOTT ii DOWNS, Nw 4 The essence of life U force. Everybreathyou 6reathc,evcr" heart beat, every motion of your hand, takes force. The tt4 V. tion of Hon.. William J. Deboe, one of the best Republicans in the State. Only torty seven years of age, yotfn'g', shoes in the county. Misses Lyda and Berta Morton Father O'Conner, of Iitch field . active and brilliant, Senator Deboe. spent the first of the week in Beaver was the guest of the family of Mr. will be a credit to his party and an Martin thejr last hope was gone. , Loijis Gunther Sunday. Dam. honor to his State, He yoes to the The sound money Democrats voted Mrs. Jane Murphy, of Fordsvllle, A trimmed Hat latest styles for Senate with no cliques, rings or right along when their names were has been granted a penslon'of $'14 per children at 50c. ancl Misses 75c. and pledges to bind him, but as a true called for Martin. month. Ladles for $1 00 aVCarson & Co's representative of every Ken tuck Ian . The final scene In the play "Blnck-burniswas enacted at the Opera Rev. J. T, Rushiug, of Greenville, Mattings, window shades, curtain in the State. before an audience of house preached at the Methodist Church drapery, curtain polls, floor oil cloth Senator Deboe will be on hand about two hundred and fifty people. Monday night. cleaning nt Fair and such for spring ready to vote iuthe Senate on Mon'' The stage was filled with a number Miss Florence Dellaven has re- &Co's. day, and he will cost his vote for Re- of smaller members of the cast, with turned from an extended visit to relaBring on your wool, your wife aud publican principles. a Ie,w pfomlnent Republican legislaHallrrlttra Vnll rtlH 4 VillV Hats. tives at Horton, occupying seats. J Amid the wlldes.1 cheering, hand- - tors Shoes and Dress Goods with wool at The star actor of tbe show, the ex- Mr. T. M. Morton, of near Cromclapping, waving of parasols, fans Carson & Co's. well, who has been confined to his and handkerchiefs. Hon. VV. J. Deboe United States Senator, arose promptIfyoU wantyoiir picture enlarged was declared" elected room on account ol slckuess for some to be the ly at 8 o'clock, after a rose had been you should see Clldo Wedding. The successor of J. C S. Blackburn in the pinned on the lapel of his coatby Col. time, Is improving. Kobert Tyler, who was Sergeant firqt he is takiugrdsJis for guaranUnited States Senate. of Erin, tees satisfaction. " ' Mr. George Sullenger, of the Senate, who was kindly Before the result of the ballot was bisection. Senator Wm. Tenn., "an old Ohio county boy, is We want your wool, feathers, eggs announced the cheering began, aud in cbeeredfor visiting his brothers. Mis Jas. SullenGopbel presented the fallen idol as of the' moment a moand Ginseng for which we will pay the excitement ger, this week. tion to adjourn vas entertained and "the gamest Democrat in Kentuoky." tne, highest market price. Blackburn started out by Saying """ adopted belprc the newly elected Sen& Co. Qaiison Mrs Laura McKInney and children, tlTSTt he had not been defeated; that it iu for a speech. - Elizabeth Fells fell ator could be brought of Kindsrhook, who have been visitLittle MissHe received his friends In tbwest was only a failure, and that this could ing her sister, Mrs Tn P. wIl6cker, lromvtt porch last Monday and her be remedied, whereas defeat could not Sutherland, returned home Sunday. collarbone was broken. The wognd library room after the session, where be. He then stated that he had no hundreds called to congratulate him. Is. very painful, but the .little lady is against the Republicans, The sixtieth and final ballot ot the getting along very nicely. session of the General Assembly was who had fought him openly; that it Mr. II. P. Taylor, wife and Jlwo held at noon, lu tn presence was against the midnight assassins, ,' . children?1 Sallie" arid John, left last of the largest crowd ever present In vfho, thirteen in number, had stood Populists- Ohio Sunday for St.ohn," iKan., to be abbeneath the Democratic banner nnd the historic old'hall of the House of stabbed its nominee: that he felt ill sent ibout three weeks, visiting the Representatives. will toward them; that he thought Gcd ' family of Mr. Howard Gray. The lohblep and galleries were fillAlmighty owed the people of Ken. Cab- ed, and long be fort the Senate filed Photographer Taylor will make for allowing theu inet' Photographs lor a short time at in it was almost. Impossible to move tucky an apology to exist. around on the" floor of the I rouse, dozer) and will be found evJl.So.per This tirade Of abuse against all who The Governoi and all the State ofMn h R. Henry,, a substantial ery Monday at his 1'hot'o Car fa' Hart opposed him continued for an farraef.nuil aleddlngFo'piilist of Bart-'le- tt ford. tf ' ficer were present, smiling., and Hap39 our and a half, and he closed eulo-w J. wA was to be the pteclrtct wos In HartfortlTester-- y py, in what they knew Mr. Russell was tried iuthe Coun- final nnd victorious day oljhe jolpj. gizing Wm J Bryan, nnd-- . thanking and in conversation with a reU the, friends who had (tajcdi'witlf him and was adjudged Tuesday The Senate waaanripunced session porter for Tub; RI'uhCican satjjhat ty Coutt to be or unsound ,rolnd, and he was pronipjtly' at" ?3 on uu occasions aqring jne past by DoorkecpeJtteed the Populists ot Ohio county, were -- ' - i conveyed to the Hobinsviye Asylum o clnck, and they were fny ten min- eighteen months, now organizlng'Corthe county fam A number ol Republican legislators by Messrs. Hunt and Coots. thwLleu-tena- ot utes getting seated. whenf palgn and were cofng to hojdnleet-in- g l 1J n were present in the hall, to role the Governor unnpunced that the Monday to formulate plans, 60 Mr. R. C. Sufphln, who has been dyjng struggles ol tbe. Popocratic " held was for the purpose ol osltojriaintarn their party. He was in Hartfoadior the past fenionths session leader. y. v . very enthusiastic for the measure and in the Jewelry business! haatgone to taking the sixtieth ballot for the election ot n United States Senator from Malms that all the Populists of Burt- -' Ellzibethtown where he has accepted Exeurnlou. Kentucky. . 7 lett and Magan precincts were In ear- a position in a jewelry 6iore. Tennessee Centeulal and Interna In regard to the)matttrand a full of yes nest Journal In reading of ffvnnelllAn nt tffi.liulttf. TiS Preston Morton Post No. 4. G. A. terday was dispensed with, ou motjon Populist 'ticket was certain to be put tQm Jo May R , will meet next Saturday, May 1st. or H Jones. in the field lor a'l the county office. Us o down to. $1 4o for the round house. Itvery comrade Chslr-m- an at the court He recited Instances where The Clerk then cIed the roll to ttlp RCCOrding to number ofpop,e invited to be present, flolbrook, of the Democratic Is respectfully For decoration on May atcirtaln ifn quorum was .present. awi.Hme .also time of limit party, said that his party would pot as the flags for ReeubllcanT and twelve fjutCher partiCu1ara call on agent. Dy order Sixtv-nlnagth will be distributed. give up the rooster as It would kill sound money, Democrats responded H Mkrwcjc, Agent Danihi Hicks. the Democratic patty, nnd then hen olcommnnder. to the call, and the Chair announced said Holbrook had the check ,to ask Last Saturday jSlght wliUe returnig that eighty one members were'pres-en- t For Kentucky DerljyXouIsville Ky "' tiie Populists to give up tneir aeyice. from . ti' CQUntry Messrs". Lonnle on Ujaymti, 1897 will He said the Plow and Hammer Teeddell and Joe Bozirth had a runMr towardrc-- Butler, then form may 12m lor me j;in n.iu. nuin nw the Populists would meet and nomi away - ecVnpe. " The horse became ally nominated Hon. Wl J. Deboe for good till nate good men tor all the offices aud frightened on the levee north of Hart- - United Statos Senator. Amid loud $z 50 for the Round Trip, 8:40 o.m.May ijth, leaving Louisville would make an aggressive campaign. I fora and the young men were thrown cheers Senator W, Hi Clark seconded The ticket will adruiOo tbe Grand Helelt the Democratic mly because1 put, but went not injured, The horse the nomination. 4 Stapd; the 8 17 p.m. train wlllbe held do nothing Lpever it was corrupt and vould stopped until It reached home. The Chair requested that the House at Louisville tjll i oclcck pm on 12th. for the people and he would no be F z H. Mrrkick. Agt. be as quite, ns possible while thr bal.J thrown with that class of people aby A scholarship in the Lexington lot was'belng taken, and tuen ordermore' He declared that the Demoroll The following named persons fiave crats had broken every promise they f Business College. A scholarship in ed the Clerk to proceed with the Bryttpt and Stratton Business College, call. paid their subscription to Tim had ever made the people and he T. sine our last issue: The Democrats refused to vote knew that they could not be relied A scholrasblp In King's Commercial . t 11... 1 ' "...-- ., - It ..nj.iutu, r U t.. 1Ia TVA.r.r.1. 1. . rinnUI 1hpon to carry out any policy outllJed wuen t. meir names wcia cuiicu, E to break a quorum, but when the j gan; C R. Stevens, Centertown: by them. Hefuithtfr m Id that tho Aplily at thla office and we will save name of Sound Money Democrat S Cole, Bret Ferry; Mrs. Pnnuie tjgantlo trade jfone Intp by someiral" you big money. SemtorW. B Hayword was called Webrook. BawJItig Oreen; P M. Democratic par- - I " lfjei tenders of the - nnd he cast his vote for Henry L Spmrter. Shott Cteek ty will not work to-ni, to-d- ay CARSON $ CO. bj- Ilnrlloril Clllzcun ns Nen Kll'Cft on Out- - "heniost liospitable man E. P. Neal. The cleverest man S. K. Cox. The stingiest man moved to Mexico. The most energetic man M. L. Hcavrin. The most conservative man C. M. Bafnctt. The most thorough,, man W." ' A Gibspn The most proiound Nman J. S. Glenn. The most commanding man J. S. R. Wedding. The most craceful man Ben D. Ulhgo. The meanest man died years ago. The biggest man ,R. R. Woddlug. The sincerest man Jfllin P. Mor 1 ton. The laziest man gorie to tjie poor house. The ugliest man lives out in the WILL NOMINATE. to-d- of The County Say They ravt? a County Ticket. Uf -- country. The poorest men tbe iditors of the Hartford papers. When will they be rich? When their delinquent subscribers pay up. BackwoodsUh. Account State Hncampruent G.A.R. at Lexington, Ky , tickets on sail May 9th and 10, good till May isth to return one lair round tup H. MURfclCK. Agt. V .. . . A. S. Rettorad i Murray and Wife SPniNQFIELD, MO. ..Jl la Health by Dr. MJlea Rotors-"- - N.rvln. i te ' .l.il e I a f Mercantile Co. tirlas MB.Ilountrco wrltMi "I .uttered (ram fleU,Iu., djipejiila, ih unablo to eat ny tblng Treatwt by aStere dUtrea Tral "Ub-ou- HUBRAY. onjlnwr tor Kcmt & t ph jslclana wltltout beneSt. I beeaw Mmoat a pbjtlcal wreak and Doable to attend to my work. I took Dr Mile' Ileatoratlre Nmlueandln aU neeka I wa weth My of La, Orlpue Divgfl wltieh broujlii on Trtlieft peculiar to -- "" m wire naa a. Nervlno; , iu trouble liertex- - Tbo Koater-ntly- o Restore , - 1 wi A n? Nerrtne Is tbe ouly thing tht baa belpea ber. we coin bouojouwlllun till J uU?iSdf'M"'ettol2..,)r- la a way to help olbara a we bay been. Dr. Mile' Kemedle ero old by sjl drug glibi under a positive guarantee. firttQulue Boak ou beoeflu or money relunded. Heart and NrTt.a sent free to all applicant. . Elkuart. rod. D1C. MILB MEKHAl.t'O 1 H"r-'-- -i Tub Democratic bnasea ear that llieir men on the fusion tlokct will FRIDAY, APRIL 30, 1897. ran Irnm 60 to 200 votes ahead of tbo Populists oji.lho same ticket, bcoauso Offloo on Fox Streot. their man will not vote for nPopuliM. f'vrrjr I'rlilii)-n-l Ilnrlliiril, Hy. 80 wo see tho lovo that tlio Denio SAM A. ANDBRSON Editor. ornts Lave tor their Populist brethren. Hartford Republican. Subscription, $1.25 por yoar nt Hartlotd Hntcred at the as second class tunil tuntter. post-office KEPUL1CAN TICKET. Election Nov. 2, 1807. Judge, Jos. A. Park. Cleric, M. 8. Iiaglaml. Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, Attorney, M. L. "Hcavrin. BherifT, S. T. Stevens. School Superintendent, Fon Rogers. Jailer, Thos. II. Black. County County Circuit County Assessor, G. D. Royal. Coroner, L. W.' Hunt. Surveyor, N. Moxley. - MAGISTRATE. Hartfprd Diet Christopher Allen. Cromwell "Dist Jonl B., Wilson, ' Announcomonts. Wc arc authorized to announce R. A. BYERS As a candidate for Representative from Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican party. Announcements Democratic Ticket For Ilcprcnc-llnllt- fv i We are authorized to announce ELI H. BROWN As a candidate for Circuit Judge oi the Sixth ludicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic patty. We ate authotized to announce W. T. OWEN as CirAs a candidate lor cuit Judge of the Sixth Judicial Disx trict, subject to the action of the 'Peoiocratic patty. We are authorized to announce EDWARD E. KELLY As a candidate for Commonwealth's Attorney of the Sixth Judicial Dis-- . trict, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce T. EDWIN ROWE to the As a candidate for office of Commonwealth's Attorney in the 6th Judicial District, subject to the action of the Democratic party. the Special Election last spring te elect a successor to Dr. A. D. j James to the State Senate, the Democrats were to support Esqr. Render, the Popultst, against Dr. James, the That was where the Republican. Democrats showed their love for the Did they vote for Mr. Populists. Render? Certainly not. Why? He "You can fool some was a.Populist. of the people part of the time, nut you can't fool all the people all the For Commonwealth's Attorney. Ik obiervotl in tho Grecian Cliuroh, The oiiHtoru of using Easter oggs isn'eoveryold. It U said that on a rnyal mil of tho tltno of Edward I. of England, which to still preserved, appears nn tntry ot 18 enco fjir 4 00 eggs to bo used as Easter gifts. It is a legond in parts of Iceland "WHICH SHALL IT BE?" and nisi among some peoplo in this Wo notice from our two county country that the sou dances as it contemporaries, both claiming to rep rises on Easter morning. resent entirely dlfleront views in re- -, Easter ns it is observed is a gard to tho management of affairs of day of worship; a day on which nil the Nation, that they havo the ticket should be devoutly thankful for merrecently nominated by tho cies received; n dny on which both nf the head of their papers saint and sinner should bo spiritually under dlfleront heads. The Hartford minded. Herald, Democrat, says: Hill Nun Hie Mnrnlinl. FUSION TICKRT. DEMOCRATIC Mr. L. A. Maden, of Palo, Ohio G. D. Black. For Representative county, arrived in the city yesterday For Circuit Clerk G B. Likens. from Evansville. While in Evans-vlll- e For County Judge J. P. Miller. For County Clerk H. T. Thompson. Maden was arrested by the police For County Attorney Jo. B. Vlckets. officers of that city, on the charge of For Sheriff W. M Addington. murdering his father, Anthony MadFor Jailer V wren Taylor. en. TJie charge was preferred by C. For School Supt J. D. Hocker. For Coroner J. J. Hoover. It Morrison, city marshal of HartFor Surveyor J. W Petty ford, who telegraphed the Evansville For Assessor J. D. Spurrier. officers to hold Maiden untjl he could The Foidsvillo JZrprets, Populist, get there. Maden was placed in jail says: Monday night, where he remained rOPUUST FUSION COUNTV TICKET. until yesterday morning, when MorFor Representative G. D. Bfack. rison otdered him released, saying he For CircuiLCIctk G. B. Likens. was' mistaken in his man. Maden For County Judge J. P. Miller. For County Clerk II. T. Thompson. wasvery indignant when seen by a For bounty Attorney Jo B. 'Vickers. reporter yesterday, and said he inFor Sheriff W. M. Addington. tended bringing .suit against MorriFor Jailer Warren Taylor. son's bondsmen at once. For School Supt. J. D. Hocker. Seven or eight years ogo, Maden For Coroner J. J. Hoover. For Surveyor J W. Petty. and his father had a difficulty, and For Assessor J. D. Spurrier. the son placed a load of buckshot in Now, the question will arise which his father, who, however, recovered, is correct, and the final outcome will and is now hale nnd heart'. About bo that neither ia correct, for the men four 3 ears ago Maden was employed nominated at that convention will bo as an engineer in this city. He lelt put under the rooster on tho ballot over the Illinois Central yesterday and will be headed "Democratic for hjs homo. " Mr. Monison was also seen by a Ticket,' and it seems to be the aim ot our contemporaries to keep their leporter yesterday, he being on his readers ignorant of the fact as long as way home from Evansville. He said possible. Heretofore whenever a that some days ago Alfred Hudson, a Democratic ticket was nominated the young white man, of Hartford, had Herald always displayed the emblem committed rape on the person ot a colored girl, and, alter of its party, but now they will not being attested, had escaped from the put up the emblem for they know that officers jind was thought he the Populists will not vote under that had gone that it to Evansville. Morrison emblem, and they are trying to keep said he telegraphed the Evansville the- - matthem in the dark rcgard-npolice to watch out for Hudson. Later, and want them to think that ter he received notice lrora the offithero will be a fusion device. cers of that city saying they had a A largo number of Populists have man in their keeping from Ohio been led to believe that there will be county, who gave his name as L. a fusion device, and it was only last Maden and asking Morrison if he week that a good, honest Populist thoughtit could be Hudson. Morriwas in our office and he thought they son said he at once wired them to would have a fusion device, as his holdthe man until hecoulfl get there. Democratic neighbors had told him He says Maden was not arrested on a so; ho said be would not vote that murder charge at his instigation and ticket if ho had to vote under the that he does not lear the result oTa Owcnsboro Messenger. rooster, so, dear readers, you can to-dDorao-Populistninc-year.ol- d law-sui- t. A CALL MEETING. Proooodlngs of tho Populist Call Mooting. 'WHOTHHPIHI.IJ, Noni.n ciiiKiirM, Noble Greece, sublimely brave, Stands singly and alone, Defying the powers to enslave, Her people mid her throne. tuieer Mmii 1 iiKnr Hemic, After p tloll IA I t Mr T R P ylry ""'1 cago, Mr. 111 , wile of Chime spending; a lew dsys at Gloomy, Internal Patns-Lnory Hopeless mo, Life Sovereign Kings forlMde the Cretes, To east off the Sultan's clmln Ky., April o. And anchored massive nrtnoted fleets Tho Populists met in this precinct Iu shot of Canidla's pinion. last Saturday to consider whether to But Greece.who in n fateful hour, vote the Democratic ticket again this Drove Xerxes' army to the sea; election as stated by one of the comStands unarmed before the powers, mittee, who was "made temporary And declares the Cretans frt. chairman. After the prelim n try Brave Grirhms eo to Hornet's nhtlne; work was completed a committee on And entreat the sleeping bard, resolutions was appointed The coins To thrill his country with n rhyme That will tree the Nation's ward. mitte retired from the room for nbotit twenty-fiv- e nilnutcsam! returned with Then go to Alexandria's grave-T- hat refolutions denouncing fusion with king of soldiers, bid him rise, To lead the gallant and the brave. any patty. To victory 'uonth lair Grecian skies The resolutions, before their passage, called foith quite n number of But no, let Homer keep his grnve; He has earned eternal rent, ardent and vetjTcandid soeeches, relating to the recent scheming and For patriotism is ablaze, Already in each Grecian breast. sell out by the leaders (?) of their parLet Alexander slumbtr too; ' ty. Speeches.were made by K.,H. Martin, J. R. Henry, W. A Htlm. Wm Lake, Elder Hawkins, Jacob Welter, Robt. Hickey, Henry King, Aaron Hawkins, R. D. Dodson and others made short expressions to indicate their displeasure nt the recent proceedings ot their would-b- e leaders, who attempted to plunge them into an abyss of political ruin, nnd tarnish the moral purity of their unsullied name.. One said their party had'been largely delivered to but he wanted it understood he would never be delivered again. "Another said the People's patty formerly had two enemies the Republican party and the Democratic party but now it has the fusion party, which is the bitterest foe it has ever encountered; because its leaders assume to be friends, which they are only office seekers, a class repudiated by Populists. We, as Populists, care not for the source from which reffot.ua- tion comes, just so it comes; but De- tnocrncy is too degraded to give relief to any body, and no oqe capable of perceiving present environments and their pagt record can reasonably expect it. Another said he never-vote- d the Democratic ticket but once, and j -- You will find one to command Yours soldiers and the thousands who Will come from other lam's Then noble Greece, Godspeed thee on In freedom's came, 'tis holy work To free the suffering Cretans Irom The dominion nf the godlees Turk. J H. Thomas Work Inr American. The requirements ot American for- -J elgn commerce compel the annual construction of about halt a million tons of ships. Practically speaking, none of this is now constructed in the United States. Roughly speaking, about fifty millions ol dollars would be spent in the shipyards of the United States, it the needed hall million tons of vessels were n mi illy here. This would create a denand for about a couple of million tons of iron ore. nnd a corresponding amount of coal and coke nnd lime. It'would give our rolling mills, our 11 con-struca sold readily see why the device is not put up, and we only mention these fact so that the people may know tho facts in the case. The Democrats refused to give up their' device because they said it would kill their party, but For Nnlc. they wanted to kill thePopuli3t party One of Geo F. Cram's New Uniand would force them to give up their versal Atlai. It is the very best and device, thereby throwing all the finest Atlas that is made Will sell Populists into the Democratic party. cheap for cash. Apply at this office. Subscribe for The Republican and get all the news. time." The Beaver Dam Gleaner sticks out for principles at all times and being outspoken in.itB editorial columns the v EASTER. is generally understood that Easter Day is observed in commemoration ot the Resurrection of Christ. However as last Sunday week was Easter, a few remarks regarding the origin oi this celebration, may not bo amiss. The word Easter is derived from an old Saxon word, Oster, meaning "rising."' We find this by reference to the books; our knowledge of the old Saxon language being somewhat limited. This day has been observed in some fashion for ages; it has not always had the same significance attached to it that we give it in this day and .'- time. The English name was derived from that of the Teutonic Goddess of Spring, Eastre, whoso fostral was held about the tame time of the year that we observe Easter. It seems therefore in the early history of our English ancestors, that Easter was observed in honor of It THAT CASE IN POINT. editor has seen fit in the last few issues of bis paper to give some points regarding people who will sacrifice principles for a baro chance to run This principle business for office. m editors of does not suit the our city neighbor with 'English proflim-fla- clivities, hence they proceed to give Bro. Likens a drubbing this week, which read between the lines means that "everybody who does not see as we do will, be damned." The Herald " says: v "The Prohibitionists seem to have joined forces with the crowd, composed mostly o! gold-buand Republicans and are just now raising a great hue and cry , against the practice of also against Populist fusion, and against almost everything in general, while- their own plea of prohibition received little attention The Beaver Dam Gleaner has thrown its eats back and comes charging at us, like it would run. over us whether or no, because we have announced our support of the fusion ticket, and it incidentally jumps on iu Democrats and Populist for even "holier-than-thou" office-holding- Spring. in the early history of Christianity some christians held that Christ was slain on tho same day that the Jews observed as tho feast cf the passover, hence they observed April as Easier, which was tho same day observed by the Jews for.tho feast Of the passover. Other christians thought the day 6f Christ's resurrection was more important than the day of his death and therefore held t' Easter being observed on tho Sunday which followed the. l4th day of the Moon of March. Discussions arose as to which was the proper day to be observed, and came near causing a schism in (he church. Howover in 325 A. D. the European Constantino had the matter brought beforo the Council at Nice. Here the question was fully discussed und finally resulted iu the following rule being eetnbjiabed for tliff" wbolo church: "Easter Day is tho first Hiin-- J day alter the full moon which hop-peupon or next after' the Match 21st; and if. tho lull moon happens on Sunday, Easter Day is the Sunday us ftrnntor Deboe. With great heartiness The Leader congratulates the Republican party ot Kentucky and the Nation aTlarge because of the election today of William, J. Deboe to succeed Mr. Blackburn in the United States Senate. As a Republican, trne to every tenet of his party's faith, he has risen by virture of ais ability and faithfulness to his present eminent position. He has proven himself equal to the discharge of the various trusts imposed upon him by his patty. As an officer, he has served his State with conspicuous talents. As a private citizen he ens joys the perfect confidence of all who know him. That he will honor the position that he has been called to "fill, is most certain. He wins this honor by a way dramatic and memorable. Ills every patt in that great contest was borne honorably and with a sole desire to further the best interests of his party, and the end of the contest is one that will justify Itself, even as the election of Dr. Hunter would have been only justice and the duty that the Republicans owed to itself Senator Deboe succeeds one whose career has been marked by brilliancy and blundering. Kentucky can rest assured that in her new "representa-tive,sh- e wilt have a servant who will seek her good and the Nition's good lather than his own personal aggrandizement. Kentucklans will haze at Washington a friend devoted and tireless in seeking tuelr welfare. Many places will miss the late'Sena-to- r from Kentucky, nnd perhapj.tliey will not know the Junior Senator. But Kentucky will be none for that, perhaps, and as we welcome goodgladly Senator Deboe, bye to Mr. Blackburn, the Senator, with no regret, even thought we greet him wrdlally as n private citizen ' Lxingtou Leader. j It seems that thinking of Mr, Likens, - which is most respectfully and kindly submitted. The trald ndvisoi Mr, Liken) to Btlok to his empty whisky bottle hit principles and at the same time they huvo forsaken principles to support a ticket made up of Populists and Democrat. We would advise the Herald to (road carefully along tho Hues of principles, and to pluok tho mote out of hi own eyo, before advising other peoplo tottiak to principles. wan, office oh, no he would run like a -- practiced sprinter if he should hear of anybody on his track proffering any king of an official position. This was evidenced a month or two ago by,a letter received by The Herald from that gentleman saying that he had a good cbauce ot getting the position of State Organizer of his patty and asking us to give him a lift in that direction. 01 course we gave him a lift he is a clever young man then we lost sight ot the matter and did not know lie had gotten the position until we received a card from iiltu stating the fact and asking us to make a note of it in The Herald. Now of cgurte Mr. Likens did not want this office he was just simply "in the hands ot his friends " We would advise Mr. Likens to stick to his mutton, the empty whisky bottle, or come out straight on the side of ths Republicans, tor whom he seems to have such a close 0 Quilt. All of wanting office. Ofcourse ot the Gleaner, don't .u wi.1- ;c,wuc tc party oecausc it is aeau ana rotten and if they could get nothing better to vote for they would- - stay at home. They left it because they were ashamed of it, and possessed too much manhood to return to such a shameful and dlsgracctul an organization and give their suffrage to sustain their fiendish devotees. Another said he desired a full Pops ulist ticket so he could vote his exact sentiments, but let it be known that if he selects between the cabin and the rooster he would take the cabin. Another said fusion, is mining the party, because, if fusioulsts, we are on the block and liable to be delivered to any market where the demand nnd renumeration are sufficient, and no one desires to enter such a party. We are men oi principles and by our principles we'll "sink or swim; live or die," our party may die, its principles never. Another said the Demmies refused to give up their device, as their chairman stated, because it disorganizes and discredits their patty, and its voters are too' true to chicken to touch their stencil under the Plow aud Hammer, butthe same ule the Demmies applies to himselft applied to the Populists' will destroy them Let tbe Demraie vote under the rooster, I'll vote under the Plow and Hammer. It was suggested that they give the Democrats no other chance to bait They had bit thtir hook for them. once too often already. Many other things were said, but these I write that you may know that Populists can not.be delivered by party bosses into the told of any patty. It was developed during Jtia meeting that some one of the fusion elevcO"ramit-tee- s ment, when the Demo-Po- p were considering how to the campaign, that they discourage the use of Populist literature; as it was all against fusion. The meeting was composed ot some of ouf most scrupulous and upright citizens. Citizens who are sacredly devoted to the Populist party. Theesolutions were carried by a unariimolls vote'ond nre to be sent to the FordsvllliItxpress and the Hartford RErpBticAN for publlcftion. ' con-duct el, wC,... """oa'"c wa3 jT, delivered, but would never .,.. ,.,..,. w, fnrcrf-n1ri m,rfnnnr1rljiea vnGtamnnn wou,d of ncw work. ouf lumbef . . fini, a Ut ship construction and equipment; the manufacturing establishments would be busied in making the multitude of equip nnd maintain articles needed-tships. The farmers would be called upoB t0 ,pp,y ,ood fof iiundred 0, thousands of f.milles whose father?, hnsb3nd8 and MM wo,,d find new employment in all the variety of in- LdustrJes thal are cant upon to sup ply the materials and articles which enter into ship construction. "Seaboard " March 18. 1897. o m ,,, ,,.,.,. m The beautifully engraved Diplomas Issued by the American Business College, Omaha, Neb , for graduates arc the finest ever seen. They Tare iteel engravings, a x 8 inches in size. UM0.11. - near Harrods-biirMr. Ply-lesays the Democrat represents the Keley Steam Ho or Company, of SprlitRlUM, 0.,nnd iiri been" traveling through Mexico la the Interest nt his firm the past He went there a tree idlverite, year but returns a guld-buol the mot pronounced lute He says that under the lOthliug tr(larnce of its monetary ryalcm agricultural products lit that country are cheaper than In this, while commodities the farmer needs are double the cost of the Mine heie, n state olaflalrs directly opposite to Hint claimed by the fteo sliver people. Ninety percent, of the people live In most abject poverty, and n coalhoos- - in Hatrods-bur- g would be considered n palace in depreciated that country. Laud and sugar costs 1101119 to m cents a pound nnd meat foiu 18 to 20 cents a pound, nnd nn tindcrUiIrt that cost there at $1 75. A 50 cents here laborer is paid from 40 to 50 cents in Mexican coin for a day' work, but a skilled laborer docs a little better. Such is the condition of affairs that n bank note issued by one State passes nt ft discount in others, and in many Wilt not even pasi that way. The only.cutrency tint passes at jwr value Is the National Bank of Mexico note and that ol the Bank ot England, it being a penal offense to discount cither of these. Our silver dollar is worth from 194 to 200 cents in their silver, State or national bank money, while our silver dollar can be exchanged even lor their gold dollar. No distinction is made between our gold dollar, stiver dollar or bank note. They nre prot'ctioutsts, and not only charge a duty on all imports, but on all articles eerried from one State to another. At prceegt, however, they are allowing American com to be shipped into their country tree ol charge because ol a failure of their corn crop. Mr. Plyley had a note for $12,000 signed by the city of Monterey nnd the payment guaranteed bv the State of Nuevalon, the best State in the lepubllc. It bore 6 per ctnt, interest and was payable in six months. The three banks in Monterey refused toditcount It, as did tbe National Batik of Mexico, because of the fluctuation of silver, but would have been willing to have taken chances hnj it been a thirty day note. He finally got his money by payhrg heavily for It W. T. y 1 g Phillip, hs Miw. BiRUA CnooKHK, Gladstone, AU, My blood ws u"l of order and I had, no energy. After taking two bottle of Hood's Barwiparllln I felt better than for Coltlns-vlll- e, a year." MAniox W. Biirrn, Alabama. Is sold by druggists, Hood's ft, six for f5. Bo sure to get llood'ij Tlrod, Nor-Bad Symptom Curod votiB-Evby Hood's Onrsnpanfln. Por nearly flvo yeara I saftered with ot stomteh trouble, t had atevere nalna In my stomach and liowele 0 that I eould not etancT or work without ereat aalterlnjr My appetite waavefypoorand anything I we shortly when I illd ntterwarde Belied with vomiting apelis. I ooutU not net at night and felt lamo and tired nil over. I become nervous and hid My llto iccmed no energy wtiatever. gloomy and hopeleee. My husband me to take Hood's BareaparllU, aa bene-urhe had been taking It with greit I begun taking It and the flrjt bottle did mo a great deal of good. 1 eon. tlnued with it regularly and havo new almost fully regained my natural weight and am doing nearly all my bouaowork." eo ad-vl- al. , H-ll-s Mr. Louis Daniel, a very prominent and popular young mau, whp was formerly clerk at the Ikonomy v dry goods store, of this city, an in brother of J P. Daniel, clerk nt if B Phillips & Co'a and Mls Cora Bean, n popular ouug lady, and daughter' ofC. D. Betn, a prominent firmer ot Olaton, in Ohio county, will be mar- rled next ThtirMlay afternoon at 4 o'clock, Rev Gahrit I lienn, nn uncle of the bride, ptilorming tbecetemu-ny- . Mr. and Mrs. Danlol will tuko a shoit bridal tour, and njion their re- ttitn will make Oftston tlit.fr home. Their many friends wish them a hap Inquirer'. py life ' 'jj Ulhnbtth, N , Ott ig.&W-- ' My Bios., Dear Sirs: l'teaie accept my thanks lot your lavorinthe cm. gilt of n bottle df Cream Balm'. !,c,t , me say I have used It for years and can thoroughly recomnjenl it what it claims, it directions are followed. Youra ttnly, Rev ) H. W. Hathaway. No clergyman nhouhl be wftjiatrt Cream Balth is kept by nil dtugnsts, PuUsiite 50c. Tiial size. 10 ccnJiL-'- , We mail it BLY BROS., 6 Waiun St., N. V. " for,.U '- j - i. , ', -- Seventy million people know Hood's Snisaparil.e pHrifies the blood, strengthens the system and gives good ho.lth Illinois Qen. has Through ,. ,. wi r Rev. Tom Morton, ot Centertown, preached here Sunday. Mrs Fannie Morton, who has been dangerously ill for some time, is im- aire, pleas-n- it and refrcsUlng? to the taale, net gently on kMiwyn, liver ami bowep, oteaniliMi the entire smt-m- . dUpel cow-- ., cure lienilnotia, form-- , ItnMiwil conUoUen awl blllniiMMM. Pleas bin nnl trjr a box toMlnjr; 10. , of C O. M Kohl obU guaranteed to sure by Hllratpett. ami tbe CnnrU Candr Uatliartle, the RMit illnoeryof Ererrbodr sjrn Bo. Ptucwuger Trains and Fast Efficient DouWe Daily Service from Ctnetnnaji nnd Louisville to Memphis points & i&w Orleans the In connection with a B & 0 S. W. to Louisville, reaching direct or making close connections for principal The American Builnew College, Mrs. Elizabeth Williamt, who has Omaha, Neb , has a notice in the lovisiting relatives at Prentis, has re- cal columns of this paper offering a turned. thorcugh course ot instruction In Miss Maggie Paxton visited in Book Keeping aud Commercial Cromwell last week. Arithmetic by mail free ol tuition Miss Ida Leach. Liberty, visited in To avail jourgeff of this liberal ofier the neighborhood last week. is the same as accepting a present of ' Miss Nola Batnard nnd brother, Liberty, were the guests of their sis-- , lliirklrnVi Irnlrn Milvr. ter, Mrs A. C Stevens, the 18th The Best Salve in the world for Mtsi A. L. Addison, who has oceu Cuts, Bruises, Soies, Ulcers. Salt sick for some time, is improving. Rheum. FeverSores, Tetter, Chapped Sunday School was organized at Hands. Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures this place on the 2nd Sunday. Piles,, or no pay required It is Our school is progressing nicely guaranteedjo give perfectf ntisfnetion with Miss Siddie Davidson as teacher or money refunded. Price 25 cents Miss Martha Rogers wa's visiting per box.- - PUr sale by Williams & Bell. tn the neigborhood Sunday. Mr. Delmer Stevens, of Beaver If you villi to be enrolled as a free Dam, epent Sunday with A C Stevstudent in the mail department of the ens. Rev. A. J. Williams will pieach at American Business College, Omaha. this place the third Sunday in May. Neb., send your application at once. Their offer ot free course by mail will S. BF. be open for n limited time only. -- proving. SOUTH & WEST on its own and connecting lines, Including Vteksburg and Joekeon, Mtss , BatonRouee nnd Natchez, La , Little Rock and lot Springs. Ark, Waco, Fort Worth. Dallas, Houston and San Antonio, Tex , and points on the Pacific Coast It alio has through passenger trains and fast efficient double daily service from New Orleans. Jackson, Memphis and points. South aud West on Its own and connecting lines to j CINCINNAri, LOUISVILLE, CHICAGO & ST. LOUIS making direct connections with through trains for all points NORTH & EAST c including St. Louis, Chicago, Cleveland, Boston, New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore and Richmond, Buflajo,-PittslMir- Solid vestibule trtdus through n bnfiet slecptug cats through free reclining chair cars pull-ma- Mr. John P. Da del who has beer! with Wile Bros., in the furnishing good for 4 yearsjjias taken charge ot the furnishing good department at H. B. 19c, Phillips & Co. ., TV, erure CaiMllpatton Forerr, ' 11.0 GMMieU dandy OUburtla. ing or 98 If 0. C. 0. fall 10 euro, drunilow r.fund rsotor Bdnente Tour Ilonr.L Willi CutmreW. Candy CftMmrtle, cure constipation toreier JS. II a 0.C r.ll.drueirl.u refund mooY - - Particulars of your local railroad . ticket agent. S G Hatch. DIvTMm. Agent, Cincinnati. Jno A. Scorr, Div. Agent, Memphis, A. H ps. r Hanson, o r a., Chicago,-- W. A. Kbixowi. A o v a., Loutsv.jjJ. 2 " a $0,1 Pay. for Jlverythlngiur. njshed-f- or Hoard and Tuition special Summer Term cf8 weeks W!wlib8lnslani8 " AU our students will havo tho opportunity of attending ' .iJLesooIation DBELontuoky V TDeaobors Which meets in Bowling Oresn'June 20 30 and July 1, '97. It you want a better education, prepare yoilrtolf "for teaching, get a better certificate, or to take n thorough" Commercial Course, it will pa ,yon to write to ui. You can eutor now aud find classes to suit you. bipedal emphasis put on tho Statu ToftOhorS CourHO. CHKRUY-JjItOS- .. . JSSTWrlto, npw. Proprietors, Menttou Course wanted. Southern Normal School and Bowling Greon BuilueH CoHego, B iwllng Green, Ky. the 1897. x Tho Stato AvVlSITQR. - alter." Heiioe Easter may oomc as early as March 22d or as late as April 25ih. Easter has been observed since the establishment of tho. Christian iCliuroh ' ami is now observed by all' Chrlsljou Chu relief. .'- In tlio early history of Christianity on Eas or day all churches iwetojoma mented with largo wax ctnd'oj)iiml Christiana saluted eao wither with u KIm and the words, "Christ,, is rieo;" to this a response was made, "Chrht u indeed rissu." Thl cusl'ini iaslill , : 1 I I aMrriMkiiiiaiinsK'Ma UHwh U( In lima. CUIUS WMUi AIL lUt 11J. ttjrua TuKi Goud. guUibrdrusiriiu. Dm IJ M Ml The Third Quarterly Conference for Hartford Cfrjmit M.E. tiuurclt South, will be held at Goshen May 15 and 16 1897. In consequence of this, I will not preach in Hattford on that day at 11 o'clock, but will preach at nlgllt. The fourth Sunday will be chlldrens's day in Hartford. I expect to be present, hut will hot preach unltlnlght. I will bent Liberty the second Sunday In May. The appointment loi that time at GoslTen It hereby called in. Let nil concerned ob Thi'ice-a-wee- k I regret thaj serve these changes riv II ma. nn...Mfr tf.r.t. ..a at rt I hone tbe officiajfl terly Conference meniucra win turn out gwneraity nnu that many others will be present. .m iii m Let us pray for a good msetlng , Tor Nnln . A desirable farm of one hundred J S CjiANDMtn, P. C. acres, situated near Hartford, well' good oiched, two hundred watered, l,oel tlm Itiior , bearing ttces, good buildings, and in Li stolen, Purify, good community. For futther par- Before the horse ticulars call at this office, at once, tf enrich and vitaliz your blood and build up your physical system pefore . Don't Ta.fft Sj.lt J RnwW Vur life A7. d sense attacks ydu and' e"er(ous sickTo quit tolaeco eallly and fewer, be rang Hood's' Sarsaparllla ness comes btto. lull i.r life nerve mil Vlfor, take the. wonder worker, tint roaliwi u.eak men will make you strong and vigorous All druuclui, KMortJ. JEW irunren-teeitreuir. ilseklet and sample ftfa, Addreu andVtoill expel from your b)ood all Sterling Hewedj Co., Chicago or New Voile impurities and gefTu3 of disease. Wanted To borrow $Goo.oo on Take Hood's Sarwparllla npw. propei ly wo th 4 times the amount Hood's Pills are the favorite family Call on t.r address A B , care The cathartic Fasy to take, gentle, Kk.'Ublican. Hnitford, Ky. mild 25 rents )nrierlr Conlrrenee, V 4 H-E-NTL- Y -- HAVE OPENED THEIR FIELD & SON - vtjuy The and Republican World $1.65 per year. i. Y. for , r I 'ZCsTew A flue uow OMNIBUS will mom all day trains nt Hravor Dam. All i, r,l aim nrnni . .... s,i..nriul,li, rl4 . -..........,..,.,.. ml v ntlnnilod- trt.. ...1.... w,iii,w,i-.imh .." corner Market and Union Stroets, Hartford, v L OiTSFEl .LH5TB T tad-j&jtotool IB eaver 3Psiaa3.. X?o & An elgant vehicle nnd good horses Leave order nt Fiold's Livery fc'ta tie, ,jHUlkat& up ,i mi mm ut i rfrr? ittjtn Wp 1rW7 "w tt "tww7 jprrjrws0f&99 j 'im'r- -- fi. ri'p yyr' m fit' p yiy jiynifffTC an8 w ''I)'"" "rwp r"- - "' ' , k i. i4 ii i iwmowwiwypi ma ppMfy qyyy j Co. Liw - aw. " t?? mj Pair. rr' w " 'in iiiiijmiiiw iij'iw aimaaJ'.aVUHI II" JU '! ni.mmpiii Tuy FerUHtrfrWH Co's Vi it . m ii II U 1IU J Now is the Time to Strike hPJKIrS Croti h Awarded Highest Honors-Wo- The Floating SludtoU flt Calhoon rld' Ldli fTbtwd ,. vett jc nt Palr& co8. . . mm Absolutoly Puro. Dr 2 Colert iIQ iiondny for Louis- nt Pair & jyji Match Our Prices if You Can. WF SHOULD LIKI TO HME Y0O TRY. ImndklrfllMHwrb w CEEAM Co's. Ox blood.and brown hose at Fair & Co's. 35CTbr & Co's. AT FAIR & COMPANY'S. '' We luivo our entire stock of Spring Goods in and arranged for your inspection Our All aro fresh and the very latest. line of Millinery, Woolen dress goods,wash fabrics were never more beautiful. A look at theso lines will be appreciated. 15 Inch Marabout Lawns a white shirt at J. It. Fogle BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. A .. .' 10c . 00 inch lfojano Dimity 37 inch Cresdcn Dimity 30 inch Quipurl laco offtcls 12o ,...'. 7 -- 80 inch Percales , 30 iochOraoito cloth....,; 30 inch Shepherds plaid ducks.... r j y.i .". 8io .8 .. , With this line we have the fancy trimming to match which are in vogue this season. tRiJwlmitfra6a5fWfoWr a4) (jh 4mi ,,....'. ..12$ ;...12 The best OxIonTTle lor$i 00 is at Celebrated for Its great leavening Assuros Carson & C6s. strength and hcaltbfulness. the lood against alum and all forms ol adulteration common to the cheap 35c for men's percale shirts at I. It. brands. RovaMjakinoPowdiirCo., Fogle & Co's. Nnw York. 10c Peicalcs 36 in, wide' 6ic at Fair & Co's. Fair & Co. want yoitr wool, A good umbrella for 50c at I. It. Trade with J. It. Poglc & Co. Fogle gtCo's. Men's heavy socks 5c at Pair & We will buy your bacon and hams. Co's. Cabson & Co. 36 inch wool cashmere 20c of Pair Buy your curtains und draperies at & Co's. T. B. Foirle&Co'B. . . 1 01 Duy jour straw hats at J It. Poglei v M WhenIn nee8 of a good pair of & Co's. shoes go tqSchapmire?" 11 ..' Prettiest millinery in town at Pair Only 48c for a good pair cottonade & Co's. pants at J. It. Fogle &f Co's. Good cottonade for 8c at J. E. Po- Schapmirc has the finest line of gle & Co's. shoes ever brought to Hartford, Ladies trimmed hats from 50c up at For a square feed.takcyour horse to Pair & Co's. the livery stable of Field & Son. A nice line ol wash goods nt J. It. A siinll lot of wool will buy a big Poglc & Co's. i pure Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. That will be the simplest way to convince you that Actually undersoil every houso in tho cuiuty. REPUBUAN SENATOR. 1 William J.Deboe Elected After a Long StrDggle. Received Seventy-on- e Votes in the Joint Assembly. VII1 go-Straig- 4 Lots of people have found it out and lots others are finding it out everj: da) Come in and examine and compare. V' That will tell the story. Men's and boy's clothing at monoy-sdv"- ing prices, Our Dress Goods department is unsurpassed in any country store?,with prices that are "hard to head.'' . m MPJMlliSI 3 department you will regret it. Wo have tho largest line and the prettiest styles in "Hartford. oji miss, visiting this II Oan furnish you a hat from 50c to well any pfrice you want it Come to see them anyway if you are not ready to purchase-I- t will be alright. Always glad to show our goods. Department should not be forgotten. W 00 Mens good wool suits. . . .' G OQ 7 Mens better wool suits .. I 8fJ0to810 00 Mens extra wool suits .'.. Bays wool suits..... $260 to $5 00 G0oto8860 Obild wool suits With every boys suit oi clothes wo give you u ball aud bat. And with Wo every $2 00 purchase or over n handsomo picture in a neat irarae. want yunr trade and shall endeavor by all fair means to obtain it. Writo lor utrapUs. r Wo will gladly soad them. . Highest prices paid Jor wool at to Assist ReMrs. G. B. Hocker, Sutherland, is Pair & Co's. very sick. Not expected to live. publican Legisla8c Jor a pretty line of Dimities at Pnt yonr wool, eggs and feathers Pair & Co's. tion. in your wagonand come and see Fair 3X"c lor hoosler brown cotton at & Co. Fair & Co's. .11 Blaokblir'n Dlos Hard, Politicj.ooo yards of nice calico sold evally! and. Pours hot Shots 3 cakes good toilet soap for toe at ery where orvgQ pow 4c ntj Fair & Pair & Co's. Co's. Into tho .Cold Dorno-- -, ' i $1 50 buys a handsomely triinmqd ' ' crats. corsets leit, re A few of the 75c hat at Fair & Co'fl. member they go for 39c at Fair & suit lor your boy at Co's. 65c buys ALL. KENTUCKY GLAD, J. E. Fogle & Co's. Marshal May has a young sow,that Good heavy domestic for 4c a yard has given birth to 19 pigs in 118 Doboo, 71. at J. It. Fogle & Co's. days.' Blackburn. 50. Good check cotton for 4c per yard' h Judge Jno. P. Morton and Attorney Martin, 13. at J. U Fogle & Co's. B. P. Neal were In Frankfort this Stono, l.1 1 lot ol Dry goods nt Carson '& Co's. to Wa3h-into- rf Our Dress Trimmings, Hosiery, Men's and Lady's Hats are not frequently matched in a country store. Kemember, wo are going to quit the clothing business and will give you a few prices: -- Mon'sSuiUfrom Boy's Suits from 1 yard pcrcslo at Half-woAll-woAll-wo- $2 -. 50to$lG00 Cashmero 00c to 85 00 0c 17c , eerge.... ol .. ,.2Cc : - Cashmero 40 inches' wido White. Carpet warp Colored Carpet warp. Factory cotton, 1 yard wide 25o lCc 17c 4c Come to Pair & Co's goods at correct prices. ... ...... piarlford jjemple of jT&shions, ammKmtmmmmmmmmmammaaMtaaammamtmtmrmaimmmmmmmimwiimammmmamKmHamaiammm l4MtMQ, ANDY CATHARTIC CURECOHSTIPATIOH . fc io 4 25 DRUGaiSTSf SO IDCnillTDIV f!IlIDIlllTBPn;"',',f',tlP'lBt'M"u,r,l,,,,',.,,l,",i b.m.i ADdULUlDuI UU&nAIU&aU iwc. ntitr rriporirlpt.botr.nMi.tjyn.IurilrtKilU. m.i til m4 boolVt- tn.- It. T HI HO UEHEUI CO., fhlfiro. Boatrnl. Ca..errHTUrt. i i i mii3Kmwmwm3'mr '&3M!mH32h ali i i F t'hniiiclHR Heiitliiimt. Some idefc of the change in sentiment in the South regarding the Tor-1(question may be gfclocd from this excel pt from the "Atlanta Constitution!" "We have received n. Utter from a prominent lumberman ol Savannah, who writes to ask if the "Constitution" wjll aid thelumler-men,of- he yrtlted States to haven Protective Tariff ol Ja a thousand placed on lumber, If we consistently T Whatever your pursuit in Hie may Ibe, a thorough business education Is ness College, The American BusiOmaha, Neb , now offers a complete buslnerc course by mall free for advertising purposes. If you wish to obtain rt good business edncatlonyon will do well to investigate the matter and make application for admission as a free student nt once. what you need. Rev. Silas Spurrier died nt Sulphur Ant1 the "Constitution" answers: Springs, last Sunday oi "From the foundation of the Govern le. lie wnsno years 01 age, nna naa thous- - been a minister of $ ment there was a duty-and on lumber until the professors of church fot a number of years. He economy in nic leaves a faVge number ot. relative's in w"Klc" ished It, at the demand of a combinathis and Grayson 'cTmnties. 1 he re tion ol capitalists who had mvetted mains weretnken to LeitchlUld for " in Canadian tupber ltwos a fine (nternnent scheme to sell out Amtrictitt interests S5 iu bthnll f,n principle,' and It wniked ndmltnbly forthe Canadians and the capitalistic combine J' Curiously enough, too, the holds' lhat, "Pree-Trad- e never wns, and never villi be, o.jirt it Is of the Diuincrutic doit Inei-fo- r the opposite of a Revenue Tariff, The essence of life li force, which is the basis ot Democratic livery breathyou 6reathe,every If the 'Constitution' lav economies. heart beat, every motion of ored Free Trade, It Staid not consisyour hand, takes force. The tently do what our old friend asks is measure of force we call vitality. If this U lacking:, there h to do" fn ni frU. laclc of rtjlltlve T Republican Protectionists, this power, a tendency to catch di(acts m'CUs like qmbbUpg. but two sease easily, especially a tendare tery appajpnt One is that ency to Conrumpjion. For low SouTpern lumbermen are fofl'rotec-tio- n, vitality nothing- is better than and the other is that the leading It, supplies Scott's Emuhlon. nourishforcebyfurnUhing-thDmoctnllc paper ol the South ilso . ing, strengthening elements of favors It under the guise ol a food In an easily digested formj If the South contains enriches the blood, and builds fcuch iBefrns lltetc. there should many up the system. When ordinary be no, dijfleulty'ln btltiging uougli avail, Scotfs food fsvof-n- o piesuref"6n Us Sobators, to .p.ms b nnfv tfll fuulv t7m..fctnn will can," heart-trpn,- ol "Con-stltut'-- )Yor .' Vitality?- - revenue-measure- ' TtftiflBct-tUufl- alo, N Y Itxpress wnhaUthevltalekments.ofllfe, 1 Two dxth 50 cU. kod $1.00. All Account Pretbj terlan Church OenCralt B3ombly U S nt Chailotto NC May 20 to 3 int tickets on S4)l May 17 to ;igt at one f.ir round trip, gol till June 10 to ret am II Mkhiuck Agt fo t w will tend yoTTli book telling you ill about Bcott'a Emulsion. Frte. iyouwIUMfc SC3TT U BcWNE, N.w Yoik. Frankfort, Ky., April 28. The struggle hardast, ought Senatorial evening. cloth and.straw mattings. in the history of Kentucky is at an i Men'sose that nsuallvjselt lor 25c end, and a clean, pure and able Res 20c buys a good pair drilling drawfor a few days only, 2 pair for 25c at publican statesman ers at J. It. Fogle S$ Co's. will succeed Hon. Fair & Co's. I. C. S. Blackburn, who has misrepCall on Field & Son for the cheapMra. M. A. Funk, of Livermore, is est and best Duggy Harness. resented the real sentiments oi the the guest of her daughter Mrs. T. P. people of Kentucky so long. Priesmeyer slippers in Hick, this week, brown and blark at Fair & Co's. The end of the memorable struggle, that Schapmire can r Remember A shirt with two collar and one lurnlsU you with the best oi shoes at extending over two sessions ot the pair ot cufls 50c at Pair & Co's. Legislature, brought with it the electhe lowest prices. tion of Hon.. William J. Deboe, one ol The Populist ol Ohio county will Remember that J. E. Fogle & Co. meet at the Court House next Monhave the best and cheapest line of the best Republicans in the State. day. Only iorty seven years of age, yotfbg, shoes in the county. 'Misses Lyda and Berta Morton X'ather O'Conner, of Leitchficld, active and brilliant, Senator Deboe spent the first of the week in Beaver was the guest of the family of Mr. will be a credit to his party and an Martin their last hope was gone. Itnrtloril CIIUch nsNcrn by nn , Ioula Gunther Sunday. Dam. honor to his State, He yoes to the The sound money Democrats voted Mrs. Jane Murphy, ol Fordsyille, ' A primmed Hat latest styles lor Senate with no cliques, rings or right along when their names were TJheniost hospitable man K. P. has been granted, a penslon'ot $'14 per children nt 50c. and" Tklisses 75c. and pledges Neal. to bind him. but as a true called for Martin. month. The cleverest inan S. K. Cox. Ladles for $r.oo a't'Carson & Co's " The final scene in the play representative of every Kentuckian The stingiest man moved to Mexwas enacted at the Opera Rev. J. T. Rushing, of Greenville, Mattings, window shades, curtain in the State. before an audience of ico. house preached at the Methodist Church drapery, curtain polls, floor oil cloth Senator Deboe will be on hand about two hundred and fifty people. The most energetic man M. L. Monday night. and such for spring cleaning at Fair ready to vote injhc Senate on "MonThe staye was filled with a number Heavrin. & Co's. V Miss Florence Oellaven has re "The most conservative man C. M, day, and he will cast his vote for Re- ol smaller members of the cast, with turned from nn extended visit to relar Bring on your woolk your wife and publican principles. a lew prominent Republican legisla- Barnett. tives at Horton, daughters,' You can bny Hats, The most thorough., man W. tors occupying seats. Amid the wildest cheering, Shoe3 and Dress Goods with wool at AS Gibso- nThe star actor of the show, the Mr. T. M. Morton, of near Croiu waving of parasols, fans & Co's. , f The most profound Nman J. S. States Senator, arose promptwell, who has been confined to his Carson and handkerchiefs, Hon. W, J, Deboe If yovt want your picture enlarged was declaret? elected today to be the ly at 8 o'clock, after a rose had been Glenn. room on account ol slckuess for some The most commanding man J. S. you should see Clids Wedding. The successor of J. C S. Blackburn in the binned on the lapel of his coatby Col. time, is improving. Robert Tyler, who was Sergeant at R. Wedding. firoYhe is takingojdjr,s for guaranUnited States Senate. The most graceful man Ben D. of Erin, tees satisfaction.' " Mr. George Sullengor, Before the result of the ballot was Arms of the Senate, who was kindly 'Rihgo. r t ,1, . Tenu., "an old Ohio county boy, is We want yonr wool, feathers, eggs announced the cheering began, and in cheeredfor bisection. Senator Wm. The meanest man died years ago. visiting his brothers. Mr. Jas. Sulhn-ge- r, Gopbel presented the fallen idol as and Ginseng for which we will pay the excitement of tne moment a moThe biggest man R. R. Wedding. this week. ' tion to adjourn vas cnterlned and "the gatnest Democrat in Kentucky." tliq, highest market price. The siucerest man John P. MorBlackburn started out by Saying x " newly elected Sen adopted belore the CARSOK & Co. Mrs, Laura McKlnney and children, ton. ator could be brought in for a speech tfiat he had not been defeated; that it of Klndsrhook, who have been visitLittle Miss- - ljlizabefh Felix fell The laziest man gone to tjie poor He received his friends in the; west was only a failnre, and that this could ing her sister, Mrs. h. F. Jlocker, lrohnn,-potclast M6nday and her be remedied, whereas defeat could not house. library room alter the session, where Sutherland, returned home Sunday. collar-bon- e was brokeu. Tne wouna The ugliest man Uvea out in the He then stated that he had no hundreds called to congratulate him. be. fs vety painful, ' but the .little lady is against the Republicans, country. and final ballot ot the The sixtieth getUng along very nicely. The poorest, mn the editors of session oi the General Assembly was who had fought him openly; that it the Hartford papers, Wh'en will they Mr. H. P. Taylor, wile nnd two held y at noon, in the presence was against the midnight assassins, When their delinquent subvyho, thirteen in number, had stood and left off Ohio childtetlf SallleJohn, John, to be last of the largest crowd ever present in beneath the Democratic banner nnd scribers pay up. Backwoopsiib. abKan., Sunday for St, the historic old hall of the House oi stabbed its nominee: that he felt ill will" sent ,about three weeks, visiting the Representatives. . Account StateKncnmpment G.A.R. toward them; that he thought Gcd family of Mr. Howard Gray. ? The lobbies and galleries were fillat Lexington, Ky , tickets ou sail Have Almighty owed the people of Ken. May t' 9th anft 10, good till May 12th ed, and long before" the Senate filed PhotographerTjiyJpr will make for allowing theju. to return one fair round trip Vjjj- Pholograpjis lor a short time at in it was almost impossible to move ,tucky an apology H. MsufciCK, Agt. -- to exist , ftt.sOiPerdozeti'anU will be fuund ev around on thVfiooroJ the.Hbtise. This, tirade of abuse against all who U. R. Henrys a suVstntial ety .Monday at his Photb Car iff HatUl. The Governot and all the State of. opposed him continued for an ficer were present, smiling, and hap'. farmer.nmi a loddlng Populist of Bart, ford. 39 ti our and a half, anil he closed eulo-- . A. f py, on what they knew was to be the letl ptoclrict was in Hnitlord'ylster-dn- y SPRINGFIELD, MO. Mr. Russell was tried lrithe Coun- final nnd victorious day ol Jhe joinl giziug Wm J Bryan, , and'" thanking Do.tor.t) l Health by Dr. Mllof Rtttor. and In conversation with a r? had stajedwith. him ty Court Tuesday and was adjudged session The Senate was.anripanced tha friends who JIyc N.rvlno. pOrter lor Tub R.ga'unCiCAN saijLth'at on an occasions aqnng ine past be of unsound mind, and he was la by poorkeepe?td pronipjly' the Populista of Ohio countxTwerS to -- '' . eighteen months, conveyed to the HopkinsvUle Asylum o'efock, and they were fully ten minnow organiilng'Jprthe cojinty carnal A number oi Republican legislators by Messrs, uunt anq uoots. theiLteu-tena- ut utes getting sauted, when; .paign nnu wcic uuuig ly uuju.a mtcv, Were present in the hall to rote the Governor announced that the Mr. rVc! Sufjlhiti, who has been lug xuonuay 10 lormumie ' pians, so oi dying struggles oi the- Popocratic He was in Hattiojd ior the ast lejnonths session held was foj the purpose as.towaintarn their party. leader. . n t very enthifslaHIc for the measure and in the Jewelry business! hastgone to taking the sixtieth billot for the n United States Senatbj froiu ol claims that all the Populists of'Dart.' BHzibethlown where he has accepted 1' ' Exeumlou. Kentucky. . i lettand Magan precincts were in ears a position in a jeweiry uiurc. Tennessee Centeulal and Interna to theroatterand a full nest in regard Tim reading of the journal of yes I ,lnMl IFvnneltlA. n. Mn.fuflllf. TMt4 Preston Morton Post No. 4. G. A. terday . . Populist ticket wag certain to be put was dispensed with, ou motjou , will meet next Saturday, May 1st. R in the field for n'l the ouuty offices. ofW H Jones. Urodown to. 2 la for the tound ot the court house. Every comrade He recited lnstancea where ChairThe Clerk then Cflled the roll to t,ip according to number ofpeope. to be present, man Holbrook, of the Democratic is tc3pctlully invited ,..,,... ....,.,...- ror on May u.v. ..- -. anu'iime, aiso time 01 num. party, said that his potty would pot as the flags for decoration RerjuljlloanT nnd twelve HutCher particulars call on agent. By order Sixty-ninagth-wibe distributed. . mr v& give np the rooster us it would kill lll'Vff . - w. sous') money, wciuugiuib leayyuueu H MhisriCk, Agent DAiRL Hicks. Democratic patty, nnd then btT ol commander. the ffr I to th call, and the Chair announced " said Holbrook had the chefk Jo ask Last Saljirda,y Slight wlille returnig that eighty one members were pres For Kentucky Derby"Louisville Ky the Popnllsts to give up their device; from 'thf 'country Meesrff. Lonnte ent MtlUBAV." enluer for ou May 12th", &Ol will ltountrw) UetitaUI Co. He said Tjweodd.elI nnd the Plow and Hammer. Bozarth had a runt Joe Mr Howardrof Butler, then form I2tli for the a.m. train at wrltMi "I (Uttera trota the Populhts would meet and nomi away H Bdrape. ' The horse became ally nominated Hon. W. J. Deboe for fay dftptmla. wu unable to eat anything with$2 50 (or the Round Trip good till aSrere dUlreu. Treated by eTrl nate good men for all the offices and .. (tightened on the levee north oi Hart. United StatM Senator. Amjd loud. 8:40 a.m. May 13th, leaving Louisville out . .1 t phjslelani wlthoat beneSt, I became mwt . wouia maite nn aggressive campaign, ,,, m.B w. thrftwn cheers Senator W. H. Clark seconded The Ih plijjlcal wreulc and unable to attend to ticket will adralt;to the Grand He leit the Democratic ,urty bwiyfe iut Dr Mile1 Hetoratlt my work. I Tlle lone the nomination. w 'Bot ,ujured, 4 Stand; the 8.17 p m train wiltbc held" WervmeandJu took weV I wa wtlli My corrupt and wild do nothing lx It was j untu u rcacte(J home. atThe Chair requested that the House at Louisville till 6oclock pnt on 12th. nlte naa a .. for the peopte and he would no'M ft tack of L Orlpva ,, II. Mkrrick. Agt. ' be as quite, ns possibte while the ball! JSDW brauifit on thrown with that class of people 4hy, which paaullar to A scholarship in tjie Lexington lot waS'belng tiken, and then order-e- il trouble more." He declared that the Demo. her sex. Tho Hrator. have the Clerk to proceed with the roll College. A scholarship in Nervine ntlta Nervine U the The following named persons crats had broken'every mouilse they BusineflS Restores . only thin that bu Dryunt and Strattou Business College, call. paid their subscription tu T11R had eyer made the people antf K IPa.I1 helped ber. We nota The Democrats relused to vote sincf our last issue: T. knew tha they could not be relied A, cbolraabip In Kinc'B Commercial hope you will uie thu olaishlp L. Allen, Hurtford; J. R Daniel. Ma .A t when their names were called, hop upon to carry out any policy outlined Jn a way to help othera u we baye bseo," I Centertown; Vf, by them. Hefnilher said that he Pr Ullea' Uemedlea ato aoht by all dr Aiftiv nt ihlsofflce and we will save Ing to break a quotum, but when the gan; C, R Stevens, bottle otoantic trade rfone into hv nmr-- nl Unie of Sound Money Democrat S Cole. Birreta Perry; Mrs. I'annte gUM under a pnelttve guarantee, tlit ou vmi hirr innnrv. Hook benefit or mnny ti funded. Seitor W B Hsyward was calll Webrook Bowjing Green; V M. , .oqt free to all applicant. Ugei loaders of the Dtiuocratie par Heart and Nrv. VK MlLWMEDU'ilLi'O.iakbart. tnd. ty will not work ,n,ihe M8t hls vole fof ,Icnry h Spuitler. Shott Creek theliave the week. v See. B. Fogle & Co's line of oil Messrs Jno. C. Riley and Jno. J. McHenry went to Louisville Tuesday Our Millinery business is no small thing by any means. Children's trimmed hats, newest styles, 50c; Misses trimmed hats, 75c; Ladies trimmed hats, $1'.00. We have lots of new Furniture and can fix yoiron any thing in this lino. Don't fail to visit us. Bring us your wool, feathers, ginseng and all kinds of good country produce. Yours for Trade. CARSON "Black-bnrnlsm- $ CO. O11I-Illc- ' hand-clappin- g, h WILL NOMINATE. ? The Populists County Say They a County Ticket. Cab-ide- ? ' v villi S. Murray and Wife elcc-tlo- ,. e ll s Mil. r&y ' Kt r fprlnf-llelJ,Io- .. . J t si. ter Miir -- gjg innyon aff&f$lhiShl&ul&?al'?'' J MWHHI H" mil ii - M Mfttfrm .i . KVpjgfjpflBglff fgi "Tlie leeson to be drawn from, these flvurm la tlilu "Muoh th larger part of all our com- ' me r!cl oxchangw is carried on by bank cliecka or other Instruments of private con! It. TliMe Instruments nil relate to it eertnlh form of money. In plane, of which thty for the moment eWiml. If uncertainty Intervene ns to what thta rotated thlnir- - this money-- is, or Ik to be, distrust unci confusion enter lu. Hie mhrhty ngenoy of personal credit ki iilinWi. Comruerolal exchanges fall otT, trade languishes and Industry declines. "Tho greenback was iMued to pny debts, not to acqure value--, or, if valuo was received, such voluewns either consumed or converted into value not available in the market. The greenbaok paid uoldters and government employes; It taught ponder and munitions of war. The cxlstonco of a greenback Is the evidence of a debt not paid. It is a lien upon the future. "A national bank note, on the contrary, Is the evidence of soma existing value which 11m aomewhero as collateral for its redemption. To transfer such values Is the only ordinary nnd proper occasion which calls for their issue. The volume lu which they will appear marks tho rise In prices or an Increasing quantity of existing things. TJke the bank check, they will bo in active sen-Ic- e when trade and commerce are net-hTints they enjoy the principle of elasticity, wholly lacking In any pos sible form of direct government Issue. The method of their retirement is wholly different and subjects the trade and comuiqrce of tho couutry to less J dangerous strain. e. i - a- e- iw- - Hartforcl Republican. FRIDAY, APRIL jo, 1897 WHAT GAGE SAID. In 1001 Foretold tho Treasury of 100a III Often Ottoler Adilreai of 1H04 Imnorlanes of Credits Summary of Detect of Our Currency Srafem. in tho theory or practice of financial affairs. Long beforo most bankers end business mom were greatly concerned about our national finances ho bow danger ahead and prophesied what would and what t'ld happen, unless certain changes tvero inado in our unsclcntlna and unsound financial system. OnFobruary 10, 1801, Mr. Uagorcada paper bofore Uto Sunset club In Chicago. After explaining how silver and gold money had been evolved "by tho froo play of human choice, ending in consensus of action, and never by conventional agreements mado In advance," he discussed ourown monetary condition. Ho pointed out how the United States, by accepting both metals and by allowing its creditors to choose cither, kept together tho two metals, whoso voluca were diverging rapidly. To the qucs- Hon: Cannot tho govornment continue this nolloy indefinitely and thus "for- ever preserve a signer twuo to mo silver coin than Its equivalent in silver bullion?" ho replied that it could not. "The proportion of silver payments to the government," he saJU, "will steadily increase until tho treasury depart inent will bo obliged to cither pay in eUvcr or buy gold In cxehango for It. With free coinage of silver," be added, "this result will bo tho sooner reached." Kothing could bo clearer or sounder lhan tils. It Is precisely what hap- - Xbo new eeorotory of tho treasury, Iyman J. Onge, is not n novice either Rcvent.li lold nas Men adopted by the principal clvlllied nations ns prl- innry money or Mis standard of rallies Lecause of It greater market value. Its less weight for a given sum of tnoner and ita least fluctuation In market value of any of tht preakHjs metals. BljfhU Colon like silver, whose market value Is lees than their face value, ottn be kept circulating nt the tamo time with gold coins even in somewhat large amounts only by being redeemable In the mno denominations with the gold. The same Is true of paper muuey, wiucii nas dd npprcaiauie market value. Chenp Confederate atonex. A southern firm ndvertfces 15 varieties of confederate bills for 25 cents. also a "rare collection of 60 different bills and shlnplastcrs for only $2." Apparently the firm has mllllonsof dollars' worth of this money for sale cheap. What a pity that our old fogy constitution n In the wnyt lint for It tho cheap money advocates in any state where they have a majority could buy up this whole confederato outfit and start In business at once. Te nmount of prosperity and happiness tha could be extracted from th!s old poper mlno would depend upon tho slzo (population) of the sfato fortunate enough to secure tho monetary outfit. For Instance, it would probably give Nevada mora than $1,000 per capita and would at once transform her from ono of the poorest to ono of tho wealthiest of qtatas. Instead of sagebrush nnd prlreflghts sho would tecm.wlth granDown with a aries and warehouses. constitution which prevents statohomo rule In monetary ailalrs nnd tho manifold blessings of cheap money I I j ' by tarrM llrer, whteh prevents dig, tlen sad permits feod to ferment and pntrttr In the itaiMch. Tbeo fellow dlulnen, heedMue. It ctitsed Biliousness Inptou. emm"STATS OPP1CIAU. SorotaryofStnte--OhnrteBFn1uy. - KING'S - COMMERCIAL' COLLEGE Sts, Louisville. Ky. Insomlns, nervousness, U not relieved, bilious or blood poisoning. Hood's iPiHs rutin A Fcholarahlp -- Oorernor William O. Bradley. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth- .SHORTHAND "INSTITOTK nils stimulate the rouse the llrer, cure heldache, dltttaess, eon. Xbo on) j I'ilts to take with Uoor BtruparUU. m the Lexington Business College. A scholarship lit Brynm nnd Stratton Itustnest College A cliolrashlp iri King's Cnnimercial College A scholarship In Kenyon College Apply At this office anil we will Mwe you big money. At this season of the J ear colds generally affect the lnn worw than at any other time. Ur Bell's Tine Tar Honey will br-- k a cold In less time than any knann remedy, and It strengthens and invigorates the lungs and bronchial tubes I'or sale by Z Wayne Gtlflin & Bro. V. Attorney General " uditor Snmiisl H. 8tono. Treasurer Geo. W. Long. Commiteionor oi Agriculture Hor nuil ticulturo Statistics Luoes S. E, Cor. 5th and Market S. Taylor. Monro. Superintendent Public Revnold r limiirniico Bureau D W. Comhigoro. Adjutant General Instruotioti-Ge- IH',''r Ind M. Davison. Affords he best facilities fur tliouniIi practical trnlnhiR In SHORTHAND TYIR WRITINO ami BOOK MU'PING Succeea awttrcd in THRGB MONTHS. Tuplls assisted to POSITIONS Terms moderate Dusiness men furniitlied Stenogrnphers l'RRR Olf o ttlieu LHimpetent CHAROB iESn.tycoaoo 033. 5tii js. Office Clias. 0. r- Comnilsslone- State Librarian Duy. ItAIMlQAI) D. R Collier. Mrs. Mnry Drown COiUtlBSIlNKItS. fr.itiiiy fl llll, POR C. Wood, chairman: J. F. Pempsrt, H. S. Irwin, Secretaty Samtip) P. Drntvm COMIttraMONAU J no Senator Hon. Hon. John W. Lotvis 8TATR JUS Blnokbtirn. Rrprreqntnlivo Fourth Districl I.F.OtSI,ATUIIU. Hon. William 0. Llnd-ns- y, 3? - Subscribe Republican and get a'l the news. for. m The QJ. Senator Hon. A, D. Jnnies. lteiirrontutivo Ohio C'outitv Hon. Rarnctt. "OHIO COUNTY. CtltOUIT COOBT. Iletlrn Legal Tender Notes. ment should act n warehouseman for The fear of contraction has a good either gold or sitter. Such a function is outside its proper limit of notion. But deal to do with the very common oppowe oro faced by the condition, and it is sition to the policy of retiring the icgnl tho bete nolro of the treasury, Tito tender notes, but there ta no sufficient enormous amount of $500,000,000 of ground for it. No ono has suggested silver, represented by $338,000,000 in any process of retirement that would not be graduaif and tho process would stiver certificates, lidded to the Tiened. purchased by the gotermneiiti necessarily bo spread 01 er several In the autumn of 1894 he took part hi an elaborate discussion of the money under the Sherman act, constitutes a years, though tho beneficial results of standing menace to every "" business in- the policy would begin to be felt at question nt tho Commercial club of Chionce. An net of congress provldbng for cago. Ills address at this meeting U terest. "Our whole monetary system is tho the retirement of tho notes would esoften referred to and is now of much Interest, slnco It contains what ho says resultant of makeshift legislation and tablish confidence at home and abroad are still substantially his ideas in re- - unscientific compromises. It is time In tho determination and the ability of gard to currency reform. Wo quote be-- that reform began. I do not assume to our government to prevent a repetition offer mora final remedies. Iu my own of the panlo of 1893 and its ensuing Ills low tho greater part of this address: "In speaking upon the subject of our opinion the greenbacks should be per that would be of marked benefit to tho money system oca must bo awaro that manently retired. The silt er purchased country, and all the advantages of a sound currency system would be exIn whatever be may say he will excite under theSherman act should be graduthe hostile criticism nnd draw forth, ally sold and the treasury notes re- perienced long before the last of tho bitter invective from some one or more deemed and canceled. Some well legak tender notes had disappeared. $150,-000,0- "There is no reason why the govern- To borr6w $600.00 on propetty wotth 4 times the amount. Call on or address A. B., care Ttiri KnruuucAN, Hnitfird, Ky. Wantbd K For rlnlr. One ol Geo. P. Pram's New Universal Atlas. It is the very best and Will sell finest Atlas that is made Apply at this office. cheap for cash Jlradaehti and Jteuralaia cared by Dr. JULES' PAIN 'ILiUS. "Ono cent a dose." TiMimvi.rn.U,',THE RRPWAN Ilartfnid. papers Cal.P.Mveown, ShenfT-HartfDeputfts Samuel Keown Hartford 9NE-YEA- R Joe Roberta, Fordsvllle; Thos. R. -- bBishop, Centertowu; 3. T. Stevens, nrd. Hon. W: T. Otvcn, Judgo Owens-b- o ro. Hon J. Edwin Rotvo, Attorney Oiveiuboro. T. H. Dlaok, Jailor -- Hartford. O. R. Llkons, Clerk Hartford. R. D. Ringo, Master CoininiMioncr Hartfortl. G R Likens, Trustee Jury Fund ' ITipTvesitll important uews of tho Nation. I ,r gives it important news of the Wprld. IT given themost telisblo market reports. IT givos brilliant ami instructive editorials. IT pives faicinatinir short stories IT plves an unexc-ll- ed agrieulttnal ilepurtnieiil. It rires roioiiiifit and meolianleol infnriuiilian. IT gives illustrated fashion articles. IT gives humorous illustrations. IT gives entertainment to young aud old. IT givei satisfaoMnn evervwliere to overvlxMlv. 1 V, Ihjtt. EVKRY member of KVHRY family on 1JVERY farm, In ' EVKRY village, in ' EVERY fuio and Tuirllpiy. FOREdtiMtioii, FOR Noble Manhood, FOR True Womnnhooil. ' . ' , i '! NEW YORK WEEKLY Cromwoll. I arain, Duisorexonange .s. "I'crccntage of cash to total credits, jlvn imt cent, . iTHifiui, NaltoMi! bank net., Total easti ...... ,,., .. nnW orttflaatai.... itrai ttttatr notw ana greeauatiu. "KB Treasury liaLM t foundations our much disturbed financial structure. "Through our heterogeneous system the public mind has seemingly lost the power to discriminate between real things and the shadows or signs of things. It is necessary that disguises be pulled aside and that real facts appear. "There is, in truth, only ont, real money viz., metallic coin. It may bo composed of gold or silver. It might bo of something else, but it is not. Greenbacks, treasury notes and national bank notes are but promises to pay. In the nature of tilings they can be nothing more. They pass ns money, perform the functions of money, often more conveniently than money itself. Because of this confusion comes, and we are led astray. Seeing that the greenback Is uttered by tho government; that it has, by the legal tender quality imparted to it, the power to pay debts, and that it circulates with all tho power of money, discrimination ceases we,cnll it money and the Idea that government can create money by its sanction or fiat becomes rooted In the mind. Tho distinctions just pointed out nre, however, fundamental distinctions. They should be taught in the sehools. They are simple, easy to be understood even by a child. "Wo admit that on many occasions paper money, whether greenbacks, treasury notes or national bonk notes, is more to be desired than gold. Yet more to bo desired than either, as proved by the daily conduct of men, Is a credit balance in a solvent bank. For, to secure this better form of good, people toluntarily give to the banker these promises to pay yea, even gold itself for a credit to an equal sum upon His books. With on entry upon their passbook as et I clenco of the transaction they claim to have "money in the bank." In popidar language, the claim is well enough, but, correctly speaking, it is poslthcly untrue. They have parted with their money, if money they had. It belongs to the banker; It Is no longer theirs. "The consideration they hate received is an ugrcement from the banker to meet their requisitions upon him from time to time. If the banker is faithful to his obligations they hate til ado no bod bargains, for all these things greenbacks, treasury notcs,"na-tlonbank notes and, to use the popular language, money in bank nro In their nature ami essence one viz., they are forms of credit. TJieir talue, each and all alike, lies in the ability of the cwrjer to convert them at last into tho only real form of money now existent metallic coin. And to push the question a little further, the only talue of the metallic coin lies, not in the coin an a coin, but In the power of tho metal the coin contains to exchange for other things. "It should here be noted that while our silver dollar Is real money Its power to exohtngu for other things is more than doubled by another nnd artificial talue imparted to It through the law, which gives it power equal to the dollar In gold to pay customs dues, Ilav-ian equal taiuo In this dlrectloirfThe quantity being limited, It fms equal talue in all directions, but thpdlllerenco belween the metallic talue of the s'lter dollar and this arbitrary value Ilea it) the realm of cretllt. What I have so far said lies at tho foundation of the subject and must b9 first understood. "We hate now current In the UnlW BtaterfavailableMn the purchase und sale of commodities and for the payment of labor services tho following agencies! "First, gold coin, sitter coin reul money. "Next, greeulucks, treasury notes, national bank notes and bank cheeks. The last four to be olasslflfd together as forms of credit. i'. "Their rospeotite legal relationships to real money, howevur, are not njlke. Tho national bank note and thebank oheek may both be satisfied by the tender of grenbaaks or treasury iioUm, while the Tart two are redeemed only in coin or in pay inent Ot public dues. "In passing it may be well to note thojelatlte use of these tarlous agon- den In the practluol ojiorations of com-- , inerce nnd tntde. No better place to determine this cun be found than the counter of a tank, and tho following statement of the amount of eaoh recall ed by a bauk In this olty on a recent day will liidlutto their relative importance in thut direction! Ool1 coin I v Silver eels. Quid ol nf to establish on new and experimental of tho various factions who ore seeking why people never pay any attention tosigns or advertise-mea- ts daubed on old feicei, stables, bridges, etc , is brciuse they do n t knqjv whether they are rending the Vnlon Accepts tlie Verdict. In a letter printed In the New York advertisements ol some firm still in World of March 9 Thomas E, Watson, business or one thafhasbten dead !cr lor vice president, says; "If there was any clear moaning in years When you read the advettise-ment- s the1 verdlctof lastNovcmber,it was that of a newpaper tHat is up to there should be no freehand unlimited date you know t'nt a1vertisr is alive coinage of slltcr at the old ratio, of six- - ' a!(j 0)n buiine. teen utone. One loisoft Two Coined Lies. One of the Chinese coins is called a "11.". Had the result of the election in tho United States been different laSt November our largest sliver coin would have been A "lie." ' guarded system of bank note ejrclua-tlo- n, broader and more elastic than tho present national bank act provides, Such bank should le inaugurated. notes should be redeemable at a central place and be redeemable in gold only. "To sum up, the defects of our present currency system ore: 1. A confusing heterogeneity which needs simplification. 2. The greenback controverts the principle of paper money viz. that every note Injected Into the commercial system should represent an 3. Tho existing commercial value. treasury note is a standing evidence of a foolish operation, the creation of a debt for the purchase on a falling market of a commodity for which tho purchaser hasnouse It lies open to the just charge of being both idiotic and immoral. 4. The national bank note nearly conforms to the true principleot paper money, but the unreasonable requirements for security paralyze its efficiency and operate to destroy its elasticity. 5. The silver certificate encourages the use of silver to a larger extent than consistw with the safe preservation of that metal op a parity with gold. ''Would a national commission help to promote reform ? There is reason to hope that it w ould be of great service in that iltrpHnn. Rnpli. n. rstrnTntaAtnti l.. .....v... ..w. ......., rightly selected, would throw a flood of light upon these involved questions. i,ae information it might gather would be of immense value to ail our people and would guide us to w lso legislation, "Emotion and sentiment are not safe guinea in matters of science. A clear apprehension of true principles will lead to correct action." Our largo volume of paper currency baa tended to keep gold out of the country, and with the diminution of notes the ordinary forces of trade would send gold this way. Iron Ago. Republican The Thrice-a-wecand N. Y. World for $1.65 per year. k Court oon vanes first Mon day in March and August and oontiuuosthreo weeks, and third Monday, in May and Novorubcr two weeks. COUNTT 11. M. AtdlreM all orders to the IIAUTFOIU) REPUBLICAN, C0U1T. John P .Morton, Judge Hartford. Gala and Sliver Nnwreti. First. There is not a free coinage country in the world that is not on a silver (or paper) basis. Second. There Is not a gold standard country that docs not use silver as money along with gold. Third, There hi not a silver standard country that uses gold, along with sily ver. Fourth. There is not a silver standard country that has more than as much money In circulation per capita aa the United States. Fifth. There is not a silver standard country in which tho laboring man receives fair pny for his day's labor. one-thi- rd Till iHtVnrlll Itfiullllic. To advertise our Co lee we will Rive a thorough course'of insttuction in double and single entry nnd Commercial Arithmetic by mail free ol charge to a limited number of persons. This course can No be completed in iorty lessons. Ma cuarge lor dtplonns A ureal: l ue American Bust.ies College, Omaha, Nebraska. Book-Keepin- ? ... QUAtrrRlll.Y COURT. A desirable farm of one hundred Heciim on tho third Monday in acres, situated near Hnitlotd, well watered, a good o'ebed, two hundred January, April, July and October. OOUKTOF 0UAIMS. bearing trees, good buildings, and iu Cflut'cuee first Monday in January, For lutther pargood community office At onre t and Tunrday after the oiul Monday ticulars call at this in October 1 OTnKIt COl'JITY officers. Statu op Oiiio.Cirvou-7oi.KDO- , G 8. FitzbUKh, Surveyor Sulphur J Lucas County. Frank J Cheney makes oath that Sprtugs. N'. (). Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. he is the sMiior partner of the fit ol Z. H. ShuHz, School Supt. HartF. J. Cheney & Co , doing business in the City ol Toledo. Countv nnd ford. L. W. Hunt, Coroucr Stilnhur State nfnresiid, and thnt raid firm wi'l pay the sum of ONIt tlUNDRUD Springs. every case oi DOLLARS lor tach and C. R. Cunpbell, Poor.onee Catarrh that cannot be, cured by the Keeper, Hartford. Cure. lise oi Hall's CaUrih JU8TI0H8- - couirrs. TRKKJ CHENUY A. S Aulu Marob3,Juoel,?ep-temh- r and subscribed Sworn to before rue 1, December 1. in my preence. this 6th day of DeJout U Wilson March C, June 5, 1886 cember. A. D , A. W. GLEASON. September 4. Deof mber 4 C L. WooDwak- d- March 12ri ISltAI. I w- vNotary Public Judo 11, September 10, Decomb-- r 10 J as A. Bowuo -- March 20 June Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood in c2...,M.uA- - fu rAA..i. to B. F. Giiaves Maroti 25, Juno and mucous turf ices of the system. 20, Saptember 23, December, 2a Send for testimonials, free. J. F. Chunky & Co , Toledo, O. M. afftiAraiaandunEimATiriureUarcd Sold by druggists, 75c tbjr Ut. Ullen' Ncrro l'luten. 10 Hall's family Pills ate the best. lor e Hule Hocker, Clerk Hartford. E. P. Neal, Attorney-Harlfo- r'. Court convenes first Monday in each month. Wrtt card. Fend it to Geo W. Bea Room 2, Tribune uildin;, New York City, and conv olTIIH Nnw YORK WIJKKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to" on 3E3:a,rtl02.a.,aHLy-- , your name and address on a postal DIRECT FROM MILL TO WEARER, Whlcd Saves you Birr Profits. Tit miolttaltr. 202-2- 04 5. ' Tht Commlision Tht E. ROSENBURCER & CO. . 1 md a, A Jutbtr ana Start Otpir. NEW YORK CITY. CUSTOM $5.00 Cll.r-Cof- OurOrtitBuriilcn 8UIT3 FOn uoc's JlJeni Sum. si:ti WD 6tM Pflfr of Bants nU Uf i 19 IS. a t93 . $2.03 .iMihom trti SHof UWE TO ORDER .IcAoKBuiTi OiurH4 10 U mtit from rvv Bron l.ry faU AH SWk. WaoL Wool Ouvlot, U Diuk Bin,, Octr of Nh 111 M'i '.' mbori.rl ",b, Hhu,IHWkIUil Cncr liwl " Twin Sirni and Palrnl W (Ul BtnJt. Tcimmini Mi wrkMt. Snw in Sim (m int uioiiyun. rUH Drown iW. Mm wtih Iwpamd ranwr SjiK Irimnwl ivi fmttli.J In tht Mil of Ctratom Taltof inaMtr You canrwt ooothata II la .own iot f laoo. BIM4io4i. 10 18. In j s"0 & fa? 4 uS m I JlUlBFJ&Z. I I iMlbHfih rt ef Rr,'"" bfrryJ t2J ft icoi TbtumtioodiraadtCerYowlilij; lant rami, Uut J Vtd, r"' -- p U. OC g&. s . TV arowvl L H..iur.t n)a ''jAfaW ' Ih 4 Ttia , Jf g vy " - u ?fH II 7ka3 kt IIXS - I IVL I X Tuniirl V J'J 1) 1 Walllovrr from v"' Crol.'i V rih n-- fSlT SJlj'J S 'I o a t I All ll I -- lAWfaw KWasUfleA JVSaSfHBK rvSmmmWmVk F"" I I Fi it t rJ iM WaP.rla- - MMo nTmnraffrrl jSUBStmmWrxf ? I I .rr.wj n ftW all UL ?. nl i J V .. ifBI r"rtffi mtmLL v ii rJ will tSL'lSfafaVjH Ht ," SSmI fflH wrU 9 r BALKS AT REPUDIATION. Whtfl onlftiw fMd Pot OtYUflorwyOrdtror RrfhUrtd tcttcrt, lo j( ii Ut UrtKJay tnA if Urn or wiuD fa hU 4f c Monty tbftt fully rtfuiv?f4 if ithfttory StivIk sumptfor tim p ti mfisurt nwteurlnit H wn eu Fm ma 9(3 MS t9 mr i ii SIS jy CSl IV rff $9r on o' iht thlrtMJ. g jfturf ui "fT AmrfWi. - S .W . W AM3-vJBj t 5 .1 - rriTesfein ooooo en - 2 3CI A V? WHO 15 YOUR TAILOR? Do You Get W a CORRECT FIT? RECEIVE THE our attention is directed to the advertisement of the American BuMnefs College, Omaha. Neb., which appea s They offer to give a in this issue thorough court ej5f instiuetion in bus iness branches by mail free ot charge forcdveuising puiposes This is a tare chance,' The A. B C is oneoi the successful business colleges in the United States, and to take a court e with them means buccess. A yl 1 YOU V DENCFITS J jl YJ or . SUCCESS r.r4r.ifJ.,GH GRADE TAILORING ar ORDERING YOUR SUITS AND OVERCOATS or 20 YEARS ident at a Farmers' Uonrenllon, Tho following Is part of the synopsis printed by the Milton (Wis.) Journal of Milton. It contains some very lucid statements of money and of the potter ot governments to fix value; First. Two seiaratcqnd distinct values nro assigned to money, one being the Intrinsic or market vaiue,of the article used; the.otner the legal or face talue, Indicated by the stamp or device pressed upon the article. In some well known instances what Is popularly caljed money has only ono ot these values. Second. The commoni practice of tribes and nations In sclectlng-sucor-tides or conimpdltles for money Is to WHAT IS MONEY7 Clearlr ISzplnlned br n College Pres- ers' convention at a recent meeting at an excellent address by President Will of Milton college, before the farm- A jollier crowd never left Union than the one on last Sundiy morning week. Preparations had been made by several of the joung people to spend the morning at High View on rieemmt tlnj, m eB' 8 orNl BORN & Co. THE GREAT CHICAGO MERCHANT TAILORS, money. We guarantee to fit and please ouu new joe, and sits jou SAMPLES TO SELLECT FBOM ATJAS. burct-ou- AJHOIW. wo aro Mill Do you want any MrttfieatiM m m$ Green river. About 8 o'clock all were ready and after an hour's djive, the distance was reached, and soon the cowd prcceedtd to ascend the hill and when they returned a sumptious j dinner was spread by the young la- J d i urliipli un r lifrvhit rtttinun. " "J"- Jhft -- Union, All to iu weight, for use In the larger ex- - where they "ttendW roeetlljr. changes in trade; the otberhaving less- - feeling they had'spent a day long, to er value, for the smaller exchanges. be remembfrell. S. . wa 'iiu:i!i-- lumiaiics uie iirsi essential condition for a system of bimetalThe news lioni Cuba is somewhat lism. It is repotted that Gen. Third. Only that money Is baslanntl conf urine. widely nnd permanently used which Is Wtyler irpoits the in ucrectlous submade of precious metals, very generally ' dued, und i shipping nwtv'llls troops gold and silver. Other and perishable The commodities are finally ubandoned or from island In Uriie numbers Cub oh HMtit, h'lweverj that they are held redeemable in theMi metals. Fourth. The market vulue of these not whii'Mil, nnd ilml tbesoMirtsaie metals, not their face tuluo, constitutes It vi' u htcuu'rihet on t 1 hip thim the original and continuous quality by j reasou of which they arealmostuniter-sall- y Dr. Mile' Pstn Pills stop Hesdiche. aeceptcd as basic or primary mon- - y 'lUilluinton, the bather' KiiHmr ey. Gotermneut or custom can add a quollty, nqt inherent, but temporary, is lh 11. ice Ui get i ur hair t .imincd t6 such metals and other artloles used up 11) nit t)le ni-medliim of exchange. But the real measure thus declared to be effective Ask v ur und lasting inuil lje the one established by the laws oftrade. not by tho edicts lulrf-J!-LlUtfKIRr '.in. of gotcrnment. ft' t I'IbI .111ir Huh Fifth. loternment Itself cannot fix Kfj' 'rv or oontrol the market-valux or price of put Ihi any metal orothercommodlty, whether OH't'- IllrtClirt'T"' used ns money or In tho praotloal arts. an t ri-njn So It cannot make flat mone,y and comr t 'Uir pel the people to elroulato it a great qnn k It length of time as money of any sort. Ah' tin)"! Sixth. Any coins or otbar money Rtiuf t ti ce I whose market value b less than their UFAM face value always soon expel from circulation all coins or other money al I'm ages. Aili i Inthm whoso market value Is greater accord-lu- g m tu n ileitis and I'ri tuts the to their weight, unless the former M iix an Ktrtores the Stnsesof uie redeemable lu the latter. Whenever T.m Sim 11. Full Site 50c. A coin shows etcn a slight Inferiority of z Tii'il 10c at Dm gists or by its inurket value to ita face value, it until tends ut once to crowd out ,pf use even BLY Br.O; 56 Want u M N V a coin whose two arc equivalent. ' If you n Notwitheiauding Money our t luft July headquarter. 'lor all kinds ot PRINTING?! do, wo gS h 1 hv arc reudyto rc coifc your orders ftn ufj thing j in that lino. , fTT . . Vtiiffii 'J Hill HjfAits, "jwcialV? nuslne.ij Cards. ti-- jj Wt.J6luvitittrW, DtanRu, '. 8iv A ,& t "iM KBfiP ' Beet quality di Steel and Chilled Plow.. Uoth Walking and Hiding Brokers. Qurn JJrill, Check-rorlanteri, Hiding and Walking Cultivators yith and jviihout touguw, Duo Harrow., Fouoiog Wire plain aud barbed. Oabarne Muirs and Blndoij.lluber Threshing MacIiiuv,Tra.ctii)ii engine, A'l! above " Firtt-olaIrrijileinenta a.re giiaranijol to be of tho'boet quality. repairing oJU-- i kinddno prompt y. ifSue'tboeing a fiiocia'iy, ntno lull line of erliliir lor tiibactu. jj ,itl hi,d ui mic o.d stand on First aDd Uaiiruad St, Uomoinandjter in.' Farming Implements. .. X StftichTntj, Cljlariu Do'tgeis, sWlLLlAMsJ'WILLfAMS"-- . JiKAVEU VAM. KY. K ' Horn Dill. jgt DilU ' In faoiovory tiling that you for estimates. a.. want, and printed. All woylc'lirst-olas- s at lowest prices. Write or call ' YOUR OPPORTUNITY BOYS AND GIRLS S8f 1 SIOO'WALTHAM "COMET" BICYCLE, 11 LIERPS MODEL A I00T CATARRH 1 THEPUBLKtAM, : y W - - e k lli' oprnnnu TmnU. 1 1 Our Cjifbbinl: Rates. Tbe IlLiuibJIcan and iIiq . Ai'tJ'Bi'njI-Weekly BSHi?fHKS Thtte noi pul.t wheels hve Ihr thrc - UH bearinn, auJ carry full guarantee at theplnl American Wallhnm Co euii ntrtet, i any ll4laof (ht ninia 11IH OWf ' hw MnV K I097.fh0wl iMWUhlnyCo will tnd onr ofthrsesu1 net nmcya. letter twice in the miu word tad omft proper nsmfi sud abbreviationj. iv cnier cunics( yoM rami miMeritic ur ' TIIR owl ror (jdc yetr rrtcc cent. Remit - liV rt O Mauv nMr v, . n u vm yi mimttttim . nrtun -- ... .t.MK. -jt lie HlfB ana tucullon thlm Nlrj Hhiiulil (her.lw man than ai- Mine numtei tbt re mailed. Addnu, TH E OWL, Vuloo Square New York city THE OWL is ron SALE ON newbtamds. PRICE B CENTS. For FIFTY CENTS uuo .. .. all -- Jou1jvIIIp Commercial. OlnliSiDemucrat. aui$einiWkly'C;urier'.J'urnaI. SulfiVjrprkTrfljiii.o.V nnd XvouUvllla ... ... ...8125 1 1.50 75 I2fi 2 75 KrVCCSf Plly Poet Who doslroa.to hotter hla or her condition In lire, should writo fbr vn,itvjug UI WJU wZjl--- wavt CWfr&C&'itSKlT. 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