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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ytiFTriw"Wfr iiwjbkI'I -- wsjP-,l rsfcr-.- - iiwppjjiflpfw' wnpnVA4piipu THE DANCER to which the Expectant Mother is exposed and the foreboding and arena Willi wiilcli site looks to the hour of woman's severest trial is appreciated by but few. , tor-wa- rd The Haetdbd OFFICIAL 4mih.ifal6m1kkm,j,i i UeKfc R RPTT Rf JP, K TO CQNM8SI0M DISTRICT. "Nnthinry HUllUUJ, . XI I pleasant boap ior the sldn. imv lie j and! The most rcfreshinc ... I . . 1p wkjv, lilv U ! to smooth these rugged places All effort should be made 0R3AN OF THE FART? IN THE fOD&TH re- AtPICATCO rf in life's pathway for Iter, ere shet presses to her bosom her babe. t. iTi.n MOTHER'S FRIEND VOL. IX. HOW TO HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1897. HOBO. the agent when he made bis rounds sealing up the "east bound loads," aud they kindly, assisted him In closing the doors and looking into the A Political Mountobank and Humbug Ibtho enrs to see that no tramps were conFordsvlllo Exproso. cealed therein, with a view to "beating a ride " In this was the car was sealed and before midnight it was Mr, Worsley, of the Pordsvllle part ol a "Frisco route" train and on doesn't like our repottofthe Its way to St Louis and the Gowdy'a late Ohio county People's party conold and young made up their shelled vention. corn beds nnd rested in peace and seThe'geptleman, of course makes curity while the big engine kicked no denial of any thing" we said relathe long Kansas rails belling them. tive to the proceedings of the meetIn the II. & O yard in Kast St. ing, and in commenting upon what Louis' the car was held for two days. wedid say, consumes the most ot his The water was high and the Cincinspace in attempting to show us tip as nati end of the road was blockaded. a suitable subject for the At last It was transferred to the "Air institute, while he Worsley Line" and with new routing via voluntarlally poses as n Websterlan Louisville, again started on its way. writer with tons oi intellect To waste The delay in Bast St. LouU seriously and brains to sell. affected the stock oi provisions, and What has so stirred the brainy several times had Mr. Gowdy to helmsan of the village sheet is the fact emerge Irom his secure retreat and that he did not want the proceedings forage for fresh supplies, but at last of the Ohio county convention aired it was statted on its way aud on at all,juuLipccially loth was he for Its way and on Tuesday last it was Sam Tanies to turn on the light, even tracsferred to the L. & N. for Cincin- if the Democrats had swallowed the nati. People's party, in that county. Until within fifty miles of LouisBut why don't Mr. Worsley, with ville no one suspected that C. & O., his gigantic intellect and superfluous 12,285 contained any other load than store of intellect, tell through the colthe corn that the bill in the conducs umns ol his paper what he said in the tor's pocket called"ior, bnt the slow Stale convention how the Populists movement of the train and the sound of Ohio county were to vote under a of the wheels running through water fusion device; and why does he not excited John's curiosity, and iu an publish in his columns what device untimely moment he opened the little the Populists ol Ohio county are likeend door to look out. As he opened ly to vote under? Does not Mr the door be glanced up and there sat Worsley's paper represent the Peoa brakeraan nstiide the brakewbeel ple's party of Ohio county, or does on top looking down at him. It the brainy editor think the Populists would do no good to close the door. oi Ohio county are too Ignorant to inHe Was discovered, and his only terpret the use of the device when it chance lay in "squaring himself" is presented to them? with tbe railroader. We stated in our unbiased notice The man came down from his perch oi the Ohio county meeting that the on top and looked over the "passenDemocratic leaders of the county had gers'1 he hsd found. He had seen informed us that the People's party lotsof "hobos" but here was n party committee had agreed to vote the that almost took his breath away. Democratic ticket. If this is a misAs Gowdy told his story t'ae brake; statement why does Mr. Worsley not man looked about. Pie saw n comely tell us through the columns, of his middle aged woman and two bright brain .laden paper the reason that the looking and neatly dressed girls. Populists of Ohio county were not to He saw the pile of bedding in one vote the Democratic ticket? corner and the baskets of provisions It we have been mlslnf irraed and and the big- - water jug hall buried in led to make statements that were erthe white cereal. He listened to the roneous, we stand forcorrection; and stoiy told by the erstwhile farmer, il at any time the Express desires to aud being a goodheaiced fellow was know how Sam James "sizes up" at not disposed to be mean about the home with his party, let the brainy matter. Then, too, he had been "on editor of Pordsvllle come over into the hog train" himself and he knew Daviess, and he will learn that tbe just how hard it was to get along on Journal man has been a Populist ever a little money. He even did more since the birth of the People's party, than wink at the matter of stealing a is a Populist yet and liable to retide, for when the' train nnlved in main such to the end. New Albany it was he, who bought The Journal will lend its hearty cofresh supplies and refilled tbe big operation for the success of a Citiwater jug, and with a kindly God zen's ticket for county offices under a speed, t,ent them ou their way with device separate and apart 'rotn the light heaits. They reached their old national device, provided the Popuhome in safety. lists get the law making part of the offices. Tnis is precisely where Sam. Old 1'coiile. Old people who tequire medicine Jame3 and his paper stands, and he to regulate the bowels and kidneys individually is being consumed by will And the true remedy iu Hlecttic desire to know wheie Mr. Worsley Kilters. This medicine Uoes not and the Populists oi Ohio coumy It is possible that the rank stimulate and contains no whiskey stand nor other intoxicant, but acts as a and file of the People's party iu Ohio tonic and alterative. It acts mildly county don't know precisely where on the stomach aud bowels, adding they are "nt," and they should de strength and giving tone to the or- mand enlightenment at the hands of gans, thereby aiding Nature in the the brainy e ltor up the road relative Rlec- - at least to the device the People's performance of the functions. trie Bitters is an excellent appetiser party in Ohio county is liable to and aids digestion. Old Propje fiad adopt, and under whlcli. jhey will be it justexactly what they need. Price asked to vote IUsajuJ.te-u-ee3- y thing for a man fifty cents and $1.00 per bottle at All-Arbu- nd feeble-minde- NO. 41. IGJITANEQUS m a allays Nervousness, and so assists Nature that the change goes forward in an easy manner, without such violent protest in the way of Nausea, Headache, Etc. Gloomy forebodings yield to cheerful and hopeful anticipations she passes through the ordoal quickly and without pain is left strong and vigorous and enabled to joyously perform the high and holy duties now devolved upon her. Safety to life of both is assured by the use of "Mother's Friend," and the time of recovery shortened. birth of each, who obtained a bottlo of 'Mother's Friend' of me before her fourth confinement, and was relieved quickly and easily. All agree that their labor was shorter and less painful." Joan Q. Pomull, Macon, Oa, BOOKS prejudice;. A Family Who "Beat" hax put the jack mbhlt on its night's SONS OF KENTUCKY. journey, I go out lor a march across the praitlc; sometimes for two miles Senator Cullom and in tliat distance and is long as I keep Mlllo, Champ Clark Woro Born my sight in front ol me I see nothing to remind me ol my former Ufa. InThlsStnto. My horizon is not limited by the IiIUh or forest, but casting my eyes Washington. April rG That Kens upward I sec the same scenery as it tucky is well represented in the pres were. While nature afiords a pictty ent Congress can truthfully be sal sceny here she is lound wanting ol ( wilUout tak!(,e (nt0 accoudt her OJM two of her loveliest charms. The delegation. nower is oniy waicnea ana nuraer- No ,. thln do..n memh.r. nr ottsly repeated by a yellow weed scat , botll ,, . ,rom dl(,ent tered about over the prairie. The g were born ," Kt.aiac)iV. To bird kingdom Is not Very well repre- - , ljegiu wUhi Set)ator Mig saw ,, ... 8treak ., ht ln To(,d rountv , sented. Only the birds that inhabit the soil and buildings are found 1832. He emigrated to Texas sevenhere. teen years later, and after practicing The mocker and red bird are only law and representing Cotsicana and heard from in the state qit confine- the surrounding country ln the State ment. But oh, how beautiful nature Legislature, was elected to Congress I is Bven if you were to discard some in 1893. He served continually in ot its charms, how a man can walk ft he House until he was appointed Jo along on a - beautiful spring succeed Horace Chilton in the United morning nnd how his heart leaps nt States Senate. of nature. When the buds the sight Senator ulloni, of Illinois, is also of trees and odor are putting forth, a native of the Blucgrass State. He with all their power as to say I will was born in Wayne county, but went do rdl I can for you, is more than I to Illinois the year after his birth. can tell, when if we would only study In the House, Champ Clark, of and trust nature rightly, we would Missouri, is one of tbe conspicuous be a happy people. Soldier. members who boests of Kentucky as Arseuic is the poison most chill the scene of his earliest efforts. He was born in Anderson county nnd tonics contain. Dr. Bell's Pepper-tneChill Tonic does not contain educated at the Kentucky University, arsenic or any other poison. It Bethany College and the Cincinnati maVes boue and flesh lor children. Law School. He has been a farm laIt curs chills so they Stay cured. Por borer, a clerk in a store, editor, lawyer, president of a college, and now sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. - represents the Ninth Missouri district It is a remarkable fact not generally in the House of Representatives. known, but true nevertheless, that Richard Bland, also of Missouri, is every one of the week day is n Sunanother native Kcntuckian who has day for some nation. Thus Monday achieved prominence. Mr. Bland is the Greek Sunday; Tuesday theday was born near Hartford and was of rest for the Persians; Wednesday known then as "Schoolhouse Dick." among the Assyrians; Thursday Benton McMillln was born in Monamong the Egyptians; Friday is the roe county. Oicar W. Underwood, Sabbath for the Turks, and among who represents the Birmingham diss the Jews Saturday is kept. trict in Alabama, was born in Louisville May 6, 1862. He commenced The May issue ol the College News published by theAmerican Business to practice law in Birmingham in h College, Omaha, Neb., will contain a 1884. He was a member of the Congress and was re elected to large number of testimonials from student nnd graduates of the A. B. C. the Fifty filth. Saru Bronsto"h Cooper, of Texas, Kentucky and Kansas will be most was born in Graves county, and Marprominently represented. cus A. Smith, Territorial Delegate It is nearly as difficult to get the from Arizona, owes his origin to facts about the situation in Greece as Cyntblana, Ky. about that in Cuba. The beautifully engraved Diplomas While the American Business Cols Issued by the American Business College, Omaha, Neb , now offers to give lege, Omaha, Neb., for graduates arc a complete business course by mail the finest ever seen. They are steel free ol institution, we would advise engravings, 22 x 28 inches in size. our young people to investigate the matter and profit by it. Nat hi Nnmrt im He Might nr. The fanner was receiving the InA HEW INTOXICANT. sinuating minstrations of the light nlng rod man, who thought he had a The Use of Cocaine Snuff In a Consucker that he could land iu fine necticut Town. Tho cpidcmlo of a new and suit- shape whenever he wanted him. able intoxicant has fallen on a Con"Great thing this business of innecticut town, and it is said to bo venting is," remarked the rod man. stealing nway tho braln3 and sub"So I understand said the farmer. stance of many of tho Inhabitants "Yes, they are just inventing with startling rapidity. When rye everjthiug. Most progressive oge in and bourbon bavo palled oa tho palato of tho whisky drinkor, sul- - the world. 1 Itixtturmrte rmt'twi roilinHumcanr A BMM LfVBCE25t!,, It lasts twice as long as others. A trial will convince you of Ite (real mult. Will plttie the moit foitldlout. Their Way for Many Miles. Written by a Sick Man Confined in the Louisville pital. Hos- Mir. ot CHARLES F.MILLER, " FRENCH MILLED TOILCT SOAPS AND PliRFUAlERY, nsTArtLrsimn, taio. w J e m Lancaster, Penn. VVVVPVVVVI CARD. .,.,, H-- PROFESSIONAL of three children, who suffered greatly In the ono l.iily, "I Know the mother CTeum.es .A, rnltli. T AW Party Dlscovorod In a Box Car, but Woro Not Molostod. This stoty was written for the TTB1IY Vili IIARTFOUD, KY. 01.00 mil BOTTLE atBllDrdirStor.il, Louisville Dispatch by A. W. Strong, or sent by mall an receipt of price. Contalntag Invaluable Information of a tramp now confined lu tbe surgical Voce Intend to 11 women, will tie wnt to ward of tbe city hospital. tntt aj dJrM upon application, bj In past yenrs Louisville has seen THC OrUDNdD BtQULATOHCO.. TlBT, 0. nearly cveiylhing in the way of Wanted-AFfdelT- sssa tramps and victims of hard luck. Protect yur IJeuj tUT may brioc tou wealth Men who have met financial disaster , Writ JOHN WkUPCnUUHN A CO rttrnt V? Mb In two, D C for tb1r $IU prf to otTtr !n the battle of Ulcere every day passiand JUl ut two tiandrfri laTcnUoiM wanted. ng- through the. city, some on foot, but by far the greater number travelS 1,000 REWARD! Tt aboro reward will be rll I"' T" ' ing on the railroads, either by eluding the eihtenee ol betwr UIIMtRT Uian the vigilance ol the dusky guardian eARBUMO Oil, or tot,r of the "blind baggage," or by the Kcmedr than MERCHANT'S WORM TABKTS. Sold everprben. slower but more easily beaten freight HwchanU Oargltng 01 Oa LocVport,N.Y,U.a A. traing. Hardly one height train in ten that comes into the city, or goes out of it either, for that matter, but carries somewhere inside, on top or "on the rods" some of those disciples of the famous Doxey. These "tour-- , ists" ore almost exclusively men and boys, and to find a women "hobo" is l nd Tnd.vMarltB obtained and All rU- tbuse&eucoadBCttdfor UADtiiTr rrrc. a rarety, but John Gowdy, who has a ounOrrief itOrrotiTeu.B.fATCNTOrrici tad kkukv ur Mtentia Xcu bfua Un Uwtt lew years past 11 red in Central Knu-S.remote lrm WaiMsrtoa, Stad moJeL drama or photo- - with descripladies, aye, demonstrated W ti.ni. dit. If MfntAMa ar not. of eveu whole families that il the affair may, ciwrxe. OorfeotdjitUptrM Uard, A PAIirNLtT. iiowio vtiftm I'liianu, wnn b; managed discreetly, travel long cett ol tajua ia IM U. b. o4 teruxa couautu Mat foe. Addreu, distances on very slim capital. Oowdy is a schemer and not devoid nnsmnv wn. tv. wrn vmiii Ae wriivt, tSJaaauiultwjku r w. ol the necessary nerve to carry ont hli idtas. A few years ago accompanied by his wife nod two daughters, he emigrated from his boyhood home amid themountainsol QastTenncssee to Kansas, lie had been successlul, as a farmer, rallroadcrand coal miner, P.O. AUSIlN.M'gT., and in nil these vocations had made 531 West Markot Stroot Bo and saved a little money. Ills meatwnrftiSth and, Oth, gre capital he Invested with a Kansas "land company" and for lour years worked hard to wrest a living from the bare brown acres Tbe first year R. I BAKBR he prospered; rain came as it was AMD Cuirks needed, and a big crop made. GowT. O. HAKIIR. dy thought his fortune was made; but each succeeding year his crops Louisville .Oental Co., tailed and the debt on the farm grew larger, until last year when fortune seemed to smile again aud the corn cribs would hardly hold the crop he gathered, the delayed interest, a yeaily payment that had lapsed and another due in Junuaty last was his undoing. Scheme as he would he could not raise he necessary amount, and the first day of the last month the farm was sold to satisfy the mortgage, and the husband nnd lather found himself and bis family without a lion c, in the little town ol burton, Kansas, with hardly halt enough minty to take them back to their old, $5 to $7 home In the '"Volunteer State." Gold Crowns Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Gowdy did pot sit down nd weep lleet set oi teeth (no better made no matter bow much you pay) . f 8 dejectedly over his ad condition; in $ 1 P stead ol giving up to despair, he im Gold fillings mediately "got n hustle" on himscll Sliver filling 75 Kxtrncting, pei tooth 25c and commenced to Ggureon transporPainless extracting with Vitalized Irom Burton, Kaufim, to Knox-vilie- , Air 50c tation Tenn. He did not invite tbe Extracting iree when Artificial Teeth are ordered. Office permanent- representations ol the two great railly located roads that do business in Burton to confer with him, but having a friend Wanted-- An Idea iu one of the elevatots at that point, ProUcI your Mmui thy may brinjr you ralU. Writ JOHN VJCDDEliBUKN ft CO- - Patent Attor Wubtnaton. IX c.eor tnlr Dri.lUt of mo fanndrftd iaTentlou$M prise oaw he thought he saw his way clear to waaEca And avoid any further filling of the coders oi the grasping railroad monopolies, K3 and at the same time get his wife and the girls bark tn their old home under the shadow of tile smoky range. The elevator was loading corn for eastern shipment, and, despite the cold weather Gowdy had decided to risk the chance and try to get back toiTennessee, "A'la Hobo." A big consignment was then being shipped east via Cincinnati and it was a desirable car via this route that John was looking for. It must have nnd end door that could be fastened from the itiside but with' no outside bolt or lock. He waited patiently and at Itfst a dig yellow car of the Chesapeake & Ohio syajetu came un der the spout and as it rapidly filled with "No 2 yellow," John seized it up and decided it would answer his AttAr-DrS S practice hit profession in OJiio nnd adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given t" collections. Office cast side ofpnh'l' square. M. L. HitAVRiK. Suntnv Taylor. HEAVRIH & TAYLOR, Kttorneys at Law HARTFORD, KYfc Attorney at Law Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession . in all the courts of Ohio and adjoiuiDg counties. Also. Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. Perry Westorfield, Beaver Dam, Ky. R. R. WEDDING nt mm$ i"r ...i Hartford, Ky." iwri 11 - ' ,. U.A.eSEtiUWtXUU. I lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties Careful attention will bo given to a business entrusted to his caro. Col Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. &r-- 363. DF. JMESua-Ij-, AUSTIN Dim Filty-fourt- Ait orney at JC&W. HARTFORD, Will practice hia profession in the Courts of Ohio and adjoiniug conn ties. Special attention given to ool lections. Office in Courthouse. (Chnniy .rlMorrtey) KY. Louisville, Ky. Attorney at Lav? HARTFORD, KY. also Notary Publio for Ohio CouDty. Office North side of public square. col" given SPECIAL attention abstracts,to &o., making JNO. B. WILSON, Attorney at law Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. R. E. LEESIMHERMAJN, Attorney at Law, HllRTFORD, J.B. VICKERS, Ky., OWEN'SBORO, KY. i4W.M..t. Williams & Bell's Drug Store. ' &? RDV Rv This month of May will return to us rttr late Ambassador to the Court of St James, Mr. Bayard, nnd relieve us irom the misrepresentation with which his toadisui must have impressed the English peoDlt. It is a pleasure to reflect that bis political life is ended Mr. Will Sklllman, Buran, Ky., had sore eyes for year's. He tried many doctorsand remedies and alwrys 's failed to get relief until he tried Ragle Bye Salve, which cured him inside of oiq week. Por sale by Z Wayne Gtittin & Bro. Sulh-etland- lit? ?w '$&&$ In the face of destructive floods aud destroying Ores around us, of domestic riots anil foreign wars, Kentucky cau be thanklul lor one great bless She lins a Republican to represent her in the United States Senate. ing, Dr. Bell's Peppermint Chill Tonic presents a happy combination of simple and harmless vegetable remedies. The fust dose wa.nnthe blood and promotes its clrcu'ation. You fel better as soon as you take it, II is different from any other. It is better. than any other. It etirea the chills so tbty rtny cuied and leaves your stomach, liver and digestive organs Por sale by in a healthful condition. 55. Wayne Giimu H Bro. TA5TELEBS 1 1 alter the car was traded and dropped down the siding, out ol fithi tf the depot. John H HEW moved his family and their lew cflccts into the "side door Pullman" and IS JUST AS OOOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE GO cts. prepatellar the long rfdc It was Gii.Ti,ltm.,NQT ie,uw. (rtMiinirwather, but they had plenty PMUMedtolnero , St LouU, Mo. u.ntl.nien We wlU lul Tear, 000 bottloe ot ot blankets atvl bed clothing, and b'y OUOVK'H TAHTKLBM OUIIX 'PONin iU boujiht tbree KroM iti&j IhU y.ur lu .11 u covering up of U yeu. la tbe arutf tmtnew. kAVe huddling togetlcr and ceftr Mltl on ertiule that ffa.e rulq aulTerwl ml snugly they expected to keep warm. Icliou M tout Tuulc t gun irulr CI I LhIhs TON purpoe Th.t afternoon " .. to cast reflections upon a contemporary, but that doesn't answer what we said of the Ohio county convention. If we were in error it was Mr. Worsley's business to show us wherein we erred, aud thus enable us to make the proper correction. But he leaves us in the dark so far as answering our repott, and are left to surmise the fate which has ovxi taken the P.ople's parly in Ohio county swallowed body, boots and breeches by the Democratic patty. Out of courtesy to Mr. Worsley we have relraiuied from invading his in quest of subscribers, so long as he published what purported to be a People's party paper, but Ifhe has really gone, over to the Democratic party, with his paper, we shall do what we can toward keeping the Peo pie's patty- banner afloat in Ohio county by pitting the subscription price of the Journal at 25 cents each ln clubs of ten until the November election Let the friends of tbe People's party get up clubs at once. The party must live. Farmers Joururl. ry - "So I understant." oTtha KK-fcSrtStt"Yes, and they ore always looking ,i Ainnt n out for the farmer." imw. W8n known to tho medical profes understand and the farmer sion, and laudanum cocktails nro a wiped a little smile off his face with but tho his coat sleeve not infrequent now stimulant is said to transcend ' Yes: You see they've Invented a all tbeeo in Its fascination and potency. It is called machine to raise stumps, another to oocalno stTuff, and Is described as be- raise hay from the ground to the ing composed of cocaine, sugar of mow. another to .raise a wagon to milk, magnesia and menthol, or to grease it, another to lift water to peppermint extract, and applied to the top of the house, another tho nostrils liko tobacco snuff. It "Say," Intenupted the farmer, was first described by a physician as "I'll bet you a heifer call ag'inst a a remedy for catarrh. Tho patient mile of lightning rois that they ain't who used it told a neighbor ot its wonderful exhilarating effect, tho Invented no kind of a machine that'll news spread, and soon a whole sec- lift a morgldge. Titer's the heifer calf out there in the yard now eatim tion of tho town was submitting to treatment for catarrh by tho the tall oD'your new spring overcoat, Now, tho do yon want to bet?" now Beductivo remedy. town druggists cannot supply tho But the lightning rod man was too domand for It, and among tho vic- busy getting his oveicoat out oi the children of tender years tims aro heifer calf to answer It. and hundreds of factory workpeople. jaws ol the Its effect when used to excess aro slcoplossncss, hysteria and finally paralysis. There is talk of an appeal to tho legislature for aid in suppressing tho evil, but meanwhile it rages with great vlolonco, Bt. blood disease which t. Is a Louis all the mineral mixtures In the world ,,i Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted Office in REftinubAN lo his care. building. ptck-mc-u- p; Attorney at aw HARTFORD, KY., Will practice in all the Courts oi Ohio and adjoiniug counties. Special atOffice tention given to collections. with County Attorney. ARMISTEAD JONES, to" Tho and Semi-weekl- y lf the Republican St. Louis Globo-Domocrat ono year for $1.75. wonoc. lYr.HTOverrman.und women la the United BUtea intereited in the Opium and WLuk beblU to li.te ona of idt booll on the.e dle-iiiActrtret fi. M. Woollej. Atlanta, Oa., iMx 0S3, and one Trill be feat jou treo. mrz-rz- z: .. Scrofula Globo-Dcmocra- deep-seate- d Electric r. j , , le An eye for an eye nnd a tooth tor a tooth. Is the old Mosaic doctrine, but the doetots nr today save the eye- slcht bv annlvlnsr Suther.and'a Bade Itye Salve. It cures all forms ot sore T, lids. granulated eves aud tt engtbens weak eyes. T?nr wie hu Z Wayne Qriffin & Bro. FT. It UNO, OKI. A. April s8, '97. Having searched your paper fiom atatt to finish and not as yet found aline Irom my old neighborhood, I leel disposed to ask As I am a native of of you a space, Kentucky otid love old Kentucky and people, but love nature wherever I see It, for all nature was created In Often when nature is in sixdavs. i its happiest mode to me is when tho setting sun has stilled the daily noises of tbe prairie dog ami the j An eleotrlo combined Is now to bo had of such substantial form and apparent usefulness as to command special attention. Tho dovlco gcnorully Is of east Iron, finished In black enamol. The heat is applied directly to tho undor sldo of tho top plate. will undoubtedly This huvo a wido application, as there are thousands of peoplo whoso 00 oupatlon confines . thorn in email booths, cashiers' and tlckot offices, oto,, through tho winter raontns, where it Is Impractical to heat a foot-warm- er and foot-ro- foot-warm- ' L DIVTO Ull UUU,UU. JHU U1JU AUMlVTillB 4CO. For ante bv Williams & Bell j!ijLtjS2c3few?'S3S' The fact that Senator Jones, of NeHe stored away a lot ot bread, oanned vada, will act with tbe Kepublieons goods aud epoked meat and a single on the Finance Committee, gives burner oil stove In the car, and near hopes that the dale of repqrtlug'the the elevator he hid a big jug to be taufl bill to the Senate may be hasfilled with flesh water at the last tened He instiuctcd the girls in moment It tems to he well settled that; the manner of working the bills on Kaiser Wilbelm of Germany suffers the end door ol the car and then from severe epileptic fits. That does uitli his Irleud, the elevator man watted lor the agent to make his not mwm that he Is crsiy. or necessarounds and seal the loaded cars. The rily wul he. Peter the Great ol Rusrar was routed via the St. Louis and sia, Napoleon and Julius Ceasar weie ,san Francisco aud B & 0 Railways all epileptics to Cincinnati Gowdy and his friend Jtcompanied I Pr WlM' Pain I'ilU slop Ileadacbe, I hr gipher.and the riu'ng mooibis started tl' u'p.hiy lu.wl cf the wolf and ,.t,,i , -- . HIVUIIUD vwv timwiyM w. IWir l. warming must be grateful and Boston Herald. "I'm afraid Deacon Johnston dat ef yo' married mah. daughter I wo'dd bob to assist jyoV" Abo Hardcaso "Lowd, no; I Uln take Yo' care ob roahsalf all right. wouldn't hab to do nuDln but take care of her an' do childron. Don't yo" worry yosalf about mo." Harper's Baiar. -- Tortoise shell combs aro gener- Bono combs aro I nIlv cut by hand. M.i. v tun w.Tjn u luauuiuu iiiuuu. n't... (..ill tt fl.L comlM aro out by vory dolicato saws. M'UdI combs aro nearly always roado beno-flela- of the oompartment ,. , , , ..,, V VUU UUIIAW 0MW For old poo- - cannot cure. 8.S.8, guaranteed purely vegetable) s a real blood remedy for blood diseases and has no equal. Mrs. Y. T. Buck, of Delaney, Ark., had years and most Scrofula for twenty-fiv- e of the time was under the care of the who could not relieve her. A doctors specialist said he could cure her, bat be filled her with arsenic and potash which almost ruined her constitution. She then took , nearly blood every medicine and drank them by the wholesale, but tucy uiu not reacu Some ,Uer trouble. one auviseu uer touy S.S.S. and she very soon found that she had a real blood remedy at, last. She says: "After taking one doteu bottles of S.S.S. I am perfectly well, my skin is clear and healthy and I would not be iu my former condition for two thousand dollars. Instead of drying upthepoUon in my system, like tbe potash and arsenic, S.S.S. drove the disease outy through the skin, and I was rid of Itv" frfiilevlllr,llrnilrMin Wt Loula H4. mm j Co' iu rirci'l Juno 1, No. 4t.' ' No. 43. West bound L Louisville . L Biaiidenburg L tlsily . . . . . dally Ar Henderson Irvingtou LStcphenpqtt LCloverport LHaweeville LOnensboro hast bound L L L L Hennerson Owoniboro HawesvlUe Cloverpott . . . 7 Si 9 22 9 40 w 3 7 55 8 20 pm 1028 8 9 . . 1047 . . 11 . ( . . fl u 9 44 .I2i5pmi0 4b 11 55 No 42. dally . . . . No. 44. dally A V K ... ... LStephcnport Itvlugton ... . . . . L L Brandonbttrg Ar LouiaviUe 7 20 a m 2 55 p m . 8 25 3 55 4 53 9 45 5 7 95 35 roll 6 16 10 51 '5 u 45 P V. 11 18 639 ' 8 00 TIMK TAHI.K OOINQ RAST. I. lA It. II. KY. lli:Ai;U Local Freight No. 29a a 6 00 a. tu. No. 222 a 1 02 p. tu. Mail No. 202 a 7 25 p. n. Fast Mail 001NO WBST. pernta-ueutt- A Real Bloodto Remedy. cure Scrofula, never falls S.S.S. deep-seate- d No. sot a 7 17 n. m. Mall No22i a 12 25 p in. Local Freight No. 291 83 25 p. in. Fast Mall Kozema, Rheumatism Contagious Blood Poison, or any disorder of the blood. Do not rely upon a simple tobic to cure II. Mrkkjcic. Agt. s li. blood disease, but take a a real blood remedy. Our nooks free upon application. 6wlft u Siei iik All.iut i Tho and for $1.50. Republican tho Courier- Journal for ono year by manhlnory. -- witV,"0 zzzSmam ) Hartford Republican. l'KIDAY, MAY 7. Sg7- - Tub Denioeraoy 111 this county In hard luek nt present. is Offlco on Fox Stroot. Ixiilril livery 1'rlilny nt Unmoral. SAMA. ANDHRSON Kf, .Editor. Tim public debt was reduced over five millions during tho mnuth of April. This is doing very well for tho new administration. The election of Mr. Deboe is due Subsorlptlon, $1.25 por yoar largely to tho nble management of nt Hnrtlord lion. C. M. Barnett and others who Kntercd at the as second class mail matter. had his cause in their hands. post-office ButCKDUltK says tho lord owes Kentucky an apology for allowing tho As sound money Democrats to live. the lato Sonator is tho undisputed leader of tho freo silver forces in this Stnto, and of course by reason of this position represents tho sentimonts of the party, it is difficult to understand how a Bolfrcspccting eound money Democrat can voto tor any otjo who runs on tho Chicago platform. EEPDLIOAN TIOKET. Eloctlon Nov. 2, 1897. County Judge, Jas. A. Park. County Cletk, M. 8. Ragtand. Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Andersonf County Attorney, M. L. Heavrin. Sheriff, 8. T. Slovens. School Superintendent, Fon Rogers. Jailer, Thos. H. Black. Assessor, G. D. Royal. Coroner, L. W. Hunt. Surveyor, N. Moxley. MAGISTRATE. r Hartford Dist Christopher Allen. Cromwell Diet JontB. Wilson. Announcomonts. For We nte authorized to announce R. A. BYERS As a candidate, for Representative from Ohio countyassubject to the ac tion of the Ripublican party. is pretty well understood that Hon. C. M. Barnett will receive an nppointment under President Mc Among Kinley's Administration. Kentucky Republicans there aro none more worthy of recognition end honHe has been active in or than he. behalf of his party's success in this State; what is more he is a young man of ability and honor. The Rtruii-lic- as takes pride m the rapid and honorable rise to fame of Ohio county's worthy representative. Iteircntnllr.. It f j f REroirrs have it that alter the elec tion ot Mr. Deboe lion. J. C. 8. Blackburn repaired to the Opera House where he delivered himself of a harranguo ot one hour and a half in Mr. Blackburn died hard. length. He has promised his followers, howMk. Jo. A. Parkek, tho Populist ever, that he will bo n lively corpse. nominee for Clerk of the Court of paid his respects to The Appeals, is an enthusiastic Populist the gold Democrats in very choice who believes that bis party is the only He said: and forcible language. reform party, and he is bitterly op"God Almighty owes the people of posed to any fusion deal between Kentucky an apology for permitting Populists and Democrats. He never the gold standard Democratic mem- loses an opportunity to pour hot shots bers of the Legislature to live," or into the iusionists on every occasion. , words to that effect. Speaking plain-He makes his paper to the point every Black-burJy, wo would suggest that Mr. issue in regard to the fusion deal, is fcolish to say the' least of it. which he says is killing hiR party. s are We make the following extract from Silver Democrats much worried over what it takes to his paper: believe there is but one It "Icourageous policy, nnd it honest constitute a regular Democrat. can be and last been simmered down to outlined now as well as hereafter, and has at good that is to keep in the middle of the something like this: He only is straight-forwarroad, and not and true Democrat, who, nt the last plain aside into any of the turn election, cast a vote that was of iniquity, to make a short cut across or for any Populistic, and eleven lots to the After the other purpose. thirteenths Democratic. "I am opposed to fusion, and have election in the coming November he ever been so. I believe It demoralonly can be a good Democrat who izes and disorganizes our party. The cast a vote made up of eleven parte, late fusion in Kentucky has done more to destroy us than the hard five parts of which were Populistic, work of Jtbe Old Guard has built us and six parts of which were Demo up In six years. 'We are just entering a State camcratic. All of which reminds us that carry our banner. Domocrat in these days is in almost paign and I am to a I go iorth as an apostle of Populism; certhe same state ot mixture as a but what 8ortof a campaign can I tain dog once owned by a certain make when in one county Populists of one" flesh, Irshman. This Irshman, upon being and Democrats are twain Republicans in another Populists and dog he had asked what sort of a eat mush with the same spoon, and "Faith mon. that is a very only now and then we find a Populist lf shepherd, ticket under the Populist device? loin dorg; ho is "I believe the People's patty is scotch terror, and right; I belleveits principles are true, bull purp." because I believe this that I oppose of the old parties fusion "All for anywith either In doing so, I am A free silver organ says: purpose. not trying to "disrupt the patty," this talK about international bimetaldisruption that lism is simply intended to throw dust but save it from thefollow continued must inevietably of the American people fusion." in tho eyes until the noxt Presidential election," SENATOR DEBOE. This remark was prompted by et. the fact that President McKinley has Mr. Deboe has a reputation as a He is not sent a commission to Europe, whose statesman yet to make. duty it U to secure the united ac- even known throughout his State, It tion of tho great commercial nation is gratifying to know however that he He Is not a of Europe on tho silver question, if it is a mau of tho people. be possible. Speaking ot dust throwpolitical boss; neither is he the creaing reminds us that the record of the tion of a machine. Democratic party along this line is A lawyer of ability, a citizen wboso Let us see; tho private character is without reproach, n glittering success. to be for the his opportunity to distinguish himself prefeesoa Democrats Ho commands the utmost freo and unlimited coiuage of silver is great. at tho ratio of 10 to 1. The Repub- confldenco of thoso who know him licans passed the Sherman Act which best. Tlds speaks volumes, Although tho course of the Rcpub provided for the purchase of four and a half million ounces of silver ever) lican party in choosing a Senator has Duriug Mr. Cleveland's not been wbat it should have been, month. n now-adayd by-pa- ths ones-hathree-quartetwo-thir- The Hartford Jferald has forsaken tho Democratic devico and still sets itself up as teacher of Democratic doctrine. In its last Issue it takes a backward turn and goes to talking about the Populist devico aul tho Wo do not know freo silver device. what they mean by tho free Bilvcr but wo do know that tho ticket recently nominated by the two parties will go on tho ballot as the plain "Democratic Ticket" under the rooster. There will be no fusion word about it, and the desperate ejfuiU of our Democratic friends to make it appear that they will have a fusion device is only done for effect and try to Some of hoodwink tho Populists. tho Populists still believe that that they will hnvo a fusion device it was only last Saturday that a good Populist from Sulphur Springs was at our office nnd ho said they would have a fusion device, bo you see the Demray's do not want the truth told about them, hence the alleged Democratic organ at this place is mad because we aro throwing some light on We will serve tho fusion business. notice right now that we are loaded and we propose to furnish all the information necseary to show that tho Populist party is gone forever when tho members of that party vote tho By the fusion Democratic ticket. business last year the parly was brought to the edge of the grave and if the party in this county votes the Democratic ticket they will be completely annihilated. do-vi- ce, cause ho believes that the Populist pai ty is the only one which can remedy the many evils which now exist in our political system. It will be remomnercd that tho Purple or Populist party wan found od 'in tho idea, that Republicans nnd Democrats were aliko oorrupl; that bth look moro intorost in obtaining offices than in promoting tho best interest and wclfaro of the people. It oniiuot bo denied that corrupt nnd dishonest political methods nro practiced entirely too much by tho two old dominant parties of this Nation. Politics has beoomo a synonym for corruption and dishonesty. This uuforlunato state of affairs has long been viewed with alarm by many citizens nnd repeated efforts havo been to effect a reformation in politics. A prime motive, thereforo, among thoso who allied themselves with the Populists, was tho purifying and cleansing of our politics. The great masses of the Populists of earnestly desire tho of these euds,and to accomplish their purpose they deem it absolutely necessary to hurl the two old Conscientious parties from power. and earnest Populists have labored ia'thfully to advance the principles of their parly and to promote its inThey have especially enterests. deavored to rid tho peoplo of that largo and ravenous class of people known as chronic office seekers, or in other words professional politicians. To be sure all offices must be filled, and necessarily some one must run for office, but there is no doubt that the whole country would bo better oil if rid of political office seeking Ieadors who are sucking the life's blood of the country. But is not the gentleman correct whom we quoted above? Is it not true that the Populists now have the fusion party to deal with? Thelusion party, as he stated,. is worse than either tho Democrat or the Republican party. Each of them have principles which aro known, but the iusionists have no principles. They havo but one plank in their platNow form, aud that is a pie plank. it is a matter of fact that the conserva tivo elements of both the Democratic nnd Populist parties, condemn the ar. tides ot bargains and talc by which a fusion has been consumated in this The very county and elsewhere. thing bur Populist friends have tried to avoid, is now being enacted in this y accom-plishtucut county. That is to say, this fusion arrangement has been engineered by office seekers and professional politicians. Certainly Will any one deny this? not. It is a notorious fact. What then remains for honest Pop- -, Only one thing, and ulists to do? that is to denounce tho actions of thoso leaders who are ready and willing to desert their party for the sake of a small office and ical honors. (?) perhaps some polit- t'rtt Trmlo Fnram TriiM. There hat grown up among many people a strong prejudice ngalnst have made trinti The use at this prejudice lor their own purposes Gy spreading abroad the claim that n Protective JTnrlir encour-nc- s trusts Like most Free-Traclnlun, this had no basis in either reason or fact. It has been pointed out mnny times by Protectionists that there could be no inherent connection so long j between trusts nnd Protection ' ns thtfe wre many raore l"sls ,n mwe miginnu mnn in rruieo llntl-Work Ionr tion Amctlen. The utter lalslty ot Frankfort, May 5 The lollowlna the Free Tiadcrs charge has been measuri s have been passed by both thoroughly cxposd on mote than one Houses of the Legislature: oconrlou. House Dill No: . An net for the But n little further evidence has relief of the Court of Appeals, providbeen furnished by the experience ot ing seven stenographers nt n cost of the last few years, since the coming $6,000 Passed April 13 (Pending into power of the Ftee Trade party. before Governor ) During that time, there has been a No. 33 An net concerning the of- considerable increase in the number fice of Coroner. Pruvidlng n clerk at of truits. The formation of these per month for Coroner ol Lottlv. .was due directly to $50 the prostration uf ville. April 13. business which resulted from our No. 35, An act entitled, "Office e " In the "step toward ami officers." Passed April 29. sweep of disaster brought by the triNo. 46. An act to protect freedom umph of Free Trade, the capitalists of speech in this Commonwealth. sought to shield themiclves and Passed April 10. Approved by the formed trusts for that purpose. Quite Governor April 17. as noticeable is the fact that even in No. 84. An net authorizing the the short time which has elapsed State to issue bonds to the amount of since the country voiced decision to it (Now penJiug belore the tcturn to the Protective policy? many $500,000. Governor.) of these trusts nnd others too, ate totNo. 87. .An act authorizing Countering. The wire nail trust and the ty Court.etc.to pay not exceedingfao steel tail tntst have already gone and for each horse killed with glanders. there is n report that the window glass Signed by the Governor April 26. trust Is on the point of going to Ssnate bid No. 37. An act to.oswU pieces. and towns to the class slgn cities In the revival of business under they belong, changing Pinevillc, Bell Protection, domestic competition county, from city of fourth-tfifth sharper, prices are fixed nt class. their normal figures, and trusts tor No. 56 An act relating to convict the purpose of keeping up prices are mined coal and providing for labeling impossible. Under Free-Traand cars of same brought into the State. the prostration of business which int for holdAn act changing the time variablyacrompanies it. competition ing Circuit Court in Anderson coun- is low ebb and at ttuststo make highty. Approved by Governor May 4 er prices are formed with impunity. An act legalizing the borrowing ol Everyone who thought, or reasoned, money by boards of management of knew before that combinations for the Apasylums. the various lunatic purpose of raising prices wtre not the proved by Governor May 4. products of Protection, though they An act for the benefit of Lewis D. might sometimes exist under it; but Smith, keeper tf the "back Capitol." Ironi our recent experience under appropriating $4 per day for Smith we have learned partial and asslstanty. the iurther fact that such trusts are One hundred and twelve bills have the direct fruit of beeu introduced in the House and Economist. sixty in the Senate. During the ' past two or three days the House has JI.VUO. M. T. Likens, merchant, at this advanced every bill to its third reading and there are thirty or totty measures place will open another store at at Willis' old stand. now pending before this body that Mr. J. W. Russell, of QualityCorn-er- , may be called up and passed. is quiet sick. Jmllclnl Knee. A disastrous fire occurred ThursThe race for the free silver Demoday night nt A. J. Murphy's, buri- cratic nomination for Circuit Judge inir a laree stock barn with three and Commonwealth's Attorney ters head of work horses, a lot of corn, all ruinated last Saturday in the nis harness, a lot ol hiy, fodder &c. ination of Judge W. T. Owen tor CirLoss about $300 with no insurance. of cuit Judge and the The work of incendiaries J. E Rowe for Commonwealth's AtPlow Boy torney, notwithstanding the bitter opposition to bcth these gentlemen. BdnrataTonr lloweM Wllh Ciocnretn. Candr Cathnrtlc, euro coMilpailon frer. The vote in the counties is as follows: 10o.95. 1IC.C.C fall, dmirirli J money rites causes uncertainty and delay In a thousand lines of business There is no good reason why the Senate snould not pess promptly the bill reported by Ita Finance Committee. Tne House will probably accept it with nich few changes n can readily be atmnged. of the new The o' bill Is to give more revenue ns soo-- i m possible, nnd Rive It in b way that will protect Anteiican industries. That Is the Remibllcnn colic v. nnd th Republicans are willing to accept responsibility for it. -C- ommercial. I Free-Trad- HKLKCT. jt Health i fair in our community l present We still have plenty of rain ard mud here than in good lor the farmer. Our sluglng is progressing nicely uniicr.the supervision ol Prof. A. II. M-rStt-wa- Was Growing Worse Llvr nnd Stomaoh Troubles Too Wssik to Work -- Now Ablo to Do All de Rv John Jurnsgln fllted his regular appointment at the whoolhousc the Ut Sunday. The Infant eon of O J Obannon, that ws humeri several days ago Is , i irovlng 'lMr J n. gerously I W Cox, who lifts been dan- ill for several days Is thought by her attending physicians, Free-Trad- to be out of danger. Mr Latney Leach, of the Green river neighbothood, visited his uncle, I J. Stewart, last Sunday Jri Our spring term of school which wns taught by Miss Ma C. Reader, ol Hnttford, closed Ust Friday. Miss Is the IxwV-- ln taet the On Truo Mood rurlner. to gt Hood'a. Ida is an excellent tef.cher nnd she At all driirelJls. eiirollTcrnii.easrtntaVe, gave entire satisfaction to all her pa HOOU S PlllSeaijrloorwrate. escents. tions and pupils. We predict lor Miss Ida great succcts if she follows The American Business College, teaching. The patrons heartily rec- Omaha, Neb , lias a notice in the lo. ommend her to the public as a teachpaper offering n er. And miny of the patrons of this cal columns of this thorough course of instruction In district expressed n desiie that she Commercial and should teach the fill term at this Arithmetic by mall free of tuition. place. Miss Ida's kind nnd genial liberal oiler disposition wo'i for her many lasting To avail joutself ofthls present of and around Select during is the same as Accepting a friends in Ha A SunscRinna. her sojourn here I wis under I lie cara ot a phyatelan fortwojeafssndlwvrss treating mo tor stomach and liver troubles and femalo difficultly, but I only Brew worae under I was ao weak 1 could do lilj traahnint. hardly sRy work. I waa at last Inducod to try Hood's Bursaparllla ond Hood's Pllla and these-- medUlncs havo dona mo to muoti good that I now weigh 112 pounds and am able to do alt my homework, Illrmly ballevolahouldhavobcen In my grave today H It had not been tot Ilood'a 8rep'lll- - My llttlo girt waa afflicted with phthisic. I Cvo her Hood's Bamparllla ond It hat relloved her." Mas. It, 0. IlAnrnn, 701 Onlvoralty Aranue, Knoxvtlle, Tentiowco. Her Housework. Sarsa- parllla - 1 nook-Kccpii- iff M, ItoililiiR Hip The Best Sulvc in th wot Id for Buy a suit that is honest clear Cuts. Bruises, Sores Ulcers. Salt Insist upon it costs no Rheum, PeverSorce, Tetter, Chapped throutfh Hands. Chilblains. Corns, and all mote than pootly constructed ones gives a satisfaction never approached Skin Eruptions, and positively cures kind Piles, or no pay required. It is by one of the Keeps its shape ns long as you weer guaranteed to give petfectsatisfnetion it, nnd is a suit that will carry you or money refunded. Pi Ice 25 cents safely anywhere. A man that wears per box. For sale hy Williams & rendy-to-wear lnr. nilrlilrnV run-i- i Mir. o de Free-Trad- Free-Trad- e. him always has a better opinion ol himself, and feels more kindly toward the rest of humanity. What kind of n suit do you wast? IVhen you buy Pantaloons -- have tfiem made to your order, too We make them up for you from ft 00 up. Made tight. Materials in any style you may fancy no matter what sott we have them nnd the price is always the lowest. The ltd war! Rose & Co., Chicago The Fashionable Tailors that's the make they put their names on the goods it's a pledge ol good workmanship THRVSlos it Ever) thing that goes toward making vour suit a finished produet. Is found in this make. Thelinings Inequality the fit. suit that "fits" lilmMADR l'OR Bell. x tj-iy- r. Wantrii To borrow fSoo.oo on I)., core property worth 4 times Call on or address A. the nmouut. Tub ti KKPum.ictAN, Hartford, Ky. If you wish to lie enrolled as a free student in the mall department ol the American Business College, Omaha, Neb., send your application at once. Their offer ol Irec coarse by null will be opeu for n limited time only. So. EieTTbwIjr CatDHreU Caiidy Onllmrllc, the metl wonderful uodlcal illxxnonr of the sue, pteaa-m- it nml rotrealunir to the tfttto, natpafitlr and iKMltlreiy on kldnjr, liter hihI banelf, eluaiiihia tl wiUiw a;stra, dlt)el eehl, oore mauaoiie, isnr, immiuni onniiipoireu ami bl Ioimmm. lima trajr ami try a. max ; Hold una ' of O. CO UmUj--" IO,as,S0csnw. Sji in everv detail, or you cau have your the stles It's just exactly right Sun-nyda- le " weave and coloring that fashion dictates as ctilo every men thai goes towards giving you that appearance so much de sited by nil men, is lourtd in Suits of has Through Passenger Trains nnd this make. Fast Hftlcient Double Daily Service Oiders taken by Carson & Co,, from Cincinnati and Louisville to Hattford. Ky. well-dren)- monevWk &" Illinois (Jen. f,. & f. Memphis . -- .. .t ...111 t f--i 1. 11c nrw uouimi m uhwiu win uc I Sunday In May. I dedicated the 3 Able preachers from a distance Till be on hand to preach that occasion Dinner on the ground aud cv- -j erjlxxly is invited to come and bting their baskets well filled with some thing to eat Dkacoss 1 I 1 in connection with the B & O S. W. to Louisville, rebelling direct or making close connections for principal Kew Orleans points ,jn SOUTH & WEST on its own nnd connecting lines. Including Vicksrntrg ami Jackson, Miss , BatonRouge and Natchez, I.R., Little Roek and Hot .Springs, Atk , Wnco, Fort Wotth, Dallas, Houston and Su Antonio, Tex , and points on the Pacific Coast It also has through passenger trains and .fast efficient double daily sen ice from New Orleans, Jackson, Memphis nnd points South and West on its own aud connecting lines to OHIO COUNTY. Owen's majority Rowe's plurality COUNTY If The Rei'uiii.ican knows the DAVIBS3 Populists of Ohio county it certainly Owen's raftjotity predicts that it will put a full ticket Rowe's plurality . II AN COCK COUNTY. Otherwise our honest in the field. Populist friends will vote for those Owen's majority (about) men irrespective of politics, whom Kelly's plurality M'LEAN COUNTY. they think will make the best public Owen's majority servants. Rowe's plurality 501 234 803 542 .... ... ... . . . 400 550 315 Wo have just opened a COMPLETE LINE OF GOOD . POIItT I'l.F.lHANT. 379 Infant child ot W. English was buried at Point Pleasant graveyard last Rev. Henderson, of DaSaturday. viess county, preaching the funeral Mr. Sam lames cut his foot this week making a painful wound. A Sunday School has been organized at the Point with Mr. Frank Buskell and Mr. W. English as the principal officers. T. Igleheartand family have moved io Moson Bend to work this season. W, K. James visited friends heie this week. Mrs. John Maddox is improving. Dave Hatcher was visiting the family of Lotus Hatcher this week. Our spotting men are having fun fox hunting; there being several dens IC. of young loxes found here. C'nlnrili Cnniiol lo ( iirwl with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces Hall's Catarrh Cute is not a quack medicine, It was prescribed by on of the best physicians in this country for years, and is a regular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful rebults in curing Catarrh Send for testimonials, free. F.J.CHENRY & CO .Props , Toledo O Sold by druggist, price 75c. Hall's FsmilyTiis are the best. IN THE DI&TRICT. Owen's majority Rowe's plurality 2.003 605 in mm And we are prepared to give, you bar' gains in every line. Give us a call and we are sure to please you.. LOUISVILLE, & ST. LOUIS making direct connections with through trains for all points NORTH & EAST including St. Louis. Chicago, Buffalo, Piltsbute. Cleveland, Boston, New York. Philadelphia, Baltimore and CINCINNATI, CHICAGO Richmond. Solid vcrttbulo trains tli rough pull-ma- n bullet sleeping oris through free reclining chair cars Morion limit. Timoleon-Mortowhodie-- from some n sort of stomach trouble Thursday morning nt his elegant home between Beaver Dam and Croaiwcll, was in the 62nd year of his age He was one of the most favorably known men in Ohio county. He was the only sou of R. L. Morton, deceased, and related to numerous members of the va rious families of that name. 'He'Was a brave and gallant soldier, absent from his Kentucky home under the flag o' the Confederacy duting four j cars of the war He returned at its close and married Miss Charlotte Turner, who survives him without children to share her inconsollable grief,) and irreprSble loss. He efficient seived as Deputy Sheriff for T, Was connected with J. Smith timber firms and saw mill And it was ever a rivalcompanies. ry, a race ol dilligence between sellers of timber and logs on Green rivt.rto contract with his firms because of the proverbial and well' kjown honesty and fair dealing of the agent. "Hnl" Particulars ofjour ticket agent. local railroad S G Hatch Dlv. Pans. Agent, Clit- cinnati. Jno.- - A. Scott, Dlv. Pam. Agent, Memphis, A. H Hanson, o p a., Chicago, a 0 ia., Louisville. A.MCH&. H!gZjr AVY j4T"TfcT-iis- W. A,. KruLOND, f ig 11 AH our students 1807. rjTBjjg Which meets In Howling Grosu June 20 30 and for teaching, get a liellcr certificate, or to tako a Hpccial emphasis put on the Stato Toaohors' JfirWritc now. Mention Course wanted. Southern Normul School jsontucky jgtato July feoO YYXUJ rTi IT. arls $0,(Pyfi)r 0 VCJPCMOTIV' VbA"v'-vVT?!VJ tw sWfW04 aud Tuition Jlverj thing for the special Suipmer Term ofS weeks e uftu'.t, k.jn. I., nmu oignu ism 0 "'- -- will havo the 1, '07. opportunity of attending "Uoaoliors' .A.BSooiation thorough Cour80. If you want a better oducation, prepare yourself Commercial Courso, it will pay von to write tout. You can enter now and find clasw to suit yoit, , CHERRY BROS., Proprietors, and Howling Grecu Business College, Bowling Ureen, Ivy, In like manner agent. woe unto the seller who sought to perpetrate a fraud up. on the firm of which Mr. Morton was He owned a firm on the Cromwell and Beaver Dam road upon whlch-h- e bestowed the earnings and toil of his life in its improvement, nnd bad made It a model and beauty as a home and a farm residence In every respect. He was originally n Democrat but In later years sometimes voted for Republicans for loanl qllUes nnd be- came actively identified with the He was a middle o't Populist party. the roader, opposed to fusion ot any kind He wasdecidtdly original In Q lick both conduct und chiracter to deelde and prompt to execute, with a determination that left upu neithorstranger the least er acquaintance doubt as to hit sincerety or candor. He loathed hypocracy, fraud and deHe was liberal minded, honest ceit and enterprising, frtedly, hospitable aud charitable, in which, the latter, his heart nml hand ever wot togetlis er. HBNRT FIELD & SON -- K l HAVE OPENED THEIR in-: , i !i. pi r fri both branches ot last administration The Congress wero Democratic. Wilson bill resulting in disasler and hard times was passed. But did they givo us free and unlimited ooinnge ot They did, however, No. silver? ripeal the purchasing clause of the Sherman Act, thus riking down the causo of silver instead ot promoting it. Democrats may shout freo silver till they uro hoarse, but the record ot the party U ooiivlnoiug proof that they aro trying to "throw dust" in The Repubthe eyes of tho people. lican party is opposed to the freo and unlimited coluagoot silver at tho ratio of 10 to 1, that its record shows that aud has beon o better It is y friend to the cause ot silver than the Democratic party evcrjias beeii or is now. 12 Deri Iji VUHU WHtHt (Jwl ;rup. All tlt fit(W. I I.AI19. Utolff. L?J vUKurZi KJ.SI ItdFai IflSHKTSI A llrnl Cnlnrrh tlnrr. The locent trial alzeol Ely's Cream Balm which can be had of the druggoodjudgment. gist is sufficient to demonstrate Its The RcrunucAX congratulate? great merit. Send 10 cents we Will Mr, Deboe upon his election, and mall It Full size 50c. rests assured that he is nble to fittingELY BROS , 56 Warren St ,N.Y City. ly represent this Commonwealth in Catarrh caused difficulty in speakthe Senate of the United States. ing and to a great extent loss of bearing Hy the use of Ely's Cream A WOHD Ott TWO. Balm dropping of mucus has ceased, Wo quote from the account of tho voice and hearing have greatly ImPopulist meoting proceedings of tho proved J. W. Davidson, Att'y at at Wcsterflehl, which appeared in Law, Monmouth, 111, , 'Another said the our last iiue: TlieTnrlll. Peoplo'ii party formerly hud twcne The people are not so much Interrules the Republican party arid tlie ested In the details of the tariff bill as Democratic party but now it has they are in the fact that it 1) a meastho fusion party, which is tho bitterest ure protective In its general scope and fuo it has ever encniintaro It lucaiuo as they are In having it passed and its leaders assume to be tno.nl), settled as soon as possible. tjio.v mjh jo oJiwmo '0 Jpttuau SailMlB which they are only office seeker, n V"1 This cruntry of ours Is now the iHjppv vui oidtunt lu 'Suo4t uaiwnl iuro liH'l'lsnJP IIV 0111 'mn da k repudiated by Populism " Ujjau wpuim nun wqvai v largest matiufacliitu g country In the tun Moll pus mwu 'am JOJIRJ '9la Tliik languag eniiiwtsd world, and the tariff touches many itib ox ioi i 'jjiojoj pas Delay in fixing the tariff JVpullst ho-- Interests. fiom a man who is n liuy jn jaoi oiug ai jJg i,m yet in the end it has take. It has chosen Blackburn a man charactci; of sou ml made no mis to succeed Mr. of unblemished discretion and 1 .3 I ui sj,-o- 1int lno ovij i'i A fine- new OMNII1U8 will meet all day tmius at Heaver Dam. All order promptly nttonded to. guarantees n comfortable ride. corner Market und Union Streets, Hartford, To cmol&BPj: oaaai BeaverDn xxx. Leave An elgant vehicle anil goodhoiws order ot Piety's I.iroiy Stable, -- r-a ' .. .f. . Now is the Time to Strike i AT FAIR & COMPANY'S. Wo have our entire stock of Spring Goods in ami arranged for your inspection Our All :aro fresh and the very latest. line of Millinery, Woolen dress goods, wash fabrics wero never more beautiful. A look at these lines wili bo appreciated. inch Marabout Lawns 30 inch Ilcjano Dimity 37 Inch Crcsdcn Dimity 30 inch Gmpurl lace effects": 15 HO Bring your wool to Fair Co. Awarded Buy your Groceries Irom Pate Bros. llghest Honors World' Fair. t Pair & Co's. Apron check gtnnms jc at l'.lr &Co's Men's heavy, cotton box 5c at Pair , &Co's. Good cottonade (Bf 8c at J. It. Pojoe for a nice parasol gle & Co'u, i Men's heavy cottouade pants Pair ft Co's. .1 Shitting cottons for 40 nt Pogle & Co's. 1 '' wm CREAM Match Our Prices if You Can. WE SHOULD UK! TO MW YBO TBV. 48c J. at It. BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia. Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. A - Absolutely Puro. 10c 12o ? s ... . , . 8o 8Jo ;8o 12 v12 inch Percales 30 inch Granite cloth 80 inch Shepherds plaid ducks have the fancy , With this lino we trimming to match which aro in vogue this season. WssSHSBBBr If yon miss visiting this department Wo have the largest you will regret it. line and the prettiest styles in Hartford. Can furnish you a hat from 50c to well anyprice you want it. Come to see them anyway if you are not ready to purchase. It will be alright. Always glad to show our goods. ' O-l- x ClotlhJLzn.g' M 00 C Department should not be forgotten. Metis tuita l Mens hotter wool suite. good-woo- 00 Monsoxtra wool suits Boyi wool tuita Child woohuits 8 00 to $10 00 $260 to 85 00 00oto8860 With ovary boys luitof clothe wo give you u ball and bat. And with Wo every 2 00 purchase or over ajiandsorao picture lu n neat Ironic want your trade and shall endeavor by alt fair means to obtain it. Write ior samples. We will gladly send them. Hartford emple 0f fashions. aa n- - n - r T ir - - " - - ' - - ANDY CATHARTIC CURECOKSTSPATibH IO0A1 IlTDf V fininSHTnPn t rare nnrtMtorronitlillont AD&UbU lOUl UUAluUl 1 ubU rlp or cripf.hot 25 io i 50 WPJ 71 CMVnplmlmwnvH 'HOJtBrfBfllIfcS n,. mr mmBP S ALL DRUGGISTS malta. .lauAhoftttttrraf. lit. KTKUUSnitKMDrU).,rMcaro,JIoiitrMl.C..erNfifTor. tun mij natural Cuurttt r.lli.Idt.l UitJ i Bito-- 111. Allriiipleil AoMtnlt In Ditvlr. Owensboro. Ky., May 3 A burly and unsuccessful assault negro-madon Miss Orrcl Fieldoo, daughter of a prominent farmer at Neasant Ridge, a village twelve miles southeast of Miss Owensboro, Sunday alternoon. Plelden was at home alone, and started across the back ynid. The negro sprang from behind a wocdpileoud seized her. She.scietfmed lor assistance and fought the brute finally breaking loose and running Into the house. She barred the doors and the negro escaped before Miss 1'ielden's family relumed. A messenger arrived In Owenbboro today to secure bloodhounds, but they Qin'bc of np lervlce owing to the heavy rains since yuterday. The negro's name Is unknown, but M its Hidden could Identity htm If caught. e Whatever your pursuit in life may be, a thorough business education is what you need. The Ametican Business College, Omaha, Neb , now offers a complete business course by mail free for advertising purposes. If good business you wish to 6bta4 tducation you will do well to Investigate the matter and make application for admission as n free student at once. Excurelon. Tennessee Cffnteulal and International Kxposltion at Nashville, Tenn. May 1st to Oct. 30, 1897, intes from $620 down to $240 for the round trip according to number of people Per and time, also time of limit. further particulars call on agent. II Mkrrick, Agent. - 11 To Cure CinMItlon Vorever. TakeOaaerfrets Obudjr Ctothartlo. lOoorHC ov cii v rail 10 cure, uruirgibw raiuuu uiutiyr. In Memory Of the infarit sou of Mr. and Mrs P. who L. Wood, Russell Hunter Wo-.December 25 '895. died was bom April 26, 1897 After ptayer at the home on the 27,, which by Rev las. Rufbing, as the bell tolled so.emnly (he funeral procession wended its way soirowlully to the sermon was, church where preached by Rev. J. II Richardson in the presence cf a large Huong of sorRus-kIrowing trlends Jind rcKlves cheerful baby, lovttl ns a hrlitht by all who k.ljpw him. All that medical care nod affwtinn could do for him was doife but all to no avail; where Christ hadell6l come home death. there Is no more pain nor e in Dear parents you have ore more heaven, think of those precious little beekorinr hands" nnd the time when you (iha.l be united around the Lnam. tluoue of God. d. 1 . ii 50 lbs. j of Coal Hence, discomfort twenty-fiv- e. and misery. A certain amount of fat, burned daily, would keep your body warm and healthy. But your digestion is bad, and you d. don't get it from ordinary Hence you are chilly, you catch cold easily, you have coughs and shtversx while pneumonia, bronchitis, or consumption finds you with no resistive power. Do this. Burn better fuel. Use SCOTT'S EMULSION Oil. Appetite and of Cod-livdigestive power will revive and soon a warm coating of good flesh will protect the vital organs against the cold and the body against disease. TwJiirw, 50 ctt, and $1.00 fat-fooer A day would" keep your roonu warm In winter. But that small stove will burn only i lor riftjr Cent. fine ol On P Oram's New Uni- versal Atlas. IUb ;hc very best nud finest Atlas ihtUis made wl" se" cheap lor AppbLHt this office. t'or Hiile. ( Book free for the aiking. SCOTT cb 4 BOWNB, K.wVerk. Newman, Ky., April 10, 1897. S. C. Barlow of this place writes the following letter for publication. ,"I cheerfully say that Hood's Sarsas parilla is a standard remedy in my tees satisfaction. term of court. home. I usually take it in the spring Pate Bros., are still in the lead on and it regulates my system so comRemember that Sehapmire can furnish you with the best of shoes at groceries. Call on thetn if you want pletely that I am hardly ever troubthe cheapest and lteshest that can be led with that tired feeling or dizzy the lowest prices. found on the market. headaches." Dr. J. S. Coleman is attending the Bring us your Hams, Bacon, Lard, Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick Southern Baptist Convention at Chickens, Ginseng and Beeswax, in headache, indigestion, biliousness. N. C. this week. fact anything yon have to sell. All druggists. 25c. A dollar saved is a oollar made and PatbBros. you can make them by trading at J. A Out I. ' Rev. J. P. Hicks has purchased K. Pogle & Co's cash store. Rosiuc, May 1. AVc thcundersign-e- d from Mr. G. B. Likens the house and voters of Rosine precinct respectMr. A. Bach, an enterprising Ger- lot near Mrs. Vaught's house, and fully ask that R. R. Wedding become man citizen of Louisville, is opening has moved to same. a candidate for Representative of Ohio up a general store in the Collins Miss Lettle Murks entertained a connty: property. ' few of her many friends last Monday Will Bryant. W A Pirces, Dr. J. R: Tirtle will go to e night, the occasion being a farewell Luther Johnson, Johu Dobbs, nth and remain until the party. Mr. Marks has moved with Dock Burton, T. C. Shroader, 15th. Will be found nt his office af. his family to his farm near town. W P Thomas, Wm H Coots, terthat time. M G Awtry, L P Crowder, Marriage license since our last reW G Allen, We want your wool, feathers, eggs J L Liles, port: O. J . Thomas to Emma J. Fair, Thomas Allen, and Oluseng for which we will pay M'M Likens, R. M. Miller to Emma J. Phillips, C G Crowder, J C Davis, the highest market price. Tilden Johnson to Retlie Griffith, Sam Wallace, John D Clark, Carson & To. Wm. II . Fulkerson to Mrs. Elvira J Raley, J M Clark, , Wm. A. Aurr was tried in' the Calvert. H A Miller, J W Clark, County Court Wednesday and was Mis. G. B. Hoclcer, who formerly C C Johnston, adjudged to be of unsound mind nnd lived near Hartford, died at her home Jno G Miller, Be Awtry, T A Ragland, was sentto tbellopkiusville Asylum. in Daviess county last Friday morn II F Myers, Cy Johnston, She was a cood, M D Baig, Deputy Sheriff Jo Roberts brought ing of paralysis. Joseph Peters, and leaves many Jas C Halt, a young mag to Hartford yesterday christian lady, R L Liles, and placed him in jail, charged with friends and relatives iu this county to .Robt Simson, D E Allen, having broken into a store at mourn hef loss. CI Christian, J W Gee, in Ralph's. Btuno Fry, The following named persons have J ATlchenor, Sanfoid Simpson, D M Fielden, Photographer Taylor will make Cab- paid their subscription to Tub J H C Wright, since our last issue: W. G W Peach, inet Photographs' lor a short time at ) B Wright. Ker-ric$1.50 per dozeu and will be fuund evs H. Williams, Hartford; J. W. F. M. Petty, Ellzabethtown; cry Monday at his Photo Car in HartTHE SECRET. Lewisport;J J. Jarnagln, Cleopatra; ford. 39 tf J. R. Henry, TaOee; W. S. Samuels, Mr. Albert McCrockiin was thrown Westerfield. How Doctors Protoot Thom-solv- es lrom Ills wagon on his way from Messrs. A. J. Bell, E P. Thomas Prom ContagTuesday and sustained Injuries that will lay him up for several and Judge Jno P.Morton were elecious Diseases. He is able to kuock about ted School Trustees last Saturday to days. till out the vacancies iu the Board. town but not able to do any work. Doctors rarely catch contagious dis It would be ngood idea for the School The applicants for Master CommisTrustees to get together and order an senses. Almost everybody knows sion under Judge Owen should he be election for the purpose of voting a this, but lew know how they escape. elected seems to be made up about as tax to maintain Hartford College. Mauy. blleve that the doctor has follows: B. p, Ringo, J. S. Glenn, Our peopleall seem to be iu favor of some charni or nntiseptic which proThos. Stevens, Shelby Taylor and W. a small tax and by so doing we con tects him. Dr. Hartman lately made We have a pretty again have the best school in the the truth of this matter public, that G. Hardwick. all might realize its benefit. stralgh tip that Mr. Stevens will State. . . ' Contagious diseases ate conveyed L land the plum. liny Notice. Drcurnilou by minute organisms known as diof the ladies and Quite a number Mr. J. It. Davidson, who recently These germs find their sease germs gentlemen of McHenry I,aw graduated nt the Louisville system through the invited Preston Morton Post No, enttanre Into the School, was in Hartford this week, have mucous membrane. If the raucous G. A. R , to hold their services at and has decided to locate heie to prac- 4 membrane Is healthy, they can not their place on May 89th. The Post tice law. Mr.Davidson is a nice gensystem If the mucous their invitation, Tliere get into the tleman, a fipe scholar and we predict ic affected by catarrh ths are several soldiers of our late war memhinne for him great success in the practice germs find easy access Catarrhal bulled there Among them is the of his profession. secretions furnish exactly the mater" well known Robt. Pollock and Wm ial upon which they thrive and niuN Espey. A full prograra'of the day tljily. To get tld of the catarrh, and will be out, and a grand turnout is thus preserve the mucous membrane expected. healthy,- - is the only way to be safe Col. W. H Mooro Will Entor No. 4 G. A. R. Qou. Post from contagious diseases. This exs .I Mi Our Boat Trade. .plains why it is that some people A We the undersigned Republicans ol catch diseases easier than othets. Col. W. H.Moote lias undertaken Ohio county respectfully exposed just the same. oak D M. Every one-ito put a boat in Rough River and we Hooker to make the race for Repre- Not every one, however, falls a vies are assured by him that Hartford will sentative; tlm to contagious diseases, A'Mseaso bottt lauding A S Bennett, . soon have a flrst-clsgerm cau not enter the system II C Shaver, at cur wharf. Col. Mooie was iu CB Shaver, WD Westerfield. through a perfectly heallhy mucous Doctors know this, and Hartfuid yasterday and told us that P A Shaver, membrane. L B Shayerc Joe A Stewart, t ie boat would leave Itvansville next W G.Bennett. therefore guard against it, This Is Jesse Shaver, Tuesday morning for this place to en E P Bennett, nil (he secret there is about It. R W Maban, Sam Shaver, trade permanently. has-- V The best cure or preventive known He ter this Wm B Heflln, M Heflln, to the tueplcal profession up to date associated himself with Capt Robt. V M Stewart, Pellx Shaver, " nil I Hotnbiook, an experienced river man. w tor catarrh iu nil Its conditions is FrThe Madlsouvllle Hustler has the an nu During the uncertain weathand as all partios Interested in theentet-pris- e following to say regarding on Ohio ate first classbuslneamep,itwill county boy: "Mr. Likens, a temper- er ol spring time it is an unnecessary certainly niat with groat success. ance lecturer of considerable reputaheaH lor any one to neglect to guard Our people "need the boat, upd.the tion, will begin a series ot lectures at himself from, taken disease, by taking na. trade on the line wilt make it n p ly- the Christian Chuteh tonjorrow eve- Pe-rthis evening, Send for free eatarrh book. ing investment, hence we are assured ning. He will be here aud Thursday evening The PernilaDrug Manufacturof the boat n a permanent addition eveniugi Everybody Is invited to be to our thrivin? little city ing Co Columbus, Ohio. prehent. Celebrated for Itfl great leavening strength and licnlthfuliicss. Assures Mr. Walter Q Hubbard returned the lood against nluin and nil forms ol home last Sunday. , common to the cheap adulteration brands. Uoyai, Baking I'ownnn Co., When in need of a good pair of Nrw York. shooo go to Schapmlre. 20c buys a good pair drilling drapTrade with J. It. Pogle & Co. ers at J. It. Pogle & Cols. Buy Fertilizer from Carson & Co. A new line ol dress ginghams for ThePloatingStudlolsatCalhoon. jc nt J. It. Pogle & Co's. Indies hats 50c to $5 at Pair & Co's. MrJ. H. Patton has been having Ulegant wool suits $4 at Pair & the chills lor the past week. Co's. J. K. Pogle & Co. want vour wool, Good cottonade lor Scat J. It. Pogle eggs, feathers and ginseng. & Co's. Don't buy your spring goods withs llooster Drown cotton at Pair out seeing J. E. Pogle & Co. & Co's. The cheapest and best line of shoes Sure to please you in millinery at in Hartford at J. E. Pogle & Co's". Pair & Co's Buy you clothing from the cash J. H. Poot,n & Co , Prop. Newest style ladles collars and cuds store, at Pair & Co's. Mr. Harry Monroe and sister, Miss Mrs. Dr. J. S. Coleman has return Gertie, Beaver Dam, were in Hartford last Sunday. ed Irom Madisonvlllc. Pield's 'Bus meets nil trains and 2 nice homestitcbed handkerchiefs charges a living price. , Leave orders for 5c nt Pair & Co's. at the office. Call on Pield & Son for the cheapMessrs. C. M. Itverly and A. P. est Jflid best Buggy Harness. Busklll, Point Pleasant, gave us a We will buy your bacon and hams. pleasant call Wednesday. Carson & Co. Remember we pay the highest See J. E. Pogle line of oil market prices for allountry produce. cloth and straw mattings. Path Bros. Por a sqcinrb feed, take your horse to Mr. Alney Casebier and wife, Rock-por- t, the livery stable of Field & Son. were the guests of the family of Schapmlre has the finest line of Mr. J. M. Casebier, Wednesday. shoes ever brought to Hartford. A trimmed Hat latest styles for A small lot of wool will buy a big children at 50c, and Misses 75c. and lot of Dry goods at Carson & Co's. Ladies for $1.00 at Carson & Co's Biggost stock, lowest prices, correct Bring on your wool, your wife and styles in millinery at Pair & Co's. daughters. You can buy Hats, MlssPearl Joplin, otltlizabethtown, Shoes and Dtess Goods With wool at is visiting Miss Bdna Griffin this Carsou & Co's. week. If you want your picture enlarged Circuit Court will open Monday, you should see Clide Wedding. The May 17. The docket is light for this firm he is taking orders for. guaran- pair good .heavy gray ho6e for 15c at Pair & Co's. That will be the simplest way to convince you that Actually undersell every houso in the county. 30 Kcnliirlty K.lllur' Oiillug. The Executive Committee of the Kentucky Press Association met nt the Wlllard Hotel, Louisville, Saturday afternoon to arrange for the summer meeting. There were present: Ben D. Ringo, Ptcsident, Hartford Herald; R. E. Morningstar.Secietary, Bowling Green' Democrat; John W. Vreeland, Chairman Executive Committee, Farmers' Home Journal, and Committeemen M. P. Coney, Louisa News; C M. M enchain, Hopklnsville Kentucklaji, and W. T. Havens, Mt. Sterling SentinelDemocrafc The Committee decided to hold its meeting nt MiddlesboroUgh, June 17 and 18. After the meeting the Asso ciation will take a trip to Knoxville and Chatanooga, spending Sunday at Cbatanooga and Lookout Mountains. They will arrive at Nashville Monday, June 22, and visit the Centennial. President Ringo will arrange the literary and business programme and Secretary Morningstar will arrange the ttip. The Mayor ?aud business men of Middlesborough wired invitations to the committee to hold its meeting in their city. The association was promised a delightful time and it was pleased to acceped the generous invitation. The Association will petition Gov. Bradley to change the date of Kentucky Day at the Centennial from The meeting of May 24 to June a2. the association will be one of the biggest in its history and according to the plans oi Middlesborough one of the most enjoyable. Lots of people have found it out and lots others are finding it out every day. Come in and examine and compare. That will tell the story. Men's and boy's clothing at money-savinprices, Our Dress Goods department is unsurpassed in any country store, with, prices that are "hard to head." Our Dress Trimmings, Hosiery, Men's and Lady's Hats arc not frequently matched in a country store. Remember, we are going to quit the clothing business and will give you a few prices: g . Men's Suits from Boy's Suits from lyard percale at Half-woCashmere serge Cashmere 40 inches wide White Carpet warp Colored Carpet warp Fnctory cotton, 1 yard wide All-woAll-wo- ol $2 CO to $10 00 G0c to 85 00 fl0 , ..25c 17c ,25c ic0 17b 4c " 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 you on any thing in this line. Don't fail to visit us. Bring us your wool, feathers, ginseng and all kinds of good country produce. Yours for Trade. , . CARSON fij CO. , Cauey-villeth- k, , Mc-He- of sale. $2.83 for the round trip, on sale May 15th to June 7th Inclusive, and September 15th to Oct. 25th inclusive, final limit ten days in addition to date of sale. This very low rale Ailvrrilkrd Letter ot $t So applies only to bonafide stux e Letters remaining in Hartford dentaand their teachers in parties of over thirty days will be sent to 22 and more on one solid ticket upon Dead Letter office. written applicationg of principals of Mrs. Mattie Milhr, Mrs. Sophia colleges, schools and institutes. Howard, A. M. Farbet, George Rzell, Pltase notify me as early as possible Mr. James P. Boggs. ot the date and parties will go and When calling for the above letters have tickets ready, say "advertised." H.' Mhriuck, Agent. W. H. Gmi'FiN, P. M. it County Attorney, R. H. Duncan; Clerk, J. C. Bowling; Jailer. W. T. Sterett; School Superintendent, S. Glvens; Assessor, J. II. Taylor; Sheriff, Mike Stevens. Cii-cuPost-offic- ClgnrclteSmokllift Kllldl lllm. Tcunnttee Criilrniilnl, Tickets will be on sale at the folPrank Allen, the young man who was takrn suddenly, ill in this city lowing rates, dates and conditions: some days ago and had to be removed $6.20 cents for the round trip, on sale to his home at Hawesvllle, died there daily until and. including October yesterday afterncon. His death is at- 15th, final limit to return November tributed entirely to the smoking of 7th, 1897. cigarettes. Owensboro Messenger. $4 55 Round Trip, on sale daily un. til, and including October 30. Final 1'rliimry In Ilnneoek. Itcmncrntie The Democratic primary election limit 15 days from date of sale except held in Hancock county last Saturday that no ticket shall bear longer limit resulted in the election of the follow- than Nov. 7th, I897. $3 45 tor the round trip, on sale ing nominees: Legislature, I. I. Brown; County Judge, G. D. Cham-- , daily untiland including October 30. bers; County Clerk, J. H. Jackscn; Final limit 7 days in addition to date Por anything in the tonsorial line call on K. L. Bullingtou. m am Account State P.ncatnptuent G.A.R. at Lexington, Ky., tickets on sail Hxperience proves the merit of May 9th and 10, good till May 121I1 to return one fair round ttip Hood's Sarsaparllla. It cures all H. Mhriuck. Agt. forms of blood diseases, tones the stomach, builds up the nerves. ' . For Kentucky Derby Louisville Ky May I2tb, 1897,1 will sell tickets ou May 12th for the 5:20 a.m. train at $2.50 for the Round Trip.' good till 8:40 a.m. May 13th, leaving Louisville The ticket will admltto the Grand Stand; the 8:17 p.m.traln will be held at Louisville till 6 oclcck pmon 12th. II. MftRHICK. Agt. , ()i:il A I.VO. The infant child of Mr. Pratik Den-nl- s died Aorll 20th Mr. Tom Allshy, Is'and Station, visited Hill Brothers last week. Mr. Luther Williams and Miss Florence Duncan were married April Both 2 1st, Rev Tichenor officiating. of the young people are highly esteemed and their many friends unite iu wishing them much joy in their new relation. Russell, the Infant child, of Mr. and Mrs. P, L Wood died Monday night April 26th, aud was buried here Tuesday. Mrs Clemum Kverley and Blanche Jones returned from HyausvUlc Tues day. Mrs. Lizzie Garrett Is visiting relatives near'Nelson creek this week. Louis Capt. Th. Ort OF TOLEDO, OHIO. milw.r OtLctlvo Tell. What Or, Mil..' B.m.dle. Hv Don. For Hlmielf nd Wlf. Jas. A. Duffey, d BOAT NEWS. s DETECTIVE sa . Ad-dr- ma . hundred acres, situated near Hattford, well watered, a good oiched, two hundred Vnrlng trees, good bulldings.oud in For luttherpar good community. tlculara rail ni this office at once, tf A desirable rr Hill. one farm of Heady nerrea, a tlftr aollva brain." A jear age," bead Oapt. Duffey, ot Sit Orchard St., Tolewrite! do, Ohio, "I overworked myMlf, was lu such a conditlou tlcep was lmpoanlble. I was o ntrroua I could net Ilu Id bedi my arms twIWliod and llmr and my tyatem aeetned completely exhausted. I began ualng Dr. Mllea Nervine and the, fourth bottle restored mo to health, Mri. Iluffey had uttered tor eighteen yearn with heart dlM&ie, had tried every remedy without avail until aho took Dr. Mllea" Kw Heart Cure two yean ago. Por the paat year the haa been treo from the trouble " Dr. Mllea' Uemedlea are aold by all drug- gbti under a ponltlve guarantee, Brat txjulo beneOt or money refunded. Hook oo Heart and Nerve sent treo to all applicant. Da MILD! MKUIOAL UO, Elkhart. lud. nork require constant iLk.. wMTnwgrr .'. ri5i i jii iiVj TiisrSiiifllf--- ' Mlifwll mi, ii i mwnnti it immfWW' 1eT -- y 11 ii" ' riwiw iiniiin - - t m limiiiilinid in . Tvmm """""' iiWWHbw J aUBfaMU Ml " Hartford Republican. l'RIUAY, MAY 7, 1897. SENSIBLE VERSUS SENTIMENTAL Tnaiw pof t taku their fsnry far; Now I am fond of post, Uut like your ihwh ul m they are; I would not have them If your sweet lip were cherries red, Thore'd be a Romethlnff mhtalng. When you nod I In love were wed And apent our hours In kissing. I would not have your eyes twin stare; 'Twould take too Ion a day to them. HlMtrio enrg To Don't thread the Milky Way-Tou- r smite Is Just like any girl's ; An angel's we ne'er see. And If your teeth were really pearls. Around your neck they'd be. Ho dainty and Can hear by half as far Aa your two earn. So, truth lo tell, I want you as you are. Tom Hall. In N. T. Truth. r. et t AN INDIAN BATTLE. JJT UE.N. ' J. 8. IlRISniM, I). 8. A. Nearly a thousand lnilos west of Omaha, on tho very top of tho Sooky mountains, stands a largo 'fort called Stambaugh. I built this fort many years ago, and will toll you how It camo to bo placod on tho plnnado of tho groat chain 01 mountains wnicn uiviues tho continent, and how It got Its Tho dlscovory of gold at South In tho Swoetwator country, In 18G9, caused a groat Influx of gold seckors, and much trouble with the Indians followed. The gold mlno9 tvero claimed by tho Sioux, and undoubtedly they woro located in the Sioux country. Red Cloud, tho great chlof of tho Sioux, sent 400 of his bost warriors 'to drlvo away whlto people, but thoy refused to go, and many battles wero fought. In tho fall of I860, Gon. Chris-tophC. Auger ordorod mo to go with a strong force of cavalry and Infantry and protect tho minors. iTbo Indians fell back, and thcro llttlo dono that year excopt scouting and skirmishing. All wlntor long I lay with my lroop3 in tho Popoaglo valloy, and ,carly In tho spring of 1870 moved up on tho Wind Rivor mountains, overlooking tho South pass and tho gold jnlnes. Hero I founded and built now known as Oamp Stambaugh Tort Stambaugh. It was not at first called by tho jiamo of Stambaugh, but simply as a camp of United Statos troops. Tho lincldent which gavo tho fort Its :iamo occurred on tho morning of the 4th of May, 1870, and was as follows: Maj. David S. Gordon, second cavalry, had gono ovor to Atlantic, a little town about two miles from tho fort, and had encamped there over night with a company of cavalry. Early in tho morning a party of Indians, who had been lurking about for sovoral days, saw a young man, named Bonnott, driving some mules in from the pasture, and at once pounced down on and captured him. Thoy did not immediately kill Bennett, no doubt thinking thoy could do that at their lclsuro, when they could gratify their fiendish appotlto for torturo by burning him at tho stake. name Pass, or i- - k 9 of tho savages at tho sudden apparition of the camp, shouted at tho top of his volco, and, bounding away, ran down tho hill toward tho camp, which ho succeeded in roaoh-in- g safely. Tho soldlors woro just getting up for reveille, and that most terriblo of all cries on tho plains "Indians! Indians! Indlansl" hastened their Free trill rising. Seizing thoir arms, somo of tho Williams & Bell's Diug Store. The Great Singer's Romantic Life at soldiers flrod on tho savagos before Regular sizo coc, and $1.00 Remember nudlnnton, the barber Story Girlhood Experiences. HCyS thoy could got out of range; othor IsapoaltlTcearo. is the place tn get your hair trimnitd Applr Into CREAM BAI.lt qslcklj absorbed, to Inth noatrila. It Is Nearly 00 years ago a curious soldlors ran to the plckotlinc, untied per week up in nice style. Aounts: $25 to $$ cents at Dnurfats er br bull ssmples 10c by maJL W.Y BliOTUEItS, 6Wam!aHt.,NewyorkCllr. their horses, and jumping on their cident took plaoo in a Swedish town, eas You work right around home, goldon-halro- d A bluo-ojelittlo girl backs, gavo pursuit to tho Indians, Write to us peered into tho window of a fancy-war- o A brand new thing who wero now flying In all direcstore. Sho was wondorlng quick! You will hi surprised at how tions. Send us your Tho frightened citizens of tho littlo whothor her purso hold enough to easy it can be done. It was to be a address anyway. It will be to your town rushed from their houses In buy a pocketbook. and, gun fn birthday gift to a schoolfellow. interest to inveMic ate, Write to day. their Plucking up heart, tho child went Address, "People's" 3941 Market hand, joined In tho pursuit. It was a novel sight to sco tho in. Toys, pictures, books, all St., Philadelphia. soldiers half clad, some of thom seemed beyond her. Tears rose In "Oi V with only ono stocking on and tho the wanderer's oyos, and she thought Our rutthod of instruction by mail of dopartlng. A good spirit yot citizens In their nightcaps, racing ra-eeihove rod near. Tho girl saw a fiddle Is highly recommended by our pa.' the Indians over the hills. Soon sho drow forth trons Send lor testimonials am list All of Bennett's mulos which tho and bow. (if students. Indians had taken woro rccapturod, sweet music. By and by tho player' ol names nud addresses found rapt cars, and when the last It is Iree The American Business tho savages driven away, and tho notes died kindly voloee criod out: College, Omaha, Nrb. soldiers and citizens woro roturnlug "Play again, littlo ono." Monoy to their camp and homos, whon InNote Heads, Letter Heads, HOW to" telligence rcaehod Muj. Gordon that onough was gathered for a pretty Stntenif nt, Bill Heads, tho engaged in hauling pocketbook and a balanco loft to tako home. Tho violinist was Chrishay from tho moadows six mllos disPill a bottle or common water glass Circulars. Cards, Business tant, had boon attacked, and all tho tina Nilsson. In with urine and let it stand twenty-fou- r hor llfo story roads hours; a Everything Dodgers, mulos stolon. Vinitlng Caidt, sendiment ol settling indiTaking ten soldiers all that had llko an IdyJ by Wlllln or Tognor. cates diseased condition ol the kidHorse Bills, Born In the land of Jenny Llnd 63 neys. When Wedding Invitations, urine Mains linen it is arrived in camp the major sot out years slnoe, Christina Nllssou's ooaitive cvtdenceot kidney tiouble as rapidly as possible for tho Prescription "Wanks, Jack Bills. memories are of a humble and Too frequent desire to urinate or pain leaving word at the oamp for In in the luck, is nUo convincing proof open-ai- r joys pious home, and of Lieut. Stambaugh to follow him the pine woods adjacent. Tho that the x(dnc)s and bladder ore out with the rest of tho company and all youngest of a large family, she was of outer. first-clas- s tho citizens who would assist him. po WHAT TO often the companion of her father, a Stambaugh oame In almost ImmeThere la comf.irl hi the knowledge forester, who tolled from dawn to diately, and, learning what had sundown. To a mutleal genius llko so often expressed, that Dr Kilmer's Hoot, theirrent kidney remedy happened, set off at a sharp gallop his daughter, the sounds of naturo Swamp ev-rfor the bayfields, and rode so fast enrolling, the wind rustling fulfills back, wUli in relieving pain birds kidneys liver, bladder lie roaohed thero simultaneously symphonies In tho foliages, and tho in the nnd every part of the urinary pas with Maj. Oordon. undertone of the rlppliny streams sages It comets Inability to hold They found tho Indians all gone, awoke) responsive chords. She bescalding pain in passing it, taking their trail followed as gan to warble. In union with a urine and ? and or bad 1 (Tills lol.ouing use ol liquor, could, in tho hope of fiddler brother tho twain made the . fast as they T3L-3Tor htur. ni d overcomes that un wine overtaking them. long dark ovenlngs at home joyous pleasant necessity of being compelled A storm had been gathering all by strings and volco. Brother and to get up mai y tiuus during the the morning, and thoy had not gono sister grew adventurous. Thoy night to urlnnte The mild and the far when the storm broko with ter- stole to the fairs and performed. extraordinary cflectof Swamp Root is the riblo fury, oomplotely obliterating Not the 30,000 realized by Mmo. koou realized It ftanris ol higheet ull traces of the Iudlaus. Nilsson in America ovor gavo hor lor itn wonderful cures you the most distressing discs. If need a Mai. Gordon, finding It impossiblo The Republican ami the Louisville Commercial, . . .81.20 the dollght of the hum bio coins put medicinu jou should the to follow them further by tho trail, Into her mother's hand after return- Sold by 1tif?s:itts price have cents best .. 1,50 fifty " and anil se tout across tho hills, and had not ing from tho fairs. For a Mtiiple bottle and one dollar . 1.76 and gono far when he unexpectedly ran Christina Nllsson's voice, with 'all pamphlet, both sent Iree by mail, upon n party of somo CO savago 1.25 the freshness of a bird's, oxctted mention ThbIIautford Hhi'Uhmcan Rtnl Now York Trlbuuo " e warriors. strange interest among the crowd and send full address j 3 76 " and Louisvillo Daily Post. . . . Gonl'ii had only 10 men, but he of ploasursvsoekars. One day Bishop to In Kilmer 6c Co Uiuguamton. N. ont ' ordered a charge, and tho Thurnorhjelm hoard tho girl sing, Y, Tle proprietors of this paper at c ii dashed upon tho Indians. Tho g'Kxl mun stood thuud "Sho guaraulet. the gcuutnruess ol this of Tliothargo broke tho savored and must visit these Dlaces 110 ninrnl" ho 'sr Surrounding Dennott with thoir ponies, they drove him along, often striking him with their bows to Insult and humiliate him for a stroko from a bow among tho Indians Is equivalent to spitting in a whilo man's face. To his great joy, Bennett saw that tho Indians wero driving him directly toward tho soldiers' camp, of tho prosenco of which tho Indians know nothing. When thoy raised tho crest of tho hill, tho camp was in full view at Its foot, and scarcely COO yards off. Bennett, seeing tho astonlshmont bo done for General Directory. Good as his word, the clergy-in- . off his mouth, which knocked him in sought Ixith the girl's mother STATU OI'riCIAU. his horse. and fut hor, proposing plans for VSen rm take ITeod's rill. The bin. Governor William O. Bradley. which jfeMotJ their daughter's education. A lady lotted, ate net In pills, Howl's. tear you all to Maj. Gordon shot tho Indian dead V. J. Worth-iugtiiLieut. Oovornor pieces, Kaijr to take ItwIUi bewho flrod on Stambaugh, but just likewise Baroness Lenheusen then another ball from a pistol, in came practleully Interested In tho Becretarynf Bute Charles Flnloy. the hands of a savage, wounded scheme. Christina soon quitted Attorney Qenoral W. 8. Taylor. Voxlo and was placed under tutors SergL Brown, by tho side of Maj. ""udltor Samuol II. Stouo. for muslo and languages. Borwald, Gordon. Treasurer Goo. W. Long. and CttJr to operate, Is true The fall of Lieut. Stambaugh and the composer, went into raptures of Hood's nils, hlu are BHB S R s Commissioner ol Agriculture, Horover the girl's voice, proving ono of tip to date Iq ererr respect. M SergL Brown cheeked tl)o advanoo Statlstios nnd Lucas ticulture 1 her fastest and most enthusiastic Bale, errtaln and stire All of the soldUrs, and the Indians, BoMooro. oing rallied and friends. Then came long and la- - dragglits m. toCI Hood A Co.. towell. Mats. their sucoess, Superintendent Publio Instructlou-Gc- o borious application at Mmo. Colli-- I The only rills take with Hood's 8amparlUA. charged the soldiers. M. DavKon. " Tho fight now took plaoe over the net's academy at Paris, not long Reglslor Land OHloo Uhas. O. quitted by Trebolli and Mario Roza. g Reynold. bodies of the fallen, tho Indians LREVITIE8 OF F0N. lusurauco Bureau Gommlsalouer-- D, determined to oapturo and soalp Affer a lengthened novitiate, ChrisNilsson sang boforo Rossini and V. Comiugoro. them, and the soldiers resolved to tina Mothor "Dear mol tho 'baby was" an Moyerboer. Their verdict Adjutant General D. R Collier. die rather than glvo up tho bodlos has swallowed that ptcco of Slate Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown of thoir comrades into tho hands of augury of tho hlghost success. It worsted." Pother "That's nothled to tho Swedish girl's debut bo--1 the blood thirsty foe. ing to tho yarns sho'U haw to swal- Day. Tho wind blew a galo, and rain, foro a Parisian audience. It took low If sho llvos to grow up," BosItAIUtOAl) COSlMI86I0NIirt3. snow and slcot foil with blinding placo on her 21st birthday, In tho ton Transcript. Juo C. Wood, chairman; J. F. part of Violotta, tho horolno of "La force but faster foil tho strokes of "Tho mon thot makes tho mosht Dempsey, H. S. Irwin, Secretary tho battle. Tho hills woro shut out Traviato." Tho tldo of famo and speedily ndvanccd. Nor could nelao wit 'is worruk," remarked Mr, Samuei"F. Brown. from vlow by tho thlckonlng storm, Dolau, "ain't always tho wan thot's coKonrs'iONAU and tho horsomon could only sco that bo a matter of wonder. What givln' it tho bosht attention, auditory not born deaf to tho charm Senators Hon. William O. Lindtoeach othor whon qulo closo of musio could resist tho spoil of a Shnorln' niver, yet betokened a say, Hon. J. U. S. Blackburn. gether. sound shlnper." Washington Star. Fourth District For two hours tho conflict raged, volco at onco wondorfully swoot Woman of tho World (to youthHon. John W. 'Lewis tho savagos charging again and nnd fluont Impelled also by thought ful ndmlror) "You seem to know a pootia? BTATE IXOIStiATOnB. again, and the guns of tho soldiers so elevated and sentiment so rolo 27 great deal about married Ufa Aro Mrno. Nilsson repeated tho Senator Hon. A, D. James. flashing out death on thorn each you marriod?" Youthful Admirer times. Lloyd's Nows. j tlmo, as soon as tho outline of Reprecentatlve Ohio County Hun. their (with a blaso air) "No, but my O. M. Barnctt. approaching horsos could bo scon DSE8 0F0LD SHOES, father Is," Household Words. through tho slcot "My Tho Minister dear OHIO COUNTY. Tho flashes of their guns showed One 'of the Economies of the Indus-- 1 madam, lot this thought consoloyou COURT. CIRCUIT trial World. whero tho Indians woro on tho surHon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens-borOld shoes arc pot lost by any for your husband's death. Rememrounding hills, and the soldiers kept means. In this country they aro ber that other and better mon than up a lively flro at thoso firoUy Hon. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney dissected and subjected to a courso ho hovo gono tho same way." Beglimpses of their cnomios. of manipulations by which thoy aro reaved Widow "Thoy Tiavcntt all Owentboro. After six Indians had been killed gono, have thoy?" T. II. Black, Jailor -- Hartford. and two more soldlors wounded, tho converted into a kind of artificial "Doesn't your daughter danco?" O. B, Llkons, Clerk f Urtlonl. "Savagos retired, leaving their dead leather, whloh is mado to look very Inquired tho hostess. Tho lady B. D. Ringn, Master Commiminner wounded In tho hands of tho fine, and may bo elegantly ornaand Hartlnrd. mented. In Franco thoy go through addressed looked around at tho tall soldlors. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund At anaemic girl leaning against tho Tho ball that hit poor Stambaugh a less elaborate transformation. walL "Not unless sho Is asked," Hartford. hod ranged oomplotely through his tho military prison in Montpcllor P,il P Katsvin RliAritT Ifnrtfiinl...tho shoos, tho majority of which sho somewhat frigidly replied. head, killing him almost instantly; Denulies Samuel Keown Ilarlford Cleveland Plain Dealer. and Sorgt Brown's jaw was broken. come from Spain, aro ripped apart Joe Robert, Fnrtlvilli; Thn II. "Sumptuous?" repeated tho and tho nails aro drawn out Tho Tho two othor soldlors wero not parts aro softened in water, and aro legitimate actor, his oyos glistening Bishop, Conlorlown; S. T. Sleveu", hurt so badly ono of thom being with "Why, it was tho Cromwell. shot in tho log and tho othor In tho then cut up by a machine into roost enthusiasm.Shakespearean presumptuous Court convenes first Monday In vamps for children's or littlo girls side. Ono Indian warrior lay dead 1 over August and continucsthreo you will March Stambaugh, and a llttlo way off shoes. Tho solos aro likewise sentationmo, thoy saw. If had two weeks, and third Monday in May and aud actually utilized. Tho smallost pieces aro bollovo were threo more, cold and stiff. mako toes ghosts In 'namlot.' " Dotrolt Jour- November two weeks. It was nearly night when tho bat- used towore in the Louis XT,years nal. COUSTV COURT. which fashion a few tle ceased, and Maj. Gordon was 1G ago. JotnrP Morton. Judge Hartford. O'llara "Sho wa3 a good wlfo Pieces a llttlo larger and miles from his camp. Thcro wero D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. to mo, poor woman, Many's the no houses nor whlto people nearer thinner aro mado Into soles of E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. word of good advice mo." than Atlantic, and to that placo babies' shoes. Tho nails of iron are McGoogan "Thruo sho gavo an' Coutt convenes first Mnndav i' by means of a magnot for yez, soparatcd Maj. Gordon dotcrmtnod to go witheach month. Oi'vo out dolay. Taking tho body of Lieut from copper nails, and tho latter aro many's tho time Ol livedheard her qUARrEULY COURT. yez when in tho house sold for a higher price than the othStambaugh, ho carried It to a hill Begiii8 ou (he Ihird Momlav i" boyant, a mile up tho road." Loners. Tho managor of the prison repnear by and hid it in somo brush, January, April, July nnd Ootobrr covering It up as well as ho could resents that tho returns from this don Figaro. COURT OP CLAIMS manufacture nearly oqual tho cost of and removing all traces of his Convenes firnt Monday in January TRIUMPH OF S0IEN0E. tho old shoos. N. Y. Times. nnd Tuesday after the scond MdihIbj Cat of a Patient Whose Back Was in October George Sand's Lov Letters. Ho then set out on his return, Broken. carrying his woundod with him, and, UTflim COUNTY OFFICERS. George Sand's lovo letters stand A man walked out of tho Cincincontrary to his expectations, ho was printing bettor than most producG 8. Filzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur not again attacked or ovon followed tions of tho kind. In ono sho writes: nati city hospital rostorad to perfect Springs. N. (3. Daniel, Asaenor Cromwell by tho Indians. About ten o'clock "Adieu, I am almost Idiotic, but I health whoso llfo not a mouth before Z. fl.Sbultz, School Supt. Hartnt night ho reached Atlantic in shnlLrecovcr." Tho ponotration of was despaired of. Tho Individual to safoty, bringing in all his woundod. tho remark is admirable, and tho whom modern scienco gave a now lnrd. oxistenco L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur As soon as tho news of tho battlo hopeful spirit commondaulc. St. leaso uponbricklayor, was Edward Dorsoy, a wha fell from Springs. spread ovor tho country, tho miners Louis Globo Democrat. 'a scaffold a dlstanco of 33 foot C. R. Campbell, Poorlouse mounted their horses and camo The yak, or grunting ox of When picked up tho man was unKeeper, Hnrtford. from all directions to Maj. Gordon's justices' courts. . camp. Each ono carried a long Thibot, takes its name from tho conscious, and on his arrival at tho A. S. Aum, Maroh 3, June 1, Sep rifle, a bag of provisions, plonty of peculiar sound it omits whenjvor hospital It was discovered that ho ammunition, and all wero ready to excited or irritated. It has a tail had sustained a fracturp of tho spin- tember I, Decomber 1. ous process ot tho lowor dorsal JontB. W11.90N MaichG, June 5 go wherever thoir sorvicos woro re- like that of a horse. or, In other words, that his September 4. December 4. quired, and tight tho Indians. Till-Unrlli Rentlluir. 0. L. Woodward March 12, Tho hills were scoured and tho To advertise our College we will spinal cord was fractured about-th- o savagos seen In the distance, but give a thorough courseYf instiuctlon mlddlo of his bock. His advanced June 11, September 10, Decembrl0 Jas A. Bowho -- March 20 Juue age, Dorsoy being 44 years old, milithoy wero hurrying north, and in duuole and single entty tated against him, and his chancos 10, September 18, December 18. had no intention of fighting and Commercial Arithmetic for rccovory wero exceedingly slight. II. F. Graves -- March 2ft, June any moro just then. It was decided, howover, to mako 20, Spteraner2fl, December, 24 Lieut, Dinwiddle wont out with a by mail free ot charge to a limited This ccurse can on effort to savo his life, and for strong dotachment of cavalry to the number of persons No that purpose ho was encased in a ESP A AT IT ACira and lUtziriUTisM rollorod battlefield, found tho body of be completed in forty lessons. Itar Dr. Miles' Metre Masters. Lieut. Stambaugh undlsturbod, and charge for diplomis Address: The plaster of paris jackot. Tho process is exceedingly unique and Is pracbrought it in. Auietican Business College, Omaha, Your attention is direoteil to the ad tically a now method for this kind Lieut. Stambaugh livod in Ohio, Nebraska. vrttUement ol the American of fractures. It requires no particuand was the son of a widowed lar skill, as tho patient Is placed in College, Omaha. Neb .which appears Two I.Hi NhwiI. mother, who was dovotcdly attached They cflfer to give a a linen hammock and stripped per- in this Issue Mrs. Phoebe Thoinai, of Junction to him. Ho had boon in tho army fectly nude. A fine silk jacket, thorough courjei'l mtructiuii in busonly threo years when ho was killed, City, 111, was told by her doctors she but had been cngagod in several had Consmnp'ioii and that there was much on the stylo pf an undorshlrt, iness branches by mail Iree it charge is drawn over his bodyt After this lor tdvertisiUK purposes This is a Indian battles. no hope lor hr, tutlno bottles Di, a mixture of water and plaster of tare ch ince. The A. B C is one of His poor mother was almost heart- King s New DIcovey completely paris is spread ovor tho torso to tho the succesIuU)Usiness coDeRCS in the broken when sho heard of hor bravo cured Tho her r.rd the says it saved her thickness of several inches. end to take a course boy's doath, and wished his body is thon allowed to remain In Ui.itetl States, sent homo for burial, a roquost with lite. Mr. The. Hggeis, 139 Florida patient tho hammock until tho casing has with them means success. which Gon. Augor promptly com- St. Sjm Francisco, suffered from a becomo solidified, when tho ropes of d w3ru' rold, approaching Consumpplied. the hammock aro cut and bo is A fow months lator, when It was tion, ttied without result everything lowered to a cot on whoels, on which dotormlned by the government to else thtn beght one bottle of Dr. he is returned to the ward. In this build a fort near Atlantic, where K 3 s New Ditcovery ard in two plaster shirt ho Is allowed to reStambaugh foil, Gen. Augor ordored wtcks was ct cd. He is uplural V main for a week or moro, when the It to bo called after tho young officer; U'tukVi It is such results, oi wh ch cosjng Is chipped away. Dorsey and that Is how Fort Stambaugh was thus rigidly Imprisoned for got Its proscnt name. Golden I)ays. these are samp'e, that prove th wonder ul nfllcscy ol this medicine in nearly ten days and left tho hospital a well man. Cincinnati Enquirer. OHRISTINA MILBSON. Coughs and Colds. bottles but, " unhappily, scattered them, IJeut. Stambaugh received a ball In said, "something must her. No Gripe III I KIIC'S COMMERCIAL Sts, - COLLEGE . Ky. D Hood's MIURTIIANl) INSTITUTE S. E. Cor. 5ih and Market 353riLt3r4R3Q.oe thoiounh pructicol tmidlug In SHORT-HANAflotrtsihebwtfMiMieffbr urttl In TYPK WRITINO nnd DOOIC KKKI'IMO. Suces Pupils Melsttd to POSITIONS Twrnie modeiale THRHK MONTHS. 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