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Brary vxpprtant mother lias If alio to8 not The Haeteord Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE huh iii""iiii.ijiiiiiiniwwwwwiwiwi in "i i" """"" " m m id HMmmmmmiFv-mmmmcmmmsBWic- a ir ui iiawnperwmi i lii nflEi4 rt m "Nothiujrclsc like il; ' The motrt refreihuiP- - and plan S.I nt Snan fnt. fio cirtn Y iiMSpaV,.! rO?$TB CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. fttDiCATta "" VOL. IX. get ready for it, tliero is no tolling what may happen. Child-birtis full of uncertainties ii Naturo ii not given proper assistance h HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1897. i n Tmili Hi Own l.llo. peciut fiom Aiticn, Ind , says that on ThutNlfty nlplr I'rcsby D, Frenchj-o- f Point Pleawnt Ky., coma immtcrof mitted filicide He the Lord & Irtalnc Dramatic com- puiy. He wai nipping nt James Hayes' boarding house, and at 5:30 o'clock, when he left the lower part of the house and went to his rooms UMtalrs. Half an hour Inter a l shot was heard, and when his room wa entered he was found lying on the floor at the side of the bed. His body, the bed nnd the floor were covered with blood nnd by his bed was f 9 revolver with one chamber empty. A .Luilet hole tri the right temple showed that he had taken aim. The following letter was found in his room: Attica, Ind , May 5. To Whoever I may Cud.tfiU:. I shall take my own hfo today, because I have nothing to liveKwJjfcvery thing bns gone wrong wllh meTor years. There is soine-tlr'wrong with my brain. I can not study. My mind will not do its proper action. My mother's name is e Mrs. Lucinda French, and htr address is Point Pleasant, Ky, I should like for her to be notified. My trunk has all my clothes nnd wardrobe in it. I want it sent to my mother. God forgive me for what I am going to do. PRESLEY B FRENCH. Point Pleasant postoffice is In Ohio county. There are several families John Henry Thomas. ot French residing in that county, tor rlfty Centa. Guaranteed tobacco habit cure makea vealc some of them near Point Pleasant, men strong, blood pure. We, II. All druggists. but nobody in Owensboro, not even the relatives of the Ohio county Tho VHniUlnrlter. In our trade and agricultural ex- F.encbes, knows Presley French or changes we note some discussion con- Mis, Lucinda French. Messenger. cerning the merits of the Pneumatic Ulint Itn Inherit We believe the or Witjfl slacker. We are not to blame for. We cannot fanners of lonuson county, situated be held lesponsible for the disposias they are, in one of the best agritions and tendencies which we drive cultural regions in the world, are to from our ancestors, nor are we te judg-me- ut be leliclated for their excellent sponsible for the germs of disease in adopting improved methods which may manifest themselves iu in farming without being governed our blood as a heritage from former by prejudice or hearsay. To the generations. Out we are responsible farmers of Johnson county, who have if we allow these germs to develop been familiar with the Wind stacker into serious diseases which will im in 1891, Since its introduction pair our usefulness and destroy our discussions at that time concerning We are responsible if we happiness. the merits of the iud stacker must transmit to our decendants the disease When Jthey know that be amusing. germs which it is possible for us to they have straw stacks that have eradicate by the use of Hood's Sarsas stood three, four and five years with parilla, the one true blood purifier. bright and clean a few inchthe straw This medicine has powerto make rich, es below the surface, they certainly red blood and establish perfect health cannot help wondering why the Wind in place of disease. stacker could any vjhere be condemnKfntnckjr DeinocritMt. ed Vcausc the straw would not keep. There is no hope of TJemocratic The geographical position of thecoun-ty- , the whole of which lies within 40 unity in Kentucky. The Louisville miles of the capital City ol the State, Post has been making some strong makes it readily accessible to the appeals for the party factions to get agents of all the agricultural Imple- together, but these appeals have For that reas- in vain. The breach appears lo be ment manufacturers. on, this county Is particularly favored wider now than ever. This fact was in haviug the fust opportunity to re- made manifest at the free silver powceive and judge of new inventions. wow in Frankfort last night when Joe Blackburn made a speech We suppose the contest by agents for sales of machinery ure as keen here denouncing the gold Demociats with as they could possibly be ahywhere. characteristic coarseness and pitching If, therefore, there should be any his campaign to succeed Senator weaknesses or defects in a machine, Lindsay tn loo. Such a campaign the agents ol competing machinery must necessarilly mean war to the would be swift to dhcover them and kuife between the gold and silver The Democrat, the antagonism between point them out to the buyers. reatcr is, that a thrcsherman in this th" two factious booming fact tend county without a Wind stacks than that b:t ween either! u er, has very little to do, and none ol the Republicans. man, Senator Lindsay Is an them thinksof bujlug ajiew machine and without it Farmers will no longer much the superior, ment On an endure the disagreeable and arduous morally, of Joe Blackburu in stacking straw, nor issue of personal merits he ought to can they secure bands in a busy seoss leave Blackburn in the lurch, but if The manufact- the fig'at continues the strong probon to tlo such work. ure of a thrcslng machine iu this day ability is that both will be defcattd But 1000 istbrve which Is not adapted to work In con- by a Republican 1 nection with the Wind stacker, has years away, and no man can tell what no sale for his goods in this county, so long a period in politics: may bring Nashvitle Banner.. and we are surprised that farmers or forth. threshenucn "in any locality would The Ideal I'nnncra. think of using old time methods or James L. Francis, Alderman, Chimachinery not adapted tor the beet cago, says: "I regard Dr. King's use of progressive improvements. New Discovery as an Ideal Panacea Franklin (Ind ) Democrat. for Coughs, Colds and Lung Corn plaints, having used It In my family for the last five j ears, t6 the exclusion of physician's prescriptions or A NO. 42. THOMAS JEFFERSON. Original Demonetization of SUvor Effootod by Jefferson's Ordor. Olipo.eil lo lie lihenp Moner nnd llopuillutlna ot Debte llelleTed That Colnnue Hullo Should Slick C'loae lo the MarDae of llnlh eil ket lelnl,nnt Showed nSlodernle Preference for Hold Could Nol 11m yn Blood on the Chlcnao Platform. Vn JUTANEOUa fHDrAKntrne rtm thi tOlttT HUKSr.RV.$BATH f la tlio best help yoircnn uso at this timo. It is a liniment, and when regularly Bovcral monllia boforo baby comes, It makes tlio ad rent easy and nearly painless. It relieves and provents " morning sickness," relaxes tlio overstrained muscles, relieves tho dUtendod feeling, short- f a ens labor, makes recovery rapid and certain without any dangerous Mother's friend is good for only ono purpose, vtr.i to relievo motherhood of danger and pain. SI dollar Mr bottle nt nil drug stores, or sent after-effec- by mail "'O rtce Iplof price. Fun Uoaus, containing valuable Information lor worn, will bo rent to any address upon application to Till! BRADFlELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta, (la. W.htston, I), o,. for th.lr S1.RM priio aua Uit ct mo bundrad Intentions wanted. oOtr Mrs. thick Wanted-- An of sortie simple Idea Who canpmirDir luiog w W.WWAW.'!r,.T!K.kl!J!!".''! merchant's ..jft -- Sil 1 j Cure Constipation ForeTo. 'XSUhM j ret a an lv it trite loo or 25a If CC Ufitii locun tlrm si (uuap)ouy r gAUt CavetU, tfid Trede-MArenttHtMantcxwaBaeaiDr ana w ran iwicdku km uanuua ukw remote iroca wuunrioa. Send moieL drawiu or tvhot- a- jr.i.h ileseritv? J ttott. . V adrUe. If nienuU or . not. frea oft .r jCBVf. JVT ice not dirt uu ptiroi u Ktoreo.With?i A PAMrHlCTHoWtoUbtaJArtCSU, ' WIt ol wuat In tht U. b, anJ foreign Moderatk rcrt. OuMOrrietiaOpMaiTcU.8. Pkittti Ornctt obulned and all Pit--J Mr a. ;: MQt UT8 AOOrMH. iutunf C.A.SNOW&CO. Office. Whinqton. d. c. Orr. PATrnr AVVVA1VVVVVVWAWAM JUSTIN 531 HOTEL F. 0. AUSTIN, M'g'r.. West Market Stroot Be twnon 5th and Oth, Louisville, Ky. f K. I. IJAKHR AND - T. O, BAKBR. Louisville Dental Co.. ,j) OWESBORO,KY. $ 5 to $7 Gold Crowns 1'ntcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Meet set o) teeth (no better made no matter how much you pay) . $8 flold fillings $1 up Silver filling 75c Itxtntctlng, pei tooth 35c Painless extracting with Vitalized 4W.lflfrt. Hxtnxctlng iree when Artificial Teeih are ordered. Office permanently located Air 50c sigh; he was evidently deeply movHis face, for ed by the narrative. few moments, wote nil expression of inotning in April, '6j, the deep meditation, then his eyes flashGunboat, Tenor, dropp- ed beams of light and he turned his ed down to a government tnooryutd smiling face toward me and said: "Wait a fef days and let me send just above Shrevespoit to replenish her stock of iuel. When within about the mcsagc myself." Seeing In his another case where five hundred yards oi the woodyard a company ol Confederate soldiers com Jtruth Is stronger than fiction," I manded by Lieutenant Kstil Marlow readily grante I the request That night the Terror was ordered opened fire upon the Terror, using the long ricks of wook for breastwork. to steam down the river and much The Terror immediately opened n to my regret Lieutenant Marlow was leadon fire and her heavy guns tore transferred from the boat to a farm house mar by, and I saw no more of the cord wood Into kindling. Steaming slowly past the woodyard the brave Lleulenant duiing the War, the Terror poured a terrible broadside though I nfterwardi learned that he into it that carried death and terror had recoverd from hl9 wound and was Into the enemy's entrenchment, and again nt the head of his command. In the summer of 1865 I found my sent the few surviving Confederates self In New Orleans. Referring to an I occupied the flying in disorder. position as Quaitcrmastcr's clerk and old memorandum for the location of tonot concerned with the loading of the the Marlow residence, I hastened Approaching No. ward that point. fuel, and being an interested student verof Geology I went prospecting around 613 St. Ann Street, I observed a itable mansion, Mtrrounded by that wood-yar- d a cllft some distance above the while the Terror took on her good taste and n lavish expenditure Undeavor The Terror had whistled all of money could supply. fuel aboard and as 'I strode rapidly down ing to put on an air of respectability commensurate with the aristocratic 0 ravine I came upon a Federal LIcUs tenant prostrate on the ground in a mansion, I rang the door bell. An gore ol blood. He was n young man elderly lady whose apparel and apHis face was pearance was in keeping with the exnot more than 26 round and smoothly shaven, and his terior of the mansion answered my flashing black eyes indicated a bold, call. I concluded at once that the lady before me was the mother of though reckless courage. I had "For God's sake help me up," he Lieutenant Marlow, to whom unfor-- . written two years before of the said, offering me his hand. "Are you seriously wounded?"' I tuuate accident to lur son. "I seek nn interview with Mis. asked. "It is a flesh wound in my shoul- Marlow; have I the honor of addressder," he replied, "but I am bleeding ing that lady?" Mrs Marlow merely nodded an affirmative, and asked rath to death " 'I would scorn to take you prison' er coldly: "May I ask sir, to what er, wnnnded as you are," I said, "but I am indebted for the honor of this it you will go with roc to the boat our call?" "My dear madam, n little more surgeon will exhaust hi3 skill in treatthan two years ago I had the pleasure ment of your wound " "I will go," thcUeutenant replied, ol meeting jour very admirable son, ' for I bear no malace toward Federal Lieutenant Marlow, under peculiar soldiers. I recognize this as a coui circumstances, and happened to visit his native city, I felt Inclined to call filet ol principles and not of individand enquire whether or not he had uals." I confess I had hitherto looked up- shared the fate of war," on Confederate soldiers with a 'eellng "My son, the Lieutenant, is living, not akin to charity, but the magnasir," said Mrs. Marlow, without nimity of the young Lieutenant, drove by my name which l had such feelings Irora my breast and I just given her, and continued: "Be embraced him as a brother. yond this I shall not oblige you with "My name." said he, as we ap- information concerning him until proached the boat, "Is Kstil Harlow, you establish a better claim to such and as you will observe by my uni- information." form, I am a Lieutenant in the Con "My dear madam, I once found I shall probably not your son wounded and in great dan federate army. survive this wound and I want you gcr of death from loss of blood and write my mother at No 613, St. Ann took him, not as a prisoner, but as a Street, New Orleans, aud tell her the patient to nurse back to life, and at story of this day." his direction, I wrote you of tht: " I mentally made a note of tha ad"That will do," Mrs. Marlow interdress and hunidly assisted him aboard rupted, "1 have that letter now and the boat and laid him on my cot and It will ever be an invitation to you to sent for the boat's surgeon. The surs make my house your home," and geon was busy attending to some ol v5rmly graspiug my hand she led our own men who had been wounded me toward the door, profusely thankwhile standing upon the deck by the ing inc for the services I had done unexpected fire. The blood was still her son. gushing from the Lieutenant's "Out you havn't told me about the wounds, in torrent, and I brought a from my gilp, prob- Lieutenant jet," I insisted, when we silk handkerchief ed a corner ot it into the wound and had reached the ball. "I have a very pretty story to tell placed a piece ol ice over it, and in a tew minutes the flow of blood ceased you about Bstii that you will find exand the pale and exhausted Lieuten- tremely interesting I thiuk, but you ant fell into a quiet and peaceful must meet Amelia first " I found Amelia an extremely bright slumber, and interesting young lady of eighI immediately wrote the Confederate's mother that her son had been teen aud she greeted me with scarce, wounded, but I hoped, not mortally, ly less feeling than her mother, when while engaging the fire of n Federal she had heard the story of her brothgujboat. After giving details ot the er's rescue. As soou as I could do to incident I assured her that Iv 'would civially 1 pressed my inquiry about THE BLOODY HANDKERCHIEF. One treasure that Itstit would not exchange forn ton of gottl." I looked wllh d'soh el hallowed reverence uoti a simple handkers chief that had exerted more Influence Upon the affairs of man than many I turned toward n glittering sword. Amelia aud ruled hef if the war was to be fought over again if she would send a bandage bysonic friend to bind some Federal soldier's wounds. She was evidently mentally reviewing the history of the handkerchief upon the table and simply answered "yes." "Then I would welcome n wound in thejircsence ol thntfrleud," I said, "Don't mention the cruel wounds ofwai," she answered sweetly, but there was n light In her eyes that told the old story that the fates decree affinity between human souls. When the bridal carrijge.rattled up to the gate oi the Marlow mansion a host oi friends were at the gait to greet them, but I hope my egotism may be pardoned when I say that tor some moments I monopolized the attention of Llentenant Marlow and his beautiful bride. Upon catering the reception room Lieutenant Marlow called his wlfe'a attention to the medium of their union. Alice took up the handkerchief and mingled her tears with the bloodstains which could never be entirely eraced. . A few months later Lieutenant Marlow and wife accompanied' Amelia and myself on ourbridaltour of the North. fs I It lasts twice as long- as others. - Ht All Time A trial will convince you of Its great mrlt. Will please tha most fssUdious. Itnllo-rnvor- Mfr.ol CHARLES F.MILLER, FRENCH MILLED TOILBT SOAPS AND PERFUMERY, " BSTAHLI8HBD, 180. VT-.-' plr-to- Lancaster, Pcnn. lyl-if- -- ng post-offic- gold and silver la a rnercantlle problem altogether. Juat prlnclplea will lead ua to disregard legal proportions altogether, to Inquire Into tha market price ot gold In the eeveral countrlea with which we jahall principally be conneoted In commerce and to take an average from them." Thomas Jefferson wan a patriot and ft statesman of the highest order. It Is proper for all true democrats to celebrate his blrthduy April 13, and to commemorate his many excellent qualities) but why should tlfose who voted In 1800 to repudiate debts and (o cheapen our dollar by attempting lo fix an artificial ratio between gold und silver widely different from the market ratio meet to honor, or dishonorJefferson's ruimo?- - Is there anything Iu hln writing or his conduct to Indicate thai he would have been a cheap money or repudiation democrat? In 1783 Mr. Jefferson wrote: "Tho proportion between the value ot RvFES8l(WAl. OAHl). 0"a,ra.es ftTTBEIY (T AW IIAItTFOItll, KY. Will prnctico his nroicssiou in Ofilo and adjoining counties, nutl court oi Appeals. Special nttcntion given t collections. Office oast side of puMft square. M. L. Hraviun. HEAVRIN & Shhlby Taylor. attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. " TAM, Does this sound like the silver plank Perry Wester-field-, In the Chicago platform? In a letter to Mr. Hamilton In February, 1702, Mr. Jefferson expressed his Bkavkr Dam, Ky. opposition to cheapening tho dolor reducing Uie monetary unit He R. H. WEDDING lar , sold of the dollar: very much doubt a right now to change "I the value, and especially to lessen It. It Hartford, Ky. would lead to so easy a mode ot paying oft Will practico his profession In all Should It be thought, their debts. however, that congress may reduce the tho courts of Ohio and adjoining value ot tho dollar, I ahould be tor adoptcounties. Also Notary Public. . ing tor our unit, Instead ot the dollar, wince, in commercial Hotel. either one ounce ot pure silver or one ounce of standard silver, so as to keep the unit ot money a part ot the system ot Attorney at Law ... Attorney at Law, measures, weights and coins." -- b-- eu I "To appoint also proper persons to Inquire what are the proportions between the values ot line gold and flna silver at the markets at the several countrlea with which we are or may probably be connected In commerce, and what would be a proper proportion here, having regard to the average of their values at those markets and to other circumstances, and to report the same to the committee, by them lo be laid before congress." Tho original "demonetization of silver" was effected by the following order from Thomas Jefferson: "Department of State, May i, 1808. Sir: In consequence of a representation from the directors ot the Bank of the United States that conslderablo purchases have been made of dollars coined at the mint for the purpose ot exporting them, and as It la probable further purchases and exportation- will be made, the president (Thomas Jefferson) directs that all silver to bo coined at the mint shall be of small denominations, so that the value ot tho largesfploce shall not exceed half a dollar. "JAMES MADISON. "ItODERT PATTERSON, Esq, Director ot the Mint," Except 1,000 pieces, no more Bilver dollars were coined till after Andrew Jackson retired from the presidency. It is clear from Jefferson's writings that he favored the use of both metals, but only at their natural ratio in tho world's markets. Ho teems to' have had an instinctive fear that people who wished an "easy mode of paying oft their debts" would attempt to fix our coinage system independent of the world's markets. His policy at all times was to stick closo to the natural ratio. His desire to ascertain the market ratio between gold and silver and adopt that as the legal ratio is shown again in his supplemental notes, Works, edition of 1853, volume 1, page 170, written In 1783 or 1781, when, he suggests that the committee of the states be instructed: Attorney Will practico his profession in all lb courtB of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will bo given lo a business entrusted to bis care. Col lectionB a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bapk. Also Notary Public. HARTFORD, atKY.Law,. 3E5. ' Attorney at jC&w, HARTFORD, Will practice his profession in the Courts ot Ohio aud adjoining conn ties. Special attention given to col lections. Office in Courthouse: 3E . (Omnty Attorney) j, rg-EfuSLX- KY. Attorney at Lavs HARTFORD, KY. also Notary Public lor Ohio Gounty. Office North sido of public square. given SPECIAL attention abstracts,to making &c, JNO. .B. WILSON7, . Attorney at Iaw Hautfoud, Ky. Will practice his profession in all iho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. R. E. LEESIMMEBMAN, O.B. VIOKEBS Attorney at Lav, I ! y 1 1 labor-require- d Wanted-- An war trtng you uealth ProUet your IdMij CO., PUut Attoi WrtU JQilU WkUDEKbUnN Wautalniton. ! their mj.1UI vt two trauma iaTntlout $I.9uu prtitt oOcr a&tl woutnl. tbr Idea ffigg RD give him my personal attentiou till he should be able to be removed to the hospital. It was nearly on hour later before the surgeon found time to dress the wound ot tUe young Lieutenant After the Surgeon hid completed his work Lieutenant Marlow called me to his cot and motioned me to sit down on the side or the cot which I did. ' 'I want to express my unbounded gratitude to you for your magnifioent conduct toward me, ' he said and in a weak, though pathetic, voice he continued: "A soldier who fights lor principles which his ouaacicace ap proves and yet can lend it brother's hand to a wounded foe, as you hive doue this day, is fit lo tlht the b its the Lieutenant. "Well." began Mrs. Marlow, her eyes spaikllng merrily, "at 4 o'clock this afternoon LieuntenatMatlow will arrive with his bride fcoju the North and I dare ray will be extremely happy to find you here.'' "At what point iu the not th does the toitunate young lady live?'' I ventured to Inquire. "Would you like to see how beaus tiful she is before she arrives?" Mrs. Marlow asked without replying to iny Inquiry aud she handed me a pliotot graph of the lady in question. At a glance I ricognind. the (ace of Alice Cameron That I should have bem the medium through which the noble young Lteuteaautamlthe beau- Jefferbon framed and had passed by the Virginia assembly a law by which the value of the paper money of America was settled "In sterling money or the lawful money of England." If Jefferson had been compelled to choose between the two metals, he would undoubtedly have taken gold. In his "Notes" he observed that tho high price which Spain paid for gold had oi tendency to draw away gold and to leave us only silver. He thought, therefore, that "We might with safety lean to a proportion somewhat above par for gold." Free silver democrats are not Jefferson democrats. They should either abandon their false doctrines or worship at another shrine. 'J - HllRTFOftD, , I I Will practico and adjoining tention given lo his care. building. KY., his profession iu Ohio counties. Special at-- i to all business entrusted Office in Rki'Uuugan ! j Attorney at law HATfTirnnn AHMISTEAD JONES. trv ' Will practice in all tho Courts of Ohio aud adjoining counties. Special at- Ofli oe icuuuu ivuii iu uujieviiuijs. with County Attorney. rV.jil Photographer Taylor will make Photographs lor a short time at Cat-Inet Kepublicnn Tho and the St. Louis Semi-weekl- y Globe-Democrat $1.50 per dozen and will be fuuud ev ery Monday at his Photo Car in Hartford. 39 tf one year for $1.75. 1 WAHT every map anil woman In the TTnltM Stales Interested In tbe Opium and Whisky habits to bsro one ot uit books on these diseases. Address It. M. woolley, Atlanta, Ua., Uoi S3, and ono will be leut joa free. ifonui!. ties oljehovdh hiuuelf." TASTELESS TON 18 IhI 11 1 ilWMfiB These were words of a hero ol lion-- , or, and a feeling akin to reverence lor the young Lieutenant stole over me. I laid my hand upon hU breast und begged him to regard my little berv-ic- e as but a duty every mortal owed his leliow beings. would like," said he, pointing carry to the gory handkerchief, that home, if I every reach home, as a lucmtnto 01 this day, for your time ly itbe of it has doubtless saved my Q4HTU ILU..IIOT 10.1U3. PartiIedleloaOo.. uuu.Uo. n.di.mou! wa .old luk Tear, GnO Ibottlaa ot niUJVIfS TA3TKI.1WS C1IIIX 16.NI0 and IVAT. lui.Bht ihrtt ukm. alHdv Ihl. vr.r lrt all nur as lo tha drua bn.inwi, bM pentweo of 11 H91T aold an article that gave aucu utdrernal aatu vountrulr, lauign M jour Tool WARRANTED. PRIClSBOcts. JU8TA8COOD FOR ADULTS. Auxav.rauu l'or sple by Williams & Hell r. A Co. currBWiisina 5tUlitllUli,TSiS hMrTl I aWU:Wyfi 11 : r.D izi-w-?- Hi nfh emia Biu- r- uroiHiijjs5ix'av,iif:f WW iw?ii:niuiira. ?r Mil jniniTtTrjriTrrwTTiE"' Imuran W3M; K'lflMi-' UlilDBtlJ -- stoiwcsn e.va MiVTk.vtiTtrbkiMm'Miei SWn (l WlUHUi. 1 V ihi taii .n,n,0 rir.fi, T)'i p. n.. L.... tu "Ti'&jai,Tr,2,r.i"1T. ." e;l.'i nu . "" UW nlllBia U UHHKlwaU iizuvnui'in'Ji vuimta. rlf!lirjrffCW."llliOTtlt Trii riMKWStofcAfaaayl-sSgaljfla- i nrv itl 1 1 ...' tiful and accomplished Miss Cameron were united iu a holy union was a pleasure more sublime than any I had ever enjoyed belore. For an hour Mrs. Mario rv and Amelia piled me with inquiries about the Lieutenant's bride aud I vas happy to be able to portray the youug lady in the most lavorable nuinner. Much as I appreciated the mother-lik- e reception Mrs. Mallow gave me, I was really glad when she excused herself to supeiiuteud the preparation ol bridal party. Lelt uloue with ale " It shall ho your property," I an- Amelia I inquired about the courtship swered, "but there is a storycouuects of her brother hnd Alias Camarou. "I believe you granted him the ed with It that you tuut hear " "Go on," he said, with evidout privilege, of nottlying Miss Cameron ol the office ot the haudjuttchiet " I inxiaiy. I continued: "A Jttnr and a half ago late one assented and she continued: "Ksttl Sunday altetnoon while I was taking wrote Miss Cameron that the she gave you had fulfilled leave oi father's family at Canneltou, the mission for which she had sunt it belore starting for the of the United States to the field and out of the incident grew a correspondence which resulted Navy, Alice CUmeioa, liom a neigh boring town across the Ohio, who luthwuuionv was visiting our family, gave me that "And where is the handkerchief hanlkercbief und laughingly tula me now? I askwl of oine Con 10 bind up the woun-- l Amelia led tin way to the parlor, It derate soldier, and now I have kept the piomiac aud will write to her lo ralurved lor thertcepliouof the bridal party, and pointing to a table in the tuorrow ot tl'U incident " Lieutenant Marlow'a breast heavd center of the room ai 1 ' There lien a TYOMEN used w to think "female diseases " could only be treated after "1c-c- al examina- other preparations." Rev John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa, write.: "I have bten a Minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church for 50 pears or more, and have never found anything so beneficial, or that gave me such speedy lelief as Dr. Kiig'a New Discovery." Try this Ideal Cough Remedy now. Trial Bottles Free at Williams & Bell's Drug Stote. war-clo- Beware Of Mercury! 'I KU taken In the privacy of a woman's own home Insures quick relief and speedy cure. Women need not hesitate now. Wine of Cardul requires no humiliating examinations for iu adoption It cures any disease that cornea underthe head disordered ol "female troubles' menses, falling of the womb, "whites," change of life. It makes women beautiful by making them well. It keeps them young by keeping them healthy. $1.00 at' the drug stare. For adrloa In oasei raaulrlac tcaoUI dlractkwa, addr.u rotaf armptomt. Ladles' Adlnf WpartsjIBt." III. Th. Ctunoora M.Jicln. Co.. CtutU- aoegt, Tfnn. W.I.ADDIS0H.M.D .CarY,sllM.1Hjl! 'I uie Wine of Cardul aitanilvaly In preparation fur ftmaU troublM. ' tions" by physicians. Dread of such treatment kept thousands of modest women silent about their suffering. Theln- Of trnilllfttlfin Wine of Cardul has now demonof all the strated that nine-tentcases of menstrual disorders do not require a physician's attention at all. Tho simple, pure hapd-ktrch- uf In-.- , ou mynraUsandnndliamolMMIlool Mr. Henry Roth, of 1848 South 9th Street, St. fcouis, was given the usual mercurial treatment for contagious blood poison. Uc was twice pronounced cured, but the disease returned each time, he was seized with rheumatic pains, and red lumps and sores cov- crcu Ilia uuu;, "I was In a horhangs low The Uaster rible fix" he over Albiuia, Montenegro, aud Serv-lsays, "and tho more treatPeople are studying the map of ment I receivthat section of the world. The htro ed, the worse I of "The Captain ol the Jamz tries," ceined to get. A New York hailed on its publication by the Harspecialist said pers as "one of the strongest and he could cure me, but his most fascinating novels of the last v jBtftr, i jv treatment did qinrter ol a century," performed hi me no good "xT'Vii;,f exploits in that region. Hii hnttles whatever. I was stiff and full of were along the very lines of the Greek pains, my left arm was useless so even the to enrlavr "Fcanderbeg" was the that I was unable was do condition my tighteat work. This he-and leader of the verysottof when I began to take ti. S. B., and a raeu who are to dayemulatingbisdash few bottles convinced me that I was being benefitted. I continued the am' courage. His story is stilt the medicine, and one dozen bottles cured talk about the camp fires south ol the me sound and well. My system was effects of mercury, and I Balkan!. The book is full ot accu under the would soon have been a complete rate folk lore nnd well studied topog wreck but for B, 8. 8." S. 8. S., (ffuaranfeed purtly vtgttabU) raphy. is tne oniy cure for real blood diseasesThe mercurial treatment ThricG-a-weo- k of the doctors does more harm than good. Beware of mercury I Books on the disease and its treatment mailed free to any addrew by Ji)l.G5 bwift BpetlUo Co., Atlanta, Ua. a I.oillaMllr.IIrml eraon A SI l.iiiila Ilnll. ii Co I I Jnnul. No, 4J. No. 41. daily daily West bourd L Louisville . '. 7 55 m 6 jo p m Ii Biandenbutg . . 9 7 55 Irvington LStephenport L, . U Cloverport L, I, Hawesville . . . . 9 4.9 10 23 10 47 ii 13 Owensboro . Ar Henderson . II 12 820 858 fi 1S 9 44 48 t IS UP 11110 a 11 55 Bast bound L Hennttron I, Owetivboro No. 42 . . . . dally . . 7 20 . h L, HawMville . I, Cloverport . .8s 95 9 50 m a 55 3 55 4 53 No. 44- dnlly p 111 h Stepbenpott Irvlugton L Brandonbutg Ar Louisville . . 10 . . io 51 . 11 18 . it 111 616 57 5 35 1245P IIA 6 39 8 00 TIME TAIII.E I. It. II. IIKAIKH KY. OOINO KAST. Local Freight No. 392 a 6 00 a. m. No. 222 a 1 02 p. in. Mall No. 202 a 7 25 p. tu. Fast Mall aoivo west. No. 201 a 7 17 a m. No. 221 a 12 25 p iu. Mall Local Fielght No. 291 03 25 p ut. H. Merrick, Agt. Fast Ma(I Tlro Republican World aud X Y. for sss The and Republican tlio Courier-Journfor ono year al por your. r $1.50. OTG9IH9SPP PIIUBU1M . a.-- .; Tim EIS mpmnpiinii, t uiipnni. 11 mtmt , r Doha Hull Mllvrr. hlil IiJ Tnrlll Psnwcnit aodj .Republicans to take crop compared w th en average year Attorney, held May 1, 1807, there Yoil May 10 A dispatch to The Republican patty has promised if 75. The close of April barely found were present J Y Drown, chairman measures to protect themselves. FRIDAY, MAY 14, 1897. the crop sown and the condition, and member for the Second legisla- to place a higher dnty 011 inports In the lleuld jui Wftfthlngton The Republican candidates aro estive district of Daviess eounty: C. A. foreign than in American veuels, o Tin Pemvi.iii government will pecially in danger. The fact that they therefore, is not vety apparent. Offlco on Fox Stroot. Probably , rt smaller per Payne, of the tlrst legislative district as to give American vetwels the cars tin- coinage ol silver nflt-- May 10 nnd Wnd and Morlt MalnUlna tlieconndenoo Cokn have been nominated, and are tho Kililnynt llnrlluril, Kjr, cent, ot the corn crop Vas plentw ol Daviess countyt W. W. Taber, of rylng ol such goods. To do this the will not permit the imputation of ol tliieoplelnJIood'Barparlll. It InoiidI choice of their party, will direct Pirstoit, of modioli! eure you when Kick If It make Hancock oountyt Ri-y.prior to May 1st than ever before. tlolbrook.of TaHfTnitist be nincmled, provision lor any silver coin. Director SAM A. ANDBHSON .Editor. Democratic nttenliou to them particeverywhere, then beyond The acreage for 1807 it estimated Ohio county, mid W. 0 Hlgdon, of which has not been made In the pond the Untied Stitea Mint, was officially wmidortul curt medlolnepoMence merit. ularly. allqneatlon that yoar already To be sure tho Democrats havo at S5 per cent, ol acreage of 189C, McLean county (oy proxy ) The ing bill. It can be, nnd it ought to advised to this effect yet Unlay. Subscription, $1.25 por mado out their ticket, but that silver The drcrre provide winch would inula-- the number of vote nf the MVrntl counties were he, done now. But it has been lugs nt Hnrtfonl that stands for nothing. Hntered at tbe Tho bows acre tlmt will be suspended and that planted this yonr, counted and compared and the result gested that this be deterred until the cotnafte shall I as second cIbbs mail matter. may oonoludo to havo some of the 3,101.322, bated on the number ol showed that W. T. Owen received for regular seMton of Congress. II it is, thf mint shall cease tu tecelve silver Dcmocratio nominees walk the gang acres repotted by assessors in 1896. Silver soIm, the I'etuviam Circuit Judge 3,841 votes; Itti II, and au attempt should then be mmli-t- o bul'iou dollar, worth ab nit 93 eenta iu Amerplank, and substitute- soino Rcpub That i Juit the truth about Hood's amend the TarM. it would be Tohacco The condition ol plant Brown for Circuit Judge a 003 votes: Wo know It ttoaaeaam murit licau oandidato in their places in or- beds averaged 70. A short acreage is J. It. Rowe for Commonwealth's At- - lhrollle-1- . Opposition would not be ican money, cuuveilcil Into bulllc tl became It curea, not onco or twice or der to get voted. Tho Democratio still indicated. torney, received 3 19 1 vote; It K. against the disturbance of the Tniift". for expoit, Iih11 not lc brought back hundred times, but In thousand! and thouaanda of ease. Wo know It enrw, ticket in this county is nottobomado Clovbr and PasTuri's. The con Kelly for Commonwealth's Attoincy, A'year from now the new Tariff except as bullion. tMOlutrly, permanently, when all All imoitatiniis ol any silver coin fall to do any Rood whatever. We other repeat up with an oyo to principle, or in dltion of clover is 88, and for pastures received 2,47a rotes, and Joe Haycrnft wilt be in smooth running order, conalter May 10 shall be made exclusivefor Commonwealth's, Attorney refidence will have returned, business keeping with regular politics; it is to tbe condition is 90. revived and prosperity restored to ly at the pott of Callao, and shall be bo mado with tho sole view of catch Live Stock. The condition of live ceived 455 votes. II then an delivered to the mint by the customs W. T. Owen te Itappearalng that remains generally good. everj thing but shipping Cattle and ing votors "goin and corain'." officer, to be mrited into bars and to Republicans thcreforo bo on sheep are in excellent demand at full celved n majority of 1,838 votes for attempt it made to adopt the discrim-inatir- g Let REPULIOAN TIOKET. duty policy we shall be told be returned to the owners Travelers prices. Hogs are plentiful, notwith- Circuit Judge he was declared the the alert lest some of their candidates entering Peru shai! not be allowed to be captured and be forced to enduro standing the general prevalence of nominee of the Democratic patty for that It will mean the reopening of the PerEloctlon Nov. 2, 1807. la the beat InfattlhaOneTruelllooitl'urHlrr. Cholera, which seems to have come that office, and it appearing that J B. Tariff question, that it will create dis- bring more than 50 sole well in tho torture of seeing their namo unSilver coin sent from confidence, disturb uvian money Rowe received a pluralltvof 722 votes trust, unsettle eiir uutea, Indlf esUon. .. to stay in many localities. der tho Roister in November. County Judge, Jos. A. Park. place to place iu Peru shall be accomnoOU S PHIS bUloiuneu. .pseants. an Attorney, he business nnd revive the It is gratifying to notean improved for Commonwealth's M. S. England. County Clork, panied bynninvolee showing It has conditions. demand for horses altera long season was declared the nominee of the DemAS TO FUSION. Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, Trniirairfi I'riilriinlnl. not hren imjMited, and that the CusThe pending TatlfTblll Is a RepubGood horses are now ocratic party for that office. of.deprcsslon. County Attorney, M. L. Ilcavrin. It is true that Republicans in othTickets will be on sale at the lican measure. The readoption of the tom house lias authorized the Imporin brisk demand and selling at a SherifT, 8. T. Stevens. er counties of this State have, at vadates and conditions! Ilnrllortl n I'oetrKn. tation. School Superintendent, Fon Rogers. rious times, entered into fusion with price, which, while stitl low, is lar Monday's Louisville Post has the discrluiiuatlnc; duty policy Is a Re$6 20 cents for the round trip, on sale pledge. Whenever it is Jailer, Thos. H. Black. publican above the ruling price for sevtral following to say regarding Miss Lizlimiting- flio Populists. dally until and including October Assessor, O. D. Royal. readopted it will be n pert of the Tar years.' Buy a suit that is honest clear 15th, final limit to return November zie Walker, of this city: In tho last race made by Judgo Coroner, L. W. Hunt. The Glanders scare In Bourbon and Miss Walker's poems have won for iff. It will be altogether too danger- through Insist upon it. cosU no 7th. 1897. Surveyor, N. Moxley. McBcath, in tbe 9th Judicial Dismote Harrison counties has passed away, her tbe complimentary indorsement of ous to attempt to incorporate it in gives than poorly constructed ones approached a satisfaction 54 55 Round Trip, 011 sale dally tin. trict, his opponent was the Hon. Geo. but a malignant form of Distemper is MAGISTRATE. many of the beat literary authorities the Tariff act after it is in force. If by one of the ready kind. til, and including October 30. Final Hartford Diet Christopher Allen. W. Stone, who was tho nominee of repotted in Whitley county. It is ever done it must be done while Keeps its shape on lonjr as you wear in the country, notably, William dajs Iron) date nl lc except Cromwoll Diet Jonl B. Wilson. Tho PopiiliBts the Populist party. it, and is a suit that will carry you limit 15 The number of horse colts foaled Dean Howells, John Clark Ridpath, the bill is being framed. that no ticket ah ll eu longer limit man made no nomination for CommonIt is, then, n question of redemption solely anywhere. A lilrn that wears than Nov. 7th, Ig97. this spring, as compared wlthhe Jas. W'altconib Riley, Margaret U. a suit that fits" madk tor Announcomonts. wealth's Attorney, but the Republic- spring of 1896, is 77; while thejftttrtWl Saugster and others. Her talents or repudiation of a solemn Republin better opinion ol iiim always $3 45 ior the round trip, on sate lor Itrprraenlnlltr. ans nominated Hon. H. W. Stoy for ber ot mule colts, by a simllarcout-parison- , have been iu use since her girlhood, can pledge which will be letermined himself, and leek more kindly toward dally until and including October 30, We are authorized to announce when the new Tariff bill is adopted, the test of humanity was generally underplace. It that is 76. and some of her most charming verse Pinal limit 7 days In addition to date R. A. BYERS What kind ol a suit do you wear? Economist. stood that Republicans were to vote Fruit Prosiects. The fruit is was written when barely in her teens. As a candidate for Representative When ou buy Pantaloons -- have of sale. in fine condition She is a daughter of the eminent barII Will Nurprliie Ynii. from Ohio county, subject to the ac- for Sir. Stone, and that Populists generally teported them made to your order, too We f.1 8j for the round trip, ou sale In rister, Judge E Dudley Walker, nnd were to vote for Mr. Stoy. Other with the exception of peaches. In ordej to prove the great merit ol make them up lor you from $4 00 May 15th to June 7th inclusive, and tion of the Rtpubllcan party. of the Hon. J.E. Rowe Ely's Cream Balm, the most effective up. Made right Materials in any deals of a similar nature have been regard to this fruit the reports are a sister-in-laSeptember 15th to Oct. 35th Incluvery conflicting, ranging lrom no Commonwealth's Attorney of the cure for Catarrh and Cold in Head, style you may fancy ro matter whijt sive, final limit ten days iu addition frco silver Democrats of Ohio made between Republicans and PopThe sort we have them and the price is county, true to their teachings, never ulists. In the 9th Judicial District, down to 15 per cent, of an average Sixth district. She inherited from a your druggist will supply a generous always the lowest. to date olsalo. Thta'very low rate historic family much of her talent and 10 cent trial size or we will mall for The Bdwanl Rose & Co , Chicago fail to stab the soldiers whenever an if tho fusion arrangements between crop. ot $2 80 applies only to bonalklestn The general summary of conditions literaiy taste, nnd has seemed to natThe Fashionable Tailors that's the dents aud their teacher. in patties Full size 50 cents. 10 cents. thePopuIistB and Republicans had opportunity is offered. The commit of make they put their names on the put completetely, it is, lor Apples, 85; Peaches, 70; Pears, urally drop into the wotk which she ELY BROS., 56 Warren St., N.Y.City goods it's a pledge ol good 22 and more on one solid ticket upon teo has called a Mass Convention at been carried Cherries, 82; Grapes, 94, and Strawhas pursued with such marked sucEly's Cream Balm has como'etely Hartford on May 29 Decoration would have resulted in the election of berries, tiirvsicvit Everything written applications ol principals of, cess. She has had issued a volnmn cured me of catarrh when everything that goes towanl making your suit a colleges, 89. schools and institutes. Day to select delegates to their Mr. Stone and Mr. Stoy by a handpoems which entertained and else failed. Many acquaintances have finished product, is found in this Pleas notify e me as eatly as possible Hint lina ol her The result of that The only Yet that party some majority. State Convention. amused a circle of admirers to the used it with excellent results Alfred make. Tbellulngs the quality the ol the date and ever Flovrii. parties wfll go and contest however was the election of Bets itself up ns representing the patfit the styles It's just exactly right The only that has full number of the edition. She not W. Steveas, Caldwell, Ohio. ready. in even detail, or you can hive your have people of the United States- - It Messrs. McBeath and Chelf by large ever actually flown that is, mainriotic only writes several varieties of verse, money baek. H. MKRRtCk', Agent. For Nnle Why was this? Simply tained and moved itself in the air by but writes stories and sketches with seams to be their aim to make the majorities. Every new weave and coloring that A desirable farm of one hundred reason that large numbers of energy generated in its own nieclfan just as ranch ease end gtac. She ior the crMtii at Deeomtio at snail po BT?anbd ! ft. acres, situated near Hartford, well fashion dictates ns chic every idea Canearets Caadr CaJltartle. tha MtitHln. both Republicans and Populists re- ism is one lately constructed, after contributes to both magazines and watered, a good orched, two hundred that xoe toward giving; you that sibU. MaioM inwoterrar MM Me, nfa- otrrui ntoch appearance fused to endorse fusion and therefore years of laborious and disappointing newspapers, and rsfnwbine to iho tacts, t rarely bearing trees, good buildings.and in well dreanedmen, is found soiu Suit de but says: of awl poalUreir oaXUmra. Ilv sired by all A report has recently been given voted for their own candidates only. experiment, by Prof. S. P. Langley, ever write except when in the mood, good community. For lutther par- this make. eksnalStf tfaa ontlro arum, nidi, wide, circulation that Jo A Parker, ticulars call at this office at once, tf blaotw, Order taken by Carson 3t Co,, ear blihMMMM. ferer, habitant WBntfpatteu In tbis Senatorial district Mr Ren Secretary ol the Smithsonian Institu- therefore am not systematic as to and i'leate bay ftd try a Hi the Populist Nominee for Clerk of Hartford. Ky. Of C. C. C bwlny ; III, V W caul. ttaW awl quantity." She has an exhibit nf der could have beaten Dr. James if tion. The first full and the only Olmstkad, Kv , March 30. 1897. (uanwMad to cure by all drafgttlt. the Court of Appeals, would withaccount of this epochmaks her work at the Nashville Centennial, I have taken Hood's SarsaparilU as the Democrats bad all voted for him. draw in the interest of the silverite Ilcod's SarMtwrilla is known to be parties there are iuj invention will appear inMcClnre's as she had at the World's Fair and n blood purifier and tonic, and have Thus it is that in all an honest medicine, and It actually nominee, but Mr. Parker is out in a large numbers of men men of bouor Magazine fjr June, in a paper written the Atlanta Exposition. She is' a found it to be the best medicine for cures wiisb an outers tan. lane 11 ha Through Paeu.er Trains and red hot card denouncing the report by Prof Langley himself, and illusmember of tha Filson Club, of Louispurifying the blood and giving me an and integrity who refuse to endorse Past Efficient Double Hilly Service as false, and on the other hand be trated with diagrams and pictures ville, and has a Lumber' of friends in appetite that I have ever taken. I now from Cincinnati and UHtlvnltc to 'fusion," because it is devoid of prin made under his direction. thinks the free silverites should en Tbis is the city. 'j W. H. am much pleased with its effects in Renumber Butlington, the barber 8- - lev? ciple and is merely a plan by which probably the most important maga dorse him and not make a nominaray case, and heartily recommend it it the place to get your hair trimmed in connection with into office, and politicians help to get fANK IU'X. the U & 0 J. V. zine paper ever published in this tion. Right here we wish to call the up in nice style. Mr. Clark and Mr. S. M. Wilson to others. Anderson B. Curtis. to Louisville, reaching direct or makunfortunately sometimes they get in- country. attention of our Populist friends to ing close connections for principal lost two valuable horses recently with to office. Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick A Vnlnnbln lrerritllitn. points the fact that the free silver DemocraKiNnr.minoK. distemper. We now proposo to speak of the Editor Morrison 01 Worthington, headaches, indigestion, biliousness. Owing to the wet season farmers SOUTH & WEST cy snubs them on every occasion. In Mrs. Jane Maden and daughter, of All druggists. 25c. lad., "Sun." writes: "You have a fusion in this county. It goes with- are late about planting on its own and connrct(oK lines. Inview of the help the Bryan Democracoin. Palo, visited the family of Mr. John valuable prescription in Electric Bit- cluding Vlcksburg out saying that large numbers of and Jackton, Mrs. Carrie Newbolt visited her Jarnagin Monday. cy received from the Populists last Wanted To bonow $600.00 on ters, and I can chccrlully recommend Miss , BitonKoua; and Natch, La., good Democrats and Populists are op- sister, Mrs J. K. Williams, last week year, it would be right ior them to Little Ernest Balrd, of Spring property wotth 4 timec the amount. it ior Constipation and Sick Head- Little Rock and Hot Springs, Alk., posed to fusion between tbeir own Mrs. Amanda Barnett and son, Lick, is visiting in the community, endorse Mr. Parker. Will they do Call on or address A. . B , care Tub ache, and as a general system tonic Waco,' Foit Worth, Dillns, I foliaton paties, or any other parties. The fusMorris, visited relative at Owensboro, , and points on San Antonio, Born to the wife of Mr. Robt. Neal Rbpudlican, Hartford, Ky. it? No. Why? Because they have it has uo equal." Mr Annie Stehle, and Pacific Coast Texalso has through, is the result of tbe not long sipcea ion ticket however, the It a girl. no love ior the Populists, and only 2625 Cottage Grove Ave , Chicago , psatenger traius and fast efficient office seeking portion of the two parSeveral of our young people attendMr. S. M. Wilson went to Fordss mirklru'x trnlcn hulvr. want to yank them all into the Demo was alt tun down, could not eat nor double daily service froui New Orties. Streneous efforts are now being ed the baptizing at Rocky Ford last villc last week on business. The Best Salve in the wot Id for digest Inod, had backache which leans, Jackaon, Memphis and points cratic party. The free silver DemoCuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt made to show that what The Repub- Sunday evening. South and West on its own nnd conMr. John Jarnagin went to Owenscrats want to kill the Populist party, Rheum, FeverSores, Tetter, Chapped never left her and felt tired and weaty necting lines to I. A. Barnett wile and little daugh- boro Monday. says about fusion, and what it Hands, Chilblains. Corus, and all but lx bottles of fi'ectnc Bitter reand by fusion agreements they will lican publishes about the same, is all done ter, Sylva, spent Sunday in this vicinLOUISVILLE, Miss Ida Miller visited her grand- Skin Eruptions, and positively cures stored her health and renewed her CINCINNATI, certainly do it. Populists should take ity. for political effect merely. Piles, or no pay required. It is strength Price 50 cents and $1 00. mother, Mrs. Heavrin, Monday. CHICAGO & ST. LOUIS warning from this mere fact alone. Get a Bottle at Williams & Bell's We would like to know why SunNo such twaddle can swerve us The Sunday School at Fair View guaranteed to give perfectratitfaction Drug Store. making direct connections with or money refunded. Ptice 25 cents Wo propose to ex- day School has not been organized at was well attended last Sunday. through trains for all points from our duty. The Hartford Jferald, together per box. For sale by Williams & r Hnle Alexandria. What has become of the Mr. Oscar Bond, of Olaton, bought Bell. NORTH & EAST with the Democrats of Ohio county, pose the fusion for revenue only in A scholarship in the Lexington one thousand pounds of wool one day including St. Louis, CIiicako. Buflulo, this county, and we will pay especial gbod people of this neighborhood. has always been the greatest enemy Business College. A scholarship in IJfe Amr. Don't TiAmco Spit and Smile loir School Girl. Ptttsbwir. Cleveland, Boston, Niw last week at eighteen cents per pound. To nult tobaeeo oa.ilr ml fore, r. bo mac the Populists have had to contend attention to the opinions of our PopuBryant and Strattou Business College, York, Philadelphia, Baltimoic and Mr John S Herald, of Morgantown, netle. (ull of life, ncrro awl rlcor, take t'ntnrtli C'minot be Oiirrtl simple reason that with. It has only been a short time list friends, for the , Doc, tho that nke weak tacn A 'cholrnship in King's Commercial Richmond. with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as was in our midst Sunday. A scholarship iu Kenyon Iroug. All drufgUts, 60c or II. CureronniB-teed- . College. since they were condemning the Pop- they have no newspaper in this councannot reach the seat ol the di they ' Ilooklet ana sample free. AMran College." Andrrson. Solid vestibnhrttains through n Sterling Itemed Co , Chicago or New York. ulists on every occasion. Tho JJerald ty devoted to their interests. sease. Catarrh is a blood or constitubullet sleeping oais through ftce Apply at this office and we will save The Herald baa all along been rccs tional disease, and in order to cure it of October 24, 1894, in an editorial reclining chair oars yon big money. Hnrilvtu? Vclrrnm. Kicnrnlon. ; internal remedies. In connection with the notable endorsed the following littlo resolu ognized as tho deadly enemy of the you must takeCure is taken interTennessee Centeuial nnd InternaParticulars ol your local railroad Hall's Catarrh An eye for an eje and a tooth lor n tion from tbe Butler county Populists: Populist party and its principles, and nally, and acts directly on the blood gathering here today ol the members tional Exposition at Nashville, Tenu. ticket agent. "It is the sentiment of the People's its former utterances are abundant and mucous surfaces. ' Hall's Catarrh of the Kentucky branch ot the Grand May 1st to Oct. 30, 1897, ,atefl "" tooth.' is the old Mosaic doctrine, but S G. Hatch, Dlv. Pas. Agent, Cinparty of Butler county that any man proof of that. The Populists have Cute is not a quack medicine. It Army of the Republic, it is not amiss $6 20 down to (2 40 for the round the" doctors n: today save the eye- cinnati. was prescribed by on of the best who has heretofore been identified no organ of their own and we theresight by applying Sutherland's Eagle Jno. A. Scott, Div. Pass. Agent, to note some statistics given by the in this country for years, and census of 1890 That census gives trip according to number of people Eye Salve. It cures all forms ol sore Memphis, with the People's patty who has be DemoFor and time, also time of limit. is a regular prescription. It is comtrayed and deserted it with the hope fore offer our columns to those aud granulated lids. eyes It tables showing theapproxinnte-num-be- r of getting office from either of the old crats or Populists who wish to oppose posed of the best tonics known, comA. H Hanson, n further particulars call on agent. .strengthens weak ejea. For sale by W. A. KauoND, o p. a., Chicago. ot surviving United States and parties, is unworthy of the support fusion, and who, for that reason, bined with the best blood purifiers, a p.a., Louisville, II Merrick, Agent Z Wayne Gnthn & Bro, acting directly on the mucous and confidence of the People's party, Confederate soldiers and sailors and would not be noticed by the fusion orThe perfect combination of and should be deleated at the polls, time ot the taking the two ingredients is what produces the widows at the and it is to the interest of tbe Peo gans of this county. such wonderful results in curing Ca- ot the census. The total number are pie's party that such men be defeated t&OJl'imfor The editor of this paper is a candias follows Send for testimonials. Iree. at the polls." 3C4: Board date and he rests assured that all tarrh nnd TtiitiQii-- T U. S. Soldiers, Sailors and Marine: What about it now? Do you still bis utterances through these columns F.J.CHENEY & CO .Props .Toledo O Sold by druggists, price 75c. Hverythlng Native white native parthink the Populists on your ticket will bo used against him if possible. Hall's Family Piis are the best. for the , . 718.446 ents should be defeated? Speak up, and spechl Summer We recognize tbe business of jour foreign pnr'-Native white A Cull. Term of8 weeks let the people know where you stand. nalism as legitimate and honorable a We the Republicans of Shreve preenta , WtM begins June 8 89.255 one and wo have a sympathetic and cinct knowing the ability, integrity, Freign white . , . . . 1 . J7?,57J 1897. AU our etudonts will have the opportunity of attending . DANGER AHEAD. kindly feeling for tho whole fraterni and fitness in every respect ol Dr. J, Colored S3 7,99 'GPho lESLontuoky jrajtato Poaohora' J3,8soolation It is the duty of tho press to faith ty, Wo trust that our ideas of courteW. Meador to represent Ohio county Which mtU in Bowling Green June 29 30 and July 1. '97. If you want a better education, prepare yourielf fully giv to the public events of in. sy end fair dealing are such as to in the lower branch if tho iext Gen1,03 073 Total for teaching, gat a better certificate, or to take a thorough Commercial Course, it will pay you to write to ut. tcrtsta they transpire. Moro than prevent us making persoual attacks eral Assembly, and not mindful of Widows of U. S. soldiers . r 145.359 You can euter now and find cloiaa to suit you. Specinl oraphasis put ou the State Toaobors' Courso. this, all papers having nt heart tho upon any editor of any county paper the many noble sacrificed he has Soldiers and Sailors: Confederate BSTWrite now. Mention Course wanted. CHJiKRY I1HOS.. Proprietor?, of the community in which they in the State. We think we can safo-l- y made in the party and people's inters Native white native pargood Southern Normal School nnd Bowling Qreon Bueiuees College, Bowling Green, Ivy. are published, will warn the public of est, earnestly entreat him to become 405,020 ents . . say that tbe editors of this State as impending dauger, and will endeavor a whole are an honorable and bard n candidate. We request that the Native white foreign par . . . to expose tho sell om 03 of bold and woruing body of men. As to whetbci Repnblicars lrom all over the county ents 9 54J, f ' join us in urging him to come before Foreign white , . Wo desire tc state hero we deserve such a recommendation, bad men'. 3,53 . . . Colored - 3,73 for the benefit of and we leave for the people of our own the people and we pledge him our HAVE OPENED THEIR support: peaceable citizens, that there is now county to say. R B Wliittitighlll, Total Jas M DtWeese, 432,020 foot a plan by which unsuspected on Wo shall, therefore, pass unnoticed Widows of Confederates , . ,, . 6,064 men are to be jerk'd up and put on the personal attacks, constantly being Latayette DeWeese, Jno F Maysou, C I, Piyton, J M Rebuker, For Kentucky tbe numbers are as tho Democratic ticket whether or no. mado upon us, by men whoso C C White, Jr., W W Rebarker, followsi Havo uot five or six unoffending Pop- sympathy wo should have, if not their C A Kef ne, A K Keene, United States, soldiers, etc ulists already been taken by the nap support, and shall eudeavor to conHenry Pate, P A Moxley, Native white native parof tho neck and the seat ofthoir duct uuiBelvos in an bonorablo way I H Pollard. C C White, Sr., 31,847 ents' breeches and ynnked into the Demo- in such away that we will bring no WFWhlttiughlll, Native white fort ign parWC Petty. cratic party? When good Populistsgo reproach upon tho profession to which T H Gentry, R Harden. 891 ents into the booth next November thoy we belong. A B Debtulor, 1,969 Foreign white J W Debriiltr, will Hud these gentlomen nominated .' . A G Tel, . . 5,443 Colored '. Jno M Bowling, by tho Populist oonveutinn, under Kriiliii-kA Hack, droit llrpnrl. John I Miller, The rejrart for this month is nude Atthur WiUtou, the rooster. There is no telling what Aaron Polard. , Total 30,150 up fiom replies ncetved from 139 John Polard, will happen noxt. II S Allen. Widows olU S soldiers . .... 5,198 No citizen is safe While writing correspondents representing pi counOscar Armstrong, C T Whittlnghlll, Confederates, Midlers, etc J this artiolelne editor has beoa filled ties; 28 counties failed to repott this WR Cheek, Native white native par--I , 10,504 J S Armstrong, with dismay and terror, by tho month, a discouraging i net ease in the J W Miller. ents C W Moxley. I' H MlUsr, Native white foreign par- thought that h may be oapt urod by number of delinquents Wiirat. Tbe condition of the U S Cnppage, Cicero, Miller, I ents 249 the Demoorats, bound hand aud foot wheat ctop on Mny tst averaged 95, C L M4W11. C S Moxley, Fotelgn white 94 and put ou the Democratic ticket, which Is an Improvement pi one paint Nathaniel Moxley. A mail's politic) will not proteot during the mouth of April, The con-- James SinneU, Total U.I15 liinii five or six I'jpulists have already titlon on M.iy 1. l8oj, wag 74 riMiOlllrlnl turnip Widows of Confederates ,. , . . 1,179 btMii swallowed alive. 71m e.tvy rainfall has caused the At a meeting 'ol the Democratic e Lexington Leader. It is tlino for Pupuluts, National plant t turn yellow iu some cases ttcutive committee ol tbe Sixth Juili-clvlie-drainage is impef. y district ol lCmUitcky, huldJfi lerxnted in the Owensboro Mny 10, 1197, for the pilr fret Chinch ting An (.'Vunt veliMo and goidhrfa A fine now OMNIBUS will meitnllddy fnos iu B an-- iVm wlent In Mamob and Living 11 conn pose of counting and comparing the Thrive order at Field' Livery Stable, All urdorapronpily ivt"id 'to. Dttt Uwrt (Srup. TimmcHmI, UwrTl guarantees a comiortttbli rtiln Ml la Owa. Sold hr dru?irlau. returns of the primary electiou tor tit i corner Market nod Uuiou sitroetf, HarttorJ, Oats The condition of the rat Circuit fudge nnd Commonwealth's Hartford Republican. i;rrj .iini uiaii J LJ1U li.ia.umj J J LLI-'U- ! nil J LJ Wll'l 4 N-- w 1 - ci ): - r Merit post-offi- ce - Made nui Hoods Sarsaparila .. i Cleveland-Wilson-Gorm- - l"m, hs work-luaashl- p 1 i'lylng-Mnchin- flying-machin- e Uets "t at tHl Illmoisljeri. f. Q. Memphis Orleans No-T- I wonder-worker- pull-ma- phy-slcia- ... lur-nlsh- ... t ffk vw ... -- ... 1 r -- d I 1 al etpe-'htll- - Subscribe for Tho Republican nnd got all tho news, To jstaacl jpi'Oiaa. Beavoi Xnra.. r I ". 1 K - ' " , -!. JJJ I '! HL'IMU" JL1 - 1 - Jlii j ai')!)i- l'lchl s iMejrint 'lum line, 2 Awarded Cliilrlren shoe M.e J H to ; for ?r,c ot tUtkmt Honorfl-Wor- ld'fl Fair. Figle & C-- 's. Iluy j our fans aiidtnitit and hosiery at J li I'oglo & Co' Double lioilt overalls at J. & Co's for 48c per 15 Foglc pair. liy naming circulars and prices that would-b- o competitors fail to moot, but come direct to Hartford and trade with Typhoon won thp Kentucky Derby nt Louisville Wednesday. s Big lino of ladles, genU and underwear at J. 11. I'ogle & chil-drtn- CREAM m Where you can got FAIR & COMPANY pmnm Absolutely Puro. Co'. Miss Morrison, ol Haynesllle, Is visiting her brother, Marshal Mor rlson. BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. just opened n COMPLETE LINE OF GOOOS IN T.fE We have vmm THE BEST SELECTIONS, W Can Show Tou Mens good shoca from tallies fine shoes Ladies good wHppera &he lowest riees, , . f .... , , . . Celebrated 'for Its great leavening A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free Marriage licenses since our last strength and hcalthfuluess. Assures from Ammonia, Alum or any otlieradulltrant. Jno. Calloway to Mildred E. food against alum and MI forms ol the 40 YEARS TUG STANDARD. adulteration common to the cheap Hunter. brands. Royal Baking Powdiui Co., The new church at Concord wilt be Nrw York. THE NEW RAILROAD. dedicated Sunday, Dinner on the ground. Buy Fertilizer from Carson & Co. Starts at Cumborland Falls IS. Fogle During court have your horse fed ' Good corset for 35c at J. and Comes Through & Co's. at Field's Livery Stable. Best of iced ' Hartford. prices. low your stock to Field's Livery Take When you come to court next week $ oo up Stable. Col. Albert Boone, the Railroad 90c up have your stock cared for by J. II. Pathfinder oi United States has mapPlaid cotton lor 4c per yard at J. 50c up Patton & - And we ure prepared to give you bar" gains in every line. Give us a eall and wo are sure to please you.-Country Produce taken in exchange for goods at best market prices. . sgft. f ' "JiiiiJ the -- 1 BACH & 1. -- We Can Show You Good Domestic nt Good shirting uoou cauco Good lawns West bed ticking Turkey red table linen Fogle & Co's. Straw liAts from 5c to $t at J. B. Coj Mts. Horace W. Rolph, Louisville, ..4c .... , 3JC0 50 Fogle & Co's. Mr. Asbury Bryant, Rosinc, was in town yesterday. 35c for a nice white shirt at J. Fogle & Co's. is the gnestol hermother, Mrs.Jcnuie McIIcnry, this week. 5c 150 15c White teachers examination- - 21st and 22nd this month. Colored teach E. ers examination 28th and 29th. We Can Show You Ladles Hats, nicely tiimmed, from 50c up, infant Caps and Headwear. besides a beautiful line of Buy your shoes and slippers at J.E. Foglc & Co'9. , 36 inch percales for 8c per yard at E. Fogle & Co's. 6oc buys a nice pair or ladies at J. E. Fogle & Co's. slip-per- ' We Can Show You s L ' Ladies belts JUdles Collars and Cuffs . . Handkerchiefs French Woven Corsets , Heavy seamless black hose 10c Indies blackhose, 2 pairs for Iadiea nice parasols ,. . . Lovely fans . '. . K 35c .- - . . . ... Mr. Jas. Taylor, Beaver Dam, was set in Hartford last Sunday. 5c 39c 48c buys a nice pair of cottonade 10c pants at J. E. Fogle & Co's.. 15c 50c J. E. Fogle & Co want your eggs, 50 feathers, wool and ginseng. loc We Can ShowYoti Boys suits Mens all wool suits Men suits Good pants Dine and fancy cuttonade pant 16 ounce cottmuo panto Boys knee all wool '. . .... 65c $4 00 $2 50 .$1 Field's 'Bus meets all trains and charges a living price. Leave orders at the office. ,n( A trimmed Hat latest styles for 00 children at 50c. and Misses 75c. and 48c Ladles for $ 1.00 at Carson & Co's 75c 95c Feathers. We will buy your Wool. TVe will buy your Eggs. We will buy your We will buy your Ginseng. r&Co's. We are doing a legitimate busiuess,on Airships are in the country but not business principles, and "want your trade, located. Now the best Laundry in is the Hopkinsville so come along with your money or produce the country at Hopkinsville. Steam, located and we Avill see that you are satisfied with man Williams is Agent and wants your wot k. prices, quality and styles. Last Sunday afternoon Mr. A. S. With each purchase of $2.00 or over Bennett, ol Beda, left his horse standwe give you a handsome picture to orna- ing hitched to his buggy in Hartford when the horse was frightened at Very Truly, ment you home. something and proceeded to runaway. Ly. We want yonr wool, feathers, eggs and Gfnseng for which we will pay the highest market price. Caiison & To. Don't buy shoddy or second handed clothing when you can buy a uice suit for a little money at J. E- - Fogle It landed lu the alley back of the Tracy house with but little damage done to either the horse or buggy. Mr. Hmmet Cox, who was welt known in Hartford, died at the home of his father, Dr L T. Cox, at Stan ley, Ky. , last Friday alter a lingering illness of pneumonia. He was a brother to Mrs. M. L. Heavrin, of this place, and had many friends here who will be sad to learn of his death. SEQET-HAN- TELXQBJUPHT, PENMANSHIP, ETC. b ,. i. N)IAI.MMlMt:, May ir. Mr, as. Eivesanda Miss Doss, of Muhlenberg county, were . No. 400 THIIID BTItBET. I.OUI8VIEI1E. KY. married last Thursday. The same iiirnnw ii.tumifci day Mr. Win. H Fulkerson and Mrs. TheFtoatlng Studio is at Colli oon . What About III Elvira Calbert two welt respected old I am told Editor Ladles fine shoes for $1 at J. It. people were married at the brides that the PopuliMs ol Bartletts pre- Fogle & Co's. home near South Carrollton. We cinct bad another indienation meetThe best Oxjord Tie lor 1 1 00 is at wish them a happy life. ing Saturday latt which was largely Miss Birdie Drake, South Carrollton, I am not Inlormed as to Carson & Co's. attended is visiting relatives here. Mr. J. H. Williams was in Leitch-fiel- d what was done fuither than they had Miss Ruth Hill, little daughter of last Sunday. a joint discussion, or rathera running Mr. D. A- - Hill, spent last week with part debate iu which J. P. Miller took Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Barnard. Buy your lace curtains and draperand it seems Irom the account given ies at It. Fogle & Co's. Mr. Tom Paxton, Louisville is the J. a'snag in the perthat he run upon per guest of relatives here. Good bed ticking for only 15c son of one Albert Helm. During the Mr. Jessie Grove, Sacramento, is discasion Mr. Helm asked Mr. Miller yard at J. E. Fogle & Co's. the guest of his grandmother, Mrs, whether he was a Democrat or a PopWe will buy your bacon and hams. Lue Qverhuls, ulist. To which Mr. Miller said: "I Carson & Co. The Quarterly meeting will be at am a Populist." "But," said Helm, Nice table linen for only 15c per Ceralvo Saturday and Sunday, whataboutthe Democrats?" Miller yard at J. B Pogle & Co's. Mrs. Dannie Hill anticipates takanswered: "I have got my foot on ing a trip to Bvausvllje Saturday cheap-e- at Call on Field & Sou for the the necks of the Democrats and pronight and beet Buggy Harness. pose to hold it thereuntil alter the 'Miss Qirtle Reid lain Louisville November election." Mr. Joe L Davis visited the family the guest oi her bister, Mrs. Dr. Mill-- , 1 want to suggest for the cousidejs er. of Mr. Gentry Yates this week. ation of Mr. Miller that there is in Mr. Strothor Hawkins and family Ohio county one thousand Democrats Mr. Wayne Stevens lost a very Cue visited relatives in this neighborhood primary mare last Saturday night. She was a a ftW days last week. who took no part in the laie election, Iu this thoie is some tood thorougbred mare and was a great Farmers are greatly behind owing for thought. II so many Democrats fivorite with Mr. Stevens. to heavy rains. Rosa. refused to take part, because there is The Flail I.Hlf. to be Populists on the ticket, and the As this Is the season for gigging Populists holding Indignation meet-.- .. and that for seining, trapping, etc., Jugs throughout the county, it seems we append the substance of the fish thaUlr. Miller had better put his law for the benefit of our readers, not foot cm the necks of the Populists If you have had the Grippe, a few of whom have asked in regard line and get some and hold them in you know its aches and pains, to it: one else to put his foot ou the necks the fever, the chill, the cough, It is unlawful to ure any wing net, the Democrats possibly of the the depression you know set net, trammel net . or any other Chairman of tljrDeuiocratio Committhem all. The Grippe exhausts contrivance lor the purpose ol catchtee would takethe job. me nervous system quitsiy, ing fish or that will materially hinder suggest that wheu lowers the vitality. Two I will further j the passing ol fish The penalty is a things should be done at oncet the vote has been counted that Mr. tine 01 $10 to f 35. the body must be strengthcome to the conclusion Miller will ened, and force must be given No drug, poison or medicated bait that while he had his foot on the to the nervous system. Cod-livshall be used under penalty of $20 to of the Democrats that many of necks Oil will do the first $50 flue. h a own men got away, and that the the second. These Thtt fine tor using dynamite or and Democrrts of Ohio pleasantly Ionulits are permanently and other explosive is from from $50 to county ae not all cheap Johns. combined in acotrs Emulsion. $100, and it it is not paid it must be It lifts the despondency and Frxk Savim Drmocuat. worked cut in Jail. heals the inflamed membranes For using a seine other than a of the throat and tuners- fur Mule. But you need not have LA or lor setting a trap, using a O.ie ol Geo F Pram's New UnU GRIPPE. drag, etc., the fine is from $25 to $jo. very best and versal Atifw. It is the, You can put your system in Minnows urny bo eaught In seines finest AH? that Is made Will sell a condition unfavorable to it. Usa than ten feet long, but this does Apnly at thin office. cheap for cash You can have rich, red blood; not allow larger fish caught even in - 4- 't'" resistive strength s steady brain short seines. A smrlL lot'f wool will buy a big and nerves. Scott's Emulsion These cases may be tried in circuit prevents as well as cures. lot ol Dry goods ot Carson & Co's. cruttor before a umgistiate, and if And whether you send or 00 for Scott's Emulsion, be sure the oflVndtr i coi.victed sixty per If you want ) our picture enlarged you get the genuine cent ot the An gout to the SUte tod you should see Glide Wedding. The forty 11 cent to the officer who SCOTT A B0WNE, N.wYeri firm he i taking orders lor guaranthe conviction. tees satisfaction. fW OTI10 desires to hotter his or hor condition In life, should write for too Catalogno of tho BRYANT & STRATTON "ggM&ia. - La Grippe er tHy-pophosphl- dip-ne- t, -- se-cu-tes Hartford people are glad to welcome our boat again after several week's absence on account ol accN Mrs. Peter Shown, ot the Kinder dents. Col. W. II. Moore has purhook neighborhood, was the guest of chased the Jennie Rae and will make Mts. J. A. Anderson Tuesday. regular trips to this place. Hartford merchants will patronize tbe bo.t J. E. Fogle & Co. have the largest substantially, and it will be a valualine ot laces and embroideries In town. ble addition to our thriving town. Don't buy until you get their prices. The following telegram was sent tvife and Bring onj'our wool, your out from Evansville yesterday: daughters. You can buy Hats, Evansville, May 12. A patty of Shoes and Dress Goods with wool at business men and merchants of HartCarson & Co's. N0RT1IKASTKRN OUTLKT, THR0UCII ford, Ky.,were in the city yesterday lUSTftRN KENTUCKY. Mrs. W. II. Moore and son, Mr. Ed establishing business relations beJellico Narrows, Tenn., via tween this city and Hartford. The Moore, Sulphur Springs, were the Manchester, Jackson, West fact that Hartford is to have a steamguests of Dr. E. W. Ford and family Liberty, Olive Hill to mouth oi Wednesday night. er for the Evansville trade, the Jencreek, on tbe Ohio river, four nie Rae, has been widely circulated Mrs. S. K. Cox and daughter, Miss miles east of Poitsmouth, O. Length in the vicinity of Hartford, and much Fannie, left Monday for Charleston, of line, 225 miles. benefit to local merchants seem a Mo., where they will visit the family L OUTtBT TO Till? N0RT1ITHR0UGH natural result. Capt Moore teleof Dr. J. H. White. KENTOCKY. graphed to Hartford oi the courtesies Jellico Narrows, Tenn , CumberIt is all a mistake about the new that were shown thtir business men Pension Boaril for Ohio county being land Falls, Ky.j Stanford, Danville, here, and received word iu reply that The appointments Harrodsburg. Shelbyville. New Cas- they would be received by a brass appointed yet will likely be made lu a very short tle to Carrollton orf the Ohio river. band and a dance would lie civen nn Length of line, 215 miles. while. the boat. Mr. and Mrs. M. L Heavrin re- OUTI.KT TO THK NORTHWEST THROUGH Later. The boat landed late yes" WBSTJJRN KENTUCKY. terday evening loaded as follows: 35 turned last Sunday from Stanley, Cumberland Falls, Ky., Columbia, barrels salt; 10 kegs beer;4 cases beer; where they had been at the beAslde of 6 barrels of oil; 20 barrels of flour Emmet Cox, who died last Friday Greensburg, Munfordsvillc, BrownsRIISI.tE. ville, Morgan town, Hartford, Calhoon 220 sacks of bran; 10 barrels oi Mr. M. Ragland was very sick last night. and Henderson to the Ohio river, op lime! 5 barrels beer; 190 pieces of tils week. Messrs. M. L. Heavrin and Shelby posite Evansville, Ind., with a branch ing. It had besides above 28,304 Miss Belle Whittinghlil who has Taylor have bought and had put at line from Cumberland Falls to Man pounds of freight been teaching school at Spring Lick, their residences jointly, a very fine chester, Ky., and the outlet to the 1. has returned home. wind mill. It will be quite a conDr. J. S. Coleman has returned northeast. Length of main line and . Mrs. White is. teaching at venience. from his late Southern tour, and probranch, 335 miles. She is a splendid teacher, aud The following named persons iiave KAST AND WEST CONNECTING LIN- K- poses to worship with the sains at is expected to teach the fall term. Beaver Dam Baptist Church Satifrday MIDDLE KENTUCKY. paid their subscription to Tim Quite a crowd from this place will Maysvllle, Ky., MountOHvet, Cyn- - evening nnd Sunday morning May attend the dedication since our last issue: J. of Concord D. Oiler, Caneyville; Louis Gunther, thiana, Georgetown, Frankfort (capi- - 15 and 16, 1897. Church Sunday. Taylors-vitltol of sjate of Kentucky). . Hartford. It is feared that the cataplllers will BEDA. Shepherdsville, thence due west Miss Gracie Park, Daviess county, kill all the fruit trees. The like was Mr. R. T. Collins has placed in his to the Ohio river, thence along the is visiting friends here, never iu this part of the county besaloon nn elegant Regina Music Box, east and south bank of the Ohio river Steve Bennett, Jr., has gone to fore. feet wide. It is a to Louisville, opposite New Albany, 7 feet high, i Miss Ella Hall visited friends in Chicago. piece ot lurniture and the Ind, Length beautiful of line, 200 mlle3. Quite a number of persons went to Olaton last week, music made by it is equal to a piano. Colonel Boone leaves the city next Mrs. A. Foster is on the sick list It will prove quite nn attraction to Saturday, the seventh Inst., for Mays- Rough creek Sunday and witnessed the emersion of eightpersons by Rev. this week, Scat. his saloon. vllle, Ky where lie, with President Cook. will soon lose one of her Kirby of the Black Diamond lines, BUucnta Your Ilowei. with Caitaretn. Hartford We attended the Populist' meeting Candy Cathartic, euro constipation best business men and also one ol her opens up the campaign on the tenth at Union Grove last Saturday. J. P. I0O.S5C If a a O. fall, drugirlMa refund tororer. mono most progressive citizens. Hon. Jno. inst. his railway campaign in the Miller was there trying to pour oil ou , state of Kentucky. Aiitiijton, a. a. it. J. McHenry will soon move to Louis-the trouble waters, but he met with There will be a call meeting of the vllle to practice law. Our people revery little success Young Albett Pres. Morton Post No 4, on Saturday, Trade 4'oiulllloim. gret very much to lose Mr McHeniy Helm was the speaker lor tbe PopuThe trade of the spring season has May 15, 1897. All comrades are exand his estimable wife and mother, lists and the way he disponed Miller's pected to be present, as at this time all wish for him abundant success been remarkably encouraging. The soft soap arguments was beautiful to but we will make all preparations for spring ot 1892 McKlnley year in his new home. see. his reply Miller said that our decoration services la stands on record as the most prosperat McHenry, while the Hartford Herald and the May W. P. Bennett aud John 29th. Mr. Jesse R. Eskridge, of Harding-burg- , ous to domestic trade oi any in the Democratic party had heaped abuse C Chamberlain, of Post No.' 4, who has been invited by G. A. R. history of the country, says the Chi- on htm, that now he had bis foot on are delegates to State Encampment, Post No. ii, to dejivei an address to cago Inter Ocean. The wholesale the neck of the Democratic party and are now in Lexington attenaing the the Veterans and Sons ot Veterans at dealers east of the Mountains report that he had quit trying to defend the encampment.: Fords-vill- c, sales for April, 1897, as but 10 per the Pollard Cemetery, near Democratic party as it had got f o Mr. Esk- cent less than'in April, 1892 Yet on Decoration Day. low it had quit trying 'to 'defend it, UNlO.V. ridge, though young in years, is a the yeople are not prosperous. The Wheat and oats arc looking well. The meeting closed by tbe self. fluent speaker and the mere announce- goods sold in April, 1897J largely are Mr. J. E. Davidson, of Louisville, Populists refusing to vote under the ment of his address on that occasion of foreign make; in 1892 they weie was the guest of his father, Mr. A.W. rooster. Aunt Martha. should draw a large crowd. He is in mostly of home manufacture. Cons m Davidson last week. perfect sympathy with the Veterans sequently the wage fund of April, Arsenic is the poison most chill liftTom Blankenship and family, of the late war and his address will 1892, rectuited the wage fund of the tonics contain. Dr. Bell's Pepper-rneof Tennessee, have moved to this be along that line and will be well couutty far more strongly than that Chill Tonic does not contain place whete they expect to make their worth the time ot all who can attend. of 1897. arsenic or any other poison. It luture home. Yet the revival of business is remakes bone and flesh for children. Mrs. Prue Taylor is on the sick Will Soon End. markable; it Is indicative of a return It curs chills so they stay cured. For list. The struggle between Greece and of confidence. Were the tariff quesRev. Andrew Williams, Centertown, Turkey is practically over, and it tion settled aud at rest, the senate sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. will preach at this place next Sunday. seems that both countries will be in committee's bill stripped of its hate, A Mooting. S. B. F substantially the same condition, fill duty on tea and of its A three days meeting will com ujmiiMHiiii minus some barrels of blood, good sugar clauses, the wool duties inence at Concord Baptist Church and nlostly otherwise, that they were to the Dingley scale, the ad Friday, May 14, at 3 p. m. Tfitee M. in when they began their butchers. valorem amendments of the senate services dally, Friday and Saturday, OF WEST VirtOINIA. It is not impossible that good results set aside, and the specific duty theory All day meetings with dinner on the Wrlttn of the Bentflti Recelvtd Prom Dr. may flow from the war. Six months ot the Dingley bill adopted, it is MIlM' rUltorntiv Nervine, ground on Sunday. The church will ago any soit of a misunderstanding mote than likely that the country be dedicated on Sunday. Rev. B. P. between insignificant Europeon pow- would enter upon a steady march JenkinB will preach its Dedicatory ers was the cause of the greatest untoward a permanent return to the sermon, It is expected several easiness, and promptly threw the prosperity of 1892, though of course, preachers will be on the ground. commercial world of Europe into the that tavorablc attitude cannot be Everybody invited. W. D. Cox, Pastor. frightful convulsions. But reached Instantly, even under restoramost when this actual and bloody combat tion to the most satisfactory condiMessrs. Trios. Owen and W. T. will have been brought tcfa close tions of tariff. Hlpsley, Livermore, were in town without any particular harm to any yesterday. nations except those actually engagHartford and Evansville. ed, the Bourse will be firmer, aud . A (patty of business men aud Meairs. E. P. Taylor nnd Edwin niers commerce much more secure from chants of Hart ford, Ky , were in tbe Cooper, Olaton, were in town yesterwar frights; it has been innoculated city yesterday establishing business day. in n sense. relations between this city and HartThe attitude of tbe Pavers towards ford. The fact that Hattfoid is to tn uueaee. Locatla the belligerents nnd towards each have a steamer for the Evansville "W ennnot afford to advertise our ' MILKS' Restorative Nervine ll other is a source of encouragement to trade, the Jennie Rae, has been widely anxiety for the free coinage of illver particularly adapted to the restoration of hoalth broken dowu by hard the peace parties in the different' circulated iu the vicinity of Hartlom any more," 'the Philadelphia North ' M of New countries, that they could not have and much benefit to local merchants ' American (rep.) declared. "Unliiw mental irorlc. Hev W "1 HlausMerwith exsuffered Haven, Y. Va., writes: Eome of he nations want free coinage found before the war began. It shows dlnliiAM, dull and nerseems a natural result. The paity of at our ratio or thereabouts, It U idle as treme nervouonsM, My heart that however anxious the fighting merchants that visited Evansville well as humiliating to be' Importuning vous headache aud sleepleHaeu. of breath m.inrnuihiin.nu) 1 wan fihiirt lords may be to gratify their ambigreat nation to create a market from tbe lean exertion, and uffered much yefttcrday was composed of Messrs. the pain in my icn aiue. for our silver. For that Is the kernel tion lor military glory, they themD. It Thomas, J. W. Ford, A. D. ' ot this nfit, andbut for the desire for a Mcdklue and pujtf- selves shrink from a tremendous comDr.' i'Uoi gave rae no re Pale and market there would be na talk about "White. W, D. Moore, A. E. bat that may hurl them from their lic!. I proeured Mr. free allver coinage nt silver here." A. T. Nail Evansville Courier. -- Nervine Mile' Ilestotatlve th tonus and forfeit their lives, Pern Vollovve Nervine, New Hear Restores . Dure and Nerva and The peace of Europe is apparently Peru la the latest addition to the list IUamMI- Capt. A. J. Tharp has been elected of countries planning to get on to a Liver l'UU, sad I am more secure now than it has been for Commander oi the G, A R. at solid gold boats. If silver kwjw up it Press. maiy mouths. result eaa be toosirong. He is 0110 ot the best known prcuent rate of progress, tbens will bo oiendatlon at totho in I sleep w" ,n0 flMiiueaa aim twiiw .. Grand Army men of the State, and nothtner left for cold to connae leg-- , huve disappeared, my heart trpublt me sliver Jurymen, Partlos andWIt-noase- s, bad no real opposition for the place. 100O, Qf ooureo tho need for than ever, no more aod I reel petfeoUy well " illation will then b greater lr MIW Itemed!. areRold i.yaUdrue- and tl sllverlUtt must work accord- h.i i undo, u positive auannte, flHt bottle During court we will fetd horses by will then have tho hercu DOolc Ingly. Tbey on iciiL.liu or money refunded for Fitly Conti. the week, nt special low rates. lean task or convfrHPjrino wnoiaworia ..eart nnd Notvos en free to all applicants. Outranteed tobacco bault cure nmkee wetU I. II. Patton & Co. OK, MILKS MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, lad, mta it'oof , blood pure, too, 1. All druwlit. baok to slim, ... ped out a new railroad and Hartford is on his new line. The Zanesvillc (O ) Times Record says: As our readers are aware that Colo, nel Boone has undertaken, with the aid of the people ol Knox county, Tennessee, tbe completion of that great piece of public work pro jected in 1836 by the great Calhoun of South Carolina fame, viz., a railroad from Jelllco Narrows, three miles east ol Jellico, Tenn., via Kuoxvllle, Franklin, N. C, Augusta, Ga., to the sea at Savannah, a distance of 500 miles, we are now authorized to give Colonel Boone's plans for the Kentucky outlets noith of the Tenn nessee state line at Jellico Narrows. OUR BOAT Landod r A at tho Wharf. Hartford Ty-gar- We the undersigned Republicans of Pordsvillc precincts voting recognizing the fitness of our rtiteem-e- d lellow citizen, C. C. Benid, to Ohio county iu the next General Assembly do hereby cull upon him to declare himself a candidate lor .Representative oi Ohio county: S? Roby. J W Hale, A C Jones, J J Roberts, A R Oiler, J W Smith, J C Jones John M Key, C Shown, Morris Wilson, Ike C Adair, M S Wise, B F Brewer, J B Evans, R McCleary, T S Wedding. James R Spencer, J F Murphy, GW Rob sits, J II Newton, M L Tones, J S Clark, O P Richards, D J Gillian, B F Mitchell, Geo Bradfield, W R Jones, II A Babbitt, Ewing Hines, D L Muflett, J H Roberts, A M Peckenpaugh N Matthews, Geo W Egan, J A Murphy, J W Perry, J R Murphy, J M Matthews, D M Matthews, W H Lyons, Joseph Eskridge, E M Marlow, J W Peckenpaugh, W S Gaines, W S Newton, W II V Whitler, Samuel Keown, Dan Wise, Jacob Chancellor, G H Roberts, Geo Whltting, H E Eskridge, Jacob Newton, Geo E Bradfield, James Witting. lep-rese- ' -- . t'nll. vgg9 this-place- e, - nt trust-favori- 1 Rev.W. Slaughter, ' DR. , ' ' ' MW' Jpa. : I Lex-ingt- n- i s& M....i1timmmiiitmiiveiL General Directory. assssl 't. ."jejuni tow Hartford Republican.' FRIDAY, MAY 14. 1897- FT. THOMAS, KY. Life Within one of Un- r i cle Sam's Military Reservations. An Old and Gallant Reg- the lively note of reveille call the soldier Irom their bunks. Breakfast In the general mm hall follows 15 minutes later. From 7 to 8 the drill grounds present an mi I Minted appearance with the eight companies going through the movements ol company drill. At 9 comes uard mount, after which is a concert frrhalf nu hour by thn Regimental Rand in iront of the Building. From Administration 10:30 to 11:30 the drill giound is again enlivened with the troops In bsttalllon or legimcntal drill. At noon dinner is served. The greater part of the nftctnoon the men have to themselves except fur occasional signal, llttei-bearir- iment. As I have seen no correspondence In jour paper from any of our Military ports, and have been asked by several subscribers of Tan Republican to write something relative to this port and to life within a U S Military reservation, I ask for space in your paper for this article provided it escapes the waste basket. I was enlisted at Evansvllle, Ind., May 18. 1896, by 1st Lieutenant I D, L. Haltraau, Recruiting Officer, 10th Cavalry, and was assigned to this post; arriving here In compauy with Henry Godshaw, May 5th, since which time we have been doing the terras of military duty. During the first lew weeks after our arrival we thought that military du. ties were very complex and that dis clpllne was entirely to rigid, but by this time we find duty simple enough and life in a military post not unpleasant. To Gen. Phil. Sheridan belongs the credit for the selection of the site of this post. That veteran had been sent by the War Department to make a selection of a suitable site near Cincinnati for a military post to replace the old Newport barracks, and when his attention was directed to the spot Mn the Kentucky highlands where Ft. Thomas now stands he at once decided on the location and exclaimed in admiration that he would make the new post "The West Point of the West." That every effort was made to fulfill the boast, the beautiful home of Uncle Sam's soldiers that now so proudly overlooks the broad waters of the Ohio, bears ample testimony. Though it would have taken more of than ever General a master-hanSheridan to make any spot equal in beauty the grand post of West Point on the Hudson, yet even West Point has a rival not to be despised in the highlands of Kentucky. The city of Newport, Ky., across from Cincinnati, has had a military post for nearly a century In the old days of frontier warfare, Newport barracks had been one of the outposts of ci7illzation and a stronghold of defense against the warlike Miami's. It on the Ohio when was a Cincinnati was only a collection of s log huts and Its historic walls have sheltered many officers and men who, in after years figured largely in our history. The music of the Regimental band in its evening concerts on the river front was well known to the steamboat men in the old days when river traffic was in its glory, and the old time citizens of Cinuinnati can recall with the keenest pleasure their regular evening diversion of sitting on their verandas and listening to the strains ot music waited across the waters. In course of of time, however, the old barracks began to decay. The walls that had stood for nearly a hundred years began to crumble, and the authorities took up the question of building a new and more spacious post near the, same locality, Ft, Thomas, three miles from Newport, was the ultimate result. The reservation conslstis ot acresj The buildings are substantial brick structuics, and instead of being arranged in the old quadrangular style so prevalent In Western posts, they border drives and walks that curve and loop artistically very much in the the style of a city park. The gradings and buildings cost the Gov- -, eminent something near $500,000. There is probably no other post in the army, taking everything into consideration that is conveniently and attractively located Standing as it does on a hill 525 feet aboveand overlooking the river, it commands a view many miles up the Ohio, and that river can be seen winding in and out among the hills until it appears to be only a small stream The little Miami Valley, one of the nio!t fertile tracts In Ohio, stretches ior miles toward the north, showing the river winding like a serpent through the lowlands. At the present time the trees that have been planted along the walks are still in their infancy, but in the course of a few years every walk and drive In the post will be a veritable nrbor, The name Ft. Crook was at first given the post, but later it Mas changed to its p'esent name in honor Uditor RurunucAN: ', and artfllcry drills. Supper isserved at 5:15 a half hour before sunset comes parade, by the parade being vormed the baud marches in review, the rolls are caljed, retreat is sounded, the evening gun fired, and the dig lowered, while the band plays the stirring notes of the Star Spangled Banner." Twice a week are evening concerts from 7 to 8. At 9 p. m tattoo is sounded and the lights in the barracks extinguished. At 10:4s is call to quarters, and at n taps At taps, an inspection of barracks Is made and all the soldiers must be present and n, made by Numerous explanation pnlnstakine; Invent putors warrant the statement that the unequal distribution of capital anil of money ami tlie consequent gross Inequality In Interest rate, tire Hie olilef chum of the Inability to rnrry on tlie Important business of agriculture profitably. The sections of the country polling the largest silver vote In 1800 hate, gsneirnlly speaking, Insufficient oredlt facilities. The small farmer who, advancing from the condition of farm la' borer, seeks, o larger meesuro of Independence and greater comforta for his family. Is not only compelled to mort-gog- e his realty, frequently at rates as high as 15 par cent., but Is under the necessity of borrowing upon his prospective crop. Having no banking office to call upon, he turns to the storekeeper, who extends- credit for the needed supplies and taxes the borrower first for Interest upon the loan, second In the way of Increased prices for staples furnished and finally In thevvay of discounts or commissions upon the product of the form turned In as payment, Theso Items not Infrequently aggregate 30 per cent, upon tho actual credit extended, and In a very large number of oases the total exceeds 20 1he ((imrary notTvitinrtnnrtinif o IsenpeeMtlr Irs ot Hood IMIfe, tor no ever eonlMned o grmt -- iimlive power la so small iiee. llwv uro u iile meillelnn Ot'l'ICIAL. Governor William 0. Bradley. Lisut. Governor W. J. Worth-IngltiSTATK KISS'S COMMERCIAL 3. E. Cor. 5tn and Market Sts, AOorrts COLLEGE '. chost, always reaily wars efficient, aUniys prevent a C( Id or lever, cure sll liver Ills, sick headache Jsumllei' constipation, etc Me. The only nils to take Itli Hood s Soriaparllla. Hoo DAD Pills Set retaryof Slate ChrtrlesFinloy. Attorney Gonoral W. 8, Tnylor. uditor Sitmuol II. Slone, Treasurer' Geo. W. Iong. Commissioner of Ai;rloiiUuro, Hor Statislioa .Litens nnd ticulturo Moore. SHORTHAND INSTITUTE - The soldiers live in large substantial barracks, while each officer has a house to himself. Once a week is inspection, and every man must have his clothing, arms and in the best condition pos sible. The post at the present Is the home of the Sixth United States Infantry, Col. M'A.Cockran, Commanding. The Headquarters, Band and Companies "F ' and "G" the troops composing its first garrison, arrived in August 1893. At that time the post was intended to be for two companies, only, but liter it was enlarged and October 4. 1894, saw the ens in bed. : t d land-mar- tire regiment concentrated-there- . The Sixth Infantry is one of the oldest and most gallant regiments of the army. Its first mention is found in an act of Congress of 1798. April 12, 180S, however is the real birthday of the present Sixth Infantry. It was organized by act of Congress of that da'e, and has bsen in service continuously ever since. During the war of 1812 it took an active part in the battles of the Heights of Queenstown, York, Ft. George, and the seige of Plattsburs. At the close of tint war the regiment was reorganized and consolidate with the Eleventh, Tw n'y-fift- h, Twenty seventh; Twenty-nintand Thirty-seventregiments ot infantry still preseiving it own name. It took an active part in the bloody Seminole War of Florida, and was highly complimented for the gallantry of its officers and men. At the beginning of the Mexican War it was h, y, k commanded block-house- in R V 1 I- - of the "Rock of Chickamaaga," There is no one thing more ttrlkiugly characteristic of a military post than its Immaculate cleanliness. This is especially noticeable at Ft. Thomas. In the whole length and breath of tne post, not one particle of rubbish is to be found, This fact, together with the clear bracing ulr, cinnit fail to strike the vlmtor nt once, especially left the soot and alter having mighborlng cltlej. smoke of the There is op electric line from the post to the center of Cinclnntti without change. That it U a dellght'ul spot is well attend! by thousands upon thousands of people from the city that come out every Sunday for n glimpse rf its velvety lawns and a task of Its invigorating highland air. The daily routine is a busy as well If satun has ati an liiteiestint; one miscuif ior none, but idle hinds, t I t Tlionus Miould be the c irii-o- n a highly exemplary lot At 6 am, by Col. Zachary Taylor. Uuring that war it took part in ba'-tlof Contreras, Churubusco, Mollno Del Rey, Chaupultapee, and the cap ture of the City of Mexico. During the War ot the Rebellion It toop part in the battles of Yorktown, Mechanicsville, Gaines Mills, Chick, ahominy, Mai vein Hill, Second Bull Run, Fredericksburg, Wilderness, Getteysburg, and in the quelling ol the Dralt dot in New York City In addition to thete wars the Sixth has taken part in almost every Indian war of any note since civilization first began to push its way Westward Among the prominent military men who were at one time or .other officers of the Sixth Infantry, are found names which any regiment would be proud to refer to Among them are Gen Phillip, St. Cooke, who distinguished himself during the Civil War. Gen. Zachary Taylor, the inspired genius of the Mexican War, and later President of the United States; Simon Bolivar Buckner, Lieut General of the Confederate States, and later Governor of IS5 SI Maximum, Kentuckj ; Mnj. General Wlnfield S. Minimum. It. 1.1214 S3 4 W enisi Ark Hancock, Democratic candidate for 6 New Eneland TS00 MM 152 M 262 00 127 00 31 63 74 22 73 the Presidency, and Commander in 6 states.... middle states. 69 18 70 01 l&outh'n states 17 93 66 Hi Chief of the Loyal Legion; M j Gen6 Jl 2 41 8 central states. 48 II 1 68 86 67 81 S3 .... 13 west'ri states dieral Walker, who commanding a .... 26 09 73 67 Faclflo states. 46 88 the Tho great disparity botvvcen vision lit the Confederate Army fell banking facilities is seen at a glance. before Atlanta; and L. H. Armlstead, six Now Lngland states, with an who as a Brigadier General of the The estimated population (1806) of 8,200,-pOConfederacy, commanded of the win-g- o possess nearly $70 per capita; tho in Picketts world famous charge 13 southern states, with 20,000,000 population, show Ixirely $18 per capita, or at Getteysburg. 22 per cent, of the former. Including Wm K. Bhnnktt, Jr , ratings banks und loan and trust comCorp Co. ' G" 6th U S Ini't panies the ratio Is materially reduced, the south showing inly seven percent. of the nmount Riven for New England, AnaljIng the Hems given In the last "MORE M0xEY" CRY. Capital Uy dividing this one dollar column, os stated In the comptroller's It becomes two, which makes more fable, It Is found that the states and It Oomos from Farmora, Who Havo representing 70 per cent, of the money. I pay you these two dollars for a Heal Monetary Qriovonoo. population hae lens than 33 per cent, of wages, jou see. labor But vvhen I go ty buy broad the entire banking power, estimated nt find them only worth one, so I don't They Miiy lie Mistaken as to IlieCnnie $0,700,000,000. Maurice L. Muhleman, see It. From "Robinson Crusoe's mid Itemed?, Ilut Not nslotbelSxIst-enovu- f in N. Y. Herald. Money," by Itavid A. Wells. Their Trouble Wliy In tewnt Volume ucKnlntt'ti Atitoiitntirnlljr. ics la IIIbU In Hie West and Three Facts. That it vvn the function of thegov-crnnut1. Tho money supply of this country of llauklnir Power In UIITer- to furnish a jojintry with its eut Sections. supply of money was never supposed by nnd of the world at large is not con nnjoue until it had undertaken to do trading, but increasing rapidly. 8. is Upon tracing the movement for a that as a ineasuro of wur financiering'. The low price of farm product larger volume of circulation back for a If the government oolna the bullion eaused by Increased production, not by contraction of the ourrenoy. 3. Free More of years It will be found that brought to its mints and regulates, not It bus Invariably manifested greatest the volume of, but the conditions under coinage of silver vvould not Improve the strength In the agricultural section of whioh, bank currency may be loaned, It rendition of anyone and vvould be the the country. Obviously, then, we must dischargee IU duties In full, and the cause of great hardships and prlratlonB g classes and all perseek for the underlying causes in these bnslnuM world VIII, as It Invariably tv the has, provide the curronoy and regulate sons of small means. communities. When the subject la analyzed It will the volumo In accordance with the A Btanilarilof Valae. varying needs of trade, Iron Age. be observed that the- ground for disconOur monetary standard Is nothing Ilea In the tent at existing conditions but a measure of values, Upon Its staJapan In n New Until, fact that notwithstanding greatly ImNow that Japan Is on the brink of bility depend growth and prosperity. proved means of production, notwithIt roust be rccognlred as the very best standing greater fucllltles und mate- piaalng her currency on the exclusive abroad as well as nX home If our acrially reduced rates for the livusporta-tlo- n gold basis, we presume that we shall no tive commercial Intercourse with the ant distribution of products, the lunger be worried with fearful visions leading nations of (tie world Is to conot her growing industrial suprcmaoy, agriculturist, upon whom no lurgo tinue and develop, part of our economic system I depend- which was alleged to be due to the silent, finds himself, generally speaking, ver standard. It was affirmed that Arsenic Is the poison most chill after a twelvemonth of hard work no whatever goods Japan sold In this coun- ton Dr fVU's Feppor km contain farther aheud than at the beginning ot try, being paid for In gold, practically the year, und In many (ratapces his doubled the seller's Income when the oic nt Chill Tonic '(low not contain status U worse Through the failure to proceeds were converted Into silver. nrrenic or any other poison It make a proportionate Income he has And this tremendous advantage the makes bone and fUsli lor children. not been able to reduce, but bna, In fact, Japanese now relinquish. It curs chills so they f tny ciued. Pur Increased his money obligations. Oar Own ttsperlenee. dale b) Z U'njne CtiOIii & "to It is not maintained that such Is the In tills country since 1895 the case throughout the land, nor dro all hits received his pay In dollars agrloulturlsU entitled to equal oredlt vvliloli ihavo on the whole stsudily apfor oare and economy. Many ouses there preciated In value, so far as general are, doubtless, where sympafhy Is not oemmodltltei are eonoerued, so that the deserved, but In most of the communipursuing power of his wages has ties where discontent prevails the reanimlv rtViuliUd, while into) est on capson here given U the true one, the dis- ital lias wteadtiy fallen and now ever-age-s sertations of self satisfied theorists to scarcely what It was. es one-thir23,-0- 00 high-wat:e TJmes-iroralte is. perhaps unnecessary to add that business of any kind under such conditions would be unprofitable. Is It, then, surprising when the agriculturist, who knows little relatively of the principles of sound finance. Imagines that an Increase In the volume ot money would benefit him? Is It to be wondered nt, when ho hears or reads of money going begging at two per cent. In tho metropolis, he fancies that, by 6ome hocus pocus, Wall street Is constantly striving to grind him down? It Is our business to teach him otherwise; to teach him that the prosperity of the commercial centers Is closely Interwoven with his Is, In fact, largely dependent upon his welfarebut the lesson can only bo broughthome to him by tho Introduction ot means through vnluc. which his own prosperity shall be asThere never lias been nnd there never sured. For, even as It Is impossible to can bo In any time u, bianj country starving man In the plan of metallic stindard. andatthe attempt to Interest a n farmer can salvation, so the standard hns never propnly acquire faith In our vlewsof sound create a double than an alter anything financo when relieved ot bis present duced standard, better the Inevitable with To him a system ' nating onerous burdens. of Injustico with refer which operates so unequally as the ex- consequences contracts ence and uncertainty isting one does must appear not only with to past to future contracts. reference unsound, but absolutely tyrannical. Indeed, Senator Jones admits In the Any change, he feels, would be for the 187d better. Consequently the southern, report of tho silver commltsion of uuUer the double standfarmer demanded the reinstatement of that "whenever is between the legal the state bank note system four years ard there a variance the ago, and last year the free coinage ot nnd market relations of the metals on bn&ed silver appeared to him the best solution standard would be practically nnd more one metal, and It the cheaper of tho difficulty. available one." The financial history of The remedy is manifestly not to be States mid of Trance furnish found in any form of Inflation t oar the United evidence of the accuracy of conclusive circulation, but In providing by legislaview on this point. CJ. tion or otherwise Increased credit facili- the senator's upon Stuart Patterson. ties, both for long term loans More Slener In Circulation. mortgages and short term credits upon If tbero was any actual relation becrop, and a better distribution of the tween the quantity of money in circulacirculation which we hare. In this, as In many other matters, we tion nnd national prosperity, we would must refer for guidance to human ex- ''mpw be on a flood tide. For more than perience elsewhere. In no country has a twelvemonth cow the nmount of the system ot advancing short time money In circulation in the United credits to agriculturists reached the States has been steadily on the Inarcnse. high state of development which is July 1, 1890, about the time the Chicago found In Scotland. The Scotch banker platform was In the process of Incubahas learned that the farmer Is, under a tion and the mouth of the popocratwns system, as fairly entitled lull of demands for more of the circuto credits to float his vent use as the mer- lating medium, the total money In circulation In the United States was chant or the manufacturer. making $S1.15 ptr capita on Scotland hns one banking firm for each 4,000 of population nnd a ratio of an estimated population of 71,390,000. November 1, 1890, on the eve of the bonking capital to total resources ot election, when the people of the United banks ot one to twelve. By this economy In the use of capital the bosks are States were to give their verdict against able to declarcdivldends ov ernglng fully a debased and depreciated currency, the money In circulation was $1,027,055,-01ton per cent, while giving credits ordimaking $22 03 per capita on an esnarily at rates rarely exceeding four per timated population "Of 71,902,000. cent., and every hamlet In the kingdom March 1, 1897, on the eve of MaKln-- j has n banking office within its limits ley's Inauguration, the total money in or In Its immediate vicinity, ' circulation in the United States had Taking the states of Alabama. Mississippi and Arkansas as an example, it risen to tho unprecedented sum of making $23,14 per enpHn on will bo found that these have about 4,000,000 population nnd 171 banking an estimated population of 72,418,000. institutions. Including private bankers, , To fully appreciate this Increase ot with a total capital of 817,000,000; total the money In circulation in tho United resources, $40,000,000, or a ratio of cap- States it is only necessary to say that ital to resources about one to two and in the last ten months It amounted to $105,969,753, or more than $2 per capita and one banking office to of population. of the entire population. While tho absolute circulation has The reason for exorbitant Interest marks rates in the last mentioned section Is passed all previous obvious. And it will continue to exist ihe per capita circulation Is still $1.30 below that of 1892, Just before the panic unless some means of economising capital, as is done in Scotland, Is provided But the per capita Is now higher than r any year In the history nnd the storekeeper is compelled by it was in 1800-oot the republic prior to that. Then competition to reduce rates. 1 be comptroller of tho currency, In his annual why are the times not as good as they report for 1800, presents a table show- were along In the late '80's? Simply ing the banking power of the several becauso good times depend on public states nnd territories, from which tho confidence and industrial activity, and not on the amount of money in circulafollowing abstract is compiled, to illustion. This Is simply tho teachlngof the trate this point moro forcibly: BANKING POWEH PEIl old proverb that a nlmblo sixpence is AVERAGE CAPITA, UNITED BTATES, 156. better than a slow shilling--. Chicago National, Loan and suite and trust Increasing? toluiuo of Currency. lngs com' All. banks panla banks. United States K S8 HOW it 91 JM 80 SK?T 871 75 M 02 debt-rlddcd 4, DRIVES OUT GOOD. Senator Jones Admits Thnt There Una Is lint One Standard of Value. No government cun maintain at ono time more than one standard of value, any more than, It oun (maintain moro ItAILROAU COltMIHSIoNKUS. than oue standard of weight, or mora than ono.standard of measure, or more J uo G. Wood, chairman; J. F. than one standard of length. It there Dtnipsty, II. 8. Irwin, Secretary-Samubo two or moro standards of different F, Brown. value, tho standard of lower value will CONOnEa'IONAb. In practice become the only standurd. Senators Hon. William 0. LiutN If ono goes Into the market, the law being that a yard shall be cither two Bay. Hun. J. O. S. Blackburn. Representative Fourth District feet or three feet In length, nnd buys carpets by tho ynrd ut a. fixed price,, Hon. John W. Lewis there will bo delivered to him carpets BTATI! LvaiS!,AruitE. measured In yards of two feet In longth. Senator Hon. A, D. .Tames. If ho buy cool by the ton tho law being Reprecchtntlvo Ohio County H.iii. that a ton shall bo either 2,000 or 2,240 pounds, ho will rccclvo tons of 2,009 C. M. Burnett. pounds coch. It he buja potatoes by the OHIO COUNTY. bushel, the law being that a bushel CIItCUIT COURT. shall contalu either two pecks or four Hon. W. T. Owen, Judgo Owens pecks, therV will bo delivered to him born, bushels of two pecks nch. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney On tho same principle. If tho law be that a dollar is either a gold coin, with Owenshoro. u bullion value equal to Hs face value, T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. or a sliver coin, vv Ith a bullion vultie of G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. cononly half Its face value, and not B. D. Rlngo, Master Commissioner sellvertible at par bito gold coin, thf Hartford. ers of the carpets, thaeoal anil the potaG B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund In dollars ot the lesser toes will be paid practical tralniug In SHORT-HANSucceiw niuttd In HOOK KI'KPINO rvi'H WRITING and Pupils assisted to POSITIONS Til K Kit MONTH!. Terms moderate men funnnhed Stenographers 1'RU.B 01' misltu-Superintendent l'ublio liistructioji-Gh- o whet. ooMipttci t M. Davitou. CHAKGR . Register Laud OfRco UlirtH. O. Reynold In8iirnnco lluroau Gommissiuiior-- D W. Comingoro. ' Adjutant Genera- l- D. U Collier. Urown Slate Librarian Mrs. Mary Day. JESrLtx'eStiaoe 033. Btla. the bent facilities for tiinrmiyh St Louisville. Ky. D ar:Kro. t I. i mm lift. -F- l :E5Li:isro-- iniDL- OR el EVERY EVERY EVERY EVERY EVERY member of latully on farm, in village, in State nnd Territory. FOR Educnlion, FOR NoMo Manhood, FOR True Womanhood. IT gives IT gives nil Important news of tho Nitlion. n I important uowsof the World. 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M. Hockcr, Clerk Hnrtiortt. NEW YORK WBBKLY TRinUNK will be mailed to you E. P. Nenl, Attorney-Hartfor- d. --first Monday in Court convenes Etarttor each month. QUAKNiltl.Y COUKT. IOOOOOOOOOOOI Begins on the Ihinl Monday January, April, July and October, couirr of claims in Q 11 It MH0 15 YOUR Do You Get VOU TAILOR? ' Couveues first Monday in January, and Tuesday after tho se03iid Monday in October OTHEU county orrtCEita G S. Fitzhugb, Surveyor Sulphur Springs. N. C. Daniel, Awetwor Cromwell. Z. H. Shmtz, School Supt. llart-foT- d. a CORRECT FIT? RECEIVE THE benefit 20 Wijr YEARS SUCCESS in HIGH GRADE TAILORING by ORDERING YOUR SUITS AND OVERCOATS L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Springs. Poorbouse C. It Ounpbell, Keeper, Hartford. justices' cotiirra. A. S. AuUi March 3, June 1, September J , December 1 JontB. Wils'in Mai oh G, June 5, September 4. December 4. March 12, C. L. WoonwAiin June 11, September II), December 10 Jas A. Bovvua March 20 June 10. September 18, December 18. B. F. Giiavbb March 25, June 20, September 23, Decembor, 24. Dr Bell's Peppermint Chill Tonic presents a happy oombitialion ol simple and harmless v getcbie remedies The first dose warms the blood nnd promotes its circulation. Yu feel better ns soou as you talte it It is different from any other It is better than any other. It cures the chills so they May cured and leaves your stomach, liver and digestive organs For sale by in n healthful condition. Z Wayne Giiffin & Bro A A m Si. Ill OF BORN & Co. THEGREAT CHICAGO MERCHANT TAILORS. We guarantee to fit and please job, and safe yon none. 300 NEW SAMPLES TO SELLECT FROM ATJAS. burut-uu- t AJMAS'. Notwithstand ng our lust July wo nro still headquarters kinds ot ior all I j Dost finality of Steel and Chilled Plows. Both Walking ami Riding Broken rianters, Hiding nnd Walking Cultivators with and Corn Drill, Check-rowithout tongues, Disc Harrows, Fencing Wiro ptniu nutl liaibed. Oubaruo Movvors nnd Binders, Uuber Thresbiug Slaehlue.Tractitni engine. All abuvo repairing Implements aro guaranteed to be oi the beot quality. 1'irtt-olag it (peeialty, alto a lull linatif of all kinds d iiie prompt. old kbiuil nn First and You will find us at fertilizors lor tobacco. Railroad St Co mo in and tec ut. Hnrae-ehneiii- Farming implements. WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, JM5AVKK DAM, KY. ftlBWsiiMrissjkirlt ''MR , Disrae Local CATARRH imffiBm Do you want any B M Climatic AflVctinn Nothing but a lo oil remtdv oi change ol climnti will cute it Oei a LfMEi CO ills IHiltll Hi pharmaceutics innedv I ly'a t renin It" U quto.v A, well knowr PRINTING? 1 C0LD1NHEAD 1 111 mm wage-earnin- Olives Keliet at once sorbed Opms nnd cleanses the Nasil l'lssavtes Allays Infl inimation Heilcs and Protects the Membrane Restore the Senses of Taste and Smell. NiCo-cdiu- e No Mercury, No Injurious drug Pull Size 50c. Tiiol Size 10c at Druggists or bv mail EI.Y BROS.. 56 Warren St., N. Y. ve aro vondy to receive your orders for ar.y thing; in that line. We print II you do, Letter 1 loads. Bill Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Circutars, Dodgeis, Horse Bills, Jack mils. Rusines' Cards, Visiting Caids, TS i m pa Wedding Invitations, Proscription Blanks, Huran, Ky., He tried many doctors nnd remedies and always failed to get relief until he tried Sutherland's UagleKje Salve, which curtd him inside of one week. For ale by Z Wayne Giiffin & Bto Mr. Will Skillman. had sore eyes for years. '1 In fact every tiling that you want s and printed. All work at lowest prices. Write or call iirst-elas- 1 for estimates. i HOW TO FIND OUT. Sooth-Statist- nt Fill a bott'e or common wattr glass with urine nnd let it stand twenty four hours; a senrtiment of settling indicates a diseased condition ol the kid ueys. When mine stains linen it is positive evidence of kidney Double Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the back, ta also convincing proof that the Kidneys and bladder ore out of order. WHAT TO DO. iEIcvr fciox-c- l, Our Clubbing Rates. The Republican ami iio 3E5Ly. g n . . Louisville Cn turner end. Cuuritr-Jnuruul..- .SI 1 '2? 11 wage-earn- er half Subscribe for Tho L'cpublican and got a.l tho nos. There is comf.irt In the knowledue so often expressed, that Dr Kilmer's Swamp Root, the great kidney remedv fulfills every wish in telievlng paiu iu the back, kidneys Jiver, bUdder nnd every patt of.the uiinarv pas saves. It corrects inability to hold uilno and scalding pain in passing it, or bad eflVcts following tueot l.qu r, wine or bear, and oveiconies that un pleasant necessity of l tnjr compelled to get up many timi-- dining the The unld and the niRht to urinate oxtreoidlnarycflsTlol Swamp Root is It rtnnds the high cut soon renljztxl lor its wonderful cut oh of the matt distressing cases. II jou lived medicine vou Miou'd have the beht Sold by druggists piice fifty cents nnd Fur n sample bottle and oue dollar pamphlet, both sent tree by mall, mention TiiBHARTFOKn Rkpubi.ican and send your full poit office nddirss to Dr Kilmer & Co llingl iinton, N V Tic propiutoib ol th piper bi, ,f guarantee the gcuutnuiei ler. 11 -- " " nnd nnd Scml-Week- l) .. 1.C0 . . . Komi-Weekl- Ol 76 " " ami Now Yoik Tribune nnd Louisville Dailv 1W 125 2 75 ANDY CATHARTIC 10 1 4 Y DRUGGISTS "lr0 comlltlo rMUi srsthtldol Lu ! UUiUian I UUU H.j. trlpe.W iut tin B.tur.lmulU, Ban' trl er d. 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