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IN THE T0U2TS C0M6RES3I0KAL aj f C mmmmA pieasant aoap ior the skin. "Nothing: else like it:"! The mot refrcshine- and - its anticipation sufferinrr nnil danger of the ordeal make one of misery. most critical period of her life. Becoming a mother should be a source of joy to all, but the DISTRICT. annRaHtei NO. 43. 11 VOL. IX. HARTFORD, KY ., and from the crude oldtlme flint-loc- k rifle to the most improved Not only muzzle loading cannon. are the various implements of war exhibited, but the regalia of the men who enlist for the defense of their of War, AY, MAY 21, 1897. Cutaneous JSOAPL fmJor CALVES Seventy Calves Droppo'd by a Jersey Heifer on a Farm at Waddy. Sixty-Nin- WPEirS 13 Ffi!ENDL"H WHARF RATS. hour which is dreadcel as woman's severest trial is not only made painless, but all the danger is removed by its use. Those who xisc this remedy arc no longer despondent or gloomy nervousness nausea and other distressing conditions arc avoided, the system is made ready for the coming event, and the serious accidents so com-nip- n to the critical hour a"rc obviated by the use of Mother's Friend. is a blessing to woman. $1.00 PEIl BOTTI.E at nil Drue: Store, or sent by mail on receipt of price. BOOKS uic rcmouv which relieves women of the great pain and suf- icring moment to maternity; this of Thorn Woro tho Sizo of-- tho Bats o You'voSoonattho Barn. Ono of tho Llttortho Rogular Sizo, but Alt Woro Wall Dovoloped. mvjiy crjniorjit oxkh The BB1DFIELD BEGUUTOR rnrr rntt OonUlnlnit Invaluable Information of Interett to all women, will be tent to any address, upon application, bj CO., Atlanta, tie. country. In the Postoffice Department the lover of phllatla can feast his eyes upon the stam pi of the world to his In this department heart's content may also be seen illustrations of marking-rooms of the great. Government " postoffice. Visit the Treasury, aud the fac similes of the currency andboud. of our country. You will be agreeably surprised when you see the exhibitthere. A watk through the long grotto, with its enchanting walls, which are in reality beautiful little lakes filled with fish, little and large, oPmany varieties. In fact, to many this will, no doubt, be one of the most interest- ing departments in the Government - Woo ran think "Wanted-Anld- ea or seine aimpla thlog to patent? PmtctJHIIM WllinrkiUllUlj'eti t? 6or MMt tW may Writ" nvAia (taut AtHir " MVi."".,'!'"",Ln' " ' !" ,h'' 8U Ptae oir tui.i.. asl lut tit two bundred iuventlona warned. fcMliiP i&z&tmi Tu Curo Con.tlpatlon Forevrr, Tskoriumtiets unuvi jiiu.rtic. loo orSSo. If C C. C fall to curo drug iurtfunU tnvuoy JWERCHANT'S ..- - JfcTOV' MV...w Trade-Mark- Waddy, Ky., May it. This is a quiet little town aud the people go in very much the same paths every day, with nothing to excite or upset them. However, an occurrence was repoited to the Evening Post correspondent yesterday atternoon that has caused Crtrjbody to turn out to see the "curiosity." Thltk of a cow being the mother of seventy calves oil born on the same day and all wl ioinied. TUe happening was so remarkable the Evening Post correspondent could not believe it until he had seen the drove ot diminutive yearlings him- self. An investigation pioved the truth ot the report and snowed that Waddy, s Carta!, and obtained and all FaL- tat batata condncud (or Mcetun rita. OiMOrriecisOrposrr(U,s. parcNVOrriet; though small, has a bunch ol irealcs aad wecaaHruta wirulia leas time than Uw! that even the Puichaie part of the S e remote front Waihiftirt'ia. Etud inodcL drawing orfnoto., wits dWrlp-- t State cannot equ tl. two. we atfvbe, tl patentable or not. free of chars. Car fee not dae till patent la secured. S On the farm of J. M. Whitehouse, a to A PlMPHLtT, " ti raltnu," rlih cms of use in taa u. o. ana forara countries well known and prominent farmer ot ecot free. Aildrna, i this neighborhood, a cow yrsterday dropped seventy califea. SUty-nin- e Ow, Patent Orrtcte Wahihoton. d. e. of thfifci were about the size of rats, but lully developed :n every way. They were nil marked very much as their mother. They did not live but a short while, but were active while alive. The other one is a calf -- and is living. It seemed as much P. AUSTIN, M'gT., surprised at the presence of so many G31 "Wost Markpt Stroot Bo brothers and sisters as the people who were attracted to the spot by the uns Iwoon 5th and 8th, usual occurrence. The happening was so hard to believe the farmers all over the country AKISR have visited Mr. Whitrihouse's farm f R I.. AND Clhrks: since Saturday night to see the litter I T. O. ,KBR. of calved and be con vi need. A museum man could have made a Louisville Dental, Co., great feature of them If he had been on hand to buy aud preserve their bodies. ' , ; C.A.Sft20W&CO. AUSTIN DTEL lull-siz- e a Louisville, SCy. CMnreli Ouiiiot br ajurril n"" a in America. When John Wesley Pew people know that John Wes91en and lrcetaIoiiN. ley was ever iu America. Few know Man, as a species, loves.a procession. It is the one love, In fact, that that it was he, and not Robert Ralks, sets him apart from the nat of the who established the first Sunday It was John vertebrates Iu this primitive condi- School in the world Wesley who preached the first Methotion it belonQed to him. Civilization has on)y fostered ij. Both sacred dist surmon in the United States. In and profane history give evidence of the I.adlea' Home Journal for June Rev. Jj W. Scott will tell la the this. And recorjls of coteraporaneous Hie the world over proves the truth of "Great Personal IJveuts" series the it every dfty stoiy ol "When John Wesley preach it is four years nas& since this love d In Georgia," which is WARRANTED. PRICE CO cts. be lm? been gratified among us, since said to be one ol the roost Interesting Oat AtU.Iluu.Not 1M9W, narratives in this most successful Pass on to the Navy Depaitment, the last of our great processions ParU Medicine Co, 61 Uiula, Mo. We K'ld lut roar. W botllet of iiantlemam OUyVll TABTltW.bB CHILL TONIC and baee and there j ou see facsimiles of the blocked and the streets serleo. tmnahfc thru irnw. alreade mi. f ..r in.iig.rfv penenee of 11 rear., In the drop bu.lii.u. bare great war and merchant of New York, and masses, of .people vessels neeer Mid an article that caee aueli unlroraul aatla Yeura trulr, Jaciloo aa iwl Tunic marines of which you have perhaps filled the doorwaya and windows of I Do your eyes ever smart, burn or AUMlV.OAKlliiCO. long lienid. So perfectly cpnstructedTribusea for miles, or stood ull day ou feel rough Sutherland's Eagle Bye For iwlc by Williams & Bell. and elaborately finished arenhose the pavement to watch the troops file oaivc win panisn iuv iccuug. n will make your vision clear and dls- .ertrwBu utramftfcf.anG raodels.that thousands q dollars have by. Neither latlgu upr hunger ap- tjnet and will enable you to tead withhe,r construction. palled tll4m at the timet nur-dibeen 8Pent the 35 KlUUtS fif VA Willi f I fifth S&f ' ltam this department go direct to the memory ol anything sufUred daiifpori out tiring, Tut up in use.cent tubes, ma Two apkuntmiy tftl&Gu, 11 a llfttlnt7 01 Bcicntiuc lnsttnments, nnrl 111 nrilnr nf (IiaIi tiuiinn.. .ult.tt a convenient and nice to " plications are worth ten times the &u)f?:fitlS xii.nt'tM iiTlB WS. :;:r"7.:..r : Vi uwjjju3 twin iiwm I'lti'.i.ikni vvviKtinj new fjiwvcixuuit wnra umiuumcu, iuf w rJSi. J3 tntic j rail .I Wayne Griffin ! iKm u Mtf nt fla,,atn1 price ForaalebyZ nnrtiintit sums. vine nr n J ' VTVUVCst HirvitMitvt' ! MV" n man nl urnr w u iiiv u'ljr stt iii 1u1iAiHmi to--ft?3k m.mm & Hro mwitraiat managed upon the Grant's tomb. nietcltat mntine HWiniMK prnm every patt 01 tne country, in j HUutwtoYour llonals With Caaearete. eppawicM Onna Oa.l.anic, ourn lon.Ujatlon forever. atf-witemen anil vomeD ctne, aid to,' 10o V 11 i v i liiiii uruaKi.riuiK4iuuiivj Net you conn to the Department ' with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they cannot reach the peat ol the disease. Catairh is n blood orcoustitu-tlona- l disease, and in order to cure it you must take internal remedies Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surtaces. Hall's Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine It was prescribed by on of the best physicians in this country for years, and 4W.Mt. is a regular prescription. It Is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, GoldCrowna $s to $7 acting directly on the mucous Porcelain Crowns The perltct combination of 3 to 5 the two tJ'frcdients is what produces Best set oi teeth (tio better made no matter bow much you pay) . $8 surh wondcrfut results iu curing CaSend for testimonials, free. Gold fillings $1 up tarrh Silver filling 75c F.J.CHBNBY & CO., Props .Toledo O Sold by druggists, price 75c. Extracting, pet tooth 25c Hall's Family Pils are the best. Painless extracting with Vitalized Air 50c VncleNmn nl tlio Triiiiea.cn i;xioat-lloi- i. Extracting tree when Artificial Teeth nre ordered. Office permanentIf there were no other attractions ly located at the Tennessee International Bxpo Wanted-- An Idea ggssgS sition, the United States Government jour MftM; thtr ttut brtni yoa wealth. ProtrtJOHN WftDDKHUUHM Writ ft CO- - pAtent Alio. building, one ol the most magnificent Myt. Wh! ngton .i) tl,, for tblr $l.HM rrlio off o4 lut of Ino hnuOrtti luTentlont waalcd. and Impressive specimens of archis cecture upon the grounds, with its varied and costly exhibits within would amply repay the seeker of Information and pleasure to travel hundreds ot miles to visit. Within this beautilul structure there are "eights to see" that the average civilian does a lifetime. not In fact it is a complete Exposition, embracing a depa7tment of war and marine exhibits, a department ol zos ology and piscatory, a department of att and rcience, it department oi and modern history, a department of invention, a depattment of philatellA and a depiitment of finance A3 one enters he is saluted by the waving flags mid banneis of all the great powers ol the world, he raised his eyes when reprodctions of the wouderful, prismatic light house flashes ucrosi his vision. ou can hardly realize tint you are standing in front cf a mightly light of suqh great power, that its rays can be seen from twemy to fifty miles at too,' to guide the marine safely around the IS JUST AS GOOD FOf! ADULTS. bteukeis to the haven wlieic he would OWENSBORO, KY. sut-face- an-de- nt building, but also one of the most attractive and instructive upon the entire ground others. To the student and inventor the Indeed, in nil large towns, as well handsome display of the United States as In New York, there are always Patent Office offers a field of study trrouos of friends invited to use the that but few, compiritively speaking, windows ol householders along the are afforded within a lifetime, Here line oi march, and the charm of these are models from the roughly-mad- e parties is uot easily forgotton. One hand printing press to the wonderful must be young for them, perhaps. perfectly cylinder that prints 20,000 One certainly, In remembering them, and 30,000 copies of the modern daily can hardly escape wishing one wer? newspaper per hour. young enough again.-flarp?- r'8 Then there Is the Indian exhibit, a Bazir. very interesting feature of the Gov JElrcirlrt niltcra. ernment And while there have been Electric Bitters is a medicine suited tuauy complaints that the white race for any reason, but perhaps more genhas been the Inxcterate enemy of the erally needed, when the languid exred man, we see here what our hausted feeling .prevails, when the has done and is still doing ' liver is torpid and sluggish and the for tlijs remarkable aboriginal inhab need'of a tonic and alterative is felt. itant of America. A prompt use of this medicine has In art and architecture there are often averted long and. perhaps fatal drawings and paintings ol the useful bilious fevers No medicine will act j and beautiful. a. j thiriSfgtilficent exhibit, the more sorely in counteracting and All of freeing the system from the malarial half of which I Jiave not told, has' poison, Headache, Indigestion, Conbeen sent here by a government that stipation, Dizziness yield to Electric knows no equal, nor pauses for the Bitters. 50c. and $1.00 per bottle at lack of money, when the manifest.! Williams & Bell's Drug Store. tlon of her greatness and superiority X11 Inlernntioual Poetnge Mtnmp. is at stake by a government acknowledged by friend and foe as the If you write a letter to a correspondent in the United States, you can enmightiest upon earth jrifc 12. S J. close a stamp for a reply. But supIetterJjWntten by Kev J. pose you write to some one abroad, From n Gunderman, of Dlmondale, Mich., we and wish tb prepay the answer? How are permitted to make this extract: are you to do it? 1 he Intel national Postal Union is "I have no hesitation in recommending Dr. King's NeDiscovery, ns in session at Washington this month the results were almost marvelous in and it is desired that it shall author-thiz- e the issne of on International the case of my wife. While I was postage-stam- p which shall .serve this pastor of the Baptist Church at Rives Junction she was brought down with purpose of prepaying the reply to a Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe. letter to a foreign correspondent. Terrible paroxysms of coughing Such h stamp should avail to carry a letter from any one ot the countries would last hours with little interruption and it seemed as if she could not in the Postal Union to any other. It survive them. A friend recommend- should be for sale iu all countries, but ed Dr. King's New Discovery; it was not supersede the ordinary stamps, as its chief use would be this one of 'preqnlck in its work and highly satisfacThe need of this tory in results." Trial bottles tree paying replies. at Williams & Bell's Diug Store. btamp has been suggested before, and an American, resident iu London, Regular size 50c. and $1.00 who writes from here to the Evening Chill tonics containing arsenic Post about the matter, tells of the make children look not flesh. queer little detail that has heretofore Arsenic puffs them upand ruins their prevented its issue. It seems that at bone its dangerous. It ohould only present the .various stamps which be given by the direction of u physicarry letters between the countries o cian. Dr. Bell's Peppermint Chill the Postal Union are not of precisely Tonic contains no arsenic. It con- the same value The amout ol gold tains no nrseuic. It contains no in an English sovereign will buy 96 kind ot polsoh. It cures chills per- btamps for foielgn postage iu Engmanently. It makes stout, sound land, 100 in Prance, tor in Germany, bone and rich, red blood; flash vigor and 99 iu the United States. One Way and vitality. For sale -- by Z Wayne that is suggested to prevent this Griffin & Bro. from making trouble is to charge a little mote for the internaNotice In Our 1 tender. We are iu receipt ot an invitation tional stamp than forordlnary stamps from Messrs. John Wedderburn & Co. for foreign postage say, six cents in asking that we be present nt the reg- this country instead of five, and three ular monthly meeting ol. their Board pence in England instead of twoBut wuether this of Awards to be held in Washington pence halfpenny. City, on the evening ot the 24th of precaution is ueeiled, or not, there ought to be an available stamp by this month. This invitatipn is also extended to which the reply to a foteign letter any of the readers of our paper who may be prepaid. That is so clearly a find it coitvenlent to be in Washings matter of business convenience that ' the International Postal Union should ton ou that date. It is said, but seems The Board consists of Hon. William provide for it. almost incredible, that the American M. Stewart, chairmau; Congressman Claude A. Swansbn, of Virginia Mr. authorities opposed the international Mr. John C, Eckloff, cashier of the stamp, 'because it would Interfere Strong National Bank of Washing- with a comfortable revenue they now ton, Mr. Frederick E. Woodward, of get from the double postage collected the firm of Woodwnrd & Lojhrop, on foreign letters insufficiently prepaid Harper's Weekly.. and Mr, Arthur C. Moses, of Wash nt mm weeks, as we all know, preparations were everywhere being made arrived one saw But when the u again, what one al ays sees on oc- processlon or caslons like it, tlia parade, after all, 6 ny great lunc- Hon. Id vrv mifhl like everything else In life the (merest it inspires depending upon tUatnrhlch each individual hag in himself to bring to Its enjoyment. The patriot is stirred by such a one as we witnessed thefbther day. He never loses sight of the great idea being celebratrfY"ri8r ceases-t- thrllt with its meaning. But the small boy sees only the glitter , and glow of that which passes before him. The young woman taking a holiday is blind to everything but the happy chance which'is hers of seeing it alt by the side of her lover; the speculator witti seats for sale refijgnized only a field for profit, wtmle te"w'omajL of hospitable instinct finds an unexpected opportunity for the exercise of her talents iu adding to the pleasures of SNAKEJ3T0RY. Good One that Comes Montgoma Moonshlnor, From ery County. Kit Powoll Was and While Making LI- -. , quor Was Bltton by Many Rattle- snakes. Pulaski County comes to the front with asnaka story that is rather unusual even in this line. It was told at the Custom House during the recent terra of the United States court by a resident of that section nnd vouched for by him. "Kit" Powell Is a typical moonshiner and has often gotton into trouble ou account of his. propensity for making liquor without first com-- . plyirTg with the internal revenjie reg. ulatiiua. Frequent arrests had at last taught the "shiner" that it was best to be cautious, and when he de- termined again to engage in the illicit business lie determined to conduct his operations with such a secrecy that he would be safe from detection. He .accordingly selected a site for his distillery that was well hidden from the; view of the few who occasionally passed that way. He built his distillery over a large flat rock that offered a suitable place lor a foundation lor a still, and having obtained the necessary apparatus cojn- plected the arrangements to beirln 0 business. At last one evening just alter sup-- 1 per he told his wife that he was going to his still and would be gone all night. He also cautioned her not to say anything to any one about where he was going. The next morning wheu he did not come home, she thought that he naa oeeipvept a little longer than usual and would return during the course of But when he had not returned at night she began to fell uneasy, and his nonappearance the next day filled her with alarm. However, she kept her fears to her self till well on on toward night, I when she became so uneasy that she confided the secret to one of the neighbors and asked his advice. Summoning one ot bis companions he proceeded to the place where the still had been built. Arriving there he easily fonnd the house, and going ' to the door looked iq. A horrible sight met his gave. There sat Powell in a chair stone dead and his corpse swelled to such an extent as to be unrecognizable, while the whole floor, to the depth of two feet, was covered with huge rat tlesnakes, which were squirming, ' twisting, hissing, sounding their rat tles and every once in awhile striking ' the body of the dead man. Hastily retreating he informed his companion of how matters stood, and after a consultation it was determined to summon the men of the neighbor- - j hood and make some disposition of body. An examination o'l the , house upon the second visit showed no change in the situation, nnd it was--' determined that it would be too dan? gerotis to attempt to do .battle with the snakes for possession of the body. A second consultation was held, which resulted iu an agreement to call iu a local minister and hold funeral services at the place, after which the house should be fired and the body cremated. The minister was sent for, and amid the den oi the hissing and rattling of the snakes the services were gone through. The house was then fired and the congregation stood aroutig to witness the cremation. When the tire attacked the snakes they began to crawl out of the house, I Cooperative nnnblnc tor Farmers. The American Agriculturist, ot April 4, again uucussm cxltloilally the "entire feasibility of roopcrathe banking among farmers." "This onn he done, ' it, says, "by slight modification of the system of cooperative wnings fund nnd building associations or cooperative, banks, which prated no remarkably successful In American cities. These Institution now hold over $300,000,000 ot deposits and are athoroughly demou-titratpractical success. The. Baxou Land Credit association (a report upon Which can bo obtained by writing to the secretary of state, Washington) is modification of the. ItalfTeisen system, which in Prussia and Germany hajs achieved the same success among the w orking farmers of those countries that tha cooperative banks hOTe achieved In our American cities. The people's bank of Italy and neighboring countries, based upon, much the same plan, have had marvelous success. A report giving further particulars upon the Saxon Land Credit association has been published by the department of state for free distribution, in which Consular Agent. Peters sajs with n truth that can never be questioned: "What AECilcn farmers require to relieve them of the present financial strain under which they are living Is the power to borrow at the lowest possible Interest consistent with their Securities and the finon- -, clal conditions In the great centers of the s ed Akttjittic reft thi It . lasts twice as lono- . ... merit. Atflal will convince . Will pliate the most faatldlous. you or Ita great an ntftrre. - CHARLES F.MILLER. Mfr.ol '" FRENCH MILLED TOILET SOAPS AND PUUFUMCRY, ESTADLISHttO, M yfi yi i f PROFESSIONAL Lancaster, Perm. y lft1. CARD. prom IIAltTroRD, square. M. I,. jJT KT- - AW W'ill practice, his profession in Ohio and ufiioinlng counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given t- collections. Offico oast side ofpurhV Hbavrin. HEAVRIN Shelby Taylor. & TAYLQB, n,... fatits chants and manufacturers and bankers business entrusted to his care. Col nnd other Intelligent observers iu every lections a specialty. Office over Ohio part of the country is not for some repairs to our financial system, but for a Count? Bank. Also Notary Public. jfieui. o government papercan DES. lSIJE3Jk.3LM. be tree from objection, because Its vol. Wfiffty jiiui itiyj redeemabillty will uepenu In . . , , Bwm and f"""1 tbePlnl0, of &T JL&WS lupart upon opinions of tho presi-- I wA ucnu rio one can be certain that thesa ; ... ,, -. "ik"i will be correct lp ail years to come. If , "' Pctico his profession in tho we could bo sure that thev would al- - courts ot UU10 nnd adjoining conn Special attention triven to col ways be correct, wo could Dot bo sure ties. that tho government would alnays bo lections. Office in Courthouse. able to maintain a sufficient reserve-fothe redemption of tho notes. If tho JNO. B. WILSON, weight of a pound and the length of a yard were liable to be changed at anytime by congress, the uncertainty could HARTFORD, KY. hardly bo so dangerous as tho present OPECIAL atteution given to col uncertainty regarding the unit of value. t Ipnllnna mnlrinr. nltDtrnnfa &n . .. "' P Th!.. emltllita tohi. ca n.nn. . I.A ma. J '"""" aieo notary t, . .. lor Uliio County, ' 1'ublio U,e country, not who do the business o of OfficeNprth side alone In the north and east, but also in the south and west, demand the withR. E. LEESIMMEKMAN, drawal of the go eminent notes. Iron Age. Government Currency, Hartford, Ky. The reason bank circulation has been decreasing through a term of years, Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and why it is Inelastic, remaining almost without change from season to uouecuons careiuuy and promptly at-- I leasonJsthat the security for it Is a tended to. Office with T. J. Smith denoslt ofcrovernment bonds. Tho & Co., Market Street. bank capitaf Is in tho treasury instead of iu business. The profits on circula O.B. VICKERS, tion decline as tho bonds lncreaso in value or tho rate of Interest declines, and the redemption process is slow and HlIRTFORD, KY., Ineffective. The dangers of the govWill practice hii profession in Obio ernment currency and the deficiencies Special atof the bank currency are now pretty and adjoining counties. Vlt 1.0VOnt7.fl nnd avm..., Antr alinn.a tn. tention given to all business entrusted Offico in Republican creased earnestness In the demands of lo his care. business men for a complete and per-t- h buililiog. HARTFORD, KY. world. So long as they must borrow from the local money lender they must pay a high rate, ot Interest for accommodation. Perry Wosterfield, It is this high rate or Interest under which our firmer r now etrivlng and falling' responsible for the general unreet that an? "a"raction. llemove the high rate Beaver Dam, Kir. of Interest, give them the same oDoortunltr to use their credit as men engaged In other business, exchange mortgage H. R. WEDDING on the farm for one with a reasonable Interest, which the farmer can pay arid have something left for the savings bank, and HAKTFoni). Ky. wo will restore happiness and DrosDerity. "The quest'on has been solved by the practice his profession in all farmersand landholders of Europe, and the solution ot the problem did not con- . pine courts of Ohio and adjoininc sist In the Issue by the government of a counties. Also Notary Public. mass of debased currency circulated Office, ih Commercial Hotel. among the people at a fictitious value. The end was reached by the farmers and landholders by their own force and coopera- T uviii, "J ins louoaing or associations which in time became a power In the land and ATTO'RNP.'V AT YV whose nnanclul strength was measured by j ... Undoubted eecurtttM vhtph n.l1llA.i UMUIVH, V. iiAKi'FOUD, KY. uo puoMa was only too glad to Invest In." Will practice his profession in all th A tierr iHnnnelnl Syatenl. courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Tho demand now heard from mer- Careful attootioo will be given to a Kttorneys oi Law Attorney at Law Attorney at Law, Ui' T.AW """'" Tn -- AlTOrney " 3. .; "i"" TJTr-rXn- iV Attorney at Lavtf .. rrr. , ',"',. Attorney ai J.aw Attorney at Law, mnent cure-I- ron Ago. -- I Confluence Makes Gold Plentiful. ' The gold standard does uot restrict us to tho use of gold. Our country, like every other gold standard country, uses vast amounts of silver concurrently with gold. Thore is no shortage of gold. Its production is steadily Increasing1. .When confidence prevails, there is no lack of gold for currency or any other purposes. HARTFORD, KY Will practico in all tho Courts Attorney at Iaw of Ohio -- ARMISTEAD JONES, i I aud adjoining counties. Special atOffice tention given to collections. with County Attorney. mi. iWi..Hi...i..m.- pr.n;i' Ml I Interest, The Appreciation ot the dollar In which wages are paid and consequent lower prices are constantly and certainly to the advantage of tho wage earner. De- -i preclatlon of the dollar and consequent higher prices are always and certainly' to hi damage. Wnse-ISarne- Republican Tho and the St. I.ouis Somi-wQekly Globe-Domoerat one year for $1.75. Btates ington, D. C. striking at everything within their reach. Fearful of being bitten the congregation retired come distance so as to beoutof danger, aud it was well they did, as wheu the flames were at the hottest the mash in the still, having become heated to a high temperature and the opening to the worm being closed, the still blew up and the (.hatred remains of the house, the scorched snakes and the half cremated body of the dead man were scattered tu the four winds of Heaven. Louisville Dispatch. Aiuerlrmi Jlerclmnt Murine. The American Protective Tariff League has just issued, in document form, the speech ot Senator RlUins of Wcet Virginia on the subject oi the Beware Of I want every man sad womtn in the TJnlteA loteretted In the Opium and Whiaav bablte to nave one of my hooka on theae Address U. 11. woellej, Atlanta, Oa., lloi 581, sod one will La tent joa tree. Mrrica. TASTELESS Li TONIC wmjifrrrrgm -jn- H I LiL blar-kene- American Merchant Marine and Discriminating Duties. This complete presentation of the benefits of discriminating duties as pledged by the Republican platform should be read by every voter. Any of our readers can obtain a copy for two cents. Ask for Doccuuient No. 44 and address W. P. llenl,y- 8.S.3. (guarantied purely vegetable) Wakeman. Gen'l Sec., 135 West 33rd at , New Yoric, deep-seate- daily daily West bound L Louisville 7 55 a in 6 30 p m L Btandenbnrg . . 9 2 7 55 Mr. Lincoln Nelson, of MarshCeld, Mo . . 0 A9 8 20 writes: "For six years I have been a L Irvingtoii. 8 $fi sufferer from a scrofulous affection of LStcphenpott . r 10 28 the glands of my neck, and all efforts L Clovetport . . 10 47 9 18 of physicians in Washington, D. C, LHawesvilte . . it 12 944 Springfield, 111., and St. Loula failed to L Owensboro . . 12 15 puna 48 reduce the enlargement. After six c 15 n 55 mouths' constant treatment here, my Ar Henderson . . No, 44. No 42 physician urged me to submit to a redaily daily Iiast bound moval of the gtaud. At this critical moment a friend recommended S.S S., L Hennerson . . . 7 20 a m 2 55 pm d preju- L Owensboro . and laying aside a . . 8 25 3 55 bedice sgsiust all patent medioines, I hot-tl- o L Hawvllle . . 9 5 4 S3 gan its use. Before I had used one . . 5 17 950 the enlargement began to disappear, LCloverport . . 10 n 5 35 nnd now it Is entirely gone, though lam LStcphenport 6 16 10 51 not through with my second bottle yet. L Irviugton 6 39 ,1118 Had I only ued yourS.S.S. long ago, L flrandonburg 12 45 p m 8 00 I would have escaped years of misery Ar Loulsvil)e and saved over $150." run: t.ijii.i: 1. 1. k. . hi; vvttt This experience is like that of all who d blood troubles. KY. JA suffer with even OOINO KAST. The doctors can do no good, and kuife prove either Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 a. m. their resorts to tho fruitless or fatal. S.8.S. is the only Mail No. 222 a 1 02 p. tn. real blood remedy; it gets at the root of- Fast Mall No. 202 a 7 25 p. m. the disease and forces it out perrna- the Knife. I)iilavlllt.,lleiiilerii ,LNt Wy CO In Kirtrl Juno Loula Hull. I. ... deep-roote- ... opiNO WRbT. fiKsrOTPICw mi.' ni :::" :: r 1 - :rz ,zz ' ,: "r v1- - Is a blood lemedy for real blood troubles: Sole it cures the most obstinate cases of A scholarship iu the Lexington Scrofula, Eczema, Caucer, Rheumatism, blood remeBusiness College, A scholarship in etc., which other fail to touch. 8.S.S. gets nt the Bryant and Stratton Business College, dies of the disease and forces it out perroot Valuable books will manently. A 'cholrashlp In King's Commercial College, A scholarship in Kenyon lie sent free to auy address College. Swift Apply at thiioQlceand we will save by the Co., Specific you big money. Uu. ... for A Real Blood Remedy, Fast Mnil No. 301 0717 a. ui. No. 221 a 1 25 p iu. Mall Local Freight No. 291 a 3 25 p. tu. II. MlUtHlCK, Agt, Thq and tho Republican Courior-Journajya- r. ono ymv for $1.50, .- -d. - Y " -a tStii mriinaa miiwawi M imiunt awawwa rtflUBUlfl bticinMfTworld think MnalH rooster, btcauetbey want to held Mftro ftMUrnK,rji. During iio month of April com tin! vote of the tound money Demowork. Tho stream needs of doing without it. The gfeat finan-c- i FRIDAY, MAY at, 1897. r, fay Gould carried all his large crats, but what dojhey want to hold plaints regarding the small volume cleaning out. amount of life insurance In the United them lot? Just to get their votes. of business were universally heard, Office on Fox Stroot. Tiik Ropubllonn Slato Convontlon States Life Insurance Company and Meet- That Is it exactly. And that Is all but when the trade was summarised " Merit talks" the ImiipiI litcry Fildny ill llnuloril, Hy. baa been onllcd to meet August 10, among Its jiolicy holders are the very the use they have for us They are it was discovered that the aggregate Intrinsic vnluo ot MBS 3 Wester-fieldbent business men In the country. enemies of Fopullstisin, hut if they was fnlr, mid that the mouth was not IIood'tBarMparllta. SAM A. ANDERSON .Editor. at Louisville, to nominate a candiC&l lis policies ol Insurance is notonly date for Clerk of tlio Court of Apcan sole us they will. What kind of so unprofitable as Miicanuice at tint Merit In medtalno means tho power to Subscription, $1.26 por yoar peal. safe but is furnished nt the'sery low-c- ut a paity would the sound money Dem- indicated: This leads to n more cure. Ilood'aBarMimrlllapoMCMicfiaetuil possible cost to the insuicd.. at Hartford Entered at the ounts, the free silver1 DemoornU and bouyant view ot the present situation, and unequalled curative power and there fore It When you bay Col. S R. Dent its enterprising-genera- l Mr. Helm as second class mail nutter. HAinroiti), with rlvor navigation Mr. Miller Popu.fsts make? They could not and it is said that the character ol Hood's his true merit. tako it according BflnwparllU.snd ,and tho prospects of a now railroad, la ngent in this locality, has btulueM is more satisfactory though to directions, to ' agree on anything, purify your blood, or Situaa very deairable place for someone to written many policies in this county Mr Helm Is an excellent speaker It is far Immftlist It should be. Even euro any of the many blood dl(cfics,yoa and has paid many claims to the de aro morally certain to receive benefit. tion. start tomo manufacturing establish-menlnndn man of strong convictions. He the pig Iron nnrket, which was compendent families of policy holders has never 0 fill In ted with either ol the pletely demolished, nnd Is still so, re- Tho power to euro la there. You are not ports the April ttade as better than trying an experiment. It will make your here. No man with a family or who otd parties? Mood pure, rich and nourishing-- , and thus The Ureat Tennessoe Centennial seeks n sale and profitable investment Mr. Holm Advlsos Populist to The Populists of this community had been expected, and to some drive out tho germi ol disease, strengthen Stoor Cloar of Fusion. is now open in full blast and tho ought to neglect for a.day the duty of who hit: opposed to lusion will not agents here It wn the beat month for tho nerves and build upthewholotritem. buildings and other attractions are obtaining a policy of insurance In the soon forget what Mr. Miller said the quite a period. Farmers, as n rule, . said to be equal to tho World's Fair United States Life Insurance Com WRSTHRi'itiLii, May 10 day he was nominated that those who are receiving better prices for their at Chicago in 1893. Largo crowds pany. The PopuHsUmhlagain last Satur oppose fusion are traitoro, neither products, nnd consumption is increas aro in attendance every day. day to hear the report of the commits will they soon forget that he was in- ing- . ItrxpoiKltilllllmal lha I'rm. REPULIOAN TICKET. All the speculative markets yesterThe newspaper is the only reading tee which attended the committee vited to the homes ot Populists and The Kentucky Scnato this week matter of the large classes ot . the com- meeting at Hartford the preceding Republicans', but refused on the pre- day had a better undei tone. A tumor Is the best. In fact the Ono True Blood Purifier. Bloctlon Nov. 2, 1897. has been thoscencs of wild commotion. It was circuUUd that Mr. tense ot going home, but put up with thut the dilTciince btluccn England Prepared only by 0. 1. IIood&0.,Lowell,Mai. munity, said the Rev. Dr. Chailes II. Monday. Senators Bronston and Goebel, J. I Miller was Coming out io put n prominent free rilver Democrat en and Tr.iusv.ml had been arranged, Eaton, ol New York, In rf recent County Judge, Jos. A. Park. und that Kuglnud had made concesscaptured tho house and took Hood's Pills this side ol the river on "The Responsibilities ot the the harness on the County Clerk, M. 8. Kagland. charge of the presiding officer's chair Tress." The school addresses Itself Poptrusts and have them to vote the Mi, Miller loqked very pale during ions satisfactory to President Krueger, Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, Triinrt-r- e Oiilrmiliil, County Attorney, M. L. Heavrin. and have been running the Senate to to one period of n man's life. The fusion (or rather the Democratic) Mr. Helm's speech and hiachin quiv- caused higher prices in London lor Tickets wilt be on Bale at the folSherifT, 8. T. Stovcns. suit themselves. pulpit speaks to a limited congrega- ticket. This, news being circulated, ered at different times. ThePopus American securities, which affected School Superintendent, Fon Rogers. strongly the domestic ttcck market. lowing rates, dales and conditions: tion, mostly on Sundy, but the.ncws-pape- r and perhaps the extremely busy time lists are jubileutiover Mr. Helm's deReports f rum almost every part of Jailer, Tbos. H. Black. 6 20 cents for the round trip, on sale influences every stage of a with farmers caused the crowd to be fense ot their patty and 'the resolution While the imports ol merchandise Assessor, 0. 1). Royal. Ohio county indicate that tbcro will be continue large, the exports arc alto daily until nnd including October considerably reduced from the pres they recently passed. A Vimtoh man's life. It has become therefore Coroner, L. W. Hunt. a large crop of corn planted this among the people the Magna Cliatta ceding meeting, due largely, accordvery hcaVy, and to a greater or less 15th, final limit to return November Burveyor, N. Moxley. degree oflnets the import movement 7th. 1897. year. Many farmers are done pIanULoftnelr liberty and the Bible of their ing to the writer's opinion, to first All Opporlnnlly Yon Now Ilnv MAGISTRATU. f4 SS Round Trip, on sale dally unIng, while others have not began religion. As perhaps more than any mentioned cause. ' ol testing the curative tlTscts ol lily's Europe is purchasing large quantities Hartford Dist Christopher Allen. The The house wao called to order by' Cream Balm, the most positive Cure ol securities, so that in nil probability til, and including October 30. Final tobacco crop will not bo large in other one agency it is assisting in the Cromwoll Dist Jonl B. Wilson. the shipments of gold this week will limit 15 dnjs irom date nf sale except Mr. II O.King and proceeded to hear for Catarrh known this county this year. creation of a universal brotherhood. Ask your druggist for n 10 cent trial size or send 10 be smaller than wss predicted earlier. that no ticket thill lejr longer limit Great as its power has been in the Ironi the committee which reported Announcements. rrw uvLisiatuiu i... vutuwicitu ;.. past is destined to still greater in- by saying that the County Committee cents, nc will mail it. Full The Illinois State Agricultural De- than Nov. 7th, 1597. una auu T, , iu size 50 it .. , . For nrpresrnmitvc-- . $3 45 'or the round trip, on sale partment has issued n gloomy crop ' m,JU"ru ,"" fluence. But it is a universal law refused to take action on the resolucents. V"' """,""' We are authorized to announce iuicultt-ih- ii 1110 iiiuu uaa that power brings responsibility. We tions and that the Editor Fordsville ELY BROS , 56 Warren St , N.Y.City report, which In connection with bad daily until nnd including October 30, uur. R. A. DYERS Final limit 7 days in addition to date My son was afflicted 'with catarrh, reports from California, assisted in As a candidate' for Representative paS3C.d and mli bccome a Iaw M has have a right to ask ol the press, as of Express claimed not to understand The committee reported his I induced him to try Ely's Cream advancing the price of wheat, but the of sale. from Ohio county, subject to the ac- - tho bUI to pay oft old claims against civilizition that it realize its great them. $2 83 for the round trip, on sate tion of the Republican party. the Commonwealth, and iurvmen and obligation and seek to fulfil it. I am evasive excuses, but it was clear to Balm and the disagreeable catarrhal gain was subiequently lost because of May 15th to June 7th inclusive, and Commercial Tribune. other oflicicials can get their money not one ol those whb demand either any one that he desired temporarily, smell alt left liltn. Me appears as realizing. September 15th to Oct. 25th Inclu-sivThe sound money Democrats, hav- for their work. Populist senti- well as any one. J. C Olmstead, , platform or press that it at least, to suppress of Itneklrn'a Irnirn Snlir. final limit ten days Id addition ing been shut out of the free silver position being riAreola, III. reach the ideal at a bound. It the ment. Any other The Best Salve in the world lor Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt to date of sale. This very low rate With corn worth from loc to 46c pulpit criticises the press, it must diculous to common intelligence. camp, will likely nominate a candi. Rheum, FeverSores, Tetter, Chapped ot $2 80 applies only to bonafide stus The Populist seem generally to date for Clerk of the Court of Ap- per bushel, hogs worth from 3o toMc not forget that it is itself by no means Jlcllr.MtY. Mr. C W. Taylor spent two days Hands, Chilblains, Corns, nnd all dents and their teachers in parties of peals. por pound, cattle worth from 3c to 4c ideal. Newspapers differ as much as think this is only a little hypocracy Skin Eruptions, and positively cures 22 and more on one solid ticket upon per pound, sheep worth from 3c to 4c individuals. The faults of the press on the part of the little fellow who is in Louisville last week. Piles, or no pay required. It is written appllcntiong-o- f principals of The Republican is being soundly per pound, wheat worth 81.00 per and the pulpit are the faults of indi- straining, every nerve, ligment and Miss Jennie Kelly, of South Car- - guaranteed to give perfectsatisfactlon colleges, schools and institutes. I abused by fusion Democrats and Pop- bushel and prospects for a good crop viduals of whom they are the pro- tendon to induce them to vote the roltton school, made a flying visit or money relunued, Price 25 cents Please notify me as early as possible ulists, all because we hare attempted tbfsyenr, our farmers should be deDemocratic ticket again and tninks home Wednesday evening, returning per box. For sale by Williams & ducts. Bell. 131 jr. of the date and parties will go and to throw some light on the fusion bus- lighted and satisfied. But recognizing the impossibility of by virtue of his wonderful position, as to school Thursday. have tickets ready. editor, he can whip then in. Miss Blauche Kelly iness in this county. The Herald perfection we yet have the right to Tuesday's Couiur-Jourua- l says: II Mburick, Agent. Times are certainly improving, as demand that the public press shall be will not publish auything that does When the forecrolnrivas completed ,or Louisville, where she will remain "Mr. H. n Klnsolvlng. of Mt Sterlthem in every tho following will show from the marked, Jirst by accuracy, second by Mr. Miller was called, who a'ter mak- several weeks taking lessons In dress ing, was nt the Willntd Hotel last aot exactly agree with KrrrvlKHtr Sari So. CoMnrats Caml r UtllmrUe, the meal won. partievlar, and are always suppress Breokinridge Netvs, a free ailver or- decency, and third by definite ideals. ing a few apologies began a denunci making. night He was in Louisville on busplea-amedical illaooierr the There are perhaps half a dozen daily ation of the resolutions published in J Mrs. C. W, Taylor visited' relatives, iness and was accompanied by his daiful refrmliinir to thooflaate, ago, gan: ing the truth. nnd netKeotlr " at Itchnls last welf. and iwaltlvolv en khlMyj. Ilvor and tiewoia, papers in New York that are substan- Tim RupublicAn, tried to make the "The Robertson Bros., out'at wife. Mr. Klnsolvlng said although cltamliNT the autlrn mVkvm, dliiel tetdt, The Democratic party of Ohio Mr. D. W. Roll amPfamlly, of Cen-trhave paid out In the last four tially accurate, that are characterized Populists believe they had no right to ueatlaone, he had not formally announced him- ear milonuBMM fovitr, Iwblnul coatallpatten county believes in perpetuation in of, months over $50,000 for stock. The by moral self restraint, and more or pass such, and that if the' were honCity, were the guests ol Mrs. O. self, he would be n candidate lor Con- and C O- UMlay; Pleasa bur ami try a Of d 10, '.O.smil. SoMasd stock trade over on the branch has lesj fice, as is shown by tho recent prima lofty ideals There are, however, orable men they would vote the fus- C Roll last Friday. gress from the Tenth district, now Biiarantood to cure by all UrogajtaW. been extremely lively this spring and Miss Cascbier, of NelsdnTwas the represented by Congressman Fitzpat-ricThey and convention. has put a great deal of money in cir- several New York papers that are ion ticket. He said he had the Demo1'or NMe culation among the farmers, who are neither as accurate nor as decent as crats under him and his foot upon guest of her brotherheredaiing the every man they had an opporHe thought Mr. Fitzpatrick A desirable farm of one hundred their necks, but failed to promise the past week. tunity to renominate. Every young paying more attention to it and are we have a right to expect. would be a candidate for the nomfnar reaping their reward. acrts. s'tuited neur Hartford, well Mr. nnd Mrs. R P. Miller and lain-il- tion." pulpit, has be- Populists to press down hard enough The press, man has, ambition in life and they watered, a good otched, two hundred ol Owensboro, arrived Friday A Fnlr Vlnjr U'irMloii. come badly sensational. As a people to cause them to let go of the rooster, will go slow about identifying them bearing trees, good buildings, and in evening. Mr. Miller returnel SunThe anti-mobill has passed the we love too much personal gossip. but he would let them loose if he It the system U fortiSad by Hood's Rood community. selves with that party. For further parHouse and will be approved by the Let U3 raise the level of public feeling could.- - Said a device was nothing bnt day evening. His wife and children SarsApcirllla, which rich, red ticular call at thin office at onrc. tf IrBro. Felix would employ a few Governor, and the extra 'session is and opinion by the encouragement of a signboard and that you may take a will spend several days vlth relatives blood, there is little cUnger ot stek here. more editors he could soon have the drawing to a close. The proceedings art, by the development of literature signboard down and the. distance-iN uc;s. IIimIhIiik Hie I aura. Mrs. Wilson gave birth to a Buy a suit that is honest clear policy of his paper changed again to in the Senate for the last few days and the rational interpretation oi rethe same. makes no difference It through Insist upon, it. cosU no suit the demands of the occasion. have been discreditable, and we do ligion. The pulpit, theatre and press whether an arrow or a hand be placed pair of twins girls last Wednesday EXCURSION TICKETS more than poorly constructed ones That paper is ashamed of the record not believe they will help Mr. Goebel rise and fall upon the shonlders ot the upon a signboard we understand the night gives a MtUfactton never approached VIA T1IR Mr. Abe Gaits Infant child died or Mr. Bronston before the people ot people. direction just the same. it made while Mr. Riago was editor by ewe of the kind. He attempted to discredit Sam Friday nlgt. Remains were taken to and Bhya it is not lesponsible for what Kentucky in their aspirations for the . . Keeps its shape as long ns you wer Horton for interment, McClure's Magazine for June will James, It. nod U a suit that will carry you Governorship. It is an obligation Joe Parker, Tom Watson and it said. It seems that it is not responTO,TIIB safe'y anywhere. A man that wenrs Mr S J. Tichenor, who lias been contain nnd article on the "Revue des all other middle-osible for what rt says at the present of a presiding officer to be fair and Populist. i a tlaat "fits" him madr por confined to his room several days, is Impartial. Lieutenant Governor deux Mondes," which ot all the jourHe was followed by Mr.W. A. Helm time. nut lwnvs haj a better opinion ol Worthlngton carried this obligation to nals in the world has probably made who said be himself, and feels more kindly toward to defend the inproving and will be out win. the rest of humanity. S D. Last week's Herald Bays the fusion extremes when he surrendered his the deepest impression on politics, resolution as passed by the meeting What kind ol nuit do you wear? ticket in this county will be placed seat to Mr. Goebel to hear Mr. Brons- - letters, and society. The article is and give his reasons. He said the And International Exposition When jou buy Pautaloons have Don't Unt Mrnrol. under the Democratic emblem the ton's appeal from his decision but written by "Th. Bentzen" (Madame resolution should have read: "We de them made to your order, too Wc Next Friday nnd Saturday are the Blanc), who has long been a member nounce fusion with the Democratic Mr. Goebel showed the grossest un make them up lor you from $4 00 rooster. That being tho case, why or "days set apart for the first examinaof the stall of the "Revue," and has Republican party as n scheme to de- tion of teachers For the above occasion tickets will up Made right Materials in any don't they display their emblem: fairness and partisanship as soon as who wish to teach in tie sold by known intimately most of the famous stroy the People's party " As to the he got in the chair. Free governthe Illinois Central Rail- style you may Itncr no matter what They know full well that they want ment and parliamentary Institutions contributors and tbe several editors, resolution sent to the Fordsville Ex- the public schools of the county or road nt varying times, rates and sort we have Hum and the price is to make it appear to the Populists that State It is not necessary to get scar- limits, including n ticket on sale always the Inweit.- will fall into contempt it from Buloz, the founder, down to tbe press the editor claims that he did -The Bdwar I not ed when you begin to they will have a fusion device. If duct as that ot Mr. Goebel think ol the or daily, good to return until November The FashionableRose St Co . Chicago ana Mr. present editor, M. Brunetiere. who know what to do with them did cot Taiiora that's the' includinn tickets having limit you are really supporting the ticket, Bronston can be allowed deal through which you "hive to pass. 7. and make to go un re- has just concluded very successfully understand them of twenty days, fifteen days and seven goods they put their names on the This may be cor- The idea Is to go put up your emblem, and let the peo- buked. belore the board as days; also tickets on Tuesday and it's n pledge ol good a course ol lectures on French literarect, but a man of such limited underple know. TiisvstON it. Itverj thing ture before severot American colleges. standing as this is liable to be decoy- well prepared as posrible, do the bet Thursdays of each week with limit of The bill allowing the names of you can and leave the result to the fifteen dnjs. For full particulars as that Roes toward m iking your suit a to go on more than one ticket finished product, in found in this ed luto p deal like the one befue us Some little Democratic board nnd to the Lord. hrni lloiiornbly KfTeelPil Many a per-- 1 to which of the above applies Irom make Tlielhtinga was a good bill, and, In the interest Una Fusion In Olilo I'nutify. theqitalily the your nearest Railroad con lor discussion. papers aro always harping on the son has missed getting a cerliflcate j just exactly right UonwiU, tte'iiiJTcSSml tall. fit the stjle-i-it'ol a free choice by the people. Mr. The Fordsville Express aud HartThe speaker said he did not ques- by becoming unduly excited and road, call on or address your nearest in everj detail, or you can have your Some ofMhe promised prosperity. Goebel and Mr. Bronston, as leaders ford Republican are fussing about money back. tion the honor of Mr. Miller; but did missing questions that under ordinarailroad Ticket Agent. narrow minded editors had rather see of the free silver men, who desire to the fusion In Ohio county, and both Every new weave and cilorlntr tlmt question the judgment of any man ry circumstances wouul be answered Wm, the country bankrupted than to see make any fusion between Republicans papers are quoting Joe Parker, our Murray, Dlv. Pass. Agent, fashion dictates as chic every idea claiming to be a Populist and thus with no trouble. Our advice is to New Orleans. tho times become good liko they were and sound money Democrats, diffis candidate for Clerk ot the that goes towards giving you that Court of under Republican rulo. The Repub- cult, were justified in opposing it by Appeals The Express opens the con- departing from the teachings of Tom keep cool, don't loose your head and Jno. A. Scott, Dv. Pass. Agent, well dressed appearance so mneh tl... sired by all men, is und in Suits of Watson, Joe Parker and others. The retain your wits. Remember if you Memphis, lican Administration has only been in any regular parliamentary methods, troversy thus: this make. whole scheme is nothing but a vain miss that others have done the same p a., Chicago. A. H Hanson, 0 power two months and already there but Mr. Goebel took a meau advanOrder taken by Carson & Co,, "Hon. Jo A Parker, Populist can- attempt to assist the demoralized thing Hustler. W A Krixond, a o.p.a., Louisville. Hartford, Ky. is marked in the tage of Lieutenant Governor Wotth didate for Clerk ol the Court of Apimprovement Democrats to get a little pie. The JlV-.jmington's.excessive fairness and allow- peals, writes us a personal letter in commercial world. whole ticket will be defeated I think ed Mr. Bronston to take, without in- which he says: 'Now that these comit ought to be The Democratic lead(tQ,fPayfor is again in order for Mr, B, D. terruption, ridiculous and outrageous binations are made, however, I shall pC4fc Hoard Riugo to come out in another card, means to hamper the majority of the urge Populists to stand by and elect ers saw defeat coming and have seized aud I'liitiou endorsing Mr. J. P. Miller. Ringo Senate and prevent any action on its the fusion ticket, where fusion has the Populist as a staffto support them A Everj thing lur in their dying struggles We should Q nlshed for the was editor of the Herald at the time part. The majority lacked leaders been honorably e fleeted.' " let them fall and when they are comAspeci il Summer -' that papcraccusod Mr, Miller of eelliug ship or it would never have submitPray tell us what constitutes an down we cm pick them up Term of8 Seeks out the Populist party to Hon. Jno, ted to such flagrant violations of its honorable fusion? The State conven- pletely Whttli twin June 8 and unite them with the Republicans W. Lewis. Mr. Miller is the same rights. Mr. Goebel played with tion passed the following resolution, 1897. All our students will liavo tho opportunity of attending that will be dissatisfied with this roan that he was then, and them as if they were, children. His which we reproduce by way of and gain a victory of principle. I do a.830olatlo- nthe reader's memory: "That not think the Jitngo "cussed1' him on every corner. course gets applause now, but when Which moots in Bowling Qroen June 29 30 nud July 1, '97. If you want a better education, proparo administration can five yourscJf under the de- satisfaction, hut I do It mains that Mr. Miller has his foot he goes before the people whom he we favor think the'ReH for teaching, get abetter certificate, or to tako n thorough Commorcial Couree, it will pay yon to write has cheated, things will be diflerent. vice of the IJlow and Hammer, or else to us oa kU neck. publicans come nearer doing what Hpecin) emphasis put ou the Statu ToaoUora' Courso. You can enter now and find "olasMs to mt you' Commercial. under a Citizens' device, separate and they sny than tbe Democrats Mention Couho wanted. JrWrit8 now. CHERKY BROS., I'roprietor apart from the national device " is the plaiu duty of good citiIr One day last week Deboe, the new Southern Normal School and Bowliug Green Buiiuew College, Bowling (Ircon, Ky. ' I olject to Republican principles I Has this been done in Ohio county? zens wherever fouud to cast his. vote Senator from Kentucky, visited the t for the party that ho thinks to be stationery roam of the Senate and We have asked lor information from do not think they can give prosperithe Fordsville Express, and the ans ty, but the Democrats have no princiright, but no man can vote for two .made a selection ot paper, puns, penThey always have a theory to swer has been an intimation of our ple. parties at the same time and still be cils, blottipg pads, a fitness for the lunatic Rsylum. , Mr. get office, but it stands before the peoright, when tho parties difler on the pen knife and other appropriate artiWorsley said at the State convention ple to day a party of broken prom HAVE OPENED THEIR " issuos presented to the people, henco cles. , Hi. that the Populists ol Ohio county ises. I cannot support it. 1 do not the fusion between Democrats and think that is all I want," he would vote under a fusion device. "I believe any honorable Populist will If Populists is a mixture, and If one is said, as he turned to go. who views properly the situation. he said to then nnd he surely did "Haven't you lorgotton a cork, why doesn't he say so now right the other is wrong. These are Mr. Miller says theie Is nothing In throngh screw?" asked the clerk, questions to deoide. the columns of his paper? If the a device, if not, why will the DemoNo," said the Senator; "that is Populists of Ohio county are to vote crats not vote under the Plow and Last summer and fall the Courier-Journ- one thing I do not want, even if I do a fusion device, we prop.ist to co op- II miner? He says it is a signboard, Kentucky. I do dot was accused of once being a come from erate with them, andjwe urge that the Cirrect He pa) sit makes no differdrink " free silver paper. Our English ftulcyi del be curled out Dut Ifthe ence whether nn arrow or n hand be on the cornor was loud in Populists nre to vote the Democratic placed on It wc ttnderstind the direcI'riMrrllon hihI bnlrty. The days of wild-cbanks have ticket, we do not look upm it as au tion just the same Correct: but the denouncing that paper for forsaking its former principles &c., after it had pasted and with them has gone the honorable fusion, as it was not agreed essential thin,; Is the place to which We all know that the been explaiued that those articles days ol wild cat insurance companies. ttby the Peiple's party voters of they point wero writteu by u former oditor, Tbe one no lets than the other is now Ohio county, and we shall de every rooster points to Democracy Mr. Helm said the Deninents do Now, wo lake up the old files of the under tbe strident eye ol tbe law and thing wlthlu our power to defeat nny every depaitmcnt ol the business Is fusion wheio the Democrats are to not moan free silver; referred to their Herald and nmko oxtraots from them subjected to the motit careful examiswallow up the 1'eople'n puty. record btforc and sine tins Ust showing tho hatred of tho Doinoonitio nation by the officials of the State The People's Mrty must not go He said Mr Miller s plan that piny fur tho Populisti, the Uvali In the care ol the great United States down farmer's Journal. there is nothing in n nnpte is n fraud, fay j they have nothing to do with the Life Insurance Coiupany the State in the spiritual world it moans just Bah! Frank ofliviuls ot the grunt State of New prcnout management. Do your eye evtr smart, burn or the difference in a christian and n Felix owned tho Jftrubl then and ho York make Ircquent und careful In- Iftel r 'Ugh Sutherland's Eagle Eye sinner, in the secular world a name is owm it now, aud if be onunot control quiry into the niTilm of the ompiny Salve wtu biuisti tlmt Ictling. It :lmt the attending circumstanced Ins own buiinew be in certainly gutand the laws of Kentucky subject the will make your vision clear and disw make it. The name of Democracy has ting into a bad fix. operation.') ol the ompuiy t the in- tinct and will enable you to rend with- become n synonym of petfidy nnd spection 'if the Kei.tiK-kPut up in 5 cent tubes, shame, and we luolst not to be "unc-quillout tiling Tbtjw KiWu.r.li Hive nude life convenient and nice to tue. Two ap yanked nith sinners " FusA duo new OMNIBUS will meet all day tralm at Bwiior Dam. . Hi.. An e'gant vehiclo nnd good hr-iiikUMBt'e ns .ue Aortli ten times the ion is dstru'-tiHaul Slat. I re i.h to H'e People's par7U llwt I WU aHip. TMtMUlttJ. CMfTl guarantees a comfortable rids. All onlflM promptly attended to, L ave order tu Field's Livery Iuitu,'a.tue Co , i tav inv.- t pm c For by 6 Wayne Griffin ty in the crunty, State nnd Nation. Smble, corner Market und Uniou Streets, Hartford, inent, so thai now no liinnr r f y & tiro The Democrats refilled to give up the nun w mil ui in Hartford Republican. &?BSjhBt U10 Rouoii river need soma more Gov-ornm- eut standing in REPORT aai Of the Populist ing at . Merit i Q Vk9 post-offi- ce and Discuss the a. - Hood's Sarsaparilla Kiraaflffff set-m- middle-of-the-ro- ;.i....,., i..i e, tbe-pulp- it . 4 -- nt Glen-dean- e, al - 1 i. li tj k. likee b s -- Illinois (Jen. ready-to-we- ar the-roa- d was-ther- e TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL ISTetsJjcxriTlG. nit such-corf- r work-maiiRh- ip tt if a. can-didn- te s .' I ., It feeJvJLt n-- to-d- ay Tlio :E.ontuokySStato Toaohors' . paper-cutter- EEHRY FH3LD & S03T - .1 1-Y- t- ?? al ary at can-paig- 2sTe-- ofli-l.il- y x'q astuici ajroaaa Beaver IDiairt. 'X'lR.A.IfcNrsIF'IEro LI3jTE3 1 ,1 1 e iil 1 - SSTw" fW1 uiwiiii' nil nm J. ' "wiapffW'JHlll!lMHI yfV"' frwVf "Plfe L"1- O Riley has corn for sale. I. DON'T BE HUMBUGGED i- CIRCUIT COURT Livery LEXINGTON. Col. Forbes Trip to tho Stato The Floating studio Is nt Calhoon Take your stock to Stable. Mr. Honors Aitarded World'a Fair. Fltld's First and Second Day's Docket Disposed of. The OhioCiritt't convened Monday with ludgc W T Oyen on the bench aud CunuionwenUh's Attorney on hand The following Is the list ol names of the gentlemen cotiipoatng ihe grand Jury for the present turn: Elijah King, Ed Foreman, I. k Mowley, C. M. Bverly, Thomas lllckej ,F M.Porter, J. T Funk. J F. Wall.ce. Wiley B. Robertson, Ben Chamberlain, M,ark RenfrowaudJ E MigAn, Foteman. The following is a lint ol the names of the gentlemen composing the petit jury for this term: Wm. Bryant. W. P. Austin, Edwin Miller, 1. R Btun-e- r, P. II. Allord, C II. SUvens, E. S. Barnes, Sep C. Taylor.A. G. W. D Price, M J. Reld, P. L. Wood, J. J Keown, C. B. B. Felix, II. T. Black, L. M. Wilson, (D B. London, W, P. Leach, W. P. Jewell, Virgc CSherrod and Ud R. Williams. Commonwealth vs. D. A. Royal indictment quashed and referred to grand iury. Commonwealth vs Henry Nail stricken oil. Commonwealth vs. Jomes W. Mc Gill charged with petit larceny, facts submitted to the rourt, by consent the punishment was fixed nt one month in jail. All cases on Tuesday's docket were continued except Commonwealth vs. S. E. Moseley, which was stricken off. Com'th vs. B F Sullenger acquitted. Com'th vs. L. C Duke stricken from the docket. Several cases on Wednesday's docket were continued and several were set forward. The Court was behind on Wednesday's docket. Com'th vs. Oscar Whitter, charged with seduction verdict qf jury one year in the penitentiary. Com'th vs. Bob Her fined $15. The Grand Jury had returned two Indictments up to and including yesterday morning. J. E. Davidson tvas sworn in Mon- day as an attorney at thellnrtlord bar. Judge C. W. Massie, Owensboro; B L Kelly, Aetnaville; S. P. Roby, Fordsville; Judge Jep C. Johnson, Greenville, were visiting attorneys this week. Hoi-broo- k, Encampment. DR' ArJ , Belt went to Itvunsvllle i j- - Cut - By iluming circulars and prices that would-b- o competitors fail to meet, but come direct to Hartford and trade with Mr. L. Freenjao Is in tovnf Lljtle, wensboro, B. ul . ' ' . " Pheoitix Hotel, Lexington, May 10, 1897. I anlvcd in this beautiful city of the Blue Grass tcglon ou our head- Bnyy(iur dbtT$pade pants at J. Fogle & Co's. Where you can get FAIR& COMPANY She Seat Qci&liiy, She XOWest fYiees. wmm Absolutely Puro. Buy your summer underwear at J. ' It Fogle & Co's. Good shirting cottons for 4c at Jk H. Fogle & Co's. quarter train at 10:50 a, tn. As tho proceedings ot our Fifteenth Department Encumpcnt G A 11., now in session here, will appear in our dally CREAM THE BEST SELECTIONS, ' We Can Show "You Mens cock' shoes from Ladies Qne shoes Ladies good slippers , . , . . i . . . $i oo up 90c up . 50c up-- " " We Can Show You Good Domestic At . . . Good shirting Good calico Good lawns Best bed .ticking . . . . Turkey red tabic linen . r. ,7. 5c . 3tfc . 5c . 15c . 15c .40 We Can Show You Indies Hats, nicely trimmed, from , infant Caps nud Headwcar. ' . " 50c up, - besides a beautiful' line of ' We Can Show You Ladies belts Ladles Collars and Cuffs . . . Handkerchiefs French Woven Corsets Heavy seamless black hose io: ladles black hose, 2 pairs for Ladjcs nice parasols Lovely fans . . . . . IOC 35c net 5c IOC Rev. J S Chandler ias returned Celebrated for Its great leavening strength and health fulness. Assures from Owensboro, the iood against alum and nil forms ol Miss Pearl Joplln has returned to adulteration common to the cheap her home at Ellzabethtown, brands RoyalDakinoPowdkrCo., Nrw York. Bring ua your wool, feathers and ginseng to J. E Fogle & Co. Co. Buy Fertilizer from Carson & Children's Day services at the Patronize field's elegant 'bus line. Methodist Church Sunday, Buy your clothing of J. E Fogle & Dress and apron ginghams for 5c Co. Fogle &Co's at; J. E. Fo- per yard at J. E. Big line olladies belts "! m Big line of wash 'wool goods from gle & Co's. 8c to 15c per yard at J. E Fogle & Nice line ol gentlemens low cut Co's. ' shoes at J. E. Fogle & Co's. The Ice Cream supper at the Court Mr. D F. Olbbs has been appoint-eHouse last Friday night was largely r at Rockpott. attended. Mrs. E. C. Morrison is visiting her During court have your horse fed mother at Reynold Station. at Field's Livery Stable. Best of feed There were about 1,500 or 3,000 , low prices. ' people attended the dedication nt When you come to court next week Concord last Sunday. have your stock cared for by J. H. A trimmed Hat latest styles for Patton & Co. children at 50c. and Misses 75cnnd Mr. Wallace Graves and Miss Essie Ladies for $1 00 at Carson & Co's Ament, of Horse Branch, were mart ' We want your wool, feathers, eggs ried last night. ' and Ginseng for which we will pay Mr. McCarty, representing the E. the highest market price. E. Sutherland Medicine Co., Paducab, Carson & Co. was in town yesterday. I d post-maste- , r Mr. Wood Tinslcy has received itw Rev. H. C. Truman, Fordsville; R. formation from Washington that 'at O. Neel and Mr. Berry, Whitesvllle, 50c will be appointed at this were in town 5 esterday. 5C place. Mrs. Jennie Mosley, Owensboro, arBring on jour wool, your wife and rived on the Janie Rae Wednesday to daughters. You can buy Hats, visit the family of Capt. S. K. Cox. Boys suits . $400 Shoes and Dress Goods with wool at Mens all wool suits Mrs Henry Hoover, of Knuckles, Men aults .$2 So Carson & Co's. v. $1 00 . . Good pants arrived on the Janie Rae Wednesday If you want your picture enlarged to visit hermothei, Mrs C. Fi Schap-mire- , v- -. . . 48c Illne Mnd fancy cottonade pants 16 ounce cottonade pants . . . . . 75c you should Wedding. The . . .5C firm he is taking orders for guaranBoys kute pints all wool . . . Remember Field's 'bus meets all tees satisfaction. trains. - For the most pleasant ride to Mr. R. E. Settle an old Hartford Beaver Dam, leave your order at Collegs.boj, was nominated by the Field's Lj very Stable. Democrats for Circuit Court Clerk of A NernHJloiui! Elopement. Misses Susie Duke, Florence White of Hardin county last Saturday. Owensboro, May 19. The facts in and Mr. W. D. Luce left yesterday on What has become ol the telephone the steamer Janie Rae for afew days the most sensational elopement that line from Hartford to Owensboro? visit at Evansville and Henderson. ever occurred in Daviess county deThis wpuld certainly be n paying line veloped last night. Mrs. Minnie Schapmire is agent for the Globe Corlin, aged forty-thrand besides we ifeed it. years, the Tayloring Co.. Louisville, and is wife of Peter Carlin.and the daughter Dr. J. S. Coleman left Tusday for , to make your clothing in first-- of Eldred Crabtree, one of the wealths bo Reynold Station where he assisted in class btyle. Suits from $12 to $30. iest farmers in the country, ran off the ordination ol Rev. J. Denbam Fit guaranteed. with George W. Sheppard, a nine Hooker Wednesday at Zion Church. farm hand. The following named persons have Lace curtains, shirts, collars and paid their subscription to Tna ReCrabtiee owns the finest farm in cuffs and other articles laundried in publican since our last Issue: C the county, is a director in the Citifirst class manner by the Hopkins-vill- e L. Woodward, Centertown; J. A. zens' Saving Bank, the Fair CompaSteam Laundry. ny and other enterprises. Boiling, Barrett's Ferry; Wm. Ren-froLyman Williams, Agent. Mrs. Carlin and her husband had West Plains, Mo; V. Renfrew, resided at her father's Eome place Mr. H. P. Taylor, who is spending Sulphur Springs. s a few weeks at St. 'John, Kan., has The steamer Janie Rae landed since her marriage MrsTCarlln and Sheppard left sent us two pairs of Jack Rabbit ears, Wednesday eveniugat Hartford wharf ago. Monwhich measure 12 inches across Mr. loaded witli merchandise for our mer- on the Texas train at II o'clock Taylor writes that he is having a chants. The boat left Evansville, day night, and it is thought have pleasant time killing game, etc We heavily loaded for the different points gone to Florida, where she has an A note was found killed TELEOBAPET, PENMANSHIP, ETO. sappose the nlntirr til rlvr fVinf Mnnrt th?nk that he oranj c grove. rabbits, however the sporting boys the outlook is very flattering for a I Xfia 'he Hsba,nd whf she h,ad log would live around Hartlord think that he pur successful career for the new venture. , ne' V 'UZ4Z chased them from some hunter. aneppara ine resi 01 ner uie. For the Fish Frv at Rocknort. Kv.. The young ladies of Roslne will A JlnllroiMl Mrii'- - Vinjcr, CTbo desires to better his or her condition in life, should writo for June 5, you can get round trip tickets wo uaiaiogao 01 tuo give a straw beiry supper nt the home An old railroad worker was convertat one fare from all points on the Illi- ed and being present ofM S Ragland Saturday uight for at a meeting nt Central R. R., between Louisthe benefit of repairing the cemetery. nois which there were many inauiries, he No. 400 THIIID STREET. LOOiaVIIiLE. KY. ville, Owensboro nnd Greenville. Nevertheless that does not change was asked to lead In prayer. He hesYon cannot aflord to miss this Fish motto: "Live while you do live itated a moment, says Ram's Hum, The best Oxford Tie tor $1 00 is at our CEtll.M. Fry and public address on Masonry and for we are a long dead." We are exthen with trembling lips, he said Mr. C. R. Richardson ha3 built n Carson & Co's. by Hon. Thos. S. Petttt, ot Owensbopecting a large crowd and hope to reveMtly: "O Lord, now that 1 have new house and moved his family We will buy your bacon and hams. make the occasion a pleasant ns well ro, aud Judge R. II. Hampson, of flagged Thee, lift up my feet'from the here. Carson & Co. CouuiTTRnJ - Louisville. Everybody invited. as a profitable one. visitrough road of Hie and plant tbeui on Mr. Tom Paxtou, Imisville. J. D. Maddox, Sec'y. the deck ol the train of sahation. Mr. Evert Mauzy. Morgan town, ed relative here lat week. We are in receipt of the souvenir Let uie sec the safety lamp known as Mrs. Doio Biers, Point Pleasant, was in town Tuesday. Jurymen, Parties and Wiprogram of the West Kentucky Colt prudence, make all the couplings in tnesses, visited her parents here last week. Hon.'W. S. Morrison, Owensboro, lege at South Canollton, Ky., comMectlngofthe M E. was in Hartford this week. During court we will feed horses by the tralL with tire strong link of thy mencement extrcises to be held Juno Tne Quarterly love, and let my hand lamp be the Church, South, waihtdd at thisjilace 3d and 4th, The reunion bids fair to the week, at special low rates. Call on Field & Son for the cheapBible. And, heavenly Father, keep J. H. Patton & Co. Saturday and Sunday, Elder Hayes grandest school reun be one of the est and best Buggy Harness. all switches closed that leads oft the presiding, ions ever held in the State. Dr. A Curd From Mr, llneker. siding, especially those with 9 blind Mr. R. II, Jones, Hopkinsvllle, is is at the head of the school Mrs. A. J. Bell, who has been sick J. II. Thomas, et al: Fellow Repubvisiting his son. Capt P. Jones, here. for the past four months is improv- and his students are numbered by the licans: In j espouse to your generous end. O Lord, if it be thy pleasure have every semaphore block along Married at the home of the bride's ing. thousands. He has associated with" call requesting me to become a candiMr. J. R Hunter, on the parents, him able associates iu every depart- date for the for the nomination to the the line show the while line of hope, A large number ol Hartford people evening of the lath, Inst, Mr John attended the dedication at Concord ment. The public thoroughly ap- office of Representative of Ohio coun- that I may make the tuu of life withCalloway to Miss Mildred Hunter. preciates the pluck aud energy dis- ty in the next General Assembly f of out stopping. And Lord give us the ten commandments for a schedule; of sober lost Sunday. The groom is a youug-ma- u played by the promoters of the reunKentucky, will say that, for reasons Monday was a big day in Hartford. and industrious habits aud well merion and no doubt there will be sever, best known to myself, I am unable to and when I have finished the run ou its the respect of his neighbors and There was a large crowd in town and al hundred ol the Doctor's old pupils accept your request; however, I am schedule time, pulled Into the great dark fetation ot death, may tbou, the acquaintances; while his bride is a our busineta men nil enjoyed a good in attendance qu that occasion, glad to be so kindly remembered by superintendent of the universe say: young lady of mugh intelligence aud trade. you, and I very much appreciate the AOAIIllIta. They have stirteil accomplishments. Mr. Thos. Hicky and wife who expressions of your confidence in my 'Well done, thou good and faitful Manager for Mr. W. R. Noble, servant; corar nnd sign the pay roll on the voyage of lile with bright Kentucky for the New York Lile Inhave been visiting relatives at Owensability and integrity, nnd also of my and receive May peace and jour check for eternal prospects of success. boro, returned home this week. fidelity to our party. surance Co., was in Hartford this happiness. ' " happiness ever attend them is the week in the interest of his Company. Taylor will preach at the Rev. J. T. Again thanking you for your kind wish of their many friends. Adaburg Baptist Church Sunday. I ifiieitllounl. expressions, I nm, Truly yours, visitMrs. Sue Tillord, Cromwell, The Kentucky Educational AssociMrs J. P. Stopcr and children, who D M. Hookdr, ed relatives here last week. ation will hold its annual session in have been visiting her parents, Mr, Mrs Lisaie Garrett has been danG. S, Hamilton, of this place, return on Bowling Green, beginning a three WAntkd To borrow $600.00 gerously ill, but is somewhat better ed homo this week. property worth 4 times the amount. days meeting on June 29. This is in Louis. at thlfc wjting. Miss Jane Smith, of Daviess counCall on or address A. B., care Tim response to an invitation extended by the Hoard of Education a year ogo, at ty, is visiting ftknds and relatives Republican, Hartford, Ky. Newpott. Ilniil.irtl Ihnimlllo Tucket I. Inc. here this week The Evansville and Hytfonl PackTim attendance will be large, and Mf.Gllion Fielden's simHuor school Photographer Taylor will makeCab-Ine- t For more than twenty year et, Janie Rie. leaves Ilartfotd for I close last Sundfv. Photographs lor a short time at composed of .the most progressive we have been telling: how Evansville every Thursday and SunMrs. Jnck Wilton died Saturday ni- $1 50 per dozen and will be found ev- school people from all patts of State. day at 6 o'clock n m Arrives at Scotfs Emulsion overcomes the ter a week's illnetf and her remains ery Mouday at his Photo Car in Hart- - It is expected that there will be five Evansville every Tuts lay and S.it hundred Visitors of this class, were cnterred iu the Antioch Cemeexcessive waste of the system, Hord. 39 tf Returning urday at 9 o'clock p. tu The orocrram is out. It Is varied tery Sunday evening. She was a puts on flesh, nourishes and leaves Evausvllle tor Unrtiord every ami interesting. Every session will member of the Christian Church aud Eye waters 6t salves containing be opmed to all. Our own people build's up the body, making- it Tuesday and Friday at one o'clock p leaves n husband children and a 3 auenr of lead are dangerous. Some should value thii great opportunity m , arriving at Hartford every the remedy for all wasting- dihovt of (tiepds to mourn her loss. times sore eyes are cured with them ani Saturday at 4 o'clock p. seases of adults and children, and arrange to be present at every Mr Joshua Greer and Miss Sallio lead poison does not always result. tettiug, both to get the benefit or the m. For cabap rwtss on Ireig 1. 1 apply-oHamilton are Uking music lewons. Isn't possible for us to but it Thousands ol persons have lost, thelrj uieotiag and to show our appreciaboard of boat or to fas F Carsou, Ida. eyes as a result of the use of such tion of the honor conferred on pur tell the story In a mere stickagent, Hartford, "fey. Your pitrous ' preparations. Sutherland's Eagle city. age solicltedjr '"" Ail Oriliiiiiiire In the (loail MlMlntrjr. type. ful of newspaper Dr J. S Colemau, Hartford, pre- Eye Salvccoutatns no lead and canThe local committees have been at Cait W. H. Moorij, Manager. prepared for We have had -- JJ siding, J Dwilmiu Hocker, of Zion not Injure heeyea pf nbabe.. For work-- , and are maturing many pleasbook, us by a physician a little For Hnle. HjptUt Church, at Hayuesvilie, was Bale by 'A Wayne driflin & Bro, ant features tor our guests. Let the V frojij's New UniOne ol G telling in easy words how and ordnjned to the full work, of the GosI'll hi ' people of Bowling Green open their tot Fifty Oat. versal Atlas It Uy& vW best and educators, and make pel Ministry at Haynesville Wedneswhy Scotf 1 Emulsion benefits, Qiunnlesd tobacco hapli cure nulfo'neak boww to the finest Atlas thatjs Made Will sell day. men Mroinj , blood jure Us. 81. All drugckia. their visit one never to be forgotten. will and a postal card request cheap for cult A'unJy nt this offjee. The occasion way one of very great Press. be enough to have it sent to lntrrett to the Chinch aud communi D,it'tT!il)foTFfiud hueki loir Lift iwj. for-h- o would be a Asnull lotifwwl will buy a big you free. To-da- y ty A Bio Hnck'r is n m.in well ulforavtr.txtiatg Tu unit tobacco (Hull Deli- - till of III , ocrve nd vigor, uk lot ol Dry goods t Cnrson & Co's known lor lna piety, integrity and good time to send for it, Xht wi.odor worker, tbol roakM vrcali nn (long All drugliu, Woorll. Curodiaran-teoability with alt whu know him Kilucnte Yonr llawuli Willi Chioumu. SCOrf & DOWNR, NiwYhI llouklot and (ample frc. Adilre Candy rjulmrilc, cur Kwullpillon furoxr II C Tbi'man. WHBHHIMMJsMEaMa&M Bunion lictacdy Co CUIcieo or New York, lOo Wo KO O V faU.aruyKUurclundiiicner . . i 15c post-mast- We Can Show You see-CH- your Feathers. We will buy your Wool. We will buy your Eggs. We will buy We will buy your Ginseng. We are doing a legitimate business,on business principles, and want your trade, come along with your money or produce and we will see that yon are satisfied with prices, quality and stylos. With each purchase of $2.00 or over wo give you a handsome picture to ornaVery Truly, ment you home. 1 ee pre-par- I w, , twenty-threeyear- CHOaT-HAIT- 0HL rfkf P f7) Jnl?rstS??SteZ4Z?iJft7M asay BRYANT & STRATTON SSSSafSsi. papers and will no doubt reach our home readers before I return, I wilt only write from here what I think will Interest the readers ol your paper MOST PERFECT MADE. of thli city, of its people, etc. A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Pn- From the time the site ol the city from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant u was named Lexington, by n fjw 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. settlers whoctuptd heic in the year 1775 to the .present time, Lex- hemp, flour and uhiafcy, canned ington contains morehlstoric memen- goods, wood work, etc. toes of, now over one hundred jcars While In Lexington our headquarculmination than, peihapi any city ters wcrr at thr l'licnnix Hotel This of its size In the Stite nnd Us ceme- hotel Is opcrnled by n rumpiny under tery the last resting place of more ol the management of Charles Tcelback, the State and Nation's prominent one of the best of hotel malingers. dead. The night watchman is Joseph W. The citizens of Lexington ore an in- Marshal, Deputy Warden ol the Kentelligent people, vety courteous to tucky Penitentiary, when bur Devisitors and during the two days I partment- Enca'mpuicnt was at Frankwas In that city I visited many public fort April 29 nn 30, 1S91. and who p'aces, before and after Encampment so kindly showed the Grand Army hours, while other places, though visitors through the prison without kindly Invited, I didn't have the time any charges, which was against the to sec. The Court Honse, City Park rules of the prison. aud Cemetery were about nlltheptaces Ebwm Fonnns. of interest to me that I took notes Tlir HI ni Myliiirr.)lnu. from and they were brief ones. Every man has a tight to take a The Coutt House was finished at a a paper of to stop it, for rihy reason cost of $100,000 and contains some or for no reason at all. But, at the fine)il portraits of the prominent same time, there is a certain responmen of bf gone days In the center sibility attaching to all actions, even of the house, on the office fiooi, pro- to so trivial a one as stopping a paper tected by a glass case is the famous because the editor sas something piece of sculpture work, "Women's one doesn't ngiec with. There Is Triumph," by Joel T. Hart. On the complaint that newspapercditors lack west side of the poblic, or Court fearlessness and honesty, ' that newsHouse f quate, erected by the State at papers are generally mere partisan ora cost of J 1 0,000 stands a monumentgans that disregard the claims of truth" al statutewithlhisinscription: "John and justice when political interests Cabell Breckinridge, Erected by the are at stake. There U too much truth Common Tealthof Kentucky, A. D. in the charccl but let us ask how it is 1887." Mtpossible for a fearless, honest, out Woodland Park, (City Park ) is one spoken journal to live if every man Is mile southeast of the city and near to crv 'Stop my paper" whenever he the old home of the great statesman, reads something that docs not accord Hen ry Clay. The Park is a beautiful with his views? Uie men who inpiece of land and contains a large ausist that the taper they read shall ditorium. Col. Geo. H. Capito's never say anything contrary to their Camp No. 1, of Louisville, and Capt. views ore the ones who are, in a large B. Trumble's Camp No. 8, S ot V., measure, responsible lor the craven of Somerset, camped in the Park durs cowardliness aud the weathercock iug the Encampment. The State propensites of some newspapers. In College Cadets, Infantry and Artila communitv composed entirely of lery, drilled in the Park this evening. these "Stop my paper men!" true in The Bottery boys are as well drilled dependent journalism would be an as I ever saw men in action. Impossibility. When convinced that The Cemetery is one mile southit is unclean stop it. When It lacks west of the Court House. A brief enterprise and fails to give you the limitation of time and a thunder news, stop It. When some other storm made my visitshort to this city paper gives you more of value, stop ot the dead. The Clay monument it. But don't stop a paper that you stands In the most conspicuous part believe to be honest, courageous, enot the cemetery. It Is ,one hundred terprise aud clean, simply because its and fifty-twand one-hafeet high, editor has written his own sincere and cost $65,000. It is surmounted view3 instead ot yours or somebody's with a statute of the great stateman, else; for If you do, you are putting a eleven feet and two inches high. The premium on insincere journalism and vault contains the remains of Clay serving notice on nn editor that the and his wile. The Inscription on the way to succeed is to write what lie marble saicophagus containing the thinks will best please his readers inremains ot Clay can be read from the stead of what he honestly beltgves to outside. Near the Clay monument is be the truth. Spriugfield Republithe Union burial place, in the center can. is a large cannou and the stars and ty Neighbor Told Mo stripes floating over their graves. A short distance southwest of the Fed- About Hood's Sarsapanlla andadviscd eral graves is the camp ol the Con me to try it This is the kind ot adSarsa-paril- ln federate dead, on the northeast side vertising which gives Hood's the largest sales In the world. at the plat and facing the Union dead is a life size statute of a Confederate Friend tells friend that Hood's cures; that it gives strength, infantryman on guard and in the ecu ter of the ground is a monument con health, vitality and vigor, and whole taining a furled Confederate flag with neighborhoods use it as a family medicine. a broken staff and below a BAKING nmm pto-nce- 1 K o lf it broken Twenty Y sword. Gen.Jno. H.Morgan lies by the side of his sister in bis family burial lot, while Gen. Gordon Granger, our corps commander at MIssiss pf.i Ridge lies under a monument near his soldier's last camping ground in tuis silent resting place. The people of Lexington appear to be as an element and intelliget quiet christian people, they have ever facility to make them the best of citizens. They have sixteen white churches with over 7,000 members; the denominations being Baptist, Methodist, Presbyterian and Christian. They have two Catholic Churches with a membership of 1,500. The public schools of Lexington have improved wonderfully during the last five years. There are now six white public schools and three col ored ones. The Kentucky State Military and Masonic College", the only one of that kind in the State is here; the Kentucky University, once old Pennsylvania ColIee;Lexinjlon Business College; the Hamilton Female College, and seveial other schools of prot-estant Hood's Pills act easily and promptly on the liver and bowels. Cure sick headache. Field's 'Bus meets all trains and charges a living price. Leave orders nt the office. Deeornlion liny. Preston Morton Post No 4 G A.R., flags at their distributed ninety-silast meeting to be planted on the graves of their dead comrades. Decs oration day Saturday May 29th, 1897. The Post will hold their services netr McIIenry and Hamilton in the school house grove, near the grave yard. A large crowd is expected if the weqth-e- r permits. Ttic committee on arrangements is getting along nice y and a most pleasant time is anticipated. x OF MISSOURI, la Cured of Heart DIcio by Dr. Mll.t" New Heart Cure. Mrs. Kate Etter leajnlng. The fite department is all at one station, well disciplined and consists of two steam engines, one hook and ladder truck, two hose wagons, one hose cart, twelve men, six horses and forty-eigfire alarm boxes; they also have an ainbuUncc, which, during the eleven months they have owned It, they have hauled 345 patients. The police headquarters Is a new building, lust finished at a cost of $7,000. They have a well uniformed and equipped foicc with a patrol wagon and other late improvements. The Jail la a finestone bulldiug and does not look like a prison from the exterior. Ihey have combination locks on its cells. The new Custom Hourejust completed cost $100,000. Lexington has water works, ice, gas and elecrlc plants.au opera house, City hall and many flee private residences. It is iu the largest tobacco growing Country iu that part of the State. They have three tobacco and two cigar factories ami many other faoiortM, mills, etc. The main market ol lb city is horses, mules nnd The shipment ol mutual procattte duce consikts ol wheat, corn, hay, cliS wed-nesd- - KATB RB Nixwlio. yeara ago M, 1 n , i Subscribe Republican and got u Kltlimyatoroachand kldoexe. and a. great affliction o unnerved me tliat my ooiWUUiu became alarming The telegrapU brought a prominent lihjalelan In a ooawKatlou I went to which, reeuliod tu no beneBt Wyoming for change of climate without beaoat, wae urougut 'ZflaB back to Atchbon nhoro nuraes worked with me Mlleo, 1 night and day to keep mo allre t reaeh my rrlentl RMtors;' became here. My heart ao bad that my friends gave up all hone. I began taking Dr. 1IIW Heart Cure and Nerlno auornately and waa restored to health. Jtlmw mom ha alnce ana 1 am penecwj .m Dr Mile' Remedlea are iwld by all drugglau under a poeitlvo guarantee, fiNtuetik) waa wveroly troubled ETTKR wroto trom In March Iiuu Tiro nwPrt. iHJrtCuoI fe .9 ftrtadthjfl all the news. beucateoromocyrttuoded liookonllean and Nervea win free to all applti aula Iud JJIU MILLS MMU AL WJ , LUburh . ,S- - Harttord Republican. 1RIUAY, MAY mmmmmmmmmmmmmimiivmmmiAMa at, 1897 THE RAIN ENGINEER. One cf the Problems Phyilols's Trying 10 Salve. Three years ago Hie attention ot the community wm dlrectod to the question of the artificial proJuctlon of rain The principle upon whloh rain was to be made, as it was com monly stated, viz., ooncusslon of tho air, was nolther countenanoed nor accepted by meteorologists. The results of tho experiments were such as were forecasted by men who knew the wortblessness of tho claims thon mado, and yet futly g was nover-tholorealized that Tho a sclentlflo possibility. will somo day be among tho profosslonal ocII 0 will bo ono who has cupations. closely followed and clearly oompro- bends tho pliyslcal procosaos of Ho must bo cloudy condensation. somothlng of a physicist, chemist and motcorologist combined. Problems such as Hertz solved in his following of graphic mot hods adlabatb changes in moist air, or Von Holmlibttz discussed in his papers on "billow" cloud formation, will bo appropriate work for him. Tho changes which a cubic foot of air charged with a given amount of vapor goes through ns it moves from place to place in tho atmosphere ho will understand and control. Air at sea level at a tempora turo of 60 degrees Fahrenheit, half filled with moisture, has 11 grams of water vapor In each kilogram of air. If tho pressuro Is suddenly changed from 750 millimeters to G87 millimeters, tho temperature lowored about 15 degrees, certain conditions result Tho air is in a condition of a soaked spongo, and has all the water vapor It can hold. If tho mixed air and vapor can bo lifted about 4,000 feet the rain engineer can ordinarily form a cloud or fog. Conversely, if ho can Increaso the pressure and supply tho rcqulslto amount of beat ho can alter conditions so that no fog forms, or if it ilins formed, causo it to disappear. Provided we can control tho thermodynamic conditions wc can condense the invisible vapor of tho air into visible cloud and, on tho other hand, change the visible fog into Invisible .vapor. North American Review. A-ss i mmmmmmm)mmmMmmprw&A'mimm dress and appearance, tho dork Wm," and scarcely wrote tivo In ns thought might be literary, wroto on many years. But for every other one of the cards a requesvt fory'The kind of work, from writing editorial "notes" to putting side heads to Autoorat of the Breakfast TnblV "Holms' autocrat do you want?" paragraphs, or reporting a pollco court caso, he wna as willing as ho politely asked the clerk. "Oh, I don't care whoso it is," was gifted. There nro nights In tho Punjab was the reply. "I only want to find out it it U proper to uso toothpicks when tho rains nro dolnyod and the thermometer ranges about 100 at the breakfast table." day and night; when tho day's A short time ago a woman (It is always a woman who makes these j waking thoughts of a busy brain Into torturing literary breaks)- - puzzled ono of tho twist themselves clerks with a request for a book nightman In thoso stifling hours whloh she said was callod "Twin that prorata tho dawn, and tho Angles. " He looked about for it for dawn brings no relief. Such ntghte a time and finally figured out that there were In 1887, and tho English-speakin- g world thon wont noar to she wanted "The Heavenly Twins." Another roquest for 9 magazino losing Kipling boforo it had hoard ot which tho applicant said was called him. . But ho.novor slacked In his work, "Brain" kept ono of the clerks busy days thoro hunting half an hour beforo ho dis- of which on "high-collar- " covered that what was wanted was was moro than onough. A "high-colladay, It may bo oxplalnod, was tho magazino called "Mind." Still another clerk was shocked tho other ono on which no telegrams from day by a request for Washington England woro recelvod boforo going Irvlng's "Alabama." Tho clerk to press, and editorial "Notes of tho Day" had to bo written to fill tho mildly suggosted "Alhambra." column which H10 telegrams should Chicago havo occupied, thus bringing tho A POSTAL ACHIEVEMENT. editorial mnttor closo up to tho head, like a high collar, of tho first Mark Twain Receives a Strangely r" Tlmcs-Horal- M'WpilH.MJNIMIHd Mke biliousness. djrirrl&. headache, constipation, sour stomach Indigestion are promptly cured by Hood's rills. They do their work Liver Ills Q.' a Gonoral Directory. STATS OFFICIALS. JHI mmm" Govoruor Lieut. Governor William O. Jliadley. W- i i. COHCn i and Market Sts, e COLLEGE - J. Worth-ingtoi- ' easily and thoroughly. PF9 Beit atter dinner pltls. 1 1 B SP cents. All druggists. Prepared by I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. The only rill to take with Hood's Sanaparltlfl. Hood's . Auditor -- Samuel II. Slono, Treasurer Geo. W. Long. Commissioner oi Agricullurn, IIor Statistic tioulturo Lucas and Moure. Secrotaryof Stato Charles Finloy. A'lnrney General W. 8. Tnylor. S. E, Cor. 5th SIIORTUANI) INSTITUTE. JEsn-tygtaao- AffoHa tht bet fncllitiea for thmouitli prHcticnl ttnlulug ill SHORTHAND, TYl'15 WRITING and JIOOK KIUtPlNG. SureeM ftWtired in TURKU MONTHS. Pupils assisted to POSITIONS Tvrms moderate hrii competent f'KIMt OP Dinliiess men (unmliel Htenogrnpheta S'ipnritiloiidcnt I'ubllo Iustruotion-Ge- o M. Davhon. C II A KG It lUgtster Land Office Uhas. O. - on. gtla. SJt- Lonlsvlllo. - Ky. BILL NYE. Kpvw.IiI Insiirnnce Bureau W. Comlngoro. Day. Comralwiunor-- D. James Whltcomb Rlloy Tolls Somo Amusing Anao- - R Collier. Adji.tnnt General-- D. State Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown HAIMtoAl) COMMISStONKItS. dotos on Him. l. dblitxtc. apriaa1 1111. w I. r. r arisro James Whltco 11b Riley tells sonn amusing anecdotes nbout the late mil Nye. Iu speaking ol a rdlroadj'ni' ney wjth the noted hirnorUt, poet sajs- "A favorite amusement with bin was the reading of imaginary signs at the stations when we were traveling. When the train would stop nntj the hush would come over theeir, with half the people wondering who their fellow passengers were and the" other halt viewing the little grocery on the one side of the station rust 'n rant or bill board on the other, Mr Nye would break 'forth and b;?ln to read the bill board nlou 1: 'Sil i w highest prices pid fnr ter.Jcrackcrs hides and tallow lee cream, gol ten syrup and ieathsrs.' The passengers across the aisle wonld perk thMr oar then rise and come, cralning thtlr necks, to find the" words he ws reading from the bill board, or finnlly some old fellow would come up to the seat and declare that hecculd not find where it said that. In a quia way this would tickle Nye bejond measure away down in ithe depths 1 O. Wood, chairman; J. F. Dempsvv, II. S. Irwin, Secretary Samuel "F. Brown. J no fia? KVJRY EVERY EVERY EVERY EVERY ...A A A.4 -I- 'OR cosanrs'iosAL. ITon. William O. LindSenators say, Hon. J (J. S. Blackburn. Rpprcwntativo' Fourth District BTATR- - LKQISI.ATUUE. SAID TO INCREASE SPEED, An Italian Captain Bores Holes In thj Sails of His Ship. It Is hard to beliovo that tho speed of a sailing vessel can be increased by boring holes in her sails; but an Italian sea captain claims to h&vo conducted experiments which go a long way towards proving it. His theory Is that tho forco of tho iwind cannot fairly tako effect on an inflated sail, because of the cushion of immovablo air which fills up tho tlmos a multiplicity of telegrams crowded out so many "Notes of tho Day" that soveral of those, dealing with cognate subjects, Tiad to bo strung together into what Kipling called "patent scam-less- " leaders. Outside contributors to papers In India nearly all belong to tho clyll ormilitary services, and their contributions wcro ofto a bald in style, hough welcome for tho Information they contained. Adding tho few lines of comment to qualify 'Mark Twain, their contributions W bo used as IT ! Hero la Mark's reply: ijODUOIL J MAI Jl H...1 uuocnueu us Iiaiii munK xi lonn "u"? whiplash," ,, iw 'tu .1. vru, uiuu&jruu, .w.u...o.4 on th0 and his wero nl- dear boys, for remembering me, and ways neatly tied and keen in ap for tho lovo that was, back of it. plication. Academy. Theso aro heavy days', and all ouch prizes for Employes. help ease the burden. I glanced at your cnvolopo by accident and got Tho Armour Packing company, of soveral chuckles fof reward and chuckles aro worth much in this Kansas City, hus just paid out world. And .thoro wus a curious $1,000 In prizes to tho englners, thing; that I should got a lot- - firemen and ash wheelers who have aJo tho best records in saving fuel tor addressed nu roPa,rs uuring tho past year. showed thnt ho did know where I was, although I was hidlufr from tho 1.,,.oro wc.re. "u mcn ln tno compo- world, ond no ono in America knows tltlon and tho prlzo monoy was dls-myaddress, and tho stamped legend tributcd among C7 of them. Tho amount of prizo monoy re"Dclency 0 Address" supplied largest by ceived ono man was $10. 18, whllo by the Now York post office showed that ho had given It away. In tho the smallest sum was SO cents, by n fireman who had workod samo radii idtfeQs a from friends in IRjjr ZnaTanfl adllr&sacd only 30 days. Tho company ad"Mrs. Clemeoa (care Mnrk Twain), dressed lottcrs to tho men expressUnited States of America," and ing appreciation of tho in tores t again ho gave us away this time to takon by them in tho work and tho tho doficioncy department of tho consequent .saving of fuel and exSan Francisco post office. These pense of repairs. Tho company is things show that our postal service plcasod with tho success of tho exhas ramifications which ramify a periment and has renewed tho offer for tho year ending November 1, good deal. Mark." Addressed Letter. column. Hon. John W. Lewis. member ot family on farm, in village, in Stale and Territory. A story about Mark Twain is told by tho Philadelphia Record, which says: "A prominent member of tho Players' club of Now York, now in this city, has received a letter from Mark Twain under peculiar circumstances. Tho recipient of tho letter collaborated with follow membor upon a letter to Mark,' whom thoy both know Intimately. They did not know Mark's address at the time, so tnoy addressed tho missivo At other Senator llopm-ontativ- C. M. Barnett. Hon. A( D, James, Ohio County llbu. FOR Education, FOR Noblo Manhood, FOR True Womanhnod, IT gives all important news of the Nation. .OHIO COUNTY. CIRCUIT COURT. Ton. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens . boro. Hon. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney Oivcusboro. T. II. Blnok, Jailer -- Hartford. O. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Ringn, Master Commissioner ITgivosthe most reliable market repo'ls. IT gives brilliant and instruciive edit irials. IT Lives fascinatinc short stories IT ....BMt. 11T ox celled agricultural 1IUIJI1I II1IU1 mprhnninrtflnfnrittii!t..ii It oiro ftnipntifit-finf- l IT gives illustrated fashion nrlieler. . IT gives hunmrntisillustrations. ITf ives n 1 Imporiant nowsof Iho WorfiV Wu. 1 y 1 irtt ""'"' hW Mirrors, Ancient and Modern. or mirrors, were of either metal, highly polished, or of black painted mica. It is noted in Jewish history that tho lavor was mado of brass, "of tho looking-glasse- s of tho womon assembling, which assembled at tho door of the tabernacle of tho congregation," and somo commentators conjecture that theso women gavo up their bronze or copper to supply tho material for tho lavor. Egyptian women alt ways carried their mirrors to tho temples, and tho Hobrew women probably did likewise, n3 do tho Arabian and Turkish women s aro of comparatively recent dato. Mirrors of silver and gold wer-commonly used in medieval times. In 13G0 Venico became tho seat of tho manufacture of glass mirrors, which havo slnco superceded all other varieties, tho improvements in tho manufacture of plate-glas- s enabling mirrors to bo mado ot great size. looking-glasses, hand-mirroGlass-mirror- Tho earliest prevent the formation of this cushion, tho captain bored a number of holes in tho sail. Those holes lot through the air which would otherwlso havo been retained jn the hollow of tho sail, and allowed Ithe wind to exerciso its whole power by striking fairly against tho sail Several trials of this advico have been mado, and it has been Ifound that in a light wind a boat jwith ordinary sails made four "knots, ;whilo with the perforated sails sho covorod five and a quarter knots. In a fresh breeze sho madeTsevcn knots Trith the ordinary, and eight and r knots with tho perforated sails; and in a strong wind she made eight knots with tho old, and ten knots with the now sails. This gain from 20 to 25 per cont is of so much importance that tho experiments will bo repeated on a larger scale TrfcBits. Hiollow. To Jhreo-quartc- of his spirit. "His conference vlth the train boys have often nearlv oiven me convulx sion3. when the boy Kave me a book. Nye would nsk with great Interest what it was about, and H'ten patently to all the boy knew of its contents 'Let me see it,' nnd he would open the book and read aloud, in a monotonous sing song, a lot ol purest nonsense, drawn from his immagination. It was done fo sciiously tliat tl e boy's eyes would Cegln to h mg out as the reading went on Finally Nj e would shut the book up with a snap, losing the place, and hand it back to the boy with a puzzling air, ns if he 1897. did not undrrsjatul whv tioycung Tho only fortress in tho United States is Portress Monroe, at Old man har lied sn nbout its contents. Point Comfort, in Virginia. It was We could find that . boy for an h' ur built for the purpose of defending alteward searching dllligently the tho naval yard of Norfolk against pages of that book to find where tbkt any posslbloattack. Its area Is about stuff was printed." 80 acres, surrounded by a moat filled with water from 8 to 15 fest Wanted To borrow $600.00 on deep and from 75 to 100 feet wido. property worth 4 times the amount. for Fifty Cents. Call on or address A. O , care Tun Guaranteed tobacco habit cure males weaic RsronucAN. Hattford, Ky. men strong, blood pure, too, 1. All druetfi'ta. Ilnir Well ho Idiom llllii. It is discouraging to the friends of Cromwell. Court convenes first Monday in March and Aueiipt nnd cniitinuesthree week, and third Monday in May and November two weeks. IT gives entortuinmonl to young and old G D Liken, Trustee Jury Fund IT gives satisfaction everywhere to everyliody. Hartford. Wo furnish THE REPUBLICAN and NEW Gal. P. Keown, Sheriff-Hartf- ord. TRIBUNE, both papers Kcown Hartford Deputies Samuel Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thna. R. Bishop, Centertown; S. T. Stevens, 1-2"r3-Ts.c Hartford. , YORK WEEKLY - ONE S Address all orders to tho lira. YEAR -d-- COUNTY COURT. Write your name and address on a postal Geo. W. Bes John P Morton, Judge Harttord. Room , Tribune Building, New York City, card, send It tocopy 01THE nnd sample I). M. Hocker, ClorTk Hartlnrd. NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you E. P. Ncal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court cnuvenes first Monday in OOQOO each month ' QUARTERLY Rautforj) republican; HartlOrd, DBLr. TAILOR? THE COIltT. Begins nn the third Monday in January, April, July ami October. COURT OP CLAIMS, 2 if?;Wi10 15 YOUR Do You Get YOU Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after the seoud Monday in OcUibor OTIIKU COUNTY OFPICKRS. a CORRECT FIT? RCCdVC G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur. Springs. N. 0. Duiitfl. Afae$nr Cromwell. Z. H.Shultz, School Supt. Hart-lor- d. DENEFm 20 YEARS SUCCESS in HIGH GRADE TAILORING Br ORDERING YOUR SUITS AND OVERCOATS L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Springs. C. R. Gtmuhell, Pnorhmiso Keeper, Hartford. JtraTycuft' COURTS. dC 111 OF BORN & Co. THE GREAT CHICAGO MERCHANT TAILORS. Machines. Pins, previous to 1821, wcro all mado by hand, and were consequently very costly. machines havo been brought to a stato of perfection. They now receive tho wiro from tho spools, cut it into proper lengths, mako tho head and point, polish the pins, ami, by a most singular pieco of machinery, gather up, at ono motion, a proper number to composo tho row, fold the strips of popor and pass tho pins through. A slight movement of tho roller bearing tho paper pushes it forward a little further, it is again caught up by tho clamps and another row of pins pressed Into position. It is claimed for some of thoso machines that they can manufacture 500 pins a minute. Pin-maki- ' First Mention of the Huns. The first mention of tho Huns in history is in China, B. C. 210. Thoy conquered that country and woro afterward drivon out by the Celestials and marched cloar across Asia, ponotrating the country now known as Hungary, In 370 A. D. Forn time thoy threatened to overrun tho wholoof tho continent, but woro lu tho heart of Franco and drivon back to tho banks of tho Danube. All He Could Do.-With tho first pull tho parted. Tho sexton was in despair. Thon a happy thought struck him, nud ho wrung his hands. Indianapolis bell-rop- o Journal. QUEER LIBRARY BREAKS. Funny Requests for Books Thai Amuse tho Clerks. Once in awhllo the clerks la the public library Ret hold of a good joke through tho ign.ornnoe of people who como tuore to toko out books. It was not long ago that a woman who was anxious to join the Daughters of the Revolution oamc there to look up her family history and get her faoU and claims ready 'to submit to tho committee on Sho went about it In rather a queer way. Aftor looking about aimlessly through tho lndeuc for a time sho discovered "Losslng's Fam-llHistory of tho United States." Sho wroto hor ruquost for the book on one of tho cards provided for that purposo and was qulto Indignant with tho clork who handed It to her be auso U did not contain what sho Wuatc In. j nut lung aftor thu lm Uint that another woman who, from her mom-borehlv reform in the South and West that thus prematurely the movement for honest politics nud round money should be frightened down by a name which is potent nnly for evil, nut it is still mote dircouraging to u fleet thatl the man (Grovtr Cliveland) behind this name is as indefatigable as he is mischievous, that he is the author of the lax ptrty discipline ot which he complains; that he is the author of the Protection gibberish which the national convention of 1892 The Swiss People. refused to adopt; that elected on a Tho S.vUs are tho children 4 tho pledge of tarifl reform he sent the tariff bill to the rear, nnJ, advancing the Cymry, who migrated from. northThe man who keeps a tree growing ern Germany and Scandinavia to money issue to the front, lost both; Italy, woro driven back by Marlus, that he is very much richer than he where some one else would Itav? ou-lB. C. 100, and retired into the a stump is a bem factor ot his race ever was and much more ambitious of Switzerland. Tho principal than ever he was; that his removal to nAr.M It apolt!Tcnra. Apply Into Ui notiU. I U quickly tbtortxd. S4 settlement or community was known New Jersey nas the first adtiotstep i; inn Well. ccuti it DrmrgliUi or by null ; umplci 10c by nulL as Schweltz, and this gavo a It is established that no sjsttiu ELY IIHOTUERS, M Warren St, Mir Tork City. in his new plan of campaign; that name to tho entire confederacy. without the use ol separation or ice every dav of his life in that fine, They still call thomselvos Schwelts-ers- . H0V TO FIND OUT. 'disci-red by which a Italian hand, he will write has yet been perlect recovery of thecreara contents from two to fifty letters, addressed to ' pdl a hottleor common witir glass EUDYARD KIPLING. personsjn every pait ol the country; oi milk can be secured, but where the with utlne and let it stand iwenty-fnu- r herd is too small to lustily ti,e ex As a Newspaper Man In Far Labors that posing as a retired statesman and hours; a Fendiineiit nl settling indi 7 A Native Staff1. diseased condition ol the philosopher, nnJ playing upon the pense of a separator or ice is not a good metlnd is to fit up a neys When urine stains linen It is Kipling has said that ho who bos credulity ol the minded and A well lour tret in Positive evidenced kidney trouble onco been a journalist remains a easily flattered, he will leave no well creamery desire pain journalist to tho end. Ho said this string untouched f.ir stimulating the diameter wiU care lor the milk of ten Too frequent is nlso tt. urinate orproof convincing in the lAck, in a cows; but if it were six ieet it would lhat sense. activity of tiie txptctant; and the kidneys and bladder ore nut As a boy from 8chool Kipling was be better. of order. brought out to India, and began at day and night this Relorm Club, havWIIAT TO DO. Fit out a sufficient number ol comonco to cam Ms modest nfonthly ing in charge the circulation ol Dem- mon shotgun There la comfort in the knowledge oans to hold the milk of Bottom ot tbo ladder of ocratic llteiature, will be silently, wago at tho expressed, that Dr three luilkings, with loose fitting so often Root, thegreat kidney Kilmer's Anglo-IndtoNowpa-pe- r surely wotking to the one end which jfturfllUtom. remedy Swamp dtep rim rovers, and stout bails so fulfills every wish in relieving pain work in Mis. carried on by he, and they, have btfore them his arranging as to hold the covers firm- in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder three class of- men. Trie natives nomination in 1939 Henry Watter-soly in place whensusended. Provide and every part of the uiinary pas Hindoo, Mokjime4an ani Sikh labor sdo by side setting up tho a pulley and one hall inch rope ot suf- pages. It corrects inability to bold urine and scalding pain in passing it, typo and working tho machinos, ThrcillriU'il MI1I1 Klro lJnrj. ficient longth to let eaeh m when or b'ad t fleets following use ol liquor, Eurasians and domiciled British Unlontowu Telegram: The lollow. filled with milk into the water, until wine or bear, and overcomes that unsubjects supply tho staff of "read- Ing nnony.uous Utter wjs fouud Sun- it floats pleasant necessity of being compelled ers," whllo tho comparatively ex- day morning in the Jiont jatd of Mr. It should remain undisturbed, ex- to get up many times during the pensive, becauso imported, Anglo-IndiaHenry Vaupel, ol Morganfield It is cept by the addition ol the next milk night to uiiuate The mild and the fill tho editorial staff. extraordinary effect of Swamp Root is And who aro tho shorthand re- the initial appenrnct o' vthilecaplsm ing, for twanty. four lioun, when It roon realized It stands the highest in Union county, and, barring certain can be rnlsecTand ttkituined tot ItH wonderful cures of the most porters and In Kipdistressing cases. If you need a ling's day tho nowspaper corrections necessary to make it inBy this .method un effecting1 creammedicine you should have the best had none Tho editorial staff, com- telligible, tuns thuj: the- milk is safe Irom ing is secured: Sold by drupeists price fifty cents and prising two men, did tho entire "Vaupel: You mm-- t leave this all contamination on files, dut and one dollar For a nam pie bottle and work of getting out tho dolly paper, town in two days You voled all the odors. Further, the well affords a pamphlet, both sent Irec by mnil, and If you want to know how Kipagainst us. If you think perfect ploce for the ripening and mention Tiik Hartford RiirunucAN ling worked as ono of tho two mqn negioes address send your full I care of cieam for the churn, as well as andDr. Kilmer &Co.,IJlnghamton, N. who produced tho Civil and Military you can stay, why, by God. staj to WearellellandCo" for the proper storage of butter until Y, The proprietors of this paper Gazette dally, with its soven pagoa Upon the same morning several marketed. of reading matter and soven of adguarnnteethe genuineness of this ofvertisements, you could not do lending c lored politicians of the city If this well crejtimery system be fer. bottor than turn Into that largo were honored lu u timilar manner studied nnd laithlully carried out, it AIiimiI UUIinriiliiK. double bungalow on tho Lahore with warnings to die unp or take the bf a lot of twenty yearling and two will not only save a vn.jt amount of Mall and ask cheery Mian Itukhn-un-dllnbor.but greatly Improve he quality jear old steers now being fed at tho Mohammedan foreman, coniiunicn Mr Vuiple is n lending Republican of the buttrr made hit work is conexperiment . station, eleven printer; ask Bahl Portab Singh, tho o' the ri unty, uu active nnd shrewd stant and uniform) whatever the were dishorned in November, theoth-er- s loynj and orthodox Sikh having been previously. Three ask Babu Hakim All, tho courte- organizer, audj did more to develop whrathcr may chaneo to be. nor doca ous Moslem clerk, to whom was In- nm) tnlng oat tb.B unprecedented Re- it requite a daily scrubbing or senlJ. dajs later the dishorned steers were trusted tho task of pasting Kip- publican votv in the county last No-- . ing U Madison, In N Y Tribune lound to have lost in average oft 1 ling's printed work Into volumes-- fur veiuber than all his white brothels of pounds each in weight, while those In tho earliest days Kipling had like MtU ' Especially were his par., Pvioqaly lI.hornd showed an av- TlU) tho careful habits that so seldom k tlsan (fTiit hijccssluluinonu tnecoN fili flMQ AntMi ErM rvalti nf fC One aocompany gonlus such as his; ask ThriCQ-a-yj!jQ'we- tk ored volets ol throaunty. which Utter later the frtshly dishorned Habibulla, tho willing ehaprassl, on whoso head Kipling's ofllca box he organU'd and voted to n man. W W'm'M V fnv ateers slrowed a gain ol 30 pounds, W oamo and wont daily. Thoy will Hence tht. unituui bohtnir this aiuimv. U IIIUV M LlMVII. &IIV lllUtl ' mom missive , Mr. Viuptl Is ex. $i,,G5 101' yOtt'l. toll you how Kipling worked. pounds. The apparent loss from the As a journalist ho was tho man postmaster ol MarganfUld, nnd is an dishorning for the ten days was about whom all editors seek and few find. applicant f,r appointment to tht name 16 pounds each. Not one of the dls- b..-- t TteN svit .uj H.r Wk T. Ho was a staff In himself. Ho disVliuini-tiaoffice under the present To Quit wbotwe otjalljt o&dlierw loami horned altera seemed to show any ill trusted his own powers, it Is true, tion, whMi lait IS preMimab'v tt.e ?"' 1'u11"' !"" nerwaVtvtior, Uke but they Uu. (lieu in Ili uuiLcr Ibut niilits woou roun eflects from the operation, so mui'h that to dumand a loading ' n c ,1 tin a A li igKla. if or II C'urnk'uaruu evi lently ate leas for a few days artulo from him tilled him with mUlit (j iiisc in the .null it Uu ll11' ",a wuile free. Artuujs i.0t ' Indiana Farmer Burling Jicmedy Co., nilcsgo or New Votk. aiicuisb. Ho said It was "abovo inc Kovi Kiur A. S. Aull MarohS.June 1, September 1, Dicember 1. JontB. Wilson Match 0. June 5, September 4. Dfoeralier 4. 0. L. WootiwAiin March 12, Juno II, September 10, December 10 Ja 3 A. Bowijo March 20. June Notwithstanding our burnt-ou- t IukI July we ate still hradquirtera tor all 10, Sentombor 18, Docemhor 18. B. F. GitAVES Maroli 24, Juue Photographer Taj lor will makeCab-ine- t kinds of Photographs lor a short time at 20, September 23, December, 24. $t 50 per dozen and will be found ev Dr.BcU'sPepp.-rnjin- t Chill To tic is cry Monday at his Photo Car in Hart- a perfect liver Ux itivc anti malaria, Rest quality of titeel nnd Chilled Plows. Iioth Wulkiugaud Riding Braker. Planters, Riding and Wulking Cultivators with and Corn Drill, Check-roford. and blood purifier. Rt moves bilious 39 tf without tongue, Diso Ilarrown, Fencing Wiro plain and barbed. Oabaine ness without purging. Cures cliills Eye waters, or salves containing and makes the cnuip'exlon good, Mowers and RindeH,IIuber Threshing Macbiue.Tractinn engines. All abovo sugar of lead are dangerous Guatanteed by 11 dealers For sale Implement are guaranteed to bo ol the best quality. Firit-olneSomerepairing b Z. 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