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Yot the life of every Expectant Moth, cr is beset with danger and nil effort should be made to avoid it. so assists nature in the chance tak Th E HiETEORD REPUBLICAN. OFFICIAL OROAK Of THE PARTY IN TEE fOURTB CONGRESSIONAL 1. ...- - l pleasant ooap ior the skin. "Nothing else like it:" r I . The most rcfreshinc and it . . . MIMM. fiiauirsLPICATED - Mother's E B I tig place that cna-T- VOL. IX. tim:t ok now? dead, Sweetheart," vou HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MAY 28, sdn In htb novel. 'The Gra) soy,' but that It should find I la way Into a law book Is an utter absurdity. "In the first place, Lincoln was a man of high professional honor, and would not have been so unscrupulous even to save the neck of his client. But. waiving this question, does not every lawyer know that the State's attorney would have been catelul to examine the almanac before alio King Mr. Lincoln to read from It? "Now the fact about the Introduc tlonofthisnlmauac as related by a lawyer, who was then a law student and of course an Interesting spectator at the trial was this: "Lincoln was to prove the fact that the moon was not up ntacettaln hour of the nlgllt.on Wlilch the juurder oc- curred for the purpose ol contradict- Lincoln produced the Ing a witness almanac and stated while he thoughs In all probabilities the court would take judicial notice of It, that he wished as a matter of caution to offer He, as Is customary It as evidence. In all trials, handed it' to the Com- monwealth's Attorney nnd his assist- ant, ana they, with unusual care, raised the question of Its correctness, The and sent for another almanac. messenger returned with the state- ment that there was no almanac in the Clerk's office (the murder occurr edin 1857 nnd the trial In 1858 ) Some one then said there was an al- manacof 1857 in theoffice of the County Judge, which was In the court house. Some person Iinmedhtely brought it tt the prosecuting attor. neys, who examined It, compared It with the almanac Introduced by Mr. Lincoln and found they substantially L897. NO. 44. EVOLUTION OF MONEY. CUTANEOUS bodings, to the hour whan she experiences the joy of Motherhood. Its use insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child, and she is found stronger after than before confinement in shoit, it "makes Childbirth natural and easy," as so many have said. Don't be persuaded to use anything but wnrd without I ntn dread, suffering or gloomy fore- "When say, IIS II S II i BH bled to look M o t h c r is JSOAP. EMEHSONS DECISION. ' .Ho Loft no Room for Mlsun- aa tile local pHper. B for-- H 'Think of me always nt my best: When o'er my head tall Brasses sway And to my deep and dreamless rest Nor sob nnr call nor sneercan olerce; And laud ol tongueandstab of pen. 'Though, love be leat and bate be less than nothing to me then. "My poor, pale lips no more can ask Your gentle thought ior fancied dorstandlng his Moaning ' , F ih" wrong. Nor love devise atoning task. And Inboi in it, glad and strong Ignore, then, faults that now you "My wife suffered mora In ten minchide. utes with olther of her other two chilThe nasty word, the eaieleB mien, dren than die llil altogether with her And causeless heat and foolish pride last, having previously used, four botForget as if they ne'er had been. tles of 'Mother's Friend.' It is a blessing to any one exporting to beII metu'ry (roM'tftfTiiV18Ntl customer. come a WOTliElt,"-sny- n One moment of divine surprise, Henderson Dams, Oarml, Illinois. When all the angel In me woke And you glimpsed Eden in my eyes; Of mneclili t 1 M. or iwnt by mll en receipt II I, surcease ol care and pain of price W rite for liook containing testimonial! And fullness to heartfamincbrougbt and valaaulo Information for all Mothers, free. In reverie live that time again, Ths Bri4fJtl4 nolitorro.,llUl,C. And thus enshlne me in your MOTHER'S FRIEND Wanted-- An W. Idea PptMtTMr ,tf.tt:r..w?.li!,,J!?..wJfi2- Who ran think of tome almple t hlr to tiatccitr thought. ' Hmerson was not afflepicure.but he knew how to npprccJaUja fine dinner given their Several witnesses tettlmony In regard 19 his partiality ,or wh'at he ca,,ed "P,e- - ' Iu "Sketch- itom Concord and Appledore," the author sajs that IJmersoa was fond ol Pa,s: knew lhc bestyafieties and the ordcr ln which the "M?- lle u,ea l0 8ay J'T lnere ,s on,y "" minutes in wnicn a pair is laitiy hard and alter- fJli before that " warJs t0 BOftThere a,e mat,y onecdotes told of his good sense and sagacity, and the following Is perhaps equal to any of them: One summer there was a camp meeting ol SplrltualUts nt Walden pond, aud every evening they held an -' fo Writ JUIIH Wwhloittno, I C , for the If $ fw irlo offer an llit cl two tiaadr! t a Ten lion wulfj. merchant's C la Cure luutlMtlon Forever Tti cm i4 net LiiiUvt tint iio. lOoorSBe. If C c C (uUiOLun- drui( mr fund money 1 And I make answer, Love of mine, "Think of me at my best, This hour renew surprise divine, Let Itden's light and fragrance play Icto onr lives while they are one. Why should I wait to be lotgiven Till follies and till faults arc done, And I am out ol reach In Heaven? To-da- entertainment of Speehcc, fliging and music, to which a small adults- slon fee was charged. It happened, however, that the picnic pavilion was situated close to Mr Emerson's land, and numbers of Concord people went out of curiosity, and leaning against. his fence heard and saw something that went on. A committee of Spir- Uuallsts consequently called on Mr. Emerson nnd requested permission to collect fees from those who stole "What chlsui has Death? the grave To right all wrong? Do tears make sweet The Marah of the human heart? Beloved' while our pulse beat With very joy ol living while t I lay my head upon And drink your words and (eel your smiles Thus now think of meat my your-breas- what ait lH lssm H MM 1SH HH WV AArl wM Pat.l .- - best!" a. ..,1 IWl-H- II r IMIHU,UV TMitLtt1. rTiFiTurric OUHOrficritOPTOttTHU.o time Uiaa Hum ladMUQK ura Mteatio lc .rent m n in huuiuiwui f UH derip-- f bead mod I, drawm or phtttx, D I frtt (( t) AtfviM, j( f4trnUtlaor ttoft. Ouriee tKtduc t patent i svx jred. S !tbrf. " to VI um J'atcatN ' with J A PAMpHLCT. of uBiia ihi U. & oo4 fort'H ceuaUlciS wsU fntbubMCondotlfur nhtH WWIIHVX nil HAnrrm's Bazar. nt,..,i MODERATE ffM. LINCOLN AS, A CRIMINAL LAWYER. C.A.SNOW&CO. i4Tf nt Orncc. Washington . trtc Addnt, VVWwwmvwfwww'vm D. C mm um P. O. AUSTIN, M'g'r 531 , Relative Attacks the Story. A Piece of Sharp Practice. Woat Markot Stroot Bo twnon 5th and Oth, "Lincoln then called the attention of the jury to the almanac, and the court remarked that any one might Sheriff Dick use in the argument charge of the almanac, and Lincoln, to impress the jury, took it Irom that official and used It fin his argument. This is not an unusual occurrence. 'Lincoln's forte asa lawyer was before a jury, although I have seen In the Illinois reports several cases in which he appealed as counsel before the Supreme Coutt of Illinois, tie argued and won n case belore that ttibunal which Judge Burnett and my sell used hefote Judge Edwards in , their entertainment In this manner. At first thought this might not seem unreasonable; but Emerson re- pHed: "S ! have a'wys enjoyed thagrivilege of walking upon my neighbors uelds, and 1 cannot now refuse the same right to them " Emerson was alwajs decisive, and if one person could not induce him to change his mind, I do not believe 20,ooo,oia doing so. would have succeded in When he was in a law sutt regarding some property.and the suggestion was made that be should compromise, he stid. "By no means It it Is mine I want the whole of it; if it is not mine I do gratuitously. not want any of it Youth's Com ery local An ipltomeof the wotM'M ntHglows ,u ,ls brIKht P69' a"d ne business news ol the loeul stoios alvnlllbeln It, tooj should be thete 'not to help the paperalong,' not because 'the ed itor s a nce fejlow nnd we want t0 encouiage him,' rot lor any reason except the one great shreJ, buslne8 reason-t- hat It will pay. ..jf a m ,ci,,nt win taVe cue ofhis spftcei chane his copy, keep It Iresh, and put Interesting matterlntolt.lt wfJi be read as assiduously and regu- larly aa the spiciest bit of gossip. Aa It gets readers so will the dealer get i cuatomer8. "Aggressiveness and confidence are essential In advertising. Timid men do not succeed. It's the 'fellow who goes straight ahead, fall ol selfvconfis dence, forceful, bound to make his point, that's the man whose busineBS thrives and flourishes. Let tisenients breathe of honesty and truth Let every statement be exictly n tact no more, no less but rather ict him understate the goodness ol his wares than overstate them Above a(, j at news In the 'ads.' ..rhe publisher will probably charge the cost of setting up a new'ad' very week wnich Is perfectly right. It Is wotth all It costs. Rates In country papers are much too low In almost evety case, even for a standing catd. "Let the merchants wake up, and the publisher will meet them more than half way It Is wonderful how much good a little onfidence and en- thuslasm will do. I do not care what town It is, Intelligent advertising In paper will pay- a "If you havn't time, or If you hivn t the knack to write your own announcements fresh evey weeek.you had .better hlie some one to do it. There are a hundred or more business writers In the country now, some better tban others, but every one ol them capable of producing an 'ad' that would be better than the same old The thins: repeated everlastingly. editor of, the paper will often do it s lf lie ptiiseoiev- beats in Its eveiy issue. loi I ' of tho recognition of the fitness of the commodity used at, money to perform tbocsteiitlal functions of 'money. Many commodities bate been usedoamonuy, and they hato remained In use as long as thj mot tho essential requirements of money among tho people whexo used, or until some other commodity "appeared the fitness of which commended Itself to tho Intelligence aa being US the commodity then being used. Aa people ha e advanced In discriminating Intelligence they bate discarded inferior commodities and adopted in place thereof something that wfla superior; these changes kept taking, place until finally gold nnd sliver became the commodities tbat vera recognized by the people of most countries as being tho best for use as money. Sociological transition Is constant. Change is'tbe natural order of things, and changes come about naturally and arc therefore effected easily if tho nutural process U allowed to go on undisturbed ; troubloua friction ensues only when there Is obstructive governmental Interference attempting to delay or defeat the natural ordcr of thing. In our own dny the Btagu coach has beep supplanted by the steam railroad nnd stage coaches have practically become a thing of the past. Ihe tallow) dip tvos succeeded by lamps filled with burning fluid or oil, and lamps by illuminating gas, and gas by electricity. These and many other changes were accomplished with no serious disturbance whatever, nnd so it would bo wlUt commodities used ns money In the absence of governmental obstruction. There would be no threatening money endanquestion ln this country gering tho continuity and perpetuity of all business activity, If the United States mob cot engaged In the bonking business. 1 0 Among the civilized people the days of usefulness of silver as money, except ln subsidiary forms, are numbered, and silver Is going out of use as surely as has the stage coach, and the tallow dip, and for exactly tho same reason; civilization has outgrown the conditions which necessitated its uhe. No money has ever como Into use at the behest of government, or because of statutory' enactments, but solely because of rccog-- , money. Austin W. Wright, In Sound currency. QochI Montr la Good Anywhere. While a government can within Its territory define that which shall con stitute a legal tender In eatisfactlon ot contracts past and future, It cannot by lcgrl8laUon flx tho purchasing value ot its money, for money la a commodity, sua rrs value is aenerminou in toe war- keta of tie world under tie laws of and the laws of trade, like tho stronger and more laws of nature. tban any constitutions or statutes. The best money is the money of greatest purchasing power, and that money bos tne maximum oi purcirasing ,vhlch Is exchanireable ut var. tot only In the country from whoso mint it is Issued, but also In the mar kets of the world. Can't Export Law. No civilized country can confine its citizens within Its own territory or pro hibit all commercial Intercourso with, other countries. Every country, therefore, needs money which can be used ln purchase from and In payment of its debts to other countries. Yet, howsoever absolute may be the power of Its government, Its laws can have no ex effect. JNo government, therefore, can prescribe tho standard by which its currency shad be valued In any other country, or compel the citizens of another country to receive Its currency save at tho bullion value of that currency In the markets of the world. Silver Va. Milk. tt. in Yum 4t,Mo tinr tin allvm and hate a softer snap. Tliey roakei ' $41,500,000 In Iowa from their cows alone. That beats free silver, doesn't It beats It all hollow? They make $tl,B00,000 selling milk, butter, cheese and calves, and nt the end of tho year they have the same old Bossy and bpecK and Spot and Brlmllo and Bess that they had tho jenr bcfoTe. The Kansas, cow Is sticking her head over tho pas-tur fence, lowing ond mooing, with her boff swelling with $41,000,000 worth of milk, while tbo old man is dow ntown tearing his shirt becatuso Oio plutocrats wont coin $30,000,000 worth of Bilver. Emporia (Kan.) Qazette, Unwarranted tioternuient Interference 1'rerenl I'.n.r Tmnaltlonfrom One Balmtnnce la Anutlier. Money Is simply a commodity that Is generally rccogilcd us a unlteroal cquhalent, nnd It degree of goodnesu or eflloiuuoy eonslsta In the unanimity &rjmitme res ,w intT rhiittcnyiftt Price 25, It lasts twice as long; as others. A trial will convince you of Ita grtat nurlt. Will pleasa the moat futldloua. CHARLES F.MILLER, Mir. ol "" FRENCH MILLED T0ILI7T SOAPS AND PUKPUMBRY, ESTAnUSHBD, Lancaster, Penn. 1819. CARD. PHuFEbSJObAL flTTDMY JT AW llAltTFUIllt, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special nttcntion given ti collections. Office cast sido of'puHii square M. L. Hkavrin. HEAVRIH Shelby Taylor. & TAYLOR, KitorneysaiLeiw HARTFORD, KY. Attorney at Law Beaver Dam, Ky. Perry Westcrfiold, Attorney at Law, Will practico his profession n all the courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, iu Commercial Hotel. R. R. WEDDING Hartford, Kv. Attorney HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession iu all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a business entrusted to his care. Col Office over Ohio lections a specialty. Also Notary Public Cnuntv Bunk Uonnty Attorney) at Law, nizedabllltytoperfonnthefunetionsof I Attorney atKY. taw, HARTFORD, Will practice his profession in the Courts ol Ohio and adjoining conn ties. Special attention givon to col lections. Office in Courthouse. A T CL1 GIW HARTr UHD, Ki, QPECIAL attention, given to e, lections, making abstracts, Ac, Qhio c pub,. N a J Office North side of public square. ' ' . panlon. "Give lust as much attention to your advertising in dull times as you Louisville, Ky. R L DAKItR CLERKS AND T. O. BAKKR. Louisville Dental Co.. OWENSBORO, KY. Gold Crowns f 5 to $ 7 3 to 5 Porcelain Crowns Best set ol teeth (no better made no matter how much you pay) . $8 I up Gold fillings 7SC Silver filling 25c Extracting, pet tooth Painless extracting with Vitalized Air 50c Extracting Iree when Artificial Teeth are ordered. Office permanently located Wanted-Aridia"S- 4W.M.t. SS' toot Irt.Mi IhiT ma? ltotctJOHN WKUliEllBUllN cor'rin.nt wealla , Alter-n.MWrit u prju onw WMhtnuUM, I) O tb.lr ana lut ul two siindrad tarentlou naDua. i ,or Uaidln II. Ilerr.a relative of Abraham Lincoln, writes the following for the Times "Much has been said and wrlttenof the life of Abraham Lincoln. but there is a falsehood about his conduct on the trial of a cause, which is stated in some magazines aud by some oj his blograpbets and has found its way into at least one law book. "The story, as related, is this: Lincoln was defending for murder n man The evidcucj named Armstrong against the defendant was strong. Thenltnesa whose testimony bore hardest upon him swore that ihecttme o'cl k at was committed about night and he saw the blow struct by the light of the moon, neatly full. Here Lincoln handed to an officer of the court an atmauac, and told him to give it back to him when he should call lor It In the presence of the jury It was an almanac of the year pre. Mr Lincoln vloua to the murder. made the closing argument for the defense, and, in words of Mr Lamon, "in due time he called tor the almas nac and earily proved by it that at the time the main witness declared the moon was shining there was in fact no moon at all, bnt black darkness over the, whole scene. lathe roar of laughter and undlstlsjulsed astonishment succeeding this apparent demonstration, court, jury and counsel forgot t examine that seemingly conclusive almanac and let It pass without question concerning its genuineness "Now, this story is well enough for novelists to use, nshas Dr. Bggle 1 1 THE NEW WAY. VT70MBN think "fern a Is dlteases" could only bo treated after "lo--c examinaaI tions" by physicians. Dread of such treatmont kept thousands of modest women silent about thtJr suffering. Tholn- - "to uted TASTELESS W . il I IhiLn Tit . 'irin a of all the strated that nine-tentcases of menstrual disorders do not requtro a physician's attentloa at all. Tho simple, pure of troHuatton Tn9 luw demon WARRANTED. PRICE TO cts. prUlIecllclnr) -- miiv tfinnnn rw.r. IBUUai dOXUMK enn Anut WmeofrdP taken In tho privacy of a woman's own home insures quick relief and speedy cure. Women need not hesitate now Vlns of Cardul requires no humiliating examinations for Its adoption. It oures any disease that cornea under the head disordered of femalo trouble" menses, falling of the womb, "whiles," change of life. Itmakes women beautiful by making them well. It keeps them young by keeping them healthy. $1.00 at the drug stare. For advice In um requlrlnr apadit dlr.ctloni. tiUrats, (Ivlnr ymWxn. Ujl.t A4lKry Dprtjilnt," Ika rh CUtUnoogt Miletn Co., ChttU- nooea. Ttnn. W. I. ADDIJOH, M D Cry, Kin., sajll "I uie Wine of Ctrdul eiteniltly In OinTii, Ills , Nor is, WW. , Bl IxxiU, Mo. a" lUlaa of (leoUMnani W auM QllOVira TA81BLH0S Cllirj. l'ONJO ara bT. Inalluaroi. inn bouablturta tvM already tno drug bu.lne. ban ol It 7MW, In let iW n.t.r kI4 an art Toulo. liavo ucU uiUrenal aatla. uun truly gur inwu m AiisnY Cairn C tnt Por CURtt IWJITOS. slt by Williams & Bell. MlSlP 3LUltmuwiA mm wiwm tfijj duimnnii SWUIOIMKl SCA'dlUIiK3s imtuiwiwfittlJ BlUt-ail-ll T""'.a.lr'"-i& - wWMlwerAtUMssMWUllCSK. WtKtmk - junwrt WWTH HdtlKSl 5C65ft wjirjiic' nil Hrillill III UUWlj LDIIIW IMKEK EEmffi&M DfltiBm 7?&&.i viiin-,- u mwiwiwcij huaiairW aoKitniuuBt, U mypraetleeandflndluinoiliitellant pr.ptr.Uoo tit feratls treublas." rJUIiajja do when business is booming. A TI10 Ulnenml Hie Urnjr. firmer doesn't do his planting cate- As the years come and go our people grow iu patriotism. Many years lessiy j ust because hat vest is a long a street case." ago representatives of the two old ar- way off "Advertising is a business seed,and Dr Bell's Peppermint Chill Tonic is mies were satisfied to congregate to themselves and carry 'Out programs of the most fertile fields to plant it lu a perfect liver laxative Put it iu there, and blood purifier. Removes bilious- aud ceremonies making the saddest is the local paper. the weeds and it ness without purging. Cures chills of national holidays known as deco- water it, keep wc see a dif- will bring fotth fruit every time. and makes the ' complexion good, ration day. But Time has "Properly tended, advertising is as Guatnnteed by all dealers. For sale ferent state of 'things. by Z. Wayne Gilffin & Bro. brought the heroes ot the late war certain to bring llorth a good crop of closer and closeuntil we observe them business as prime seed wheat to grow (or Titty Ctnta. Guaranteed tobacco habit cure mul.es weak joining in celebrating the sacred day. Into good grain." men stronc, blood pure, too, II All ilrugflsu. Time's healing poer is wonderful. It has welded together those patriots 'lun't Tokatco Spit and Smoke Toar Lire iwtr. fur Hnle A scholarship In the Lexington who stood so firmly against, each othTo quit tobacco easily and forever, be mar full Business College. A scholarship in er during a crisis which shall remain netle.the or life, nerve and vigor, take men Dae, that makes weak Bryant and Stratton Business College ln the minds of all so long as history strong All druggists, cOoorll. Cure guaranteed. Booklet and sample free. Address A cholraslilp in King's Commetclal lasts. It Is especially gratifying to Slorllos Remody Co., Chicago or New York. College, A scholarship In Kenyon see the boys who wore the Blue.and College. Do your eyes ever smart, burn Apply at this office and we will save the Gray, walking side by side to the beat of the drum to celebrate in uuion rough Sutherland's Eagle Eye you tilg money. On next Sat Salve will banish that feeling. It their sacred holidays. Vnlnrrli (nmiol be (tared urday Richmond will furnish an exwill make your vision clear and diswith LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as ample of brotherly devotion and true tinct and will enable you to read withthey cannot reach the seat ot the di- patriotism when the confederate out tiring. Put up in 35 cent tubes, sease. Catarrh Is a blood or constituassisted by veterans of the convenient and nice to use. Tuoap. tional disease, and in order to cute it Union army, will decorate the graves plications are worth ten times the you must take internal remedies Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inter- of the confederate dead in Richmond price. For"sale by Z. Wayne Griffin nally, and acts directly on the blood cemetery. The boys who wore the & Bio and mucous surfaces. Hall's Catarrh It blue have been generously and kindly Cute is not a quack medicine The t'nrfrw. was prescribed by on of the best phy- invited by their confederate friends, The curfew ordinance 1st one well sicians in this country for ears, and to join in carrying out the ceremonies It is com- attending that occasion. This is woith trying. The h'UH, 8 p. m. In is a regular prescription. posed of the best tonics known, comLet them walk together In winter and 9 in summer, ate. late bined with the best blood puilfiets, right. acting directly on the mucous sut. peece. They fought each other in a enough for children to be on the faces The perlect combination o terrible corjfltct and together knew streets without guardianship or perthe two ingredients Is what produces its horrors. Now they can enjoy mission. It, like the loitering ordisuch wonderful results lu curlug Ca- place in all its beauties. Year by nance, confers a useful discretion on tarrh Send for testimonials, fre. O year their numbers become fewer, the police, which we do not think is , Toled.i F J.CHENBY year by year the locks of the surviv- liable to be abused.. Sold by druggists, price 75c. The practice of rlnping the curfew, Hall's Family Pus are the best. ors become whiter, .their voices more feeble, their steps more faltering. Yet or couvre leu cover the lire bell, An Apiiluiuloii lorn ruatollleo. prevailed in Europe generally during of them that: About four year ago a Republican It shall never be truer the Middle Ages as a measure of pro "Year by year their memory fade in a western town, who keeps a gen tectiou against Urea The houses From all the circles of the hills " helped his wife, who is a eral store, The men who fought these terrible were generally ol wood, aud the strong Democrat, to get the appointlor fighting conflagrations The office was battles ore fast passing away; a few as postmaster. ment decades hence none of them will re- verj inadequate, and to prevent'them iu his store, of course, and naturally main; a few centuries hence, the evety body was required to cover up stlmulattd trSUe. But, as a Repubor extinguish their household fires at to be appointed in monuments, the tombs nnd the statulican is now likely sunset lu summer and 3 o'clock in I her plac, the husband thinks lie ary of a grateful people so Leautllully winter. The custom was Introduced might as well be that Republican, dedlcatad to their memory, will have But in years to come it into England bj William the and solhe has written a letter to his crumbled. and is still kept up in patts Congressman, in which he says: '"I will be written and read that this nation produce! pttriots and heroes ol tbtt country, though its original applisuppose there will be several significance is lost, and the new one cants for the postoffiee Here. I think who never faltered In the duty they modern curfew ordinances changeshould be made at once. felt they owed to themselves and to attached to that a have been like oura does not belong to it there. I have nothing to say against the their country. The battles TU statistics furnished by Col. fought aud now we are lu the midst character of the present Incumbent, of peace. Let us remain in peace and HogeUrul sj to show that the curfew no charges to make against her. But, ordinance, where It has been tried, George as you well kuo.v, she is one sing it with the poeti It has desei ves to hold its old name Democrats in this "Peace in the quiet dales ol the most bitter uy the blood ot prevented the fires of Iniquity from country. She talked am! worked lor inane raoKiy mine men; getting beyond control in many a Bryau so openly and persistently Peace In the woodlandand lowlyglen, pouthlul breast. One city reports thai I think it would be well to haye Peace in the peopled vales. that since its enforcement the nums her fired at once, and I want the "Peace in the crowded town, bei ol Bominttmenta of youthful ln race In I don't send you place a thousand fields ot waving to reformatories has decreased my behalf, the folks don't seem to grain; percent. That result gives ground be proper, under all Peace in thehlghwnyand flowery lane, 50 think It would lor advocating it as a measure of I rly on your old Peace o'er the wind swept dowp, circumstances economy. friendship to secure your betrty sup-marts, "Peace In the whirling Wmltlng the application of the Peace where the scholar thinks, the N Y. Tribune. rt to children is proper, though hunter roamsi one town in Georgia has made It apPace, Peace, God of Peace, MintnN.watuiiirrW3lnite lor. Peace in all our homes and.nll our ply at certain later hours to persons A newspaper Is a dispenser of news hearts," of all ages and conditions. That U nncT puollc opinion. It Isn't made Pantagraph. not practical here, and might be In Just to tickle everybody under the convenient, ss a joung lady who The l.ueiil IMpcr, chiun with but it's made to tell the Speaking ol the value of the local knows something about the railroad and advertruth, promote enterprise medium, business remarked the other day that tise thr meiehint's poods lor sale A paper as an advertising who would, In should Inve opinions, but Charles Austin Bates, In the Trade she knew of some men newsntrwr such a case, need annual passes, and Philadelphia, saysi Mngine, ol c lime, everyboJv CJitUln t agreed "There is no printing thing Wilton annual passes generally are hard to wttb thtm aa I tin newspaper doesn't (.Coiumeiclal is so near the limit ol the community get LilloomQft'' News. expect them U j anti-malardo-vto-d- ay I I No-T- o wonder-worlcel vet-era- n, &CO-,Props ns Con-quei- or, p ft .ffr.Y..r, , "VIIUI Ll'Gtf TKTf TO TTTTT arYKT .; 2nrnOv7 R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, t T "V Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and proniptly atOffice with T. J. Smith tended to. & Co., Market Street. c7. A 1x7 Attorney at Law, IIlIRTFORD, KY J. 13. VICKERa, I Will practice and adjoining tention givon lo his care. uuuuing. his profession in Obio counties'. Special atto all busineei entrusted Office in Ru-ublica- Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice in all tho Courts of Ohio Special ataud adjoining counties. Office tention givon to collections. with County Attorney. ARMISTEAD JONES, The and Semi-weekly Bepublican the St. Louis Globe-Democrat one year for $1.75. j7l and WhUley ITtblts cured at home without Mln. Book of tnr-llcnUn stat IRKS. n,UWOOU.KY,uE nioo lot H.iYjorus. Hall-w- a Cancer 01 the Face. Mrs. Laura C. Mims.of SmltUvllle.Oa., says: "A small pimple of a strawberry color appeared on my cheek: It soon began to grow rapidly, notwithstand- . ing an enorts to cure S Xllauirtl l,lllUllle,IIeiMleri,ii VN1 olila lu Fire cl June 1. '' 3 55 the most malignant , h Owensboro . 4 5S tvoe. and after ex-- L Hawetville . 9 35 bansting their effort j. Cloverpott , 9 50 5.7 without doing me L Stephenpoit 5 35 10 11 616 1051 L Irvlngton When in- bonelees. up the case 11 18 639 nnA,l ilmt inv father had died from L Brandonburg Louisville i 45 p m 8 00 the same disease, they said I must die, Ar as hereditary Cancer was incurable. HI.AVI.U TIMK TAIII.K I. '. H. "At this crisis, I was advised to try ',V UY. S.S.S.,andinashort while the Cancer OOIMO HA1T. began to discharge and continued to do so lor three months, then It began to Local Freight No. 29a a 6 00 a. in. No. m a 1 oa p m. Ileal. I continued the medicine a vvklle Mall No. 20 a 7 5 p. m. longer until the Cancer disappeared Past Mall This was several years ago and ao:ia wrttT. mere uas iKtuuuitwiu u No. 201 a 7 17 a 111. Past Mall No. 221 a 12 25 p m Mail Cancer Is a blood disease, and only n Local Pielglit No. 291 a 3 35 P MS. B. o. blood remedy will cute it. ill. MRR8ICK. Agt. (guarantctJ putrly vegttoMei l a real . 7 55 LEiandeubuig . . 9 8 L Irvlngton . . 9 43 8 sfi . 1028 LStcphenpoit . 9 iS LClovetport . . 1047 9 44 LUawcsUlle . . II eye ucvuwc Kiuu LOwensboro . .Ii5pmi0 48 inflamed, nnd was so ArHendeison . . 15 '55 44swollen that for quite Nb. No 43 a while I coutd not dally dally East bound see. The doctors ss p m 7 20 a m said I had Cancer of L Hcnutrson '-1 West bourd L Louisville . No. 41. daily 7 55 No. 43. dally . . ' 6 30 put 85 A Real Blood Remedy I, I iv mnnentlycureCancer, Scrofula. Itczeina, i!i,ii.rntm nr aov other disease of the anu oa cancer mailed free to any sddre. Swift Specific Co. Atluutu, lia. The and ! Republican nod. ' books Send for our Plseases, Dlood j -- SW the Courior- Journal ior one year ior S1.C0. a&xfiii i ill1 jaaiMhaMf- r- rft-l- ii j ' frt ii it miiIi-iimiii- Hi l1 'iTjtga .: & if I r r i i i lUMera. to bis duties, Baiiie States. Kentucky and Ohio county $100 GIVEN AWAY Ow.nosv.uk. Ky , Hay ft -- Tlie to the should be warned against the en- work f lawless destruction as carried discharge of them than Mayor Todd. To tho Most Fopular ToaoU-or- 8 croaehlug evils of the ilquor traffic, " bV lhe toU nle Charges hnvo beau mado againstsome Its blighting influence is felt all over of Ohio County. 1 Cures Ulk" In lavor our land. Its otuel hand is seen to ol Central Kentucky has reaehed its members of tho General Council, but e itself into the hearts of wives cliiuax- -h climax that will perhaps oIllooU'sftirMpnrllls, the indictments against them hnvo all .. frt nn nLIier meui..1l.., i.i. The Ufil'uiiUOAM lias always he u and mothers, and everywhere is its nccompiiMi iniicii1. niwniu omunt. lli : btcn dismissed except an irrelevant friendly to 0ne, in great euros reoorded in truthful, tho teacher ot Ohio counhostility to Christianity unasiiuiing lawlessness convincing language ot grateful men and Parly pro- -j ty, ami otic about a conspiracy. Subscription, $1.25 por yoar has always received subsiau-ti- jl nti unrelentles It has no sj mpathy most effective ad- Ust nielli the Sll.rilTuf this county womcI) constitute llceaii'I partisan matico have btcn these cures are maraid from them and we have ni w for sobriety and is n common enemy and twrntv drnutlea while EURtding n.in. Mny ofwon the confldeneoo!Bntcred at the at Hart lord- - Last summer and tall tho great cry worked to niako charges, but calm as second class mail matter. the Wvominz toll unte nenr this yeloui. They havegiven Hood's Bareapa- determined to givo 100 00 iu res to both morality and religion. with tho irco silver men was tho low 0 insidcration will show that thcro has the destruction of whlih hid thn noonlei hvo sales In the world, sod ents Io tho teachers in a voting con We, in view of all this, unheailat prices on tho farm products, which rltla tho larsest . .. not In on for many years a more hon. . MV n .fr . can upon llie citizens or Ohio "c" .1..4...I ul .....a MttAnlA.1 " - jmVC mio neowwry (or us msnuiaciura " 1 lest. Wo nave tour prizes, valued ingiy thoy claimed would never riso under est and capable administration of mu,nb ol forty and n pitched the greatMt laboratory on earth. Hood's 30, 825, $25 and $20, which woa.o county to make one desperate 1 (Tort a gold standard. How nboutit now? nicipal aflalrs than tho Republicans ? BrMitllU U known by Woarocoiiw to othwut the deslgnesof thU ru Ii bittleen-ueTho prices on all farm products, hogs, Commercial. have furnished. -of shots were exchanged, -e- nemy. We a.ra.gn blender, allowtlmteaZ people Vsay shcop, Mltlo, Ac, hnvo risen very nnd Chas Jones nnd Allen Johnson. ik.curosotdy.por-U.live- x who shall have Iheso presents Two ol the two oltl Pn"'M "being its percoptibly, and thus tho arguments I'rnlrcllnu Prohibit Triitln. give their atten- of tho prizes will be given to tho tno protectors and supporters nnd as such two wealthy farmers among the tiids troubles, catarrh cures which prove The of tho free silvcrit ch is knocked into crs, wte Instantly killed. Three tion and their loyalty so exclusively MnAt lwinutnr Imlv tortfOipra nm1 turn they do not di serve the votcot n.Tihi smithereens. more of the Raiders were mortally n to things forrign that it is not sur- will bo given to the two most popular . We would also recommend that n noumU-d- , but were hutried away beis the opinion of the Domocrntio prising that they should know little gentlemen teachers. Wo wiU pub- fore thuy note identified M,ed to mtet M bosses that tho Populist party is mado about home inteiests or home condiREPUL1CAN TICKET. every week two coupons in Tin: ford Five or lx ul the mob wetc rrcog nnd lhat eyc June onc up of fools and tho ignorant class of tions It has been without effect on Rbpuiiuoam and all volts must bo who is w,mnf, t0 put hlinielfor her. nlgtd, anil one nrrte I and tailed. them that Protectionists have pointpeople, The Democratic bosses hold Eloctlon Nov. 2, 1807. used as printed. It makes no dille- i- self It the best-- la f ct the One True Wood rurlfler. recor(1 wIlh the iv0hibition conk to AHitnar oTimrs little caucus' over few days aud devise ed out over and over again that dos enco how ,,m "III to eo you get hold of tho paper, patty be invite.1 to take part, nnd .y The Slieitffaiid 1 k lienvily aimed to operate. SB.. ways and means to "fool tho Popu- jnestlc competition not only sti murCountv Judge, Jas. A. Park. just bo you use tho printed Inrm as no down for one time tluir political par deputies It ft town tbN morning toar-nrie- HOOtl S PIllS Uke,er County Clork, M. S. Raglnnd. lists," they say. We wish to servo iates invention, and so reduces the the raiders who were recognizother will he counted. Tho prizes ties, and sit unite in elcttng some Circuit Clerk, 6am A. Anderson, notice on those Democratic bosses costol production, but that it also Tennere Ceiilriiulnl, ed, and ntc determined to bring them one to the Legislature who will IntroCounty Attorney, M. L. Heavrin. serves to keep prices nt their normal will bo distributed as follow: Tickets will be on sale at the folnow that the Populist party is as a 1. To tie young lady teacher who duce a bill and work lor its ptssage, back dead or alive. They contemS. T. Stevens. Sheriff level in respect to the cot of produc rntes, dales and conditions! School Superintendent, Fon Rogers. general thing mado up of good men; Hon. So that even if the Tariff rate receives the largest number ot votes to prohibit the sale of intoxicating li- plate stubborn lesitttuce and fear they lowing .6 30 cents for the round trip, on sale " men of principle, who will not bo deJailer, Thoa. H. Black. will be attacked from ambush. were, in any particular case, higher wo will givo one of Geo, F. Cram's quors in Kentucky. and including October Assessor, G. D. Royal. ceived by you aoy longer. The county regulatorshave fortified daily until After the discussion of other matthan necessary to protect Americans New Universal Globes, valued at $30. Coroner, L. W. Hunt. 15th, final limit to return November," ters ol importance the meeting was themselves and mote blocdshed is Surveyor, N. Moxlcy. A 110UT the timo of the, election last against foreign producers, still, it It is tho finest Globe that is made. 7th, 1807. sure to follow. O. M. Wilson, Sec'y. would not work to give American 2. To the yoiing gentleman teacher adjourned. fall a Democrat of this MAGISTRATB. f I 55 Round Trip, on sale dallytm- - , The wildest excitement prevails, producers excessive profits. There who receives' tho largest number of til, and including October 30. Final Hartford Dist Christopher Allen. place had several hundred bushels of and a general upri-in- g may follow. have been numerous cases where. votes wo will givo one of Cram's New t'nll Meetlnir. Cromwell Dist Jonl B Wilson. corn for sale, and he pitched in and limit 15 dajs from Hste ol Sale except TO TUB ClTIZBNS OH HAKTrORD: through Inadvertence or through the Universal Atlas, valued at $25. To give jou an opportunity of test that no ticket thll lnwr longer limit sold it for 25c pci bushel, cla'ming impossibility of absolutely perfect adFhirnds and NnioiinoRs: Owing ing the great merit ol lily's Cream than Nov. 71I1, 3. To tho young gentleman teacher Announcements. 1597. that after McKinley's election he to the existing state of affairs cons Balm, justment ol.the Tariff, the rate has who receives the the most tellable cure for casecond largest numFor Iteiircactitnllie. fj lor the round trip, on mIc would never be able to get more than been higher cerning the school intenst in our tarrh and cold in the head, a generous dally 45 than was necessary lor ber of We are authorized to announce until nnd including October 30, votes, we will gi re a scholar10c per bushel. Now corn is worth Protection against foreign producers; midst, us your School Trustees, we R. A. BYERS cent trial size can be had ol your Final limit 7 days In addition to date from 40c to 50c per bushel and the but, nevertheless, the price has been ship in King's Commercial College of would most respectlully rtquest and 10 As a candidate for Representative druggist or we mail' It f r 10 cents of sale. Lousviile, valued at $25 urge every man and woman interest-i- n Full slz from Ohio county, subject to the ac- aforesaid gentleman is about ready to kept down to its normal place by 50 cents. $1 8j for the round ttip, on sale T. 4. To the young lady teacher who become d gold standard Democrat or means of home competition, tion of the Republican party. the wcliareofour community, to HLYBROS.. s6WarrenSt., N.Y City. .May Wire 15th to June 7th inclusive, and Republican. Verily, the timea are nails have long served to point this receives the second largest number of meet at the conrt honse next Monday It'is the medicine above all others September 15th to Oct 35th inclu- adjourned last improving and tho pcoplo are flock fact. We may now put them further votos, we will give a scholarship in evening, May 31st, at 8:15 o'clock to Legislature The for catarrh, and is worth its weight in sivc, final limit ten days in Friday after passing Borne important ing to the Republican party. ti their legitimate use and, with Kenyon College at Hodgcnsville, consult concerning the best way to gold. I can use lily's Cream Balm to date olmle. This very addition low rate-ovalued at 820, making iu all a total of proceed to upbuild and better our bills. them, nail forever the Free Trade He with safety nnd tt does all that is $1 80 applies only to bonafidestus have along contended that tho that trusts formed for the purpose ot 8100 to givo to tho teachers. We school facilities. claimed for it B. W. Speiry, Hart- dents nnd their teachers in patties of Kentucky Day at Nashville Mon Democratic party wanted to kill tbo enacting exorbitant prices flourish Under the present state of tfT.irs Wo have made arrangements with ford, Conn. ti and more on one solid ticket upon day drew a large crowd of Kentuck-inPopulist party, and to further prove under the Protective system. The Supt. Shullz totako charge ot voting our bands, as yourSchool Trustees, written application of principals of to the Centennial. our assertion the Herald this week is collapse of the wire nail trust proves contest, to open tho ballot box, count are tied, so we can't even levy an ins Mr. Sam 1 Shackleford, Owentboro, colleges, schools and institutes. opposing tho f usiou bill, which would this. Its collapse was due wholly to the votes, &o , The contest will cidental tax to pay forluel, lights was in town this week. Please notify me as early as possible TnE District Conference of the M. and other articles necessary for the enabled the Populists to have voted the power of domestic competition, closo on the last day of the Ohio ol the date nnd putties will go and E. Church, South, for tho Elizaboth-tow- n uodertbeir device for the Inst Vkjt same set of and domestic competition will ruin County Teachers' Institute, which comfortable conducting ot a school. district, is in session at Hardins-burAn Indiana editor was tccenty suc- have ticlets ready. officers as the Democrats and still every trust whose object is to make will be held some time in August. Another matter to be considered is, II Mrmkick, Agent. this week, Bishop Wilton pr- ecessful in n suit a;aiust a dcllnnueiit excessive profits. As a would bare maintained their party The voting will bo perfectly fair, and do we want a. School of moie vnlue subscriber, who "had never ordeicd sidikj. Etenlxxljr Baji So. organization, but as it is now the weekly journal hss recently said, Mr. Shultz, together with his Board than a plain five months common the paper" (?). butwho, it was lound, CmcritI L'amlr CsUmrtie, the matt won- - " Democrats have forced them to give speaking ot the collapse ol the wire of Examiners, will count the votes school? From, the comnion school Wt Seutor Ucboe docs not drink. nail trust, "every combination law we learn that by a majority vote had regular.!) called for it and taken dwlul meilhsul Oltosvenr etlute, Oft, tferllir or and refrMhlrtr to ibe act He has no bad habits. He has many up their party, give up their princi- trust which seeks to maintain prices and the prizes will be awarded that of ourcillzens we will be able it out ni the poAtoflice lor two years. ami ixMlUrtdy on KMiteyi, liver mh! leweH, to overGo to work and vote for your The court ordered that the subscriber cleaning the entire tinlrm, t)Ufl esMf, good ones, and is going to surprise ples and have attempted to yank the above a normal profit, carries in it- day. earn tmwlevlie. fever, IwMUmI ronetlpaUen, come onr present state of embarrassl Irr ft bx nl Ul Ioiiwmim hiiy Send all votes to 7. H. ment, but to do many people by making a. better Sen- entire Populist party into tho Demoself the certainty of future downfall. choice. this we must tile n ay the subscription accoun ol $$ and off (J.C WMlny.lO,eM JVti-em- . Held tod cratic fold. guaranteed Io cure br all UmfgWU. The only monopolies which have last-- ' Shultz, Hartford, Ky., and ho will petition with the county court on $16 cost o: suit ator and a greater statesman thaH J. I of in the ballot box. We can Monday.June 7, requesting to subC. S. Blackburn ever dreamed is said that where there is much ed tuand years in this country, and put them IiiicUlrit'M tntirn Milne. I or Nnle bid fair to last indefinitely, are those furnish ox Ira copies of The Rei'Uii making. mit the question to a vote of our peo The Best Salve in the woild lor smoke there ia bound to be some tire. A desitaUle f.mu of one-- hundred : which sell their products at competis lican to anyone who wants to Vote at ple. If filed even that early, we Cots, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt 11 un't AuranoementS are being made by This is true as a rule. But as there tive prices, Economist. 5o per copy. If you want many cophave a vote on it before the 14th of Rheum, FeverSores, Tetter, Chapcd acrts. situated near Hartford, well m imnud, iniioinius. corns, and all watered, a good oicliet, two hundred which the Louisville, Henderson & aro exceptions to all rules, bo there is ies, leave your order a week before August. Shall we decide by a vote Skin Itrupttons, nnd positively cures bearing trees. ood buildlngs.nnd in To SwrIIoht lhe lopillllK. For instance the Fusion-ist- s will run too this. Texas Railway Company, what kind of a school we shall have, Piles, or no pay n quired. It is goodcoinuiuaity. Fur luitherpar-ttcu- )t The aim of the Democratic paity is hand. hereabouts are raising a smoke; through trams from Louisville to St. call at this otflce at once, tf Remember we will give 20 voles or shall your trustees remain power- guaranteed tn give pcilcrtratisfaction yes, we will admit that they have cre- to swallow tho People's party, as is or money refunded Puce M cents Louis. This road is certainly giving unmistakably shown by the action of with every new subscriber to The less to levy any kind of a tax? Come per box. For sale by Willi ims & better accommodations to the public ated a large, black, dense body of tho n IlmliliiK the latuea. Get your friends to out to the meeting and lets decide Hell. Democratic Senate at Frankfort 13 1 yr. Buy a suit that is honest clear and is improving its service generally. smoke. In this case however thero is subscribe and give you the coupons, what is best to be done to preserve the past week. A bill, as some of smoke; only that and nothing more. through. Insist upon it. oosU no r our splendid school building and reand EXCURSION TICKETS more than poorly constructed ones TuEBcason for college commence It will clear away in November, and our readers are doubtless aware, was will by this means your candidate gain our standing as an educational win. gives a satisfaction never approached" VIA T1IR offered authorizing each party to placo Many young men there will be revealed, the most menU is at hand. rn town. We want to consult with yon by one ol the r kind. all candidates nominated or indorsed are preparing "eloquent orations, and worst beaten set of gentleKeep its shape ss long as yon wear so we may know what you desire us t O . it, and is a suit that will carry you and many sweet girl graduates are men who ever tried to get into office upon its own ticket, no matter whethto do. Your will shall be ours. o TO TI1R salely anywhere. A man that wears a writing delightful essays, and prepare by ridiog two horses at the same time. er the candidates were the nominees Yonrs obediently, S. K. Cox, o 0 suit that "flta" him xnmt por of auyother party or not. By this it ing beautiful graduating dresses in A. J Bem., him wnt s liu a better opinion ot be too Bweet for meant that a fusion may be accomwhich they will just is MEMORIAL DAY. himself, and feels more kindly toward I. P. Morton, a the rest of humanity. , is the day set apart in plished and each party vote under its any thing. R. Holurook, , What kind of n suit do you wei? honor of America's dead soldiers. own device. And International Board of Trustees. Itxposition ' u c When you buy Pantaloons -- have SrEAKEK Charles Blanfbrd is spokt No Nation has produced braver If Buch an ararngement as this them made to tour order, too We i 3 o en of as a candidate for Clerk ot the soldiers than ours. From Lexington should bo consummated the silver elmake them up for you from $400 I'nnnnl Unite. & 'We do not and BuDkere HilJ to Gettysburg nnd ement would bo a Court of Appeals, A union of the people outside Iho For the ahove occasion tickets will up Made right. Materials in any ' unit. But tho silver style you may iancv no matter what know what Mr. Blanford'a intentions Appomattox, wo have an unparallel- Democrats in the Senate are blocking old parlies can win, but a union ol the be sold by the Illinois Central Railroad at varying times, rates and sort we have them and the price is are regarding the matter, but in the ed history of patriotism and devotion all business in order to defeat this people will never be acoiniplished in- limits, including a the lowest. ticket on sale always Bdward event bo concludes to make the race, upon the part of brave men. Their bill. It will be seen at a glanco that The Rose & Co , Chicago side either the Democrat or Republic- daily, good to return until November i o would The Fashionable Tailors that's the he would be a winher and 7. and includinn tickets having limit deeds ot heroism torm bright pages tho Democratic party does not want an parly. SI of twenty days, fifteen days and seven make they put their names on lhe ke au efficient officer. the silver forces to unite, their only on our history. A middle of tbe-ro-ad Populist is days; also tickets on Tuesday and goods it's n pledge ol good o The soldiers of America havo been being to force tho Populists to vote one who believes that Ihe party should Thursdays ol each wtek with limit of Tiiavsir.N it. ftverything It now appears that the following o o stand squarely upon its own platform, filtern dnjs. For lull particulars as that goes toward making your bull n M persons are slated for high official sta- noble men. The record of their val the Democratic ticket. This lhe Popfinished product, is founi in this o voto for its own nominees, and have to which of the above applies from make. Theltnings tions in this State: Disttict Marshal, or is so inspiring thnt even the school ulists will never do, and the sooner Inequality the your nearest Railroad Station in con3 fit the styles-i- t's boy as he turns the pages of his this so called, regeneiated, reconnoconnection whatever with eitherof nection with the Illinois Central Railjust exactly right A. D. James; District Attorney, R. in every detail, or ou can have your road, call on or address your nearest the two old parties. D. Hill; Surveyor of the Port at school history, reads with pride the structed Democratic party is swept money back. c . The People's party was orcamzed railroad Ticket Agent. d Louisville, C. M. Barnett; Collector story of their warfare; the story of out of existence the sooner will tho reEvery new weave and coloring that E form movement unite. as a rriiddlo-of-th- o road party and tho Wm Murray. Uiv. Pass Agent, fashion dictates as chic every idea in the Second District, E. T, Franks; their victories and defeats. o that coes towards pivinir mn n,af We can never unite under lhe The battles of American soldiers quicker it gets back in tho plain New Orleans Colloctorof the Fifth District, E. C. Dlv. Pass. Agent, C appearance so much dehave been fought in the interest ot head Democrat. Farmers' Journal. . straightforward highway and stays Memphis, o Messrs. Yerkes and Roberts Sapp. sired by nil men, is lound in Suits of o c They hnvo never mere tno oetter lor toe party and this make. will be Collectors in their respective liberty and right. H Hanson, o p a., Chicago. Ooly $1,00 A special low rate to Orders taken by Cirsin & Co.i fought to oppress tho weak and helpthe country. Jo A Parker. districts. W. KBM.OND, A O.P.A , Louisville. jj o Hartford, Ky. less. No hired troops from other Louisville and return on Sunday, BS Whenever a fusion ia effected in nations have fought in American May 30, 1897. Tickets on sale for - . any county, nil the politicians and ranks. The soldiers of our land have tho 5:15 a. m. train May 30th Beaver 0. c l&OiPavifor office seekers who expect to gain by been American;; they are our own Dam to Louisville and return for 81; .Board s o nutl Tuition it, are expected to uphold the deal to countrymen. They aro our own dead. good returning same day at C o'clock E & Itverjthlnglur. H. Mekmck. be sure. In keeping with this we find We owo them much. We lovo them p. in. nished for the -some earneet advocates of fusion in dearly. Flowers aro the best and special Summer this county who, so to speak, are moat appropriate emblems of respect l'rniik I.fHe' I'opulHr Jllonlhly for Term of8 week J r. H WWi bjp Jung 8 raising sand in behalf of the fusion and kind feelings. Their fragrance rf "Homes in Greece" is Ihe title of 1897. AH our students will havo tho onnortunilv of attnnilm. ticket, being supported in their arduand beauty are typical ot their finer the leading article in Frank Leslie's o o DEContuoky ous ettortt, by sharming visions of feeling and sentiments that find a Popular Monthly .Association for June It is pic. Yfkau th Idea of getting pis, place in the human heart. by George Donaldson, Ph. D,, 3 written for teaching get a hette? certificate, or to take a is ejected into the average citizens' we scatter roses and there are more than a dozen illusHence, Special emphasis put on the Stato ToaoUora' Courao. You can enter now and mind it cause him to be very earnest and sweet flowers over tho graves of trations, including a group ANNUAL t0 u.t MEETING EPrVORTH LEAGUE, Mention Course wanted. ' tfrWrit. now. CHEKRY BROS.. iCpiie.o". in support of that scheme which be departed heroes. of portraits of the royal fimlly of TOIinONTO, ONTARIO, Southern Normal School aud Bowling Green Business CjUoge, Greece In conjunction with this arhopes will give him a cjmfortablo seat But, neither eloquent speeches or B.wllng Orcon, Ky, July 14th to t8th, 1897. at tho pio counter. fragrant and beautiful flowers, can ticle, and of tqual timeliness, is one Members of tho Epworth League express tho lovo we havo for thoso entitled "Crete nnd its Vicissitudes," and their friends should bear in mind When the Republicans took charge who have died in freedom's cause by Anna W, Young. "A Day with of the affairs of Kentucky they Such expretsion is beyond human the Trout." by Henry R. Hoydock, the advantages offered by the Wabash Railroad in the way of low ra'es HAVE OPENED THEIR found a shortago amounting to over is another piper appropriate to the powtr. season, and both the text nnd the (one fare for the rouud trip to Toron8500,000, which was the direct result pictures make one long f r such nn to) fast time nnd magnificent equipof mismanagement on the part of the Tesleil by lhe out! g as the author descilbes. The ment of Buflet Sleeping Cars, Freo Democratic party. In filling the The special session of the LegislaReclining Chair Car, sat Ins disposal Gov. Dradly in ado ture has just adjourned. It passed a eighth paper is the excellent series of Kansas City, Chioagoetc , between and ToronAmerican Universities some mistakes, which are fast being bakers' dozen or so of laws, every one mtlclcs on something that was never of which was bcucficial to the iuterftls nnd Colleges" treats ol Williams CoIh to. For particular, timo ortrainj, crrrcoted, lege, and is by the Kev. Dr. Hben etc., writo to O. 8 CRANE, G. P. heard of under Democratic rule of the State. Burt Parsons, the populnr Secretary nnd T. A. Wabash R It., St. Liuls, they never oorrect mistakes. Wheu Moat of these laws would have beeu ot that institution. It contains Mo. 44 4t you vote for Democrats you voto for passed by tho regular session, aud the jjr twenty-seve- n Illustrations, among Wo are awarn of necoedtyof au extra session would that samo crowd. which nre several groups of students. I'rnlillillion ;iiivriillini the errors of tho Republican Stale have been minimised but for tho opThere are many other good things in The Prohibitionists of Ohio C0111-t- v, Administration, but we say emphat position of tho lroe silver Democratic this number; a profusely met at Ihe oflke oj The Kentucky illustrated ically the niiu iu Stato offices now are elemoutln tho Senate. description ol n visit to Cairo: "Loco- Gleaner today Bro V. M. I,ikiis tho best that the State has had for a It is not fair to hold the Republic motion In Indi." by I'loience I'enn was elected Chairman Qf the County number of years. They are men an party responsible for failing to d Poruian; by Hrne.t and O M Wilson Secretary Oi who will do their full duty towards more, it It did IngerpoU: n grnphlennil lieautlful pic- suggestion of Dr.o Smith the meeting inoro was u ceded. Hip people of the State Tho luto what was necessary, and it elected a tured description of the City ol Baltiwas converted Into a council It was Republloan Legislature passed some sound money Republioau to the Senmore, by Chatles Thomas l.ogan; an diclded that a convention be called to bills that would have saved upwards ate to succeed a tree silver D.moorut. ii.sUlinrnt ol Frederick R. Durton's meet at Hartford. June 7th. for the of 550,000 per year to tho tax pay Tho Kopublicaus, so lar as the Stnto new serinlikevcMl clevershurtstorlesj purpose of nominating a mm to ren era, but tho Democratic Seaate killed Oovornment is ooucernod, have dune a description ot some new plays; on resent Ohio county in the State I.e,j. the bills, aad thus the Domooratio interojintr department young islature party is responsible for tho mischief all that was wiuirod of theiu, and ptophyect -- Prank I.eille's Publish- The following resolution were ZfcTe-w- are entitled to credit. done. I adopted: ing llOiikf, New York.- In ihe oity government they havo I We renew our allegiance to the tbeen bumpered, butuobuly can point That Hood's Saisapaiilla purifies N.tlonnl Prohibition party anl plat .. A dim nnw OMNII11W will mAnt ell l.iv Inlm n . ,. .v, n,.., r...,..m a'gnw. venieie and gw. . hdrsis toan exiravagaiioo or d's'iunrst tiso the blood and relieves a va.st amount form as adopted at Pittsburgh 1896. vuni tunas ml not LuJfc VmfI vol LZJ Rett tiuugh tfyrup, All orders promptly attended to. guaranteesacomtorlabloride. V Io tlwtL bold br druf Leave o public money. rder at Fie'd's Llveiv Stable offciifUrlngis not a theory but n well We tliluU it high, time that the .j M..1,.., kji,.i. ir..r....i VUlMvl cmuv, ouu vuivuuimit,, tfBIIIVIU. Fpg.MMimfvjr-ifl- M There was never a Mayor who nt- Inown isct. great Christian nation of the United That man who is wrong on prlnoi pies nod who to divert attention from FRIDAY, MAY jS, 1897. lil erroneous position, launches out lulu a tirade of irorsonal abuto against Office on Fox Stroot. so mo men, la in mighty small busirl r.xrrf frlitnjr At Ilnrirorl, Kjr, ness. Certain editors in this county SAM A. ANDERSON t. .Editor. might do woll to reflect on this l.-ustato-menpost-office Hartford Republican. tended more carefully or gave more hours of his time "'''ou ''' Cures M cm-m- 11 -1 If 1 ' .. .... 1 -I -- ..U """' d. Ld drs l'ice-Trade- 1 It 8rtM" lh ,, Hood's Sarsaparilla ,lr "ft1 - "" 1 st ' l ns Mili-rrlh- rr -- g n nt It - ' tor-lo- c Illinois (Jen. f. redy-to-wra- J TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL TNTjEtfSlLXrillO. 1 ; iI I work-mansh- S well-dresb- a rt&WQspS&h Tho Qtato Toaohors' ' P6 0 11 11 S full-pa- ge oCZZTZZ2 c& HENRY FIELD SOIT of-fi- o. 'cl. " r "Hox-Tosslnir- fr CTarapKi'ia'inqii TiK.ilNrSZF'.EIES XjI3TeEl Beaver Dam. ....,. To -and Fromll..r. .....,.. i,. rru,. I - .... ' w 9impQtUiJOTi- - mrjTWu r- -r Tfp Miiwrrtw-'i- n ijMi.itnhihjiijB. ig GSoM - ,- fii"" . Buy Felt Wwtrejjl Arson & Co. .wtsTITMirr i DON'T BE HUMBUGGED By limning circulars and prices that would-b- o competitors fail to meet, but come direct to Elartford and trade with . Tht floating BlUdwtB at Calhoon. Soma Suggestions that Ought Pair & Co, tftfpts&ifcnke hams to bo Hooded. fielif'fl efegaiit 'bus line. iMtronhw Buy your cldlliingqf J. 15 Fogle St, Some one han wis I mM: "If ' , , Co. there is anything on chiiIi thnt lellg. 11 citMen heavy cotton box 5c at Fair & ous, moral, uptightf Co's. tlij(yjfne"cf'IadieTl)elta gle & Co's. OUR SCHOOL. Where you can get FAIR & COMPANY &he - THE BEST SELECTIONS, est Qualify, oo up ooc tip . 50c up i ;W Can Show Tou Mens good shoes from Indies fine shoes Ladies good slippers . he lowest friges. We Can Show You Good Domestic at Good shirting Good calico Good lawns Best bed ticking Turkey, red table linen , , . , ,, . ', , . i '. ,c 4c .'.'.'.'15c tc i5e We Can Show You .infant Cops and Hcadwear. Ladles Hats, nicely ttimmed, from 50c up, besides a beautilul line of We Can Show You V -- Ladies belts ladies Collars and Cuffs Handkerchiefs I'rench Woven Corsets Heavy sesmlessjilack hose . 10c ladies black hose, 2 pairs for . , Indies nice parasols Lovely fans 10c 35c set .' . 5c ,...., . . . .. 39c 10c 15c 50c 5c We Can Show You Boys suits , Mens all wool suits Men f ults Good pants Blue and fancy cottonade pants 16 ounce cottonade pants Boys knee pants all wool , ". . 65c 54 00 $2 50 ft 00 48c 75c 25c We will buy your Feathers. IV e will buy your Wool. We will buy your Eggs. We will buy your Ginseng. We are doing a legitimate business,on business principles, and want your trade, so come along with your money or produce and we will see that you are satisfied with prices, quality and styles. With each purchase of S2.00 or over wq givo you a handsome picture to ornaVery Truly, ment you home. FUR & 0u Bobs-raspat- sbobt-hao- t, telsobapbx penmanship, etc, , k Shoes and Dress Goods witb wool at The steamer Janle Kae landed at Carson & Co's.' uifrii -- . Hartford yesterday and niter unloadIf you want your jttcture enlarged WO. UIJ 'XlllllU OXAtJiA. The CQB ing and taking on a large lot of you should see ClMe Wedding. freight, started again tor Qvnnsvllte. firm he Is taking orders for guarant'ncUol l.lnr. is at llnriturd The best Oxlord Tie for $1 00 The trade is constantly increasing on tees satisfaction. The Bvansvllie and Hartford Pack- Carson & Co's. the line. for et, Jnnie Rac. leaves Haitford Miss Olive Carson returned last We will buy your bacon and hams. every Thursday and Sun Evansvllle Mr. and Mrs Jonathan Raley, Rov Sunday from Vine Grove, where she Carson & Co. day at 6 o'clock a. ra. Arrives at sine, passed through Hartford Wed- has been teaching school for the past IJvanavllle every Tuesday and Sat. three months. To borrow $600.00 on nesday on their way home from Wantrd uiday at 9 o'clock p. m. Returning where they had been visiting Miss Annie Fogle, daughter of the property worth 4 times the amount. leaves llvansville lor Harttord every Hon. J. E. Fogle, of this place, is one Call on or address A. B., care Tub their daughter, Mrs. Bud Allen. Tuesday and Friday at one o'clock p RiiruuucAN, Hartford, Ky. Last Wednesday some thief entered of the graduates of Hamilton Female every Wed111 , arriving at Hattford the residence of Mr. Thos, Stratton College this year. nesday and Saturday at 4 o'clock p. Photographer Taylor will makeCab. who lives 3 miles north of Hartford Mrs. J. E. Fogle and Miss Mamee m For cheap rstes on freight apply inet Photographs for n short time at and stole n fine pistol. Qther things Ross will leave to rriorrow for Lexon boird of boat or to las. P. Carson, $1 50 per dozen and will be found evs were torn and tumbled about, but ington to be present at the graduation agent, Hartlotd, Ky. Your patron ery Monday at his Photo Car in Hart-lorthe pistol Is the only article that he ol Miss Annie Fogle at Hamilton Feage solicited. has missed. 39 tf ' CaiT. W. II. Moorr. Manager. male Colleges Who desires to better his or her condition In life, should writo for tho Catalogue of tho !20Z0S4?2 i:nlll VIOM, izens should agne upon, regardless ol everything else, it U the upbuildB Fo. ing and the bttteilig ui the school facilities ol thejr Slut county, pro Fans, jwrasola, nlltts, lowest prices clnct nnd district." at Fair & Co's. Referring to the above, the truth of d Buy your cottonade pants at J. It. which is denied by no hone person, isn't It now time lor the g od people Fogle & Co's.. Absolutely Puro. of Ilsitford to take some action In reGood shirting cottons'lor 4c at J. gard lo our schools, wh'ch nced'sup-po- rt Celebrated for its ereat leavening strength nnd healthfulness. Assures B. Fogle & Co's. outside, ol the common school the food against alum nnd all forms ol Leave your qrders for Job Work fund, but which it cfunot obtiin adulteration common to the cheap without a majority of our people say brands. RoyauBakinoPowdrkCo., with Tim REronLiCAN. Nkw YonK. so. L." Bulllngton for anyCall on E. That our citizens may know our thing in, the ton serial line, condition we will say that Hartlord J. C. Riley has corn for sale. Nice lincol gcntlemens low cut has a splendid stone and brick school White paiasols at Fair & Co's. shoes nt J. H Fogle & Co's. building of 7 rooms, which is paid for . 35 pieces new wash goods at Fair & Priesmeyers slippers are the best, and belongs to the town, but owing Co's. to the repeal of the taxing clause ol found only at,Pa!r & Co's. our charter our trustees havn'tcven Take your stock to Field's Livery Call on Pield & Son for the cheapthe power to levy a tax to pay for Stable. est and'best Buggy Harness. any lccessary repairs, or the necessMr. R. M. Walker has been quite Bring us your wool, feathers and ary incidental expense for the comforill this week. table conduct of a school within the ginseng to J. E. Fogle & Co. Buy your summer undcrwear.at J. Isn't this a NV. Taylor, Greenville, was walls of said building. Mr. E. deplorable State of affairs? Wc feel It Fogfe & Co's. . in town the first of this week, 11 sure our people don't wont to let our Prof. Henry Leach, Cromwell, callMrs. Jennie Hamilton has been ap- fine building become a habitation for ed to us yesterday. pointed postmaster at McIIenry.- bats and owls Instead of the seat of Col. M. J. Skaggs, of Madisonvllle, The' new Pension Board for Ohio learning It once was and we believe was in town this week. county'took charge of affairs yester- upon reflection quite all of them are Mr. J. S. Allen has been granted day. now ready to take advantage of the an increase in his pension. Graded Common School law which will give Remember Bulllngton makes ample provisions to relieve See our voting contest in another you a good shave, hair trim or shamour community of its present State of column for the teachers. poo, embarrassment comcerning school Dress and apron ginghams for 5c Mis. Weaver Austin and Mrs. Gray, matters. per yard at J. E. Fogle & Co's. Beaver Dam, spent Wednesday in It is a fact that under our old system that a tax of from ,80c to 95c on A small lot of wool will buy a big Hartlord. , . , --lot ot Dry goods at Carson & Co's. Mrs. Jno. J. McIIenry will leave to- each $ too worth of taxable property morrow to visit friends at George- and a poll tax of frorae $2 50 to $5 on Mr. J. A. Crawford', Owensboro, each white male over 21 years of age town, Ky. , , Special Pension Examiner, is in town. was a little hard for some of us to Col. S. R.- Dent, of the United Big line of wash wool goods from pay, but now we are out of debt, for 8c to isc per yard at I. E. Fogle & States Life Insurance Co., was in town the house and can maintain a school this week Co's. to months for a much smaller sum, Mr. H. P.Taylor and ftmily have say cot more than 50c on each $100 Miis Annie Petty, of Pordsvllle, is the guest of Misses Lyda and Berta returned from'n lew weeks visit to rel- worth of taxable property and $1.50 atives at St. John, Kan. poll tax, on - each white male InhabN Morton this week. Mrs. B. D. Walker and daughter, tant over 21 years of age. If our peo Select your choice as being the ple agree to accept the provisions of Miss Lula, are attending the Tennesmost popular teacher of Ohio county the common school law allowing the see Centennial this week. and vote accordingly. trustees il necessary, to levy the Buy your groceries from Pate Bros. amount named it may be that in two Messrs. W. T. Keown, James CoopThey always have the freshest and or three years we may be able to er and Sam Gains, Fordsville, were cheapest goods on the market. maintain our school with a smaller In town yesterday. Rev. J. S. Chandler is at Russell- - . tax, but let us by all means have a Mr, and Mrs. Sam Rowe and this week attending; the exami- - I more extended course of study and a daughter, of Ccntertown, gave us a villc nation of Logan Female College. ten months free school for every white pleasant eall Wednesday evening. school age. We A trimmed Hat latest styles for . child within the Remember Field's 'bus meets all can't afford to raise the children of children at 50c. and Misses 75c. and j trains. For the most pleasant ride to our town in idleness, aS will be' the Ladies for $1 00 at Carson & Co's Beaver Dam, leave your order at result to a great extent, it we only Bring us your country produce we have Field's Livery Stable. a plain five month common pay the highest market price. school. "Idleness breeds mlschiel," Hon C. M. Barnett and Mr. Jas. P. PAYS Bros. so lets keep the children busy at Thomas have retumed from Frank, of the The steamer Janie Roe wilKinake school. What do you say fathers, lort, utter the adjournment mothers, guardians, will you consent two trips to Hattford every week, reLegislature. ports to the contrary- -' notwithstandi- to let your children continue in idleMrs. M. J. Williams and son, J. II. ness 7 months in the ye,ar and thereby ng-. Williams and little granddaughter, encourage them to engage in evil We want yoor wool, feathers, eggs LillicBell, were In Owensboro this practices, or will you encourage them week, visiting lriends and relatives. and Ginseng for which we will pay to become educated morally mentally Mr. J. W. Ford and daughter, Mrs. the highest market price. nnd physically and thereby fit them Carson & Co. R. B. Lee Slmmerman, and little to battle for alivlng with the business daughter, Winnie, art! spending the We still have a few pieces of affairs ol life. "Time is precious," week with relatives near Llverniore. emeenswarc that we will sell cheap nnd every child in our community should have a chance to obtain such Schapmire is agent for the Globe for cash. Coll and see them. an education during its tender years, Path Bros. Tayloring Co.. Louisville, and is pre pared to make your clothing in firsts , Bring on your woo, your wife and which will enable it to shoulder the class style. Suits from $12 to $30. daughters. You can buy Hats, responsibilities soon to fall upon its afj. resigned as Surgeon Qme-ra-t on Qv Bradley's stall because he thoight the Govtrnor snulibed him nt the G. A. R. meeting nt Lexington Or. Ktmbley prestoed over the Re. publican meeting In 0renshorn that denounced Bradley for bolting Hun. tcr. A wile and two sons sutvlve him. One of the latter, Dr. Hugh Kimb1e-- , practiced medicine with his fntlirr. Prank Kimuley, his other son, is at Yale College. Awarded Ugliest Honors World's Pnlr. CREAM BAKING MOST PERFECT MADG. pure Grape Cream of Tartar Towder. Fre film Ammonia, AUm or any other adulterant. 40- - YEARS TUB STANDARD. A POWOER ... Illliorlitlll .Vnlirr. Capt. Jno. G Keown, Commander of Re ugh River Guards, has received notice that the KentuckyState Guards will go Into camp nt Fountain Ferry Park nrar Louisville some time between the 6th nnd 28th of July, and hereby t quests c, very member of the Company to report nt the nimy on the night ot June 4'h. Ni excuse will be taken, and every member is requested to be present. The members will take notice accordingly. The Ohio Circuit Couit has been in session for, two weeks and will adjourn The criminal docket was disposed of, and this week has been devoted to civil suits. There was one man convicted and sent to the penitentiary. The grand jury adjourned last Saturday but reconvened yesteiday to consider certain cases which were to come belore the body; Judge L P. Little, oi Owensboro, has been attending court this week. - OmV il llir Old IJMtinU nnn llum?," I am grieved lo loiirn ut tho death Circuit Court. T. Morton, ol Ohio He was ono ni thope men who sympathies were t'ver with the His hand was always unfortunate. outstretched to aid tho Weary on life's Ho was n Populist ono highway. of the "Old Guard onft' of tho.o Ho opposed who never surrendered. political trades nnd doals .with all tho vehemence of his impulsive nature. In short, ho was one of those grand men one delights to know, and hold in memory after his dcpiutiro. 1'mco to his ashes, f Jo A , Parker. of my friend, county. l'rrnrlllilff Dr. Coleman will preach at the Baptist Church hero next Sunday morning and evening at 11 n. m. and , The morning Bubject 7:30 o'clock. will bo "Brotherly Ixve;" text, Heb. 13:1. Evening subject, "Who and What a Christian is." Acts 11:20. The public is respect! ully invited to attend, while the christians of nil denominations are especially and. eflect-uallist. requested to favor the occasion Mr. John W. Tichonor, Point with their presence. Pleasant, was in this community ono Eye waters or salves containing day last week. is spendMr. Wm. H". Fulkerson sugar of lead are dangerous. Someing a few days with her daughor at times sore eyes are cured with them lead poison 'does not always result. South Carrollton. Thousands of persona have lost their Born to the wife of Mr. R. Bolls a eyes as a result of the use of such boy. preparations. Sutherland's Eagle Mrs. David Iglehcnrt, near Point Eye Sal v1 contains no lead and can- Pleasant, was tho guest of her aunt, not injure the eyes of a babe. For Mrs. S, T Hunter, Monday. sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. y. ly Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bennett, Beda, visited relrtlves in this community re cently. Miss Mnttie Hunter is tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. Annie Lashbrook. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Huntor were in Livermoro Tuesday. Mr. Fielden Bennett and wife, Beda, visited friends and relatives here Saturday Miss Ida Addinglon is on tho sick nmai.i.iioDhi:. Rosn. Lost About one mouth ago, head of hogs, one sow, eight pigs and six shoats. The shoats will weigh about 80 pounds, marked left ear cropped, the right split, the pigs are unmarked. The bow's mark is unknown, but is marked. Any information leading to their whereabouts will be liberally rewaided. v Mrs. Tex Mi A. Gray, -in Westerfield, Ky. Mr. U. S Carson attended the strawberry supper at Rosine last Sat., urday night. OI.A'IU.V. Miss Mollie 1 Peyton returned Bun-da- y Fit guaranteed. shoulders. BRYANT & STRATTON SUSSSE, wn. .. Bu-for- d, i , OI.ATOM. For the Fish Fry at Rockport, Ky., , Peo lo in this vicinity are busy June s, you can get round trip tickets fanning. Most of tbcm nro clone plant-in- g at que (are from all points on the IlliYheat and oals are look-- i4 nois Central R R., between Louiscorn. ville, Owensboro and Greenville. 8 m. Bond tfion shipped two car loads Yon cannot afford to miss this Fish Fry and public address on Masonry of chickoua last week. OwensboMisaoi Lizzie and Cora Dean are by Hon Thos. S. Pettit, ot ro, and Judge R. H. Hampson, of relatives andlriends in Sult'itinj Hverybody invited. Louisville. phur Springs neighborhood. I. D. Maddox, Sec'y. W. Millqr U very low with Mr. O. consumption. . Messw. V, ft (Vhito and Charley. Duff arrived homo from Elizabothtown Saturday, where tlioy have been atThey roport a good tending school. time ami siy )3tUbethtown iobool is ono of tho bettin the State. We are Borry to know that Louis Look about you I See for Daniel took leave' a week or so ago for yourself! Who suffer most Mr Daqjel was unknown lands. from sleeplessness, nervousness, formerly ono ol Owonubjro's Icadiug nervous dyspepsia, neuralgia, butfnefs men,.but the last two years despondency, general weaknr so he has lieou engaged in mer-- i ness? Who are on the edge chandlsiag and farming near Olaton. of nervous prostration all the Tinea cheers fur M. b. Ragland, Sam A. AuderaOn and Fon lingers. time? Those who are thin, Wc learn from reliable sources that Mr. W. L. Graves, of Horse Branch, .who Is in the stave and timber business is thinking pi locating his mill at this place Hartford is the best place In the Gieen River country for him to locate. The.Jirnetals of Mrs. Minnie Daniel and Mrs. Martha Daniel will be preached at Cane Run church the 5th Sunday in May by Revs. Acton, Byers and Oldham. Are You given by The strawberry the ladies of the Methodist Church at Road and Bridge Commissioner, Jo the Court House Wednesday night was largely attended and was very L. Carson is havieg the washout fixed just below town. The work is profitable to the prompters. being done bv Mr. Steve May and a Good Laundry work is what all crew of hands. Mr. May understands people like. Now the Hopklnsvllle his business thoroughly and the road Steam Laundry Is the largest In the will be fixed exactly light and accord- South nnd does first-cla- ss work. ing to contract Lyman Williams is agent at Hartford. , llrroralloi, liny l'mgrnm. The following is the decoration day programme, as it is to be obterved at the McIIenry and Hamilton school house, Saturday, May 29th, 1897. Post No 4 O. A R .ivhlch has charge of the affair, guarantees a pleasant nnd enjoyable day to those attending. Everybody Invited. Bring baskets with lunch and flowers; 9:30 gath ering in front of schoolhouse. 10 a. ui. welcome address by Dr.J.S.Smlth song ana music by Mc 10:30 a. m Henry chinch choir. 11 a. m. march to the graveyard for decoration of graves; song by ehotr and praer by Rev. I. A. Bennett, n 130 a. in match back to the grove. 12 in, recess lorjunch. 1130 p, 111, song by choir; prayer I by Post Chaplain J. A. Bennert. 2 p.m. orations by dlflcrent speakers. 3 p. m.re-pott- s ol Committees on decoration. d and song by 3 30 p. m "Home Sweet Home " Dls. missal. Messrs C II Ellis, Fon Rogers and other local speakers will deliver ac1dtrea dnnng the exercUM. chll-dre- .1 supper Samuel P. Benbrook, lecturer and Thin? author, State President Kentucky Junior Prohibition League, will lecture at the Qputt House in Hartlord June 9th, 1897, at 8 o'clock p. in. Admission free to all. Capt. G. F. Stickny telegraphed Judge Carson yesterday that he could not reach Hartford at the. time men. tloned heretotore, but would likely join the boat at Llvermore and would Inspect Rough river. Messrs Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Opium, chloral, bromides, Prospects lor our new railroad are growing blighter every day. Judge Carson has leeelved a letter iiom Col, Boone, the promoter of the Black Diamond System of Railroads, saying that he was now looking over the teriltory, and Itom the- present indications It would teeni that the road is almost n certainty Col Boone Is now holding meetings nlong his proposed route, getting rights of way and psrfectiuj other plans' for the building of the road. It would be a great help to Hai Hold and Ohio county, as the roa would rim nearly entirely across the county. - headache powders, only make matters worse. Iron and bitters are only stimulants. To be cured, and cured for good, tood. you nud a You want new blood, rich blood) and a strong ncrve-ton-lc g have nlaced their store a rrnnho phone, from the NatlonaJ Grapho-' phone Co., New York. It furnishes a great deal of nmusement.to the peoIn . SCOTT'S EMULSION of Oil with is all this. It feeds the tissues, makes rich blood, and strengthens the nerves. Cod-liver ple and Is a Source oi enjoyment to nil. Hypophos-phlt- es Jim Book about it free for the ailing. Fur tale by all druegbU it 50c and SCOTT A BoWNE, NfwYork. The following named persons have paid their subscription to Tim since our last Issuer A.' . P. J. Buskell, Point PJeasanti Johnson, Mark Ren frow, Sulphur Springs; J. P. Allen, Olaton; B. M Bennett. Beda, R J Mason, Buford; C T Edwards. HortoniM. R. Crowd-eHorse Br.mcli r. Some of our people seem to have been asleep on school matters for nearly a year, but we dare say that if any ot them desire to move to a new town, they would bunt lor a town whose citizens were alive to schools and school interests. It is true our last school was as good as we could expect for the uion ey it cost, but we need, as before stated, a more extended course ct study and a longer term. Schools are not as expensive luxGold A, uries as prisons, jails, penitentiaries, criminal prosecutions and courts, and Kdnrata Your lloirelt With Cmrnretn. Candy cure constipation as statistics show that nearly three. 10C.S3C C .hylic,fall, druggists refund forever, money KGttO fourths of the inmates of our prisons m in this issue the rchool We not edElsewhere are illiterate, why should ucate our children right and not risk trustees are calling for n meeting of the chances of making criminals ot the citizens at the Court House next Monday night to talk over shool matthem. Something has to' be done in We note that the Herald and a cor- ters. respondent therein this week touches order to build, up our school again. upon this Bubject which is of so much Since the taxing clause In the chatter was repealed the school cannot be importance to our town and community, and as immediate action must be maintained for a ten months term taken if we are to have anything bet- without we vote a small tax for that e The proper course, ter than a 5 months common school purpose. during the next school year we would think, to persue would be for Jthe urge every citizen of our town to at- trustees to levy a tax sufficient to tend the meeting called by our trust- meet tlie expentes nnd to emp'oy ees to meet at the court house next good teachers, and we will soon have Let ever) body study Monday night for the purpose of con a good fchool. sidering this matter, See notice of about the matter. call elsewhere in this paper and lets Poullata Wora Ignored. all go and lend a band in the good MorgtJntown, Miy 6. The sllver-ite- s work which we so badly need. of Butler county met In mass conA ClTIZBN. vention here to day and nominated a Mrs. ticket for county offices, composed of Gill, Ky , April 9, 1897 Johu McAfee of this place writes the eight sllverites and one free silver statement for following voluntary The nominees are as folpublication: taken a num- lows: County Judge, Speed Guffyj ber 0! bottles of Hood's Sarsaparllla, County Attorney, Mc. Taylor; Cirand It has done me more good t'hn.n cuit Clerk, It A.Taylor; Sheriff. Ino. nny other medicine I have ever taken Davenport; Assessor, George Pend-le- y; My general health has been better Jailar. Ben Porter; School Supersince taking it than it was for years intendent, Miss Mary Cherry, Surbelore." veyor, W. M. McKlnney; Coroner, Hood's Pills aie the favorite family II. C Grayson. No nomination was made for CounEasy to take, gentle, mild, cathartic. The Populists are very ty Clerk. 35c. much dissatisfied and many of them itt say they should be treated fairly and Dr. J. F. allowed to have the ticket under the May as Kimbley, a leading physlcan t f O The gold Demoplow and hammer. died very suddenly about crats and of the Popumidnight. He was perfectly well, apt lists will vote for the Republican I VLl p. ata uimuuu lisai bubiuhmsA tllAlV Iiuicuuy, Au.l Ua.I juas n ticket. call over the telephone. Leaving the letephone he returned to his bedroom Nolle. Our carding machine will be fully and fell to the floor and expired. years oveihanted and in full operatlou June Deceased was seventy-foold and served In the Union army. 15. We will be better prepared than He ,ad an extensive practice nnd was ever for the making of wool rolls. J. W Food & Co. woith over ino.ooo. Recently he from a week's visit to relatives in Grayson county. Miss Murphy, of Pleasant Grcvo visited her sister, Mins Lela Murphy, ono day last week. Mrs. Kidd, of Louisville, is visiting her niece, Mrs, A. S. Bond, this week. Rev. W. R. Byers is on tho sick list this wcekr Mrs. John Dugon is able to be out again. Mrs. R. L. Cannon visited friends and relatives hero last week. Olaton will won lose one of her best citizens Mr. J. R. Bruner u thinking ol moving to Evansvllle. Our people regret very much lo loeo Mr. Bruner and his estimablo wife and family, but wioli for them a pleas-an- t limo in their new home. I'iijutH Jliiiitlm rr33o. The publishers propose to send a copy ot World and Works 5 months from June to October inclusivo, to new subscribers only a; a trial order, for 25 cents, and in addition thereto, give each trial subscriber free, a copy of a littlo book of (U pagts, which contains select chapters of a work by Rev. Irl R. Hicks, which is to bo tho This is a crowing work of his liio. rare opportunity for any one to study the storm forecasts throughot the coming season, besidos the many oth er good things in Word and Woaks of interest to each member of the famiTho regular price of tix'u littlo ly, book alono is 25 conts. Send 25 cents and your address to Word and Works Pub. Co., 2201 Locust Street, St. Louis, Mo. II. IllekV Irt Lincoln's Plnymntc. Hodge ville, May 26. "Uncle" Austin Gollaher, the only surviving playmate of Abraham Lincoln, is lying at the point of death at his home three He is nine miles east of this place. years of age. e . VSUlS. Mrs. Elizabeth Williams relumed to her home at this place after an visit at Hamilton. Aunt Martha Coleman is very sick. Mr, A. C. Stevens and family spent Saturday nnd Sunday iu West Point neghborhood. Mrs. Ann Ross, who has been tha guett of her daughter, Mrs. Roda Bennett, West Point, the past three weeks, is the guest of her granddaughter, Mis, A'. 0, Stevens, nt this place. Rev. L. Ticbenor, of West Point, will preach at this place at 4 o'clock the 3rd Sunday in June. A large party of young people from Beaver Dam passed through thisplaco last Sunday en route' to High View. S.B.F. '' wThTalmer, .WATERLOO, IOWA. fUrvoui ffrom "8vdtrMlon"th Horron of Nrvln. Pro. by Dr. Miles' ' Niulilmly-Owensbor- three-fourt- hs .b-.- . flftimtA OOUail loa not always Indicate Mr. W. II. lalniur of eonwmntlou Waterloo. Iowa, writes: "I wumalcu with ft nerrotM trli turo of the brum lilal tub, ili'l develupea IInto iwrvoult ap Ia. I wu K wuak could uot got no aleop tor ilaft e tcept wlieti uudtr Hie d lnllueucootoplaUM. lor lour mouth I agoule ana prayed that I might die una DO St rat. uu pbyricUn said I bad Dr." consumption, (or I bad v ait-t- rviiio a cough that gave me bo rest. Dut a good old pqyslol&a, whose jtottorea aitxllcloe bad (ailed, .Health; advUed mo to uo Pr, ft iNervIno; It haa brightn.im and I thank (Joel that JlfndaTtd coed my daya. leugihi ned qjy MIlM'Ueatorattva ur me (rota the borrow ot narvoo) prftfrttUon.' drug-gU- ta Br Mile' Iteme Jle are eold under a po.1 ivoguarautee. tlw bottle beao&u or uwo J '0( untied Moult on Heart jtndN)-a!n' tiall iuplk.anu. Tju. MILLS MtHU A I. tA , Blkhart, Iud. bfU 'gajifarfaeMlr .3tuau. "(r"T-K- - gIQjMrp patiettafig Hartford Republican. 1'RIDAY, MAY a8, 1897. -- Omi in heaven, crush the thought! the rttuorto of a first fault? No, no, Impossible! Tiu;i.ot'iMiTiMn ron I sir:. like to lay down close beside the window in the loft, Charles Finloy. SjcralaryofStato A11" look ft" on the river, when the W. S. Taylor. Attoruoy Genoral flnilD ttttalABa lina stick II11A wind Is tilotviu' soft; Auditor Sainuul it. Stono. 111 Jilltheiiv uviiiuiiuw vwgvi- I sot a vls'lln' 'long o' II inJut' now Goo. W. Long. ly, as servant opened the lull, tmhc stoop, door. CommlHiouor of AgriouUuro, Ilor said. " You ntrer know rou j Tilldn'abdut the putty way them have UIchi a rill till It li nil nnd lIcuKuro Statistics Luoof "No, sir." I wptu wlllers droop ow.H sso. a i. nooa t 00., Monro. Thus reassured he drew from behind Them little ones a otnu 111 mem vu rroprletors, Lowell. Mass. Hiiporintonilcnt Public ltistrudlibn-Ge- o. Tho only pill to take wlta Hood's Sarsararllla. elUltr s(,e thc ,t his back a hand in which he held a M. Davison. Like little tender gals that feel too big bunch of roses, which if not very Register Land OlUco Jbas. O. shy to look np straight life of her pet bad ende 1 in tragedy, Reynold. choice or artistic in their selection But Hannah she was flyin' around, sought for revenge upji her persecustill spoke eloquently of a great, lovInsuranco Bureau Cofh mission cr-with brush nn' broom an, pan, tor, u ' at Georgetown telegraphed to W. Coraiugoro. ing heart. His eyes sparkled, his An' Bays."Vhydon'tyougo to work? Adjutant General D. II Collier. tinners trembled with joy, when, in the police at Cincinnati to have an ofYou're gettin' lazy, Danl" Slato Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown the dining room a moment later, he But when L git luy work all done, with ficer meet the train with a warrant lor Day. arranged his flowers in a hadsome lots o' time to spare, the arrest of the man who had thrown RAIMtOAM COHMtSWtONr.nS. Au' Hanuah s slicked the ki.chen up, her dog from the window. Upon arvase, and with tender little pats and an' sets a scwin' there, Jno. C. Wood, chairman; J. P. touches set them carefully in the cenI nlwiz feel so restless-lik- e, a hanker- - riving at Cincinnati, mine two hours Dempsey, II, S. Irwin, Secretary ter of the tittle round table. and a halt later, an officer of the po- Samuel F, Brown. In'for chores, Then from his pocket he drew a an' as still lice force was present with the war(With not a soul CONQltrS'IOKAL. as death ou'doors; tiny jewel caseandhldit under one rant made out and readv to reize the Scuators Hon. William C. Lintl An Hannah'U say, "My sakes alive! offending gentleman ol the two napkins. The lady who say. linn. J. U. 6 Blackburn. why don't you stop an' rest?" smiling "Now," he murmured, Repretcntativo Fourth District But everything's so solum n that 1 had lost her dog came forwaid to gayly, "now she nxiy come in!" Identify thc man, who was immediHon. John W. Lewis. cant if I be blest! Now that his preparations were finately placed under1 arrest, preparatory , STATE I,EOISI,ATUIIE. It's in these summer mornln's when to taking him to ished he sat down to wait, idle, test- the station-housSenator Hon. A, D. James. the work is plied in stacks, less, fumbling at this and that with Representative Ohio County Hun. 'N' I know I'd oughter tackle it with The pris6ner was, however, released his big, awkard hands. Finally he at this junction by the appeal ance oi 0. M. Baruett. scj the or hoe or axe, Tbeu's when I feel like lonfin'. an' the dog, who came panting down the tried the library, and looked over the OHIO COUNTY. lollln' round a spell, naoers placed on his desk. "The OirtCUIT COURT. and track with the pipe in his mouth. When the posies are TheRus-siaMinisters United Both parties recovered their property Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Ovfens there's such a fre h nin (met ; Obligationsto Be Promptly Paid. boro. Lexington Herald. Before the day gits drowsy, or the uninjured " Bah! what did he care birds run out of glee, Hon. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney THE INTEREST BAROMETER. When everything is lively that's the Owensboro. whether thev wete paid or not? He loafln' time for me! T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. was waiting for her; he could think of Intercut Itnte Are l.owerln(Jiltl Thnit K.mma C. Down, In Silver Slantlnrri iloantrleii. G. B. Likens, Clork Hartford. nothing but that she was coming in In June Ladies' Home Journal. B. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner It will pay sllverltcs who wnut cheap to fill the room with her radiant lovemoney that Is, money M low rules of Hartford. An l!iiiiilnlmileNlgn. liness, her faint perlume. G. B Likens, Trustco.Tury Fund "A man's advancing age tells on Interest to study the rate of Interest charged in gold aud sliver standard How was it all going to happen. Hartford. him in no other way more .unmistak- countries and to compare the average Should he run to meet her, take her Cal. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. able than in his habits of rising in rates of In tercet on certain ulasses'of Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford in his arms, and call her "My Belovthe morning," remarked Col. Peter loans In sound money Mutes, which Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. ed?" No; at first he would say nothnever faror repudiation, nnd In statu Tolllver, of Philadelphia, to a St. ing. He would seem quite indifferwhich favor free eolnago and wbich Bishop, Centortowu; S. T. Stevens, Louis reporter, "f am 62 years old, sometimes favor repudiation of debts. Cromwell. ent, "unconcerned, then, by accident, and wake up every morning with the It it dlfllcult to get exact figures of InNome ililng to Know. Court oonvoncs first Monday in waist, his arm would slip around her It may be worth something to sun. Time was when I used to re. tercast rates In different states and coun March and August and continues three and he would lead her as it were un- know that the very best medicine for to be waked be- tries, but the statistics obtainable nro weeks, aud third Monday in May and consciouslyto the dining room restoring the tired out nervous sys- gard 8it as a hardship was'when was not favorabla for the farmer who totes November two weeks. I fore o'clock. That for free silver with thecxpectation that door, where he was going to enjoy COUNTV courtT. tem to a healthy vigor is Electric Bit young. When I reachtd 50 I began It would enable him to borrow money ol her surprise and pleasJohn P. Morton, Judge Hartlortl. the delight ters This medicine is purely vege- to wake with the sun, and no matter at low rates of Interest. D. M. Hooker, Clerk Hartlortl. ure. Aocopaingw me insi census, table, acts by giving tone to the nerve howlate I sat up the night before, I E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Ah! at last a step outside! His joy , age rate or Interest on farm mortgages be- - , found myself tiled of sleeping Court convene first Monday in WB, The sus- centres in the stomache. gently stimi890 WM 7 M must be distinguished, lest she ulates the Liver and Kidneys, and yond the hour of the sun's rising. undoubtedly declined ehice then, each month. pect something, and again he caught QUAJtrKllLY count. aids these organs in throwing off immen you meet about 50 now cept. perhaps. In certain states which is wired from Lon up the paper. "It Begins on the third Mom.lsr io " purities in the blood. Electric Bitters will tell ycu that they find themselves "r rata is don" "It is wiled irotu London" "rho r. hljftur thaji improves the appetite, aids digestion, sleeping than formerly, and are ftali othtf clnasesslo yKUtitlnt u on January, April, July and Oetobc ,, of but the words danced before his eyes, and is pronounced by those who court or CLAUIS have unable to aicount f r it Whenever probable that the nveraSe rate of Inter- Convenes first Monday iu January, red, blue, green he could not dis- tried it as the very best blood purifier one of them complains to me, I know j est In this country Is now considerable and Tuftsday after the eeciuil Monday tinguish another letter a hand, her than six per cent In England. in October la no matter how vnnntr ! and nerve tonic. Try It. Sold for what his n.e hand, was on the knob! many olliergold France, OTHER COUKTY OFFtCI R8. in .tandiml Oormnny and ,, ..n.inubudti- There is he 50c or $1 00 per bottle at Williams She entered, blonde, beautiful, but G. S. I'itzbugh, Surveyor Sulphur Bell's Diug Store. us that responds to reawakened nature less than five per cent. We have, howsoft, luxurious looking out from the when we reach the half century post ever, put the rate on the barometer at Springs. warmth of her costly furs a little N. C. Daniel, Awotsor Cromwell Protect the ruriiiorn. Ix per cent. Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. HartOn October 9, 1S91, corn sold in through lite, and all the drugs in the weary, a little disheveled, after an In Mexico, Central and S011H1 Amur-loa- n pharmacopccU will not atrtst the tencountries and in most other coun ford. afternoon spent in visiting, shopping, McLean county, Ohio, at an average dency to sleey no more niter daylight tries on a silver bails the rules of Inter- L. W, Huut, Coroner Siilpnur swiftly riding In a coupe. The "good price of 49 cents a bushel. Empire comes. In the luture when a friend est will probably average more nither Springs. day" she gave him seemed a little township, according to the assessor's P.,orhtiusf C. R. C.imp'iell, you of his inability to than lees than ten per cent. Statistics weary, too, the gesture a little petu- return, produced in 1894 n total of complains to on ordinary loans on farm morlgugra Keeper, Hartford. drew pflf her 159,100 bushels of corn. The crop of sleep after 'gloom shivsrs uff and nre not available for comparison In lant with which she justices' courts. ' he these countries. Perhaps the most At lights creep in just tell him that A. S. Aui.l Mnroh3, Juae 1, Sepgloves, threw back her furs and drop- 1896 was practlc illy the same. will find this h.tbtt fited upon him available are those prepared by Prof. tember 1, December 1. ped into a chair. 49 cents a bushel this corn brought remainder of his Hie, because Irving Fisher nnd published In August, JostB. Wilson Match O.June 5, "I am very late." said she, "and the farmers $77,959. The averaee foristhesure sign of advancing age." 1S9C, by the American Economic associmust dine quickly; the Daublgnys price on October 9. 1896, in McLean it a ation. These thow only market or bank September 4. December I. we C. L. WooDWAiiD-Mar- ch 12, rates of interest In London, Berlin, are coming to take me to the opora." county, was 18 cents a bushel; so that containing arsenic Chill tonics June II, September 10, December 10. He started, pained and surprised. the actual value ol the current crop is make children look fat its not flesh. Jah A. Bowlhi March 20. June "What, you are going out, dearest? $28,6380 loss of $49,321. In i89r, Arsenic puffs them upand ruins their 19, September 18, December 18. wf4UNtRIEsSl B. F. Graves March 25, June I thought we were going to spend the oats sold at an average, on October 9, bone its dangerous. It should only '3, 20, September 23, December, 24. The yield in be given evening together here in our little ot 26 cents a bushel. by the direction of a physiiV Empire township in 1894 was 80,900 cian. nest." Dr. BU's Peppermint Chill Ask your 13 13 She had thrown herself into a low bushels. Assuming that thc ptoduc- - Tonic contains no arsenic. It con- ... Druggist . 111111 wri.n iiir li.. H..M If.... n;.iii, .in .O. - iiif prnn i.tains no arsenic. It contains no I? -.mil. 1.. easy chair, with her tiny feet i for a generous I . l. II to the fire. "Really my icuiizcu uh 111c uasis 01 1091 values, kind ot polsoh. cnt trial nze It cures chills per10 10 a: . KtyfH ('renin llnlff she $21,034. The average price paid on dear, you are very unreasonable." manently. It makes stout, sound contains no co "It was very October 9, was 10 cents a bushel, or bone and rich, red blood; fltsh vigor answered indifferently. ciin, meicury Daublgnys to invite me, $8,090, a loss of $11,944 on oats, or good of the other irju and vitality. 1'or sale by Z Wayne 7 Q rious drug you know, my visits to the theater, 1 $61,265 on oats andcorn alone. There Griffin & Bro It is quicklj accepted with pleasure. Still, if you was purchased in Leroy, in 1891,130,-00- 0 " f S Absorbed 9 iu pounds of wool. The production wish to forbid my going you can, you Foregone lint Not I'orRolten. g K at once. I 4 since then Dtyden says: "Not heaven itself are my master; the law is on your has declined over one-ha- lf opens and clean, C0LD,NHEAD but that is lairly chargeable to the upon the past has power." Nothing side." estheNHsalPa'sages. Allans InfUni He dropped the paper wearily, all Democratic free trade policy to en- can blot out the past four wretched X mation. Heals and Protects thc the brightness gone from his face. actment into a law ol the Wilson bill. years, during which the. blight of Membrane. Restores the Senses of "There is no need to be angry dear- The loss on the wool crop ol Empire partial e ha3 been on the Taste and Smell. Pull Size 50c ; est," he expostulated. "I had no township this year, as compared with land; when the fires have gone out in Tiial Size 10c at Diugists or by of a 1891 the price then being 18 cents a the furnaces, when American mills mail. thought or wish to deprive you Paris, New York, Calcutta, Toklo and ELY BROS , 56 Warren St.. N. Y plessure. You reproach me. too, pound and 10 cents in 1896 is $to 400 have closed one by one, when the Shanghai for a series of years, arid of You know that I am On these three items alone the farmneedlessly. wheels of industry have been clogged course these are far below the average nearly always busy in the evenings. ers ol Empire township were $71,655 when the value of property has sunk, rates. Prof. Plsher finds tliut the averHOW TO FIND OUT. age bank rate of Interest from 1675 to To nignt however, I am free, and I poorer in 1896 than they were in when business has been at a stand1379 was 3.8 per cent. In the four gold was promising myself " 1891, And still we wonder at hard still, when the wages of American Fill a bottle or common wntr--r rIjss standard couutrles and 10.1 per cent, "All right, I'll not go." times among the farmers, distraint workmen have dropped, and when in tho three silver standard countries. with urine and let it stand twenty- - four "No, no, dear one; not at all! for tent processes, and inability ol work itself has been taken from them In silver standard couptrles tho rato hours; a sendiment of settling indihad for cates a diseased couditiou of the kid Come, we'll dine quickly. You'll go men who own land to pay their debts. to be given to foreigners "What has 1870-- 4 fallen bitt llttla, the- averngo gold neys. When urine stains linen it is being 10.7 per cent. In yourself beautiful, and and make m been," and the htstoiy of those four standard countries the rato had fallen positive evidenced kidney tiouble when the Daublgnys arrive" Tli IXncotery hnteil III I.ilr. Too frequent desire to urinate or pain yeary must tejualn us it is, But over 25 per cent., or from 5.2 In 1OT0-Mr. G. Caillouette, Druggist, "I am not going, I tell you! I no though it cannot be changed, it may These facts tend to show that thero Is in the back, is also convincing proof III , says: "To Dr. King's be put out of mind, now that we are soma good reason why interest is that the kidneys and bladder ote out longer wish to go." order. She flung off her furs, her dainty New Dlscoveiy I owe my life. Was on the threshold of anew era when, lovverdn gold standard countries. They of nre confirmed by the further facts that what to no. to a taken with La Grippe and tried all under the American system of Protechead, and tossed them angrily There is comfort in the knowledge many large loans and some sninll ones the physicians for miles about, but ol tion, prosperity will once more return made in silver standard eoamtrlej so often expressed, that Dr Kilmer's couch. Swamp Root.thegreat kidney remedy no avail and was given up and told I to the land. We payable In gold and at rates of He watched her sorrowlully, misFay it may be put far below those prevailing. One of fulfills every wish in relieving pain erably, nil his innocent joy, gone; could no live. Having Dr. King's out of mind. Wo do not mean forthe alleged reasons why Japan litis in the back, kidneys liver, bladder feeling himself aged and enervated New Discovery in my store I sent for gotten, for we hope t'lat the history changed from a silver to a (fold basis Is and every part of the uiinary pas a bottle nnd began its use and from of by this quarrel, that was so useless, sages. It corrects inability to hold years will never jto obtain lower fates of Interest thete mine and scalding pain In parsing it, which th wished to negotiate. so unforeseen, so incomprehensible the first dose begun to get better, and be forgotten, but; will always be teady .Ttiara is more in.thls subject of cheap or bad t fleets following uie of liquor, She was seated now at the other alter using three bottles was up and at the call ol memory, nnd will stand money than toma sllverltes dream of. wine or bear, and overcomes that un side of the fire, her slender, white about again. It is worth its weight as a lasting monument tflllie disasThe best money Is, In fact, the cheapest. pleasant necessity of being compelled hande clasped carelessly about her in gold. We won't keep store or trous evils of Prce trade, nnd as a If the borrower thinks otherwise, lot to get up mnny tiun-- during the knees. He sought and sought for bouse without it." Get a free ttial nt warning aninst another mch mistake him have his cheap money and pay the night to urinate The nuld and the Increased rates of Interest charged fpr extrpotdinory eflectof Swamp Root is something to say to her. anything no Williams & Bell's Drug Store. as was made in 1892. it. Byron W. Holt. It stands the highest toon realized matter what, that would bread the for its wonderful cuies of the most Thomas JclTeraon "UninasUcd," Tnlil r llnllroHil Mull- flip IIikIiin ol 11 Yoiinc Wife. horrible silence, but nothing would It Is painful to be forced to unmask distressing cases. If you need a The following amusing accident is "Before ever) thing else the young come, a man who has been so long held up as medicine you should have the bet woman has a tight expect from her related and vouched for by Superin"By the way," said she suddenly tho exponent of democratic doctrine, Sold by diugglsts price fifty cents and sympathy nnd tendent of Bridges Wite, of the but a stern sense of duty to the free sil- one dollar For a sample bottle nnd so suddenly that he perceptible husband tenderness, A woman with a ver and spoils democracy o'f the present pamphlet, both sent free by mall, Southern: jumpted "I have invited Paul Ber- filth " says Ruth Ashmore. writing mention ThkHartford RsrunucAN compels us to portray nard to dine with us to morrow. Hr in the June Ladies' Home Journal ol pug do boarded the north bound colors. It Is not right hkn In his true and send your full address "What to Rxpect Irom a Young train No a, entered thc smoking car receive the enthusiastic that ho should to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Uinghamton. N. agreeable " is vrrv laudations of " "But sometimes. In his eag- and took a teat immrdi.iUly behind n Chicago platform democrats when he Y. The proprietors of this paper Man "Ah!" guarantee the genuineness ot this of"Why 'ah?' What do j ou soy 'ah erness to make all life fair to her, he gentleman smoking nn antique btiv-ro- ot was false to nearly every one of the fer. pipe, with atubc mouth piece great nnd glorious principles whloh lanciea she is a doll, and not a woior?" they formulated in 1800. What right "For nothing nothing at all, dtnr. man. And a doll is a very selfish andehgant gold mountings. The had Jefferson to pose as a democrat, toy; it demands carrlul treatment nil conductor, when the train had stinted anyhow? What pretensions of democI would say 'ah' just as I would say Thrice-a-woG- ij the time, and It glvea nothirg but a told the lady that she had nude a racy had a man who actually believed 'oh', just as I would in applying business principles and pretty appearance in return. It is mistake and was In the 'smoking She had haughtily raised her pretty the foolish wife who expects infalli- She informed him that she was aware common sense to national affairs, who- iV. head, with its crown of golden cutis, tiuu 01a junmuiiru meos uuoui ine soShe lotgets ol where she was, but that rather orsdness of obllgotlons, who demone- - !j)J..OD bility in her husband. the haughty head of a little I'rincecs POT yGfll', is a difference between the than pay the extra twenty five cents .vw .invi ,vucu HO mv )l WHS UBVVV , ,,i, but with its beauty just thtn marred that there sary for the public good and who was housewife nnd the house moth She for the trnn'vitntion of her dog in The country editor may not know by the hard, seornlul curve of the rosy should ex rect from her husband po- the baggage car so she cnitld ride in aolvllservlcereformerandnnopponent Urt, bU' l ,1n.h'f U'e, l0"K .,nt of spoilsmen In -- ml out of the United red lip. liteness at all times, and a certain the ladles coach h1ic preferred t recommunity without knowing n sight States senate? "Perhaps you intend to be jealous gentleness that every man, possessShel lon IJgieally the only .thing for the free mo-- than he publishes. main in the smoker. The gentletmn scene?" she persisted. and ing the real Instinct, of a man, gives in front ol her, with the niitlq'ie pipe silver domoorats to do Is tp denounce (MItin.) Mail Mr. Jefferson Instead of prolsluff hlih He did not reply: his chin dioppsd to a Wvjniun Hut the should nut ex had up the window, and the rdorller-ou...,1. w iiuuii, 1CMJIU11U119 reviunir 1111 on his breat cl.j.ctwlly Still this pect from hi in too much She It m no fumes were carried hack into trie torlous glarliiff hertsles and formally ays hay fever is An Ohio editor quarrel without tejeon or seneel She right whatever to ask of him permis face of the Udy with the dog. She reading him out of the party, for It li caused by kissing grass widows. A usually so. was not sion to live a lszy life hetself, to give bore her indignities until pitienee absolutely certain thst If the Chicago MIfjouiI editor aiys it is caused by a And suddenly a great terror was up all her days and yours to vain nnd ceased to be a virtue, and suJdenly in platform is to 1m taken as the expression gins widow kissinga fellow by moon at trua deraooratlo doctrine Thomas When ihe wife a fit of Indignation, outht thegtf Jefferson wos not a demoqrat and must light Au Iowa editor says It U lorn within him, to clutch and tear idle thoughts. at the strings of her heart This can make her husband's home Mining tleman'a elegant pipe and hurl l it descend from his pedestal as the father ed by a fellow kirsing the hlrjjd girl n pleasure ntrvt.ua excitement rf Ins wif- -. thi a Joy, his The gentlemsn of democracy Baltimore Sun. from the window. while feeding hay to th: cow. An ever sensitiveness to unpoVeri word and a delight, nd his leaving home thus mad angry nto'lattd by sendeastern exchange is of the opinion - c u'd it be the utcotue ol mire a sorrow, thtn, and then only, can ing the lad) ' dog out ol the same Rdnntlo Your IVoU Willi renr- that it is caused hv missing lh girl i1 I'll f1 (Milt. Il,li.t Ina.ll.m hidden pain toon kt.rttuiif)' mg ir she expect, a jjie.l deal in m him " window The woman thinking the lOi- '31 Iftl I.Xrl ' full, ilrumlHUri. 'iiml liitl.il. and kissing the cow. C tnomy I HISLITTLEDINNER p '. n She was only tired, fatigued by paying calls nnd by the chattering ol uncongenial acquaintances. Meanwhile she went on, exasperating herself more and more. , 'You might as well know, too, now any time, Luclen, that when you begin that, when you take it into vour head to he kalous. susDicious " 1 . well, know but one divorce!" He patcd at the horrible word for she had hurled it at him cruelly brut ally ao a blow, looking him straight in the ejes, her "elbow resting on the mantleplece, and apparently quite calm. Bight o'clock began to chime. In the street the rain fell, in a slow, mournful rain, sounding like'a dirge. They passed into the dining room; she leading, he following like one in a troubled dream. In the Interval the cozy little nook seemed, all at once, to have grown chill and formal; discontent, bitterness, supppessed irritation, lurked in the air. Dinner, which had been served, had grown cold on the pretty white table, the crisp little roll bad lost their temlping look, and the in the midst of it all, the poor, forgotten bunch of roses hung its head with a look of woe, asif it felt a sti anger ;an uninvited , and unwelcome guest. She glanced at the flowers with a careless, nbsent air. "Ah, roses!" said she. Then he replied, the saddness of his heart making his voice shake. "Yes, dear, roses. 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