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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1897 hao1897060401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ! immm (r"' ' ANY THINK when the Creator said to woman, "In sorrow limit tlioti bring forth children," that a curse was pronounced agninit the human race, but the joy felt by every Mother whan she first presses to her heart her babe, proves the contrary. Danger and suffcrinr lurk in the pathway of the Expectant Mother, and should be avoided, that she may reach the hour when the hope of her heart is to be realized, in full vigor and strength. The HaSeoed Refuelicm! OFFICIAL ORQAK Of THE PARTY IX THE FOURTB CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. a a A a - - - - - "Nothing else like it:" The most refreshing and pleasant Soap for the skin. VOL. IX. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1897. ? NO. 45. A CONGRESSMAN'S STORY. KUTANEOUS MOTHER'S q jSfSfjfjre 6jWB FRIEND so relaxes the system and as HARDJWES. One Man Tells Why We Have Had Hard Time. Written by "Undo Will-lam- sists Nature. mimmhm trying hour Mffjra i)wjau without Nau sea, Headache, Nervous or mmriv.I Gloomy Fore- 'bourne of dan- , that the nec essary change takes place about what you've brought on your own imbecile hemic! Go to work Don't live so high! Use economy and you'll get along if not better and nood times will come ngalu and we'll all come nearer going to Leaven when we dio. As lor me, I don't care, I've got plenty of money, to get, and no Buiksvllle poor, t mean rich kin. I withstanding the drop reports from every quitter give promise of n great yield. $100 GIVEN AW4Y To tho Toaoh-or- s JSoak mr Annum four.t)NuKvron - bath thi Herald." ." Sutherland Bagly Bye Salve Is new and original In style of package and medicine qualities. It is perfectly harmless, contains no lend and Is a guaranteed cure for granulated lids, sire eyes or styffl Por sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Dro. - "Elbow Croaso" Moro and suffering, as so many happy have experienced. mothers Than Froo Colnago Nothing but "Mother s Friend" doc3 ofSllvor. A C'nril I'rnni A ml I Kir Tlnnc. this. Don't be deceived or Prankfort. Ky., May 22. Auditor persuaded to use anything else. Stone to day made the following reHia "Mettr'i Frlnd" l Ml CTWlMtreraedjeTsr READ AND PROFIT BY IT. ply to the parties who have presented on the market, and mir eustorsora pralfta tt Ighl j.- "- W. II. KUO Co , WMUwilght, warrants lor the blind asylum: Or droMUyiaHl.no, or mibr mall on receipt Two laws passed at this sessisn ot "Well sir, I learn something new (or txxk oontalnlne Tatna- pries of write bl Information far all Mother., mailed Ira. every day of niy life. I've been nt the Loplslatiiro. one to'lssue $500,000 The Bra4IUU H.nlitor Co., llltnti, Oa. trlbuting the hard time to the mo- forth for bonds and take up with the mentary system of our country all the proceeds thereof the oldest outstandWanted-- An We've got ing warrants in favor of the various Protoct rcmr ItVMi thfj rntr brio you waUh, while, but that's not It Writ JOHN WEIlDEUIWHN A CO rtunt Alt WaafalDicton, U. plenty of money the gold standard State institutions, and the other aK l'or their $J.M lri otTtr and lUt ot two bundrtM luTeotloa wanted. Is all right, and hence you see Its not lowing interest on other warrants the free and unlimited coinage of sil- from the date filed in tliU office. ver at t'je ratio of 16 to 1 that we These warrants, which will be paid need, but I'll tell you what we do by the proceeds of the $500,000 worth need, and need it bad too, and that is ofbouds. will not bear interest, and the free and unlimited uce ol "elbow those which the $500,000 will not pay grease" at the ratio ot 12 hours per should bear interest. Therefore- I reday, and If we could get this we'd have concluded not to accept for to Cure Constipation Forotrr unTnlfoi .tiureU inlvr aih Ufc 100 or 950. have better times good times! We issue any of the asylum warrants II IX C C t.Mioture.cir r refund mot o used to have good times under this til those which will be paid shall use ol "elbow grease," and why not have been paid. I will then issue lor now? I'll bet a tound hundred thous- those warrants which will not be and dollars nnd put up the "stuff" paid by tbe $500,000 bond issue, an inteest-beariuwarrant, bearing date too, that one out of a thousand knows the caused hard times, when the so- of the approval of the bill allowing ullMTllalnilailaTf liiTrsi - J. .. - .Ll....l .i .tl a n lutionis as easyns rolling oil ol a log. Interest on warrants. I think this Is Very truly yours, rat tmiineu conducted lor Modcmatc Tit. Why the very worst kickers we have fair nnd equitable. OuPiOfneciaOrpotiTcU.s. PATCNTOrriec Sam H. StONit, Auditor. and w rncurtt patcot ia leu tuae Una Uwm about hard times nre people who nevremote from Wwhint too, wkHiv Sooil model, drawing or rAwtttx. er did a lick ol work in their lives and Dill Yon K'r V adrlM. if Mtfntabla OT But. frc of tloo. L..a x.r( ic , vih .lt ..... u. w MM(r;t i"a i at J ..a tii iwrui am ..4 never knew auj thing else. They sit Try Klectric Hitters as a remedy for I'0 lo lltam 1'awott, wtthf A PAMPHtKT, com w m ana svniii wunuui aiound en our street corner and hotel Sour troubles? If not, get n bottle in in u, , free. AddrrM, lobbi's from the dawn to the setting now and get reliel. This medicine of tbe sun and talk "hard times." has been found to be peculiarly adapt$ OPP. PATtNT Office, WHIMQTON. D. C. And there is another class who are as ed to tho relief and cure ol all Pemale bid If not "badcr" that try to make Complaints, exetting n wonderful diSHG the Impression on the good people-wor- king rect Influence in giving strength and people that they are only tone to the organs. If you have Loss waiting lor something- to "turn up" of Appetite, Constipation, Headache, then what they'll do will be a plenty. Painting Spells, or ore Nervous, There are entirely too many Mldaw-ber- s Sleepless, Excitable, Melancholy or F. 0. AUSTIN, M'g'r., in this world now wbontc ready troubled with Dizzy Spells, Klectric 531 West Market Stroot Be to go to work and turn down cvf Bitters is the medicine you need". that shoul happen to be turned Health and Strength are guaranteed twoenSth and Gth, up. Another good reason for times by its use. Pilty cents and $1,00 at being so hard is that people are get- Williams & Bell's Drug Store. ting so grand and proud that they are , . lit Ice lu Y'oiiuk J.mllM. trying to live above what their R. L. DAKKR The following might be read to adAND ore able to bear, and you vantage by some of our young laClkrks: I T. O, UAKBR. won't have to go outside of our own dies: dear little town for examples either. "Those young fellows who stand in Louisville Dental Co., There's not a young man in town but front of the postoffice to show their what trys to be a dude nnd spends shape, and those who stand sneaking """'" every cent he can rake arid scrape for near the church door or school house clothing for a tailor made suit, if door to sorto'catch a glimpse or catch you please, patent leather shoes, stiff on as stait for home, are not the ones shirts, high collars, silk socksand should marry. They will do for you ties, and stiff hati to wear on heads to ruin yourself with or to split your that as bralulesi and as dry as an reputation 011, but bnys who have the empty powder kej. Why. look back stuff in them that makes moral lovers to the boyhood days of our patents, and deserving husbands, don't do what did they weal? Home made things that way. Iijou have a highjeans and tow linen lor the men (oiks er aim than rubbing hair oil marks and streaken and striped cotton lor from the best dress you wear, or do the women- - Timed were good then ing double work lu after years for N4W.ft1.rt. and money plentiful, they saved what your board, be scarce with outdoor money they made, and never spent it waiters. The young man who catches OoldCrowns $5 to $7 foolishly like wc do nowadays. Look his girl out of doors 'generally leaves Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 at our business men. Those that her there when he U through with Hast net 0! teeth (no better made make a little money build a house no matter how much you pay) . $8 sixteen ll.uts as large as their office. his little game. The young man who expects to have a home always goad up Gold fillings know, must be in the home and does the manly Silver filling 75c 1 heir daughter b, you Hxtrnctlng, pel tooth 35c sei t to a private school when they thing, and jou will be off to remem-Painless extracting with Vitalized could have sei.t them to the free Air 5c school and saved money. And their b.r it." Bxtrnctlng Iree when Artificial Thn value of the silver today In one Teeth arc ordered. Office pennanent-l- noble (?) eons dispatched to Harvard or Yale when they ought to be in the of our coined silver dollars is about located woods splitting rails or cutting cord 46 cents. The other 53 1 2 cento, Wanted-A?idea- &3$ wood. Their wives dear precious which make It pass for par, is in the lin. sugar lumps Protect your Id.Mj th.r may bring you et a seal skin mothers guarantee ol the Government that it Write JOHN WEDDEHUUnN ft CO Patent Waauinium, 1. a, for tb.lr iu prUi oa.r hubbard or something of the kind, will preseive tbe value of its silver (nTenllona wanUd. and IUI ot tnu nimdnd big enough to utilize as a crazy quilt coin on a parity with gold. We hold when a 25c breakfast shawl would this guarantee only in consideration have done just as well. And at of the Government maintaining tbe Christmas time they pteseut them with monopoly of coinage and placing it Should we res diamond ear lings as big as,your fist, under restrictions. when a barrel of flour would have move this monopoly, aud, declaring been much more benefit. Presently for free coinage, make the Governbusiness begins to "drop oil" but ment coin on private account, .this the ear rings hang en just the Bame, private account could not and would and then It is they begin to hollow not guarantee the value ot debased hard times! It would never do to silver dollars to be maintaiued equal economize in our domestic affaits, oh to gold, aud tbe consequence would not no!! tljat would pevcr do in the be thutall our silver coins would fall Mrs. Smartalex to the bullion value, lees than half woi Id I why, old turn up her little pug nose and just, the value taey represent at coins. oh my I nearly go into spasms, and The eagle, the klug of all birds, is Mrs Nouotluug would go to talking, s noted lor its keen sight, clear and and you know the test We must visiuu. So are those persons eontinue to make n bluff before tbe woild. If we sti.rve wlicn alone we who use Sutherland's Ilagle Bye Salve must least tvhen tlie'e is company for wertk eyes, stj es, sore eyes ol nny Pile on the agony. Run kind or granulated lids Sold bv all nround sale by Z Wayne Grifup the bills! Stand oil the grocerl dealers. Por fin & Dro. Apologize to the preacher! Run around the corner when the telephone A Drlghtonlng Outlook. collector comt fcl Then go down town The bist sign of the times from a and begin whining about hard times. busluess point of view is the upward The meu that built up this country movement iu the prices ol farm proI8JUSTA8CO0DFORADULT8. WARRANTED. PRICGOot8. were content to live within their ini ducts. The common opinion is proboiiiTi. ills., Not. n. uaj. comes. Do the people do thai no? ably true that the general welfare deParUMadlolnaro., Bl IuU, llo. Wo Kid lut rear, boltlo. ot O.ntlMueni TONIC anj OllOVK TAS1ULKHH rilltXyear. In all bar. Not much. Their sons didn't begin pends largely upon the prosperity of u.r tbu bou.bt IUr. arowa alraadr tbe drua builneu. ex where they lelt off. When their the farmer. If he has little to sell or bar. ot U ;a.r.. lu peri.nce &T.r aoU an nrucla tbat RaTO .utb unlraraal aulla daughters married they allied themif prices are too low to yield him iguratnilr, totUou aa juur lVulo. jttiNir.Caua 4 CO. selves to real livlug human beings, profit, he buys little and the commerPor sale by Williams & Bt-and did not btstow their hands ano cial world Is at n standstill. When hearts on some brainless idiot dude. the taruicr has much to sell and the c'oyrBCsiisDio 5UUAIKUIUJU.-- .rt! Oi couse ths times are hard, why market in strong, prosperity tomes. iirainiv aj .ra. juuuiu w There are now indications of an n V V3QUili fJrOI aU?(telll!HfK shouldn't thy I e? Its a winder our r4ui uwrui In fact, it has WMU' clocks don't weigh a ton and our agricultural revival ,T i."ffJI mfnUt MmDIUmFIiIK. ntinV. watches a hundred weight. Ketp.it begun. Prioia of wheat, cattle, hogs HUM 'VUl I WliufurK. lllllL I '.Apa rjjgxyiewirajim, .,II ll n fr.Ill have advanced iu the West. ruO more Give moic mjikw jrar A stfrlL TTuninttinfi upl HireThen go helpl your brains and coin a growing Huropsan demand blow There is parties! tufl J ytuixMttii RgkvS Dut lor our grain, so pronounced that u.'mj H t H JapjA JU1 ruwrU4 out by shooting your heels off MBmWMtll' wheat has an upward leniency not- for heavens sake (juit gruiuU'.iUtr is robbed of its pain r cr. and the Sayo Wo Nood Froo uso of T. IdearS kMt merchant's - -- i I s -- A f : -- I v -- AUSTIN HOTEL - Louisville, Ky. pock-elbo- oks asr "I never refuso th-- j plea of a says a leading membar of congress. "You must not uso my nume nnd advortlto me as a philanYork took 15,000 bushels of wheat. ty, nnd bns always received substanthropist, for 1 am not. It Is simply Another steamship has commenced to tial aid from them and wo have now a mattor of necessity with ma. I am load 60,000 bushels of wneat. It Is determined to givo $100.00 in presobliged to givo something to evory said that for the next three months ents to tho teachers in a voting conbojfjjar, or I could not sleep at the shipments to the cape and the tret. Wo have four prizes, valued at night Imodo a bad mlstako onco, Bast African potts will be extraordi$80, $25, 825 and 820, which wo aro nnd I would rathor givo occasionally nary. Asia bought a, million barrels going to givo away. Wo are going to to tho unworthy than to ovor dony osslstanco to tho worthy. of flour from the United States last allow tho teachers and people to say "Onco upon a tlmo I was In St. year and this demand is likely to con- who shall havo these presents Two Louis on business. It was winter . tinue and grow of tho prizes will be given to the two nnd you know how cold that town Beglnlng with ogt (culture, the good most popular lady teachers and two can bo when It trios hard. I was times coming willjhavea very subout on tho street at 11 o'clock ono will be given to the two most popular bitter night when a chap struck mo stantial basis. Profits in farming We will pub- for a dime. Ho was poorly clad, and in manufactttrc.ruay not soon, it gentlemen teachers. ever again, be as'- large, in terms of lish every week two coupons in The looked hungry andslck.aud Ioughtto nnd all votes must bo havo hundod out tho money at onco. money, as they iSnce'were, but if no Used as printed. It makes no diflei-cii- co I was just brute enough not to do it. less in purchasing power no reasonaHo followed me a hundred foot, beghow you get hold of tbo paper, ble gaound for complaint will reging nnd pleading, and I finally just so you use tho printed form as no threatened to havo him nrro3tod. Ho main. Tho prizes turned away with a sob in his In the present situation the thing other will be counted. throat, and I wont on to tho hotel. needed by the farmer, as well as by will bo distributed as follows: "Thoro was a biff snowstorm that 1. To the young lady teacher who the manufactures and workingman is legislation that will encourage and receives the largest number of voles night, and next morning thoy found frozen a stimulate the industries. This will wo will give one of Geo, . Cram's him in saw drift,body and stark and tho rccognizod stiff. I afford the greatet possible home New Universal Globes, valued at 830. it- The palo faco was plnchod and market for agricultural products. It It is the finest Globe that is made. drawn with hunger and sufloring, is the aim of congress and the admin2. To the young gentleman teacher and tho oyos wero as wide open as bluo eyes, suukon istration to enact such a measure. who receives tho largest number of yours great big back In their sockots, and staring at Time Star. wo will givo one of Cram's New mo In votes an awful way. Yes, sir, they Nmnll Coiirlealrx. Universal Atlas, valued at $25. seemed to bo fastened on mo alone, One evening last week I entered a 3. To tho young gentleman teacher and to follow mo as I moved. When room where several young people.with I heard car drivers, draymen, bootwho receives the second largest numbooks and work, were sitting around blacks and nowsboys saying how ber of votes, we will give a scholargladly they would havo glvon tho the lamp. The young man, with the ship in King's Commercial Collego of poor wretch a quarter to buy lexicon and tbe grammar on the table Lousviile, valued at $25 lodgings and food, I sneaked awuy, before him, was busiest of the group, 4 To the young lady teacher who feeling that I was a murderer. It but he instantly arose aud remained than I can tell you. hurt standing until I had taken my seat. receives the second largest number of don't mo moro bo askod for alms. I I want to Tbe little action was automatic; the votes, wo will give a scholarship in give to somo who are, no doubt, unKenyou College at Hodgensvillo, habit of this lamily is to practice deserving, but I tako my cbancos on small courtesies, and the boys arc vahioil at 820, rnakiug iu all a total of that Tbat thing rests llko a trained from chi dhood to pay defer- 8100 to give to the teachers. murder on my conscionco, aud nothWo have made arraugeraeuta with ing llko it shall happen again." They always arise ence to women. whenever a lady, their mother, sister, Bupt. Uhullz totako charge ot voting St Paul Globe. friend or the guest oi tbe house comes contest, to open the ballot box, count Bottles Used by tho Anclants. into the 100m where they are at work the votes, &c, Tbe contest will Ancient bottles of glass, stonoand they place their chairs gallantly and cIopc on the last day of the Ohio gracefully for ladles at the dinner ta- County Teachers' Institute, which motal havo been found in many parts of Europe, Asia nnd Africa. Per- ble, they take off their hats when will be held some time in August. fumo bottles of glass havo been dls- they meet their mother on the street, The voting will be perfectly fair, nnd covered in groat numbors In tho and they never kiss her with their Mr. Shullz, together with his Board tombs of wealthy ladies of Egypt hats on; in saying good morning or Many bottles, tumblers and other of Examiners, will count the votes good evening to her it Is with hat iu drinkinrr vessels havo boon dug from and the prizes will be awarded that tho ruin of Pompeii Tho most hand. Her bundles ate carried, ber Go to work and voto for your coKtnon bottlo ot tbo ancloata, way is made easy, a beautiful polite- day. of leather, tho skin of a Bend all votes to Z. H. ness waits for her word in the domes- choice. caV , f w os being taken off tho Shullz, Hartford, Ky., and he will intic discussions, and refraims from as few cuta as possible, terrupting her even in the most heat- put them in the ballot box. We can and modo Into a reccptaclo for holded argument. Neither mother nor furnish exfra copies of The ItErun-L- i ing water or wine. Tho largest can to anyone who wants to vote at glass bottlo ever blown was made at sister goes out after dark without an IU Loith, In Scotland, In escott. One of the boys can always 5c per copy. If you want many copgo out of his way, or find it in his ies, leave your order a week before capacity was two hogjhoads. way to see her safely to a friend s hand. Tbe XaUomal Financial Soboel. door, or to the meeting which she The National Financial school Is the Kemember we will givo 20 voles Which Is makwishes to attend. Most winning and with every new subscriber to The name ot an organization middle northing some headway In tho sweet is the air of good breeding Get your friends to ern states and perhaps also tn otjier which these young men have acquisections ot the country. Its ostensible subsenbo and give .you tho coupons, redwhich they wear with an air of and by this means your candidate object Is to conduct nonpartisan study unconscious grace. of American finance. Its prospectus, will win. however, contains som expressions Squally charming are the mannets euch as "restoration of a thoroughly of the girls in the home 1 speak of; o American financial policy," which Indis: gentle, appreciative concates the real object of tho promoters. u was recently extended ," -how-e-'3bj- as cnfev-Sy-1717-174- Most Popular market for Ametlcan of Ohio County- brendstufls is expanding. We had of a rush of the the news yesterday Toe Repuiilican has always been grain to south Africa. A British which sailed from New friendly to the teacliera oi Ohio counsteamship The foicign Why Ha Nev-- r a Beggar. riifusis the Pita of a ftHCE',25fr n It lasts twice as long as others. A trial will cenvlnea you of It. gre.t m.ru. win picaia in. mott laltMMM. CHARLES F.MILLER. Mir. ol FRDNCII MILLMD TOILET SOAPS AND PURFUMDRV, Lancaster, Penn. ESTADLiBHitn, tano. PROFESSIONAL OARD. pillY square. M. L. HrtAvuiN. jjT AW IIARTTOKI, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given t collections. Office east sido of puri! SiixtnY TAylor. Kitorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Attorney at Law Beaver Dam, Ky. HEAVRIH & TAYLOR, Perry Westorfield, Attorney at Law, Hartfokd, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining Also Notary Public. counties. Oflico, iu Commercial Hotel. It. R. WEDDING . Will practico his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will bo given to rt business entrusted to bis care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Aleo Notary Public. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. a. :mt. B.A.:R:isr:E,x,i , JC&W, Attorney aiKY. HARTFORD, Will practico his profession in the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining conn ties. Bpeoial attention given to col lections. Office in Courthouse. E3. 3E. TV3E5j2JJLm, (Oonntij Attorney) ' Lavs Attorney atKY. HARTFORD, attention given to col" making abstracts, &c, also Notary Public for Ohio County. Office North side of publicsquare. JNO, B. WILSON, SPECIAL Haiitfoud, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Offico with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Btreet. " . Attorney at aw R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, Attorney at and adjoining counties. building. J.B. VICKERS, La', HlIRTFORD, KY., OWENSBORO.KY. 1 . . siderate, reverential To old people they are tender; to children, kind; to each other, lovely. One cannot too sedulously look' after the small courtesies in one's cou duct, and, if one be charged the management of a household, in the accustomed ways of the family. Habits count for everything here, and examlet ple is better than B Sangster. prtcept.--Marga-- 'ID a h o i a 3 "5 o g o y a Altor-n.j- i, Up fataAMB dis-tine- TASTELESS Ll T DN1C H I COO ..... 1 ff Tli a 1 ufiBH Xi Culllrncllnll Again we begin to hear form newspapers who still think tbey are for iree silver that the hoarding of greenbacks is contracting the currency and that the continued hatdtimes is due to a contraction of the currency, either by the Treasury or else by the shipping abroad of gold. There has been no contraction of cunency. When times are dull and money is not needed there should be systems and in all That is, 'the there is, a contraction. mouey.not needed Is tedemed and canceled. When gold is withdrawn from the j Treasury there is no contraction: a,, gold dollar is given in exchange; for a paper dollar, and there is the same quantity of money in circulation. That gteenbackshould be canceled. It is not canceled, but s paid out by the government and has again to be redeemed, Pebtuary 1, 1896, the money in cir culation, excluding money lu the Treasury, was $1,589,720,607; Feb. maty 1, 1897, it had lncieased to $t, 665,977,688, an incteasc in twelve months of 76 millions. In March, 1896, the money In circulation had fallen to $1,528,742,057, but la March, 1897, it had risen to $.675,654,953, an Increase of in these twelve months. From February, 1896, to September the per capita circulation was from $21.15 to $21.59.' Then it advanced until it Is now over $23. Per capita circulation means little, but these figures are given to correct the impression which silver men geek to create to the effect that we are undergoing ncontractlon ofthecurrcucy; on tli.e contrary, we have a superas bundant currency, but a fatal contracPost. tion of confidence. d 1 it-i$147.-000,0- O ID S 3 c E o 2? The organization Into Boone county, Ind., whero seven financial schools besides the "advance Bchoor and the "county school" aro now in operation, each with presidents, . secretaries, instructors and dlrectorv These financial schools should bo encouraged by all sound money men and There Is no more cer tain way of ridding the country of the than by educating the voters on the money question. If tho schools are real school and not merely lecture t oornc, there oannot be too many of them. Astheyarenonpartl8an,books and literature on both sides of the silver question should be provided for their use. In this connection the sound currency committee of the Reform club, 83 William street, New York city, offers to send freo of chargea limited supply of Uteraturo to tbe officers of any of those schools asking tor same. Send for Its literature and bo ready to voto intelligently 00 this question should it bo up for settlement at tho next congreeslonal and presidential ' elections. MilWpBMyftMh I glxteen-to-one-- Will practice bis profession iu Ohio Special attention given to all business entrusted Office in Rkpumjcan to his care. Attorn ey at Iaw HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice in all tho Courts ol Ohio Special ataud adjoining counties. Oflico tention given to collections. with County Attorney. " ARMISTEAD JONES, Republican Tho and the St. Iouis Semi-weeki- y Globe-Democrat one year for $1.75. 3 o O 3 c M o 1 ffl 3 Rheumatism Is a blood disease and only a blood remedy can cure it. So many people make the mistake of talcing- - remedies which at best are ouly tonics and cannot potsi-blreach their trouble. Mr. Asa Smith, Greeucastle, Indlaua, says: "For years I have suffered with Sciatic Rheumatism, which thebest physicians were unable to relieve. I took many patent medicines but they did not seem to leach my trouble. I gradually grew worse until I was unable to take my food or handle myself in any way; I was absolutely helpless. Three bottles of S.S.S. relieved me so that I was soou able to move VQ jlKflRv my right arm; before long I could walk across the room, and when I had finished one dozen bottles was cured completely and am as well as ever. I wow weigU.170." y mm ' AUaui,u I.oiiUvlllr.llf-iMln-Mi- I Tl Vf.WOOI.I.EY. U.U. Office 101 N. l'ryor St. and Whliier ITabtt cured at boras vrltU-o- ut tln. Book ol wip. tlrnlinunt TIIKK. O O u nny (V in I.llrrl Jiiiiv I. No. 4 j. No. 41. daily dauv Westbound 6 3" pm L Louisville . . . 7 55 iu 7 55 U Biandenbuig . . 9 22 8 L Irvinglon . . 9 49 8 s,S . . 10 a8 LStephenpoit L Cloverpott L Haweevllle . . .t M I.oiiU Hall. c "3 CQ (!) 10 47 11 12 15 9 18 . . 9 44 O LOwensboro Ar Uendersou Hast bound L Henntrion L Owensboro I, Hawesvllle . . . . . 1215PU11048 No 42 "55 Nti. daily Don't neglect chills. Chills bring congestion brings on on cougestlou death. You can cure chills and become stout and healthy by using Dr. Dell's Peppermint Chill Tonic Por sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Dro. 1'or the Fish Pry at Rockport, Ky., June 5, you can get round trip tickets at one tare from all points on the Illinois Central R. R., between Louisville. Owensboro and Greenville. Yon cuunot 0 fiord to miss this Pish Fry nnd public address on Masonry by Hon. Thos. S. Petttt, ot Oweusbo-r- o, and Judge R. II. Hampson, of IJverybody Invited. Lou'svllle. Mk, . . 7 ao n in 2 . . 8 35 3 55 . . . 9 5 4 53 5 "7 LCloverport . . . 9 50 L Stephenport . . 53s . daily 55 pm 44 Mrvlugton h Brandonburg Ar Louisville ... ion it . 10 51 18 la 45 P 6 16 639 8 00 rusK TAiil.t: QOINO KAST. i. 1. . 11. 11. 111.AVi.11 KY. Local Freight No. 29a a 6 00 a. tn. No. 322 a 1 02 p. m. Mail No. 202 a 7 35 p. m. Fast Mall OOIKO WRST na,'jj M 0 al CMlAlC 1 bttwsarua IOv.sso Eitacst Your liowelt With Candy 'uharllc euro mlrllao lorerer. full.ilruiiKUurt'lunUTmm.y 11 C..r.t fCC No. 301 a 7 17 a in. No. 321 a 12 35 p m. Mail cures Scrofula, Cancer, Kcieuia, Local Freight No. 291 a 3 25 p 111. 8.S.S. and any form of blood troubles. K you mediII. MitmucK, Ar,t. have ablood disease, take ablood vtgtta-(ablcine S.S.8. QniaxmUt J purely I exclusively ior the blood and It Is recommended tor nothing else. D. Maudox. Sec'y. J. forces out tltu poisou. niausr (Kiuuusm- Courier-Journ- al we win ly. To borrow $600.00 on send to anyone Wanthd our valuable property worth 4 times the amount. books. Address Call an or address A. B., care Tun Swift Specific I Co., Atlanta, RM'ubuoan. Haitford, Ky. Co. A. Real Blood Remedy. Fast Mall sss Republican Tho and the for ono year or $1.50. I i t ijuilt of pertuly and umbotvir imki Itr. i K,IUIll. Kjr , June I Fiankfiit brought and telt the country todinas-- . 1RIOAY, JUNK 4, 1897 i" the Commercial tins Political Workings and Other ter. In his last annual message to CongrcM, three mouths btf re the in- morning, the G lvernor today made MtiltSrs. Offlco on Fox Street. auguration ol Cleveland. President the appointments tor the. Lakeland Witlillood'iiHflriMipA" Imllnl F.vrrj Friday nl llnrlluril, Ky. Harrison said that the general condi- Asylum, making Dr. O idee the SupJffl rllla," Sale Talk," and IT Hardlns.bufg Mfiy 29. This wek medl- erintendent und Dr Lively, of Unit show that this Intions nfT'ctfng the SAM A. ANDERSON Editor. haslxena lively one for Hardlns-bu- t. dustrial Interests olcommercial and public confidence aud nine has enjoyed the United States county. I'lmt AMistant Physician. a greater extent than accordThe M. A' Church South, disOf the new men Dr Goalee is a patronage to proprietary medlelno This Subscription, $1.2S por yoar were "In the highest degree favoraed any other trict 6ftreneef ftfr the KIlMbcth-tow- n ble," and proved it by nn, array of tried and true puhllr serva.it air! Ins 1$ simply foecnudo it poesemeii greater nt Hartford Entered at the District was held, and was ns second class mall matter. facts which showed nn advancement practlenly been the Superintendent ol merit and produce greater cure than and largely attended. Mary His any other. It la not what wo y( but in material progress without rximple Lakeland since Junuuy last that telle ministers were present and also many home li at Cnrroltton, Ky., and his what Hood' Samapnrllla does, of Hood's in the history of nations. Aud in the tho story. All advertliements of theahurch. There folio .ving words U one ul prominence. Since Barsaparllle, like Hood'a Baraaparltla he gave his opinion family were delegates from IIol?rnvlllc, of Wo have never decelTed f , are honeet. the cause of this wonderful achieve his nppolntment he has endeared himwith Its superlative Clovorport, Lcltch field and fllizibeth self to all who have conic In contact the public, and thiswhy the people, hare ment: believe that the protective medicinal merit, la town. All visitors were entertained system, which has now for more than with hi in abiding confidence Iu It, Mid buy by the people of the town and were Dr. Mark L'vcly's home is at thirty years continuously prevlled in highly pleaBcd with their reception our legislation, has been a mighty Hard) ville, in Hart county. He is and entertainment. Bishop Wilson Instrument for therievelopment ol our not alone a doctor, but a politician, presided over the confeience and national wealth, and n most powerful stump speaker and all amuml enerpreached three ratmons; the church agency in protecting the homes of getic fellow, who graduattd from a being unable to seat hi congregation. REPUL1CAN TICKET. our wnrklngmeu from the invasion of Louisville medical college as a Bishop Wilson's delivery Is slow and man, and has just turned thirwant." Almost to the eielnsina ot all oUiimw. Try It tedious, but he is logical profound Eloctlon Nov. 2, 1897. ty j ears of age Hood&Co.U)wtll,Mauv lTfparedonlrliyC In wanton caprice we placed a parthinker, and delivers a htiong dis1.111s to take ty in power pledged to overthrow the 77 rnuarethe only Bariarllla. iiohim; County Judge, Jas. A. Park. course. The conference will meet policy from which HOOU S PHIS with Hood's had flowed nur M S. The strawberry Mtpper at Mr. County Clork, M. 8. Kagland. next year at Irvinglonin this rounty. greatest national blessings. With Rpgtands was quite n siicceas, and en Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, TVnnr-f- c Ontrmiliil, BeDbmocratic Convention: its administration we lost our pros- jojlcd by all present. County Attorney, M. L. Hcavrin. Tickets wilt be on sale at the folsides the conference, there have been Sheriff, S. T. Stevens. Quite a crowd from this place atperity, and we deserved to lose it To three Democratic conventions in town regain it we must rebuild the sjstem tended .the funeral services at Cane lowing rates, dales and condition.: School Superintendent, Fun Rogers. f6 20 cents for the round trip, on sale in the short time ot one week. The we destroyed; to build Is Jailer, Thos. II. Black. not so eay Run Sunday. dally until and including October Assessor, G. D. Royal. little city has struggled hard to sur- ns to destroy. We must be patient. Sunday school picnic will be at 15th, final limit to return November Coroner, L. W. Huut. vive such n wonderful dose of free We have given the Republicans the iXif place the third Sunday in this 7th, 1897. Survoyor, N. Moxley. silver, and it has succeeded, albeit contract to repair the evil, and they month. MAGISTRATE. much the worse for wear. ft 55 Round Trip, on sale daily tin. will do it, but we must be patient. Mr. nid Mrs. louatlmn Raley have til, and including October 30, Final Hartford Dist Christopher Allen. Thursday evening nt two o'clock It is expected that by the first of July returned Dovuc irom Buford where limit 15 days f 10111 date of sale except Cromwell Dist Jonl B. Wilson. the convention to nominate a candi- they will have the new tariff con- they have beerrVjjlting their daught- that no ticket almll ber longer limit date for Circuit Judge ot the oth Judistructed and a law. If they are able er, Mrs. Bud Allertj. Announcomonts. than Nov. 7th, 1997. cial district was called to order by to do this they will have accomplishMies Minnie CrowTtcrmMjl Little For Itcprcucnlntlvc. $3 45 tor the round trip, on sale Chairman Miller, of Breckinridge ed a great and difficult authorized to announce Perly Steward visited frierirlgRfcd.rel We are task of statesdaily until and including October 30. county. Mr. D. R. Murray, the standiu less time than any simi- atlves at Leitchfield SaturdavKmJ iVFJnnl R. A, BYERS limit 7 days in addition to date country's or ing chairman of all Democratic meet- manship As a candidate for Representative else ol total disregard for such needs. ings in this county, was immediately lar work was ever performed before in Sunday. That Boom Is Coming. from Ohio county, subject to the acCongress by any political party. sir. nob Kngland and wire oame fHifmsi!aii!LLrip on sale The long expected and much ad- The second step which should be tak- voted into the chair as temporary Commercial. tion of the Rtpublionn party. home Saturday to attend the funeral en by Mr. Wilson is the cultivation ol chairman and was subsequently made May jith t.8 JarlwkllKnclQlTSS nm' vertised for Boom" is in sight if For MngMrnte. services of his giandmother, Mrs. September 15th to OctTH ciiiMlncrtii Hon. Claude Dunn & Co. are authorities ou the such a spirit ot patriotism that he wilt permanent chairman. Ilnrklfn' trnlra Nnlrr. We are authorized to announce Minnie Daniel. The Best Salve In the woild for slve, final limit ten days Iu adaltlsuHLfea. question. In their weekly letter of prize the praise of his own country- Mercer, a youthful limb ol the law, THOS. H. FAUGHT Fajmers are through planting corn men more highly than th plaudits of was made temporary and permanent Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt to date of sale. This very low rat As a candidate for Magistrate in the Monday they said the following: and most of them arc through setting ot Rheum, their British business rivals; such a secretary. Roslne Magisterial District, subject $2 80 applies only to bonafide stiis Alter the convention was Hands, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped tobacco. Unmistakable evidence of improve Chilblains. Corns, and all Scat. to the action of the Republican party. ment comes in the general increase of spirit of patriotism that he will not duly organ ized nominations were de- Skin Eruptions, and positively cures dents and their teachers in parties of commercial loans, mostly for East- feel most at home when he sits with clared in order and Judge Graham, of Piles, ot no pay required. It is See our voting contest in nnother 22 and more on one solid ticket upon "Tun Merry Month of May'1 has ern merchants or companies, though his knees under the table of British Leitchfield, arose and in n short but guaranteed to give perfect fntisfnet ion written appllcatlong of principals of column for the teachers. passed and has left chilly rccollec-tion- e. some well known houses in the MidWe hope, indeed, that eloquent speech placed the name of or money refunded. Price 25 cents cdlleges, schools and institute. per box. For sale by Williams & Please notify me as early as possible dle West appear with considerable re- Washington and Lee University may Judge McBeath before the convention. Bell. 13 1 yr. (ia.m: 11 u.n. ol the date and parties will go and discounts from the South. Not for a be a "center of sound learning and His nomination was seconded by AtRev. R. E. Smith will preach here If tho Senate would pass the Tariff long time have commercial loans been sound citizenship," but before that torney Richardson, of Meade county. have tickets ready. FnriN lor Fnrinrr. the second Sunday In June. Bill without so much tinkering the fully half the whole. The average Iree sllveritc will meet The distinct day comes the piesident of the uni- On a call of the counties Judge Mc II Mkrhick, Agent. Mr. John Landrum was in Fords-villcouilry would bo much better off. tkange gives proof that new business versity mint himself be a man of Beath received 31 vetes and Hon. Jas. you on the street (if yoq be a Kepub.-lica. lm Friday. and call yum "Mr. Prosperity" has been larger than many have sup "sound learaincnad sound citliwui- - Montgomery received 10 vote, there (buaret Cndr OvUrtlc, Ui oei Mu. Bktax says no compromise Mr. N C. Daniel and wife, Cromship." To attain this much deoired by putting Mr. Montgomery on the and ask, "where arc your good Mcposed. Receipts of money from the nedletl dheef err or Ue are, pfVtit. well, visited the family of Mr. S. M. ait and rofrothi&r o the Uule, wf geatlr must bo made with tbo Sound Money Kinley timet?" Good times have interior exceed shipments by $1,500,-00- end, the professor must delve deeply list of the "also rans." awl iMwKUety on kidney. IWer and baneli, tho policy of the ChrUtian Sunday. Democrats. It is clctiislnc Um entire TUftn, dltfirl oaW, Hon. Weed S. Chelf was nominated already come for the farmer. Let us mostly from the Middle West into the plain principles inculcated cure iMtilnaiio, ferer, habitual roiistlpaUen Mr. H Owen is on the sick list. silverites to drive them lrom their by acclamation for the office of Coras compare the present price of farm and blloufooM Imiv nml try a hex Exports of gold have no influence, and throug'a a good Protection library. Mr. George Miller died at his Home ofO C. C uwlar, 10,a, MicetiU. t&Wnnd party. mon wealth's Attorney. The convenproducts to the price n jear ago. only signify willingness of Russia to Economist. guaranteed to cure by ull druygiite. near Bamous last Sunday night of tion for the 9th Judicial district then 1896 1897 The Cleveland order to smash pen- pay a price for the gold needed. The Dispite the enmo of 1873, when adjourned and theconvention to nom- Corn per barrel . $1.00 . $1 751V 2 00 consumption. excess ol merchandise imports to anTor Nnlo The sion agencies will not stand. The funeral of Aunt Minnie Daniel Wheat per bushel . 50 . . . 8515 90 swer demands for half a year to come silver was struck down at midnight by inate a candidate for the 10th SenatoA desirable farm of one hundred old veterans now have friends at tho was preached here last Sunday at 11 rial district was convened and called Cattle o2(n) 03 . 04(4.05 involves a greater excess of exports tho hand of an assassin, the producacres, situated near Hartford, well o'clock by Rev. T. head of the Government. Acton, nud In a good oichcl, two hundred when the anlicipatorymovement ends tion of that metal in the United States to order by District Chairman Miller, Hops $.S0fe2 75 ti.iS the afternoon the J funeral of Mrs. watered, tree, wood bearing biiiWIngs.nnd In 13c 15c price and crops begin to move, which fact last year was 57,700,000 fine ounces, of Breckinridge county. Hon. D. R Wool The bountiful crops, the good good community. For Murray was again hastily voted into If farmers are not encouraged over Martha.t)juiel wan preached by Rev. ticulars call at this office further parof farm products have about taken all renders a large outgo of gold less an increase of 1,900,000 ounces over at once, tf Akdkrcon. the chair, and not being in the room, the outlook they should be. If they Oldham. the argument of tho freo silver fel- likely ;and gives the country a strong- 1895. fLouisviile Times. IftloratnTour ISonrli Wilh certain parties went in search of him, are not satisfied now, when will they n lio.laliiK rlin The year of er position in international markets. lows away from them. and was brought in and forthwith put ever be? Give Major McKinley time Meanwhile there is a continuing inBuy a suit that w honest clear !8.e. UaaOrall,4ranUarefeadBOMr OI.VTO.N" 1897 will close as the moit prosperous Insist upon it cosU no On account of so much hog cholera in the chair. Mr Claude Mercer was and we shalt have better times for through crease, distinct, though gradual, in since the good times under the HarEXCURSION TICKETS the volume of business in demand for fa the country Bond & Son have quit also made secretary, and then there everybody. That is, better times for more than poorly construct! d ones rison Administration. VIA TIIK was a hitch in the proceedings. The all who labor and strive for gain. gives a satisfaction never approached products of manufacture and, consid- buying for a short time. by one of the ready kind But here is a fact. Good times will Keeps its shape as long as you wear Young Mr. Fred Daniel, of Sulpbur Populists of the 10th Senatorial DisTo show their utter contempt for ering the time of year, in movement . . Springs, is visiting his cousin, Geo. trict had previously met at Irvington never come to the professional box it, and is a suit that will carry you the Populists the free silverites at of grain and produce. TO TIIK in this county and nominated Hon. whittler and grumbler. These fel- safely anywhere. A man that wears Daniel, this week. Frankfort this week turned down Jo Ilffenl In Certain. H. C. Smith, of Hancock county, a lows will go to their graves wilh com. a suit that "fits" him ii vdk l'on Mr. J, A. Crawford, Owensboro, A. Parker, tho Populist nominee for him always has a better opinion ol In the defeat of Green in the State Special Pension Examiner, is in this gentleman yet unknown to fame, ns plaint on their lios Pantagraph. himself, and feels more kindly toward Clerk of the Court of Appeals. It convention tomorrow notice will be v their candidate for S ate Senator. neighborhood. the rest of humanity. would havo been right for them to served on Messrs.Blackburn and Har Owensboro, Ky , April 28. 1897. A committee of Populists was on What kind of 11 suit do you wear? Last Monday while Mr. Wilkerson International have nominated Mr. Parker, but that din that even the silver Democrats of Exposition When you buy Pantaloons have And I was iu poor healtn fur a long time, was plowing corn his horse become hand and demanded that the DemoWe would have been recognizing tho Fop Kentucky arc tired of their leadership. persuaded to take many differ- them made to your order, too contrary and turned around In the crats nominate no candidate aud en I was make them up lor you front $4 00 A few weeks ago all the plans of plow. ulists, somethiug the silverites do not A committee of ent medicines but I did not obtain up. Made tight Mr. Wilkerson picked up a dorse Mr. Smith Materials n any For the aoove A large number of the Frankfort Regency were laid to small stick to turn him back propose to do, Democrats met the Populist commit- permanent relief. One day I deters style you may fancy no matter wnat be sold by the occasion tickets will and Illinois Central RailDemocrats of Ohio county say name Green as the party candidate struck him on the head and killed tee and after much rattlingaround the mined I ivould try Hood'sSaisaparilla sort we have them and the price is road nt varying the times, rates and they will not vote for the Populists on for Clerk, regardless of the rest of the him instantly. limits, including a ticket on sale Democrats refused to endorse Mr. and I found it gave me great relief. always the lowest. & The Edward Rose Co , Chicago State. daily, good to return until November the fusiou ticket. On last Sunday morning about ro Smith and proceeded to nominate Mr. I suflered with rheumatism but I nm The Fashionable Tailors that's the At once the oposltion deepened and o'clock the death now better than I have been for three make they put their names on the 7. and includinn tickets having limit angel visited the Elish Ashcraft, of Meade county. of twenty days, fifteen days and seven McKin-le- y strengthened. The Regency sought home It is not tho policy of the goods it's n pledge ol good work- days; also Mrs. Catharine Ping. years. Mr. Ashcraft first sought the nomi of Mr. G. W. Miller and claimon Tuesday and of the eighty-fou- r manship TiirtvsiaN it Everything Thursdays ofticketsweek with Administration to appoint men to to get control ed for its own the fatherof that home. nation as a Populist, but before the limit of Hood's Pills are the only pills to that goes toward making your suit a filteen days. each votes from Louisville by disrupt- Words are aim office who held oflico under the forFor full met, jumped into the ost too leble to carry convention finished product, is found in this to which of the above particulars as take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. ing the party. They disrupted the applies from Administrations. mer Republican Democratic party and sought the consolation to the heart 01 the bereav make. Thelinings thequality the your nearest Railroad Station In conOno term in party and then failed to get the votes ed widowed mother. -This h perfectly right. fit the On Monday at nomination as a Democrat; thus disMiss Annie Hickey, Adaburg, Ohio in every styles it's just exactly right nection with the IllinoU Central Rail, The revolt spread throughout the detail, or jou can have your road, call on or address Demooffice is long enough, Tho 11 o'clock Mr. Miller's your neatest funeral was tinguishing himself as the most re county, who has been visiting friends money back. railroad Ticket Agent. crats believo in keeping ono set of State, and for two weeks Hardin and preached nt Mt. Vernon by Rev O.M. markable political acrobat of the day . Every new weave and coloring that in this city lor some time, has retimpt poMessrs. Ashcraft and Smith will both ed home, accompanied by Miss Hattie fashion dictates as chic every idea Wm, Murray, Dlv. Pass. Agent, men iu office always, especially is Blackburn have been in a state Wilson, of Beaver Dam. ImmediateThey have feared to ly panic. They litical tlrat true of Ohio county. after the funeral the remains were be defeated in November by a Repub- May, who will be her guest for a that goes towards giving you that New Otlenns. drop Green, and they have feared to well dreaded appearance so much de- Jno. A. Scott, Div. Pass, Agent, interred in the burying ground just lican. never give new men any chauce lor Otvensboro Messenger. week. sired by nil men, is found in Suits of Memphis, hold on to him. It is not known who the Republicacross the road lrom the church. the nominations, as was indicated in this make. The nomination of Green would be Mr. Geo. Baker, of McIIenry, was A. M Hanson, o v a., Cklcago. Mr. Coleman Daniel is at the point ans will nominate, but we understand Orders taken by Carson & Co,, their recent convention and primary. a victory so costly as to be as bad as W. A. KKM.OND. a o.f.A., Louisville. iu town Wednesday. the Hon. W. S. Sterrctt, of Hawes-villHartford, Ky. of death. Tbo people will rebel against such a defeat. The nomination Ronald. of Shacks thinks he is a candidate, and if treatment. leford, Richardson or Mason, would NtnteNiitiiliiy-Hclioo- l t'niitriilliiu, Ilnr-- he has no opposition he will probaroill,iirK, Kj.t June S3 S3 nml bly get the nomination. s Mr In regard to fusion and killing his be a revolt against the domination of 24. the Blackburn and Hardin so signifinomination will be tquivalant party, Mr. Parker, the Populist nomThe Thirty-secoAnnual State and Tuitiou cant as to amount to a revolution. to his election, as he is favoibly inee for Clerk of the Court of ApEverything furAnd by this interactional strife the Convention of the Kentucky Sunday, looked upon gentlemen and is by the. nished for the peals, is giving his Populist friends party has been put into a position school Union will beheld in Harrods-bur- powerfully popular with the leaders special Summer on June 22, 23 and 24 A most some good advice. He is opposed to wheie the nominee, who two months Term cf8 weeks RoniN Hood, fusion and says it will kill his party. ago, could have been reasonably cer- attractive and practical program has Which heps June 8 , been arranged. n speak-He says: tain of an election on a Democratic 1897. AH our students will havo tho opportunity of attending ji.xio. "Fusion of any sort is bad enough platform, Is to day reasonably sure of ers will discuss topics of vital import Mrs Malinda Ashby, who has been I3Lontucky .Association to Sunday-scho- ol at its best; but fusion under the work. Among the deleat on a Populist platform. quite sick for some time, is improvWhich meets in Bowling Groeu June 20 80 aud July 1, '97. If you wsnt a bettor education, ot cither of the old parties is a prepare voarwlf speakers are Mr Marion Lawreiae, Kentucky is opposed to froe titirc virtual surrender ot Populist identity ing. for teaching, gei a heHtr oerliSiate, or to hrtra s tkerragk OeerveawAJ Chins, It iriH pay rot to & U m, and will vote it dowa when it is made Gtnsral Secretary ol Ohio R, S Assoand is an abomination. Rev. Roland and family visited Special emphasis put on the State ToAChorS OouriO. Ton ciation; Mr. Alfred Day, General Secenter now ud find classes to suit you. "In another column is a letter from the leading issue of the campiign. their sister, Mrs. Q Ballard, this Mention Course wanted. , now. retary of Ontario S. S. Association; CHERRY JHUK. Proprietors, Hon. W. P. Marsh, to the American Louisville Post. Nonconformist, in which he comments Southern Normal School and Ibwling Qreon Busiuess Col'ego, Bowling Green, Ky. and Mrs. W F. Semelroth of St. week. on the defeat of the Fusion Bill by the Mr Mit Combs and Miss Ida Duke Louis, the and glited silver Democrats at Frankfort. vtiNri:uritxi. primary teacher. Prominent among were married last Wednesday at 4 Tobacco setting is the absorbing "Bro. Marsh sizes up the 'patriots' o'clock, Rev. G. J. Bean peifoiming of the school pretty topic of the day. The crop is about the speakers from our own State ore well. Rev. Dr. J. P. McFenin, Rev Dr S. the ceremony. two thirds set in this section A man stopped at Seth Clark's re"I would suggest, however, that Mrs. B. A. Helm has been quite M. Hamilton, Prof II. K. Taylor, S. HAVE OPENED THEIR these saintly fellows were more afraid cently to spend the night with them sick of catarrh of the head, but Waters McGill. K. W. Spreen, J. L. of the Populists under the Fusion Bill and some time during the night he than of Hannacrats, for it would have thought to b better at this writting, Amsden, ProL, E. A. Fox, Trot. C. II. left and took a suit of Mr. Clark's given our party complete balance of Mr. Joel Elmore has been having Poage, and J. T. Elder. Rev. Dr. W. power in Kentucky, and we could alPtow Dov B.Jennings will conduct the devo- best clothes. chills the first ol his life and he is ways have made our own terms. tional exercises. Mr. P. P. Uilhoru, over fifty years old. "We could have forced a Populist llliw'o TlllT Miss Virchie Mitchel has returned of Chicago, will have charge of the governor in place of Goebel We offer One Hundred Dollars Refailingfn this, we could have to Owensboro to be trended by Dr. music.There will be thieeConf jrencea ward for any case of Catarrh that can stonj or, picked a Democrat more to our liknot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Hoover. She has some kind of throat for Primary Teachers, ing. Dsluoatrs. Every Sunday school F.J. CHENRY& CO.,PropsToledo.O trouble. "The politicians had rather jcopar We the undersigned, have known We wish to congratulate Mr. Tins-l-ey in the Slate is entitled to one delegate F. f. Cheney for the last 15 years, dize party success in Kentucky forever, than to give the Populists the on securing the Postoffiee at for each hundred nieiiiburson fraction and believe him perfectly honorable whip hand, for they know we wouldn t Hartford. in nil business transactions and finan. Mr Tinsley is a good thereof. drive the vehickle their way. E.ntbrtai.ib.nt. All accredited dally nbleto carry out nn obllga. worker in our party and merits the "When these fellows really wake dons madp by their firm. up to the situation it will be too late. position, This is another example delegates will be entertaine.l provided Watt & Truax. Wholesale Druggists, The child will have bean born, and iu which Republicans have shown their mine roach W C. Rue, at Toledo, O cm or belore Monday, June Walding, Kinnan & Marvin. Wholehis name will be Dennis themselves willing and ready to lion-o- r Let Populists stand firm and wav21 sale Dru.'gtkU, Toledo. Ohio laboring men who are qualified er not The truth is on our side. Hall's Catarrh Cure is tiken interTransportation. All the railMiss Rlla D. Stevens will visit her One man and the Tiuth are n majoroads in theStat have mod a rate of nally, acting directly upon the blood sisters in about two weeks. rity," and mucous surfaces ot the system. s ' Sunday school at Union Grove is oue fire lor the round trip. Price 5C per bottle Sold by all ' CRmJUNTiMJiuay be obtained from Druggists. The silverite State Convention is progressing nicely. Testimonials free. Hall's Family Pills are the best. 111 session at Frankfort this week to The funuralof Uncle Bonnie Rhoads county oflheri or from the State MM. Mimic P Huber, at noiniiiato a caudiduto for Clerk of tho will be preached by Elder Samuel He 1'nllrill. Appeals. Tho organization was per- Kelley the second Lord's day In June Loultixllle. The nrwent condition of the counfected Vodueduy night ami the busi- - at the church of Chiist, Unlnn Grove. try Is the condition in which it was Bro. Kelley and his brethren are ".oiTt IkUho gilt mil itiwlt lour hfe Xmj, (nought and left by the Cleveland ad. . TS quit totaeeo Mil and fewer, t mug somewhat oppoetd to fungrnls 04 ministration. That administration An eigunt vehicle and good burses A fine new OMNIBUS will niioiajl day trains at I)eaer Dun lull of lift, nerve tad vJfer, take LUnta nrlUt All II Xr Ills. of Rtctftiian origin, tin mwilng I llot Cuurt Bruo, TiutecOouX Vm tUa wihuIw worker, that i(wl( men found the country prosperous under Leave order at Fie'U's Livery Stable, All order promptly attended to. guarantees a cnmtortablo rldo. m iwu. Mia Dr arvgauit. Curocuaran-ietwill b in the name ol Christ, and '"imj All diufglsu,C0eBrll, the McKinley tariff. It repealed that Dooklct and sample free. uiHiir.irArfiwm corner Market and Unlou citroeu, Hartford, m ii.it there will be perhaps some words said murim iiimea , uukmo er newAJdreu tariff and passed the Wilson crazy vort Hartford Republican. post-offi- ce IIIIIH 'lELH ;' j vu' j." I'M inm "'IIIWIJII There are several relnlivea to the character ot thii most neeawas Urgun. oimltdate before the convention and noble old gentleman and exemplary it oaunot be told at present who will christian. Mi I). U Itaitlctta children have 1) the man. It is one noticible featwhooping cough. ure of the convention that Jo A. We wonder if J. r, Miller still has Parker, the Populist oondidatc, is nut his loot on the necks of the Demo in it wilh thosilvorites. They have reignored him aud his party nil along cr.its. One Important point not corded by the visitor in his report the line, thereby showing that they of the Helm and Miller debate was hold the Populist In contempt. It that Mr. Helm said that free silver as would have been right for the conadvocated by free silver Democrats is vention to havo refused to put out a s farce, being nlone it would be of no oandidate aud to havo endorsed Mr, benefit. Parker for the work ho did fur BryThree cheers for the entire Repuban last fall. From tho aotion of tho lican ticket. It wilt win to n man. convention at Hartford last Saturday Ivan Todd. tho Populists can draw good iospira-t'o- n. 1'iorc or Wllnn Tho Democrats of Ohio county 0iirlittilt jr- Wilson, who has lately do not care anything fcr their Populists brethren or they would havo in- asceptcd the presidency of Washings ton and Lee University, Virginia, is structed Ohio county for Mr. Parker, reported to have said, in reference to Tho only aim of tho Democrats i9 to his acceptance: "I was influenced, I kill the Populist party and to yank may say captivated, by the possibilU them all into tho Doruocratio camp. ties ol making this Institution a great Tbo death knell of tho Populist parly center of sound learning and sound has been rung and tho November citizenship, a power to reproduce in election will seal tho doom of that the South some of that high thinkparty. Tho Domocrats will not vote ing that made her leadership iu past for them iu tho fusion agreement. generations so conservative and yet Wo havo heard a number of Demo national." We would suggest to crals express thcmsolves along this Mr. Wilson that the first step toward securing this result should be the acline. That will defeat every Popu list on the ticket, along with the quisition by himself of a more Democrats. Pcoplo do not propose thorough and correct knowledge of his country of its industries, its reto bo traded and will rise up in rebellsources, iU possibilities. That Mr. would-boffice-see- k ion when a few Wilson does not now possess such crs attempt to trade their principles knowledge is conclusively proven by for n mess of pottage. Will tho Popthe provisions of the Wilson bill, ulists tako the insult offered them by line of which told ol the grossest tho Democratic State Convention? ignorance ol the needs I ' Free-Trade- r e ev-ery ii1D'l ill " ill in A'lfUU - l HJ- DISTRICT LLli OONPPltENCE. (! ! ,li!U."' 'HUJHi3E ales II I sue-ce9- 'ul ' 'I firtt-hon- Hood's Sarsaparilla 1 1 eeHr eHeeS Free-Trader- e a) Xrutr sr l'!s et 0, lne. r t'irft. Illinois (Jen. TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL jKTsvf3ll.xrHlo. Ster-rett'- $0,fPYfbr nd g Well-know- dc-vi- Tho Stato Tonohors' ea ' IBS-W- rite well-know- n Goebel-Bronst- on HENRT FIELD & SOIT w--- a Sre-retar- y, "37o ctrtcSL bt-i- ng 0, rom Beaver 33 t jjol. 4 t.i wnw'iy'Jj TBE HUMBUGGED prices that would-b- o competitors fail to meet, but como direct to Hartford and trade with By ilnniing circulars and Where you can got FAIR& COMPANY She Sesl Qu&liiy, She Jowesf riees. THE BEST SELECTIONS, hJ W Can Show You Mens rooi1 shoes from Ladies fine shoes Ladles good slippers . f ft . oo up 90c up 50c up We Can Show You Good Domestic at Good shirting 2MC . 5c 15c 15c Good calico . . Good law ns . , . Best bed ticking Turkey ted table linen 5c 4c We Can Show You Ladles Hats, nicely trimmed, from 50c up, besides a beautiful line of infant Caps and Headwear. We Can Show You Ladies belts ladies Collurs and Cuffs Handkerchiefs I'rench Woven Corsets . . . Heavy seamless black hose 10c ladies black hose, 2 pairs for I.idies nice parasols LoeIy fans 10c 35c 6et 5c 39c 10c 15c . . . . '. 50c 5c We Can Show You Boj suits Mens all wool suits Mea Milts Good pants . . . . nine and fancy cottonadc pants 16 ounce oottonnde pants all wool Boys knee 65c $4 00 $2 50 $100 75c 15c 48c ,nts your Feathers. We 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 $2.00 or ovor wo give you a handsome picture to ornaVery Truly, ment you home. We will buy FAIR & CO. Vm V Who desires to butter bis or her condition in life, should writo for tho catalogue ot tno RW. OvL rtk, & .7 J?rt?7fsYs4?SfeZ4Sfrm ia?i SHOHT-HAIl- TELE3BAPHT, PENHAHffHIP, ETC. &, STRATTON STSI5g?&:- -, BRYANT 400 TmitD BTOEET. LOPIBVIIiLB. KY. No. The best Ox lord Tie for Carson & Co's. $1 B 1 I 3- - If It s VMIIN. Mrs. V. M. Stevens happened to a very painful accident last week while gettlug on her horse, it stepped back, letting her fall then stepped on her. Born to the wile of Richard Plums rner a boy. Mr.Joe Hocler and wife spont Sun." day at Mr. Richard Stevens Miss Adina Stevens, Clilton, is vis king relatives at this place. Mrs. Oro Maddox and daughter, oi Beaver Dam, were the guests of Mrs. Rogers Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Ann Ross, ot Smalthouse, is the gueat o! her daughtor, Mrs. C T. Barnard this week. Mr, Jot B. Rogers and wife nre the guests of his mother. Mr. J. W. I'ttlton and wife spent S.B.I'. Sunday with her father, Mrs. N. M. Brandon, ot near here, is very sick, not expected to live The prayer'meetine nt Sugar Grove Church which meets every Thursday night is growing in attendance aach meeting. Mrs Belle Wester Held of near this place is on the sick list this week, The farmers iu this part of the county are hbout through setting tobacco. The wheat crop In this section is good. Miss Hmraa Crowe went to Deans field Wednesday, Mr Jack Helton, of near Deanfield, k, was in our nilds thist Mr. Sylvester Wluto was in 1'ords-- . vllle this week Rev. A. V. Royal, near Hlnes Mill, was iu our ton n Monday. Services here at the church every Surday night also tegular church meeting every lirst Sunday and Kmma night pievious Sat-uid- ay 00 is . at We will buy your bacon and hams. Carson & Co. If you want your picture enlarged you should sec CHde Wedding. The firm he is taking orders for guarantees satisfaction. T. J. Smith & Co., are agents for the United States Fidelity nnd Guarantee Company. Becomes surety on bonds of officers and employees of banks, mercantile houses, railroad, express ana telegraph companies, officials of State, cities and counties, and for contractors. Also on bouds of executors, administrators, guars dians, ttuitecs, receivers committees, and in replevin, attachment and injunction cases, and all undertakings in Judicial Proceedings. Special attention given to postmasters and county officials Office Market street T. J. Smith & Co. Hartford, Ky. Poller. .m i.i t'ltir.Mt.smi, - inflKYaM tsW Mb "The Foot of a Fly" says tn eminent English doctor, "will carry enough poiion 10 infect, a house-hold- ," more especin summer-tim- e, ially, disease germs fill the nr, multitude! ire tntected, fill III, die 1 multitudes ejcipe. Theit messengers of muchief do not exiii for millions. Why not I Beciuie they ire healthy ind strong . . Notice. Capt. Jno. O Keown, Commander of Rcugh River Guards, has received notice that the Kentucky Stale Guards will gtfinto camp at Fountain Ferry Park near Louisville some time be. tween the 6th and 281b of July, and hereby requests every member of tho Company to report at the army on the night ot June 4th. No oxcuje will be taken, and every member Is The memrequested to be present. bers will take notice accordingly. Iniortiiiit protected at a crocodile 11 agnnit gunshot. It is the weak, the wasted, the who fall those who have no resistive power so that a sudden cough or cold develops into graver We hear of catching diseasel disease. We can do it Why not catch health by always maintaining our healthy weight. 1 of Oil, Is condensed flourish-men- ti food lor the building up of the system to resist the attacks of disease, It should be taken in reasonable dosea all summer long by all those whose weight is below the standard of health, Ifyouafe losing ground, try t bottle now, for sale by U tfrf i Itu at iv sal ft. Cod-liv- Miss Sallie Morris is visiting friends Ugliest lloitois -- World's Pali. In Bvanaville this week. Mm A J Ikil. wlo h is been sick, Co's Mist Nanie Milner is visiting relawas in for wvernl weeks, it able to be out tives in Saciameiito. Hon Jnhii 1. McIIenry Ignjn. Mr. I). A. Wot dbtiru, Dctliel. visitLouisville thin cek. .MisMii fiyliH, lnn.vi.la, Is ed friends here lust week. Sheriff C P. Keown was at Fordsthe (guiit ol her hr .titer. .Mr H. P. Miss Noia Her, Woodland Mills, vllle this week on business Tay'or. Tenii., is visiting her sister, Mrs, The work on Mr. Henry Carson's is Jones. Mrs. II. W. Kolph new house is progressing nicely. Mr. M F. Kimblsy attended the visiting her mother Mis Jennie Mc- funeral ot his nticle, Dr J. F. Klmb-le- y. Hvery member ol Rough River Henry. Tnursday in Owcnshuro. Guards muit be on hand to night. Remember thttt A I) White is Miss Annie Huury, Cherry Hill, Call on A. D. While for screen head quarters for an) thing jou want Muhlenberg county, visited friends doors, windows and screen wire cloth. at low pHces. here last week. For the cheapest and best groceries Miss Itttn Milner Is visiting her Rev. J. S. Chandler, who h.ts been MOST PERFECT MADE. Absolutely Pure. In the market, call on A. P. White. attending school at Rlkton. Is nt parents here. A pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fica Celebrated for Its great leavening Mhsjanle Goff, Central Grove, Is from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulters t Mr. Heber Matthews, who has been home for the vacation. Rtrongth and health fulness. Assuros visiting the family ol Mr. W II. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. We call the attention ol the reading the food against nlum and all forms of quite sick for several days, is improvMorris. adulteration common .to the cheap ing. public to the advertisement ol T. J. Mrs. J. II Richardson left WednesAIlAltUltO. brands. Royai. Baking I'owdhr Co., Dr. S. J. Baker will be In Hartford Smith & Co in this issue. The weather ti.is beeu changing for Nnw York. day for a two weeks visit to her parH next Tuesday, to renfalu several Miss Miles, Beaver Dam, and Mrs. ents near Princeton, Ky. the last week and the iarnurs are getLouis. days. Wm. Phipps, Louisville, were the ting along nell with their crops con; C. Riley has corn for sale. J. t'oniniriicrmeiit Effort, lateness of the season. Mrs J. F. Vicktrs, Owensboro, Is guests ol Miss Annie Lewis this A young man who graduated from sidering the Buy Fertilizer from Carson & Co. Mr. Abe Johnson ami family, of visiting her sister, Mrs Heber Mat week. a Klrksvllle, Mo , institution at a not who have been visiting friends The Floating Studio is at Calhoon. thews. Mr. Wood Tlnsley will take charge very recent date happened to become MHMaMH nnd relatives iu this vicinity this of the Hartford postoffice next Tues brilliantly inaccurate, . as is often the Take your stock to Field's Livery Miss Miles, of Fordsvllle was In week returned home yesterday. Stable. Miss Hennie Guenther will be case with commencement orators Hartford this week under treatment of day. Mr. John Sapp and slater, Miss He had labored on his oration and nssitant. Good shirting cottons for 4c at J. Dr. Baker. Fannie, were the guest of Miss Lucin-d- a objected so strenuously to a revision VS., Fogle & Co's. Dr. S. J. Baker, of Madisonvllle, Morgan Saturday. Mrs. W. O. Reed and children, of his effort by the faculty that he was visiting her sister, who has been in Hartford several of Miss Jessie Cambron the little three Buy your summer underwear at J Owensboro, are ' dajs, left yesterday for Fordsvllle and permitted to deliver it without its year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. B. Vickcrs. Ii. Fogle & Co's. having been Inspected by a vigilant Beaver Dam. Cicero Cambron who hat been very Mrs. Hmma Black arid daughter, instructor, as was the custom. He Leave your orders fpr Job Work Misses Laura Morton, Georgia Pir- showed his commencement day skill low with typhoid fever for several measles, Miss Josie, who have bad with Tub RrtrunucAN. days is convalescent. tle and Etta Thomas nre attending by adding a few statements extemare Improving slowly. Priesmeyers slippers are the best, Miss Ada Wellcr was the guest of the commencement exercises nt South pore. Among these imprompt flights Mrs. A. J. Casey nnd children, of found only at Fair & Co's. Misses Mary and Lou Miller Sunday. Carrollton this week. was this: Nashville, are visiting the family of Miss Anna Hickcy who has been Call on Field & Son for the cheapon the shores of "We stand The new Pension Board for Ohio the Hou B. D. Walker. visiting friends and relatives in est and best Buggy Harness. county was organized Wednesday 0 boundles sea. Our nation numbers Owensboro lor the past week returned The Steamer Jftnle Rae lauded WedCall on It. L. Bullington for any- nesday evening with a large load for with Drs. J. S. Smith, S. J. Wedding more that 50,000,000 people, living home yesterday. in 50,000 homes." and S. D. Taylor present thing in the tonsorial line. Mr. E, W. Jackson, the photoHartford at.il Beaver Dam. A local newspaper man had the teMr. J. L. Talt, oi Slaughtervllle, grapher, of Cromwell, is now in this A small lot of wool will buy a big o! Center-tow- n, merity to criticize the effort, and callM3. C L. Woodward, Ky., is In Hartford In the Interest of community and will probably spend lot ol Dry goods at Carson & Co's. visited her father, Mr. Wm. ed the graduate's attention to the fact the Knights ol Honor. He should this week here. a boundless sea would be a very first of the week. that Remember Bullington will give Foster, the meet with good success. Miss Hattie May, of Owensboro, large body of water, and that 1,000 you a good shave, hair trim or shamMisses Lula aud Bessie Rowe, of came to Adaburg yesterday to spend Ralcy wa3 ad fudged to be of persons would be too many to live Robert poo. Owensboro, are the guests ot the a week at Mr. Thos. Hickey's unsound mind last Tuesday and peaceable in one family, no matter Select your choice as being the Hon. E. D Walker's family. Ida. Messrs Jno. G. Keown and A. Jones how amicably Inclined the housemost popular teacher of Ohio county Mrs. R D. Bennett and chlldred, conveyed him to the Hopkiusville hold. HI10I llomi in Colli lllnoil. and vote accordingly. of Tolou, Ky , were the guests of the Asylum. When the graduate saw the criti- Mlddlesboro. Kv.. Tune 1. Tohn C. Buy your groceries from Fate Bros family of Mr. Wm. Foster, this week. icistn he started tor the newspaper Mr. and Mrs. Klnch Howard, ol office on murder bent. The homicide Colson. the nominee for county judge They alwajs have the freshest and Misses Sallie and Aniba Ford and ' Owensboro, who have been visiting was averted by the newspaper man and brother ot Congressman David G. cheapest goods on the market. Abbie Smith, Fordsvllle, are visiting the family ol Mrs. Howard's father, taking a fishing trip up the Chariton Colson, was snot down in cold blood Bring usyourcountiy produce we Dr. 12. W. Ford and family this week, by John Dugan, at 8 o'clock Mr. Wm. Foster, have returned to river, and the graduate gave a n pay the highest market price. an ex saloonkeeper. The murder ocLyman Williams is agent for their home. dissertation in a contemporary curred on Cumberland avenue, the Patb Bros. Steam Laundry and Dye journal on the boundless sea and the Works and will give you the best of Attorneys E P. Neal, W.H.Barncs, illlmitableness of homes, all of which main street, near the home of Dugan. A trimmed Hut latest styles for y is the opening day of WillJ. E. Davidson, R R, Wedding, M. L. shows that a newspaper children at 50c. and Misses 75c. and work delivered promptly. man iam Miller's saloon, in a building Heavrin and Jo B Vickers attended & Co's Ladies for $1 00 at Carson Miss Annie Fogle returned home shouldn't know too much. owned by Colson. Colson and Miller Esq. A. S Anil's court at Sulphur Mr. Lem McIIenry, rvho has been yesterday, alter graduating at Hamhad been together "most of the day, OLATo.. Springs Tuesday. at Silver City, New Mexico, for sev- ilton Female College She was acMr. Jesse Byers and wife, of Gray- and during the time Miller had a few eral weeks, is nt home on a visit to companied by Mrs. Fogle and Miss Capt G. F. Stickney, of Bowling son county, were the guests of Mrs. words with Dugan. Colson, who was Mamie Ross, who went to Lexington his mother. Green, has been inspecting Rough Byers' mother Satutday and Sunday. a friend of Dugan, took his pistol hut Saturday. John P. Daniel, of Owensboro, is away from him so that he would not river preparatory to doing some much We want your wool, feathers, eggs harm Miller, but Dugan said that he needed work cleaning out the stream vlflting his paicnts this week. The following citizens from Hartand Ginseng for which we will pay Mrs. O. S. Bond is visitiug rela- would see him later. Miller and Colford left Monday for Green river on a and otherwise making it more naviprice. the highest market son then went into the saloon, and tives at Phllpot. fishing expedition: J. S. Glenn, C. gable. Carson & Po. Mr. Pig Felix and wife, who have upon their return started to mount M. Barnett, J. T. Sanderlur, J. B. We still have a few pieces of Wilson, The following named persons have been visiting friends and relatives their horses, when they were met by E. T. Miller, Shelby Taylor, queensware. that we will sell cheap Ike Sanderfur, C. M. Crowe, J. P. paid their subscription to Tub Re- here, returned home this week, ac- Dugan, who opened fire. One bullet for cash. Call and see them. publican since our last issue: J. companied by Miss Mollie Gaines, took effect In the neck ot Colson, e Sanderfur, Wayne Render and Pate Bros. They will return the C. Wilson, Roslne; Chas. Russelberg, Render. Mrs. Mary Hoover Is on the sick causing Instant death. He was taken Whitesville; Dr. E- - W. Ford, Hart-forto rooms in the Colson block. Dugan Mr. D. F. Tracy, who left Hartford latter part of this week. list. W. C. Ambros, Beda. was arrested and taken to n place of sometime ago, and moved to LouisMrs. J. C Hall, of Rosine, is visWe received a call yesterday mornThe affair has caused the ville, has returned to 'Hartford to ing from Mr. iting her daughter, Mrs. Mollie Al- safety. J. L. Talt, who his here Mr. MIt Combs and Miss Ada Duke whole town to turn out, and, while make his home. Gouia. to organize a lodge of the strongest were married at the bride's home len, this week. there is no open demonstration, yet Ilnrltonl-EtmioTlllBring on jour wool, your wife and nnd best protective fraternities in I Wednesday evening by Rev. G. J. racket Line. it is feared by many that Colson's The Evansville and Hartford Packdaughters. You can buy Hats, America. We predict a large mem- Bean. Both are popular young peo friends will seek vengence by other Shoes and Diess Goods witlnwool at bership for the new lodge, as no one pie and have many friends who join et, Janie Rae, leaves Hartford for processes than law. Colson leaves a Evansville every Tuesday and SatCarson & Co's. who will examine its workings and in extending congratulations, day at 6 o'clock a. m. Arrives at wife and family. Remember Field's "bus meets all plans can fall to see its great advan Mr. Thos. H. Faught, of Beaver Evansville every Tuesday and SaU People buy Hood's Sarsaparilla year trains. For the most pleasant ride to tages and low cost. Dam, is announced this morning as a nrday at 9 o'clock p. m. Returning after year because it does them good. Beaver Dam, leave your order at We notice from the published procandidate for Magistrate In the Roslne leaves Evansville for Harttord every It will do you good to take it now. Field's Livery Stable. gram of the Kentucky Dentist's As.i Magisterial District, subject to the Tuesday and Friday at one o'clock p. of this Mrs. Lizzie Murphy, of Illinois, sociation that Dr. J. R. Pirtle, Dr. J. S. Coleman preached two action of the Republican party. Mr. tn , arriving at Hartford every Weddown for a talk on' Non- arrived in Hartford last Friday to place, is put Fuught is a good, substantial man nesday and Saturday at 4 o'clock p. masterly sermons at the Baptist Pir-ti- e visit her sister, Mrs. A. McCtocklin, Leaking Richmond Crown." Dr. and should he be nominated and elect- in. For cheap rates on lreight apply Church last Sunday morning and is one of the best young dentists nnd leaving Tuesday to return home. on board of boat or to Ins. F, Carson, evening. He was greeted by large ed he would make a good official. In Kentucky. He is a close student crowds at both sermons. agent, Hattford, Ky. Your patronPhotographer TaylorwillmakeCab-ine- t ol his profession and Is thoroughly Nlnto mid County Tux. age solicited, Photographs for a short ttme at proficient in alt of his work. The asSheriff Keown received his tax For Seventh Annual Reunion of the Cait. W. II, Moore, Manager. $1.50 per dozen and will be found evs sociation wltl meet In Owensboro the books last Saturday eveulng and is United Confedeiate Veterans nt Nashery "Monday at his Photo Car in Hart-lor- 15th of this month. d, now having his deputies' books cop-leThousands suffer from Catarrh or ville, Tenn , Juue 22, 23 and 24th, which will be completed in a very cold In head and have never tried the 1897, tickets will be on sale June 20, 39 tf A large number ot citizens of Hartlew days, after which there Till be popular reratdy. There Is no longer 21, 22 and 23, limited tocontious pasMiss Lula Mauzy, daughter of our ford met at the Court House Monday big and quick work done in the way any excuse, as a to cent trial size of sage in each Direction with limit of fellow townsman, Mr. W. H. Mauzy, night to talk over school matters. ot gathering in the tax so ns to be Ely's Cream Balm can be had of your to days from date of sale to return for five, out of 42 taachers, Hon. T. J. Smith was elected chairwas one of able to make prompt settlement with druggist or we mail it for 10 cents. $2 80. An extention of ten days will s certificate man and F. L. FelU and Sam. A. who received a the State and county. Tax book was Full size 50 cents. be given if purchaser will deposit in Webster county at the recent ex were elected secretaries and Anderson due Sheriff first of March and he is ELY BROS , 56 Warren St , N Y.City ticket with the joint agent at Nashamination. She will likely teach In the object ot the meeting was stated only allowed till first of December iu A friend advised me to try Ely's ville on or before June 27, by the chalimau. Mr. W. that county this year. with "the State. On Cream Balm and after using it six Harrodsbutg, Ky., lune 23 24i Anlaw which to settle was called on and he gave the Last Satuiday about one hundred along the line of the proposed tax to account of this delay the nine month weeks I believe myself cured of canual Convention Kentucky Sunday work will have to be done In six tarrh. It is a most valuable remedy. School Union, one fare for the round Democrats assembled at the Court maintain the school. A committee House in convention to elect delegates was appointed to ascettaln the views months, but Keown and his hustling Joseph Stewatt, 624 Grand Avenue, try, tickets on sale June 21 and 22; to their State Convention. Thuy ol the citizens on the tax question as deputies can do this if any body can. Brooklyn, N. Y. gcol till June 26 to return. First man to pay tax this year was fought and fussed for about two hours, follows: R. Holbrook, W. A. Gibson, Ashville, N. C.,uue 25, Summer East No c. pissed someresolutiousaud adjourned. Judge Jno. P. Motton, W. M. Hud- County Clerk D. M. Hocker, School Y. M. C. A , one fate round Our carding machine will be fully trip, tickets on sale June 13, 14 Mitt It was the usual Democratic conven- son ond T. J. Smith. Messrs. B. D. Hartford precinct. First man in othtion, fraught with much wind and Ringo, J. S. R.' Wedding, W. H. er precints to pay upto this date were, overhauled and in full operation lune 15, good till Juue 27 to return. Hat-ler15. We will be better prepared than ;p not much work. . Neatly everybody Barnes and Supt. Shnltz were ap- David S. French, Buford; P. M. juiui xm Roslne; W. P. Render, Sr., ever for the making of wool rolls, there tried tf be "boss." pointed on a committee to look up and Jas. Rice, (of col) West J. W. Ford & Co. The the legal questions Involved. Hartford. Th Editor of Th Bloomfltld low Farnur Lost About one month ago, fit' committees will report Vny A You o Whrn Von Cnu. Writ! of th Good Done by State taxes ore 10c higher this year teen headpl hogs, one sow, eight pigs OR. MILES.1 NEW HEART DURE. farmer raises one Suppose that a it has been lor several years, but than A Card. and six shoats. The shoats will thousand, bushels of wheat a year and Fordsville, May 29. this would not have been neeessari-allweigh about 80 pounds, marked left so had that overwhelming Demo- also sells this to one thousand persons To Mr. S. P. Roby and Republicans enr cropped, the right split, the pigs in all patts of the country, a great The sow's mark is et al of Ohio county who have so gen- cratic legislature of 1892 heeded the portion are unmarked. of them raying, "I will hand erously called upon me to make the protest of Gov. Brown and not nave inAny unknown, but is marked. you a dollar in a short time." The for the office of Representative reduced the tax trom 47)ic to formation leading to their whereabouts race does not want to be dtnall, and lrom the county of Ohio in the next thereby creating a deficit and causing farmer will be liberally rewatded. one General Assembly of Kentucky; I the State to fall behind and grow says, "All right." Soon the Mrs. Tux A. Gray, This thousand bushels are gone, and he doubly appreciate deeper In debt year by year. wish to state that I Westerfield, Ky. he the confidence the Republicans of legislation was done no doubt for has nothing to show for it, and then realizes that be has fooled away preclncta havo in my honesty, campaign purposes. Representatives these llrcurntmii, his whole crop, and Its value is due Decoiation day was obterved at integrity and ability to serve them in desitlug to go home and tell the votcapacity as evidenced by their ers "how we reduced taxes," without In a thousand little driblets. SubseMorthat McIIenry Saturday by Preston ton Post and other soldiers. The day call, but from reason best known to explaining, but by doing so we t?IH quently he is setiously embarrassed debtwas beautiful and a large crowd was myself I must decline, assuring you cause the State to become disgraced iu business, because each of his as iu the past, that any by falling in debt year by year and ors thinks that his one dollar would in atttndanec and everything passed in the future, Yet that Is eyctly not being able to meet demands made not help much. off nicely. An excellent program thing I can do to advance the interWERE AUB a (treat many urucatt of the Republican party you will upon the Treasury. There is no tell- the financial rock on which retail had been prepared and was rendered ests and women nbo visa otneri u In fact to the entire satisfaction ot all who find me ever ready and willing to do ing how long this dlsgracelul state of merchants are wrecked, and what ha reatored them to Again thanking you 8ffmrs would have existed had not the that is the one of troubles with the health and bapplnea. Mr C. P. !. were present. The graveaot the detd what I can. lUlier ot ono ot tbo bout newipapor In Iowa, whole financial panic. If every man each and everyone for the aboye voters ol this grand old Commonveterans were decorated handsomely. wrlteafromllloomBeldla.AuslSItM. "My kindness, I beg to remain, Resp'y, wealth milled in their might aud who owes a dollar would pay It, the dealro to benelltotLer prompt me. to wtlta Appropriate speechis were made by C C Bbakd. tiiu. We bare used Ir Mllen' Itemed! In placed control of affairs In the hands money now in circulation would pay Hon R P. Hocker, Messrs L L. my family tor nearly two year with moat They did ten times the debts that it does A A newspaper man needs no Sunday of the Republican patty. Stewart, Fon Rogers, Kit Carson and grauryiuz reeuiu. nv man who owes u dollar nnd has it, is would'Dt others. It was an occasion long to and seldom gets one. Ills life is usu- thlf, knowing from National experi Dr,.3H out thorn now do wunMy wife bad comM been weakly and down be remembered, and the people ol Mc- ally so putc and good that he goes in- ence, that Republicans could be de- committing a sin against the silneatly erery aummer IIenry and Hamilton deserve praise to restate of chronic humiliation and pended upon not to falter in their munity by not, paying It. Every tor tbe past fltteen regenerated sanctificatton that Is only duty and not to fall to make ample ver dollar paid ou Monday pays for the excellent manner in which JlMtore yer Dr Mllea' Heart before HVarth they had prepared lor the gathering. a trifle below that of the angels, provisions to collect enough money twenty dollars' worth of debts Cure U exactly wbat Saturday night One of the most 111 name ImpUeai a When several other inhabitants ot to relieve the State of its present emAt the close of the exercises Rev, I A. successful class of people in the counsure cure for a weak, fluttering, palpitating Bennett offered prayer and the large this terrestlal sphere get out ot old barrassing condition. beats, and Dr HUea' nerTeaua wni run This extra too tax on property will try la the Amlah test, one of whose crowd left lor their various homes Charou's cat boat on the other shore fulling last for three years only, by which cardinal prlnples Is never to get into arenPteilnt" are aold by all dru Br. Mil' Kemedlea tiding that they hud spent a pleasant they will find several editors They pay no interet and uiu-all- y under a positive guatauteo, flret bottle day, and left with many kind teuie B along the bauk for mud cats, and the time our debt will be Ereatly Ireduced dbt. benefits or money refunded. Book on Heart t I have their money where others will have to aud ai'J then the lax rate will be lowered bsrencea oftbegcod people of that. new arrivals and Nerreaaent free t all applicant. ore paying Interest to theiu. DfcWILWMBDlOAI CO., Elkhart, lad. again. I pit on the nook. section. N( iv I'Hlrdnize Field's elegant 'bus line. white ParMale Mi it Carson & are . G. B. William and children inltlt- i- In Hudimburtr II KAI.0 Awnrdrd 'DEL' CREAM &AKIN0 POWiER BAMNG POWDER Ma-ga- thre-coltim- Hop-klnsv- ille -- To-da- Car-lils- d; e first-clas- n 1 1 aJ 11 J ML-- To Benefit Others. ht. Ty i 4ic, imen P. I5C RpMlte' ra -- a dig-bai- e ft. I Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JUNB 4. 1897. LUCK IN ACCIDENTS. Death by a Mosquito Bite Sets Insurance Men to Talking. Contact With a Poisonous Bush And Bathing In Poison Wator Cots tho Monoy. thou suck the pernicious cigarette and has thou lot thy grip 011 the ways that are rigid and widom which Is good In the world? Verily, verily, I siy unto you, if so thou art in a bad row of stumps, and thy name is pants with n capital P. Thy heels wll fly up ore long nnd thou will find thyself floating in the soup. Kiep thy lips from the jug that contains the intoxicating juicennd steer widely of the aces, and in the ripening years ol thy Hie thy pocketbook will be fill ed of the collateral of the earth while those who mind not these commandments arc portaking ol the lunch which is free. I'rce silver MIHC Till! U a lost cnnse. I.l Every enlightened country is on a gold Innln, and the progress ol any country la Ini'lcatcd, as in the cateol Jnp in, hy its appro icli to the gold bsU tto slekneM In tbe wnM. It retains Uie illgMfal food (00 long In tlie boweli and proOtiees MHoimiwm, torpid liter, Irnll- - Cau9 fully Constipation ! General Dlroctory. TAT KING'S COMMERCIAL COLLEGE standard Free silver is as much n past device a I the stage couch or the canal I'tee silver Is, politically, ns much a kl came as ti unification or seces sloti, and it is at idle to expect "its rettjrntion" aa it is to expect the restoration of the Bourbon dynasty in France or the Confederacy in Ameri1 CMUon, bail lasts, coaled MM. tongue, able beodaclii-- . in- - MJf B 1 H g m omnia, etc. Hood's nils B 1 " " cure constipation and all us results, easily and thoroughly see. All druggists. Frtpared by C. t. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. Tho only rills to take vrltli Hood's Sarsaparilla. Hood's 3 KyII ol Oovernur William 0. Btaillay. Limit. Governor W. J. Worth-liigto- OITlCIAW. Sacretaryof State Charles Finley. S. E, Cor. Loulsvlllo, Ky. 5th and Market Sts, A'lnrnoy Qonoral W. 8. Taylor. Auditor Samuol II. Stotio. Tr usurer Qoo. W. Long. Afion's the best facilities for thorough practical training in SHORT. Commissioner of Agrioulturo, HorSuccess asuml in HAND, TYPE WRITING and BOOK KF.KPING. aud Statlstlot Luoif ticulture Pupils assisted to POSITIONS Terms moderate THRRlt MONTHS. Monro. Ruslness men furniMied Stenographers PRiltt OF Superintendent Public lustruotlon-Ge- o when competent. M. DiivUon. Register Land Reynold. SHORTHAND INSTITUTE CHARGU Office Chas. Uhnt the UN" Will lo. "We arc thorry to thay," explainThe mosquito bite accident insurs ed the editor ofn weekly paper in ance decision of Judge Haielrlgg has Oklahoma, "that our compothlng room wath entered lath night by cause a good deal of discussion in inThe Chicago Tost surance circles. says: "In the first place, a 'straight Hie' company 'pays if you die.' Most of them insist your death shall be hedged with moderate circumspection if you are going to pctform it in the first two years, but alter that they will pay, no matter by what means you may your quietus make. Oa the other hand, the accidcntcompaniesprom-is- e to pay a certain amount weekly if you are disabled by an accident, or a lump sum if you die as the direct reBut if you go sult of an accident. lame as a result of natural causes like rheumatism or gout you get nothing. And if you die in the regular, common, conventional way, lth accidental association, your heirs get nothing but the recollection of the fact that you had a chance and missed it. "Everything turns on the question 'what is an accident?' Companies are particular about that. So Is the insured. Generally the latter will regard any injury as of accidental origin, and will ask the company to produce. For instauce, Ben V. Hubbard, who came pretty near being Insurance Commissioner instead of the Mr. Durfee, tells the following: " 'A man was insured for $5,000 in an acoldent company, and went bugIlls horse ran away and gy riding. He wasn't at all tipped him out. hurt. He didn't even fall down. But he stumbled into a poison sumach bush, and the contact gave him poisThe corns on, from which he died. pany refused to pay. It held the running away of the horse was the accident, and the insured was not hurt in it. But the courts held the immediate cause of death was the poison, and that contact with the sumach was part of the accident. So the plaintifl recovered.' "J. W. Alexander, who writes ao. cident policies, told of another man: " 'His name was Dorsey, and he freeqnently bathed in a certain pool not far from his house. A vine called poison oak grew near, and cutting some timber at the edge of the pool the trailing vine was tossed iuto the water. It impregnated the pool with poison. Dorsey went swimming as usual, and the poison got him. He swelled all up and couldn't work. Then he brought suit for benefits, deWhat claring it was an accident. did he get? Why, he got his money, ofcouise. If a man says it is an acThe courts cident, that settles it. agree with him.' "Willis Ellis, who used to write insurance, and now writes leases, tells of a Denver man who took out an accident policy in each insurance company in town. "He insured against accidental poisoning, against falls, collisions, explosions, wrecks by land and water, footpads and policemen, Denver whisky and wild cowboys. And then one day, being moved to charity for his wife, he went out and tried to kill himself. He drank enough to have slain any man, he hired a runaway team, which went wild and dumped him at the tailway station. He hopped on a moving freight, which ran into the noon express, and smashed every car from the caboose to the tender. He escaped without a scratch, but plunged into the river in dlspair, nnd was pulled out by a cowboy and He livtaken home by a policeman ed in a flat buildiug, and, running to the roof, he dived oil head first to the pavement But some other people werft moving in, aud he lauded on five thicknesses ol mattress, Then be fired at himself with the f imily shotgun, and it wasn't loaded. Ots dinarily such devotion would have mae a millionaire widow. But this man slept through Sunday aud was as good as new Monday morning." "Accident couipaules have all sorts ofclaims," sjld a general agent. "But this thing ol calling a mosquito bite an accident is the worst I ever heard And th.it u man should die from such a cause simply shows the luck of some people, It is a good business, but it has some drawbacks; and the construction a court It going to put un the word 'is one o! them." much-hectore thuc-ceed- thome thocoundrel who thole every eth in the ethtabtlthtnent and in making hlth elhcape undo tected. It hath been impothlblc of conrthe, to procure a new thupply of etheth in time for thith ithue, nnd we are compelled to go to pieth In a thlthuation moth embarrathlng and dlthtrethtng. But we can thee no other court he to purthue than to make the beth thtagger we can to get along without the mithlng letter, therefore we print theNewth regardleth of the loth we have thuthtained. The motive of the mithcreat wath revenge for thome thuppothed inthult. It thall never be thald that petty thpirit of any thall thoulcd villian bath dithabled the Newth, and if thith meeth iht eye of the detethable rathcal, we beg to atthure him that he underateth the rethoarchth of a firthsclath newth" paper when he thinketh he can cripple it hopelethly by breaking into We take occathion to itth alphabet thay to him furthermore that before next Thurthday, we thall have three timeth qth many etheth ath he thcle. We have reathon to believe that we know the cowardly thkunk who did thith act of vandalithm, and if he ith prowling abot our ethtablithment ever theen again by day or by night, tucky. nothing will give uth more thatith-tactioThey are tired than to thoot hith hide full ot -n ca. The question that concerns all ttue Democrats in this connection is, "Shall the Democratic party be buried in the grave of Irec silver?" Messrs. Blackburn, lames, Hardin nnd Suter, the Big Four in Kentucky politics, insist that the Democrats of Kentucky resolved to sink or swln, live or die, suivive or perish, with silver. It may be that these distinguished office seekcis can carry the Democrats of Kentucky with them in this lesolvc, and that nil to go down in one red burial blent. That much we aay is possible, but it is not possible for these gentlemen to carry the State with them in such a suicidal course, and they could just as .well expect 'to resuscittte Aaron Burr in a national campaign as to expect to elect Bryan President of the United States. 'Tis sweet to die for one's country, no doubt, but that saccharine deritc does not animate the followers of Blackburn, Hardin, Suter and lames. Democrats in Kentucky have fought, bled and died enough in this cause, aud they desire now the substantial fruits of victory. Time and every influence in natuie are working against devices of these four statesmen. The bounteful crops of the fields refute them. A desire for commercial peace and for the hum of Industry is working against them. The sun itself, as it ripens the wheat and draws the reluctant corn from the earth's embrace, is putting new heart and new hope into the men ot Ken- Tnrlir llrliiy. We think the suggestion ol the President of a protective association in Pennsylvania, that 100,000 textite and other workers should march upon Washington and ur,;e the ol pending tariff legislation, shows him not much wiser than Coxeyibttt there is great reason why textile workers especially should desire speedy action on the tariff A Utter from Bmdfird, ttnuland, in this week's number of the American Jfconomis.t, shows that there have been exported from llradfml for our markets in the two yens nnd four months sinoe the Wilson bill vent into operation textile labrics to the value of nearly ooo, against less than $45,000,000 in the fmr years of the McKinley tariff In January of this year Bradlord exh; ported to us something over in February, neariy $i, fr.ooo,-ooowrrt- 0. D. Insurance Bureau W. Comingoro. Adjutant General Commlssloner-- ..-- . State Librarian Day. IIAILIWAI) D. It Collier. Airs. Mary Brown COUMIBStONBIIfl. W 11 chairman; J, F. Dompwy, II. 8. Irwin, Secretary J110 C. Wood, f FOR Samuel I' Brown. CONOnrSMONAL. KVEKY member of Sou a tors Hon. William C. Liiid Bay, Hon, J. C. 8. Blnckburu. Rrprepoutatlvo Fourth District Hon. John W. Lewis. STATU KVKUY family on HVliUY farm, in EVKKY vlllago, in EVUltY Stale anil Territory. I.r.(!ISr.ATUltB. Hon. A, D. James. Representative Ohio Couuty Hon. 0. M. Barnett. Senator 4 iffisL FOR Education, FOIl Noble Manhood, FOE True Womanhood. of croakers and of croaking. They tooVnsknncc at the holeth." They see the four defeated knights. long line of their victims stretched out to crark of doom, and leel a daily Bill. Tho Anti-IYlBelow we give the principal provisstrengthening desire to rid the party ions of the anti mob law, which was of the fatal ascendency ol Blackburn passed by the late legislature: Louisville Post. and Hardin "The bill provides that if two men Anay. Jou't Tobarto Spit anil Smote luar or more persons confederate together To tobacco eully and forsrer, for the purposed intimidating,alarra-Ing- , netlc, quit or life, nerro ami vlcor, tako be toaj (ull the wonderworker, that make weak men disturbing or injuring any perstrong. All drugglaM.SOc brfl. Curo guaranoffison or to rescue any one from an teed. Booklet and sample free. AddreM ob IT gives all important nows of tho Nation. CtrtQUIT COUltT. IT gives n I iinpnrinut nows of tho World. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens IT gives tho most retiablo market reports. boro. IT gives brilliant and instructive editorials. Hon. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney IT gives fatciuating short stories. Owensboro. IT gives an unoxoelled agricultural ilopartniont. 000,000: in Match, over ?.. 000.000. T. II. Black, Jailor -- Hartford. It gives fcientifit and mechanical information. O. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. and in April, over $200,000 during IT gives illustrated fashion article;. B. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner IT gives humorous illustrations. every one ol the thirty dajs of the Hartford. IT gives entertainment to young and old. month, making an aggregate for the G. B Likens, TrustcoJury Fund IT gives satisfaction everywhere to everybody. month ol $6,137,000. This from the Hartford. Wo furnish THE REPUBLICAN and NEW YORK WEEKLY one Consular district of Bradlord, and Cal. P. Kcown, Sheriff Hortford. TRIBUNE, both papers there are other Consular d stricts in Deputies Samuol Keown Hartford Rnnlat-lllft- .Tnn Tfnt.nrta Thna I? England, as the Economist says, besides nil those in Europe, from which TCi&tinn Panln.lnivH, R T RtntAn ioreigu goods ate lieing daily hurried Cromwell. Address all orders to the Court convenes first Monday in to our market, aud 'the result will be n continuance of industrial depression Mnrch and August and continues three weeks, nud third Monday in May and in our country. November two weeks. Each day's delay in the passage of COUNTY COURT. Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Bes the new tariff increases the stock of John P. Morton, Judge Hartlnrd. Room a, Tribune Building. New York City, and sample copy olTHIt foreign goods pouring in on us, thereNRW YORK WKRKLY TRIBUNIJ will be mailed to you. D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. E. P. Weal, Attorney-Hrlfiir- d. by restricting tbe production ol goods Court convenes first Monday in nnd the employment 01 labor in this each month. country. OHIO COUNTY. ONE YEAR HARTFORD UKFUBLICAN, QUAUrF.ULY COUUT. nndeiiftC4l Ten 1 ill o ti . Chas. B. Hood, Broker and Manu- cer with a view of inflicting punishment or with the view of preventing prosecution, he shall be deeme 1 guilty of felony and upon conviction, be confined in the penitentiary not less than one nor more than five years. It provides that where two or more persons band together for the purpose of molesting, injuring or destroying property of another person or coropo-ratiothey snail be guilty of a felony and upon conviction be confined in the penitentiary notless than one nor If injury remore than five yaars. sult to person or property by reason of unlawful acts, the persons engaged or those aiding or abetting such unlawful acts, shall be guilty of a felony and upon conviction, confined in the penitentiary not less than oae year nor more than fifteen 3 ears, unless death results, in which case the pens alty shall be as now prescribed by law. It shall be no mitigation of the offense for one to claim heat of pass ion or absence of malice. The judge so trying the case shall so instruct The persons composing thejury. such mod shall be individually and collectively liable to damages. It permits any officer to summon to his aid as many able bodied citiz-n- s as nects-sarto protect any one in custody. Any one refusing to obey shall be fined in any sum not less than $100 nor more than $500 If a jailer has reasonable grounds to believe that the jail will be attacked by a mob lor the purpose of infl cting vioknee on any inmate ol the prison, he may arm the prisoners with n view to their own protection Upon information lodged with the county or circuit judge by any teliable person, stating under cath that he believes that two or more persons banded together, 01 about to do so, for the purpose of injuring or destroying pioperty, said judge is empowered nt once to order the sheriff or constable to summon a posse to guaid the property thrto'ene-It uvthorizei the governor to ofier rewards. Any person who shall send, circilate,exhiblt or put up any threatening notice or letter, shall upjn conviction be fined not less than $100 nor more than $500, and imptisoned in j ill not le Mi titan three nor more than twelve months," n y l never knew it to fail and would rath- I JUSTICES COURTS. Photographer Taj lor will make Cab- er have it than any doctor, because it A. 8. AuMi March 3, June 1, Sepinet Photographs lor a short time at always cures. Mrs. Hemming, 222 E. 25th St , Chicago, always keeps it tember J, December 1. $1 50 per dozen and will be found ev JontB. Wilson March 0, Juno 5, at had aud has no fear ot Croup, beery Monday at his Photo Car in Hart cause it instantly relieves. Free September 4, December J. 0. L. Woodward March 12, ford. 39 tf Trial Bottles at Williams & Bell's Juno 11, September 10, December 10. Diug Store. Jab A. Bowlio March 20. June 19, September 18, December 18. EPrVORTH ANNUAL MEETING LEAGUE, B. F. Graves March 26, Juno torrokto, Ontario, To cure a chill: When the lips be- 20, September 23, December, 24. July 14th to 18th, 1897. gin to quiver and turn blue, and Members of the Epworth League the first chilly shivering sensa and their friends should bear iii mind tion comes on take a full duse of Dr. the advantages offered by the Wa Bell's PeppermintCl.il Tonic. It is bash Railroad in tho way of low rates stimulating. It warms the blood It (one fare for the round trip to Toronpromotes the circulation of the b'oad. to) fast time and magnificent equip- It will prevent the chill nine time in ment of Bullet Sleeping Cars, Free tea. It Is guirintrer' to prevent the Reclining Chair Cars, etc., between chill ten times In ten if taken four hours before chill time. For sale bj Kansas City, Chicago and Toronto. For particulars, time or trams, Z Wnyne Griffin & Bro. Le-lo- re Sterling Remedy Co. , Chicago or New York; facturer's Agent, Columbus, Ohio, certifies that Dr. King's New Discovery has no equal as Cough rejueuy. J. D. Brown, Prop St James Hotel, Ft. Wayne, Ind. , testifies that he was cured ol a Cough of twj yearj standing, caused by Li Grippe, by Dr. King's New Discovery. B. P. Merrill, Baldwinsville, Miss,, sajs that he has used nnd recommended it and 11 Begins m the third Monday in January, April, July and October, courrr or claims Convenes first Monday in January, aud Tuesday affer tho second Monday in October OTHER COUNTY ooooooooooo TO IS YOUR TAILOR? x(ii&. you ncccivc THC 5t Do You Oct a CORRECT FIT? ' OFFirMW. G. S. Filrhugh, Surveyor Sulphur Springs. .N. C Daniel, AHetnr Cromwell. Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. Hartford. L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Springs. C. It. Campbell. Poorhouse Keeper, Hartford. benefit go YEARS SUCCESS 6 y J in HIGH GRADE TAILORING ev ORDERING YOUR SUITS AND OVERCOATS , I OF BORN & Co. THE GREAT CHICAGO MERCHANT TAILORS., We guarantee to fit and please joa, and saie yon monej. 300 NEW SAMPLES TO 3ELLECT rflOM ATMS, A, THOMAS'. Notwithstanding our burnt-ou- t luxt July we aie still headquarters tor all hinds of Beet quality of Steel and Chilled Plows. Both Walkiugand Biding ISrate Pluntere, Riding and Walking Cultivators with nnd Corn Drill, Check-rowithout tonguw, Dim Harrows, Fencing Wire plaiu nnd barbed. Oibarno Mowers nnd Biuderf,IIuber Threshing Macbine.Trsction ouglnw. All abuVO s repairing Implements are guaranteed to be of iho best quality. Horwshoeiu a tpecialty, afro a full line of kind done promptly. fail You will find cs at our oM tloml on Firt and terliliz re lor tobacco. Railroad tit Coiuo in and hh) us. Eirst-olfls- Farming 8mplements. WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, BEAVER DAM, KY. etc., write to C. S CRANE, G. P. and T. A. Wabash It It., St. Louis, See our voting contest 44 4t Mo. column for the teachers. THE in another KLVS CREAM I1AT,H IinporitlTeenra. Applj into the rjootrili. II ! qnfclilj tUortxd. so ctnU tt DrnrirUti or by Bull ; Minplat 10c by mill. LT BROTHERS, M Wirrtn St, Kw York Clly. mm 3IUER BUCK BUNCO GAME r 1 foiST ITillRET OT, ITInllL WUTCUU) Subscribe for The Republican and get-aithe news. Oua-inttobacco bablt euro Bislim vsuh mta atroDg, Wood pure. Mm.I1. AlluniiMJM. WliiiJMB Do you want any l Mf (or rirty Onto. PRINTING? ' If you do, we aro ready to receive your orders for ai.y thing 1 HOW TO FIND OUT. Fill a bctt'eor common wUr ulsst withuiine andlet It stniidtwentv l"Ui hours; a seudiinent ol settling injli cates a diseased condition ol the kid When urine Mains linen it in neys Dos'tive evidenceol Uidnty trouble Too frequent desire t- - uriiule or ji"in in the hick is nlso convincing proof that the kidneys and blnddrr ore out of order. WHAT TO DO in that line. .We print Note Honda, Letter Heads, Rill Heads, Statements, Ciieularn, Dodgers, . Business Cards, Wiling Cnrdt, Wedding Invitations, Prescription Blanks, Horse Hills, Milt. over in Ohio The Republicans county are calling on Charlie C Beard to declarehimself acundidate lor Representative of Ohio county, Charlie is well known in Brandenbuig, us this is his former home, and is honest, sober ard industrious, aud has alwajs been n faitlilul worker for his party, and if he should be elected would make agood Representative. Meade County Messenger, To Von. Yuiiiik Jinn! Young man dust thou go abroad in the land at night uul null the growler and perambulate the streets at an unreasonable hour? Dost thou whoop 'em up with the uos and fig. uie for a substance in the jickpot, thy bet sheekles against the every slippery tigerj Art thou a guzzler ol bur aud und a plaj er ol emit? D j-- t Kxciimlon 10 .Mnuuril I'ail-- . The annual cxcuslon of the C II. & D Kailway to Niagara Falls will orcut this year on July 8th. The rate from Cincinnati, O , will be $7.00. Tickets will be good five days. Trains will leave Cincii.natl nbout u. 00 noon. Tbe accommodations s will be in every particular. Elegant coaches, Pullman and Wagner sleeping cars The route is the 1110. t Interest of any- Going via To ledo, Detroit and the Michigan Central Railway through the bast part of Southern Canada, direct to the Falls This is the only line, that paws close to the brink, from which a lull and complete view ol both the American nnd Canadian Falls can be feen Niagara is one of the to advantage grcdtent wonders on the globe every-bol- ) knows ol Niagara, and everybody wants to go there. The C. II & D K'y was the firf t to inaugurate Ihuse cheap excursions, andalwavs has the best accommodations provided tor its patrons Perions dtsring lull inlormailon about this cecum )i should addi'ss the undersigned and nditcilptivc ciicular will be tuai'ed D, G Uiiwakds, jou. PdM.rTiof. Mg'i C II &l).R'y, Cincinnati, O first-clas- Uncle Sam prefers to buy what silver h needs In tho world's market and tho prices which are paid for It by other ndtlone. lie Is held up on hU way to market by tho slher mine and silver bullion owner, who Insists that lie Uncle Sam shall agree to buy and tell silver at twlee its actual vjlue. tells tTr.ole Sam that In 1873 bo committed a great crime against silver ond for that reason U responsible for the fall In prlco from $1.29 to 02 cents per ounce. He flatters Uncle Sam by telling him that ho Is great enough and wealthy enough to double tho price of silver tbe world over If ho will begin to coin It In unlimited quantities and treat It In OTery way as If it were worth Its old price. Will Undo Bam bo token In by this bunko stcerar? - i . . J JL. . - - .. .U J JJ HIIBWI T- - I SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST. lAJapteJ form Nut's cartoon la "Roblmon Crutot's Money." at -l There Ir comfort m the .knowledcc so olten expressed, tb.it Dr Kilmer's Swamp Root.thegreat kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving twin iu tbe back, kidneys liver, bladder nnd every part of the urinary pas sagts. It corrects inability to hold urine nnd scalding pain in parsing it, or bad t fleets following use ol liquor, wine or bear, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up mnny Units during the night to urinate The rii'ld and the extrpordinary efiect of Swamp Root is It stands the higher soon realized for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine you should have the heft Sold by druggists price fifty cents and For a sample bottle and one dollar pamphlet, both sent free by mall, mention TiieHautpobd Rhpudmcan address and send your full post-ofljto Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ulnghamton. N. V. The proprietors j)f this paper ' In fact everything that you want and printed. All work at !ove3t prices. Write or call first-clas- s for estimates. THE REPUSyCflN 9 lEaccirtioarcaL, ssLy. m Our Clubbing Rates. Tho Republican and the y and " Soml-Wcekl- Louisville Coiiiinrroinl. OwurUr-Jnurnnl..- . . .. .81 25 1.60 . 1.75 1 25 3 76 guarantee the genuineness ier. of this ' and Snil-Weekl- y Globe'Demoernt. . . of- The nnd iV, Republican Thriec-a-weo- 3 " anil New York Tribune and Louisvillo Dally Podt $J Y. World .05 per year, Ki.Mii:iiiiioK. for - i I People ofthlsi e'ghborlifod are very busy farming Miss Nettie Andersonwasthe gurst Hartford, of Mrs. Sam A Anderson, last week. Mis. I. A. Harnett nnd little daughter, No Creek, visited in this neigh, boihood last week, Mrs. C. D. Sullenger, near Hartford, who has lehvvery sick, is Scuoot, Giri. f mewhat bitter ANDY CATHARTIC I to 10 IRQAHlTPrV ADoUbUlttbl CURECOHSTiPATIOH nilinilKTrnnio'orstiirrMiorroniillpalloii. 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