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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TBE PARTY IK THE FOURTH CONCESSIONAL DISTRICT, ,ej A "Nothing else like II:" The most rcfrcshine- and - - a ea, e. - pleasant doap lor the skin. &fw2,ttei!LXy Ml.U sMPi I Jttffjj er be guarded, and now great the effort be to ward off danger nnd make her life joyous and happy. should the Expectant Moth- MOTHER'S FRIEND allays all lieves the VOL. IX. TUB roltl.'H I'HAYDII. HAETFOltD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1897. was $t 6 84j, while lint lion 1892 to 1893, a single year muter the McKln ley law, It w. n $246 655. n greater volume of Inert nc in one year under n protective tinll th 111 in two under the Wilson law; this, too, on a smaller volume ol business to start with, making the percentage of gain much greater. As a matter ol (act there was nn actual loss of $132,-18- 0 under the Wilson law- in the trade of 1806 as compared with that of 1894. The item of brass manufactures shows still more remarkably in favor of the McKiniey law. It also exhibits the falsity of Mr. Vest's position in a forcible way. Taking Mr. Vest's table it shows the exports of this item as $808,427 in 1894 and $872,396 in 1896 an apparant gain under the Wilson law of $62,031. But an examination ol the official figures show that there was under the McKiniey law fiom 1891 to 1894 froin$296,349 to $808,427 The gain under tbe McKiniey law amounts to 180 per cent, for three years, while under theWilson law the gain was less than 9 per cent, for two years. Figures can be made to prove anything if they are sufficiently manipulated and it they are fixed to suit the case, but when a free trader wants to establish his theory he would best let official figures alone. The more the people knownnd understand them the more they want protective tariffs. Sun. The eagle, the king of all birds, is noted for its keen sight, clear and vision. So are those persons who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes of any kind or granulated lids. Sold by all dealers For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. dis-tin- NO. $100 GIVEN AWAY 4(5. CUTANEM .SOAPi. glMiryKriwrc ten thc.' loittT rjyrrsEHY-J- bath re A3fl:ft TiSlLW fully prepares the ystcm that CuIIdblrfli is made easy ana me time ot rccovciy shortened -- many say " stronger after than before confinement. It insures safety to life of both mother and child. All who have used ""Mother's Frleod " say they will never be without it again. No other remedy robs confinement of its pain "A eaitnmrboewlfetiMilMQthtr's Friend .' says tbit If tbo but to g through tio ordeal win, nJ there wre bat (cur bottled to be (Obtained, anil the cost tlODXa tier bottle, be nil Srr land Nau sea, and so Cramps, Headache eulllivatlieiu.' m 0o.LirToi, lijl&n,Ohlo "I'MuioroMtioa fro upon 7n BrUONf LD aio ''!. "lixmJTANT ritnnoT-VU27 Hook ontoreceipt nfrrlo.lljoaroftlHHB" t RCQULATOR spptlettlon, containing and voluntary testimonials, CO , AuatlTa.OV t ail druggists. Wanted-7i An Idea r TS&rt.xtMTMzttJXx.s'Jz. aMioii. ft. for their $.M priao offer ami ttit vt two faunlrM larcntlou Wj 1 fi Who ran think of torn aim pi tblBtftOpfttfDtr wod. merchant's Qu-L- f-. 1 II .1 lrfifl B UCC TV)i Tn Curs Constipation Fore. or. untareu i nd f atnsrtic. loo or Ma C rail to cure tlru.:ci'u refund money Careats. tod Trade-Mari- a Y :C.A.SNOW&CO. Patckt Orricc. Waihinqtoh. d. c. Opp. , OuaOrricrisOpr-osiTcU.BPaTiNTOmctj and we can tmt ure pticai ux leu tune tAAa tboecl 3 rMijf from l.hmrtiia. Seed model, drams- - or t&nta With dWrlp-- j bioe. We advtie. if nairnta !a or o.. tree oft tairjce. Ovr not due till pattat iisrvurrd. J uW lo I'Mam raleau, wft&t AHrHLET, ems of urn In the U. s. and foreign couauwaj urn lare. AooreM, i tlMiuiMtonamwll obtained and all rat-- i r MoocnaTC i Ftt. a fe rVWVWWW -- 5H ; fflSTIB J331 HOTEL P.O. Wost Markot Stroot Be twoen 5th and 6th, AUSTIN, M'g'r., fc Lbuisville, Ky. It. I.. BAKHR Clicks: Louisville I T. O. UAKKK. and Dental Co., J OWENSBORO, ICY. GoldCrowna f5to$7 Porcelain Crowns 5 Best set of teeth (no better made no tuntter how inucli you pay) . S $1 up Gold fillings Silver filling 75c age Extracting, per tooth IPainless extracting with Vitalized j4W.M.5t. jto . Air ..50c Extracting irec when Artificial Ifecth are ordered. Office permanent-l- y located. Wanted-- An HYotarrt Idea your Idoaji they mar ).) 1W.I1. Mill tlflfllllMlAltllU e. Iflna. WJilnRt4n, D. O., for tbelr nty.itiiuJ two tmndraa InYeuliont IfU vrtto offer and traateU. - uueltQtf trtngyoa wUb, Who rln thick ttrapi of thing to " .--JT "SSBfettiriiaRi, - TASTELESS F KnB 18 H 1 1. 1 9ns til IS H imsb WARRANTED. PRICE ROcts. UlATU.IHA.NuY 10.1SK. St LouU.Mo. PurUMedlolneCo ot aenlleoieui We M)I4 bat jrew, noo boulealime C1IIU. WHIC Wkl TAttTMLUBS bought three urou already Ibia yoar In all our of It rean. In Uo druu bualneaa. bare nrter aold un artjele that tfaie tucb uulienul , JUST A8 COODFOn ADULTS. M uur Tuulo. uura truly For sale In Williams & Bel) !uiiua5oAvvvaijjjirraK Wla?" Uitt UUMI wtMiri imf,HiH'mlnUJl'fr V. 11 MvV'lvllI .t'. TfrTflyTiTE cxMMUjvuirfi. .tHUMniMtV (tfluW, WIUOj IAI4H1SV hum ay medicine qualities. It is perfectly introduce such a work ought to be corharmless, contains no load and is a dially welcomed. A better work has guaranteed cure for granulated lids, certainly never come to our table. It sore eyes or styes. For sale by Z. will be read over and over again by Man, Wayne Griffin & Bro. Ho Was a Qulot-Looklold and young, with every increasing But Ho Kow How to plcastiro and lasting profit. The t'fwnoiifteTr Hook. Shoot. Tho work is published by tho old "Darkness and Daylight,"or Lights n nnd firm of A. D. Worth- New York Life. In and Shadows of The ticket agent at Big Bend was this new and superbly illustrated work ington&Co., Hartford, Conn., whose not the man for the plaee and he rea noble Christian woman tells the imprint is sufficient cuarautee of the alized it as well as many others. lie excellence of this first class volume. thrilling story ot her pernonal experwas a nice man and knew his bust Royal Octavo, 740 pages. 252 fine The fare ience in Gospel, tompcranco, mission, plates, portraits, and text illustrations. tiees, but he lacked sand in a great city. No and reeoue-worIrom Big Bend to Black Hill was a dollar, but when any of the crowd recent publication is now commandYnnr Itoy Wont Lira n Mouth. So Mr. Gllman Brown, of 34 Mill wanted to go down they handed in ing so much attention nor has any two or three quarters, as the case other called forth such ringing words St., South Gardner, Mass , was told from ministers and by the doctors. His son had Lung might be, poked five or six inches ri ot "God-speetrouble, following Typhoid Malaria, n revolver through the window, and eminent women. It has been preachcalled ont: ed about from famous pulpits, read and he spent three hundred and sevendollars with doctors, who "Ticket for Black Hill and don't by tens of thousands of subscribers, ty-five waste too much time over It!" and mado the subject of many a cler- finally gave him up, saying: "Your The agent always handed out a gyman's Sunday ovenipg lecture. Its boy wont live a month " He tried ticket and pretended that things were authorship is fourfold, its four authors Dr. King's New Discovery and a few atl right, and the boss played it on being no less than: Mrs, Helen Camp- bottles restored him to health and enhitu till be had to throw up his job. bell, Kov. Lyman Abbott, D. D., Col. abled hira to go to work a perlectly well man. He says he owes his presOne day the old man went and the Thomas V, Knox, and Inspector ent good health to use ot Dr. King's new one took his place, and four or Thomas Byrnes, Chief of the New New Discovery, nnd know it to be the five of the gang went down to the debest In the world for Lung trouble. pot to size the latter up. When they York Petectivo Bureau. tho principal Trial bottles Free at Williams & Bell's Mrs. Campbell, returned to camp there was a mejonty writer, certainly was a woman comDrug Store. and a minority report. Bill Thompson was spokesman lor the majority, missioned of God, and "In His Name" spent many years as a city missionary and he said: Store "He's the toAcst thing in these literally "In Darkest New York.'' Curative power is contained in Hood's j ere patts. I'm not going to buv What a wonderful work she did How Sarsaparilla than in any other similar ' any mote tickets, but I'll scare 'em devoted nnd blessed her labors were. preparation It costs the proprietor outer him. The sight of a gun will It is a stoy never to bo forgotten. and manufacturer more. It costs the make hisha'rcutl." This uniijuo vol u mo preconts these jobber more aud it is worth more to j the consumer. More skill Is required .Bob Williams was spokesman for thrilling experiences of Christian enthe Minority, and was also the minor- deavor with tho hundreds of pathecio in its preparation- and it combines ity as uell. He looked, veiy serious and amusing scenes that were packed more remedial qualities than and other as he caidf into tbenij it portrays lifo in a great medicines. Consequently It has a record ot more cures and its sales ere "He's a paW (iced, humble-lookicity by day ami by night "As Sceii by critter, but don't make no mistake on a Woman"; it shows tho power of the more than those ol any other preparahim. He carries his forefinger kinder Gospel to redeem souls from tho low- tion. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the best medicine to buy because it is an honcurled up, as it pullln' trigger, and est depths; it gives striking testimonies est medicine and thousands ol testitbe first man who shoves a gun in on of the redeemed; and from ail theso monials prove that it actually and him is goin' to get hot lead In rerich and varied experiences it draws peimantentle enre disease turn." The camp was divided on the ques- liviug truths for head and heart that Seimlor Vest's 1'lgnrce. tion, nnd after muck talk Bill Thomp- aro worth to any reader ten times tho Senator Vest, who is in charge of son offered to make the test and set- - pricoof the hook. Mrs. Campbell's the opposition to the Dlngley tariff is full of account of reccuc-wor- k touching inoideuts. Stranger bill, presented some figures the other stonos are horetold than romance ever day and made tueni a part ot his It is needless to say they ilreamod of, evory one of them drawn speech, from roul lifo by a woman's baud. In were inaccurate and" failed to prove every chapter sho weaves in anecdote what the Senator desired to prove. Tlltt and When a free trader dabbles iu figures alter anecdote, incident after incident, dangers of they are sure to He in one way or anstory nftor story, and tho reader's atchild-birtcan other. The eiTort of the Senator was be almost tn- tention is held hreatbloss to the end of to show that under the Wilson lav tlrely avoided. WliipnfPnnluW tho volumn. "Straugo but most sug- the foreign trade of this countiy in relieves ex- Jtf' gestive is the fact," says Bishop Uoxo agricultural inpleraents, carriages aud pectaut motn-er- f. in warmly, commending this volumn, ether products of wood and metal had It gives "that Christ is to bo visitod in those groatlf increased as compared with dens and diver; tho are those whom what we enjoyed under protective tMita thftm In condition to do their work Ho wil boar in mind whou He says: laws. Ilia exhibit was in three colperfectly. That makes pregYe visited me'; or, whon he says: umns. In the first heshowed'the exfeis painful, shortens nancy labor and hastens rccoverynfter ports in 18S6, in the second those of 'Yo did it not to Me.'" child-birtIt helps a woman 1&91 and in the third those of 1896 Hov. Dr. Lyman Abbott's bear strong healthy children. interest in City Mission work, and his It Is important to note that the year of the second column was that iu porsonul share in that work, (ittod him to write for this which tbe McKiniey law was enacted book, Iu his iutroduotluu to It he and that the law was enforce till 1894, In the first place the Senator's fig brought happiness to has alto Bay: figthousand of homes barren for to "My intcroet in these phases of city ures do not conform the official Afewdosesoftenbrlttgt from my' collego days. ures as given in the Statistical Ab- lifo dates ixars. loving hearts that long darling baby. No woman From that day to this over u third of stract, and in the second place the efshould neglect to try it for this a century I have omitiuued the fect ol his form ol tabulation is to trouble. It cures nine cases out studies thou begun, and the subject of give the Wilson law credit for a of ten. All druggists sell Wine this book has been ouo of tho gieat growth that accrued under the Mcof Cardul, f r.oo per bottle. of my study sometimes iu Kiniey law In the cases of a number subject literature, often in lite." For advice In cases reiralrlnr special Ot the various groupa mentioned the dlreclloei. address, rWlnr symptoms, No appeul from temperance advothe "Ladles' Advisory DepsrtineBt," shipments for the year 1896 were acts The Chatiinoora Medicine Co., cates can do moro to promote tbo ually loss than for the year 1894. In Tean. causo of temperauco than tho thrilliug evsry ease where this was not true Vtt. LOOM HALI. ecouos and incidents so wolldecaribfti; the growth of trade was very much of JefTenon, Ot., iiyn at IbMit i says Mm. Mary A. Liver-mo"Whtn I first look Wins of Csrdul slower from 1894 tn (896 than Irom yesrs. but ws had been married three ami Miss ITruiuMss K. Willard. 1801 to 1894 In the items of "Flows could not have toy children. Cine monlhs latsr 1 ht! Una girl Mby." Ono ')!' the m.t abwirbiugly inter- ajid Cultivator," for example, the inesting portions ot I ho hoik is that crease from i8y 101896, two years, tie the proplcm. In a day or two a written by Inspector Byrnes given tho score of us went down to witness the ripo exporiencoof thirty years of We were all lounging lifo. Many ot tho startling The royal fenst was done. The king performance. when in revelations he makes aro taken from Sought sonic new spott to banish about the wAltlng'-'rooCflIC walked Hill with n whoop, and, adhis private diary. "Thoy havo never And to his jester cried, "Sir fool, vancing to the ticket window he bejoro been published Kneel down and make lor us a gruflly Inquired the (are to Black This fascinating1' volume is Juried a 1 rayer." Hill. woaderlul talent Christian love and The jester doffed his cap and bells "One dollar," waa the reply. faith, all alivo with intense and strikAnd stood the mocking couit be"A dollarfur mc Bill Thompson?" ing reality. Tho best of it is fore. that it "Yes sir; for you or anybody else." ia They could not seethe bitter smile a puro aud clovating hook from beBehind the painted grin he wore. "And you won't take a hall?" ginning to end a volume for tho fam'No, sir." lie bowed bis head and bent his knee "You won't tike it with this tiling ily circle. Ou this point tho words of Upon the Monarch's silken stool. His pleading voice arose, "O Lord, behind it?" continued Bill as he Rev. Dr. Twichcll (who has a family Pe merciful to me, a fool! shoved the coin along with the muz- of teu children) and Rev. Dr. Magoun, Prosident Iowa College, are worth "Tis not by guilt and onward sweep zle ol his gun. Of truth and right, O Lord, we "No. sir, and ? ' And there was quoting hero: Dr. Twichcll writes, Btay! n popl popl popl and six bullets were "My wife snys thai sho is going to set 'Tis by our follies that so long We hold the earth from heaven chasing inch other into William's our young people on tho book right anotomy. IIe lost a finger, had an olf, for the gOod'TUwJIl do them"; and away. ear split, ah eyebrow shot off, got a President Magoun says, "My family "These clumsy feet still inthe mire, across the chin and another finds, whero other books on our shelves Go crushing blossoms without end. rake These hard, well meaning hands we across the scalp, and be didn't have lack interest, this one always holds time to tall until all was over. Then and rewards attention." thrust Among the heart strings of a friend the agent opened the door ol his office It contains 252 superb engravings, "Th'lll timed truth we might have nnd looked us over and said: every one of them made irom photo"I didn't shoot to kill and he Isn't kept Who knows hpw sharp it pierced hurt much. The fare to black Hill is graphs taken from life, mostly by . Every faco is a portrait, and stung. one dollar exactly one dollar. AnyThe word we have not sense to say? one else want to get to Black Hilt lor every scmio a stern reality. Iu lookWho knows how grandly it had ing at tlieso splendid illustrations tho a quarter?" rung? Without n word in reply, we picked reader sees nt a glance just how Gos"Our faults no tenderness should ask. Bill up and lugged him off He was pel wcrk is carried on by day and by Thecbastening stripes must cleanse also a very silent man. We had got night by rescue bands; he is shown them all. Out for our blunders, oh, in shame him all bandancd up and put to bed strango sights in out oi the way places Before the eyes of heaven we fall before he was ready to talk, and then that aro rarely or never seen by the casual visitor; he is taken into cheap "Earth bears no balsam for mistakes. he simply inquired: "Boys, who did all that shootin'f" lodging-house- s Men crown the knave and scourge and cellars; into tho the tool "Why that feller you said you homes ot tho poor; into nowsboys' That did their will. But thou, O could bluff," answered one of the lodging-houseinto the police and Lord, boys. Be mercilul to me, a fool!" detective departments, etc., nothing " but I thought I did?" he The room was hushed. In silence growled, as he turned his lace to the seems to bo omitted. We douot know when 710 pages rote Washington The king nnd sought his gardens wall nnd shed tears. havo given us more genuine pleasure. Star. cool If we speak warmly of tho book, it is And walked apaitand raurmed low, becaue-it richly deserves it. It is "Be mercilul to me, a looll" Sutherland Bagly Bye Salve Is new sold only by agents, nnd is meeting KJward Rowland Sill In N. Y. limes. nnd original in style of package and with an enormous sate. Agents who flash-lights; To tho Moat Popular Toaoh-orof Ohio County". The Rm-uiu s k;PfflCE25fr av a, It lasts twice as long-- as others. ican has always been friendly to tho teachers ol Ohio o,U- nly, and has always received substantial atil from them nnd wo hae now determined to givo $100 00 iu t ents to tho teachers in a voting contest. Wo have four prizes, valued at $30, $25, $25 and 820, which we nro going to give nway. We are going to allow the teachers and people to say who shall havo thee presents Tw) of tbo prizes will be given to tho two moat popular lady teachers and two will be given to the two most popular gentlemen teachers. We will pubis h every week two coupons in Tun Rpj'UiiuoAN and all votes must be used as printed. It makes no difler-en- co bow you get hold of tbe paper, just so you use tho printed form as no other will he counted. The prizes will be distributed as follows: 1. To the young lady teacher who receives the largest number ot votes we will give one of Geo. P. Cram's New Universal Globes, valued at 830. It is tho finest Globo that is made. 2. To the young gentleman teacher who receives the largest number of votes we will give one of Cram's New Universal Alias, valued at $26. 3. To the young gentleman teacher who receives tho second largest number of votes, we willgire a scholarship in King's Commercial College of Lousviile, valued at $25 4. To tho young lady teacher who receives the second largest number of votes, we will give a scholarship in Kenyon College at Hodgensville, valued at 820, making iu all a total of 8100 to givo to the teachers. We havo made arrangements with Supt. tihultz to tako charge ot voting contest, to open the ballot box, count tho votes, Ac., The contest will close on the last day of the Ohio County Teachers' Institute, which will be held somo timo in August. The voting will be perfectly fair, and Mr. Shullz, together with his Board of Examiners, will count the votes and the prizes will bo awarded that day. Go to work ami vote for your choice. Send all votes to Z H. Shultz, Hartford, Ky., and he will put them iu tbe ballot box. We can furnish exfra copies of The Rei'uu-lica- n to anyone who wants to vote at 5c per copy. If you want many copies, leave your order a week before hand. Remember we will give 20 votes with overy new subscriber to The Republican. Get your friends to subscribe and give you tho coupons, and by this means )aur candidate will win. n-s- iriai win convince you ei lie crest Vmerlt. Will please the most faatldloes. CHARLES F.MILLER. Mfr.ol "' TRUNCII MILLHD TOILBT SOAPS AND PERFUMERY, BaTArtktaimn, tsag. V Lancaster, Penn. PROFESSIONAL CARD. Ta.xri.es u..SjaaJ.tlx, flTTflHIIY T AW JIAKTFttltl), KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given t- collections. Offico east side of pur!i square. M. L. Hkavrin. HEAVRIN & Shelby Taylor. TAYLOR, Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Attorney at Law Beaver Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfiold, Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in all tho courts of Ohio and ndjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, iu Commercial Hotel. R. R. WEDDING Haetfokd, Ky. A DUTOH A New System INVENTION. of Sound Signals for Ships. FARE ONE DOLLAR. ng Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Offico over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. a. m. -- B.A.RasrrEia?, woll-know- J An Amsterdam correspondent writes to us: It looks as If wo dull Dutchmen aro upon tho point of giving to tho world a priceless Invention, the means by which ships atoa may bo on speaking terms undor all circumstances or havo the power to communicate with tbo shore. Somo weeks since pepplo Will practice his profession in the Courts of Ohio nnd adjoining conn ties. Special attention given to col lections. Offico in Courthouse. Attorney ci jC&w. HARTFORD, KY. EL DP. (Uwnly 3Nr3E3-fa.il- ,, Attorney) k living on tho outskirts of tho town, roturnlng homo in the dark hours of tho ovenlng, woro scared by vory peculiar unearthly sounds, something akin to tbo deep pcnotratlng scream ot a steamer's syren In tbo mist, although thero was uo water near to speak of, and consequently no possibility of a steamer. Tho rlddlo Is now solved. It has boon found possiblo to produce a constant unvarying sound, which may 1. Bo heard at a dtstance of at least fivo miles against a stiff broczo. Attorney at Lavv HARTFORD, R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, Haktfokd, Ky. JNO. B. WILSON, KY. attention given to SPECIAL making abstracts, Ac, also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Offico North side ot public square. d" Attorney at Jeiw Will practico his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. such a nature and quality that it is quito easy to determine to a nlcoty tho direction from which it 2. of Is comes. 8. Is produced by an instrument which can bo moved about without altering tho sound that is, In tho samo manner as an olectria search- - light. 4. Last, not least, that parts ot tho instrument may bo differontly tuned, which makes It possiblo to glvo constant alternativo signals which may bo codified, so that a constant conversation may bo kept up. It appears that tho inventors somo weeks ago mode trials in tiio dark, and, of courso, in lonely, outlying places In tho neighborhood, and so produced tho ghostly noises aforesaid. Compotent persons aro of opinion that tho thing really Is of great success. Tbo Zealand company has resolved to givo tho invention a fair trial; and tho world may soon hoar moro of It It Is qulto clear that if tho stcamer.wbicb met tho Drummond Castlo had possessed such an Instrument, and its signals could havo been understood by the Drumraond's officers tbo disaster might not have occurred. Westminster Gazette. 5 I Attorney at Law, IlHRTFORD, KY., J.B. VICKERS, " o a o o Will practice and adjoining tention given to his care. building. O bis profession in Ohio counties. Special atto all business entrusted Offico in Repuelioan 3 2. E S (Of. o o v. D 2 E Attorney at Iaw HARTFORD, KY.. " ARMISTEAD JONES, - Will practice in all the Courts of Ohio aud adjoining counties. Special given to collections. Office with County Altornoy. o J- - O fcr; I Tho and Semi-weekl- y - .1 a E the Republican St. Louis Globe-Democrat c one year for $1.75. 3 Q 9 3 0 : o a c M C ly Mothers! h Bottled Up! same-mercury 3 O ft, mm .illlnlllr,ll-lul 1 and WhUk&y ITaMU cared at homo without pain. Book of sent rill:i:. coKUU.rryorSt llfo-lon- M"H'J Ml Chalta-noo- n. re 1 g Whether in the form of pill powdei or liquid, the doctor's prescription foi blood diseases it always the or potash. These drugs bottle E o up the poison and dry It up in the system, but they alsi dry up the manow O in the bones at tbe same time. 3 The suppleness and elasticity of the 00 joints give way to a stiffness, the lack-luo pains of rheumatism. The form gradually bends, the bones ache, while 5 decrepitude and helplessness prematurely take possession of the body, and It is but a short step to a pair of comes falling of crutches. Then the hair and decay of the bones, a contruly horrible. dition Wanted To borrow $600,00 on Contagious Blood ftPOTASHV Poison the curse property worth 4 times the amount. jMERCUftW of mankind is the Call on or address A. B , care The most horrible of all Republican. Hartford, Ky. diseases, and has baffled tbe doctor. Their not. siee I'll Is. aah and mercury fl Send jour address to II. It. Bucklen l.n. ,... IUC JIU1BUU, UVU1G Ull but it afways breaks & Co , Chicago, and get a iree sample lUMaJliil forth again attack- box of Dr. King's New Life Pills A ing some delicate organ, frequently trial will convince you of their merthe mouth and its These pills are easy In action T throat, filling them and arc particularly effective In tbe InVlfl with eating sores. cure ot Constipation and Sick HeadSrir S.S.S.. Is the only iiluBilil tiHE known cure fortius ache For Malaria and Liver troubdisease. It it guar CW uuteed purely vege les they have been proved invaluable. thousand dollars reward it They are guaranteed to be perfectly table, and one offered for proof to the contrary. It Iree from every deleterious substance never falls to cure Contegious Wood They do Poison, Scrofula, Hczema, Rheumatism, and to be puiely vegetable Cancer, or any other disease of the not weaken by their action, but by blood. If you have a blood disease, giving tone to stomach and bowels take a remedy which will not injure ou. RegIluvture of mercury, don't do violence gieatly invigorate the system. to our system Don't Ret bottled up! ular size 5c per box Sold by Will-laOur b o o It scut free to any fdilrc&H. & Bell Drujrglst. hwift Spend Co .Atlanta, Ua, irny 10' ! West bound L Louisville . L Brandenburg L Irvington . vrenn AMI I.iiIn Hull. Kireel June I. No. 41. No. 43. daily daily 6 30 p m 7 55 in 1 LStephenport . g L Cloverport L Ilawesville L Owensboro Ar Henderson . , II 12 . . 12 15 1 . 15 1028 1047 9 22 9 49 820 858 p nii0 48 9 44 7 55 9 18 55 " No. 44. Itast bound L Hennerson . . . 8 25 L Owensboro . r. Hnweaville . L Cloverport . 9 50 L Stephenport . 10 11 to 51 L Irvington . . 11 18 L Brandonburg 12 45 p m Ar Louisville No 42 daily . 7 20 a tu dally 255pm 3 55 4 53 5 L7 5 35 95 6 16 639 8 00 UX &A JTTi il TIJ1K TAIII.i: I. V. II. II. IIKAIKIl IIA KY. OOINO EAST. ' iwft f l5 Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 a. ru. No. 222 a 1 02 p. m. Mail No. 202 a 7 25 p. ni. Fast Mall OOINO WEST. Fast Mall No. 201 WHS. No. 221 a 12 25 p iu. Mail Local Freight No. 291 a 3 25 P ni. H. Merrick. Agt. 0717a 111. The and Republican ms tho Courier- Journal lor one year or $1.50. Mohamedism the heart burnings among the leaders of Tide while fightiug InfU the free bilverites themselves. This was developed in their recent Stato 1RIDA Y.JUNE II, 1897. dels, goes straight tb heaven. It nppears that tliire is accounts for the sublime valor exbib-ile- Convention. Office on Fox Street. by the Turks in the recent war a very considerable iwrllou of the faithful who aro wailing an opportuImhI lit cry Frlrtny nl Ilnrlloril, ly. between the the Urcoksand Turks. nity m (tab their knivcf deep into tho Editor. SAM A. ANDBRSON Tub Omrfer Journal last week gave devoted heart of P. Wat Hardin. Suo3orlptlon,$1.2S por yoar the Bryanites another fearful beating, Mr. C. J. Brnnston also has a nt Hartford using thfcirlale convention at Frank-lo- grievance. No tears howover will bo Entered at the as tho nlub. The hard blows that shed over the sad fate of brother as second class mail matter. tho Courier gives these Demoratio Bronston. Republicans remember fell with a dull and him fjr the cowardly and contempt!. freesilventes, sickening thud upon their weak and Me part he played in tho last regular weary backs. session of tho Legislature His treatWaldid more townrd ment of the aged nnd fceblo Dr. Jo A. Paiikkb. ton was as disgraceful au iucidentas carrying tho State of Kentucky tor occuircd in a logis'atlvo hall. William Jenuings Bryan than any over Democrats despise him secretly be1,000 lrco silver Democrats within its ho was a sound bordors, yet tho whole gang arc de- cause at one timo termined to show their ingratitudo by money ndvocate, and took his place REPULIOAN TICKET. silver banner because ignoring tho aspirations of Mr. I'arker under the free tho wind was blowing that who asks to be made Clerk of tho he thought BloctlonNov. 2, 1897. Bronston will shortly dio a way, Court of Appeals. political death "unwept, unhonored County Judge, Jas. A. Park. Fkee silver wire pulling Democrats and unsung." County Clerk, M. S. Ragland. of Ohio county are trying to use the It is also noticablo that some knives Circuit Cicrk, Sam A. Anderson, County Attorney, M. L. Heavrin. Peoplo's party voters of Ohio county are being prepared for Urey WoodSherifi; 8. T. Stevens, as a "cats paw'' to clevato themselves son; and that too after tho oceaus of bohool Superintendent, Fon Rogers." to office whilo their State organization ink he has recklessly and persistently Jailer, Thos. H. Black. is snubbing Jo A.Parker,tho People's expended in tho behalf of tho free silAssessor, G. D. Royal. party candidate for Clerk of the Court ver cause. Woodson will be remems Coroner, L. W. Hunt. Surveyor, N. Moxley. of Appeals, by not even promising bercd as the editor of the Owensboro Matemjcr, which some timo since, was MAGISTRATE. or offering him a deputy olerkship. in a hysterical state because the Hartford Dist Christopher Allen. Hahtford will have a railroad yet. Conner Journal did not think as it Cromwell Diet Jonl B Wilson. There is a splendid opening now for did. Announcomonts. the Louisville, Henderson it St Louis Thus we might go on forever- - well For flrprmriifntlTr. Railway Company to extend their nigh in giving instances of discord Wc are authorized to announce on through and bad feeling in the- camp of tho road from Fordsville R. A. BYERS Hartfoid to Madisonville. This mat- Bryanites. Gentlemen, you have As a candidate for Representative from Ohio county, subject to the ac- ter has been under consideration for the floor. Fight it out against yourquite awhile and there can be no selves. tion of the Ripublicau party. doubt that it will bo finally carried inFor HnslXrntc. "Lay on Macduff and damned be to effect. Wc arc authorized to announce ho who first cries; hold, enoughl" THOS. H. FAUGHT It was supposed for a while that Jo HEBE'3 A STATE OP As a candidate for Magistrate in the Rosine Magisterial District, subject A, Parker, tho People's party candiTHINGS. to the action 01 tne KepuDiican pany. , date lor Clerk of the Court of Appeals, Wo havo all along been informed ' would be endorsed by tho free silver w niiiiirn!7t to announce that the free silver Democratic aggreL. B. LONEY and placed on their gation is composed altogether of votDemocracy a 1 nnMato inr Magistrate in the ticket, but tho fates were against ers who have at heart the eternal welRosine Magisterial District, subject him and he can't now even expect to fare and enduring happiness of the to the action of the Republican patty. get a deputy clerks place as tbey are great masses of the peoplo coramou Bbyanites have on idea that free no doubt already promised to stal- people. They warts within the Democratic ranks. Tbey are actuated, so they say, by silver leutimeit is growing. deader pure motives and the best of intenare mistaken. There it not a The Hartford Jlerald this week tions. Would that this were so. Hon issue befora the American people. reads the Sound Money Democrats . unfortunate that the recent State The Kentucky Legislature not g entirely out of the party according to Convention nt Frankfort should belie Tho editorial has own notion, in session, newspapers are at a their all the matter and spoken utterances considerable loss to supply their read- the ear marks of Sir. B. D. Ringo, of fiee silverites. such vicious attacks on the who made ers with reading matter of a humorWas there the least evidences in Populist party a short while back, and ous nature. that convention to show that the comthat paper has had to reverse itself of huThe editors of this State will soon in order to be in the tree silver camp. mon people; the great masses The fact The Sound Money Democrats repre- manity were ence thought ol? None annual outing. have their whatever. is there are several free silver editors sent the best element of tho party and On tho contrary, the Frankfort need a long rest; the attempt of the puny little papers in the State who Convention was a bright and bloomalso an airing. of the party by callto read them out ing example of corrupt and dishonest ing them boilers, Ac, is really amusMr. Likens, stand up politics. It was a bright specimen of Stand up is liable ing to them, but the Herald Mr. Ringo, and tell the Populists why that sort of politics which is bringing to change again before the election. ruin to the country. What boots it, you did not support the Populist candidate for Clerk of the Court of ApThe recent Democratic county con- that we prate of free silver or gold standard; high tariff or tariff for revepeals, if you proless to be such vention took particular pains to friends to the Populists. The Popun the Diipatch, a Bryanite organ nue, if our office holders are men who lists will remember that these two genBetween the will sloop to all Borts of dishonest tacrecently- - established. tlemen represented Ohio county at lines of these resolutions can be found tics to win their office. The people a condemnation of the The record of the proceedings of the the State Convention. readily see the ialeity of your pet The Bryanites ought not to inflate convention show that on the first few theory of love for the Populists. the pride of tho Dltpalcli too much. ballots there was no one of the several By soo doing it might try to become candidates, who had a majority of HAS BEEN TESTED. as large a paper as the Courier. Such the votes. At lost there was a break, All the hypocritical love that has an attempt however would be too and then there was a wild and reckbeen manifested by the silver DemoA less barter and sale of votes. much of a stretch for its brains. crats of Ohio county for the Populists ceitain frog once thought he could Mr. Shackleford offered Mr. Richhas been and has been tested He tried ardson the chief deputyship if he swell up as large as an ox. "weighed in the balance nnd found it and bursted. The Dispatch might would deliver so many votes. Mr. wauting." The silver Democracy has meet with a similar fate in the event Richardson did so and it is undenied been parading its love for the Poputhat he is to be chief deputy. it tries to swell up as big as the CourMr. Green alaa mado a similar doal lists, but when it was put to tho test ier. they flickered, as it were, and combut they could not muster enough The Populists pletely bacKed down. Poi'UUST candidate for Clerk of votes. met early ia their State convention the Court of Appeals, Jo A. Parker, One bold man has come forward and and nominated a nice young man for his party is going when it said that Mr. Green was defeated besees where Clerk of the Court of Appeals, and the Louisville delegation was goes into a fusion agreement, and be cause thought surely that the Democrats sees how the free silver Democrats for sale and Mr. Green would not would endorse him for the work he have turned the Populists down on buy them. did for Bryan and free silver last And this was a convention held by every occasion. Ho says: fall, Mr. Parker is well qualified to Is a foregone conclusion that free silversmiths who profess to be the "It fill the office of Clerk of tho Court of the Frankfort Democratic convention especial friends of suffering humanity. and had it not been for the will emphatically endorse the Chicago Thus the wolf is exposed under tbo Appeals It will also nomiof the free silver platform of 1896 nate a straight Democratic and pro- sbeeps clothing. be the ceed with its scheme to destroy the Democrats he would toeday Gentlemen of the free silver faith, nominee of both parties for said office. People's party by appealing to Populthe public sees through your eaiatly At the Frankfort isms to support its nominee because guise. Your party is in the hands of But how is it? he has a 'chance ol winning.' Convention Mr. Parker's name was "A Populist likeyour humble nom- corrupt politicians, devoid of princifalsi-- 1 inee, who not meutioned, which shows the has fought the battles of ple, who in the light of their last con ty of the free silver Democrat's plea silver when these cowards sulked to vention will resort to any means to the rear, and hid behind the ponder for Populists votos. our carcass of the stuffed prophet ol get office Mr. Buzzard's Bay, is to be kicked aside is it in Ohio county? How Dover. N. H . Oct. 31, 1896 Parker, the Populist, formerly lived without notice. oi course, unfair and unjust. Ely Bros.: The Balm Messrs. In this county, and has many personal I ''It is,much entitled to the support am as reached me safely and in so short a friends here, including the editor of ol honest silver men of the Democrat th's paper. A resolution was drawn ic party as Bryan was of the silver time the effect is surprising. My up at the convention which met at the men in our party; but the Democratic son says the first application gave depoliticians of Kentucky who are alter Court House May 21);Ii to endorse the offices, and thirsty for a return to cided telief I have asbeli filled with "Catarrh Cures." To morrow the Mr. Parker, but tho Democratic the power their own feckless incapac stove shall receive them and Ely's bosses said NO. "We must endorse a liy and unfithfulness. lost to them in ReCream Balm will reign supreme. 1895, expect to trample Populistism Democrat," and thus the Populists aro and the Populist candidate under Mrs Fr.tnklln Freeman. spectfully turned dowu by their would bo friends their feet. Cretin Balm is kept by nil drug"Populists of Kentucky will not which olearly prove what wo havo forget this return for their loyal sup gists. Pull siz 50c. Trial size 10 said heretofore in regard to how the pott of Bryan and nine silver DemoWe mail it. cents Democrats have treated the Popu- cratic candidates for Congress in 1896 ELY BROS., 56 Warren St. NY City lists. G, B, Likens, tho Democratic The action ol Democracy in willfully yoar for DIHVrriiceK ol Oplnlou, nominee for Circuit Clerk, stood up dividing the sliver vote this spoils will be a more potent argu A Democratic pollttcHu.ln a speech in the County Convention, and made ment in future Populist conventions convention a tight for the Democrat and opposed against fusion than all the eloquence at the PranVttrt silver the middle-o- f cin pro- last week, said midnight raiding is the mentioning of tho Populist's due to Republican rule. Great woodduce." name, and he and Mr. Riugo reprecock I If eVeiy outlaw were to be sented Ohio county nl the State Con caught nnd made tell lor whom they A TALE OP WOE. v out ion and oast the vote of this It is a saying, that it never ruins, voted last N ivcmber a m J ority of oouuty for Richardson, the Democrat, Since them would answer. Bryan. but It pouis. This is strikingly illusagainst Parker, the Populist, and trated by the deplorable condition, In the adoption of the Chlcagn platform now Likens is asking the Populists to n j car ago, them has been more law- vote lor him alter betraying them as whioh the free silver Democrats have less nes nnd anarchy than ever befjre neen placed by n succession of misforhe hni. Something known in the hlstoiy of the country, was certainly nn npimrtumly That tunes and advorsiiies. ine uryan piuuuiiu is icvuiuiiuiiaiy. for the silver Democrats to show their like a year or so ago the free silver It is n terriable piere of language and love for their Popu'U friend, but 1 suoowd-ethe saddle an they followed their old taction and strikers got lu so threatening that the Haj market in o short whilo in riding their parturned them down. The Populists rioters now in their graves, must be haw certainly been treated badly by ty to death. alarmed when ceitain portions ate the tree silver Democrats nod it reThis they noaimp'islu'd by driving Due to Repub- by the living. main (0 bo teen whether they wilt out of the party all Democrats, who rea ivucic ia iuis iuic. muccui I licau e continue to be hotted by the believed in sound aurrenoy or tho man's consistency? And have not the bostes around Hartford. Thus divided they raiders been mote conspicuous in gold itaudard tell before the triumphant nnd united Democratic counties than in those " ' advouee nfthe Rpubll9Jiw. Cettaiply. governed by Republiaans? nfli BM UBWi WBttt All tUftTMS. UK Bl Vowb S IjJ fjl it Tlutm LouT l r. Id by flrujiuu. worst I" tip This however is nut nil or the The speaker deea not agree with 12 ol it. There are now bickerings ar.il Hon. Henry Wntterson, the gifted ed I irtford Republican. Acpbihno to Moslem who dies il rt post-offi- ratiL - 1 -- be-in- Some weeks ago the program for a general reunion of the pupils and fors mer pupils ol Prof. Wnylaml Alexander, nnd nlso for the ooiuiiiencetiitnt of West Kentueky college, nt South Car rollton, was sent out to the hundreds rf poisons throughout the country, who an- - indicated above, nnd on last Thutsday and Friday those gathered nt the college, which seems to hnve tnken n new lease ol lile under Prof Alexander's management. The firstdtiy's exercises bewail with nn addrefts ol welcome by Prol Way- ol Itbat political philosophy whose land Alexander, which was cordially cornerstone is class hatred, nnd entertaining nnd most felicitously exwhose weapons nte the language, nnd pressed. To this Plot J. R. Coyle, if need be. the torch of the incci.dinty? ol Leitchfield, responded appropriate-- Anil ut whose bld.iir.g have thesr Hun. A. W. Little, of Knnsns City. sinUter elements arrajed themselves agaiust the public lilietty and indi- Knn. , who was one of the first pupils vidual Security, and 'he fair, good ever taught by Piof. Alexander, dename of the commonwealth, it not at livered n rtrong address, nboundiug the bidding oi on ever increasing in n happy blending of sentiment nnd boly of profcsslonalcni.e-sicl.er- s and ssnse ou the sutject "The Other officesholdets, striving by organiza- - Days." My School Days" was the tion lo briug to the support ol their subject of an address by Judge J D. schemes of self aggrandizement the Atchison, ot this city. It i.eed not of the party discipline be added that this .was one of the and spirit with their worn-olabels strong addresses of the day. The evening exercises were noted to mislead and inflmc and their destitute alike of sense and chiefly for the address before the littruth, to play upon the credulity of erary societies delivered by Prof. Rhoads, superintendent of the the ignorant and unthinking, to prey Frankfort, Ky., schools. upon the feats ot the timid? The second day's proceedings were opened with an addrsss by Rev. J. T. TheNomidMoiiry Drmocrfiin. Rushing, directed to the graduates. The sound money Democrats took Following him Senator W. I) a dignified and patriotic coarse ol acwho was once the teacher of tion in the last Presidential campaign Pnf. Alexander, delivered an adand the indications ire that they will dress which is repotted to have "(airnot depatt from it. The sound mon- ly bristled with philosophic thought" ey Democrats ot Kentucky have in and commanded the closest attention their ranks the men who have given of the thoughtful because ol the senaprestage to the Democratic party in tor's age and experience. this State, and who embody the recRev. J. S. Coleman spoke on ognized ability and character of the "Looking On the Other Side," nnd party. The sound money newspapers this proved another rare treat. Ediof the State are those which have giv- tor Haag, oi the Hendttson Gleaner, en the party the Stale national influwas on the program to treat "The ence and power. Value ol Learning to Think," and, of The free silver Democrats, in at- course, he is personally and professtempting to read themout of theDem-ocrati- c ionally competent for such a task. party, put themselves in the The salutatory was by A. D. Park, attitude of a faction. II there is to be of White Plains, Ky , and the valedicany Democratic party in the futnre tory by BenC Gibson, of Owensboro, representing the Ideas that have sepa- The two last named and Chas. II. El rated the Democratic from the Republis, ot Hartford, were the graduates lican party, its nucleus must be found of this year, and each received the dein the organization ot the national gree of bachlor of science. The free sound money Democrats. Good musical numbers vocal nnd silver Democracy is a mere chaos, out instrumental were suitable distribof which the material for intelligent uted throughout the two days and Commerpatties must be attracted aided very materially in causing nil cial. to realize fully the excerpt from Boils, pimples and eruptions, scrof- Shakespear printed on the program: "Welcome every smiles ula, salt rheum and all other manifestations of impure blocd are cured by And farewell goes out sighing." Owensboro Messenger. Hood's Sarsaparilla. n ut s ry Hny-ward, or of the Courier Journal, who asks litte questions: "Whatare the toll gate raid 11 tiny b? not the offspring ol the teachings of those who itlguialir; as n crime the gaining and the keeping of ptotwity? Wnntntethe mni-- ufnns, riding abroad by night to ti rrmize peaceful cit'uns and to repress free men putting upon the planting of crops and the embargo ol threnttned assassination menacing judges nnd juries with death, or woisethnn death, to the edicts ol the brnvo and the mob, if they be not the emanation H01HI1 i'nrratlott. Nil. I'll t'HNflll.Nf'H. Sunday n"rnlng, April 30, Ood bade the death nngtl nrise Iioim his to this world to eoneli and heavenward the noble spirit of iny friend nml neighbor, George W. Miller. Mr Miller was n son ol Rtqr. 36 yma John D. Miller, nnd ngo. Mr. Miller ha len siiccslul . Iy engoged in teaching for n desen yenrs, arid IiUmIiioI work, excepting two years in whch he taught In Muhlenberg couity, 1ms been given to his native ciiftr lu 1891 he itmnletl Miss L'iie Felix, daughter of Mr Frnnk Fells, who wns nlso one ol Ohio county's The vety I1UI1 excellent teacheM. regnrd hia fellow cllsenB had f r him wnsnttMteil by the hundred ol If lends who vliliod him during the long weeks ol his itlnes. the nightlong wntches by his bed side nnd tie throng that followed him to the cemetery and wept ovr lus grave. Alter brav.ly, jet patiently, buttling for many months with that he dreadful malady consumption, passed peacefully Into that long slumber f the dead from which the voice of a God will awaken us at the judgment dawn. May the Man ol Bethlehem send gnrdian nngelsto heal the wounded licut of his sorrowing wife, nnd smooths the paths cf his three Infant orphans, and one day conduct mother nnd children to the glittering strand 01 that faraway clime where husband nnd fither waits and watches morning, noon nnd night lor their T coming. br X" Rays III In IrUI Sftil rrmril to I lol' Utt Iifl UaitapuW CemWna-tloi- i, wbrn Greatest 1st,fteeurrd lullr Merit rrorwrtlon a'wt Praeesa to otlwrs wlilth unknown naturally and rtctiMlly produees by 2d, Greatest Cures by thoiind ot honeit, voluntary tMtlmonlaU-whl- eh naturally and actually produce 3d, Greatest Sales fVirwrarllU all orer Um drulu UirM pottitt country. Hood's In tliet 11 to it statementf ot peoullar to lUelf. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best -- Itli tho Ona True Mood rurifler. IIUUU 1 nrdlhoonljr pllli a nil 1.. wiuuiooirfHari fins totako Courie'-Journa- l. narrow-raindedne- IMtdge Krpl. When President McKinley came into office he was confronted by a chronic deficiency in the revenue, which his predecessor had met by borrowing money, A country like the United States ought not to borrow money in time of peace to pay current expenses. President McKinley was nominated on a Republican platform, which declared in favor of a protective tariff and sound money. All the free trade sound money Democrats who aided in his election knew what his platform was, and knew that he was nominated, because he represented the protec tion idea and they voted for him, or voted so as to help elect htm, because they preferred protection and sound money to Iree trade and free silver. As soon as Mr McKinley was inaugurated he call Congrrss together to piss a revenue law which would prevent the necessity of borrowing more money, and Congress went lo work on that law, and the Republican House passed one very promptly and the Senate is at work on it; nnd the delay in passing it is caused by so-- . called Democrats and Populists. When there is plenty of revenue the currency question will not be a burning one, but the country has assurances from the highest quarters that when the pressing revenue question is disposed of the cutrency question will be brought forward. It is silly in Democrats, who know n protective tariff is to be wasting time in academic discussions of tariff theories instead ol dlfctming schedules and rates. TheRepublioan party and President carried out their McKinley have The Democrats who caused pledges disaster are delaying the return of properity. Commercial. Men and women how gratefully they write about Hood's Sarsaparilla. Once helpless and discouraged, having lost nil faith in medicines, now in good health and "able to do my own work," because Hood's Sarsaparilla has power to enrich nnd purify the blood nnd make the weak strong this is experience of a host of people. Tirnt, ron, Nlrrplr TrimrMee Oillriinlnl. Tickets will be on sale nt the following rates, dates nnd conditions! $6 jo cents for the round trip, on sale daily until and including Oetobcr 15th, finnl limit to return November 7tb. 87- $4 ss Round Trip, on sale dally until, nnd including October 30. Final limit 15 dajs Irnin date nl snlc except longer limit that no tlcktt shall than Nv. 7th, ig9J. $S AS 'or the round ttip, on sale daily until nnd including October 30, Final limit 7 days in addition to date Hum' Tlilk? Wc oder One Hundrod Dollars Re- of sale. ward for any case of Catarrh that can $2 8j for the round trip, on si!e not be cured by Hall's Cntarrh Cure May 15th to June 7th inclusive, and P.J. CHBNEY& CO.,Frops.,Toedo,0 Septeuitwr 15th to Oct. 25th incluWe the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, sive, final limit ten days in addition and believe him perfectly honorable to date of sale. This very low rate in all business transactions nnd finnn ol $2 80 applies only to bonafide studally able to carry out nny obliga- dents and their teachers in parties of tions made by their firm. Wett & Truax. Wholesale Druggists, 22 and more on one solid ticket upon written npplicationg of principals of Toledo. O Walding. Kinnan & Marvin. Whole- colleges, schools and institutes. sale Druggists, Toledo Ohio Please notify me an eatly as possible Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally, acting directly upon the blood ot the date and parties will go and nnd mucous surfaces ot the xystetn. have tickets ready. Sold by all Price 75c per bottle H Mrkrick. Agent. Druggists. Testimonials (tee. Ilrrrrbody fUys Bo. 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Insist upon it. cost no EXCURSION TICKETS more than poorly constructed ones gives a satimctton never approached VIA TIIK kind by one ol the ready shape ns long as you wear Keep its ,. it, and is a suit that will carry you TO TIIK A man that wears safely anywhere. n suit that "fits" him madu por always baa a belter opinion ol HIM himself, and feels more kindly toward the rest of humanity What kind of n suit do you wear? International Exposition When you buy Pantaloons have And Hmlgltic film Ift-l- lr. Illinois (Jen. Q. TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL For the above occasion tickets will be sold by the Illinois Central Railroad at varying times, rates and limits. Including n ticket on sale dally, good to return until November 7. and includinn tickets having limit of twenty days, fifteen days and seven days; nlso tickets on Tuesday and Thursdays of each week with limit of filteen days. For full patti-ularas to which of thenbove appliss iroru your nearest Rnilroad Station in connection with the Illinoi i Central call on or addrcM your noarest railroid Ticket Agent. s Rail-road, them made to jour order, trio Wc make them up for you from $4 00 Materials in any up. Made tight matter what style you may laocy-n- o sott we have them and the price is always the lowest. The Edward Rose & Co , Chicago MUs Mary Reiner, Rochester, is The Fashionable Tailors that's the make they put their names on the visiting here. goods it's a pledge ol good Miss Carrie Catiller. Evansvllle, is THRVsiGN it. Everything visitiLg relatives here. that goes toward making your suit a Rev J, H. Richardson, is on the finished product, is found in this, sick list, and failed to fill bis appoint- make. Thelinings thequality the fit the styles it's just exactly right ment Sunday. in every detail, or you cau have your W. H Morris was in Grayson Mr money back. Every new weave ana coloring that county list week. Louis. fashion dictates as chic every idea that goes towards giving you that ' appearance so much de- sired by all men, is found tn Suits of this make. Orders taken by Carson & Co,, Hartford, Ky. work-mansh- ip Subscribe for The Republican and get all the news. d I Wm, Murray, Div. New Orleans Jno. A. Scott, Dlv. Memphis, W. A. Pass Agent, Pass. Agent, A. H Hanson, o i: a., Chicago. Khllonu, a o iA , IouisvlUc $0,lI,nvifor and Tuition Everything for the sped tl Summer lur-nlsh- Term of8 weeks WW txpw Juae 8 1807. AH our students will have tho Faimers ore very busy finishing tobacco setting and getting ready to cut wheat, which Is toleiably good, but has some rust on it. I'OI.Vr 1'I.KANA.NT. Which meets in Bowling Green June 20 30 and July 1, '07. If you want a better education, prepare yourself for teaching, get abettor certificate, or to take a thorough Commercial Course, it will pay yon to writo to us. You can enter now nnd find class tn suit yo'i. Special emphasis put on tho State Toaoliors Courso. CIIEIUIY BROS.. Proprietor, Mention Course wanted. SSrWrite now. Southern Normal School and Buwling Green Business Col'ego, Biwling Green, Ivy. Tfio ISLontuoky SJtato ,37oaohors .Association opportunity of attending the-road- Robert fames, ol Centertown. vll. ted his father, Sam James, this reek. Mrs. Buck Coffman has been on a visit to her sistery Mrs ScotiEvtrly, ot Island Mrs Hellen Caldwell and two sons, Lawrence and David, of .Woodstock, Tenn , are on nn, extended visit to friends and relatives here. Nat Lindley is on the sick list, he is bothered with riieum-itlsii- i Mr. Juhn Cox has been sick for several days, but is improving Born to the wife of Will Haidln a -- HAVE OPENED THEIR girl. Mrs Kittinger, of Mnhlenburg county, mother of Mrs Henry Gat-toof thli place, died last week at her home near South Citrollton vltlted Klilnh Jamas and wlf (tlenda and relatives in Butler county ins week. Hirnm McMllltan bis gone, to Cen- twtowu to work fq .Fords blacksmith B. shop Williams, Mr. O G Green, is in town. Bowling r d Demo-Qiuti- lun't Tuliino Spit m J $mU Tour L.t Ant;. To quit lobawi oallljr and foroter. bo mas' nolle, lull ol tit, agd taKf llMrondr wot ESft that makM noak menl Cure irurn-Mwiroiig. All iruiU,Mprl. Dsakl( Md iarila lue. AddrMs 8 orilmr iterucjy Co., Culcsgo or New Yftrlt Rr '" A flue new OMNIBUS will meet all day trains at Beaver Dam, All ordew promptly attended to. guarantees a comfortable ride. Market and Uniou Streets, Hartford, oimr An olgant vohlclo nnd good horws Leave order at Field's Liveiy Subje, f I)r J R Pirtle his 1mc ick $ 8?-- " DON'T BE HUMBUGGE iliiniing circulars and prices that would-b- o competitors foil to meet, but come direct to Hartford and trade with I3y ne ran ic luf Where you can get FAIR & COMPANY POW53ER Absolutely Pure Celebrated for its great leavening strength and henlthfulness. Assures the lood n gainst alum and all forms ol adulteration common to the cheap brands. Rovai,BakikoPowdbrCo., ihout over a thlttv ncte fieM ilm;lug the boy, heavy domestics .it 4c at J V.. eating bin Ixxly nirmnnt the slumps, l'ole t Cos. biishis ami km in tlic li' lil Hit- ftmilj n Intiml b When he Only 6jc lor a boys unit at I. It. the boy was den. I, Hit liudy was Fogle & Co's. bruised and torn AIIIiih etothtng, Good callooef atp, per yard at J. It. excepting his bIiih-s- , hml bten strip' Fogle it Co's. ped ftom hU body, and the sight pre$1 will bliy ir liiairs fine shoe at J. sented was a sickening one It. Fogle & Co's;. The remains will be interred in the Yard wide blfeaoli Cotton for 5c at J. Green trlei chutch ctttieltr today nt 2 p. m Owensboio Mexsenger. II. Fogle & Co'fl. l'atronize Field's elegant bus line. out of il.r.-tabftiite anil ri 1 jumped KriilnrUy i Crop t the June KiHiit repn, s v,i ri te ctivcd Ironi 164 corrcp nuleu's. reps peseutmg 112 counties leaving only ' llrnrl -- Awarded Ugliest Honors World's Fair. DU' - , THE BEST SELECTIONS, Niw York. She XOWesf frizes. J. C-- Riley has corn for sale. Buy Fertilizer from Carson & Co. The Floating Studio Is at Calhoon. We Can Show Tou Mens good shoes from Indies fine shoes Ladies Rood slippers ' , ' New white Parasols at Cursou & $l oo up Co's. 90c up Take your stock to Field's Livery 50c up We Can Show You Good Domestic at Good shining Good calico Good lawns Dest bed ticking Turkey red table linen " Stabje. Mrs. Jno. T. King is very sick with typhoid fever. , ....... ....... . 30 5c 4c . . . 5c 15c 15c The best Oxlord Carson &f Co's. , Tie for $t 00 is at We Can Show You r . Ladles Hats, nicely trimmed, from 50c up, infant Caps and Headwear. besides a beautiful line of Leave your orders for Job Work with Tim RHrunMCAN. Mr. U. J. Dilday, of Louisville, has been In town this week. Call on R. L. Bullington for any- thing in the tonsorial line. Call on Field & Son for the cheapest and best Buggy Harness. . . joe Miss Sadie Hendricks is visiting 35C set relatives in Illinois this week. . .39c small lot of wool will buy a big . . IOC We Can Show You k ; . . Ladles belts Indies Collars and Cuffs Handkerchiefs French Woven Corsets Heavy seamless black hose ioc ladles black hose, 2 pairs for . . Indies nice parasols Lovely fans t ...5c ... . A . . ISC We Can Show You Boys suits Mens all wool suits Men Milts Good pants nine and laticy cottonode pants 16 ounce cuttonade (Minis Boys knte pants all wool '. ...5c . . '. . . 5c lot ol Dry goods at Carson & Co's. Mrs. Gllmore, week. Calhoon, has been the guest of Miss Mamie Bennett this Remember Bullington will give . 65c , $400 you a good shave, hair trim or sham-- $t 00 -1 $SO . 25c poo. WIMIH1 Master Karl Raley, of Louisville, is . 48c . 75C the guest of his aunt, Mrs. M. L. Heavrln. Rev. N. G. Nunn, ol Louisville, preached at the Presbyterian Church Tuesday night. The Masonic building, of Ceralvo, was burned Sunday night. Origin of fire unknown. Select your choice as being the most popular teacher of Ohio county and vote accordingly. your Feathers. We will buy your Wool. We will bny 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 arc satisfied with prices, quality and styles. With each purchase of 82.00 or over y we give you a handsome picture to We will buy - ou home. Very Truly, FAIR HIIIIEVr.. Mrs. Jrdn Lillaid and Mrs Murphy, of Clovetpott, nre visiting the ianiily of Mr. P. A Moxley. Rev. Louis Voylee'lumlly. ol Bowling Green, are visiting lelattves in this neighborhood Mr. A. It. Ktenc lift Saturday lor j !S: - 1 Mefseis. Claience DeWeese. A. R. and W. W. Wlwleu attended chutch at Cane Ruii last Sunday- Decoration Day was observed with appropriate ceremonies at the IV Hard A large crowd was pies- graveyard. u pleasant day was.spent by nt and a good sized audience. nil. Photographer Taylor will makeCab-inc- t Mr.James DeWtese had his clavicle We still have a few pieces of Photographs ior a short time at by a fall iroui a broken bone $1.50 per dozen and will be fuund ev- queenswarc that wc will sell cheap He Is improving horse on May 25. for cash. Call and see them. ery Monday at his Photo Car in Hart-lorslowly. Path Bnos. tf 39 Mr. F. II. Miles went to Louisville The Prohibitionists ot Ohio county on the 24th. A trimmed Hat latest styles for met at the Court House Monday and Mr. Nathaniel Moxley, Republican children at 50c. and Misses 75c. and. nominated Rev. R. fi.Smitb, of Rock, nominee for Suiveyor, attended the Ladies for ft. 00 at Carson & Co's. port as a candidate ior RepresentaSaturday. fish fry at Rockport tive. Iva Basham, the slayer ol Haive Lost About one month ago,, fit captured last week at the Rid. W. H. Mevers, of Lexington, Byers, was een headol hogs, one sow, eight pigs home of his uncle in Grayson county. and six shoats. The shoats will delivered two illustrated lectures at He was held over ou a charge ol inur weigh about 80 pounds, marked left the Court House Friday and Satutday der until the next term ol the Breck- ear cropped, the right split, the pigs nights on Msdagaster and Palestine. Flaviim. inridge Circuit Court. The sow's mark is He also preached Sunday morning and are unmarked. Any in evening. HMALI.IIuUHi:. unknown, but is marked. The schoolhouse and Masonic hall formation leading totheir whereabouts There will be an ice cream supper at Ceralvo burned on last Sunday will be liberally rewaided given nt Mrs. Yeiser'sou next Friday was nothing saved exnight. There Mks Tux A Gray, night by the Sunday school classes of cept a few benchrfl and window sash Westetfield, Ky. Misses Sue Yeiser and Laura Render. table and one or two lamps n little Proceeds to go for the benefit of the The belonging to the schoolhouse. Baptist Church. Masons lost all as the house was fire nearly ready to full In when the Mr. L. B. Loney is announced this was discovered. It Is not known how Hot weather won't cure weak morning for Magistrate in the Rosine lungs. You may feel better be- Magisterial District. He lives near the fire originated. cause out of doors more, but McIIenry and is a tanner, school Born to the wile of Mr, Alva Calloway on Saturday, June 5th, a big the trouble Is still there. Don't teacher and a good, painstaking busl- ) ness man, and if lie is nominated and stop taking your girl. ' elected he will make a good official. Qditeannmber of our people the fish fry at Rockport Satur The following named persons have day, They icpoit a nice time. paid their subscription tu Tub Miss Mattle Hunter, who has been since our last issue: G. sbsent from home for Mice or four Hartford; N. Moxley, week' viiliiug friends and relatives B. Likens, ot Lewis Station and Llvermore, is Shreve; W. H. Carter, Narrows; J. D. expected home to morrow. because the weather happens Byers, Rosine; J. V.Thompson, " .. to be warm. If you have a A'ollee. W. C, Arnold, M. A. TaySmith & Co , are eg. nts for weak throat, a slight hacking lor, Coneyvllle; M. W. Duvall, ArnT. J cough, or some trouble with old; R. II Daniel, Olaton: H. C. the United States Fidelity and Guarantee Company. Becomes sutety 011 the bronchial tubes, summer Is Dooly, Beda; Alfred Iluit, Rosine. bonds oi officers and employees of the best time to get rid of It. A petltiou was lodged with the banks, mercantile houses, railroad, If vou are losing flesh there Is express auo telegraph companies, all the more need of attention. County Court Monday to call an electaking the officials ol State, cities and counties, Weakness about the chest and tion for legal purpose ol Hartford the ot voters of on Also ou bonds and for contractors. thinness should never go to- sense whether or not we should have a tax administtatori, r,UM of- executors, gether. One greatly Increases to maintain Hartford Coljege The dians, ttustees, receivers committees, the danger of the other. Heal tax will be limited to 50 cents on the replevin, attachment and in and in the throat, cure the cough, and $100 woith of propetty and i 50 poll junction c ises, and nil tindmtakihgs strengthen the whole system tax. Tills would be sufficient to I'loceediugs. Special in Judicial now. Keep taking Scott's maintain the school qn as high plane and givsn to postmasters Emulsion all summer. Office Market street as it once was, and by voting this tax county officials. r"r sale by all drnggUtt l snd ti.oo. we are again assured ol u good school, T. J. Smith & Co HaiUord. Ky Indiana. Buy your groceries from Pate Bros They always have the freshest and cheapest goods on the market. Bring us your countiy produce we pay the highest market price. Patb Bros. orna-mentMr,s. L. F. Wcfcrner and Mrs. L. F. Bennett have returned from a visit to iriends and relatives at Spring Lick. We want your wool, feathers, eggs and Ginseng for which wcwill pay the highest market price. Carson & Co. Several of the people from HarUord Ilnrllortt-rtniiavllJ1'HcUtt Line. The Evansville and Hartford Pack- attended the Masonic Fish Fry at et, Janie Rae, leaves Hartford for Rockport last Saturday and report a Kvansville every Tuesday and Sat-da- y plaasant time. at 6 o'clock a. m. Arrives at Bring on your wool, your wife and . 1 o. tll 1... uvaasviuc every i-iuouuj uuu u daughters. You can buy Hats, urday at 9 o'clock p. m. Returning Shoes and Dress Goods with wool at leaves Hvausvlllejor Harttord every Carson & Co's. Tuesday and Friday at one o'clock p. Mr. B. F. Wallace lost his large every Wed111., arriving at Hartford nesday and Saturday at 4 o'clock p. livery stable at Fordsvllle last Thursm. For cheap rates on Irelght apply day by fire. The loss will reach about on hoard of boat or to Jas. P. Carson, $2,000 With $800 insurance. agent, Hartlord, Ky. Your patrouN Rev. Benbrook a temperance lecage solicited, turer, delivered a splendirfg lecture at Cait. V. II. Moorr, Manager. the Court House Wednesday night to &C0, -.- Twenty five years ago there was Hon. Jno.J.Moflenry was In Louisnot one American Conceit Band worville this week. thy of the name. Alter the Peace $1 will buy a good pair ladles fine Jubilee In Boston whurc the FrenchSt. Co's. shoos nt J.' It. Hogle men demonstrated the aitlstlc possiAll wool pants' ior men for only bilities ol brass and reed instruments $1 50 otJ.B. Fogle & Co's. Gllmore took up the work with great Big line of wash goods lor little success. Development has gone on. The concert Band now conducted by money at J. P.. Fogle & Co's. Innes, is nmong the greatest in the D. White for screen Call on A. world. Southerners will have a doors, windows and screen wire cloth. chance to hear Innes at the Tcnnes For the cheapest and best groceries see Centennial in June and July. in the market, call on A. D. White. His greatest success lias been achieved in the South. Try our cold soda. Williams &B151.1.. Preparations are being made for the We will buyyour bacon and hams. Ohio County Fair, which will be held nt Hattford, September 303 days. Carson & Co. A gteat deal ol work has already been Don't hitch your horse out in the done on the grounds and buildings, weather, but put h'jra In Field'd stagetting things in shape for the comble. ing attractions which promises to be Gentlemen shoes, in ox blood and the best in years. The programs will chocolate lor ,$1.50 at J. E. Fogle & soon be Issued and active work will " begin in earnest. The managers of Co's. the Fair Company are live, progress, Field & Son will take the best of ive men. The people ol Ohio county care of your horse when you come to should appreciate the Fair enough to town. contribute liberally to Its support. Children's Day will be observed at nil. AHAIIURO. Everybody Rosine Sunday week. The recent rains have refreshed invited. vegetation and ever thing looks fresh Mr. W. F. Condict, of Point Pleasand thrifty. ant, was in town Tuesday the guest Rev. C. C. Black filled his regular of friends. appointment at Mt. Marlah Sunday. Remember that A. D. White is There was a large crowd present and head quarters for anything you want we heard an interesting sermon. The pound supper at Mr. G. A. at low prices. Wellers Saturday night was largely Beaver Mr. Arthur Miller and wife, attended there was plenty to eat and Dam, were the guests of Mr. H. P. plenty of musie and a good line genand family this week. Neal erally. Mrs. Hosen Shown, of Beda, has Mesrs. II. M. Allen, Holland and Ben Morris, ol Renlrow, are visiting been visiting her parents, Mr. Thomas Hickey for the last few days reMr. J. S. Allen this week. turned home yesterday. Buy your goods nt J. K. Fogle & Mrs. Katie Hickey, who has been cosh store. They will please Co's isiting her mother, of near Palo, reyou in quality and price. turned home yesterday. Mr. A. C. Taylor, who has been atMiss Mary Pattern and Miss Ether tending school at Green Castle, Ind., King were the guests ot Misses Mary was in Hartford yesterday. and Sallie Hamilton Saturday night Mr. T. J. Morton, who has been at and Sunday. Mr. Dave Lake and wile, of Beda, Green Castle. Ind., attentlng school, visited his son, Mr. J. W. Lake, Satis expected home this week. urday and Sunday. If you want your picture enlarged Misses Lizzie and Oma Hogland, of you should see CUde Wedding. The Clear Run, visited their uncle. Mr. firm be Is taking orders for guaran- Thomas Hickey yesterday. tees satisfaction. Mr. Joshua Green and Miss Sallie -Remember Field's 'bus meets all Hamilton nave been taking music le For the most pleasant ride to sous on the organ under the supervistrains. Ida, Beaver Dam, leave your order at ion of Prof. Clinton Park. Field's Livery Stable. Mr. II. M. Allen, ol Horse Branch Messrs. Williams & Bell Jhave add voting precinct, was in town this Mr. Allen has always been a ed a soda fountain to their drugstore week. and are now prepared to furnish cold strong Populist and supported Bryan in the last campaign, but he now drinks to their customers. says he cannot go the fusion ticket in Messrs Chas. H. Ellis, U. C. Bar-nethis county this yearand says 110 Popand Elvis Carson, who have been ulist can vote it and maintain his attending school at South Carrollton, standing as Populist. He says the a vacation. are at home for the Populists of his precinct will vote the Wewant yourproduce, will pay you Populist ticket for State office and the highest market price and sell you will not support the county fusion goods at a very low price. ticket. Mr. Allen is a good, substanJ. E. Fogle & Co. tial larmer and is a man whom every The steamer Janie Rae did not ar- body likes. rive at Hartford Wednesday and we First Lieut. Ford ol Rough River understand that it will only make one Guards has resigned and an election trip a week to this point until Rough will be held at the next meeting lo river is cleaned out. elect some member In his place. The Among t'ae graduates of Center boys are making great preparations College, of Danville, we notice the for the Annual Encampment at Founname of Mr. Hardin Craig, on old tain Ferry Park and anticipate a Hartlord College biy. He is a broth- pleasant time. er of Mrs. T. L. Griffin, oi this place. Prof Cox and Miss Sadie Austin, ' tt the counties of Ackls, ttdnionson, L 11 tie, McLean, Oldham, Simpson and Woodford failing to report. WitrtAT The condition of the wheat crop June 1st averages 93, which is a loss of 2 points during the month of May June 1st, 189G, the condition was 61 The crop continues to show the befct condition in the central portion ol the State, where 12 counties report an average above loo. The highest average condition is in Franklin county, 125. In Henderson county the condition is 55, the lowest, Livingston county following closely with a condition nvetaging 57 Corn. The condition of the corn crop on' June 1st averages 82. On this dateol 1896 the condition was The crop continues in a very 93 backward state. The weather conditions during May were not calculated to enable the crop to regain the loss due to late planting. OATS. Although there was a lack ol sunshine and moisture during May the oat ciop shown an Improvement from 75 May 1st to 82 on the date ol this repott. The condition on June ist, 1896, was 69. Tobacco Little was done towards setting the tobacco crop until the last week of May, when a fair season prevailed over the greater portion of the State. This is in striking contrast with this date in 189G, when practlc ally the entire crop had been set and much of it had received cultivation. Meadovs are quite Meadows. promising, the only drawback being an unusual amouutl of weeds in those that have been standing for a number of ears. The conditiou averages 88. Pastures The conditiou of pastures averages 94, which is about what might be expected considering the cool, dry weather of May. From Livingston county comes a report ol destroyed by pastures completely army worms, which, so far as the report goes, is confined to one farm. Wool. The wool clip ol 1897 is estimated at 89 per cent, of the clip of 1896. The average price per pound for this season's clip is 16 cents, a gratifying improvement on which was. the price paid per pound obtained for clip oi 1896. Livb Stock. Is generally reported in good condition with the exception of work stock, which is very much reduced in flesh owing to the seveie work necessary to get the soil in good condition for crops. Cattle and sheep continue in demand. Hogs have suffered about the usual loss from cholera. In McCracken county hogs ate repotted disease hitherto unknown. Cattle are dying of "Bloody Mur-ria- n" in Estill county. Fruit. Apples and peaches have dropped badly during the month. The reports are still very conflicting in regard to these two fruits. Pears and cherries are universally reported a poor crop, while the berry crop promises to be abundant. The general summary oi condition is, for apples, 76; peaches, .64; pears, 56, and cherries 56 For Ma? the conditions were, ior apples, 96; peaches, 70; pears 74, and cherries, 82. CREAM BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. A raite Cnpe Cream of Tartar Powder. Fi- i im Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. HlMlorlii AihlrmM. I2c, On Satutday, June the 5th Edwin Forbes, ol Fordsvllle vrititd the old Forbes farm, now the home of Mrs. W. F Tntuin and family, n lew miles north of Hattloid. At night he ads dressed the community at their district schoolhouse No. 103 Col. Forbes' address consisted .of the early settlement of tint part ol Ohio couns ty after the close of the Revolutionary war in 1783 to the citizens there in He said that many of the first 1849 settlers had been soldiers, of Washington's continental array, of their fighting on Green river in Ohio county in 1781 to thclast Indian incursion in Kentucky in the year 1793, the Forbes farm and the country around it In the year 1849 and citizens stayed at that time at the fott at Hartlord and the one at the Zack Austin farm and the early settlers and their battles with the Indians, at and near these forts, the Austins, Stevens.Tay-lor- s, Capt. Wm. Duke, Joel Ellis. F. Robertson, F. Morgan and other citizens of the community in 1849, with a tributetor respect 'to their memory and closed his nddress with a patriot-i- t conclusion in honor loi the first settlers and their lineal descendents and a warm appeal to parents on educats Ing their chlldred. The aged widow of W, Austin was piesent and affirmed all that the speaker said of the history of the community. The nudis ence was large and very attentive and before leaving the house nearly all of the descendents of the old settlers present went to thespeaker and shook hands with him. Col. Forbes had at this meeting a map of the Forbes farm in 1849, and eighteen paintings representing scenes on and around the Forbes farm in 1849 50. These drawings can now be seen at Mrs. Tatum's. f. Lucas Moore, Commissioner of Agriculture.' Young Jinn done. Henderson, Ky , June 8. The news is in circulation here that Hugh Ron bards, of Niagara, mysteriously dis appeared from his home on Saturday night last and hasn't been heard of since. He is a sou ot Thos. Robards, a highly respected and well o farmer ol that neighborhood, and as a natural result the family is very raucn distressed over the sudden departure of young Robards. Robatds has, it is said, been very much in love with a Miss Rhoads who resides in that neighborhood and has been paying her very close attention until it became the current report that the two were engaged to be married. As the report goes he called on her list Saturday evening and asked her to carry out the engagement and to name the happy day. This she declined to do refusing absolutely to marry him He then told her that she would never see bim alive again or words equivalent and he took his departure. He rode his horse home and put it up in the stable and hasn't been heard oi since. He had $50 in money on his person. Many of of his friends and possibly members of his family fear that he has suicided. to-d- Mr. J. C. Westerfield, Jr., and Miss Addle Hewlett, both of Pleasant Ridge, will be married at the residence of the bride's- - mother Wednesday morning, June 23, at 8:30 o'clock, the Rev. Dr. J. S. Coleman performing the ceremony. The marriage will be a quiet one, only a few relatives and friends of the contracting parties be ing present. Immediately after their marriage Mr. and Mrs. Westerfield will come to Owensborp and take the 11:35 train and spend their honsy moon at the Nashville exposition. Mr. Westeifield is a young miller.and very popular, while Miss Hewlett is an attractive young lady, who has a largeclrcle ol friends. o On ens-bor- Inquirer. The and N. Republican Thrice-a-weeiT Y. World for $1.65 per year. For Seventh Annual Reunion ol the United Confederate Veteransat Nashville, Tenn., Juue 23, 23 and 24th, 1897, tickets will be on sale June 20, 21, 22 and 23, limited tocontious passage in each Direction with limit of 10 days from date of sale to return for $2 80. An extention of ten days will be given if purchaser will deposit ticket with the joint agent nt Nashville on or before June 27. Harrodsburg, Ky., June 23 24, Convention Kentucky Sunday School Union, one fare for the round try, tickets on sale June 21 and 22; gco l till June 26 to return. Ashviile, N. C, June 25, Summer School Y. M. C. A., one "faic round trip, tickets on sole June 13, 14 and 15, good till June 27 to return. An-nu- A brand new stock ol fine watches, Beaver Dam, were in town yesterday. solid gold and 15 and 20 year boss Clerk r Court ol Atpenli. gold filled cases, a large line oi gold Soon the Democrats will be singing rings and all kinds of fine jewelry, the familiar old song that we should chains, necklaces, nothing but finest not tun a candidate for clerk ol court quality, and a few diamonds, will ot appeals, as It would result in the trade lot good land. Address, Dr. election of a Republican or Goldbug. Johnson, the Oculist, Hartford, Ky. Democrats cared anything It the Wood Tinsley. who has been appointed postmaster at Hartford, has moved his family to town preparatory to entering upon his duties sometime this week. Mr. Tinsley will have Miss Hennie Guenther as his assistant, and we are assured of a Mr- - ' Weak Lungs pleasant administration under their management. The retiring postmaster, Mr. Griffin, has made a good official and has giyen universal satisfaction. In the case of Nettie Fuqua vs. Mont Gaddis, charging him with being the father of her child in the County Court this week the jury awarded her a judgment oi $40 Pr year for 15 years. The plaintiff was represented by County Attorney E. P Neal and Messrs. J S. Glenn and W. H. Barnes, while Messrs. II. P. Taylor and It. T. Miller represented the plaintifl. A Horrible Ilonlli. At Pleasant Ridge, this county, Tuesday about noon, a very sad accident occurred, which resulted in the death of Eddie Boyd, the sixteen year-ol-d Scott's Emulsion e; - son of Mr. W. R. Boyd, a thrifty farmer ol the Pleasant Ridge neighbothood. The boy had returned from the field, where he had been plowing, to put his mule in the stable, preparatory to the noon metl, He was Bitting on the mule sidewlse, and had ridden into the stable. In the, trough one oi his little brothers was lying down, and when the mule entered the stable the little lellow raised up In the trough. This frightened the mule and It wheeled, throwing Eddie off. Ills feet hung In the gonring. The about Goldbugs they would have in dotted our nominee Jo A. Parker. But this would not suffice the ends They want to ol the Democrats, swallow or destroy the People's party. It is the only hope ot keeping the Democratic party alive. Let no people's party, man be caught asleep while on duty or waver from the straight and narrow path which in the cud will lead to victory. Put the vote 6f the State at 50,000, and we can reach it with ease if every People's party man will du his duty. Let it be remembered that the vote given Mr. Parker will give to our opponents, and the country generally, some idea of the numerical strenght of the People's party in Kentucky. What does it matter to the people whether the clerk of the court of appeals is a Goldbug ora Republican? But the iuture of the People's party Is at stake, and every Populist should upon himself to do feel It incumbent all in his power to roll up a vote of lorty or fifty thousand for Jo A. Parker for clerk of the court bl appeals. Let us give Parker two thousand in Daviess county. Parmer's Journal. fllieNclioGl Hoimp, Messrs Clarence Smith and G W. Btite, members of the school boatd at to Fordsvllle, ate in the city make contracts for material for the building of a fine school house in their town. Plans for a beautiful and substantial structure have been select ed, and work will commence at once. The house will cost something over $4,000, and will be a credit and oma-meThe boatd that to the town. decided to build the house are all young men, and were, only elected last Satutday, but they are pushers and deserve a great deal of credit for Inquirer. their enterprise. y nt A. S.Murray and Wife 8PRINQFIELD, MO. rtetlored to Henlth by Dr. Mlle tint Nsrvlnt. ntttor- - The farmer is equally Interested with the mechanic in the Protection of our borne market. The value of the home market to the farmer is nowhere shown any more conclusive ly and the Democratic FreeTrade more conclusively proven untrue than by the United States Treasury Statistical Abstract. The consumption ol our farm products by our people reached its maximum in 1892 Passing our 1893, the year ot the panic, and taking 1894. it shows that more than 51 percent, more pounds of raw cotton were consumed by our people in 1892 under Republican tnr-I- II than In the year 1894 under the threat cf Democratic free trade tariff; that more than 73 per cent, more wheat was consumed by our people in 1892 than in 1894. that mote than 33 per cent, mote corn was consumed by our own people in 1892 than in 1894, that more than 32 per cent, more pounds of wool were consumed in 1892 than In 1894 -- Hon. J. II. Walker, M. C , of Massachusetts. d7perl4, n oi unble to eat anything without torero dutreu. Treated by rent phjilcUni without benefit, I beoame ftluxat a purilcal urevlc and unable to attend to MM Mercantile Oo., MR.Rountreo wrltern "I (uSered Mo., MURRAY, engineer (or Keet A Eprlng-Seli- l, from nwr 1 4r,lp Tip MIImb1 UaatnratlTA Nervine and In Mr weeke I wi well. My llnrdln Crnlg Danville. Ky , June 9 In Centre College commencement exeiclsistbis morning the OunondBeatty prUe was .. WsarM Kr wvoirM . awarded to Hardin Craig, of Divlesa. county, and the Henry Barret Boyle I.attu prize for sophomore class to C. I, I.edyntd. ot Danville. Li Grippe Drougui pa neeullar to trmiblrd I lienor. Tbe Reator- latlTo Nervine li tbe Kostorea only thing that bai helped ber. We bolb Bsrrnoaun borie vou will ute tbla we bv Wan." In a way to help otbere Dr. Mllee' Remedies are eetd by ftjl drug- gttta under a ponltlre guarantee. flrV tuttlo Hook on benefits or munuy refunded. Heart and Nerve sent tree to all ippllsanu. Dlt. MILES MKUIUAL CO.. Ulkbatt, (ltd, tack ot WHICH itWorvInda & jl mh u a-- jji m Mm ""'"""' Nllrk in 111 I'nnn Jumping up and dopplug the pen in A friend of ours owned n good farm the eqdtement. MY u wlelt to leave 1'RIDAY, JUNE ii, 1897. nil your property to mef Ah, you a lew years ago, about two miles from He and ills sons thriving city. are joking, Mr, Browu. Hat liil The tsa idea ol leaving it to me, when 1 know lived on it and hod a fine home and TO THE FORMER SCHOOL But tiny how devoted you are to your three where prutpoilug slowly. BOY. You always were n wag, gut it in their heads that they could children. live cosier and do better by moving One more I led disposed to nsk of Mr. Brown," "Theic's no joke about this," said tn town nnd going Into business. you a space II you deem what I nm "As you say, And they went, tenting the faun. going to write worthy of print. I the sick man gravely. with to write to the former school 1 am devoted to my children, and It is Tiny borrowed money on it, nn.l put boy, lor if you want to recall the most for that very reason that I make the tint with what they had and started a grocery stoic. He is a man of more tender part of my life just mention will Ilia ve dictated " said the tlinii average ability. They all workmy school days. My mind olten runs "I do not understand-,ed early nnd late lor success. Last back to the date o: my school days, amazed lawyer. when I was sitting on the old bench "I do," continued the merchant. j ear, however, was too much for that was long enough to accommo"I know that If I make any other them They had to trust out too Many a happy hour kind of a will there would be a contest much, nnd the laboring people had to date a dozen, we have spent together and upon the nnd my property would go to jou little money, and there was so much school ground we have played n mauy anyhow by the time the fight euded. CotUDetition murine the denlera in art game of ball, but boys the ball has In that event j'ou would not.conilder that, that the weakest had to go down. gone over the home plate for the last yourself under any obligation to do The Sheriff has sold the farm, and evThey have noths The tap of the bell on the anything for my children, as you erything is gone. time. tower of the door knob which I have would have worked for the property. ing. As they nte our particular Iriends no longer But if I hand it nil over to you by we feel doubtly sotiy lor them Now, grasped a many a day, assembles you and me within the will, thus avoiding the trouble and ltij' good friends, don't jou of'en walls of my fondest recollections. The expense of litigation, you may feel thluk that farming is poor business ringing of the old school bell nolong. grateful to me and give a small part and wish you were out of it nnd at er reaches the school boy's ear, prob of my fortune to thelittlc ones. Will something else? And don't you know ably if they were too there would be you promise to see that they do not that the uual result would be about as dcsciibed above? You cannot sell an exclamation ofjoyrlngout through starve?" your farm and put jour money into "I will," answered the lawyer. his system. Many n bright morning And the" merchant 'cd away any business to day that is honornble I have stepped oQ of the old home and legitimate and sale that will pay New York Journal. stead and have approached the old peacclully. os well. Let us look this matter my mind trembschool building with Don't neglect chills. Chills bring iquatcjy in the lace then take courage ling like leaves upon the trees at the approach of a storm, and with my on congestion congestion brings on and go ahead and make the best ol hcatt beating at its full depth, I have death. You can iure chills and be- our business. There is no chance to come stout and healthy by usiug Dr. do any be tcr, as a rule, nor as well, opened the door of aflection. At the west corner of the school Bell's Peppermint- - Colli Tonic. For all things considered, with trie capital invested I was talking the oth-e- r building thcte stood a Jbcech tree and sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. day with a fhrewd old gentleman, standing if it has not been deyet who had con&iderble property. He stroyed within the last eight months, for Fifty Cents. remarkea: "I keep enough money In Guaranteed tobacco habit cure makes weak from which we gathered nuts. We strong, blood pure. Wc, II. All druirgUts. men farm land to support my wile and brought them to the surface by the family well if everything else went to aid of a club; under that old tree I re Tree lalaiiffe" Demand SllalenilliiK. the dogs. I risk the lest in business. celved a blow, which was very painIf any advocate of the free coinage of There is nothing safer than good farm ful and blood oozed for a while, but elker dollars or copper dollars or Iron is only a pleasant and perpets dollars at any ratio, sixteen to one, more lend. We have got enough, too. to now it ual remembrance of that old tree, and or less, will agree to stop there and ask support us well, no matter what tc am for at the foot of the hill on which the nothing more, IIn one way prepared the conies People must eat, and farme-to stop meet him, and that school house stands there runs a lit- present contest. Whowotild want them? cin always live, on the average. A tle rippling stream, which provs to Not one of these men will consent to family out of debt, owning a good be a stream of testing, about eight free colnageon those terms. Not one of farm, reasonably well improved, are T. A stteam them would be satisfied. Net one of well fixed in this world's goods. months out of the year. he Is after would tfcrn get waded with our pants them the pretext that wht coinage tntl B. Tctry, in Practical Farmer jou and I have free under above water and have rat upon its "equal right 0 sold and illTer" are all To cure a chill: When the lips bethat he wants. I challenge anyone to banks for hours with bent pins an Ucipating catching a fish from its find an ndrosAs of free coinage st six gin to quiver and turn blue, and beteen to one on fktae simple terras that sh dlow water depth, but now we are both gold and surer should be treated fore the first chilly shivering sensascattered over the broad field of life alike; thai both gold and silver ceins tion comes on take a full dose of D". It is from the state of New York to the ehall be made for anyone who takee the Bell's Peppermint Chill Tonic bullion to the mint to any number that stimulating. It warms the blood. It great and lofty Rocky Mountain he wants. I challenge any advocate of Boys, am aware of the fact free coinage to deny that free coinage, promotes the circulation of the blood. range. wc are separated by miles and the pure and simple, Is not what he de- It will prevent the chill nine time in presense of your face I no longer see, mands, and not one of them will dare ten. It is guarantiee to prevent the chill ten times in ten if taken four but your memory is yet with me and to meet this challenge. This demand for free coinage Is will always be whetever I may roam. cover Intended to conceal the true pur-a hours before chill time. For sale by I often look back on the old homepose of those who ask it. Mostof those Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. stead and on my road to school and .who support this measure have been ANNUAL while there deceived and mUlcd. Let such men put MEETING EPWORTH reciting my lessons, LEAGUE, the question to any owner of sliver thoughts are recalled I am well sat- mines, to any senator or representative TORRONTO, ONTARIO, I am situated upon a little in congress or to any and every candiisfied. July 14th to 18th, 1897. knoll just the right heighth to raise date on the free coinage platform in Members of the Epwnrth League my sight to the prairie over which I the following terms: and their liieuds should bear in mind "If we grant free see the grass half knee high, which is age, without chargeor unlimited coin- the advantages offered by the Wax for the coining, almost enough to founder the grazing will you demand nothing more?"" Not bash Railroad in the way of low rates stock. If j ou were to come into this a man who knows what the true pur- (oue fore for the round trip to Toroncountry at this season of the year you pose Is will answer "Yes" to that questo) fact time and magnificent equiption. Edward Atkinson. would think it a paradise. ment of Bullet .Sleeping Cars, Free Is This Ileaalt Dmlrnblr r Bojs, I havn't been off of the old Should this country alone attempt Kecliuing Chair Uara, etc , between home-stea- d a little while, but I free coinage of silver at the ratio of but Kansas City, Chicago and Toron. believe I am capable of giving you a sixteen to one. It would thereby give little advice. Let me plead while you ijotlee that no arc ready to exchange to. l'or particulars, time or trams, are tt gezlng into the bright family for all comcirs a quantity of gold which etc., write to C. S CRANE, G. P. f valued at one dollar In every civilized b'sze in the presence of your mother country for a quantity of sliver which and T. A. Wabash R R , St. Louis, U knitting yarn and jour coflee is yet represents In the markets of the world Mo. about SO centa. boiling and sweetened by your mothHOW TO FIND OUT. In a very er's hand and you are walking daily disappear. short time all gold y,ouM It would be hoarded to by trips from the house to the stock await a premium or shipped to coun' Fill a bottle or common water glass yard to feed your laboring stock, tries where It is more npprocia ted. Only silver would remain our circulating with urine and let it standtwenty-fou- r probably you follow from the rise to Medium. Wc would be on a sliver baals. hours; a sendiraent ol settling- indi the set of the sun; make life pleasant. Our'standard would hi a dollar worth cates a diseased condition of the kid Never say any unkind words to little more than 50 cents In every counneys. When utine stains linen it is positive evidence of kidney ttouble your parents. When you start our try but our own. AH values would quickly adjust thenv Too frequent desire to urinate or pain farming in the spring of the year in the bick, is also convincing proof statt it with a determination ol doing belvas to this depreciated dollar and that the kidneys nnd bladder ore out would fluctuate with its changing it right. While walking between the value In International exchange. of order. WHAT TO DO. plow handles of yoursummer toll and One Wit j-- to Got Rid of Silver Question. There is comfort in the knowledge fatigue use your line intelligently, so often expressed, that Dr Kilmer's study and think so when you have Swamp Root.thegreat kidney remedy brought furrows to an end of the year fulfills every wish in relieving pain and laid the plow on the shelf, you in the back, kidneys liver, bladder and every part of the uiinary pasmay Icok back at the pleasant cons sages. It corrects inability to hold dition ol jour crop as a good pross urine art! scalding pain in passing it, pect. 1 nrtford Republican. Is caused by terpkl liver, which prevents dig tlon and permits (ood to ferment and petrify In the itomseh. Itien follow dliilness, liesilclie Biliousness General Directory. STATU OPPICtAU. Insomlna, nervminess, and, If not relieved, bllloii' or blood poisoning. rills stimulate the rouse the liver, cure heartache, dirtiness, eon- nwiikiiuii. iK, ja cents, bow by nil druggists. the only rills to take with Hood's SUrsaparllU. Hood's Ooveruur William O. Hratlley. Lieut. Governor V. J. Worth-iiigtoCharles Finloy. W. S. Taylor. Auditor Samuel II. Stono. Troasuror Goo, W. Long. Commissioner oi Agriculture, Horami ticulture Statistics Lucas Monro. Ess WWCwHiiiiii uMimmiH imlffHWHHW'm 1w?wB SecretnryofStnto Attorney Gotiornl miMEss sPilte THAT THE FAC-SIMILE Superintendent Public M. DavUou. Iustruction-Ge- o " s 4-- ONE OF GRANT'S VICTORIES. "Ve Won In n Time of Pence Velocil n lunation Hill. One of Gen, Grant's greatest victories was not won In war, but In times of profound peace. On April 29, 1ST4, he vetoed an Inflation bill which had paAscd both houses of congress by decided majorities, and back of which were many eminent republican politicians who Imagined that they saw sure defeat ahead for their party unless they made concessions to those clamoring for "more money." The pressure for the lll was not all political. Many timid business men urged tho president to sign the bill In order to "stopugltatlon." In tills trying el tuntlon President Grant showed patriotism wholly above partisanship, and a clear conception of sound financial principles, unobscured by notions of immediate business expediency. Ho vetoed the bill because In theory It would produce Inflation. "The theory," ho declared, "In my belief Is n departure from 'the) true principles of finance, national Interest, national obligations to creditors, congressional promise, paity pledges on the part of both political parties and of personal views nnd promises made by me in every annual message sent to congress and In each Inaugural address." So far from being a "settlement," the bill Invited agitation. "Should It fall to create the abundance of circulation expected of It, the friends of the measure, pnrtic-idarlthose out of congress, would clamor for stioh Inflation as would give the expected relief." And he defined his general principle In these pregnant v order "I am not a believer In any artificial method of making paper money equal to coin when the coin Is not owned or held ready to redeem the promise to pay, for paper money Is nothing more than promise to paj-- , and Is valuable exaofly In proportion to the amount of corn that It can be converted Into." The monetary battles of this country are not yet all fought. Grant's words and acts should Inspire those engaged In the present struggle. Onr Bfonetnrr Dlsomns To safely and permanently maintain the gold standard requires the remodeling of our finances. The disease is the nharactcr of tho money In the treasury and In tho pockets of tho people. It Is in a bairklngsystem whlcbcongestscur-renc- y In commercial centers, while creating a dearth in country districts, which issues a currency which ennnot expand when tt ought to and can when there Is no necessity. It Is In compelling the maintenance of $100,000,000 gold reserve to float a vast volume of paper money by the government, w hlch cannot regulate its Issues to meet the needs of commerce. The disease cannot be cured by Senator Donelson CafTery. Sllverltes Should Drop JeffemoM. It U vain to invoke the authority of dolJefferson for the coinage of lars or any other debasement of the friends, ourrenoy. Our if tber wish to vindicate their claim to of "old line democrats," who the title have Jefferson for their father, will have to abandon their Idea of free coin- age at the ration of sixteen to one, or any other arbitrary rate, but If they will have a double standard, make it thlrtj--twto one, m order to bo honest In the payment of debts and to conform to tho actual ratio In the value of the two metals in the markets of the world, it being, oa Mr. Jefferson sajs, "a mercantile problem altogether." Haiti-moSun. Is Japan VlHy cnrs Ahead of t'sf The exportation of gold under existing circumstances Involves no danger to this country, but tt Is not pleasant to reflect that tho present shipments are called for partly to furnish the supply for Japan. It Is less than SO years since we bombarded the heathen Japanese to bring him too realizing sense of our higher civilization, and now ap- parently Japan Is SO vears ahead of a large number of our people In Hiatprao ' tlcal and Important deielopment of civilization which demnnds that it shall take 100 cents to make a dollar. N. Y. World short-sightere ' Register Laud OiHoo Clins. O. Reynold. Iiisurntico Ouronu Conimlssiouor-W. Comitigoro. Adjutant Genera- l- U. R Collier. State Librarian Mrs. Mary Urown Day. D, cgclablcT.cpnralionror Assimilating IhcrcodntulRccjula ling Ihc Stomachs nralDowcb of SIGNATURE -- OF?- PromotesDigcstion,Chcfui-ncssnrulncst.Contaln- s IUIMiOAl) COIIMISSIONKIIS. J110 C. Wood, chairman; J Dempsry, II. S. Irwin. Heoretarj- P. - Not NAnc otic. xuvt trout nclllicr Opium.Morphlne nor Mineral. LJWr7MsJ&A r " S7? . ssSZZZT IS ON THE Samuel P. Brown. coNonrsMOSAt,. Hun. William C. LindSenators say, linn. J C. 8. Blnokburn. Representative Fourth District Hon. John W. Lewis 8TATB WRAPPER OF EVERT Itkmtud' Apcribcl Remedy forConslltvi- linn Qnur Qlntnrh Tnrrhtcft WorTns,Convulsions Feverish ncss ondLOSa OF SLEEl'. Tac Simile Signature of I.EOI8l,ATUIIB. BOTTTF. OF1 H Hon. A. D. Jamos. Representative Ohio County H.iu. 0. M. Barnctt, Senator OHIO COUNTY, cincurr court. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge- TDK A Utiles cslr. It CuUrli Is pit tp la sss-sb- s I. sot .old la balk. Iioa't slloV snjoo. to U jos sijtMsg ehs os. Ut piss tr presto last It ." Ii "Jtit as good" and "vlll auwtr srsrf r-- 6n toit 70a tt Owons-bor- o. Hon. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney Oivensboro. T. H. Blaok, Jailor -- Hartford. O. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Riogo, Mastor Commissioner G. B Likens, Trustee Jury NEW YORK. I Itrgjigiral EXACT COPTOr WRAPPER H3SSBi& fs Hartford. Hartfntd. Fuud Cal. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thoa R. Bishop, Ccntertown; S. T. Stevens, Cromwell. 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Tnal Size 10c at Druggists or by mail. ELY BROS., 56 Warren St., N. Y -.- - slowly but surely becoming n hope less invalid llet mother became anxious and Inggard in her frantic efioits to save her daughter. None of her nttemps to find a cure seemed of any avail, As stated in her own words; "My daughter was taken sick some time ago unci I tiled ninny medicines in vain. She was very weak, nppe tite poor, bowels costive, and night sweats She appeared to be cold all the time, being taken with violent chills at times Her net ves were in a very bed condition. At last I hup- pened to see one of your little books and wrote jou You recommended Pcnt-ni- . I gave it to her and she A lllkn Jnn( has nowcoiuplttely recovered. I owe "I desire to make my will in a very all that I am worth In this tvnrld to few word," laid the dying merchant you for saving my daughter's I f. I to hU lawyer, "so you can take down shall always keep a supply ol your what I want to hay in three uiiiiutoo. medicines on hand. May jou live Are you ready?" long to help those suffering as my "Ready," answered tjie lawjer, daughter was " "I Willi" dntinutd the merelinnt, P 111 m always mirs Mih ctc-'to leave all my prooeitj, rwil aud Send for fret booV n ten f r wmei rereonal vtl ut t wl twu to John only. Address Tho l in na Dm Jbtuuiel, ttirney at law." Manufacturing Company, Co'uuibus, "What1 ' tx'luiuud the lawyer, Qlilo. i Boys, kt me plead with you while you are yet treading the honest fur rows of agriculture, while jet in the old Blue Grass State, if it is ever your intention to leave your native land, when you grasp your dearold mother good bye let it be accompanied with a vow that jou intend to speak the truth. It is far better to be cut down in your bloom and to be buried in an untimely grave and make a grave that is wort'ay of sorrow and epitaph, than it is to extend a lite that will the soil profane In which you are bulled. The truth is one of the greatest honors you bestow upon yourself. The He is getting the boy into trouble every day, probably if he had only spoken the truth he would 1 hv? been cleared of the charge. The lie has shaped the destiny of a many poor boy behind bars ol confinement and disgrace, which is n sad fate f jr anjuue to come too. To look through bars and compare the two words confinement and HI eity. Boys never ullo jour own hand to brir.g trouble up u j ounell; never allow your own hand to stop the smite from creeping acu.ss jour face, lor bojs if you loce that wiiile you have lot all ol UU. Wear that old Kentucky Mnile where ever jou may go, that jou may make the mofct out of lite. I with you a lifelong success and may yen yet bear in mind the sentiments of the old Blue Gras State, "United we stand, divided we fall." Soiuiku. J't. Reno, Okli, April 4. Baroly Escaposa Calamity. or bad Heels following use of liquor, wine or bear, and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the night to urinate The mild and the extraordinary eflect of Swamp Root is soon realised It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. If you need a medicine you shou'd have the best. Sold by druggists price fifty cents and one dollar For a sample bottle and Let tho sllierltea have their own way pamphlet, both sent free by mail, mention Thk Hartford Rbpurlican and the end rrlll not be far off. and tend your full address to Dr. Kilmer &. Co., ilinghamton, N. Y, The proprietors of this paper A BEAUTIFUL GIRL guarantee the genuineness ol this of fer. post-office Notwithstanding our Money Saved tin nm m Do you want any burnt-ou- t last July wo are stilt headquarters tor all kinds of SI B PRINTING? I are ready to receive your orders for any thing in that line. Wc print do, "vo Letter Heads, Dili Heads, Best quajity of Steel and Chilled Plows. Loth Walking nnd Ridiug Bra' er. Corn Drill, Check row Plmilors, Riding and Walking Cultivators with and without tongiiw, Dine Harrows, Policing Wiro plain and barbed. Onbarne Mowers and Binders, Huber Threshing Machine.Traction enginos. All abuve Implements are guaranteed to bo of tho best quality. First-olasrepairing of all kiuds duno promptly. a specially, also a full line of iortilizera for tobacco. You will find us at our old stand on Firet aud Co mo in and eco us. Railroad St a Horeo-shocing nine moements. If you Note Heads, ' Statements, Circulars, Dodgers, Horse Dills, Dusinesq Cards, VUiting Cards, Wedding Invitations, Prescription Blanks, Lilo-Lou- g TI1LLIAMS & WILLIAMS, BEAVER DAM, KY. It hnpuened in this wnj : The young daughterof Mrs E S Gibson, Carolina, was Greeljvitle, South I An Kxceiiilmin! Jinn. Samuel Dudderrar, of the Go. shen tuclion, is an exceptional man In many respects and is no fdoubt the ? healthiest man In the county, nge 2C tiken into consideration. During Ihe sixty-fiv- e yeirs ol his life he has had Do You Qet CORRECT FIT? a doctor only once; then when he was nevless than ten year;) old lie has YOU RECEIVE THE never tried to chew er sworn nil SCI or smoke, nnd wis never u.tderthe YEARS SUCCESS influence of wilsky, ulthought he in HIGH GRADE TAILORING by toUke toddy when 3C die n't ORDERING YOUR SUITS AND OVERCOATS his Fjsteni callj lor It He was never dunned for nu account in his lie, and II he vus all debts like he does the THE 6REAT CHICAGO MERCHANT TAILORS. Interior Journal he never will be, In vdMb'y paying lor his paper belore We guarantee to (it and please you, and save you mousy. hia subccriptlon expires He com. SQO NEW 8AMPLES TO 8ELLECT FROM uienced life with less limn no'.hlnp, and now lit Is one of Lincoln's 1110ft solid lit'Miis having n 510 acre fat ra ol fine land, well stocked .bank stock. HMniMHMMMHn sl and, last, but tint least, a nice bank account. Mr Dudderrar never comes J& ssGfek to town with u something to sell, A Jrf Vssss "Sissss,? ai d when he came Wednesday he IB was itvidid down with feathers, wool 1'ur Hit ninety-si- x and egwn pounds ol fetithei he rtctlved 31 ceutt-- ; 26) Wk put il. f ml, 17 trius, and 40 dozCURE CONSTIPATION fe en ct gs, 6 cents, making fjj $3 --TsssMlll sssssssTTlillnn- ri isl11W"1 if. UUHJIUl rJMsssWTr ' Hani times dr.n t bi tlieruir much," 10 4 njni. flsjyiCiicTjIrTWjl-.J1'.!-- , 'J ALL tciAJ v D susssH 39 H jLs&W ' the h.inhr the times DRUGGISTS 25 50 said lit the ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED haider I work " Stanford Intenor- pivaau vuussivtirer. jin nir m nu iia.Jic.ui un 1 intuitu uumrcai uos ornin iqtk Ji'iirnal. Mr Jack Bills. K)GOOOOOOOOO In fact everything that you want printed. All work first-clas- s 2 WHO 15 YOUR TAILOR? a 5,- -v and at lowest prices. for estitnitoj. Write or call j kxs l benefits 20 THE REPUBLICAN, Our Clubbing Rates. The Republican ami tho Louisville Commercial. ...81 2 " 1 60 aud Semi Weekly Courier-Journa- l, " aud Ql'ibeDemoerat 1.76 " and New York Tribune. 1.26 u and Louisville Dally Post. . r. 2 76 Semi-Weekl- y e O jy '8 Y,l oM BORN & Co. AT JAS. A. 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