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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1897 hao1897061801 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE DANGER drenti with which she looks forward to the hour of woman's severest trial Is appreciated by but few. All effort should be made to smooth these rugged places in life's fxithway for her, ore sho presses to her bosom her babo. to which the Kxpectant Mother is extwyed and the foiclxxling and The Habteobd Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IK THE - pleasant Soap for the skin. "Nothing: else like it:" The mot refreshinp- - and NUMB it CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, npusute NO. 47. MOTHER'S FRIEND VOL. IX. DARKNESS AND DAYLIGHT, HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1897. old and young, with (Cutaneous JSOAPL r- -- u s evory Increasing cover U 75. The court held that the ; IPCf A $100 GIVEN AWAY Hxftmtmtc t o rut t pleasure and lasting profit. moment the money fell Into the plate TOlltT KuMtnyDAJH Or Lights and Shadows of it became nn accepted i iTrrlng to the Tlio work is published by tlio old To tho Most Popular Toaoh-or- s Now York. Lord ami thnt neither tin? church n firm of A. D. and of Ohio Count?. nor the courts are nt liberty to Co., Hartford, Conn., whoso .K In Ills now nml superbly illuslrnled It lasts twice as long: as others. authorize Its return to the ilorlor. Imprint is sufficient giiatnutcu of tlio HS Tel- - This is wild tr be the first Atrial will convince you of Its great work a iioulcClirfallnnwcmm toll slho Tin: Rmnu.iOAN has ulwnys been ense nnd merit. Will pleete the moit faitldloue, uf this first class volume. thrilling story ol lior pornonal c.xpcr-ion- co oxceilonco decision of the lind on record nnd friendly to tho teachers oi Ohio coun. With-re- s. Royal Octavo, pages. 2fi2 lino CHARLES F.MILLER. In Gospol, tomjiorauco, mission, may Staud as a precedent for mnny ty, and has always received substanMfr.ol rttliNCH MILLED T01H1T platos, portraits, nml text illustrations. nnjl resiuio-worgenerations to cninc. in a great city. No tial nld from them and wo have now SOAPS AND PHRPUMERY, Lancaster, Penn. rccont publication Is now command determined to give $100 00 in pres It lias been discovered that eye A SICK WOMAN EBTADLiailBD, I83S. ing so much altontion nor has any salvos nnd waters containing sugar of ents to the teachers in a voting conn e m v v other called forth such ringing words ' lead often produces lead poison fatal test. Wo hove four prizes, valued at Des- "God-spccol from minietbrs nnd to sight, it not to life. You tun n Should Consult tho Best Phy- $30, 825, 825 nnd 820, which wo nro . I PROFESSIONAL CARD. "I know one lady, tlio mother of three emmont women. It lias been preach- great risk in using such preparations. going to give nwny. Wo are going to sician Possiblu. children, wlio sintered greatly In the allow the teachers nnd people to say or cac-h- who obtained a bottlo of ed about from famous pulpits, read To eflectually and speedily and perbirth 'Aiomer's irluncl' or mo before her by tens of thousands of subscribers, manently cure sore eyes, granulated Two Succoodod,5lo Says, in If all the sick mothers, invalid who shall havo theso presents fourth oonfltiomcnt, and was relieved lids or st es without the possibility Has AW qulnkly ami easily . AH agree that their and in ado ho subject of many a clerdaughters nnd diseased sisters in this of the prizes will bo given to tho two Solving tho Eroblom ot broad labor wns shorter nml leas painful." gyman's Sunday vvuning lecture. Its ol evil niter tflVcts. uso Sutherland's land would write to Dr Hart- - most popular lady teachers nud two ' r John Q. Poliiill, Macon, tia. will ho given to tho two most populnr authorship is fourfold, its four .mthors Ragle It e Salve. For sale by Z. lIAIlTFOlin, KY. DisturbingtEarth Cur-- . man when failing to And relief elseWayne Griffin & Bro Will practice his profession in Ohio , 91.00 PER BOTTLE atallDrusrStorss, being no 1cm than: Mrs. Holen Camp-hellWe will pub-Ji- ih where, no pen could describe the ben- gentlemen teachers. or Mnt by mall on receipt of price. rents and adjoining counties, and court of Jov. Lyman Abbott, D. D., Col. l.uek Jin Aetrr Jlnrrenrtl lo Any overy week two coupons in The efit that would follow. There are so BOOKS Containing InTaliiabta Information of Appeals, Special attention given t'craon. women, will b wot to Thomas Inftraat to all Wv Knox, add Inspector FREE my iNtw upon applloatloe. far In replying to the rjuery, "Docs not Tho realization of a Thoory many women, especially married wo- Rnruw.uMN and all votes must be collections. Office cast sido of puHf TlfOmas Bynlos, ChfeT"of the New men, who drag themselves wearily used as printed, it makes no differ- squsre. Thi Qwapf itLo RtGULATonco,. aftNTa7o. luck sometimes play a goodly part in Long Entortalnod. nround from year to year without ence how you get hold of the paper, York Detective Bureau. man's success?" itdward W. Bok, in Who ran think Shelby Taylor. Wanted-- An any particular disease, and yet miser- just so you use the printed form as no M. I,. Hkavrin. Idea e,f .umm abnpl. Mrs. Campbell, tho principal thcjnnunry Iidles' Home Journal, to a trot? tail? HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, ;oar ldMi U.t mxy bring IfalKt They ache other will he counted. Mikola Tesla, the Inventor, has in able beyond description. Tho prizes tx ralMl iiI""uW WBUUMWUHH their , Jn lrli Altar. writor, cortninly was n woman com- writes: MM. WaMaaloii, 11. v .fur offer aad 1UI oC two hundred Ureatloo. wanted. "Never. Henry Wnrd Beecher an- his little shop on East Houston st , a nnd tremble and throb, growing more will be distributed n follows: missioned of God, and "In His Name" nervous, tired and deliberated cveiy 1. To tho young lady teacher who HARTFORD, KY. spent many years as a city missionary swered thisqucstiononce for nil when machine which he believes will revo MERCHANTS day. Por this class of sufferers ..-.- l receives the largest number of votes f literally "In Darkest Now York.'' he sold: ' No man prospers in this Iutionize telegraphy, is the most perfect remedy in ex- we will Perry Westerfield, ' Pive years ago," said Tesla, when give one of Goo, F. Cram's What a wonderful work sho did. How world by luck unless it be the luck ol seen In bis laboratory yesterday, "I istence. It relieves, it roothes, it New Universal Globes, valued at 830. devoted nnd blessed hor labors were. getting up early, workiujr. hard and quiets, it strengthens, and no tired, Beavkb Dam, Ky. It is n stoy never to ho forgotten. maintaining honor nnd integrity," demonstrated the fact that wires were overworked women In theland should It is the finest Globe that is made. not needed lor the transmission of the 2. To tho young gentleman teacher This uniquo vol u mo presents these What so olten seems to many young be without Peruna in the house for R. R, WEDDING electric current Irom point to point, who receives tho largest number of thrilling experiences of Christian en- met), on the surface, as being luck in 1 a single day. Curo CcHitMputlan Forever a man's career, is nothing more than and since that time I have been Til i ( votes wo will give one of Cram's New limivi uin tu lrvi orVSc deavor with the hundreds of pathecio Those wishing a complete descripIt V c C full to tun urun, uri fumlnio. y hard work done at some special time. experimenting with methods Hartfohd, Ky. and amusing scones that were packed tion of iemald dseases. their causes Universal Atlas, vnlucd at $25. his profession in nil "The idea that luck is a iactor in n for putting my theories Into pine-tlcajsysvfcvtsv 3. To the young gentleman teacher the into them; it portrnys lifo in a great nnd cures, should send their address courts of Ohio and adjoining effect. man's success has ruined thousands, who receives tho second largest nutn- - counties. Also Notary city by day nnd by night "As Seen by it has- - never helped Public. "I have centered my eflbtts in pro- to The Pe ru na Drue Manufacturing n single person. t Jf A VM stsst Office, in Commercial Hotel. votes, wo willgue a scholar r J fmrni SflsBtTH S a Woman"; it shows tho power of tho A ducing a disturbance in the electrical Company, Columbus, Ohio, for a free i uer fortunate chance comes to a young copy of "Pacts and Faces," a book ship in King's Commercial Collcgo of Gospel to redeem souls from tho lowman sometimes just at the tight mo- cunentsol the earth itself. And I showing what Dr. Hartman's free ljousviile, valued at $25. est depths; it gives striking testimonies ment, and that some people call luck; have succeeded. Caveat, ftfid Trade- - MarU obtained and all 4. To the young lady teacher who oi iho redeemed; nud from ail theeo but that chance was given because he "A single electric signal can be treatment has done lor a multitude of if MoOtRATC Fttt. 9. 50uiornccitOtotiTi:u.KM PATtNTOrrici receives tho second largest number of rich and varied experiences it draws had at some time demonstatcd the sent around the earth, by known or- invalid women. tlAUlHiJUU, U) litUQ UUU liiirtfl mt DitsnK u rtj mi vntfin wn mill r?t. ..t.ni.Mi.in ... Will practice his nrolcseion in all th living truths for head nud hoart that fact that he was tne right man for the dinary menus, in one sixteenth of a 'lon't Totter o Spltaud Smoke 1 our Life Am j. ixikl tntnieL draw ins or tilimfl.. with ilnarrifv JtitMU adMKF, if pAirnUi c (f u I, Ire o( To quit tobacco eoelly and forever, be mac second. By my instruments this can are worth to any rend or ten times the chance. CHife, iniricnni auc u twimi is urrj. netlc. full of life, nerve and vlcor, take A PAMPMLCT. "lluWtl) ' Urn ltrntk. "with of a sec"That is is the only luck there is. be done In one of tho hook. Mrs. Campbell's price the wonder worker, that makes weak men valued nt 820, making in nil a total of business entrusted to his care. kU ! UH In Ihfl U. h. JUial tiMtum cuuntnM Col tronf. All druggists, COo or II. Cure guaranat frec. Addrcsii, 8100 to give to the teachers Work hard, demonstrate your ability, ond. lections a specialty. i account of r.cue-vor- k Office over Ohio is full of teed. Booklet and sample free. Address No wires nre necessary to send tele- Sterling llemedy Co., Chlcaco or New York. We have made arrangemeuts with ountr Bank. Also Notary Public. touching inoideuts. Strangor and show to others that if an opporAsa ttofii A vr rt r t wn wrriva) (lfaouiaHau V, aa w stonos are lioro told than romance ever tunity comes within your grasp you graphic messages to any distance. 8upt. BhulU totako charge of voting ; ? nmninMiwn, VWVVVVWVW Ike message is projected by produccontest, to open the ballot box, count dreamed of, every ono of them drawn arc able to use it." A (limnty Attorney) ing a disturbance of the electric fluidi tho votes, Ac, Tho contest will from real lifo by a woman's hand. In (Hit I'raplr. close on the last day of the Ohio Old people who require medicine to of the earth, nnd is felt at nil points every chapter sho weaves in aucodote of the earth, because the fluid Is In- Than thatof Enoch ArdonHad County Teachers HARTFORD, KY. Institute, which ntter nneodote, Incident niter incident, regulate the bowels and kidneys will Will practice his profession in tho Wm. Easloy. compressible and transmits Its im fihd the true remedy in Blectric Bitwill bo held sorao time in August. Courts of Ohio story alter story, and tho reader's atand adjoining conn pressions equally without the need Tho voting will be perfectly fair, and ties. Special attention given to col tention is held breathless to tho end of ters. This medicine does not stimu- of directing the course F. O. AUSTIN, M'g'r., of such a mesA strange nnd extremely rr mantle Mr. Shullz, together with late and contains no whiskey nor othlections. Office in Courthouse. the volumn. "Strango hut most Sughis Board sage. Anybody In any part of the story comes Irom Todd county: G31 Wost Markot Stroot Bo of Examiners, will count the votes gestive is the fact," says Ilisbop Coxo er intoxicant, but acts as n tonic nnd world possessing a receiver end the Mr Easley, a prosperous larrner, and JNO. B. WILSON, the prizes will bo awarded that twoeu 5th and Otli, in warmly commonding this volumn, alterative. It acts mildly on the key to the code used can read the mesliving near Blkton alter n separation day. stomach and bowels, adding strength Go to work and vote for your "that Christ is to bo visited in those nnd sage. A person In the center of the of t years was last week regiving tone to the organs, tberby HARTFORD, KY7 choice. Rend all votes to Z.H. dens and divos; the aro thoso whom aiding Nature in the performance of plains of Africa or at the North Pole, united to his wife who he found at Shullz, Ho will hear in mind when Ho says: Hartford, Ky., and he will SPECIAL attention given to in Australia or in San Francisco, can Laporte, Ind. the functions. Blectric Bitters is nn making abstracts, &c, R. I.. IMKKft read the message projected from Lon'Ye visited me'; or, when he says: excellent appetizer We can also Notary JPublie lor Ohio County. Easley lelt his wife, a bride of 1 5 put them in the ballot box. AND Clkkks: nud aids digestion. furnish extra copies of The Kepuh. Ye did it uot to Me.'" T. O. UrtKUR. Old people find it jnst exactly tvhat don or New York ns easily as n person months, nnd a babe in the cradle, to jii,l'"'"" '"g m I'uuuc square. Rev. Dr. Lyman Abbott's they need. Price filtyecnts and Ji.oo on the neat block to the place of pro- seek n fortune for his family. lie sold lioan to anyone who wants to vote at R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN. Louisville Dental Co., interest in City Mission work, and his per bottle at Williams & Bell's Drug jections It will be quite ns easy to his property, and with one thousand 6o per copy. If you want many copcommunicate with a ship in midocean dollars started overland for the Pacific ies, leave your order a week before persona thare in that work, Store. or n traveler nt the North Pole. coast to prospect. In the mines. He hand. fitted him to write for this Hartfoko, Ky. "It is probably that a number cf took up a claim, and letters to his In medicine the best only is good Remember we will give 20 voles Will practico his profession in all the book. In bis Introduction to it ho central stations will be established nt wife told ol promised success. He with every new enough. The best gives the quickest subscriber to The Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties says: great distances, for instance, the cap- wns gone n year when hisletters stop- REi'umiCAN. Get your friends to Collections carefully and promptly at"My interest in tlieso phases of city nnd longest relief without leaving any lifo dates from my college days. evil after effects. Dr. Bell's Pepper ital cities of countries and great cen- ped. The wife did not despnlr, but subscribe and give you the coupons, tended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. From that day to this over a third of mint Chill Tonic is mild. It does not ters of industry and commerce. From months lapsed Into years, and stil and by this means your candidate a century 1 havo continued the rack your bones and shock jour these stations the. messages, private, Easley wns not heard from. Mrs. will win. studios then bcpUn, and tho subject of nerves. Take It and see the results public and news, will be projected by Easley alter ten years of waiting conthis book has been ono of tho great chills nnd malaria disappear ns snow code to each other and transmitted to cluded that her husband was dead, a subjects of my study sometimes in before the sunshine of spring. The sub stations nndjecelvlng offices all nnd Gve years later she again married HlIRTl'ORD, Ky., literature, oflen in lite." U and moved to Indiana. Her second Of niter effects nre sound bone, rich, red over the world Will practico his prolession in Ohio No appeal from temperance advo"I am not, of course, prepared at husband died in 1896, leaving the blood good flesh and no more chills. and adjoining counties. Special atr-cates can do more to promote tho 14 W.M.tt. widow in indigent circumstances. tention given to all business entrusted Por sale by 'A, Wayne Griffin & Bro. present to make public any descrip, cnuss of temperance than the thrilling o tion of my paraphernalia, but I can Easley having learned that his wife, to his care. Office in Re?uiilioan a Bcenss and incidents so well described; Everybody Sajj So. building. say that I have mastered the secret, whom he believed dead, was living, -Gold Crowns f$ to $7 at Iwtst so says Mrs. Mary A. Livers Cnaenrots Candy CallmrtJo, tho most wonc derful medlonl discovery of tlio age, pleas- and it will not be very many months the sequel was that he found in Mrs. Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 3 ant and refrwlilne to the taate, act gently before telegraphiccoraraunication, more and Miss Francos E. Willanl. say Henry Bowes the bride of his youth. oi teeth (no better wade llest 3 O ARMISTEAD JONES, ami ixultlvely on kidneys, liver nnd bowels, g Ono of the moat absorbingly a o no matter how much you pay) . $S unconnected Easley says he received advices in eleanalnft Ilia ontlro syntem, dispel ooljs, with a ship in o o otirn liptulnolie, fever, habitual constipation Cold fillings portion a ot the bo 3k is that a. f up He and biliousness. Please buy and try a box by wires of any kind with land, with California that his wife wasderd Silver tilling' M Z 75c written uy Inspector liyruos given the of (J. C. 0. 10, 35, no cents, field nnd be a matter of ease. went Irom California to Todd county, u HARTFORD, KY.. Itstracting, pel tooth 25c ripe oxpcrioDco ot thirty years of do- - Guaranteed to aura by all druggists. o o "No, by ray method there can be no Ky., where he is the owner of a large Will practice in all the Courts ol Ohio Painless extracting with Vitalized E teotivo life. Many ot the startling impediment to the trasmisslon of a farm, and where the acred couple will and adjoining counties. Air Special at50c MEETING EPWORTH LEAGUE. Itxtracting tree when Artificial revelations ho makes nro taken from tention given to collections. message. By all methods except speud their declining years. Office s: Ex. TORHONTO, ONTAltIO, Teeth are ordered. Office permanent his privato diary. They havo never with County Attorney. mine, houses, hill and trees arc imto ly located J 8th, 1807. July 14th to c pediments. These do uot affect mine bajoro been published. Members of tho Epworth League and Whtik- e- ITtblts ffl in the leist." This fascinating volume isiudcrd a News. k cured at homo willi-oWanted-- An Idea O and their friends should bear in mind pain. Book of m trlng ou w.aUh. . wonderful tale ot Christian love and rroleol your WEdDKhMjiin td'aii thjr l'ltfcu. A CO r.ient tho advantages offered by tho Wax Writ. JOllN au.woor.LEY. mil Evil alter effects never follow the - Almutn 1, tin. Offlco 1M M. ftyor Hi faith, all alive with intense and strikWaabtactou. 1) 0.,or th.lr tl.au prli. ollor Globe-Democrana 1UI ot two Iiiuiara4 UTantloaa waufnl. bash Railroad in the way of low rates use'oi Dr. Bell's Peppermint Chill Semi-weekl- y ing reality. The best of it is that it rim: TA111.K 1. v. n. 11. iikavi:ii (one faro for tho round trip lo Toronc Tonic. It is a pleasant liver laxais a puro and elevating book from beI)A a KY. to) fast time nnd magnificent equip- tive. It makes rich, red blood, It GOING KAST. E ginning to end a volume for the famo ment of Uuflot Slcoping Cars, Free makes b tout, sound bone. It makes Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 n. m. ily circle. Ou this point tho words of Mail No. 222 a 1 02 p. tn. Hcellning Chair Cars, etc., between flesh. It makes rosy cheeks. All of c Rev. Dr. Twichell (who has a family Fast Mali No. 202 a 7 25 p. m. Kansas Cjty, Chicago and Toron- this cures chills so they stay cured. (J & of ton children) and Rev. Dr. Magoun, OOIKO WKST. c to. For particulars, timo or trains, Dealers guarantee It. For sale by Z. President Iowa College, are worth Fast Mall No. 201 n 7 17 a m. n o etc., write to 0. S. CRANE, G. P. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Mall No. 221 a 12 25 p in. quoting here: Dr. Twichell writes, O 3 nnd T. A. Wabash R R., St. Louis, Local Freight No. 291 a3 25 p in. "My wife says that sho is going to set The meanest man has nt last been Mo. II. Mbrbick. Agt, 4t our young people ou tho book right found. The Louisville Commercial olf, for tho good it will do them"; and he lives in Owensboro.but thntis says HOW TO FIND OUT. President Magoun fays, "My family untrue. HU home js ltj Pdrd'a Eye E o nnd every time he spends a cent he finds, where other hooks on our shelve Courier-Journ- al Mr. A. H. Crausby, St., water Pill 158 a o laok interest, this ono always hold) with a bottle or common twenty-fou- glass takes chloroform so that he will not Memphis, Tenn., saysof that Kerr wife his r urine and let it stand (d nnd rewards attention." o hours; n sendiment of settling indi- feel the pain of patting with it. His paid no attention ton small lump which in her breast, bat to c5 It contains 20'2 superb engravings, cates n diseased condition oi the kid- half brother Is the stingiest man in appearedinto a cancer of the it soon developed worst type, neys. When mine stains linen it is the world. He uses a wart on the and notwithstanding the treatment of overy ono ot thorn iwlt irom photo o' uosltive evidence ol kidney tiouble. 5 In older to stve the best physicians, it continued to graphs takon from lilo, mostly by Too frequent desire to urinate or pain back of his neck o Henderson route Louisi llle. Henderspending a cent lor nn otdiuary bone spread and grow rapidly, eating two ilash'Iighl. Every fuco U a portrait, In the tack, U also convincing proof holes in her breast. The doctors son and St Louis Railway Company Telephone. collar button. soon pronounced every ecuiio a stern reality. Time Card effective May 30, 1S97. lu look that the Kidneys and bladder ore out A her incurable. of order. BAST BOUND ing at these splendid illustrations the celebrated New York To borrow $600.00 on Wanthd Thousands of perpons use SutherWHAT TO DO. No 42 46 44 specialist then treat- property worth times sees at n ghinoe just how Gosreader There in comfort in the knowledge land's Eagle Eye Snlve who never did the amount. Lv. St Louis 4 7.66am 8 55pm ed her, bnt she conpel wcrk is carried on by day nnd by so often expressed, that Dr Kilmer's have sore eyes. It strengthens weak Evansville 6:50am 2:20pm 2 40am tinued to grow worse Call on or address A. B., care Tin; Root, lie great and when informed Rni'UULICAN, Hartford, Ky. Henderson 7:15am 2:46pm night by rotcue bauds; he is shown Swamp every t wish in kidney remedy eyes makes the vision clear and disfulfills relieving pain that both her aunt Spottsville 7:38am 3:07pm strange sights In nut ol tho my places in the hack, kidneys, liver, bladder tinct. It is nice and convenient to and grandmother bad Owe,nsboro S:i8am 3:44am 400am Two I.lve Nnvrd. died from cancer be H wl BD HBH9 that aro rarely or never seeu by tho and every part of the urinary pas- use. You need It Try It. Por sale Hawesvllle 9:17am 4 4npm 4 50am Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction gave the case up as sages. It corrects inability to hold by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Cloverport 9:45am 5:03pm 5 roam l3JU0TA3COODFOnA0ULT3. casual visitor; ho is taken Into cluup City, 111., was told by her doctors she hopeless. urine nnd scalding pain in passing it, IMP , WARRANTED. Irvlngton 10:45am 0:03pm lodging-houso- e Someone then re- had Consumption and that there was and oellars; into tho or bad rllects following use ot liquor, nat.AiiA,iLu..Nur 18, lWij. lla HneU no 'liniinr. ArLouisvllle 12 35pm 74SPi 7 30am commended S.S.S. lVrlaMMIalD Co., St louu. alu. homes ot the poor; into newsboys' wine or nenr, and overcomes that unno hope for her, but two bottles Dr. A London judge has ruled that and though little hope remained, she WEST BOUND W aold but rear, 000 bottlaa ol aUOVlfaTAUTBLIttW C1IIU. TONIC aiU h lodginghouscc; Into the polico and pleasant necessity of being compelled where n worshiper by mistake puts a begun it, and an improvement was no- King's New Discoveey completely No. 41 43 45 Uwulii Ibrau Kroaa alraailr tbla year. In all oar to Bet up many units during the to heal and cured commenced The . In tlio drug bualoM. bar ixrmica of II her and she says it saved her Lv.Loulsville 7:30am 4:50pm 8 05pm nothing nlcht tn urinate The mild nnd the larger amount than intended into the ticed. she cancer uer.r aoM an artlola lual Bar iu& uulrtnal aatia. detective departments, cto when had taken several bottles it Irvlngton 9:15am 6:43pm U.Uju M yuur Touls. Twin truly, extruordlnnry effect ol Swamp Root is church collection box the money can-- , disappeared entirely, and although sev- life. Mr. Thos. Eggers, 139 Florida AUKtv.CiimACO. eoenis to be omitted. Cloverport 10:11am 7:39pm li It stands the hlghwt not be refunded on a plea of error, eral years have elapsed, not a sign of St San Francisco, tuffered from a Hawesvllle 10:35am 8:04pm 10 37pm do not know when 710 pages! 00 Wo Por nte bv Williams & Dell the disease has ever returned. of lor ItB -- .fan ... dreadful cold, approaching Consumpi.n Owensboro 11 :35am 9'05pm 11 27pm ......i... -- I....... distress wonderful cures vou the mosta says the Ottawn Free Trader. The If nif casa. rieeti CURI tion, tried without itsult everything Spottsville 12:17pm 947pm It wo speak warmly ol tho book, it is medicine vou should have the best decision grew out of a suit brought Henderson 12:40 10:10pm is 20am else then bought one bottle ot Dr. liost hecauco it richly deserves it. It is Sold by druggists price fifty cents and by a woman who attends services in Bwuourou Evansville 1:15pm 10:40pm 11 soam S.S.S. euaranlttd purtly vegetable) one dollar Por a sample bottle and the fashionable Episcopal church at is a real blood remedy, and never falls King's New Discovery nnd in two Ar St. Louis 7:32pm yniuiniu tT SffiUS"B 7 2oam so'donlyby sgents, nud la meotlug .HUKltlJH pamphlet, both sent Irre by mall, weeks wos cured. lie is naturally ugainst the vicar nud to cure Caucer, Eczema, Rheumatism All trains run through solid to iw a with an enormous tale. Agents wlio meiillon TiiKllAHTi'onn Rrpuhlican Regent's park Scrofula, or any other blood disease. which Evansville. Through Parlor Cars muiKi thankful. It la such results, of church wardtens, her contentions beVrrimntMvinL'JlT' liiuMtt! introduce such u work ought to he cor- nnd end yiMir lull Wft uur nooics address HtfitrJ thefce are samples, that prove the and Pullman Sleepers on all trains tun agtj, Aat?Tkfc minwwoc dially welcomed. A better work has to Dr Kilmer & Co , Hinghamtou. N. ing that, during a fit of mental aber- will be mailed between St. Louis, Evansville and UUSjWHTS adwonderful efficacy ol this medicine In Louisville. No 41 and Y. Tre propuctur.s of InlJUfitAfJi WOUHt. piper ration, she placed in the plate n sov- free to any 42 connects lertainly ntvercomo to our table It uurunlee the genutntnebii this tins of-I-t ereign SWII'HS.MiuM. dress. Swift Coughs and Colds. Free trial bottles at Itvtngtou lor I'ordsvill of (is) msieailofa shilling (25 Spculic firufflvilljt IITK ai d Har 'E?5 Co., r will bo rend ovir and over agnin by jllHMWHOiaii, Sunday. nt Williams & Ikll's Diug Store dinsriurf daily cents). She then fore sought to re- - Atlaula Ga, woll-knowWorth-itigtmwf- allays Nervousness, and so assists Nature that the change goes forward in an easy manner, without such violent protest in the way of Nausea, Headache, Etc. Gloomy forebodings yield to cheerful and hopeful anticipations she passed tlirouch the ordeal nuicklv and without pain is left strong and vigorous and enabled to joyously perform the high and holy duties now devolved upon her. Safety to life of both is assured by the use of "Aiother'a Friend," and the time of recovery shortened. UjOiJx UOMDEINT Can UtaiCE,25K Believes k egraph out W d" Through Mountains, Oceans and , ertj jjTTOHIY T ..5"4. c' f attorneys at Law Attorney at Law . a con-stan- Attorney at Law, Wilf-practice !9l ' i . I Attorney at Law, Kl, x forty-eigh- th C.A.SNOW&CO. m ly BETTER FATE E3. 3F. nXTESSLIj, Attorney edX&w, AUSTIN HOTEL Louisville, SCy. forty-eigh- Attorney at L aw life-lon- Attorney at Iaw Attorney at Law, J,B. vickers,' 1 OWENSBORO.KY. st 1 1 inter-eelju- mid-ocea- Attorney at tw ut -. jgggS Attor-na;a- New-Yor- Tho Bepublican and the St. Louis at a mm one year for $1.75. Cancer 4-- 0! the Breast. i l I? The Republican and tho for one year for S1.50. TASTELESS ntki ej a ILL i PRIC50cts. r" "'"B"" ..., """"" "" i A Real Blood Remedy, iaroM.aiiA:rixt?w tfri.sn,X smri'.YJiivTvrv UA post-offi- aoWMTA'Si I sss vct -.- .uhb-- . "ffffnoMnPMMBl F xrtford Republican. FRIDAY, JUNR 18, 1897. ii Offloe on Fox Street. Iwnril i:tcry Frlilnynt Iliirlli.nl, ley. SAM A. ANDERBON Bdltor. Subscription. $1.25 por year Entered at the nt Hartford as second clans mail matter. post-office 5Sx REPDL1CAN TICKET. Eloctlon Nov. 2, 1897. County Judge, Jas. A. Park. County Clerk, M. 8. Rngland. Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, County Attornoy, M. L. Henvrin. Sheriff, S. T. Stevens. School Superintendent, Fon Roger?. Jailer, Thos. II. Black. AweMor, G. D. Royal. I oroner, L. W. Hunt. Purveyor, N. Moxley. MAGISTRATE. Hartford Dist Christopher Allen. Cromwell Dist JontB Wilson. Wc are authorized to announce R. A. BYfiRS As a candidate for Representative from Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican party. Aunouncomonts. For IIereciilnllr. Fur MiiKlxIrnlF. We are authorized to announce THOS. II. FAUGHT As a candidate for Magistrate in the Rosine Magisterial District, subject to the action of the Republican patty. We are authroized to announce L. B. LONEY As a candidate for Magistrate in the Rosine Magisterial District, subject to the action of the Republican paity. If you have tears, prepare to shed them; when Hon. P. Wat Hardin is defeated for the Democratic nomination for Gorenor, which he certainly will be. HEiiETOFOun when a Democratic ticket was nominated in this county tha Herald always put up the device. They Wonder what's the matter? thmk they are fooling the Populists. will oral. Rut we And mining these men dihVrenceaof opinions on important issues. They represent all sorts of Hon. W.A. HahVHY, better known ideas and opinions, nnd yet nro Demlis "Coin," dnlivored an nuMrets In ocrats. Louisville lmt week on the subject of Whflt i a Democrat anyhow? Let the free nml unlimited oolnngo of sil- us Me. The Demoaratio platform His adopted at Chicago resulted in a split ver nt the ratio of 10 to 1. crowd was small. in the Democratic por y; as a result Tiikiih will be a Populist tiokot oil large numbers of sound money Demthe oflioial ballot in November, nnd ocrats supported Mnj. McKinley eitliN or dirrctly or indirectly. Sound mon-- 0 tlioonly nnmo appearing on that tick Democrats agreed with tho Repubwill lis Hon. Jo A. Parker, the et Populist nominee for Clerk of the licans a fnr as finances nro concarned. Wo now find in tho What next? Court of Appeals. U. S. Sonnto many Democratic SenaTiik fusion ticket in this county tors who nro willing to voto for a prowill be placed on tho ballot directly tective turiffon wool, sugar and cotunder the rooster and will bo designat- ton. Tho protective larifl policy 0 ed as "tho Democratic Ticket," nnd tho Rcpubliban party is being indorswill be undor tho direct control of tho ed by Democratic U. S, Senators. Democratic committee. Wo aro also informed by the Protective Tariff League tbat many Demi In the next election thero will bo ocratic papers throughout tho South the following tickets on tho ballot: are demanding tarifl literature paThe Republican, tho Democratic, the pers that unco wero insulting to the Populist, tho National Democratic League because it offered them such perhaps the and Prohibitionists. literature. Largo numbers of DemoThoso gentlemen who were nominated crats, therefore, aro standing on tho m this county aa Populists will apfinancial and tariff' planks of the Repear on the official ballot as Demopublican party. crats, from tho simplo fact that they This is not all. The PopulilisU at which is tho will bo under the rooster, prosenl nro engaged in a bitter fight Democratic design. to kpep the Democrats from ciowding The wheat crop will bo good this them off their platform, If tho Popyear. All other crops bid air to ulists do not keep in the middloof the yield abountifulnnd abundant harvest. road it is only a matter of timo until We havo a sound and staple Populists will havo to get down on currency, and will soon have an their knees before the Democrats and American protective tarifl. Prosper- pray: "Please friondly Democrats, Its golden beams are can wo get up on our platform?" ity is coming. In view of the facts, it appears that already dispersing tho gloom created by four years of Democratic rule and a Democrat can be auything nnd evWe, therefore give this ruin. No one is heard to croak hard erything. A times except disappointed politicians definition to tbo word Democrat: Democrat is a being of the human out of a job. species, who has no defined views on Hon. H. W. tiTOY has assumed political issues; a being, whoso priviHe lege it is, to believe in and advocate control of the Grayson Eagle. was once before editor of that paper any principle that will land him and under his editorialship it attained in office no matter how great or small a very high degreo of strength and "anything, O Lord, no mntter how general eliiciency. Ho will now make small." tho paper all it was under his former management and more too. Tho pa-p- r iillounl neiiincriitlc State t'oiiten-lion- . will soar to greater heights than it A State Convention of the Demohas yet reached and will lend valuacrats of Kentucky, who adhere to ble aid to the cause of Republicanism Democratic principles and are opposed Wc wish Mr. in GraysDn county. to the declarations and doctrines of the success in Chicago and Frankfort platforms of Stoy tho greatest possible the field of journalism. 1896 and (S97, is hereby called to Tiik blackberry crop this be enormous. fr Tin: reception accorded the President at Nashville was arousing one. A Republican President is received as enthusiastidally in Southern States as elsewhere. Sectionalism is a thing of the past. There is a certain class of people in existence, who make it a special duty, to injure their best friends; the more favors a man bestows upon them, the more certain they are to The black" to sting him in the end. est of crimes is ingratitude. Tin. sound money Demociats will hold a convention on July 14th to nominate a candidate for Clerk of the Indications are Court of Appeals. that the convention will bo largely atIt is not tended and enthusiastic. in the cards for a free silvor man to win in Kentucky this year. Tun Democrats of Ohio county reci ognize tho position in which thoy find themselves and their organ this week trie1! to make it appear that Mr. Parker, the Populist, did not want the The Democrats to endorse him. Jletald says: "But Mr. Parker nor any of the other well informed Popu-li-- ii of Kentucky expected the Democrats to endorse him in their State convention for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, and the efforts of the Republican sheet here to create prejudice on to say this account are the least. Such a move was not con-- , templated by anybody not even the Fox alley editor." Wo will seo what Mr. Parker says about tho Democracy and fusion. His paper, tho Free llepullic, says: "Personally, I did all in my power lor Bryan and the nine Democratic congressional candidates where we I spoke in every had no nominees. concessional district in more than sixty counties. I never faltered once in that long drawn battle of l8g5 "But this year, in April, the Populist convention nominated me for Cleric 01 tl,u Courtol Appeals. I didn't seek a nomination but strove to avoid it But the convention thought by making me the nominee alter my incessant labor for the cause last year, the silver Democrats would at least show i us a long delayed couitesy, and e my nomination and 'unite the Sliver vote." "But let us note the Kentucky Democracy. Two months alter my nom-inmi, after I had through the public punt given duenoticethntuidemo circumstances would I withdraw from the rare, they nominated another candle iti, and divide the Mlver vote. ''At their convention, dozens as fund me there was no diflerenceof principle between us. Then it was a of effice; and lor one little State tfSce and two deputj ships, the pie Mlgade of the Democracy deliber-ate- l served notice upon my party that its co operation was not needed except when Populist vote llor Democratic nominees," The IltraU't puny attempt to shove the blame oil onto ihu PopulUls will not work, It would have been right for tho silver Demooruoy to have endortod Mr. Parker. Hnw oau candidates of Ohio tlio Democratic county have the cheek to solicit Pupil-listvotes after the light thoy made against Mr. Parker burn nod at Irniikliirt, The blame Is with tho D Diicratio party. en-('oat diik-mncs The B'.rald this week asks us if the Republicans will support the nominee convention of the gold Democratic for Clerk of the Court of Appeal?, and we will answer that we tbinK not. The Sound Money Democrats represent the best element of tho Democratic party, who hold principles above office and they will not fuso with any party. It would be the death of the Sound Money Democratic party to go into a fusion agreement just the same as it will k'll tho Popu list party to fuse with the silver Democratic party, henco we think there will be no fusion. Some of the rink Democratic papers of tho State are always charging the Republicans with the present condition of tho State Treasury when The folthey are not responsible. lowing from the Owensboro Inquirer, Democratic, is a frank admission of the facts: "Some of the State papers are hold ing the Republicans wholly responsible for the depleted condition of the treasury, but this is unjust. The Republicans have been in power two year and things have gone from bad to worse in that time, but the responsibility lor the condition of affairs rests with those econmical patriots who reduced taxation to the extent of 5 cents on the ?ioo over the veto of Gov. Buckner. It is as well to be fair about the matter." Some Kentucky newspapers seem to derive somo comfort from the fact that a mob has hung a man in the State of Ohio, which is a northern Mobs in the North are no state. excuse for mobs in the South, nnd the wide sproad disposition of our citizens to take tho law in their own hands, only points to tho exiatcuee of a very bad and dcplornble stato of affairs Mobs now and among the people. then hang an innocent man, nnd frequently hang men for crimes not pun ishablo bydontb under tho law. And yet thero is 110 doubt that many members of the mob if called upon to try a case of murder would excuse themselves from the jury on the grounds that they bad conscientious scruples against capital punishment. WHAT IS A DEMOCRAT, ANYHOW? Tho hardest word to define in the English language is tho word "Democrat." It is said that (orolgnors who oome to Americun, find their grontost Irounle in loniing our language, in tho fact that the name word can 11101111 For inso many different things. It can stance there is the word uW be tiled in three or more different an. Forexampleus an iniorjic-tin- n; 'WW is ihatso? As nn adU." verb; "the mnn who was slok And as n noun; "got me n drink of oool witter from the W." Suali as this mixes a foreigner up. It is even hard for native born Americans sometimes to use the right word in tho right place. They are finding much troubld in this regard at present with the word Dmoerat, Mr. Grnver O'evoland U Hon Jun. 0 Car is'as U Democrat. a Democrat. Mr. Ulll.of Now York, has said,"! urn a Ut'mncnit." Moure P. Wat Hurdin nndJ. C. 8. Mr. lien I) urn Democrats Riugo, H f'n ur 01I1 hi I il t ""''', Mr Iliber Mailuus isa Dcni'icrut who now edit tin t 1' ilt u n D in Nlnp 4 llK, n Hoh ntttl ft Hunk ol UmIiRecord, pubs Tnt discovery ol the North Pole The would not be a greater aclentiflc tri- llshed at baltiniore, is in favor of HAS CONORKSS DRRN Ml OW ' In this connection It is interesting umph than, an a political triiimp, has prosperity and gives theae timely to iriiuite whether Congress has teal-I- proved the discovery of the etrar in suggestions which should becarelul-l-tThis l tlio complaint ol weighed by every patriot: of the Democratic been slow In its wotk on the taiiff the transmission nt tills season. vBT "Tilly country In not uulllg to the housands faith of the fathers upoti the question bll, and this inquiry develops the They have no nrprthot tooA s, dogs. The right will prevail, and the doesnotrellsh. They need tbetonlnitupof remarkable fact thai no riettdent of a protective tariff by Senator of Utah. It is cutious, but not terrible forebodings of the pessimist tliestomsehand digestive organs, whloh since Washington ffa hnd on opporgive tunity to attach in signature to a tar- unnatural, that the trnnspottattou ot will ere long be laughed nt. Nature a course of Hood's Ssrsspsrllla will the nd enriches iff law within ns brief a space ol time n word should have been attended by promised n cfist rorn crop, a fine them. It also purities alter eating and blood, cares that distress after his Inauguration ns will William consequences ol such impoitanec. cotton crop, nn Immense Itttit yield. Interns! misery only a dyspcptlo can steadily, McKinley. unless seme entirely un- Relieving that the fathers of the pnity Consumption g es along know, creates an appetite, overcomes that expected development shall interrupt had dectred that n tariff for revenue even il lestrlctrd; production must tired feeling and builds up and sustains It so promptthe progress townrd It early comple- "only" was the faith deliveted to the keep pjee We cannot stagnate. tho whole physical system.dyspeptlosymp-tom- s rellsvc tion. There is good icason to bellevy sinners, the later generations of Dem There Is some business ahead for ly and cfflclontlynerroushesdsohes, that It and cures that the tarflblll will pass the SeuHtc ocrnts have entered into several cam- cverjbody who hustles. Then stop seems to havo almost " a msglo touch." country within the presort month and that paigns with this for their loudest croaking; nave fdth in your President McKinley w,lll have an op- warwhoop. nnd in the battle ol 1S92 and Its eople, nud faith in Proviportunity to sign it within four ronquoiod under binneM beating this dence and attend to your bit'iness; then onr business will Soon attend months of the date of his imitigti ra strange device. t tion Bven Lincoln, who j The fenrful disnfter brought upon to jou, end require all yntr tune nnd came Into office under extraotdinary j the country by the nttempt to enforce attention The Mantifectttres' Rec-ots hears many complaints nnd ninny conditions and circumstances, and this nrtlcle of party filth; the failure to raise enough revenue sad whining that sllwr will tuln the Is the best In tsctthoOne True Wood Iurl Her. with war in prospect, d'd l.ot sign are the twit his first tnriff act tint 1 August 5, and the Increase of the public debt in country nnd that gold will destroy evHoOll S PHIS pltU, sUI digestion. Mo. j consequence, resulted in overwhelniu- - erything except Wall slteet pluto18C1. President William ILnry called Congress in spechl sess ingly the Democtntic paity in public crats. It doesn't believe either. It IINION. Of has faith in the future; it has no time slon shortly nfter his inauguration on contempt nnd defeat in 1801 Crops are looking well, but n small March 4, 1841, because of the condi- ' course able leaders of that paity were lor croakings; it tried to find time to planted. tion of finances and revenue, yet that utterly confounded, nnd have been in follow the usual summer custon of ncrage ol tobocco Miss Sophia Davidson has returned five o'clock closing nnd half holiday Congress did not put its tatiff bill up-o- n dustriously laboring to understand where she has grad thestntute books until August 30, what made the cyclone strike them so on Saturdays, but it can hardly ever front Louisville do it, Theie is no lack ol wotk in uated from the Rtyatit & Stratton 1P42. President Polk, who was In hard. Senator Rawlings sttuck the augurated on March 4, 1845, did not right trail and has discovered the this office, and the usual summer Duslness Col legs. Mrs. Miglalena Rogers nnd son, sljjn his tariff act until July 30, 1846; cause. It nonpar (lmt ttin tnrlfTilrvr dullness does not prevail, situplv because we determined that business Iin, left last Thursday the 6th for Pierce, who was inaugurated in 1853, j ma dictated by the lathers was, not signed his taiiff act March 3 1S57; that tan II should be constructed for should be cteated, without regard to Kansas, where they will spend n few Grant was inaugurdfod Mirch 4, revenue "only," but that they should political turmoil, nnd the business is weeks with h r brother and her being daily created despite summer daughter. 1869, and signed his first tariff act provide for "only enough" revenue. Misses Myrtle Taj lor and Kilpah What the July 15. 1S70, nnd another June 6, This, of course did notdechre against bent and heated politics Manufacturers' Record is doing others Smith nnd several others from this Indeed, the Senator 182, the GarGetd administration was protection inauguraded Match 4. 1881, yet the shows that these departed paternal can do. II you look for dull times place attended the commencement at tnriQ act signed by President Arthur Democrats were just ns keen to haw you will find it; but while it is true Heaver Dam. Miss Mattle Taylor will teach the was dated March 3, 1SS3; President all articles in which tnelr States were that many must suffer from dapresss Benjamin Harrison was inaugurated interested protected by legilstton as ion, there are thousands ol concerns South Reaver school. Mr. Henry Oaliztll, Miss Slddic Match 4, 1889, and signed his first any free trade Democrats lor revenue that can, by proper management, be made so busy as not to have time to Dadidsou and others front Denver tariff act October 1, 1S90; Graver only of the present day. Cleveland and his free trade Congtess The transpoi ration of this word worry over polities if they will have Dam spnt Sunday the 6th at High came into power March 4, 1893, yet "only" led to a wrong interpretation the energy to originate nnd carry out view. The Rev. Lowry Tlchenor, of West n.11 active, progressive policy. At the Wilson tariff, which he refused to of Democratic faith, nnd is responsisign, did not become a law until Au- ble for the overthrow of the ptrty. be- any rate slop croaking. The AmerN Point, will proach nt this place next gust 28, 1894 In nearly nil of the cause of the destruction to the mate- can people have never yet made n fa- Sunday at 4 p m. Wishing success to your paper nnd above cases both branches ol Congress rial interests of the country caused by tal maatuke at tne polls, nnd they are were in accord with the Executive the unfortunate error. The discovery not likely to WhuUver their decree the Republican party will close. S. n. V. politically, a single party controlling and correction of the mistake wi 1 be. may be, the country and it prosperity Senate as well as House When it is of great benefit to the country nnd the will not be wholly destroyed." The Commercial-Tribun- e gives this considered that the Republican party, parly.and will be hailed by thousands splemllnd advice which every roan Mnn'a Tins? which controls the House, has now ol Democrats with happy hearts, who Don't wait for prosWe oQer Oae Hundred Dollars Re- should htetl: but 43 of the 89 members of Senate, all along have suspected that they ward for any case of Catarrh that can perity to conic along and tins the the fact that its leaders have been were not honest convetts to the free not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cute. door bell seven times. Go out to the able to make the speed which they trade faith Indeed, our esteemed PJ CHUNRY&CO..Props..Toldo,0 front gate as a welcome visitor ought have developed in the consideration free trader will now learn that the We the undersigned, have known to be met" ot this and otherimportant 'c fslation goddess who has followed with such F. I Cheney for tbe last 15 j cars, devotion for so many years, is but a nnd believe him perfectly honorable 11 should satisfy the most exacting, lor hnle meet in the city of Louisville, Ken- they but take the trouble to compare deceitful Cyptian, whose artificial in all business transactions and flnan A desirable farm of one hundred able to carry out tucky, on Wednesday, July 14. 1897, present conditions and present prog- - beauty has attracted his innocent soul dally mane uy uteir nrm. an obliga acres, (tors situ tted near Hartford, well at 2 o'clock p. m , standard time, for ress with that of any other period in from the prath of true statesmanship, West & Ttusx. Wholesale Druggists. watered, a good oiched, two' hundted of nominating a DemoO the purpose benrtng ttees. good buildings.nnd In nnd that his in his adinir.itiou lor her Toledo. the history of the country. Welding. Kinnan & Marvin. Wholegood community. For luuherpar. cratic candidate for Clerk of the Court GOODNUWSrROMTlIEHUSINBSS WORLD. he has sacined merely to "a rag, a sale Drupgiatt, Toledo. Ohio titulars call at this office at once, tf of Appeals, to.be voted for at the enComReports Irom business centers which boneanda bank of hair." Cxtarrh Cure Is Uken inter Halt's suing November election. nally, ctin directly upon the blood reach members rf Congress heteare mercial. for Flflr Cents. The basis of representation shall be extremely gratifying Dnn's Review, nnd mucous surtao-- s ol the system. OskmM totewo toult cur nakm k Price 7sc pr bottle Sold by all men stnw, Uoo-- i pers. Wc, II. A II dmsstau. one delegate for each two hundred which is accepted as n reliable bus! Diuggists. Testimonials Iree. votes cast for Cleveland by each coun- ness barometer, not controlled or inHall's Family Pills ate the best presity and legislative district at the EXCURSION TICKETS fluenced by political or other causes dential election in 189.2; and one dele- which would affect its accuracy, preVIA TUR IMnrato Ynar tlairal avilh Cin.rf:. gate for each fraction over one hun- sents the most satisfactory trade statera.hsrtle. can loMtlpatiea tonnr. :. u. i i urufntisu rmiiBa dred votes; provided that in any ment for last week that has been mar'e ii. county not having cast as many as since the present business depression TO TUK two hundred votes at said election of began That statement was remarka1892 such county shall be entitled to ble in its showing of the decided dein said State Convention. crease in embarrassments onedelcgate in all For the purpose of selecting dele- branches of trade and in reports of And International gates to said State Convention, a unusual activity in all Rxposltlou the industries mass meeting in each county shall be in anticipation ol the passage cf tbe held on Saturday, July 10, at 2 o'clock tariff bill. Txrtsia-viiie- . The failures repotted in For the above occasion tickets will p. m., standard time, at the county most branches of trade are less in be sold by the Illinois Central Rnil-ro- ad seat thereof, at which mass meeting the last thirty six months, while the at varjinir tlmra. mio ,.i such Democrats of the county shall volume ol business transacted is, in .limits, including a ticket on sale choose the delegates to which they quanity, larger than in 1R92, the year UByi B"' 10 reiurn until November 7. and Inelitdinn tlrkrtu haulm !!..,! are entitled, upon the above basis of of our greatest prosperity, the slight Goods, Shoes, Calicoes, of twenty days, fifteen days nnd seven representation In Kenton and Camp- reduction in value being due to the uuym, uisu on luesuayand ready-mad- e bell counties, the meetings shall be smaller prices paid for the article of col- Thursdays ofucKcisweek with limit of each in Covington andNewport respective- commerce handled. filteen dnvs. For full tuttli.nti.ra o. When it isrt to which iy. of goods.. yuur of the above applies front membered that this happens befue ors. naireai jsauroaa aiauon in conThe mass meeting In each county the new tariff bill gets upjn the statnection with the Illinois Central Railus a call we be called to order by the county ute books, and with the industries of shall road, call on or address your nearest railroad Ticket Agent. chairman, who slall serve as chairthe country depressed by the impois man of the county meeting until n tations of foteign goods at the rate of Wm. Murray, Div. Pass. Agent, goods. permanent chaitman is elected; and it over a hundred millions a month, the New Orleans. shall be the duty of said county chair- improvement Jno. A. Scott, Dlv. Pass. Agent, thus noted is very reMemphis, man to see that said meeting is fairly markable. and properly organized, and that the t. ii ua.xson, a i. a., e.nioa'0. Children's Dy was observed at No ' W A.K8M.0ND, AO.iA.,Louisvlf . delegates theiefrom are fairly and Creek Inst Sunday and a large crowd properly chosen by the expressed will The exercises of a majority of such Democrats at- was in attendance. tending said meeting; and also to see were perfect in every particular and P04: Hoard that the duly chosen chairman and the little folks acquitted themselves Dinner was served on and Tuition props handsomely. secretary ot such erly certify the list of delegates chos- the ground ami it wal quite an enjoyfor the en; which certificates shall be signed able day for all who attended. special Summer Term of8 week by the county chairman appointed to See our voting contest in nnother WMi buff Iiiiib 8 call such meetings to order In the column for the teachers. 1897. AH our students will havo tho opportunity of attending county. Iliiflilrn'tf Imirn In the absence cf the county chairISLontuoky Toaohors' Lssooiation The Best Salve in the wot Id fnr Which meets in Bowling Qreeu June 21) 30 and July I, '07. If you want a better oduoatiou, prepare youraelf man so selected to call such meeting Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt for teaching, get a botlor certificate, or to tako a thorough Coramorcial Course, it will pay you to writo to us. to order, the meeting shall itself Rheum, FeverSotes, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, nnd all nnd select its own chairman, Special emphasis put on tho Stato Toachors' Course. You can outer now nnd find "classoi to suit you. nnd he, together with the recietary, Skin Kruptions, and positively cures Mention Course wanted. now. CHERRY BROS.. Proprietors, Piles, or no pay required It is shall cattily the list ot delegates. Southern Nornul School nnd Iljwling Grcon Business Collogo, Biwling drcon, Ivy. guaranteed to give petfectsatlsfaction any county shall or money refunded. Piiee 25 cents In the event that fill to hold such niasi.mceting, or per box. For sale by Williams & ij? 1 r. elect delegate?, those present Irom Bell. such county at the State Convention 3io lioiliEliiit rliu IhhiirN, shall be authorlz-.- to act as delegates Buy a suit that is luincsi clear from suoli county. through. Insist 11 port, it' cotU no HAVE OPENED THEIR more than poorly constructed ones By order ot the Itxtcutive Commit' 'lill will twain resent month. a law .'unng the A r's rttlit. y Can't M Raw-ling- 1 indl-crou- Hood's Sarsaparilla Htr-riso- n Ml Subscribe for The Republican and get all the news. Illinois en. ft. ft. TMEW ST0HEOE TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL 31 :t $ .Si n Have just received large lines of New Clothing, Cotton, Lawn, ladies skirts in all We handle all kinds dry Give and will give you the best bargains. Produce taken in exchange for Ai dAOiI q& CDs (o,f mass-meetin- sle. Tho Stato sr-ga- nle BW-Wri- to fj d -- ' nn 11 rihu-k-hu- UihtS WMtSt All t Vuh Sirup. Ti bf drwMlBi. gives a satisfaction never approached tee. by one ol the ready to.wenr kind GKOBns M. Davir, Louisville. Keeps its shape ns long as you wwr Chairman. it, and is a suit that will carry you A man that wears salely anywhere a suit that "fits" liim muir von mm atwava baa a better opinion ol himself, ami (eels more kindly toward the rest of humanity What kind ol u suit do you Situation nt the National CapWhen jou buy Pantaloons have itol. them made to jour onlrr. too We make them up for you from $100 up. Made light MaterUl in any Y.hiiotok, June 15, 1897, may lncv no matter what The meet hopeful man on the Res style you soil we have them nnd the price is publican side ot the Senate could always the lowest. scarcely have the speed The RjIwoM Rose & Cn , ChiciRO that's the this week iu diss The Fashionable Tiu'or that 1ms bevn ma-lp slng of the tar If hill. Not only make thvy put their name on the jiood work. a pledge euoda lua there been gratifying piogrtsa, mnnship it'sTintvsiONiT" ilverything ' in their but the Republican Senators that goes toward making your suit a caucus determined toacccpt ilie House j finished product, is fount! in this sugar schedule with a flight amend- make. Tnclininss theqtiallly .the -exactly right the ment, IiiMead ot the 'schedule framed I fit every st) lea it's justetui hove your in detail, or jou This will money luck. by tut Senate oommilleo not or.lj cloe the mouths ol thoie Kvery new utave and Qidotiug that lasbiun dictates ns chic everv idm who wire irrllnid to attack the Senate nigr schedulis ns favorable to that goeH towards giving you that well drcnM-- apt trance o niui.li de the trust but will .tKo icdiice the bind by all men, is luuud in Suits of b '1 M likely t ocuipv tins make O der It tiken by Carson Hi Co, the t inlere- ce committee in st'cnuthens greatly the belief that the Hartford Ky WASHINGTON. we-1- v11 I i . I 2sTe-- w tint-iU'tt- A hue new OMtfMUS will meet all day trains at Reaver Dam. All ordew promptly attended to. guarantees a comtortftblo ride. ToTSiEiZR gt30L3LDF1'yOxi3L33egfVeT "nrtford, XM3a.. vehicle ZLZlSTEl and pood horses An e'gnnt Lravo order atFie'd's I ivery Stable, mil Market md I'niou Streets, J! I .11 I Pad inie SUhU-- . g iH UicU's elegant 'has line Field's Livery mvuw mmjm. l WHERE THE HONE PffigH to Tiikr your slock to Otiod heavy dmncMlea at I'ogle & LVh. .c at J. P.. Only 65c lor n boya suit nt J. U. Fogle & Co's. Good calicoes at 4c per yard Fogle & Co's. having filed rortificitrs r W II. Wtl son, shrrifl of the tledion for No-- , An Ohio County Girl Kills Her- - vetnber 1896, showing that at said seir With Mnrphlno at election in November 1806. there were Port Worth. Tax cast tine- hundud and sixty-eigh- t - ASUICIDE. prlnrt Into to voting prealncts ar d Awarded tlffhttt Honors World' Fmr The Bees Will Come It Is With FAIR& COMPANY o Where the goods arc the people will come. We nro showing for the heated term the prettiest line of dimities, lawns, mulls, Swisses ever show in Hartford, it at J. B. wp Leave your ordors fof JOb Work with Tint RnruiiMCAN. PGWiPure. Absolutely I he will Ijc n pienlo nt Render morrow. Everybody invltwl. $1 .50 to- All wool pants for men for only at J. E. Fogle & Co'o. Celebrated for its great leavening Big Hue of wash goods" for little tdrcnglh and henlthfulncss. Assures the food against alum and all forms ol money at J. E. Fogle & Cor8. adulteration common to the cheap Try our cold soda. brands. RovAr.BAKiNa Powder Co., Williams & Bull. Nnw York. Chas. Rogers' Ice. Cream Parlor Is a The Floating Studio Is nt Calhoon. popular place for the young people. Mr. J. E. Rowe was in town this week. Ice drinks of all kinds at Williams & Bell's. Mr. E F. Buskill, is In town- Miss Mabelle Hocker has returned from a visit to friends at Rockport. Remember Bulllngton will give Will sell you Handsome lawns 5c, pretty dimities 5c, domestic organdies 10c, white organdies 20c, dotted Swisses 10c to 30c, Lappet mulIs-lOc-. Any. of these goods are what you want for the hot weather. Besides these wo have a lovely line of fans, white, black and blue parasols; white handkercLiefs, cooling underwear, etc., that you must have. For the gentlemen wo have linen suits, white duck pants, white vest, black serge coats and vests, black luster coats, fancy gingham coats, light airy underwear, belts, shirts, ties and many other articles that would prove very comfortable to you. Visit us for hot weather goods as well as anything else you may want and we are sure to please you in prices and quallity. Hariford gemple of you a good shave, hair Jtrltn or shamMarriage liceusei to Daisy Hoover, RUraa Ilulse. Richard Taylor Geo. Hlllard to Point Pleasant, poo. r Mr. Bills Owen, Owensboro, was in town Sunday. $1 will buy a man's fine shoe at J. E. Fogle & Co's. Yard wide blench cotton for 5c at J. E. Fogle &Co'q. Miss Annie Allen has been quite sick this week. Mr. J. S. Field, Cincinnati, was in town this week. Mrs. E. L. Herring has returned The young people gave quite a pleasant dance over Ford's Feed store Monday night. v 1 Mil o There will be a grand picnic Saturday, June 26, 1897. in tCe-ralv- invited. II you want good soda water and Ice cream go with the, crowd to Grif- fin's Fountain. Rev. J. S. McDaniel, Greenville, was the guest of Mr. J. W. Ford and family yesterday. Select your choice as being the most popular teacher of Ohio county and vote accordingly. from a visit to Olaton. Mr. J. M.McIntlro, Ceralvo.gavc us a pleasaut call Wednesday. Miss Eva Hlues, Rockport, Miss Mabclle Hocker. Is'visl-tln- jc fashions FAIR & CO. t Rev. McKay Jailed to fill his appointment at Macidonla Sunday. Mlfs Ida Daniel Is visiting ner sis ter, Mrs Tig l'elix. at Spring Lick. Mis. R Herring, of Hattford, Is the guet ol Dr. Hyer's family. Mr. John Dugnn is very ill of ty111 phoid lever. Mrs. Alvn Drain is Molly Peyton nt this writing. Miss is on the sick list Born to the wife of S. Ford on the 7th a big glil. Quite a number ol our people are aiming to attend Chlldrens Day at Rosine next Sunday. Bond & Son shipped a car load ol Golda. stock the Mlh OI.ATO.N. $1 will buy a good pair ladies fine Buy your goods nt J. E. Fogle & shoes at J. E. Bogle & Co's. Co's cash store. They will please Call on K. L. Bulllngton for any- you in quality and price. thing in the tonsorinl line. Mr. Dick Bennett, St. Louis, was In town yesterday. He formerly lived Call on Field & Son for the cheapIn the No Creek country. est and best Buggy Harness. Mr. J. R. Hunter and daughter, Mr. L. E. Renter has been appointMrs. Calloway, Smallhouse, gave' us at Centertown. ed a pleasant call yesterauy. "Mr. C. B. Morehead, Centertown, Buy your groceries from Pate Bros. was in town Tuesday on business. They always have the freshest and Sheriff C. P. Keown nud wife spent cheapest goods on the market. last week at the Nashville Exposition. Mrs. E. W. Taylor and children, Mr. R. T. Tweeddell and wile visGreenville, were the guests of Capt S. week. ited relatives in Owensboro this K. Cox and family yesterday. Gentlemen shoes in ox blood and Mr. S. C Walker moved his family chocolate lor $1.50 at J. E. Fogle & yesterday from the Hartford House Co's. to the house near the water Mill. Don't hitch your horse out in the Dr. J. S. Coleman will preach at weather, but put him In Fleld'd staGreen River Church In Daviess counble. ty the 4th Sunday in this month. Field & Sou will take the best of Bring us your countiy produce we care of your horse when you come to pay the highest market price. town, post-mast- er News of the suicide ol an Ohio county girl nt FortVoitli,Tex..taJch-ethe city thtough private channels. The name of the young lady was Miss Jennie Slinrer, and she was lirn nnd reared neat Cromwell. Miss Sharer received a good common school educulou, but being bright and ambitious she pushed her wny throrgh college by her own exertions, nnd finannally took n luisls ess course nt Bowling Green. She then went to Arkansas where she taught school, and subsequently went to Texas, whetc she again entered the school room. She wasoflercd the situation for the second term, but wept and told the school officials that she was a failure in the school room and declined the place. They tried to reassure her but she could not be argued into accepting. The brother ol one ol the school board was sheriff of the county and knowing her capacity he gave her a place in his office. She proved a Very valuable acquisition, and her salary was raised at once. Two or three months later she announced that she could not stay in the office any longer, being satisfied that she was not competent to perform the duties required oi her. The sheriff offered her another raise in her salary but she could not be prevailed on to stay, and secured employment in tbe family of a Mr. Smith, a former in Fort Worth. She was an admirable house keeper and rapidly established a place in the aflections of the family. Last Friday the iatnily went away from home and left her alone. Three hours later Mr. Smith went home and found the house locked up. When he went in he found her lying on the floor dead with a bottle of morphine by her side. Along with it was a note saying that her life was a failure and recounting the attempts that she had made to earn a She attributed her lack of living. success to incapacity and want of education, a state of affairs exactly the reverse of the truth. Among her effects was letter from a young man named J R. Davis at Mcna, Ark., where she had formerly taught. It was evident that they were engaged to be married, and also that it was her own fault that the ceremony had not been performed, and that she acTo quit tobacco easily and torever, be mag cused herself of unworthlncss, which ncttc. tull or lite, nerre andjleor, take wealc men the that idea was deprecated by her sweet-hea- tt. strong. wonderworker,Wo or make All druggist, II. Cure guarand 11 Ken-tuckist votes, and the Coutt being sulEclents ly advised, it is ordered and adjudged that said precinct be divided as Beginning at Grten river where the track ol the Illinois Central tial road crostes said tlvtr, thence with tho line of said rail toad track to the boundary ol the Mcllenry voting precinct where same crosses Bald rail road track, and all that part of the Rockport original voting precinct on the South side of said rail road track, to be in one ptccinct and to be called, "South Rockport." and nil on tbe North side ol mid rait toad track to be one voting precinct and to be called North Rockport" vot-id- g precinct, and the voting place In each precinct to be in the town of Rockpott. A Copy attest: D. M. Hocker, C.O.C.C. Select PRrciNCT. Ohio County Coutt. Motion for change of Select voting precinct. This day P. M. Crowder and C. II. Rogers filed notice and moved the Coutt to change the boundary of Select voting precinct so as to include them in Select voting precinct and the Court being sufficiently advised said motion is hereby sustained. It is therefore adjudged by the Court the boundary line between Rosine and Select voting precincts be and the same is hereby changed so as to include F M. Crowder and C. II. Rogers In the Select voting precinct. A copy attest: D. M. Hocker, Clerk. L. M. Wilson moves to change the line between East Beaver Dam voting precinct and Cromwell voting precinct in Ohio county so as to transfer his farm from said Cromwell to said East Beaver Dam precinct as follows: Beginning at a stake on the Cromwell and Rockport road on the west side of said farm, thence South poles to his South-wes- t corner, poles to his thence Noith North-eacorner, thence West poles to a stake where said voting precinct line crosses said line near the corners to L. M. Roach and the W. L Maddox place. A copy attest: D. M. Hocker, C. O. C.C. )oi't Toliieto Spit mil Smok lour Ufa Anajr. a: CREAM BAKING POWDHt MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. A Mr. James Mtthell, wife nnd family, Daviess county, vlsltwl Mr W. A. Helm Saturday and Sunday. The meeting at Union Grove was largely attended Saturday night and In mentioning the funeral Sunday. services held Sunday the writer made a mistake in calling Hlder Kelley's name Samuel. It is Alonzo. The congregation could not be seated Sunday., Brother Kelley is a rising young minister who knows nell how to pull the trigger of the gospel gun. Mr. J. R. Dodson and family visited Mr. S. G. Rhoadsand family Sunday. Mr. Frank Sinnett and wife, ol Whitesvllle; Mrs. Belle Bartlctt and two children, Henderson, and Mr. Taylor Ralph and whife, Adaburg, were among some of the distant visitors who attended the funeral services niNri:ut'ii.i.i Sunday. Mr. Sam Lake lost a fine mare a qulteprev-alent. few days ago of spnsmotic colic. Hog cholera is becoming Democrats have about died out. They cannot lool the people any more Their leaders are about ready to throw up the sponge. Ivan Todd. i The remaining ten per cent, due the teachers is now ready for distribution. Z H.Sholtz, Co. Snpt. Jo I'nrluT Spoke. Shelbyville, Ky Juue 14 Jo A. rariter, tne ropulist candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, spoke here to a small crowd this afternoon. He said that his rmrtv was determin. Notice Tenclirm, Stop drugging yourself with quack nostrums or "cures " Get a pharmaceutical remedy that will do the work. Catarrh and Cold in the head will not cause suflerlng if Ely's Cteam Balm is used. Druggist will supply xoc. trial side or 50c. lull well-kno- of the Twenty-sixtKentucky Infantry Volunteers: Fho'.ogtapher Taylor wlllniakeCab-Ine- t You are urgently requested to be nt Ph tographs lor a short time at Rockport, Ohio county, Ky , on July $1.50 per dozen and will be fuund ev- 3, 1897, to take part in the reunion of ery Monday at hla Photo Car in Hart-lord- . our regiment. As the Green River 39 tf Association meets at the same time and place, we should have a success Mr. Talt is 'succeeding lxjoml his and pleasant day. Your comrade, best expectations in his wotk ol orJos. A Brnnbtt, President ganizing .1 lodge of the Knights oi Sam D. Brown, Secretary. Honor. Eleven Members were added We on Tuesday of this week. Hartford upon getting one ol the strongest new lodges of this order ever organized. We have made a personal examination into the history and workings of the Knights ol Honor, and give It our unqualified so common In summer-tlm- a. endorsement as a fraternal and beneaccompanied by loss of energy, ficial order of the highest type. It is lack of thought-powe- r, means just what it purpoits to be; and we a deficient supply of nourish-- 1 sincerely advise every man in the ment. The vital force Is lost. community to take advantage of the It Isn't a question of muscle and present opportnulty to join without sinew, but of resistance and paying any InHtlon fee. The Lodge endurance. At any age, but will be organized the first ol July. To the comrades h nize. We mall it. ELY BROS., $6Wntren St., N Y. City Rev. JohnReld, Jr., of Great Falls, Mont., recommended Ely's Cream Balm to me. I can euiphwize his statement, "It is a positive cure for catarrh if used as directed." Rev. FrancU W. Poole, Pastor Central Tres. Church, Helena, Mont. o Hilrpllir. There is a surplus in the Treasury which, though it was placed theic by the sale of bonds ol the United Stales to help out the deficiency cnused by the failure ol Democratic revenue legislation to provide the necessary revenues, still the surplus is there. This makes the question of necessary nationil reveuue less important for the moment In comparison Kith the question ol promptly excluding lor-einipottatious lit the Intel ests ot Theie is a surplus in the Protection. Treasury, but theie Is no surplus In the pockets of theAmcilcan working-me- n who want employment Such conditions must speak with trumpet tongues In the ears of United States Senators, and shruld urge the passage of the Tariff bill at the earliest possible cay. There should be no delay for fine quibbling over the amount ot revenue the bill will produce. Fix up the rates on Protective lines and send the measure upon its mission ol Protection to American industries and worklngraen. No member oi tbe United States Senate should be left in doubt of the anxiety among the people for the speedy passage, in some reasonable form, of the Dingley bill. Members ol the House are urging the matter, and the people throughout the country are making their Voices heard in the Senate. (.Economist. Niirplno nml Mrs. Ambrose, of Sulphur Springs, was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Polly Collins, this week, Dr. and. Mrs. J. S. .Coleman are ats tending the Baptist Association at Georgetown this week. Don't smother to death, but keep cool by taklngcream sod a at Williams & Bell's Drug store. - Un Go to Griffin's Drug Store nud keep cool by eating Orange Smash, Pine Apple, Bon Bon &c. A large number of people from Hnrtlord attended Children's Day exercises at No Creek last Sunday. "Misses Mabel From all that can be gathered it is evident that she was afflicted with a moibid sensibility that finally wrecked her mind and led her to take her life. Her people are among the best citizens of Ohio and Butler counties', and the news of her death V'as a great Path Bros, shock to them. A strange thing Lyman Williams has moved his about it is that her home letters, Lau.idry office to E. L. BulHngton's which wete vety frequent, were exbarber shop. Save your work lor tremely cheerful, her situation and prospects being spoken of in the most . . . him. satisfactory terms Inquirer. Dr. J. R. Pirtle is attending the Association at Owensboro this Dental Jno. Willis left home about two week. weeks ago nnd has not been heard of since. He had been working for Mr. T. J. Lea.City Tax Collector of and left without telling Owensboro, visited his sister, Mrs. Esqr. Vaught was going. W. G, Hardwick, Saturday nnd Sun- - anyone where he Sunday. What Hood's Sarsipatilla has done Mr. W. S.Kirby, oi Dallas, Texas, for bthers it will do foi you. Hood's who has been the guest ol Mr. W. B. Sarsaparilla cures all blood diseases. Render and family has returned to CHANGE Uf PRECINCTS. his home. . ed to go ahead in future independent ol the sllverits. The Populists met this mornlmr and decided to put out a full ticket for county ofiices. Leonard Drane was nominated for Representative, Kirk Reese for Circuit Clerk and George teed. Booklet and sample tree. Address Gibson for County Clerk. The va Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York. cancies will be filled later. WHERE IS IT? Goo. Mllos.of Davidson, Hunt- We will buy your bacon and hams. Carson & Co. What is meaner for a subscriber to do than to take his county paper tor one year and then refuse to take it out of the office nnd have the postmaster to notify the editor that he "don't want it any longer." Does it take a subscriber a whole year to de- ing for Somo LostMonoy. Mr. George Miles, oi Davidson sta- tion, Ohio county, is in the city, on the hunt of $3,500, which his father is known to have had before he died. Evan A. Miles was a hard working farmer, who lived near Fordsville. as honest as men are ever made, and one of the most successful tobacco raisers in the country where he lived. He had a large family, but was very economical, nnd It was always thought that he made more money than he spent, though no one ever knew that he had any great amount of ready cash by him. The only hint he ever gave ot it was three or lour years ago, when be took a trip to Shelby county. On starting from home he took his daughter aside aud told her that if anything should happen" so that he did not get back he had enough money in bank to bury him and give the children $500 apiece. He came home and nothing was ever said about it. When he died he gave directions that his body should be burled in a particular spot under an apple tree in his orchard. The exact spot was not deemed suitable and the grave was dug a few feet away. Some time afterward the daughter rcletred too, told the other members of the lamily what her father had said to her and au examination ot his papers was made. A particular pocket-booin which he kept his most important papers was mising and no trace of it has ever been found. Then his Insistent dlrecl'ons as to the location of his grave were called to mind and it was thought possible that he had buried the money there, A search was accordingly made, but it was not found. A further quest of his papers was made and tbe result was tbe same as above, except that ot a vague memorandum was found leading to the inference that the money was in a bank Mr. Miles came hete in Owensboro. and inquired of all the banks, and at all but one he was told that no such Here he account was In existence. was told to look tor the papers, and if they came up all right the money would be paid. He went back and looked all over the place for several days and returned with the informacould be found. tion that He believes that the money Is in tbe bank and this afternoon he employed an attorney to Investigate the matter and if possible to ascertain the whereabouts of the missing treasure. This is the story as related by Mr. Miles, who is a very trustworthy He is the agent ol the young man. I C. railroad at Davidson, and has a k termine whether he wants n paper or not? No, don't do that way. If you want to quit taking a paper, pay for what you have got and then politely request the business manager to stop your paper. Glasgow Republican M mm llml n kevm Allnck. "Having n severe attack of rheumatism and malaria fever and not receiving benefit from medicines prescribed, I began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla. I was very weak at that time. After taking three bottles I was relieved and at the end of three months I was cured." James F. Miller, Grundy, Kentucky. Depression of Spirits , ; nusrnow. The Methodist Church will their quarterly Conference lu Christian Chinch at Sugar Grove on Stturday before the third Sunday iu Tliey are looking for a this month. good congregation on that day. especially in youtn, it involves the risk of lung disease. Loss hold of flesh and a cough are threatthe ening signs. SciSEiiioft of Cod-liv- er Mis. II. M. Allen, who has been veiy III with Brlght's disease ol the kidney, is able to be out again. Some honey lover lilted and carried oway a bee cap last Friday night be longing to T M. Daugheity, There is no clew to the title! only they leit a cliijrl II Morris is repairing F M Crowd-er'Clodhoppkr. house s Oil, with tha hypo-phosphit- meets these cases perfectly. It tones up, fattens and strengthens. In Scott's Emulsion the taste of the oil Is fully disguised, making It almost as palatable as milk Bcorr For Ml A at wa- - sad ii o by 11 dfaisjlsts. Bowks, iitg. Chemists, Nt York Rev. G. J. Bean will preach at Kimbley nnd Mary Sulphur Sptings next Sunday. The Owen, of Owensboro, are visiting relatives and friends in Hartford this Spring Ground will be opened free to everybody. week. The following named persons have Wewant yourproduce, will pay you paid their subscription to Tit 15 Rethe highest market ptlce and sell you publican since our last issue: J. goods at a very low pi ice. C. Herrell, Hartford. J. B. Poolb & Co. We still have a few pieces of Remember Field's 'bus meets all queensware that we will sell cheap trains. For the most pleasant ride to for cash. Call and see them, leave your order at Braver Dajn, Pate Bros. Field's Livery Stable. Mr. D, M, Hocker lost his fine, sadThe colored people of Taylor Mines dle mare last Monday of rheumatism have organized a Masonic Lodge. J. of the heart. She was a fine mare D. Walker was elected Master and and Mr. Hocker valued h.er highly. Jno. II, Glover Senior Warden. A Cull. Centertown, Ky., June 14. We the Hon. C. S. Taylor, of CroinweU. passed throngh Hartford last Friday undersigned citizens ol Ohio county enroute to Shlnkle Chapel to attend irrespective of party, desiring a faithful and conservative man for the ofthe County Sunday School Convenfice of Commonwealth's Attorney, and tion. knowning E. P. Neal to be able, honorable nnd industrious, request him Messrs. D. R. Thomas, G. T. Ab Yelser, M. Bean, T. H. to become a candidate for that impor-toffice and pledge him our vote Black, as. Hudson, Wayne Griffin and A. E. Pate are at the mouth of and influence in November next: C K Reneer, Muddy Creek this week on a fishing I, E Reneer, " M L Ashby, A L Bishop, trip. " G F ChapmapJ A Reneer, I'ninilo llnnlwlek Nowiiikii Iftnil. J fln. , Brown, J B Ward, News reached Hnrtlord Wednesday LC Chas, Collins, T II Benton, evening that Mrs. Fannie Hardwick R C Ashby, W J Heflln, Newman was dead, and n gloom was P Vincent; T M Shull, spread over our little city, for she was J B P Tichenor.M.D , P M Heflln, universally popular here where she W Hancock, II R Bennett, was born and lived until she married. McMllllon, John Romhilt, Mrs Newman was born In Hartford II M fi Ashby, II T Maddox, October 7, 1870. and was married to 1 1 Ashby. T R Bishop, Mr. Geo. R. Newman October 7,1889, Win M Bishop. 'W II Hill, who was then living at Central C II Tichenor, City; died Wednesday at the residence C L Woodward, R Tichenor, John T Rone, of Mr. E. W. Taylor, of Greenville, E G W Rone, It T Allen, where she was visiting, and the reF D Reneer, II J Brown, mains were euterted in Oakwood B W Oglesby, V B Cuitis, Cemeterymenr here yeqtetday morning J M Carter, J M Bishop, aftet funeral services at the recidence S W Rowe, Jim Rowe, W. G Hardwick, ol her biother, Mr. G B Stermau, Lee Bennett, conducted by Rev. I. S. McDaniel. A Bratcher, Joe Jones, She was n consistent member ol the 8 TRKlnckeloe, D Jackson, Methodist Cliuich and had lived an C Taylor, I M Stearman, upright christian, life. She leaves a L Win A Taylor, E C Brown, relhusband and a host of friends and FIclden Taylor O O WUllanw, atives to mourn her loss. TCTroglen, W P Rndef.Sr., Thus the good Lord has seen fit to Samuel McOlure, WattTayldr, pluck from eaith one of His sweetest Nat Linnley, Warren Liudley, jtfwels mid IcAvea another vacant W Tichenor, J W Coudiet, chair mound the hearthstone ot what L U W Rowe, L Williams, was once a large fimlly of children. Virgil Bishop, U S Faught, T:ik RhPUDLicAV joins the many Ivla Render, L I) Ashby, Inends of the family In sympathy. J M Baldwin. Wes-terfiel- ROCKTORT AND MCHENRY PRECINCT.'. On motion ol Joe Hocker it is ordered by the Court that the following change be and is hereby made in the boundary line of Rockport and voting precincts- - Beginning on line of said precincts at J hn T. Hue tier's, thence South to Joe locker's, including i.im in Mcllenry preto Virgil cinct; thence North-we- st Faughts on line of said precincts, said Faught being in Mcllenry. A copy atcest: D. M. Hocker, C O C.C. Mc-He1 Hood's Pills act easily aud promptly on the liver and bowels Cures sick headache. Tucket Line. The Evansville aud Hartford Packet, Janie Rae, leaves Hartford for Evansville every Tuesday and at 6 o'clock a. m. Arrives at Evansville every Tuesday and Saturday at 9 o'clock p. m. Returning leaves Evansville lor Harttord every Tuesday and Friday at one o'clock p. m., arriving at Haitford every Wednesday and Saturday at 4 o'clock p. iu. For cheap rates on freight apply-oboard of boat or to las. F. Carson, agent, Hartford, Ky. Your patronx age solicited, Capt. W. II. Moork, Manager. Unrllurd-Ktnuavllle Sat-day n East Hartford Precinct. Ohio County Coutt. Motion for change in boundary ol E. Hattford voting precinct. This day John M Leach and others filed notice and moved the Court to change the boundary line between E. Beaver Dam and E. Halt ford voting precincts, and the Court being sufficiently advised said motion is hereby sustained, and it Is therefore adjudged by the Coutt that the boundary line of said precincts be changed as follows: Beginning at the bridge across HurricaneFork of Muddy Creek on the old Hartford and Morgantown road between the farms ol John M. Leach and Thad Barnard; thence with said road towards Cromwell to the corner of J. B. Sandcrlur and ohn Oldham's line; thence north with said line between Oldham and Sandeifur's (arms to Hurricane Fork ot Muddy Cieek; thence up said creek so as to include into E. Beaver Dam voting piecinct the farms of J. N. Oldham and Floyd Baize from E. Hartford voting precinct, and the farms ol J. M. Sandetfur and James McSherry from Rosine voting precinct and Rob ert Mosely and Tortence farms, also the farms of Mrs. Sallie Barret from Cromwell voting precinct said line to run as above mentioned then on a line Horn said creek so as to strike Liberty road near Mrs. Sallie Barrett and to include her in E. Beaver Dam This line is to rup so as to precinct. leave J. B. Sandetfur iu E. Hartford voting precinct. Copy attest D. M. Hocker, Clerk. 1 Capt. OP TOLEDO, OHIO. rhe Oreat Rslrway Dstectlve Tells What Dr. Miles' Remedies Hve Don For Himself and Wife. Jas. A. Duffey, store there Inquirer. .' rockport precint. S li FULKKHSON KT AL motion. Divide Rockport votinc. precinct. S L Fulkeisoaet al having filed a petition to divide Rockport voting to LOST About one month ogo, fit een head of hogs, one sow, eight pigs The shoats will and six shoats. weigh about 80 pounds, marked left ear cropped, the right split, the pigs The sow's mark Is are unmarked. Any Inunknown, but is marked. formation leading to their whereabouts will be liberally rewatded Mrs. Tkx A. Gray, Westerfield, Ky. .HTEOTIVE work requires eonstaut vlglUnct), steady ntttv, a Clear bead and aotlTe braln."A year ago." writes Cupt. Duffey, of Ml Orchard St., Toledo, Ohio, "I overworked myself, was la sucb a condition sleep was trnpoatlhle. I was so nervous 1 couia not lie Id bed; my arms and limbs tirttehd and my systemseewetl completely exhausted. I brgan using I)r Miles' Nervine and the fourth bottle restored me to health, Mrs. Duffev had suffered for eighteen years with heart disease, bad tried every remedy without avail until she took Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure two years ago. fur the past yeas she has been free from tbe tiouble" Dr. Miles' Uemedles are sold by all druggist under a positive guarantee, first bottle benefits or money refunded Hook on Heart . and Nerve sent tree to all applU-autsOU. MILES MEDICAL W, Elkhart, Iud. iTfljr AK-'xAtitet- .mtTtiK,nJti-Lt-i.iii- . A'.kJi. JmmjjTLJHggjjBKMX gained entrance to the mansion, once regiment of soldiers during tne civil Inside he. Prince, forced ttpeii Gen war belongs to Gen David Hunter In KRIDAY, JUNH j8, 1897. 20th Reg of C. U. ornl Preicott's bedroom door with isr.j. When th butts ol the head and captured his S troops win rady to leave Kickers man before he could recover from his Iil in I f r 'itvirc, the members 01 the COLORED DECOnATION. Un 011 Ia- tguc of New York projiosed surprise. II ilfonl, Ky., My 39 This was a double military stroke to ive tlieni a reception, but some of Address prepned snd delivered by Rev. J. II. as an Important prisoner war made the member did not n lull to expose White on the occasion of Decoration nnd an American General was set free th hi to a mob t f violence and they informed the commander of the regl-miof tin- colored soldier's graves. Sub in the perton ol Maj Gen. I.ce. Cut lint I ram, nnd asked him In recognition of the valuable serv ject "A Tribute to our Pollen He. " ice of the Rhode Island negro troop II he thought be could get through rics To which the brave comIn this wr I will report to you the the city. Hi MRtts: I mil asked by Washwords ol Rev. Dr. Harris litintelt n mander replied: ' Give me room to ington ltidson G. A. K. Post to adhnd my regiment am' if it cannot dress you on this occasion, and pjy white man and a soldier. He said: a tribute to our fallen heroes, who 'Yes n leglment of negroes fight- march through New York it is not lit lought, bled and died on the field of ing for our liberty nnd indepenence; to go into the field." This settled not a white man among them but the matter. The police cleared a battle. The negro race is of greatest an- their own officers stationed in the space for it to land nt 361I1 street and with bayonets, loaded muskets, martiquity; a hardy peoule;cndowcd with same responsible position." some enviable qualities; has and is front Had they been unfaithful or given shal limbic nnd corapiny marched struggling under almost insuperable away before the enemy all would have they through the obstacles and burdens; but his albeen lost. Three times In succession nrst aristoratlc st eet in thcrlty. ways been loyal to the old flag which were they stacked with most desper-- . Their ininly appearance and military now floats over a free United States. ate valor and fury by well disciplined bearing produced the wildest enthusHe has shown himself worthy and nnd veteran troops, nnd three times iasm nnd cheering The match becompetent to a commendable degree did they successfully repel the as- came a triumphal procession, a perthat he has contributed and does by sault, and thun preserved our nrmy fect ovation, as n hundred thousand bis right, strong arm add to the ma- from capture. They lought through loyal citizens, including some of the terial development of his country; the war; they were brave, hardy wealthiest and most refined ladies and nnd as a soldier he has inevcry strugtroops; they helped to gain our liber- gentlemen showed their approval by gle of his country for liberty; he has ty and Independence. encouraging plaudits and enthusiasmarched forward to battle, laid bare Once more we mention the negro tic cheering, waiving of handkerchiefs nnd showering them with boquets. his noble breast, fought like the soldier in the strife. I bravest, and died by the thousands Thus with their valor, heroism and In a battle in charge of Gen. Stump that he might attest his devotion to the Americans were badly repulsed; patriotism won for them due recogthe cause he loved, In a critical moment a negro by the nition at the hands of Banks, Thorn- There never was a braver, ruoie do- name of Jeffrey, who was only a corns as, Sherman, Sherlden, Grant and cile, more reliable, self sacrificing sol- mon soldier, rushed forward and President Lincoln, and the libertv loving people from Maine, the pine dier ever doned the uniform or bore mounted a horse and took the comarms more credibly against the coun- mand and gained the day for the tree state, to Calilornlt, the golden try's foe, no student ot history will Americans. As a reward for this suc- shore on the west. Tell it to your children that their aueetlon or deny this assertion. cessful bravery he was titled Major With these facts stated we will Jeffrey. Long alter the war he was fathers rallied to the ttara nnd stripes for freedom and the Union to the proceed to some historical facts. respected by all classes for bravery. Historians tell us, even when a There were nt least 50,000 negros to the number of 192 000 of black slave, that the negro Ins shown a who fought to gain American inde- braves as true and tried as ever pullgreater willingness to lay down him- pendence. Tell your In battle they were the ed a trigger of a musket. self upon the altar of his country than acknowledged equal of the white sol- children they fought in 449 battles. the white man North or South was diery. Then let the negro sing and Tell them that 8o,oco laid down their lives lor the Union. Tell them of the willing to let him do so. feel the force of these lines: massacre ol Ft. Pillow where every But a wise, providence "Our country 'tis of thee, negro soldier, 262 in number, were Sweet land ofliberty." lias unwanably opened the way, nnd Oh, ye young men, sons ol veter- -' slain, lie has gone to do all he could to We will make brief mention of the save this government from its foes. ans, and ye women of the race learn Hence we behold him in the war for with pride what the black American engagement at Port Hudson. Col. American independence against Brit- herors did in the Revolutionary times I Stafard said to the colored guard, "protect, defend, die for, but do not ish injustics, the war ofi8r2, and to help to give to the world the grand.1... Af ,t.j In. K..I...I11.... .. I..fc .I.. ' est republic ever known. surrenderthese flags." Anselmas Plaucancos. the colored Federal Government. THE NEGRO IN THE WAR OP l8l2. guard, said: "Colonel, I will bring To follow the history of our counTHE NEGRO IN THE REVOLUTIONARY. And here before the war vas on we try we come to the war of 1812. This bick these colors to you in honor or find a negro in the person ot Chrlspus war was waged against the British as report to God the reason why." Brave words were these. After a Attucks in the streets of Boston en- a protest against the insults which deavoring to repel the advance of the that government perpetuated upon long march they reached the scene of The strife cul battle. They were repeated ordered British troops on their march through our Nation's Navy. feeling against these mlnated in the battle of New Orleans. to charge the enemy's stronghold acd the city. The soldiers on the part of the citizens That city, which is the Queen City of repeatedly they obeyed with alacrity was intense, urged on by the popular the Gulf, was threatened by the nnd undaunted courage, under a torindignation, Chrisps Attucks, the invasion of the royal troops. This rent of giape shot and musket balls. It was cannons to the right of them, leader, advanced upon them with his caused great alarm among the Americans. The hearts ot the people beat cannons to the left of them, cannnons motley crsw,using as weaponsstones, General Jackson, in front ol.them. Worried and thunclubs, and clenched fist crying, "the heavy with fear. of these soldiers is to who was in command ot our interest dered stormed at with siiotand shell. way to get rid attack the main guard; strike at the at that time, called for volunteers. What must they do? Theirs was not The black sons of the republic rejoic- to make reply; theirs was not to rearoot; this is the nest." The order was given and the attack ing in the opportunity given to serve son why; theirs wai but to do atd was made. The British fired upon their country flew to arms at once die." Seven times they chirged the them and Cbrispus Attucks fell dead. 500 of them placed themselves at the confederate fortress only to fall back This brave negro leader was the command of General Jackson. These with diminished numbers. It was first to shed blood and that his own were the more acceptable because the here that they proved to the world Poor AnselHe with whites were divided on' the issues of that negroes will fight for American independence. the three white heroes who died on the war. The hour of conflict came mas did not return back with the flag that spot were buried in the same on. Every man black and white wan as with hundreds of others of his comrades but reported to God the a General in himself and an invetergrave. Of these the poet says: ate foe. The enemy advanced, the reason why. "Long as in freedom's cause the wise Hal I the time to speak ot the batorder to fire was given nnd executed contend, Dear to your country shall your fame with precision and deadly efhet. tle of Milken Bend, 1't. Wayne, Olus. extend, When the smoke of battle had tee, Roykens Mill and a score of othWhile to the world thelettered stones cleared away the British were gone ers I would do so, but I must say at shall tell, Where Caldwell, Attucks, Gray aud and leaving their dead and wounded the battle of Nashville 10,000 black Manericlc fell." on the battle field dyed in their own Phalanx soldiers were arraigned In The scene of this sacrifice was unbattle array and alter the smoke oi blood. der the shadow of Fannel Hall, known The day was the Americans with battle had cleared away 3,000 njgro as the cradle of liberty, and within equal honors to the black and white heroes were found dead on the battle Yea, a noble sacrifice on freewhose sacred precincts the body ot heroes. Thus we see again freedoms field this hero was laid in state till the day cause defended again by the noble dom's alter. When Gen. Thomas rode black heroes. I will recite to you the over the battle field and saw the bodof burial. American discontent with British words of the Hon. Robt. C.Winthrop. ies of the colored soldiers laying side by side, he turned to his staff and taxation without representation in In Congress in 1S50 he said: creased until the Revolutionary war I "But however It may have been in said: "Gentlemen, the question is broke out in all its fury. Here the the northern states. lean tell the Sen- settled; negroes will fight." Thus black hero claimed first honors ator what happened in the southern ended the war elevating the brave states at this period I believe I shajl black heroes crowned with glory and There is a historical spot in Charleston, Mass., marked by that old Rev- be born out in the saying that no reg- Imperishable laurels. olutionary monument at Bunker's iment did better service at New OrWhen, theieforc thelast drum shall Hill, It was here on the 17th day of leans than did the black regiment, beat, the last bugle note, and the roll June, 1775, that the troops of King which was organized ULder General of the Nations shall be heard and the George pitched battle against the Jackson himself, alter a most glorious names of Philip, Leonldas, Alexanhardy son of the Irrepressible Ameri- appeal to the patriotism nnd honor of der, Hanibal, Crusar, Napoleon and m cans. The gallant British Maj the people ol color of that region, and Wellington are sounded on the lips ordered the charge, saying, "the which alter they came out of the war of the worshipers ot heroes, with day is ours." His commanding pres- received the thanks of Gen. Jackson equal praise shall be heard the names ence and couiagc so alarmed the in a proclamation which has been of Attuck, Peter Salem, Capt Callox, Americans that none seemed to know thought worthy of being inscribed on Col. Shaw, the tallented and Web. Then It was the pages of history." what must be done Tou6ant, L Overture. A race with that Interpld negro soldier, Peter All of this and more also might be such indomitable courage under such Salem, advanced to the front leveling said ol their valor In the Navy. diicouragement, must have under his gun at the King's officer, sent a God a future Inspiration and gloriTHE NHC.RO I.N THE LATE WIR. ball through his body and he fell as Lastly we come to deal with our ous. did Goliah of Gath before David. We tail not to remember the fallen heroes in our lute war. This shot won the day for Ameriveterans and bow our heads First let it be remembered, as in can freedom from the British yoke. the Revolutionary war, the negro In recognition to you nnd your So long as Bunker Hill monument was not wanted. As you IJven President wives, daughters aud sois sUnll stand, so long shall be retuem Lincoln Tenmrketl to Dr. Payton, of decorate the gravs of your fillen rfe- liersd the black hero of that day in Clucago, when urged to press the roes from jeai to yejr you perpetuate the minds of a patriotic people. negro into service said: "If we were those Institutiom f patriotism, cour-Hg- e We notice that the negro shed his to arm them I fear and Mai which has nude this that in n lev weeks owu blood first and was first to spill theanus would be in the hands of the government tlw noblest nnd grandest the blood of the enemy to give to rebels " over which the stais and stripes ever America her freedom, her independ-eic- e, In short they did not belitve thnt hung. &c. the negro would fight nnd seemingly We again make mention of another demanded that lis prove hi.iiself a solA REMINISCENCE. negro who comes in for honors by the dier before lacing the enemy, remind. lume of Salem Poor. He was a man Ing us ot the father who told his boys Ono Young Woman's Impression cf oi dignified bearing, fearless as u never go near the wnttr until they '. Fannie Kembla A solilier nnd trusted as a comrade, had As one looks back over a period of Irsh- - ' learned to swim. And the l'liteen white mtn of eminence who man who could not get on his boots ten or'twelvo years on tho pooplo who have crossed one's path In that had full knowledge of him has this to until he had w m them awhile. 'line, what a strangely confused of him: The negro believed with an unlaaas of Images appears I Somo aro "To set forth tht particulars of his swerving faith that Solouu 11 was the of absorbing Interest, others very ooiiduct would be ledhus, we beg one cause ot war and that God was much tlie rovera, but all nil Ice, from leave to wy in the terson of said nenow ready to punish the oprsssm sheer force of numbers, are blurred gro soldier centers a brave, gallant and let the oppressed go free some of Tlio and Indistinct. sildier. The remarks due toso great course of their favorite song ol that these passing figures have disenand distinguished a character we sub- period was, "It mutt be now dat de tangled themsolvos from tho crowd aud beooinp clear and vivid. Lot mit to Congress," Kingdom am comtdg and de ea ob mo try to photograph one It will I relate to jou another daring jubilee." Naturally he was anxious only Le a snapshot, feat of a negro soldier in New to do all he could aud lay in his pow ' I see a small and somowhat fierce Lieut-Col- . ltettun hid er to save the Union hy piittiug 1I1 wn old lady ota wonderfully dignified Pott, R. I. Tlio sceno is a mountain th dan for the capture ol the British the rebellion ajid prove hliinelf oi presence. hotel high In the Alps; I ouu hear M J Gen Prewolt The negro toll the coveted boon of fitedmu (Mr was named Prince. Darton and speech made in tlie enily dai ol the :the wuterfull behind It now, and tho Worcegi. r Mass . I'Imb -- um tinkling f the cow balls, nnd nflr were I together. The uers-i-at I il n it h,i tiy Miicmber mv fright on be.ir th war f rd was misled by them, The ipt ik T,ut .niy lliu 11 to t it ing pn u ted to tho aforesaid old Prince by vel' ittl.' h m r was re.iclK'l Imly Ia tho Ituul liuetasa with whom The honor ol orgamzirg thr first both she and I woro staying, iu i. tttd wins with his hard head H rtford Republican. . - Trtwn Ton tnlte IImmI'h rill. Tin- - Mr, oM faab-lontaugarSMtftl I'UH. whh-l- i tear you all to r4fes, ara mt III Itwllb HimhIi I mylotnko No Gripe 19 Gonoral Diroctory. SrATK OI'PICIAT.S (i. -Z nm'tti nmntriwm mumm n -nt. Ooteriinr William 0. Hrtullsy. LinH. Qnveriini -- v. J. Wurth-ingloi8"erctnryof State MWraWwiiiinmHiiiiimii ejm 1 MM - and easy to ewrHt l (run of Itontl'a fills, wliii H iro up to iIkI In ewry rri 1 Oafs, nrUila and inn- All drtiMltts. M r I HimhI A Co . Lowell. Mam. Tba only lTlh to take n llli Howl'a Karsapnrlll. MOOdS PHI Charles Kliiley. W. S. Taylor, Attorney General miliar -- Samuel 11. Stone. Trunin rer Geo. W. Iong. Ciiiiiiiilsaioiier ot Agriculture, Statistic Lucas and Moore. Hiiprititendent Public Itntructlmi-Oe- o t KDrjmcrr" vmim - - & -- .jut-zs llor-ticul'u- re Sasiorsa AYcGclnblerrcparalionrorAs slmitatlng UtcToodMulIlcdiila tlngllicSlonuichanndUowbof SIRF? THAT THE FAC-SIMILE I these words: "Mrs. Jiemuie, younrr woman Is n groat friend of mlno ' A pair5 tof plorcliiK oyes scanned my faco, and thorn was n terrlblo pauso before n dcop, tmglo voice mado tho embarrassing reply: "Is ho a good young woman?" It was Somowlmt difficult to onll up tho right expression at such short notice, but I looked as good as I could, and something clso fortunately distracting her attention my morals woro not further gone Into on that Occasion. Thoro was somothing regal, something of tho stage queen hi Funny Kem bio's appearance, and lier into the table d'hote room of an oventiig might, from its ceremonious dignity, has been thnt of n sovereign Into tho throne-rooHow sho iorrifled us all, and how sho snubbed us nil hi turn, especially the old gentlemen of tho party, until not one of thorn could be got to sit next lj,ar at the table! She tinted all nien, we wore told, for the sake of tho fiusband she had separated from long njro; any of tho small courtesies of society offered by thorn wero rosouted as insults; and well do I recollect 0110 of the most courteous of men saying to her one night at dlnnor: "Do you think, Mrs. Kerablo, that we could get up a rubber of whist this evening?" and her cutting reply across the tablo: "I don't know it you can; I Sho had a great fancy for bllber-rio- s, nnd complained that we young peoplo never thought it worth whllo to bring hi any fruit except Alpine strawberries; so my brother and 1, wishing to give tho old lady a treat, At. Dsvl'on IUgiiter Land Office Clias. O. Hoynold. , this Initironce Bureau Comintiwloiier-D. SIGNATURE op s V. Comingore. !)y. Adjutant General L. It Collier. 8iate Librarian Mrs. Mary Ilrown ItAir.llrtAII fYlMttOMInNltltS. .Tno wjMu.YiuaaMi 1 1. 7 st. urn Promote3ftigcslion,CJiectfui-ncs- C. Wood, chairman; .T. P. Damply. It. S. Irwin. Beorctary Samuel P. Drown. OONOEFS'IONAU Not NAitc otic. Bttvteroijn-swvizimMa nml RcslConlalns ncllltcr Opium.Morpliiiic norlfincxal. Y&mu IS ON THE WRAPPER OF EVERY Permtors linn. William C. Lindsay, Hon. J. U. 8. Blackburn. K'pmuntntivo Fmirth Distriot dun. John W. Lewis. STATE LKOtSLATUItlt. 4lxftnnm JMmutt lOrmfitd- - BOTTLE OF .Fovcrish-nessmidLoss Sonntor Hon. A, D. James, lleprfaentstlve Ohio County Hxii. C. M. lkrnott. Apcrfcct Tlcmcdy forConslipa-ilon- , Sour Stonuch.DimThoca, Worms .Convulsions OHIO COUNTY, uiiicurr couht. Hon. W. T. Owen. Judge or Sleep Oweis Tac Simile Signature ot boro. Hon J. Edwin Howe, Attorney Oiveojboro. T. II. Blaok, .Tnllor -- Hertford. G. B. Likens, Clerk Hnrtfnn!. B. D. Hi go, Matter CotnniMiinor 11 NEW YORK. giTBllgfS EXACT COPVCF WRAPPER CutorU li tot up la Mtbi oalr. It tlltw tsjrat ta III net 10U la kill, too injuing elit oa lit jit or proaiit Uit 11 11 "Jut ti guftd" aid mtU1 tmvtr enrr Mr- pota." Btt tlut Ta nt !' oh-iI- 11 -- Ilnrtfortl. G. B ' Trustee Jury Fund nril. &Glazffl&U A Hurtfnid. Cnl. P. Keown, ShenlT-IInrtfDeputise Samuel Keown .Tne KoborU. Ilurtlord can't!" ever-rulin- g Fordsvllle; Thns. It. Bishop, Centcrtown; S. T. Stevens, Cromwell. Court convenes first Monday in March and August ami oontinuos three weeks, mid third Monday in May and November two weoks. COUNTY COUHT. II !. 1. 1 Effii! WII, FOR John P Morton, Judge Hnrttnrd. I). M. Hocker, Clerk Harttonl. E. P. Ncal. Altornoy-Hnrtfor- d. Court convenes first Monday in ouch month. KYE1IY member of gathered a great baskotful and pre--. seuted them to her; unfortunately she was not In a good mood thnt day, and wo wore wall snubbed for our pains. Poor Etouny Krmblel tho troubles of life had embittered her, but thore was much that was lovable when she lot her better nature have play, and I can recall unexpected softness nt parting which gave a glimpse of the kind feeling within. She may have been pretty as a young woman, but there was no trace of beauty when I met her, though the remains of consldornblo of IVllfiSSEF'S V oouht. Beteins 011 the third Monday January, April, July ami October. QUArrrKitLY COURT OP CLAIMS. KVKHY family on KVERY farm, in KVBUY vIllaRo. in KVKItY Hun-- and Tcirilnry. Couvenes first Monday in January, and TuHsday after the mow Monday iu October OTHKKCOUNTV CSsBseHJ " FOB KdiiceUiii, FOB Noble Manhood, I'OBTrtiH WniiinHliMM. grace manner and gesture. Chambers' Journal Pneumatic Mall Tubes. YORK WKKKLY Tho pneumntlo tube 1ms made another advance. The post office department has oontrorted for mall tubes between the oentral office and the Reading & Pennsylvania depots, in Philadelphia, says the Ledger, and also between the Now York 19, September 18, December 18. and Brooklyn post offices. It Is B. P. 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