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SSrery expectant nuitlior lias If alio Horn not Thi Haeteord EEPUELICM. orrici.L orcai; of the part? in the fourth congressional sfc tfc A AiA A ''JfcLlf-l- 1 f "Nothing else like it:" The most rcfreshinc and pleasant Soap for the skin. strict, NO. 48. nnKsu AtDICATtO I VOL. IX. DARKNESS AND DAYLIGHT, I HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1897. Cutaneous' .JSOA K old ami ynung, with every iuoroasing two inch liettistitrhetl hem nil around AT YOUR HOME $100 GIVEN AWAY fatsVAMmnTic roa thi It. pleasure nnd lasting profit. loner nuascsy.$ Bath It, Or Lights get ready for TJ.p upper sheet la just like the and Shadows of The work is published by the old tRlCE,25fc b there Is no telling You Can Consult a Ronown-o- d lower one The snlt wmte woolen To tho Most Popular Toach-or- s Now York. firm of A. D. and wlutt may happen. of Ohio County--. Pliyslqli blanket has a lum one all Hartford, Conn., whoso Child-birtla full In his now ntnl superbly illustrated It lasts twice as long as others. nroaud it, feather stitched with Asiat Imprint is sufficient mi amulet of tho of uncertainties it A trial will convince you or Its treat work a noblcCliriailnn woman toll ttlio Tun Rni'Uin.icAN has always been Naturo Is not given proper assistance. m.rlt. Will pltaaa tho moit fa.tMlou.. In view of tho great multitude of ic twisted embioidcry silk in pale ot this first clans volume tlirilling atory ol hor pornoual oxper-ion- co oxcoilenco blue. Tnere was it soft pillow friendly to the teachers ot Ohio coun Royal Ootavo, 740 pages. 262 fine women suflerlng froiia some form CHARLES F.MILLER, in Goenel, tompgranco, mleelou, female disease, nnd yri unable to find wit . a slip of white linen, finished at ty, ami uas aiwuys received substanPRDNCII MILLED TOILOT Mtr.ol plalos, portraits, and text illustrations. nnd retiiuo-worIn n great city. No SOAPS AND PUKFUMERY, " any cure, Dr Hart mail, lias announced the bottom with a two inch hem, also tial aid from them nnd we liato now la tho Iwat help you mn use at this tlino. Lancaster, Perm. determined to give $100 00 in x It is a liniment, and when regularly np-- I recent publication h now ootninaod Thotisonds of perpons use Suthcr his willingness to direst the treatment hemstitched. ESTAI3L18HICn, ISA9. A piece ol white canvass, of the to Iho teachers in a voting conpirni iwterui luiinuw ueioro uauy comes. inc so rauoh nltontion nor has nuy land's Bagle Itye Salve who never did of as many cues as make application proper size was purchased from a test. Wo have four prizes, valued at It make tho ml vent may and nearly pain-leother called tortb such ringing words have sore eyes It strengthens weak to him during the summer months, It relieves and prevent "morning ol "God-speefrom miuUtors and ojes makes the vision clear and dis30, 825, S25 and $20, which wo aio without charge. The treatment will dealer in fancy work materials and sickness," relaxes tlio overstrained PROFESSIONAL CARD. by correspondence. used for a spread. Threads wete gidiig togivo away. Wo aro going lo eminent women. It has been preachtinct. It is nice nnd convenient to be conducted rel fovea tho distended feeling, nhort-en- s ed about from famous pulpits, load use. You need It Try it. For sale The doctor will prescribe all medi- drawn all around it, to form a deep allow tho teachers and people to say labor, makes recovery rapid and cercines, applications, hygienic and die- fringe. In the center the mother em who shall havo these presents by tens of tboutands of sulxoribors, by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Two tain without any dangerous tary regulations necsssary to complete broldered a monogram three Inches of tho prizes will be given to tbo two AW Mother's friend la good for only ouo and made Ilia subject of many a clera cure. The medicines prescribe can long, in white and b'ue Roman floss. most popular lady teachers and two purpose, vltj to relieve motherhood of gyman' Stindjy evening lecture. lis HOW TO FIND OUT. danger and pain. be obtained ot nil drugstores. This Blue and while violets scattered over will be lIAUTFUItn, KT. authorship is fourfold, its four .iiitbors given to the two most popular St italkr per bottle at all drug .tort, or lent offer will hold good ony during the the spread were worked with Asiatic gentlemen Will practice his profession in Ohio Fill a bottle or common water glass being 00 lew than; Mrs. Holon Camp-boll- , Wo will pubbymalTi rroripi 01 price. teachers. and adjoining counties, aud court of summer months. Any .woman can filo silk In their natural colors, using lish DKt,mtatnlng Yaluable Inform' riiEE every week two coupons in The Appeals. ltov. Lyman Abbott, D. D., Col. with mine nnd let it stand twenty-fou- r tinn isr wnmrn, wm vo aeni 10 any auaroN Special attention given hours; a sendiment ol settling indi- become a regular patjenb bysendlng two shades of green for the leaves. Upon apfileatioa to Rni'UHLiOAN and all votes must bo collections. V. Knox, and Inspector cates n diseased condition ol thd kidThomas QBca cast side of puh'i. a written statement OlWrtege, condi- This is oneol the handsomest ..bed Tn8 DRADI'IBLD RBOULATOR CO., "' makes no differ- square. used sb printed. It Thomas Byrne,, Chief of tho New neys. When urine stnlns lluen it is Atlanta, (la. tion of life, history and symptom l of spreads I have seen, and it can be positive evidence ol kidney tiouble ence how you get hold of the paper, York Detcctivo Bureau. washed any number of time and will All correspondence VTbo en think M. L. HUAVRIN. Too frequent desire to urinate or pain derangements. SlIKLnvTLYLOR. Wanted-- An tiro pi just so you use the printed form as no Idea or torn tutuil Mrs. Campbell, tho principal in the back, Is also convincing proof will be held strictly confidential. Kin In Ex. No look none the worst lor it. HEAVRIN& TAYLOR, TAMP rrofMC Ml lhV mat t.riat mi w.atik other will be counted. The prizes that the kidneys nnd bladder ore out testimonials of cures will be given to writ JoilN wennKtiDuiiN eo iliit m... writer, certainly was a woman comTiro If liitln ol Gnrdtn. will be distributed as follows: and lut or tno huatlrfri InTantlona want!. missioned of God, and "In His Name" of order. the public except by the express wish Most ot us have met two kinds of WHAT TO DO. 1. To the young lady teacher who HARTFORD, KY. spent many years as a city missionary of the patient. The principal remedy gardms which Alfred Austin, the There in comfort in the knowledge receives the largest number ot votes Darkest New York.'' so olten expressed, that Dr Kilmer's he relies upon in such cases is literally "In Eng.ish poet, differentiates as ownPerry Vesterfield, which every woman should have er's nrdens and gardener's gardens. wo will give one of Geo. F. Cram's What a wonderful work sbodid. How Swamp Root,thegreat kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pain who has any affection of this kind. According to the poet laureate nearly New Universal Globes, valued at $30. devoted and blessed her labors were. in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder Those wishing to become patients Beavkh Dam, Ky. all the grand and costly gardener's It is the finest Globe that is made. It is a stoy never to bo forgotten. and every part of the utinary 2. To the young gentleman teacher It conects inability to hold should address Dr. Hattman, Colum- gardens. And then he alludes to the This uniquo vol u mo presents thwo R. H. WEDDING I utine small cottage gardens, village who receives the largest number of thrilling experiences of Christian en- or bail and scalding pain in passing it, bus, Ohio. ! turn catiiM4ilun Forever cllects lollowlng use of liquor, The Fe-rna Drug Manufactuting or secluded plats, cultivated and made voles we will give one of Cram's New Cum tircts Take un iv ah tit loo or 36c. deavor with tho hundreds of patbecio wine or bear, and overcomes that unIf II C C full to curt .rur fund tnoiif r Company ol Columbus. Ohio, are beautiful and made beautllul by the Universal Atlas, valued at $26. Habtfom), Kt. and amusing scenes that wore packed pleasant necesshy of bnng compelled Will practice his profession in all to get up many times during the sending free to any person written for pathetic expedients of the poor," 3. To tho vounc centlcman teacher the courts of into them; it portrays lifo in a great night to urinate The mild and the it, a neat little pamphlet devoted ex- which seem to have charm that the who receives tho second largest num- counties. Also Ohio and adjoining city by day and by night "As Seen by oxtrcordlnnry eflectof Swamp Root Is clusively to the Notary Fublic. tteatment ol leniale others cannot rival. It is indeed the ber of votes, wo will Ofiice, in Commercial Hotel. gire a scholar-th- in a Woman"; it shows the power of tho soon realized It stands the highest diseases, written by Dr. Hartman, glory ot our beloved art that it is open in KinfrNl Clftmmpi-Ain- l ann rf for its wonderful cuies of the most Gospel to redeem souls from the low:M;- to the hch and poor alike; the former Lousviile, valued at distressing cn.ses. If you need a A 1'rrlect Mirror. $25 est depths; it gives striking testimonies medicine you should have the best Did you ever run across and old seek to make much of it, the latter k obtained and aU Fn.' Carutt, and Trade-M4. To the young lady teacher who ATTORNEY AT of tho redeemed; and from ail tbeeo Sold by druggists piice fifty cents and fMWWMUCfliWUTlWI. MODCRATC FCC. home newspaper, say some ten years find ome of their sweetest joys and receives the second largest HARTFORD, KY. number of Oun Office iOrrotiTi;U.B. PATCNTOrriCK rich and varied experiences it draws one dollar For a sample battle and old or more more Did nu w iauw uic iwiciu m km tuns uua inijin '"'-- - l,ra?tic1e. hlB profession it not prove delights therein. It is one of the in all fh nmntti Irani uttiingtca. living truths for head and boartthat pamphlet, both sent free by malt, extremely interesting as you read its commonest ol events for the poor to votes, wo will give a scholarship in fiend model. drwiar or nhoto with dMnto-- i mention Tub Hartford Republican Jtlott, W pihiie, if pfttrnTal lc or n 4, free of aro worth to any reader ten times the nnd send your full grow flowers so handsome, nnd so Kcnyon CoHego at Hotigensvil.e address columns of local news and personal diavge. Our fe not due till naif nt U twurcd. valued at $20, making in all a total of business entrusted to his with A PAWPHICT. "HowtolM uml'-tenprice of the book. Mrs. Campbell's to Or. Kilmer & Co., Uinghamton, N mention? As you look over its pages abundant, that a monarch might well care. Col U of umln the li. S. aud forciirn cuuntnej lections a specialty. mm frw. AddrrH, Ofiice over Ohio won Y. Tho proprietors- of this paper the many seeming trivial mentions envj the'r success. Flowers are the $100 to give to the teachers. account of rufoue-wor- k is.full ol guarantee the genuineness of this ofWe havo made arrangeraeuta with County Bank. Also Notary Fublic. appr ,jriategift of love, is itstrsnge, iler'ully touching incidents. Stranger fer. carry with them a multitude of pleasorr. Patcnt Orricc, Washington, d. C. then ore, that success in their culture Supt. ohullz totako charge of voting ant and tender associations and you stories nre here told than romanco ever VWWWWVWWIVVWWVWW wonder that you prize the paper so seems to be largely in proportion as contest, to open the ballot box, count dreamed of, every one of thorn drawn (Gmnty aorney; NJIAI.I.IKltt.Sr. tho votes, &c, them? The contest will Vick's Magazine. Mrs. Annie Ross who has been little at the time it was first printed, we from real lilo by n woman's hand. In close on the last day of the Ohio every chapter sho weaves in anecdote visiting her daughter, Mrs. Charlie when you find it so lull of interest HARTFORD, KY. It has been discovered that eye County Teachers' Institute, which Barnard, Beaver Dam, returned home after so many years. It is only when niter anecdote, incident after incident, Will practice his profession in tho salvi s and waters containing sugar ol will be held somo time in August. Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn story after story, anil tho reader's at- Sunday, she was accompanied by her one gets hold of some old lacal paper and views its panorama of the past, lead often produces lead poison fatal The voting will bo perfectly fair, and ties. Special attention given to col tention is held breathless to the ead of daughter and family. F. 0. AUSTIN, M'g'r., Mis. Annie Crumbecker who Is in and reflects on what a perfect mirror to snht, if not to life. You run a Mr. Shultz, together with his Board lections. Offico in Courthouse. tho volumn. "Strange but most sug531 WoBt Markot Stroot Do gestive is the fact," says Bishop Coxo very bad health is the guest of her of local events the newspaper is, that great risk in using such preparations. of Examiners, will count the votes JNO, B. WILSON parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Bar- he benins to estimate its real value as To tlleclually and speedily and per- and the prizes will be awarded tbat twoon 5th and Otb, in warmly commending this volumn, a recorder of local current history and manently cure sore eyes, granulated day. Go to work ami voto for your nard. "that Christ is to bo visited in these Mr. Alva Calloway went to Beaver to realize how wotty of his support lids or styes without the possibility choice. HARTFORD, KY; Send all votes to Z.H. dens and dives; the aro thoso whom and patronage is this lacal collector of evil after effects, use Sutherland's Dam Sunday. Shuliz, Hartford, Ky., and be will SPECIAL attention given to He will bear in mind when Ho says: Mfss Leila May Hunter is the guest and record keeper ol life and doings Eagle Eye Salve. For sale by Z. making f R. I,. BAKER put them in the ballot box. We can also Notary Public lorabstracts, &c, Ye visitod mc'; or, when ho sayt: ol her nunt, Mrs. 1 L. Wood, of of the community, which from week Wayne Griffin & Bro Ohio County. AND Clerks: furnish oxf ra copies of The Repuk-mca- n Office North side of public square. 'Yo did it not to Mo.' " to week and year it so faithfully porI T. O. BAKER. Ererrbodjr Baya So. lo anyone who wants to voto at ltov. Dr. Lyman Abbott's lifelong Ex. Mr. Itstol Brown is in a very criti- trays. II. E. LEESIMMEBMAN, Cascnreta Candy Cathartic, the moat Co per copy. If you want many copLouisville Dental Co., in City Mission work, and his cal condition. interest medical discovery of tlio ago, pleasIn medlctue the best only is good ant r.ud refreshing to tbo taste, act gently ies, leave your order a week before persona share in that work, Mr. Kiah Dsvis has secured the ktilnoya, liver nnd bowels, and positively enough. The beet gives the quickest cleausiiii; tho on entire system, dispel colds, hand. littod him to writo for this school at this place. HArtTFoitD, Ky. heniinclio, and longest relief without leaving any euro biliousness. fovor, habitual constipation Remember we will give 20 votes Will practice his profession In all Mr. Harris, of Mclleury, is in this book. In his introduction and to it he Please buy and try a box the or(J. CO evil after effects. Dr. Bell's Pepper10, !K,r.Occnls. Holdond with every new subscriber to Tiie Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties neighborhood on business sayn guaranteed to cure by all druggists. mint Chill Tonic is mild. It does not Collections corefully and promptly atRepublican. Mr. Fender Bennett, of Bedn, is in Get your friends to "My interest in these phases of city Ofiice with T. J. Smith subscribe and give you tho coupons, tended to. lifo dates fiom my oollego days. this neighborhood selling fruit trees. rack your bones and shock your Looking; Vp, Ftom that day to this over n third ot We are now entering upon a new and by this means your candidate & Co., Market Street. Rev. Lowery Tichenor will preach nerves. Take it and see the results chills andmalariadlsappear as snow eia in our history. The last four will win. a century I havo oontinued tho at Mr. James Fulkerson's the foutlh VIOKERS, studies then begun, and the subject ot before the sunshine of spring. The years has been depressing in Saturday night and Sunday. The the exthis book has been oue of tliegJcat alter effects are sound bone, rich, red treme. subjects of ray study sometimes in quality meeting will be at IJquality blood good flesh and no more chills. Like the kine in Pharaoh's dream, HiiRTroRD, Ky., the third Sunday in August. O literature, often in lite." Will practice his prolession in Ohio Mrs. R, P. Bennett and Mrs. Field-e- n For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. where the lean devoured the fat, and No appeal from temporanco advoand adjoining counties. were as lean as before, the last four Special atBennett, ot Beda, visited relatives h cates can do moro to promoto tbo 4V.M.-t- . A Hut hnnllow tention given to all business entrusted of hard times have eaten up a here last week. An Harlington frog accomplished a years cause of temporanco thau the thrilling 0 lo his care. Ofiice in Republican Mr. J. R. Hunter, wife nnd two most daring feat the other day that great measure oi the prospeious rebuilding. scenes and incidents so well described; sults of theprevious years. Thi tide, Gold Crowns $5 to $7 at least so says Mrs. Mary A. Liver-- , sons aud their daughter, Mrs. J. F. almost cost its Hie. His frogshlp c Calloway, and Mrs. F. M. Klmbley was seen hopping alter a wasp which however, has turned. We no longer Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 3 more and Miss Frances E. Willard. "5 o lteat set ol teeth (no better made look to the luture with gloomy anticiARMISTEAD JONES, visited Mr. S. J. HawUn's Wednesretreated through the grass as fast as Ouo of the raot absorbingly inter a o no matter how much you pay) . $& o o pations. Business is reviving. day and Thursday. t-its legs would travel. Fresently the $1 up esting portions ot tbo book is thas Gold fillings The stock market, which is the Several who attended church at final leap was made; and the wasp '. Silver fllltnff 75c written by Inspector Byrnes given tho HARTFORD, KY.. Nelson Creek weic disappointed as went down nt a single gulp. The sure barometer ol trade, is constantly Itxtractinr;, pet tooth 35c ripo experience of thirty years of o O Will practico in all the Courts of Ohio Taiuless extracting with Vitalized they failed to dedicate the church but grimaces and entire expression of the pointing to better things. Not once E life. Maoy ot tho startling nnd adjoining counties. Special atAir 50c in the last four years have the skies had a good sermon by Rev. Withers frogs actions indicative immediately tention given to collections. Office ItxtractlnK 'rce Vhen Artificial revelations ho makes aro taken from spoon, beeu so cloudless as now With big with County Attorney. of great distress as the hot dose got Teeth nre ordered, Ofiice permanent- his private diary. Thoy havo never bO Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Iglohenrt, ctops coming on and the prospect of ly located hotter. But the frog revived presentc bejoro been published Spottsvlllc, visitod relatives here re- ly and hopped nway to a cool dark high prices for them, due to foreign and Whlikey Habits o cored at homo withThis fascinating volume is indeed a cently. Wanted-ATlf- eSi demand, with n tariff law that will o out rain. Hook of par. coruorto meditate on his color blindto titular mnt Vltfcir wonderful tale of Christian lovo nnd yur tlui Uit nuj Misses Lillie and Bessie Rowe anfrolMtJOHN WKUjlRilUUllN tirtnf roa vreaim Hsfll H3aHsaWaBalBalsWI DM.WOOU.BY.M.D. ness and resolved against n repetition put American laborers to work and WrlU ft CXI l'.lont Attorney.. Wajtblottou, 1. o.,fo? th.lr tI,RJO prlia offer faith, all alive with intense, and strikmce iw n. rryor at. give employment to American capiticipate spending next week with of the dose Bee. vut lut of tno bxailna laTcmlon. waufut. ing reality. The best of it is that it Miss Lula Smith. tal, with the trade of our South run; taiii.i: 1. v. it. 11. iii:avi:ii c A Ua puro and elevating book from beMr. I. C Hill and Miss Miss OHIe KY. American neighbors, we shall be enA Vnltinhie I'rracrlplinu. GOING EAST. E Maddox went to Andrla's Hill SaturEditor Morrison of Wortblngtou, abled to become prosperous, perhaps ginning to end a volume for tho famo Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 a. m. z Ind , Sun," writes: "You have a to u degree never before known. ily circle. Ou this point tho words of day. Rosit Mail No. 222 a 1 02 p. m. c valuable prescription in Electric BitRev. Dr. Twicholl (who has a family No. 202 a 7 25 p. m. Fast Mall ters, and I can cheetfully recommend o c of leu children) ami Itev. Dr. Magoun, GOING WEST. it for Constipation and Sick Headfc 3 No. 201 0717a in. Fast Mall Proaideut Iowa College, are worth ache, and as a general system tonic it Mall No. 2JI n 12 25 p m. quoting here: Dr. Twiclioll writes, 3 O Local Freight No. 291 a 3 25 p m. has no eqtnl." Mrs. Annie Stehle, "My wilo tttys that sho is going to set II. Merrick. Agt. 2625 Cottage Grove Ave,, Chicago, n. our young people on tho book right SUFFERING. O was all run down, could not eat nor Coiitaglous B'ood Poison has been apoff, for the good ii will t them"; and digest food, hail a backache which propriately called the curse of mankind. Thousands of President MngouuMjs, "My family women are It is the one disease that physicians cannever left her and felt tired and weary E not cure; their mercurial aud potash finds, whero other bookioti ourshelvos ' troubled at Courier-Journ- al but six bottles of Electric Bitters re- remedies only bottle up the poison in monthly intero o lack iuterost, ihls ouo always hultW w vals with pains ayttcm, to surely break forth lu a stored he health and renewed her the x o anil rewards attention." in the bead, form, strengeh. Prices 50 cents and $1.00 more virulent system. resulting in a total back, breasts, wreik of the It oootnins Mi superb oiiravius, Get a Bottle at Williams & Bell's c ahoulders.iides Mr. Frank 11. Martin, a prominent ovurv ouo ot them iinulu from photo- hips and limbs. jeweler at 926 Pcnsylvanla Ave., Wash o Drug Stoie. ,tS But they need ington, u.t.'., says: o graphs taken from lilo, mostly by Henderson route Lnuis ille, Hendernot suffer. 01 I was for a long Ilnli.'a licit. ilaih light. Every face U a p rtrait, : son nnd St I in is Railway Company time under treat These pains are symptoms of Mott mothers will agree w ith me ment of two of dangerous derangements that Time Card effective Mv 30, 1897 overy tcoiio a sttru reality. lu lo ikwhen I say there U nothlngtoo pretty the beat physican tie corrected. BAST BOUND The mening at IIimo splendid illustrations tho Wantud To borrow $600.00 on cians of this city, strual function should operate No 42 or two dainty for the baby's bed. 46 44 for a severe case property worth 4 times the amount. Lv. St Louis painlessly. how Gosreader sees at a tjluuoe 7 66tmi 8 S5pm Sometimes we find that the little of blood poison, to SAesTsnPrtf m Call on or address A. B., care The rk is out riwl mi by tby and by 2:2 ipm 2 40am llvansville 650am pel u but my condition cots, shown so temptingly Hendeison 7.15am 3.10am crew worse all Republican. Haitford, Ky. night by rescue bands; he is shown in the shop windows, ate ti o e.tpen. SpoMsville 7:38am 3:07pm the while, notin nut d the way plaoes strange aiglits sive, for our pocketbooks; bnt every Owensboro 8:18,1111 3 44am 4 ooam Til Iilml 1'niiHcrn, withstanding the that aro rarely or uovc r Hen by the Hawesville 9:17am fact that thev put 4 50.1111 James L. Francis, Aldermen, Chicamakes inenstruatiou palulass, one can provide neat and pretty furn? charged me three go, says: "I regard Dr. King's New Clovrtpoit 9:45am 5 03pm 5 10am and regular. It puts the deliI3JU8TA9C00D FOR ADULTS. casual v'.itor; ho is luken into olionp ishings, even though the sheets are hundred dollars. cate menstnial organs in condiIrvlngton 10:45am 6.03pm WARRANTED. PRICE 60 cts. lodgiiig-hmiseami cellars; into tho of plain muslin, and the coverings My mouth was Discovery as an Ideal Panacea lor ArLottisville 12 35pm 7.15pm tion to do their work properly. 7 30am qtiATii, Ilia., Nor. 10, uw, filled with eating sores, my tongue was Coughs, Colds and Lung Complaints, And that stops all tula pain. rarUMadlelaoOo.gt IxiuU, llo. into newsboys' homes ol die only patchwork quilts. WEST BOUND aenlleawai We niKI Ut jer, ret) bottle, ot aim st eaten away, so that for three having used it in my family for the Why will any woman suffer No. 41 OUOVB'8 TA8THI.1WH CIIIU. aMIO n4 hare lodging-housinto the polico and 43 One little lady of our ecqualntance mouths I wajsjy2aple to taste any solid 45 month after month when Wiue has a ciadle furnished so nicely that food. My nail V,W coming out rapidly, last five years, to the exclusion of l.v. Louisville 7:30am 4:50pm 8 05pm of Cardul will-- relieve her? It nothing deteotive departments, olo Irvlngton 9:15am ojpui had costs jr.oo at the drug store. fki.LL3d .. yuur perhaps a description of it will be of audi was In a horrible fix. Inearlytried physician's prescriptions or other Cloverporr 10:11am 7:39pm 10:17pm AUNar.CARB 4C0. teems to be omittod. Why don't you get a bottle various treatments, and was prestations." Interest to nnthers. The mattress Is Wo do not know when 740 pages 1 Hawesville 10:35am 8:0411111 10.37pm aged, when a friend recommended F r s?!e bv Williams & Bell Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa, Owensboro 11:35am 905pm 11 27pm just the size of the cradle, four inches S.S.S. After " had taken four bottles, I For advise, In cases requiring have given us muro genuine pleasure. bcKuti to get bftter, and when I bad writes: special directions, address, giv"I have been a Minister of Spottsvlllc 12:17pm 9'47P"i thick and filled with hair. This is fluiahed eighteen tattles, I was cured II wo speak warmly of tho b ok, It i ing symptoms, "The Ladles' Henderson 12:40 10:10pm 12 20am IIKIi ins. cover! with a muslin slip, made to souud and well, my skin was without a the Methodist Episcopal Church for Evansvllle 1:15pm 10:40pm 11 50am SiMfffWA..siw'ii' berautfo it riohty deservM it. It is Advisory Dcpartmtnt," The I ffiT&mWl Chattanooga Medicine Co., vvLiiiTirrn im fit it exactly, nnd buttoned at one blemish, and I have bad no return of 50 years or more, and have never Ar St Louis 7:32pm 7 20am nMiauia Kiuywil !lI17r.-7?lm- ? sod only by agents, ami Is imo.ing the disease. S.S.S.saved mc from a life Chattanooga, Tenn. All trains run lluouglt solid to end. When this becomes soiled it Is of misery." S.S.S. guarantcd purely tor nd anything so beneficial or that wi" Willi an enormous m'o Amenta who .QGSat. Through Parlor Cars easy tp slip off and exchunge it for a wtfl.ittJe) will cure any case of blood gave me such speedy relief as Dr. Evansvllle. UtS. mitHK LEWIS, itilroducusuolin wrk uuM in h corpotsou. Books on tbcdlsease King's New Discovery." "Try this and Pullman Sleepers on all trains ol Otnullte, Tiist. mm freeh one, ami In that ways the mat-tns- s aud tta treut- " I tots troublad at monihl Inl.jult Louts, Lv.msville and dially welcome f. A bolter work bus with Itrrlbls ptlni In mi h.ad and bach, remedy now. Trial between St. No Ideal Cough la always kept clean. Next met t. muled Louisville. 41 and 42 connects but htia bun anUitrj rtlltita t Win certainly ueVrr come to ourtab'e It Al P.Frtlll " fm Bum Bottles Free at Williams & Bell's at Iivitigton fur Fordsville and there is a quiited pad then the sheet, frcv l.v KHTniutMn Sp.clfi.. Co, latl evept Sunday. will bo retwl ovi-- r uml over again by Diug Slore. which is ot fine white muslin, with a aa JiIW)W;0h1lK, Ua. woll-knoWorth-inglon&Coh dp J Mother's Friend mus-cla- tt d" Tames after-effect- PBIY JT f 111 I KfiorneysQfLaw Attorney at Law i pas-sacc- i u Attorney at Law, - .! I I ?' LAW, post-offi- u, S?aSS C.A.SNOW&CO. 5K le Attorney at JC&w, AUSTIN tiflTEL Louisville, Ky. Attorney at Law Cer-alv- ul Attorney at aw Attorney at J.B. Iv, D OWENSBORO, KY. ... a Attorney at CO. 1 a lood Poison. l So J The Republican I I and the eH for one year for $1.50. CHILL TASTELESS a ' jut fiRewtt1 tfmftlfe ?ffliM m . 4-- a 'W M e; dis-co- y BW-- ffSlj jfVVaiiif nTfjfiTlB mm- yrtlalu 8(t AU-tut- sss rx "Fusion," ssyi the free silver oracle at Hartford, "is purely of a local FRIDAY, JUNK J5. 1897. Yet tbat u oorrsot. obaraoler." Will Benefit the Farmers and Fusion In this county is Offloe on Fox Street. Laboring People loool; being confined to n few local iNonril lit cry r'tlilny nl llnrlliml, Hjr. poliliool bosses liorcnbouts. Alter Washington, June a. SAM A. ANDERSON Editor. November, however, it will not even Nn man in public life Is nearer to be local; It will bo knocked entirely Subscription, $1.26 por yoar the Amrilcnn farmer today thnn out oi existence. ll'iti J. ft DrlgfiAiu, Assistant Secnt Hartford Entered at the as second claw mail matter. Tiik Evening I'ott congratulates retary of Agriculture, whose valuable Ittelfon having promoted harmony service as Master ot the National Wo Grange has brought bin) in close among Democrats in Louisville, tho remark that, that is a touch with that great class of citizsns. venture matter which remains to bo seen. It His views upon conditions and prosmight possibly come to pass that tho pects are interesting to all, but es harmony of which tho I'ott speaks, pccially so to that body of men and deitslnerely in tho vivid immaglnatinn women to whose interests he has voted so much time and thought. of tho orf itsolf. post-office Hartford Republican. TARIFF BILL site who parades himself before the public on every occasion, ridiculing nnd criticising: a man who never will, deserve the contempt of every one. There ar&ttiany such In Kentucky. They did not work or accumulate anything when times were more prosperous and It Is not to be sup Inr nn instant they would do so now. Prom early morn till late ot night they are bridling foilh their criticism, using It as a cloak for their own shlltlessncAS, and an excuse nit to pay their honest debts; Irrrptently allowing their wives to support them with the mite she may earn nt her labor, not imfriq-icnllallowing her to take in washing nnd do other hard labor. The ngltaton is a pub.ic nuisance nnd a detriment to gjowth nnd prosperity. He should be rquclched, nnd this can only be done by n en ol business and bruins giving him a wide berth. It lie must agitate, let him agitate to the winds, the good Industrious cltiz-- n has little time to waste on such n creatuie This class profess to belit vj a house and lot should be dropped down Ii some nice shady spot from some unknown source (presumably by Mark Hanna, who they grown to Relieve is something like the old fabled salt milt that was lost in the ecean, only they believe he grinds out gd'J'or their occupancy and convenience. Men of business realize the gritunl improvement in business conditions during the past, few months, and ate patleutand c6nfenl, But the never dying parasitical agitator is not satisfied, never was, nnd never will be. Many branches of husincss are enjoy ing good patronage, and others ate showing an impoved condition. Painters of Richmond have done mote work so far this season than for the last two or three years. The same is true ot some other occupations And strange to say some papers that claim to have the greatest run of their existence, belch forth on the opposite page, columns of panical prophecies and political nonsense. Thus it is, and no doubt thus it will ever be A man will curse and cripple his own country in order to gain or promote some selfish political end, which ulGive timately leads to ruination the parasite, alias the agitator, alias the croaker, a wide berth' Panta- PTanh. ODDITIES IN BOOKMARKS, Makes a Notable Collection In This Lin. I nm keeping a collection of curl-ou- s n bookmnrks, says n librarian, nnd was first induced to ludo so by n rather humorous cid out which happened bora Thoro wero three very charming youny ladles In tho library ono nftornoon, nnd I was rathor surprised to see ono of them, after glancing nt mo, say somotlilng to lior companions, who Immediately turned round nnd lookod, and tlion thoy all started I felt that In some way I giggling. was tho cnuo of tholr mirth, and nftor they hnd gono was surprised to disco vor a tress of goldeu hair lodged on tho back of iliy coat. I rcmombor n short tlmo boforo placing n book on tho shelf, which had o boon roturned by n reader, nnd tho lock must hnvo fallen from it Tho boat part of this Incident, however, was tho sequel. Two days aftorward a young gcntloman called, nnd, In a somowhnt confused man-nand with n red face, nskod my permission ' to look through tho pagos of a book which at that tlmo was very popular, nnd lu which occurred 8omo very pathotio lovo His dismay was great wlien ho found thnt his bookmark had gone, aud, nftor hesitating for somo tlmo, ho plucked up sufllclent courage to ask me whether I had scon anything of a lock ot hair. I could hardly keep from smiling as I roturned his property, and, without waitiug to thank me, he promptly bolted from tho placo and has never well-knowpro-sumor pas-sago- s. A Librarian ped out war, which inayemi-- t any nation, and about our chances f r beniK involved in war, we rvcnll to the attention of our renders the latent address of Mr Samuel Tilden to ilu AtiT'lcan people, in which he showed, with gnat wealth of Inrt nnd argument, the absolute necessity of putting our h const in tt state lor defense. Mr Ti drn was not first in urging this essential piovlalou lor our safety. In his filth strut! address to the Congress of the United States, Piesl-deGroijt Washington, "first in w.r, first in prrce and' first In the a nt Is king Ill' tiliiRton Wnrilo. Good Is oaaentlal to health. Kvery nook nnd corner ot tho lmits of liiit ctuntfjmen," itated and incontrovettablc nyalcm Is reached by tho blood, and on lta quality thecondltlon ot every organ depends, (lood blood means strong ncrvei, good digestion, robust health. Impure blood means scrofula, dyapepala,rhouma. tUm, catarrh or other dlacaics. The aurrat way to havo good blood Is to take Ilood'a Baraaparllla. This medicine parlOea, vitalize, and onrlehes the blood, and sends tho elements ot health and strength U every nerve, organ and Maine. It crtatea a good appetite, gtvos relrrahlof; sleep and cure that tired feeling. Ilemember, Blood these weighty BEPUL1CAN TICKET. Talking tVith your correspondent Speaking of fusion tho JeraUlis yef terday about the progress of the moved to say: "Fusion has got to be work being done by the Republicans here, he said: Hlectlon Nov. 2, 1897. County County Circuit County Judge, Jos. A. Park. Clerk, M. 8. Kagland. expected that a politician who makes a long hard fight for an office should fed somewhat aggrieved in the event he fails to get what he MAOI8TRATB. Hartford Diet Christopher Allen. goes after. It is also expected, and Oromwell Dist Jonl B Wilson. it is tho privilege by common consent of the defeated applicant to do some Announcomonts. hard, vigorous kicking. Democratic For Rrircrnlnllto. newspapers will find plenty to do in We are authorized to announce tho near future in publishing tho R. A. BYERS As a candidate for Representative hiouthings of defeated applicants for front Ohio county, subject to the ac- pie. There will bo hosts of forlorn tion of the Republican party. disappointed office seekers in the land For IncUlrnlr. as a result of tho change of adminisWe are authorized to announce trations. Those who fail however, THOS. II. FAUGHT this country, and the Administration can solace themselves with tho followAs n candidate for Magistrate in the ing poetical lines: "Man never is, but is fully committed to this policy of Rosine Magisterial District, subject giving ample protection to agriculto the action of the Republican party. always to be blest." tural" products." We are authroized to announce "What do you thing about the reFusion has been defined by our L. B. LONEY vision of the tariff schedules in the Magistrate in the esteemed nnd cheerful neighbor as As a candidate for Senate?" Rosine Magisterial District, subject follows: "It (fusion) is simply an "The new tariff bill as it passed the to the action of the Republican party. arrangement between two parties of a House is believed to be more in the certain county, State or district to interests of agriculture than the bill The summer girl is now in the very nominate candidates, pool times and as amended In the Senate Committee. midst of her mad career. all vote for the combined, ticket in Now that the measure is under dis 1.1 TSc nill be a blessed day for this consideration that the offices sbn.1t be cussion in the Senate there Is good Kjblic when her citizens look upon divided as stipulated. The agree reason to believe that it will be prop- I politics as purely a matter of bu&iuees ment is purely of a local character erly amended before it becomes a law. and is a simple compact which does It is very cheering to note the breaknils' not of sentiment. Nlinrl, Ulinrp nml Nnni). not effect nor is expected to bear upon ing up of partisan lines on this ques-tio- u. The average newspaper rtader will It appears to us that a vast fortune nny other section." Pretty good, The old tariff for revenue-onlawaits the man who can devise some sonny! It is nn agreement to pool slogan, so long relied upon by the doubtless join us in bein thanklul that there won't be another Queen's means of painting patent medicine issues is it? And what is meant by leaders oi one oi the great pr litical influence, Jubilee in our day. advertisements on the sky. pooling issues? Simply that issues parties, has largely lost its Cooler even than the backward will be laid aside. That is to say the aud the representatives ofagricultural Full many a youth is now playing summer was Senator Hanna's expresdistricts, without fear of the base ball till his back is sun burned farifl and financial questions and oth- leaders, do not hesitate to support sion of the gratefulness he felt for the to the blistering point, and he is ex- er questions upon which the parties measures calculated to give some por- "spontaneity" of the support of his hausted, who if forced to hoe in the difTer,will be put aside and not con- tion of the protective system to their aspirations by the Republicans of garden for nn hour or so would deem sidered. Such matters cannot figure. constituents. I believe that no party Ohio Ufiiceis the consideration and only which advocates tree raw material and it utter ruination. The Pennsylvania state treasury that. protected manufactured goods can ev- has been attacked by the national Much is certainly said by news er again secure a strong following disease know as deficit. Same old papers regarding the duties of the As a general thing the tree silver among the agricultural classes." cause appropriating- - more money public concerning the support of papers are croaking about the promised "What do you say, Mr. Brigham, than was received. same. The fact oi the matter is this: prosperity not arriving on time nnd in regard to the delay in the return of We would not advise anybody to A good paper is generally well sup- are "cussing'' the McKinley Admin- prosperity?" pin their faith in the tariff bill becomported and a bad one sooner or later istration about it, when the adminis"It is hardly fair to expect benefits ing a law as it passes the Senate. runs in the ground. had time to undo what from a protective system before the Many changes are likely to be made tration hasn't law has been enacted. People should when the bill goes to the conference Tin: bicycle craze seems to have the Democratic party did while it was not forget that we are still living uncommitte representing both House Xietve in power. Tho Brpckenridge reached its heighth. Something else der the Wilson low tariff iiee and Senate. makes the following statement: must be invented to satisfy the Humeasure, at that at present the They fed Mr. Bjyan so tiigh in John Cook, Custer, sold tobacco last morous desires of the American peo- week that cost him only advancement or improvement In $3 per hundred that he came up with a severe ple for something new. The flying for $11 50 and All Taylor, Roietta, conditions is the anticipation of the attack of indigestion. Virginia hosmachine will soon have its inning; in sold six hogsheads for enough to pay new measure. Progress on the bill pitality is dangerous to the unaccli-mate- d. for his purchase of twenty, leaving is much greater than has been exfact it is now at the bat. thirteen as a clear profit. It seems pected by those well Informed and these sales to us Disappointed office hunters who Tun Louisville base ball team has cation that times are are a sure indi- familiar with tariff legislation, and that Retting better. visit the White House can now find a begun its slide for the place of "tail Prosperity has surely struck Mr. the measure will undoubtedly soon vent for their anger by expressing cutlers." There is only one thing Cook and likewise Mr. Taylor and become a law, and not by the votes of their disapproval of uniforming the has prevantod them from gaining by striking these two enterprising one party alone But the hue and cry that employes citizens they'll let it strike some of the place for which they have started their neighbois and so it goes. It against the delay in the coming of Hoopla! All aboard for the aerial at such a rapid pace, and that is the hasn't struck us yet to any alarming prosperity is not properly chargeable extent, but it it is hearing distance of to the ignorance of the farmer and express! Mr. Charles II Lnmson has fact those clubs which are lower in been up one hundred feet in his air us it will come our way bye and bye. the list than the Lcuisvillians, aro All these things help to get money workingman on this subject. They to theground withThis cry ship and returned losing game as fast as the Louisville out of its hiding, out of the banks, are pretty well infoimed. out injury to himself or the ship. into the channels of trade and traffic. comes principally from the cheap Club. This wonderiul demonstration occurr In other words get the men with who are striving to make money to moving around Ihunting up capital out of the matter. There is ed at Portland Me. Oim esteemed Democratic-Populi- st the man with something to sell is Greece isn't the first country tbat contemporary is reminded that if real, genuine prosperity nnd this no sense in asking for this promised had to pay another for giving it ii true, as it says, that our efforts to condition of affairs is coining, slowly prosperity before the passage of a bill has it but surely. which will cut off the enormous im- a drubbing. pcrsuado Populists from voting the The methods of the Republican portations of foreign stuff, and give Deaiocratic ticket in this county in Populist leaders are advising to right itself. Senators in fighting out the tariff difNotember, are of no avail, and that against a continuance of the fusion oi the country a chance When the remedy is tried and falls it ference in caucus, are preferable to our little scheme is easily seen through last fall between their party and the is time enough for people to say that the open fighting ot the Democratic and understood, then the finald or Democrats. The uncertain attitude we are mistaken and unable to bring Senators, although both result in deno other paper should weary and per- of the Democratic party on the two prosperity." laying the tariff bill. plex its brains regarding the actions great questions, protection and silver, "What do you think of proposition It is hard cash that ex- - Q if en Lit. is the cause of this unwillingness to for an export bounty on farm proof this paper in that respect. is protesting for. The new nnnexas continue the unholy alliance of last ducts, which was rejected by the Hon treaty ignores her and her (ami- Statistics inform us that the to- year. The lact that large numbers of Senate?" ly. bacco crop for this year will be short. Democrats in every State where cam"There might be some temporary one ot the world's The Aft result the price of tobacco is im paigns are to take p'are this fill are benefits, but if it stimulated produc- richest suicide of to be a warning to men ought refusing to support the free coinage tion the effect would be disastrious to prating. Farmers in this section of those who are sacrificing everything tin county have actually been losing of silver, and that many members of the farmer. What troubles the farm, else in order to get rich, but we have that parly in Congress and elsewhere er now nnd makes low prices for his meaty by raising tobacco. By plant-- n no idea that it will, snail quantity tho prico will be are abandoning free trade and sup productions is the fact that he is now The private soldiers who have gone better, thus enabling the producer to potting high protection, has rendered producing more than the market will alliance cfthe two parties readily absorb of certain commodities. into court to try to demonstrate their makon profit on what ho raises. By a further Mr, T, II. Rankin, a So long as he continues to do this he legal right to refuse to do nouiewotk improbable. uu over production of tobacco money prominent member of the Populist must be content with low prices. If in the residences of their officers delost by railing it, and tho more is party in Ohio, in a recent interview, this bounty should stimulate the pro- serve success, if they don't get it. raised, the more lost. said: "The object of the organizition duction and increase the surplus ofThe acquital of the Washington of the Populist party was to secure makes it look as fered in the markets of the world, it correspondents We call the attention of tho young needed reforms, not to stab the Demwould have the ffect of decreasing though broker Chap.nan was the onmen of Ohio oounty to the Democrat- ocratic or Republican parties. I was ly man whose contempt f jr th it Senprice received by the farmer rathic convention at Frankfort whioh opposed to fusion last year, and am the er than Increasing it. It Is n depar-tn- te ate committee was strong enough to nominated u omididato for Clork of still more opposed to it now." from the policy of those who bc pull out a jail sentence. the Court of Appeals In that conThe protective lieve in protection Rx Senator Hill is going to try the The confidence of the people in vention integrity, honor and (pialifi policy advocates the tneouragement rejuvenating effect of an old-titious were given no consideration, Hood's Sarsaparilla is due to its une- of production in those lines where we The experispeech fourth The victory was to him who could qualled record of wonderful sures. are now not producing enough to sup ment Is to be made at Oiwego, N Y. make the best trade for votes, It ply our own people, but nre dependTim Arimrli il l'roirrly It looks to a man without prejudice was not trading on a high plane eithKvery day that pawos lessens the ent to nn extent on foteign countries as though political partisanship were er, but of the same sort seen amongst number of croakers and shells the lor our supply. This proposition b ing allowed to . wield entirely too borne jookeys on Circuit Court day. ranks of those who look forward to n does not have Midi n puipose. It much power In making and unmakThis county is filled with young who period of positive prosperity. It is proposes simply to donate to the ing the faculty of state educational desire to gain a name and fame, by slgnificat that the weekly statement farmer certain bounties on prolucts institutions, not in our state only, acquiring un eduoatiou and by honor-orab- of city banks issued yesterday shows tqpotted. nnd it is doubtful whether of them, it wou'd, at the most, have more than but in quite a number ami righteous conduct before for the first time a legitimate expansion ot loans and mercantile discounts a temporary beneficial effect, with a The tramp who reftissd a reward their fellow citizens. What enoour tendency to uaa reactionary results." for saving two children Irani burning agement, we uk, is there forsuoh Bonds and stocks continue to rise. Warm weather favors thegro.vlng to death cy saying: "Poor as I am, I young men to join that party recentTlir AitlmiliiK rnrnnlle. The raniagrapli has nothing but would never accept a reward for sayly held forth ut Frsukforf, in suoh a crops, the iron trade is improving, nnd good ing a child's life," is a true gentemen disgraceful and dinh'jiiorable 1110111101? the outfhw of goU has virtually kindest commendations feeling for the honest voter or politiat heart, however ragged and tjirty he and our special cable dispatch from cian ft any party, who maintains his may be on the outside, With tntc Lotubarb sheet this morning Indi party principles with decency and modesty he disappeared alter his deed irt..Wll.wts.wHt(itAiiuiitTAl$,;"ttp cates that Ameilcnn securities are ins famine, putting forth the arguments of heroism without leaving Ms name. Hymn, TftftCM UukL uto pi creasing in favor lu the foreign in irk-c- he Ui irks ueit in the kindliest man- This all happened at Pnx Conncrs, N V Uerild. ner possible; but the agitating para- - N. Y , tl-- other day. wool-growe- rs y old-tim- e Vit-girn1 ly lo Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, Attorney, M. L. Heavrin. SherifT, S. T. Stevens. School Superintendent, Fon Rogers. Jailer, Thos. H. Black. Assessor, O. D. Royal. Coroner, L. V. Hunt. Surveyor, N. Moxloy. such a common agreement among pos litical parties thatthero is really no This is corrct as secret about it," far as tho eilvcrites are concerned. That aggregation of odds and ends is so thoroughly mixed up and mingled together that it is Impossible to tell which is heads and which is tails. "The administration has been earnestly advocating the early passage of a measure that will correct the evil results of the Wilson low tariff la v, n measure which is expected to give adequate protection to the agricultural interests and with a tendency to remove the present existing depression. There has been less delay than In any previons legislation of the kind. The and wool buyers are waiting with some impatience the passage of the bill regulating the duties upon imported wool nnd woolens. Wool is now ready for market, and this suspense is very detrimental to both seller and buyer, as they do not know just what rates of duty will be fixed. The farmers are very earnest in demanding adequate protection on all farm commodities grown here in competition with similar products grown abroad and sometimes imported into It is always States ought not to Indulge in persuasion that, contraty to the order of humnn events, they will forever keep nt a distance those painful appeals to aims with which the history of every othr nation abounds. Tliete is a rank due to the Udited States among nations which w II be withheld, if not absolutely lost, by the reputation ot weakness. If we desire to avoid insult, we must be able to rrpel it; if we desire to lecuie peace, one ot the most powerful instruments ol oar rising prosperity, it must be known that we arc atoll times ready for war " We must have our scacoast cities fortified; we must have a Mir navy, not (qual to Ihegieatest navies in the w .rid, but in every item e f its composition equal to the best, and we returned again. Since then I have kept the curi- must have Hawaii as an essential Hid ous articles I bavo taken from books to our naval strength and an essenroturned, and havo now nearly a tial outpost 1or our naval defense. Gen. Washiugton understood our desk full Small papor knives, paid and unpaid bills, rata and tax bills, needs very well and we ought to heed and even lovo lotters, are used as his advice Conuncici.il. bookmarks by tho score. On two occasions I Ikivo found postal orAsk your ders. Those, howovor, woro both DrtlggtBt claimed, although I have now had in lorn geneious it my possession for somo months n cent tiinl Mze flvo dollar bank noto which has r.l'Crrnin llilm nevor been called for. Happy contains no ro cain, me tenry no Thoughts. ftc's: "The United Hoods Sarsaparilla -I- lol lithe bent n fact the One True Wood e,,ra take, furlfltr. - :i Kl "l Hood's FIIlS er to operate. Urtr "ljl syta Sfc. CATARRH ErerTlKMlf SJ So. CnvwrcU Candy Catlmrllc, tlio most wonu-aderful medical itftcorery ot tlie age, nnd refreshing tn tno tasle, oetpoUy HjjlUvpljr on klOnejs, lltror ami Uowelt, ami cleansing- - tbe entire sjium, dlicl eolits, core heaittolte, ferer, habitual constipation and blMontntM. I'Ipmb buy and try ft box ofC C. C. tolay; 10, . M)rnl. Kohl and guaranteed to cure by aft Urarglsls. Absotbeil Onr; Relief at once p ujreuo nnii cieanF any other irju tious drug It is quickh Tho Republican and the St. Louis Semi-weekl- y Globe-Democr- at r ki. U P A Pi es the Nasal Passages. Allays Intlam nation Heals and Protects the Membrane. Restores the Sense of Taste Smell. Full Size 50c ; Trial Sfxe 10c at Druggists or by mail. HUV BROS , 56 WRrren St , N. Y nnt iiuuinLm ad Ilrlbrry nml Forgery, Lewis ton, Mc.Jttne ai. Prof L C. Diteman, of Auburn, who was the cant didate of the People's patty of Maine for Governor last year, and who Is a leader ol the mlddlc-o- f the toad forces in this Stntc, publishes Jan attack on William J. Drjnn. Prof, Bateman says that Populist Congressman Freeman Knowles of Smith Dakota, whi'con his trrent trip to his o'd home in bh vh. g,m, Maine, gave out the inforttuiiiiti that Mr. Uryan's recent gilt ol 51.500 to the Populist National Committee was made with the distinct understanding that no action against fusion should be takes by the People's paity before the next national convention. This, Prof. Batemati also says, Is nothtng more than direct bribery. Prof Ilateman also 'says that Bryan has appet.ded hit (Unteman's) name to Senator Allen's letter of notification gtveu cut last September. Batetnau wjs Secretary of the Notification Committee but did not sign the letter in questlou. He says that Bryan's ac. tlon in printing his name on the letter tn his new book is an act of political forgery. Prof. Batctuan Is n delegate of th Middle National Conference at Nashville, Tenti., July 4. H says he will bring these matters before that body. to-d- ay t& tn , A desirable farm of one hundred acres, situated near Hartford, well McClure's Magaclne for July will watered, a good otched, two hundred contain an nricle on the late I'rofes or bearing trees, good bulldings,and in Dntinmond, written by his intimate good community. For futther parXo floilgltifc the Ikmiifn. The ticulars call at this office at once tf Buy n suit that is honest clear friend the Rev. I) M Ross. through. Insist upon it. costs no. source of Druninioitd's rarely equaled more than poorly constructed ones influence over men assemblages as EXCURSION TICKETS gives a satisfaction never approached well as individuals was his own VIA TUB by one of the kind Keeps its shape ns long as you wear charm ol charactei ; and Mr. Ross's . it, and is a suit that will .enrry you paper will deal especially with perA man that wears sonal traits. safely anywhere. TO TltR With it will be printed m dk fob 0 suit that "fits" him several pottrsits, among others the him always has a better opinion ol himself, and feels more kindly toward last, and what bis fiiends regard as the bests Uken of Professor Drum-mon- d. the rest of humanity. What kind of n suit do you west? When you buy Pantaloons have And International Kxposltlon them made to your order, too We Ilon'a TlilnT A- Tmake them up lor you from $4 00 We ofler One Hundred Dollars Re3NT,s:Lr7-ille- . up Made right Materials in any ward for any case of Catarrh that can For the obove occasion tickets will style you may fancy no matter what not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure sort we have them and the price is F J CHUNUY&CO.,Props.,To!edo,0 be sold by the Illinois Central Railalways the lowest. We the undersigned, have known road at varying times, rales and The Edward Rose & Co , Chicago F. I Cheney for the last 15 years, limits, including a ticket on sale The Fashionable Tailors that's the and believe him perfectly honorable daily, good to return until November 7, and mcludinn tickets having limit moke they put their names on the in all business transactions and ftaan of twenty days, fifteen days and seven goods it's a pledge ol good work- dally able to carry out nny obligadays; also tickets on Tuesday and manship theysiok it llverything tions made by their firm. .that goes toward making your suit a West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, Thursdays of each week with limit of fifteen dnjs. For full particulars as finished product, is found in this Toledo, O to which of the above applies from make. The linings the quality the Waldinjj. KInnan & Marvin. Wholeyour nearest Railroad Station in confit the styles it's just exactly right sale Druggists, Toledo, Ohio. in every detail, or you cnu have your Hull's Catarrh Cure is Uken Inter- nection with the Illinois Centtal Railmoney back. nally, acting directly upon the blood road, call on or address your neatest Every new weave and coloring that nnd mucous surfaces ot the system. railroad Ticket Agent. fashion dictates as chic every idea Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all Wm, Murray, Div. Pass. Agent, that goes towards giving you that Druggists. Testimonials free. New Orleans. appearance so much deHall's Family Pills are the best. Jno. A. Scott, Div. Pass. Agent, sired by all men, is found in Suits of Aieinpnts, this make. Ktlomtslnur Ilnwel. Tilth Cnn.areta. Orders taken by Car sin & Co,, A. II Hanson, g i a., Chicago. CaJiarik, cure eooatlpatton forever. Hartford, Ky. 10e,aSe. JIO.O.C foil, droMlne return! moeT W. A. Khixond, a o.v.a., I,ouisvII!e. one year Miss Mabelle Duke, of Sulphur Springs, is the gurst of Miss Mattie Luce. Oaaraawed tebawo kaMt axa etroac, Meo4 ptn. Mw, for Fitly Onta. 11. All Sruntfiia. Make weak ft "ft for Snir for $1.75. ready-to-we- Illinois (Jen. f. TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL f 'k. well-dress- ,Cly $f) fPayjfor fur- Board ami Tultiou Everything nished for the special Summer Term of 8 weeks Which begios June 8 1897. Which meets in Rowling Green June 20 30 nnd July 1, '07. If you want n better odtioatioa, prepare yourielf for teaching, get a better certificate, or to take a thorough Commercial Course, it will pay yon to write to us. Special emphasis pat on tho Statu Toaohors' Courso. You oan ontor now and find "olatMs to suit you. Mention Course wanted. now. CHKIinY DROi?., Proprieiors, Southern Normal School anil Howling Green Bmiuess College, Bowling Grees, ICy, Tho 33Lontucky SStato Toaohors' All our students will have tho opportunity of attending n. -- HAVE OPENED THEIU i-- 4 1 'vr "". : r- -. n ts c A lino new OMNIHUS will meet all tiny trains at Heaver Dam, All oideiapion t'y nllccf'td to. gisiintiiractu oiiulli rltlr. I'nrtford, corner Market and Union To 3aa3rJ"roi3a33ot'v,oT'3r3ciData.. An o gnnt vch'cle and good horses Iinr mi ttFio'd's IneiyStsLle, ERE THE HONEY IS The Bees Will Come o Ills With FAIR& COMPANY lt Where the goods arc the people will come. We are showing for the heated term the prettiest line of dimities, lawns, mulls, Swisses ever show in Hartford, Will soil you Handsome lawns 5c, pretty dimities 5c, domestic organdies 10c, white organdies 20c, dotted Swisses 10c to 30c, Lappet mulls 10c. Any of these goods are what you want for the hot weather. Besides these we have a lovely line of fans, white, black and blue parasols; white handkercLiefs, cooling underwear, etc., tli at you must have. For the gentlemen we have linen suits, white duck pants, white vest, black serge coats and vests, black luster coats, fancy gingham coats, light airy underwear, belts, sjwrts, 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. Hartford gemple of fashions FAIR W &C0. a I.lt Hcuaelrmi. Lost Sunday morning the Baptist church bill of this city tolled its mournful tcne Indicating that one more soul had taVen its flight to the great beyond. The sound of the bell told us that Mr. W C. Gray of near Barrett's Ferry was no more. He g died last Saturday night alter a illnesi from that dreaded disease consumt tion. He was but a young man and until a year ago was apparently in the bloom oi good health. He was married to Miss Lclia Rosson a little over a year ago and dlod leaving her and his mother and a host of friends to mourn his rnd dewere interred in mise. His remain the Forksvllle Cemetery last Sunduy. Hng-erin- '. Urny llrnil. Mr. Webster Cate, ol Sulphur Springs, was foully dealt with at the Texas depot last night by some negroes, and the result may be serious. Mr. Cate was at the depot on his way to Henderson, and while waiting for the train walked up to the end of the platform. Some negroes were sitting there and shortly they got up and went away. Some time afterward a boy came Into the depot and said that a man was dead at the end of the platform. The employes at the depot went up as ouickly as possible and found Mr. Cate lying on his side with his legs drawn under him, and totally unconscious. He was picked up and carried into the depot. He did not realize where he was or what had happened to him and complained greatly of his head aud stomach. When the train came he was pnt on board and carried to Henderson. He was in a very bad condition when he reached there, but was able to tell his friends that he had been struck on the head and kicked in the stomach by a negro. How it happened he could not say. He had no difficulty with anybody, and could give no theory as to the cause of the assault. He had some money and a watch, but he was not robbed. Alt the negroes disappeared as soon as the assault was committed, and no one has any idea of who did the work or who the witnesses were. Owens boro Inquirer. Mrs. Sallie Peyton Crowe, who has been connected for several years with the Unlontown schools, has gone to Coleman, Texas, to teach in the graded school there. Fordsvllle Express. a u Allium. Mr. R. A. Owen and wile, and son, Lonnie, visited relatives here last week. Prof. Clinton Park and sister, Miss Ida, went to Haynesvltle Saturday to attend Children's Day at the Presbyterian Church. Mrs. G. S. Hamilton and sons, Thomas and James, and Mrs. Rebecca Hamilton, islted the family of Mr. J. P. Stoler, of Palo, a few days last week. Mr. S, P. Foreman who h is been confined to his room for several days is able to be out again. Mr. J. A. Smith and family were the guests of Mr. Gopher Henry Sunday. er. Joe T. Taylor filled his regu-lappointment at the Adaburg Bap. tls Ofaurch Saturday and Sunday. Mr, James Welle r and Wlfcand littledaughtcr, Ora. visit! his sister, Mrs. JooCambron, ol Phillips Stution, Saturday and returning home Sunday his horse got sick on the way and died Sunday night near his home. Miss Gertrude Hickey who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. HoseaShown, ot Beds, for the last two weeks re. Ida. turned home Sunday, ar ik yjf Losing Flesh J furnishes Just the nourishment needed for those Photographer Taylor will make Cab- whq are run down and pale and inet Photographs lor n short time at thin and weak. Ifvou lose flesh Jti 50 per dozen and will be found evIn summer take scott's Emulery Monday at his Photo Car in Hart- sion now. Don't wait till fall or winter before beginning. ford. 39 tf Vor Ml l apply 111. For cheap rates on iioanl of boat or to las. F, Carson, agent, Hartford, Ky. Your patron age solicited, Cait. W. II. Moork. Manager. You naturally Jose flesh in the summer and running down Is so easy. You get a little weaker each day without hardI'ncki-- t J.lur. ly noticing It. There Is loss of and Hartford PackThe Evansvllle et, Janle Rae, leaves Hartford for appetite, headache, weakness of the muscles, disturbed sleep, Evansvllle every Tuesday rind at 6 o'clock a. m. Arrives at weakness of memory, and these Evansvllle eveiy Tuesday and Sat. are the beginning of nervous Returning prostration. urday at 9 o'clock p. Iron and tonics leaves Evansvllle for Hartiord every and bitters may afford some Tuesday and Friday at one o'clock p. temporary relief, but what you in., arriving at Hartford every Wed. need Is a food for body, brain nesday and Saturday at 4 o'clock p. and nerves. on Irelght See our voting contest column for the teachers. Mitrlfiiril-Kvniinvlll- in another Sat-da- y 111 Sc5tl6nut(icru Cod-liv- er of Oil with the h) ed fti bv alt ill uevU4 Court Hntrn nml n Nliontlnir. tliat Awarded Somt two or luoi l' ly ri v mill m ejts agodeo. ftgliMt Honors World' Fair ilit II ihp bu It 14 to be hdi I in nrjise ol tin. A. Coppage coutrdUed by a written Linen lor dies skills tit I K Fog Republican le.i.lns m the Senate that contract to coiilnct tho I mil lug on iSt Co'it. k as 1 mid hs thej he ud ihr r lest of the place of the widow Lucy J Dye on Mr. Shelby Taylor wont to Frauk-lor- t the f,tibhc the ncedtd from llulr Rough river, N .ith ol (lines Mill; by Wednesday. the contract Mis. Dye wa. to board position, witlidirw ino-- t of the obnoxious amendment, modified oth- him. Some time last winter n seriBuy your shoos and slippers at J. ers, Abstained from prolonged or Irs ous difficulty occurred between Mrs. It Fogle & Co's. . ritaing debate, aud generally con- Dye and three Infant children on one Mr. L. O. Duke, ofEddyvltle, was formed their action to the desire of side nt the home of Mrs Dye In which tn town this week the ioople. which clearly wnq for the Coppnge was hit with an axe, and .ii See the nice line ot Gent's Furnish-Good- s enactment ol n tariff bill upon the bruised mid beaten considerably. Btqr. Aull Issued warrants for all line of that (anions iiiutuurti that evat Schnpuilre's. er will be known us the McKlnley parties who were tried In his court, Piof. J. I). Crowe, ot"Teuiple, Tex., law. and Coppage was fined; he was dewas in town this week. The special session will be noted In fended by R. R Wedding. Absolutely MOST PERFECT MADE. The Dyes, notwithstanding the Hon. C. M. Barnett returned from history for its manifestation of a Celebrated for Us great leavening A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Pre? earnest efforts of the County Attoi--neo national spirit In tarlfl legWashington last night. strength and hcalthfulness. from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant Assures to secure a conviction, were ac islation. In the early days of the rethe food against alum and all forms ol 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. Big line of wash goods for shirt adulteration common to the cheap They were di fended by J. public tariff was not a party issue.and quitted. waists at J. R. Fogle & Co's. brands. RoyalBakinoPowdiwCo., it now looks as though henceforth P. Sanderfur. Since then things hate Nrw Yonic. Judge R. R. Wedding will attend the names of Democrat and free trade gone lrom bad to worse. Coppage no court at Fordsvllle are not to be regarded as political longer lived nt the home of Mrs. Dye, The Floating Studio Is at Calhoon. The protectionist sentls but on an adjoining place, and en- Soldlor's Rounlon Bluo and Mr. M. Bean is able to be out again Byuonyrus. tho GrayRockport, Ky., New line of domestics at J. E Fog. raent in the South has been silenced deavored to exercise the ownership of alter a short spell of sickness. le & Go's. Saturday, July 3, for years, but it again has found a the present wheat crop. Mrs. Dye A few boys G. A. R. Suits for $1.50 voice 1897. and voting power. Protection sent Messrs. Charles R. and E D. E- L. Call on Bullington fpr any- - at Schapmire's. Ask to see them. now stands in its true light, as a na- Wade to cut it, when last Saturday thing in the tonsorial line. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ford' spent a tional, not a partisan, policy. This Coppage put in an appearance and an The annual Reunion of Fedcrnl solMrs. E W. Ford is visiting oi Itself is a most auspicious com- exchange of about ten or twelve shots diers will take place at the Reunion few days this week near Abbleville at Fordsvllle this week. mencement ol President McKinley's is sold to have taken place. But Grounds at Rockpoit, Ky , July 3, You will find the best and cheapest The prettiest line of NECKWEAR administration; the unification of either skill in dodging the approachs 1897. This is always a grand affair. line ol clothing nt J. E Fogle & Co's. .you ever saw is at Schapmire's. North and South with East and West, ing bullets or poor marksmanship en Efforts Are hplnrr tilnrlo In nidlrn tlifo n Mrs. W. II. Moore visited her son, In a policy of protection to all Ameriobled all the parties to escape unhurt, better and more enjoyable occasion See J E. Fogle & Co's line of laces Mr E. P. Moore, near Narrows this can industries, is a most inspiring except Coppage, who received a se- - than of the mecedlnrr Reunion.,, n and embroideries before buying. vere but not fatal shot in his breast. is here week. spectacle. that old comrades srather to Bring us your country produce. For the rest, It Is to be hoped that The two Wades are set for trial before gethermany ol them for the first J. E. Fogle & Co, want your produEsqr. A. S. Aull at Sulphur Springs time since they were mustered Patr Bros. ce-will out, pay you the hlgbestuurket no, ns yet, unforeseen obstacle may prevent of delay1 the passage of the Coppage was arrested rehearse old experiences, live over Messrs. Lent H. and LemMcIIenry, Price. , bill and the adjournment of Congress and broueht to town by J. H. Rob- again the times of the war and laugh Louisville, are In town this week. The cheapest place In Hartford to the first of July. The Fourth will be erts, Deputy Sheriff, Monday evening and weep together. Old soldlers.you Mr. Jno. B. Wilson is spending the buy Shoes and Furnishing Goods is at celebrated with additional enthusi- and Judge Morton being gone, Esqr. can't afford to miss it. Everybody week with his parrnts near Prentls, Schapmire's. Big bargains this week. asm if the new tariff be a law in op- C L, Woodward held an examining else is going to be there. Speeches trial Tuesday, in which the defendant and music compose the program Remember Bullington eration. will give Inter Ocean. Mr. Marvin Everly and Miss Zet-pof represented by Attorneys E. D.Walk you a good shave, hair trim or shamGraves.pf Ceralvo, were married the day, together with amusements er, R. R. Wedding and A. Jones, and the usual refreshments, poo. yesterday at the Commercial Hotel by Old solwaived examination, and his bond diers will be served dinner nt fifteen The ice cream supper at Mrs. Rev. G. J. Beau. fixed at $250.00 for his appearance at cents each. A badge of designation Yeistr's last Friday night was an enThe following named persons have the next November term of the Ohio should be worn by each soldier joyable occasion. cr to Tub paid their subscription Circuit Court, In default of which have himself otherwise Identified. our last issue: since Carson & Co. are receiving railroad was committed to jail. County AtThe colored people will have an adrook's Like llnriieir. tics on the banks of the river at Hart- None. torney Neal appeared for the Com- joining grounds for their Washington, June 22. Senator e exclusive ford ready for shipment Miss Mezle Rogers, ol Owensboro, called on the President this morn- monwealth. use. The usual excursion rates will Mont Gaddls, convicted of bastardy prevail on the Just received a lot of spring wheat who has many friends here, was mar- ing and presented C. M. Barnett, riier and railroad. at the June term of the Ohio County ried on June 3d to Mr. W. D. Brown, Chairman of the State Central Com1 flour. The best you ever saw. Pbter Corins, ol Ohio. Dr J. D. Maddox, mittee. They were closeted some Court, on the 8th, inst., served noCom. Path Bros. I Geo M. Maddox, tice on the County Attorney that on The people who use coal will do time together When Mr. Barnett Mr. J. B. Rowe, Owensboro, is the 18th day of June he would apply Do't T.Uf 0 Spit iut tntU Inr lift lit if. visiting her father's lamily, Judge E. well to call on J. J.Foster, who is now came out he announced that he would to the County Judge to be released To Quit tobacco easily and roreTer, b mat be the next Surveyor of Port, a operating the Elijah Miller bank, s) D. Wulker, this week. full of life, norre gentleman who was present besides from custody and filed a schedule of netlc.the wonder worker, and vigor, talis men south-we- st miles of Hartford on the thil make weak Miss Nola Anderson lias returned the Senator and Chairman Barnett his personal property to wit: one suit strong. All druggists, Moor II. Curoiruarun-teed- . 4S a6t Point Pleasaut road. to her home In Owensboro after a visof clothes, and asked to be permitted SterlingBoskUt and sample free. Address states positively that the next Survey, Remedy Co, Chicago or New York. At the teachers examination last or of Port at Louisville will be it to relatives at this place. the to take the oath of an insolvent debtI'roaperlljr l Itrtnruliic Friday and Saturday there were 31 lawyer of the Fourth district. or. On the 18th he was heard on his Dr. J. R. Pirtle has been chosen as The statement of failures in May by application and was judged an insolvn member of the board of Censors for applicants, and two firstsclass certifibranches ol business gives much enlinonr third-clrs- s, second-class- ; nite.Men cates issued; 9 ent debtor and released. 7 the State Dental Association. couragement, It is tolly to build upon a poor foun. In amount of defaultand 13 failures. At Fordsvllle Saturday the regular ed datfou, either in architecture or in liabilities, the month was the Mr. S. D. Dcmpscy, ol Centertown, Miss Josie B. Duke has been res health A foundation of sand is inse-cur- June term of Esqr. Boiling's court, smallest since September, 1895; in has accepted a position as stenograthe case of Guess nros. for disturbing elected as a teacher in the public and to deaden symptoms by manufacturing liabilities.the smallest pher for Heavrin & Taylor. schools at Butte, Mont. Miss Duke narcotics or nerve compounds is religious worship was tried nnd the since November, 1895, and in trading Judge and Mrs. Jno. P Morton and has been in Montana several years, jury, after a hotly contested trial, re liabilities, the equally dangerous smallest except the and deceptive turned a verdict of not guilty. Messrs. last Mr Jo L. Carson are in Nashville this and her many friends nere will be The month since September, 1894. Hue way to build up health is to week attending the Exposition. glad to know that she is getting make your blood pure, rich and nour- R. R. Wedding and S. P. Roby were Failures of general stores have not attorneys for defendant and Messrs. been Miss Willa Hocker is spending the along so nicely. as small In any other month as ishing by taking Hood's Sarsaparllla Neal and Jones for the prosecution. week with the family of Mr. Jno. M. in May, 1897; in only two months out Mr. Lee Booth died at his home in Hood's Pills act easily and promptIn the same court the same day the of thirty-si- x Bishop at Centertown this week. have there been smaller Owensboro last Thursday of heart ly on the liver and bowels. Cnre of R. S. Triplet vs. J. W. Inkey sick trial tailures in boot3 and shoes and misdisease. He will be remembered as headache. Misses Lena and Norma Schlemresulted in a vetdict for the defendcellaneous trading, only four in books ner, of Cannelton, Ind., are the guest fhs husband of Mrs. Maggie Hard-wic- k ant. Ex Senator Triplet and S. P. nnd Some people can be fooled once or hats, only five in groceries, and Booth, who died in 1893. Mr. Roby for plaintiff, and Mr. Neal for of the family of Mr. L. F. Wccner not one trading class in that month Booth was a christian gentleman and twice, but very few more than that, the defendant. this week. has reported failures larger than In leaves a wide circle of friends to Mr. Bryan in his speeches last fall as W. II. Duke was trlisd on a charge half the preceding Children's JJay was observed at setted that the 42 million dollars nec- of mourn hi3 loss, m ,. - . pettit larceny, accused of stealing furniture failures months, though In last Sunday. essary to keep pace with the growth A large crowd are rather numercorn from Ben Richardson; after hearIn the case of Wm. Snedden vs. of population in was in attendance and an excellent ous. In clothing manufacture the the United States ing the proof and McIIenry Coal Co. in which Snedden could noand arguments of month was the smallest except program was rendered. be produced, since the susfour counsel, Judge Morton dismissed the was given judgment for $2,500 was pension out of thirty-si- x, of free coinage of silver, and exceptfive in chemMessrs. Jno. T. Moore and Jas. P. compromised Wednesday for $t,8oo. charge of pettit larceny and held the Thomas accompanied Misses Kimbley The case was tried a few years ago quoted Senator Sherman in support defendant for unlawfully taking prop- icals, six in woolen goods, seven In machinery, lumber and miscellaneous of his theory that this amount was erty. and Owen, of Owensboro, home last and Snedden was given judgment lor Being held for misdemeanor maLufactures, and necessary to be added to the currency exceeded the avers Saturday on their wheels. The young $4,000, the Court of Appeals reversed and unable to execute bond for ap- age only in iron and cotton goods nod of the country each year. He was gentleman relumed to Hartford Mon-dpearance before the November term the decision, and a new trial was undoubtedly earthenware, owing to a few failures right in his quotation of of the Circuit morning. granted which resulted in the $2,500 Senator Court, he was given a of exceptional size Nobody can misSherman, but both Inaccurate final trial, a jury empanneled nnd rejudgment, which was compromised. NriiKUtluu. take the meaning of such returns. and misleading in assuming that this Owensboro, Ky., June 23. This turned a verdict of guilty and fixed Dun's Review, Mr. Christian A. May one of Ohio amount ol currency cannot be and is city was given a great shock this his punishement at a fine of ten dots not added to the circulating medium by the arrest of Henry Hart, county's best and most progressive Ilneklen'n Irnlen Nnlve. lars Failing to pay or replevy he farmers aged 54 died at his home near of the country by means of its present was The Best Salve in the world for who has been Teller In the First al committed to jail. Mr. Neal apBank and a trusted employe Maxwell Wednesday morning about facilities. The coinage of the mints peared for the prosecution and Messrs. Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt' Rheum, FeverSores, Tetter, Chapped of the country in the year which ends for many years The charge against I o'clock of heart failure. Mr. May Heavrin & Taylor for the defendant. Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all plowed nearly all day Tuesday, as- with the present month will be, in him isan alleged shortage in his acAn effort is being made by the rel- Skin Eruptions, and positively cures round numbers, 100 million dollars, atives and friends of counts of $ 2,100, but it is hard for his sisted in milking the cows that even It Is Albert Austin Piles, or no pay required. of it gold, while that of convicted ot manslaughter and now guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction hundreds of friends to believe It true. Ing nnd went to bed apparently well. money refunded. Price 25 cents They think he can clear up the His wife awoke about 1 o'clock and the calendar year 1896 was 99 million serving a two year's sentence in pris or box. For sale by Williams & per charge and that the warrant agates was horrified to find him in deaths dollars. Add to this the fact that the on to have him pardoned. Bell. 13.1 yr. him will be withdrawn. It is said he stupor from which he could not be money in circulation is $138,. Arctium 10 n Jllnlmcr. When you are suffering from Ca been spending money freely, but it aroused. His death will be a severe 000,000 more than it was a year ago Rev. J. S, Coleman, D. D.. oi Hart was known hemade a gocd salary loss to the community of which he and it will be seen that Mr. Bryan's tarrh or Cold in the head you want was one of the acknowledged leaders. statements in this, as well as in many relief right away. Only 10 cents is ford, Ky., is In the city, the guest of and nothing was thought of It. The his son, Ellis Coleman, at 314 West prevailing opinion is that he will not He was an upright .christian gentle- other things, were, to say the least, required to test it. Ask your drug Chestnut street. Dr, Coleman has gist for the trial size of Ely's Cream man and one ol the leading members misleading. have any trouble in getting out of Balm, or buy the 50c. size. We mail been attending the Baptist Associathe unpleasant place In which he has of New Bethel M. E. Church. tion at Bardstown. To Kill li fojiiiHM I'any. Yestertay while it. been placed. Julius Dutschke, Holt's Bottom, The last issue.ot the Free Republic, changing cars at Versalles he sprainBROS., 56 Warren St., N.Y.City sold his Early Harvest apples last Jo A. Parker's paper contained the ELY I was a filleted with catarrh last au- ed his knee. He came on to this city llmolnlloiiH. week at $ 1, for the fill ot the barrel. following: and was treated. Dr. Coleman is one At the close of the Summer Traintumn. During the month of October of the oldest and beet known minisThe partisan politicians, by their ing School held at BufTalo Ky the He will have between three and five Louishundred barrels. Good prices. Last oction both in the Legislature, when I could neither taste nor smell and ters in Western Kentucky. Jollowlng resolutions were adopted: could hear but little. Ely's Cream ville Times. year the same kind of apples sold for they reluaed to pass the Fusion Bill 4 1, '.'.,., m I'.f ll.JLS t .'. Be it resolved by the students of Balm cured it. Marcus Geo. Shautz, the Kentucky Review and Training 40 cents a barrel. Who says times Which simply provided that a candiRailway, N J. are not getting better for the farmer. date could be nominated by two or M. School: Dreckenrldge News. Hlorjrut Judge (Irnre. more parties and placed under each OF WE8T VirtaiNIA, 1st. That we extend our thanks to "I heard t'ae late Judge John R. Writs of tho Dsnsflts Received From Or, party device, and later by their action Mr. John C. Pirtle for his efforts in Tnrlll l'roircl. Miles" Rsstorstlv Nervlpo. Gracc.of the Court of Appeals of KenIn Stale Convention, in denouncing organizing and putting into operaprospects is that the The pleasing tucky, set aside the verdict of a juiy such a proposition as well as nomition a professional training school, tariff bill will be law on or very soon once under circumstances that to my having for its object the raising of after July i.and that the extra session nating a candidate for clerk ol Court mind did him infinite credit," said of A, peals when the Populists had a the standard of the corps of teachers of Congress soon will be a matter of nominee iu the field, have shown Representative John S. Rhea, of that of our state, the bringing of our history. The special correspondent State, at the Wellington. teachers to truer und clearer concep- at Washington Jor The Inter Ocean that hey desire no further "It seems that a poor woman, who with Populists that does not contion of their real duties, and generat- recently reviewed the history o tarill was on the verge of starvation, and ing of such an educational Impulse as legislation from Washington's rime vey vuth it a complete surrenderor who was the sole support of four little we hope may prove of inestimable until the present day, and demonstra- our puity faith and organization. children, went into a neighbor's Then" politicians flitter themselves value to the educational cause, ted that, excepting the first revenue smoke-hou- se und perlolned a piece of and. That we feel profoundly grate- bill, which was an measure that the People's party has been absorbed by the Democracy on the bacon. The proof was positive, and ful to Mr. A. L Peterman for the ol protection, no fiscal legislation has the jury reluctantly returned a vermagnaiuinlty of soul and the earnest- - progressed bo rapidly as that which strength of a free silver platform, but dict of guilty. When finding of the they will learn something when the ?fss,wi,tu whlcl! he ba8 dlshEed now is In progress, with a probability retui jury was read Judge Grace, who at is come lu on election day. as an instructor, oi speedy completion. his The first revthat time presided over the Fourteenth 3rd. That we also highly appteclate enue bill, that of 1789, wan under CHANGE IN ipREOINCTS, Judicial district, said in the most em It. MILFS8' ftwtoratlTO Nerrlno is particularly adapted to tho restorathe untiring efforts of Mr. Daugherty consideration of both houses of Conphatic tones: tion of bsalth broken down by bard gress for little more than two months. for his able presentation ot voice ' 'The court orders that the verdict mental work. Iter. W M. Slaughter of Mew At a regular term of the Ohio But it was a simple measure, with no and music. Haven, W Va , writes: "I suffered with Coui ty Court held for said county in In this case be set aside, and I want nerrousniHMi, JlssluiMri, dull and 4th. That we feel that we 'gan cons free list, and its framers had to unto declare here that in all cases where sleeplesiuasi, ATr nuart ststently recommend this school to ravel or adjust none of the intricate the "ourt House, at Hartford, Ky., an unfortunate woman is on trial for came headaches and e, I w a sliortalWaih to troubling Monday. June 7th, 1897 with John fellow teachers as affording a rare complications that beset the tariff on our stealing food, taken to keep her off- from tho least eisrllou, and ssrtetsU laurb P, Morton. Judge, presiding, the folpala lu my left side. oppottunity (or the cultivation for all legislation in these days of Infiujte spring from starving, it will require Mediuoe aud pbysl-- 1 ur.i the essentials of teaching, and would correlations and interdependence of a lowing was had, to wit: tans gave iue no reOn motion of H. N. Morrison, it in thirteen men to convict her of the MlleVi lief I procured Dr urge upon them the advantage of at- highly developed commerce. crime in this court. The de-Miles' Kostoratlvu -- Nervlno; The President convened Congress ordered by the Court that the boun fendent is discharged from custody.' tending its next annual meeting. Nervlue, Restore . Cure and New Heart in special session for the passage of a dary line between West Fordsvllle Nerve and R. T. Layman, Hardin Co. , 'Uonlih . "The announcement was greeted and Aelnavllle voting precincts be Liver rills, and I am revenue bill March 16; the House, enBcatice M Finney, lloyd Co. with applause from the spectators, sure no word ot com Begintered with zeal upon its dnties and changed as follows, SalHc Terry, Grayson Co. can be uwstrcng ning at bridge across Panther Creek, and the general sentiment was that mendation as to tho result aud confused feelApril j the Dlngley bill was ready for J K Hagan, Nelson Co. had acted not only as I sleep well, the dlulnew near Haynesvltle, from thence with Judge Grace ing bavo disappeared, my heart trouble mo J II Hosklnsou.BreckenrldgeCo. transmission to the Senate. Everya chivalrous man, but that no more and I feel perfeoUy well." the meanders ot said Panther Creek befitted body remembers the apprehension G P Creal. LaRue Co Or. Miles' lleinedle art) sold by all drugTheft to keep his ruling was right. to tb- - Hancock county line. R. H Gains, Hart Co gist tinder a positive guarantee, Urst bottla with which the work of the Senate innocent babes from perishing of hunIlook on benedt or money refunded. A copy attest: A. M. Smith. Ohio Co. finance committee was regaided, aud ger can Ecucely be called a crime." Heart and Nerve sent (roo loull applicants. Committee D M IIockkr, Clerk. Washington Post. the dismay that followed the ptesen- 1)11 ill LEU MUllUAL CO . Elkhart, Ind. dr-it- Oxfi r 1 t!i t t SchnpnilrtVs fir 7, iyi t(tl. of H t nf iiuy jour groceries from Tate Ijros con , CREAM i. i. POWDER Pure BAKING POWDIB ROCKPORT. y - es ha Subscribe for The Republican and get all the news. De-bo- e, - Ro-sin- e ay three-fourt- hs to-d- .! ", Rev.W. Slaughter, d cut-cu- re o uir-vo- !i . i . L jaw-- - . wfWMIVjr-'MMMMIia- - Patriout free silver and lrte trade otism and duty tell ui to go lor the FRIDAY, JUNE 2$. l8o7- Dlngley bill, and our Democratic par-- t sajs our Hither lift depends 011 our sketching Dlngley and prosperity " CHANGE IN PRECINCTS. "Are you Democrats really posted on the tariff?" akod our reporter. HOCKTORT AND MCHKNRV PRKCINCT. "Why certainly. We know it cost On motion ol Joe Hacker it Is or Cleveland $450,000,000 a jear to run deted by the Court that the following this government, and Gage siys it change be and is hereby made in the will cost the Republicans $46 oV boundary line of Rockport and 000 from June t, 1897 to June 1, 1898. Beginning Now Dlngley sajs his tariff will voting precinctson line of said precincts rt John T. bring in $181 000,000 in 1898, and Ilucker's, thence South to Joe lock- I Gage says the internal icvenue will er's, including him in McIIenry pre- , bring in $170,008,000 treasury recinct; thence Northswest to Virgil ceipts $20,000,000, and post office re Paughts on line of said precincts, ceipts, $96,000,000, making in all said Fnught being la McIIenry. $468,000,000 to pay this $466,000,000 A copy atcest: with, the legitimate expenses of the D. M. Hockbr. C O C.C. government. Then there would be no deficit in iSq8, and n very little Bast Hartford Prkcinct. Ohio County Court. surplus, and we Democrats would be Motion lor change in boundary dead." "Then wny don't you vote tor the of B. Hartford voting precinct. This day John M Leach and others new tariff?" filed nolire and moved the Court to "Why, because it will make proschange the boundary line between B perity, start all the mills, keep gold Beaer Dam and B. Hartford voting from going to Buropc, nnd set everybody at work with big wages and " precincts, and the Court being suffi"Then why in thunder, BH, don't ciently advised said' motion is hereby you Democrats do it?" sustained, and it is therefore adjudg"Well, I tell you it would kill our ed by the Court that the boundary line of said precincts be change J as I party and bury the free sllvcrltes. want to follows: Beginning at the bridge Do you think we Democrat-The fact is, ne across HurrlcaneFork cf Muddy Creek crucify ourpattj? on the old Hartford and Morgantown Democrats ought to have fixed this We ought to have road between the farms of John M. tariff ourselves. Leach and Thad Barnard; thence with started the mills ourselves, nnd stopsaid road towards Cromwell to the ped our millions of dollars from going corner of J. D. Sandertur aud John to Europe to pay their cheap labor Oldham's line; thence north with said for making things that our beys (now line between Oldham aud Sandei fur's i lie) could have made at home Then farms to Hurricane Fork of Muddy we Democrats would have been on Creek; thence up said creek so as to top, and we could have cut off the include into B. Beaver Dam voting heads of those black Republicans, and You hear ptecinct the farms of J. N. Oldham hung thm on the wall! And Eli disappeared in "Q" and Flojd Baize from B. Hartford me!'' voting precinct, and the farms of J. Pullman, headed for Omaha Inter M. Sanderfur and James McSherry Ocean. from Rosine voting precinct and RobJ.tfii Inn 11ml I. ert Mosely and Torrence farms, also There is a certain painting now in of Mrs. Sallie Barret from London which has created a sensathe farms Cromwell voting precinct said line to tion. It represents a beautiful womrun as above mentioned then on a an leaning over the body o' a lifeless line irora said creek so as to strike man, in whose breast there is a Liberty road near Mrs. Sallie Barrett wound from through which his life and to include her in B. Beaver Dam blood has been drained by the woman. precinct. This line is to run so as to leave J. B. Sandetfur in B. Hartford This picture has inspired Rudyard Kipling to write a poem entitled, voting precinct. "The Vampire." This poem, like Copy attest: the painting, has created n sensation, D. M. Hocker, Clerk. and is the talk of society. It is as rockport frecint. follows: s. b. fulkerson kt al A fool there was and he made his motiom, Hartford Republican. OF INTEREST TO FARMERS. EVUucfa Tn In Little Ingtoii. ft Gonaral Diroctory. SI A1K Items In Samson and out of Season Those out save for Reforonoe. IheTixtt1 n v is a g eat annoyance We fiuml last summer goto will ing over the cows oace or twice a wek with tanner's (fish oil,) lept the files awsy. hibiisHH Hoc nf llnml 1 I'tlN for 11 inftti-ern- e tontslnml o Rtrnt wraiiii lowirta ciliols o nrasN ifiaee tliey am a wlmk cheat, always reiuly edloHnl, ! Ho Governor William O. llrmlley. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth Charles Flnley, Altnruoy Gonoral W, 8. Taylor, minor -- Battiuel H. Stono. Tnsfiirer Geo. W. IiOng. Cuiiiiulwiniier ot Agriculture, I lor Lucas Statistics mid ticul mo Moore. Siipnintemlout 1'nbllo Itittruction-Gf- o AL Davlmn ltegister Uml OlTlos IJlins. O. BTSTrTa ITT? TITO Ol Fll I l 9. WA&VtL&ik.! Mllll 111.7-T r, TW 1 11 ry Itpnjs. I A ling having a small bond, solid jowl, broad, straight bnek., deep and uquare body, heavy ham extending well down, nnd stan Jlng close to the ground on strong feet, will produce the greatest amount of pork in the shortest time If your horse his had n particularly hard drive, or hss txen worked until ne is very tired, f,ive nim a little rest bclorc he is fed Rub him well all over and give his legs particular attention. To clear a room if files, lowe the upper Irishes, closing the lower ones; then pull the down. The flies, followirg their nntuml instinct, crawl up the glans to the top, aud finding the opening fly out and off. Afterwards clostd blinds or rcreens keep them out You cannot expect to rol e good pigs and nuny ol them when only young and immature animals are used; your herd will soon run to culls under such n system of breeding. Breeding stock should be selected with relerenceto constitutional vlgo, large bone, quietness nnd early ma- Isfaetorn prerent a colli Of fTr. MirAiill llipr lit Blek lirails)e, Jsmxllr r rnnntlivitlnn rte Me. TLeonljr fills to lake with llooU'a 8arirllta. Pills J (ASTORIA AYcfictnulc Prcparalion Tor Assimilating Uicroodniuincdula ling llic Stomudts nudl3oreb of THAT THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE Divide Rockport voting precinct. S. L. Fulkerson et ol having filed a petition to divide Rockport voting precinct into twovoting precincts and having filed certificates of V. II. Wilson, sheriff of the election for November 1896, showing that at said election in November 1896, there were cast three hundred and sixty-eigh- t to prayer (Even as you and I ) To a rag and a bone and a hank of hair (We called her the woman who did not care;) But the fool called her his lady fair (Even as you and I ) Oh, the years we waste and the tears we waste, Aud the work of our head and hand Belong to the woman who did not votes, and the Court being sufficients know, ly advised, it is ordered and adjudged (And now we know tint she could never know) that said precinct be divided as folAnd did not understand. lows: Beginning at Grten river where the track of the Illinois Central rial A fool there was and his goods he spent road crosses said river, thence with (Even as you and I ) the line of said rail road track to the and a sure intent Honor boundary of the McHenry voting pre- (And itandfuth wasn't the least what the lacinct where same crosses said rail dy meant;) road track, and all that part of the But a fool must follow his natural bent voting preoriginal Rockport (Even as you and I ) cinct on the South side of said rail road track, to be in one precinct and Oh, the toil we lost and the spoil we lo-- t, to be called, "South Rockport," and And the excellent things we planned all on the North side of said rail road Belong to the woman who didn't track to be one voting precinct and know why g to be called ' North Rockport" (And now we know that she never knew why,) precinct, and the voting place in And did not understand. each precinct to be in the town of vot-id- v Rockport. A Copy attest: D. M. Hockbr, C.O.C.C. Select PurciNCT. Ohio County Court. " Motion for change of Select voting precinct. This day F. M. Crowder and C. II, Rogers filed notice and moved the Court to change the boundary of Select voting precinct so as to include them in Select voting precinct and ths 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 Bast Beaver Dam voting precinct and Cromwell oting precinct in Ohio county so as to transfer his farm from said Cromwell to said East Beaver Dam precinct as follows: Beginning at n stake on the Cromwell and Rockport road on the west side of said farm, thence South poles to his South-wes- t corner, ttience Hast to his South-ea- st corner, thence North poles to his Noith-encorner, thence West poles to a stake where said voting precinct line crosses said line near the corners to L. M. Roach and the W. h Maddox place A copy attest: D. M. Hockkr C O C C st The fool was stripped to his foolish hide (Even as you aud I ) Which she might have seen when she threw him aside But it isn't on record the lady tried ) So some of him lived, but the most of him died (En en as you and I ) And it isn't the shame and it isn't the blame That stings like a white hot brand; It's coming to know that she never knew why (Seeing at last she could never know why.) And never could understand. 11 Teneh llieUIrl to Hoik, Some patents think it unnecessary to render their daughters capable of as marriage will obviate There are many won the necessity, 01 those men who do not marry, who do, the death or misfortune of the husband may throw some of them helpless upon the world, perhaps with little children to care for as well as themselves. It Is too late then to begin to learn a handicraf that will bring them breal. The ranks of the untrained workers by are constantly being recruited those who in their girlhood little thought that ttem necessity would ever force them to labor with their hands What pitious stories could be told of them; the etfort to sustain life upon a miserable pittance, the brave endurance sometimes the hopeless relinquishment, the terrible fall. Is it not the paramount duty of every parent, ol every gardian of a girl to place in her hands a weapon of defense against this cruel fat and have Hvil after effects never follow the her taught the means by which hhe use of Dr. Bell's Peppermint Chill can gain on honorable livelihood? Home Lite. Tonic It is u plsasaut liver laxative. It makes rich, red blood, It A couple of ardent silveritea whose makes stout, sound bone It makes stock In trade U to abuse gold stanllesli. It makes rosy cheeks. All of met jesterday nnd one dard this cures chills so they stay cured. asked: mill, "Why is it that w abiue Dealers guarantee it. For sale by 7.. gold bugs? ' The truthful answer Wrj ne Griffin & Bro. came quickly, "damfino " "Well." continued the first, "we will have to MlitiiiMJieT.irlir. learn more than we knjw or quit, as Bli Perkins pa&d through yesterday, en route to talk to them fellows are getting thick in the country and growing miglity sassy." fourteen Chautaquas in Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri. When asked how the New York Democrats felt about the new tariff bill, he saidi "We don't feel veiy well. We free G'gbo-Democrsiter aud free trade Democrats are all mixed up. To make our party pros- -j crous we want hard Cleveland time il a deficit. Prospirlty will knock rt, Chi-cag- o OF Uevnnl.1. THC DRIFT TOWARD GOLD. Insurance Bureau ConimtMioner-- D Silver Nations Are Urnilnnltr Co mine V. CumiiiRoro. to the alil Stnnclarrt. II Collier. A.fJi.lBotGfnerfit- -l) While Mr. Bryan and his nasoelates, Slate Librarian Mrs. Mary Umwii "Promotes Digcslion.ClicctruI refusing to accept the verdict of last Norcmber, are looking forward hope- Day. ncasamincsl Contains nclllicr RAILROAD COMMtMtnNKIW. fully to renewing what they call the OpiunT.Morpliiiic nor Mineral. ON "batUo fqr sliver" at the next congresNAito Jni C. Wood, chairman; J. P. sional elections; while a bimetallic S. Irwin. Hwretary commission has Just been appointed to Dempwr. II. muel F. Hrown. visit tho Buropcan gotcnimenta tn tho $ttvteraiti)rs.acnsmmn onsottra'iOVAU. intercut ot international bimetallism, there may bo pcrcelTcd nil over the Hun. William C. Liml-4sSenators OF EVERY world on unmistakable drift toward tho IT'ui. J (J. S lllnokliiirn. single standard of gold. Since the apItpprssentatlvo Pnurtli District pointment of tho United States comHun. John W. Lewis missioners tho dlpatchca from Kuropo fl i&iymfHr. 8TATK I.MIMI.ATUIIH. lndleoto that their mission wW In fruitless, nnd that there is no more probabiliSenator Hon. A. D James. Apcrfcct Itcmcdy rorConslipa ty of thoso governments returning to Ilnprposntntl ve Ohio Uouuy Hull. tion. Sour Stomach.Diarrlwca bimetallism then thero is of their re- C. M. lkrnott. 'bnns,Coniitsions turning' to flintlock muskets for their Sleep armies. The latest announcement Is OHIO COUNTY? from Iti'uwla, which Is to the effect that ciitcTjiT couirr. facsimile Signature of she is Irrevocably committed to the cold linn. W. T. Owen, Judge Owene-borstnndard. a bottles calj. It Oattorla la pat p la Dut It Is not in Europa alone that NEW YORK. ll'in J. Edwin Rowp. Attorney It not iM la ball, Itoa't alio aajma u nil this tendsney to disenable. Tho wis- Owcnflioro. too aajtlilig slit oa tin pica cr jremlia taat II dom and apparent oaso with which tho ll "lait si geej" and "IU aamer Try par. T II. Black, Japanese goicrnment has planned U10 poaa.1' &r that jm gt G. II Llkrns, Ork llnrtfni.1. adoption ot the gold standard is one of the marvels of modern statesmanship B D. Itingo. Master Own missioner EXACT COPT OF WRAPPCN and marks the pcoplo ns among tlia Hartlnnl. most sagacious nntlons ot tho earth. G B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund turity Laggard China also fceems to be awakHartford. Fly paper can be made thus: Take ing from her silver dream ot Isolation Rheriir Ilartfnnl. Cul. P. and is anxious to hove, the customs du- Deputies Iveown, Keown Hartford pyrethru'm rose 11111, cover with water Samuel ties at tho treaty ports placed on the Joe Roberts, Ponlsvlllr; Tims R. in suitable vessel, closed nnd gradual- gold biste, as theiy substantially wore A ly bring to a boil, keeping it theie when the treaties were made. The de- Bishop, Centcrtown; 3. T. Stevons, long enough to extract the poisonous preciation of silver has greatly crippled Crnmwoll. revenues, nnd now that she is comCourt oonvenes first Momlay in principle. About half an hour will her into closer financial connection w 1th ing March and Auicnst nod contiuuestlireo do. Let cool aud then strain. Soak lEussIa it may be assumed that her weoks. mill thud Monday in Mny and ?5Nw thick paper with it and let It dry A finances will be conformeil to the gold November two weeks fctnmlnnl. FOR London druggist has just received a COUNTY COtlllT. to If patent on this- - It is not poisonous own wo turn from the far orient our John P Morton, Jmlge Hnrttord. EVERY niomber ol hemisphere, wo will perceive a D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartlnnl. to human beings or domesticated ani- stirring in the Central nnd South AmerEVERY family ou AttoriiPv-IIartfu- nl. E. P. Neal, mals ican states to reform tholr monetary EVERY Inrm, in Monday In Court convenes first entailed In the spring and early summer, system and escnpo the lossescut roncy. each month. EVIJRY villngo, in by on Inferior and depreciated good, home remedies for so called A dispatch a few days since from Limn EVERY State nml Territory. COUKT. QUAKTHItLY Begins on the third Monday in "spring troubles," will be appreciat- informed 111 that Teru had notouly sliver cohJHge'but had jmsscd n January, April, July and October, ed. Rice water is an excellent des FOR lwlucnii.ui, law against tho Importation of silver. oouirr ok mulcentdrlnk when there is irritation Columbia has adopted the gold standFOR Noble MhiiIkhmI, Convenes first Monday in January, of the bowels, dysentery of dlarthoea. ard, while Chill, Uruguay and Ilrsall FOR True Wi'hwbIi-'i- 1. nnd Tuesday nfter the soiim1 Monday Mucilage ol rice, we are told, is also make gold unlimited legal tender and in October In but limited sums. In Honan excellent soothing diet forthe sick, slher San Salvador, Costa Men ami OPFIOWW. 0TI1KK OOUJ.TY IT gives ab imp rts.i)t news ol the Nation. duras, G. S. FitzhiiRh, Surveyor Sulphur especially in irritable conditions of Santo Domingo the gold standard hsa IT gives r impnr'R.111 news of tlis W'orbl. IT gives the must reliable market retmrts the intestinal canal, acting as a de- been established by law, though a de- Springe. N. 0. Dinitl, Aesor Cromwell. IT gives brillliiiit and iuttruoiive eritturtnU. mulcent. The mucilage of rice is preciated paper currency prevents tho Z. II. Slniltx, School SupL Hartcirculation of gold at preent. These I T reives lascinatitip short stories easily made. Take one ounce of movements go to show that those naford. IT ttiret an unexcelled ngricuitural ileparluieut. good, clean rice, and let It heat and tions who are in touch with nuropean L. W. Hunt, Curouee Sulphur, It trivet fcicutifit awl nischsnicsl inlurninllnn. soak for three hours in a quart ol tepid tiade and commerce feel tho necessity Springs. IT gives illustrated fashion srtidw. solt water in a pan on the stove, then of having ths same monetary system Poorhouse 0. R. Utmphell, IT gives humorous illustrations nnd thnt their people are at a disadvan- 1..11 -- I. 1.. .1 IT gives eulortHinment to young ami ulil. siuwiy iur unuiucr iiuur, tage because of their fluctuating and Keeper, Hartford. ici il justices' C0UIIT8. IT gives SNtisier i n pverywliere ItT everybody. and strain. Sweeten nnd accidutatc, depreciated home ourrenclcs. A. S. Auu March 3, June 1, Sepl'i;K RKl'URLICAN nod NEW YORK WEEKLY or mix with milk. And jet while these nations, admitTRIBUNE, Mb papers tedly our Inferiors in wealth and In tember 1, December 1. Many a farmer who almost gave Jont B Wiuns March C, June 6, physical nnd intellectual progress, are his sheep away only n year or two struggling out of the bonds thst hold September 4. December I. 12, C. L. WoouwARD-Mar- ch ago will wish he had them after a them back there are thoso among us 5 while. Begin now by selecting a dry who would imperil our ast wealth Rnd June 1 1, September 10, December 10 pIurMrlng us down to the Address all orilers to the Jau A. Bow 10 March 20. June piece of ground, a soil taut needs commerce by silver standard. Whatmusttbonations September 18, December 18. plowing, spread on a heavy coating of ths world think of such leadership 10. 25, Julie B. P. GitAVKS-Mn- rcli , of sheep manure, plow nicely and as nnd statesmanship? Chicago 20, September 28, December, 24 " 3E3Co,ltlOX-a.ISLS"-early as possible, harrow thoroughly Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. V. Best and often, and about June, sow to Trie Flsry Ssrpsnts. Room a, Tribune Dulldlns;, New York City, and sample copy otTIIK lutabagii turnips, and calculate that NRW YORK WEEKLY TRWUNK will be nmilel to vou Tlia flarv sarnents mentioned ns next winter you have one of the best ' having been sent to bito the Jews ,1 of foods tor breeding ewes Feed two during their wanderings in tho quarts of sliced turnips and a handful wilderness are snid by some com- V4. of ground oats daily, nnd jou may mon tn tors to have been so called not Ur&b KSTWZ confidently hope to raise twice as from their appearance, but becauso manylambsas you have sheep She p their bito occasioned high fever and Thero is a intenso inflammation. need anabandanceof pure water, winter and summer. I know they will common species of sand viper in 3. E. Cor. 5th anil Market Sts, Loulsvillo, Ky. whoso biting oclive in summer on a dry hill pasture parts of Arabia casions tho same symptoms where there is no water, but the KLVS CRRAM HAUI linnoaltlvecare. The cranberry was originally Apply Into th cottrl's. It Is quickly ihiorbed. SO Affords the beet lacllittes for tlmroush practical trnlnltii; iu SHORTtreatment is cruel and unpsofitable. t Drnrgtita by mill ; 10c by tho oranoberry, the berry growing cent BUOTUEHS,orM Wsrrta umnlKcw York mill. HAND TYPEWRITING and Success ns.surtd in ELY Clly. tit, In Memory, at tho end of a long stalk bearing', Terms moderate. Tupils astisttd to POSITIONS TIIRCBMOrilil. Of Wallace T. Rowe, whose little spirfanciful resomblanue to the leg of a hen competent Business men furnished Stenographers I'RIUt OP it took its flight from earth 'olleaven a crane. CHARGE May 6, 1897. It h a tlifllcult problem, not In theoThricG-ii-wce- jf We stand beside the casket, ry, but in practice, to change the cur1 J And tears unhidden flow, rency system of the country, and will To see our prrcious jewel require the highest skill for Its Taken from Us home below. Ylcksburg (Miss.) Post. He was like n budding Hlly, Forbidden here to grow; Even in death most beautiful, As white and pure as snow. t V RSPferti V ffl"KPi Notwithstanding our burnt-ou- t lost July wo arc fctill headquarters tor all Though within his little grave, We lay him down to rest; kinds of We kuow that he will blossom reOn the loving breast. mz&. THE Not otic. IS WRAPPER BOTTLE OF y, Fewnsli-ncssandLo- ss or o. ena-tli- JuiW-TTHrtf- nrd. BwBgSgps r I w wet wm. - -- J I b 1 -1 :- 1 1 I J $1-2- I 1 , iL Advance EIAltTFOKI) IIKPIBLKUN. , ONE YEAR Times-Heral- il il JaLI ' IwPl Afsj-i'm- CoXoxft. "3au tever CoU. KING'S CiKRil DOOK-KERriN- COLLEGE to-da- wn&SflzBSEBfi eaa m. SHORTHAND INSTITUTE The Republican nccom-pllshme- st. imtl N. Y. World $1.65 per year. ..' for mmmmmmmmsmmmm Do. you want any ify s PRINTING? wo Note Heads, So fare) on well, deir Wallace, They have put jou from our sight, But our form will still be with us, Iu the daikntss and the light. One day we'll meet youdulin;j, In jour blessed mansion new, For though you cannot come to us, Still we will go to jou; So larejoundl. our baby darling, Mamma. Leitchfield, June 15. '87 1 he greit newpper of the country and ihe unprtjudicul nnd intelligent Ameiican. pats8sed of American pluck and a renlizition of our unlimited rrsourccs and our ability to develop them, all, free from small ot Slcel nnd Ridiug Chilled Both Best Corn Drill, Check row Planters, Riding and Walking Cultivators with and without tongues, Disc Harrow?, Fencing Wiro plain and barbed, Otbnrue Mowers arid Biuders,IIubor 1 hresbuig Machinefraction engines. All abuvo repairing Implements are guaranteed to he of the best quality. First-dant nil kinds dime promptly. n fpocinlty, also a full lino of fertilizers for tobacco. Yu will And us at our old stand en First and Railroad St Como in and fo us. Horse-shooing Fanrsifiig Smplements. Brakors P ow. Walking quality and If you do, Utter Heeds, arc ready to ceive your orders forar.y tiling in that line. We print Dill Heads, Statements, Circulars, Dodger?, Horse Dills, , Business Cards, Vifitinft Card, Blanks, - WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, BEAVER DAM, KY. Wedding Invitations, Prescription Jack Dill. parlitMiiiship, recogniz nnd nckuowl-eld- ge the nil twcly returning confidence l'.uni products, and prosperity. stocks nnd uonda, sajs one writer, are rUlug with the thermometnr Our resources are beyond estimate and their devtl jpuient cannot be pre- venud even by the cil.mlty howler. In the Imiuige of President McKiti- Tennessee Centennial: Uv at til Whatever adverse conditions may Q r K)OOOOOOOQGOOOOOOOOOOOOO Il BJIs--H WAI -. TA II In inct everything- that you want r IF! jw u n iuur A II- t: 1 -- r 2C I -- flr Do You Get YOU a CORRECT FIT? RECEIVE THE ailiw OF . -.- (-'-. q C printed. 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