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AUSTIN, M'g'r., Wost Markot Strcot Bo twnsn Sth and Oth, Louisville, Ky. ( K. L. BAKEK AND O.BRK8 T. O. JIAKIJR. IiHhis newnnd superbly illuitrntoil workn noWeCliristinn woman tell utlio thrilling story of her peruonal oxpor-ien- co In Oospol, tompcranco, mission, in n great city. No and resiiuo-worrecant publication ii now commanding so much attention nor has any other called lorth such ringing words from ministers and oi "Qod-spcoeminent wome'n. It has been preached about from famous pulpits, read by tens of thoueandsof subscribers, and mado tho subject of many a clergyman's Sunday evening lecture. Its authorship is fourfold, its four .uithors being no lets than: Mrs. Helen Campbell, Kov. Lyman Abbott, D. D., Col. Thomas V. Knox, jiud Inspector Thomas Iiyrncs, 'Ch!ef"o'f "lEe New York Detective Bureau. ' tho principal Mrs. Campbell, writer, certainly was a woman commissioned of God, and "In IIIsNnmo" Bpcot many years as a city missionary itcrally "In Darkest New York.'' What a wonderful workBbodid. How devoted and blessed her labors were. It is a stoy never to bo forgotten. This uniquo vol u mo presents these thrilling experiences of Christian with the hundreds of pathecio and amusing scenes that were packed into them; it portrays lifo in a great city by day and by night "As Been by a Woman"; it shows tho power of tho Gospel to redeem souls irom tho lowest depths; it gives striking testimonies of the redeemed; and irom all these rich and varied experiences it draws living truths for Load and heart that are worth to any reader ten limes the price of tho book. Mrs. Campbell's is full of Won account of rescue-wor- k derfully touching incidents. Stranger stories are here told than romanco ever dreamed of, evory ono of them drawn from real lilo by a woman's hand. In every chapter she weaves in anecdote otter anecdote, incident after incident, story after story, and tho reader's attention is held breathless to the end of tho volumn. "Strange but most suggestive is the fact," says Bishop Coxo in warmly commending this volumn, "that Christ is to bo visited in these dens and dives; the aro those whom He will bsar in mind when He says: Yo visited me'; or, when he says: Yo did it not to Me.' " k d" or life-lon- President of the United States. Says He Would Make the Sacrifice However tuency. HOW TO FIND OUT. Louisville Dental Co., r OWENSBORO, KY. GoldCrowns ?5to?7 jto 5 Porcelain Crowns set of teeth (no better made lieet no matter how much you pay) . $B $1 up Gold fillings 75c Sllvsr filling Itxtractiug, pel tooth 25c Painless extracting with Vitalised soc Air Itxtractlng lree when Artificial Teeth are odered. Office permanently located Wanted-AiT- lia 1 4W.H..t. oo malm Idwuii ttiar Pniclyoor WKODCU1IURNmarft trtng Katint Altor Writ JOMH CX. , for tluir al.luu prUa offw rert Waibloamn. u4llit at two bitnOxaa laTantlODa wan(4 JS3g GRDVE TASTELESS TDNIC WARRANTED. PRICE I8JU8TASCOOD FOR ADULTS, Oil ATIA.lUA.NgT Li H LL 1 50 ots. 18,IM. ParUMeJWnaCo.ist lxwu.Ho. MO -- Wo tottlaa ot nwll.menTAHTKI-liH- auM lut rear, OluVVK-CHILL TONIC utl ban ttouMbl ihr.0 aroa alraadf tbia r.ar la all oar reara. In UiO druif bnainaaa. bara ot It a men ETr kM an arllcla ibat iourairulr unlfanal aaUa. iatUon a luur 'lunlo. AUNlv.CAlm C0. Por snip l.v Williams & Bell cuitruMtiM IU 111 I.ITI BlNin . nninv .&TOi!l'.fnSa? a 5mS(Hln iUHWSDI y rf V Vl If J f j FjyjaVMKUaLTUUlI'U WIS "' ILW 111, aiwjruur T: ijjgjpj tJaC J. iSiarS. K aai lUlMWU MKIiKIUIlllU vfaTyfJ kjmwtiRifi. fag?' '"tact-lBi- Slri sriuu'jU .'wwuiwusk '',.&umcai V ll Maicato For Hfs ConstiI'lll a bottle or common water glass with urine nnd let It stand twenty-fou- r hours; a sendlment of settling Indicates a diseased condition of the kidneys. When urine stains linen It is positive evidence ot kidney ttouble. Now Practicing Law on an Im- Too frequent desire to urinate or psln monso 3g&fc In Now In the back, Is nlso convincing proof that the kidneys nnd bladder ore out of order. WHAT TO DO. The Loutsvlli&Ctlpmmercial eays: There is comfort In the knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's "Hon. John C. M?. Swnmp Root, thegreat kidney remedy of the Untied StaisljMsury, was at Ailfills every wish in relieving pain the Gait House last night, having arin the back, kidneys, liver, bladder rived from Lexington yesterday alter-noonnd every part of the urinary passages. It corrects Inability to hold utlne nnd scalding pain In passing it, "He was called upon by a reporter or bad effects following use of liquor, for the Commercial last night, and wine or bear, and overcomes that unwould state the pleasant necessity of being compelled when asked if he to get up many times during the nature of his business in this city night to urinate. The mild and the said: extraordinary eflect of Swamp Root is "Yes, sir, I will, I am here to soon realized. It stands the highest look after the interests of the Compfor its wonderful cutes of the most distressing cases. If you need a troller of the Currency in the German medicine you should have the best National Bank affairs. I hoped to Sold by druggists price fifty cents and have d consultation with Messrs. one dollar. For a sample bottle and Humphrey & Davie so as to learn the pamphlet, both sent lree by innll, mention TimllARTroRD Rkvubmcan nature oi the bank's affairs, but I was address disappointed, inasmuch as Mr. Hums and send your full to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ilinghamton, N. phrey was out of town; but I will Y. The proprietors of this paper hold the consultation with him toKagle Eye Salve guarantee the genuineness of this of- morrow.' cures sore eyes, styes, and granulated fer. " 'How long will you remain in lids. It strengthens weak eyes iu both old and young, "it allays all ritiKMhsiiir. the city?' Juce aG The wheat crop Is It gives a pleasant feeling "'That lean not tell, lam very being harvested nnd is teported to be anxious to' get through and get back about the eyes and makes the vision good. to my office. I may have to remala clear and distinct. For sale by Z The corn crop is late on account of here until Monday, but Lean not tell Wayne Griffin & Bro. . the dry, cool weather. whether we will take any steps in the rhn Itnro for Cougrtaa. preached nt Sugar case Rev. Rowe during my stay here or not.' It is not improbable that within a Grove church Sunday nlgbt. " 'What is there new in the politl-aren- a day or two Mr. C. W. Biansford will MrSt Bvaus, of this place, has been at the present, so far as you announce hiimell a candidate for con very sick for some time, but is some- know?' " gress". He has received very strong what better at this writing. " 'I positively refuse to be inter- pressure to make the race and is faUncle Wes Hocker, of near Benvcr viewed on any national or political vorably considereiug the matter. The on Dam, representing the South questions, for, as I have Said before, speeches Mr. Branslord made in the Marble Works, was In town I came hereon legal business, npt po- campaign of 1896 made a very deep this week. litical.' impression upon all who beard them. Uucle John Ralplfand wife, of near Is it true that you havr opened an They were piouounced as among the Ralph Chapel, were the guests of his office in New York, nnd have formed very best that were heard in KenMr. T. D. Royal, this n partnership with one of the largest tucky. He had no thought at the week. law firms in that city?' time he was made a candidate for Mrs. M. N. Brandon, who has been "Yes, I have opened an office, but elector on the Democratic ticket of very ill for sometime, Is thought to I have lormed no partnership with ever offering lor an office, being simpbe somewhat better. any one. I lepresent one of the larg- ly a business man, but he was deeply Died oti the 22nd, in St., a little son est firms there, but have no Interest interested in the great issue that was I of Mr. George Belamy, near Deane-field- , Itev. Dr. Lyman Abbott's in the firm other than to act as conn- - then, and continues to now be, a most Tljey.liave!hesympathy ol the sel for them wheneverthey deem It absorbing one before the people, and interest in City Miuiou'work, and his neighborhood M.A. necesary to have my advice on any he threw his whole heart into the subporsona share in that work, 100 Ilnnntil Sloo. subject." ject. The fruits of that work are now fitted him to write for this The readers of this paper will be "'Will your visit here this time manifest iu the demands upon him to to it bo book. In his introduction pleased to leais thtt there Is at least have any beating on Kentucky poli- make the race for congress, says: one dreaded disease that science has tics or the action of the gold DemoMr J. E Rowe is also considering "Myintorest In these phases of city lifo dates from my collcgo days. been able to cure In all its stages, and crats In regard to their fusion with seriously the congressional race, but From that day to this over a third ot that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cute the Republican party?' he has just been nominated for ComI do not know monwealth's Attorney aud the elec a century I have continued the is the only positive cure known to "None whatever. of the medical fraternity. Catarrh g studios thou begun, and the subject what the situatiou is, but one thing I tion lor that office does not occur unthis book has been ono of tho gJcat a constitutional disease, requires do know, and that is that I will have til next November. The congressionsubjects of my study sometimes in a constitutional treatment. Hall's no time for anything else but legal al election occurs In November of literature, otten m me. ' Catarrh Cure is talceu Internally, ac- business,' next year, but the early and aggressadvoNo appeal from lemporauco ting directly upon the blood nnd mu"Before the reporter for the Com- ive candidacy of Mr. Dempsey, ol cates can do ruoro to promote the cous surfaces ol the system, thereby mercial had an opportunity to have a Hopkins, will probably force that cause of temperance, than tho thrilling destroying the foundation of the of the contest into this year's poll:ics. talk with the scenes and iucidontsso welldoeorlbed; and giving the patient strength Treasury he found that gentleman in Messenger. Liver, by building up the constitution and close consultation with several ot Owcnsboro at least so says Mrs. Mary A. more and Miss Frances E. Willard. assisting nature In doing its work. Louisville's most prominent citizens Educate Yoar HoweM IVIth OHa.reta. One of the mod absorbingly inter-- , The proprietors haveso much faith In at the Gait House. One ot these hap Caii'ir Cathartic, cure conatlpatlon fore re r. 10o,g3c. IfC. C.C fall, droaclsts refund money eetiug portions ot the book is that its curative powers, that they offer pened to be a very prominent doctor, written by Inspector Byrnes given the One Hundred Dollars tor any case who was an ardent supporter of the McClure's Magazine lor July opens ripo oxporience ot thirty years of do that it falls to cure. Send for list of Indianapolis platform, and during with an interesting account of the actectivo life. Many ot the startling testimonials. Address. this conversation tills doctor said that tual daily life in a little "Republic" rovclation3ho makes aro taken irom V .J. CHENBY & CO , Toledo, 0. the South would have to have another where the citizens and governors are Sold by Druggists. 75c. his private diary. They havo never Piesldent, and that President would young boys and girls from the pool ett Hall's Faimlly Pills are the best. bejoro been published. have to be John Griffin Carlisle, of and most crowdeddistricts of the City This faiciuating volume is indeul a of N-- w York. Private industry and There Is no use taking pills or pur- Kentucky. wonderful tale of Christian love and gatives to cure chills. Dr. Bell's "To this the great statesman shook public functions are pursued precisefaith, all allvo with intense and strik- Peppermint Chill Tontc cures them his head and said: I am very sorry ly n. ly older people In larger repubing reality. The best of it is that it by itself, It does more than that, to say that I do not care to be Presilics, and neglect or abuse of either enian pure and elevating book from be- too It give you a new dress on the dent of the United States; I do not counters the same pains and penalties ginning to end a volume lor tho fam- inside. It tones you up aud makes care for the office, but I suppose, as in life at large. The paper is fully compelled to take It, I Illustrated from special photographs. ily circle On this point tho words ot you strong. It makes you fell some should I be For would have to make the sacrifice in Rev. Dr. Twichell (who has a family accqunt. Sold on a guarantee. order to please my constituents.' " ot ten children) and Rev. Dr. Magoun, sale by 7. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Iowa College aro worth Prosidcut Took llljf In Advertise. Victoria, 'Ineen ami i:mirci. quoting here: Dr. Twichell writes, When a fitiu Is In the heyday ol its Victoria's career is the one topic stio is going to set prosperity, good when business is "My wife says that uppermost in the world's mind our young people mi the bonk right and competition not felt, it Is no un- The story ol htr reign, of the expanwill do ihera"; and usual thing tor nn advettlsing solicioil', for tho good it sion ol her empire and pf the deeds cf President Magoun saya, "My family tor to be informed that the concern Is its statesmen and sages is n marvelfinds, whero other books un oursholves so well known nnd its busine-- s alous one. But "men is more than conMr. E. D. Jenkins, of Uthonla, Ga., lack iutorest, this ono always holds ready so extensive that advertising Is stitutions." The wortlfy monarch Is say that his daughter, Ida, Inherited a severe case of Ecietna, which the usual a useless expenditure of moner. We greater and rewards attention." than his realmn, The person- mercury aud potash remedies failed to numhertoargue In this It contains 252 superb engravings, have known a ality of Victoria is a more, puissant relleva. Year by year she was treated way. In altnootevery instance where and convincing fact In human histoi with various mcdiciuei, external appliovor ono of them made from photoremedies, without this has happened we have seen ry than even the magnitude of her cations and Internal - wrrft intense.. ft graphs taken from life, mostly by xoauii. II.. attllfrlnaa Bi.v..ft- steadily worse. younger competitions,, by judicious empire. And this Jubilee, which Is and her condition grew Every fitce li a portrait, Hash advertising and push, pass them iu this week to be celebrated with un ' ail i. .n.nt1nl Mnod remedies did not ...mtr rpAchthedll In lookreality. every scuiie a stem the race lor busintss Then these oaan nt all until S. ing at these epieudid illuurntlons tho concerns that were too well known to dreamed and unexampled splendor, S S. was given, when is, above nil, a personal Jubilee. It Giaan improvement reader sees at a glance just how would awaken to the sltua- j advertise was at once noticed. is not preliminarily to exploit the ex I pel we rk is curried nn by day aud by tion aud their advertisements would The medicine was V-Ji- r pansion of the empire or the achievecontluuecd with favnight by retoue bauds; he is shown j ogiln appear, but while they were ments of its subjects.but to commem orable results, and sights in nut ol the way places sleeping their wide awake competitors strange now she is cured orate the Queen's personal achievesound and well, her thut aro rarely or never seen by the must necessarily hava made inroads ment In prolonging her reign beyond skin Is perfectly oaiual visitor; hu is takeu into cheap iyto their business, which, with fair the compass of any other in English clear and pure and lodging-house- s aud cellars; into the treatment and business like methods, she has been saved history, nnd her persoqnl share of (mm what threat homos ot tho pnor; into newsboys' j they will hold. Let the largest house eredit for all that has been done. ened to blight her life forever. lodging-diouset- ; Into tho police and In any line stop advertising, and uote S.S.8. (guaranlttd Jturtly vegttabu) The estimate made of Victoria's detective departments, cto., nothing in what Inciedlbly short space, of time personality la that it has been cures Eczema, Scrofula, Cancer, Rheua largei business will be built up by throughout a potent and triumphant matism, or any other blood trouble. seems to ba omitted. It is a real blocd remedy and always they sleep. We do not know.whon 710 pages somebody who works while fact in most of the great doings of cures even after all else falls. have given us more gonulne pleasure. her reign; incomparably more potent If your eyes feel like sand were unIf we speak warmly of the book, it ii titan that ol any of;her predecessors. der the lashes, if they burn nnd your may well be believed, is en- - Take 0 blood rtmidy for a blood disease; became it richly ikserves itr It is sght is indistinct, Sutherland's Rag This, It Ft. By a delightlul paradox a tonic won't cure so'd only by agent! and i Hireling le Eye SOve will make the right. It ttrely true. books Agents who sale the most constitutional of monarchs onOur with an euormous blood and I . .. has cured thousands ol cases oi tore I I . ... I. most aujocrrtlc The skin diseases lUirouiluesuuilu num mn"i '" I.. wr e)es nnd ejrunulated lids long stand-ir- g has been the has most oi all subordl. mailed free to dially welrgraod. A bettor work has any address. It cures wheu i.theis fail. It is ' Queen who to our tabic It b nnlrss curtaluly Druggets sell it. For natcd her will to that ol her people Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Wayne Gnffin & nro. has most of all liuprsd hrr will Gs. will bo read over and over again by Nile ly 1 e post-office Suth-er-landCar-rolltw, be-in- upon them and upon nil the progress of their social aits That K explained by the fuither anahsis of her character and citcumstirces. She Is seen to have Iksii Item the outset a true Rnglifchwomsn, the first really BtilKdi sovereign the realm has had for many reigns, to have shown herself, In good faith and above suspicion, n consistent and prog ret si vc constitutional sovetelgn, and to have been in the highest and deepest sense ot the term a model ol true womanhood. When to these conditions we add her unusual intellectual powers and executive ability and "saving common sense," the secret of her unprecedented personal prestige Is mnde obvious. The world Is grcfcvcnriched by such a personality, fflffe boisterous old notion of hero worship," as Mr. Morley fellcltiously phrases it, may well be seen "tobeonly ahalf truth." But U is equally true that "the world will never be able to spare its hero, and the man with the rare and exceptional gilt of genius will always be as commanding a figure as he has ever been." Such a figure is that of Great Brltian's venerable Queer. Above all the great soldiers and statesmen nnd writers and scientists of he time, sne stands supreme upen degenerate the world's stage a personality of classic virtues and classic greatness iu the arduous greatness of great deeds drne. Honor congratus and praise and world-widlations may well be rendered her. N. Y Tribune. To tho Most Popular Tonch-orof Ohio County. U.ER1CE259 It lasts twice as long; as others. A trial win convince you or I la great merit. Will pltaae the meat raalldloue. Tun Rki'UDI.ioan has always been friendly to the teachers ol Ohio county, aud has always received substantial aid from them and wo have now determined to give $100 00 in pres ents to the teachers in a voting con-- , test. Wo have four prizes, valued at 30, 825, $25 and 820, which we aro going to givo eway. We are going to allow the teachers and peoplo to say who shall havo Iheso presents Two of tho prizes will bo given to tho two most popular lady teachers and two will be given to the two most popular gentlemen teachers. Wo will pub- ish every week two coupons in Tun ItrjFum.tcAN and all votes must be used as printed. It makes no difler-en- co how you get hold of 'the paper, just so you use the printed form as no other will be counted. The prizes will be distributed as follows: 1. To the young lady teacherwbo receives the largest number of votes wo will givo one of Geo. P. Cram's New Universal Globes, valued at 830. It is the finest Globe that is made. 2. To the young gentleman teacher who receives the largest number oi votes we will give one of Cram's New Universal Atlas, valued at $25. 3. To tho young gentleman teacher who receives the second largest nura-ber- oi votes, we will give a scholarship in King's Commercial College of Lousviile, valued at $25. 4. To the young lady teacher- who receives tho second largest number of votes, wo will give a scholarship in Konyon College at Hodgcnsville, valued at 820, making iu all a total of 8100 to give to the teachers. We have made arraugemeuts with Hupt. ohullz to tako charge oi voting contest, to open the ballot box, count the votes, &c, The contest will close on the last day of the Ohio County Teachers Institute, which will be held somo time in August. The voting will bo perfectly fair, and Mr. Shullz, together with his Board of Examiners, will count the votes and the prizes will be awarded that day. Go to work and vote for your Send all votes to Z.H. choice Shultz, Hartford, ICy., nnd he will put them in the ballot box. Wo can furnish exf ra copies of TrtE Iteron lican lo anyone who wants to vote at 5c per copy. If you want many copies, leave your order a week before baud. Remember we will give 20 votes with every new subscriber to The Get your friends to subscribe end give you the coupons, and by this means your candidato will win. - Mir. el CHARLES F.MILLER, FRBNCII MILI.EU TOILDT SOAPS AND PERFUMERY, " Lancaster, Penn. ESTABMSHIiD, 1819. PROFESSIONAL -- aJTTVTVTOV CARD. creaaa.es A..SmJ.t3x, RTTDSI Y IIAKTFOIII), KY. Will practico his profession m Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given collections. Office east side of puHi'. f if f square. M. I,. IlRAVRIN. SlIELBV TAYtOR. KttorneyseitLaw HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR,- - Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law, Will practico his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. It. R. WEDDING Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will bo given to a business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. lections. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in the Courts of Ohio nnd adjoining conn ties. Special attention given to col Office in Courthouse. :f. 3nt:e5.a.x,, Attorney at JC&w. E3. (Oonnty Attorney) Attorney atKyT Law HARTFORD, JWO. B. WILSON, SPECIAL attention making given to col" also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Office North side of public square'. abstracts, Ac., Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Offico with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. Attorney at t,aw R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, 1 U a . . 1 Attorney at Law, Hhrtford, Ky., J.B. VICKERS, h o 3 o Will practice his profession in Ohio andadjoining counties. Special at tention given to all business entrusted Office in REruuiJOAV 0 his care. building. O 3 g ao 5 Attorney at aw HARTFORD, KY.. Will practico in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office with County Attorney. ARMISTEAD JONES, o E "5 o o g o S I 3 (4 QPIUM AIIUIU, Utt. I and WhltVer Ilabtls cured at borne without pain. Book of n.U.WOUI.LF.Y,MD. ce iin h. jot nt rilKK. U it c E TIMK TAII1.K. I. '. II. It. IIKAVKIt llA KY. GOING KAST. o c c 13 Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 n. m. Mali No. 222 a 1 02 p. m. No. 202 a 7 25 p. m. Fast Mail GOINO WHST. Eczema 3 O a. o - Fast Mall c ? & No. 201 a 7 17 a m. Mail No. 221 a 12 25 p m. Local Freight No. 291 a 3 25 p 111. H. Mrrrick. Agt. . Ml Her Life. The and Republican E x a E rt the Courier-Journ- al for one year for $1.50. m ; lii-li- t. J - I i&JI . Jim A Real Blood Remedy. !... uuv-rcom- e SSS Jlnrtelou Itraulla. From a letter writted by Rev. J. Gundeiman, ot Diiuondale, Mich,, we are permitted to make this extracts "I have uo hesitation in recommending Dr. King's New Discovery, as the results we almost marvelous in the case oi my wile. While I was pastor of the Baptist Chutch at Rives Junction she was brought down with Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe. paroxysms of coughing Terrible would last hours with little interruption and it seemed as if she could not survive them. A friend recommend-- , ed Dr. King's New Dsscoveryj it was quick In Its work and highly satisfactory in results." Tiial bottles free at Williams & Dell's Drug Store. Regn ular size 50c and $1.00. Call on R. L. Bulllngton for any- thing in the tonsnrial line. Henderson route Louis ille, Henderson and St Louis Railway Company Time Card effective May 30, 1897. ItAST BOUND 46 No 42 44 7.66am 8.55pm Lv. St Louis Itvansvllle 6:50am 2:23pm 140am Henderson 7:15am 2:46pm 3:10am Spottsvllle 7.38am 3:07pm Owensboro 8:18am 3 44am 400am Hawesvllle 9:17am 44"pm 4 soani Cloverpott 9:45am 5.03pm 5 roam Irvlngton 10:45am 6.03pm ArLouisville 7 45pm 7 30am WltST BOUND No. 41 43 45 Lv.Louisville 7:30am 4:50pm 8:05pm Irvington 9:15am 6:43pm Cloverport io:nam 7:39pm 10:17pm Hawesvllle 10:35am 8:04pm 10 37pm Owensboro 11:35am 905pm 11:27pm Spottsvllle js:i7pra 9.47pm Henderson 12:40 10:10pm 12 20am Evansvllle 1:15pm 10:40pm 11 50am 7 Ar St. Louis 7:3pm All trains run through solid to Hvansvllle. Through Parlor Cats and Pullman Sleepers on all trams between St. Louis, Kvaiisvtile and Louisville. No 41 and 4 J onneUs at Irvington fur tordsviHe and dail evept Suud.iy zm rg ewfcaevs -- ( i 7 1 mIvii coult it o iiustiuid I 3"l In I nomiti ild nerfrl l'KIUAV. i, ihy7 im mil before by the People party. months of McKinley law. f)3.t7t7, Contsmpnble Attack of the The Ex Will Soon be Completed and I h.i Govornor of Iowa tor the in customs revenue under net been i itiituliiii 41 7, lot Louisville Dispatch on Office on Fox Street. Wo will Have Better II MiiiMiiiion, y pitlv imaiii-ibut Wilson law, 8R7lfff32,iM0. No comSilver In No It essential to BA I our Venerable SecreIftMti-f- t iuw'y called me, over my earliest litery lit llnrlliitil, l(j. ment li needed. Tlmoa. lienlth. Rvery nook & B Unmistakable Lantary of State. prote-- t and prenFeil me into mjivio . and corner of tho SAM A. ANDEnSON Bdltor. guage. system is reached by the blood, and on Tin: New Yorkers nrostill in troubThat convention Hi t The Louisville Dispatch of June that my Washington, June a8 The tariff Its quality t lie condition ot every organ deSubscription, $1 .25 por yonr le over the prospective pretence of bill, when It reaches the President, cindidaey would certilnly be enilor-ei- l 26th contained an uncalled for and pends. Good blood means strong nerves, dastardly nttnek 011 Hon. John Slier-nuuunolouine guests on tlie Fourth of by the Hirer Deuoerata Iney Kntcrcd it the at Hartford will probably contain the House rates Waterloo, li , Juno a8 "Por one, good digestion, robust health. Impure The attlcle is as i1Iow: July. They suoceeded in "inducing" on neatly alt the Important features. had ftooil iMMn to think so In as second class mail matter. I do not believe it poeelule to succeed blood means scrofula, dyspepaU, rheum. The report which comesfrom V,i)i tkrn,eatarrhorotherdIseasca, Tbesurest Mr. lirvau to Jtay away, but tbo Irupon a plutfnrm that demands unWhile it could scarcely be expected 1896 the Peoples parly of Hie entile repressible Altgetd announces that be that the senate would reject the nation laid down its paity advantage ing'on about tbe falling condition of qualified free coinage of silver nt the way to bavo good blood It to take Ilood't Banaparllls. This medlotne purines, viand came to the support of Mr. Secretary Sherman's mind indlcites ration ol 16 to with gold. will lie there whether they want him amendments wlilrh Its own committee We have talizes, aud enriches tbo blood, and tend Dryan. Without the Populist Ivotc the decadency of his mental and poor not, and that be proposes to make I had proposed and go absolutely back fought that battle ami it is lost We tho element! ot health and strength to litical power. It will lie remembend every nerve, organ and tissue. It creates a speech. to the House schedule, there Is a la.t year Mr. Ilryan would not have can never light it over under circuma good appetite, gires refreshing Bleep strong disposition among Senators to carried a single State outside ol the how the newspapers gave publicly to stances mote favorable to oil selves and cures that tired feeling. Itemember, Illacle Belt Of the South, where Two Ruilding and Loan Amain i allow the teport about Secretary Maine's' If we hope to the conference committee to re succeed we mutt alnn-do- n health long in advance of the time (ions of Louisville have gone into store absolutely made up before the electhe House schedules this extreme demind." liquidation, owning to the recent de on first and second class wools, sugarl tion. Tbo People puty bronchi the when the general public realised bis In these words Horace Doles, form Rvery ilT.rt was Here in true condition I cision of the Court of Appeals, whieb pottery, farm products generally and great West to its standard. . er Governor ot Iowa, and eistwhile then trade to counteract the impresstiioy claim is adverse to them. Thu many other ai tides in which the Kentucky it gnve ita si odd thousDemocratic Piesidential aspirant, BEPUL1CAN TICKET. ion made by the publications about and votes tinaitliuoiuly to liryan. It Commercial Ruildiug and Trust Co. amendments made by the Senate comthe voters of the United did mote Rather than divide tbe Mr. niainu's health, but the reports was one of tho companies that failed. mittee have prDVen unpopular. The State, who demand the free coinage Eloctlon Nov. 2, 1807. In silver vote" lust) car, mthougli the were based on facts. In fact tho On True Blood Iurlaer. There is ifB ol silver. He Mr. E. M. Coleman is the manager bill ns framed by the House commitdoes it through, the f the tiest Democratic fenders rtlused to grant reason to doubt that there is, a sub medium of a euro I.lrer easy to and Mr. L011 M. Render, Secretary, tee and pissed by that body was esletter to Col D. M Fox, nOOU'S PillS Uke.easr toIIlsi County Judge, Jas. A. Park. operate, sec. us any concessions, we tooit down stantial foundation for the reports pecially acceptable to the agricultural ofDesMoittes. both are Hartford boys. County Clerk, M. S. Rngland. about Secretary Sheman's mental coninterests, and especially acceptable to our Congressional candid.iUsin eveiy "The friends of silver, although Sn llollalllK Hie Inane. Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, It is not yet time to write once defeated, district except two in the State, and dition. We notice from the Hartford Republicans generally in the fact that Duy n suit that is honest clear County Attorney, M. L. Hcavrin. arc not yet demoralizgave our unwavering support to the his obituary, but he lags superfluous es. This will not be Sheriff, S. T. Stevens. JImald that they have two tickets nt it precluded the possibility ol suspictrue after a sec- through. Insist upon it. costH no more than poorly constructed ones His mission is over Our on the stage. School Superintendent, Fon Rogers. the head of their paper. One is the ion or successful charge that It was silver Democratic candidates. ond defeat." he warniiigly says. gives n satisfaction never approached votes elected Clardy. Rhea. Smith. nnd his power is nt an end. Jailer, Tbos. II. Black. The Although Mr. lioiej his luprivate by one of the "Democratic Fusion Ticket," tho framed in the interests o'or to the kind. Assessor, G. D. lloyal. Settle and perhaps Pitapatrick. We same power that ma'de him what he frequently expressed other is the "Democratic Ticket." advantage of trusts of any kind. hostility to the Keeps its shape as long ns you wear Coroner, L. W. Hunt. were ignoied nil ally in Hint fight. is took him out of the senate because 16 to 1 plank of the Cblcigo platform, It, and is a suit that wjjl carry you Why is this? Tboy know tho ticket Whether the Senate amendments are Surveyor, N. Moxloy. We got no return ofcourtesies for our he was no longer serviceable there. 1Mb la 1.a ft.ct A man that weara safely anywhere. - .1 will all be placed under the rooster more favorable to the trusts or not, MAGISTRATB. that and made room lor a more vigorous J a suitalways "fits" him madh l'ort the mere fact that many persons be-- , hard fighting aud our voting. Peroa from t0 le efft utM hsan better opinion ol man Hartford Dist Christopher Allen. aud will bo called tho "Democratic lieve them to be so ,lcly is likely to lead sonally, I stumped the State fir ? .,' " Uring it to be n dead issue be himself, and feels more kindly toward Ticket." They are doing that in ori Cromwell Dist JontB Wilson. hat; been political ngsni in the Ilryati, spaaklng In every Congressn, j.,..i, I,.. ,- -. rest of hiiminitv the dcr to try to fool tho Populists. Tiioy the conference committee to reetore ional District." Itrom the mountains senate, and rut of it. of the money What kind ol unit do you wear? absolutely the House rates, and there setting it to be such. says the Announcements. know tho Populists will not support IVhtn jim buy Pantaloons power in this country and IJurope. vntma limia.1 ll ntulm.. 11. He have to the Mis&issippfj, I carried the bans . I.WI .I. is ever reason to believe that the Senfor !lrirrariUMIir. them made to your order, too. Wc tbo Democratic ticket and they are ner of silver ana fought the battle of That power used him . to fasten its ' ,.. .., .i. ate will promptly accept them. We are authorized to announce - uicniii auvsr . monometallism, pure make them up lor you from $4 00 senemes 01 ronoery on me peopie.and .1j nmJ gj,up trying to keep them in the dark ns R. A. BYHRS The Hawaiian annexation treaty Dryan. I never wavered. I never would increase ins up Made right. Materlnls in any called upon the Democratic party for it is now using Mar Hanna to pre long as posible. If tho Democrats of continues to be gtea(j v diminish the meat misfor style you may fancy no matter what As a candidate for Representative the subject of much vent tneir undoing, stiermtu wag tunes attributed to the single gold sort we have them nnd the price Is from Ohio county, subject to the ac- this county want to treat tho Populists attention and discussion, and the a cent of money to bear my expenses always the lowest. tion of the Rtpublican party. And in view of all this, knowing that backed up by the money power, but standard. fair, why don't they put up au Inde- more it is discussed the more satisfacThe Itdward Rose & Co , Chicago the office was an unimportant one, the dirtier work of miug motiev in pendent device, and that will not kill tory it becomes and the greater tbe for 3fnslfttrnlr. "It matters The Fashionable Tailors that's the elections was entrusted to anoth-er- s. we convince not." he sayt, "how make they put their name on the no great principle was involved We arc authorized to announce the Populist Party, otherwise .they prospect of its ratification. the the people the gold While it that Hanna is the chief corruption-is- t standard is wrong THOS. II. FAUGHT will destroy tho Populists. is scarcely expected that it will e therein, my people felt sure that the unless we convince goods it's a pledge ol good work- manahlp TitKvsiuNrr himcelf, and as argument had As a candidate for Magistrate in the them that what we offer in its place j that goes toward making Kverything taken up for final action at this ses- Democratic patty would not antagon your suit n Rosinc Magisterial District, subject ceased to betas powerlul as direct and Since the appointment ot Senator sion, ize their nominee. is better instead of worse"' there is every reason to believe finished product, is found in this to the action of the Republican party. A. D. James as U. S. Marshal, the bribery, nnd as Shrrmait was Dut it seems that those honest Pn Dy theadoptton ol the 16 to 1 plank, make. Thelinings Inequality the that it will be confirmed at no distant I We are authioized to announce WHnc. he was forced to stand aside he declares, Republicans of this Senatorial District day and fit the styles-I- t's just exactly right c the delegates to the that the American flag, Populist reckonedwithout their host. L. B. LONEY in every detail, or jou can have your He was The politicians smelled the flesbpots and make room for Hanna. have been casting tbeii eyes about for which was pull down in Hawaii convention forced the silver money back. by As a candidate for Magistrate in the a man to succeed him. It was thought threw princp'e put in the state dejiatlmcnt to break forces to nseume the defensive for an ex Contederate at the direction pf from afar, and Hvery new weave and coloring Kosine Magisterial District, subject harmony and union Ids fall fiom liowerand case him thoir new creed, the lesuit, he as fashion dictates ns chic every that for a time that Hon. N. T.Howard, of Grover Cleveland, will be hoisted per- and idea to the action of the Republican party down to the grave, which will not ot forces to the winds. NoButler county, would be a candidate, manently under the direction of that serts, was the weakmng instead of that goes towards giving you that He begnn in the twithstanding I had been in the field bring him oblivion. appearance much destrengthening of their ranks, as sired by all men, is iound soin The workers in the cotton mills of but we notice that ho has been nomi- Union soldier, William McKinley. in pulic life a poor man, but he has Suits of The fact that President McKinley for two months, notwithstanding the their platform wai battered by the ar- this make. already able to nated for Circuit Judge in his DisNew England are loyal and work my par- nnde himselt many times a millionguments of their opponents. has so prosnptly and successfully car Orders taken by Carson Si Co,, not tbe contrast between a Kepubs trict, since then we have beard nothty had done for Bryan, and I myself aire by using his influanco to pauper. Hartford, Ky. lien and a Democratic aduiniitra-tio- n ing more about bira making the race. ried out this important feature of the had done when the battle raged fier- ize millions of his fellow cititens. Only nervous" is a sine indication Ohio county has some good men, who foreign policy outlined by the St. lite rtlxxljr Sj Bo. in the fact that the usially sum He now totters between the brink that the blood is not pure. Hood's Cswoireta Candr UoUiartlo, the matt platform has given additional cest, they put up a nominee of the mer suspension of work, which has would make a good race for the place. Louis of the grave and the fate of an imbe- SarkaparlliA purifies the blood and aedkwl ilwooiarr of tbe age, plant-aDemocratic party, and ignoied the confidence in his wisdom and pros sad refreshinc to ibe HUt, act neatly prevailed each year under the Wilson How would Hon. J. S. R. Wedding, humble Populist whose only crime cile, pensioned on the pnblic treasury cures nervousness and iwaltirely en kkluoyt, llvwr ami bowtd, pective success in shaping a satisfacdoanataf the anUre aytteni, dltuel cekW, law, is to be omitted this season and of Hartford, or Hon. C.S.Taylor, of tory policy with reference beerl and honest adherence to in a position which he cannot fill. c to Cuba. has flood rililewt'omlMK. iiemiaaue, lever, rwuuuai rMMinamn ltd bur the mills run on full time during the Cromwell, suit the people? Either of The demand for instant action on this principle when it rt quired the seer-- . The administration would gladly ring Secretary of the Trtaaur; Oige frfC binoitMMxa. Plea M nnd try n box (J. C 10. 1 tana ronlii. them would be a good mau, but we do down the curtains on bin peiform-anc- e. ays: summer. guaranteed lo cure by all dntffittiti. suVject, which was ho strenuous a ing ot ties to maintain principle. to not know their inclinations regarding Hanna and the Republican "The evidence I have obtained fiom month ago, seems to have entirely I'or Nnle FiiOM time to timo a free silver pathis matter, but we ofi'ar them as a disappeared, AN0IENT MARRIAGE LAWR party ot Ohio did not think it worth all sections of the country, from the and there is a disposition A deeirable farm of one hundred while to mention him in the state conper pops up and admits, that times are suggestion. What about it? press, front personal correspondence, to permit the President to formulate Some of the ctts. situated near Hartford, well n Customs vention because they were no longer growing letter, and that the prosall points in one direction and actu- watered a good oiclied, two hundred and carry out bis policy, which, it is Enjoined by tho King's Decree. Tun free silver Democrats who repnid to expand their luoga in hurling al improvement prosperity are pects for general hearing-- trees, good btilldings.nnd in in trede and in believd, will be a just one and satisThero are many curious features his name to the welkin good community. Por further par. This is not joiced in aliianco with Popolism last factory to He is albright and encouraging. In out place this imthe friends of Cuba. about tho laws of marriage as ad- ready dead, and he foolishly delays provements U more maikeil than In tfculars call at thl office nt once, tf in accordance with tho free silver fall will be interested to know that The protest cf the people agaitut ministered under our early Anglo-Saxo- n who IliirltlMi'n irulrn Mtlrp. idea, as the advocates of that doctrine the and Danish kings, traces ot his funeral and obstructs the public others, and in some localities it has Democratic delay of tbe tariff bill has The Best Salve in the wot Id for The good which he has been scarcely felt which have survived In our existing busines. depend on hard times, povert and are assured of the coutrol of the comat nl been so loud and clear that even the Cuts, Braises, Sores, Ulcers. Snlt done will be interred with his tones, Anglo-Saxo- n wretchedness to establish their cause. ing convention ot Populists at Memmerube r of that party could not res jurisprudence. By tbe "The business situation has Kbcutn. Pever9ntes, Tetter, Chapped if he ever did a good deed, but the Ilandn. Chilblains. Corns, and nit Reason or argument has no pi tee in phis are out in a prcnunciamento silt it. The prog ess upon the bill laws, every woman was under tho improved by reason oi incare of some man, who was termed evil which he has done will live after Skin Eruptions, and positively cures creased trade and enlarged niaunfac the mind of the free silver advocates. against further monkeying with the this week has been rapid, so rapid her mundbora, or guardian; and no Piles, or no pay required. him, and men, women and children tories in It is serai-fiu- t dollar, and propose to go to that there is lesson to expect that it various kinds of induitry. could marry her without having will snflfcr the consequence guaranteed to give petfect satisfaction of his Indications are still favorable for the full extreme ot an absolute fiat will pass the Senate by the end ol the one paid a sum of money as a "N.i one has apoketi to me within or money refunded. Pilce first cents crimes athoutand yenra alter his body the completion and final enactment paper currency. Tom Watson, who month. to her mundbora. the lust month in a toac of discour- per box. For sale by Williams He shall havedeaolvtd into dm.t hvery agement Bell. of the tariff measure by July 4th. It leads the 13.1 yr. The father, of course, was tbe Not only is the progress made the Allofthoce with whom I says .. ..,. io-pttiiot slionM be to know have talked speak ..i.. tan 13 a'so likely that the House rates on in u recent issue of his paper: with a hope and "Wc bill extremely satisfactory so far as guardian of his unmarried daugh- that this power fir evil in gone It expectation of prosperity, which is wool, sugar, rice, and other agricult. genuine Populists contend that flat-is- related to the Senate, but the pros- ters; the brother' if the father died; and next to him the nearest male would be improper t rej tzt over his justified, they think, by a degree ot ural products wilt bo fully restored, which is good IomO cents is good pects aic that the time occupied in relatlvo; If, however, tho femalo mi fortunes, but we cannot restrain improvement in their since tho Republicans of tho Senate for 100 cents. If the principle of fifl conference will be unusually brief. business affairs. wore friendless nnd alone, she feund tne thought that it woulJ have bei n Globe-Democr',01 ootiise a reltlement of the tariff have already agreed to briug the wool atism is sound, it is sound nil the way. Ordinarily a tariff bill is in conferem e in tho king her legal guardian. b.tUr. if he had to be born at all, for question will furnish the country with schedule back to within one cent of If the Government stamp can make several weeks, sometimes months. Thero wero no runaway matches, no him to hive been born honest, or if, the necessary data from which to the House rates, and it is likely that 10 cents out of nothing, it can make But there is reason to believe that the clandestine) and romantic nuptials, perclnnce, he wah birn honest it luske all among tlw Saxon people; thoy did the necessary estimates, nnd occupied by the conference comtime the conference committee will fully 100 cents out of the same material." mittee will be as brief, comparatively, evorythlng, oven to their vory lovo would have been better if he had died if not intimidated by war alarms or restore tbo House schedules on both young. Judas Iacatiot was a necea-s- uy mattor-of-faother decreasing influences, and if as has been tbe time occupied with affairs, in a plain, wool and sugar. part of the plan ol salvation, and way; thoy estimated tbo valuo of tho Thorowlll bo no Fusion. VIA TIIR. sustained by the expeetntlons of necthe other features of the bill. The maid according to her rank In life, t Courier-JournWednesday' in iiuy be that men like John Shti. essary financial re firms next winter, One by one the assertions of tho fact that the Senate has restored the and tho law fixed tho sum which m . speaking of the National Denocrnts, in aud Mark Hanna have been scut ,. there is no good reason that can be House rates in a large number of cases should bo regarded as a legal tender silver orators of last fall are being as a curse to make the people ol the rays: TO TUB pointed out to prognosticate n change and lies nearly reached the House to satisfy tho avarice of her guardOne of the most promidisproved. United States repent ol their siru except There will not bo fusion bttneen the figures on a recovery from business dethe most inportant of the ians. Tho first step In courtship, nent ot these was the frequently reit gold Democrats and Republicans in changes made by Finance Committtc theroforo, was to buy tho consent of against humanity and the teachings pression." erated statement that prices of farm J The the coming Stale election. If the reduces very much the time that the tho mundbora; tho lover was then ol the founders of the republic. products and other articles kept pace plagues visited upon Pharaoh and tbe J Republicans want to elect a gold bill is likely to occupy in reaching a admitted into tho society of his ladywith tho prices of silver. No state International And Imposition love, and allowed to claim her In isgypuans were not worse curses to Democrat to the Appellate clerkship complete agreement, and the is ttill ment made during tho campaign has due course ns his wifa If, however, them than such men as Sherman and they will have to voto for the gold reasons to hope that the bill may be her personal charms or her disposiHanna aie to the people of the Vn ted been so thoroughly disproven by tbo Democratic nominee under tho Thomcome a law by July 4th. tion proved, on botteracqunintanco, States I'erh ips it had hi come necFor the above occasion tickets will evidence of the past six mouths as as Jeflerson and hickory leaf emblem. nnd he essary unsatisfactory to her suitor be sold by the Illinois Central Kail-ro- ad Tom Unison to despoil the people of their llllltiinluni Wheat has practically this one. The gold Democrats do not want fu cam; uti.v. at varying times, rates and Atlanta, Ga., June 30. Thomas R failed to complote bis bargain, ho trrabures and make life n burden in doublod in value, wool has gone up Crops in this uelgtiboihood arc limits, including a ticket on sale sion, so a largo majority of tho State Watson, late Populist candidate for becomo immediately amenable to the order to cure them of their idolatry looking well. The fifty per cent., sheep bavo nearly wheat.Jxatvest is dally, good to return until November and members ot the State committees Vice President, in an editorial in his law. 7, and includinn tickets havinir limit The waj s of doubled in price, and other articles o If a man ventured to marry with- of the money devil. about over. say. They have determined to ranke People's party paper issued to day, out first having bought nnd paid for providence are past finding out. It of twenty das, fifteen days and seven farm production have largely increns-c- d Mr G W. Stewart has the promise days; also tickets on Tuesday and a Hat footed fight for tho National discusses the Populist conferences to his wifo, bo was guilty of tho crime may be that Sherman's imbecility in value, whilo silver has steadily Thursdays of each week with limit of thaconsequoncos of will be followed by Ha.in.Vs defeat, of Salem schooMhis fall. Democratic principles and party show-tha-t be held at Nahville next week nnd of nmnd-breacgone down in price until it has reachProf. Lee Mills visited in this filteen days. Por full pattlculars as which wero both disastrous and und this may be the beglnnig of a rethelj.OOO or 6,000 volos cast for incidentally makes n severe arraignto which of the above applies from ed nearly or quite the lowest point In neighborhood this week. your nearest Railroad Station in conPalmer and liuckner represent only 11 ment of National Chairman' Matinu vexatious. The husband, in such n turn to tbe principles laid do vn for Mrs Sallie Peters happened to a nection with the Illinois Central Rail, its hUtnry. case, possessed no legal authority our guidance by the fathers of the re- very painful accident very small part of thoir strongth. So Butler's policy. In the course of this over his spouse; he was a husband, last week by road, call on or address your nearest editorial hesajs: it will be a watte ol time for the Repno public. a wifo; be had railroad Ticket Agent. filling and breaking her arm. Tiinoonventiou to nominate a Re"We would really like to knowhow in faot, without ublican committee, appointed for that right to her property; he could reThe Sundey School is progressing Wh, Murray, Dlv. Pass. Agents publican candidate for the 10th Sen Populist principles are to grow by be- cover no compensation for any purpose to appear ut the State ConThe people who use coal will do nicely at Pair View. New Orleans. atonal District composed of tho ing traded oil, first to one of the old wblpk MietHiK- - mn should dare well to call on J J Poster, who is now vention on July I4 and make a propMr. J W. Jones is iu our midst at Jko. A. Scott, Dlv. Pass. Agent, parties and then to the other, nnd we couitie of Mende, llreckinridge and she had not been paid operating the Itbjili Miller bank, effjr h Memphis, osition for fusion, That committee-wa- especially hunger 3 this writing. and thirst to know-ho- for the guardian had received no Hancock will be hold at Cloveiyort bouth-weof Halt lord on the Mr. J. W. Daniel is on the sick list appointed nt the meeting of the A. II Hanson, o. p. a., Chicago. all tbe darcages miles warfare on both the old patties is consideration; and on July 24. District Chairman Allen W. A. KKU.OND, A O.P.A., ItOtllSVille. 4S a6t week. Republican titnte Central Committee to thrive when au office Andkkson. or fines inflloted for such an insult Point Pleasant road; It. Kinokeloe, of JJreakinndge noun-tRKmaacranH in Frankfort duriug the last session were payable to tbo woman's mundis established in both. has issued a call to that effect. ot tho Legislature, as was published in "We trust the Nashville conference bora. This district has heretofore BRIERS been If a man wished to take bis wifo tho Frankfort dis- will decide the vexed question of fu do strongly Democratic, but we are ini into a foreign part, or into another patches a weok or two later, with the sion in such a manner tlfut no Poputhano's land, he had to outer Into a formed that the Republicans have a -- HAVE OPENED T.iEIR list can be uncertain of the paity compaot with her guardian that no names of the members of the subsplendid opportunity to elect their committee, Messrs. C. M, Baructt doctrine. wrong should bo dono to hor, but standard bearer this year. The r "Our own belief is that no gentle.,. that Bho should rccelvo every mark and Geo. Leiberth mid Attorney GenDemocrat have nominated Klislm If a man eral W. S. Taylor. The proposition man will remain in the People party of nttontlon and kindness. Asbcrttft, of Meade county, and the bought a maid nud paid for her, no to be made was also published in de- if the idea once gets abroad that Pop Populists have nominated Hon. II, ullsm and IIeiun!uul are syuoiiiou s other could negotiate for hor purtail. chase; but If any fraud hud been C. Smith, of Hauoock county. The terms. committed on her part, or 011 the The Republicans are willing for the Populist are in 110 pleasant frame of "If our voters art mere iueicrnari-part of her friends, sho was returned gold Democrats to nominate the cnn to lie traded for ctTlce in any market homo, aud tbe man demanded book mind over the treatment accorded didute, but they want him to go under where there is a demand for them, no ' them by the Democrat. They dehis money. While in this city re- decent man will be caught In that Dy the Saxon law, n maiden and a manded that the Democrats, endorse the log cabin. company." widow were of separate value; the Mr. Smith, Tho Democrats not only cently Mr. Trylor was told that the gold Democrats would content to huve wiiy i"i"'i ' itmi.irtw I'minr. latter could bo purchased for one-harefused to do this, but nominated JIr- J A- nomiu the sum which tba guardian of Mr. Aslieraft who is a Populist trait-o- r, their candidate 120 under the h for Cletk ol the Court of appeals opa maid was entitled to demand; jmlij, having deserted the Populi.t parly t lad: a man, theroforo, wlo oould not afh ened hU cimuilrzn at nil n..i..,....i AIJUII tllUIUIV IIV UIMIUliV r......t. IUI IUQIUII, ' in order to jet the Democratic he ford to purchaso a maid, might perk. ami all tl..o,,gh his for the otfloeto whioli be now he replied. Hi-,-We could., not ,nfiiml (o noured ' hot sliutt into the Deiuo- - haps be able to purohone a widow. . i mo yum .wouiucniiie The laws relating to the marriage emneiii. h aspiro. The Populists therefurj liuvo He cratfi for not endorsing him of widows seem to dUoountenance Thero will be fusion in a number no love fot Mr. Aslioraft and will thinks the Demncrnts ignored the second nuptials. Tho widow waa of races Inooiiiitiw and jmlioinl und li'lit him to the end. Those spoken of Populist on evny utianon. Among compelled, by a law of Canute's, to in connection with the Republican legislative district. Tliuce mutters Otbei things he nnys: continue husbandlosa for 12 inontla inmiuatiou are Dr, Ilenvrin and V, are lott in tho hands of local oomiiut-toes- . Thit tb- - politicians are .funding at least; Jf sho marrlad within that between i he people and itfoim was time, she forfeited all her nmri'Ingo 8. Hterrett, of Ilnnc ck county, mid Senator R. II. KllUtmi hat decided detirimtr.tled when they wll injf gifts, and ull the property which alio , (V, R. M. Jolly, of Hrccklnridge acquired by her llrat marriage was not to be an active oandldiito for tbe ly divided themUer vote by nomicounty. claimed by her noarett kinsman; Appellate nomination, oerktblp nating Mr Shackelford at Prankfoit Henry II. conilrmod thte decorous though liu would Clerk of Court of Appt-al- s There " Killier ilmltfe Yost,accept If oh' sen. for n excuse l r Hint noiiiimtl 0 1. law. Ilousohold Words. An Cant vehiclo nnd good horses A fine new OMNIIIIN will meet all day trains at Heaver Daii ""fipliim III iLr7JiS, ol Lexington, or was linum Srrp. TmoiUouX Uh Ki Hen In AU n'cmprm j tly altcin'id tf. ndcr itFie'd's Lieiy liable, XI Urn. IU4d by dnujfbu. guarantees nun loialh r i'i Mr. Julm j OniUuill.iif UiumiI villi-- , Tlitie wis already a silver ,iulldite I Cut ..r.'. I. .1. 1 ir l.owuL Willi nly I 1, en. - t'ouftilpauon lureier. will proliab be Hartlord, corner Mnrkot and Unim-'lreeiin the fiild who- e loyalty to tbe IB. tail, itruiftCl.O r,iml 'nomy Hartford Republican. Jtl t 'a"--- i. - mmih nooipU, first of Wilson law, li,!Mri,l!IH; first :H months THETARIFFBILL rf vKSOUt- i- "V'aiM'K'I'WH - - v ."jv- - --tn hi'j ifui ' !Ss:rirwji 11 l)ii to SHERMAN. BOIESQUITS. I 11 11 Good tie-h- fffm VUtl post-offi- ce n. 1 , Hoods Sarsaparilla ready-to-we- ,:.q, Tr ,w .tlt.. !!. I ,.. ... ,, ,.. 11 1 J Chi-ca3- well-dresse- d g won-derf- l I Anglo-Saxo- rn - paitl-culatl- y 1 rj m Republican and the St. Louis Semi weekly one year -at Tho for $1.75. Excursion tickets al Illinois en. Subscribe for The Republican and get TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL all the news. In-n- A st lrler-ex-chan- ge y, 4 Courior-Jouaual- 's ' .. s , ?' lf Plvtt Hi-ur- - norni-na'io- ii ..., 11 -- ,ch r J I I'tir . MCI 111 f i, - - W Jf"! m rtfpjy"rf"1 -- Col Im MoHenry i in town WHERE THE ' The Bees Will Come o Ills With FAIR& COMPANY Wliero the goods tiro the people will ooine. lire showing lor the heated term the prettiest line of dimities, luwns, mulls, Swisses over show in Ilnrtford. "Will sell w Handsome lawns 5c, pretty dimities 5c, white organdies domestic organdies 20c. dotted Swisses 10c to 30c, Lappet mulls Kic. Any of these goods arc what you want for the hot weather. Besides these we have a lovely line of fans, white, black and blue parasols; white handkorcLiefs, cooling underwear, etc., that 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, shirts, ties and many other articles that would prove very comfortable to you. Visit us for hot weather goods as well as anything else you may want and we are sure to please you in prices and quallity. ftarlford Semple f , r- - 1 y : On January I, 189A. the Woman's Club of Hnitlord was organized, Since this time it has had its regular meet, Ings and done its work in n way g Theie will be n picnic near which led to one of the most pleasant July 17- Saturday,' as well us profitable evenings which Mr. and Mm. G L. Pleld attended Hnrtfoid people" have had the ptivis lege of participating in for mat y the Nashville IIxpwUloil last week. years. Never before were the men of Born to the wife of Mr. W, II. Nenitirr Mm littiilHii. con- our little city made lo so thoroughly Mangy lust Sunday, a twelve pound MOST PERFECT MADE. livery column of a newspp r appreciate her noble women, mariled Absolutely Puro. boy. A pure Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. tains from five thousand to twenty-fiv- e men the wisdom and worth of tlulr iom Ammonia, Alum or ny other adulter Fice t Celebrated for Us great leavening Miss I'annle flamed, Beaver Dam, thousand distinct pieces of metal wives, single men theb nuty nnd good 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. strength andhealthfulnesa. Assures is visiting her sister, Mrs. Shelby recording to the size ol the paper and taste of their sweetheaits. This event the lond against alum nml nil forms ol type, displacement of one of these had been contemplated lor rome adulteration common to the clump Taylor. brands. RoYAkBAKiNoPowDimCo., Miss Mollte Duncan Morganfield, Is means nn error. Is II any wonder weeks and puhaps months lor ought Niuv YonK. Wo visiting the family of Mr. B. D. that errors sometimes occui? Still we know, but only n few days since Soldior's Rounlon Bluo and some people think it is nwfnl to sec did it culminate in the issuing ol in Rlngo. The Floating Studio Is at Calhoon. tho GrayRookport, Ky., mistakes in a newspaper. vltatlons to the 19th Century Club, Mr. and Mrs. Pinion Tabor, Vine Saturday, July 3, with an additional Invitation for each Summer underwear nt Schaptnlte's Hiitriile nl OwrnOioro, Grove, are visiting the family of Mr. 1807. Mrs. to be sent to some gentleman friend , June 30. Owensboro, Ky from Pate D. M. I locker. Buy your Groceries whom they might severally select, and hef pretty Pauline Wldmer Bros. Mr. Wade Daniel, who lives about daughter, Miss Pauline, committed and just here it might be stid, as can The annual Reunion of Federal solBing us your country Produce. 3 miles Hast of town, lost his house suicide with carbolic acid last night. always be said of Hartford's fair diers will take place at the Reunion by fire yesterday about noon, Path Bros. They were found at 10:30 this morn- maids, it would have been an honor Grounds at Rockport, Ky , July 3, Co are receiving railroad ing, both dressed for theirfuneral and to a prince to navebeen'a "friend" of 1897. This is always a grand affair. Miss Amanda Bennett is on the Carson & one of the 19th Century Club. Efforts arc being made to make this a sick list this week. ties on the banks ol. the river at on a single bed. To say that the Club with their es- better and more enjoyable occasion Hartford ready for shipment. The daughter left a note saying, Mr W. G. Duncan, Louisville, was corts were entertained in the most el- than of the preceding Reunions. It We will sell you a set of cane seat- "If I had not been so cross to mother egant style is but to voice the sentiin town this week. ( i is here that old comradss gather to1 would not have happened; God this Mr. Lyman Williams returned from ed chairs, yi doz. lor fa A nice has prospered us, and we ought to ment of everyone present. gethermany ol them for the first rocking chair for $t. Carson & Co. The program as rendered was as time since they were mustered out, Hopklnsvllle last Friday. have been happy." follows: rehearse old experiences, live over Mrs. II, W. Rolph, who has been They were quiet people, and lived Mrs. T. D. Herrell.oi Morgantown, Quartette Miss Cate and Mrs. D. again the times of the war And laugh visiting her mother, Mrs Jennie Mcs alone in comfortable circumstances. is visiting Mrs. A. T. Nail. E. Thomas, Mr. D. I. Thomas nnd and weep together. Old soldiers.you Henry, returned home Wednesday. Two glasses had contained acid, A new lot of home spun linen and Dr. J. R. Pirtle. can't afford to miss it. Everybody Mr. Robt. A. Jones, foreman of the and were on the table by the bed. white duck at Carson &Co. Roll call, and response by quotas else is going to be there. Speeches They did dyeing nnd cleaning for left yesterday, for Louisville Ilearld, tlons. and music compose the program of A few boys G A. R. Suits for $t 50 where be will visit friends and relatailors, owned a nice home, made a Address of welcome by President, the day, together with amusements atSchapmiie's. Ask to see them. good living, and were highly respecttives. Mrs. J. S. Glenn. and the usual refreshments, Old soled people. It was a great surprise Remember Bulllngton will give Prof. Wm. Foster, K ho has been atClub Reviewed 1st part Mrs. L.P. diers will be served dinner at fifteen to their friends. you a good shave, hair trim or stiam-po- o. tending Princeton University at and shock Foreman A badge of designation cents each. Princeton, N. J. , will arrive at home Club Reviewed 2nd part Mrs. T, should be worn by ench soldier or ivellntr Much Holler. L. Griffin. have himself otherwise identified. Mr. and Mrs. Jo Mulhall, of Louis-vill- e, in n lew days. "For several years I have been The Maiden Martyr, Recitation-M- rs. The colored people will have an adare visiting the family of Mr.L. Mr. Frank Reynolds and wife, of troubled with indigestion and dyspepD. B. Thomas. joining grounds for their exclusive F. Wccrner. Reynolds Station, and Mrs. W. P. sia, and often suffered Intense pain. The Kentucky Colonel Mrs. J. S. use. The usual excursion rates will were the I was advised to try Hood's Sarsapa-rill- a Mrs. S.- - K. Cox and daughter, Miss Taylor, of Haynrsville, R. Wedding. prevail on the riAcr and railroad. guests of Marshal C. K. Morisson last Corinne, are visiting relatives In and soon after I began taking it Thisinterspersed with music byMiss Pbter Corins, Sunday. Owcnsboro. I found it was giving me relief, My Com. Dr. I. D. Maddox, Cate! and D. E. Thomas comprised Post master Wood Tiusley gave his geneial health is much better since I the literary program. The program, Gko M. Maddox, J Miss Josie B. Duke, ol Livingston, Mon is visiting her parents, Mr.and fr!ends;a barbecue dinner at the Fore- began the use of this medWne." as a whole, was rendered In a manner man place yesterday. A large num- Jane Peck, Rutledge, Tennessee. Mrs. T. S. Duke. which showed that the Woman's CHANGE IN PRECINCTS. Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick head- Club lack neither talent nor energy. McDonald, of Pennsyl- ber were in attendance and all spent a Mrs. Robt. ache, indigestion, biliousness. 25c. At a regular term of the Ohio If all our women could be such womin the county visiting friends jolly time. vania en as those who compose this club, or County Court held for said county in an other column we publish the nnd relatives. In Another IHvlilend perhaps as well the 19th Century the Court House, at Hartford, Ky., statement of the Ohio The Ohio County Bank has declared Just received a lot of spring wheat County Bank, which shows the Bank another Quarterly Dividend ol per Club, and M other men such as Mrs. on Monday, June 7th, 1897 with John Flour. The best you ever saw. 5 Wedding's Ideal "Kentucky Colonel" P. Morton. Judge, presiding, the folto be In a healthy condition, Capt. cent on the Capital Stock. Path Bros. we feel that civilization would be far lowing was had, to wit: Cox isNa good banker and runs his Remember that since our boat has business on strictly business princiOn motion of H. N. Morrison, it is on the way to perfection. McKlnloy Right. been running, we can't be undersold ples. ordered by the Court that the bounAfter the rendering of this very President McKlnlev has been conCars6n & Co. on Furniture. program the guests were In- dary line between West Fordsville Mr. D. Luce's residence in the servative in his Cuban policy nnd has vited to a table whose beautilul deco and Actnaville voting precincts be The cheapest place in Hartford to Southern part of town, was destroyed shown himself to be more of ration was sufficient to have bounti-lul- ly changed as follows: Beginning at buy Shoes and Furnishing Goods is at by fire last Satuiday morning about than many ranting and would be polto the repaid all for being present but Haynesville, thence Noith-en- st Schapmire's. Big bargains this week. 2 o'clock. It is supposed to have iticians. The death of Dr. Ruiz nnd this invitation did not end iu mere see- Hancock county line. Hon. Jno. J. McIIenryand wife and caught from the kitchen stove some the treatment of the subjects by ing. A magnificent supper was servA copy attest: Mr. Wayne Gtiffiu left Wednesday for way. Loss about $500 with $300 in- butcher Weyler have angered the ed which all enjoyed equally as much D. M.Hockrr, Clerk. surance. American people to such nn extent as was anticipated by Mr. Holbrook. Afton. Va , to visit friends nnd relaSee our voting contest in another tives. Col. Lem McIIenry and Mr. Lent that nothing less than blood or a Before partaking of the many good H. M.cIIenry left early last Saturday backdown by Spain will satisfy them. things to each which was the best to column for the teachers. Mr. Clayton L. Pattou nnd sister, for Green river, near Cromwell, and But McKinley is right and everybody be had from the city markets and Miss Mary Patton. of Adaburg, visitKunrknl in the 1 this returned home about noon, bringing knows that the twin purposes ol mo6t eleirnntly served, we were en ed Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Patton Sunday's Owensboro Inquirer says: his policy are peace and the independ- tertained with toasts which were filled with them 31 fish of the bachelor week. (TkktiH(B Section Boss Tom McDanlel, of the perch variety. They repoited fishing ence of Cuba as declared by the St. with wit and humor. We were also NORMAL SCHOOL- - IN THE SOUTH Illinois Central railroad, who has Mr. Thos. Allen has been appointed extra fine, and from the number they Louis Convention. But just what entertained with toasts between charge of the section at Reynolds, on and ciajsic counsts. txousH at Rosine and Mr. M. B. brought in they had good sport steps the President will take or will courses. the Falls of Rough, probably has a Crowder has been appointed postask Congress to take is yet a matter stringing the finny ttibe. Judge J. S. Glenn with his wit and man to his credit by this time. ThursBranch. master at Horse ol conjecture. Like all statesman of fun played of the eve day evening he got into a ("Ispute Mr. Jo B. Vlckers was in Fordsville his type, he believes, in going slow, Messrs. Heavrin & Taylor have rewere I'isettrft l.lnr. with a iiiHii named Kirk and the latMrs R. T. Tweeddell is on the sick last week, where he met Mr. W. L. and his conduct wilt be based upon ning and the following persons llnrfloriM'.nnvl ceived official notice that their client, called upon for impromtpu talks: ter was very abusive nnd drew n knife Bvansvllle nnd Hartford Pack- Hit. Graves, of Horse Branch, who informThe information brought back by MissMattle Sanderfur, Presidentrof was sentenced to the Albert Austin, who ed him that he was comtemplatlug on McDanlel, and backed him up et, Janle Rne, leaves Hartford lor j Judge M. C Glvens, ol Henderson, Commissioner Calhoun. It is nn esthe penitentiary for two vears, had y Evansville every Tuesday nnd the advlslbility of moving his ax han- tablished fact that Dr. Ruiz, who vas the 19th Century Club, subject: 19th against n hand car. McDaniel could vns in town this week. , pardoned. bced Club has a go 110 dle factory to this place. From pres-- . n practicing dentist iu a subuib of Century Circle. That the further to get out of the way, ot6 o'clock 0. m. Atrlves at most exbellent leader was made evi- and he seized a heavy iron wrench, Chnndhr wl'l visit Miss L'zz-The following named persons have ent indications it would seem that Havana, was arrested on a IJvansvllle every Tuesday nnd Sat- lalse dent by the way In which she delivurday at 9 o'clock p.m. Returning (riei dj iu Oicnsborosoon. used to put the fish plates on the paid their subscription to Tub this would be a good place for Mr. charge; was thrown Into a vile prisered the toast. She Club should conadvnncing and our last issue: Graves to locate. Shipping rates are on; was kept leaves Uvansvltle for Hnitlord every since Mrs. A. J. Cnsey nnd Miss Lizzie "In commuulcndo" for gratulate themselves upon having rails. Kirk continued wiench at him Tuesday and Friday at one o'clock p Walker will leave this week for BoilMcDanlel punched the A. V. Thompson, Louisville, Jo L. very cheap from here. hours, nlthough our treaty with such an excellent leader. 315 She was Wl-ncsd. Carson, Harttord. in., arriving nt Hartford every ing Springs. Somelhlef entered Mr. T. Smith's Spain restricts such secret and solitary followed by R. Holbrook, subject : a time or two, but Kirk pushed it and Saturday at 4 o'clock p. aside and cut McDanlel In t.he arm yard last Wednesday night and atconfinement to 74 hours, and that il- "Tosnlght'3 Entertainment," Owing In part to Mr. Tnit's recent He Mr. nnd Mrs. LeRoy Gregory", of m. For cheap rates on freight apply tempted to carry off one ol hisbeehlves. legal imprisonment ended in his death said lrom what he coul'd see before and again In the hand. The latter illness, and in part to the impossibil- Coicago, are visiting Mrs. Zsluia saw that his antagonist was on board of boat or to las. P. Carson, or him the entalnment would be good. then getting the Grand Dictator here Gregory. Mr. Gregory Is manager of Mr. Smith heard a noise in his yard by violence, whether agent, Hartford, Ky. Your patton ity ol during the night andgotup and went by his guards, the testimony does not H. P. Taylor, subject: The Ladies iu deudly earnest and he brought the lodge of Knights of sooner, the lew R. G Dunn & Co. and has a very nge solicited, wrench up with a good, swinging Honor will not be organized until the pleasant as" well as a lucrative poll- - out in the yard, but never saw anys show. It is true however, that an Need a Gavel. Suggested that the Cvut. W. II. Moorh, Mnnnger. Whoever it was American citizen met bis death while that the husbands give them one. blow, and it came down on Kirk's thing of the thief. Positive and final 01 July 5th. night tion. fell like he was carded the hive lo the fence and it is denied that protection prescubed by D. R. Thomas, subject: The Women head. The latter nrrancements have been made for t'nuilly Hurnnl. shot, and when he was picked up the Rev. 1. M. Crowe, Conference Mis- supposed that the bees stung him so the treaty. According to McKinley's as a Talker. He says they are pretty Let all members be sure Tuesday's Louisville Rvenlng Post that date. blood was running out of his mouth, sionary Secretary, for the Louisville that he abandoned his job and left it. decision, Spain will be asked tu atone good. contained the following dlipatch from to be on hand at that time. L P. Foreman, subject: A nose and ears, and it was thought Conference M. 1J. Church South, will There Is no clew, as yet, to the ats for this cruel outrage, and just repa- C ub Woman's Husband C Says that's Spottsvllle: OKIIAIYVO. that he was dead. He revived howration besides will be demanded. about all of it. J. S. R. Wedding, Mrs. Lizzie Garret is visiting relas preach at Beaver Dam next Sunday at tempt robbery. A man from up Green river rejiott-cever, but yesterday it was thought Hartford at The talk of the sensational and blazed subject: The Club woman as a wife; 11 o'clock a. m. and in while stopping here, enroute to lives in Cromwell. Ilro Worsley Hon lo lreimlcro. there was no hope for him, as his press lias amounted to nothing, and Sas so far as he knows they areo. k. The Owensboro Messenger says: Rvansvllle, that n cabin In which a Miss Blanche Jones went to Rvans-vll- le night. skull was badly fractured and he was Once more Mr Sam James has sold after nil, McKinley has show himself and he loves "them." J J. McIIenry, partially paralyzed. Those who saw Saturday night. mover nnd his family of four were Mrs. M. H.BiIggs died at her home spending the night burned, arid all his newspaper business and Mr. A.S, to be right, as he usually is, and the subject: What is the prospect of a the trouble say that McDaniel was Mr. Thomas Belcher and wife, Mor in this city Wednesday morning of Worsley, of the Fordsville Express war and calamity howlers are wrong. gentleman's club: Says it Is perhaps not in the least to blame, ns bis asthe persons were ciemated. He says gantown, visited relatives here last flux. She had only been sick n short becomes the editor aud proprietor. In his Cuban policy, McKinley has as good as the prospects of the suc sailant would piobably have killed the mover's wagon was found near the week. while until death claimed her, and cabin, which was in ashes, nnd the The formal transfer will take place proved that he is safe at all times and cess of the Hartford baseball team him with one or two more blows of Miss,l'earl Brown, South Canoll-toshe was borne away to meet her blackened bodies ol n man, a womanj visited Mrs. N. B. Fulkerson July 10. The paper will continue to knows full well what the cost of war when they were defeated 31 to o by the knlle, friends at the Judgment bar of God. nud three children were found In the last week. be issued from the same office on St. is. Before many months, the Presi Central City. Ben D. Rlngo.subject: She was a kind friend, a consistent nshee. Nofutther particulars could Ann street. It will be changed In dent will also give the harping DemThoughts suggested by the evening's Miss Nola Her has been very sick. church member and hud lived a life ocrats ample proof of better times entertainment: Says the evening d form to 0 five column, eight-pabe learned, except that thcterrjble ocLast Sunday Rev." J. H. Richardson of righteousness. She leaves many to Mr. to his mind that Hartford has currence was near Rochester. paper, but will be Populist In poll through the workings of a protective soloraizsd the rite of manlage OF MISSOtRI, mourn her loss. tariff. It will work out as smoothly just ns beautilul, noble, progressive Lula Talley. friends to ties l J. N.Wlthraw-audMuCurad or Hart DIimu by Or. Mlltt' New Hrt Our. Ashland News. and aspiring women as the world lint lr 'iiiil Mr. Worsley Is a thoroughbred as the Cuban affair We wish them a long and happy life. The Owensboro Messenger newspaper man, true and tried In the Mr. John Simpson's son Is very produces. ' Louis. Born to the wife of Judge Lucius P. sick of typhoid fever. Statomont of tho Condition cause of reform and the Populists of Judge B. D. Walker was expected OF THK Little, yosterday morning, a fine boy. Will Soon Have Com-plo- to Daviess county are to be congratulatbe present and give a talk on "Old Hartford ol Hartford, Miss Juliette Thomas, ed on their lucky acquisition. Clubs of Hartford," but owing to Wator Works. who has been visiting Miss Mary The sickness could not be present. Brooklyn, N. V., Dec. 19, 1896. Owen lor several days, will return Club and the many guests regretted Messrs. J. W. Ford and II. P. Tay-lo- r will close of business June At the Mr Hills Owen Messrs. Rly Bros.: I have used home have lor some time had In conthis fact very much. 30, 1897. is starved blood. It shows itself accompany her. lily's Cream Balm a number of years a plan to put up water Only two objections could, be found by Jese In palo cheeks, white Hps, weak templation and find it works like a cearni. It Wl'l Varden.who was works (or Hnitlord and in the last to the evening's entertainment, one, RUSOURCHS mast Mason last Saturday night, is gradudigestion, no appetite, exhaus- few days their plans 'aave considera- has cured me of the in obstinate Loans nnd discounts . . $20,489 98 some of the toasts coming before the leas than cas of 'colds in the head ally growing weaker nnd his physialsupper scared the men until they failof nerve force, soft bly mateilalUed until now it is cian says it Is n matter of only n short tion, lack 48 hours Irom the time I felt the cold Overdrafts secured and At first they Inmost a certainty. appreciate the good things ns unsecured muscles, and, chief of all, weak 374 19 ed to commlng on. I would not be with-ou- t time until he will die tended to put up their recervoir on they might have; another, no opporb muscles. hand nnd in other Cash on Respectfully yours. his sworn testimony will it. Your doctor calls It Potter's hill, but alter making, a comwas given the "siogle" to say ol Banks Fred'k Fuirs. 238 Hatt St. taken concerning the ric-rc- w S5t 45 tunitythey think of the 19th Century Anaemia. He will tell you that plete survey they found that it would Is kept by nil drug-glU- . Banking house 5,000.00 what In wiilih he wis Saturday night. Cream Balm weather of sum- not give enough power, and now they women and"girl." But so numerous jrora 500 00 Full slue 50c. Trial size 10 Furniture and Fixture . IirTKU whh KATK wounded This lito be done because the weakening pralfe-wottthings of the build (he reservoir on have deehloo-tNccwlio, Ho . lo MarcU u- J56 80 were tht Oxpenges Paid cents. We mall it. not thought wife to wait longer. mer often brings It on. it is 1 was wYoroIy troubled which almost brought occasion that we are the hill back of the graveyard, Trs bko 3 4 He will not live to testily in coutt, HLY BROS , 56 Warren St., N Y. City Debts in Suit wltti my stomacli and kidneys, and a great of havwill give a good velocity to the wa1,31066 to shame when we think Stocks and Bonds aHllctlon so unneived mo tbat tay condition and the prosecution is nt xlnuito have JIN H.i;. Ilrunha, ter, as It Is something near 75 feet ing mentioned an objection (Mtuie; became alsrralnf The telegraph brought his evidei ce. Mr. Bpitqr: If you will grant me The work a prominent pUystclan tn a oousulutlon who had married on the advice higher than the town. Matoflln Vardtn, wh was also shot 33.i4 78 men resulted In no benefit. I went to could lie put up nt n comparative the tue of a small space In your vals of those who think It best to get mar-rie- d wtitcu wltbout w.ominir far iihanuo ofn.cllniaU ,.M,l.ll. LIABILITIES by Mhhimi nt the same time, was . uable columns. I wish to introduce cam to love theresmall cost, nnd benefit deilvtd before falling love someuliAt better J 10,000 00 Stock thought to bark to Atchison where bB r the lady whose name stands 'at the Capital men who loved first re from would be untold. nurses norked wltn me Deposits but he will have a clo pull ".34 79 their wives: seeoml "blessing," company Is n strong one and If head 61 this notice, Miss II. It Brpoks th The ulgtitsndday to keep 965 99 Oil with Undivided profits . . of Cod-ltvfor hit, lite. of the Madlsonvllle me allm to reaoii uir they undertake the work iu earnest it who Is ptluclpal wnai ejiecr 11 nan upon mc biuSi I... ... tl.lia,t will make poor bleod will be pushed to an early comple- Normal school and recently uppolnted men we shall not pretend to say. but wri: rtnMA ") inenus uii. "i my Hartford Military Comptny has became so bod that . $33 I4 78 Total WKj Health over-taxe- d (rlends gavu up all Hartlord surely needs n good organizer of the W. C. T. U.i which tion we so feel that except in extieme gotten in good shape Ur the Hiicauip-tuen- t rich. It Is a food for S. K. COX. Banker. lioDe. I begun taking prepared system ol water works nnd our till being interpreted means "Woman's Is advisable tor us to make nn nud the boys arc nier far the and weak digestion, so Sworu to befoie me by S. K. Cox, enses it n. Mil..- Heart Cure sua Herring Is u-nowa helping hand to Clulstlan Temperance Union " This health. time to come when they cnngoitt that It can easily be taken In zens should lend attempt to sicute the heart and band nately nnd was restored toperfeally It J P. Thomas. July 1. 1897. welt enterprUe, and by nil pulling to- very Influential nnd powerful organimonths since and I am Tht Rifamptheir annual outing GUKST. Cod-livNl'OC are sold by " drugof a 19th Century girl. Oil or the l)r. Mil' Remedies summer when gether we will hnve decided Improve zation of ladles, Is wholly in the inin nt this j far will be at Fountain gists uudsr a poslltvu guarouwo, Brst ixinto repel. mcuts, not only along this line, but terest of temperance, sobriety and (or Vlttjr Cents. benefits or money refunded ltuoW on Hoatt Park, ner Louisville nnd the llnrt. even ordinary foods might Cure Cunttlpatlon Vorevrr. i K andNerTeaeentlreotoaUappll. anu. U tvluuio btti.it uio n G uur will encour.ige otheis to invest good morals, nnd therefore is free I'tie'-ili- y Ntw York it Ind Tul ford y i will leave lute next intuitu t lutivi'uiiitiiui loo orSfia meuntrouir.UooU (Hire too II AU uruKi'uti SCOTT & BOVNE, J UU. MILES MEJUiAIiOU Elkhart, f all pait and sectarian biases. K 1' t uuu'un from here miming fur sale nt ju, and , by all drugguu. Mr. George Newman, was In town yesterday. Hendetson, Ada-bur- HONEY IS 5533 Oxford ties t Bcinpinlre's fir 73c. Mr N J Dilday. l.uUvil1r In in tow Mr JJ T. Willi An, Louisville, was in town this week. pown Brooks romps highly recommend for t il' nts learning and high Christian chnracter, whose wnolc soul is wrapped up in hei illusion, which ih to oiyamzp 1.I1 11 si 1.1 1ih1I-- i to work in the gtr.it caute l leiupeiance reform. All thoughtful and intelligent people will be impressed with the Importance of her ml'pioii. I there-lor- e desire to invoke lot her a beeoui-in- g reception and polite attention during her visit to our town, which will be on the tenth nml eleventh of next month. J S C 1.BMAN. June 29. 1897. Mihh 11 ay BANQUET. A Awarded Ugliest Honor World's Pair. Llteray and Social Event at D. E. Thomas' Tuesday Evening. mm CREAM mm ' ROCKPORT. you ' V 5emt-annu- al fashions JM0MlV&yWl& teMwew c 1 LARGEST TtMMtM-seiwnn- "JSifflSSSSiSSr' post-mast- er toast-mast- er Sat-da- ay d d, n, ge sug-geste- Mrs. Kate Etter ): WATER WORKS. Poor Blood Ohio Co. Bank ... To-da- y o hy 1 1 yes-tcrd- i). Scott's Emulsion er .... M" ... Hypo-phosphit- es, ... I 1 jut 'wtk . - er I, iO'-O- f 111 tlruiifcittari-'uiiaiiion- i 1 J 1 Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JULY , 1897. I I'orhapi the most popular man connected with the Yellowstone Park Transportation company is . CaiiU IS. C. Culver, of Gardner. In pmer. I remember Lincoln nskei', addition to tho duties of Justice of 'Will Susie marry a man whose name the peaoe, lie makes a dally trip on begins with L?' and the key did not the park train and personally Inter woman and views every man, Of Lincoln Gave move. Then he aiked, 'Will she child who travels onboy, Ho is a walkIt n man whose name begins with mary ing encyclopedia of park informa PresiBr" and the key whirled. I have oftion. He knows tho height of ovary ten thought that a strange thing. I peak, tlie altitude of every ImporMitwas thin going with a young man tant location, and can give you Prof. named Brooks, and did not then Hayden's theory of the park's Besides all dream of Mr. Boyce, who became my geological formation. this he is a prince of good fellows husband." Her Interesting Story of A strange illustration of the and has a fund of humor which sometimes carries him away when saying that the gods come in touching Their Courtship and up desoriptions and low guises Odin ltt a hut, Jesus in a legends of the park. Her Estimate of in Mrs. Bojce's estimanger is seen Somo time ago tho contain had an the Statesman. mate of the groat man whose love experience which was too good to keep, and he gave Ituway to n frloud she had half a century ago. Speak ing of his mental qualities, she said: in town. Ho was going from tho An Interesting story of Abraham "He was too changeable and easily Springs to Cinnabar, and thore wero Lincoln's first and most ardent court vory bright young ladles on influenced by other men, and he thrco ship has just come to light in the littho coach. One of them askod if it lacked stability. was customary to have so many tle mountain town of Calistoga, where "He did not have the education he mosquitoes in so high nn altitude martyred President's first love the ought to have had to be President, Tho captain assured her that it was dwells, a sweet old lady of 84. Mrs, but I believe he was as honest as any not unusual; that thoy were increasSusan Doyce is the name of this man who ever live1. I knew Miss ing year by year; that no moscharming octogenarian, who as Miss known In tho Todd, whom Lincoln married, and I quitoes wore ever Susan Reid, of Salem, 111., refused to park until, about olght years ago, a marry Lincoln in 1 826. She lives in have heard on good authority that his Now Jersey schoolma'am had carea humble cottage with her sister. marriage was largely influenced by lessly Inclosed somo in her trunk Her husband has been dead for many outside advice. That is one of the and let them out at Mammoth Hot in years and her principal income is a reasons I say what I do about his l.nk Springs, whon, llko rabbits increaspension which she draws by reason of stability. Anyhow, as a young Australia, they became an moved by ing pest. of Injuries her husband received in man he struck me as being All agreed that it was remarkable, by outside advice." the Black Hawk War. while fighting his dreams and Mrs. Boyce says Lincoln's ardent but ono girl seemed to carry a smtlo side by side with Lincoln, whose of incredulity. As the conversation courtship forced her to marry sooner continued, Mr. Culver was asked friend he was. Mrs. Boyce's estimate of the man than she would otherwise have done, what ho considered the most fc thing In the park. He who offered her his heart and hand 6: for when her father scolded her r offer, she said that if beauty and grandeur years ago is a little disappointing to not accepting Abraham's hero'.worshipers, for she does not married to escape unpleasant lecturers woro to be left out of tho count, ho thought the roost "remarkablo consider that he was so great as he at home. "Mr. Boyce might have thing" was Alum creek, a little been rich if he had not got to gambwas honest, and says: river beling," she said, "but we went to stream putting Into tho tho lake. "He is not to be mentioned in the Texas in 1S49 and came to Califon ia tween tho falls and Originally, he said, tho distance besame class with Washington and Jefin 1854, and there were p'enty of tween the hotels at the lako and tho ferson. I think Jeffejson was the temptation for gamblers. falls was 2G miles, but whon thoy greatest of them all, because he wrote I knew Sam Houston well. He commenced to sprinkle tho road bethe Declaration of Independence." tween the two place? with wator Sitting on the front porch of her was not a bit like Lincoln. Houston iiVa from Alura creek loved to dance, while Lincoln never hm years Lincoln's first humble home danced. That I can remember, but ago, they soon found tks dlstauso sweetheart was a beautiful picture of between tho hotels shortened by he olten took me to singing school rfbout eight miles.- As the hotels serene of age. Her speech flows and church." were thon only about eight miles geatly and without a tremor as she Mrs. Boyce says she has often felt jjmsIIs pari ud iki road skill shviakUit;, events of her girlhood knew so good the superintendent ordered them to thoughtfully, yet without hesitation. proud in a way that she a man as Lincoln and had his love, use no moro water from Alum creek. Clad in a plain black dress, with a And then the captain told another says such a thing as worrybecoming white cap, she folded her but she ing over what "might have been" little legend about the creek that and gazed toward the mountains aims has never crossed her mind for a was quite- well authenticated. Last that rise gently a few hundred feet year, he said, a party wont through moment, as she is a fatalist pure and tho park on a camping tour, and a beyond the front yard, and said: young lady with them came into tho "I can truthfully say that I have simple. "I believe that whatever way I'm park wearing nurabsr eight shoes. never been sorry that I married Mr. to die I will die," she said, "and I 'After camping on Alum creek two Abraham Lincoln. Boyce rather than believe marriage and all events of life days and bathing her feet she went You ask why, perhaps? Well, I'll are ruled largely in the same way. home wearing a pair of number two you why. I have alwavs been a tell Regrets are useless and day dreams gaiters. believer in love, in romance, in idealAt this point the girl with the inare a waste of time, but I do believe and ism. I have been a novel-readcredulous smile said to him: in romance and love. If love is not "Don't you thjnk it would be a a lover of poetry. I believe, too, in a fact then I have lived and reared my good plan to bathe your head in fate. It was not fated for me to marfamily in vain. After more than that oreek. a time or .two?" Livingry Lincoln. He was an honest young three-scoyears I can say that Linston Post. man, but I did not love him. Why? coln was one of the best friends I eV do know this, love I don't know, but I AS MANY AND NO MORE bad and one ol the squarest men I is a thing that you can't force. In er knew. If he were alive to day One of thi Advaitagei That Came the first place he was homely, very I'd be getting a bigger pension from from Doing awarkward and very superstitious. the Government by reason of what lawyer was engaged A He was a Spiritualist and believed in dreams my father and husband did for their in the discussion of a legal question dreams. He often told me his rotating to tho construction of a country in the Black Hawk War." were prophetic. I did not like this The remarkable old woman who certain statute. Opposed to him well. He was only a common very enjoys the distinction ol having jilted was Judge Barry, of Elgin, III, who rail splitter when I knew him, but he forcible speaker, but who someAbraham Lincoln has blue eyes and is a studied hard in his little cabin, and times depends upon his recollection silvery hair, though it was once rav- of tho words of tho law, which ho he was very entertaining. I never en black, She is 5 feet 7 inches tall, may not have recently read. Dursaw him after 1837. and I never heard and is still active on her feet. Thr ing the argument his d him make a speech. only defection from perfect health is adversary believed tho statute had used to talk of the stars a an eczema "He that troubles hrr face and boen misquoted and interrupted by great deal, and he seemed to me a head, for which reason she always Baying ho was satisfied Judgo Barry very quter fellow. I was only a girl muffles her head San had never read the Jaw. and nrck Barry retorted that be had read when I knew him, for I was born in Francisco Call. tho statute repeatedly, "and, in Kentucky, and I first met Mr. Lincoln You must not make flesh of one and fact, as many times ds his opponent in 1836 at the home of a neighbor had hairs on the top ot hU head." named Able. We were both guests bone of another make both for your-sel- l The latter, with his foreflngor pointby the using Dr. Bell's Pepperat the house for the day. There were ed to a placo as buld as a billiard many young folks there, and I re- mint Chill Tonic do you good it you ball, promptly replied: "Yes, just never had a chill. If you are having as many and no more." This ended member that Lincoln was very bashful. My lather was at that time one chills now it will cure them cure the argument, and the of Lincoln's best friends. His name them when everything else fails. For lawyer won his cose. Chicago s FIRST. SWEETHEART and things," she wild, "and he at once wanted to know all about the came, so somebody explained it. It wns this: The key was placed on a vctseof the open Bible and weie asked the key was supposed to turn by supernatural In such BHB BIDED Got a Pointer HElt TIME and In He Told Her Wonderful Stories Return. Whe MHOMMif, djripr"lA. hwrfsehe. sear rtomrti lnllmUon ere promptly eured ft Hood's 1'llls Tbrj do th.Mr woik Liver Ills I IiI 5 a General Directory. STTh Qof'eriior-Willia- OHMLIAI.M. Liput Governor Secretaryof State O. Hrmlley. W. J. Worth-iiigtiu- lWtmfllnntKmn' i. ' tmnn mini mm 'tt win m """tBJ the Future dent the ten. easily emt thwroutiily. IRfc 5 Best after .Itwwr pills. H Wf& B W 96 cents. Alt Jrasghts. B rrepared by I. Hood ft Co.. Iowell, Muss The only Jilt to take with Hood's AarMpsrlll Hood's COURTSHIP AND MARlilAUli. The Period In a Man's Life When Hj Is Most Attractive. There was a cynical fellow in the middle ngwJ. who under the MircM tie tltlei "i'The Fifteen Joys ot Itiner-Sinia- n Attorney Geueral uditr -- Samuel II. Stono. TroRturer Geo. V. Long. Ctiniiuiwloaer oi Agriculture, llor aud liculture Statistics Lucas Monro. Superintendent Publio Iiistriictiun-Gr- o M. OsvNon. Iteletcr Land Office Gum. O. Rcrn'iM. Insurance Bureau Coministiouor-- D. W. Cominirnre. Aiiji.taut General I). It Callior. 8iate Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown Drty. MAIMlOAt) OOHMIWIONHItB. Charles Flnlpy. W. S. Taylor. SEE THAT THE FAC-SIMILE 'Jllni 'Jim rT WAHUUd&lA&i r . iEra PSTOM AYceelaWcrxcparatlonior Assimilating ihclood Mulllctfula ling the Stomachs ami Bowels or SIGNATURE .w oc l w&Kwmmm&u PromotosTJicslion.ClKctful-ncssaru- y, - Marriage," wrote an elaborate de.Tno O. Wood, ohuirnmn; J. F. scription Of 15 woes, which wero Detnpjr.r, II. S. Irwin, Seorotnry likely, ono or all, to distress tho Samuel F. Drown. foolish matt who had slipped like a OnHUHCflONAIi. fish Into tho great net of matriHun. William O. Linil Setiutars mony. It la not probable, howovor, my, Hon. J O. S. Blackburn. that lits little treatise turned Representative Fourth District man from tho error of hts way. Hqw should it have, whon Hon. John W. Lewis. BT ATI) MXIISI.ATUHK. tho groat weight nnd authority of Mr. Punch have not been ablo in Senator linn. A, D. .Ionics. thoso days to make any appreolablo Hon. Representative Ohio County difference in the issue of marrtago C. M. Burnett. licensee? Yet the genlat phlloso OHIO COUNTY. pher's advlac, which is an 0 ve HastClHCUtf COURT. ing slmmo to Mrs. Judy, was perHon. W. T. Owen, .Judge Owens fectly decided. The truth Is, men will not t&ke advice which they do horo. Hon. J. Edwin Howe, Attorney not want, no matter who offers It. They know that all the world loves Oweneboro. T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. them whan thoy are lovers, and so O. B. Llkons, Clerk Hartford. the vain creatures will go B. D. Bingo, Master Com miseionor All the pretty business of kneel lug Hartford. and sighing is becoming; when n O. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund man is courting lie Is more interestHurtfntil. ing than he has ovor been or ovor Cni. P. Keown, Slientf-Hartf- ord. will bo again. Whether It bo Jockey who dons his Sunday coat to propiti- Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford Joe Roberts, Fordsvillej Thoe. R. ate ills goddess of the hay field, or Bishop, Contertown; S. T. Stoveus, the lino gentleman who swears at his valet for a speck of dust whon Cromwell. Court onnvonee first Monday in dressing for a certain important interview, he is worthy of notioe, nnd March and August am! ooiitimieethreo weeks, ami third Monday in May anil oven the frog, when ho will Novomber two weeks. go, becomes a hero fit for poetry. COUNTY COUNT. Tho uneasy period of courtship tries John P. Morton. Judge Hartlnrd. the souls of men and shows what I). M. Hooker, Clerk Hartford. stuff thoy are made of, and thereE. P. Kcal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. fore the maimers of men of the Court convenes first Monday in 'fifteenth century, when marrying or trying to marry, indicate very fairly each month. OOUUT. QUARrKKLY the refinement ot society at that Begins third Monday iu Mm. Emliy Bailjr Stone, In Llp- - January, on theJuly and October. April, eett's. COURT OK CIAI1I8. Couveues first Monday in January, Early Dictionaries. aud Tueeday after the seeind Monday The first dictionary was compiled in October. -- Not N ako otic. juvmoua-xiMiuxrae- a Rest Contains ncllhcr Opium.Morplilne por Mineral. S M&&U a r.. IS ON THE yUyvtu, Smi-ttiy- WRAPPER OF EVERT . Apcrfccl Remedy forConslIpa- rlnn . Snur Slnmnrh Tlmrrhorvi. Worms .Convulsions Fcvcmh- iicss and LOSS OF SLEEP Tac Simile Signature of BOTTLE Oin G& &&& IttUlts nlr, It CutttU Is ptt SB Is oes-slBet sold la tali, bn't sllsv sirens to nil job anything tits es. us jJ er proaus tut It ." li "jut si Rood" snl "will hiim srirr St that jci ret NEW YORK. li titftt- CXACT COPT OF WRAPPCn. fMJt f tin Ttijjtr. VTl Witt x iiiia, I i. -F- OH iiumn EVERY KVKRY EVERY EVERY EVERY PSBHlJaLI-, member of family on fnrru, in village, 111 auto and Territory. , FOItE.liicnii.-ti- FOR Noble Manhood, FOR True Wimaaltd. 1 er re bald-heade- d by Paout-slie- , a Chinaman, who OTHBB COUNTY OtriORIW. IT gives all important news of the Nation. lived about lt100 years B. C. U G. S.Fitihugh, Surveyor Sulphur IT gives n important news of tbe World. contained about 40,000 characters, Springs. IT gives the most reliable market repurts. most of them hieroglyphic. The N. C. Daniel, Awesoor Cromwell. IT gives brilliant and instructive editorials, first Latin dictionary was compiled Z. H. Staults, School Supt. HartIT gives iasoiofttitifr short stories by Varro, who died 23 B. 0. ford. IT ftives an unexcelled ag rieiiltuial department. a collection of vocabuL. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur It civet seientifit and mechanical iufoiiiwliou. laries in Greek, by Julius Pollux, Springs. IT gives Illustrated fashion articles. was published about 77 A. D. Tho C. R. Campbell, Poorhouse IT gives humorous illustrations. Hebrew dlatonary was comfirst Keeper, Hartford. IT gives eulertuiument to young nnd old. JU8TICW' COUKTS. piled by John B. Avenar In 1021. IT gives satistsc everr where to every body. A. S. Auu. March 3, June 1, SepEvery state in Europe except EngV furnish THE REl'ClJLICAN ami NEW YORK WBEKLY land has had prepared under gov- tember 1, December 1. TRIUUNE, both papers Jost B. Wiuson Match 0, June 6, ernment authority a standard dictionary of its own language. The September 4. December 4. 112, March C. L. Woodwahi standard dictionaries of England .c5L"V"3-3nLo- o June 11, Septeuihor 10, December 10. have been prepared under the aus Jau. A. liowi.Ki March SO. Juuc plcea of the universities. Address all orders to the 10, September 18, December IS. Cups and saucers are now" all GitAVKU Maroli 25, Juno B. F. molded by mechanical appliances. 20, September 23, December, 24. laid on, tho Oner qualiThe glaze is Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Best ties are hand painted, and tho Room 2, Tribune Building, New York Tity. and sample copy olTIIB cheaper arc stamped with stonclls, NRW YORK WKBKLY TRIBUNK will be mailed to von ero tho baking is done ," in $1.2S ONE lira. YEAR HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, bald-hoadc- Koumiss, the stimulating and intoxicating drink invented by tho Tartars, is made from tormented milk; that of the mare being generally proferred. rfrnx Y3ffS, JUUUt QmsamHi .UriYl.. bald-heade- d was Lewis C. Reid, and he took Lincoln to sprlngfield and Introduced him to Win. K. Seward, from whom he borrowed the first law books he ever read. He and my father we:e of the same political faith, and they often talked politics by the hour. k and "But the smooth-face- d young man whose memory the mtion has long revered soon began to pay me more attention than he did my father, and this pleased my father more than it did me. In those days there were no buggies to speak of. and the way young folks courted very olten was to go out on a horseback rufc together. Mr. Lincoln olten took me out horseback' riding, and though he was not as ardent a wooer ns I ve seen since, he kept his case going pretty lively and pressed very hard for an answer. He pretended that he never loved a girl before and would never love anybody as he loved me, and I think he meant what he Slid; but I did not want to marry him, much as I liked his common sense, li is abence of 'airs' and his great honesty, so I invented a story "I told him I was engaged to a young man in Kentucky, but lie did not give up for this, though it cooled his ardor u little lor a time, finally he told my father he would oil one diyforhis final answer, but I made it n point to be away froui home, and ha never got it. My Inthtr lecturul me severely lor my conduct. II w.inted me to marry Lincoln, and he afterward told me what a Hide dunce I'd made of mjself, but my mothtr took my part, for kh believad love was a thing for each individual to settle in uU or her own heart I can say that I have nevvir for one moment regretted that I did not matry Mr. Lincoln, for if I oould not give a man my whole heart I'd never mirry him for money or position." Mo. Boyce tell of an interesting inc Mont that eceund at a party one night where a draen young folks were ,: t ttll their fortunes with the aid ul a common doork v nnd a Bible. Mr Limoin wui alwu) sinteieste I awk-war- sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Don't Tobacco Spit and Siuoto lour Xite Any. To quit tobacco wislly and forever, Iks mag nolle, full of life, nervo and lgor, take the wonder worker, tbat makes weak men strong. AH druggists, COa or II. Cureeuaran-tee- d Times-Heral- Guaranteed tobacco bauit cure makes weak men strong, Mood pure. 50c, 1 All druegmui. Another lllovr for Silver. The 1'oniTlun government In April suspended tho coinage of silver and decided to prohibit Its importation after May 10. I tie probable that Peru wished to borrow money and that she could not do bo while on a silver basis without paying very high ratesof interest. The Bhylooks of Europe refused to loan at) low rates and to tnlie chances of losing more by U10 depreciation of silver than they would gain from the Interest. Ob, these wicked, groeplng Suylocks who refuse to loan money at a loss I for Flftr Centt. mfofimk CoU iPWAmwM 1fever KING'S S. E. Cor. COMMERCIAL - COLLEGE V Louisville, Ky. to SHORTHAND INSTITUTE 5th and Market Sts, ESiatr-ixo- ecxa ciU KLV8 C'KEAUr TUI.SI tmpoittlrocuni. Apply Into lha noitrl'i. It U quickly sbtorbtd. so t Drngrbti or by mxH ; umpks inc. by mill. KLY IlllimifcltS, M Wirnm BL, New Tcrk Clly. 030L The and IV. Republican Thrice-a-wee- jj AflorJs the facilities for thorough practical training in SHORT HANI). TYPK WRITING and BOOKKF.El'lNG. Success awured in T1IRKB MONTHS. Terms moderate. Pupils assisted to POSITIONS vlieti competent Business men furnished Stenographers I'RBK OP C1IARGB b.t Stn St. T3Xro- Xj. SStjxtgs-- . DrPriia.. - Y. World for 99 tsr- $1.65 per year. lor all - Curious Life Insurance. 1 Do you want any A curious form of life insuranco is springing up in Franco under tho Booklet and saraplo free. Address name of "La Pourml" (tho ant). Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York. The peculiarity is that tho longoc a man ilvos the loss His heirs become tine nl Mr. Urprn'H Nfnrle Mr, Depew's reputation as a good entitled to. The payment of 4 shilstory-telle- r is so well known lings a month mwures the payment of $1,000 to tho heirs of a man unneeesury that it is tJ dying beforo the ago of W, the payupon it. Probably one ment diminishing proportionately to comment of the best stories with which he de- about $500 at 01, the idea being lights his audiences is the one involthat, if a man dies youug, his chilving the question of supply nnd de-- . dren will require help, but that mnnd, and the regulating of prices when ho Is SO they will bo ablo to earn their own livlag. solely by these two factors. In dispute of this Mr. Depew says that one TVo ceunot understand why day he was walking along a street people always ma'cs more fuss over and passed a German butcher shop. a man who has boen awfully wloked Out of curiosity he entered the place and converted than ovor one who never needed to be converted. and inquired the price of sausages "Dwenty cents a bound," replied Washington Democrat the butcher Spools are turned nud bored by "But," said Mr. Depew, "it seems a slmplo machine, which U said to bo ablo to complete from 5,000 to to me I saw your sign this morning, and it read 'Fresh siugages. 25 cents 6,000 nor hour. a pound,' Why did you reduce your HI1I0I1 ! (lie Clooeef price?" Notwithstanding our burnt-ou- t Best quality of Steel and Chilled Plows. Both Walkingand Kiiliug BraVcr Corn Drill, Check-roPlanters, Biding and Walking Cultivators with" and without tongue", Disc Harrows, Fencing Wire plain and barbed. Oibaruc Mowers and Binders, Huber Threshing MachineTraction engines. All above Implements are guaranteed to be of the best quality. First-olasrepairing g ot aU kinds dune prompt')-- . a specialty, u'so a full line of fertilizers for tobacco. You will find us at our old.' stand on First and Railroad St. Co mo in and see us. e Honse-ghoein- Farming implements. last July we nro still hendijuarlere kinds of I If you PRINTING? we are ready to receive your orders forar.y thing in that line. We print do, Letter Heads, Bill Heads, Busiuess Cards, Note Heads, 1 Statements, Circulars, Dodger?, Horse Bills, WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, BEAVER DAM, KY. Visiting Catds, Wedding Invitations, Si Prescription Blanks, Jek Bill. first-clas- s OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOG 1 In fact everything that you want printed. All work and mt() 15 YOUR Do You BENE F.TS YOU TAILOR? at lowost prices.' for cstimatos. Write or call Get a CORRECT FIT? RECEIVE THE "Oh, dot was all tight, I don't got none now und I can't sell tiny. Dot makes men repu lattou lirellig slieap, und l d in t lute uod lings " According to this, as II r Depew says, "Tlisre wss no demand, as I didn't want any, and there w.is no , supply, eg thebut:Uer tudu't went and yet the price at itu a; down 20 YEARS I'UCCESS HE REPUBLICAN, 03:t:rt:oa?c3r, 3SLy. Our Clubbing Rates. fS The Republican nud the " and Ssnii-Weekly in HIGH GRADE TAILORING nv ORDERING YOUR SUITS AND OVERCOATS f OF M. BORN & Co. THE GREAT CHICAGO MERCHANT TAILORS. " Harper's Round Tn' le We guarantee to fit and please you, and sare you money, 300 NEW SAMPLES TO SELLECT FROM Louisville Commercial Oeurier-.Tournal.... Qlobe-Democr- 81 26 trn LUctrlc Hitters is h medicine suited for nnyseeaon, butpethapu mote gen emlly needed, when the languid vx haunted feeling pievails. when the liver is torpid and sluggUli aid the need of atonic and ultfrativ is fslt A prompt use ot this medicine has often averted long and perhaps bilious fevers. No mtdlrine will act more' fcutely in counter tcting and I reel tig tbesjstem from the nnl.mal poison Headache. Indigestion, teltl to Hlecmc DiziiitHS Blttrr-50c. and f I kj ter bottle at Willi inni. Bell j Drug More illrrlrln llitlrr. rATMS. egg every day. Hut, disappointed with the Income ami thinking to seizo the whole treasure at once, he killed tho goose, and cutting her open found her Just what any otljcr goose would be! Mueh wants more and loses all. A certain man had the good fortune o possuas a goose that laid him a golden A. THOMAS1 1.60 " and Semi-Weekl- " " .... '. 1.76 nnd New York Tribune nud Louisville Dally Post ... 126 375 ANDY CATHARTIC mmmmmmmmmmmf BOOS.KEEPmO, EHOIlT-nAN- ftl Ife I 25 CUREC0HSTIPATI0N "" ii. r ALL DRUGGI5T5 ini 50 Who desires to bettor his or hor condition in ffkAA LL.. 3) W?Z vsveyt (z7srss&sirMwielrsrztrt S V TELEQItAPUY, PENMANSHIP, ETO. J xt " life, should writo for ?.- - ,ut v ing contest in another i' tiiou lor the leu-htr- s AU1M HTPT V flllHIMNTfiRn I? n' torconitlp4tljn. faieareU ira (lit Uctl MAwvuu juu a uuui mil harunirHsiiift ksih.a xiFfr rrin nr srriiui. ini inti J 1s bookie! 4t. RTBIll.lMI IIEHEDY CO.. (Tilt io. Montreal, Cm.. orMw Tors. ill.i Unj uJ ttt. BRYANT & STRATTON 33tSIS2SgSaa.