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Yet tin life of every F.xpcctant Mother is beset with danger and all of- tort should be made to avoid it. so assists nature in the change taking place that VOL. the Expectant Mother is ena DAYLIGHT, bled to look for- DARKNESS AND The Haeteord ElPUBLICAN. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, tt. pleasant Soap for the skin. "Nothing else like it:" The most refrcshlne- - and if 'nnilflufcs0 'atDICATta ' Mother's IX. HA11TF011D, KY., ERIDAY, JULY 9, 1897. a.-r- Friend dread, suffering or gloomy forebodings, to the hour when she experiences the joy of Motherhood. IJs use insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child, and she is found stronger after than before confinement in short, it "makes Childbirth natural and easy," as so many have said. Don't be persuaded to use anything but ward without MOTHER'S FRIEND "My wlfo suffered moro In ten minn utes with either of her other two than sho did altogether with her last, having previously used lour butMother's Friend.' tles of It Is a Mossing to any one expecting to besom a MOTHr.Il," says a customer. Hkndeuso.h Valk, (Jamil, Illinois. ohll-(Iro- Ot Dmgghta at tl 00, or nt liy mall on receipt offrlee. Write for bookoontalnlni! tettlmonlall ail valuable Information for all Motbera, fret. The Dra4ald Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ca. Wanted-AnW- ibs Prelect Teur Unit tbT m.r trior you w.ariB. Writ JOTIN WKUDElllTUHN CO. rt.nt Allnr- their 1134) prlao oflTrff omi. ,ff aimncton, D. oa in. ei .no uunurej uiTeation. wanieil. rtoe Candy Cathartic, cure conatlpatlon forever. ICe.Be. If CL 0 t fall, dmaauta rrfund monoy Hilamta Voor Hotreli With Caarnta. JKEHCHANT& v lT.-5la- -l rj LT.IU nfili hi Wi j& Mwm Mb Ml m n& Cjfl MODCRATt U'flli rau,aod WW Trcde-XUr- obtained and all I'M- wm uau tauwtrttCORauticaior aata OrricKiiOMoa.Ycu.s, ran i uia iwiBiia, ui frnm Waiaiiinirt iaL PATatrrorriar; .. law wwt P. JiC free. Mj fiuidtL iliftwmxor ftnMO wu atcnp or Bwt, irM Ol adttM, II puriitl Our f iwtdu tut cticut Murtd. with UbtaiiWawaiV 'A PAwrHirr. i auuus in ma u. o aou soman CUBU4S irj. I. Atldrvta, C.A.SNOW&CO. OrflCt, rr. PATENT WAtMINGTOH. D. C. vswwwwwwwwwa II- - AUSTIN C31 HOTEL P. O. AUSTIN, M'g'r.. Wcat Markot Strcot Be twnonSlhand 0th, Louisville, Ky. f K. I.. BAKRR Curnk'S: AND I T. O. BAKHR. Louisville Dental Co., OWENSBORO. KY. 4W.M.t. m Gold Crowns f 5 to $ 7 Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 lleet set ol teeth (no better made no mntter how much you pay) . ?S $1 up Gold fillings Silver filllutr 75c Kxtractittg, pet tooth 35c Palnleet extracting with Vitalized Air 50c tree when Artificial Kxtrncttntr Teeth are ordered. Oflice permanently located vrealin. Protasct Trtur tdwj tbr war trlnff WrUaJOilN WbDEHUURN A OO "l'atm Attar-turvublQStnn, D. u for tblr ftt.Wo prtio dw aaa list ot two faimdrad InTentlooa waattU yum I WantecPAiTldiarsssBI atal k l3JUaTA8C00DF0nA0ULT9. WAHRANTED. PRICE OOcto. Oiutu, Itxa.. Nor. 19, UM. Tarla Sledlelna Co., bi louu, Mo. fUatljuifini We auld OKOVH'H HILL TUNIC lut year. SCO TASTELESS TA8TKL1S CIIIU, TONIC n4 hva Iwiakt ihr'it aroM alrudr tttla year. In all oar of U yean, la tb dnu bu.lneu. hA.a (armM oev.r ioia na articia tnai e.ve aucu uairei.ai atl. 4ai.uiju m. vour lVulu. xourt trulr. AUMlV.CillK ACO. botttea of K3 cut IIOSl E For sale by Williams & Bell. sssSMSRHBWS kfWjRVAWSlL ri7lr7E2ttUlU Bali UJVflt ,. .TOW SCKiM1 KI11WJ- tettfftea &miHr?flr1rTf.'i'.,iTsrfl uua& i b5j in : n r3 u i i ii i ro i iiULLiL'jaiAi Jt wwras Muttia U KJrA'. JTDTS,aiBMift Mffi if H..aivBjA7j; ccm. 'Aiaid itn, fewn - "anM"'9 j1 ma ir j n I - J&OAl,. old and young, with ovary increasing pens," reinaikea the Keutuckian. $100 GIVEN AWAY fflCtrAimKnie ma thi "I,nd me It," also producing his pleasure and lasting profit. foiltT NurscryDath check book nnd acrlhulin Or Lights nnd Shadows of n check Tho work is published by the old Toaoh-ors; Now York. which he thrust into thecanter of the To tho Most Popular firm of A. D. nnd Ken-tuckiiGaifLe, ffi Ohio County- table with n confident flourish!. Co., Hartford, Conn., whoso It lasts twice as long as others. Tnlliis newnnil superbly illua'raleil "John," he mild, ! ulult cnjny imprint is aullloient Riinrautco of tho A trial iuMI HMlMa . Tun ReruiiMOAN hns always been work a nob'eClirislian woman toll Btho your discomfiture less than that ol merit. Will ptcate tho tnoit fastidious. ' excellence of this first class volume. "Pro friendly to tho teachers ol Ohio counstory of her peruonal experany man ol my acquaintance. thrilling Dut I Hoy a I Octavo, 740 pages. 262 fino CHARLES F. MILLER, certainly mil not going to fly In the ty, aud has always received substan ience in Gospel, temperance, mission, FRENCH MILLUD TOILOT Mfr.et plates, portraits, and text illustrations. face of Providence by laying down n tial aid Irom them and wo have now resoito-worSOAPS AND PGRFUMCKY, No In a great city. and Lancaster, Penn. hand like this or anything like it. determined to givo $100.00 in pres recent publication Is now command-In- n; HOW TO FIND OUT. BHTAni,18HBD, 1839. Thousand morel" go much attention nor has any ents lo tho teachers in a voting cont Conkllng broke into a laugh, which test. Wo have four prizes, valued at other called forth such ringing words KTjleTS Fill a bottle or common water class Ace he turned oil into a cough. "I never 30, 82, S25 and $20, which we aro from mlnUters and with utlne and let it stand twenty-fou- r ol "God-speePROFESSIONAL CARD. Aces came so close to suffocation in my going to give away. Wo aro going to hours; a 6eudlment ol settling indieminent women. It has been preachlife," he said altcrward. cates a diseased condition ol the kidallow tho teachers and people- to say CTam.eaj J&.. ed about from famous pulpits, read ami Kinff. When there was $14,700 iu cash and who shall neys. When urine stains linen it Is havo theso presents Two by tens of thousands of Buhtcribcrs, positive evidence of kidney trouble m checks on the table, the Kentucklan, 1 of tho prizes will bo given to tho two j l and raado the subject of ninny a cler- Too frccpient desire to urinate or pain lilt) If ever an Jiptiinist lived the late whose turn it was to bet, cleared his most popular lady leachors nud two gyman's Sunday evening lecture Its In the back, is also convincing proof John Chambellin was one; and yet he throat, that the kidneys and bladder ore out llAHTfOUIr, KY. will bo given to tho two most jwpular authorship is fourfold, its four .mthors of order. had to swim through his hours of dis"Chamberlln," he said solemnly, Wih practice his profession in Ohio Wo will pub-i- sh being no IcMtbau; Mrs. Helen CampWHAT TO DO. gust the same as men of less cheerful "this thing has gone far enough. gentlemen teachers. and adjoining counties, and court of There Is comfort in the knowledge temperament.' every week two coupons in The Appeals. bell, Uev. Lyman Abbott, D. D., Col. He often said that the Neither one of us is n millionaire. I Special so often expressed, that Dr Kilmer's Repuiiucan and all votes must bo collections. Office nttention given V, Knox, and Inspector Thomas cast side of purli. Swamp Root, thegreat kidney remedy most dismal expetlence of his life was do not propose indulging your noto- used as printed. It makes no differ- square. Thomas Byrnee, Chiof of thuNow fulfills every wish in relieving pain a single round of a two handed poker rious rccklassncss nny further. I see York Detective Bureau; In thrback, kidneys, liver, bladder gauie thnt- ployed back in"l878 plainly that you nrejustVtld Indian ence how you get hold of the paper, SiiRtnv Taylor. and ovety part of the urinary pas with a Kentucklan of national fame enough to bet your last blanket and just so you uso the printed form as no M. I,. Hhavrik. the principal sages. Mrs. Campbell, HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, It corrects inability to hold at the time. pain ol moccasins on that first lull ot other will he counted. Tho prizes writer, certainly was a woman comurine and scalding pain in passing it, It was alter a dinner at Chamber-lin- 's cards, even in teeth of ray solemn as- will bo distributed as follows: missioned of God, and "In His Name" or bad c fleets following use ol liquor, hotel one winter evening. Be- surance that you are the worst thrashun1. To the young lady teacher who HARTFORD, KY. spent many years as a city missionary wine or bear, and overcomes that pleasant necessity of being compelled sides Chamberlln and the Kentucklan ed man from here to Alaska. John, I receives tho largest number of votes literally "In Darkest New York." to get up many times during the Perry Westerfield, Rosco Conkllng nnd n member of call yon." wo will givo one of Geo. F. Cram's What a wonderful work shedid. How night to urinate. The mild nnd the Hayes' cabinent had Chamberlin sptead his hand out on New Universal Globes, valued at 830. helped to make extraordinary effect of Swamp Root is devoted and blessed her labors were. soon realized. It stands the highest away with the dinner. After It had the table befoie him. Four of the Beaver Dam, Kt. It Is a stoy never to bo forgotten. for its wonderful cures of the most been eaten the four adjourned to cards were aces, and the othei was a It is tbe finest Globe that is made. 2. To tho young gentleman teachbr This unimio volumo presents tlieeo distressing cases. If you need a Chamberlin's private smoking room king. The Kentucklan spread R. R. WEDDING out who receives the largest number of thrilling experiences of Christian en- medicine you should have the best to enjoy their coffee nnd cigars. his hand nt the same time. It conSold by druggists price fifty cents and votes wo will givo one of Cram's New deavor with tho hundreds of pathecio one dollar They all felt pretty well, tbe only sisted ol four kings anfl an nee. The For a sample bottle and Haktfom), Ky. and amusing sceuoa that wcro packed pamphlet, both sent free by mail, nntural feeling for the proper kind ot two men gazed at each other across Universal Atlas, valued at $26. Will practico his profession in all 3. To tho young gentleman teacher tho courts of into them; It portrays lifo in a great mention Tim Hartford Republican man after eating his share of a Cham- - the table with expressions of blank Ohio and adjoining address berlin counties. Also Notary Public. city by day and by night "As Seen by and send your full dinner. They sat around stupefaction and thence tore up their who receives tho second largest num to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Illnghamton, N. Offico, in Commercial Hotel. ber of votes, w'e will gire a scholara Woman"; it shows tho power of the Y. Tbe proprietors of this paper Chamberlin's famous lacquered card cheeky and split the pot. ship in King's Commercial College of guarantee the genuineness ol this of- table (purchased for him in Japan by I Gospel to redeem souls from tho lowaur. B.A.:E2:isr:Ei"i All Hie l4oi!o Lousvhle, valued at $25. General Grant) yarning nnd dawling Should keep themselves est depths; it gives striking testimonies ' fer. healthy and To tho young lady teacher who for n while. The Kentuckian, fumbi. of tho redeemed; and from oA I It mo especial care should be given to this t'nlt Cnrloalllra HARTFORD, KY. Barren county has a couple ol ling anion? the recesses of the card matter at this time. Health depends receives tho second largest number of Will rich and varied experiences it draws practise his profession In all th liviug truths for head aud heart that curiositie3 in the shape of calves table, got hold of a pack of cards In a upon pure, rich blood, for when the votes, we will give a" scholarship in courts of Ohio and adjoining counties are worth to any reader ten times the which probably taVe the lead of nny celluloid case, nnd after lazily toying blood is impure and Impoverished di- Kenyon College at Hodgonsville, Careful attention will be given to a with it said: valued at 820, making in all a total of business entrusted to his care. seases ol various kinds are almost cerprice of tho book. Mrs. Campbell's other two calves in other county in Col "John, let's play a single jack, just tain to result. The one true blood 8100 to givo to the teachers. lections a special ty. Offico over Ohio Mr. W. D. this Commonwealth. is full of wonaccount of rctcue-wor- k to see how the cards run." We have made arrangemeuts with County Bank. Also Notary Public. putlfier is Hood's Sarsaparilla. By derfully touchiug incidents. Stranger Young, ol Temple Hill, has a calf "All right," replied Chamberlln. its power to purify and vitalize about a month old that is absolutely Supt. Hhullz totako chargo oi voting the stones are here told thun romance ever ISTES-A.!!,- , 3E3. hairless, its body being as smooth ss a "For what limit the sky?" blood it has proved itself to be the contest, to open the ballot box, count (Cbnnly Attorney) drcamod of, everyone of them drawn That's my game," said the Ken- safeguard of health, and the tanned hide. The calf is n shorthorn The contest will record of the votes, Ac, from real life by a woman's hand. In and of a favorite cow of Mr. Young's. tucklan. Both men put a hundred remarkable cures effected prove that closo on tho last day of the Ohio anecdote every chapter sho weaves in HARTFORD, KY. The hide is of a reddish or roan color. dollar bill In the center of the table. it has wonderful power over disease. County Teachers' Institute, which Will practice his profession in tho alter anecdote, incident after incident, Thete ore a few hairs on the inside of They arraLged that It should be a actually and permanently cures will bo held some time in August. Courts of Ohio It and adjoining conn tslory after story, aud tho reader's attits ears and the lip of its tall, but oth- plain case of jacks or better to open. when all other preparations fall to do Tbe voting will be perfectly fair, and ties. Special attention given to col ention is hehl breathless to the end of erwise the whole body is absolutely The Kentuckian shook the cards out any good whatever. lections. Office in Courthouse. Mr. Shullz, together with his Board tho volumu. "Straugo but most sug- naked. of the case, shuffled them, and at a of Examiners, will count tho votes nod from Chamberlln dealt the hand. Curs Con.tlpatlon Foraror. gestive is tho fact," says Bishop Cose la Mr. Davis Holder, of the Barren-rive- r JNO. B. WILSON, .'15JHS &icarct Candy Cathartic 10o or He. and the prizes will bo awarded that in warmly commending this volumn, section, has a wooden legged Conkling and the cabinet officer stood If a C. a fail td cure, druftilita refund monoy day. Go to work and vote for your "that Christ is to bo visited in these calf. Last year the hind leg of the looking on with their hands In their HARTFORD, KyT Send all votes to Z. II. Eagle Eye Salve choice. dens and dives; the arc those whom calf was cut off by a mowing machine pockets. Chamberlin picked up his cards one cures sore eyes, styes, and granulated Shullz, Hartford, Ky., and he will SPECIAL attention given to will bear in mind when Ho says: and Mr. Holder, seeing that the poor Ho making abstracts, Ac, 'Ye visited me'; or, when ho says: brute proposed to live it given a by one. He was a cool headed man lids. It strengthens weak eyes in put them in the ballot box. Wo can also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Office North sido of public square. furnish exfra copies ofTnE Rki-ud- chance, made a wooden leg for it who had learned the game ot poker both old and young. It allays all Yo did it not to Me.' " It gives a pleasant ieeling lican to anyone who wants to vote at which it has constantly worn ever nt an age when most boys arc masterRev. Dr. Lyman Abbott's R. J3. LEESIMMEBMAK, ing shinny, but the witness afterward about the eyes and makes the vision 6c per copy. If you want many cop interest in City Mitsion work, nnd his s'nee, and which it can now sport declated that his certainly flushed clear and distinct. For sale by Z ies, leave your order a week before with all the grace a wooden legged persona share in that work, The calf is grow- when lie gathered In his five cards, Wayne Griffin & Bro. hand. fitted him to write for this man can muster. Habtfoud, Ky. ing right along, and every little while but he had said nothing until the Remember we will give 20 votes Will practice his profession in nil the book. In his Introduction to it he If your eyes leel like sand were unKentuckian slowly picked up his Mr. Holder is obliged to lengthen the with every now subscriber to The Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties say: cards and he was probably so wrought der tbe lashes, if they burn and your leg. Republican. Get your friends to Collections carefully and promptly atin. these phases of city "Myjntcrest Office with T. J. Smith Wc doubt if two such curiosities are up himself that he did not observe sight is Indistinct, Sutherland's Eag subscribe and givo you tho coupons, tended to. life- dates college days. from my & Co., Market Street. hisopponeut's "suppressed excita-ticn- ," le Eye Salve will make the right. It of to be found anywhere else in the From that day to this over a thiid as Conkling put It, In conning has cured thousands ol cases ol sore and by this means your candidate Glasgow Times. a century 1 have continued the United States. will win. VICKERS, eyes and granulated lids long standhis hand. studies tbeu begun, and the subject of 8100 Ilrnnril filllO. "Phil," said Chamberlin to the ing. It cures when others tail. It Is this book has been one of- the gJcat I The readers ol this paper will be 0 subjects of my study sometimes in Kentnckian, "I don't want to be hard harmless. Druggists sell it. For Hhrtford, Ky., pleased to leats thtt there is at least U literature, often in lite." ale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. on you, but I'd never have any more Will practice his profession in Ohio one dreaded disease that science has No appeal from temperanco advoand adjoining counties. luck as long ns I live If I didn't play Special atbeen able to cure in all its stages, and tention given to all bUsinesi entrusted cates can do more to promote the this hand as It deserves to be played. To Kill Cnbtinice Wanna. , that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cute So Offico in Republican lo his care. I am opposed to the use of Paris o causo of temperauco than the thrilling I'm going to break It open for five Is the only positive cure known to building. 1 hundred," shoving the money into green in anv form for cabbage worms, scenes and incidents so well described; the medical fraternity. Catarrh beu ' as It is dangerous. I have grown at least to says Mrs. Mary A. Liver- - ing a constitutional disease, requires' the pot. ARMISTEAD JONES, cabbage for many years andhave r Miss Frances E. Willard. more and "John," replied the Kentucklan, 3 O a constitutional treatment. Hall's , used this poison for the worms, One of the mont absorbingly inter-Catarrh Cure is taken internally, ac- with a little tremor in his voice, "I but have a 2. O remedy that is sure death esting portions ot the bosk is that HARTFORD, KY.. ting directly upon the blood and mu- leel It my duty to warn you that I've Dilute strong beef MX J written by Inspector Byrnes given the id brine Will practico in all tho Courts of Ohio got you beat en the go-land I don't g O cous surfaces of the system, thereby with water. Dip a whisk broom into ripe experience of thirty years of do and adjoining counties. Special atdestroying the foundation ol the di- want to take any unfair advantages tention given to collections. Offico tective life. Many ot tho startling sease, and of you, but I can't afford to return a this mixture and shake it over the o giving the patient strength with County Attorney. revelations ho makes arc taken from by bailding up chutlish scowl to the smile of Fortune plants at any time when there is danthe constitution and The solution is a III, private diary. They have never assisting nature in doing its work. nny more than you can; and so, John, ger from worms. o r? and WfcliVer Habit cured at homo withbojore been published. ft will cost you a thousand more to fertilizer in itself and will not harm The proprietors have so much faith In out rain. Book of paro o anyone. I have used this for the past ticular atnt ritKK. This fascinating volumo is indeed a its curative (lowers, that they offer draw cards.'1 H.M.WOOLLF.Y. M.Ul twenty years with perfect success, AMmuIm, CiuTOfflce 101 N. Prror St. wonderful tale ot Christian love and One Hundred Dollars lor any case jg returned "Well," Chnmberlin never failing to kill worms or to raise faith, all alive with intense and strikthat it tails to cure. Send for list of with a sigh, shoving the raise into fine cabbages. Tinti TAIII.li I. V. II. It. IIKAVKU It will not auswer for l,V KY. ing reality. Tho best of It is that it testimonials. Address. the pot, "I never saw a Kentuckian cucumbers, squashes or c pumpkins, as C.OINO east. d F .J. CIIBNBY & CO , Toledo, O. yet who knew for you, but you're is a puro and elevating book from beB. B. the salt will kill these plants. Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 n. m. E Sold by Druggists,. 75c. htinglng It atl on yourself." ginning to end a volume for tho famNo. 322 a 1 02 p. 111. Mall o Hanson, in Orange Judd Farmer, Hall's Faimily Fills are the best. ily circle. On this point tho words of No. 202 a 7 25 p. m. Fast Mail "Cards." inquired the Kentucklan. C Rev. Dr. Twichell (who has a family "I'll play with these." said Chamooiko WPST There is no use taking pills or pur- berlin, cjosing his hand nnd o c No. 201 a 7 1; a. 111. Fast Mall of ten children) awl Itev. UrrMagoun, running gatives to cure chills. Dr. Bell's over his wallet. Mail No. 22i a 12 35 p 111. is 3 President Iowa College, are worth Local Freight No, 291 a 3 2s p m. Peppermint Chill Tonic cures them "Well," Said the Kentucklan, "I quoting here: Dr. Twichell writes, 3 o II, Mrrriik. Act. by itself, It does more than that, don't need nny myself. Make your "My wife says that sho is going to set give you a new dress on the our young people on the book right inside. It tones you up aud makes bet but be careful, John, be careful." "When you adopt that Imbecile off, for tho good it will do thorn"; and jou strong. It makes you fell some Courier-Journ- al "My family account Sold on n guarantee For tone, Phil," said Chamberlln, "you President Magounsays, E & do it at the sacrifice of my sympathy. finds, whero other hookson our shelves sale by Z Wayne GnflJn & Bro. A thousandl" $ o The use of the surgeon's knife Is belack interest, this ouo always hold) "John," said the Kentucian, look- coming a10 general, resulting fatally Iliinr (oKpoll n lliiHinml. and rewards attention." In such large number of cases, as to Vow vengance on all his relatives. ing nt his opponent mournfully, "you occasion general alarm. It contains 252 superb engravings, c Mr. William Walpole.of Walahtown, Pay no attention to household expenstubbornest man In the Westnre the Henderson route Loultvllle, Hender- every one of them mudo from photo Dakota, writes; "About Southyears ses. Make n fuss about clgnr smoke ern hemisphercT nnd you certainly three 8 m and St Louis Railway Company ago, there came under graphs taken from Iilo, mostly by ' Time Catd effective May 30, 1897. lu the houee. Give as much as he can need some of it taken out of you. A my left eye a little blotch about the . 3 Every faco U a portrait, HAST BOUND size 01 a srnaii pea. earn in a month lor n new 'bonnet. thousand more than you " No 42 every scene a storu reality. In lookIt grew rap!dly,and 46 44 Tell him as plainly as you can that "Senator," said Chamberlln to shooting pains ran 7:s6am 855pm Lv St Louis ing at these splendid illustrations tho you married liliu tor In every direction. a living. Raise Conkllnp , who had been standing beEvansville 6:50am 2:23pm 2 45am aoiiirtlilnc lo atuow. I became alarmed reader sees at n glauco just how Gos- a row II he dares to bow politely to a hind the Kentucklan, "come over Henderson 7:15am 2:4 6p,m 3 10am It maybe worthsoratthlngto knew and consulted a is carried on by day anil by lady liiend. pel wcrk Spottsville 7:3$ani 3:07pm 2 28am Tell him the children here and have a look ut this hand of good doctor, who that the very best medicine lor icstor-luOwenaboro 8:18am 3:44am 400am night by rescue bands; he is shown Inherit all Ibeir mean trtiitsol charoc- - j mine and add your voice lo my warn' pronounced It canthe tiled out nervous system to Hawesvllle 9:17am 440pm 4 soaui cer, and said that It strange sights In out gi tho way places ler from his sideof thelamdy. Keep ing to ourfrirnd across the table, a healthy vigor is EUctilc Bltteis. Cloverpott 9:45an 5:03pm 5 10am must be cut out. that aro rarely or never Been by tho the parlor for company and do not let Conkllng obeyed the request and This I would not This medicine is purely vegetable, Irvlngton 10:45am 6.03pm 5 57a.n1 consent to, having acts by giving tone to the nerve cenArLoulsvllle 1235pm 7:45pm 730am casual visitor; ho is taken into cheap htm put a foot inside of it. Provide glanced at Chambetlin's hand.' little faith In the WEST BOUND lodging-house- s aud cellars; into the nny satt ol a picked up meal when I'm not in this game, John," he Indiacriraluate use of the knife. Read- tres Inthe stomach, gently stimulates No. 41 JS 43 ing of the many cures made by 8. S. the I.tver and Kidneys, and aids homes of tho poor; into newsboys' you don't expect strangers Gt ev said, "and it wouldn't b square for 8., I determined to give that medicine Lv.LoulBville 7:30am 450pm 8 23pm Brandenbuig 8:51am 6:09pm 9 30im lodgiogtbouses; into the poTiao and erything the next door woman gets, me to make any remarks." these organs in throwing off impuria trial, and after I had taken It a few ' ltvlngton 9:15am 6:43pm 9 He said afterward that he had to days, the cancer became Irritated and ties In the blood. Electric Bitters detective departments, etc., nnlhlug whether you can afford It or not. Let Steplieuport 9:51am 10.21am it out when you nre quite mad that turn to the shjeboard and stud his began to discharge. This after awhile improves the appetite, aids digestion, ' bq omitted.' seems to , ceased, leaving a smalt scab, which Clavcrport 10:11am 7:39pm 1036pm you wished yyou had married some handkerchief into his mouth to keep finally dropped off, and only a healthy and Is pronounced by those who have Wo do not know when 7 10 pages Hawesvllle 10:351111 8:04pm 10:58pm little scar remained to mark the place tried it as the very best blood purifier Owensboro 11 :35am 905pm 11 48pm lisvo given us more genuine pleasure. other fellow you used to go wilb. from roaring."Oh, very well, then," said Cham- where tbedestroycr had held full sway. and nerve tonic. Try It. Sold for Spottsville 12:17pm 9'47Pu 12 23pm If we speak warmly of the book, It Is When he gives you ten dollars to lay Henderson 12:40 10:10pm 12:45pm aside lor a "sore loot" give It to the bering, "you perceive, Phil, that I've 50c or $1 00 per bottle at Williams & becauro it rich'y desocvei it. It is Evansville 1:15pm 10:40pm 2 4 5pm fi;st peddler that comes along for a done my best lor you. I am there, Bell's Drug Store. 7.20pm ArStLouis 7:32pm sod only by cgents, and is meeting and It la folly Cancer la Give lore, reduced tff the necessity of rais- toexpsct an la the blood pair ol plaster of pails vhsc All tritlus run throuyu solid u operation tocurelt. 0.8.3. with an ouormoui sale. Agents lio hitu to understand, Evansville. Through P.irior Cars .is soon as pussl-b'- e ing you nnQtuer thousand," pulling ituaranteJ purily vtgt(ailt Is a real rjoa't Tobacco Spit sail Saitks Hr Ufa Am;. introduce such a work ought to bo corand Pullman SlMper en oil trams every altrr the Ii.mt.yitn.on th.it kissing out his check "book ntii writing a remedy lor blood. To quit tobacco euilly and lororr r, t between St. I.eun Tiiiitvllle ard dlaeaseof the dially welcomed. A bitter work has full ot life, oarro and visor, take tll tnuU(;h lor siiourry luveis.but check fur the amount' with a fountain Hooka mailed free) No 41 and coiirmU that make, weak rata Louisville. certainly nowrcoino to ourtab'o. It f 1' married fu!k it u cimlouudtd pen. trong. All drugging, (Ooorll. Cure guaranaddress Swift Speat ltvlngton lor Pordsvlllti and liar- teed. Ilooldet and satnyle free. Addreaa cific Co., Atlanta, bo read over and over again by Billy will '"Handy things, those fountain dlusburg dall evept Sunday Rx. Bteillne lttuielr Co. , Chicago or Near York. Ga. . i - NO. 50. BUTANEOUS FIAT'S woll-kno- Worth-Ingloiu- My k SkyjWas posed as a Limit. Said a When the of Priced K I W "" d" Four and an Encoumer Four a Snaitb., jlIU ill Law f - -- Attorneys at Law Attorney at Law Attorney at Law, post-offi- ce Attorney at Law, a. Attorney at JCaw, 2. Attorney at Law Suth-er-land'- a life-lon- g Attorney at Iaw - - Attorney at Law, J.B. ncv-eve- Attorney at Iaw one-thl- S OPIUM Too a tooit Much Me I "S The Republican and the for one year a for $1.50. flash-light- S ' vysi17 ( 5m A Real Blood Remedy. sss mac-cell- htfpFimM nfi""- Hartford FRIDAY, 'fc"l''llJ! Republican. There "- I jgX- jp, i X'1 lJjr,tt:fraaai will be ft Democratic Mom eliwt; apply spirits of ammonia and In sotrte Meeting at the Court House to mor--1 Ilfttteliotn to the noettils. i iir ii ti "tr -- w1 fdlwni1riiMI .iMSfafcsi auttumtrt nir u r StVEMDIK ynsaarii ui, MWSinnijasoJMB s JULY 9, I897. row. Tiih United States Senate has passKy, ed tho Tariff Bill and it will soon n law, then we will seo peaco SAM A. ANDERSON nuiior. and plenty in the country like wo had Subaorlptlon, $1.26 por yonr under former Republican Adniinis. nt Itflttfonl trations. Congress will adjourn this Kntered et the br second class mall matter. month. post-office Offloo on Fox Streot. iKMitit Hirry 1'rlflny nl llnrllnrl, Tim local conventions of Populists in all parts of tho country are declaring Against any nioro fusion with Democrats. A "fusion" which fuses only the votes and gives all tho desir ablo offices to the Democrats longer popular with Populists. is no REPDLIOAN TICKET. Eloctlon Nov. 2, 1897. II. County Judge, Jiu. A. Park. County Clerk, M. 8. ttagland. Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, County Attorney, M. L. Ilcavrin. Sheriff, S. T. Stevens. School Superintendent, Fun Rogers. Jailer, Tlioa. II. Black. Assessor, G. 1). Royal. Coroner, L. W. Hunt. Surveyor, N. Jloxley. MAGISTRATE. Tub recent developments in Congress in which a large nunibor of Democrats havo abandoned tho frco trade theory and supported high protection, coupled with tho fact that a latge number of Democrats in ovcry Slato whero there aro campaigns this fall havo refused to support tho silver issue, aro rapidly disgusting tho Popu list leaders and deciding them to dissolve tho partnership existing between thoso two parties, and it is probab'lo that fusion between Populists and Democrats will bo impossible in the future. Tiibiie is good reason to hopo for definite action on the currency quesAnnouncements. tion Immediately following the comFor Itrprescnlnllre. pletion of the tariff bill. It is now We are authorized to announce announced that BYKRS R. A. President McKinloy will send a mesAs a candidate for Representative from Ohio county, subject to the ac- sage to Congress immediately upon tion of the Republican party. the passage of the tarifT bill recomFor MnsUfrnff. mending the creation of a commission We are authorized to announce which shall take up at once the curTHOS. II. FAUGUT rency question and prepare a plan for As'a candidate for Magistrate in the general revision of tho currency sysRosine Magisterial District, subject a to the action of the Republican party. tem of tho United States in time for consideration by Congress at its reguWe are authroized to announce lar session which begins in December L. B. LONEY in the next. As a candidate for Magistrate Rosine Magisterial District, subject Ami There Are Otlirr. to the action of the Republican party Gov, Boies, of Iowa, is not the enly Tim picnic season is now open nud Democrat who feels as he felt when he said: evecy week there is one in the county "For one, I do not believe it possisomewhere. ble to succeed upon a platform that The Fourth of July is past and demands the unqualified free coinage vkh it were the usual accidents and of silver it the ratio ot 16 to 1 with gold. We have fought that battle killing incident to that oecasiun. and it is lost. It can never be fought It is very unfortunate for the miners over under circumstances more favors of the United States to go out on a able te ourselves. If we hope to sucstrike at this time of the year. There ceed we must abandon this extreme demand." is not much coal in demand now. We do not know half a dozen DemThe wheat crop is about harvested ocrats of character and standing who and reports from every part of the indorse the free and nnlimited coincounty indicate that the yield is ex age of silver. It was injected into the Chicago platform by the extreme ceedingly good. Silverites of the West at the sacriGce Is another column we publish a of the party. We never pretended to call for a convention to nominate a indorse it and never went farther candidate for Representative and to than to advocate the of the law repealed surreptitiously and select delegates to the State Convenfraudulently in 1873. We supported tion and to send delegates to the Senthe nomineess made at Chicago, beatorial and Judicial Conventions. cause they were the nominees of our Tun "statisticians" who furnished party, remembering the disasters that those exciting tables of prices for last followed the breaking up ot the fall's silver campaign by which they Charleston Convention in 1850, qnd professed to show that wheat and silpreferring the defeat of the party temver had kept pace in rise and fall porarily to the disasters that would since the "crime of '73'' are finding follow its dissolution. The next Democratic National Conlittle market for their tables this year. The fact that wheat has steadily ad- vention will have to modify its platvanced m value while silver has form in regard to the free coinage of steadily declined during the past year silver, or it will encounter another has taken the edge off the popular ap- defeat. We will preserve our allegpetite for that sort of mental fodder. iance to Democaacy, even if we ate sure of defeat, for these are principles We notice from the reports from more important than any monetary the daily papers that the Sound Mon- question involved, and to these we Lexington Gazette. adhere. ey Democrats will maintain their and will nominato a cans didatp for Clerk of the Court of Appeals. This is the correct thing for them to do, for by going into a fusion with the Republicans they would kill their party and it would put them in the same condition in which the Populists are in at the present time. When a fusion is effected it kills the weaker party. Hartford Dist Christopher Allen. Cromwell Dist Jonl B. Wilson. cases it may be necessary to give small ' quantities of aleholie stlmu Innts. Iu the other for heat stroke or In-- s lating, the symptoms, ate much more retious. The face Is purplish, the eyes bloodshot, the veins swollen and cotdtd and the skin dry, hot and burning to the touch. The effects of the run seeul to be most marked on brain and spiral marrow. The brain bicomea so heated that the chest cen ter controlling the production ol heat is affected and the temperature rises from the healthy one of 98 5 to as high as 100 or over. This condition is ro serious that a physician must be call as soon as possible. While awaiting the doctor's arrival much good can be done and lives oftentimes saved by the application of ice to the head and spinal column. It will do more good if btoken into small pieces and placed in clothes or rubber bags, but in these pieces of ice can be placed about the head nnd neck, Workingmen and others exposed to the direct rays ot the sun should have their heads well protected and should wear woolen next to the skin. A very useful precaution is a bag of cotton batting or flannel sewed along the back of the under garment over the spine so as to protect it m p dsing a whole family in Caltfornir. Jt'iover lejt Barren county about tin ago nnd went to California, 5 ears where tit Mine way he managed to get si.me money. He ran oil with another man's wTfe nud came back to ! county, where he lived lor nearly a year, moving about from place to place, and riot remaining very long anywheio. While living In Barren county the woman, who pissed as h'a his wife, lett him nnd returned to Cl ilornia. Shortly alter the woman left Hoover disappeared, and nothing was heard ol him again until his arrest on the charge of poisoning a family ol six In California. The ciime was one of the most notid ever com mittcd in the state, nnd the Governor offered a reward first of f.5 000 tor the arrest nnd conviction of Hoovrr. This amount was increased from time to time, both by the Governor nnd the relatives ot the murdered family, until at the time of Hoover's captuie last week the reward amounted to $11,000. Bar-re.- raftkm ot Banco ouniy, bi t ATTENTION, REPUBLICANS. ItlallieNnine Wnj IH Ihle wit.) h.i, tlved tu C lifomia (or the The following article is clipKl from the Imsville DWpatch, a new p st tm years, wai anratnl in Logan At a meeting of theRepulican ComPopocrntie rheet, just recently plantc unty list week on the rliarge of mutes of Ohio county held in Haiti ford, Ky., jfuly 5, 1897, It was ordered tMt. An In tho Abscess Stomach Oausod Croat h. r that the Republican voters of Ohio cauuty be called to uicxt in Conreti tton at the Court House in Hartford, Ky , on Monday, August a, 1897, t one o'clock p. m. to nominate a enn- dldate for Representative, to name delegates to the State Convention, which meets at Louisville August 10, to nominate n candidate for Cletk of the Couit of Appeals, nnd nlso name dehgidts to the Sixth Judicial and Seventh Senatotlal District Conventions. It was nlso otdeied that the Republicans ol Ohio county be called to meet nt their respective voting precincts on Saturday, July 31, 1897, nt 2 o'clock p. 111., to select delegates to repies ent and cast the vote ol their precincts iu the nloresnld County I I I I . I 1 Convtiitlon. Subscribe for The Republican and keep up with the times. There is evidence of greatly entatg-e- d business in every important department, more establishments having b:en set at work and more hands employed, and ll We will send you ers speculative excesses, the progiess toward better things is unchecked. Reports from various cities this week show a very general, progress and a continuing large distribution through The I'n-- t unit Future. Things now behind us. July I, retail trade. Failures for the week have been 198 as against 276 in 1897. the corresponding week of last year. Free trade. Dun's Financial Review, r9, 1897. Tariff legislation. International complications. Ol.lTO.V Government bond selling. George Daniel, of this place, is visGold exports due to currency scarce. Drawing of foreign balances from iting friends nnd relatives In Spting Lick. this side. Mr. John Ditfian, who has been Presidential election. very low with typhoid fever, is imBank and mercantile failures. Prejudice against Wall Street by proving slowly. Miss Lula Murphy, ot Shrcve, is those in high officials authority at visiting Miss Katie AIcDaniel. Washington and elsewhere. The camp meeting' at this place is 16 to 1 silver crankism. progressing nicely. General scrambling to get out of Miss Katie McDanieil is on sick dept. list. Free silver craze. Miss Susie Austin, of Beaver Dam, Theoretical attempt at legislation. is visiting friends at this place. Treasury deficit. Dr. Renfrow and wife, of Sulphur Gold hoarding. were in town Saturday. European selling- of American sen Springs, Bond & Son shipped a car load of curities. sheep last week. Railroad receiverships. M. Charles Beeler, of Spring Lirk, Decreasing railroad earnings. is visiting iiiends at this place. Panics oft repeated. RONAtl). Congressional constant fight with the executive. Socialism. A OURIODS DESERT ISLAND. The Republican and N. Y. Weekly Tribune one year for $1.25 in advance. hind- furthermore ordered that the of reptesentation in each pre I basis cinct in said CountyConvcntion shall be one vote for every as rd fraction over 2 cast by said precinct for Samuel Kash, the first named Republican elector on the ticket voted for at the election November 3, 1896 provided that no precinct be deprived ol havs ing nt least 2 delegates and 2 votes, and provided furthermore that Itast and West Beaver Dam precincts shall hold joint precinct Conventions, as shall North and South Rockport' precincts. Thisbrsis will allow precincts votes and delegates as lollowsi . . G Uast Hartford .( .' . . 5 West Hartford Beda 5 It was Sulhur Springs Magan Cromwell Cool Springs North Rockport . South Rockport Select Horse Branch Rosine Bast Beaver Dam West Beaver Dam McHenry . . . .' Centertown Smallhous .... . .5 2 6 6 ' ' 4 5 8 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' , 6 6 a . . Bast Fotdsvilte West Fordsvllle . . 7 5 Aetnavllle Sbreve Olaton Buford " 8 3 3 2 4 2 Bartletts Hrflin Anarchism. Populism. General liquidation in ever thing and by everybody. Things now In front of us. A new and permanent tarifl law. $140,000,000 gold in the treasury as against $102 000,000 this time last year. snperrbundant nt rates of Interest corresponding with' those of Money London. The large majority of the Populists recognizing the blunder their party made last fall in going over to the Democrats,and they are now opposed toJfusion,by which they will loso their identity. If the Domocrats wanted to treat the Populists fair, why don't they fuse under an independent device in this ouuty this year? The Democrats know that would perpetuate the Populist party and would kill the Democratic paity. They want to kill the Populist party. Tin; four months sinoe William was inaugurated have becu big with oveuts. No other administration ever did so much in so short a time, aud none was ever able to such results under such adverse circumstances. The people who are inclined to grumble because four years work have not been completed in lour months in the face of no adverse majority iu the Senate do themselves, the oountry,and tho President injustice. y Extension of credits, thus showing that it is not more money that has been wanted, but more confidence. Practical men members of the cabinet in place of theoretical ones. Confidence In the exe:utive and his conservative methods. The recognized fact that the government is thoroughly on the buildAfter using n 10 cent trial size of ing up cide of the business interests Ely's Cream Balm you will be sure to of the country as agalnat what wa3 buy the 50' cent size. Cream Balm considered to be the reserve by the has no equal in curing catatrh and predecessors. Railroads reorganized nud earnings cold in head. Ask your druggist for on the increase. it or send 10 cents to us. Business improvement in all diELY BROS , 56 Warren St., N. Y. City I suffered lrom Cartarrh three years; rections. it got so bad I could not work; I used Stocks up and advancing two bottles of Ely's Cream Balm and Foreign buying of our securities. am entirely well; I would not be withInvestment buying amongst our out it A. C Clark, 34 1 Shawmut own people large in the aggregate and Ave,, Boston. quite general from all sections of the country, Trnvrttly mi Jimllr. Faith and hope in the future never We take it that Dinning, the negro stronger on the part of business peo-pi- e. who in defense of his home filed upon a mob and killed one of its members, Prosperity fully under way nnd will be promptly pardoned. Hh conviction and sentence to the peni every Indication that the next four tentiary for that act were a travesty years in this country will be as proson justice. If a ruin can not protect perous as the reverse was the case himself and family lrom lawless bands during last four years Encouragement for everybody to of night raiders, then, indeed, is the spirit of the mob supreme and law is launch out in business on n credit basis, and buy everything offered at Courier Journal. a mockery. bargaining prices with jut regard to negro George Dinning is It the quantity. convicted at Franklin the governor The outlook of the government fought to pardon him witnout a day's inances is that it Is more likely to be delay, A lot of low down scamps In a position to buy bonds in the futell out with him and went to'hls ture than sell them, in fact, the gento whip him and house alter night eral feeling is that all adverse condirun him out ol the country. He pertions are like a last year's bird's nest formed the pralsowoitliy act of killing and a thing of the pist, while there one of them, and the others, like the of light looking into the fucowards that they were, ran away and is a vista is full of encouragement. ture that In left the body of their companion HRNRYCLKWS. Dinning crime on ti.e ' ground ought to be given forty acres ot land nnd a mule for his action in protectRepubai d Owens-bo- ro ing himself and his latuily Inquirer. VI 108 Total Necessary to nominate 55 At precinct conventions, known party affiliation and a pledge to support arid vote for am. nominees of the aforesaid county, State, District conventions, will be required of all voters proposing to take pait therein. Young meu who have never voted Is an Isolated Rock Situatod In tho and those who will be 21 jears ot age ' before November 2, 1897, with qualiOpen Atlantic-I- t to oxploro tho fications above stated, may also paris proposed Island or rook of Rockall, which is ticipate and vote in their respective situated in tho open Atlantic, in 57 precinct conventions. degrees 36 minutes north latitude, All precinct delegates are urged to about 200 miles west of the be at County Convention m lime s Hebrides, with no other land near- the convention will be called tu order er. It Is about 230 feet in circump. m. ference nt tho baso and CO feet nt promptly at onk o'clock W A GiBSON.Ch'm'n Co Rrp.Ccm the top, and looks at n distance like Jno P MoriTON.Sec'y a ship under sail, beitif? whitened by tho guano that has been deposited 9!iiKllerlnl Dlnirlel faiivtiilluii upon it , It appears to be the Pursuant to tie above call, I he Reemerged point of an extensive mountainous submarine tablo land, publican voters of the Rosine Magisstretching front tho southwest to terial District are rt quested to select tho northeast, atid giving rise to a delegates to the Magisterial Convennumber of dangerous rocks and tion, which meets at Beaver Dam reefs in tho ncijjhborliood. It offers August 7, 1897 to nominate n candiadvantages of great promise as a date for Magistrate in said Magistemeteorological station, situated as it rial Distiict. Ww. Bryant.CIi m'n is in the zona of tbo most oxtonsivo area of oyclonoa in the northern U.MO.. hemisphere, but it is not easy to A. C. Stevens has two acres of oats land upon it when the sea is at all that will average five and roub. It is but little vlsltod. It bears a few plants which have not in helgbth. Mrs John Blankenship, who has been collected and studied, and is the resort of Humorous sen birds. been very sick the past week is imTho curious poak is situated at a proving. groater distanco from any mainland Messrs. Rogers Bros are busy drilthan any other Isolated rock of like ling wells. They are drilling a pubdimensions in any part of tho world. lic well at Cromwell. They will be- N. Y. Tiroes, gin threshing wheat, the 17th. Several from this place attended The Proud Girl's Shrug. the Reunion at Rockport last Satut- Very often ft girl's disdainful day. Bbrug of her shoulders whan In comA dozen or more families from this pany may bo traced to a combina- place spent Saturday at High View. tion of red flannels and buckwheat Mr. Gat Geld Barnard spent Sunday cakas. If sho were alono she would rub hor proud shoulders against tho at this place. Mr. L. T. Barnard and family were door. Atchison Globe. guests of his sister, Mrs. A C Stevens, Sunday. S. B. F. ed in Louisville: NO FUSION. "The Hveulng Tost, diseusltig the political situation with reference to the alleged fits on ol gold Demo crats and Republicans on a municipal ticket, according to the Post, noDem-ocrn- t will accept a place on n fusion ticket. 'Acceptance,' says the Post, takes him out of his fnimcr relations and make him simply a Republican. One has n right totuakesuch change s and if he piefers the associations with Republicans It Is better to avow it.' That is sound dacttiiic nnd is something the Post should paste in its bat and plaster on its wall in n conspicuous place. No Democrat will accept a nomination on n luslon ticket, nnd nn Democrat will support any ticket except that nominated in the approaching primary. No Democmt will lute with the Republicans 011 a State ticket or support anybody but the nomine of the Frankfott convention. All those who went with the Post out of the Democratic paity In the last Presidential election to sup-poMcKintcyor Palmer will be gladly welcomed back in the paity II they will stand on the good paity plank An honwhich the Post lays down. est confession is good lor the sou), liven though it be by indication; and the Post, in confessing' that it has been out ot the pirty and not a Democrat, undoubtedly relieves itsclt ol a great load ol political sin." If this doctrine be sound as the Post nud Dispatch nay, that "no Democrat will accept a place on n fusion ticket." What do you call these men in this county, who call themselves Democrats, but who sought and obtained a place on a fusion ticket? According to these "Gold Bug" and "Popocratic" papers they are Populists, which, however, they vigorously deny. men 'hnt do you call who sought and obtained a pi.ice on the fusion ticket who ctU themselves Populists? According tu this logic, they are not Populists, but Democrats Therefore no Pjpulist or Democrat should support theluston ticket. No Populist nr Democrat is under obligation to support any such ticket. We have so established from Democratic and Popocrntie authority above cited, and we may quote Marlon Butler, The. Watson nnd Joe Parker to the effect that no Democrat or Popn-11- st in Orajeon county is under nny obligation to support what is known as the fusion ticket in this county. Come now, gentlemen, "an honest confession Is good for the soul " Under what obligation aie Populists to vote lor Democrats? Under That obligation are Democrats to vote lor Populists? Under no gteater obligation than they are to vote for Republicans. They me, or they are not distinct political organization. If they are not they each stand (or something the other thinks is wrong and should oppose. If they are alike, then they should declare themselves one. Have one set ol principles one party device and one put- - name. But, says the Post aud Dispatch, "no Democrat will accept n nomination on By the same reasa fusion ticket." oning, no Populist will accept a notu Inatlon on a Democratic ticket. Therefore these patties have renounced their piluciplesand allegiance to both paitits nnd both parties are released from obligations to them Grayson tt Conflnocl to tho Dod But Now Ablo to Work, "In October, 1805, 1 had oil nbecem In my itoroeoh. Iwas also taken with pleurisy and roughed very badly, I was treated by physicians but did not Improve, I nave up all hope ot ever setting well. My right side was swollen and I was not ablo to ualk across the room and was eontliiMl to my bod. I was advised to try Hood's Bamaiiarllla and began taking It. In three days I could seo a chango for tho bolter. I kept on taking Hood's Bareaparllln until I had taken lour and continued to Improve. I am now able to doa good day's workon the farm." M. U. Mann, Demoesvlllo, Kentucky, Suffering-W- as hot-M- m UlSliforlS. rrtpared only Lowoll. Mass. Hood's Sarsaparillai sold by Qt by C. t. llood&Oo., Hood's and mily Hood's. ilOOd 7, FllIS aretlie best sittr-dlru- pills, aid digestion. jj. The lllinlrli Witt lint lo Holt. The Free Republic, the State Populist paper says: The Louisville Dispatch Is out against the purchase of office through In a lending corrupt combinations. editorial it says: "II any canidates for office have entered into or should enter into a combination, their competitors will find The Dispatch aeadv to denounce nny such combination " Yet at the sume time The Dispatch hoists the name ol SiutP. ). Shackelford tor Clerk ol Couit of Appeals a gentleman whose nomination was secured nt Frankfort by the purchase of Gus Richardson's following with n promised deputp ship. This every delegate to that convention knows to be a fact. It was also charged by a Times correspondent that some members ot Die Louisville delegation sold their votes to Shackleford for cold cash. I don't know that this is tiue, but whether tiue or not, Mr. Shackle-fold- 's nomination was the result of a political combination, such ns The yet The DisDispatch denounces, patch is for Shackelford. llrerrlKHty 8ya So. Catenrets Candy Cathartic, the mull won, pleasderful medical diseorerr ot U10 ant and refrosbsnir to the taste, net eently and poaltlfely on kidneys. It ivand bowels, eWauahn; tu euUre system, dispel eeM, cor InadaalHi, rarer, Imttlltnt oenillnatfoit and bllknunms I'leosn buy and try a bex ore. 10, V M cents. C. U tild nod guaranteed to cure by aft dreg gists. A desirable farm of one hundred acres, situated near Hartford, well watered, a good oiched, two hundred benrtng trees, good bulldings.and in good community. Por further particulars call at this office at once, tf for Nnlii aearand lotnmi bsMt eitrs makes weak men swoee, Wwl pare. too. II. Alt OteseUu. Itiirldrii' irnlrn Milre. The Best Salve In the wottd for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and nil Skin Hrupttons, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Pi Ice a$ cents per box. For sale by Williams & Bell. 13.1 ror nrty OnU. yr. Tho and Scmi-wcckl- y Republican the St. Louis Globe-Democrat one year for $1.75. EXCURSION TICKETS VIA THR Rigle. Subscribe for Tho THK Republican and get TENNESSEE all the news. TO Illinois (Jen. ffc. &. CENTENNIAL Itxposttioit I j ' ' citiitAtvru. Mlta Maggie Kimmel, R iced ale, is visiting friends and relatives here. Mr William Simpson, son of Mr. John Simpson, died Tuesday ol typhoid fever. Mr James Bratcher, Morgantown, visited Mr. Frank Bratcherhcre Monday. A crowd of. ladies and gentlemen from here left Sunday for the Tennessee Centennial, Mr. V B Moiton lost a fine mare recently. Quite a crowd from this place attended the Reunion. Louis. nn ns And International at For the above occasion tickets will, be sold by the Illinois Central Railroad at varying times, rates and limits, Including a ticket on sale dally, good to return until November 7, and includinn tickets having limit of twenty days, fifteen days and seven days; also tickets 011 Tuesday and Thursdays of each wek with limit of fifteen days. For full paitlculars ns to which Tjf the above applies from your nearest Railroad Station in connection with the Illinois Central Rail-roacall on or address your neatest railroad Ticket Agent. Wm. . 8 -A- LL WOMEN S I Tu Care Comtlullon Foreror, .Take Qwooren Oandr Ottuuriia lltoorMs. CI O. II C. tall to euro, drunKikta refund money The people who use coal will do well to call on J J Foster, who Is now operating the Elijah Miller bank, 3 miles south-weof Haitlord on the Point Pleasant road. 48 z6t st Murray, New Orleans. Jno. A. Scorr, Memphis, Div. Div. Pass. Agent, Pass. Agent, A. II Hanson, o p. a., Chicago. W A. K8u,ond, a o.p.a., Louisville. Of an trie pun endslcknessfrom which women suffer Is caused by weakness or HENRY FIELD -- & HAVE OPENED THEIU SON derangement In the organs of menstruation. A slow but steady gain in businwB with uu advance in pnoes, an increase in the number ot hnuds employed nnd growth of now orders, and an incrcao in the amount of work done are pointed out by Dun's Review in lis hut issue uu renewed evidence that business is improving, A study of the newspaper wiiliiiient of the country ns oxpresned iu tho publications of nil sentiments shows concurrence 111 tho belief thus expresKd that there is a marked and great improvemeut iu the business situation. 11 Intelligent and Immediate action in cases of sunstroke or heat proitration will save many lived during the pros ent limited term There aretwo distinct forms of sunstroke mid their treatment Is distinctly different. In one form,"'hent exhaustion," which is the milder of the Iml lo lilt III llflll rrOkllililllllK. Daily Louisville The Post lican for $2.75 per yqar. , Nearly alftays when a woman Is not organ are affected. they are strong and woman Is very seldom well these But when healthy a sick. Mr ELIEE'5 V wnflofftraiu Is nature's prov talon for the regulation of the menstrual function. It It cures all "female troubles." Is equally effective fer the girl In doher tsem, the young wife with mestic and maternal oaree, and approaching the period known as the " Change ot Life." They all need It. They are all benefitted by It-For advice la rritnil-- In buy! nir ttiedleins ns In other matters It is economy to grt Hood's r :wOyr OMNIBUS will guarantees a ootniortahlo ride. A Hue new SarsaparMa than any other. Itvery bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla contains 100 doses nnd will nvetage, taken todiicctions, to last a month, two, thu 1. kin ia pale, onld nnd clam- while others last but a fortnight. my and the pulse Is feeble. In this ' Hood's Pills are the only pills to in in the patients HMwlly recover, Hood's Sarsapaiilla. Itasy though death fcometlmes ensues. take with and jet efficient. paThe treatment in to rmnove the n linnlly. tient to a cool place, or t leskt ou of A Ruasellville special says: the direct rajs of the sun Loo-e- n Z .clc Hoover, a white man, who all clothing, especially about the nck. D.uhcoll Miterou luadnnd lived for a number of j cars in the , IMI-mi- cata rMutrtnr special CO., Clutu-noop- Tm OuUinoogi Mo&lne Ttno. UviTjuW AdvleerrWrtmnt. x!n rM i, i. COOPER, Tupile, Mill., Sirll "My filter iul)r4 lrom vtry IrriiwUr and palnlul niMiitriutlon end doctors ooulf Ml relieve her. Wine Ol Cerdul eiUtrely cured her end l0 helped ni nioiur Uitoujh the Ch J1150 ol Ub." THOS. To vx 111 3L cot all day trains at Heaver Dam. All orders promptly Attended to, From Boavor TZcirxx. An o'gant voblolo and good horses Ltayr uiNr atFio'd's I.lwijBiabJe, corner Market and Unlou HtreeU, Hartford, -- 1 rr"gfjr tawettMaMMk. gssqsB btiy your ttfciJeWrttr from J. 15. u Fa-gi- ii ft iii Awarded t i WHERE THE HONEY IS ft Co Tow lli.eu lor rliaM skirls at J. It. Fogle & Co's. BUy ollr shoe mid alipcrs fiom J. It. Fugle & Co, The Bees Will Come o If Is With FAIR& COMPANY Whore the goods arc the people will come. We tiro showing lor the heated term the prettiest lino of dimities, lawns, mulls, swissoB ever show in Hartford, Big line ol siiniuier wash goods at J. . Fogle &t!d's. 11" jjijn Mr. Bftf L. FleTd, St. Louis, was in town yesterday, Mr. J. & Field, Louisville, was in town yesterday. POWDER Absolutely Puro. Leave your orders at Field's livery stable for transportation anywhere. ImwtllMUXlOll Col, C. M. Barnett and Mr. Jo Celebrated for its great leavening Roberts were In Louisville this week. strength and healthfulness. Assures J. B. I'oglcjBt Co. have the largest the food against alum and all forms ol and cheapest line ol clothing in Hartadulteration common to the cheap Grands. Royal Baking Powdkr Co., ford. Nnw York. Griffin gave a barlxxue Mr. W. - . II. Buy your Bros. Groceries from Pate to a few ol his friends last Wednesday. Married ou July 6, near Roslne, Mr. Geo. Romans to Miss Nancy Pierce. Mrs. Jesse Potter left yesterday for Bremen to see her btotber, who Is quite sick. See J. E Fogle & Co's line of Hamburg Swisses, edgings and laces before buying. Remember Field & Son will take the best ol care of your horse when you are in town. Mr. Scott Smith and family, of Hawesvllle, are visiting Jrlendsnnd relatives at Beda. Bring us your country Produce. Path Bros. Will soil you Handsome lawns 5c, pretty dimities 5c, domestic organdies 1 ( i .white organdies 20c, dotted Swisses A new lot of home spun linen white duck.at Carson & Co. and mulls IOc. you want for the hot weather. Besides these we have a lovely line of fans, white, black and blue parasols; white handkercLicfs, cooling underwear, otc, that you must have. For the gentlemen we have linen suits, white duck pants, white vest, black serge coats and vests, blnck luster coats, fancy gingham coats, light airy underwear, belts, shirts, tics 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. -- 10c to 30c, Lappet Any of these goods are what Vote for the most popular teacher. It will not cost you anything Mrs. E. W. Ford has returned from a two weeks visit at Fordsville. County Attorney B. P. Neal visit-c- d his father at Prentls th s week. Prof. Richard Foster Is attending the Nashville Exposition this week. will give Remember Bullington you a good shave, hair trim or shampoo. "i. Miss Ella Hocker, ol Sutherland, is Mrs. Jas. Lyons, Haynesville, is visiting the family of Mr. W, B. visiting her lather, Judge Jas F, WardofKinderhook. Carson. Hon. Chas. Finley, Secretary of Miss Maude Taylor,ot Beaver Dam, State, was in town a few hours will spend next week with Miss Sal- - Wednesday evening. He Coleman, We want some more good correDr. J. S. Coleman has gotten about spondents In the country. Send us well from hla recent fall and is able the news from your neighborhood. to be out again. We will sell you a set of cane seatMrs. U D. Gully and little daught-er- , ed chairs, i doz. lor $3 A nice Mercedes, Franklott, arc visiting rocking chair forji. Carson & Co. Mrs. K. B. Allen. Mr. W. G. Hardwick Is clerking Just received a lot of spiing wheat for Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. during Flour. The best you ever saw. the absence of Mr. Chas. Rogers, who Path Bros. is attending the Encampment. Carson & Co are receiving railroad If you want to get bargains always ties on the banks ol the river at patronize the merchants who adverHartlord ready for shipment. He sells cheaper, and sells tises. Remember that since our boat has better goods. been running, we can't be undersold Dr J. S. Coleman is able to travel, on Furniture. Carson & Co. and he and Mrs. Coleman will leave for Greenville, where he Mr. J. L. Anderson left yesterday lor his home in Owensboro, alter will fill his appointment at that place spending a lew days heie with rela- Sunday. tives Of the 50 applicants for certificates Miss Lucy B. Townsend.of Cobden, in the June examination in Hardin III., arrived in the city yesterday and county, Miss Sallie Coleman was one Is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. S R. ot nine who obtained a first class certificate. Wedding. We have just completed the proMisses Kittle and Annie Collins entertained a lew of their little friends grams for the Ohio County Fair. Monday night at the home of their The Pair promises to be better this year than it has ever been before and grandmother. tl)e people should take especial pride Interest is increasing in our teachin the enterprise. ers' voting contest. The - presents Reports reached us yesterday from are very valuable. your Select Louisville that the Hartlord State choice and vote now. Guards are the best drilled men at Married July 1, 1897, by the Rev. The report says W. G. Stewart, at the home of the the Encampment. that the boys show up well and are btlde, near Rosine, Mr. S. D. Sorrels an honor to the State. to Miss Bettie Leisure. In this issue will be found the stateMr. B. L. Myers, who hss been ment of the Bank oi Hartlord. It working lor the Ccntrdl Coal & Iron seen from the statement that Co. at Render, has gone to Nashville will be the Bank is in a healthy condition. to attend a Commercial College. Business has been on the increase Married at the home of Mr, B. II. with the Bank. It is conducted on Stewart, near Rosine last Saturday, thorough business principles. Mr. W. P. Raymon to Miss Hannah Hartford gemple of fashions FAIR bWMMiWMaGtzcMifc' LARGEST NORMAL SCHOOL IN THE SOUTH i nimu ....-.- . r"'i irtlrDt'iu-irimrir lirMUIMCB )M 1 - imo ridliie COUBSrt. T JW Mtrria.v atvnsiwANTEB. ' ?K2?V' ilimuNo CRas.se ft K- - Alter July 10, the steamer Janie OLATON. xi nnml. son and d.iueht i Rae will make two trips weekly bet.o " i'up cr, Iroisville, are spending the sum- - tween Hartford and Bvansvllle, arriving at Hartfoid every Wednesday tner here. Miss Rosa Graves and .the Misses at 12 o'clock noon. Depatting will Nuz were the guests ol Miss Kate leave same day at a o'clock, p. ru., and arriving every Saturday at 4 McDaniel last week. Rev. Wblttinghlll Is conducting a o'clock p in., and departing will leave Hartford every Sunday at 6 camp meeting at this place Misses CynthiaPerguson and Laura o'clock a. m. For cheap rates of Oiler, of l'ordsville, attended the freight or passage, apply on board of Leach, Rev. W. G. Stewatt, performboat or to Jas. P. Carson, Agent, ing the ceremony, camp meeting here Sunday. Mrs. Lon Maddox, of Philpot, was Hartlord, Ky. Mr. M. Bean returned from LouisCapt. W. H. Moorr, Manager. the guest ol her daughter, Mrs O. S ville yesterday, where he had been Bond, Sunday. River Guards Among the candidates foi President visiting the Rough Bond & Son shipped 'a car load of good shape, National Republican League ate He reported the boys in of the cattle Monday. all save Corporal Nail, who was overMarcus Pollasky, of Chicago, and L. Miss Jennie Ferry, of Caneyvlll,ls come by heat, but was improving. J. Crawlord, of Kentucky. Ol course of Mrs. John Allen. the guest the Miss Maggie Bell, of Fulton, Ky., there ate numerous "others," but Mrs. JohnAllen and Miss Jennie above named are bustling for support. was overcome by heat at Rockport Ferry were. In Roslne last Sunday The convention will be held in De- last Saturday and died lroiu the effect evening. troit July 13, and continue three days; soon afterwards. She was on a visit Mr. Jesse Bycrs ntul wile, of GrayDetroit offers many attractions well to frieuds near Rockport, and her Mrs Joel Peyton son county, visited death will be a great shock to her worth the journey. last Sunday. home people. Peyton, ol the Cane Mis. Fannie Miss Maltie Bennett has been quite Mrs fiooil rimes lira Here. Run neighborhood, is visiting si k for several days. Last Tuesday was a lively day in Joel Peyton this week. Beaver Dam. Our enterprisingrstock Miss Kate McDaniel Js very sick at Killing nt Itockport. Saturday at the Reunion at men, Messrs. Gray & Taylor, receivthis Last Miss Lena Murphy, of Tleasant Rockport Marshal Geo. Til ford shot ed over 500 lambs, also a car load of Giove, who was visiting Miss Kate and Instantly killed Jno. Shultz, of fat hog which they shipped. People little realize the importance McDauiel returned home Monday color. From the particulars learned Mr John Dngln, who has been very it seems that Shultz was drinking and and magnitude of the stock business low with typhoid levt-r- , is Improving. the Marshal attempted to arrest, him, here which amounts to $5,000 per month even in the hot and dull Drane, the photographer, is think when he pulled his gun and the Marlug ol moving to Canej vllle. shal had to shoot him tu sett delense. months, Farmers have advantage in this market that was not dreamed of Mr. Wallace Rosten hs' stcured a few years ago. Fat hogs, sheep the school at this place and cattle can be cashed . here every Llllie and Ulla Burden atMisses week in the year, and almost any tended the picnic at White Run last family can keep and fatten a hog or Saturday. two, even without corn by care and Mr Tom Spurrier. nfCnneyville, attention. This enables a family evpassed through town Monday. en without capital to reach some cash Tunstall, who hss been Miss Mollle by this means which otherwise, would attending the Sotherti Normal Cot. not meet taxes and other expenses Bowllng'Gteeti.returned home lege at The opportunities are sought by our Saturday. Is the time that tries all the care frugal, watchful farmers, hence the Mr. M S Ragland, Roslne. was in of the mother and all the skill of continuous supply of fat hogs. t lllltKei-- l Otup. The Morganrlcld Sun says A rr rawntative of the Sun had occasion this week to traverse a good portion of Union county mid n good opportunity vi aflpidul to infit m bimnelfof the genoial condition ol wheat (In the county, ns harvcitlng was in its height and a good reckoning could be made. The farmers icpott the yield better than for many years and tepott quality excellent, while the quantity is far greater, taking an average than for 20 years In some fields the wheat is so rank that It requires 4 and 5 horses to pull the machine. During the past week binders have been running from daylight till dark and yd the grain has ripened too tupldly for the number of machines in use. TLe rains the latter part of the week to a great extent the harvesting in some parts of the county, but the binders will finish their work this week and be succeeded by the Repara-troSome Southern Democrats assert Some crops have already bi en that they are still free traders, but that threshed, and the yield is more than II the North and Bast are to be benesatisfactory. The threshing season fited by having their products and in- though the crop is large, will I e dustries protected, they want the comparitlvely short on account ol the large number of machines In the South and West benefited by protection upon their pioducts and induss county. tries. Well, 11 protection benefits all Two Vlewn or One nllnnllnn. sections, why advocate free trade? "This," said and able citizen, asr After serious illness Hood's Sarsa-parll- he looked over the columns of his has woddetful budding up home paper, "is what I call a spicy power. It purifies the blood and re- sheet. It seems to be absolutely (earless, and whenever It sees the head of stores perfect health. an evil it gives that evil a crack. Such a paper Illustrates the true mission of journalism; it is not only to "VTork educate the masses from dishonest people, aud to correct abuses, this can only bedoneby tbeaggresslve hello, the blamed patier says I am utterly I'OINT I'l.EAMANT. Farmers have their wheat cut and unfit for the office to which I aspire. it is much better than last year. Corn Now of all the contemptible, reeking, is growing nicely, while tobacco is rotten, reprehensible newspapers in not extra, tolerable fair prospect for the universe, this is the worst. I never want to see a copy of that fruit. Mr. J. B. Butler, wife and two scurrilouls sheet in my house again, daughters. Mr. J, T. Butler, wife nud and I am going to knock the shoulder-blad- e out of that grass fed editor, child, and Miss Mollie James, ol Butler county, are visiting relatives here. Exchange. Mr, F, O. Coppage, of the JamesOn Hie Mitnner ol nil Introduction. town Coal Company, returned home It is mortifying to note how many on the steamer Kerr last Friday lrom persons pay little or no heed to what Calhoon. may be styled the etiquette of InMr. Henry II. Davis, of the Victo troductions. To the lover of form ry neighborhood, visited friends and there in something that sets one's relatives here lost Saturday and Sun- teeth on edge on hearing an introducday. tion so worded that a woman is preMrs. Scott Bverly and daughter, of sented to a man, or an elderly woman to a young one. The rules with re McLean county, are in our midst. Mr. James Cox, ol the Brown set- -' gard to introductions are si simple tlement, is slowly improving from and sensible tbat-i- t would seem that his severe illness. the wayfaring man or woman, though Yes, we are highly in favor of E. a fool, could scaicely err therein. A AttorP. Neal for Commonwealth's man is always introduced to a woney, J. S. R. Wedding for the Senate man, andit may be well in passing to and Berry Loney for Magistrate; this add that a lady's permission should about correct and will be Jinrd to de- usually be asked before such a pre-- , 1C. feat. sentation is made. It is a simple matter to say, "Miss Smith, may I present to you Mr. Jones?" before uN teting theformal, "Miss Smith, allow me to Introduce Mr. Jones." The man is, of course, always brought to the woman whom he is to ad- meet; the woman should never be led to the man. These rules might seem superfluous were it not that one so often observes If the Senate bad promptly passed infraction among people who the Dingley bill without amendment their should know better. At a tea a would have landed the country It who years before had arrived at alongside the prosperity pier nearly dlgnlto of a grandmother was pi" four months earlier, secured the best the loted by her hostess to a young girl tariff for all interests, and made itself of twenty, and they were made known more popular with the country. But, to each other in the well-mewords; alas? the Republicans were not strong "Mrs. Knight, I want to present you enough in the Senate to secure these to ray dear little friend Mabel Day. results. Mabel, dear, this is Mrs. Knight, ol whom you have so olten heard me baud of soetflltd regulators, Who surrouuded his little hut during the night and ordered him to cjii.c out, Dinning refund, and defending hla family fired on the ninb The file n urn! Dinning was wounded, but one the gang, Jodie Conn, was klllcil, it In thought, by a bullet from Dinttlng's pistol. He was arretted and brought to Louisville for safe keeping. Two weeks ago he was taken back to Franklin, protected by a company ol soldiers, and tried whilesurrotindeilhy guards. He was sentenced to a term of seven years. General sympathy hai been aroused for the friendless negro, who exercised that law which makes a man's home his castle, and hravclyPpiotect-e- d it from the assault or midnight raiders. Being n negro and without lriends, he was at the mercy of his prosecutors. llglittt Honors Dli' Werld'j Pair rtltnl, 1 1 CREAM BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. A pure Grspe Cream of Tartar Powder. Flee V)m Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Cnll lor the Ilriuhllriiii trillion. Louisvtu., Kv.,June Mnn ' iC 1M97 r. la We do all kinds of Job at the lowest prices. The Republicans ol Kentucky nc requested to meet in delegate convention in the city of Louisville 011 Tuesday, Augut 10, 1897, to place in nomination a candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, and to transact such other business as may properly come before the convention. The basis ol representation will be oie delegate for every 200 votes cast f jr William McKinley, the Republican candidate for President in 1896, and one vote for each fraction over 100 votes cast. Upon this basis the convention will be composed of 1,000 delegates distributed among the 119 counties of the state. The delegates from the several congressional districts will convene at the place yet to be designated In the city of Louisville nt 10 o'clock a. m on convention day for the purpose of choosing vice presidents ot the convention and members of the various committees. The convention will be called to order at a o'clock p. m. for Its temporary organization and for the further transaction of its business. Delegates are required to be selected In the sevs eral counties executive committee maydesignat, alter giving proper and ample notice to the call. By order of the Republican State Central committee, at a meeting held in the city of Frankfort on the 39th day of April, 1897. C. M. Barnbtt, Ch'm'n. K. J. Hampton, Sec'y. Ito XeicroeN Nneeie. was Prolessor Schroeder, of Louisville," volunteered a surgeon to a reporter, "who first, ventured the opinion that the negro never sneezed. The statement was made in reply to a question of Prolessor Gross, the famous Philadelphia surgeon, and in whose memory a statute was recently dedicated in this city. A smile passed around the listeners, and, Prolessor Schroeder, observing that was some doubt about his statemeut, reiterated It with some force. "He then explained that while there were no structural arrangements about the breathing apparatus of the colored race that has been discovered which prevented lllm sneezing, it was n fact that the colored man did not sneeze, though he could be made to sneeze by the use ol snuffs, pepper aud otherlrritants. He had, he said, never made any experiments in that connection. He also said his observation had been confined to colored people in the Southern States. Atmospheric or other conditions might exist elsewhere which might cause him to sneeze, but none existed naN urally in the South. "The debate on the subject occupied nearly an hour at a meeting of the International Surgical Association, which held a convention in the old Lincoln Hall some years ago. Since then, I have often spoken of it and asked my friends to notice, and, though I have directed the attention ol hundreds to the subject, I have yet to hear the first one to say that be ever heard a negro man or woman sneeze. By negio I mean a black man or woman, I believe that mul.it-toe- s sneeze occasionally, and the nearer they arc to white the more frequently they sneeze, but even they are less sensitive to Influences which produce sneezing than the people of the white race. It has been obsetved also that Indians sneeze very seldom, while Chinese sneeze ten times as much, even, as the white race.'1 Washington Star. "It The Republican and Louisville weekly Commercial one year for $1.25 in vance. ma-tro- The following named persons have paid their subscription to Tub since our last issue: Miss Meek Sharp, Elizabethtown; M. II Neel, Ecliols, Silas Taylor, Paradise: Dr. J. II. Roach, Magan; Nat Odle, Caueyvllle; Dr. A. B, Balrd, Oklahoma City; W.A, Morris, Wood-bsrrv. Send us your orders for Picnic Bills. The largest crowd that has perhaps attended the Soldiers Reunion in a number of years was at Rockport last Saturday. Every thing was in nice shops and the managers had spent no pains to see that the people would enjoy themselves. Misses Mary Lou JopHu, Ul'zbeth-tow- n; Carry Selectman, Springfield; Jennie Qulsenberry.Soutb Carrollton, arc the guests ol the Misses Thomas this week. Monday night the young ladles gave a delightful ball at their polatlal home in honor of their guests, which was highly enjoyed by all present. Company G ol the Kentucky State Guards left Hartford Monday evening about 8o'clock for BeavecDatu, where they camped until 5 o'clock Tuesday morning when they left for Fountain Ferry Park for the annual Encampment. It being the first trip ol the kind for "Our boys," they were, of course, In good spirits. We wish for them a jolly time and a safe return home. Miss Sallie Ma Colscman, who for four months lias been attending school at Frankfort, returned to her home in Hartford last Sunday Before returning home Miss Coleman visited relative in Loulsvllle.Elizabethtown and Bowling Green. She was also one of the great number of Kentucky teachers who attended the State Teachers' Association in Park City and who al so took the two days outing at Mammoth Cave. .Will rnrlo DIiiuIbk. A determined effort will be made by the people of the state to. Induce Lieut. Gov Worthington to pardon George Dinning, who was convicted and sentenced to serve seven years In the penitentiary by a Jury at Franklin. The oflense for which Dlnulng was punished so severely was that of his home from the attack ot The foreign markets which have been, since the repeal of the McKin-le- y law, closed to American meals are likely to be reopened through negotiations now pending under joint directions of the Secretaries of AgtN culture at State. It was the work of the Agricultural Depattment and the State Department under the Harrison administration, In corjunction with the reciprocity treaties made possible by the McKinley law, to create for American farmers the best markets for their meats which they have ever had abroad, and it was the repeal of that law and the destruction of the reciprocity treaties by the Cleveland administration which closed these markets. The task of restoring it will be a more difficult one than was that of its original creation, but Secretaries Wilson and Sherman are hone-fi- ll ol success. Dun'o Review, which is looked up on by business men a reliable indicator of business conditions, , continues ol the im to speak encouragingly In its Issue provement In all lines. "There is no ol June 26th, It says: backward step in business, although the season of midsummer quiet is Improvement continues, gradnear ual and prudently cautious as belore, although In branches evident where no signs of it appealed a few weeks Business men ol I he highest ago. standing in all parts ol the conntry, having gradually perceived that the tide has begun to rise, are regulating their contracts and investments aild the plans lor the Inture with a confidence quite unknown to them a short time ago. Great changes before the adjournment ol Congress are hardly to be expected, but removal of uncer tainty Is with tcason expected to bring into operation buying forces for which have been restricted months. The main factor at that time is the steadily brightening pros-peHarvesting ol wheat for crops has already begun with surprisingly good results, and statisticians of repute calculate that the winter wheat crop will be 60,000,000 bushels beyond the Government estimate " I0o speak." If the ladies were amused by the speech, they were so well versed in that knowledge ol goodlorm In which their hostess was lacking tbatthey showed no consciousness of her error, Harper's Bazir. 'Oi . It ought to be in continual remembrance that the highest point of prosperity the country ever reached was under a Republican administration and the McKinley tariff, while the period ol its lowest depression and greatest loss was under a Democratic administration and a Wilson tariff. The labor agitators propose making the coal miners suffer first the loss and annoyance ol a strike It will be the old stoiy. Altera loss and ant noyanceofa strike It will be the old story. After a loss of millions of dollars in wages the miners will return to work poorer than when they entered the the strike, but their walking delegates will have drawn salaries all the time. These neer stop lor a strike. wTh. palmer, WATERLOO, lOyVA, "Savid From tha Horror of Norvout Prtl- trttlon" by Dr Mll' Nrln, Statomont of tho Condition Baby's Second At tho Summer OI080 of Businoss Wodnosday, Juno 30, '07. I I OP THE OK T - lr TV. Baby Beaver Dam Gleaner. maternal management. Irnr. Nnm Juiirtt Muki II comfort comes from fat; fat 1 "Suppose," says the Rev. Sam babies have nothing to do but llltU Georgia. ' the grvemment Jones, ol News received here informs us of to sleep and grow. owned all the grisraills in this counIf your baby doe3 not seem ' the death of Mrs Georgie Ana Shultz, try ari congress should enwt a law to prosper, If ho does not gain wile qf Joe Read Shultz. of the Tren. that all corn should be ground by the The weight, you must get more tls or ShulUtown community. years government mills Irre and thut white in deceased Tas about thirty five fat there. A few drops of corn wai woith but 18 cents bushel of age, and adaugbtci ot J. Ham - Inum recentlv. GOU. RBSOURCliS. Bills discounted Overdrafs secured and unsecured Due lrom banks Cash and cash items . . Banking house and lot . 70,40 77 '.535 45 31.935.19 . . . , . 11,013 79 3.O00.OQ Furniture aud Fixture Current expenses Debts in suits Real estate the government would stamp the sacks pf meal so that It would bring 56 cents a bushel and do this for uoth. Ing. It Is a very hard matter to keep meal above the1 price ol corn." TheFloatlngStiutiolsnl Olhoon y each ness; ' ... .... . . , . . ... 1,00,00 t. 349.08 , 110.18 3J.35 Jui, 494. Hi I ( day will put on plumpfat outside, life Imlde, ! aL. iw , baby and mother both happy. Your baby can take and relMr. Jno R Yatea of Rochester, night with his cousin, ish Scott'3 Emulsion as much spent Sunday He was on his In summer as In any other Mr Gently Yates Ridge, where he will season. way to Pleasant slatt his threshing machine Yut Ml by ll druggists at joe. end ' Brown, of the adjoining neighborhood of the Little Bend In Butler county. Her father la now and ior several years has been one of the most prominent and prosperous men ol the Her husband Green River Country. Is one ol the best and Intelligent of good men to be lound anywhere. She leaves several small children who together with her husband and a host ol stnvlving fiiends to mouiu LIABILITIES. Capital stock ct untviueu promts Surplus Deposits . . Dividend unpaid $40,000.00 3,113.66 303.86 , 79.I5.9 38.00 Waterloo, Iowa, wiltani "I w taken with a nerrou iUlcture of tho bronchial tuboa. which dovolopod luto nanou prostration, I waaao weak I could not lit up. I tho tot no iloop for daya ei.pt wbon undar auf- lufluenco of opiatea For four months I itlA T 1 at. a liVift fered agonies nu prjim " www anu uo an nivlc!an said I had Dr consumption, for I bad zm a, cough tba i miiea lave mo no rest. Ilut a good old physletan whoa Restore meaicino nau laueu, .Health, advised me to uie Dr. HOOUait 1om not always lmlliata Mr W II Vainer ot ..t in iNervmo: Miles' 133.494 81 J C. Rilkv, Cashier. W tiut her death With Cm r.t. Kilurtour Hawaiieoiuupalloa --forever. mdy c ruiiic. cur a in c v an,ilruKl.inluu.lujiiner Subscribed and swom to before me by J C Riley. Cashier, this July 6, Jno. T Moork, N P O.C 1F97 Norrlne and I thank Uod that It has bright ened my days, leogineueu uiy """ me from the horror ol nervous prosteatton. drug-glMiles' Beraedlea are sold by all Dr under apos'iiveguarauKJe first bottle) uoolc on Ueart benefits or money refunded and Narree sent freo to all applicants. UK. UUEo MKUlCAti CO, BUnart, lad. Iteatoratlv kfe&l jftL.t,L in 'j Into eufflfetnenta tor the future The depression following the recent e FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1897. experiment has taught us a costly lesson. In the railway service alone over a quuter ol a million of men were thfown out of employment because the mills, factories nnd all Industrial enterprises no longer furnished tonnage. II 0 country is IN A prosperous its railroads prosper. They ate the great distributors. The Sloop by money they received is nil hut a very And Is Rocked small portion, spent In the public Breezes. service. Interest on bonds and dlvis dends on stocks arc but the commisAmor-loa- n Tho Quoor Abodo of an sion charge by the disbursing agent. In Nicaragua Abovo In most cases this commission H far below the ruling rate. Protection Malaria and tho will put money in circulation that is Skootors. held now by capitalists too prudent to compete with the products ol foreign litre is n mnn who lives up a tree. pauper labor. Men now idle will His name is II. WIMcson, an Anieii-caonce more find employment in the who lives in a house, but the shops and factories and on the railhouse Is up In o tree, far above the roads. The employment ot these men ground. will bring business as well to the Mr. Waldeson's domicile is a three-stor- storekeeper, and the farmer will again aflalr,tbullt in au cbo tree, sixty find n more profitable demand for his feet from terra firtua. products. Ev. This queer house is built around You must not make flesh of one and the trunk. That Is, the trunk runs through it like the mast of a ship. bone of another make both for yourT. F. Drew, ol New York, has been self by the using Dr. Bell's Peppertouring In Central America, and he mint Chill Tonic do you good if you not only visited Wildeson's house tn never had a chill. If you are having the Rama river, but was a guest there chills now it will cure them cure several days. He tells the following them when everything else fails. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. story: "I recall a dinner there to which I was Invited and unexpected guests arrived, so that the table ordinarily Thrice-a-wee- jf uied was not large enough to accommodate us all, and a specially constructed table was set completely round the trunk. It answered the purpose very well, except that no guest could see the one opposite to THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE, him, but he had a very enjoyable dinner all the same. Lung Troubles nnd Consumption can "The house, while not precisely be cured. spacious, contains a kitchen, dining room, sleeping rooms and a bathroom New York Chemist and sapplkd with water from the rain An Eminent Scientist Makes a Free Offer caught in the treetops and stored to our Readers. there in a tank. The furniture is good, though simple, hammocks, alThe distinguished New York Chemter the lashion ol the country, taking ist, T. A, Slocum, demonstrating his the place of beds. To get up and discovery of a reliable and absolute (Pulmonary down between the ground and the cure for Consumption TuhercuIosis)and ull bronchial, throat, an eleTator it used, 10 conlung and cheat diseases, stubborn structed with blocks and tackle that coughs, catarrhal affections, general himself or decline and weakaess, loss of flesh, tbt person using it rains csstrols his dceentbyrasansof a rope. and conditions of wastimr. away, wilt Tke house is built of jointed boards, send THREE FREB BOTTLES (ill different) of his New Discovery to any firmly bound by wire cable, and furthafflicted reader of Tub Rkpuh'ucan secrewed by wire strands passing writing for them. er about the structure. His "New Scientific Treatment" Mr. Wildeson's idea In building has cured thousands permanently by this lofty and novel house was to get its timely use, and be considers it a suffering It seems to ans- simple professional duty to of his inabove the malaria humanity to donate a trial purpose and has other adwer this fallible cure. vantages. Mosquitoes and Dies will Science daily develops new wonseldom rise to such a height, and the ders, and this great chemist, patiently experimenting for years, has prohouse is practically free from those duced results as beneficial to humaniterms ol insects and reptile life that ty as can be claimed by any modern in this country infest houses built genius His assertion that lung troubupon the ground. It is cool in sum- les and consumption are curable in mer, and theview which it commands any climate is proven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude, "filed inhisAiner is superb. The owner, an old Louisican and European laboratories in iana planter, came toRama yearsago, thousands from those cured in all took up an estate and began the rais- parts ol the world. Medical axperts concede that broning of bananas. To this he has since chial, chest and lung troubles lead to added the planting and culture of the Consumption, which, uninterrupted, rubber tree, and from this industry means speedy and ceartain death. Simply write to T. A Slocum, Ms he bids lair to realize a fortune. He C, 9S Pine street, New York, giving has prospered from the first and postoffice and express address, and is well to do. One of his enterthe free medicine will be promptly which he sent. prises is an ice plant, from Sufferers should instant advansupplies buyers with ice all up and tage of his generous proposition. Please tell the Doctor that you saw down the river. "Below his house, suspended from his offer in the Rp.roni.iCAN. a limb is his chicken house. The chickens run about on the ground Isn't it a little cheeky for a lot ol through the day, picking up their foreign nations who have nothing to living; at the end of the day they do with our affairs to be offering come to the elevator to be hoisted to "protests" against ourtariff, especialthe roost in this dangling house. A ly as nearly all of them have protecthing that struck me curiously was tive tariffs of their own against which boa conwe have never offered a remonstrance the bight of a twelve-fostrictor gliding about on the ground of any sort? And isn't it rather cool at the foot of the tree, climbing over for them to hint at retaliation against the roofs of the labors' cabins, even any tariff which we may adopt, when entering them, and in general making nearly every one of them knows that himself peifectly at home on the to do this would disturb commercial plantation. relations with us in which the bal"'Nobody'd thing of harming him,' ance ot trade is enormously in their said the old man to me when I spoke favor? to him about the big snake. 'He's HIGH BUiLftlNOa perfectly harmless to any one, and he keeps the place clear of mice and Some of the Objections Being Urged moles that eat the roots of my banana Against Them. and chocolate trees. Hat chickens! Tho health department of New Never knew him to do such a thing. York has nt last got down to tho Still, while they're little, I don't put consideration of tho question of temptations in his way, but keep wnotnor niL'h bunuinKs snail be al coop of wire lowed in the city. The objections tin 111 iu a snuke-lifurgod against sky scrapers aro tlmt netting." they obstruct the sunlight, tho most olJlckmt Uislnfoctant and general Tho lllaruirr)' NnMl Ilia I.llr. sanltnry aguoy known. They preMr. G. Caillouette, Uruggbt, 111 , says: "To Dr. King's vent dayliL'ht front bains (HITussi. so that artificial Ili'ht has to bo uiod Nenr Discovery I owed my life. Wis in tin lower steries. If gaslight la with La Grippe and tried oil used tho air i vitiated by tho prodtaken the physicians for miles ubout, but of uct of oombustloa, 0110 foot of gas no avail and was given up and toKl I being nt least equivalent of ono could not live. Having Dr King's man in tins reaped. How far tho New Discovery in my store I sent for oleotrlo light impairs tho oyesigbt is n bottle and began its uie and from not yet known, but oven whero It is uud tligro is no proper alternation the first dose began to get bttter. nnd of daylight using three bottles was up and normal mid and darkness, a Iiioh is alter healthful for all living about ngalu. It is worth its weight beings. Thoso abnormally tull odi- in gold. We won't ketp store or floss obstruct the circulation of tho house without it " Gtt a frte liM xt air in the stroet and the lower stories. During great atmospheric Williams & Dell's Drug Store disturbances the forcoof tho air currents Is greatly increased, but unHope lletltliiic. 1'roiu all secti in ol the country der ordinary conditions tho air oouie reports ol increased activity in tends tostugnate, a at the bottom of wells or ravines. In somij storios all linen of buiines Factories and of high buildings a greut deal of foundries that have lain idle for many sloknoss is fouud to exist, anil an months will again he ttnrted up mid axplaiiutlon of this lias been proadditional lobor will be employed In vided in tho fuot thut at from 01) to those that have been running on re 70 feet nbovo the stroet tho air is duead time witli smaller force The inoro impure thau it is above or bechange ha come .ihnoU within a few low that point, on account of tho weeks. IIop w.u revived by the sinolto, gaso und vapors from chimneys, nnd drain pipes or ventilating election ol Major McKinley as I'retl pipes, dollvored from tho tops of dent, but the wotl known difficulty of buildings of ordinary height. Othor hasUniug through Congress u Tariff objections mentioned ure, tho diffbill has delayed teqllzitlon. Ah it be. iculty of supplying water to such comas more plain that liomelndustrits buildings, tho dlllloulty In extinnre really to )w prnteettd from the guishing flros, tho dungor of and the unknown but competition 1 f tl e foielgner new life strongly suspected danger of s. i living infused into American duo to Immense sumirinoum-ben- t Uncertainly hills trade. weight on foundations, and fi ur yearn of Pro-ltThe conviction tint corrosion of metals used In the conion are t be our has mule l.Ukls struction.-St Louis tea men once more willing to cute Hartford Republican. SKINFLINT WITH $2o,ooo,ooo Free-Trad- Joftaph nichardson, LIVES to York, Agan Said to bo Dying. The Journal ol millions, whn hrts of Now Aro features peculiar to ITood'a E ui.i " mi Ori'ltlALS. asy to Take asy to Operate fllclcnt, thorough. General Directory S1ATK It, btmiwj, rill. Oownnr illftinll. Attorney Miditnr-Knui- Small In As om man -- William O. IJmdley. Lieut. Governor- - W. J. Wurth- - dtscuvi 11 THEE TOP ml tlmt Jovph Richardson, theccctntrlc mm the The and N. Republican Y. .World for $1.65 per year. hse liven in five foot mkli " Yen nerrf know you h tis at the corner ol Lexington nv. haw tnVrn a pill till It Is nil nue and Itlghty second slrctt. Is H froprletora. W again diug. Ills tenacious hold up Tho only pillsLowell. Mass. to take with Hood's Sarsaparllla. o.i life is tnualed only by his ecccn- j tricity. From nttneks of illness tint vti.sTriti'iii:i.i would have placed men itongernndi The wheat crop has been harvested more vigorous In the grave he has ' (Mid It ft thought the Md will be recovered to laugh nt his ptiystclnns. lnntc He is cighly-lou- r years old, nnd is Mr, S. (1 Rhonds went tn Ovvmis suffering from henrt trouble. j biro last Sunday week tctiiiultg years Joseph Rich For sixty-fou- r Monday. nrdson tolled iudclatigabtc to nccutu- - j The rtind scraper is in this section. tilt t - wealth. Hccnttrcd the business The condition in which it leaves the of building houses when he came to rrndi demonstrates that its purchase New York from England n young was a wise instrument for the county. man, and with such success that he is Mr. J S. Ford has purchased an orrated at being worth $20,000,-00- 0. gan (or his daughter. Miss Martha. Through his long tile he has The peculiarity of this purchase Is practiced the most rigid economy. that Mr. Foul nnd daughter, some About filteen years ago he built the two or three weeks ngo, were vlsting nouse he lives in nnd will die in, the his brother, Mr. W. S. Ford, Daviess house known to nil the upper East county, nnd lie has purchased nn orSide ns the "Spite House." On nc gan for his daughter. So Mr. J. S. count of the publicity it Ins brought Ford informed his daughter that if him this house has been the ttlal or she would play some piece of music Mr. Richardson's life, fur he has nl Inr himlie would get her nn organ, ways disliked newspaper notoriety. whereupon she went to the ctgn m d What earned it the name ol the played f?ur or five pieces aitlsticnlly "Spite House" was the circumstances btlore rising, itnlwlthsiat ding she He that caused him to build it had never attempted to play In f ire insisted that the name was Illy Dr Hale, Ovcnsboro, will lecture applied; that the house was not a at Dells Run on Saturday nlternoon "Spite House," but the name sticks before the third Sunday also Sunday to this day. morning. The evening subject: The Sixteen years ago Heyman Sarner, Holy Land; the morning Mthjtct: n Third avenue clothier, desired to Something pnrtaluing to the origin build a block of apartment houses in and development of theThird flaptist East Eighty second street, west nnd Church, ol Owensboro adjoining a strip of lan-- five feet wide Bro. Kelly, of the Christian faith, and 104 feet deep, extending along will preach at Union Grove Saturday Lexington avenue, owned by Mrs. night before the second Sunday, alo Richardson. To have his apartment on Sunday morning at tl o'clock. houses. front on Lexington avenue Ivan Todd. would have been a great advantage Jlomlj in JoimiitttMii. to Mr. Sarner, who made overtures to It Is one ol the most ennbling and Mrs. Richardson for the purchase of educating of professions. In my the property. He offsred her ft, 000 opinion, every theologlc.il stulcnt in for the five loot strip. Mr. Richardland ought to woik on a newsson wanted $5,000. Mr. Sarner would the paper for at least a year in older to not pay it and went ahead and built study human natute and gain the Then Mr. his apartment houses. knowledge that it is impossible to reRichardson began the construction of ceive in the academy, at college and the remarkable building. When completed it was a structure four stories in the seminary. That's the trouble high, 104 feet long and five feet wide, with pnachers. They don't know the men to whom they are pretcUiug-cunningly devised as a dwelling place and a marvel to look upon. From the andnith whom they are dealing; they Lexington avenue side it is a comfor- haven't a knowledge of human n ture; the best way to acquire all of table appearing Iioiise.full of windows human nature; "the best way to acquire and studded with deep bays. From all of whuli is through work on the Eighty-sencon- d street side it gives press, ho. you see, I am n believer one the impression ol a bicycle case in the newspaper and ol the e.ret set on end The lurniturc in the practical work which it pcrtnrms. j house was manufactured expressly to You people reach thousands where we fit the rooms, and the beds nre marvels ol the science of deigus to fit a reech hundreds, and the results ate Interview in specified constructed space. Spirit correspondingly large staic.ises are therule in the house and St. Louis Republic. Hood's EBZIIj rlllK H. Sintio. Geo. Jong. Uoiniuiwioiier of Agriouliure, Hnr liuulturo nnd Statistics - Lncss Monro. Uupsrlnlemlent I'nbllo Iiistniotinu-Ge- o nel llonernlW. 8. Taylor. Olmrlos Fin ley. SEE' hWj.j Trrnmrer THAT THE FAC-SIMILE M. Iternnlil. !ta)ller Land Dsvl'on. Ollioo Clms. 0. .rrrt: Preparation table In fin run ce Uiirenu CoinmiMlimor-I- ). V. Comiiigoro. Adjutant Gonornl I). K Collier. Hlato Librarian Mrs. Mary llrown Day. IIAll.noAl) Too COM for As AVcCc slmllallng ilicroodnndltcfiula ling Ihc Stomachs niulDowels or SIGNATURE OF Promolcs'Diftcslion.Cliccrfiil-nc9snmlRcst.Contaln- s j MISSION Hltfl. Wood, chairman; J. F. Dempsey, H. 8. Irwin. Secretary Suinut) F, Urown. C Not NAitc otic. JiAU,SJa- llitmfitd IiMirpwi Mmn neither Onitirn.Morphine nor Mineral, U57 IS ON THE OONlHFBIO.SAt jaxvareMirsiMWnviiBi WRAPPER OF EVERY to-d- Ronators Hon. William 0. LimN say, Hnn. J. (J. S. Ulackbiirn. Jtt'prMcnlnllvo Fourth District Hon. John W. Lewis. STATU l.KOIBLATiritU. BOTTLE OF Senator 0. M. Hon. A, D. James, ncprctotitiitivo Ohio County Hon. Harnett. OHIO COUNTY. OtttCUIT COUKT. Apcrfcct Hcmcdy forConsllpa-lion- . Sour Stomach.Dinrrhoca, Vbrm3.Convulsions Feverish tiess mulLoss or Sleep. ASTORIA It njtk meA U Hon. V. T. Owen, ludgo Owensboro. s Hou. J. l<vtn Howe, Attorney Owensboro. T. II. Illaek, Jailer -- Hartford. Hnrtfonl. . 11. Likons, Clerk IS. I). Itingo, Master Commissioner YdcSimilo Signature of (&&&& NEW YORK. Cutorla ll iBitklaf kwTOswbwtoI IS m jut 11 fit tp laTlMt'i tinl. ! est-tli- a ftlUw 1 ca l rrt." gow'Biui & f ksvma Ia ..11 or jromli It lottUi talr. It SlltJtXACT COPT 0F WRAPPER. - A tlt joa tt win RBiwor tlt iTr pir. t Hnrtfonl. G. 11 Likeni", Trustee Jury Fund Hartfnnl. Denutiw Samiiol Keown Hnrtfonl Joe Koborts, Fordsvlllc; Thos. II. Bishop, Centertown; S. T. Stevens, Croinwoll. Court convene first Monday in March nnd August and continues three weeks, ami third Monday in May and November two weeks. COUNTY Cal. P. Keown, Shenir-Hnrtf- ord. '. Wiii iitii, x FOR COOIIT. John P. Morton. Judge Hartford. I). M. Hockcr, Clerk Hnrtfonl. E, P. Neal, Attorney-Hiirtfo- nl. Court convene each month. first Monday flDAirrKKLY COUKT. in EVERY mombar of EVERY family on KVBttY farm, In KVKKY village, in Resins on the tiiinl Monday in January, April, Jnlr ami October. counrroF claimb. Convenes first Monday in January, anil Tuesday after the seoiml Monday in Octolier. oTimn county omcBiw. G. S. Filihugh, Surveyor Sulphur Springs. N. 0. Daniel, Aswstnr Cromwell. HartZ. H. SbulU, School Supt. ford. L. V. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Springs. C. R. Ctimpbell, Poorhouse Keeper, Hartford. A. S. KVEUY tiuto ami Torrilory. ' VOl Iuliicntl FORNobWMniilioo.1, FOR True Womnnhooil. , ; tember Jont 1, December 1. R. Wilson March 0, Aull MarehS, June 1, SepJuno 6, justices' cotnrrs. IT gives all impirtnol news of the Nation. IT give a imporlnut uowgof llio Worlil. IT givei tho moct reliable mnrkot rsiwrtt. IT gives lirilliant anil instructive editorial. IT give faicinatinf: short storie IT gives nil unexcelled agrioultiiral ihrmrtmeut. It jjlres tcteutifit anJnecbanieal infonuation. IT gives illustrated lashion article. IT gives liunmrous illustrations. IT gives oiiterluiinnunt to young anil eld. 1 mtisfaciiou everywhere to everybody. Wo furnisli TilE UEl'UHMCiYN null NEW TRI1JUNE, Imtli imners IT gives YORK WEEKLY a person ot girth has difficulty in ascending them. It is impossible for two persons to pass in the halls, one being compelled to dodge into a room until the other goes by. The table f n the dining room is a foot nnd six inches wide and the rest of the furni' ture is in proportion. To go from one end of the house 1 the other on any of' the floors it is necessary to pass through all the rooms and to dodge the staircase. Despite the manifest disadvantages ol his domicile, the eccentric millionaire has declared vehemently thnt it is the most comfortable house in New York and his wife has agreed with him. 1 September 4, December 1. 0. L. WoonwAiU) March 12, Juno 11, September 10, December 10 Jas. A. Rowi.io March 20. June s Money talks. The nre 10. September 18, December 18. B. F. GiiAvra March 25, June the men who have put up the cash to keep the sliver campaign running, 20, September 23, December, 24. mine-owner- ONE YEAR CL..2S Ljcl - - d- " Address the t all orders to 3., - 3- 2nLCe and they look upon it as their right to determine who shall lejd the fight for which they are paying. They are perfectly cold, blooded about it, and since they see that Teller or Towne would be more useful to them thnn Bryan, tiny have no hesitation in ordering the Ncbraskn orator off the track and sulwtltutlng Teller or Towne as theii leader for the next national campaign A Disfa-- e Local CATARRH A Climatic Affection cal 3E3Ca,X-tlOi-c3SL3?-- . Write your name nnd mlilrrsfl on a postnl card, send it to Geo. W. It t Room a, Tribune Building. New York City, and sample cony olTHB NEW YORK WUBKIA'TRinUNH wilt be mailed lo you. IIAKTFORD REPUBLICAN, a lo remedy o change of climnt' will cute it G' a well krowt Nothing but HE'S C0M1ERC1 S. E, Cor. GOLLEEE Louisville, (y. pharmaceutic a .1 remedy. t ly V. Crrnm lltilm ot ht Beav-eriTill- e, motives of economy, which strongly predominate in Mr. Richardson's character, there has been water and no gas in the house above the first floor, though he has millions in vested in gas and water securities. Half the house is lctout n widow with one daughter. Mr. Richardson picked out his own coffin years ago picked it out In n forest in Connecticut while it formed part of a great tree. He hired a man to cut down the tree, saw it up and fashion for him a coffin, in which he has expressed a desire to lie buried, parked in stwdust. He does not believe in cremation or embalming, be cause they cost too much tuonty. In financial circles the old nun is well known For years he carried his lunch to his office in Broad street in a paper bog It rs on record, confirm-e- i by hiuitelt. that he pursuaded a phjsician to cui down n bill for at tendinre once upon a time from $50 to $25 by disguising himself 111 the taimtntol a hod cairier and pleading poverty Alter it whs nil over lie told it as a good joke on the doctor. From I1I10 llniior. An i'iii-i- i The con t btween the isolated cowllth n f the While fie uu during the Citve and mlnum. trutiou nnd its is becoming so popularity marked as to attract almost dally ominent Senator Tillnianjpf South Cuolinn, who never erttrd it during Cleveland's occupui cv of it. cal'id upoiUlic 1'ickidtut the other day mid well known Demoas he departed cratic Senator of til old t)w drove 'Hello, what are up and entered jou doing hare?" asked nl liin Kepuh licau colleagues. "Wrll " said the Democrat if Democrats, luvnt been here in lour jeitrs.nml I thought to the it was time I paid my President." Such Incidents nre constantly occurring, and the tact with President McKlnicj ilirplajs In mans aging the throng of dally visitors, resiling h res and events ns If they were mattris ol hut jottcrday, has the l ling among those concerned in national .fftirs that the change on March 4 In.st was not alto- i gotl e a nntler olttica. It is a f.r different White House. Those who S there do not have to be diagged with a hawier, and when they leave they leel that they have been compensated for their visit bv the courteous treatment lluy revived. Ex 'N HEAD sorbed. Gives Keliel at once. Opens P. T. Barnuin once Mild: "If you nnd cleanses the Nasal Pissages. Allays Inflammation. Heales and have ten dollars to put to good use, put up one for the artlcleand the oth- Protects the Membrane, Restores the of er nine for advertising. I can out Senses No Taste and Smell. 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