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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jimjpwu'jwwiw i"'"'wwwjiii,jwhj!iw '""ituf'wiijwpfi'i1' v$ BWFW "yrrrr tm i p'wTHrt" "-w- wy tN - -- 0- IANY THINK P k- - when the Creator saul to woman, "In sorrow slinlt thou bring forth children," that .1 curso was pro-- . nounccd against the human men, but the joy felt by every Mother when she first presses to liar heart her babe, "proves the contrary. Danger and suffering lurk in the pathway of the Expectant Mother, and should be avoided, VOL. that she may reach the hour when the hope of her heart is to be real irod, in full vigor and strength. DARKNESS AND DAYLIGHT, j TiAETEO RD a OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY EEPUJMM CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. A - A aawaV. 'Nothing else like I ' - - a it;1 pieasant ooap lor tne tlwrtuKlMM avl hi tY1(af IIV HIWBl IW&Weialllg tUlU SKin IHJHE NORTH j. Dnllaubg; 1 IX. HARTFORD, KY., FftlDAY, JULY 16, old and young, with overy iuoreasiog pleasure and lasting profit. The work is published by tho old A. D. nnd Co., Hartford, Conn , whoso Imprint is sufficient cuarauteo of tho oxcleuco of this first class volume. Royal Octavo, 740 pages. 262 fiuo plates, portraits, and text illustrations. Worth-ingtotii- 1897.-$100 NO. 51. GIVEN AWAY s fGlJTANEOUSl KENTUCKY 1 f k MOTHER'S iSAIfflTvWHl FRIEND so relaxes the system and as- - Or Lights , Now York. and Shadows of rini?i?i7T? uwrriiiii New- - in all seriousness that he believed ita cure for rheumatism nnd Wright's dl seases. Sloo lUwnril 8100. The readers ol this paper will be pleased to Icmis tlttt there Is at least one dreaded dlncnsc that science has been able to cure in nil ita stage, nrd tli'at is Catarrh Hall's Catarrh Cuie is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires J8pa& fifwAxmimc roa thi Toair NuRuayADATH To tho Most Popular Toach-orof Ohio County. LftaicE'K It lasts twice aa long as others.! Ainai win convince you or Ita great merit. Will please the meet faaUdleua. Yj3- - atsts Nature, that essary change the nec- muMMm trying hour without Nausea, Headache, Nervous or (Gloomy Fore-- '' boding of dan takes place and suffering, as so many happy mothers have experienced. Nothing but "Mothers Friend" docs this, Don't be deceived or persuaded to use anything else. ths greataitromedriiTtr an wir luarKei, ll on iR W. 11. mci & Co , cuiiomrra prama it ghljr." KI.io Wbltswrlf at, Tex. Of tlrnrtfit' t ll.oo, or nitrDitll onrtoelpt or prloe (or book containing alua-Writs bla Information for all Motheri, nullail Iim. Hit DrtlOili UtiiUlor Co., Atlanta, fit. "Mother't Friend" l Is robbed of its pain cer, and the Wanted-- An Idea Who can think of aoiua alnipla tli tag to talent! Oaarintoed toteuio baMt cure mnftes weak am s strong, uiocxi pure, wo ti au ii -- ufr.au. for Fifty Cent. EFiGHANT- -, $gprvimmT HWV4 A, D. obulrved ftel All I'at- Cart ul ind Tide-Mr- U ;oititMtRenocmdiKaior Mooirayk rct. ostn Orrict it opposite u, . Prnwrott icr d wcABMcur putvotia leu Usiq thaa wok nwiiinm nniiiM u,ia ttliAtA Mtti afaaaVrlf -autl itrir.apatcnuM or jm, fr of' V t&a, adritf. If (Mill OirfcsnotdiMiill tMtent btcurrd. ,i' 1!" f Outikin I'lientm," whV A PAMPHLET, cett l whId thf U. S, ant lortigu couoiiiet' teat frte. A4dm C.A.SNOW&GO. OPT. PATENT OPPICC. WfttHINOTON. VWVW'WWW'WV.V 5H- C. $ AUSTIN fj31 HOTEL Be F. O. AUSTIN, M'c'r., West Markot Stroet twoon 5th and 6th, Louisville, R. L. BAKER Clurks AMD t T. O. P.AKER. Louisville Dental Co., Inllila new anil Buporbly illuatratwl work a nib1cChrit!an woman toll stbo thrilling storr ol her pcrnonal cxpor-ion- co in Qospol, tempcranco, mission, in a great city. No and reeoue-worrecent publication is now cotnmand- tlliM- tin lmllt . iiiL' to much attention nor has nuy J Kpnui Wr other called torth such ringing words tr I lfl ars i uou-opeuu 01 llfi iruiu iuiukivid neiil HOW TO FIND OUT. eminent women. It has been preachfrom famous pulpits, read ed about or common water glass Pill by tens of tboutands of subscriber, with a bottle let It stand twenty-fou- r mine and ol many a cler- hours; a sendlment of settling indiand made tho subject gyman's Sunday venii-- lecture. lis cates a diseased condition ol the kidnulhorsliip is fourlold, its four .lutbors neys. When mine stains linen it is positive evidence of kidney trouble being no less than; Mrs. Helen Camp- Too frequent desire to urinate or pain is also convincing proof bell, Ucv. Lyman Abbott, D. D0 Col. in Thomas W. Knox, and iDipcctor that the kidneys and bladder ore out of order. Thomas Byrne, Cliict ol tho Now WHAT TO DO. York Detective Bureau. There Is comfort In the knowledge tho principal so often expressed, that Dr, Kilmer's Mrs. Campbell, Swamp Root, the rent kidney remedy writer, certainly was a woman com- fulfills every wish in relieving pain missioned of Owl, and "In Ills Name" in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder spent many years as a city missionary and every part of the urinary passages. It corrects inability to hold Iterally "In Darkest New York.'' urine and scalding pnin in passing it, Whata wonderful work shodid. How or bad effects following use of liquor, devoted and bletsed her labors were. wine or bear, and overcomes that uncompelled necessity It is a stoy never to bo forgotten. pleasant up many of being times during the to get theeo night to urinate. The mild nnd the This uniquo volume presents thrilling experiences of Christian en- extraordinary eflcct of Swamp Root is It stands the highest deavor with tho hundreds of pathecio soon realized for Its wonderful cures of the most and amusing scenes that were packed distressing cases. If you need a into thorn: it portrays life in a great medicine you should have the beat city by day and by night "As Seen by Sold by dtugpists price fifty cents nnd one dollar I'or a sample bottle and a Woman"; il shows tho power of tho pamphlet, both sent tree by mall, souls from tho low mention Tub Hartford RiironucAN Gosnel to redeem address est depths; it gives striking testimonies and sepd your full & Co., Uinghamtorr. N. of ths rodcerueil; and irora nil tneso io Dr. Kilmer Y, The proprietors of this paper rich and varied experiences it draws guarantee the genuineness of this ofliving truths for head and heart that fer. nro worth to any reader ten times tho Business indications from nil prints nriceof the book. Mrs. Campbells of the country continue extremely enis full of won- account of rescue-wor- k couraging. That is found both in der'ully touching incidents. Stranger the statements of daily papers of all stones aro hero told than romance ever political classes, and especially In the dreamed of, evory ono of them drawn reports of the financial reviews which from real hfo by a woman's hand. In make a special study of the field every chapter sho weaves in anecdote through the usual facilities which after anecdote, incident after incident, they have built up by long years of story af lor story, and tho reader's at- contact with business people, in all Diin's Review, tention is held breathless to the end of parts of the world. the volumn. "Strauco but most sug- - who.se statements on this subject are gostivo is tho fact," says Bishop Coxo accepted as an accurate financial picin warmly commending Ibis volumn, ture of conditions, in its issue ol June "ihnt Christ is to bo visited in those 19th announces that the failures for as against 276 dens and dives; tho aro those whom the week were but 19S for the corresponding week in the He will bear in mind wheu Ho says: preceding year, nnd adds: "The gain Ye visited me'; or, when ho says: in business has become clear to all. Ye did it not to Mo.' " There is evidence ol greatly enlarging Rev. Dr. Lyman Abbott's lifelong business in every importnnt departinterest in City Mission work, and his ment. More establishments have persona share in that work, been set at work and wore hands emfitted him to write for this ployed, while reports ftom various book. In his introduction to it bo cities show a very generous progieis k RewarqW Sweetened the Ifabor of the Revr.4J'acob T Tub ltai'UiiMOAV luu always been friendly to tho teachers ol Ohio county, and hits always rtccived substantial aid from them and we have now determined to givo $100.00 in pres- nts to the teachers in a voting colli test. Wo have four prizes, valued at 30, 825, 825 and 820, which we aro going to give away. We aro going to allow the teachers and people to say who shall have these presents Two of tho prizes will bo given to the two moat popular lady teachers aud two will bo given to tho two most popular gentlemen teachers. We will punish every week two coupons In The Rei'UIiuuan and all votes must b"e used as printed. It makes no differ ence how you get hold of the paper, just so you uao the printed form as no other will he counted. The prizes will be distributed ns follows: 1. To tho young lady teacher who receives tho largest number ot votes we will give one of Geo, F. Cram's New Universal Globes, valued at 830. It is the finest Globo that is made. 2. To the young gentleman teacher who receives the largest number of votes we will give one of Cram's New Universal Atlas, valued at $26. 3. To the young gentleman teacher who receives tho second largest number of votes, wo will give n scholarship in King's Commercial Collego of Louaviile, valued at $25. 4. To the young lady teacher who receives tho necond largest number of votes, we will give a scholarship in Kcnyon College at Hodgensville, valued at 820, making in all a total of $100 to give to the teachers. We havo made arrangemeuts with Bupt. tihultz to take charge ot voting contest, to open the' ballot box, count the votes, Sc., The contest will close on tho last day of tho Ohio County Teachers' Institute, which will be held some time in August, The votiog will bo perfectly fair, and Mr. Shultz, together with his Board of Examiners, will count the votes and the prizes will be awarded that Go to work and vote for your day. choice. Bend all votes to Z. II. Shultz, Hartiord, Ky., nnd ho will put them in tho ballot box. We can furnish ex Ira copies of The Hetub-ijca- n to anyone who wants to voto.at 5o per copy. If you want many copies, leave your order a week before CHARLES F. MILLER, t mir. ot OAOTOIIIA. ' 1 Kuniu miLLUU TOILET SOAPS AND PDRFUMCRY, Stand. HlsCro'pi IT hi s Year Large 7&& eu and a iuec Ided wcess. JnaWa! Sue- - A PRjIgbHER FARMER. a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, ac. ting directly upon the blood and raucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation ol the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars tor any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of Address. testimonials. P J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists. 75c. Hall's Palmily Pills are the best. ,)on1 Tobacco Splf and fciuulo Tear Life Anar. To quit tobacco easily and forever, be mug netle. full of life, nerro and vigor, take wonder worker, tnatrnakoa weak men ttrocg. All druggists, too or tl. Cure guaranteed. Booklet and sample free. Address 8tctllng Remedy Co. , Chicago or New York. A iiitii ASmltli, prom p PROFESSIONAL CARD. lESXAnuiHiiicn, Lancaster, Penn. tn9. CTaraes AW the-bacl- LancasterKKy., A letter written in Texas a feydweeks since, addressed to "The itenfScky Coffee Raiser," reached the Rev,. Jacob Newland, an "Old School" Baptist preacher, living at Hammack, in this (Gatrard) county, its proper destination, thanks to the efficiency of Uncle Sam's employes In the postal service. Mr. Newland is certainly a successful cultivator of coffee on Bluegrass soil, and the above incident will serve to show how well known he has become in raising this variety of the cinchona family. Experiments have proved the fact that coffee can be grown tvith more or less success in all tropical countries, but the venture was never made in the heart of the United States until Mr. Newland determined to try square M, L. 1IAHTF01(I, KY. Will prnctice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special nttention given O collections. Office east side of pur.'fi IIeavhin. HEAVRIN & Shelby Taylor. TAYLOR, Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Attorney at Law BbavebDam, Ky. Perry Westerfleld, it. Mr. Newland first attempted last year, getting a start, Indirectly, from the interior of Africa, just like Persia did in 875, over ten centuries ago. He planted i6ograins, from which was grown five pecks. He used the product in his family during last winter, and a large num. of people sampled the beverage only to express surprise when told that it was from a yield in this locality. Christmas day he celebrated his coffee-raising sixty-se- post-offi- ce , say: and a continuing large distribution "My interest in these phases of city through retail trade " lifo dates from my college days. From that day to this over a third of a century I have continued the studies then begun, and the subject of this book has been ono of tho gicat subjects of my study sometimes in literature, often in lilo." No appeal from temperance advocates can do nioro to promote the causo of temperance than tho thrilling scenes and Incidents so well described; at least so says Mrs. Mary A. Liver-- , more and Miss Frances . Willard. Ono of tho rnont absorbingly interesting portions of tho book is that written by Inspector Byrnes given tho ripe exporiencoof thirty years of de teotlvo Hie.' Many of tho startling revelations ho makes aro taken from hU- - private diary. They havo never bojore been published. This fascinating volume is indeed a wonderful talo of Christian love and faith, all nlivo with intense and striking reality. The best of it is that It in a puro and elevating book from beginning to end a volume for tho family circle. On this point tho words of Rev. Dr. Twichell (who has a family of ten children) and Rov.'Ur. Magoun, President Iowa Collego, nre worth quotiug here: Dr. Twiuhell writes, "My wifo says that sho is goiug to set oui" young peoplo on tho book right ciir, for the good il will do ihonr"; and President Magoun says, "My family finds, wherootherbooksou ijurshelves lack interest, this ono always Imldi and rewards altenliou." Itconjmus 252 superb engravings, over) ono of them nmiU from photographs taken from life, mostly by Every faro U a pnrtrnit, flash light. every scuno a stem reality. In looking at tli (wo eplaudiil illuatratiuns tho reader toes nt it glance jtui how Um-pw f rk is carried on by day and by uight by retuue band; he is shown strange sights In nut ol the wny plaees thut are rarely or never teen by tho casual vUltoi; he u taktn intochrnp lodging-hnuscand collar; into tho homes of tho poor; into uewsboya' ' into the police and ; detective departments, elo., nothing seems to be omitted. We do not know when 710 pages have given ua more genuine pleasure. It we speak yarruly of the book, it is becaueo it richly deserves It. It is so'd only by agents, apd is meeting with au enormous sale. Agents who introduce suoli n work ouht to be cordially welcomed. A better work has rertaiuly never como to our table. It will bo read over and over again by el B lodging-diouser- Ik For Infants and Children, ' 4W.IH.!t. ' tirf vrijjii. Pep- bet OWENSBORO, KY. $ 5 to $7 Gold Crowns Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 West set ol teeth (no better inade no matter how much you pay) . $8 $1 up Gold fillings The new chill cure, Dr. Bell's Sliver filllug lixtracllng, pet tooth Talnlesa extracting with Vitalized Air 75c 25c 50c permint Chill Tonic tastes better, nets better, is better than any other. It laxative, dicombines gestive and stimulating properties, making It an Ideal upbuilding tonic as well as an effectual and permanent cure for chills nnd fever. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. birthday anniversary by giving a big dinner, in which "Kentucky coffee" figured conspicuously. The local newspaper force was invited to attend, and this led to a brief men tion in the metropolitan dailies of the discovery. letters of inquiry by the hundreds began to pour in upon the preacher-fanne- r until his children were lorced to assist him in the stupendous correspondence. The little at Hammack store, the extent of the haintet't size, suddenly grew to be an important point, and in this way the mall clerks interpreted the Texan's superscripts on the epistle referred to in the opening of this article. At the beginning there wss much speculation as to the truth of the short Item used by the papers, and many doubting Thomases still exist. But they need dout no longer. M r. Newland, flushed by the success attained last season, this year cultivated four acres Instead of the little patch of 160 hills, as formerly. The writer went first in May to see the earliest states of the plant, and again some days ago to view it in the ripening process. There is no denying the fact that It is a wonderful growth lor Kentucky. venth post-offic- e Bxtrocting free when Artificial Teeth are ordered. Office permanent ly located Wanted-AiTl- dea proUce your tJfMi thy mr trior yoa uUi.. Write JOHN WJCUDEKllURN & CO.. Patent Attor-nwblD(rtoa p. 0 for thlr l,ao priia offr rdI llt( of two Lvtfidr. UTeatlons waaUd. Ha GRDVE K. I 13 TA 3 I ELLtlklul TTJNI IS I 1 ImlasB Pari Medicine Kit lut jtoir, 00 boulea ol Oltol'Va TaSTULKsa C1IIIJ. 10NIO inj bare rear. In all buuabt three erva alreadf Ibladrug- - puilneea.oar ex the bare bertaiir ol 14 rear, la gare auob urilele ibat inTr aula en ur Tvulo. louratrulr.unlteraal aatla. f Mileu aa WARRANTED. PRICE GO cts. Oil atu, It u.. Not. 18M. To., m.Loul.,Mo. 18, JU8TA8C00D FOB ADULTS. Citizens ol the United States who want to brush up their knowledge of political history in their own country would find an interesting method in compaiiug the progress made by the Republican patty In 1897 in carrying out the pledges ol its platform with the records of preceding administrations. The pledges of the platform, it will be remembered, was nn honest , efloit in favor of international n reform of the tariff, a reform of the currency system, the protectiou of American citizens in Cuba, nnd the restoration, if possible, of peacetime, and the control of the Hawaiian Isl Uvery ands by the United Stales. one ol tlitfe pledges has been either cairltd out or is so lar under way as to render succisi highly probible. A commission has been sent abroad to negotiate for international bimetal-isiu- s; the doors of Cuba prisons havt: Ixen iiieied to American citizens who wmc conlinto men in; trie general Cuban policy is being outlined in a wny to insuie improvement in conditions in that unhappy land; a Hawaiian nnuexatiuu treaty has been signed; recommendation for a currency goiumistlon to prepare plans for a general levUlon of the currency system will be sent to Congress as soon as the tariff bill passes. Cnn anybody find In the political history of the f Tnl u1 Clnfrn Wit A ffintrt Wftflf t TI iWi t. rjlng ait party pledge. blmet-nllsm- Mr. Newland is an man, devout in his religion and he entertains with a lavishness that characterizes the Bluegrass citizens. His home is almost inaccessible on a hill in the Plat Wood3 section of Garrard, that no ordinary horse with buggy and occupants can climb. Robert Kinnaird has caught the fever, aud will try the crop in his garden next year. Mr. Newland was glad to furnish the Courier Journal any information the public might desire. Early In May he drops his coDee in hills of one grain each three feet apart, and in a short time It appears above the ground like corn, growing in a stalk to the height of four or five feet and from one to two inches in diameter. These stalks average about 800 pof's that are not unlike that of the garden pea, containing as many as four grains, only the surface of the pods is not smooth, but covered with a peachy down. History records the that the coffee beans, in Its original btate, is almost a hard as the stone of a cherry and this is exactly the appearance of the contents of the IMa Prom the first peep above earth to thehot days of August, when it ripens, the plant has n pretty blue bloom, very small, resembling that of of the thistle. The loaves on the bunch bean, though the pubescence of the pod prevails In their construes lion also Mr. Newland Is now harvesting his coffe. The stalks are cut low into the ground, and after thorough dry-lu- g are threshed of the pods in the old-tiway used tq get wheat from ltd sheaf. Some vleld aa nianv r a Mr. Newland clalips 1, Joo grains. u" 5.ooo stalks to theacre can be 'cultivated, and is oj the opinion that is the most profitable crop in the ,i,ntrv todav. lenulrlnir as it does only to be hoed twice and plowed once. Alter the pods are hulled the grains aro parched for use, just like othtr coflee, and the old preacher said , , Clever I'aliliy, The ways of the cabby are past comprehension, and the driver ot the hansom in London is no different from his brother of the jlnrikisha of Japan. One of the latest and most amusing tales concerning the noble band ot drivers comes from a little fishing village in the north of Scotland. The chapel of this queer andsparcely populated town depended entitcly for its supply on the occasional help of the clergy in neighboring towns It so happened that upon a certain very rainy Sunday a new clergyman from volunteered to the town of S conduct services in the little chapel, and in order to get there he engaged a vehicle which the English know as a "fly" in which through the pouring rain he was driven across the countty Upon his arrival he to the chapel. found no one at hand, not eveu a sex ton to toll the bell to summons the natives, so hr took it upon bimsell to pull the rope.leaving the cabby meanwhile outside in the wet. For a long time nobody artived, but finally one solitary Individual did appear, and sat down in a pew nearest the door. The clergyman the donned his surplice and began the service. When this was ended he observed that inas much there was but one member of the congregation he though it would be well to dispense with the sermon. hand. "Oh no, sir. Please go the Rcmprnbor we will givo 20 votes sermon." with every new subscriber to The When'hallway through he express' Republican. Get your friends to ed the tear that perhaps he was tiring his listeners, and was much gratfied subscribe and give you the coupons, to learn from his own lips that such and by this means your candidate will win. was not the case. "I shculd be glad to listen to you s for hours, sir," he said, so the ser O mon ran on to an hour in length, and id finally the service was concluded. The preacher then expressed a deo sire to shake hands with so flattering 1 an auditor. And then the trick came out a trick which the clergyman's him prevented 3 O from seeing at once. His listener was none other than the driver of the fly, who was all the g o time charging him at so much an E hour lor the use of his vehiclel S D The minister did not even have the consolation of getting evan by orders o s- lag a collection Harper's Round o a Table. Attorney at Law, Will practice his nrofession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. umco, in uorarnercinl Hotel. It. R. WEDDING Haiitford, Ky. z: Will practico his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to n business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Rank. Also Notary Fublic. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice Inn nrnfWulmi in tlm Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn Special attention fivnn In ml ties. lections. Office in Courthouse. Attorney at Xaw, HARTFORD, KY. 23. H?. JxrirrrA (Comity AUomey) t ., Attorney aiKY7 Law HARTFORD, given SPECIAL attention abstracts, to making col also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Office North sido of public square. JNO. B. WILSON, &c, Attorney at Jaw Haiitfohd, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections caroiully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., fifarket Street. R. E. LEE SIMMEHMAN, n Attorney at Law, HHRTJtORD, KY., J.R. VTfiTC-pmN- . t- Will practice and adjoining tention given to his care. building. his profession in Ohio counties. Special attp all business entrusted Office in Republican i Attorney at aw HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice iu all the Courts of Ohio and adjoiniug counties. Special ntion-given to collections. . Office with County Attorney. atte- ARMISTEAD JONES, 5 Daily Louisville Post and The Republican for $2.75 per year. i. ,1. 1, S i I HiriULTCi yTWMH run: taui.i: lA 1 - AUauuTSaTOfdca 1. v. RM.WOOIXKY, M.D. 101 N. Prior and Whitley ITatlU cured at borne with out pala. nook of nai tlnnliTaiiAnt. PIIKK. t c a E I ' KY. it. ic. jiiiA-vu- GOING BAST. 2 0 o o c c W Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 a. m. No. 222 a 1 02 p. m. Mall No. 201 a 7 25 p. m. Past Mall OOINO WKST. Scrolnla blood disease which Is a all the mineral mixtures in the world cannot cure. S.S.S. (guaranteed purely vegetable ) is a real blood remedy for blood diseases and has no equal. Mrs. Y.T. Buck, ofDelaney, Ark., had Scrofula for twenty-fiv- e years and most of the time was under the care of the doctors who could not relieve her. A specialist said he could cure her, but he filled her with arsenic and potash, which almost ruined her constitution. She nearly took then blood every medicine and drank them by the wholesale, nut tuey niu not roacu her trouble. Some ono advised her to try S.S.S. and she very soon found thatahe had a real blood remedy at last. She says: "After taking one dozen botlloa of S.S.S. I am perfectly well, my skin is clear and healthy and I would not be iu my former condition for two thousaud dollars. Instead of drying upthepolsou in my system, like the potash aud arsenic, S.S.S. drove the disease put through the skin, and I was permanently rid of it." deep-seate- d 3 O ft, o C No. 201 07 17 a. 111. No. 221 a 12 ?.s p m. Mail Local Preight No. 291 a 3 25 p. m. H Merrick Agt. Past Mall z E a S'O o The and Republican the Courier-Journ- al 5 v. o S for one year for $1.50. Henderson route Louisville. Henderson and St Iuis Railway Company Time Caid affective May 30, 1897. BAST POUND No 42 46 44 756am 8:55pm Lv. St Louis llvnnsville 6:50am 2:21pm 2:45am Henderson 7:15am 2:46pm 3 10am SpoltavillB 7:38am 3:07pm 2.28am Owemboro S:i8am j'44am 4.00am Haweeville 9:17am 4 4 pm 4 50am Cloverpoit 9:45am 5 03pm 5:10am Irvlngton 10:45am 6 03pm s:57m ArLouisvllle 12 35pm 7 4"pm 7 '30am WHST BOUND No. 41 45 43 Lv.Loulsville 7:30am 450pm 8.23pm Brandenburg 8:51am 6:09pm 9:30am Irvlngton 9:15am 6'43Piu 9:52am Stephenport 9:51am 7 20pm 10:21am Cloverport 10: nam 7:39pm 1026pm Hnwfsvllle 10:35am 8:04pm 10:58pm Owensboro 11 351m 905pm 11 481ml Spottsvllle 12:17pm 9'47Pm 12 23pm Henderson 12:40 10:10pm 12:45pm Cvansvllle 1:15pm 10:40pm 2 45pm Ar St. Louis 7:32pm 720pm All trains run through solid to Through Parlor Cars Kvansville. and Pullman Sltcpera on all ttains vatmllle ui d between St. Louis, Louisville. No. 41 and 4a connwts nt Irvlngton for Poidsvllle and liar dlusburg dail) evcpt Sunday o C "3 h 3 Palse teeth will do to eat with, but glass eyes won't do to sec with. Loss of sight Is a serious thing. Granu hted lids, styed nnd sore eyes often result In the lots of sight. Suther land's Uagle Bye Salve Is a guaranteed cute. It strengthens wak eyes. It is harmless. Druggist sell it. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Pro. A A. IPmPwZ.' tn. Austr.Cjiua I'or sale by Wllllami & Hell CO. cumniniTUio flvMVUQUVnmr cu?" V"l c"03f suuniwuuiv lWiitorWBaZmc.,."'',J' H li IMi ill r am maur .iWBTTI arl I a sanuitsn --srWC'Aal!aTi ii5SS2JiuwV aftie Pzpyrri. III WiliA ('"!' (in Htfia vff MUA Sulher and Eagle Eye Salve is n iTi. five, creamy, snow white ointment, put up In airtight screw cap tubes, nnd sold for 55c by all dealers. It is known throughout the laud as the beat and quickest harmless cure for any form of sore eyes or granulated lids, rty". cto Scores of people claim that it has saved their Por Bale by J5. Wayne Griffin & Bro. eye-Rig- ht. jit will send you Tho Republican and N. Y. Wookly TribA Real Blood Remedy. une ono year for S.S.S. never falls to cure Scrofula, Kczema, "Rheumatism Contagious Blood Poison, or auy disorder of the blood. $1.25 in advance. I)o not rely upon a simple tonic to cure blood disease, but take a real blood remedy, Subscribe for Tho noom Uui frwi upon Republican and got Swift Wo deep-seate- d appll-catiu- m. if". AllauU eee fcjJB X MW all the news. U-'-l-'- A X U 'A J.1' lL Morh genuine work and lew croak-io- g will do more to place the country on a solid foundation than anything elss. , - i Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JULY 16, J CONVENTIONS. Sound Money Democrats Sonatorlnl Convention In Brocklnrldgo. 897. Offloo on Fox Street. ' foad of the Democratic- party have Editor. all along tried to kill the Populist tlARDiNsnuRO, Kv July 13, 1857. Subscription, $1.26 per year party and now thoy havo forced their The National Democrats held a Why didn't county convention here Saturday to nt Hartford device oil the ticket. Untcred at the tboy give up tho rooster and vote select delegates for the State Convenaa second class mail mailer. - Iinrit liter) Frlitiiy nl llnrlforil, Hy. Tun political bosses around dart" SAM A. ANDERSON post-offi- ce with tho Populists?. KEPUL1CAN TICKET. 2", Election Nov. 1897. this county tho Populists are still claiming that they will havo a fusion device under which to place their candidates this year. This is tho work of tho bosses around MAGISTRATE Hartford Diat Christopher Alien. Hartford. They have kept the deCromwell Dist Jnnl B Wilson. vice part of the contract in tho dark, Tordsville Dist Jacob Cliancelor. thinking by doing so that they will hoodwink tho Populists. Why dou't Announcements. tho Herald put up their rooster? If For RriirracntnllTP. thoy bavn't got ono we will furnish authorized to announce We are them one for tho benefit of the voters, R. A. BYERS Now, brother, you have no excuse. As a candidate for Representative from Ohio county, subject to the ac- If it is not the purpose of tho free siltio of the Republican party. ver Democrats to fool the Populists We are authorized to announce yon will put your rooster up and let R. C. JARNAG1N tho Populists kn ow "where they are As a candidate for Representative at." from Ohio county, subject to the acjin tion ot the Republican party In tho campaign last year the freo 1'or MfiRlntrnte. silver Democrats attempted to kill We are authorized to announce the Populist party and they succeeded THOS. H. FAUGHT to a certain extent, especially in this As a candidate for Magistrate in the state. Thoy persuaded tho Populists Rosine Magisterial District, subject to the action of the Republican party. to tako down their Electors and en What is dorse the Bryan Electors. Y art authroized to announce Jo A. Parkar. the the resnlt now? J B. ottdidflle for 3paBistfctt In the Populist nominee for Cleric of the AS Rosin Magisterial Bistrict, subject Court of Appeal?, wi'l have to get to the action of the Republican party his name on the official ballot by petition, all the direct result ot the fust-ioThe voters of Ohio county are des with the freo silver Democrats. manding that the Berald put up their It will be the same way in this county rooster, so the people will kuow what after this fall's election; they will have Put it up or tell to in the is going to happen. future, go on the ballot by tha reason why. petition. These are grave questions Capital and labor siould go hand in the life of the Populists. Tbey y on the brink of their po When one prospers the stand in hand. litical death, brought nn by the free other prospers. When capital is timthe worst enemy id wages are low and work is hard to silver Democracy, they have ever had. obtain. County Judge, .las. A. Park. County Clerk, M. 8. Ragland. Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, County Attorney, M. L. Hcavrin. Sheriff, S. T. Stevens. School Superintendent, Fon Rogers. Jailer, Thos. H. Black. Assessor, G. D. Royal. Coroner, L. W. Hulit. Ssrvoyor, N. Moxley. Mite. Mahy Ellen Lease, tho noted woman politician ot Kansas, thinks tho irco silver iwuo is dead. In an interview at Carthage, Missou"The silver ri, last week she said: question is an issuo of tho past and will never again servo aa tho leading issue for the reform elements in polU II Mr. Bryan is to make tho tics. silver question tho tlominent issue iu tho next campaign hero is ono woman Socialism is tho who is against him. hopo of the country, and in the noxt campaign tho fight roust be in ado for of tho tho industrial emancipation people.'' tion which was held at Louisville Wednesday. R. L. Newsom called the convention to older, and Hon. W, K. Barnes was made permanent Chairman, with Mr. Mr. Frank Board Secretary. The following were the delegates chosen: Hon, W. K. Barnes, Hon. B. F. Beard, Mr. W. J. Dean, Jr , Clifton Howard, 1'. N. D. Hay, James Crawford and Geo. Dtury. The National Democrats are stronger in this county no v, than Inst year, The party was sneered nt in its beginning by the silver ites, and it was prophesied that it would shortly die. To the contrary however it is now stronger and more vigorous than ev- er. Mr. R. L. Newsom the county Chairman informed your correspond-eu- t that tbey would make an earnest campaign this fall and that able men would expound their faith throughout the county and the entire State as well. At the convention Saturday a letter was read from the Hon. James Worth-aof Leitcbfield. Mr. Wortham has expouscd the cause of the National Democracy because he believes jt is the true fdith. It is possible that Mr. Wortham will be made the nominee of the National Democrats for the office of lt Judge In this the ninth Judicial District. He is an able lawyer and a citizen without reproach. Cir-cu- In different parts of Senatorial Race. Some intertst is being manifested in the approaching Republican Convention to nominate a candidate for Senator In this Senatorial District, which is composed of the counties of Breckinridge, Meade and Hancock. Mr. W. S. Sterrett. of Hawesville, has been actively seeking the nomination and it has been given out that lie has no opoosition This, however, is not the case. It is more than probable that Breckinridge and Meade counties will cast their votes for R.M. Jolly, of this county, or Dr. Heavrin, of Hancock county, which will secure the nomination. Mr. Jolly is a life long and true Republican, and is a highly successful business man. He would make a splendid race and moreover would make an able Sena- LWY tor. COUNTY POLITIC?. The Sound Monoy Democrats will maintain their organization and will declare against any kind of fusion. By fusion they will kill their party, the same as the tree silver Democrats have killed tho Populist party. T1103E Populists in Ohio county for a fusion dewko are contending had as well accept the verdict of vice They will have to vote the bosses. uiidcr the rooster or else not vote at all or vote the Republican ticket. m Tun voting in our teachers' contest becoming spirited and by the time he Instituto is held everynouy in Ohio county will have an opportune Send your ty to vote for his choice. votes to Supt. Shiiltz. Wiienevek a party gives up its The Demdevice it kills the party. ocrats know this and will not give up tha rooster, but they want to kill the Populists and havo forced them to guc up the Plow and Hammer. Since the resignation of Senator A. D. James, Governor Bradley has called an election, to elect his successor, foi November 2, 1897. There are several prospective candidates in the District, all are good men and if uorainated will be certain of election. It is timo they were putting their claims before the people. The Hartford Herald delights to call the Sound Money Democrats bolters. This is the same paper who has all along called the Populists all the mean names it could think of. For instance in its issuo of October 25, 1893, it says: "Candidate F. W. Pirtle, who is making a mighty poor fight in the open, has turned to guerrilla warfare and is flooding the country with an annonymous circular, denouncing the Democratic patty and filled with a volume ot misstatements and falsehoods to which he bad not the hardihood to sign his name. The truth is, Bro. Pirlle knows mighty little of the temper and spirit of Ohio county's people if he thinks they are going to be scooped by tnis oaten 01 1113 Te- lornr circulars in sending anouier man to Frankrort on the 'reform' ticket to draw $2,700 for a few days' sitting around the Capitol. It won't go, Uncle iferd. ine people are onlo to you and your party, ana mey are going to sendn capable, earnest, manly man to represent them, who when elected will be not only willing but able to do something." WIInou In Miorl. Much interest has not as yet beea aroused in the county election. Some of the candidates have ventured out to a few picnics and escaped with their lives. They have not begun to swing around the circle to anv ereat extent however, and as a result the people are quiet as far as politics are concerned. It now appears that the whole county ticket will win in n walk. In fact the silverites have a hacked appearance already. Most of the postoffices in this county have been disposed of, the one at this place being-thonly one of any importance at which there has been no change. Robin Hood. lirsttut ntfct I1H1I OASTOniA. z& Ilea ifirf vnjfit. If you want to hear a Democrat kick, talk about giving up tho rooster. to give up They want the Populist The niies thsl'lswaud Hammer. tie I remain t be seen whether tb Pspnlists will let themselves bo hood winked by a low wire pulling Demo crats. The Sound Money Democrats in convention in Louisvillo this week nominated Judge J. R. Iliudraan for Clerk of tho Court of Appeal. With the free silver Democratic candidate aud tho Populist candidate and a Natioual Democrats candidate the, Republican nominee will win easily ! Jrmrr. this fall. Tho Louisville convention Notice l( I'lirlilf m Mini s Our Carding Machine Is in was made up of the best men in tho order and is doing good work. Stato. Bring on your wool and wait while we card it. The Breckinridge iYeiw an ultra Our wheat and corn mills are In froe silver paper and is now advooat good order. Prompt attention paid fusion with the ."Populists, to customers and satisfaction guaraning says: teed. For wheat that test 60 pounds "Our wayward brothers, the Gold we give 36 pounds of good flour and Democrats, in this county, are to be 10 pounds of bran; for wheat that They commended for one thtug, won't luse Aud we give them cred- test 59 pounds we give 35 pounds of it for belti,; honest and sincere in good flour ntid 10 pounds of bran; for Dut the trouble wheat that test 58 pounds we give 34 what they believe with them is they think they are pounds of goo! flour and 10 pounds right and those who differ with them of bran. aie altogether wrong." Highest cash price paid for wheat How about the Democrats and and corn. J. W Foiui & Co, Populists who fuse? Accordiag to tho The following named persons have Fusion iViw they" are not honost. paid their subscription to Tun kills auy party. rur last issues I since I P. Nimo, lied.i, J. S Allen, Hart, ford; Dr. A. F. Stanley, Hopkins-ille;J- as Oud. UmI UoukU bfrup. ' IS"0'' IMM. Hold br uriuuiuu. Hudson. Unit ford, Dr 0 B Slack, Uniontowu first-clas111 Frankfort, Ky., July 13. Another piece of Democratic rottenness has been unearthed by the watchfulness of the State officials. County Clerk Wes B. Wilson, of Kenton county, is the guilty party. State Inspector Lester some weeks ago was directed by Gov. Bradley to investigate the affairs of this office. He made his report to the Auditor today, and it is a hot roast for Wilson, It shows that he is $4,756 55 short in 1896, making a total shortage of more than $8,000. He has been collecting $1,000 per year each for five deputies, and has been paj ing them only $634 per year. Unlessa settlement-I- effected at onco, suit will be brought against Wilson's bondsmen to compel them to make good the shortage. The report makes nearly 3 000 words and is highly interesting. After stating that he had b'een directed by the Governor to make an investigation ot the books of W. B. Wilson, Clerk of the Kenton County Court, Inspector Lester says that he pro ceeded to Covington on June 16 last and began work. He continued at the task until the 9th inst. IUitibllcni NeiiRlnrliil Convention. To the Republicans of the Seventh Senatorial District of Kentucky. Fel low Republicans: At a meeting of the Republican Executive Committee of the Seventh Senatorial District of Kentucky, held at Beaver Dam, Ky., Tuly14.1897.it was ordered that a convention be held at Rockpoit, Ky., on Tuesday, August 3rd, 1897, to nominate a candidate for State Sena tor to fill out the unexpired term of Dr. A. D. James, resigned. It was also ordered that the basis of repre sentation in said convention be one delegate and one vote for each 200 votes and fraction over 100 votes cast for Samuel Cash, the first named elector on the McKinley election ticket, November 3, 1896. This basis allows Butler county 10, Muhlenberg 11 and Ohio county 13 It was ordered that each county siid district felect delegates to said convention in uch manner as may be deemed best by their respective county executive committees and that the Hartford RrsruiiLiCAN, Green River Republican aud Central City Ri publican be requested to publish this call. W. A. Giiison, Ch'm'n. T. J. Tikslev, Sec'y. fuith-ermo- re com-prisin- R Uhriit mm Nllver Among the most catching statements of the free silver orators was one to the effect that sllverwould buy as much, even though It had nominally depreciated, as it ever could; that although silver as compared or measured with or by gold had apparently fallen to about 50 cents on the dollar, yet as compared to all other commodities it was as valuab'e as ever; and therefore gold had appreciated, silver had not fallen, and this appreciation of gold had caused the fall in prices of all commolities, ns well as doubled the burdens of the debtors. This argument was m ide with power and great attractiveness by Mr. Bailey, of Texas, nud he used certain tables to prove that wheat nnd silver had kept singularly together and fallen In exact relution; a dollar bought a bushel of wheat when silver was worth a dollar; when sliver was worth sixty cents wheat was worth sixty cents; when silver lell to fifty, wheat fell to filty. Thtbe tables were doctored and were not occurate. but they were sufficiently to deceive Mr Bailey wh) houeMly us I them -- and to deceive ATTENTION, REPUBLICANS. PROCLAMATION. uiauy of Jils hearers. It waa pointed out that the general Whereas, A. D. James, Senator-elec- t e At a meeting nf theRepulloan and untUrsol "fall ot prices" began of the Seventh Kentucky Senaof Ohio county htld In Hart Apponrotl Each Sonson Until Blood long before 1873; that the cost of torial District, lias resigned nnd his f.ird, Ky., July 5, 1897, It was ordered Was Purlfiod With Hood's gradually and resignation been accepted; and where- that the Republican voters of Ohio Indolont Ulcor. the ptiee nlgn gradunlly dccieased; as there is now a vacancy in the of- county be called to meet in ConvenPor several years I waa troubled with th it the supply h. id increased much fice of Senator in the said District; carbuncles on my left aide and my back. tion at the Cotlrt House in Hnttford, laster than lhc demand; Hint there Now, therefore, I William O. Brad-le- y Ky , on Monday, August 2, 1897, at Tlicjr would disappear In winter and return the noxt aummor. I began taking were peculiar elements as to wheat as Governor of Kentucky, order one o'clock p. m. to nominate a canHood's BantparllU and have norcr bad which made it absurd that its price an election for Senator held t each didate for Representative, to name any carbuncle! slues. My Utile ion had could be regulated by silver; that of the voting places in said district, ' delegates to a fever and an Indolent ulcer appeared oa the State Convention, wheat was perishable; that its supply to wit: In the counties ofMuhlen-ber- g, I which meets nt Louisville August 10, lils left limb aud spread hilt way (round a blood was always uncertain, being dependOhio and Butler on the first to nominate a candidate for Clerk of It. Our phjilolan recommended Hood's I purlller and I gvo tha boy ent upon climatic and other causes Tuesday after first Monday in No- I the Couit of Appeals, and also name BArMr"illawIthsrtlijring teeults." A. over which man had only limited convember, 1897, between the hours ol 7 delegates to the Sixth Judicial and O. B. jAMHVl'olkvllle, MIm. trol; while bflver was imperishable o'clock a. 111. and 4 o'clock p. in : and Seventh Senatorial District Conven " I havo been a great sufferer from muscular rheumatism and In October begin and its supply was almost wholly un the'Shcrifl in each ol Slid counties tions. Uklnff llood'a Siraaparllti. I continued der the control of man and that mere will take steps and give necessary It was also ordered that the Repubits use until January when I could go notice. This proclamation is ordered licans of Ohio county be called to co ncidence ought never to be confus bout m welt M any one ind I have hid ed with cause But the free silver to be printed in the Hartford Rkfob-L1CA- meet at their respective voting pre- no acuta palne ilnce." I. W. Mixmick, audiences had cars and heard not; and and Central" City Republican cincts on Saturday, July 31, 1897, at Grind Isle, Loulilina, "the wheat argument" was repeated for twenty days before said election is 2 o'clock p. 111 , to select delegates to on every stump by those whose infor- held, and the Secretary of Stnte will lepresent and cast the vote ol their toM ly all itromtlsU. rrteeHiili forts. mation was limited by the st nipt Immediately transmit a copy of this precincts in the atoresaid County Is ".T" are the only plllj to lake by those whose information was limi- proclamation to the Sheriff of each ol Convention. v.ithiiood'iBarnpuiUi. Hood a ted by the speech that happened to the counties named. This July 10, It was furthermore ordered that the IIIIOWN'H NCIMMII. IIOVHr. hear. Mr. Franklin had diagrams ot 1897. William O. Bhaulky. in each basis of representation Health in this neighborhood is Governor of Kentucky. relative prices really more humorous in said County Convention shall woll. than his jokes, though less agreeable Atlest: be one vote for every 25 and fraction good. Crops nro looking CltAS, Finlhv, Mr. W. A, Hill, of Coralvo, was than his songs; Mr. South Trimble over 12 cast by said precinct for Secretary of State. shouted wheat and silver whenever the first named Republican tho guest of hh sister, Mrs, J. M, there was an Interval between coarse Notice: In accordance with the elector on the ticket voted for at the Williams, last Saturday. abuse of Cleveland and Carlisle, nnd foregoing proclamation t will cause a election November .1. 1806. provided Miss Ida Williams contemplates .. even more respectable speakers, who poll to be opened and an election to mat no precinct be deprived or Hav spending noxt week with her cousin, thought they knew something, be held in each of the voting precincts ing at least 2 delegates and 2 votes, Miss Carry Hill, near Ceralvo. ' paraded these tables and vocilerated ol Ohio county at the time and for and provided lurthermore that ,Ha9t Mr. Charlie Curry it visiting relathe story of whea'fand silver. the purpose tamed in raid proclama- and West Beaver Dam precincts shall tives in Muhlenberg county. And now wheat has gone back on tion. This 15th day July 1897. hold joint precinct Conventions, as Mr. J. M. Curry and family were them. Silver has continued to go C. P Keown, S. O C. shall North and South Rockport in Hockport recently. down and is now worth about 47 cents This lusts will allow precincts Mrs. Annuel Mc"luro, of the Point Dentil ol Win . '. U ray. on the dollar, and wheat has gone up votes and delegates as follows: neighborhood, spent Saturday and William C. Gray was born 011 a to from 64 to 66 cents, and will con6 East Hartford Sunday with relatives hero. tinue to go up. They have parted farm near Fordsvlllejanuary 14,1871, West Hartfoid 5 Uncle Sylvester James, who has ample reasons. Silver nnd was a son of David W. nnd Mar- Beda company for 5 Though a farmer he been sick for somo time, is ablo tn bo can be produced for from 36 to 4 2 tha C. Gray. Sulhur Springs 5 Ida. cents an ounce in some mines for had been carefully educated for a bus- Magan 6 out again. perhaps 31, that is for 30 cents a dol- iness calling and was a graduate ot Cromwell 6 Bf ervlMMly Biji Ro. lar, alt the silver in the wotld still B. C. Weaver's Business College of Cool Springs . . . . 7 2 Catcnrota Candy Cathartic, tho moil wonHe was a good student derful mctlloal ilhtcovorr ot U10 c. pleii-aexists, except a very small per cent; Louisville. Noith Rockport nnd rorrestilnc to tho taste, net Ktntly ' and insltlvely on kldnoyi, liver and bowels, the silver mines are apparently inex- and a first class rchool teacher, took South Rockport colili, ; . . .4 cleansing tho entire sjstirn, constipation haustible. The output of gold has a deep interest in the education of the Select cum lienUacIir, rover, habitual young and loved to encourage and in- Horse Branch and blltontnoM l'leaia buy ami try n box also increased enormously. 5 Other 10, ,M)cents. Holdand of O. As a teacher he Rosine . . c 8 guaruntccd to euro by nil UrucgUts. metals are in full quantity for all des struct his scholars. had taught successfully schools in East Beaver Da in . , niands. Substitutes for silver as to ror Nnle certain uses have been found, and so Battletts precinct, Aetnaville and at West Beaver Dam A desirable farm of one hundred 6 the Gum Springs district schoolhouse McIIenry in value and silver continues acres, situated near Hartford, well At the age of fourteen years he Centertown 6 watered, a good oicbed, two hundred price. Baptist Church at Fords-vill- e Suullhoui z bearing tree, good building. and 1 Wheat lpust be used as man needs jolaed the and at the time cf his death he Bsst Foidsville For further par7 good community. it. Rnst year's supply is nearly ex- ticulars call at fills office at once, tf hausted and will soon be wholly used was a devoted member of that church. Wet FordvlUe May 1894, he married Miss Leila Aetnaville Hilt Men's) Irnlrn hulve. 3 up. This year's crop in certain wheat The Best Salve in the wotld for 3 growing countries is short, and from Rosson, twin daughter of the late Shreve Cuts, Bruiteit, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Olaton Jesse P. and Mary Rosson. 3 them the exports will be less than for Rbfcura, FevcrSores, Tetter, Chapped Buford Willie, as he was called, was closet2 Handu, Chilblains, Corns, ana all several years; the demand continues 4 Skin Eruptions, and positively cures to increase; so wheat goes up. And ly attached to his hone interest and' Bartlot'ts . . . no pay required. It is 2 Piles, or the world now sees that silver and in no way took part in what he Heflin guaranteed to give perfectsatisfaction thought was the business of others in wheat were chance compinions, cas108 or money refunded. "Price 25 cents Total ually together, and that the set argu- their domestic mode of living. He per box. For sale by Williams tc Nccetsiry to nominate 55 wps a small man with a delicate con13-yr. Bell. ment of the free silver men was fallaAt precinct conventions, known si stitution which was inadequate to the cious and unfounded, absolutely with affiliation and a pledge to sup. out any reality and a mere coincidence ! strong mind by which he was always party nominees of the I successful in all his undertakings. port and vote for was falselv beHpved to be n muse. Willie Gray died of that terrible de- aforesaid county. Stile, District conThe price and value of silver do not ventions, will be required of all vot- Semi-weekl- y Globe-Democrat today enter into the question of what stroyer of the human family, conNo man sumption, at his home near Fords-vil- le ers proposing to take port therein. willbethe price rf wheat, at 5 o'clock a. m. Sunday, June Young men who have never voted now will care what silver Is worth in estimating at what he shall sell or '3 197, iu the 27th year ot his age. and those who will be 21 jeara of age before November 2, 1897. with qualibuy wheat. The yield of wheat in On the evening of the 13th his refications above stated, may also parEXCURSION TICKETS Russia, Egypt, India, Argentine and mains were taken to the church where the funeral sermon was preached by ticipate and vote in their respective America; the nature of the grain: the VIA T1IR amount of old wheal stored; these and his former pastor, Rev B P. Jenkins precinct conventions. All precinct delegates are urged to ,. ,. similar facts will be carefully ascer- After services the remains were laid be at County Convention on time as TO TUB tained, and upon them and them to rest ih the Foidsville Cemetery. He left a wife, lather, mother and the convention will be called to order alone will the buyer fix the price he many other relatives and friends to promptly at onk o'clock p. m. will offer. For the practical conduct W A GinsoN.Ch'm'n Co. Rep.Com mourn his short journey in this life r ot the. business of the " It is with sad hearts that we lay the Jno P MoRTON.Sec'y silver might as well not exist. And Imposition International aged in the tomb, and we try and conBut will this demostrat ion have any Mnclalrrlnl Dlnlrlrl Convention A- Teffect upon the popular orators who sole ourselves with the thought that Pursuant to t'ae above call, the Reknow that Carlisle was "bought," tbey have lived their dnys with us, publican voters of the Rosine Magisabove occasion tickets will that Cleveland is a mere tool of Eng- but for the young, the talented and terial District are requested to select be For the the Illinois Central Railrold by refined to qnit the walks oflile and delegates to the Magisterial Convenlish capital, and that every man who road at varying- times, rates nnd has sense enough to know that cheap be laid to rest in their narrow beds tion, which meets at Beaver Dam limits, including n ticket on sale dally, good to return until November money is a snare and deprecieted cur- JinnRS to us that sorrow for the dead August 7. 1897, to nominate a candiwhich seldom heals the wounded date for Magistrate in said Magiste- 7, and includinn tickets having limit-o- f rency ruinous to labor and the farmtwenty days, fifteen days and seven heart. FoRnrs. rial District. Ww. BRVANT.Ch'm'n days; also tickets on Tuesday and er, is a deserter and traitor. But the thoughtful, who see whrat Thursdays of each wick with limit of Pure, rich blood feeds the nerves fifteen days. For full particulars as sold at 65 cents or more, and kuow That is why Hood's Sarsaparilla, the to which of the above applies from that silver is still falling, will medi- great blood purifier, cures nervousyour nea rent Railroad Station in contate anew upon these matters and ness. nection with the Illlnoii Central Rail, come to the conclusion that the laws road, call on or address j our nearest railroad Tirket Agent. of supply and demand are more powllnvleni Comity lliilliit AiteJitlloii This body wilt convene with Staerful than the statutes of Congress; Wm Muhray, Div. Pass. Agent, The people who use coal will do New Orleans. that the day for cheap money is over, tion Church, McLean county, near and they may make some effort to re- Sacramento, on Tuesday. August 10, well to call on J. J Foster, who is now Jno A Scott, Div. Pass. Agent, 1897, and hold its session through operating the Elijah Miller bank, 3)$ Memphis, store the old pirty to its former conThose miles south-we- st A. H Hanson, o v. a , Chicago, of Hattford on the trol on its ancient policy of interna- the three succeeding days W. A. Kullond, a g.p a , Iwiavllle. tional trade based on international going by rail will get oQ at Inland Point Pleasant road. 48 2 fit Station, where they will be met by Press Transcript. money. conveyance, that will take them anyWnee., Tnrlir mill 31 In where in the vicinity ot the chu:ch Some interesting and important for 25 cents. Messengers to be on facta as to the ffect of the Wilson time and alt otheis wishing to be Over 4.000 vacancies soveral times aa many vacancies as members. Must upon .coal mini'ig and upon tarifi law present at the opening must arrive in more members. the miners themselves ate brought the neighborhood on Monday eve- have GUARANTEES Several plans; two plans givo freo registration! one plan positions. Ten cents pays for book containing plans out by the coal miners' strike, which ning. The introductory eenuon by and a 8500 00 lovo story of College days. No charge to employers for is now agitating the country The theacbors. SOUTHERN TEACHERS' BUREAU, Rev E. W. Coakley at 10 o'clock Wilson law reduced the rates of duty Tuesday morning. Kkv. Da. O. M. Button, A M President and Manager, 8. W. Uor Maiu aud Third streets, Louisvillo.KV. on coal irom 75 cents per ton to 40 S. Colrman, Moderator, J. SOUTHERN TEACHERS' UUREAU. 09 71 Dearborn st , Chicugo.ill. cents per ton, This is just about the Td Cure fJoiiitlnllmi Vor.vor. Northern vacancies Chicago oflica, Southern vacancies Louisvillo oflice. amount of reduction in miners' wages Take Discards Candy Cuthartkv ioe orffio. One feo registers in both offices. of which complaint is now being It U. C. C. nil to cure, UruitKUw r tutu! money made and emphasized by the stiike announced for July 4. President Ratchford, of the United Mine Work-erAssociation in a coramunicitlon to the New York Herald, indicates HAVE OPENED THEIR that the wages ot miners have been reduced since 1893 an nverage ot 30 cents per ton, which is just about the amount of the reduction in duties made by the Wilson, law Curiously this reduction in wages is thus coincident as to time and amount with the reduction In tariff That the reduction in wages was a direct result of the tarifi is, however, accurately shown in another and equally striking series of (acts. Prior to the enactment of the Wilson law the Eeastern cities aud manufacturing establishments were (supplied with coal largely from the Virglnh and West Virginia mints. As sojn as the Wilson law was enacted, however, coal from Nova Scotia invaded the Eastern market, driving out the Virginia and West Virginia product, and compelled the rainea of that section to find a market elsewhere. The result was that their coal went West instead ol Eist, ns It formerly had done, and, with reduced railroad rates was laid down in ths markets of Cincinnati, Chicago and other Western cities at such low rates that a coa.1 war, iollowed by a railroad rate war, waa precipitated The natural resu.lt of this and the reductions in prices which followed was a reduction in the wages ol coal miners, all of which An olgant vehicle nnd good horses A fine new OMN1HUS will meet all day trains at Beaver Dam. Is bus clearly traceable to the Wilson Leave order atFio'd's LlieiyStpble, All order promptly attendtd to. guarantees a comfortable ride In in att Ha vhiIiiaI tM In AtlttlHt rtrt corner Market and Union Streets, Hartford, Kentucky Leader. coal Carbuncles Com-mitte- Bnran-pnrllla-- N 11 1 Hood's Sarsaparilla Puis 11 pie-cin- .... .... nt r i dll aa ' ta-fa- ll S- 1 m all Tho Republican nud the St. Louis one year for $1.75. Illinois (Jen. wheat-growe- TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL lsrisla.xrillo. Subscribo for The Republican and keep up with the times. it' WANTED ?vr s' -- rt - i TCo gt:o.3L Froro. BeaverDam. SriPRK$iafefi!,Miry!aff"jffi WLmLw nm rt Dr. GREAT BARGAINS - - FOB JULY ATFAIR& COMPANY t 0. B in town till Slack, week. Uolontown, w.is rlljhest Honors World' Fair. n Awarded trash nt N' second handed or shop w Plr & Co'n 'Da era 3ixL DEI TJE3CE: li lit illS. Mow ! yutir ehiuiccj to buy sllpptrs cheap at Pair & Co's. . BIO Mrs. S.111I Hnyamlt.of Louisville, is Beda. visiting relatives near gains at zero prices. Ox-forOx-lor- d Every article in summer wear marked at exactly cost and carriage in order that we may make ready for our Fall Stock. iNow is your chance for hot weather bar Mrs. 0. M. Shtiltz, South Carroll- ton, waa in town this week. 2 CREAM pair for 20c ladles aoamleds black hose now 25c at Pair & Co's. n, POWDER Absolutely Puro. Mr. Jno. P. Lawton, ot South was in toTn this week. BAKING POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Crpe Creim of Tartu Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. A TAKES PLACE FROM to 7th of August 97 INCLUSIVE. ri r Ohio County Court: At a regular term of this Court Is Plastered and Decorated and will be truly a magnificent sight. held on the 5th day ol July, 1897, it appearing that a petition signed by There Will be Horse Racing, 8teoplo Ilacing, llioyclo Racing, Mulo, W. H. Griffin, D. M. Hocker, T. L. Goat, Hound nnd Foot Racing and several fxciting games of Raso Griffin, J. R. Plrtle, J. II. B. Carson, Rail. Novelties and changes everywhere. Two Wind Mills and a J. T. Miller, T. J. Smith, J. II. lino goods less Steam Engino will amply supply water for sprinkling and other purW. B. Render, II. P. Taylor, cost. W. A. Gibson, and others was filed few sold The grounds will be continuously sprinkled and tho tlust kept poses. with the County Judge, at the last under. Amusement, Instruction, Fuu, Frolic and Delight, guaranteed $1.25 to $2 00 choice 75c Buy your shoes and slippers from J. 50 dozen ladles bordered handker- regular term of this Court, asking E. Fogle & Co. chiefs, sold for 5c, a July bargain 3 that a Graded to all. Common School DisProf. Wm. Foster Is at home from ior toe at Pair & Co's. trict be organized, and a Graded ComPrinceton, N. J. Sizes 19 and 20, 21 arjd 12 French mon Schoil be established in lieu of W.F. KAPIER, R. T. SMITM, Big line ol summer wash goods at woven corsets, sold for 50c, to close the Hartford Graded School, known ELLENDADE, NEAR UURDSVILLE, KY. as Hartford College (as provided In fig- J. E. Fogle & Co's. of 8c out at 35c at Fair & Co's. section 124 of the Common. School 3 :agj 26 A 10c 8c. Mrs. Ben D. RIngo is visiting her serge genuine bargain priceinch silk Law) the boundary of said district to 5c. NMAI.LI10UNR, umbrella original KILLED. $1 so.to parents in Logan Connty. Mr. Wm. H. Hunter, who has been be the corporated lines of the town ot close for $1 00 at Fair & Co's. Swisses In bad health for more than Hartfard a'nd embrace the same terri a year, is A new lot of home spun linen and Rev. C. M.Crowe and wife hnve res tory that is now embrac.d Within Lightning Strikes Young John no better. white duck at Carson & Co. sold now McCormlck. Notwithstanding the rain there wa turned to their home in Louisville, said lines and the site for the school Vote for the most popular teacher. a large crowd attended the prayer of alter visiting their son, Rev. R. A. house of said proposed district to be goods It will not cost you anything Last Friday afternoon Mr. Jno. Mc- meeting at Mr. Jas. H. Crow. the Hartford Graded School, known Fulkerson's so n Sunday evening. se us; Leave your orders at Field's Hvcry as Hartford College lot and buildings Cormlck, the eighteen-year-ol- d Last Saturday during the electrical A violent wind and rain storm stable for transportation anywhere. . ol Mr. B. V. MoCormlck, living 6 d storm lightning struck Mr. Chas. which site Is certified nnt to this section Saturday evening ceed two and onehall miles from any tailed West of Hrrtford, was instantly Mr. Jesse Berry was In town this Barnard's wh'eat stacks and he lost He had been but did no serious damage. pait of the boundajy of said nrooosed ' killed by lightning. week advertising the Ellendale Fair. his entire crop of wheat by fire, Mr. M. Allen, wife and son, 'District, and it appearing also, that working in the field and had taken Good yard wide domestic 5C who Remember Bulllngton will give 25c tan, brown and black half hose, said petitioners are tax payers, legal refuge in the barn from the rain, and have been the guests of relatives Good 27 inch shirting 5 here you a good shave, hair trim or shampost when h since the Reunion, returned a July bargain, 2 pair for 25c at Fair voters, and residents Good 27 inch cheviot ol the proposed was sitting against a home w 7c poo, Don't fall to get you one-h- alf Oraded Common School & Co's. Good 30 inch outing 7c District and bolt of lightning came down the post Sunday, dozen pairs all sizes, 9 to 11. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dan Barnes jind fam' J. E. Fogle & Co. have tbt largest of Hartford Justice District of this striking him on the head killing him Good 54 inch tabic linen 15c barn on ily, of near Ceralvo, were Good yard widebleach A bargain for ribbon buyers, one county, and it further appearing that instantly, and setting the 5c and cheapest line ol clothing In Hartthe guests fire. His older brother was in a corn of Mr. ArthurRichardson Sunday 4C and 5c ford. Good calico lot of remnants, culled from our mil- the County Superintendent has enand crib near by and when the rain had Monday. and istfc Good cottonade Just received a lot of spring wheat linery, to close at lessthar hall price. dorsed on said petition, his approval partly ceased he went into the shed, Mr. nnd Mcs, Tom Fordnrp .., of same and that a majority oi the Come to see them at Pair & Co's, Flour. The best ou ever saw. . trustees of Hartford College, who are when he discovered, his dead brother, Ins to move to Texas In the early Mr. Clark, Miss Eva Clark, Miss Pate Bros. also the trustees of the Common and found that the barn was burning. fall. We regret to give, them up, but 5C By heroic eflorts on the part of Im2 pair gray hose Mn Geo. R. Ashby, ol Henderson. Wilmut Bewley, Rumsey: Mrs. E. W School District embraced wisa them happiness nnd success in within said Bewley, Bowling Green,'were passen5C is visiting the family oi Mr. A. D. 1 pair black hose mediate members of the family the their new home. proposed Giaded Common School gers on the Janie Rae Wednesday. Sizes 10, 20, 2! and 22 woven corsets, worth 50c to close at . . . 3;c White. barn was saved. The elder brother Miss Maude Bennett, Point District have also endorsed their ap- Pleas80c worth $ 1 00 R. & G. Corset In this Issue Mr. R. C. Jarnagin proval on said petition, as provided became overheated from the work of ant, is the guest of relatives here Sec J. E. Fogle & Co's line of 10c Ladies leather belts putting out the fire and for awhile it Miss Birtle Drake, New Hope, Hamburg Swisses, edgings and laces is announced as a candidate for Rep by law, and the Court being was was thought that he would die. Men good'tdtirts He In town Tuesday. rcsentative, subject to the action of 5c before buying. advised orders that C. P. 10c Men good seamless hose Dr. Ellis Miller and wife , the Republican party, Mr. Jarnagin Keown, Sheriff of this county, be and has greatly improved, are the Remember Field & Son will take is well known over 5 Young McCormlck's funeral was guests of her parents, Mr. Mtn heavy cotton sox the connty and is he Is hereby directed to cause a poll and Mrs. the best of care of your horse when I 20c 25c line ol ties to close out at . . . a young man of excellent worth and to be opened and an election be held held at Mt. Herman after which the Geo. Reid. you are in town. remains were interred In the Mt. Her Mrs. Settle Hatcher, would make a good Representative. at the Court House on the Centertown, is me guests of her mother, Mrs. we under- Carson & Co are receiving railroad The Trustees ot Hartford College ot August, 1897, the same 16th day man cemetery. is no being 40 Annie Ross ties on the banks of the river at have M. C. Tired Xo Apjiellle S'oor fllood. employed Profs. C. M. Crowe days or more after the entry ol this sell Hartford ready for shipment. order, lor the purpose of taking the "I was afflicted with a tired feeling and T. J. Morton for this year. These Who can fail to take advantage of sense ot the legal white voters resid" and general debility. I had no appe- this offer. Send Come Remember that since our boat has are both worthy young men, well ed10 cents to us for a ing within the boundary of the said tite and my blood did not seem to cir- generous trial size s been running, we can't be undersold ucated and will teach us a or ask your drugsee school. on Furniture. They are both graduates of proposed Graded Common School culate. Finally I began taking gist Ask lor Ely's Cream Balm, Carson & Co. District as to whether they favor acs Hood's Sarsaparilla which gave me a the most positive We want some more gooo corre- Hartford College, besides Mr. catarrh cure. Full JLlesp'y, we Danville, Ind., School one cepting the provisions ol the General good appetite and entirely cured the size 50 cents. spondents in the country. Send us term Graded Common School Law and by tired feeling." Maggie Washington, ELY BROS., and Mr. Morton has just recentS6 Warren St.,N Y. City the news from- your neighborhood. ly graduated at DePaW University. which there shall be levied and col 46 Vertner Street, Lexington, KenI suffered irom catarrh of the worst Tvtucky. We will sell you a set of cane seatOur citizens will vote on the tax lected an annual tax not to exceed kind ever since a boy, and I never '& ed chairs, )i doz. lor $3 A nice question next month and the indicafifty cents on each one hundred dol Hood's Pills are the favorite family hoped for cure, but Ely's Cream Balm rocking chair for$i. Carson & Co. tions are that It will carry, and then lar's worth of property value therein, cathartic and liver medicine. Price seems to do even that. Many The notice we made a few weeks we can again have the best school In subject to State and County taxation, 25 cents. have nsed it with excellowned by white persons, and a poll Western Kentucky. ent results.-Os- ear Mr. Ostrum, 45 Ware Stare Truth Ttinn 1'oef ry. LARGEST NORMAL SCHOOL, IN THE SOUTH ago about we areWade Daniel's house Nnllounl tax uot to exceed one dollar and City burning", glad to say, was a The Lord loveth a cheerful giver. ren Ave., Chicago, III. lleinacmllfl Coutenllon. tuswc coua jn. OKusH nuitwi sawnnc mJJ " sm ... m ""? mistake. The Natloual Democrats ol Ohio cents on each white male Inhabitant He'll take care of the editor. The y . . rj of slid proposed Graded Common In convention at the Court 'ziAtrrti'Tjtr'Jf editor has a charter from the state to The funeral ofjimmle Graham will county met School District over 21 years ol age f4ovMM. SomjnoGnanKn be preached at Huff's Creek Church House last Saturday afternoon to se- ior the purpose of establishing and act as door mat lor the community. weeklect delegates to their State ConvenHe will get the paper out somehow, the fourth Sunday in this month, by tion to nominate a candidate for Clerk maintaining a Graded CommonSchool and stand up for the town, and whoop Alter July 10. the steamer Janie Revs. Oldham and Acton. AT HOME. therein as provided In sections 100 to ol the Court of Appeals. The meetRae will make two trips weekly beIt up ior you when you run for office, Messrs. R. E. Lee Slmmerman, ad$J.t25 ing was called to order by Chairman 130 of the Common School Law. tween Hartford and Evansvllle, arand Ueaboutyourplgeon-toeddaugOurSoldlors Havo Roturnod riving nt Hartford every Wednesday Lem H. McHenry. T. J. Morton, W. Simmerman, who stated the object The officers will also cause the lecr's tacky wedding, and blow about From tho Encamp- at 12 o'clock noon. Departing will B. Render, D. F. Tracy, M. L. Heav-ri- n of the meeting, nfrer which Dr. J. D. gal voters oi said proposed Graded your son when he gets a mont. and G. B. Slack are in Louisville Maddox was elected Chairman and S. Coomraon School District to vote for leave same day at 2 o'clock, p. m., r a week job, and weep over Tim Very brst Ncrtleo will beOlvcu. six persons to be trustees of same in In will be a pretty sight indeed to B. Howard Secretary. A committee and arriving every Saturday nt 4 this week. your shriveled soul when It Is released was appointed on resolutions, which case said provisions are accepted. o'clock p. m., and departing will The State Encampment at Foun from its grasping body, and smile at see the beautiful vestibuted tram pull Mr. Clins. H. Ellis has been emThe officers of said election will caln Ferry Park broke camp last Sun leave Hartford every Sunday at 6 ployed to teach the public school at reported as follows: your wife's second marriage. Don't our of 7th St. Station, in Louisville, make return, In due form ol the re worry about the editor; he'll get Ky., at 1:30 p. m. Aug. composing Rbsoived, lhat we, the Democrats o'clock a. m. For cheap rates of South Carrotltou this fall. Mr. Ellis day nnd the Companies 11, having on board the merry excursionists, all the Third Regiment are now at home freight or passage, apply on board of Is one ol Ohio county's most success- of Ohio county, iu convention assem- suit of same, at the earliest day prac- along. The Lord only knows, how Hartwell Sun. but somehow. ticable. bent on this popular outlntr. telling their iriends how it feels to boat or to Jas. F, Carson, Acent. ful teachers and we congratulate the bled, reaffirm our devotiou to the The A copy attest: run Is made on" quick time, and the great principles of the National Dem be a soldier, and reciting the varied Haitford, Ky. people of South Carrollton on securdo D M. Hockrr, Cj.0. C C. trip is void of everything that is cal ocratlc party as set forth In the plat-- , experiences ot array Hie. Cait. W. H. Moorb, Manager. ing his services. culated to annoy or vex the passenform adopted by the Indianapolis cons Notice Is hereby given that In obeCompany G. arrived at home MonA Georgia newspaper man is goiug Mr. Jno. B. Hocker died at his ventlon in 1896, and heartily approve dience to the above order of ger, liven your room is assigned day night, and the boys nre now enthe Counto give up journalism because he home near Prentis Monday night, of the call by you before readhing Oldy Point, so ns ty Court of Ohio county, I will hold rest. the State Executive joying a week of thinks editors arc not treated fairly. aged 88 years. Funeral serviced were committee fora convention to meet in an election at the to avoid any dely what ever. Ladies Capt. Kcowa. who commanded our time and place inWhen you come to town, take your A child is born," he says. "The conducted by Rev. G J. Bean after Louisville on Company, won high praises from his Jnly 14th, for the pur dicated, from 7 o'clock a m. till 4 horse to Fields Livery Stable, where who have no eicott can take this trip doctor in attendance gets JUo; the ed which the remains were laid feeling that especial provision has pose ol reaffirming the principles of o'clock p. m., for purpose set out in superior officers on the excellent it will be well cared lor. in the Prentis Cemetery. Mr? Hock-wa- s the party and nominating a candidate said order. been made to see that they have evshowing of the Company and the itor notes it and gets o. It is christThose who may vote, are ened. The minister gets $4; the edia highly respected gentleman and for Clerk of the Court o! Appeals. ery attention, and lack for no courteall white males over 21 years of age, Kxcunilon. the boys are all proud of their Captor Those desiring Information The most popular, trip tor the sum- sy. That we repudiate and reject the who have bean residents of the propostain. It was the general opinion of ries.writes It up hnd gets 00. It mar- leaves many friends to mourn his The minister gets another fee, loss. ed Common School District for sixty mer to Old Point Comfort and the should write W. A Wilgus, S. P. A., platform adopted by the Hartford visitors to the Camp that tire editor a piece ol cake or 000. In Hopkinsville, Ky. Guards were among the beat in ti.e Miss Lilly Bell fell Tuesday eve- Democratic convention which met ot days, and In the county for six Seashore. Much for very small Chicago in 1896, and the convention months', and In the State one year The" boys conducted them- - course oi time il dies. The doctor ning and broke her arm. She was Stat. gets from $5 to $10; the minister gets expense. selves in a gentlemanly manner and pitying with some other children and which met at Frankfort on June 2d, preceding the day of said election. another f 4; the undertaker gets $25 to fell down the stairway. To The regular Annual Excursion to This 15th day of June 1897. the guard house only caught three of Dr, Ford 1897. We condemn the distinctive Old Point Comlort in charge of Mr. The Editor of Th Bloomfleld low Farmer f 10; the editor piints It and receives was called in and set the broken bone. doctrine; enunciated iu those platforms c. p. kbown, s o. the members. Wrltoe of the Oood Don by 0000 and then the privilege of ruu-uiW. A Wilgus, S. P. A , will be run and a com-- , DR. MILES' NEW HEART OURE. This makes seven times she has had as being charge n card of thanks." Iree of To cure chills and fever don't rack Wednssday, Aug. nth, via I. C, and broken bones and the Is only about plete departure from the TheFloatingStudioisatCalhoon. doctrines of the party; and we re- the system and shoch the netves by C. & O. Railways, from Beaver Dam "h Almost eveiy time she 13 years old. has ever fell down she has suffered a pudiate so much ol sad platforms as using medicines containing arrnic, on regniartraiu, leaving at 451 p.m. Ilruun Hie llerorit, demands legislation" providing fb"? the mercury or other dangerous drugs. Aug 10th, connecting with Seashore Mr. Steve Rowan, of Llvermore, is fracture ol her bones. Dr. Bell's Peppermint Chill Tonic Is Speelaljwhich leaves Unlou Slntion, free, unlimited and Independent the proud owner ot the fastest half A f'nril. coinage ot silver at the ratio of 16 to a guaranteed cure nnd it contains no foot bCSventh street, at 1:30 p.m. mile horse on eatth. At Paducnh, To the Republicans olOhlo county. Children love It and The round trip rate to Old Point Com-fo1. We believe such legislation to be kind of poison which is an association track. Jesse Fellow Republicans: Having been esseutlally is only $ . . . and the tickets dishonest: that it Involves It can not hmt them For sale by Z. Won the half mile dash in 49, lowhtartily solicited by numerous friends are good until September and, with repudiation of all public and pri- Wayne Griffin & Bro. ering the world's record a halt a sectctannounce myself ns a candidate for stop over privileges returning only. vate obligating; that it will bring ond, the fastest time theretofore beRepresentative, subject to the action 'Iva't Tulicfo Sii nd SuioVt l.ur Ur Amy, This trip surpasses any offered the disaster and ruin to all business in race was n wonderful The ing 49 To quit tobacco Mlly and forever, be mac ot our party, I have finally agreed to traveling public, and a fiords many detcrests, and thereby entail untold notic, lull or Ufo, nerve and vliror, take one, and many people who did not allow my nanie to go before our preIba Ibat raaUm weak men hold a watch on Mm doubted that he ol GxJ-IlrOil with Hypophos cinct conventions on 31st, Inst. In hardships on all the people of the ttroug. Ml drugcliui, (Odorfl. Cure guaran- lightful diversions. Grand and beaux tiful scenery, invigorating mountain teed llooblet and sample free. Addrsa country. could have done it. Ycsteidjy he phi res, can be taken Starling Itemed Co., Cblenfo or Kew York. at eailly In dnlncr tilts T llVI tint rnn.f.tt e1f air, surlbathing, ocean voyage, palaThat we are unalterably opposed to ran a dead heat with Charley Wells summer in winter, Unlike the interest, but have done what many of any luslon with the Republicans or tial hotel entertainment and a visit to in 49 -3 which convinced everybody ic us yofiir plain oil it I. palatable, and the the Capital, il desired. that the lowfigures of the day before Z: Populistcn State or National matters, lUEIiK AKE it great many nnielfith The low rate to pfrdayhas must have been correct . hypophosphltes that arc in It aid in that 'tis only a short time till conven and declared our belief, and our confor Bills. been secured atof Js 50 Hygela and 1 men and women who wish others to know woat bat rettored them viction, that 'jur fight should be made the A number of Mr. Rowan's friends digestion and health and happlneie. Mr. 0 F. Darla, at the same time tone tion day and having canvassed the for Chamberlain Hotels. Every attenthe principles of the party withknew that Jesse was a cracker jack ot one of the bet newepaperi in Iowa, county only a lew months ago, shall up the system. Sutherland Eagle Eye Salve is a tion and courtesy will be extended to write from Bloomfleld la. Aux IS UOA. "My out concession or surrender, for the and wanted him to put him on the now atttmrt to make a thorough ma to write to other- For sickly, delicate children, and not purpose ol obtaining temporary po j fiie, creamy, snow white ointment, ladles without escorts. Choice of deilre We benefitneed Dr. prompt Itemedlea In big tracks and make a killing, but he hare Mile' canvass to beat re the nomination, but thl. put up in air tight screw cap tubes, routea returning, between Richmond vas timid and would not veuture family for nearly (wo years with most luteal advantage, to any other politifor those whose lungs are affected, if honored witli It, I believe with the mr and sold (or 55c by all dealers (ratifying reaulUu We It is and Clllton Forge, will be given, enInquirer, it is a mistake to leave it off in the united efforts ol our voters I rau car cal organization or party. (V n. 'aoIH would'nt now do with known throughout the land as the abling those who desire to visit That we heartily endorse the pat out them. My wife bad summer months. The dose may be ry the banner of the "G. O. P." and rlotic fight made for the succeaot best and quickest harmless cure for Lynchburg, Natural Bridge and other beon weakly and down An Arkansas elltor, heiting that a a.'." .zZ successfully "plant It on the mbri,on nearly every tunimer reduced if necessary. true Democmtlc principles .by that any form of sore eyes or granulated points of interest. young lady In New York was kneadfor lbs pan fifteen ol the bastion next the enemy." lids, styes, etc. Scores of peopl Sleeping car rates will be $4 00 for your Dr Mllea' Ileart We recommend the srrull size ing bread with her gloves on, said; Thanking my friends in advance matchless newspaper, the Courier- - claim that it has saved their Oaro U eiaetly what berth, Lotlsvllle to Old Point, to be Journal. 'Oh, that is nothing; we are needing especially for summer use, and for for the hearty support proffered, which lit name lmplbMi a For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin otcupled by on or tvvo persons, and R E. L Siumkrhan bread with our boots on; we are need- children, where ture cure for a weak, fluttering, palpitating a smaller dose is re- I very much appreciate, I respectful-l& Bro. application for sleeping car space Com. J. W. Ford, heart, and Dr. Miles' Nerre and Liver 111U ing It with our pants on, and pretty submit ray claims and remaiu, M J.KBID. are moet excellent" should be made at once to W. A. soon, if our subscribers lnvarrears do quired. It should be kept In a cool Yours Obediently, Dr. Miles' Itemedlea are told by all drug. After the committee's report and OASTOI11A. S. P. A.. Hopkinsville, Ky. gUts under a positive guarantee, first bottle not pay up, we shall be needing bread place after it is once opened. R. C Jarhaoin. the list of delegates had been selected For further pirticulnrs, address as benefits or money refunded Hook on Ileart without Anything on." Btaver Bam, July 14 "97 rr til tf ll druggutt t y. aJ li.tu the convention adjourned. and Nerre tent free to all appll. ants. above or call on Agent I C R'y. DU. MILE3 MBUIOAIj CO.. KUuart, lud. Millinery Department. of these for Our entire A than from Mr. Jno. S. Vnught. of Enfield, 111., Celebrated for its great leavening is In town this week visiting friends. strength nnd healthfulness. Assures the food against alum and all forms ot Misses Minerva and Florence De. ties, price 75c now 50c adulteration common to the cheap Haven are visiting relatives at Hor. brands. RoYAtBAKlNorowDimCo., Ox ford ties, price $1 00 now 80c ton. Nrw York, ties, price $1 35 now$i 00 C For a cmlck and comfortable tide Oxford ties, price $1 50 now ft 15 Buy your Groceries from Pate to or from Beaver Dam, patronize Ox.ford ties, price , f, j 00 now $t 50 Fields' bus line. SrAII nre Prlcsmcyer's and guaranteed to wear or money refunded. Bros. Bring us your country Produce. Mr. J. M. Mattlugly, who has been attending the Millers' Association at Path Bros. Chicago, Is at home. Buy your underwear from J. E. e & Co. Ladles waist that sold for 50c, 75c Tow llten for dress skirls atj. E. and $1 good colors, all sizes to close for 50c at Fair & Co's. Fogle & Co'8, Fo-gl- THE BUILDINGS ABE COMPLETE And the Grounds Greatly Improved. SCHOOL ELECTION. THE FLORAL HALL Wil-Ham- s, beautiful hats that your now for Wash Goods. Pres. Sec'y. Lawns in stripe and One lot line now All our ure now for in pink, blue and One lot of dotted I5c. We for 20c red and green in town. these have the best line prices right. Come to vis-lte- Staple Department. ic Notion Department. snffi-cient- ly .... doubt but what There our competitors; our styles are better, direct to our quality unexcelled. the JULY BARGAINS Hartford and have for you. Yous first-clas- Crowe-attende- d - FAIR & CO. - '' sJSArtfr .t;, wnyayNpmwr 1 " ht The Republican and Louisville ly Commercial one year for in vance. iour-dolla- all kinds of We Job Work at tho lowest prices. to-re- st slght-secln- g ng a Benefit Others. time-honor- ed SCOtt'S er yj N rt J. Emulsion u wo&dr-workt- Send dors or-Picn- pub-luh- , a eje-stg- y 1 Wi'-gu- s. For lour Umff years everything htte Iim been as dead and still m a duor Catuea fully lialf tbo MckiwM In the woe M. It STATU OI'l'ICIALS nail, and nothing but patchwork goteUlm the iIIkmiimI rooil t long In tlin bowrlj "yB & SmL tmtfmm'Hmmmmmmimtmmi Governor- - William O. llimllpy. torpid llrrr, IikII-ing on, limn the application of the and produces IiIIiouiih-m- , Lieut. Governor- - V. J. Worth- ' notorious Cleveland badge ti stopping illKtoli. leaks on the housetops. nut now, 8 .TetaryofSlate- - -- Charles Pliiloy. ptceto change! as soon as the election uenorni w. is. Taylor. Edward Boono, a Brothor of J I ilU!U..Ju,. ma uilitur Huiuiiol II. Htono. of McKlnley mid common rente was gwtlon, km Danlol's, Rests In a Pasbad tisle ont'd "j 1 Tn amror Goo. W. Iong. assured people nil over this countly tongue, ikk Ucailaihc Inture Noar Parls.Ky. t'.iinniiwlonur of Aurioiiltiirn. l!or woke up nnd went to woik, and I somnia, etc. Hood's I'llM livul-urMl Its cure com tliwuon nml Statistic Li.cts don't have t go nway Irom home to raults.eMtljand and . All ilrunf lits, thoroughly. For more than a hundred years the Monro. rrtpared by C. I. Hood & Co , Jewell, Matt. tell you thttt coufi fence has come Supirliilemleiit Public Itistrttotion- remains of the Kentucky pioneer and back to the heat Is nnd minds of the The ouly Mil to toko vrlUa Hood't SarsaparllU. Geo M. )avl-oI Indian fighter, ltd ward Doone.a brothFao-simi- le 1 AYcOeLiblelrcparationforAs people. There arc nt this writing six UojrUter Land Office Chas. O. I SllUUailllBUtCIWUUIIUIU-VUki.mm er of Daniel Boone, have rested under I Itevnnld. HI new brick stores, none loss "than 100 llnA ll.A4ti.mnAa nnil HAWOlartF. I I...W-m the sward ol bluegrass pasture on ttie iui tin; w !,' fnsiirnuce Bureau Gomiutaiouer- feet long, a large hotel, under course farm of Capt. Will Durris, on Cane 0, V. Comiiifore. ot construction in Ackertuan, together Ridge, in Bourbon county. The grave Adli.tant General I). It- - Collier. with a fine brick and iron couitbousc Colobrntos lilsNInatioth Birthhas never bien marked save with a Stale Librarlau Mrs. Mary lirown I PmmnrcaTJldcsllon.Citcciful- day, and tolls of his EarH New residences nnd impiovements on piece of limestone rock, and time has nay. I ncssandncst-Containneither ly Recollootlons. old ones visible on every hand. Ol a obliterated any inscriptions which 1UII.II0AI) OOMMltSIoNKMe. OnrumIorphinjC nor Mineral, truth there has been more painting may hnve been placed by friends in m Jiio C Wood, olmirnmn; J, P. lit this town since the 1S96 Presdone 'Squlic James Lillnul dropped into DeiiijHey, II. S. Irwin. Seorctory remembetence on the stone. The idential election than for ten years Inst the Deulosrat sanctum ytstetday and aamuel body of ltd ward Boone was consigned lirown. DEAD. past. Rverj body ii expecting better informed us that he had celebrated CHRISTIAN to a grave made by his companions C'0XnE810SAl ON THE times, nnd if we can only get prompt his 90th birthday n few day a ago, by jn tfr.JVwM under a buckeye ttcc on the banks oi Hon. William C. LitnN I Senators I HMWWINW HI I I Jtnin Jtrd W Boone's cieek, which sometimes cov- Ho Was tho Fathor of Charllo and effective Protective legislation wc taking a "big di.e ol annlc hend." say, Hon. "J 0. S. lllackburn. shall see a marvelous growth of that In the chat that followed "Uncle JimRepresentative Fourth District Ml MhZiMJVJU . f I ers the grave alter heavy rains in the Ross.AbduotodTwonty- idea in the South, nnd a steady growth my" told us that he remembered dis- Hon. John W. Lewis. spring. Berying Boone, his friends ) Throo Yoars Ago. in the Republican vole here. Hoping tinctly when his lather left home in OF EVEBY STATE I.imiSI,ATIHtn. placed a limestone rock at the head for a speedy gassagc of n Republican Senator Hon. A, D. James. Virginia to enlist in the war ol i8ra. I . A rurrw TwrT.iv1 Tat carved on the of his grave and then ih Itepreecnliitive Ohio County Hon. I lion. Sour StomAch.Dlarrhoca AJ Christian K. Ross, the father of Tariff law and a realization by our He also remeiubeied the burning of buckeye tree theslngle word"Boone" U. at. Jlaruett. - 1 I ,on3,ConvulSlons.rotlshbenefits, I Washington City by the British un which is yet discernible to a visitor Charlie Ross, whose abduction July people ol its far rcuchin I ccaa and LOSS OF SLEEP, E B. Buck, iu American Econ- der Gen. Ross and also the battle of OHIO COUNT V. 1, 1874, from his parents' home in am, to the grave. New Orleans, but the news of JackWb OtltCUIT COUNT. dnAtltre fit VnlmiL. It is related thatEdwatd Boone was Germantown, Pa., was one of the omist. Hon. W. T. Owon, Jmlgo Oivens- son's victory did not reach Virginia m shot and killed by Indians while he most mysterious and sensational i To cure chills and fever don't rack buro. i TiTir vrtriw was seated in this tree watching for crimes ever committecd, and which the system and shoch the neives by until corn, planting time in April, Hon. J. Eihtin Itowc, Attorney though tlh: oiiicagement took place up to the present has never been using medicines containing tulTalotstoccmeto a spring which Otvenaboro. artenic, January 8. He has thaken hands bubbled up iiom the ground just a cleared up, died last week at his his mercury or other dangerous drugs. v T. II. Illack, Jailer -- Hartford. jH ff.rir ivf TiMf The home on East Washington street, Dr. Bell's Peppermint Chill Tonic is with a number of President, among buckeye tree. few feet from the O. H. Likens, Clerk Hnrtinnl. them Madison and Jackjon. When He was 74 years old. 11. D. Itiugo, Master Commissioner trace made by the drove oi buffaloes Germantown. a guaranteed cure mid it contains no exact copy or wrapped. Hartford. Just twenty three years have passed kind of poison. Children love it and he first came to Harrodfburg many is to this day clearly defined near this evidences of the old fott weie ytt viss O. ,..iMly Liken?, Trnsteo.Tury Fmiil crime was committed which it can not MJT diffisince the fMKefMT neglected grave, and with little hurt them. For sale by Z. iblc A log Hartford. house that tood nt one culty may be followed for several wrecked the lile of Christian K. Ross, Wayne Grifliu & Bro. Cal. P. Ieown, Sheriff Hartford. corner ol the palinodes was occupied miles. It is evidently a portion of the cost him a fortune and made his by a man named McGlnty, probably Deputies Samuol ICoowu Hartford lllil Yon trace which extends from Clark coun- name a household word all over the JoeltoberU, Fonlsville; Tims. It. Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for a forefather of the man who went to Disbnp, Centortown; S. A ty through Bourbon to Stamping world. T. Stovons, In speaking Cromwell. and his elder your troublet? If not, get a bottle the bottom of the se. July 1, 1874, Clarlies Ground In Scott county.socalled iroru Court convenes first Monday iu the act that the latter section was brother, Walter, wcie playing in front now and get relief. This medicine ol the cholern epidemic of 1S33 (he lound to be peculiarly adaptsays he was among the few that blood March and August and oontimiegihrec ol their home on East Washington has been the stamping ground lor buffaloes. Near the Boone grave is also quite Lane, Germantown, when two men ed to the relied and cure of all Female nt their posts ar.d assisted in the bur weeks, and third Monday in May and of many of the victims two weeks. The sea-- , November came along in a buggy or light spring Complaints, exerting a wonderful di-- I ial an extensive cave, which was doubtFOR county courrr. rect influence in giving strength and son at Graham Springs had just open' less frequented by the Boones and wagon. mil iim .Io!i n P. Morton, Judge Hurttnrd. EVEItY member ol ed and those guests who hud nrrivtd Charlie had according to the story- tone to the organs. II you have Loss their companions when they hunted I). M. Hooker, Clerk Hartford. EVERY fomily on beat a precipitins reueat Among bear and dear in the famous cane told by Walter, asked the men for a of Appetite, Constipation, Headache, K. P. Ncal, Attorney Hartford. those who braved the epidemic weie EVEItY farm, in Court convenes first Monday told him that they Fainting Spells, or nre Nervous, brakes on CaneRidge.orcampedwhile ride. The men EVEUY village, in "Uncle each month. top of Sleepless, Excitable, Melancholy or several Southern beauties traveling hem the fort at Boonsbors would give hira a ride from the Jimmy" got them to come down town EVERY Ulo nnd Territory. quAtrrniu.Y court. ough to Blue Lick Springs. It is ad the hill, and also promised to give troubled with Dizzy Spells, Electric Begins ou the third Mnudav in Bitters is the medicine you need. and they rendered valmble fid in Bourbon county, be- .him some firecrackers. fitting that Health aid Strenght nre guaranteed cooking and washing for Jthe afflicted January, April, July and October. FDlv Kduoation, ing the sene of so many incidents in' The two boys walked to tne top o: ' COURT OP CLAIMS. families, the work being done in the FORN(.yMauhool, of the Boones, should be the the hill and they were taken into the by its use. Filty cents and $(.00 at the lives Convenes first Monday iu January, row of little building that stood ubvut and'Tur-tdaFOR True Woinauhood. last resting place of so noted a pio- wagon. Walter wanted the men to Williams & Bell's Drug Store. after the should Monday where Vivion's store now stands. in October. neer, but it is alas, a lack of respect take them to "Aunt Susie's,' a fics Harrodsburg Democrat. rinlrrrl iu Tliroliir UirrHtor OFPirjHng.- OTIIBR COUNTY IT gives all important news nf t'to Natinn. that the grave should be permitted to tltious person. Now that the threshing season is G. 8. Fitzhtigh, Surveyor Sulphur IT give a important news of Hie World. remain overgrown, neglected and for('nmlfmeil TcNiliiiony. piled the boys with candy here we think it well to publbh the The men Springs. IT gives the most reliable market report. Chas B Hood. Broker and Manugotten. It is suggested that the grave while the team was rapidly driven law in reference to N. G. DatiitI, Aaeewwr Cromwell. traction engines, facturer's IT give brilliant and instructive editorials. Agent, Columbus, Ohio, be appropriately marked by order of toward Kensington. Charlie cried which may prevent trouble. Z. (I. Shultz, Sohool Supt. HartIT gives fntciuatinp short stories It is as certifies that Dr, King's New DUcov ford. the Governor, or that the remains be and begged to be taken home. At followv. IT ives an unexcelled agricultuial department. Walery has no equal as a Cough remedy. L. V. Hunt, Coroiwr Sulphur removed to the cemetery at Frankfort Palmer and Richmond streets, It rirea uiontifit apd mechanical inforia.ition. "Any peison, operating or moving and placed by the side of Daniel ter was given a quarter and directed any traction or portable engine on or J, D. Brown. Prop. St J.mea Hotel, Springs. IT gives illustrated fashion articler. C. R. Campbell, Poorhoiise Ft. Wayne, Ind., testifies that he was IT ives humorous illustrations. Walter Champ, in Courier. to get the fireworks in a cigar store. along any highway or Boone. private pass-wa- y cured of ITcivcseutortuinment and old. Cough of two years standing, Keeper, Hartford. Journal. The boy obeyed, and returned to find or lane in this State.that is movJUSTICES COURTS. IT gives fatislaciiin everywhere to everylMxly. caused by Li Frippe, by Dr. King's that the wagon, the men and his ed in whole or in part by steam pow1'unIib-NIhiiA. S. Auix March 3, June 1, SepW lurnUh THE REPUBLICAN ami Uncle hHiit'H 1'iat IEW YORK WEEKLY brother were gone. Ills er, shall send, and keep at least two New Discovery. B. F. Merrill, tember 1, December 1. "Filty years ago in July, 1847 TIUHUNK, both iwpem Mass , says that he has crowd and in this hundred JontB. Wilson Match 0, Juhofi, Uncle Sam issued his first postage tears brought a yards in advance of said enfriend gine, a messenger, whose duty it ustd and recomment'ed it and never I September 4. December ). tamps,"writes Fannie Mack Lolhrop crowd was H. C. Peacock, a boy to knew it to fail and would rather hac C. L. Woodwahd March V2. in the Tuly Ladies' Home Journal. ol the family, who took the shall be to warn all peisons of its ap' une H" September 10, December 10 it than any doctor, because It always seven years before, his parents. proach, and render such assistance as "In England, Jas. A. Bowi 10 March 20. AddreM all orders to the Walter told an accurate and coher- shall be necessary to secure the safes cures. Mrs Hemming, 222 li. 2Mb. 19, September 18, December 18. June Rowland Hill, 'lather of the penny St. Chicago, always keeps it at hand and gave ty of all such .persons; and any perpost,' introduced the 'sticking plast- ent story of the abduction B. F. GiuvEH -- March 25, June and has no fear of Ctuup, because it 20, September 23, December, 24. ers' as the stamps werecontempuous-l- y a full description of the abductors. sons failing to comply with the proThe police were unable to discover visions cf this section shall be fined instantly reliever. Free Trijl Bottles called. John M. Niles, our tite your name and address on n poatal card, send it to Geo. W. Bes unGeneral at that time, tried he- any trace of the child, and it was Room a. Tribune Bulldine, New York City, nnd sample copy otTHK not less than ten nor more than fifty at Williams & Bell's Diup Stcre. na dollars for each offense. " NBW YORK WBBKLY TRMUNK will be mailed to you roically, but in vain, to move Contil July 4th that anything in the The urn Trliri.n Which has just betn signed by the gress to authorize stamps for this ture ol a clew came to the searcntis. country. His successor, Cave John- This was in the shape of a letter from THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE, President, may be appropriately considered an Industrial Declaration of son, was more fortunate, and the bill the supposed abductor. The writers Independence An officlnl text of the was approved Marcu 3, io47i me nmmlwH to communicate with Mr. Lung Troubles and Consumption can law had just been published by the stamps not being issued.however, till Ross again a lew days. be cured. American Protective Taiifl League, August though the time appointed Two days later they wrote, demandand should be carelully examined by was. July 1. Only two values of the ing f 20,000 ransom for the return of An Eminent New York Chemist and Protectionists ought new stamps were introduced in 1847, the boy. This was promptly raised eircry citiZ'-n- . S. E. Cor. 5th and Market Sts, Louisville, Ky. ScientisFMakes n Free Offer the to have u few copies of this law for a five and a ten cent stamp, bearing, by the friends ol Mr. Ross, but iFt-r- i 5-tl- i KLVS CnnAM IUI.M It a poilUrecarc. to our Readers. t- glv-e- n distribution. l'ive copies will be Applj Into tho nclTlli. It It qakklj aluoitxd. ed respectively, the portrait of Franklin police stepped in and asked to be Aflonls the beat facilities fur thoiouRh practical training in SHORTt DniKclili br null Washington in case. This was sent to any aldress for ten cent'. cenu BROTHERS, orM Warwn; umpln 10c. by tnilL in a bronze tint, and the conduct ol the ELY 6t, Ntw Toii Chj. HAND. TYI'B WRITING and The distinguished New York Chem- Ask Success assured in lor Document No. 30 and address black. granted, and Mayor Stockely offered ist, T. A, Slocum, demonstrating his W. F. Wakeuian, Terms moderate. TI!KI?B MONTHS. Pupils assisted to POSITIONS Gen'l Src'y, 135 "The first purchaser o! stamps in a reward ot $30,000 for the arrest of discovery of a reliable and absolute when competent. niisineas men furnished Stenographers l'RBB OP the United States was Henry Shaw, the kinnapers and the return of the cure for Consumption (Pulmonary West 23rd street, New York C1IARGB the father of Henry Wheeler Shaw, boy. The immef.se reward attracted Tuberculosis) ind all bronchial.tbroat, Thrice-a-wee- k lung and chest diseases, stubborn (better know as Josh Billing, the hu- world wide attention and set thouscoughs, catarrhal affections, general morist.) Mr. Shaw was in the Posts ands of detectives at word and mills decline and weakness, loss of flesh, TltfU- li n Mmlll ;iiiii.ii : irtrr master General's office on August 6, ions of tongues wagging. and conditions of wistincr away, will llpttui vnirtt. or a 1847, when Mr. Johnson entered with During several weary months Mr. send THREE FREE BOTTLES (all the printer from whom he had just Ross received 16 letters from the ab- different) of his New Discovery to any afflicted reader of Tub RnrunuCAN received sheets of the new stamps, ductors, but they were so carelully writing for them. Mr. Johnson passed a sheet to Mr disguised that no clew could be found His "New Scientific Treatment" last July we arc ttill headquarters tor all giving to the writers. The entire communi- has cured thousands permanently by Notwithstanding our btjrat-ou- t Shaw for inspection. Alter the stamps a hasty glance Mr Shaw, ty had become intensely excited over its timely use, and he considers it a 1 inds of perhaps with an eye to future fame, the case and volunteers stood guard simple professional duty ,to suffering humanity to donate a trial ol his inretook out his wallet, counted out over almost every letter box in the fallible cure. cents and purchased one ol each city, but with no result. Sc ence daily develops new wonBest quality of fc'tee' and Chilled P'ow. Both Walking and Hiding Urjkew. variety. The 'five' he kept as a The ttue solution ol the question ders, nnd this gteat chemist, patient- Corn Drill, Check-roFlunters, Hiding and Walking Cultivators with ami the 'ten' hepresenttd to Gov- (to the satisfaction of the police) came ly experimenting for years, has results as beneficial to humani- without tonguoe, Disc Harrows, Fenciqg Wire plain nnd baibcd. Osbarno ernor Briggs as an appropriate gift." many years ago. Superintendent of ty us can be claimed by any modern Mowers and Binders,IIuber Threshing Maehiuc.Trnctinn engine. All above Note Heads, letter Heads, Police Walling, ol New York, found a genius His assertion that lun&troub Imp'ements are guaranteed to be oi the best quality. First-clasrepairing UUo ol Ihu lllijcie. Dill Heads, . clew that ended in fixing the crime c f les and consumption are curable in ot all kind) done prompt')'. Statements, g n'so a full lino of a spec'a'ly, The bicycle may be regarded as the aeduction on Williams Mcwher any climate is pi oven by "heartlelt You will find is a. ur oUlctand or First nnd buaineM Cards, Circulars, Utters f gratitude, "filed inhisAmer fertilizers for tobacco. a product of the past fifty ami Joseph Douglass, notorious burlaboratories in Kiilro 1 St. Co'iio in and seo u. "" years. Witbia that tiaie the vehicle glars who had leng had their head- loan xnd Run Veiling Caid,. Dodgets, thousands from those cured In all process of dehas passed through a parts of the world. quarters in Philadelphia. Wedding- Invitations, Horse Bills, velopment in the singular nature ol Medical axpttts concede that bronTht police were looking lor the two BEAVER DAM, KY. Prescription Blanks, Jack Bills. which is shown by the (act that the burglars when the residence of Jndjfc chial, chett and liin troubles lead to last, or evolved, form has lewer point Van Brunt nt Baj ridge was entered Consumption, which. uninteirupteJ meant. ami reunaiu death. of similarity with the types which by burglars December 14 1874. and Simply wtilr to T A Slocum. M immediately preceded it than it has fk'dt-qlas- s weie attnek-- d by a brother of "hi' C , 98 Pine Miiet, New Y.nk, . (jiving W 1 Tal U--h TTJV II IO iiddrt-sswith the first crank di iven bicycle ol Judge and levural servants. and One 01 postultice ai'd .Xj.iithe Irre iiif trine will be p omptly 3S 184 . the burglars wus shot deul and tin sent Siifli-iershculii nntn.it advan McMillan or D1U1II, in Hngtaiid in other was mortalls wounded Thfj lagenl his generous propositi n Do You Get CORRECT FIT? .1 crank driver rear weie Mosher and DougUs, Mih 1840 devitd PleR e tell the D etor that you saw jM 1 J whel diiveu bicycle ThH macniuo was in the death llnoea. The latter liifc oiler in the RlU'l'HUCAN. YOU RECEIVE THE had its two wheels ol about the same gasped: "It's no us lying now BENEFITS The Deiuorratlr newspapers of the tin tear wheel being fitted with Mother and YEARS SUCCESS flule Charlie Rote ..or c tintrv Hi driving cranks. The sad le a plac Metier knows all about liiiil." net treating Senators in HIGH GRADE TAILORING by were ft ed 1 )W and the lever 02TC3., Tin l inic burvW was t.iMth't Vet Mills nnd Junes and other ORDERING YOUR SUITS AND OVERCOATS ol the Wilson law quite right connected with driving cranks bj his partner wts dead. jtintlemen start-.- ) pitmen. "Tlion G'xl he'p It' poor wife aim rhr e OF m with amotion During the uloclptdc mania ol lamlly," u,aspl the Uiui nwn the taniTdli-ritsxTHE GREAT CHICAGO MERCHANT TAILORS, 1868 69 a French inventor named "He knew about Charlie hut ore g!f.,t merit of I he Wilson The chl'd w Makh.a it h d Iw some in) ste- We guarantee to fit and please you, and sane you money. lieru flint emplojtd the elm geai will be returned in a lew d iys The Republieau and the IuUvlIIe Commeroial . . . ."81.25 1'tiU machine contain-dul- l un ptnreift unt quite explained, lu- with aiice. 1 Thechltd, however, wag never re 8AMPLE8 TO SELLECT FROM "liMfpd ihu ixpoilattmiH nl uur home ' " the fiuudatiun principles ol turned. and 1.50 d the mo lorn safety, except the rotary Tho.Dcinocintic press 0tybeDarnocrat.... 1,76 Mr, Row,, who was n prosperous uiHiiul .rititM " and pjdal cranks. In 1869 Sumicl An merchant at the time of Charlie a ab- however, has come to the aid of " and Now York Tribune 125 dercon, an American, improved this duction, spent his entire fottunu in Meatus Veat, Mills et nl. with an exs " nnd Louisville Daily Post 2 76 devi.e by doiug away with the small the search for the boy. As long ako plauatlon as to the ttue cause of these Such leading er sprocket wheel. Further improve as December, 1880, Mr. Ross wm large cxpmtut'otis. I)mc cratlc papen as the Philadel-phi- i ments were made by Shearing in En- quoted as saying: Record, Memphis Scimitar, New gland, aided by De Toivtllc in France "The only tidings I have ever re while Wilson in Itnglaud deviated celved of Charlie since he wa stole" Yoik Journal 01 Commerce, and othII I had ers, now ,d it, that shobt-hanteleqbapbt, penmakjhip, eto. this increase has irom the couise the other inventors was the demand for $20,000. ald that I would luve lud him lon; been largely, If not entirely, due to taking by placing the driving were cfore this As it is, I li ve ((pent COdevice on the front wheel of the ma $60,000 and never gotten him. I the Inability of mantilarturcs to find CONSTIPATION ur own chine. In 1876 Ilonry Bates appears still have detectivis employed hiuI a market at home, sine ! n I im'umiiiiiiiMUMiiiiiiin markets were filled with foreign 10 4 ed in Rngland with the "Shadow" hope in time to find him. I have ALL Who desires to hotter his or hor condition in life, should wrlto for more than 310 lost cUililn DRUGGISTS good, and tl'c people were unable to ol Law In 23 50 then f'jllowtd the uiu vaiuiogau oi xuo the seatch, some of whom had cwuttiirethIJtalIjiit-- I 11TDI buy in considti able quantities became flDOUhUltjllI V nniniNTPFl),(,nl7t"orl,tlpitln Hll in 1879, both ol which contained been Stolen, but none ol thtm u UUflllfllUlCUii.r liner prlp or rlpe.tiut ram. tu;iiiitiir.!rlt. Bim-- I snScgEi3SfflSBi I ! v Mh..i a 1'ivaau iHMJkict nre lil .irivni tvmi jit riiuM Hunutai v - i ftAv,..k iviti safte w. ww the element ol iLe of lack of empl j nient. Charlie." Republic. ortti m auuiHiHaai t muiavii4UW, ,V. Mm4mmmmmctmmi -' FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1897. Hartford Republican. PIONEER'S GRAVE. bicycle, but in Awkward and distorted form. Th American Star was the next rear dtiven bicycle, and this, through various short lived novelties, led to the "Rover." The commercial success of the rear driven, changedgoared safety bicycle dates Irom the nppearancc of the catalogue oi a bicycle firm of Coventry, In thN catalogue Bug., for 1835. this firm first offered to the public This their "Rover Salety Bicycle." was the prototype oi me modern wheel. In incredibly short time this style of bicycle became unanimously unpopular, and in a very ie v years gained complete compltte control ol the blcjcle market. Modifications oi this style of machines soon followed, chief hinong which was the drop Irames, or as it is now known, the ladies' wheel.- - National Record. l'ron,rllj' In Hllliliil, fju'iiinnfiiiiiimi innp iiiiHif hi imninin 'Hi - nil I WlCt'lIUfl Constipation General Directory. Ho ods SQUIRE LILLARD T0I1IA Pills! r.iujiin "'' s IFLbj, nm.!i! ItffTT The Kind You Have 1 Always Bought, Bears the Signature of 9 il Not Nahc otic. 1 k."R0sT r, (&?& WRAPPER BOTTLE. 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