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With what care, therefore, should the Expectant Mother be guarded, and how great the effort be to ward off danger and make her life joyous and happy. sounding uf the Motlicr shapes the course unborn L'cner.iti on s goes through all the The Haeteobd OFFICIAL SRCAK - JLj AJ3. L L L K.W rRT.IlUN JL DISTRICT, 1- 9 pieasam soap ior the skin. "Nothing else like it;' t The most refreshing and 4 OF THE PARTY IH THE FOURTH C0NORESS10KAL MOTHER'S FRIEND allays all re- VOL. IX. HARTFORD, KY., tfRIDAY, JULY 23, 1897. cision of the mother was repented to the father. Without a word, the borfc was turned and Mr. Stevenson drove back to Bostoii. When Grace heard of this she said nothing and madenocomplaint.butal tcr supper she said she was going out and it is assumed that she was going to her lather. She sold she would be back shortly, but she has not yet re- No. 52. $100 GIVEN AWAY of MEOUS JSOAP IRELAND Is Where Miss Grace THE FAIR. New Attractions and Large Premiums. lieves the 'and Nau- Cramps, Headache daughter's return. Mr. Stevenson's intimate friends say it is a significant (act that during the entire first months of her disap"A eiiitomfw whoao wlf nstd Mother's Friend' pearance before the fact was made Father and Mother. ajfthat It ilio Lid to go through thoorcJe.il public he never once referred to the f ealn, q4 tlitie vera but four Lttl( to be tbtolMd.andtheoMtwiitioojoo iwr bottle, lie would havollieiii.'' Gbo.Laytoj, Dajrlon.obio fact that she was missing, and did Tho Loxlngton Story Is not seem to be worried about anything a Fako. ltat hj Mill, ontoreceipt of nrlet, il.04r1:RnO'a. Hook KXl'EUTANT MOTHERS" in spite of the fact that she had been ,Ji (r upon application, containing rab untied accustomed to visit him iea.ularly. awe information and voluntary tcttlmonlaU, IS NOT IN THIS CITY. Then, when the story .was published, TncBradncld regulator Co., ATUNTa.Oa-iit ah. kuiiiiii, be was very much excited and said be Boston, July Grace, the missVTho rui thick woulS have given anything to have Wanted-- An Idea of iotu tlmpl ing daughter ot 14 James Stevenson, Is kept it from the public. tt)lDStUltOtf ow wfth. rra(ct rour wmj 7 WJ lrinf now supposed to have sailed from Mr. Stevenson, according to reliacurt. U Mill mt ton, d, v thfir i.hj pntootTtr una lui of two iiundrtvl .or inrtniloat watl. New York lor Ireland wllhiti a few ble informants, made this exact stateWTo-n- o days alter she left her home in Brook-linfor Fifty Cent. ment just previous to her disappearffairMicx! tobacco bbtt euro ciato. weak .Pro-nounc- od d e. sea, and so to be. fully prepares the system that Childbirth is made easy Likely Visiting hor Undo, a ana me time ot recovery shortened ninny say "stronger after Manufacturer. than before confinement. It insures safety to life of both mothHOME. er and child. All who have sed REASON WHY 'SHE LEFT HER Mother's Friend " say they will never be without it again. No other remedy robs confinement of its pain TheTrouble Between her Stevenson is Said t Evorybody Should Attond tho Ohio County Fair. SEPTEMBER 30- -3 turned. No reward has yet been offered, but Mr. Stevenson is quoted as saying that he would give $5,000 for his DAYS. The Ohio County Fair will b held this year September 30 and continue 3 days. The grounds have been greatly Improved, new fencing has been put up.and new attractions have been added, until the l'dlr promises to be a gala time time this year. It is a home institution, and is for the benefit of the agricultural and commercial-interests of Ohio county. It is a place, for the farmer to display what hejias r$ftied, Jt Is the place to exhibit his fine stock so that the people may know something of our county- CjtQ UrODtf, bloxl puro. fiOo fl AUdruirtiiH. John Steventon has been lor MERCHANTS years n successful merchant at Hellnst and Is a manufacturer oi high grade underwear. lie is twelve or lourteen yearn younger than James, and the two brothers never met until the spring of 1896. James Stevenson ran away from home when he was 12 years old, and at that time his brother John had not been barn. The elder brother enlisted aid served uitli creditin the Crimean war, and then eame to America without returning to his home iu Ireland. Within the last ten years, however, thtre had been mpre or lens corrw peadencc betweeu James and John, and the tw lutd comt to know much of each other. In the course of his manuafecturing life John Stevenson had built up sales of his product in this country, and a year ago last spring he came to Amer-c- a witli the combine purpose of attending to Bomebusincsfl in New York and visiting bis elder brother in Boston. A great Intimacy sprang up between the two brothers during the month that John spent in Boston, and James' children grew fond of their uncle, James Stevenson and his wife did not agree. Stevenson left home and went to live at a hotel, but continued Grace to pay his family's expenses. was the only bond between her lather and tuolher, and prevented a formal She called on her father separation. almost daily at the hotel. On Sunday night previous to his daughter's disappearance Stevenson stayed at his wife's home and seemed to enjoy the company ot his daughter, who was with him much of the time. When he telt the house Monday morning, the he parted day of the disappearance, with Grace at the front door, and she asked him to return that evening, lie said he would do so. During the afternoon the young woman went to Boston, and, on her return told her mother that she had called on her father and spoke of the manner in which he received her. There was no opposition to this, and nothing further was sjiid about the matter, although the mother had at other times suggested to Grace that to be seen going into any hotel too frcqiieutly would not prove ot benefit to her reputation, and urged her not to visit the Clarandon too often, but rather to go to Mr. .Stevenson's office as much as possible to see her father, Monday afternoon Mr. Stevenson drove Into the yard with his son, iu accordance with the agreement made with Grace iu the morning. His wife spoke to the son, told him there had been all the trouble in the house she proposed to stand, and said that Mr. The de Stevenson could not enter. BBBJSifl crafuu BM I u, and mm Tnde-Marl- ti obtalntd and all Vat- -' v nat iarraaiTcu(e. T M crrtuctM IW Moaiaara Pita. PATaarOrriaaJ mnil.lCiCT'mr rfUk.. aata U riBwiirr. ."? aw. C.A.SIUOW&CO. Patkmt Ornc, : aW rHMa OsrMV4MtUlMMtlMk4. WAtHINOTOn, M .1til.l ant, i M la the U. 5. and frreiaa cooUimC AildritA, D. C. OrF. i 'Stfs- - The list of premiums are large. The racing will be fine. The following premiums have been offered for ance: tunning and trotting: Her "Grace cannot live at home. First day 3 minute trot and pace, mother makes it hard for her because mixed purse, $50.00. Half-miland repeat running, she is so attached to me. When Grace Is at home it is nothing but badger purse, $50.00. and badger all the time,andhcr moth2:40 trot purse, $50.00. class Second day er is all the time scolding her, simply . because she clings to me. Grace canclass pace, $60.00. not stay at home. Why, her health Lately she Ohio county colU i years old is being' underminded. mlle dash running, $40.00. has become as thin as a rail. Her health won't stand the constand railjrullc dash running open to all, Grace cannot $60 00. ing she gets at home. class stand It." Third day trat, $100,00. RnwawM SIM On half dle desk running, $75. Tde tkgdtrt of thH) psytt nlH It, minting, Oea kalf mile is at bmt pleated to ltaiu thtt oae dreaded ditense that science has fc'ioe. Toai Kichrls' aots, one halt mils been abl to cure in all its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cuie dash running, $50.00. One half mile and repeat running Is the only positive cure known to tor beaten horses, $50,00. the medical fraternity. Catarrh bedisease, requires ing a constitutional e $75-ooe e SI. tkr 4peat AUSTIN F. O. AUSTIN, C31 HOTEL M'gT-- . WoBt Market Stroot twnon 5th and Gth, Bo Mi: Louisville, Ky. R. L. DAKKR a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by ballding 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 lor any case that it fails to cure. Send for list of Address. testimonials. F .J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists. 75c. Hall's I'almuy nils are me Lest. HOW TO FIND OUT. Fill a bottle or common water glass with urine and let it stand twenty-fou- r hours; a sendlment of settling indicates n diseased condition of the kidneys. When urine stains linen It is positive evidence of kidney trouble. Too frequent desire to urinate or pain in the back, Is nlso convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder ore out of order, WHAT TO DO. nomination, nntl giving or accepting He bribed $7,200 for that rftippiit Mr. Richntd'on with an $r 8 m deptts tyshlp nnd got the iinnln it Ion. "The no called silver 'Democrats do not constitute tite Demrcrntic party of Kentucky or the tuition. The d gold Democrats are the middle ol Democrats, just as we intend to be the middle road Populists. There is to be no more fusion for us. The sliver Democtats had a chance to return a political favor which we rendered by supporting Mr. Bryan, but they did not accept it. I wanted their indorsement for Clerk, but under no circumstances would I have withdrawn for the promise of a deputy-shi- p. I might as well cell out for the cash. It is the same thing morally. silver Democrats "The are trying to ride on the silver wave to victory, bu they aret going to be disappointed. In my candid opinion free silver will not be the issue in the next presidential race. At the last hour the Republicans will take actiou, possibly something in the nature of it as the Sherman act, and an issue. "The National Democratic party Is bound to be the Democratic party of the future. It has been logical and true to its teachings. On the other hand, the silver branch of the Democratic party has gone helUbent tow ard the Populist party and Its teachings. It is clear to my mind that one ol two things will happen to the silver wing. The Populist will absorb the ultra silver men in It. and the more conservative will go back to the real Democratic party, or else the silver wing of the Democratic party will go further at their next National end adopt not only a part but the etaMo FopuBaU platform. Thay will with free silver, bat will tak the Oovernment ownership of xallroads and all other Populist teachings. If the latter course is pursued they will seek to make the Government ownership of railroads the issue in the race for President. There is not a single old-tiDemocratic principle in the Chicago platforffi It is Popullstlc throughout. No sir, I do not believe free silver will be the issue iu 1900." "Gen." Coxcy, while in the city, said that he would return to Louisville during the State campaign and make a speech lor Mr. Parker. the-roac side-tracnt To tho Moat Popular Toacu-orsOhio County- ffhipssu It lasts twice as long: as others.! n inai win conTinca you oi lia grtat merit. Will plcaie tha most hiUdloua. tttiatanc (m UT,Jmttr.S The RnruULiOAN lion always been tt itp Clbrks: Louisville AND T. O. BAKBR. Dental Co., CASTORIA For Infants and Cbildr. tin TOffS. k&rfSS' TO GO ALONE QWE.NSBORO, KY. Gold Crowns f 5 to $7 3 to 5 Porcelain Crowns Beet set oi teeth (no better made no matter how much you pay) . fS $1 up Gold fillings 75c aiver fitting Hxtracting, per tooth 25c extracting with Vitalized rainless 4W.M.t. Populists In Butlor Nomlnato a Full ConntyTlcket. The People's party ol Butler county met iu in convention at Cool Spring church, July 3, 1897. Wm. II. Barnes was made chairman ot the meeting. The convention nominated a full county ticket, and several strong speeches were made urging the Populists not to fuse with the Democrats. The committee on resolutions brought in a majority and minority report. The minority repot t which is as follows was adopted; We the Teople's party ol Butler county, In convention assembled this the 3rd day of July, 1897, at Cool Spring church, believe that the management ol the Populist campaign of 1896 was not iu accorduuee with the wishes of the great masses ot voters of the party and that it has proven a great disaster to the patty and a obOructbu to tkc prlneipltg we We luittitt blhntJtat advocsUo. the patty is now la a dUotKimiied condition and in danger of falling to is decay unless its management changed. - Air 5c nxtroctlnfr free when Artificial Teeth are ordered. Office permanently located. False teeth will do to eat with, but There is comfort in the knowledge glass eyes won't do to see with. Loss so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's of sight is a serious thing. GranuSwnmp-Root- , thegreat kidney remedy fulfills every wish in relieving pain lated lids, styes and sore eyes often in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder result in the loss of sight. Sutherand every part of the urinary pas- land's Eagle Eye Salve Is a guaransages. It corrects inability to hold teed cute. It strengthens weak eyes. urine and scalding pain in passing it, It is harmless. Druggist sell it. or bad effects lollowlng use of liquor, wine or bear, and overcomes that un- For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. pleasant necessity of being compelled to get up many times during the Tree PUN. niriht to urinate. The mild and the Send your address to II. E. Buck-le- u is extraordinary effect of Swamp-Roo- t & Co., Chicago, and get a free soon realized. It stands the highest lor us wonderful cures of tne most sample box of Dr. King's New Life distressing cases. If you need a Pills, A trial will convince you of medicine you should have the best merits. These pills are easy in Sold by druggists price fifty cents and their one dollar. For a sample bottle and action and are particularly effective pamphlet, both sent free by mall, in the cure of Constipation and Sick mention The Hartford Republican Headache. For Malaria and Liver address troubles they and send your full have been proved into Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blnghamton, N. valuable. They are guaranteed to be Y, The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this of- perfectly free from every deleterious fer. substance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, HOT-SHO- T but by giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the system. Regular size 25c. per box, Sold by SIIWillirms & Bell Druggist. post-office friendly to tho teachers ot Ohio coun ty, and has always received subitan tial aid from them and we have now determined to givo $100.00 in pres ents to the teachers tu a voting com test. We have four prizes, valued at 30, $25, 825 and 820, which wo are going to give away. We are going lo allow tho teachers and people to say who shall have theeo presents. Two oi tho prizes will bo given to the two most popular lady teachers and two will bo giveu to tbo two most popular gentlemen teachers. Wo will pubish every week two coupons in The RErom.ioAN and all votes must bo peed as printed. It makes no difference how you get hold of tho paper, just so you uso tho printed form as no other will he counted. The prizes will bo distributed as follows: 1. To tbo young lady teacher who receives tbo largest number ot votes we will give one of Geo, F. Cram's New Universal Globes, valued at 830. It is tho finest Globo that is made. 2. To tho young gentleman teacher who receives the largest number-o- f votes wo will give one of Cram's Now Universal Atlas, valued at $25. 3. To the young gentleman teacher who receives the second largest number of votes, we will gire a scholar ship in King's Commercial Collogo of Lousvnle, valued at $25. 4. To the young lady teacher who receives tho ccond largest number of votM, w will give a stholarship m Kujen College at HodgeauvilU, vaud at 820, making in all a total of 8100 lo give to tho tMchers. Wo have made arraugemeuts with tiupt. tihullz to take chargo of voting contest, to open the ballot box, couut tho votes, &c, The contest will close on the last day of the Ohio County Teachers' Institute, which will bo held some time in August, The voting will be perfectly fair, and Mr. Shullz, together with of Examiners, will count tbo votes and the prizes will bo awarded that day. Go to work and vote for your choice. Send all votes to Z. II. Shultz, Hartford, Ivy., and he will put tbem in the ballot box. We can furnish exfra copies of The Ketuu-lica- n to anyone who wants to voto at Co per copy. If you want many copies, leave your order a week before Mlr.d CHARLES F. MILLER. FRIINCK MILLED TOILET SOAPS AND PERFUMERY, "aef.ea PROFESSIONAL E8TADMSHBD, 189. CARD. Lancaster, Penn. flTTBlIY JT AW - l(AKTa')ltl, KY. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given t- collections. Office east side of puh'ii square. M, L. Hkavmn. Shelby Taylor. Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Attorney at Law Beaveii Dam, Ky. Perry Wostorfield, Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, iu Commercial Hotel. R. R. WEDDING Hartfoiii), Ky. Will prgstke hit jwioWif) in all ft Murts ofOleitnti eilfirtBMM CftTefal fttUktfoji nlfl h t x buiineu ntruttoi to kls Gel lections a specialty. Office over Ohie County Bank. Also Notary Public. Attorney at Law, HJlR.TJO.KJD, ky. a. 3ES. KY. Will practice his profession in the Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn ties. Special attention given to col lections. Office in Courthouse. Alt orney edt Law, HARTFORD, JNO. B. WILSON, 3. WJE3j&.JLm, (umnty .dMorney) Attorney aiKY7 Law HARTFORD, given SPECIAL attention abstracts, to making col also Notary Publio lor Ohio County. Office North sido of ptiblic square. &c, hand. Remember wd will givo 20 votes with every new subscriber to The Get your friends to subscribe and give you tho coupons, and by this means your candidato will win. I Attorney at Law Ky. Hartford, Will practice his profession in oil tio Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, L O O T Attorney at Law, Hhutford, Ky Will practice and adjoining tention given to bis care. building. his profession in Ohio counties. Special atto all business entrusted Office iu Republican J.B. VTCKERS, a h o o 1 .. i 3 o S. o Attorney at law HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice in all the Courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties. Special atOflico tention given to collections. with Couuty Attorney. ARMISTEAD JONES, a o S Si WanteiHiinifiaSsa th.r c mar 1de.at rrotoot roor WEliDEHDBUN bring yon ueaUb. CO Patent Altoi-a.rWrite JOHN Cor tn.lr al.tu) rrtio otter Waihlnaton, V. and lUt of two hundred Iut.uUod. wanted. Jit-Trmi- f all tha pain MdiJckflssatrara which woman suffer U caused by veakneas or s darangoment In the organs of monttruatlon. ' Ir1 04MTIA, ILLS., Not. H. 19M. Medlelna t . St Iouu, Mo, - Wa wld jraar, BOO bottlaa ot OllOVlfa '8TL.KBS ClIltL TOHIO and bar intuitu thus aruu already thia jtu. in all oar , In lb. drug bolne.. Uiuo ol 1 auM an artitla that lata .uin uolroraal tail vouritrulr. 1action M jour Tvulo. IS JUST A8 GOOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE 60 cts. CHILL TDNIE l.t For Mle by Williams & Bell. TA5 TELES5 Nearly always whan a woman Is not crjani are affected. they are strong and woman Is very teldom well thow But whon healthy a ilck. n wt WElRf ofj Is nature'i provision for tho regulation ol tha menstrual function. It It oures all " female troubles." U equally effective for the girl In her teens, tho young wife with and maternal cares, and the woman approaching the period kaown as the " Change of Life." They all need tt. They are ell benefitted by K. mmi ciSaStt nanaIMIKI1 sloRSSSlH LH1JIXAL1 yiuy 4MUU1! yallUKAW" direction., Tha Crutuaaof a MUcln Co., Caatta nocia. Term. TWOS. ). COOPER, Tup.U, t U. .1.1. r aulI.Md frAm Ik. .J.I.. M... AA.il..a MUrl.l addrl.i. elfin irmctama. rh. 'Tulle.' Advlury Denrtm.nt." Im CI H U H jjwrtin'ieif? 1 vM raV'Tritl Iff aMlTni0km mmx.myi rvr JIHtfTBtf J In IllMil INfill 1 BL .aunuw l&Myi .fflMIN v.rv Irt.nul.f sad ptlnlul fflinttruatlon ana doctor eouli not rolltva htr. Wine et Caroul cntlrdi eur.d Mr and alie hclpid ml notnir urevgn mi tnar j ei Ulll.,lirll aj HI HI lu, (Kate m iMIl atui I The new chill cure, Dr. Bell's Chill Tonic tastes better, nets Who better, is better than any other. It laxative, dicombines Says Froo Sllvor Will Not bo gestive and stimulating properties, tonic making it an ideal tho Isbuo - In 1000 as well as an effectual and permanent t cure for chills and fever. For sale by Mr. Jo A. Parker, the Populist Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. leader, returned Thursday from the Populist cpnference at Nashville. He was accompanied to this city by "Gen." J. 3. Coxey, oi Ohio, who ttts bara a few hews Mr. Parker announced In positive terms t a representative of the Courier Journal that he was not going to withdraw from the race for Apellate Clerk. He says he will receive about Mr. Henry Roth, of 1848 South 9th the usual Nollie. 20,000 votes, and claim that several Street, St. Louis, was given contagious for It has been reported that I was at prominent sllvetite leaders have mercurial treatment twice pronouncblood poison, He was the head of the movement to get Wm. pledged their support for him as ed cured, but the dlseaae returned each Baltzell, of color, on the Republican against tbelr own nominee. Mr. time, lie waa seized with rheumatic cot- ticket, and that I was hired by the Shackelford. He states further that palna. and red lumps and sores uuu, crcu 111a Democrats to do it. I wish to duny several Sllvetite nominees for Legls- was In a hor"I rible fix" he the statement and say that I have as J lature have declared to him their In says, "and the voted the Kennbllcnti ticket, uml tentlon of caucusing with the Popumore treatI ment I receivhad nothing to do with getting him lists in the next Legislature. jftWW Mr. jr ed, the worse I in-- , to make the race, mid I not was j into the sll- Parker poured hot shots seemed to get. fluenced by any Democrat. A New York verltes. specialist said Rcsp'y, Calvin Taylor. "I shall neither withdraw," said tie could eur m he, "enter into any sort of fusion tne, but Wa No .tluro FtiMmi. treatment did If the action of the PopulUt con- with the silver Democrats. It Is my WUU mc MU tjfy ventions in various States eon be re- intention to challenge all the other whatever, I was stiff and full 01 lied on as In any degree Indicating candidates to joint debUes. I do not pains, my left arm waa uaeleaa so even the to the lutute action ol that party there know whether Mr. Sam J. Shacktl that I was unable was do condition my lightest work. This fold, the silver Democratic nominee, when I began to take 8. S. 8., and a will be no more fusion with Democracy. All recent Stateconventions of will accept, but he Is the very man I lew ootliea convinces inc inai 1 wm I continued the belnir benefitted. PopulUts have declared absolutely want to meet before the medicine, and one doxen bottle cured ' agaiusts fusion with the Democrats. voters of Kentucky. While face to mc sound and well. My syitecn wai mercury, and I If the silver wing of the Democracy (ace with Mr. Shackelford I want to under the effect 0 a complete would toon have ' desire to work with the Populists in ask him what claim he has on the wreck but for 8. B. 8." 8. 8. S.i lauoraMtwd purely uattaile) will have to votes oi the silver men, and what serthe next campaign they Is the only cure do the endorsing; they will simply vice he has rendered the cause. I for real blood dlsover Into the FopulUt want to tell him that he bought his eaae. The merhave to walk treatment coup and support the Populist ticket nomination, ntid In that connection I curial doctor al- of the ith I'tcne V Debs for want to nk him and also Mr. Gua wnvn tinea more probably President, or go it stone, The Popu- Richardson what Is the difference iu harm th.iu good. Beware of mercury! I Books on the disease and Us treatlUts are no l"ni;fr Milling to tee the giving fr ac epting a chief deputy-shi- p ment mailed free to any addrew by for enough votes to receive a Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Oa. Paducah Sun. lull wag the d"g ut a, Poured Into the Free verites by Populist Jo A. Parker, - E o n o I a PUM lauttt, '1IJIK TAULE S 3 and WhUVoy Habits cored at home nltlv-oMlu. Hook o( FUKH. I B.U.WOOI.LEY. U.D. urn. Office 1M K, Prjor ft. I "! E T' 3 Q O l.V I. V. II. II. IlllAVKK KY. 1 GOING EAST. o o a c J; c Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 a. m. No. 222 a 02 p. rn. Mall No. 202 a 7 25 p. m. Past Mall Fast Mall Beware a. a S fiOINO WKST. No. 201 37170. m. No. sei a 12 25 p ra. Mail Local Fraij-k-t 29! a 3 25 n. . W. Ifsnnicic N. Aj. g , Of Mercury! - So E 5 o rt The and Republican o o o the Courier-Journ- al , for one year for $1.50. Henderson route Louisville, Henderson and St Louis Rnilway Company Time Card fiectlve May 30, 1897. HAST BOUND No. 4 46 44 Ly. St Louis 7:56am 8:55pm Kvansvllle 6:50am 2:29pm 245am Ilaudetson Tiisam 2:46pm 3. loam Spottsvllle 7:38am 3:07pm 2 28am Owetisboro 8:18am 3:44am 4:00am Hawesvllle 9:17am 4:40pm 450am Cloverpott 9:45am s:o3pn 5:oam Inilngton io:45"iu 0:03pm 5:57'n ArLoulsville 1235pm 7:45pm 7 30am WBST HOUND 45 No. 41 43 Lv.Loulaville 7:30am 4:50pm 8:23pm Brandenbutg 8:5im 6:09pm 9:30am lrvlngton 9:15am 6.43pm 9:52am Stephenport 9:510m 7:20pm 10:21am Cloverport 10:11am 7:39pm 1026pm Hawesvllle 10:35am 8:04pm 10:58pm Owensboro 11 :35am 9P5pm 11:48pm 12:23pm Spottsvllle 12:17pm 10:10pm 12:45pm Hendersou 12:40 2 45pm 10:40pm Bvanaville 1:15pm 7.20pm Ar StLouls 7:32pm All trains run through solid to rtvaoKvllle. Through Parlor Cars and Pullman Sleepers on all trains betwten St. Louis. Kvansville aud N Leulsville. 4' and w connects for toidsviHe and Har- at Irvlngt-'dlusburg daily evept Sunday. M a TklfU- - OASTOHIA. fpitart X Italll & TttffU. tu tin free-silv- , I bn Alter July 10, the steamer Janie Rae will make two trips weekly between. Hattford and Kvansvllle, arriving at Hartford every Wednesday at 12 o'clock noon. Depattlng will leave same day at a o'clock, p. tu., and arriving every Saturday at 4 o'clock p. m., and departing will leave Hartford every Sunday at 6 o'clock a. iu. For cheap rates of freight or passage, apply on board of boat or to Jas. F, Carson, Agent, Hattlord, Ky. Capt. W. II. Moqrr, Manager. funinil. ll OASTOniA. I iltutut if m& Tl.ffW. tit i?.rr Tiij kk are rumor ol war with for revenue, the word "only" being pioiabnty is H llmm l.iin I iilhirro. tint the next will to a ATTENTION, HEPUBLICANS. Spain nud Japan, but neither, or botb purpoely omitted according to Sena cc lain extent undo what has been Now that We ate about to Lid adieu FRIDAY, JUI,Y 23, 1897. Hopeless Life Gloomy, nt them, will attack 111. to the Wilson law it may not bn ntiln. tor Tillman, who had n hand in the .iceompllihed by a predeewsor. Maw At a Hieeltoifr of theRet ul'otn Comten itlng to point out some ol its failThere la not much In the school construction ol tho platform. Off loo on Fox Street. -- Lnmo, Tlrocl, Nor- Ir was rumored that Sonutor Quay, Mr, Carlisle, in his spceoli buforo ures since it Is impossible to any any mittee of Ohio county held in Unit-for- d, Internal Pains Unci iu Kentucky that 1m particularSymptom Curod vous Evory IsMinl i:crj I'll, inj 111 llnrlliiril, ley. of Pennsylvania, would roliro Irom Ky., July 5, 1897, It wns ordered ly neottrnglng to the teachers, or the thing good In taking leave of n nuns-m- e tlm ricont National Democratic by Hood's Snraapnrilln. politics. A 1111111 ns dtop 111 politics which has brought such t'lstrens that the Republican voters of Ohio SAM A. ANDliUSON made ti happy hit when ho blends of the public school system. "l'or nearly llvo years J nuffrrcd with Editor. ns Senator Quay cannot let loose to charged that A fv j ears since th fund went up to to the country and the treasury. Severn csna of ntoinach troublu. I lnul The county be culled to meet In Conventhe freo silvor Damn Subscription, $1.25 por yoar suddenly ns that; a man who has a crat wero retpoutib'o for tho such a sum Hint the young men and deficit ol $ 25000,000 which it hid tion nt the Court House in Hartford, inlim In my ntoinach nlnl bont-- no Hint I big hold on politics is like the man women ot the stite prepared Hum niide up to the time of McKtnley's Ky , on Morning, August 2, 1897, ot could not nlmul or work without great ljntered nt the post-offiat HnrUord of tho Dingloy Turin bill. Tho puffcrliii,'. MynjijttUe wns vfrypoorand ns second class ninil nintlcr. who lmd hold of tho bnnr's tail ho reives lor the duties of the school- inauguration has been somewhat re one o'clock 11 111. to nominate a enn- - wlicn I'llld out nnytliliii; I mim oliortly Dingloy Bill is Republican measuro . to tinine nfterwnnU Belted with vomltlnit duced by the enormous importations dldate for room ns instructors. I cnuiiot let go easily or readily. A generous riand fills a long felt want. It is not valry existed ns to who should I c 01 tne past three months which weie delegates to the State Convention, win M not rest at It'll t nnd felt lntno nnd t nl.taMllto A recent publication bv tho Now our intention hero to discuss tho beet qualified for the duties of ninde 111 order to escnne duties under Ullfnll Mt.'fitu i.v ...iiinvinv A. .....11.11 10, tired nil over. I lieratno nArvoti and bail vv.fj up; ...I to nominate a candidate for Clerk o f 1111 energy whatever. My life nrcincd York Journal of Conimcrco shows the Uingloy Bill in nny of its feattne youth of the stnte. But the new tariff Uw. Hntu.iiiQt.i.ii.... My liimbnml gloomy and hojielees. full legaMonilcr silver money of tho ures, but to show up tho back for the past few years the futrl out of the increase in receipts bv reason of ' tll Comt of Appeal, and nlso nnine mo to luko IIuchI'h HAnjnmrllln,n(i recently truncd by freo l. delegates to tlic Sixth Judicial and lip hail been takhiR it with ijrent United Stntos to bo $549,'I00,000; of which was paid these teachers has this flood ol importation since the inI b(Rn tnklrtfr It and the first It is truo that free silvor been reduced until the teachers will auguration or President McKlnley, Scenth Scnatotlal District ConvenFrance, ,000,000; of Spain, 823,. ineaKrent dent ot good. I conSenators are responsible for the pns be forced to go into other callings nnd the customs, Internal revenue nnd to- tions. 000,000; of Germany. 3103,000,000; tinued with It regularly and have now It was nlso oideted that the Repub. Blnunt fully rrgnlned my natural uelgbt engo of tho Dingloy Bill. ReTlirco professions, thus leaving the training tal receipts under this law hnve been of tho Straits Settlements, $115,000,. 000; of China, $750,000,000, and of publican Senators voted ngnluat the ol our boys and girls to those who are much less than lu the cotiesponding llcatis of Ohio county bo called to nnd am doltig nearly nit my boimowork." meet nt their lespectlvc voting pre- Mm. Kimda CnocKKit, (Iladntone, Ala. India !)50,000'000. Of tho $4,053,-000,00- 0 bill, thereby destroying tho Repub- incompetent to the task. Year before months of the history of the McKlnREPUL1CAN TICKET. "My blood was out ol order and 1 bad cincts on Saturday, July 31, 1897, at ley law. This Is especially Interestlast the per capita took lican majority. drop and of silver money in tho world no energy. After taking twp bottle ot ing nnd Impottnnt btcnuse ol the 2 o'clock p. in., to select delegates to UooiI'h tiArnnparilla 1 full butler than for came down to $2 76 and last year it But strango to say freo silver Demall but 8020,000,000 is full Election Nov. 2, 1897. what it will be this statements made front time to time by represent and cast the vote of their a year." Marion W. Bmith, Collins-villlegal tender, and mora than half of it ocrats came to tho rescue of tho bill. was only $2.18 precincts In the nloresald County Alabama. threo of them voting for it, while year we do not ns yet have any idea. tne Democrats to the eflect that the has been coined einco 1873. Those Couuty Judge, Jns. A. Park. Hood's SiwHiparllla is sold by druggists. But that it will be much less than it Wilson law was more successful ns a Convention. 1, Hlx for J5. Bo suro to get Hood's. County Clerk, M. S. Itagland. figures tiro published by tho Now several would not voto at all, thus se It was furthermore ordered that the was last year is very evident, esprc-tall- y revenue producer than the McKlnley Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, York Journal of Commerce, a conser- curing tho passago of a bill which basis of representation in each preif the last decision of the Court law. The absolute i.ilslty of this County Attorney, M. L. Henvrin. vative ADAIll'ltlJ. nnd extremely accurate paper, thoy could have defeated if they so of Mr. J. P. Stnfer and family, of Palo, Sheriff, S. T. Stevens. Appeals should stand, and there is statement is shown by the official cinct in said Couuty Convention shall This wonderful chango of whoso statements ou subjects of this desired. be one vote for every 25 and fraction were the guests of Mr. G. S. HamilSchool Superintendent, FonRocers. figures covering the receipts ol the no doubt that thedecision is final. character are always accepted as re. heart among' freo siiverites is not only Jailer, Thos. II. Black. The future outlook for the public Wilson law from the beginning ol Its over 12 east by said precinct for Sam- ton Saturday and Sunday. remarkablo, but likewise humorous. schools Assessor, G. D. Koyal. liable. Mr. Hosn Shown nnd wife, Bctln, of the State of Kentucky is operations down to the mosent time uel Kash, the firtt named Republican Coroner, L. W. Hunt. Is it not Ireeh iu tho minds of all, anything ticl;c'-undevoted for nt the visited the family ol Mr. Thos.llickcy but encouraging to those nnd coniDaring those with the icccipts ultclor " ll,e Surveyor, N. Moxloy. NO DEVICE. how, when Democratic orators grew who feel the McKinley law in the cor- - dtcli,J" November 3, 1896, provided Sunday. nn interest iu such marters. Wo have all along contended that red iu the face discussing the robber MAOISTHATK. Wesley, the little miii of Mr nnd responding months of its existence. that no precinct be deprived ol hnv- Hustler. Hartford Dist Christopher Allen. tho supposed "Fusion Ticket" in this tariff, Democratic hearers would rear The Wilson law has now been in ops iug nt least 2 delegates nnd 2 votes, Mrs John Smith, of this place, who lliiklnr-- -. mill Cromwell DistJontB. Wilson. nnd provided furthermore that ICast has been severely, ill loi the past county would bo placed under the up on their hind legs and howl with "I have called," said the successful eration 34 months. Iu tho&e 34 nnd West Beaver Dam precincts Fordsvillo Diet Jacob Chaucelor. shall week, is somewhat luit-rDemocratic device and that tho Popu-list- s delight? And what is most strango looking business mnu, months thecustoms receipts aggregat"to see you in ed $467,465,248, while in the first 34 hold joint precinct Conventions, ns would not bo recognized, either those now loudest in their demands regard to having a Rev. Joe T. T.tylor fi.Uil his regular little paetry writAnnouncements. shall North nnd South Rockport pre- appointment at the Adnburg Baptist by word or action. Tho bosses hero for freo silver, wero also loudest iu ten about my wonderful 'Spike' cigar. months of the McKinley law the s Iteiircscnlnllvo. receipts were $ 548,452,4 14. The cincts. Thisbisis will allow precincts Church Sunday. said so and it is a sure go. We are authorized to announce It has nil their denunciation of a protective I have read with n great deal of pleasInternal revenue receipts under the votes and delegates ns follows: Photographer Jacksott.of Cromwell, tarifl. along been the aim of the silver ure and profit your verses in the street R. A. BYI3RS Kast Hartford 6 who has been nt Adnburg for the past As a candidate for Representative Democrats to kill tho Populist party Were free silver Democrats wrong cars on the 'Thick Rind Hams,' the Wilson law in its first 34 months were West Hartford 5 month, relumed home last week. from Ohio county, subject to the ac- and the most successful way for them in their ideas of n tariff, or did they Soap Bubble Lamp Chimney,' nnd the S3S2.722.453, and in the first 34 Beda tion of the Republican party. 5 months ol the McKinley law were The fishing nrty last week was 'White Lead Baking Powder." to do it is by forcing tho device ofl advocate freo trado throuch sheer Sulhttr Springs 5 quite a success. We are authorized to announce It wns composed of "Certainly replied the poet, who $433 772.45S- The total receipts unthe ticket and thereby thinking that hypocricy, for the sole purpose of cot. 6 nearly one hundred people. der the Wilson law in Its first 3 1 Mngnti R. C. JARNAG1N Ida. thoy will forco tho Populists to voto ting votes? In the light of their ac- - was trying to help his father support months, f, ending June 30. 1S97, Cromwell As a candidate for Representative him by doing n little .advertising Krrrf boiljr Sj So. Jrom Ohio county, subject to the ac- under the rooster, a thing they will tions on tho tariff, it is nothing but ojiriugs 2 nmount to 59,11,200.652, while the' f Iia niA.1 mah. f 'Amll' r'ntlin-t- l. not do. right nnd reasonable that fair minded rhyme. "Just take a chair, I don't McKiulcylaw In Its tion of the Republican party. North dorful medloal illneovervor tlio Bice, iileav-au- l first 34 months South Rockpoit mind standing at all." 7 and refreshing to tlio tante, net gently Rockport ' It is all bosh about the JJerald's men should doubt then their sincereity nm! iKMltlvely on klilne , liver nnd IkuvHh, For MiiKlmrnlr. "Well," continued the business produced 51.041,048,677, n balance of Select saying that they never put up the de- in the matter of free silver. !oin, dliel cold, 4 elraiitlng the enUrti We are authorized to announce Already man, picducing more than $137,000,000 in favor ol ouni hniilnolie, fever, lialiltual cnnmliintlon u box of cigars, Horse Branch . . " 5 aiiilnlilmi.nf. l'lmae buy ami tryn box vice. It is one of their cunning some of them are beginning to shout "here it is. THOS. H. FAUGHT the McKinley law. They are absolutely the Rosine 8 of (J. O. C to djv; 10, s.v V) renin. Hold nnd As a candidate for Magistrate in the tricks by which they think thoy will that free silver is dead, and is not guaruntiwd to cure by all drugglats. best cigars ever sold for five cent.". I'lilllll-mi- ll Jvast Beaver Dam . . Hlirm. Rosine Magisterial District, subject fool tho Populists, but it will not now nn issue. Wheat is now bringing more mon- West Denver Dam ' Why, the lithographing ou that box I or Nillr to the action of the Republican party. work. The Democratic committee is Free siiverites nro. wonderfully nnd crsts more than most men A desirnble farm of one hundred fi would put ey on the farm than for twenty years McIIenry We are aulhroizcd to announce always telling tho Populists that they fearfully mad. into their cigars. As I said before, past, nnd it is not unreasonable to Centertown 6 acres, situated near Hartford, well I. B. LOWV watered, a good oicheil, two hundred aro going to havo a fusion devieo. that it will gohighcr soon. Still, SiuallhotM they are absolutely superb. They Xlernal Tlallanea As a candidate for Magistrate In the Why bearing trees, good butldings.nnd In don't they do it? Because thoy Is the ptfee of perfect health. Watch are better than any tea cent cignr you the United States has one of the larg- Kflst I'orrtaville . . . good community. RosUe Magisterial District, subject l'or blither parcarrfrully thefirst symptoais of im- can pick up, and equal to most 'that est and best crops in its history. This West I'onlsville to the action of the Republican party think they can hold the Pqpulitts i ticulars eyill nt this office at once, tf line the scheme to kill thoir pure blood. Cure boils, pimples, hu- can be got for fifteen. Besides, as does not accord very well with the Aetnaville llnrklrn'N triilru Miltr, Fr 4nl nonalor. party, bat it will not work. The dye mors and scrofula by taking Hood's you can see, they nre a thing of beau-t- y frantic 'declarations ol silver orators Sliieve The Best Salve in the world for We are authorized to announce to look at. I brought them up so nnd newspapers last fall that the Cuts, IIrult.es, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Olaton has been cast nnd the transfer has Sarsaparilla. Drive away the pains Dr. T. G. TURNER, Rheum, PevcrSorcs, Tetter, Chapped grain was only n Hanna lluford that you might look them over and Of Muhlenberg county, as a candidate been made in tho minds of a few of and aches ot rheumatism, malaria and Hands, Chilblains. Corns, nnd nil for State Senator of the Sixth Senatos tho bosses, but the "goods hare not stomach troubles, steady your nerves be assured that anything you may trick and that it would never occur Bartletta Skin ISrupttons, and jositively cures again. rial District, composed of the coun and overcome that t red feeling by write in praise of them cannot be exHtflin been delivered" and if we know the Piles, or no pay reouired. It Is ties ol Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler, honest, The fact is, the whole tribe of ca aggeration." guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction sturdy Populists of Ohio taking the same great medicine. subject to the Republican party. Total loS or money refunded. "They are certainly fine," slid the lamity howlers are fast being reduced Piicc 25 cents county, ns we, thiuk we do, they are Hood's Tills are the best family poet, Necesuy to nominate 55 per Ikx. l'or sale by Williams & inserting a new pen in his hold- - to the position of n prominent South ,lel- Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn surely going to repudiate any such sale, by cathartic and liver tonic. Gentle, re- er. "I think I have At precinct conventions, known an idea now. Kentucky lawyer who stumped his liable, sure. feels lonesome as he and Hon. Jack which they will lose their identity. party affiliation and a pledge to sup. How would something like this stiike section ror Bryan. He owns a small The Hartford Herald, the supposed Chinn are now almost the only men farm on which he grew wheat which port and vote for am. nominees of the Am to ".Sliilt-Hyou? mifl llimncii." The Government cannot and will of nny prominenco left iu the camp champion of the Democratic party of may search everywhere you he sold last week at the thresher for aforesaid couuty, State, District conthis county, has given up the ghost not exist without political parties, nny do what you like; sixty cents. He was boasting ol the ventions, will be required of nil vot- Scnii-weeklof the siiverites. y Globe-Democr- at and has come out in an editorial sayand the "better the parties, the better If you once get our brand, you 11 al- sale to one of his neighbors, who ers proposing to take part therein. ways be struck on a 'Spike!' " This government coined 21,203,-71- 1 ing that the ticket will be placed un- the Government. A political party drily observed: "You ought to go Young men who have never voted "There." he said, ending with a back right silver dollars last year, or nearly der the rooster, and it ought to have has no hope or prospect of successful away and pay back twenty and those who will be 21 years ol age $1.75. three times as many as were made gono further and Baid that it will be operation unless it is, well organized, flourish, "how about that? Or how cents n bushel on that wheat." before November 2, 1897. with qualiduring the wholo life of the Nation labled the plain "Democratic Ticket." and no organizrtion can stand with- is this?" he went on, without giving fications above stated, may also par "I'd like to know why," rejoined EXCURSiON'TJCKETS out generalship. The necessity for his patron time to consider: ticipate and vote in their respective "crime of '73." pricr to thejso-calleIf you're used to siuokinc cicarettes, the lawyer. "It was good wheat and VIA Tin; leaders is admitted, and since the precinct conventions. Tho offense of Republicau statesmanA CONVENTION. cheap; I think the price will go high For home and country strike; All precinct delegates are urged to is really the repreTho National Democrats held n leader, ship in dealing with the coining has Give up those fearful coffin nails, er." . And smoke a "Spike"' been to give silver a larger use as State Convention at Louisville on tho sentative of the rank and file in this "Yes, but last year you told the be at County Convention on time ns TO THU "Oh," said the manufacturer. farmers all over this section that the convention will be called to order 14th inst. The silver Democrats are day of thought and progress, the cry money than it has ever since the gov ernment was established. probably a wa re of th is al read y , butit of bosses and bossism is vastly over- "that's superb? That's just what I wheat was worth only forty cents n promptly nt o.sn o'clock p. m. done, when object of attack is a rep- wanted! That's really fine! That bushel; that it would never go nny W.A GinsoN.Cb'ra'n Co. Rep.Coin will do no harm to mention it. The AxoTiimt evidence of returning J.no P.Moamv.Sec'y resentative leader and a wealthy man. idea will attract people. I declare, I higher, and that it was really worth " convention was notable for several Exposed and well considered, the never thoughtyou coulddo it. Come no more on account ol ithe appreciaprosperity and confidence is seen in Ami International Imposition reasons. First, the character of those Itlntrln 'm riiilmi cry of the opposition against the nccross to the drug store and we'll tion cf gold." tho announcement coming from BryPursuant to t'ae nbove call, the Rewho took part in it; second, the abworking head of a party on the hack-nev- get a good cigar " an's own s'tate that the western repre"Oh! that was politics," rejoined publican voters of the Rosine Magissence of and thud, tho lines of "slate" and combine is the lawyer. sentatives of several of the lnrgest loan l'or the above occasion tickets will terial District nre requested to select t'oillllllltpp determination of all who participated idle and empty. It is a threadbare And politics is at thebasis of the delegates to the Magisterial Conven-tiot- i, be sold by the Illinois Central Railand trust companies have received noThere will be a meeting of the Ohio that no free eilvente should be elect- imputation made against every sucroad at varying times, rate3 nnd calamity howler here and elsewhere, tice of n change of policy, and given which meets ot Beaver Dam limits, including a ed as Clerk of the Court of Appeal. cessful leader from those who are not County Republican Executive Comticket on sale as the farmers ought to understand. August 7. 1897, to nominate a candiauthority to negotiate farm loans at dally, good to return until November mittee at jrd, Monday, August ino most eminent .Democrats in equipped in brains or principle to 2, 1897, atUartf Courier Journal. . mm mciuuinn tickets date for Magistrate in said Magistelow rates of interest. having limit n o'clock a. m, Kvery tho state, those in whom their is successfully cope with the object of of twenty cinjs, fifteen days and seven rial Distiict. Ww. BRYANT.Ch'm'n member is urged to be present. Imdays; also tickets on Tuesday and tho highest order their impotent demagoguery. It is not a remedy put up by any Silver leaders are quarrelling statesmanship and portant business to transact. Thursdays of each week wiih limit of There are "bosses," ward healers Tom, Dick or Harry, it is compoundamong themselves, Mr, Bryan having or intelligence were found there. W. A. GinsoN. Ch'm'n. iilteen days. For full particulars as and pulleis and haulers who thrive ed by expert pharmacists. Uly riros. indicated great dissatisfaction over Watterson, Lindsay, Carlisle, Brock 10 wiiicu 01 me nbove nnolies (mm Jno. P. Morton, Sec'y. offer a 10 cent trial size. Ask your the fact that nil features of tho Chica- inridge and other Democratic war off politicians and candidates, and you.r "enr.ca,t ,Jnilroatl Station in 1j Curo Couttlpntlon I'orover. elllU KeCJ) . nection with the IIHnoi.i Central Rail. who conttol the suffrage of the lower druggist Full size Cream Balm 50 go platform, except that of 16 to 1, 'horses, took an activo part in all the' 9?'"5ro,s CltvCuttiimlc lOoorKEc. ir t. O. inn, e.iu 011 or uutirtss your nenrest strata of voters, but these are not per- t1H? C. rail to cure, UruKiilfcU rifunil moi.cy cents. We mail it. are being neglected by the Democrats proceedings and their speeches wero railroad Ticket Agent. mitted by the right minded and spirULY BROS., 56 Warren St.. N. Y City pieces of eloijueuco and statesVole for the most popular teacher. in many states, while Mr. Towne, on master W.M, ited people of these times to hold the Since 1S61 I have been n great stiff-ere- s The people who use ccxil will do New Murmav, J)lvPiw. Agent. It will not cost you anything the other hand, is reported ns urging manship. Oilcans. high place of authority. Time has from catarh I tried lily's Cream well to call ou J. J Foster, who is now Jno. A. Scott, Div. Pass. The National Democratio Conventhat this courso bo followed and nil Aecnt. been when the boss could push himBalm and to all nppearances am cured, ., A l.(lurc. oocrntinp- tlir-Mill.,- features of tho Chicago platform, ex- tion when compared with the silvcrito self into executive power by " . .'.in, . '.. ........,., .. i.u, I.,.,. i. .. , lnllcs souui-we- I'liiJof Hartford on $,! Memphis, .. i,..t ..1 . Miss Kdwena V. Kennedy, the disinfamy lllv;ll llnu the A. II. Hanson, o v. a., Chicago. convention nt Frankfort, appear much and fraud, but cept silver, iguored. it is not now. tinguished daughter of Rev. P. II. lung suucieu arc gone. w, J. llitcli Point Pleasant road the better of tho two. 426t W. A. KKM.ONI), a Louisville. There can be no boss without will Kennedy,!) D., Missionary for the cock, late Major U. S. Vol. nnd A. A !! TiSMAffSnl Tin: wheat crop this year gives In tho Louisville convention there ing and servile subjects, and the Bnptist Woman's Ivducntional Con- Gen., Buffalo, N. Y. promise of 100,000,000 biume'sin ex- wero honest, intelligent citizens, newspapers that cry warnings to in- vention, lectured Tuesday night in cess ot hist year. Botter still, wheat I'rrncliliii;. by a desire to savo their telligent voters that they are the serfs behalf of the educational work at the Dr. Coleman will 'preach in the July 10, 1807, was worth 74 centB country from tho vicious theoiies diN of their accredited leadersunwittingly colored Baptist Church Miss Ken- Baptist church Over 4.000 vacniicies--eovora- l next Sunday ntu cash. On July 10, 1X00, it broitght vocnted by tho followers of W. time an ninny vacancies na members. Must J. insult those whom they would cajole. nedy is yet a student of the State o'clock n. hnve more me iu., on an important ' ann.! two ',lu'9 5iJ cents, making ld cents increase Bryan. ivo 'rco registration; ono Commercial. University nt Louisville and she acwill i fully up to date, hence pluuGUAIUN 1 LLS position. en cents nays for book containing plans for the pockets of tho producer. Any "In tho Frankfort convention thcro quitted herself with credit to that in- the doctor is Ao chargo to em overs for Tunnel Hill Picnic July 31, 1897. nnxious to have nil his and n $500.00 lovo story of Collego days. fanner's boy can figne out the gain was a ciowd of office ieokers, who arommeiKiing inenciieis. iour"fcKNTEACHEIB'MURfiAU For the ebove named occasion tickets stitution and to the cause which she neighbors ruid friends present. ., "Sutton, toi.taNMH Jnrm&rs by mulliplyiag rived at n noaiinatioii, by articles of I am only expressing Kkt. Dr V: represents, and A M., President and Manacor will be oh ale July 31, to Wbufcctk- be will onlv iireach in the ,O75,Hf),OO0 bushels by VJ. Geod bargaiai sad sale which weao signed, laildly when I say she gave the tllnrnlnir nnrl iirtl -- t titl.lJ1,lr(letroo,fl Louisville, Kv. . in hOUJ HKN town and return for. $e 05. good tall it t M.g.i'v, iw, nt lElCnhllb' BUREAU. 09 71 Dearborn et., Chicago.Ill. Molker Enrth is eesoiiditig prosperity executed and delivered at tho convengrandest lecture ever delivered in August 1.. usunl. Cmeone, nnd comenll, come, Northern vacanoi.. Chicago oflice, Southern vacauciei H Heriwck, Agt. regardless of the yells of calamity tion. Louisville oflico Hartford by a woman. There was a nnd welcome. When silvorites w the pro-- , One feo registers iu both office. howlers. KcIkkiI Alliilrx. large crowd out and she held her auportions and character of the recent gMBaHaeuMW Ji.iwrramaaaBiggaatLm.iMm-- .. . .. The public school teachers ot the dience spell bound tor an hour and a Tin: Hartford Jleruld will do any- convention speaking meta- state ore at present iu a very much half Dr Kennedy, her lather, has thing to keep from telling tho truth, phorically, bulged out 011 their wrought up condition HpiJJl ij over the proba- been for a number of years Missionanud iu tryiug to do so, that paper cheeks. It sounded the funeral nolo ble tcant allowance that thev are likery for the Home Mission Society for ot Brother Shackelford, of Owensboro. gets itself into a funny ehapoeomo-Unioly to receive irom the treasury the the state ol Kentucky. HAVE OPENED TIlEIIt He Is now ns is ovidenced What paralized thoBryauites worst coming year for their work. from the two The Deputy United States Marshal under items below, tnken from this week's of all was tho number nnd diameter Court of Appeals has rendered n de- Dr. A. D James for the State of Ken issuu of that paper; of new men who came to tho front cision, that while it way be a legal tucky. He is known in every village The Democrats In the repoitol and joined bauds nnd honrts with the one from the standpoint of that court, nnd hamlet in the state Miss Kenof Kentucky renew the Boltocrnt con National Democrats. McKenzic, will work n great hnnUhip to about nedv seems tn cmmlit llio lusnl i theirnlleglaticc to veutiou at Louts-Hi- e piiuelples ol ville, we see no McUlroy, Montgomery and Wortham 8,000 men nnd women who have ration of her distinguished father and true Democracy as mention of Grov- - aro among tho now recruits. There spent and are spending their lives in is destined to equal him in ability, f exemplified by the er C 1 c velaud'b arc others. Instructing tne boys and girls of the She organised n Woman's Home Co- l- I uommist ration of name. Why was Comiiionwenlth. As is well known lege Society with twenty members Tho Nntioiml Democrats nro steadGrovei Cleveland thin thtu? ily gaining and it is only a mnter of to every reader of the Hustler, we nnd elected the following ofllctrs: nnd as illuktr.ited by liiu eminent sec- , President, Mii Georgie Waller; first tinio until there is a mad, wild dash have been taking n very deep InterreUry ot the treas, of silvoiiu to got into to tho National est In the kehool nff.iirs ol the State of Vice Mrs. Djnie A. Gary; ury, John (. CarWe have at timea p Kentucky. Demoernlio band wagon. fccond Vice President Mrs lU'a bide, and pledge made ourselves iouiewhnt odiWilker; srctetary.Mbs Lizzie Gtiffin; themselves to reous by our teeming iiiRettinence in UsUtunt kecietury, Miss Sarah A, AS TO THE TARIFF. newed and unceati-ini- f to em Tin: Riu'Uiilican has heretofore on matters pertaining to the ichool in- Taylor; ticasurer, Mrs. Lizzie Danctt; body and substtu-tia- te It is bteause that wo h.ive Ilxecutive Coniuiitte, Mrs. M, fi. more than 0110 occasion, stated that terests. them in the thoro has been n complete and radical felt that It was our duly to pioWctlhe P.irkos, MUs Pioba Collins and Prof. national policy. IntoreUs of both the tacchcrs It shows nn utter ditiogurd for tho chango in tho silver Doinncratio party children as much ns was iu and the P. A. Gary. We bid the young lady our pow- God Fpted, nnd may Mie go on with us to their doctrine. truth or eUo tlm "hot" cannot hut- the good work nnd may the young Thoy havo espoused tho rnuso of er. mnnue his men, hut it is as good as We regret to say Hut fir many women of the stnte catch the Inspirafieotilvor at ihe ratio of HI to 1, could bo expected 0 uiiiug from that years when any of the i te rusts of tion and go on to grand and noble which wu uevor advocated by any paper. "Why is this thu?" the stat had to uff:r, tit schools achievements. The Women's IJduca-tibi-N 'TX'" .'nwj paity savo tho Populist, nnd have have been nt a general thine; tb one Convention la doing great work deorled the caune of Jree trade, oven to be flint to feel the effects of the In Bdmis3n3ra3ngft& n fusing to Bea-ve- y raising money f r the State Unt- , HKV IAIQ. . bUHIS VMIKt 1 . put "a taiirt'f' r rewnu ptiicn i.i e one Legislature, or one vtnilv nnd ouabt to receive belt) and 3ff Itott'nitfhbj'rup, 'iiwutii..! UM KJ A line uew OMNIHUH will meet nil day trains nt Beaver Dam. An elgant vehicle and good humea In time rkj tir rtrutfatitii. jjl only" plunk iu their platform. he decision of the courts nny be favoi a- - j encouragement from everybody who guaranteca a c nitortable ride. All orders promptly atlonded to, Leave order at Field's Lively Stable, JjP C'hlfugr, platform declared a larii l bio to our Interests, the U .i friend to education. P. A. fornor Markol ami Union Streets, Uarlforel, n, 1 11 pas-sag- o ce 11 Reptt-sentntlvrh-IIi11 I I Hartford Republican. - 'LJUlViJ LUK'U- ."i."ii'Bauai,i '11 n 1. 1, "" ail-vl- sum-mors- beno-uift- lil !ZL1 11 to-d- ay, e, r . rr cus-tom- - ex-pe- ... fr r. "'ou Tho Republican and the St. a.ouis for one year Illinois 5en. Q. TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL .llHKl-ietl- iil er Subscribe for The Rcmiblicail up Willi the times. - r.i,i st ' H fMWm cly sttb-whi- ch ? ; ...-.-- ..., ! j h??.,.'.'1 . r n, -- - e Pret-ident- per-lia- 11 -A- ... 17o . JVciJf3lXrJarJrC am. Li,XSr Je1 X From g-tp.- fr W8 '3 " '"-- J a'J U.H , -- . wn i71f TV ,i, fi iii.mi MEAT BARGAINS pOYAl 91 Hcvy cotton tooki jo at Vulttc Co'.. to tilt wlf of Dr. It U. on tin loth irmt , n girl. Hon. C. if. IWrnelt and wlf lft last weak for Dawmm Springs on n pleniure trip. I) irn Pen-dlet- Slijfliesl Honors Awardsd World' Fair. Ii-- AT FAIR & COMPANY Every article in summer wear marked at exactly cost and carriage in order that wo may make ready. for our Pali Stock. Now is your chance for hot weather bar gains at zero prices. Ox-for- run rai tin m Hi era. TJEEE! 33DCO JUL I See Fair & Co's remnant counter. Some bargains In ribbon, percals, ginghams, etc. CREAM ELlENI TAKES PLACE FROM POWDER Absolutely Pure. Never before was n 26 inch serge umbrella sold for $1 00. & Co. have them, silk Fair BAKING Most perfect made. -- I r hr if i. ( ; ', i V'Y A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Celebrated for its great leavening; Free strength nndhcnlthfulness. Assures itom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 111c btenmer Jnnie Kac will not the food against nfum nnd nil forms of nuke nny more trips to 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. Hartford nt Oxford lies, price 75c now 50c adulteration common to the cheap present owing to the condition of the Ox ford ties, price J I 00 now 80c brands. Royai,BakinuPowdbrCo., river. The river needs cleaning out, IlriiiiliilriiiiNriinlnrliil I'nmciitlou. And the Grounds Greatly Improved. Nnw York. To the Republicans of the Seventh lies, price $t 25 now f 00 as the snags arc too bad for a boat. Senatorial District of Kentucky. FelOxford tics, price $1 5" now 1 15 Quarterly Court has been in session The following named persons have low Republicans: At a meeting of ties, price $200 now-- f 1 sc this week. Is Plastered and Decorated and will be truly a magnificent sight. paid their subscription to Tint the Republican Rxccutive Committee JWTA1I nre Ptiesmeyer'a nnd guaranteed to wear'or money refunded. since our last issue: of the Seventh Senatorial District of Miss Annie Allen has returned from There will bo Hurse Raeinjj, Steeple llueing, Bioelo Itucing, Mulu, P. A. Moxley, Shrevej D. F. Glbbs, Kentucky, held nt Beaver Dam, Ky., Sulphur Springs. Goat, Hound and Foot Kachig and several pxclting games ofB.ue luly 14, 1897, it was ordered that a Miss OliveCarsou is visitingfriends R. T. Collins, J. II. Williams, HartBall. Novelties and changes everywhere ford. convention be held at Rockport, Ky., Two Wind Mills and a less at Sulphur Springs. Steam Engino will amply supply water for sprinkling ami other pur, Mr. W. L. Graves, of Horse Branch, on Tuesday, August 3rd, 1897, ,to Mr. Claude Hays, Owcusboro, was was In town yesterday looking out a nominate n candidate for State Sena poses. The grounds will bo continuously sprinkled and tho (lust kept A in town this week. location for his stave lactory. Mr. tor to fill out the uncxplicd term of under. Amusement, Instruction, Fun, Frolic aud Delight, guaranteed 75c Mr. R W.Taylo7," Greenville, was Graves seemed well pleased with Dr. A. D. James, resigned. It was 2 81.25 to nil. iu town Wednesday. Hartlord as a location and will no also ordered that the basis of retire- sentatlon in said convention be one Mrs. W. M. Hudson has been quite doubt soon be w(th us. Our people should lend n helping hand to Mr. delegate and one vote for each 200 sick for several days. votes and fraction over 100 votes cast Graves nnd give him some InduceELLENDADE, NEAR UURDSVILLE, KY. Attorney J. W. Lytle, Owensboro, ments to locate with us. It would be for Samuel Kash, the first named fig- was In town last Saturday. of 8c elector on the McKlnley electoral of great benefit to the community. Kxcurnlnii. 8c. A new lot of home spun linen and Wednesday evening while Messrs. ticket, November 3, 1896. This basis SCHOOL ELECTION. 10c 5c. The most popular trip tor the sumallows Butler county 10, Muhlenberg white duck at Carson & Co. Jas. Hudsou and Win, Gillespie were 11 and Ohio county mer to Old Point Comfort and the Swisses 13 delegates Ohio County Court: Mr. John X. Taylor has been moving the Austin well drilling maSeashore. and votes. It was furthermore At a regular term of this Court postmaster at Cromwell. chine from Hartford out to Mr. Riley's ordered 15c. Much sight-seeinthat each county com- held on the for vcty bmall 5th day ot July, 1897, it they happened to an accident on the prising said district Mrs. Jno. Ward, of No Creek, has select delegates appearing that a petition signed by expense. of levee across the river and the macliine The regular Annual Rxcursion to been quite sick lor several days. to said convention In such manner ns turnel over. It was considerably may be deemed best by their respec- W. II. Griffin, D. M. Hocker, T. L. Old Point Comfort in charge of Mr. Mr. Jas. Chandler has gone to 151k-t- ou broken up nnd se us; Griffin, J. R. Plrtle, J. II. B. Carson, they were compelled to tive county executive committees W. A. Wilgus, S. P.A., will be run where he will enter school. J. T. Miller, T. J. Smith, J. II. cut the harness in order to let the and that the Hartford Wednosday, Aug. nth, via I. C, and Retorucan, W. B. Render, II. P. Taylor, Leave your orders at Field's livery horses, up. The horses were not Green River Republican and Central W. A. Gibson, and others was filed C. & O. Railways, from Beaver Dam stable for transportation anywhere. hurt. City Republican be requested to pub- with the County Judge, at the last on regular train, leaving p.m. 5C Good yard wide domestic Aug. 10th, connecting with Seashore Hon. R.'P. Hocker, Beaver Dam, Mr. A. J. Bell has sbld his interest lish this call. regular term of this Court, asking SC Good 27 inch shitting Special, which leaves Uniou Station, gave us n pleasant call Tuesday eve in the dtug store of Williams & Bell W. A. GmsoN, Ch'm'n. that a Graded Common School Dis7c Good 27 inch cheviot 01 beventn street, at to his partner, Mr. J. H. Williams, ning. T. J. Tinsley, Sec'y. 1:30 p.m. trict be organized, and a Graded Com loot 7c Good 30 inch outing The round trip rate to Old Point Com-fomon School be established in lieu of Misses Lyda and Berta Morton are and nas rtftired from the business. !Aiuti:riN ISC Good 54 inch tabic linen is only $ . . . and the tickets Mr. Bell has becu In business here visiting Miss Annie Petty, of Fords-vlllQuite a number of our people are the Hartford Graded School, known 5C Good yard wide bleach are good until September 2nd, with about six years and has many friends 011 the sick list. as Hartford College (as provided in 4c and 5c Good calico stopover privileges returning only. who will regret to give him up. He The people are bus,y threshing section 124 of the Common School 10c and Good cottonadc Remember Bullington will give has This trip surpasses any offered the not as yet decided what he will wheat. The yield is not as large as Law) the boundary of said district to you a good shave, hair trim or shamtraveling public, and affords many do. Mr Williams will continue the was expected. be the corpotated lines of the town of poo. diversions. Grand and beaubusiness at the same stand. He is a Miss Cora Sandbach has been enHartford and embrace the same terri'SC thorough druggist and will keep the gaged to teach the public school at tory that is now embrac.d within tiful scenery, invigorating mountain 2 pair gray hose Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Griffin visited ir, surfbathing, ocean voyage, pala5s friends and relatives in Rockport last store up to the high standard which this place for this scholastic year. said lines and the site for the school t pair black hoe tial hotel entertainment and a visit to it has attained in the past. Sizes 19, 20, 21 and 22 woven counts, worth 50c to close at . . . 35c week. Her excellent scholarship together house of said proposed district to be the Capital, if desired. 80c worth ?i 00 K. & G. Corset Mr. W. P. Greene, of the Green with her reputation as a teacher, be- the Hartford Graded School, known Miss Rdwcna Kennedy lectured at The low rate of $2 50 per day has 10c leather belts Indies as Hartford College lot aud buildings the colored Baptist church Tuesday River Publishing Co., Rvansville, speak for her success in the work. Men good shirts which site is certified not to ex- been secured at the Hygela and 5c night. Revs. Craig and Carden are conInd., Is visiting our county and town Chamberlain Hotels. Rvery atten10c Men good seamless hose miles from nny ducting a successful revival at Pleas- ceed two and one-ha- lf collecting data for his descriptive tion and courtesy will be extended to Messrs. B. D. Ringo and R. 5" k Men heavy cotton Sox pait of the boundary of said proposed ant Walk school house this week. of the Green River country. The ladies without escorts. Choice of . . . 20c were in Louisville this week on line ol ties to close out at !. 25c Miss Rva Truman and little sister, District, and it appearing also, that book Is designed to call the attention routes returning, between Richmond business. Grace, Owensboro, are visiting rela- said petitioners are tax payers, legal 01 the general public to the resources and Clifton Forge, will be given, enundervoters, and residents of the proposed is tives in this community. Miss Mabel I e Hubbard left Monday of the Green River valley and to inabling those who desire to visit Dr. J. W. Meador, Trisler, visited Graded Common School District and to spend several weeks with her nunt duce immigration and development. Lynchburg, Natural Bridge and other parties in this section last Thursday. of Hartford Justice District of this at Chicago, The book will be profusely illustratpoints of inteiest. social given nt the home of county, and it further appearing that The Sleeping car rates will be $4.00 for For a quick and comfortable ride ed with engravings of scenery along Mr. and Mrs. Luther Shreve last the County Superintendent has ento or from Beaver Dam, patronize the river, public sand private build- Wednesday evening dorsed on said petition, his approval berth, Lotisville to Old Point, to be in honor of Misses see ings, &c. Mr, Greene will remain a Fields' bus line. of same and that n majority ot the otcupied by on or two persons, nnd few days for the purpose of meeting Rva Truman and Nannie Shreve was JRcsp'y, trustees of Hartford College, who are application for sleeping car space Rev. J. T. Casebier, Rockport, was our prominent people In the interest highly enjoyed by a host of youngshould be made at once to W. A. Wilthe guest of lite brother, Mr. J. M. of sters. At 8:30 the guests were invit- also the trustees of the Common the work. gus, S. P. A., Hopkinsville, Ky. School District embraced within said reCasebier, Tuesday. ed to the hall where a bounteous For further particulars, address as Dissolution .No II co. past was served to the satisfaction of proposed Gtaded Common School Remember Field & Son will take The drug firm of Williams & Bell District have also endorsed their ap- above or call on Agent I. C. R'y. the best of care of your horse wheu hnvlng been dissolved and the entire the most fastidious taste. When the sumptuous feast had been served the proval on said petition, as provided The proper ways to build health is you are In town. business being now in the hands of youngters retired to the parlor whero by law, and the Court being suffi- to make the blood rich nnd pure by Mr. Geo. W. Neel and son, Mr. R. Jas. .11. Williams, we desire that all they were highly entertained with ciently advised orders that C. P. taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, the, one iitMuiKc O. Neel, Whitesville, visited relatives Indebted to the old firm will call and music by Misses Floy Keown, Sheriff of this county, be and true blood purifier. , LARGEST NORMAL SCHOOL IN THE SOUTH near Hartford last week. settle at oue and oblige. he is hereby directed to cause n poll Murphy, Bertha Phillips, Stella mom timMcrj'sci wrir k: wto classic cour scj. "ZflXnV'JSfiiSSrSl'M 2ZE? v' . J, 'Williams & Bell. rjf j Sutherland Ragle Rye Salve is a !"' Messrs. James DcWeese and to be opened and an election be held Carson & Co nre receiving railroad ) at the Court House on the 16th day fine, creamy, snow-whitointment, Wm Whalen. JOVRHM. ties on the banks ot the river at AllcmiitPit Hnlclilo, t st4iynsv 'Ertccuiir 2UIM.B GffttAiMi Hillary Bruner, ot Fordsville, it is screw cap tubes, Interest is iucrcnslng in the teach- ot August, 1897, the same being 40 put up In Hartford ready for shipment. repotted, attempted to coramitt sui- ers voting contest here. Your valua- days or more alter the entry ot this and sold for 55c by all dealers. It Is When you come to town, take your We want some more yooo corre- cide Tuesday PROCLAMATION. morning by taking sul- ble paper has a large circulation at order, for the purpose of taking the known throughout the land ns the horse to Fields Livery Stable, where spondents in the country. Send us phate of strychnine. He is in a very this office and many of your readers seese ol the legal white voters resld" best and quickest harmless cure for it will be well cared for. the news from your neighborhood. bad condition but a telephone message have preserved all their papets and Ing within the boundary of the said any form of sore eyes or granulated Whereas, A. D. James, Senator' There will be n soldiers reunion Wantkd. To trade a first class to the Messenger at 9 o'clock last so some teacher is likely to receive a proposed Graded Common School lids, styes, etc. Scores of people elect of the Seventh Kentucky Sena tonoTDistrict, has resigned and his near Pattisvllle in Breckinridge coun- blind mare for a good milch cow with night stated that the physician large vote in this community. District as to whether they favor ac- claim that it has saved their" eyethought he would recover. young call. Apply nt this office. cepting the provisions of the General sight. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin resignation been accepted; and where- ty the first of August. Ari. Bruner Is about 26 years of age nnd Graded Common School Law and by & Bro. as there Is now n vacancy in the ofIt would be a good idea for our citOwingsvillc Outlook: One by one lives one mile from Fordsville, being To cure chills and fever don't rack which there shall be levied and colfice of Senator in the said District; a conspicuous part of the prominent izens to clean up their back premises. a farmer. illce. He is married and has two the system and shoch the neives by lected au annual tax not to exoeed Now, therefore, I William O. Brad-le- y Owing to vacancies in county comsupporters of Bryan last year are dip The board ot'health will get you, chlldtcn aud is a son of Rev. R. T. using medicines containing arsenic, fifty cents on each one hundred dol ns Governor of Kentucky, order mittee from Aetnavllle, Sulphur ping out ol the procession and kickRemember that since our boat has Bruner of Owansboro. mercury or other dangerous drugs. lar's worth of property value therein, nu election for Senator held at each Springs, Rast Beaver Dam, North ing holes into the 16 to 1 idea. been runtiiug, we can't be undersold Tuesday morning he went to Fords Dr. Bell's Peppermint Chill Tonic is subject to State and County taxation, of the voting places in said district, Rockport and South Rockport preJudge Wm. Bcckncr, of Winchester, on Furniture. vllle nnd purchased five grains of sulCarson & Co, a guaranteed cure and it contains no owned by white persons, nnd a poll to wit.: In the counties of Muhlencincts, each of said precincts are herejust after the election last November phate of strychnine, saying he wantkind of poison. Children love it and tax not to exceed one (dollar and fifty by berg, Ohio and Butler on the first We will sell you a set of cane seatdirected to elect one man to repgave it a kick and sat down. Now Tuesday after first Monday in No', doz. for ?3 ed chairs, A nice ed to poison rats. Soon after securing1 it can not hurt them. For sale by Z. cents on each white male inhabitant resent them as members ot said comRunning Mate Tom Watson, Jo. A. the poison he lelt tho town, going in Wayne Griffin & Bro. of said proposed Graded Common vember, 1897, between the hours of 7 rocking chair for$i. Carson & Co. mittee at their precinct conventions Parker, Kentucky Populist chairman; the direction of his home. Later in School District over 21 years of age on o'clock n. 111. and 4 o'clock p. in.: nnd 31st Inst., however the joint conEugene V. Debs, the socialist; Mrs. Wc have received the rattles ofl of tor the purpose of establishing Mrs. W. R Royster and Mrs. J. F. the day he was found by the roadside the Sheriff in each ot said counties and Mary Rllen Lease, presSullenger, Owensboio, visited the n short distance from his home, un- a snake that was killed near Renfrow maintaining a Graded Common School vention of Beaver Dam may select the will take steps and give necessary members for Bast Beaver Dam preent socialist; ex Gov. Horace Boise, family of Mr. R.M. Walker this week. conscious. He was carried into a by Messrs. R. F. and Granville Mornotice. This proclamation is ordered therein, ns provided in sectious 100 to cinct and the joint convention nt of Iowa, candidate nt Chicago for ris. The snake was 40 inches long 130 of the Common School Law to be printed tn the Hartford Riti'Uii-UCAThe Fourth Quarterly Conlerence house nearby nnd Dr. J. W. McCnrty and large in proportion, and had Rockport may select members for nil uttering treason to 14 nnd Central City Republican President, arc The officers will also cause the le- both North and South Rockport preof the Hartford Circuit of the M. R summoned, who, after an Investlgn 1 lie 10 to 1, notiest ropuusts or rattles and a button. tion, stated that Bruner was suffering for twenty days before said election Is W. A. Gibson, Ch'm'n. gal voters of said proposed Graded cincts. genuine supporters Church, South, will convene in Hart- from strychnine poison. Coo mm on School District to vote for held, and the Secretary ol State will Jno. P. Morton, Src'v. The Floating Studiols at Calhoon. ford August 7, 1S97. Ocala and Omaha platforms Rev Bruner was telephoned by a immediately transmit a copy of this of the six persons to be trustees of same in ntNashvlllelast week and left the to the Sheriff of each ol met j:x'urxt)ii4 proclamation case said provisions are accepted. Miss Rlizabth Chandler, who has Messenger reporter last night nnd 16 to 1 procession for good Dental Association, Old Point Mie counties named. This July 10, Bryan nnd The oQicers of said election will A.S. been visiting in the neighborhood ot asked if he knew the cause ot hta nnd nil. Decay and dissolution are 8PRINQFIELD, MO. July 30, Aug. 7, 1897, tick-et- s make return, in due form ol the reson's rash act The news of the atWILMAM O. BitAIlUiV, 1897. Rome for the past two weeks, is exRtttorad to Health by Dr. Mllet' Itistora- in the Bryan movement, and it is only on sale July 30, 31, to Aug. 7U1, sult of same, nt the eniliest day practempted suicide had not reached the Governor of Kentucky. pected to return to day: tlv Ntrvln. to save funeral expenses that its death however, father, and he was good returning 15 days from date of ticable. Attest: is not officially announced. Mrs. Lillian Yonts, of Greenville, is very much surprised to hear it, He sale $20.15, ClIAS. FlNMSY, A copy attest: visiting her cousin, Mrs. Dr. Coles stated that his wife had just returned Secretary ol State. D. M. Hocker, C. O. C.C. Southern Biblical Association Ash-vill- e, tiinn, her niece, Miss Lillian Rades, last week from a visit to the young N. C , Aug. 4 17, 1897, tickets Noticr: In accordance with the man and that she left him well and Notice Is heteby given that in obe accompanied her. They will spend foregoing proclamation I will cause a in good spirits nnd that he could n on sale Aug. 9, 10, 11 and 12, good dUuceto the above order of the Counseveral days. till 10 days from date of sale, $17 15 be opened and an election to no reason for his son's desire to poll to ty Coutt of Ohio county, I will hold end his life. Mr. Bruner will leave round trip. be held in each of the voting precincts Dr, T. G. Turner, of Muhlenberg nn election at the time and place inthis morning lor his son's bedside. ot Ohio county at the time nnd for Kcntncky Tiotting Horse Breeders' dicated, from 7 o'clock a 111, till county, is announced in Tint Riu'ini-lica- n Messenger. 4 Summer-tim- e the purpose named In said proclamaAssociation, Lexington, Ky., on sale o'clock p. 111., for purpose set out in this morning as a candidate for tion. This 15th day July 1897. Oct. 4 to 16, 1897, good tilt Oct. 18th said order. Those who may vote, are Mr. Iliilicr llrnil. State Senator to fill out the unexpired BakFor several weeks Mrs. J. C. P. Ki.own, S. O C. to return, $5 55. arc your resources term of Senator James. Dr. Turner all white males over 21 years of age, beis a life long Republican, and been ac- er, of Render, Ky., has hovered Chautauqua Assembly, Talledega, who have been residents of the proposfor the summer? Have you tween life and death, and early on to n abundance of health stowed tive in the service ot his party for sev- Wednesday morning she passed away, Ala,, Aug. 5to 19, 1897, tickets to ed Common School District for sixty Jtl.MlWHV. sale Aug. 3 eral years. He is an able man and If 15, good till Aug 23 days, and in the county for six T, D. Bech will resume work next away for the long, hot, depictnominated he will be elected and will quietly sleeping into death. She had teturn nt $12.30, months, and in the State one year week on his new frame house, which been afilicted for several years rvith ing days, or does summer find make n good Representative. Annunl Meeting Young People's preceding the day of said election. will au ornament to the neighborhood consumption, but it wai thought this This 15th day of June 1897. Christian Union Presbyterian Church, you low in vitality, run down, wheu compleUd. spring that she was much Improved, r.VJO llieNdimll VcrOiiilln. C. P. Kbown, S. O. C. Indianapolis, Aug. 18 to 23, 1897, It. MUUKAY, engineer (or Ktwt & Since our Intt letttr Anccl Allen losing flesh, and weak? Scott's Frankfort, Ky., July 17, The but the disease set up afresh which Hountreo Mercantile Co., Springtickets on sale Aug 17 nnd 18, good has lost his young baby; it was af- Emulsion of Cod-livOil will school per capita for the ensuing year resulted In her death. field. Mo.. wrltMi "I auflered from A cigarette Is n roll of paper, tobactill Aug. 24 to return with privilege flicted from its birth and the hot dyspepsia, was unable to eat anything withhas ben fixed at $2.20, the same as Mrs. Baker was born and reared iu co and drugs with a small gre at one give you the proper reserve Treated by several weather was more than It could stand. This comparilively good Ohio county, and was the daughter of of excursion till Sept, 12 1897, $6 65, end and a latge fool at the other, out severe Uiatri.tiomiOt, I beeame ulmont last year, phyttetsoiTtlili 'u. force, because it builds up the news for teachers nnd school people Mr. National hnoampment Sons ot Vetwas about six months old. His elIt Austin. She leaves a hus- a physical wreck and unable to attend to Some of its chief enjoyments are con my work, I took Dr, Miles' UeaUiratlve dest child died about two years ago system on a solid foundation. was made possible by the Auditor, band nnd five children to mourn her erans, Indianapolis, Sept. 9 to 11, '97, densed nightmare, cancer of the lips Nervine and Iu six weeks I was welt. My and his wife died the first of Inst Feb- A tonic may stimulate: Scott's who, in his estimates ol the revenue loss, besides several brothers and sis- - tickets on sale Sept. 8 and 9, good till wlto bad a severe atand stomach, spinal meningitis, solt 16 to return nt $6.65. ruary, which closed out all his family tack ot La Urlupa ening of th brain, funeral procession Emulsion not only "boosts," to go into the school fund this year, ters. Mrs. Baker was a member of, Sept. nb lob brought on His wife was kind except hi 111 self. Rncanipmcnt UnionVeteran League and families shrouded In gloom. has placed the full amount due from the Methodist Church and had lived troubles peculiar to luarted, noble spirited and a loving it sustains. all bnuks, prosumlutr that it will be n consistent christian life form her Columbus O., Sept. 32 nnd 23, 1897, There nre plenty of subjects lelt, howher sex. The IUstor-attv- o Nervine Is the wife and mother and christian, and 5h only thlug that has The nelghboihood tickets on sale Sept. 21 nnd 22, good ever, who are willing to undergo the It h a wtu precaution always to fuvc at paid, and by further counting olf early girlhood. died in full faith ol reaping thr relead a uuH bottls of Scott'i Emulsion In nothing that the schools will have to has lost a good woman, the chlldtcn till Sept. 28 to return, $10.25. ifr.'HoartN helped her. We butli same trial of such a trival nature for ward of n good christian, God be the ho&e. Unopened, It will keep Indefinhope you wilt use this Meeting Grand Lodge K of P , the sake of cheap manhood " Rx. itely. Tightly corked, after utinp, kept In pay if the big rebate due banks is a kind and affectionate mother and the In a way to holp others as we have been." with them till they mst again a cool place, it will remain iweet for week. paid Ihewlidotu ol the enlmate husband has lost the wile of his bosFrnukfott, Ky,, Oct. 16 to 22, tickets Dr, Miles' Uemeaies are sold by all drugTliie wheat und oat crop are harvtuny or may not be demonstrated by om. Tiik Rki'uiilican joins a host on sale Oct, 18 and 19, good till Oct, OABTOI1IJL. gists under a posiu 0 guarantee, flt bottle For tale by all drug-gli-t at TkihtHook on benefits or niuiicy rotuiulod. ested with a modcritc yield only. the amount actually iu the fund when of trlends and relatives in extending 23 to return, $4 80 II. Mkhiik'k, tlBllt Coin and $1.03 Heart and Nrrvi usont free to alt applicant. llfUIUf Ctopiiot'i'liii. the liiAt payment Is due. sympathy tt the bereaved ones Agt, IUiwct Dam. im.MILWMKlll'ALtO,h.Uliart,lud. w White kid gloves $1.00; wlrlte dot-- , ted Swiss loc, 15c to 2ocj white kid belts 25c at Fair & Co's. 3rd to Tlh of August UNTOLiTTSJI-Via. 7 THE BUILDINGS M 1 Ox-for- d THE FLORAL HALL"" can Millinery Department. Our entire line of these goods for few beautiful hats that sold than cost. to 00 your choice now for from Lawns in stripe and line now All our ure now for in pink, blue and One lot of dotted We red and green sold for 20c now these goods in town. have the best line prices right. Come to One lot Wash Goods. W.F. RAPIER, Pres. R.SMITM, Sec'y. g Wil-Hant- Staple Department. ntsi rt e. I2c Notion Department. 1 his-tor- y Hol-broo- There no doubt but what we sell our competitors; our styles are better, Come direct to our quality unexcelled. the JULY BAJIGAINS Hartford and Yous we have for you. FAIR & CO. WMmJvfamafitzcwefr' tr. er;Ut, -. Tru-ma- n; yfrf-- e air-tig- middle-of-the-roa- d ., Murray and Wife Keep Up Your Scott's Emulsion in aWhat er . Kriiii3 liRtor ,50 Hartford Republican. I'RIDAY, JULY 3, 1897. TO RKTIRK BRYAN. Western Mine Barons Getting Ready to Dictate the Silver Nomination. $100,000 Raised in Colorado to Perfect an Organization. Mon-tnnna, One hundred thousand dollars is being subscribed In Colorado, Utah and Idaho (or immediate use in the freessllver campaign. Senator Teller has been here for sev eral weeks superintending the work iu Colorado, and Senators Cannon, Dubois and Mantle are attending to It was the duty of the heads ol dethe othr States from Washington. The people of Colorado generally partments under Mr. Cleveland, when want the silver agitation stopped tin-t- il these monthly deficits were regularlv 1900, when they believe it will occurring, to furnish estimates of the easily settle itself if present business amounts needed to carry on the work conditions continue. Such was the of their departments, nrd Congress is feeling when Senator Jones came here guided in making appropriations by in January to raise a large fund for their estimates; but none of them furnished any estimates that made the his committee, andlelt without prom-istssupport, but shortly after his expenditures less than the revenues departure Senator Teller arrived and produced by the so called Wilson tars has remained here ever since, osten- ifF. nor did any of the Democratic sibly on private business, but really statesman in Congress formulate any for the purpose ol raising this fund. plan by which expenditures could be He has succeeded, and Colorado has kept within those revenues. There is nothing plainer than that forwarded her share of the amount to chairman Joues, to be used jointly by we have needed aud now need more him and Chairman Towne, of the Sil- revenue, and the pending bill is intended to dispose of the question of ver Republican Committee. The greatest effort has been made tarifl duties, so that our innnulacturcs to keep the whole affair entirely se- and merchants can make calculations cret, and the meetings to raise the for the future. For these reasons aud others it is most important that the funds have been held in out of pending bill should be passed as socn offices and in private houses. The reason for the raising of this as possible. We always need more economy, but large amount of money at this time we need more revenue now as well. Are nioie interesting nnd of mow Commercial. than the fact that suck an being raised. It is immense sum in One ol I ln i.irtclw ill I'ollllm, Wm. E. Curtis in the Chicago Recnot generally known, but true, that there is a determination ord of Saturday gives the following on the part of the senacoral coterie suggestive picture of one of the efwhich is assuming the leadership oi fects of politics: a People whopass upanddown silver forces to eliminate Mr. Bryan cf the-wa- y never-tbsless, Penn-sjlvaui- gressuian or journal or convention lms advocated repealing this pension law, in older to leduce expenses, or h is dared to do; but by sneaking and utidethand methods the parties charged with the administration of the law have tried to cut down payments under it to the lowest point possible, und r the idea ol economy. The policy of electing Government buildings wherever the Government has officers who need offices in which to do their business is an expensive one to introduce, but in many cases results in ultimate saving, nnd has some strong points to recommend It. The increased expenditures due to enlarging ournavy and strengthening our cost defenses are justified by the highest Democratic authority. All these outlays arc in the nature of emergency expenses, and should be met by taxation instead of by borrowing money. With plenty of revenue we will not need to borrow to keep up the gold reserve, and we will not delay necessary improvements like those on our canal or falls, or delay settling pension claims or hold up vouchers and keep contractors out of their money to suit Treasury bal-nuc- es. TATE GUARD Deserves BetterTreat- ment at Kentucky's Hands. WHAT IS M caused hj torpid liver, which prevents iDgm. and pulrlty In llonnnil permits food to the stomach. Then follow illztliicsa, Biliousness! ne. General Directory. STATU OI'PICIAM. NEEDED Insomhi.1, neruiusncM, and, It not relieved, bilious lever or blood poltonlng. Mood's Ho ds; Pi n b Iks' of m wn Governor William O. llmdley. V. J. Win l.ieui. (jovernor Houreliiryof Slato Charles Finlny. Altomoy Gpnurnl W. P. Tnjlor. Auditor Suintiol U. Stoiift. Ti'Bsuror Geo. W. Loiifj, Ciitnmiaeiotiur ol AtsriiMiltun nnd StiUmtie -- Lt.cns Monro. Hiiparintomltmt Public Imtrtiction-Cir- o. M. DavKuii. Relator Land Ofllcc Wins. O. Reynold. Insurance lluroiiu Coinmiwioiior-- D. W. Comingnro. Adjutant General D. R Collier. Stato Jilhrnrian Mrs. Mary Drown j ASTORIA & H w Hnr-licnllii- ro iTt&JPdni iRftw A To Put Kontucky Ab roast of Fills stlmul.ito tho stonnch, rouse tho liver, euro henilutie, dizziness, etc. 35 cent. tfnlil by nit ilrtigidsU. The only rills to tako with 1100a itiampaulu. Hor Slstor Statos. The Kentucky State Guard, which will be in Camp of Instruction at Louisville during thU month, is a body of sotdiers that the State of Kentucky ought to be proud of. It is composed ol the finest young men iu the State nnd it is an absolute necessity to the preservation of order and the maintenance oi law in the State. The appropriation by the State for the support of the Guard i trivhl, aud wholly insufficient to suppoit it The next Legislature ought to levy a tax ot onehalf cent for military purposes and thus get abreast oi other States in this tespect. AH of the gieat business interests of Kentucky, all of the men of ptoper-ty- , all of the friends of law and order ought to join in the support of the State Guard. The whole force is only about 1,300 men which is the smallest number with which the federal Kenappropriation can be claimed tucky should have as line military organization as Ohio or Indiana and the next State administration should not be hampered by a lack ol funds nnd annoyed by the attacks oi a lot ol fools oi it3 own political party. This and a new State Capital wotil do a great deal to stimulate tespect for themselves in the people of Kentucky. The Capital. niht- ef AYcGctouIcl'rcpMafionfor As- CRAWFORD President Elected League of Republican Clubs. MEET IN similating ihcroodntulUcSula-lin- g ttifiStamnihs nnd Dowels of WK'lttK'atU-E'MWHIHUHnvM 9 The Kind You Have Always Bought, Bears the Fao-simile Signature . of Day. ItAtl.KOAl) COUMlSHloNlUtS. l'romolca'Digcsllon.Chcciriil-riC3snndnc3t.Q9nfQlnsncllh- cr OMAHA IN 'OS. U. Wood, chairman; J. P. Dompsey, II. S. Irwin. Secretary Samuel P. Drown. J110 CoNdltEB'IOKAri. Not N Aii c otic MxSmna M.ruSJe-.rfErfcnS. Opiutn.Morphlno nor Mineral. KKiftcfOUDrSHMVanKSat ON 0& THE Senators Hon. William C. LindDetroit, Mich , July 14. The Republican Lenije committee 011 place say, Hon. J. (J. S. Blackburn. Representative Fourth District and time for the nrxt convention ses Hon. John W. Lewis. I.RUlBI.ATl'lli:. A. M. Iligginn, of Terre Hnute, Senator Hon. A, D. James. NewItid., Lconaid J. Crow fml, of Representative Ohio County Hon. port. Ky.; Grand iellows, of MichU C. M. Darnett. gan; Congressman Thmirn McUunn, OHIO COUNTY. of New Jersey, and lfred W I'leil.. of C'lltCUIT COUItT. Pennsylvania, were nominated for Hon. W. T. Owen, Judgo Owens-Iwrl'resldsnt. Crawfotd was elected. Hon. J. Edwin Rowc, Attorney The Committee on Credentials re Owendmro. ported that the rptestion ot seats had T. II. Dlack, Jailer -- Hartford. bsen s.etlled amicably. The I.onifana G. D. Likens, Work Hartford. D. D. Ringo, Master Comiuiseionur delegation of twenty six headej by Hartford. II. H. Blunt, coloied, was recom0. D Likens, Trustee Jury Fund mended to be seated nnd the delega Hartford. of four, headed by C. Wilson, STATU WRAPPER OF EVERT lectcd Omaha. forConilitu tion.SourStomacri.DiarrlwaiJ Aneifecfncmcdv Wowns.Convulstons.rcvcTisrt Tac Simile Signature BOTTLE. THE KIND YOU ucss and LOSS OF SLEEK of o. YOHK. HAVE CXACT COPOF WRAPPED. ALWAYS BOUGHT. OASTOHIA. nam clpatui & ii n etity Tu;;et. Yimr Hoy Wont I. lie 11 Montti. So Mr. Oilman Brows, of 34 Mill St , South Garducr, Mass , was told by the doctors. Ills son had Lung trouble, following Typhoid Malaria, aud he spent three hundred seventy-fiv- e dollars with doctors, who finally gave him up, saying: "Your boy wont live a month." He tried Dr. King's New Discovery and few bottles restored him to health nnd enabled him to go to work a perfectly well man. He says he owes his present g'jod health to use of Dr. King's New Discovery, and knows it to be the best In the world for Lung trouble. Trial Bottles Free at Williams & Bell's Drug Store. from the next presidential race. A complete programme to that end has been agreed upon between the Demo-- , cratic leaders in the Senate and the Silver Republicans in both House and Senate. Their plan is to press the Silver Republican organization in all parts of the Union to make it as powerful as possible before 1900. They count that the Silver Republican organization by the free use ofunlimited funds can obtain a membership of 2 500,000 by 1900, and that in the State and congressional elections of 1898 the Silver Republicans will carry Colorado, Utah, Montana and Idaho. Thus with 2,500,000 voters and in possessions of States which must be relied upon for a campaign lund they think they can dictate the nominee of the Democratic convention. To this the Democratic senatorial leaders have assented as being the easiest and most effective way of getting rid oi Mr. Bryan. The choice of the combine at the present time is Senator Teller in the event they think the Democratic party will rally to his support; or, in doubt oi that, some Eastern Democrat, like Joe Sibley, who is accepta ble alike to Silver Republicans. Silver Democrats or Populists, and to such Gold Democrats as Whitney and Hill. Sibley's business interests connect him very closely with the and the Whitney's and he is considered a safe and conservative man. Denvtr Dispatch to the Pittsburg Dispatch. ed Van-derbi- lts Cleveland's last term. If no more revenue is Minded why d this in me pAper aud otlwr Democratic papers undertake to make cap ital against the pending bill by as sorting that will it produce no more revenue than the present bill? Mr. Cnrlilse's idea was that the country would grndu.Ulj grow and improve till the WiUon bill would produce ample revenues. In the mean-tu- n a money bonowed to keep up the gold reserve flowed easily into the "avnilnblecash balance" of the treas ury, and the Government's debt iu cteufred in time ot jieace, The free trude organ, after criticis. ing the pending bill ua likely o pro. ('lice a deficit, defends the pretent bill which has pioJuced such great deficits, mid says the trouble in not lack revenue but extravagance in iexpu dtture, mid it gives koine per capita figutes iu support of its contentions. The free trade organ doua not meet the issue fairly. Ttie increases in per capita expenses since Mr. Cleveland's first Una have beu due almost who), ly to increase in piyiuents fur pensions, forjpubllc builillugs tttid for the nnvy and coast defense. JTh increase iu pensions has been due to the policy of treating the soldiers of the Union, to ictne eMunt, ss the soldiers of the Revolutionsiy, the war of iH'2, the Mexican war and the Indian war were treated, though nut as libernlly. Tta.-- t polley required grrut deal iff hecaufce tluix-- wero a great 11101. cy No Dun' r.itii- Cons in ' solliiis - AIhhiI Iti'Wllllc anil rrmmmjr. The free trade organ at the corner yesterday joined in the contention oi Mr. Cleveland and Carlisle that more revenue is not needed, notwithstand ing the regular excess of expenditures over receipts shown month alter month and year after j ear during Mr. avenue, Washington, may meet almost any daya man whose experience ought to be a warning to the young people of America. A few years ago he was an influential member of Congress, and his services as a stump speaker was sought by the national committee in every campaign. He had the gift of elccruence, a thorough knowledge of politics, and the benefit ol a good education and wide reading. He was listened to as attentively as any other man in the home. He served on important committees; but when the tital wave came he was swept out ot public life, a man of the opposite party was swept into his congressional seat. He sought an office, as many do, under the executive department. He was "talked of" for a cabinet position in the newspapers. He was a candidate for a foreign mis. sion. For some reason perhaps the allurement of Wasliinpton life, perhaps his own laziness he did not go back to his old home and resume his law practice, which had been large and lucrative before he went to congress. He preferred to stay here and pick up a living the best he could. Hegnt two or three fees for looking alter legislation, but he was not a successful lobbyist, and how he managed to survive four years of the Cleveland His administration is a mystery. wife and lamily are very well thought of and have been doing their best to keep up appearance, but he has deHe scended to the level of a loafer. first began to borrow $25 at a time; then he reduced his demands, until He is a now he asks for 50 cents. candidate for almost anything he can get under the present administration. He remarked the other day to a former collegue in cone less that he had gone past the stage of seeking "a pos sition of honor nnd tniit." What he wants now is wages Will Receive Bids. Scaled bids for building the abutments for a bridge across Burnett's creek on the EJartford aud Livermorc road at the Woodward's val-le- y church near Hef-liwill be received by the undersigned n, commissioners from now until 6 o'clock p, m., Saturday, July 24, 1897. SPECIFICATIONS. THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE, Lung Ti cables and Consumption can lie cured. An Imminent New York Chemist and Offer Scientist UakM a to our Readers. l're The distinguished New York Chemist, T. A, Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a reliable nnd absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Tulierculosis)and all bronchial, throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flet.li, aud conditions ol wasting away, will send TURKIC I'RIHS bOTTLUS (ill diflerpnt) of his New Discovery to uny sfllicted leader of Tun Ui:ruiii.icN writing for them. Ills "New Scientific Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by its timely iifce, and he considers it n simple professional duty .tosulkriug humanity to donate a trial ol )n Inders, and this great chemist, patiently experimenting for jer.rs, has lesults as beneficial to humanity as can be claimed 'jy any modern genius. Iiis assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in any climate is pioven by ''heartfelt Utters cf gratitude, "filed inhisAmer lean and European labors tot irs in llw.tikfltiflu Abutments to be about 10 feet high, 9 feet thick at the bottom and 6 feet thick at the top and about 20 feet long with wing walls to suit the abutments. All the work to be put up of first- - class materia! in work- manner, manlike 3iuko out your bids at a certain price per cubic foot. OTIIUIS COUNTY OFFICERS. IT given nil inqvirtniit i of tin-- Natluu. G. S. Fitzbugh, Surveyor Sulphur ITgivw a'l iuiporlnut neusof tho World. IT give the mmt reliable mitrket rcjKirta. It jou ask some men for a few dol- Springs. N. (J. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. IT give brilliant mid instructive editoriMf. lar's worth of advertising tliey will Z. H. Sliultz, School Supt. HartIT gives luecinntintf hnrt ttorit-tell you that it don't pay and that no ford. IT give an iiiieculled Hriciilttiml ilevnrlniout. one reads the advertisements, but il L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur It gijeM Hiientilit and nieobittiical information. you catch the same man with his arm Springs. IT gives illiutrated fiwhiun articlet. C. R, Campholl, Poorhousc IT gives humorous illuttrfftion. around another man's wife and il the IT gives entertainment to )ounj mid old. office was seven miles high, that man Keeper, Hartford. JUSTicis' couirrtj. IT gives satisfaction evcrywhorp to everylxMly wonld climb the stairs and beg the A. S. Aui.l March 11, June 1, Sepwe turnisii IUK Kl.l'Uliiat Ai and NKW YOHK WEKKLV editor to keep still, &c , and yet no tember 1, December 1. TUIHUNK, both papers one reads thf local papers. Strange, Jont D. Wn.sox March 15, Juno fl, isn't it? Ptincetou News. September a, December 4. 12, C. L. WoonwARii-Ma- rch June 11, September 10, December 10 raolc liur lift Intj. l!oa'ITubicroEltnl Address all orders to the J.s. A. IJowuo March 20, .June To Quit totmcco eablly ami toreier. boning nlc, full ol life, nerve and vliror, take No li, September IS, December 18. rorkir, that n.nltcs utnkmcn D. F, G11 vvra March 2", June strong. All druntlsta, Wo or II. CurcKutrau-tcullooklet anil twniplo free Attdrcin 20, September 23, December, 24- Sterling Itemed)- Co, Chicago or iew York. Write your name und address on n postal card, send it to Geo. W. Ilea Room 2, Tribune Building. New York City, aud sample copy olTIIK Ask your A country editor, having handed in NKW YORK WEEKLY TRI1IUNI-- . will be niniled to you llVUERlSt his checks, was being escorted from for a gpniious if earth to heaven by an angel who lud cent tii.il been s.ent for that purpose. The editi:ij tVrillll ISnlm or wanted to get a look rt the other contains no co cam, mercury place and acroidingly they other irju gates of hell While they weie nous drug to the wandering around taking in the Il is qtncklj siphts, the editor strayed from Alworbed. Glve S. E. Cor. 5th and Market Sts, Louisville, Ky. the angel, who commenced to look Rrlirf nt once. It " COLD HEAD up when it wastiinc to go. When him Affords the best facilities for thorough practical training in SHORTfound he was seated on a chunk of eatheNisnl Passages. All.isli.ll.iiu and l'r jticts the HAND. TVI'i: WRITING and Success assure.1 iu in front ol n redhot lurnacc tuition. Heals brimstone Restorer the Ssn.ses of THRKK MON TilS. Tirins moderate. I'tiidls assisted to POSITIONS which was. labeled: "Delis epient sub- Membrane. Taste ard Smell. Full Sire 50c; Busintss men furnished Stenographers I'RHI! OI' scribers and moss-bac- k merchants " Trial Si.c 10c at Druggists or bj when competent CHARGE The angel informed him that it was mail. time to go. "Go? Look theie," he FJ.Y BROS , 56 Warren St . N. Y said, pointing to the furnace, "you go on; I'm not coming. Til's is Kdnrnto Vnnr Hmrclt TI Itlt Ciit.uieU. Cindy f'!ilirtlc. ouri ronsilpatlcn foreicr. heaven enough for me." 10c, (Sc. IICCC tall, JruKKl.ts refund money m-W- The report was adapted. Resolutions declare unfaltering allegiance to the principles and polities of the party of protection, sound money, reciprocity and patriotism, as expressed in the St. Louta platfomi; congratulate the country upon the evidences of returning prospetity, and commend the Piesident and Ccngic-- s for rending n monetary commission to European nations, foriiiRUgurutirg measures for the nunexition of Hawaiian, and for their attitude on the Cuban matter has tended to lessen the Spanish atrocities of that Island. President Cleveland's civil service changes nre vigorously condeiued, sympathy is expressed with miueis and other laboring men iu their peaceful struggles for living wages. tion excluded. 0 Cnl. P. Keown, Sheriff-Hartf- niil. Deputies Samuel Keoun Hartford J no Roberts, FonUvilloj Thus. II. Disliop, Ccutortown; S. T. Stevens, Cromwell. Court convenes first Monday in March aud August and continues three week, anil third Mommy 111 May and November two weeks. COUNTY" 4 i 1 4 i A1, 4 i ' J,l- - Hi, A', If UM A At ikimMiu, -P-O- COUUT. John P. Morton. Judge Hartford. I). M. Hocker, Clerk Hnrtford. E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes first Monday in each month. RVKUY member of January, April, July and October. COUUT 01 qtTAUmtl.Y COUUT. Degina on tho third Monday CLAIMS. family on KVKRY (Mrm, in rvr.uY viiingf, in KVKUY Stte aud Turitry. YOU 12tIiK.uti.ui, FOK Noble MauliiNHl, FOlv Trtio Wniiittiihood. i:Vi:rtY in Convenes flret Monday iu January, aud Tuesday after the second Monday in Octobor. ONE YEAR UALITFOIM) REPUBLICAN. - CATARRH ' no-an- glassy SmifflCIlL COLLEGE SHORTHAND INSTITUTE HOOK-KKKPIN- jn iffliffi l. xiriin.. gBaatTli,.,l.H'.'f.-mjwHCT:'wy- . Notwithstamling our burnt-ou- nev Saved. t j. f inTtrk,Vll"TT'mf 3 Do you want any lart July wo nro still licwlriuarlcra lor all PRINTING? I arc ready lo ro- - g ccivc your orders for ar.y thing in that line. We print is Iloet quality of SfoeLand CIiIIIimI I'lowc. Doth Walking and Hiding Urakcw Corn Drill, Check-roPlanter', Killing and Walking Cultivatora with and without tongues, Dic Ilanon?, Fencing Wire plain and barbed. (Minnie Mowori and Uinders.IIubor Thicahiug Machinc.Traction eugintw. All above Impleinetitf) are gunrauteed to bo of flio host quality. Pirat-dnsrepairing of all kinds done promptly. a specialty, also n full lino'oi ferliluara for tobacco. You will find t;s at.'otir ohl't tniul on First nnd Ikilroad St. Conio in and ho us. a Iloree-sliooing Farming Implements. kinda of Iiyoudo, Ivetter Heads, Hill Heads, )ve j Note Heads, Stntomeuts, CitQiilars, Dodgers, Horse TlillH, Business Cards, VHtinK Caidb, Wwlding Invitations, I'r?iicriptiou S tft g? eg WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, UHAVI2II DAM, KY. m an Illanks, Jack Rills. Bonds W:Sl255a-S-- ' icX sk W m a Wv3 . with approved security will be required of the successful bidBids will be opened Monday, Juder. ly 26th, 1897, and THE DIFFTRENCT 'HSg? 5lffl c A c in the Quality and the amount of light produced fe by an old fashioned TAIJ.OW DIP w rnul an INCANDI-vSCIvNBULU is not more inaiked than is the difference in appear- iniice, 111 style aim quality ot the wearing Apparel made by n Iii in'ct ovorything that you want rw s printed. All work and ' at lowest prices. Write or call for esti mates. first-clas- THE iEPULi, fc 1 Soml-Woekly Sotni-Weekl- M. BORN & CO.. THE CHEAT CHICAGO MERCHANT TAILORS, fallible cure. .Science dally and the work of the mass of Tailors. develops new wonpro-duce- d the successful party will bo notified nt once so that the proper bond can bo Tha Sulta and Overcoats of the former ore .x.w iiiuuuiiiiuiin ui laiiurmtg Mri, We Guarantee to fit and pletme you and oav you money. 300 CHOICE NEW PATTERNS to select from. ylm Our Clubbing Rates. The Republican and tho Lotiiavillo Cominfroial....81.2C " aud Cmirier..Inti5nal..., l.fiO " and Glohij.Dpmocral.... 1.7(5 and Now York Tiihuiio 1.25 and Louisville Daily Post 2 75 ATJAS, A. THOMAS'. SB Iiaiii tflnfin tuuit Sn(Irini ahmlhl Inuta.iF mAvmit f his lay Hfciiuoun proposition. I'leau.' tell the Doctor that you saw his cfUr iu the Ki.nnucAN. parts of the world. Mdlir.il nVDirlS rnncade I chial, clust and lung troubles lead to Consumption, which, unintettupted. andceaitiiiu deolh. .. uitftn oimiiiy wine 10 1. t. aiocuui, i. C , 98 I'm stteet, New Yuik, unlng poslulfice and express address, aud the Ire medicine will be piomptly executed and work fti nil IStiU'tCtl immediately lint lirnn- tllCl'Cllf tlM'. iilli'llt Is w S jfera CnORT-HAH- fj ' reserved roject any and a!l !5. TEM0RAPH7, PEMMAUSHir, ETC. 1 w I 25 CURLCOii&TIPATiONaX 1IVlO. F. (Ii'iu'ii Gavks, . IW11I .Spec nl Coin. am 10 4 W5JKwtHrvmsrm9X8fmAwKBr DRUGGISTS SO 111 1 HT'TD tn c u a any tattol tonsllpatlo 1. rcortt aie I In Idol Uu 1 UQlit 1ITPT V UUilllrtlUl-lnudUbUlUul fill 1..0. n iiririlDorifrlni.lutruuriiiuitiilrriiiltl. him. lit. id. MKlirtVO UDILIlY ll)..nilrau,noiitrMl,Cin.,orAn)ork. I t,tud booklet i0MgMMi3a3 L f. .srr (Mz'MtytKWZ: zsunw&ifoW04Z V7Uo defclres rr. BRYAWT & STRATTOra "'SSSEKB&ii. Wo. 400 THinP BTItKKT, LOUIHVILI.B, KY. to better his or hor condition in life, should writo for tho Catalogue or tho