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All effort should be made to smooth these rugged placet) in life's pathway for her, ere she presses to her bosom her babe. The Hartford Republican, OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL rr i n nilfrtwrw ii in mi i r -- rrr taWea4afcssksVjsstbaMfki -- o, "Nothing else like it:" The most refreshing and pleasant doap lor the skin. DISTRICT. QmiicATEP rag MOTHER'S FRIEND VOL. X. HAETFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1897. CONFUSION In No. J. $100 GIVEN AWAY To tho Most Popular Toaoli-orof Ohio County. The ItomiMOAN 1ms s Cutaneous II rvSOAF. TiCrVAimsoTic rcii tn Toner NuniEPirsDAtH !' n himself nnd moves independently ot of the patty lash, stated that the outlook is far better than for some time. Last year he sold cnttlent three cents, Ex-Tre- as. this yenr he received 4 nnd 4J cents. Hogs pold as low ns three cents while this year he cot H cents. Wheat one year ago, sold nt fifty cents this year it is bringing sixty. This big farmer closed hearted, his remarks by saying that the calamity shrlekers nre doing more to keep back prosperity than nil other causes combined. If every man will work, do something, then better times CounAmerican " know one lady, tho mother of three will come knocking at his door. children, who guttered greatly in tho try. birth of each, who ubtslncd a bottle or Here arc two versions but it does not 'Mother's Friend' of mo beforo her require a very Intge pair of eyes to fourth confinement, nnd was reliurd Few people In Kentucky know sec that the liberal, independent man quickly nml easily. All agree that their labor was shorter and lea painful," whether Dick Tate is nlivc or dead, is right. Tlie I'nntagraph is pleased John O. I'ouiill, Macon, (la. nnd still fewer know where he is. to congratulate the country upon evi, VETX BOTTLE nt all Some think he is in China and some dence of returning prosperity, 51.00 or aont by mall on rocolpt of price. I'nntagraph. believe he is In his grave, and it is Containing liiTaltutilo Information o BOOKS 'nterrft to all women, will bo sent to thought that even his wife died with rtltt anjr aiMroM uion application, b out an idea of his whereabouts. And fiioo luniirii ttiou. TMtDnA0riILDHIOULATOnCO.,TlNTA,O. yet with all this he has been in the The readers of this paper will be Who ran tblnk pleased to lcats thtt there is at least Wanted-- An Idea of .Olno simple United States within three years. tblnglopalrnir Rev. Den Dcering, the traveling one dreaded disease that science has Protect ur Mrai; th.y mar litlog you wealth Writ JOHN WKUDElllilTHN A 1.11 .fi.li.nt ttlnr. reyt. Wa.iilc.ctun, 1) i, for thtlr ti.Hii prlto offer lecturer nnd preacher, who has been been able to cure in nil Its stages, and KbJ lUt ot Ifio hundred Inrdyloue wanted. a. i. It the city for the past few days, was thnt is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure for Klfty Cents. one? n resident of Fraukfott, and a is the only positive cure known to tl uanntcol tobacco habit euro tnnliea weak dun slrouv, blood luro. Mo, II. All dructiiaU. newspaper man. There was nn Inthe medical fraternity. Catarrh beterest subserve, and a newspaper, th e ing n constitutional disease, requires oWERCHANT'S WJGazette, was bought, and Mr. Deer-In- g a constitutional treatment. Hall's put In charge. Dick Tate was Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acone of the men who furnished the ting directly upon the blood and muHe was in the office very cous surfaces of the system, thereby money. frequently, nnd Mr. Dcering became destroying the foundation of the divery intimate with liltu. Like every- sease, and giving the patient strength body else who knew him, Mr. Deer-5n- g by bollding up the constitution and loved Honest Dick. Hy nnd by assisting nature in doing its work. the paper failed and Mr. Dcering left The proprietors have so much faith in Fraukfott and located in in St. I.ouis its curative powers, that they offer One Dollars lor any case ii the publishing business. Dick that itHundred cure. Send for list of fails to J Caputs. A&d TrtdtvMarVt obtained and all FatJ all there was and disappeared stole 1 T. Address. TcniDuiinesconaucieaiur moockatc fic. fjrever. Mr. Deeiiug was shocked testimonials. ynOfnCf ItOfPOllTCUB. PATtMTOfflCt P'.J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. u vreeantecuro taieniia icm luua uua uuw; beyond measure when he heard the Atiie frCitn WAthinPtoiL Sold bv Druggists. 75c. sifid model, drawing or thntoM trlth dtKrirv Hall's Faimily Fills are the best. news, as he had boundless faith in mmo. we ahyim. ii MieniiM or not. irea uf not fehure Oar fee " due till patent it him, but lie had to recognize the S A P'Mph LtT, Hw Ot'taln I'fttcntV with Jcott cl Mae In the U. S. and foreign couatriM! truth that his idol had fell, and with Tit lis- li ti tn ire, jinarrsi. Unlit it a large part of his confidence in the alftiturt, """ honesty of the human race. PATfNT OrriCt, WASHINGTON. D. C 4 Years passed by and within the WV'WVVWWsV A Virlurlnn lrrnl. 1 1st three the Argentine Republic sent An artist a pretty Southern girl, to inspect who is in New York penciling her n deputation to St. Louis the exposition buildings there, and way to fame nnd fortune has contrivsecure ideas lor one of the same kind ed something to make that bugbear which that country designed to hold. an open bed interesting. "Since I There were officials ol several grades must have a bed in my room," said F. O. AUSTIN, M'gT.. In the company besides several citizG31 West Markot Sti'oot Bo ens. Among these latter was one she, 'I will make it as decorative as I can. In lact it will be my own show who bore a Spanish name, but who twnou5tUnud Gtli, piece ol furniture." spoke the language rather indifferent-ly- . Accordingly she stood the bed What he lacked in this however, against one wall, nnd let the foot proof Ametl-ca- n he made up In knowledge ject out into the room, ns boldly 03 BAKF.R customs nnd localities, though he though It were truly something rich j R. I.. AND Cluuks 1 did not use the English language at and rare. At the head of the bed she T. o, BAKF.R. nil. nrrnnged a canopy, and held it up by Mr. Deering's partner had some very artistic, classic cupips, which Louisville Dental Co., connection with the building commitshe colored n rich terracotta, to match tee of the exposition company and The canopy which the wall paper. r"s theSpauish gentleman visited theirof-fic-e they held in their tiny hands was of Mr. Deciing was introduced to a very dull shade of blue silkoline, them and caught his breath when with tiny red flowers upon it. Its one of them was presented It was folds enveloped the whole of the woodDick Tate. The:e was no mistaking en head piece of the bed. the face and fignre. Theic were adThe next thought wns the counter-pinded wriulkcs nnd gray haire, nnd This she made herself by sethere was a slight stoop that he had lecting a piece of very nice white mull never seen befoie. The Spanish genwhich she delicately embroidered untleman quailed slightly, but in an ins til it looked like nn elegant lace stant he saw that he was safe and spread. It was large enough to fall was himself again. 4W.I,Ut. on each side and form n big drapery. The moment the busines for which Finally, Jeading up to the bed, she they came was finished the Spanish constructed a pair of wooden steps, Gold Crowns f 5 to $7 gentleman led the way to the door and over them drew n square of imiPorcelain Crowns 3 to 5 and the patty hurried away. Mr, Upon tlie top step tation rugging. ol teeth (no better made Best look nt his matter how much you pay) . $8 Deerlng wanted another there was n figure to imitate the per-si- on no Gold fillings ?! up old friend, nnd so lie followed the prayer rugs of the Hast. Finally Silver filling 75c patty, U wns not long uhtil he had she set all off by delicate tracery In Kxtracting, pet tooth 25c a chance to pass face to face with the gold thread upon draperitigs and Painless extracting with Vitalized man nnd there was again no doubt of AJr 5c it. There wns everything to prove ovcrlngs. Extracting free when Artificial The entire design was copied from it, including a quick glance, n change-i- n bed seen in one of the rooms of the Teeth nre ordered. Office permanently located color and then the nvetted face Duchess of Kent in the beginning of which he maintained. Mr. Deering the present century, when Queen Wanted-STl- dea hoped to see him alone but he could Victoria was n little girl. In fact, it Protect yoor tdeaai ther may bring you wealth. CO.. l'atent Altor. not do so, and he did not wish to was n picture of the very bed in which Write JOHN WKDUEHBUnN nert, Wa.MDton, D. u., for f h Ir tl.Ku prlis oner aua Mil of two hundred tnrentlout wanted. thrust himself upon him, knowing Queen Victoria lay. that he had such good reasons lor concealment. HOW TO FIND OUT. In n few days the party left for New York and thence they sailed for their Fill a bottle or common water glass far southern home, with urine and let it stnnd twenty-fou- r Mr. Deerlng has since received ius hours; n sendiment of settling Indiof the kidformation from a source that is wor- cates n diseased condition neys. When uriue stains lluen It is thy of all credence thatT.ite is now positive evidence of kidney trouble. living, though fully seventy years of Too frequent desire to urinate or pain lu the back, is also convincing proof age in the progressive South American county, and that he is wotth a that the kidneys and bladder ore out great deal of money which he made of order. WHAT TO DO. there during the Argentine boom, There Is comfort in the knowledge and which he had sense enough to so oiten expressed, that Dr Kilmer's keep without reaching out after great-thing- Swamp Rootthegrent kidney remedy pain He believes that Tate will fulfills every wish in relieving in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder ultimately restore every dollar that he nnd every part of the utinary pastook from the tttnsury ol Kentucky, sages. It coirects i nubility to hold if he makes hj much, nnd that If not, uiiuc and scalding rwin in passing it, when lie dies he will leave all his or bad effects lollowing une ol liquor, that unproperty in trust for the common-wealt- h wine or bear, and ovei comescompelled pleasant necessity of being wronged he to dteply to get up many times during the Owensboro Irquirer. night to urinate. The mild tuid the Is extraordinary effect of Swnmp-Roo- t Interview. It stands the highett soon realized The Pantograph recently interview- for Its wonderful cures of the most ed two farmers on the business situa distressing cases. If you need it tion nnd we give the result ot the in- medicine you should have the host 18 JUST AS GOOD FOfl ADULTS. Doth have heretofote nfllls Sold by druggists price fifty cents nnd terviews. WARRANTED. PRICE SOcts. lated with the Democratic party. one dnllur. For a sample bottle and oii.atu, ills., Nor- It, ism. One is now a member ot the crowd pamphlet, both sent (tee by mall, ParliMedlolnoCo., t.IouU,Mo. mention TimllAnTi'ORD RnrunucAN ilenilemem Wa Mild luat tear, MO bottloa ol address mtOVB'd '1'ABTKl.EHH C1IIIJ, TONIC and hata which believes In Bryan nnd his vild nnd send your full post-offibought three Krone already tbls rear. In all our i to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. biulneM. bava twri.uaa of II yean, lu tba drug uulreraal aattt teachings, while the other Is a con turn MTar KlMin article that Y, The proprietors of this paper Tomo. a. , XMtW servative, liberal man with just guarantee the genuineness of this of"fifo. enough independence about him to fer. For sale hy Williams &jncjl. vote for whom he phases. The stl- The new chill cure, Dr. Bell's Pepver Democrat complained of the and the hard tituea and de- permint Chill Tonic tastes better, nets ren tun. riffiii u ! v. h iiift.ya. UKhua.;y8viviir:riiP!VM!Juur'ii clared that conditions are getting better, is better than nny other. It et laxative, worse. He declared that he could combines tlvr ami stimulating properties. notscll his cattle aiidhogj. that there e absolutely no bittern Heelcd uisVinx it un idoM up building tonic his croaking by Tasting n thrust at ns well ns mi tlfeclunl nnd perminent t, II (JWf fflj XiTtf . 1 TMk VSUaAlfUbri ham "tue money kings." The liberal tire for chills nnd lever. For sale by , Democrat who vutes as best pleases Z Wayne Griffin U Rro- - allays Nervousness, and so assists Nature that the change goes forward in an easy manner, without such violent protest in the way of Nausea, Headache, Etc. Gloomy Kentucky's forebodings yield to cheerful and urer, Seen in St. hopeful anticipations she passes through the ordeal quickly and Louis without pain is left strong and vigorous and enabled to joyously Time Ago. perform the high and holy duties now devolved upon her. Safety to life of both is assured by the hReputed to be a Wealthy use of "Mother's Friend," and the time of recovery shortened. Citizen of a South DIOK TATE. the Ranks of the Few Followers of the Free Silver Nominees a Short for - clear-heade- Judgo and Commonwoalth's Attornoy. The Fopultsts of Bntler county cinched the election of Howard nnd Hvans by nominating a full county ticket in Butler. Of course this is n story connected with it, and trom the most reliable souicea Press reporter learned it as follows' Last year when John Rhea needed the Populist vote to be elected, Judge Settle nnd Mr. Porter went to the Populists of Butler county and told them if they would vote for Rhea they would see to it that they were represented on the Butler ticket for county offices. They even went farther than that. They told them that they (Settle nnd Plrtle) would run un der the Populist's device. When the time came for this to be done, the judicial nominees refused to stand up to their promises nnd ignored the populists altogether. It is said they told them thnt they would have no opposition nny how, so they could notlnjure them, Well, they have opposition, nnd there are four or five hnndred Populist votes in Butler county that are dead against them and are for Howard and Hvans. The best posted politic-Ia- n In Butly county stated yesterday that nt the very least the Republican majority iu Butler would be twelve Bowling Green Press. hundred. False teeth will do to eat with, but glass eyes wou't do to see with. Loss of sight is n serious thing. Granulated lids, styes and sotc eyes often result In the loss of sight. Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve is a guaranteed cure. It strengthens weak eyes. It is harmless. Druggist sell it. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. An easy way to make money says nnd exchnnge, is to take n dollar bill nnd fold it several times each way. Then unfold it and you will find it in several creases. Keep the increase and send the original bill to the printer who put you on the scheme. Take n silver dollar and drop it on to the counter. You will at once notice the ring it makes. Send the ring to your best girl and the dollar to the printer and they will both be happy. Wuler (leoil EiioiikIi fur Lincoln, The nomination of Lincoln for President ol the United States was quietly received at his home in Springfield, 111. When the committee frrni Chis cago arrived to notily Mr. Lincoln of his nomination, his two boys, Willie nnd "Tad," were perched on the fence before the house. "Tad" stood erect, nnd welcomed the committee by shouting "hooray." Charles Carle-to- n Coffin describes the reception of Drug-Otores- their little pond And then quietly It disappears Irom the sii;li ol Its kU lows and emerges Into the bright sunHere It light 'jf the greater world Is transformed, nnd nov with outstretched wings it darts hither nnd thither reflecting the brinhtness of the sun from its gorgeous body. But it docs not forget the promise it has made to the friends it has left below. It tries to return to the world from which it has just been resurrected, but cannot now leave the ntmoss phere iu which it lives. All it can do is to wait for them to come to where It now lives, a beautiful dragou fly. "And thus it is with those who have disappeared Irom our sight. There love for us is not lessened because they arc not able to commune with us, but they nre wnlting In the presence of the Mnster for thnt glorious moment when In their resurrected bodies they shall unite once more with those whom tlrcy have loved on earth." It lasts twice us always been friendly to the teachers of Ohio county, and has always received substantial aid from tliem and wo have now determined to givo $100.00 in pres ents to tho teachers in a voting com test. Wo have four prizes, valued at 30, $25, 825 nnd $20, which wo nro going to givo nwny. Wo uro going f 0 allow tho teachers and people to eay who shall hnvo these presents. Two of tho prizes will be given to tho two moat popular lady teachers and two will be given to tho two most popular gentlemen teachers. We will pub- ish every week two coupons in The Rei'UIimcan nnd all votes must bo used as printed. It makes no difference how you get hold of tho paper, just so you use the printed form as no other will bo counted. Tho prizes will bo distributed as follows: 1. To tho young lady teacher who receives the largest number of votes wo will givo one of Geo. P. Cram's New Universal Globes, valued at 830. It is tho finest Globe that is made. 2. To tho young gentleman teacher who receives tho largest number of votes wo will givo ono of Cram's New Universal Atlas, valued at $26. 3. To tho young gentleman teacher who receives tho second largest number of votes, we will gi re a scholarship in King's Commercial College of Lousviile, valued at $25. 4. To tho young lady teacher who receives tho second largest number of votes, wo will give a scholarship iu Kenyon College at Hodgeusville, valued at 820, making in all a total of 8100 to give to the teachers. We have made nrrangemeuts with Bupt. Bhultz totnko charge ot voting contest, to open tho ballot box, count tho votes, &c, Tho contest will closo on the last day of tho Ohio County Teachers' Institute, which will bo hold somo timo in August, Tho voting will bo perfectly fair, and Mr. Shultz, together with his Board of Examiners, will count tho votes nnd tho prizes will be awarded that Go to work and vote for your day. choice. Send all votes to Z. H. Shultz, Hartford, Ky., and ho will put them in the ballot box. We can furnish exfra copies of The Kepub-lica- n to anyone who wants to vote at 5c per copy. If you want many copies, leave your order a week before mini, win pieaie me molt laailalout. Mir. ol FRENCH MILLED A trial will convince you of Its long; as others. great f 55 vxto. : CHARLES F.MILLER, TOILET SOAPS AND PERFUMERY, RSTAnLisrmn, isio. e PRuFESSWNAL Lancaster, Penn. n nmii OA1W. pfilW M. L. Taxxiem j&.. Smitli, IT IAW ut. Will prnctico his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given t collections. Offico east sido of put-Ji- t square. iiAiirroitii, Heavrik. HEAVRIN Shelby Taylor. & TAYIOR. i Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Tor Infants and Children. tlifis- tlallt tlgtitait -J- 2 yf Attorney at Law. Beaveh Pam, Ky. Perry Wosterfield, r .... Tlio first Ail tlrn Eicr dlven. I am more and mure convinced, the longer I live, that the very best advice that was ever given from friend to friend is contained in these lew words. "Mind your own business." The following of it would save many a heartache. Its observanc would in- Hartford, Ky. Will practico his profession in all tho courts of Ohio Rnd adioininir counties. Also Notarv Public. Ofiico, in Commercial Hotel. Attorney at Law, R. R. WEDTlTTMfi i Mcu9-d- OASTOIIIA. kUs C.A.SSMOW&TCQJ AUSTEN HQTEL Louisville, Ky. sure against every sort of wrangling. When we mind our own business we are sure ol success in whatever we undertake, and may count upon a glorious Immunity from failure. When the husbandman harvests a crop by hanging over the fence and watching his neighbor hoe weeds, it will be time tor you and me to achieve renown in any undertaking iu which we do not exclusively need to mind our own business. If I had a family of young children to give advice to, my early, late, and constant admoni-nitio- n would be, always and everywhere, "mind your own business." Thus would they woo harmony and peace and live to enjoy something like comoleteness of life. Ex. Will Practico his nrofossim'i in nil tl. courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will lm in n business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. Attorney at Law, HARTPORD, KY, 2E3. KY. Will practice his profession in tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn ties. Special attention given to col lections. Offico in Courthouse. Attorney aij; aw, HABTFORD, Attorney atKYT Law HARTFORD, JNO. B. WILSON, attention P. aNTESuSLlj, (Uonnty Attorney) 14 Carbuncles! ot all sufferers with blood diseases is Identical. First the doctors are consulted, and their prescription of potash and mercury is taken faithfully, but &c., also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Office North side of public square. SPECIAL mating abstracts, given to It'a the same story. The experience hand. Remember we will givo 20 votes with every now subscriber to The Get your friends to subscribe snd give you tho coupons, and by this means your candidate Rei-ublioa- Hartford, Ky. Will practico his profession in nil tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Offico with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. Attorney at jaw H. E. LEE SIMMEBMAN, e. will win. L O O (3 I OWENSBORO, KY. st SS without result. Months pass, and the mercurial dose is continued, until finally, his condition being no better, or often worse, the patient becomes discouraged and decides to change treatment. the committc: Patent medicines are then taken, "Mrs. Lincoln will be pleased to but until the right one is found the results are the Haute. S. S. S. is the see you In the other toom, gentleonly blood remedy on the market men. Yon will be thirsty after your which is guaranteed purely vegetable. You will find somelong journey. It is the only one that contains no mercury, no potash, or other mineral, thing refreshing in the library." and therefore is the only one that In the library were several hundred promptly gets at the bottom of all volumes of ranged upon shelves, two blood disease and cures permanently. globes, one terrestial, the other celestial, a plain table, a pitcher of cold water nnd glasses, but no wine nor liquors. "You did not find nny great spread of liquors, I take it," remarked n citizen of Springfield the next morning. Attorney at Law, Hhutford, Ky., Will practico his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted lo his care. Office in Republican J.B. VICKEBS, O H a 3 S. m i S 1 O building. 2 o Attorney at l&w HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice in all tho Courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties. Special attention givon to collections. Offico with County Attornoy. . ABMISTEAD JONES, o o " o ;? 0 DPIU Ti.ui: "No," I replied. S 3 c a o 3 s. "Therebyhangs allttlestory. When we knew you were on your way, a number of us called on Mr. Lincoln and said that in alt probabllty some of the members of the committee would need some refreshments, wines or liquors. 'I hav'nt any in the 'We will furnish house,' he said. them.' 'Gentlemen, I can not allow you to do what I will not do myself,' was the reply. "But that was not the end to it. Some of our Democratic citizens, feeling that Springfield had been highly honored by the nomination, sent over some baskets of champagne but Mr. Lincoln sent them back, thanking them for their intended kindness. Interior. '' m m and Tt1I1tc7 lUWta UH cured at homo wlUv BTL?S out palo. Book otrmr-BWHoniara wnt rili:K. UM.W001.LUY.M.U. Offlco 1M N. i'rror St. Allautu. on. taiii.i: GOING n.t 1. c. EAST. ky. 11. 11. ih:avi:k E C Local Freight No. 292 n 6 00 a. m. No. 222 a 1 02 p. m. Mail No. 202 a 7 25 p. m. Fast Mail . GOING O x? o Co WBST. c MX, jositnt C. WYOATT. o 3 O No. 201 a 7 17 n. m. No. 221 a 12 25 p 111. Mail Local Freight No 291 n 3 25 p. m. II. MniutiCK, Agt. Fast Mail TASTELESS Kn Ti - ce l8IasjS , plu-tocr- aty dl-g- a-- r All who are afllictcd with Scrofula, Eczema, Tetter, Cancer, Carbuncles, Rheumatism, Contagious Ulood Poison, Catarrh, or any other form of blood troubles, will find In S. S. 8. a prompt-anpermanent cure; it matters not how deep seated the disease, or what other treatment has failed. Carbuncles are the result of an impoverished condition of the blood, causing a depressed vitality and such a. low state of health that It Udlfflcult for thesystem to withstand even the.mlldest illness. Mr, Joseph C. Mygatt, of No. 400 HanTim I.ltn llejroiiil tlio Uriive. cock Ave., Athens, Ga., says: " I con"There Is a little book entitled tracted blood ikiUou from dye, which The Life Beyond' that presents the developed such alarming symptoms, despaired of, that my life was truth of the Resurrection in a wonder- At one 'time therealmost fourteen carwere ful manner," writes IC vaug e 1st Moody buncles on my body, and my suffering in the August Ladies' Home Journal. was such that for mouths I was tillable to do any work. The best physician ' It is nn nllegory and pretends to In our city treated me constantly, but give the experiences of a little dragon his efforts were of no avail, my condition growing worse all the while. fly grub. The insects longs to know "S, S, S. was recommended, and after is beyond the sphere of Its little I had taken the tirst bottle, an imwhat provement was noticed. I grew better world. Iu vain it inquires of the fish every day. and after taking six bottles that live In the same pond, but they I was entirely cured. The carbuncles have no 'experience In any other all disappeared, leaving my skin perfectly clear, and I have never had one sphere, nor can any of Its fellows sats since." There Is not a disease, of tho blood, Isfy Its anxious yearning. The only which S. not how it world it knows is a little meadow S. matters not cure. severe,guaranteed 8. will It U pond; nil Us experience is limited by the bounds ol the surrounding banks, At length the grub is overcome by a strange attraction upward, and gatha real ering about it all Its fellows It tells and Is troubles, blood romedy for rest blood promptly reaching the for the regthat it must leave them seat of the disease, una forcing It out ions above, and promises to return to permanently- Hooks on cancer, and blood and skin tell them what it has found to exist disease mailed fice to uny address. in tne beyond, tf, indeed, there may Swift (Specific Co., Atlanta, Oa. he anything above the bulrushes ol The o 0 w v- llepublican and the for Courier-Journ- al U n 0110 year o O C O h o for $1.50. Henderson route Louisville, Iltnder- son nnd St Louis Railway Cumpany Time Curd effective May 30, 197. UAST BOUND 46 No .12 44 7:56am 8:55pm I.v St Louis Itvansville 6:50am 2:23pm 2:45am Henderson 7:15am 2:46pm 3:10am Spottsville 7:38am 3:07pm 2:28am Owtm.sboro8:iSam 3M4m 4:00am Hawesvllle 9:17am 4,4opm 4:5oam Cloverpott 9:45ani 5:03pm 5:10am Irvlngton 10:45am 6:03pm 5:571m 7:3oa, ArLoulsville 1235pm WUST BOUND No. 41 43 45 Lv.Louisvllle 7:30am 4:51" 8:23pm Brandenburg 8:51am 609pm 9:30am Itvlngton 9:15am 6:43pm 9:52am Stephenport 9:51am 7:20pm 10:21am Cloverpott 10:11am 7:39pm 10:26pm Hawesvllle 10:35.1m 8:04pm 10:58pm 11:48pm Owensboro 11 :35am Spottsville 12:17pm 9"47pm 12:23pm 10:10pm iai4jpni Henderson 12:40 Itvansville 1:15pm 10:40pm 2:45pm 7.20pm Ar St Louis All trains run through solid to and Pullman Slreper on all trains between Si I. his, Kvansville and N" H snd j connects Louisville and Har- Pt Irungtuii lor FmdsMile du'sbuu' 1a H evc-p- t Sttndn) S Olil Old people who require medicine ti regulate the bowels nnd kidnejs will find the true remedy in Elccttlc Bit ters. Ibis medicine does not stimu- rMlr. Purely Vegetable late and containes no whiskey nor other Intoxicant, but acts as a tonic and alterative. It acts mildly on the stomach and bowels, adding strength and giving tone to the organs, there-baiding Nature in the performance of the functions. Electric Bitters is and excellent nppetized and aids digestion. Old People find It just exactly what they need. Price fifty centn and $t.no per bottle at J. 11. Williams Drug Store. The Floating Studio is at Calhoon. T11 fit- - Itvansville. Through Parlor Cats OASTontA. - ,, V(ft(. iiir 11 I Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JULY 30. 1897. nliplitig The Fiikk silver Mexico Is thinking of tlio gold standard, as it is CONVENTION. Republicans of tho Tonth Senatorial District Nomina to n Candidate. tho best for the people. oouiffry is now on a solid financial base, with n good protective law, nnd we will have no moro bond Offloo on Fox Stroot. IkMiril Ktrry l'rlln ill lliirllorit, . Ity, SAM A. ANOKRSON Editor. Subscription, $1.26 por your ce Hnnoock county and in Gray-sont Hartford Hntereil at the post-officounty the Populistn nnd Demoi as second class malt matter. crats havo fused and iu both canities, wo lonrn, that they will voto undor a fusion elovico. This Is treating the Populists with some consideration and is not calculated to kill their party. In Ohio county tlicro aro nearly as many Populists as there aro iu both tho abovo mentioned countios, nnd wo find that the bosses havo said that they havo to voto undor tho rooster, thcroby killing their party f orovcr in REPDLIOAN TICKET. this county. Why don't tho Democrats in this county treat tho PopuEloctlon Nov. 2, 1897. lists liko they havo in theso other counties? Simply this, they havo all County Judge, Jns. A. Park. County Clork, M. S. Raglnnd. along wanted to kill tho Populist parCircuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, ty and tho present way they havo deCounty Attornoy, M. L. Hcavrin. creed that tho Populists should vote Sheriff, S. T. Slovens, will effectually do it. Wo were in fc'oliool Superintendent, Fon Rogers. conversation with n prominont young Jailer, Titos. II. Black. Asoor, 0. D. Royal. Democrat of Ohio county one day Coroner, L. W. Hunt. this week regarding tho fusion nnd he Surveyor, N. lloxloy. said tho Democrats would not voto lor MAGISTRATE tho Populists on the ticket, thus they Hartford Dist Christopher Allen. will run behiud their Democratic coli Cromwell Dist Jont B. Wilson. leagues and sutler their party to colFordsvillo Dist Jacob Ckaucelor. lapse, all because tho bosses have said so. The future can only tell tho tale. Announcemonts. f&L We are autliotized to announce R. A. BYERS As a candidate for Representative from Ohio county, subject to the n of the Rtpublican patty. We are authorized to announce R. C. JARNAG1N As a candidate for Representative Iron Ohio county, subject to the action of the Republican patty For llriircKPiitnllir. Rosine Magisterial District, subject to the action of the Republican party. We are authroized to announce L. B. LONIJY As a candidate for Magistrate In the I'or MnRlslrntP. We ate authorized to announce THOS. H. FAUGHT As a candidate for Magistrate in the Rosine Magisterial District, subject to the action of the Republican patty subject to the Republican party. NlnleHciiRiur. We are authorized to announce Dr. T. G. TURNER, Of Muhlenberg county, as a candidate for State Senator of the Sixth Senatos rial District, composed of the counties oi Ohio, Muhlenberg and Butler, I'r the price of farm products continue to riso tho silver orators wjll have "no speech." If It is still going up. Wheat The quoted at 74 cents per bushel. price of silver continues to go down, and thus the eilver orators are out of a job. is As an evidence of the prosperity which the McKinley Administration is certain to bring, the operators of the coal mines at Render, McITenry and Williams Mines have paid up their men in full, the first time for There were several many months. thousand dollars paid out right here hi our midst in the past few days. IIaiiti'Oiid's prospects for improve ments are better now than they have Mr. W. L. been for some time. Grnvcs is going to locate his factory hero iu a short while. Our citizens have donated so far over $200 00 to him as an inducement to lie will de.get him to locato here. in a very few days. cide for certain Tun Dingley Tariir Rill has passed both houses of Congress and has been signed by the President, thus becoming a law at midnight last Friday night. It will bo a great stimulant to trado iu every quarter. Our home manufactures, that have beeu idle so long under Democratic free trade, will again open up and thousands of idle workingmeu will bo given an ops. portunity to cam a living fortheir Under the McKinley law this country was prosperous, so it will be undor tho Dingloy law. fnm-ilie- Jt has already been stated in tlioee columns that Mr. 11. M. Jolly, of Breckinridge county, would be nonis mated by tho Republicans of tho 10th Senatorial District us tbeirwmiiiieo for State Senator. lie was unanimously nominated last Saturday at Clover-por- t, notwithstanding he had opposition. Wo understand that tho prospects of Mr. Jolly's election are bright indeed. The Republicans of the J 0th Senatorial district should luavo no stone unturned to secure his election. Much is at slake iu tho election of our Senators this year, lor he who is elected will have a voico in feo'octlng a successor to tho lion. Win. Lindsay, now the senior Senator from this Stato. It is woll known that Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn is now to break into the United States Senate again, when Mr. Lindsay's term shall have expired. Such a dire calamity should if powible be averted. Whenever there Is a chance thoreforo to elect a Ropublionn Senator it should he done, J, C. S. Blackburn nor or any (it his crowd should over nguin be permitted to represent this State in the Senate of tho United A Republican should States. d Senator Lindsay, and it that be impossible, then he ohould succeed g sua-oee- hiiielf. M Uwt ttuiufh brup. Tmim OuuX' Uw j iIgHlfiiarfMgMltg)l HAitniNsmmo, July 26 The convention to nominate n Republican candidate for Senator from the Tenth Senatorial Dlsttict, was held at Cloverpott last Sntutday. The convention was well attended nnd Intense enthusiasm was manifested. The convention was composed of fine looking nnd intc'ligcntdclcgntes from Meade, Ilteckintldge and Hancock counties. The nctive candidates befote the convention were Dr. Hcavrin, and W. S. Stertett, of Haweaville. Mr. R. M, Jolly, of rireckintidge county, was not an active candidate, nor was he a candidate nt all, but it wa, understood that he was in the hands oi his friends. Hancock county sent two delegates to the convention, one being Instructed for Sterrett nnd the other for Heavrin. Unfortunately some bad feeling existed between the two delegates, which cause the delegates from Meade and Breckintidgc to look with disfavor upon the candid.tcy ol either Heavrin ot Sterrett; personally both gentlemen were held iu very high esteem. The delegation trom Meade wingofthe PopThe county was instiucted for Mr. Tolly, ulist parly is very much disturbed while the Brcckinridgcdclegnllon was over the result of the Nashville conuninstructed. vention, in which 700 representatives At two o'clock Allen R. Kincbeloe, ot the Populist patty dcclatcd against chairman ot the district, called the futute alliances with the Democratic Aldeut C. Srr.VEKS, editor of convention to otder. Cnpt. J. II. or any other political organizations. Bradf eld's, who has over 5,000 trado Rowland, of Cloverport, was made The dignified and vigorous utterances correspondents, covcry nearly every temporary chairman and Prof. Simp of that convention, representing, as stato in tho Union, has written u let- son, of Meade, secretary. it did, a large majority of the Popus ter to tho New York World discusing Committees on credentials, perma- lists of the United States, make it the business situation in tho country nent organ izition and resolutions perftctly apparent that the days of at large. His letter U as follows: wete appointed. The committee on fusion between Populism and Democ"New York, July 24. (To tho permanent organization reported, and racy are over, and the silver DemoEditor of the World.) Reports from suggested that the temporary organi- crats, who lost their gold associates correspondents of Bradfield's this week zation be made permanent The re- last year, will lose that other wing of are significant in that tbey record the port was adopted. their patty from this time forward. beginning of the expected improveThe committee on credentials reA floml I'lnrr tn Ilrai. ment in fall demand for staple mer- ported in favor of seating both the Here is the latest, published by an chandise. "In no previous week this year, Hancock delegates and allowing each exchange, concerning a business havo there been material evidence of delegate one half a vote. The report man who does not advertise: "A man expansion of demand and distribu- was adopted. went into a stote and asked if he tion, Brndfiehl's has been confined Nominations for Senator were de could rest for four or five hours. The itself to reporting the business situaclared in order. proprietor, who had found a west of tion from week to week exactly as it At this point the Hancock delega- new born mice in the was, whether it suited the ends of tion asked permission to retire a lew told him he could, and then asked prosperity or adversity hunters or not moments for the purpose ol consultathim why he didn't go to a hotel. The instead of prophesying what was to ionThis was granted and in n lew man replied: I am suffering from nercome. y Mr. Dive vous prostration, and thc doctor said heralds the arrival of moments they teturncd. better demand for almost all Powers took the floor and withdrew to get a quiet place to rest, nnd I see lines of merchandise, larger bank the name ot Mr. Sterrett iu tavor of clearings than in liko periods for five Mr. Jolly. Mr. Vance arose nnd with- you don't advertise and I knew I years, a continued upward tendency drew the name of DrT Heavrin also in couldn't find a quieter plarc.' And with that lie settled back in n chair to prices, a prospect for the wheat farof Mr. Jolly. Mr. Eskridge. of and watched a swallow build a mer and cotton plnnter to share iu the favor nist renewal of prosperity, an excellent Hardinsburg, moved that the nomi- in a cheese case." nation of Mr. folly be made unanioutlook for the domestic crops, uudjan unexpected increase, in the demand mous by acclamation; the motion was Slihj- for tr.msportatiou facilities, something seconded by Dr. Baxter, of Meade f, ra I'.aili Sf-i- O. ttirr exceeding like calls for many years. county, and was carried with a shout. ilpitui a "The bituminous coal and other Mr. N. B. Chambers, ot Huwes-.ville- , strikes are the natural accompaniIlls I'liiu Inrmry was then called on for a speech ments of widespread expansion of After months ot idleness the Avery nnd he responded with au able effort trade, and were to be anticipated. plow factor', at I'ifteenth nnd Main They labor in the roIejjfjOlivar Twist which was cheered to the echo. Hon. streets, openexi yesierdav. This is iu which it will not be unsuccessful." Chas. Blanford, Hon. Dave Powers, the largest plant of its kind iu the and a young Mr. Henning, from world. Ind., also spoke. It is thought Much to do is being made by the The factory has been idle foralmost Popocratic press about the per capita by well informed politicians that Mr. three years. During that time three for educational putposes this year. Jolly will be elected by a handsome departments have been tunning, but In 1S95 it was $2. So, in 1896 $2.20 majority. it seemed impossible to onen the and this year it will be about $2 20. Teachers' Institute: The Breck- whole factory. After McKinley had "Why this reduction?" they ask. inridge county Teachers' Institute been elected the members ol the firm We can tell them plainly and quickly. was tu session here last week. Alsaw at once that there would be n reIn 1S95, being campaign year, the most 120 teachers wete in attendance vival In business and tbey at once, Democrats then in power borrowed (?) and more interest than usual was tak- made preparations to open. $200,000 from the fund for 1896 and en in the proceedings. Prof. A. R. Yestetday each department in the put it into the fund for 1895 in order Thomas, of Hlizabcthtown, was conhuge building, which covers four to make votes for the Democratic ductor, and to his able addresses and blocks, was opened, nnd about 1,000 ticket. Iu 1897, the Democratic Court instiuctions the success of the insti- men will be given employment lv-eof Appeals rendered a decision that tute was largely due. Prof. Thomas with this vast force the factory is' deprived the school fund of $150,000 made a favorable impression upon the not supplied with men. and as the revenue which would have gone to it teachers and upon the visitors in at- departments give work to the other from tax on banks. Why don't the tendance at the institute and it is departments, men willbehired r Popocrats put the blame where it be- hoped that he will be requested to Huhlein, when seen by a Comlongs? They are the patties who aie conduct the next institute. mercial reporter yesterday said: to blame for the small salaries school The teachers however took occasion "The tarifJ bill has made a great teachers are receiving. Teachers are to expose their ignorauccby condemn- change in our work. 01 course, duran intelligent class of people and will ing our present state officials for ing the free silver period it was imnot be deceived by such misrepresens the school per capita. The possible to keep things going. AlBanner. per capita is uot so largenowns it was ways during n presidential campaign tntions. three years ago, but the reduction is there Is a stagnation in business, nnd IKiiinrrallc Ilrrriillcm, result of misappropriation of school we were unable to open. Now, howThe Democrats claim that silver is funds by the official of the adminisever, we think that everj tiling is nil the issue now and will remain so for tration in power before the present right, and intend to go ahead, We the national campaing of 1900, one. This information can be obtain- will empleiy something like 2,000 They say tnnt the salvation of the ed by ony one who will take the time men when we tun full lorce. Of course couutry depends upon the free coinage and trouble to inform himself, and it we cannot run full force until the deof silver. dots not speak well lor the intclli partments make the work. The They swear they favor silver coin- gence of Kentucky teachers to be shearers must make work lot the age and the Republicans oppose it; passing resolutions that are unjust blacksmiths, the blacksmiths mutt they arc fully convinced that the and and incorrect. Robin Hood make work for the polishers, ami so country will go to the deuinitiou bow on. Thus it will be seen that we can Xrriiiiik Srrulnlii wows if thecfliiseot free silver is Ioit. "My daughter has been afflicted not work full force for some tune. I An election is to be held in Kenfall for a clerk of AppelN with scroluly and rheumatism and think that in two weeks we will be tucky this ate court. The Populists met in con- shevas very nervous We concluded 'working full force. That means that men will be given employment vention and nominated Mr. Jo A. to buy n bottle of Hood's SarSiparilla. 2.000 After she had taken four bottles she and if the factoiy'has a good reason, Patker, the brainy young chairman was cured ol all her troubles, nnd probably more." of the Populist patty. The Aveiy plow factory is the larg Mr. Patker is an ultra free silver since then we have always kept Hood's S.irsaparllla on hand." J. A. ett ot ituliind It omployes m re uhm, in every counman. He has spoken has a larger capacity, and does more ty iu Kentucky for tree silver, and Klliott, Sandy Sptings, Tennessee. business than any oilier factory ol Its arhis paper every week contains an Pood's Pills'are putcly vegetable kind in the world. This year promticle of some srtt advocatit.g the re- and do not purge, pain or grin. All ises to be a good one, nnd the factory storation ol silver coinage Last frill druggists. has opened up almost with full force. he stumped his state for W J. Bryan In two weeks the swne at FillhUenth on a rji.li iititiN. as the advocate of silver. which is and Main will have clunge .Instead The Chicago The Democrats met, nnd it was of the idle men hinging around the confidently exnected that they also nn intelligent Republican paper, has would nominate Mr. Parkr, the silver presented some facts and figures tbnt coiner there will be men at work champion. But no; tbey nominated shov tangible evidences ot the dawn earning n living for their families. "McKinley did the wotk," said a Democrat, with a shady record as of prosperity, It introduces it figures with tin following preliminary several worlmcu when pietloned regards silver. The f ictoty will remain Kentucky, it will be remembered Is stitcments, with which The Commer- yestetday open fur some time, whnu it will, cial is in full accord: a very close state. In fact last year it Comclone down to ukt ktuck. Now that the tariff question no mercial, was the closest, being the only state longer cm be n disturbing factor it is so close that it elected a divided set possible to show with confidence that lit Jfriiinry. of presidential electors. It would Altha n Caiter, died March 13, the country is on the eve of one of a complete union to elect n sil1&97, aged 2 j ear, 5 months nnd 12 ver ticket, but yet the Dmocrnts put the most prosperous eras iu its histo " ' an opposition ticket In the field which ry. The evidence tests on tacts nnd days practically assure the success of the figures. The country has been gnlns Little Altlu now has left us bright linuit And has gone to Dally Ttib Ing for a year. The victory for n Where the angels that Republican candidate. ate now singing sound currency gave a strong impulse une, Augusta, Ga. And 110 sickness ever cornel to the returning tide. Since it was How we'll miss thi little darling made cei tain that Cm tigress would' .ollrr. 'readier. In the yean that are to oouie, ' An examination will be held nt revise the tariff so ns to tiiuulnte Yrt w know that God has called her ' Until ltd on July 31 for nn appolntte lauguishinir industries nnd give the To that bright and hippy home to the State College. This examinn-- t National Treasury a surplus the gain ' Now our home Is sad nnd lonely on will be held for an appointee to IimImmii nude in tremendous leaps. I'or the light of it has gone, College proper Mid not for the The Increase iu the nation's wealth But we know that we'll lumt her the can be measure 1 only In hurdreds of Win n God cones to claim his own. Tvodies' department. Mamma, Njttows. Ky. millions of dollars. The sums nra 00 '. II. f Jtn.Tz, Co. Supt. i issue. In u - the evidence Is so ovrwhel-ni'ti- g that it can not be doubted. Thi signs nil indicate that the "good ate already at Uncle Sam's donr Thc advance in the value of Industrial and railroad stocks ol the cnmitiy Indicates It. The Improve-metIn finance nnd tmntilacturlng etnb-corroborates it The enormous gain in the wealth of tho farm-ei- s insures it. It is only necessary to look nt the lacts squarely nnd fair ly to be convinced. The facts are these: Potty-eigh- t active stocks are wotth $2(1,000,000 mote today than they werenjear ago. The grain and livcstnck products ol the farmers are wotth more thl-- t season than they were n year ago. The increase in the deposits of New York bonks over n year ago is over $128,000,000, and the increase in leans is over $65,000,000. The farmers have a big crop, for which they will get big prices, the resumption of business has increased the number ol consumers, and silver has nothing tn do with it. The more consumers thete arc that ate nble to pay, the better prices farmers will get, and the way to make profitable consumers Is to give nil workingmeu full employment nnd that can only be done under n protecCommercial. tive tariff, it $350,-000,000 Bryan-Altgeld v it and A I.PKsnii I'rnm llriiiltnril. The letter from our regular correspondent nt Bradford, which is published this week, conveyea n lesson that Is lull of meaning to every American citizen. It is shown that Bradford shipped to the United Slates, dutlnsr two nnd n half yenta under the Gotuinn Wilson Turin, forty per cent, more of her woolen nnd shoddy goods than she shipped to us during thc whole four years of the McKinley Protective Tariff The actual Increase in value was $17, 650, 000. But this by no means represents the loss to our tvcolcn manufncttiters, becmse the quality of thc goods sent here uu-dthe Democratic Free Trade law was ol the cheapest nnd shoddiest chatactor, whereas under the McKinley T.irifF whatever we bought from Bradford was ol better quality while , less in quanity. In lour years of n Protective Tatiff we bought horn Bradford goods 8, 910,374 worth In two nnd n hall yeats of the law we bought goods wotth .12,440.051. The Inctcnsc during the two and n half years, over the four years, being Most pniticulntly this $17,650,000. lesson should not be lost upon our American woolen iiianul.ictureis. They weic promised nn extraordinary degree of prosperity iu our own mar ket with free raw material wool. The wete al-promised almost unlimited control of Hie markets of the world. Many of our msuufictuters were inclined to believe the theories nnd felt disposed of the to discatd their allegiance to the policy of Protection Let us hope that thc lesson that they have learned wilt be ot lasting endurance No more Free-TradPrce-Trade'- ATTENTION, REPUBLICANS. meeting of thoKepullcnn Committee of Ohio county held in Hartford, Ky., July s, 1897, It wns ordered that the Republican voters of Ohio county be called to meet in Convention nt the Court House in Hartford, Ky , on Monday, August 2, 1S97, nt j one o'clock p. m. to nominate a can- -I to nnuie didate for delegates to the State Convention, I August 10, which meets nt to nominate a candidate for Clctk of the Court of Appeals, and also name delegates to the Sixth Judicial and Seventh Scnatmlal Dlsttict Conven tions. It was (dro otdeted that the Republicans of Ohio county be called to meet nt their respective voting precincts on Saturday, July 31, 1897, at 2 o'clock p in , to select delegates to rcptcseut and cast the vote of their precincts in the uloresuld County Convention. It was furtheimorcnidered that the basis of lepicsenUtiou iu each precinct in said County Convention shnll be one vote for every 25 and fraction over 12 cast by said precinct for the firtt named Rtpublican At Kcprt-Rcntattv- Was Growing. Worse Liver nnel Stomnch Troublos-T- oo Wonk to Work -- Now Aulo to Do All Hor Housowork. "I was under the care ot a phyalclan fortwoyeaiasiul lie was treating mo for utoinnoh ami liver troubles anil female illlllcultles, but I only grew worse under lib treatment. I was o weak I could do Iwrdly any work. I wa at Inst Induced to try Hood's BArsaparllla and Hood'a Pills nnd these medloliiM have dono me no much Rood that I now weigh 113 pounds and am able to do alt my homework. I llrmly bellcvo I should have been In my grave today II It bad not been for My llttlo girl was Hood's 8araflpnrtl!rt. nltllcted with pMhlale. I gavo her Uood'a Saraaparllin and It has rolleved her." Mns. U. S. Hawkii, 101 University Avenue, Knoxvllle, Tennessee. d lk-)o- 5 Srlrca- - parilla Is tlio txt In fact tlio One True. Wood 1'urlftcr. He aure to Ret Htmd'a. At nil diuRRlsts. riOOU S .. FlllS eaij to operate. etirollorlllJ,cMjrtotke, SJcent. II In 4 llllllllK. SIiss Confidence still tefiu es to go out in society. She Is waiting for the tetutii of General Prosperity. tmisville "Dispatch. All right; but we have news by wire that the General has had n glimpse ol MiSs Confidence and expressed nn earnest desitc for nn inIt see ins to be n case of troduction audit would not love nt first be sutprisin.-- if tin vlt de American people w;re invited to a tug wedding by the time the harvest moon mounts his chariot nnd take- his annual excursion through the sky. Kvents of - ntfesifir ftn 1 tm tfrslsAt 2 imliul ftf 2 nt llin election November 3, :8o6. provided tlut no precinct lie deptlved of hav- ing at least delegates and votes, and provided tiitthermnre that Hist nnd West Heaver Dam precincts shall hold joint piecinct Conventions, as Free-Tra- folly Ucotiomist. Ash-vill- coiTee-gtind- cr, 'It OASTORIA. 'cucJua 0rit, "" Can-nelto- n, n Man-nge- i;riirKlotm. e, Southern Biblical Association N. C , Aug. 4 17, 1897, tickets onsaleAug 9, 10, n and 12, good till 10 days from date of sale, $17.15 round trip. Kentncky Trotting Horse Breeders' Association, Lexington, Ky., on sale Oct. 4 to 16. 1897, good till Oct. iSth to return, $5 55. Chautauqua Assembly, Talledega, Ala., Aug. 5 to 19, iS97, tickets on sale Aug. 3 to 15, good till Aug. 23 to teturn at $2,30. Annual Meeting Young People's Christian Union Presbyterian Church, Indianapolis, Aug. 18 to 23, 1897, tickets on sale Aug 17 and t8. good j till Aug. 24 to return with privilege of excursion till Sept. 12 1S97. $6 65. i National Uncampmcnt Sons ol Vet ernns, Indianapolis, Sept. 9 to it, '97, Hell. tickets on sale Sept. S and 9, good till At precinct conventions, known Sept. iO to return at $6.65 Knc.impment UnionVeteran League pat'y sffilintion and a pledge to sup-Mand vote for am. nominees of the Columbus O , . 22 anil 23, 1897, Hie aforesaid county, Stale, District con- tickets on sale Sept. 21 and 22, good en lions, will be required of all votSemi-weekl- y Globe-Democr- at till Sept. 28 to teturn, $10 25. ers ptopoting to take patt therein. Meeting Grand Lodge K of P , Young men who have never voteel Frnnkfott, Ky., Oct. 16 to 22, tickets and thoe who will be 21 jenrs of age on sale Oct. 18 and 19, good till Oct. S1.7o. before November 2, 1897, with qualiII. Mrrkick, 23 to return, $4 80. fications aluive stated, may nisei parEXCURSlbN'TJCKETS Afct, Beaver Dam. ticipate and vote iu their respective VIA TlIK Klizabeth, N. J , Oct. 19. i89fi . precinct convention. All precinct delegates are urged to Ely Bros , Dear Sirs: Please ac,. ,. cept my thanks for your fsvor in the e at County Convention on time as TO TIIK the convention will be calleel to order gift of n bottle .of Cream Il.ilm. Let, me say I have used it f ir years and promptly nt onh o'clock p. in. W. A GiBSON.Ch'm'n Co. Rep. Com can thoroughly recommend it for " Jno P. MonTON.Sec'y what it claims, if dirrctio-iare folAnd International Kxposition lowed. Yonrs truly, .HiikMIciIiiI ('munition (Rev) II W. Hathaway. Pursuant to t'jc above call, the ReNo clergymau should be without it. publican voters ot the Rosine Magis- Por the above occasion tickets will Cream balm is kept by all druggists. terial District are requested to select be sold by the Illinois Central Rail,. . . - .1., Pull size a".--. Him ..!.. . ... lciiip. iicii.'khii'k .10 .1. ... r . me itiagrstcrini ionvcn- - road at varying times, iu rates and We mail it. tibn, which meets nt Beaver Dam limits, including a ticket on sale liLY BROS 56 Wancn St , N. Y. August 7, 1897. to nominate a candi- dally, good to return until November date for Magistrate in said Magiste- 7, and includinn tickets having limit Tn .llnrli .llunry. rial Distiict. Ww. BnvANT.Ch'm'n of twenty days, fifteen days and seven days; nlso tickets on Tuesday nnd Morganfield, Ky.. July 24 Mr. Thutbdnys of each week with limit of Gauett, of Princetor, was at Union-tow- n fifteen days. For lull paitlculars as and this city yesterday, Mr to which of the above applies from Mr, Garrett is the princiKil binker your nearest Railroad Station In connection with the Illinois Central Rail, ol Princeton, His business was to road, call on or address your neatest place some ofhls bank's furds in this tllC tiniCS. railroad Ticket Agent. county for loans. He states that ow- Wm. Murray, ing to luck of speculators in Cntdnell Div. Pass. Agent, Thc people who use coal will do New Orleans. county, with the exception of some well to call on J. J Poster, who Is now Jno A. Scott, Div. Pass. Agent, tobacco dealers, bank funds are n operating the Ulljih Miller bank, 3H Memphis, drug thete. This gentleman has miles south-we- st of Hattlord on the A. II. Hanson, o v. a., Chicago. heretofore placed from $30,000 to Point Pleasant road. W. A. Km.ond, a o.i'. a., Louisville. 48 26t $40,000 annually In" this county and says he has never failed to receive his money promptly on nuy loan when due. This speaks well for the substantial nnd conservative business Over 4,000 vacancies several times as innny vacancies as membcis. Must methods of our merchants, grain, cathavo more members. tle and other speculators. His mis- plan ttlTAUAMhhS Several plaus; two plans givo frco registration; 0110 positions. Ten cents nays fur book containing plans sion, however, was a failure, as all ol nnd 11 S500.00 love story of Collego elavs. No chargo to em plovers lor recUnion county batiks hnve more monommending tboacliers. (SOUTHERN TEACHERS' BUREAU, ey on hand thnn they can safely nnd Ri:v. Dit. 0; MjStnTOJf, A. M., President nnd Miinngor, H. W. Cor. Main nnd Third streets, profitably dispose of. SOUTHERN TEACHERS' BUREAU. GO 71 Dearborn st , Cl.ic'igo.Ili. Northern vacancies Chicago office, Southern vncancies Louisville oflice. "J Cur Corntlixitlon I'orovcr. TatsoCiun'Biuts CundvOatharllo. loo orHSo. One fee registers in both eflices. It a. 0. 0. full to curs, druRKlhta rotund money shnll North and South Rockpoit precincts. Tbisbisis wilt allow precincts votes nnd delegates as lullows: 6 Itast Hsttlord this kind happen very suddenly once West Hartford 5 iu a while, nnd the signs of thc times Beda' 5 N. Y. nil point iu one direction. Sulhur Springs 5 "Herald." July 20. 1897. 6 Mngan Thc General will be on hand just 6 Cromwell as soon as the Dingley Tariff bill has Cool Sptings 2 been signcel. It is his duty (list to 10... 11. ttlJUll t,,.......i . IXUUKJIHl attend to that; then it will be his South Rockpoit Select 4 pleasure to a fiord Protection to Miss May the happy union '. Horse Btaueh . . . 5 Confidence. Ucotiomist. 8 last forever. Rosine , Itast Heaver D.im I'ur Sale West Beaver Dam A desirable farm of one hundred . Mclienry acres, situated near Hartford, well 6 watered, a good otched, two hundred Ceutettnwn 2 bearing, trees, good buildings, and in Smallhotts good community. I'or further parltatit Poidsvllle 7 ticulars call t this office nt once, tf Wist Poidsvillc m 5 m' '. . 3 lliirklrii'K Irnlrn Mtltr. Aettmvillc The Best Salve in the wot Id for Shreve 3 Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Olftloti Rheum, FeverSotes, Tetter, Chappcel Bufoid 2 Hands, Chilblains. Corns, and all Skin liruptinns, and riositively cures Battletls Piles, or no pay required. It is Utihn 2 guaranteed to give pctfectsatisfaction Piice 25 cents 108 or money refunded. Total per box. Por sale by Williams & Nccessuy to nominate 55 r ' it Tho Republican St. Louis and for one year Illinois (Jen. s TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL Dl-lr- lrl HNTstsllVJLll. . .- Subscribe for The Republican and keep 'up vitll , CTBBialitfJUIjMIUjrgglgOCTWIl,tii3gEBBiJBBiaBaiWiAlftaiJILIlt'11 ffii.i.jmiijj.!, fTnii Tl T3TTri1vY"F? -- T TTT'ETr.71 ga HAVE OPENED THEIR e, .csn'KT Time-Heral- 2STe-w- - A fine now OMNIIiUS will meet all day truins at Reaver Dam. All orders promptly attended to, guarantees a comfortable ride, 001 nor Market and Union Streets, Hartford, 'XZLSTS rs?o iFvrom. Beavor teim anSwmai mm W ELjZCjn jEEj 13ol3L XJffxaaa.. An elgnut vebtcle anil gmul boms Leave older at Field's Lhny Stable, Then aistof will to it ptewieat Ttffii the AugHJt. Horn to th wife ol last Frldty, n boy. jiti7A. Awarded rlfkoBt Honors World' Fair. Itolrd fi EL FOB JULY ATFAIR& COMPANY t - lira Ti ehb m wm T72EI3I3 -- j 1. Mr. J.R. Latimer, Foidsvllle, was in town ywtteru.iy. ( Mr. R. A. flyers, ol Horse Branch, was in town yesterday Mrs. B. I). Rlngo nud son have re turned lrom Logan county. BIGr ,WfH CREAM TAKES PLACE FKOM m- Every article in sumracr wear marked at exactly cost and carriage in order that we may make ready for our JFall Stock. Now is your chance for hot weather bargains at zero prices. 75c now 50c $1 00 now 8i,c $1 25 now $1 00 ties, price Oxford ties, price $1 5 now $1 15 $2 00 now $1 50 tics, price twirAll nre Piicsnieycr's and guaranteed to wear or money refunded. Ox ford tlos, price Ox ford ties, price Ox-forOx-for- Millinery Department. Our entire line of these goods for less than cost. A few beautiful hats that sold from 1.25 to $2 00 your choice now for 75c One lot of 8c Lawns in stripe and figure now for 5c. All our 10c line now 8c. One lot of dotted Swisses in pink, blue and red and green sold for 20c now B5c. We have the best line of these goods in town. Come to se us; prices right; Wash Goods. When you come to cjuit via. Beaver Dam, call lor Field's bus. Ohio county tobacco is selling in Louisville for $7 50 per hundred. Absolutely Puro. Mrs. l'leui Stevens, of Beaver Dam, Celebrated for its great leavening strength and heal tli fulness. Assures has been quite sick with typhoid lethe food against alum and all forms of ver. adulteration common to the cheap Miss Nora Sorrels leit Sunday to brands. Royal Bakino Powder Co., spend the summer with Jier nunt at Nrw York. Spring Lick. Hon. J. S R. Wedding has been on Mr. J. S. Allen has bought Mr. the sick list this week. Geo McGce's house In the Eastern A new lot of home spun linen and part of town. white duck at Carson & Co. While attending court leave your There will be n picnic in the grove horse at Field & Son's stable. They will treat you right. nt L. F. Bennett's tonight. Monday morning lightning struck Col. C. M, Barnett and wife have Mr. J. D. Williams' barn nt Beaver returned from Dawson Springs. Dam, killing one horse and mashing Miss Mnbelle Reid, Rockport, is the barn up considerably. the guest of Miss Edna Griffin. Just received loo barrels ol Ohio fJMiss Sue McIIeury, ol Frankfort, Is River Salt; that we will sell lor thirty visiting Mrs. Jennie McIIenry. days at cents per barrel. 90 MOST PERFECT MADE. A mum Vlliillcliliil. 3rd to Tlh of August Free pura Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. itstoijTti-vjej- . from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THH STANDARD. iOMPLETi And tho Grounds Greatly Improved. Wmkrbas, certain parties that have been in attendance on the services during this tent meeting profess to have been so mistreated nnd aggrieved by our Missionary, Rev. A. N. l, that they have threatened Whit-tlnghil- THE FLORAL HALL Is Plastered and Decorated and will be trul a munificent Mght. There will bo Horso llaciug, Steeple Itaciug, Uioyclo lUcing, Mulo, Goat, Hound nnd Foot Racing nnd several exciting games of uso Hall. Novelties and cbanges everywhere. Two Wind Mills nnd a. Steam Engine will amply supply water for sprinkling nnd other purposes. Tho grounds will be continuously sprinkled ami thu dust kept under. Amusement, Instruction, Fun, Frolic and Dolight, guaranteed to all. 1 ',- Staple Department. Good Good Good Good Good Good Good Good - " yard wide domestic 27 inch shirting . . 27 inch cheviot . . 30 inch outing . . 54 Inch table linen yard wide blench calico cottonnde - . 5c sc . , 7c . 7c 'Se 5C Rev. J. P. Kicks has just returned There will be n picnic at Independ- from a succcsslul meeting near Louis ence Church, Saturday, July 31. ville and will fill his regular appointProf. McIIenry Rhoads, Frankfort, ment Sunday and Sunday night. was in town a short while Saturday- Yesterday morning about 8:30 the Theie will be n picnic at Central people of this" section were out with Grove Saturday evening, August 7. their smoked glasses to witness the partial eclipse of the sun. Mr. J. L. Collins was overcome by The following named persons have heat on his way home from the barpaid their subscription to Tub becue yesterday. since our last issue: For a quick and comtortnble ride Dr. L. T. Cox, Stanley; Golstlne, to or from Beaver Dam, patronize Embrey.West View. Fields' bus line. Mrs. Mclviua Reynolds, Reynold Carson & Co arc receiving railroad Station, Mr. Winfield Morrison, ties 011 the banks oi the river at Hnynesville, were the guests of MarHartford ready for shipment. shal C. 12. Morrison the first of the week. Miss Sallic May Coleman has accepted a position as teacher in the Wc cannot take advantage of the "Graded Schools ol Elizabethtown. court records to write to jurymen, WANTitD. To trade a first class but we will be glad lor them to leave blind mare for a good milch cow with their horse at our stable while attending court. Call for Field's bus at young call. Apply nt this office. Beaver Dam. Field & Son. We want some more good correOne dayj last week Sheriff C. P. Send us spondents in the country. Keown, DeputyJSheriffi J. G. Keown, the news from your neighborhood. Jo Roberts, Marshal C. E. Morrison Remember that since our boat has and Jailer Black had an exciting chase been running, wc can't be undersold alter Ben Long, who shot Wm. on Furniture. Carson & Co. We will sell you a set of cane seated chairs, doz. lor $3. A nice rocking chair for $1 Carson & Co. Miss Delia Calhoon, of Owensboro, Is visiting Miss Lizzie Chandler. Path Bros. civil action for redress. Therefore resolved 1st. That wc ore personally acquainted with Rev. A. N. Whlt tinghlll nnd regard him as an houor-abl- e and courteous christian gentleman, and an earnest, zenlous minister of the Gospel who would not intentionally mistreat or injure any person or congregation either In public or private ministrations, end we feel sure that he has conducted this meeting In a proper manner without any W.F. KAPIER, Pres. C1I.OIIIA IN r.XOKI.MN. R. T SMITM, Sec'y. ICY. ELLENDADE, NEAR CUUDSVILLE, ES9 l'.xriir-loi- i. Intention of Infringing upon, the rights of any one and we feel that the charge of mistreatment is without any just foundation, and that his action ha3 been in defense of the Lord's cause nnd the interest of his meeting. 2nd, That we deplore the unfortunate affair and earnestly protest against its further agitation. Wc do this In the interest of peace and the good of all parties concerned. Sigued by the following members, of Daviess County Mission Board: E. II. Maddox, Ch'm'n, R. T. He is risen! He is risen I He our Lord and King. He is risen! He is risen I Sing glad heart, oh, sing. He is risen! He is risen! Bow low on bended knee. He is risen He is risen! The Christ of Galilee. He is risen! He Is risen! He our Lord and King. . He is risen! He is risen! The most pojlular trip tor the summer to Old Point Comfort nnd the sight-seeinfor very small expense. The regular Annual Excursion to Old Point Comfort in charge of Mr. W. A. Wllgus, S. P. A., will be run Wednasday, Aug. nth, via I. C, nnd C. & O. Railways, from Beaver Dam on regular train, leaving at 4:51 p.m. Aug. 10th, connecting with Seashore Special, which leaves Uniou Station, foot of Seventh street, nt 1:30 p.m. The rouud trip rale to Old Point Comfort is only $ . . . nnd the tickets nre good until September 2nd, with stopover privileges returning only. This trip surpasses any offered the traveling public, and affords many delightful diversions. Grand and beautiful scenery, invigorating mountain air, ocean voyage, palatial hotel entertainment and a visit to the Capital, If desired. The low rate of $2 50 per day has been secured at the Hygela and Chamberlain Hotels. Every attention nnd courtesy will be extended to ladies without escorts. Choice of routes returning, between Richmond and Clifton Forge, will be given, enabling those who desire to visit Lynchburg, Natural Bridge aud othtr points of interest. Sleeping car rates will be $4.00 for berth, Lotisville to Old Point, to be otcupicd by on or two persons, nnd nppllratlon for sleeping car space should be made at once to W. A. Wllgus, S. P. A., Hopkinsville, Ky. For further particulars, address as above or call on Agent I. C. R'y. surf-bathin- g, Seashore. Much Brunrr, tc and 5c J. L. Barrow, J. S. Colkman, iocand I2c '5C S Notion Department. jialr gray hose jMir black l.oic SUes 19, 20, 21 and R. & G. Corset Ladies leather belts 2 1 Fred d. Hams. And by the Officers ol the Council: J.'S. Coleman, Mod. H. - . - Morris C Truman, Sec'y, WiLSON.Ass't Sec'y. 22 woven cutsets', worth 50c Men good ihirts Men good seamless hose Men heavy cotton sox . . . . 25c line ot ties to close out at '.' t to close at . ... 35c 80c worth $1 00 ..,. 5c ic "c ...;.. 5p . . 20c There is no doubt but what we undersell our competitors; our styles are better, Come direct to our quality unexcelled. Hartford and see the J If LY BAJIGAINS we have for you. 'f , . Thomas about 6 years ago. Long gave the officers the slip after being shot nt several times. Yous Kesp'y, FAIR & CO. '' (bfefciVyaQKw LARGEST NORMAL SCHOOL IN THE SOUTH EHCUSIl TUCMttJ j'SCUNTinc AND CLASSIC COURSES. IIIMUIMC M tk. ij. I,. ivtt vyr,... Jfytrf&jS$whab 1 ZPiHtVSSSriVLHf' tionuso -- -' CATAlObUC tfaOURKAL. Qtcrtz 5f)vJ:Citct.v, kh PROCLAMATION. :l' 2 Whereas, A. D. James, Senator-elec- t ol the Seventh Kentucky Sena- I meeting at the resident of Jake Jack torial District, has resigned and his sonMn the Brown settlement last Sun resignation been accepted; and where- day and had the pleasure ofhearing as there is now a vacancy In the two grand sermons on sanctificaiion of Senator In the said District; by Rev. J. K. Shacklett. Now, therefore, I William O. Brad-le- y Our farmers are done plowing corn, ns Governor of Kentucky, order have their tobacco in good shape and an election for Senator held at each can finish wheat threshing this week. of the voting places In said district, ' Mrs, CoiTuian and two children, to wit.: In the counties of Muhlen- John and Josie, and Mrs. George berg, Ohio and Butler on the first are visiting their father, IJd Tuesday after first Monday in No- James, of Cromwell, this week, vember, 1897, between the hours of 7 Robert James, of Centertown, visis o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m.; and ted his father, Sam James, this week. the Sherjfi In each ot said countits II. H. Davis is on the sick list will take steps and give necessary caused by overheat. He is not dan notice. This proclamation is ordered gerously ill, but suffers considerably. d to be printed In the Hartford Now Mr. Editor wc see that our Central City Republican friend Jarnagin is out to represent us. for twenty days before said election Is We are in favor of Mr. Jarnagin beheld, and the Secretary of SUte will cause he is one of our best men, and Immediately transmit a copy of this Is fully up to a knowledge of what proclamation to the Sheriff of each of the people want and need and I do the countios named. This July 10, not think that the people ol this county, most especially the teachers WlLUAM 0. BRAM.KY. I897. could do better than to give their Governor of Kentucky. to such a hoy as Dick larna-gi- n, Attest: ' I. C we arc for him. of-fiEv-crl- y, Rwun-WCANan- I'ol.vr l'l.KANA.Vr. We fed considerably belter since the good rain of Sunday night. Many of our good people nttended CltAS. FlNMJY, Secretary ol State. NoTiCBt In accordance with the foregoing proclamation I will cause a poll to be opened and an election to be held In eaehof the voting precincts ol Ohio county at the time and for the purpose r.amed in said proclamation. This 15th day July 1897. C. t Kkown, S. O C. - "Tko Font Mr. Jno. C. Riley aud Capt. S. K. I.yuinu Williams sends his Laun- Cox gave a barbecue to theirjlriends at dry ofl on Tuesday and gets It back thcllolbrook's farm yesterday, which on Thursday evening. ' Save your was one of the most pleasant affairs that the people ot HaHiord have had work for him. lor many days. An elegant dinner Col. W. II. Moore has severed his was served and everybody enjoyed the connection with the steamer Jaute day highly. There were about 150 or Rae and has resumed his position 200 people present. with John A. Reilz & Sous. A new Baptist Church was organWe have some subscribers who are ized at Olaton last Thursday week. behind with theirsubscription. Please A large crowd was on hand. Dr. J. look at the label on your paper and S. Coleman was elected chairman of help us out. We need it. the meeting nnd Rev. H C. Truman and Mr. Morris Wilson were secretaLast Friday alternoon a team of ries. The meeting convened at 9 mules hitched to Mr. I. M, Bennett's o'clock In the morning, and by that threshing machine ran away, near ttmc the crowd was on hand in large Beda, and tore the machine up pretty Upon taking the chair as numbers. badly. presiding officer Dr. Coleman deliverMiss Lula Walker's Sunday School ed a strong address to the vast assemclass will give an entertainment at blage, which was enjoyed by all. her home on Wednesday evening, Dinner was served on the ground and August 4. A nice program has been was entirely sufficient for the large In the forenoon Missionary arranged and a pleasant time is as- crowd. Whlttinghlll baptized five converts. sured, Admissiou 25 cents. The church was organized with twenty-fMr. L. L. Stewart and Miss Agnes ive members. A building comKelley were marrPed nt the Presbyte- mittee was appointed and over five rian Church at McIIenry Wednesday hundred dollars was raised for that Both are very evening at 8 (J'clock. purpose. Altogether it was an enjoypopular young people and have many able day. lrlends who join In extending conLook at Tllli.! gratulations. Ladies oxfoids . . . 75c worth $1 25 Ladies oxfords . . $1,25 worth $1.50 Hartford will soon have a first-cla$1.25 worth $1 75 Batuli The following named gentles Ladles fine shoes men have formed a company and will Men fine shoes . . $1.00 worth $1.25 Band instruments In a Men fine shoes . . $1.25 worth $1.50 buy first-cla" Knng. shoes . $3 50 worth $4 50 few days: Jo B. VIckers, G. B. Li25c kens, J. M. Mattingly, Z. II. Shultz, Men work shirts 50c Qscar Bishop, B. Heavrln, Clyde Knit undershrts Wedding, Wayne Render, T. 17. Men summer under wear . 50c n suit 5c up to 50c Black, J. G. Keown, M. Bean, Jesse Neckwear from The prettiest line you ever look at. Bran, Lawton Klein, A. E. Pate. As Sciiai'MIRK. soon ns the company is organized Come aud see us, they will have it incorporated and Klilcrliijlllilellt. proceed to business. The name ot Miss Lula Walker's Sunday School the Band has tiot been selected ns yet. class will cntettain at her home WedThe members are some of the best nesday evening, August 4, 1897, for young men of Hartford and have a the benefit ot the Baptist church. rare amount of energy which Is a Refreshments served free. Admission guarantee that we will have a good 25 cents, children 10 cents. Music. Band. Florence White; recitutlou, Ella ss ss Klcie .llnro Until. Mr. A. S. Moore, who took laudanum and morphine Saturday after noon nt the Roby house, Frederica street, with suicidal intent, died ot the home of his brother-in-laMr. John Fuqua, on Hall street, between 4 nnd 5 o'clock Sunday morning. He suffered greatly at the last and never regained consciousness. Coroner Hayden summoned the following jury nnd held an inquest: L. G. W. Taylor, E H. Pryor, F. M. Payne, John Hay, J. A. Jackson and J.N. Berry. Pig Terrell, Tom Palmer and Dr. J. C. Hoover nnd John Bratchey were the witnesses who testified before the jury, nnd their evidence brought out nothing in the case which was not told in the Messenger Sundaj' morning. Alter hearing the evidence the jury returned the following verdict: "We, the jury summoned by the coroner of Daviess county to hold an Inquest on the body of A S. Moore, find thnt he came to his death by an over dose of laudanum and morphine; administered by lib own hand while under the influence of intoxicating beverages." After the coroner's jury had rendered their yerdict the" remains wera prepared for bnrinl nndshippedto Deane field, where they were interred yesterday. The news of her husband's death was a severe shock to Mis Moore, who was expecting him home when she receved the news of his seilous condition, and, soon alter, of his death. Owensboro Messenger. We know the great cures by Hood's Sarsaparllla aie genines because the people themselves write about them. Notlco so I.OK Sine glad heart, oh, sing, oh, sing. Lizzib Wai.kkr, In the Reunion South Carrollton. Hartlord. Ky. m t am Despite the enormous importations of manufactured goods, the manufacturers of the country nre showing an impioved business condition. Reports from various sections show an increase in the number oi hands em ployed and hours occupied. Reports from Dun's Review coveiing the failures for the month of June show that the failures among the manufacturers were only 23S against 2S4 in June of last year, while the liabilities were only $6,365,010 against $8,209,-98- 4 in June of last year, nnd $12,156,-40- 8 in June 1896. m The Misses Voyles, of Warren county, "who have been visiting relatives here, returned home last week. Miss Eva Truman, of Owensboro, has been visiting in the neighborhood for the past three weeks. The pound party given in her honor nt Mr. M. D. Shreve on the 18th was attended by many of her school mates and friends. She returned home Thursday. The protracted meeting conducted by Revs. Craig nnd Scritcherat Pleasant Walk school house closed Friday night. Quite a number professed sanclification. Messrs. Wm. Robinson nnd R, B. Whlttinghlll went to Fordsville Saturday. Mr. Alonzo Johnson, of Fordsville, has been employed to teach the fall school at this place. He is nn energetic young man and will teach a niikevi:. Don't Tobacco Spit and Smole Your Lire Ana j. To quit tobacco oattly anil torercr, bo magnetic, lull o( life, nerve and vigor, take tho wonder norker, that makes weak men strong. All drugglsu, COcorfl. Ouro guaranteed. Dooklct and samplo free. Address Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York. Men, The undersldned is again with John A, Rcitz & Sons aud will be ready about the 1st of August to make contracts lur spring of 1898 delivery. Would be pleased to sec and make prices o all who contemplate cutting logs the present season My Post-offiaddress is Hartfnrd. Ky , nnd 'will be in Hnrtfoid Mondny nnd Sat urdays t f every week, so f.ir as possible. W H Mookk, 4 ce Agt. forjuo. A. Reilz & Sons. PtoaFly 1 t ityi tn eminent English doctor, "will house-hold." 'Wi IIikI Morion Mr. David Morton, Jr., known to his friends ns "Bud," died Friday night at 8:30 o'clock at his home at Ill-ni- the Planters House, of consumption. He had been ill fm almoit a year, and his death was not unlooked lor. Mr. was born Aug.6, '75 He was an exemplary young unit nud acm-slste- nt member ol the Fourth street Presbyterian church, from which the funeral took place at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Tho exercises were conducted by Rev. G. I Morrill, pas. Mo-to- carry enough poiion to tnlect more especIn summer-time- , ially, disease gernu fill the air, multitudes are inlectcd, tail 111, die multiTlieie messengers of tude! ticape. mischief do not exist for millions. Why not r Befnuse they are healthy and strong protected as a crocodile is against gunshot. It is the weak, the wasted, the those who who fall hive no resistive power so that a sudden cough or cold develops into graver disease. We hear of catching disease! We can do it Why not catch health by always maintaining our healthy weight, t tor of the First Baptist church, after which the remains wete burled at Elmwood,- - Owensboro Inquirer. The Sixth Judicial Republican Con. ventlon will meat at Ownniuoro August 17, for the purpos of nominating a candidate for Circuit Judge and Commonwealth's Attorney. of Cod-liv- Oil, la condensed nourish. ment food for the building up ot the system to resist the attacks ol disease. It should be taken in reasonable doses all summer long by all those whose weight is below the standard ol health. If you are losing ground, try a bottle now. fat salt by all druggist at to I'lillli llnittii. Mrs, Sue Phillip Brown, formerly of Owensboro, nud lady worlds fair commissioner for Kentucky, who for the past two years has ben living in New York will he married Monday, August 2, to Mr. JolmTwoedy, Dau-burConn., at Dr. McArthur's Calvary Baptist church, New York City. Mr, Twuedy is a wealthy hat manufacturer, of Danbury, and has a wholesale house In New York City. Mrs. Brown Is quite well known throughout Kentucky and is a lady of culture and handsome appearance. Mr. and Mrs. Tweedy will go, immediately e ceremony, to Nantuckett to spend the month of August, alter which they will be at home Danbury. Mrs. Browu Is the sister of Mrs. J, II, McIIeury, ol Owensboro', and left Sunday for her home In New York, after a two weeks visit to Mrs, Mc. Kilo y, af-th- Mr. Rowe; music, Mary Smith; recitation, Maggie Davis; song, Jesse Smith; recitation, Juliet Thomas, song, Ella Rowe; recitation, Ethel .Bennett; music, Jessie Smith; recitation, Lillle Burton; music, recitation, Fannie closing remarks, .Render; muclc, Judge E Dudley Walker. Entertainment begins at 8:30 o'clock. t'OM'Oltl). Crops are looking reasonably good in this part of the county considering jiuul.v IVllllli. Governor Brtdley in issuing pardon to Dinning, the negro who defended his own home against n mob, Mys: "Too long, have mobs dlagraced the fair name of Kentucky, and while I am governor of the commonwealth no ruin, however obscure and ftiend-les- e, ahall be punished for killing a member ol a mob who comes to take his Hie or drive him from his home " T!ie are pattlotic words which g will b apptovtd by every mau in the State ol Kn-tuck- y. Now, let Dinning go and rest iu pace, right-thinkin- To cure chills and fever don't rack the system and shoch the neives by using medicines containing arsenic, mercury or other dangerous drugs. Dr. Bell's Peppermint Chill Tonic is good school. a guaranteed cure and it contains no Dr. D. H Godscy will teach at New kind of poison. Children lovo It arfd He is it can not hurt them. For sale by Z. Damns, near Barrett's Ferry well known in the neighborhood and Wayne Griffin & Bro. needs no commendation. Mr. James C. Lawrence will teach Notice. at Gum Spring- s- He is a young man Owing to vacancies in county combut his qualifications are unquestionmittee from Aetnaville, Sulphur ed. Springs, East Beaver Dam, North Mr. W. W. Whalen will teach at Rockport and South Rockport preHe has had limited cincts, each of said precincts are herePleasant Walk. experience and we bespeak n good by directed to elect one man to repschool. resent them us members ot said comMr. James DeWeese has been emmittee at their precinct conventions ployed to teach the school at Trisler. on 31st Inst., however the joint conMr, L. W. Godsey will conduct the vention of Beaver Dam may select the His members lor East Beaver Dam preFordsville school this year. friends here are elated over his success cinct and the joint convention at and predict an excellent school for Rockport may select members for The people both North aud South Rockport prethe Fordsville people. W. A. Gibson, Ch'm'n. have long felt the retd of a good cincts. Jno P. Morton, Src'y. school in this part if the county nud believe now their hopes are realized, Mr. Godsey's old home will honor A. Duffey, him with a large delegation ol pupils OF TOLEDO, OHIO. to the spring term. rho Qreat Railway Defective Telia What Dr. Mile rtemedlet Have Done The people of this precinct would For Hlmielf and Wife. appreciate the appointment of R. B. Whlttinghlll to fill out the unexpired term of Jo Roberts as deputy Sheriff.. Capt. Jas. The funeral of liuimte Graham was largely attended nntwithstandlrg being threatened with rain in the early morning. Miss Noln Renfrew, of Hines Mill, visited her sister, Mrs. Wimsett, ol this place last Sunday nre looking .rather Farmeis gloomy at present as the worms seem to be taking posesslon of their tobacco crops, needing rain very badly also. ' NAitutm.w. Henry.Mesenger. ' Special excursion to Atlnutlc City, N. I., and return, tickets will be on sale from our tralu No. 204 leaving Ueaver Dam at 5 5' 0Q July 9. good till Aug. 10 to return, $16.15. Farmers nre getthe hot weather. CAN if II UN. ting about through with their work Rev. R. E, Smith will fill his regulor this season as there Is not much lar appointment haie the second Suntobacco ralsd here. The wheat crop day In August. was about 011 an average, though the Mr Ruftis Boyd apd wife vNltwl yield was not as great as was expectMrs. Louis Hoover Suud.ty. ed. Mr. R. C. Cook, who has been In Miss Cora Allen and Alva Carter attended the funeral of Mr. Baker, Indiana for some tlmc.is at home this which was preached at Mt. Vernon. week. Prof. A. M Johnson, our former Miss Annie Juunitarson is on the teacher, has been employed to teach the school at this place this year. He sick list this wek. Mr. IC T. Hoover, who has been has been in school for some time nnd has taught iu different parts ot the on tht sick Kit for sometime, Is Imcounty with great success. 'We voice proving. the sentiment ot the district when we preach st Rev P M I'liimis say that we are glad to have him to 1'jir View the thud Sinday I" u. teach for us again and expect a prosA Srt'DRNT A PI'HSOV perous school gust Wheat is very light In this community, their not being much more than enough to pay for the threshing of it Mrs. P. M. Patty is visiting her mother, Mrs. Parks. Mrs. Mollie Foritiau who has been kick with typhoid fever Is able to bo out again. Mr. William Oartet has purchased n new reaper and binder. The county bridge across Adams fork Is under construction and we hope to have one this time that high water won't tear down. Mr Mo Smith will start Sunday for th IllUndale Fair which begins the 310 of iltnry Cutter Auirit is on the sick list M G. .BTUOTIVE work requires ooaatant vigilance, ateady nerves, a eiear liiuirl nml ftAtlvA lirAln "A vaAPlLOO." writes Oapt. DulTey, ot 031 Orchard St,.Tule- A. f nvarurnrknd vnvtalf. VAf in nKIn such a condition ileep wai Impnulble. I wa ao nervoua 4 couiu nut lie In bed 1 ruy arm sssnV and UmU twitched and my ayatera smewed completely exhauated. I began uatng Dr. Miles' Ntirvlue and tlia fourth bottle restored wit. me to health. Mm mitTurud for eluuteen veuta wltb n,tr hmi heart disease, had tried every remedy without avail until aha took Dr. Mllw New Heart Cure two year ago. Pur the past year she has been free trow the trouWe." Dr. Mile' Itemedlee are sold by all drug- gUta under positive guarantee, firet bettlo benefits or money refunded. Hook. ou Heart and Nerves sent free to all appiu-antaPit. MILES MEDICAL W , Elkhart, InO. n. 'orH reaiuvn Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1897. fully, thanking the editor for the 1. A Staht In space in his paper Green River Republican. SCHOOL ELECTION. Ohio County Court: At a regular term of this Court htld on the 5th day ol July, 1S97, it n pearing that a petition signed Ly V. II. Gtiffln, D. M. Hocker, T I,. Carson, Gtiffin, I R. Pittlc, J. II. I. T. Miller, T. J. Smith, J it. Williams. W. B. Render. II. P. Tnjtor, W A. Gibson, and others was filed with the County Judge, at the last regular term of this Court, nskiug that a Graded Common School District be organized, and a Graded Common School be established in lieu of the Hartford Graded School, known as Hartford College (as provided In section 124 of the Common School Law) the boundary of said district to be the cotporatcd tines of the town of Hartford and embrace the same territory that is now embrac d within said lines and the site for the school house of said proposed district to be the Hartford Graded School, known as Hartford College lot and buildings which site is certified not to exceed two and oneialf tulles from any pait oi the boundary of said proposed District, aud it appearing also, that said petitioners are tax payers, legal voters, and residents ol the proposed Graded Common School District and of Hartford Justice District o this county, and it further appearing th.it the County Superintendent has endorsed on said petition, his approval of same and that a majority ol the trustees of Hartford College, who nre also the trustees of the Common School District embraced within said proposed Gi tided Common School No Qrep Wlien you take Hood's sugar-cante- Gonoral Directory. STATU OFFICIALS. HOW'S THIS A Middle-ofthe-Road- - er Talks Mind. His Tolls the Whole History of the Betrayal of the Populist's bythe Democrats. All things have one or more sides, bnt some things seem to have no end mid the attempt oi the office seeking Democratic patty to finally absorb the Populists party Is one of them. It had a beginning but it seems no end will come. The beginning started last year when there was a proposition made by the Bryan wing ol the Democrat patty to vote In 1896 for Bryan and Sewall with one Watson electors annexed under the name of Democracy and the rooster, and that this year. 1897, they, the Bryanites of the Democracy would vote under the plow and Hammer this fall, and under the name of Populists. This Judge Settle agreed to do. Now in good faith the Populists accepted this and cast 300 or mote votes for Bryan and Rhea in 1897 perforated their part of the contract. In about March of this year there was a conference oi the Peoples Patty Committee with the Democratic leaders, preparatory to naming the ticket union ticket. In the conference the Democrats asked to be allowed to recede ironi their last years acreement aud that the ticket go under the rooster and word "Democraty," or Democratic party, that in that erent we could call the convention, control it and name the ticket. Time on, the convention was called by the Democratic party, controlled by it and a ticket nominated by them and no man who was recognized as a Populists leader was placed on the ticket, but same was made up of the Guffys, the Taylors and the Cherrys; bossed by Helm, Taylor, Guffy and Cherry, the rooster adopted as the device and the Democratic party as the name. Do you seeany place lor the Populists there? I admit frankly that I don't. We had asked that the Con 7ention be called by M. M. Cook, our party Chairman, but it was refused. They wanted to recede. They did recede but where are the votes we had given for Rhea and lor Bryan electors. They would not give them back if they could. Rhea would step out of Congress. They have broken every promise made. They have falsified every proposition. They have completely fooled us once. Shall we be swallowed" up again and lorever by them. Have the members of the Populists party any manhood, any resentment, any love of party? If they have it is about time to assett it. The Democratic party is one of broken platlorms and a deliberate falsifier ol pledges. They will vote for "Gold Brick Grover" at one elections, and at the next Silver Bryan and at the coming election ate prePorter paring to take straddle-bugand Settle. They have n right to do this if they so desire and their ignorance will excuse them lor the crime but they have no right to expect a Populist to follow them in the tumbling expedition, and speaking ior myI self I shall not do so. So farewell. tegretthe stay but not the parting. It did you, not us, good. But to return to fusion. A. K. Sublet says he was nominated by some sort of a convention at Morgantown and therefore cannot accept the nomination made by his owupartv. Now let's see Bro. Andy. You were a member of the Peoples party convention that assembled at Cool Springs and nominated you. You then and there arjse lit that Convention and said you would withdraw lrm the Democratic ticket and go oh ours. Yon ate honor bound to suppoit the whole ticket nominated at Cool Springs and you did wrong in letting n Morgan town Democrat write you out of your p irty. The man that wrote one of the letters declining our nominations wtote them all and he never voted for a populist in his life and I guess he is a lawyer for a bank. Now Populists, one thing more. If the Democrats are fighting for principle and that free silver, why did they not nominate our hero, Jo A. Parker? Why pick up unknown Shackltfoii? Parker made pech8 In 67 couutlet-lis- t j ear lor Hryan and S. Shack elf'ird, none. Parkw was advocating free silver years ago when Shackle ford was playing 10 cent ante for the take out. I tell you I have become thoroughly convinced that the Democratic par ty is for office. Thut ishcr "no prin Ilrilllillritll NrilMlorlill ('mtvriillnn. To the Republicans of the Seventh Stnnlorial District of Kentucky. Pel- low Republicans: At n meeting of the Republican Itxecutivc Committee ol the Seventh Senatorial District of Kentucky, held at Heaver Dam, Ky., Tuly 14, 1897, It was ordered that a convention be held at Rockport, Ky,, on Tuosday, August 3rd, 1897, to nominate n candidate for State Sena tor to fill out the unexpired term of Dr. A. D. Jnnics, resigned. It was also ordered that the basis of representation in said convention be one delegate and one vote for each 200 votes and fraction over 100 votes cast for Samuel Kash, the first named elector on the McKlnley electoral ticket, November 3, 1896. This basis allows Butler county 10, Muhlenberg 11 and Ohio county 13 delegates and votes. It was furthermore ordered that each county comprising said district select delegates to said convention in such manner as may be deemed best by their respective county executive committees and that the Hartford Riu'UHMCAn, Green River Republican and Central City Republican be requested to publish this call. W. A. GinsoN, Ch'm'n. T. J. Tikslrv, Sec'y. THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE, pltee), Tin- - Mr. iIIIs, which tonr you nil to nre not In It with I (owl's. 1 my to take rill. Governor William O. Urailley. Lieut. Oovaruor W. J. Worth-ingtot- i. SpprolnryofStnto Charles Attornuy Genarul W. S, Taylor. Sniiiuol II. Stono. MiilUor Tronsuror (loo. W. C'li'iimtHionor ol Agriculture, HorStatistics Lucas ticulture anil Monro. OPEN LETTER WB AKI? ASSKRTINO IK TUB COURTS OUK RIGHT TO TUB RXCI.U81VK USK OK TUB WORD "CASTORIA," AND " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADK MARK. and easy to orutc. is true oi Hood's rills, which nre unto tlute In every rosnort. Bate, certain and sure. All druggists. SM. 0. t. Hood tt Co., 1 .0 well. Mum. The only fills to tike with Hood's HarsnparllU. Hoods Side. To MOTHERS. PITCHER, , DR. SAMUEL of Hyannis, Massachusetts, Siipnrintemlont Pulilio M. Dnvv-on- lnstruction-G?- o . CRAZE FOR GOLD Gold Field Discovered on the American Another Steamer Brings Jinnd Oflice (Jlins. O. Reynold. Jiisiiriitico Bureau Coiniiiissinner-- D. W. Comingore. Ailji.lnnt General Sltito Librarian 1). It." Collier. Mrs. Mary llrown Day. HAILltOAIl C0MM188t0NEU8. C. Wood, chairman; J, F. Dcmpsey, 11. S. Irwin. Secretary Jno Samuel F. llrown. CONOrtESSIONAL. was tho originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," tho same m cvor that has homo and does now wrapper. bear tho facsimile signature of This is the original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has boon used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is on W tho hind you have always bought and has tho signature of Cayffi&ZcA(4(; wrapper. No one has authority from me to use my name except Tho Centaur Company of which Chas. II. Fletcher is President. March 8, 1S97. 64wr f a Quarter Million. Throo Times as Much Awaiting Shipment. COLD PARTIES FORMING. Senators Hon. William 0. Iiiiuls say, Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn. Representative Fourth District IIuii. John W. Lowis. Do Not Be Deceived. n j Q&. 3MmuV. Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you ST.VTK I.KdISI.ATUItK. (because lie makes a few more pennies on it), the inSenator Hon. A, D. Jatnos. gredients of which even he docs not know. Representative Ohio Comity Hon. 0. M. Harnett. OHIO COUNTY. iron. W. T. Oioii, Judge rtltCUIT COURT. Owons-hor- o. "The Kind You Have Always Bought" BEARS THE FAC-SIMIL- Lung Troubles and Consumption can be cured. pd District have also endorsed their approval on said petition, as provided An Eminent New York Chemist nud by law, and the Court being suffiScientist Makes a Free Offer ciently advised orders that C. P. Readers. to our Keown, Sheriff of this county, be and he is hereby directed to cause a poll New York ChemThe distinguished ist, T. A, Slocum, demonstrating his to be opened and an election be held discovery of a reliable and nbsolute at the Court House on the 1 6th day cure for Consumption (Pulmonary of August, 1S97, the sam being 40 , m lunereniosisana bii 0ronCn..,lorual, d t ft lung and chest diseases, stubborn ruer- - Ior lne purpotu ot win me coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline end weakness, loss of fish. sense 01 me legal wntia rtnrn Mewand conditions of waiting niray, will ing within the boundary ef the said send THREE 1'REE BOTTLES (all proposed Graded Common School different of his NewDiscoverv to nnv to wltetner tiiey favor acs afflicted reader of Tun Republican "'strict cepttng tne provisions ot the General writing for them. His "New Scientific Treatment" Graded Common School Law and by has cured thousands permanently by wnich there shall be levied aud colits timely use, and be considers it a simple professional duty ito suffering lected an annual tax not to exceed humanity to donate a trial of his in- fifty cents on each one hundred dolw lar's worth of property value therein, fallible cure. Science daily develops new won- subject to State and County taxation, ders, and this great chemist, patientowned by white persons, and a poll ly experimenting for years, has protax not to exceed one (dollar and fifty duced results as beneficial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern ceuts 011 each white male inhabitant genius His assertion that lung troub- ot said proposed Graded Common les and consumption are curable in School District over 21 years of age any climate is ptoven by "heartfelt letters of grathude,"filed inhisAmer-lea- n for the purpose of establishing nnd and European laboratories in maintaining a Graded Common School thousands from those cured in all therein as provided in sections 100 to parts of the world. 130 of the Common School Law. Medical axperts concede that bronThe officers will also cause the lechial, chest and lung troubles lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, gal voters of said proposed Graded Coommon School District to vote for means speedy and ceartaln death. Simply write to T. A. Slocum, M. six persons to be trustees of sime in C , 98 Pine street, New York, giving case said provisions are accepted. postofiice aud express address, and The officers oi said election will the free medicine will be promptly sent. Sufferers should instant advan- make return, in due form ol the retage of "his generous proposition. sult of same, nt the earliest day pracPlease tell the Doctor that you saw ticable. his offer in the Republican. A copy attest: I .... .... - San Francisco, July 22. The Klon-dyk- e fver Is stcndily growing In this city. It is the main topic ol discus sioti iu public places. Hundreds nte preparing to go either this fall or next spring. Interest iu the Northern Mining Camp was increased by the arrival of the steamship Umatilla from Seattle with about a quarterof a million more of Klondyke gold. Some of the gold was shipped direct from Juneau, and ndvices from that city nre to the effect that there is at least $750,000 in dust at Alaskan coast statious awaits ing shipment south. The steamer Excelsior, which will start for St. Michaels on July 2S, may be fallowed soon by two new boats. Such is the talk It is stated that nearly $j,oco,ooo in gold dust will ba shipped bj from fit. Michaels before the seajon closes next month. Facts have been obtained which show that anew gold bearing district y, has been discovered in American 400 miles southeast of Dawson on the Perry river. Well known parties say that the district mentioned is very rich aud that only n few persons have a knowledceof its location. ttr-ritor- E SIGNATURE OF Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Ovronsboro. T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Riugo, Master Commissioner Hartlord. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund (3L&0& ?. Ilartfotd. Cal. 1. Keown, Shenir-Hnrtf- ord. l)ontitis Snmuol Keown Hartford Jno Roberts, Fonlsville; Thos. It. Bishop, Ccntortown; S. T. Stevens, Cromwell. Court couvenes first Monday in March and August and continues threo weeks, nud third Monday in May and November two weeks. COUNTY Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You. COUltT. John P. Morton, Judge Harttord. D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. 12. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court oonvcties first .Monday each month. quARrnttA court. Begins on the lliird Monday January, April, July and October. COURT Or CLAIMS. m I fisf mm. SSI!. '' A ",;. i FOR EVERY member ot EVERY family on EVEItY farm, in KVKIIY villnge, in EVEItY rftrtto ami Territory. roll Education, X Convenes first Monday iu January, Monday Sulphur IT give IT give IT gives IT gives IHlSw9 FOIt Noble Manlioo.1, FOR Truo Womanhood. and Tuosday after tho in October. OTIIUR COUNTY eecDud OIVIRIUia. G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Springs. Cromwell. X. C. Daniel, Assewor Z. II. Shultz, School Supt. Hartford. L. W. Hunt, Coroucr Sulphur D. M. Hocker, C. O. C.C. Tlic.Venr .lverlllil(C. Nowhere has there becn.given a Notice is hereby given that in obemore notable response to the spirit ot dience to the above order of the Counmodern improvement than in the adty Court of Ohio county, I will hold vertising pages ol the current news- an election at the time and place inpapers and magazines. Advertising dicated, from 7 o'clock a. m. till 4 itself is not a new thing, but Its o'clock p. m., for purpose set out in prlmitiveness of style was, until very said order. Those who may vote, are recent times, a markedly persistent all white males over 21 years of age, trait of it. In colonial papers, copies who have been residents ol the proposof which survive, we are struck with ed Common School District for sixty the limited space given up to busi- days, nnd in the county for six ness announcements, and the few months, and in the State one year The chM preceding the day of said election. businesses reptesented. This 15th day of June 1897. ones were the merchants, the bookC. P. Keown, S. O. C. sellers, and those of the losers of bound-ou- t The servants and slaves. Nnllliil .llllo-- . propriety medicine man had not then When a daughter comes home and wars oi sarsaparillas arrived, and the im.m.i-imjujmanlmmmr- if and the baking powders were tins tells how this and that young man smiled at her, and how she has made known. a mash on so and so, nnd the mother Modern invention, too, hrfd not hi iu her foolish, vain approbation docs Notwithstanding our burnt-ou- t last July we aro still headquarters ior all our early time the thousands ol things not correct her, she need not expect it now has to exploit from pianos kinds of any sympathy when that girl goes nnd bicycles to a multitude, beyond astray. When a boy makes himself the power to name, of smaller things. intolerable to the neighborhood by his Beet quality of Steel and Chilled Plow.. Both Walking and Riding Brakers. There were no pictures on the page deviltry and impudenceand gains the ot, except those of the runato speak Com Drill, Check-roPlanters, Riding nnd Walking Cultivators with and hatred of decent people, and when way apprentice with a pack upon his complaint ic made to his parents nud without tongues, Dieo Harrows, Fencing Wire plain and barbed. Oebnrue back, and a reduced house ot ship, UicKji,Traotion engines. All allure they not only fail to correct hui, but Mowers and Biudfr,Huler Thrt-liinnone ot which was larger than a postrepairing encourage him, they must not expct Implements are guaranteed to be of tlie best quality. First-clasage stamp or n small ttnrubricated g a specialty, also a full lino of any sympathy when that boy lands'in of all kinds done promptly. initial. You will fiud us atjuiir oldstand on First and the penitentiary or on the gallows. fertilizers for tobacco. How this paucity of features is now It is said by the early neighbors of Railroad St. Como in and soe us. all changed! And it has been largely Alonzo Waiting that he was not a bad done within the memociy of men, not little boy at heat t, but that everyBIS AVER DAM, KY. yet old, who are now living. A look thing he did iu the way of mischief at any modern newspaper or magawas condoned by his mother, until he zine shows to day that the advertisbecame a terror and grew up to be a ing pages hear a quite literary and ar- scoundrel Columbus Times. 5c tistic product. They were once a 'I mt I. Iks Sut pit. barren, natt i:ctive watte. They are Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, ol Juncti' n now a part ol the humanities, n truer mirror of life, a suit of fossil history, Citj, III., was told bj her doctors the Do You CORRECT from which the future chronicle, if all had Consumption aud th.it there was YOU RECEIVE THE 110 hope for her, two bottles Dr. hut other historical movements wete to 3C( VA jf S. completely be lost, might fully and graphically King's New Discovery BENEFITS and sne sas it .saved her life. .OF SUCCESS In her rewrite the hhtiry of our time the new poster development we have Mr. Tbos. Eggers, 139 Plotida St. in HIGH GRADE TAILORING by ORDERING YOUR SUITS AND OVERCOATS even set the wits ol the bet attUts at San Francisco, suffered from a dreadful cold, approaching Consumption, work, while being tine to their idealtiled without remld ever thing else M OF 1 I l ism nnd instincts, tnwatd commerthen bought one bottle of Dr. King's cial etuis. THE GREAT CHICAGO MERCHANT TAILORS. New Diuovcry and in two weeks was Clple." Theie is no knowing where all this cured. He is. naturally thankful It We guarantee to fit and please you, and sue you money, Now I say it is getting high time will stop, or what new aids may yet 300 NEW SAMPLES TO OELLECT FROM are is siicu fir men to take a stniiil for rllit or be invoked to make the attraction of samples, results ol wiilcli tiicse ef thnt prove the wonderful wrong, not playing backwards or for- the advertimcnt still more Irresistifieucy ol this modlcine in Coughs and wards overihe fence. Ifyotiaraa ble. But what is most to be noted is Colds. Pre trial bottles at J II. D2mocr.1t, stay in the Democrat field the charm which lms come to the adWilliams Drug Store. Regular size and not be running after other party's vertising pages. Once we skipped I 50c, and $1 00. fail you hurt yourself them, unless some pressing want ifcj.- - , tm It )oks like some folks want to be compelled us to read, while now we Sutherland Eagle Eye Salve Is a carried In other penp'w pockets and read to find out what we really want fine, creamy, snow white ointment, used as Campaign funds. The Pro -- Harper's Weekly. t screw cap tubes, put up in jil.-party "in not hulld that way " and sold for 53c by all dealers. It Is Nivv I hive talked plain, tint foi (h known throughout the laud as the HerTlody Says Bo. purpose ol utMKnn hiir or hrmim' RE COMSTSPATIOH Caenreta Candy CaUmrtlo, the mast won- beet ami quickest harmless cure. for anyone, but when I stieak I mum derful niMloal illsooverv of the ueo, ilas-au- t any form of sore eyes or granulated anil rerraalilnir to tlio taste, uul gently y g?&rilMji?'lwtf"rVIg'-!WJ5 trll the truth. I hjhmW with !"vs lor and Mwltlvely on kidneys, liver und lioueb, lids, styes, etc. Scores of people 10 ALL "JtiJ; 111 7 ' wilol n 1 1 3S "I KA3 the unllro nMtlrin, jU' awl I. r g nm! i ,v? no DRUGGISTS t 25 50 claim thut It lias saved their eyecum liottdaolia, luve;, liubltuul constipation t i.m,tl at:, n. CucirttJtrMliiUoilUifl IHQfiniTIH V and liiiioimiii s. I'h kin liny und try n liox sight, .1 ll " C ill VI' ADaULUlULI PniUUV'CCm "' " Vrii).ri;rlm''OI.ii...caiu.tutlr.uli. for sole by Z. Wayne Griffin uUai'ATuCit'Urir n, bm-- I ID, 21, Huldaod ofc: (.' C sn.i ilt uiiibmikUl tot. XI. M, i.I.l .1. i;t!ll.l)VU)..(lilro.J10Dtn!l.aD.,orNnTork. Hoping in; lelt r mil lv re id . .it. B'iurunUHHi lo cure Uy all ilnngUtt, & Bro. 1 s at December 1. JontB. Wiwok March 0, June 5, Vole for Uie most popular teacher. September 4. December I, 12, C. L. Woodward March It will uot cost you anything June 11, September 10, December 10. Jah. A. Bowmo March 20. June Why isit thateverjthingthatcomes 19, September 18, December 18. from a distance ' is so much bett r B. F. Gravis March 25, June than the goods sold by our home titer 20, September 23, December, 24. chants? It would seem that it is, Jkm't Tutiarco Spit aud Simile lour Kilt in.j. from the action of a few ot our citiTo tobacco easily and forever, zens who send to some distant city netlc, quit of ll(o, none ami vifor, take bo mac lull for everything that they need. tho wonder worker, that mokes trol ruon One Alt drupglhtg, Wicorll. Cure person can never find anything at the strong. nooU'ct and biuiIo free. Addrcaa Sterling Itemoily Co.. Chicago or New York. dry good store to suit, but has to send awny for it, notwithstanding the fact our uicichants carry a full line of the best and most stylish goods, aud I know they sell them cheap enough, Anotlisr man has sent away to ave t I III C.y? "Tr his printing done, although the Messenger is prepared to do nearly every kind of job work and at prices that are far below city prices. These peos pie think that a cotton umbrella bought in "Lou e ville" or "Chlrn-gah- " KLY'S CItEAM 1IALM lanpoaltlTOcnro. is better than a silk one Apply lto tho Dottrili. It la quickly absorbed. 60 home, and no doubt would cent at Drwrelst or by mm ; timplet 10c by mall. ELY BROTHERS, M Warren St., New York City. send to these places for their buttermilk if they could have it shipped ndurntoToor lloneta With Candy Cathartic, euro conatlpatlon foroier. conveniently. Ex. 10o,S5c. lrCC. O fall, drueuUuretund money 1, 4'onnnllti'C .llrrlliii;. There will be a meeting of the O'.iio County Republican Executive Committee at Hartford, Monday, August Every 2, 1897, at 11 o'clock a. in, member is urged to be present. Important business to transact. W. A. Ginsos, Ch'm'n. Jno. P. Morton, Sec'y. Springs. C. It. Campbell, Keeper, Hartford. 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