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If tih dow net The Habtioed ree iTRnr,AN XI OFFICIAL OHOAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH -- 9 pleasant Soap for the skin. t.ft.ai.a,it.i "Nothing else likeV'r The mot rcfrMhinp' and , 1 iis.l C..!0N..L DISTRICT, VOL. X. get ready for it, there ia no telling what may happen. Child-birtin full of uncertainties II Naturo Ii not given proper assistance h HAigFOlU), KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST HADIN'S 0, 1 807. No.$ $100 GIVEN AWAY To tho Moat 11 KUTANEOUS JSOAF; nfCrVAmuD-rtc Mother's Friend Is tho host help you can ubo at this tlmo. It Is n liniment, nnd when regularly ap- plied several months U'foro baby comes, it makes tho advent easy and nearly pain-losIt reliovos and prevents " morning sickness," relaxes tho overstrained tnua-olrelieves the distended fooling, short-n- s labor, makes recovery rapid and certain without any dangerous Mother's friend is good for only ono purpose, viz.: to relieve motherhood of danger and pain. It ilnllar li r bottle fit nil druK store., nr lent by mall im reoelpt of price. I'HSB Uookh, containing valuable Inform, s. after-clToct- a. linn fur women, will Im not to any address upon application to TlIU UttADPIHLD KHOULATOR CO., AUnl, (U. Who run thin of tome simple thilir ti luteal! Prelect your Meati th,y may bring ynul wealth, Write JUIIN WHDUNIIUUI11I a ou I'aH-ntijri. IVaiklnattn, 1. fur their tl.ru rl end lUl ot two hundred intentions wanted, for titty Cents. Guaranteed tolxuco habit cure mnkPH wmU mea strong, blood pure. Wc,l All urugt'Ute. Wanted-- An Idea c N jwerchant's so JSSe Mvm& zsiiim TUMiligWT., -. g- -- Contact, and Trade-Mu- taibutlneiscoadacicdf aadweeantr are patent la leu tuuo than UuncS J remote from Waibuulon. Strut model, drawing or phnta., with tlrierlp-- J tUo. Vte advise, II patet tal e or nut, tree vl. 'charge. Oar fee not due Ml patent (i in urn, i A PtNrmtT, " How to Vl tain Patents," with ot aaoe to the U. b. and foreign wunlnt.J ' teat Ire. Address, Uooihatc fire. OvnOmccieorpooiTCU.B. paTiriTorricc. J churned and all I'lt-- j et CA.StMOW&CO. d. c. Patint Ore. Orrtcc, WteMiNaroH, -- AUSTIN HDTEL P. O. AUSTIN, M'g'r., 531 West lMnrKot Stroot Bo twoan 5th and Gtli, BAKER AND I Louisville, Ky. f R. I.. Cl.HRKS: T. O. BAKER. Lbuisvillo Dental. Co., w 1 1 . A QWENSBOBO.KY. Gold Crowns f 5 to f 7 Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Host set ot teeth (no better made no matter how much you py) . 58 $ 1 up Gold fillings Silver filling 75c Extracting, pet tooth 25c .W.M.st. rainless extracting with Vitalized Air 5c Extracting lrce when Artificial nre ordered. Office permanent Teeth ly located Wanted-All- dea Protect your Ideaii they mar bring ynu wealth, Patent Attor. Write JOHN WEUDEHBUIIN A CO.,l,SJO nays, Washington, 1. G,or th.lr prUO oflcr auU list of tno nnndred tnrontloua wanted. , a mvm ES TASTELESS LnEL TDNI Pir siltSki LhQffl nnOVK'8 TASTBLKBd C1III.L TONIO an4 hTO Ijouiibt tbren aroaa already tbla rear. In all oar ex peneuoe of 1 yean. In tbe druii bualneaa. bare iwvor aold an article that lare fucb unUenal Mil. Voure truly, ZauUou M yuui 'IViulo. CO. WARRANTED. PRICE BOcts. aiLiTIl, ILLS., NOT 10.1J33. Bl rrle Medicine To., eoldloula. Mo. rM) botttea o! We lut Tear, Oentlomon: Aujur.CallK A I8JUSTA8COODFORADULTS. hv Williams &lllell. lUlUNOi. idfUIRMu- .nLUinu-- wkmssrssb a VADiiai :ca ifiia itMlBIIM otwtxx flJ EWrM n HiTal mitst-t::?- ! lOD Sil"l iJl? B I rjftUt r0nuairnu 1 itr if 1 W mm, iKMtor, mCmma UMcmmtum. raimuw K wcVMiy ymjr.fMwao. spxiurr "tu.-uiiM-t- a tertCi. nVMMWt MI1M1W& rrttujaiari, wnjHvifjrmga ble so about what they might have been CAREER. on Hintyui aitigel nnytyleIt olIsn hump regusuits ytJur fancy. than they do at any other hour ot the put on. lated Inigtly bv the- Itwd t day, and the subject was lost opporThe Noted Criminal Dies The bigyjer the load the more you tunities, says the Washington Star. lie catefnl hav to hump yourself. to refer to the matter at "I hate in the Michigan City and don't mar the enamel on the nil," remarked the Colonel, who Prison. Coinframe, nnd keep the on fought throitght the late war at the well oiled, so they won't cut Into the hendofn Michigan regiment, "because it only makes me tenew my Kotchum his Roal Namo and coues. The tire is absolutely so you won't h.tve to take n contempt for myself, but I've had Loulavlllo his Former By pump and repair kit with you. WANT BRYAN SILENCED chances in the North west to put myHomo. the time yru have removed that pile, self in the mlilionaltclistthat anybody I I think you will have made would of Effort to Keep Him With- but a continued yap the war thinkwai Chatles II. Kctchum, the express of ashes run, also the perspiration a century I negltctlng. After robber and noted criminal, died Wedin His Own You'd better conic in to dinner now." as they ote called, nesday iu n the Michigan City, Iud,, and I knew the whole country from penitentiary from the bursting of a State. HOW TO FIND OUT. Detroit clean through to the far cor- blood vessel. At the time of his death FARMERS LAUGH AT 16TO 1 ner ot Minnesota, and right whete he was serving a five year sentence Fill n bottle or common water glass thtie ate big buildings nnd beautiful fur snatching n tray of diamonds in with urine nndlct it stand twenty-fou- r I could have Indianapolis city squates on December 31, 1895. Lincoln, Nib , July 28 For the hours; n sendlment of settling indiboughU laud at any price I might Ketchum was oncofthe best kuown cates ft diseased condition ot the kidpast two months the: leaders of the name. One man wanted me to buy, He neys. When utine stains linen it is criminals in the United States. silver patty in Nebrofka have been at $50 apiece, began his carqer at thcageof foil teen positive evidence ol kidney trouble. a manifesting much uncnslnessconcern-in- g in Duluth, few lots laughed at him. They are now years in Louisville, which was the Too frequent desire to urinate or pain the lecture business of W. J. Dry-n- and I in the back, is also convincing proof wot tit $s a square foot and upward. place of his birth. Primarily a number of his warmBeginning as a that the kidneys and bladder ore out Agate common thief herosein his profession of order. est suppoi leru remonstrated with him I picked up one picceof land at for $100 and sold it for f 1,000 what to do. nbotit trying to begin the campaign Harbor until he became, in the words of SuThere is comfort in the knowledge that is wotth $50,000 now, and I perintendent Murray, of the Pinker of 1900 at once niter the close ol the so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's give a man $250 for a tract ton agency, Inst one. lint he thought ilillcrctitly. wouldn't "a robber of cool and Swamp Root, the great kidney remedy is worth as many thousands this original genius, a forger, a bank sneak fulfills every wish in relieving pain Now, however, his leading suppoi tn that in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder very minute. and the cleverest express plunderer and every part crs in this State nre determined to of the urinary pas"But these nre small potatoes, and that ever happened." The star net sages. It corrects inability to hold have him pulled off. few in the hill to the biggest piece of of his career was the robbery ot a urine and scalding pain in passing it, A conference of the lending spitits ever guilty I was held here recently, in which this lost opportunism I wa9 $35,000 package from the Adams Exs or bad effects following use of liquor, nnd the colonel sighed profoundpress Co. The robbery was commit- wine or bear, and overcomes that unquestion came up, and it was decided of," ly. "You know that famous Mesaba ted iu Louisville, and is still fresh in pleasant necessity of being compelled that something ought to be done at to get up many times during the iron mine country in there on Lake the minds of many. once, if Mr. fttynu is ever to make night to urinate. The mild and the Superior, where they are taking out is The plan During the winter of 1893 a package extraordinary effect of Swamp-Roo- t another presidential race. thousands of tons every year ol the of money, containing $35,000, was soon realized. It stands the highest as adopted was that he should be orfor its wonderful of iron ore on earth, nnd any dered to come home ot once for the richest consigned from Cincinnati to the distressing cases. cures you the most need a If enjoying prince- Wells s, Co at New fill campaign, as his set vices were quantity of men nre Ftirgo.Express medicine you should have the best. ly incomes from their royalties? Well, needed to elect the Populist State via the Adams Express Co. Sold by druggists price fifty cents and Mes- -' When the package reached its final one dollar For a sample bottle nnd ticket, then groom him lor Governor bclorc anybody ever heard ol the ore I was up there running on the fusion ticket next fall, and saba iton destination at Galveston, Tex., it was pamphlet, both sent (ree by mail, ' ' mention Tut? Hartford RrjrunucAN gradually turn him from his present a line noith from the Coquet river, ' found to contain nothing but brown and send your full post-offiaddress and one day I began to have all sorts paper, cut the exact size of bills and route to n position where he can make to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. of trouble with my compass, packet! tightly between pieces of pho- Y. The proprietors of this paper a dignified race in 1900 for the presi"Ordlnatially it was a very tractas dential campagn, ''' tographers' card board. The Wells guarantee the genuineness of this ble and reliable instrument, but here, One of the members ol that conferFargo people claimed that the substi(or some reason, it acted strangely, or ence has made public the substance tution had been made in the hands ot A Vnimiblo l'rcNcrfiitlou. net at all, and I Editor Morrison of Worthiugton, sentiment that prevailed At the rather refused to of the the Adams Express Compeny, bemeeting and it is provoking much could hardly get any sense out ol it tween Cincinnati and Nashville. The Ind., "Sun," writes: "You have a going ahead however, and for comment. In discussing the situa- I kept cleverest express nnd train detectives valuable psescription iu Electric Bitten minutes my trouble continued. tion, he said: "It would appear that obtainable were put to work on the ters nnd I can cheerfully recommend was over, nnd I never wns the interest is lessening in the silver Then it case, and worked unceasingly for it (or Constipation, and Sich Headquite so glad ot anything as when issue daily all over the country, and many months. The Adams Express ache, and as a general system it has compass began to work again, if Mr. Bryan keeps on he will have that messengers had been on a strike some no equal." Mrs. Annie Stehle, 2625 nothing to tell in the next campaign. and I did not have to try my course time before the robber 5, and a young Cottage Grove Ave , Chicago, was all by the sun. II we can get him at home and keep man, giving hi3 name a3 Hardin, had ruu down, could not eat nor digest "I knew before I finished what the secured a position. Suspicion fell up- food, had a backache which never left him quiet on the silver business, elect matter was, but what did that iron ub him Governor and send Gov. on him, and he was arrested, but the her and felt tired and weary, but six under the ground that swerved my to the Senate next year, all the evidence was not sufficient to hold bottles of Electric Bitters restored her me? (actions will be in litis - for- - Bryan to needle out of its course mean to Soon af- health and tenewed her strength. him, and he was released. We Nothing. That's nil, I was-- plain ev- terwards he brought suit for damages Prices 50 cents and $1.00. Get a botmake the campaign in 19x0. have almost abandoned hope, for the eryday chump. What 1 was after against the Adams Express Company tle at J. H. Williams Drug Store. silver issue appears to be dead, but was timber, and the timber all along for alleged false arrest. It was pendunless on that issue we can not see there was not of sufficient quality to ing this suit which, was finally disNotlrc 10 l.o e Jlcri. The undersidned is again with John how Bryan will be a factor in the justify giving the land a second missed, that Hardin was arrested by thought, nnd I didn't. Think of it, next presidential campaign. Kansas City detectives as Charles A. Reitz & Sons and will be ready about the 1st of August to make conWhile his leading supporters here men and brethren," sighed the colo Ketchum, an escaped Missouii ' think the silver issue dead, Bryau is nel again, there I was walking over ensued a world famous trial tracts for spring of 1898 delivery. Would be pleased to see and mnke not inclined to come home and go in-t- and standing on millions and millions before Judge Field on a question ot State campaign, but would prefer ol dollars, and I could have had all of Identity. Henry Ormsby, an old prices to all who contemplate cutting If we can it I wanted lor the tnete having sense schoolmate, testified that Hardin was logs the present season. My Posts to stay on the platform. not get him into this plan, however, enough to take it up, and I didn't Ketchum, and Judge Fieldso decided. office address is Hartford, Ky., and will be in Hartford Mondays and Satwearefumly ol the opinion that he have the sense." Hardin was then released, can never make another race. Even Statu oi' Omo, City 01' Tomjdo, 1 Charlton Elrod, the Louisville pho- urdays of every week, so far as possiss W. II. Moore, as it is, we can scarcely get the fors j Lucas County. tographer, had been an intimate ble. Agt. for Jno. A. Reitz & Sons. Frank T. Cheney makes oath that friend of Hardin, and was instrumencounty uier silver lorces out to the They insist they are he is the senior partner of the firm of tal in getting him the job as exptess conventions. P. J. Cheney & Co., doing business Remember Bullington will give too busy to attend and laugh at our iu the City of Toledo. County nnd messenger. The photgraph paper advice that they should keep up the State aforesaid, nnd that said firm which made up the dummy bills in you a good shave, hair trim or shampatty organizations as they brgan will pay the sum of OPE HUNDRED the looted package wns the first clew poo. immediately oiter the last campaign DOLLARS lor each and ever case of which led to the arrest of Hardin, and Catarrh that cannot be cured by the closed. later of Charlton Elrod for complicity use ot Hall's Catarrh Cure. "We accept this as the foterunner FRANK J. CHENEY. in the robbery. The rubber stamp Sworn to befote me and subscribed with which the false package was ol the inevitable lack of interest in the white metal. Some attribute it to in my presonce, this 6th day ol De marked was made in Louisville, but ono the great crops and general business cember, A. D. 1890. W, GLEASON, the maker could not identify Hardin A. revival and think the agricultural elj sbyl j Notary Public. as the man who gave the order. ement will begin to attend the silver After Hardin had been arrested rallies as soon as the crops nre out of Hall's Catarrh Cure istaken'internal-l- y away from Louisville a second time Scrofula, Eczema, Tetter and simiand acts directly on the blood and lar diseases cannot be cured by local the way, but we think differently. mucous surfaces of the system. for the robbery, and taken to Nashapplications of ointments and lini Bryan has not yet relased to abandon Send lor testimonials, free. ville for trial, Charlton Elrod was ments, for tbe disease is in the blood, the platlorm, but at least has not said F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O nabbed in Louisville and tushed to and can only be reached by a blood remedy. He says ho is willing, Sold by Druggists 75c, he would. the Tennessee capital and put on his S. S. S. (Swift's Specific) Is far ahead Hall's Family Pills are the best. however, to stump the State this fall heard of other blood remedies because it does defense., The cases ol both were It promptly reaches in the interest of the fusion ticket " Investigate Dr. Bell's Peppermint at the same time. The verdict of so much more. most obstinate and and cures the Chill Tonic. It leaves no evil after "not guilty" caused surprise, espe. diseases which they have A I.uM 0iiuriiiiitly no effect upon whatever. effects, It cures chills permanently. daily In the case of Hardin. Mr. Thomas N-- - Tlnney, of Corpus A little group of men were talking Afterward Hardin's wife made a Christ!, Texas, writes: For sale by Z. Wayne Gilffiu & Bro the other evening in the gloaming "For years I suffered statement in which she told all about W time, when peoplescem to think more frohi Scrofula, which The croakers who complained ol the robbery, her husband having the seemed to grow worse .. Secretary Seward's course because he leading part, It wns THE under the treatment of then, of course, paid seven millions of dollars (or Alas- too . physicians. At times late to utilize the Information, BLuODs tne dreadful disease ka showed about ns little wisdom ns but Ketchum soon gave the law a would extend to differthe croakers of todny who have insist- fresh hold on him by stealing a tray ent parts ( jmv body, causing severe eruptions ot the sklu and untold sufing that nothing but the (ree and un- of diamonds, iofl fering;. The many prescriptions I limited coinage of silver would bring Hardin, or Ketchum, which was his took did me no good, and the local apback prosperity to the United Stntes. baa demonstrated ten thoneand rsal name, wns the son of a carpet plication of remedies did not seem to tliuea that it U almost Intallllle Alaska has already brought to the dealer. The family just niter the war reach the trouble at all, for they had no effect whatever. I resorted to alFOR WOMAN'S Uultd States many dollars more than and for some years later lived on Oak most every patent medicine for the blood, but without reit cost ns, in its fur sale industry, and street, between Third and Fourth, PECULIAR sult. now it hns developed the richest gold "Iliad aUnost despaired of ever being Charlie was a wild youth. Ills first WEAKNESSES. my blood, mine in the world. dreadful grave offense was the robbery of a let- rid of thisthe advice taint In I began of friends, Irregularities and derangement. This enormous gold find within our ter box. He got out of this on account when, by B. 8. (Swift's Specific), and remedy to take 8. It baa become tbe leading own tertitory, coupled with the fact ot for tbls class of troubles It eterts .. his youth, and then the family before 1 naa nnisueaa wonderfully healing, strengthenthe second bottle I nothat the gold mines ot the world are moved to Kansas City. ing and soothing Influence upon There tils ttcod an Improvement. tbe menstrual organs. It cures producing this year mote than ever in criminal career was continued and he Hevr much money and "whites" and falling ot the womb.nlUlll It stope Hooding and relieves suphistory nnd that we are going to draw became n lugllive from justice. Later suffering' I could have savsd It I had only be- - REMEDY. great quantities of gold (tout abroad he turned up in Louisville, and then gun the rlfht remedy! in payment of our splendid crops, tor the exptess roblery was committed. ' This S. S. 8. proved to be, for as I use I grew better, and which high pi ices are predicted, "Kutchum wns about thirty-si- x years continued its was anally cured completely or a ais-- I a good supyly of money and of ngc. promises aase which had cursed my life for years, and had withstood the treat-inseprospeiity in the United States durblood remeof many coming .year, nnd indeed ining the I had grnnulnted lids for twenty dies, as well as of the best physicians. definitely. years. I tried many doctors and lots 8. 8. S. also cured me of a severe case ol medicine to no avail. A skim lud of rheumatism. It is the only real remedy on the market." A Judge in Mississippi hag ndvo- - grown over my eves and they grew bUort not difUcult to be cured of any It Is a pi.tti in niup lynciuiiga wuitu worse until I could not recognize one blood disease, if the right treatment Is caieu only positive pressed and painful menstruation. 8, 8. 8. Is carried out will go far to lessen the across the street, Sutherland's given.for ContagioustheBlood Poison, For Change ol Life It, Is tbe best curs medicine made. It Is beneficial number of lynchlngs in the country". Eagle Eye Salve cured me sound nnd Scrofula, Cancer, Eczema, Rheumaduring pregnancy, and helps to blood Into bomee barren brluf children inrlgorales, stimuHis plan briefly told Is simply this: well iu ten days. Yours, Mrs. W. tism, or any other It for years. disease, for it promptly reaches the 1 Whenever n crime ol unusual atrocity lates, strengthens tbe whole sysWoodall.'Murfreesboro, Tenn. For scat of the trouble. It Is the only C. tem. Thle great remedy Is offered blood remedy is 00111111111011 in his circuit he piopos-e- s sale by 7. Wayne Griffin & Bio. to all afflicted women. Why will any woman suffer another minute guaranteed Pure- to call a special term of court nnd with certain relief within reacht ly Vegetable, and Wine of Cardul only costs 11.00 per 'AVell, my son," said a, Hickman try the criminal at one. The law's contains not a bottle at your drug store. partlcleofpotash, delay la resjKiinitjls lor many of the latlmr to his boy, who wanted a whtel fur airiti. In cum rtqulrint i(W mercury oU4rM, clique symptoms. ta "Lotiltt "you'll find ot.e in the front end ol mineral, which means so much or other II tin peolynchlngs which occur. .ailtUorv JXiairliim)." i dtMUnui J4-iln- i to those Co., dwtunowa, Jenn. ple knew the) aecitMil wouldibe "peedi-l- y that wheel barrow, and there is n big who know the disastrous effects of Re. I. W. SMITH, Camden, S. C, home mil ttiwl there wou'd he less ditpol-tio- plIiQfn.han back of tbe hnstl at these drugs,books can be had free by "M wile uisd Wlni ol Cardul at Valuable lor falling ol the voinb and It enlifsl' The handle addressing ttwlft Specific Co., Atlanto take the ilaw in their own will have) to be moved. rii..f ha. ' bars nre of white ash nnd are ndjntn. ta, t5a. hands, - rori I TOIltXHuRStKY thi BAtH Nebraska Silverites the Free age Issue. ors of Ohio County. Tun Khpuiimcan Popular Toach- - j r.ftflCEf25Pn It lasts twice as long; as others. A trial will convince you of Its great merit. Will please the moat fastidious. punct-ureles- s, linn nlunjM been fiiciitlly to tho leneliuni of Ohio eoun-l- y, and linn always received biiImIhii-ti- ul Mfr.ol CHARLES F.MILLER, 'land-looke- r,' 1 n. ' , ce of-te- Hol-cot- aid from thorn ami wo have now determined to givo $100.00 in pres ents to the teachers in a voting coiit test. Wo have four prizes, valued nt DO, 825, $25 nnd $20, which wo nro going to give away. Wo aro goiug to allow tho teachers nnd peoplo to eay who shall have these-- presents. Two of the prizes will ho given to llio two most popular lady teachers nuil two will be given to tho two most popular gentlemen teachers. Wo will pubih every week two coupons in The RiH'UliLtOAK and all votes must bo used as printed. It makes no differ ence how you gctliold of tho paper, just so you use tho printed lorm ns no oilier will be counted. Tho prizes will be distributed as follows: 1. To tho young lady teacher who receives tho largest number ol votes wo will givo ono of Geo, P. Cram's New Universal Globes, valued at $30. It is tho finest Globe that is made. 2. To the young gentleman teacher who receives tho largest number of votes wo will give one of Cram's Now Universal Atlas, valued at $26. 3. To tho young gentleman teacher who receives tho second largest number of votes, we will give a scholar ship in King's Commercial College of Ltuisviile, valued at $25. 4. To tho young lady teacher who receives tho second largest number of votes, wo will give a scholarship in Kcnyon College at Hodgensvilie, valued at $20, making in all a total of $100 to give to tho teachers. We have made arrangements with 8u.pt. Shullz to tako charge of voting contest, to open tho ballot box, count the votes, Ac, Tho contest will closo on tho last day- - of tho Ohio County Teachers' Institute, which will bo held some limo in August. Tho voting will bo perfectly fair, and Mr. Shullz, together with his Board of Examiners, will count tho votes nnd the prizes will bo awarded that Go to work and vote for your dny. choice. Send all votes to II. Shultz, Hartford, Ky., nnd ho will Wo can put them in the ballot box. furnish extra copies of The llnruit-lica- n to anyone who wants to vote at 5o per copy. If you wnnj many copies, leave your order a week before ' I'RGNCII MILI.UI) SOAPS AND TOILUT Lancaster, Penn. KSTAT3LISIIKID, 1849. sus mi PROFESSIONAL HARD, JT18IY JT collections. Bquaro. M. L. lCT - IIAHTFOKIr, KY. Will practico his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, nml court of Anneals. Special attention given t Office oaat Bido of puHft Hkavrin. Shbmiy TayloiT. attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIH & TAYLOR, Attorney at Law Beaveb Dam, Ky. . Perry Westerfield, Hautforu, Ky. Will practico his profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. OiBco, in Commercial Hotel. Attorney at Law, E. WEDDING 2r. Attorney a. BJa.K3srErri', HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will bo given te a business entrusted to his caro. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. at Law, HARTPORD, KY. Will practico his profession in tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn ties. Special attention given to col lections. Office in Courthoueo. Attorney aijaw, JNO. B. WILSON, E3. 3 (Comity Attorney) JEUHm. 7 '. Alforney atKyT Taw HARTFORD, attention given to making abstracts, &c, also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Office North side of publicsquare. SPECIAL hand. Remember we will give 20 votes with every new subscriber to The Republican. Get your friends to subsenbo and givo you tho coupons, and by this means your candidate will win. O Attorney ai aw Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho Courts of Ohio nnd adjoiniug counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. R. E. LEE SIMMEBMAN, it X r- 0 o CIS - Scroiiik i 2 g x: o 1 HllRTFORD, Ky., Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted, lo his care. Office .in Republican building. Attorney at Law, J.B. VICKERS, 3 o & S. s o SMn Eruptions. o HARTFORD, KY.. Will practico iu all tho Courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office with County Attorney. Attorney at law ARMISTEAD JONES, o "3 IPIUM Uluutu, uh. TIJIK TAlll.l: ' S I 3 c n o O W Oatco IM N, x'ryor V. RMAVOOLLEY. M.U. tJC. and Whiskey Tiabttj cured at homo without pain. Book of FUEK. deep-seate- GOING BAST. I. lA KY. It. II. IIIIAYKK E 55 c X? Local Freight No. 202 a 6 00 a. m. Mall No. 222 a 1 02 p. 111. N6. 202 a 7 25 p. m. l'nst Alan GOING wssT. c 3 O Q. 3 o No. 201 a 7 17 n in. No. 221 a 12 25 P 111- ,Mail Locnl Freight No. 291 a 3 25 p. tn. Fast Mail l O II. Mkrbick. Agt, The and the for $1.50. Republican Courier-.Tournal it c3 8 r, c o H s rcconi-niotid- for one year Henderson route Louisville, Hender. son nnd St Louis Railway Company Time Oml effective May 30, 1837. HAST BOUND No 42 46 44 I,v. St Louis 7:56am 8:55pm Evansville 6:50am 2:2.tpm 2:45am Henderson 7:15am 2:46pm 3:10am Spoltsville 7:38am 3:07pm 2:28am Owensboro8:i8am 3:44am 4:00am Huwesvllle 9:17am 44upni 450am Cloverport 9:45am 5:03pm 5:10am Irvington io:45iu 6:03pm 51571m ArLouisvllle 12:35pm 745P'" 7:30am WEST BOUND No. 41 13 45 Lv.Louisville 7:30am 4:50pm 3:23pm Brandenburg 8:518m 69pm 9:30am Irvington 9:15am 6:43pm 9:52am Stephenport 9:51am 7:20pm 10121am Cloverport io:uam 7:39pm 10126pm Hawesville 10:35am 8:04pm 10:58pm Owensboro 11:35am 905pm 11:48pm 12:23pm Spottsvllle 12:17pm Henderson 12:40 10:10pm 12:45pm' Evansville 1:15pm 10:40pm 2i5pm through solid to Evanewiti. Through Imlr Cars and Pullman Slrepef on B" trams betwen St. Lculs, hvnnsville rd .nrt (.era Na 4' ami Louisville. nt Irvington for FordsviUc and Ilar- dlnshurg daily evept Snnd.y All tralnu tun H M o f c 2 a ,. . n rt ' deep-seate- d Tho Iilrnl I'ltiinren. James L. Francis, Alderman, Chicago, says: "I regard Dr. King's New Discovery ns an Ideal Panacea (or Coughs, Colds nnd Lung Complaints, having used it iu my family for the last five years, to the exclusion of physician's prescriptions or other preparations." "Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa, writes: "I have been a Minister ol the Methodist Episcopl Church for 50 years or more, and have never found anything so beneficial, or that gave me such speedy relief as Dr. King's New Discovery." Tiy this Ideal Cougy Remedy now. Trial Bot-1- 1 Free at J. il. Williams Drug Store. T&s he- Ar8t...oul7:3pm 7 Pn OASTOniA. lirutu, v3r ll nils f sr .?"" '" Haitford. BopuhUcan. FRIDAY. AUGUST 6. 1S97. WiituU continues to go up silver contluur to go down. Mexico will soon bo on the gold will bo n proepcroup Offloo on Fox Stroot. basis, and thus it iMiiril l'.pr) Krlihij nl llitrlloril, Uy. country. SAM A.ANDURSON tariff bill Is Reports from evalready apparent. ery Motion of tho country tliow an immediate- and purecptlblo renewal of business activity and manufacturing. Inn effect ot tho new Tun Republican parly is a business It passed tho tarifl bill more parly. SubBcrlptlon, $1.25 por yoar qulcky nfior tho inauguration of PresHntcrcd ot tlic post office nt Haitlotd ident McKinley than any party ever I os second clns3 mail matter. I T 1.1 o urn a.( er nircs.uen a. luaugurai !.. . , siucc tho time ot Washington, and it would havo made it ti law much soon- . Even nature seems to havo joined er but ior tho delay mado by the in the effort toconviuco tho frco silver Democrats in the Senate. , ntlvorates of their mistake; increased gold productions in every direction, Tin: gold Democrat aro extremely joining with good crops in this counactive iu every part of the country. try and good prices to prove that Their recent meeting in New York in prosperity is not dependent upon tho dicnto great vigor ai.d determination free coinage of silver nt n false ratio. and very strong support from nil REPUL1CAN TICKET. parts of tho Uuitcd States. It is Vr.imY tho frco silver papers nro qulto apparent that tho sound monoy coming over and arc forced to admit Eloctlon Nov. 2, 1897. wiug of the Democratic party is gainthat times nro getting a great deal ing rapidly upon the free coinngists, better, and that, too, under tho ReState Senator. Dr. T. O. Turner. Tho Elu publican Administration. Representative, R. 0, JarnngiN. Hit. E. J. Asiicn rr, of Meado t County Judge, .las. A. Park. free silver abctbtown A'eui, a county, has had mado a gavel which County Clerk, M, S. Raglaml. paper, says: ,. he will present to Chairman C. M. Circuit Clerk, Sam A, Anderson, "The financial condition of the farCounty Attorney, M. L. Ilcavriu. Burnett to call tho Stato Convention mers in Kentucky will be much imSheriff", 8. T. Stevens. to order next Tuesday. Mr. Ash-cr- aft proved this year by the very large School Superintendent, Foil Rogers. had the gavel mado from wood wheat crop nnd the very considerable I advance in price Jailer, Tlios. H. Black. over last year. It off the noted Lincoln farm in LaRue Assessor, O. D. Royal. will bring n good deal or ready money county. After the convention it will in cli dilation and pay off a good Coroner, L. W. Iluut. Sarveyor, N. Moxley. become tho personal property of Mr. many debts." Burnett. MAGISTRATE. llvqulrc Allrnlloll. 3C Hartford Dist Christopher Allen. The attack of the Democratic press It' tho new tariff bill does not proCromwell Dist JnntB Wilsou. duce sufficient revenue to meet cur and orators upon the shugar schtdule Fordsville Dist Jacob Cliaucelor. i rent expenses during Its first few of the tariff bill as finally oassed ate moths, everybody will know that it is such as to require attention. That Wheat is still going up. duo to the enormous importation of they are founded upon falsehood will be entirely apparenttoeverybody who Silvi:k continues to decline. the last thrco mouths, much of which tuny take the trouble to examine the would havo been prevented hut for Appearances indicate that Mr. facts iu the case, nnd it is that everythe fact that tho Democrats body may understand the facts that Mr. Bailey, of Magoffin county, will delayed action on tho tariff bill this brief statement is presented. The nomination receive the Republican by prolonging discussion in tho San-at- e. Dingley bill as it passed the house for Clerk of the Court of Appeals. placed a duty of 12,'i cents per pound on refined sugar in excess ol the averThe Republican party promised a The farmers of the couutiy are evl This I25f return of confidence and stability, and deotly utilizing their first earnings uu age rates on raw sugar. the business world is well satisfied der McKinley prosperity in paying off cents per hundred pounds, or '4 of a cent a pound, is what is known as with the samples promptly furnished. their debts. The Chicago d the "differential." It is the amount of has recently made a careful candifference between the rates at which The Mexican laborer gets his pay vass of certain States in the upper the refiners are. permitted to bring in in silver just the same regardless of Mississippi Valley, nud reports many raw sugar. Those who have studied the heavy decline iu tho metal. Ho millions of dollars in farm mortgages the question express the belief that is the thief sufferer from a false stand-aibeing paid off' with the money received the actual cost of refining- sugar is for increased pnoes of farm products. about i of cent per pound, and that ' it is proper that the refiners should fc Mint be rho gld dollar and the Everything seams' to be moving in be allowed to bring in raw sugar at bujlicl of vrntit tkat are twins, and the interests of the Americau farmer. li of a cent per pound less than some philosopher will soon be claiming Not only are foreign crops light, but sugar, for if they were not so that gold is depreciating when meas- now comes tho news that the Aus- permitted, ol course they could not ured iu wheat. tralians aro losing their sheep from carry on the business of refining in starvation, and aro slaughtering them competition with the sugar refined The Popocrats feel blue in Iowa, for their Delta ns ranidlv as possible. abroad. The house bill was chantr d tired in Kentucky and useless in Masl ihe, Sete F,nance Committee so thus one of the .... sachusetts. JlfT.... .LI It 13 only in Ohio that wool cutting off the world. important tt liic UlUCICUllUl WU3 uuuuk 222 kUUl Australsupplies of are claiming everything as tbey dance per hundred pounds, which was pracia's wool product last year wa3 around a bar'l. tically the same as the "differential" Sweden 2 75 or nearly threo times pounds, allowed to the refiners under the WilNorway 6 39 The premium on gold in Mexico that of the United States. 6.65 son law. The Senate reduced this The coin resetve held against outhas been jumping up several points materially putting it back to nearly Freesilvcr in that ren day of late. At the Senatorial Convention at the house rates. When the bill went standing paper is not included in this gion h working like oue of Prof. Rockporl Tuesday, Dr. T. G. Turner, to the conference committee, compos- computation. The statement ol the United States for 1S73 includes the of Muhlenberg county, was nominated ed of members of the house aud senCoin's theories. coin that was in the country, bttt it to fill out tho unexpired term ot Senate, the house conferees insisted upon Gold has gone to a premium of ator A. D was not in use ns money. The state- James. He reeived the an absolute restoration of izi cents 125 in Mexico, where silver is the fchow- ' ' ment is of interest, not only as instructions from hie homo county per hundred pounds "differential. ing that the supply of money has standard and a favored product. Proand also from Butler county. Ohio The Senate conferees urged a generf 1 more than kept up with population, fessors of silver havo stopped pointing increase of the protective rates of the couceded nominacounty the but of showing how the supply of to Mexico as an object lesson. tion toBjtler county nnd voted as bill in order to rurther protect the money varies iu different countries. Rowe, the present Com did that county forDr. Turner, which beet sujnr growers of the country, distributing itself as the world's sup- Hox. Jake and the house conferees agreed to ironweulth's Attorney of this district, gave him the nomination unanimous ply of wheat does, acc.inlinng to the this, but still demanded that the was elected in his last race by about Dr. Turner was formerly a resident of deman. The tncrcise of England's "differential" between the rates cf stock Ho thinks this county and is a very popular two thousand majority. is due to the increased bthnees i duty on unrefined aud refined kept in nil over the District. He London by bankers over the he will increase that majority this sugars should be n'i cents per hun year, but we are of the opinion that is thoroughly competent, nud will dred pounds aud no more. This was world. The larger supply ot Prance Jakie will fiud in November that his make a careful and efficient Senator. acceded to by the senate conferees and is due to the tact that its people do not u?e banks to the extent that othcheerful ideas nere ouly mere dreams. Ho will certainly be elected. the bill when repotted fiom the com- er people do, but hoard their money. mittee, made the rate on refined only People inclined to dispute these fi The Republican convention last A very rcmaikablo feature of tho iz'i cents per bundled pounds more ures may much better qestion the Monday at tho Court House was one coming campaign in this State, is the than the rale on raw sugar, a "differ- 1873 figures than the others. The of the largest and most enthusiastic great activity and enthusiasm mani- ential" of li of a cent per pound, uncettainttes regarding money stocks Republic-un- a over held in the county. fested by the National Democrats. barely the cost ol refining. This took are mainly farther back. Statistics of this county are thoroughly They have perfected a complete or- away Horn the sugar refiners much of sinci that time have been carefully aroused, and determined, and there ganization and are prepared to send the profits which they had had under kept. is no doubt that victory will perch on powerful into orators every the Wilson law, but why, then, did stock advance when this their bauners in November. A Hf-- t tiirTiirlirClmiijjPk. county in the Stato. It is use- sugar-trus- t action became known? That is the The tariff plank of the platform less to deny that tho National DemTub delegates to the Judicial Conquestion which is frequently asked adopted at the Republican National ocrats are growing stronger daily. aud easily answered. The sugar trust Convention at St. Louis in 1896 devention at Owensboro were instructed The silver question having been ex- had imported more than 700,000 tons clared that "the country demands a to cast the vote of Ohio county fur ploded, silverits nro left without an of raw sugar eo that, when then ad- right settlement" of the tariff issue, Hon. Geo. W. Jolly for Circuit issue, with which to go betore the peovanced ratss of the new law went into "and then it wants rest." RepublicJudge, and for our own countymau, Tho National Democrats will effect, they would be able to advance ans believe that the Ding'ey ple. act pro Hon. E. P. Neal, for Commonwealth's take advantage ot the fact aad will the price upon all the sugars which vides the "right settlement." Oth Mr. Jolly is a life long Attorney. gain an army of new recruits by reas- they had in stock, and thus make a ers besides Republicans believes this .Republican and an able lawyer. He on o! this fact alouo of course tho profit ot many millions of dollars. In also, as the votes of Democrats arid has been District Attorney tor KenBryanites will try to mako silver an view of thlsj)ropective profit, sugar Populists for the bill in inch branch tucky and commands tbo utmost conissue as heretofore. But the peoplo stock had advanced from time to time ot Congress nt different stages reveal. fidence of all people irrespective of aruawaro that tilventea have always but recently Secretary Gage recom- Republicans and everybody else know is too well kiiowu politics. Mr. Neel maintained that the low prices of farm mended to congress that an internal that the country is going to have a in this county to need words of coins products was duo to tho low price ot revenue tax of oue cent per pound be "rest" from impoitant tarifl changes mentation from us. ihr. Advance the price ol silver, placid on all raw sugar in the country for four years to come, and probably said they, nud you will likewise givo at the time of the enactment of the for a longor period t . Tc National Democrat are nro tho farmer good piics for his prod- new law, which, if adopted, would tryPorthefirsttlruesinceiSoothecoun. paring ti put a OAtididato for Consees ahead of it a period of entire ucts. They aigued that with free have destroyed all prospective profit gress 111 the Fourth Congressional ot the trust on these importations. freedom from tariff tinkering of all But The Populists being ut coinage silver would go up. District. The conferees, however, did not fol sorts. The sweeping Democratic vicouts with Bryanites because of their faim products havo all gono upward low Secretary Gage's advice, and tory in the congressional elections In in piicc andtilvcr has gone downshameful treatment in the bit consimply reported the bill with a differ- November 1890, sounded the doom of will nUo put up a ward, proving that tie price of silver ential ol 4 of a cent per pound. The the Republican tariff which was engressional race, candidate and thus Bro. Dave Smith does not effect the prico of product. moment it Uremic known that the acted n month enrller. A reverse for will havo it slapped to him on three Thus tho theory of the silvcrites is proposed internal revenue tax upon the party in power of anything like sides all at onc. Thero is no possi- thoroughly exploded and all who opthis enormous stock of goods in the the dimensions of that of the conpose Republicanism will ally themhands of the trust was not to be so gressional canvass of 1S90 nlways ble chance for Smith to bo taxed under the Internal revenue, It means a partisan revolutions in the nnd there is a splendid chance for selves with tho Populists or tho was realized that the profits ol the presidential campaign two years later. Democrats. some good Republican, National trust upon the 700,000 tons, or billion A defeat in that case, of course, meant Democratic or Populist. and a half pounds would be very the repeal of the tariff act, and every, KLONDYKE. M.irtre. wobablv 10 or 12 million dol body saw on the day after the election Tin: Herald this week attemps to Kloudyko is a place or region in lars, aud it ivas thisfact which caused in 1890 that in the inevitable Demo- kick up a "hullaboo" because Mr. II. A Bycru did not receive tho Re- Alaska where gold is said to havo the large advance in sttgarhtock which cratic triumph two years dfterward Even if this U true immediately foil wcd the announce the McKinley tariff would have to go. publican nomination, and eays that tio been discovered, would havo been nominated If tho only u few of tlmso who rush there ment of the agreement of Ithe'confer-ee- s A little over two months after the upon the bill, It was not because enactment of the Democratic tariff of 0 invention had been called at tho madly, will find u fortune; mnny will fiud dlfiippointment aid dispair, whi'o the general rates imposed by the bill 1894 the Republicans gained a victory Bametimoof tho last Republican In un- gives to the trust nny advanttge, for in the congressional canvass as overs Perhaps ho would ho Uu others will find their deuth. dent limes there was thought to exist on the contrary it is admitted by all whelming as that which the Demo, goolnuu aud would makoagood who are will to be frank on the sub crata achieved four years earlier, and Repreicntutive. Along this lino, wo on certain Wanda of tho ecu, beautithen Democrats and Republicans ful women called sirens, who by their ject that the bill reduces vety materimin','t null tho atteutim of tho people knew that the Wilson Gorman law's to the fact that Mr. Frank L. Felix beautiful musical voices enticed men ality the profit which the ttust real-i- a days were numbered. on refilling sujar, nud bting the might have been tho fusion noiniueo to din n wretched death. Business now, for the first time in in thai men will "dtfleuntial ' down to the mere cost Gold Is slrcnc-lik- e for County Attorney If lie hadn't of veil years, had a breathing spell. had any opposition. Oh, well, Felix ruh into tho juwsot death lo obtain of refining, When the l.uti become Tariff changes in even the tight dis it. Men will eeek it though tholr beat talks too much anyway. general known this bill, both as tojts rrctlon dUturb trade. They cause i'lilgmout tolls tlieni to avoid It. uncertainty in tariff sugar features and other3, especially uncertainty, and 1 s vole) however U like that of the legislation when sweeping alterations ilr-wW- I those which (ffect the farmers, will ate pending or are expected is more U all powerful and enfecbled sire-n(AILS. I Uet 1 ouuli tiyrui 'Jiuiu(jixM prove the most intisfjetcry which this Octttucttve to business, during the ticing, Hold br druL.'tfiu irillina. tinia the uncertainly huts, than U the Men will trek it lut Iodic. Pantrgrai h, generation has seen -- Editor. 1i . promises of tho harvest fields n ro filled it will be hard ior the. i ritts to persuade a thriving people thntttiey need monetary panaceas to keep tlieni out of the poor house." rNw ywk WorM "Irtho. IIX. red-ho- I i Times-JJer-ai- d. ' ! 643,-000,- 000 Outlook, I' InoikmI Cream (inr Initii-lrli- il worst sort ot a tarifflnw, for, to a cerThe fun' of Mi George Birk, at j The mottling sun, on July 34, 1897, tain degree, business caii ultimately Industry adjust itself to the most harmful dis- Tlmntou, aud several othets who shone upon encouraged throughout the length nnd breadth of criminations or restrictions. Ccrtnlu. to,k dinner at Mr llitk'M, hnd a vtry the land. All doubt and unccttnlnty ty is here, and It Is certainty of the narrow escape from death Sunday by Mnilo nnit MerU Maintains thocontldence vauished. The capitalist nnd the la" very sort which the country lias been begin poisoned from eating ieecieaui of tho people In Hood's Bunapntllla. IU : Those poisoned were in 'ollow-Lor knew at least one fact, most inis looking for for several ye.irs mcdlclno curts you when ilolc; It It make The every where, thtn beyond portunt iu our commerce nnd Induscountty now has n tmifT which buni Mr and Mts G. W link nnd thtee wonderful curoi tncdlclnepoMcssci merit. children, Mts l.iMie Hawaii n.id allqucstlon that try, that they will now be given a ness men in general believe it Intellirest horn tariff tinkering; that be- gently calculated to help all impotU child, Hatvi 15 belt Anhir Moclur, con (IXIr J J. BloJ.er, of tween the industries of this country taut Industrial interests, and Ih it t f this city, ami n and those of other coitnttles a I'rotec is nssured of a rensouahb lorg the Troy lauudiy tive hairier 1ms been erected to equal lease of life. Severn! stales luve neirio work li.mil. named John Only. No bul ajuiptoms wue noticed Tht l Just tho truth about Hood's lze conditions ol protection ami give . elections it littfo o ;er thtee mouths Wo know It poesc merit to the producers in this country equal. lcncei . et ,l0 KenublicciiH have n from eating the cream uutil late Sun11 curen, not ouco or twloe or day nlUrnoon, when the little child because ity ot opportunity in the race. The fair assurance that they will hold an hundred Hint, hut In "'oussiids cures, Wo know It American worklngmen has n right to their own in nil of them. Thecriil kol Mrs llngnn, both of whom had re thouimtids ot when ill others hope that the wheels of Industry will cal time for the patty will come in turned to their home near by, com. abnolutoly, permanently, (all to do any (food whatocr. We repeat soon be set in motion; the farmers the congressional campaign next plained of feeling sick, and thuttly will know that his best tunrkct is to year, but the business improvement nlterwNtd-MtIlagan wn also taken be preserved to lilur, the lahoieia of which has nlteady arrived nnd ill. Dr. l.icUmit wan summoned nt the ths land know that nt least to the ex- populnrpatlslaction which Is expected once, and bj the time he had arrived tent of the wants of the American lor the tariff" act afford ground for nt Mrs Hnrnn's Mr. Blrk's family people, who arc the best consumers in hope that the Republican hold cre nlo suffering, and had rent fnr on the world while their industrlesthrive power will not be discurbed nt that Dr. Junius Woolfjlk U the bes- t- In tact U10 One True tllwxl l'lirtner. the markets of our own people will be time. The dcctnrs worked with their pi euro nausea, Indlgetllsn, preserved to our own prmluceis ticnts some timebtfote they could HOOU S PUIS ulliouMicM. ueeuiJ. Equality of opportunity Is rrstotcd: btop their fitifletius nil ol them vomIliirltlrii'x Irnlrii halt p. the wages of our worklngmen nie to The Best Salve in the wot Id for iting continually nnd complaining ot uim 1.111:1,11, be permitted to rise without the reCuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt cramping in the stomach. Mi. and We nrc needing rain badly iu this sistance which comes from the com- Uheum, FcverSorcs, Tetter, Chapped Mrs. Bltk seemed to be affected mote section. petition of lower paid labor in foreign Hands, Chilblains, Corns, aud nil Skin Eruptions, and positively cutes than nny ot the othcis, and, though Whooping coush Is still raging in fields. This is a begetter of confi- Piles, or no pay required It is Mr IHtk was able tnbe up yesterday, this vicinity. Mr. Hnrdin Chapman dence, a promise of higher and better guaranteed to give periectfatisfaction he was in 11 verj weak condition has recently lost two children of this times. The workers in the factory, or money refunded. Pi ice 25 cents Mts. Bitk was .still unable to leave inal uly and pcrhip other complicain the mines and in the mills, pros per box. For sale by Williams & her bed yesterday afternoon, but she tions Bell. 1 jr- 3 tected in then? pursuit of wage-ear- n is not thought to be in nny danger Mr John Davis is thought to have ing, will become consumers of the now. typhoid products of the farms nnd cf the facEXCURSION TICKETS All of those eating the cteam, howMr. S G. Khoidt, has a child quite tories; the standard of living, that VIA Till? ever, had n very narrow as sick. sure accompaniment of higher wages, some of the cases would probably have Mr. James Kitk has typhoid. J,. . will be improved, and all our people proven fatal had not the physicians Mr. John Davis recently lost nil ol who best thrive when all our indusTO run Messenger. been so cat at hand. his horses, I ur in number, nho Mr. tries are prosperous, will find con It was Melvln Bartlett lost oue. tentment nnd prosnerity in the new thought at first that they were stolen, (LA.lt. ill !!. order of things. Ex. The members of Ptcston Morton and were, but It was only some Tile Siiplj u( .llnnrr. And International Exposition Post met in their hall lat Siturday. toughs perjtips lint wanted to ride. The advocates of the free coinage Wc have a membership now of seven- - The horses have been found. ot silver plant themselves on the Ivan Todd. typhi comrades. They always have 3NTtSlXA7-illO- . proposition that the world's supply For the nbovc occasion tickets will a good time Old war storits are of money has been tut in two since be sold by the Illinois Central Rill-ro- ad shot out front the size of a bullet to a Physical strength nnd cnetgy con- at varying times, tates and 1873. Now, it is n very simple task The old soldiers nre tribute to strength of character, nnd to prove that the supply of money limits, Including a ticket on sale glad the Ilatitonl milith is getting both may be had by tnklng Hood's has not ouly declined since 1873, but dally, good to return until November along so well Hud wish . tern success. Sarsaparilla. 7, and includinn tickets having limit lias actually increased above the in- of twenty day s, fifteen and seven crease in population. The last report days; also tickets on Tuesday and pa s; of the directors of the United States Thursdays of each week with limit of ill M K ci mint makes this statement of the sup fifteen dajs. For full patticulars as to which of the above applies from ply of money per capita in 1873 and your nearest Railroad Stntiort in conOrir 4 000 vacancies several tunes as mnny vacancies as members. Must 1S96, in the principal countries of the nection with the Illinois Central Rail Several p nun; two plant cive frcoreciitration: on road, call on or address jour ncateit ' have more mouthers. world: plan Gl' A11ANTKK8 puiiti ni. Ten cents p fur book containing plain railroad Ticket Agoit. iSgf'. 1873. ami a CiOO.OO lovo story of College days. 2o charge to ("tiiiiloTsr for rec- United States . . . 21 36 2403 Wm. Murray, Div. I'ajs. Agent, ummendinL; theachers. KUUlHiSHiN TJSACIIEK5 Ml KUAU. Great Britain 20 80 New Orleans. 9 90 Khv. Dit. O. 51. Strro.v, A M President anil Manager, A. Scott, Div. Pass, Agent, France 36 99 35 47 Jno. S. W tor. Alain niul Third streets, Louisville, kv. Memphis, Germany SOUniKKN TEAClinUS' mUREAU. 09 71 Dtnrbom H . Clticaco.IH. 13 59 19 28 A. II Hanson, o v. a , Chicago Northern vacancies Chicago office, Southern vacancies Louisville office Russia 9 56 W. A. Kcllond, a cj.ina , Louisville Ono fco registers in both offices. Italy 488 996 iMrrsr.rrsnM( m ifaiwnfaii. Belgium 14 44 2S49 . 16 56 Netherlands 24 06 UP-TO-DA- TE! Austria-Hungar. 9 49 981 Australia 20 3S 2796 Denmark10 05 II 52 the-litl- piBf it cn. V r- Made s H If J OS Sarsaparilla '( ff Globe-Democr- Illinois (Jen. 1 TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL forty-pound- er I s d.-u- I rr im SWMITED ... ... THOROUGH! PRACTICAL! - 29 Hs1ijHHBKr JH sIiHBDk9BR2j j Al fVHtn HHo893PniMK javSflBBnSnH&SBsW UIBl r. I it r J I , !v. HAnTfORD COLLEGE MD BUSINESS INSTITUTE, X3CS,3TtfOX'aL, ISLDO.tia.c35Lsr. year's work. Experienced teachers have been employed for tho fchod year ami prospccU are bright for a successful Uuity of eflurt on the part of teachers and patrons has brought tho Collcgo back to tho piano of . its former usefulmss. THE FALL TERM WILL BEGIN AUGUST 30, 1891 The Summer Term Will begin Juno 85.00. 1.1, 1898, continuing six weeks. Tuition for Summer Term Board in tho host private families 62,00 to $2,G0 per weok. For Further information address some member of the Faculty. C. M. CROWE.Yice A. P. TAYLOR, T.J. MORTON, PnuduL Secntary. 1 TllT FIELD & SON HAVE OPENED THEIR Na-tion- ttfpfc .' A fltifliiowOMNMuUS will uiftit oil duy trains nt Bmvcr Num. All ordereptoniptly attended to. gunrimtecBacomtorlablftiUf. eortter Market and Union Street, Hartford, s MKi!121:kiIIHKl To gi,53ia. aprons, Beaver x3ca.. An olpnut Ltbve uiUr vohiclo and gonl hori-Cat Tietd'f Lheiy Sluble, iEtJIE II S fiflnftl - FOB ATFAIR & COMPANY MY Celebrated ! fe$ j Every article in summer 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 Ox-lor- POW0EB Absolutely Pure for Its great leavening at zero prices. $1 Ox fonl ties, price Ox ford tits, juice Ilea, price Oxford ties, price Oxford ties, price f"All arc Priesmeyer's nnd guaranteed to wenror strength and Jicalthfulncss. Assures the food against nltim and all forms of 75c now 50c adulteration common to the cheap Royal UakinoPowdisk Co., jM 00 now 80c brands. $1 25 w $' Nlw Yoiik. 50 ow $ 5 f 2 00 now $1 50 money refunded? TheFJoatlngStudioisatCalhoon. Call on Bullington for a good shave. Miss Belle Wtcrner Is visiting relatives In liuford. Fpr strictly first-claPhotos call on Taylor & Glcudiucn. Attorney J. P. Sanderfttr was on the sick list this week. s Millinery Department. Our entire line of these goods for less than cost. A few beautiful hats that sold from $1.25 to S2 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 I5c. We have the best line of these goods in town. Come to se us; prices right. Miss Kmiua Ilaycralt, Louisville, is visiting the family of Mr. A. L. Mor-to- n. Col. Lcm McIIenry and Mrs. T. L. Griffin left yesterday for Diamond Wash Goods. Springs. Mr. and Mrs, Jno. H. Nave, Louisville, visited Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Smith this week. There was a large crowd In town monday, nnd our merchants all had good business, For a quick and comfortable ride to or from Beaver Dam, patronize Fields' bus line. from Taylor & Glendincn make photos f 1.25 per dozen to five Call 5C and sec our work. 23m tm 7C While attending court leave your G. B. Williams this week. Notice to I,off Men, 7c horse at Field & Son's stable. They The undersidued is again with John Mr. J. L. Tait has returned to his '5C will treat you right. home at Slaugtcrsvlllc, after organize A. Reltz & Sons nnd will be ready Sc Editor A. S. Woisley, Fordsvlile, ing a fine K. of II. Lodge. Mr. Tait about the 1st of August to make con4C nnd 5c Good calico trasts tor spring of 1898 delivery. 10c and iatf c and Editor W. M. Likens, Beaver is a nice gentleman and made many Good cottonndc Weuld be pleased to see aud make Dam were In town Monday. in Hartford. friends while prices to all who contemplate cutting Glen-- , Did you know that Taylor & Mr. Glendinen has returned from logs the present season. My Post-offidlnen make onyklnd of a photograph Dawson and will be pleased to see address is Hartford, Ky., and 'SC 2 pair gray hose from a Queen to n 14x17? anyone wanting pictures, at Hartford will be.in Hartford Mondays and Sat5C t pair black hose Carson & Co are receiving railroad on Monday,McIIenry on Tuesday and urdays of every week, so far as possiSizes 19, 20, 2 J and 22 woven corsets, orth 50c to close at . . . 35c 80c worth $1 00 ties on the banks of the river at Beaver Dam the rest of the week. ble. W. H. MOOKR, K. & G. Corset Hartford ready for shipment. Mrs. Carrie Williams, who left Agt. for Jno. A. Reltz & Sons. ladles leather belts Men good shirts 5c Wanted. To trade a first class Hartford several months ago to live Tired, Mervoim, Bleenlen 10c Men good seamless hose blind mare for n good milch cow with in Bowling Green, has moved back to Men 'and women how grateful they Hartford bringing her family with 5 Men heavy cotton sox young calf. Apply at this office. write about Hood's Sarsaparllla. . . 20c . her. Thus we see that Hartford is 25c line ol ties to close out at Once helpless aud discouraged, havRemember that since our boat has the best place lu the world to live. in medicines, now in ing under- been running, we can't be undersold The following named persons have goodlost all faith "able to do ray own is health and on Furniture. Carson & Co. paid their subscription to Tub work," because Hood's Sarsaparilla We want some more pooa corresince our last Issue: has power to enrich and purify the Send us Sylvester White, Horse Branch; N.C. spondents iu the country. blood and make the weak strong this the news from ypur neighborhood. Daniel, Cromwell; S. RrCope, Select; is experience of a host of people. see Just received 100 barrels of Ohio A G. Teel, Trlsler; Jno. Allen Hood's Pills are the best family River Salt, that we will sell for thirty JResp'y, cathartic and liver medicine. Gentle, days at 90 cents per barrel. Mr. J. R. Latimer has been in this reliable, sure. Pate Bros. section this week representing the v v . been The Indianapolis Journal prints Rev. It M. Crowe, of Louisville, Stark's Nursery Co , and has He has this Interesting story concerning meeting with good success. who formerly lived here, is suffering Harrison's forthcoming hold a large number ol fruit trees, orfrom n disease ol his eye-i- and it Is General Harrison has just Mr. Latimer is a book nament trees, &c. will lose his eyesight. flared that he first-clabusiness man and is repre- completed the revision of his articles In Hartford and NORMAlTsCHOOL, IN THE SOUTH stitute will College AugustBusiness The senting one of the best nurseries in which have appeared iu The Ladies' LARGEST open the United States. Home Journal, making extended 30. Cftlt J TtACHS'5CI WTiriC MO ClASWC CCuaKl. tBM?moVriuHiriiAiii?Sf' notes and additions to them. There College is now getting on n fine bans " i-Sk .'.. riS9 A'otlce. is a little story in connection with and our people will again have a good ??& Ci All Laundav must be paid for when l.KXmAL. jTmrUNO CKtlKKu ,(4mwnfycytamjot publications. school, See the advertisement both articles aud delivered hereafter or you won't get In this Issue. Whtti the arrangement for the artiyour Laundry. cles was made with General Harrison Ir niW NllcrNrnmliolnt. I bring It nbout. We do not intend to- Messrs. Alva Pate, Sam Cox,. Jr., Lyman Williams, Agt. by Edward W. Bok, editor of The The following Irnm the Madisoville do a single thing to retard Its com- Elvis Carson and Albert Stewart left Ladies' Home Journal, the General Hustler, n free silver paper, shows ing " .MiiHliiy Nrlinol i:merlnliiiiieiit. Mammoth Wednesday night for the According to announcement Miss was paid for them, with the underare getting much better: th it times Cave. The boys went through In n Oou't Tuliarto Spit J Steele 1 oar Lire iwij. "At the risk tf being criticised, we To quit tobacco easily and forever, bo mag wagon, taking their camping outfit Lula Walker's Sunday School class standing that when they were put Innro going to say that we believe that nctlc. lull of II to, nerve and Igor, take gave quite a pleasant .entertainment to book form the magazine was to r, that makes weak men and expect to have a pleasant time. the wonder-wurthere are tl,jns of returning prosperi- strong, Alt druggists, Moor II. Cure guaranat her home at "Elmshade" Wednes- share the royalties accruing there, day evening fur the benefit of the from Mr. Bok, however, of his own ty in this country. It beems to us teed. Dooklet and sample free. Address Sterling Itemed; Co., Chicago or New York. Baptist church. The program as accord, generously released General that there are many evidences of this. The people who use coal will do While It Is true that It has not yet rendered by the class was as follows: Harrisou from paying him loyalty, he- states, that by Recitation Miss Lula Walker. conic In great piofusiou.yet we see on well to call 011 J. J Foster, who is now , for the reason, as A Yoiiuk Keiitiicklaii'H Intention. the publlration of the articles by Miss Maggie Davis. every hand little evidences that cause operating the Elijah Miller .bank, Hi Reading Thomas B. Dixon, a broad browed, of Hartlord on the General Harrison the subscription us to thlfik that It Is not so very Jar miles south-we- st Song Miss Willie Smith. intelligent looking young man from 48 26t list of his magazine was enlarged Miss Ethou Bennett. In the future. We want to see it and Point Pleatant road. Recitation Henderson, Ky., has accomplished many thousands. The profits to The Recitation Miss Florence White. to believe that It Is coming. We my A new lot of home spun linen and what nearly all of the great electrical Ladies' Home Journal were more little optimistic lu this, but white duck at Carson & Co. Miss Ella Rowe. Song be just a Inventors and Investigators have failthan the publlsheis anticipated, and we ore always looking to the future Recitation Miss Lillte Burton. ed to do devised a practical sextuplate . Bok asks nothin view of this-Mrfor something better than we have Song Miss Jessie Smith. of telegraphing. system ing further. General Harrison placRecitation Miss Fannie Render, hid In the past. There have been They brought him home In nn amAll of the tests, made in the press ed the disposition of his book in Mr. Song Miss Ella Rowe. many periods of adversity through bulance. ence of several experts' were loop Bok'a hands. The best ofler came Recitation Miss Juliet Thomas. which the people of the United States "He was almost dead when we tests. The sextuplex was worked to the editor from the Scribners, and pass since we had n found him," they said, "but he's Miss Jessie Smith. Song have been call to over a 300 mile circuit, and, with all to them Mr. Bok gave the book for country. This one Is fresh In our coming around all right now. The sides In operation, the sounders reRecitation Miss Ella Rowe. Closing Remarks Judge E. D. his distinguished contributor. Genminds and we remember it on ac- room was full of gas when we broke sponded to the key with marvelous eral Harrison's revision or the book count of Its being so near to us. We open the door." Induction Is so thor- Walker. distinctness. Space forbids a strict mention of has just been completed, and the voldo not believe that any one party Is The wife of the free silvercandldate oughly overcome by Mr. Dixon's of each subject, but we ume will appear in the autumn. responsible for the state of affairs that sighed system that the different sides of the the rendition have existed In the past, neither do "lie must have been talking to 6extuplex worked as promptly and as only voice the sentiment 'of the large A. Unit 'nfHrrli Cure. wo believe that any one party of itself himself agaiu," she said. "I've told clearly as a single wire. audience wheu we say that each and The 10 cent trial size of Ely's Cream will bring the prosperity for which him n hundred times that it was danAllowing this test of the sextuplex everyone of the young ladies acquit- Balm which can be had ol the drugs credwe all so much long. While we do gerous." gist is sufficient to demonstrate its system, which admits of three mess ted herself iu a way as to reflect ornn-me- nt not believe iu the policy of the Mo great merit. Send 10 cents, we will way over the same it on their teacher, nnd as an sages going each to the Sunday School which mall it. Full size 50c. Klnley administration, yet we believe wire, another loop circuit was rigged. In spite of all this, that prosperity la ELY BROS . 56 Warren St , N Y. This line went from Boston to Buffa- they belong. knocking at our verv doors and If so. After the program had been renCatarrh caused difficulty In Siieak- Hot weather won't cure weak lo aud return, nnd from Boston to dered refreshments were served and ing and to a great extent loss of hear we stand rtady to throw them wide . lungs. You may feel better beNew Haven and return, a distance of enjoyed opan and let it In. it must uc the young cause out of doors more, but about 1,300 miles. Then the quad- in various people until thethemselves ing. By the use of Ely's Cream Individual efways hour arbrought about by the has ceased, the trouble Is still there. Don't ruples feature of the Dixon system rived for departure. Quite a hand- Balm dtopplng of mucus greatly Imfort of the people themselves. It voice nnd hearing have was tried aud the characters cume as realized for the proved was must be aided in its onward march stop taking your J W. Davidson, Att'y at clear and clean a3 the botes of a per- some sum I,aw, Monmouih, III. church. and the one who would retatd it-, fect bell. progress Is not the friend of Ihe peoA Herlon Cnne. No quadruplex system In existence V. II. tlrulr Urnil. A gang of boys have Ijcen slaying ple. We cannot expect this prosperl. Forreston, Tex., July 31, '97 has ever been known to transmit today warrants ty to come In a day or night any more characters clearly ou all sides over Death visited the little town of do'gs with poison, and thau we could expect eggs set In the bis were issued for Leslie Gillim, Coots Forreston and claimed such a distance of wire without the of Limback for deevening to produce frying chickens aid of a repeater at come Intermediate own V. B. Gentry a well know citizen Matthews and Casper next morning for bteaVfist. Wheat because the weather happens station. Tests of the Dixon system of this county and also ol Ohlocounty, livering poison. If you have a The boys had made a plot to kill a is going up, cows nnd hogs are going to be warm. have been made in all kinds ol weath- Mr. Gentry has as many friends to up, tobacco is looking up,- in fact all weak throat, a slight hacking er, and both the quadruplex and the mourn his loss as any young man In certain dog, nnd accordingly Matkinds of farm products have gone up cough, or some trouble with sextuplex, which are embodied In one, our county He came to Texas six- thews who stays in n butcher shop, from twenty to forty per cent The the bronchial tubes, summer Is work well enough to keep the most teen .years ago and engaged in agri- tood apiece of meat to Gillim, who farmers are all hopeful and there is the best time to get rid of It. nervous sender or receiver lu good cultural pursuits until January 1891, poisoned it nicely with strychnine. a smile on their laces such as have If you are losing flesh there Is humor. he then came to Forreston rnd engag- Matthews then took the meat nnd Casper Limback, who gave not been seen for years. We honestEdison Is said to be authority for ed In the merchantile business and re- gave it to all the more need of attention. boy, who gave, It to a ly believe Hint If every farmer, every sjnd the statement that the use of the mained there with the exception of It to a little Weakness about the che3t laborer, 'every business man, every He made countryman's dog, who gave up the his death. until thinness should never go to- quadruplex system has resulted in one year, of newspaper and every man, woman business and accumulated ghost In twelve minutes by the clock. gether. One greatly Increases a saving of $20,000,000 to oue of the a success boys will be arrested under awl child In the United States would great telegraphic companies alone, a great1 deal of property. Besides this All the talk good times and quit talking of the danger of the other. Heal and In these days of the Increasing he won for himself a name that is an the statute fixing a penalty off too hard times, that we should see such the throat, cure the cough, and use of telegraphy Mr. Dixon's InvenIt Is for delivering poison to a minor unhonor to him and bis parents. prosperity as was never seen in this strengthen the whole system tion means the savlmj ol Immense said that his mother called him to her der s years old. They w ill be trkd ' country since the creation of the now. Inquirer, Keep taking Scott's stilus in wire construction aud main- death bedside and instructed him in tomoi row H . all summer. lMui'ite Your llnwvU With Cm. -- rot.. Boston Dispatch to the the way that she wanted him to live tenance woild. We want It, we want It badly Emulsion ail druggists at Vat sale by j0 and Ii.uk ' Ci&fly Cn.lmrtlc, cure conatlputlon forever. and Ihe kind of a man she wanted 10c te. MUG 0 fall, Orugnlmrtluna money Pittsburg Dispatch, and we aie willing to do our part to Good Good Good Good Staple Department. yard wide domestic 27 inch shirting 27 inch cheviot 30 Inch outing Goods; inch table linen Good yard wldebleach Sc ..... to make. Iti fill by men that Imve known him from icl.incy Mr. S. C, Wfllkcr Is ou the sick list that lit has ltovor deputed from tho this wtck. law ol his mother have known him $1 for n lad its hevy button shoe at lor six jtars mid mvvt Uu?w of him l- mi ix wu n, doing 11113 thin); Wiuiig, but have $1 men high cut coarse shoes at known of IiIb ili,ln; a gnat many charitable dctdd. He wxs always Fair & Co's. ready to give to the poor and 1 lot of men liei to close at 50c needy nnd help to auppott charitable 24c at Fair & Co'a. institutions. He was so honest thut When you come to couit via. Beav- he could Kay In the language of the er Dam, call for Field's bus. proph't, "Who have I wiungcd,"and 3 well fast colored bordered lhands the ansvter came b.tck ns did In his case, "no man." kerchiefs for 10c at Fair & Co's. No, lie never wronged nuy man, 25 dozen ladies vest usual price 15c has walked in the pith of right. His at Fair & Co's. to close at only motto was to do right, regardYour choice of our handsome ladles less of cost. The only thing that in waist 50c was $1 at Fair & Co's. left to cause the Irleuds of this good Big Hue of men percale shirts 50c man to remember him Is the little nt Fair & Co's sell everywhere for mound that rises just above his bosom ut-- the name that is written on 75C the tomb stoue that stands at his Remnant stock of ladles slippers head in Waxahachie City Cemetery. 50c, 750, $1.00 and $1.50 at Fair & Friends, it is sad to have to part Co's. with oue we love so very much, but Taylor & Glendincn are making let us bear in mind that for the rightthe best Photos ever made in Ohio eous to die is gain; yes It Is the only way to gain a home where sorrow county. never comes. 26 inch 11 ubrclla, Pure silk serge So calm and quietly did he die that former price $1.50 to close for$i 00 at one would have thought that he was Fair &Co. going to sleep. He leaves one sister Miss Laura London; pf Henderson, and three brothers to mourn his loss, was the guest of Mrs, C. M. Barnett I can only say to his sister and brothlast Saturday. ers to weep not, but try to live as he Miss Sara Collins returned Tuesday has lived and thefuturcwill be bright. A Friend. from an extended visit to the Tennessee Exposition. Our old friend, McHenry Rhoads, Mrs. Alonzo Walker, Louisville, is conducting the Institute this week was the guest of her mother, Mrs. at Brandenburg and right well is he doing it. He has developed Into a Zelma Gregory, this week. great educator and an enthusiastic Mr. H. B. Taylor and wife, Lous-vlll- school worker and we are glad to see were the guests of relatives In it. And to sit and listen to the graceaud near Hartford this week. ful thoughts and bright ideas which Rev J. A. Bennett and wife, Beda, flow from his pleasant talks, it is were the guests of their daughter, truly an inspiration, not only to the Mrs. C. M. Barnett, Wednesday. young and ambitious teacher, but Mr. Jesse R. Eskrldgc and sisters. those of us who are older and know the value of nn education. BreckinMisses Katie and Lizzie, oi Hardlns-burare visiting the family of Mr. ridge News. hiiu 1 New Fall calico 50 at Fair & Co's. REPUBLICAN A CONVENTION. Awarded iilghast Honors Werltl'i Fair. Largo Crowd and an Enthusiastic Mooting. i:vi:itv rittoiNtrr iii:imiiji:mki. Pursuant to call the Republicans of Ohio county met in Convention nt the various precincts last Saturday to make a nomination for Reinvents-tlve- . There were two candidates for the nomination. The County Convention met at the Court House In Hartford Monday at 1 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of receiving reports of the precinct meetings. The organlzition was perfected by the election of Mr. Jno. 11. Thomas, chairman, nnd Messrs. Sam A Anderson nnd D. F. Gibbs, secretaries. Upon taking the chair Mr. Thonns made a rousing Republican speech, calling attention to the beauties of Republicanism ns compared with Democracy. The convention proceeded to business by appointing the following named gentlemen a committee on s, resolutions: C. M. Barnett, N. W. S. Gains, R. II. Everly, Geo. M. Maddox, who reported as Bar-ras- CREAM MKING MOST PERFECT MADE. A 7c mmi pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fks 'rim Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THIS STANDARD. 4 d follows: e, g, Notion Department. ce ic 1 no doubt but what we There sell our competitors; our styles are better, Come direct to our quality unexcelled. the J ULY BARGAINS Hartford and Yous we have for you. Rusolvko, That we approve the call for this convention, also the call for a convention to be held in Louisville on the 10th for the nomination of a candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, and at Rockport on the 3rd to name a candidate for State Senator and ntOwensborTon the 17th to nominate candidates for Commonwealth's Attorney and Circuit Judge. 2nd. That we our allegiance to the principles of the Republican party, as set forth in the St. Louis platform and point with pride to the houcct eflorts of President to carry out the pledges of the party to restore this country to a protective tariff, which has already brought about good results and abun dant evidences of returning prosperity. 3rd. That we approve the eflorts of our Republican State Legislature to put Kentucky on n good financial basis so that her state warrants may be worth their face value, and that thi state may rid herself oi her Democratic Indebtedness. 4II1. That we commend the Repub-licamembers of the Legislature in that they were at last successful lu the election of that splendid Republican, Hon. W. J. Deboe, to the United States Senate. We suggest the following list of delegates to represent us at the State convention August 10: N. Barrass, Alvis Bennett, C. T. Whlttinghill, C. M. Barnett, W. S. Gains, C. P. Keown, M. L. Heav-rlE. D. Guffy, W. A. Gibson John P. Morton, Geo, Maddox, Tom Marks, To Rockport SenatoR. B. Martin. rial Convention: E. P. Neal, W. A. Gibson, R. C Jarnagin, John M, Bishop, C. L. Woodward, D. F. Gibbs, Perry Westerfield, Scott Kimmel.Geo. Thomscn P. A. Gary, L. P. Crjwder, Wm. Bryant. To Judicial Convention at Owensboro: I. C. Adair, E. P. Neal, W. A. Gibson, John P. Morton, Dr. J. W. Meador, II. C. Leach, N. Barrass, R. A. Dyers, Sam, Bishop, C. M. Barnett, Capt. David Duncan, B. F. Bruner, Mocrls Tuylo-C- . M. BnrtNETr, W. S. Gains, Com. i R. H. Everly, Geo. M. Maddox, J While the committee on resolutions was out the convention was entertained by speeches from Messrs, J. L. Elmore and J. C. Park, Delegates to the Judicial Convention were introduced to cast the vote of Ohio county for Hon, Geo. W. Jol ly for Circuit Judge and Hon. E. P. Neal for Commonwealth's Attorney. The convention then proceeded to nominate a candidate for Representative. Mr. R. A Byers, one oi the candidates, withdrew and moved that Mr. R, C. Jarnagin be nominated by acclamation, which was done. Mr. Jarnagin made a happy little speech in accepting the nomination. Mr, Byers made a short talk, thanking the people for the support he had received and pledging his support to r t xiiimlim The mos't popular trip ! ir the rum roer to Old Point Comfort nmftlie' Seashore. Much sip.ht feeing for very Mtinll expense. The regular Annual Excursion to Old Point Comfort in chnrge of Mt W. A Wilgus, S. P. A , will be run Wednasday, Aug. nth, vin I. C, Und C. & O. Railways, from Beaver Dam on regular train, leaving t p.m. Aug 10th, connecting with Seashore Special, which leaves Uuiou Station, foot of Seventh street, at 1:30 p.m. The round trip rale to Old Point Comfort Is only $ . . . and the tickets nre good until September 2nd, with stop over privileges returning only. This trip surpasses nny offered the traveling public, and affords many delightful diversions. Grand and beautiful scenery, lnvigornting mountain air, ocean voyage, palatial hotel entertainment and a visit to the Capital, it desired. The low rateofs2 5o per day has been secured nt the Hygeia nnd Chamberlain Hotels. Every attention and courtesy will be extended to ladles without escorts. Choice of routes returning, between Richmond nnd Clifton Forge, will be given, enabling those who desire to visit Lynchburg, Natural Bridge and other points of interest. Sleeping car rates will bo fU.oo for berth, Lotisville to Old Point, to be otcupled by on or two persons, and application for sleeping car space should be made at once to W. A. Wil gus, S. P. A., Hopklnsville, Ky. For further particulars, address as above or call on Agent I. C. R'y. suri-bathlu- g, llnll. tlfutan sitfia- - OASTOntA. jp EHza-bethto- ;ii - ran i si v. j i ss 3J vwm- Nicholas "1 elsc-wh- eie OiVSTOTlIil. - the entire county ticket, The convention was large and harmonious. Tulio Ouscareu Cam r Cathartic 10a or 25c It C. C. O. (all to curcTdruKiiUts returnl moner. To Care Coa.tlpatlon Forever. lnlrk Work ol 1I10 Dingier Hill. The quick work done by Congress on the Diugley Tariff bill is hardlv appreciated as it should be. Congress was called together in extraordinary session on March 15. In four months and nine daysthebill had passed both the United States Senate and the House of Representees, was acted upon In conference, finally passed bv the Senate and was signed by the President. This covered n period of 131 days. In 1890 the McKinley bill, reported April 26, passed the House May 21, but was delayed in the Senate till September, and again delayed In conference, not being signed by the President till October 1, 1890. It was in all 168 dajs before Congress. When the Democratic party was In control, the Mills bill dragged along In 1888 nnd 18S9 for nearly 300 days, aud then failed to pass. The Gorman-Wilso- n bill was reported to the House by the Ways and Means Committee on December 19, 1893, and reported to the Senate on February 20, 1894. It did not become a law till August 28, 1894, nnd was then such a "ragbag production" of "perfidy nnd dishonor" that even the Democratic President refused to sign it. The difference between the Republicans and Democrats in enacting tariff legislation in Cougress is very marked. The Republicans passedthe McKinley bill 168 days, and the DIngley bill In 131 days, each bill res celving the signature of the Republican President. The Democrats, on the other hand, wasted some 300 days over the Mills bill, which never became a law and they wasted 2S2days over the Gorman-Wilson bill, which proved to be such an abortion that even President Cleveland refused to sign it, Economist. Weak Lungs Scott's Emulsion Circuit t'onrl. The Ohio Circuit Court convened Monday. Judge W. T. Owen was on hand to see that the litigants had fair and impartial trials. Judge L. P. Little, Judge C. W. Massle, Owensboro, and Attorneys J. R. Eskrldge. Hardlnsburg; S. P. Ro-bFordsvlile, and B. L. Kelly, were visiting court this week, The Court will be in session three The following is n list ct weeks. Petit Jurors empanneled for the pres ent term of Circuit Court: 'John L, Rock, J. M. Casebler, Alfred Ashby, Leslie Ward, W. L. James, L. A.Stev. ens, John W. O'Baunon, Geo. Case bier, Sanford Ashby, Sam, W. Bell, Geo. Dodson, Jas M. Nail, R. V. Wells, E. O Potter, Cyrus O. Brown, John Ashley. W. II. Burton, Ben R. Kelley, Warren Llndley, Jas. C. Haynes, J. P. Tlchenor, A. G. Teel, Joseph Hoover, The scalding case of Foreman against Cate, defendant filed answer, which plaintiff moved be verified, motion sustained. Plaintiff demurred and moved to strike out second para- Rev.W.M. Slaughter, op west viroTnia. Writes of the Dtnefiti Received From Dr. Mile' Reiterative Nervlre. On.particularly aduptcrt to tho by hard ot lioaltl) broken down rcatora-tlo- MILES' KcstoratlTO W. M. Ncrflno It a mental work. Itev. Slaugliterof Mow - 1 ' graph of said answer, sustained. Plaintiff announced ready. Defendant objected and moved to file an amended answer, plaintiff objected, objections sustained except a small part of it and case set for Thursday, Messrs. Neal August 12th for trial and Barnett represented plaintiff and Glenn & Wedding nnd Taylor & Mc Henry and Rowe the defense. Httvcu, W Va., writes! "I suffered with uud nor-tolieadacliM aud ilooplesanoss. My heart came- to troubling tuo, I was ehort of breath from the leaitexertiou.unu eunurux mutu puia lu my ivifc iuu. Modlclno and Rv me no relict I orocured Dr. LlUWrvIrta:! Miles' Koetoruttvo Nervine. New Heart WC, HMtOTOT .A Curo and Nerro and Liver Tills, and I am KtvrtMiin Miird no words ot com- - Dr.r'51 :un meudatlonastothoresulucaubotooitronir. g I sleep well, the dlulnes und contused have disappeared, my baart troubles in no more und I teel p.rfootly well." Dr. Miles' Remedies aro sold by all drugSi.ts under a positive guaronteo, first bottlo Boole ou bonuflts or money refunded. Heart and Kervesaent ttea to all applicants. UU. MILES MEDICAL CO., Ulkbart, lud. feel-lu- Hartford Republican. l'RIDAY, AUGUST 6, 1897. PENSION. RULES A ill) a P"lc1i "You never heard n Republican vlctoty heralded ns n bus-iA careful investiess calamity." gation will show thin to be true. There have been but two Democratic administrations since the war and even the most radical confess them to wu.W fit .ilii' nt IIu.Im i last fill said n !! THINGS ARE PROSPEROUS. m. w . i mwmmTmmimimmm KxrmtintmrmMeaxtt uoh in Little ' General Dlroctdry. STATU OfriCtAtJ. (luvcrnor William O. Urodley. Liout. Governor W. J. Worth-ingl'in- . Is especially tmo at IIwl nils, for n mnll. a it la clno crcr contained o Kfut until to small spaco. thoy am it win i u.nllclni AN OPEN VB AUR ASSERTING REVISED. Uni- be failures. Safe, Speedy and form System. Applications Should Stato Aot Undor Which Thoy aro Sought. Strlctnoss of Court Procod-ur- o Not to bo Obsorvod. Washington, July 29. A thorougli revision of the rules governing the adjudication of pension claims under the second section of the act of June 27, 1890, has been nindc by Assistant Secretary of the Interior Webster Da vis, and sweeping modifications in the present practices are the result. The changes nre embodied in instructions to the Commissioner of Pensions, in which it is stated that representations were made that the present rules render the administration of the law difficult nnd embarrassment. The new code, it is said, will furnish a safe, speedy and unU fotm system oi adjudicating this large class of cases. Assistant Secretary Davis holds that the very nature ol pension cases forbids the application of the strictness and technicality of court proceedings, and that it was not Congress' intention to hedge the administration of these laws with the difficulties and pitfalls of any system ot special pleading whose technicalities and refinements may tcno" to a practical defeat oi the Government's benevolent purposes. The modifications are made in six rules, and former rules and decisions ill conflict with them are set aside. The most important change is made in the following rule: "First Every application for pen i!cn under th act of June 7, 1890, thould state that the rule is made under said act, the dates of enlistment and discharge, the name or nature of the diseases, wounds or injuries by which the claiment is disabled, and that they are not due to vicious hab its; provided however, that the omission of any of these averments shall not invalidate the application, the intent to claim pension being manifest and the declaration being executed in accordance with law, but such application shall be subject to amendment by means of a supplemental affidavit, In the particulars wherein it is defective, said supplemental affidavit or affidavits to be read in connection with and as a part of the application itself, and provided, further, that a declaration in'the terms of the act shall be sufficient." SOME RULES UNCHANGED. The South is gradually developing Kentucky a protective sentiment. and Marylaud nre already numbered Tenamong the Republican states. nessee will be nmong them as soon as it is possible to get an honest election election there. Loulsana, with free silver a dead issue, is for protection. And Mr. Railcy, the braiuly congressman from Texas, is now advocating one of the basic principles of protection. Whether we are for a protective tariff or not every one wants to see prosperity. Perhaps we should not say every one, because there are a few ins signlficent jadkasses out of office, tvho We continue to "cry hard times." are not paiug any attention to them, however anil they will finally (xnaust themselves and stop when their wind gives out. Their brain power, if they ever hud nny,is already exhausted. But the large majority of the people are for good times and we nre II wling Green golnjj tohavethem. Press. Silverite Smith Talks About the Situation in Kansas. The Bryan Elector Says the Indications Point to a Fine Business MAGEE Year. About tho Gold Fovor. Flno Boulovnrd for Knnsns City. Richmond, the only Democrat on the Electoral ticket last March, was nt the Wlllard last night on his way home from n business trip to Kansas City. Mr. Smith was seen by a Commercial reporter and interrogated in regard to his trip. He sain: "All along the line of my route and in Kansas I saw evidences of an exs trciucly satisfictoiy huslncrn jcar. The corn is in fine shape and bids fair to be n large crop. .In some place! the people have been neglects ful in cultivating the crops, but iu nearly all localities the corn and wheat are doing finely. The people look forward to n prosperous jear, and the feeling in Kansas seems to be n very hopeful ono. "While nt the hotel at Kansas City I heard a great deal of talk of the new gold fields in Alaska. One man to whom I talked 'and been in Alaska and had seen the gold fields. He told me that the dangers and expense ot a trip had been greatly exaggerated, but that there were, of course, considerable hardships to be undergone. My informant said that a man with a good constitution nnd about $1,000 in money might make the trip without difficulty, and would probably bring back more money thin he took. On the streets at Kansas City the people are talking of very little else but the gold finds. Th papers counsel moderation, andthe rush seems to be confined to conservative people who understand what they have to go through with." One notable thing Mr. Smith saw in Kansas City was the beginning of the construction of what is called a "passe." This is a boulevard resembling the Parisian boulevards, and will be one of the finest streets of the kind in the United States when fin-- . ished. It will cost $500,000 when completed, and will be over two miles long. The city's charter provided for the building of the3e streets, aud requires that all houses stauding in the way of their construction be conSeveral buildings as large demned. as the Willard have been torn down to make way. The boulevard will be roo feet wide, and will be planted with trees aud flowers, making it a magnificent addition to the city. In regard to polit'cs in Madison county, Mr. Smith said that every-thi- n was very quiet when he left home. Both the Democrats and the Republicans have made their nominations, aud ihe compiign will not begin for several weeks jet. Mr. Smith leaves for his home today. Mr. V. 11. chest, always ready, al ways tfruiciit, always isractoryi prevent n or ferer, cure all liver Ills, lick headache, Jaundice, constipation, etc. SM. The only 1'IUs to take with Hood's Samparllla. OOOS: i Polls SUBSCRIBED. And He Paid for the Paper in Advance, of Smith, too. ButThat Wasn't What He Visited the News- of Hyannis, Massachusetts, "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," tho samo of Monro. on ever that has borno and does now Siip"riiitfliu1oiit Public lii8tiucti'in-Gf- o wrapper. bear tho facsimile signature of OZa&ffi&&Aite M. Davi'on. Koginter Imul Office Clius. O. Thi3 is tho original "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been Ilnynohl. used in tho homes of tho Mothers of America for over thirty Insurance Bureau Cuniiiihwionur D, W. Coiuingoro. years. LOOK CAREFULLY at tho wrapper and see that it is Ailji.lnntGenorul D. It Collier. tho hind you have always bought on j? Hin'te Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown wrapand has the signature of Day. RAIMtllA!) COIM!B8tOJ)P.II8. per. No ono has authority from mo to use my name eliniriiinnj J. l' .Tun C. Wood, The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is Dempscy, II. S. Irwin. Secretary President. Samuel F, Brown. Q&- -t SWMarch 8, 1S97. CoNUttUJMONAt.. , DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, Hncroturyof State ClmrloB Finloy. Attornoy Ooiiprnl W. 8. Tnylor. Uulitor Bnnitiol II. Stone. Treasurer Goo. W. Long. C'oiiimissionor of Auriculturo, lIor Statistics liiinis ami EXCLUSIVE " IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO Tllli USE OK TUB WORD "OASTORIA," AND PITCHER'S OASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK. To MOTHERS. LETTER was tho originator ytftAf 0&vS7i&w ex-cc- pt paper for. Why Ho so Sueldonly Chancod His Mind. Col. Jame.s Plum, who used to edit a little dally piper in one ol the western Pennsylvania oil town, always had a habit of sitting in such a way ns to allow n large majority of him self to repose under his desk. He was one of the most fearless men, too, that ever gtnspcd n pen, and people who knew him generally contented themselves with merely "considering the source" when it pleased him to write uncoiupHiuenta ry paragraphs about them. But one day anew driller cime to town nnd celebrated his advent by getting druuk, which was common enough, but distasteful to Col, Plum n So the latter wrote n article, in which he held Bill Magec the newcomer up to public s:orn. Magee, by the way had been preceded by his reputation ns nnd nils round bully and people who lead Col. Plums reiimks about him bejjan gartering in th vicinity of the office Qt the Daily For.e Pump as soon as the paper containing the article had been read, for it was gencraly understood that there would be some ex- citemeut as soon ns Magee got sober enough to understand the silnatiout Along late in the nfterncan the driller was seen approaching the newspaper office and the crowd immediately began to "close in." "Are you the editor of this sheet?" Col. Plum picked his teeth with his penholder and nodded in the affirmative. "Did you write this he article about me? My, name's Magee!"' He weighed 230 pounds being largely made up of bone and muscle. After he had taken a careful survey of his caller, he replied: "Yes, I wrote this article nnd I ex. pect to have another in the paper about you tomorrow " "Well," said Magee, "I'd hke to have you put me down for a year's subscription " . He then paid the price and walktd out, but in spite of the lact that he was a pretty decent sort of a fellow when sober he never really succeeded winning the respe:t of the people ot that town. half-colum- Senators Hon. William O. Lindsay. Hon. J. U. S. Blackburn. 'Representative Fourth District Hon. John W. Lewis. ' statu i:(US!,atimu:. Senator Hon. A. D. James. . Representative Ohio County Hon O. M. Burnett. OHIO COUNTY, ciiiuurr couiiT. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Hon. Do Not Be Deceived. Do not a cheap (because gredients endanger the life of your child by accepting substitute which some druggist may offer you he makes a few more .pennies on it), the inof which Qvcn he does not know. FAC-SIMIL- "The Kind You Have Always Bought" BEARS THE E SIGNATURE OF Owens-hor- o. THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE, Lung Troubles and Consumption can be cured. An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Jfnkes a Free Offer to our Readers. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney Owenehoro. The distinguished New York Chem ist, T, A, Slocum, demonstrating his discovery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis)and all bronchial, throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catar hnl affections, general decline and weaknc a, loss of flesh, and conditio- - of wasting away, will send THREE FREE BOTTLES (ill diflcrent) of his New Discovery to any afflicted reader of The Republican writing for them. His "New Scientific Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by its timely use, and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffeting humanity to donate a trial of his infallible cure. Science daily develops new won ders, and this great chemist, patiently experimenting for years, has produced results as beneficial to humanity as can be claimed by any modern genius His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in any climate is ptoven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude,"filed in his American and European laboratories in thousands from those cured in all parts of the world. Medical axperts concede that bronchial, chest andlung troubles lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and ccartain death. Simply write to T. A. Slocum. M. C, 98 Pine street, New York, giving postoffice and express address, and the free medicine will be promptly sent. Sufferers should instant advantage of his generous proposition: Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer in the Republican. POPULATION The OF T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. G. B. Likens. Clerk Hartford. B. I). Kingo, Master Commissioner Hnrtlonl. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. Cal. 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IT gives fascinating short storie IT jiives an unoscelled agriculluinl department. ' It cives scientific and mechanical information. IT gives illustrated fashion articles. IT gives humorous illustrations. IT gives entertainment to young and old. IT gives satisfaction everywhere to everybody. Wo furnish THE HEPUIlLIOAN and NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE, both papers G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur Springs. N. C. D.tniol, Assizor Cromwell. Z. H. Shult, School Supt. Hurt-for- d. L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Springs. I'oorhouso C. It. Campbell, Keeper, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. OTHER COUNTY OfKlCHRS. - A. S. Auix March 3, Juno tember 1, December 1. JnNTB.,Wn,-O- 1, Sep- March 0, June 5, September 4, Decomber 1. 12, C." L. Woodward -- March June 11, September 10, December 10. Jas. A. Bowuo March '20. June 10. September 18, December 18. March 25, Juno B. F. Graves 20, September 23, December, 24. A Local Disease A l..2S lin. Address all order, to tho ONE YEAR .- cLSL.:inLce 3E5Lsr. IJALtTFOllU REPUBLICAN. Write your name mid address on n postal card, send It to Geo. W. Ilea Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy otTIIH NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will Ic mailed to you. Rules 2, 3, 5 and 6, the last two relating to vicious habits and Increase claims, are largely reiterations of ptesent practices. Rule 4 makes es sential modifications, and is as follows: IKCstrtlOzirca., FRANCE. "Should a wound, injury or disease in the original or amendnot atory declaration, but discovered on medical examination, be shown to have existed at the lime when the original declaration was filed, and it is found not to be due to vicious habits, it shall be taken into account the same as if formally specified in the original application in estimating the degree of the permanent mental or physical disability to tvlifch it con tributes. "Should it be found, however, not to have existed at the time when the original application was filed, but from a substfjuent date prior to medical examination, the degree of the disability of the applicant being be low the maximum rating, may be in-- , creased accordingly from the date when such wound or injmy was or disease contracted, provided the degree of disability from all contributory ciuses is thenby enhanced to n sufficient extent to justify a higher rt ting. "Should it be found impossible to fix the exact date when such wound or injury was received or disease contracted, the higher rating shall commence frem the date of the certificate of medical examination showing its existence." Senate passed the long delayed Tariff Hill last Salmday week alter no m, and we are, to day again, living under a protective tariff. The people have been robbed of much ol va benefits by the long and windy debates in congress and other unneceslie it laid to the credit sary delays, oi the Republican party, that its have work unceasingly lor its passage tver since the present administration came into power and 'the 'Ilir'liirlltlllll. Fear of Too Heavy a Foreign Immigration Unfounded. The foreign malls bring fuller of tho result of the quinquennial census in France taken on the 29th of March, 1800. It appears that Franco had atthat date 38,518,-97- 5 inhabitants an Increase of 7 as compared with tho year 1891 and of" 299,072 as compared with 18SG. Wlillo allowing for an of emigration to French colonies, particularly Algeria, and nn increase In colonial garrisons, the report acknowledges that tho population la almost stationary. There is an increase in 24 departments und a decrease in G3 departments. Tho decrease is, of course, in tho agricultural districts, but Brittany is, as usual, an cxcoptlon. Paris has now 2,d2G,"000 inhabitants, an increase of 88,000; Lyons, 400,000, an Increase of 20,000; Marseilles, which is steadily creeping up to Lyons, 412,000, an increaso of 38,000; Llile, 210,000, nn increaso of 15,000, and Toulon, 95,000, an increaso of 17,000. Altogether tho towns having moro than30,000 people prcsontan aggregate increase of 327,000, but iii 1891 that increaso was 302,000. Tho number of foreignors, owing partly to easier or compulsory naturalization, partly to tho dead-so- t agatnst foreign workmen, Is slightly declining. It is now 1,026,000, .as compared with 1,101,000 In 1891 and 1,115,900 in HMJ'O. The fear, Uiarefore, whUh ,m enterUind MMytwj ago feat the mtlrtem of f5gnM would double every 20 or 30 years U uii fouuded N. Y. Post. A Doctor's Best Patients. do-tai- ls 175,-02- CATARRH Affection Climatic Nothing but a lo cnl remedy 01 change of dim i.ti will cure it Ge well knowr a KRoTSl S. E, Cor. 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At! our treat Industries are the direct How re .ult ol a protective t.u.lT when doing svlly they have business undir free trade, every cue kiio-vs- , Of course all the blame for cannot b laid nt the door ol free trade, btcaue lor the last four years the stability of our currency lu s In en threatened and the iutwjtrity ol thf nation atUckwl Yt, ttiualtimp sin iiuttinetg comimmcwl wltii the t ol the Wiliou Gorman tariff and it i sn -s s titioners John Merdman tho fourth, of Kensington (us ho was culled). I seo that his death is described in 0110 of tho dally papers ns having caused profound sorrow In that suburb, whom, liko hi3 grandfather, lie hud attended to all classes of tho parishioners, from generations of royalties down to tho poor, whom ho described "as his boat patients, becauso ho took no money from them, and God paid for them." 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