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OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FQDRTH CONCESSIONAL DISTRICT, "ffctWffMH" - ... nf in, n 11 rfiilij, J "Nothing else like i(:" pleasant 4 The most rcfreshlnc and . . o,. . ioap lor the skin. -- most critical period of her life. upon the I iDICATE0 " ta g Becoming a mother should be a source of joy its anticipation one of misery. VOL. X. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, their battles with other military cities was very different. Ilownn nrmy ol less than five thousand men could defend, rant and cut to pieces a well equipped army of over twenty thousand men led by n renown general not understood by foreign men. There is no doubt but Santa Anna expected to attack the American nrmy in the open planes near Agna Nuevn, and by one concisive change annihilated the invading army. During n conversation I had with the late W. Stewart, of Breckinridge county, who was a member of Co. I. 3rd Ind. Inft. nnd who was' In the battle ol Buena Vista. Mr. Stewart said: "Gen. Santa Anna expected to surround us in the open plains near our enmp at Agua Nucva, twelve miles South of Dead Man's Pass, (Pass of Augastttra) lie said the battle was' n hard fought one, even from the sides ol the mountains and table-lanbut talked as though Gen. Taylor nnd his little nrmy had counted uii nothing but success had the Mexican army met the American nrmy on n field of their own selection. It strange thnt ns experienced a General as Santa Anna was, laised to the profession of arms amidst a series of local revolutions, at the head of an army well furnished with nmunitlons of war nnd pcrFonagsequlpage,shonld have undertook a campaign though a barren country destitute of food and water without n subslstance train, which would have not only saved his army from almost starvation and desertion, but he would have had more time to consider the propriety ol farther effort to drive the Northern ind, 1807. SPADE. No. 3. $100 GIVEN AWAY To tho Most Popular Tonoh-or- s of Ohio County. has nlwnys licon friendly to the tcaclicm of Ohio county, and has always received substan tinl aid from them and we have now determined to givo $100.00 in pres ents to tuo teaehers iu a votiug coni test. Wo have four prizes, valued at 30, 825, $25 and 820, which wo are going to givo away. Wo aro going to allow tho teachers aud people tn gay who shall havo thoso presents Two of the prizes will bo given to tho two most popular lady toacheVs nnd two will bo given to tho two most popular gentlemen teachers. Wo will pub-i- sh ovcry week two coupons in Tim ItcruiiLicAN and all votes must bo used as printed. It makes no difle- rence how you get hold of the natier. just so you use tho printed form as no otner will he counted. Tho prizes will bo distributed as follows: 1. To tho young lady teacher who receives tho largest number ol votes wo will givo one of Geo. F. Cram's New Universal Globes, valued at$30. It is tho finest Globe that is raado. 2. To tho young gentleman teacher who receives tho largest number of votes wo will givo one of Cram's Now Universal Atlas, valued at $26. 3. To tho young gentleman teacher who receives tho Becond largest number of votes, we will give a scholarship in King's Commercial Collego of Loii8viile, valued at $25. 4. To tho young lady teaoher who receives tho second largest number of votes, wo will give a scholarship in Kenyon Collego at Hodgenaville, valued at 820, making iu all a total of 8100 to give to tho teachers. Wo havo made arrangemeuta with 8upt. Shultz to tako charge of voting coutest, to open tho ballot box, couut tho votes, Ac, The contest will close on the last day of tho Ohio County Teachers' Institute, which will be held some time in Aucust. The voting will bo perfectly fair, and Jir. Bnuilz, together wrth bis Board of Examiners, will count tho votes and the prizes will bo awarded that day. Go to work and vote for your choice. Send all votes to Z.II. Shultz, Hartford, Ky., and he will put them in tho ballot box. We can furnish exfra copies of The Ketub lican to anyone who wants to vote at Cc per copy. If you want many copies, leave your order a week before fcuiMEOUS 8aAPL IfiGrAmrmoroi thi iroiitTMunuRyDAfH m suffering mil Jnngcr of the ordeal make to all, but the RETURN OF MOTHER'S FRIEND is PROSPERITY. Bufjrjy Company the remedy which relieves Columbus women of the great pain and sufResumes Operation, fering incident to maternity; this hour which is dreaded as woman's severest trial is not only made painless, but all the dancer is re Three Hundred Men take moved by its use. Those who use up Their Daily Work, this remedy arc no longer despondent or gloomy; nervousness With Many More nausea and other distressing conto Follow. ditions arc avoided, the system is made ready for the coming event, and tint serious accidents so com- Gront Whlstlo Soundod a Joymon to the critical hour arc ous Rocnll to Labor Aft-orobviated bythe use of Mother's Friend. is a blessing to woman, s. Enforcod nn Idlo-nos- nlfy the failure nnd minify the successes, It is not to herald to the sand nnd the world the burning scorching sun, the dry fields over which are strewn parched corn and ruined crops. We nil have plenty of trouble without bringing face to face I RODE ONA every little misfortune of our brother nnd fellow laborer If we knew ol a fnrmer, oranyother man, who has happened to n serious financial misfortune, it Is not a pleas- 81.00 rr.U BOTTLE at all W Drug-Btorea- , MUM. ? WDM WU .UVOipb Containing Inraltubla Information ol women, will be aent upon application, ty Tk. IIIUDFIKU) CEQCUTOU C0.,atUata,0a. FJOOKS r.cr to any to all rntt lotcmt addrcai, V. tn natantF iinoff you waann. Writ CO .Patent Attor. aai. WMhlotion, I. ('..or thrir al.mi prlaa otter mn lUi vL Ino Iiundra4 laranllODa vrautf d. Ifalnff Mo.To-lla- o Wanted-- An your inrwi rrmeciJOHN WlUllKmilJIlN Idea Who can think ot aome atrapla Crnla. (iuaranlerd louucro habit euro makes weak Mtaalrong, blood pure. 50c, tl. All dructfjits. (or tty merchant's f mmw fsVIRIfliEN? - obmitwd tWrthK, Tw .t4 w iili Hn u 4tc rmm f c - C.A.SNOW&CO.c. mrr. patcnt Orrtcc. Washington. D. VWVWfW'VjWWW ajf. Oar faaaaaaaa Mil UMMwf, Wi p paaMaar, " H S. Obtain ( aaau ta lla U. and lor.ifa eoanaM. l iraa. Aaaroi, ml jaaaaL tutmUg ar aUaa., wi dawa- wa aoHa paaraala ar aat, ana mi M Sav Wi rfaaaEx. tefistnifc; put rm" jistin hotel P. 0. AUSTIN, M'gT., 51 Wost Markot Stroot twnon 5th and Gtb, Bo Louisville, Ky. CtKHKH i f R, L. BAKF.R AND I T. O BAKER. Louisville Dental Co., OWENSBORO, KY. Gold Crowns fS to f 7 7'orce!nin Crowns 3 to 5 set of teeth (no better made no mutter how much you pay) . $8 Cold fillings $ up Silver filling 75c Extracting, pet tooth 25c PInlas extracting with Vitalized H 4W.M.t. Bt 1 Air sec Ilxtracting tree when Artificial Tath nrc ordered. Office permanently located. Wanted-- An Irotact jour ldaai thar ma tiring r.u-n- waaltli. 70a t Wrlta JOHN WEDBEllllUHN ft CO , Altor. ari, wa.blnfton, I). O., for Ihclr $.ni prlao one and 1UI vt twu nDDdrad inrantlona wanted. Idea $s&g& 1 dffiF, y Joy nnd gladness, hope nnd were mingled In the tones of the great whistle on the Immense factories ol the Columbus Buggy company ns It sounded this morning n recall to work lor the hundreds of em ployes, who hnve been in enforced idleness. This great whistle has been silent for so long that when it was blown this morning remembrances of the greatness of the Columbus Duggy company were recalled nnd it was the fond wish of all who heard it that it was an indication that before many weeks the gtcat factories will again bi working to the fullest capacity. With the resumption of work' this morning, Mr. Clinton D, Firestone, the only surviving ptrtner of the great concern, started in to place the Columbus Daggy company on the high pincle it held before the late fcombinntlon of circumstances which resulted In the RMigninent. It it a significant fact that Mr. Firestone Is at the head ol the great concern since it was he who contributed not a little to the crowning success of the company in its palmiest days. When it is known through the length and breadth of the country that the concern is now in his safe hands, confidence in the concern will be restored to a marked degree. Three hundred men went to work this morning and as soon as the stock can be put in shape others will be added, it being the intention of Mr. Firestone to put back nil of the old force of i,ooo men as soon as such a move on his part is practicable. For the past few. weeks nearly 200 men hive been at work in the shops, but that number was greatly argumented this morning, the various shops have the appearance ot the good old times, not many years ago, when the Columbus Buggy company was the greatest and most widely advertised 'institution in the Capital City. Owing to the fact that practical!) the old force of skilled employes is now at work at the benches and forges, the high gridc of vehicles for which this company was famous i.i past years will be thoroughly main-- t lined. Considerable partly finished Stock will be worked up nt first, but at the same time much new material will be started through, so that there will be no cessation in the onward progress. Hundreds of merchants nnd storekeepers throughout the length and breadth of the city hall with delight the resumption of work by the Colum bus Buggy company siuce It means renewed prosperity to them along several lines. Not a few of the employes have Lecn reduced to straightened circumstances by the long shut down, but with the return of regular paydays, for which the Columbus Buggy company was noted, money will begin to flow into the coders of the merchants throughout the city. The company have some traveling men on the road and others will be put on in n very short time. Many of the customers were found waiting for the resumption of work by this concern, since the name of the company was tkeynonym for good, honest, reliable work, thus it is that many sales have been made already, although the lilting ol the as'lgnment has just been completed. Truly the ol the Columbus Buggy company is one of the indications of a revival ol business for which the people of Columbus have hnve waited for so long a time. Columbus Dispatch, July,, 19. 1897 pros-petlt- CHILL TDNIC WARRANTED. PRICE I8JU8TA3COODFORADULT3. 10, TASTELESS OiMTU,ltIJJ.,N0T UM. Farla Medicine Co., Hi. Louu, Mo. CM) bottlea ot Ciantlaiuaui We aold Inn roar, aU(iVlC8 TA8TK1.KHS C1IIU, 1X)MI0 and bare bouiln ihrra ru already tbla jf or. ki all oar partenre of U ream. In tba drug builnoas, bare novwr auld nn arilcle tbat gave luab unlreraal aatla tuura Irulf, tailidn aa )ruur Tuulo. 00 cts. c. I had grauulated lids for twenty years. I tried ju.tny doctors and lots of medicine to no nvnll. A skim had grown over my eves nnd they grew worse until I could not recognize one across the street, Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve cured, tuc sound and well in ten days Yours, Mrs. V. C. Woodnll, Murfrepsboro, Tenn. For sale by V. Wayne GriOin & Bio. . ant duty to discourage others by constantly holding before their mind his failure. But on the other hand, when we hear of the success of an Individual we love to grab hold of it nnd Bpeedily declare to the world how he This gives inattained to micccss. spiration, nnd encour.igei others to go nnd do likewise. When Christ came to redeem humanity He didn't' picture the horrors of hell. He didn't tell of the lame nnd crippled, but contrary to all this he gave them n mere passing notice then spent his time in telling of the beauties ot heaven, the llllieo of s, the golden streets of Paradise and the lolacc and comforts ol a Christian life. Then we would encourage the farmers by telling them ot the success of his brother, how he obtained it, nnd how it ban be reached. Again we would encourage the mine worker by narrating a few stories how his fellow worker accumulated money sufficient to buy his neat little cottage, and lay up some for old age. We would inspire the mine owner by stating tile number of mints that are paying investments, nnd not by ransacking the whole state to find n vaders from Mexican soil. tin mines in which their hands are Th and Kentucky regimtnt occu-pia- d mutinous and magnify it until we three important positions during think it would cover the entire state. the battle and by holding its ground, The business men want their share ' saved the contest for American arms. of encouragement, not by calling to Co. A. ol the 2nd Kentucky, was his memory the dally failures, but detached several times during the batthose who are succeeding in their tle to drive back Mexican infantry, field of labor. forming in front ' to charge the regiAnd the poor editor, what must bement. During one of these engage- come He sits down on his of him? ment'? the guns which were flint-loc- k stool to rrrite his long editorials on yangans, became choked and Capt. "hard times." He writes just like he Moss ordered Lieut. Hobson to have hasn't had a bite to eat for three days them cleaned, while the enemy was and makes those hungry who peruse advancing nnd firing on them, some- it. After reading his editorial on thing never done under fire before. "hard time3" the subscriber says to Lieutenant Hobson with sixty men his wile quietly, "What must we do? charged and ranted three hundred that editorial is just right, times are Mexican infantry and drove them hard." They then and there begin down the mountain side, while high to study out a plan whereby they may above them rang the cheering voices retrench. The first they conclude to ol the American army. do is to stop their county paper, and The 2nd Kentucky and 1st Illinois the next day the poor, hungry and charged ten thousand Mexicans and down cast editor gets a postal saying, though they were compelled to fall "riease stop my paper, times are too back them long enough to enroll hard." Buena Vista another great victory for Hard times are more of nn imaginaour army in Mexico. Col. McGec, tion than any thing else. It Is an I,leutCol. Clay, Capt. Willis and imagination developed into a reality. many other valuable officers and men Why should times be hard when alwere killed in this charge Col. Har- most everything raised on the farm din, a noble son of Kentucky, fell to arc higher than they have ever been. head of his regirise no more at the Wheat has not been so high foryears, ment in this charge. hogs command a fairly good price, Lieut. Hobson bore in his arms the and cattle arc selling on an average mutilated body of Colonel Clay to '.lie for an immensely better price. Sheep camp over the battle field. are not low nnd country' produce can The 2nd Kentucky Infantry went always find a steady sale. God has into battle ot Buena Vista with five blessed us with large crops of hay all hundred men and lost in this bloody of which could be sold at a fairly good engagement two hundred and fifty price. You will see elsawhere In this men killed and wounded. paper where one man close to Beaver Lient. Hodson had charge of the Dam has nearly one thousand dollars burial party to collect and bury the worth he raised this year. If you dead who were buried on the battle have none It is your fault. I field. He also had charge of the Thousands of new industries have prisoners to bury their dead. The been started up in the last few months Mexican prisoners appeared totally with millions of hands employed. indifferent about their dead, burying It is true the present great strike them where they fell, placing them has disturbed affairs somewhat, but but n few Inches under the ground, lots of daylight and sunshine lie back and very olten leaving nn nrm or of these present dark hours for the leg protruding from the shallow miners who have no work. graves. Bear in mind the Republican party For meritorious service nt Buena is uot responsible for this great Vista Lieutenant Hobson was promotit is only coming in spite ed to first Lieutenant. of it. The financial aud commercial The Legislature of Kentucky caus- world is selfadjustlng.ln other words ed the State's dead to be brought they are converted by involutary muhome and in the summer of 1847 they sics and we have no more ommand were intrrd at Frankfort under a over them than over our own heart. a large military monument. Capt, Beaver Dam Gleaner. T. O'Hara, an Irish Kentucky soldier, was the orator and poet on this Notice 10 Log Men. occasion. The following is a few The undersidned is again with John lines of the poem he wrote for the re- A, Reitz & Sous and will be ready turn ot his fellov comrades and is about the 1st of August to make conentitled, "The Blvoac of the Dead:" tracts for spring of 1898 delivery. Would be pleased to see and make The muffled drum's sad roll has beat The soldiers last tatoo; prices to nil who contemplate cutting No more on life's parade shall meet logs the present season. My Posts The brave and fallen lew, office address is Hartford, Ky,, and On fame's eterual camping gtouud will be in Hartford Mondays and SatTbeit silent tents are spread And glory guards with solemn-rounurdays of every week, so far as possiThe the bivouac ol the dead. W. II. MOORl!, ble. Agt. for Jno. A. Reitz & Sons. the-valle- j I from naturo's catapult, tho entire snrfaoo of tho mountain moving with lightning-lik- e spood toward tho leaving nokod rocks, scarred trad shattered, to mark its course. The roar of tho slido wos oppolllnK, tile wholo world soemlngly slipping away from tho daring prospoctor who had awakened oil tho forces of nature by his blast O Shaughncssy Instinctively clutched tho long handlo of his spado, ond, supported by its broad Iron blade, rodo down Into tho valley in safoty on his improvised "skid," outstripping tho wind in tho velocity of his flight To this fact alono is due his safety from any ser!ou3 bodily harm, as he received only trifling contusions when hurled from his spado out on tho plain sat tho mountain's baso. St. Louis vol-lo- y, GIobo-Dcmocr- at Mining Propector' Thrilling Experience wllh a Landslide, Potor O'Shnughucssy hod a oscapo from a horriblo death recently whllo prospootlnjr In Shoop Gulch, nonr Anooondn, Mont 0'Shnughnos9y hod boon working g wuri picK nnu spmio in a pioco of ground and exploded a stick of dynamllo to break up on especially hard plooc of rook uncovered by tho plclj. Tho concussion started a landslide 4,000 foot up tho mountain sldo, and sno-w- , rocks and scrub trees started In a mad raco for tho bottom of tho trulcn, swcerA Ing tho mountain sldo bare of everything in Its passojjo, bU? bowlders hurled with tltnnio foroo bolnff llkoly-loolt-ln- UVmz25PnW It lasts twice as lone; as others. A trial will convince you of Ita great merit. Will please the rnott faatldlous. The Rkfuiimoan Mfr.ol " CHARLES F.MILLER. FRENCH MILLED TOILET , SOAPS AND PERFUMERV, Lancaster, Pcnn. E9TADM31IED, 189. m peivyf ilea j&.. Snaitli, PROFESSIONAL CARD. araraes lIAKTFOItll, If Y. Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. collections. PIIY JT I AW square Special attention given f Oflice east side of puKi M. L. ItaAVKiN. SiinuiY Taylok. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, KtiorneysatLdw HARTFORD, KY. Attorney at Law Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Oflice, in Commercial Hotel. Perry Westerfield, Beaver Dam, Ky. R. R. WEDDING Attorney at Law, The Siu.h Ssn Islands. Tho Phlllpplno islands, Formosa, tho Malay peninsula, Java, Borneo ond many othor parts of the South Sea arcWpolago aro oottlod by Malays, who aro essentially different from olthcr tho Ghlneso or the East InSlaus. Tboy claim to bo the of Sbcm, tho second son of Noah. for The Republican and keep up with the times. OASTOHIA. Subscribe slfutua U Imll. Will practice his profession in all Ui oourts of Ohio and adjoining oountiei Careful attention will bo given to a business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Fublic. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. 2?$giSr3 Will practico his profession in tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn tics. Special attention given to col lections. Office in Courthouso. Attorney at JCaw HARTFORD, KY. 3B. 3F. aXTDESLH,, (Gorwity Attorney) We want some more jtooq correspondents in the country. Send us the news from your neighborhood. Attorney at Iavs HARTFORD, KY: given to making" abstracts, &c, also Notary Public for Ohio County. Oflice North side of public square. JNO. B. WILSON, attention SPECIAL My Hair hand. Remember Ave will givo 20 votes with every new subscriber to Tue Republican. Get your friends to Almost every mall brings letters subscribe ond give you the coupons, overflowing with gratitude from those and by this means your candidate whom S.S.S, has cured ot that vilest of all diseases contagious blood poison will win. and restored to health and happiness from a condition of forlorn misery. What hope and en- m. lnG eouragement these O letters carry to others Jrluin who have been strug- gling with this dreadful IrUtll. affliction. These plain a unvarnished experie3 nces of those who have been cured are worth more than thousands of claims made as mere advertisements. For twenty years this straightforward, 3 O sincere policy has been strictly purQ. O sued la offering 9. S. S. to the public, O and its uuparalelled success Is not due to what is claimed it can do, but to the boundless words of praise from S o those for whom it has dokb so much, E "Puir.ADisi.PHiA, Pa., Nov. 11, 1896. "It li with pleasure that I write to Inform vou of the great benefit I have 4 received from your wonderful mediS. S as I cannot thank it cine, 3. C v. enough for doing what a number of doctors here have failed to do. . n o "Six months ago I had contagious blood WflGn 3 poison so badly that I HODO had giTen up all hope . of being cured, for It c scented that the more HftU I'lGU. medicine I took, the E o worse I got All of my hair and eyebrows came out! I had paralysis of c the fate, and lost my hearing, besides I had eight iaairaetue carbunsles n tny O B bask a4 arms, fly mouth and throat c .wre a ssre that I could hardly swalJ3 3 o low, aal I had lest twenty pounds. CouJ4 a aaaa in this stats be blamed 3 O caid to his miserable for pftUittf aa Attorney at aw Hartford, Ky. Will practico his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections-carefulland promptly attended to. Oflice with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. R. E. LEESIMMEBMAN, Came Back! Attorney at Law, IlHRTFORD, KY., Will practico his profession in Ohio aud adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted Office in Republican toh8care. J. B. VICKERS, i- building. HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice in all tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties.' Special attention given to collections. Oflice with County Attorney, Attorney at law ARMISTEAD JONES, QP!UM OOINO AUnillM, li K.OfficolotN.l'rj'orSt. B.M.WOOLLEY. M.11. and Yhlrte7 Habits cared Ut home without rain. Book of pa. tlcularatcnt Fnxil. ri.vi; taiii.i: i. c. it. n. ni:AVi.it lA IiY. EAST. Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 a. 111. Mall No. 222 a 1 02 p. in. No. 202 a 7 25 p. m. Fast Mall OOING WEST. No. 201 a 7 17 a. m. XIail No. 2ii a 12 25 n m. Local Freight No. 291 a 3 25 p. ra. Fast Mall II. MiutmcK, Agt, For fwle usir.Ciim iCo. by Williams &Dell. llncnii YUI11, Kwdln Forbes in his life of Gen. P.. II, Il'ibsoti says: Of all the decisive victories won by American arms this sanguinary engagement is perhaps iuuium WW flL TVj "::aw. timim -j- Sjm. i rrT&'WvCy .ITJIIIMUrt siHlMm Itlii.-iWJ- rfel J ib lLIJ-.TI- H l 9 1 ' kJL!iJ-i-( ri 1 1 uwA) i) iwuiiv Bum iwi Karffir the greatest military problem. With the American people the glory achlev-- , ed by their country's army on this bloody field was such that but a few of them, If any, ever tioubled theuis pelves to consider the rcult ol the battle othtr than the v.ilor of their soldiery and the supreme generalship of their long, tried commander. In other civilized couutrles the issues of i:irctrlo llltlcrtt. Electric Bitters is a medicine suited for any seasou, but perhaps more generally needed, when the languid exhausted feeling prevails, when the liver is torpid and sluggish and the need of a tonic and alterative is felt. A prompt use of this medicine has often averttd long and perhaps fatal bilious fevers. .No medicine will act ' more surely iu counteracting mid fteelng the system from the malarial poison. Headache, Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness yield to Electric Bitters, 50c. and $1 03 per bottle at J. II. Williams Drug Store. , I Ha veluus Itean la. Prom a letter written by Rev. ). Gunderuian, of Dimondale, Mich., we are permitted to make this extract: Statu 01' Ohio, City op Tomjdo, 1 ss j Lucas County. "I have no hesitation In recommendFrank I. Cheney makes oath that ing Dr. King'sNew Discovery, as the he Is the senior partner of the firm of SWi results were almost marvelous in the F, J. Cheney & Co., doing business case of my wife. While I was pistor in the City of Toledo. County and ot the Baptist Church at Rives JuncState afoesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum ofOFE HUNDRED tion she was brought down with DOLLARS for each and ever case of Pneumonia succeeding La Grippe. Catarrh thnt cannot be cured by the Terrible paroxysms of coughing use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. would last hours with little interrupFRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me nnd subscribed tion and it Feemed as If she could not in my presence,, this 6th day of Desurvive them. A friend recommendcember, A. D. 1S96. ed Dr. King's New Discovery; it was A. W, GLEASON, quick in its work and highly satisj 8RYI. j Notary pubHc factory in results." Trial bottles free Onnit Tliiira urn llrrr. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internalwhich means so much to all who know at J. II. Williams Drug Store. RegThe object of the Gleaner is not to ly and acts directly on the blood ami the disastrous effects of potash and ular size 50c, and $1,00. mucus surlaces of the system. mercury the foundation of all other n farmdiscourse the poor, blood medicines. Send for testimonials, free. er, us he trudges HinuigU life fnrn Book on the disease and Its treatF. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O Tit fit. ti n living, nnd plods his weary way on to ment will be mailed free by SwiM llmlli Sold by Druggists 75c, ' Xf ,7. trirr llfutue 8PKC1FIC Co., Atlanta, Ga. Bomchnven of rest It is not to mag. Hall's Family Pills are the best 'U&JUlt JH. diustmrg ilally evept bur.uay. The Floating Studio is at Calhoon. and I have gained teen pounds. Haven't I something to be ful for?" (The name and address of this writer wilt tic furnished to anyone interested, upon application.) Mr. W. M. Rutherford, of 612 8. Main St., Muncle, Indiana, sayst "I had a severe case of blood poison, for which I was treated by the best doctor here, but he was unable TllO to check the disease, . , and I grew steadily worse. I also tried Ivlgnt several remedies, but they did uot seem to Remedy, reach the trouble at all. I had begun to think I was Incurable, when someone recommended S. H. 8., and before I had Mulshed the first bottle I kuew I had the right remedy at last. A dozen bottles cured me completely and I have had no sign of the dlseate since." It Is no experiment to take 8. S. 8, It Is absolutely the ouly cure for the moat horrible of all diseases Contagious Blood Poison. 8. 8. 8. la the only remedy guaranteed TO four- - cxiatMCt? "That is what I thought of doing before I road of B. 6, 8. (Swift's Specific). I am now taking the fourteenth bottler and I wish you could see tho difference. My CaUSQ hair has all come back, my hearing restored, "o c a O The and Republican the Courier-Journ- al o ior one year for $1.50. Henderson route Louisville. Henderson and St Louis Railway Company Titrfe Card effective May 30, 1897. HAST BOUND No. 42 46 44 7'56am 8:55pm Lv. St Louis Rvansvllle 6:50am 2:20pm 2:45am Henderson 7:15am 2:46pm 3:10am Spottsville 7:38am 3:07pm 2:28111 Owensboro 8:18am 3:44am 4:00am Hawesvllle 9:17am 4'4opm 4:50am Cloverpott 9:45am 5:03pm 5:1011111 Irvlngton io:45nm 6:03pm ArLotiisville I2'35ptn 7"45pm 7:30am WBST BOUND No. 41 45 43 Lv.Loulsvllle 7:30am 4:50pm 8:23pm Brandenburg 8:5tam 6:09pm 9:30am Irvlngton 9:15am 6:43pm 9:5x11111 Stephenport 9:51am 7:20pm 10:21am Cloverport 10:1 lam 7:39pm 10:26pm Hawesvllle 10:35am 8:04pm 10:58pm 11:48pm Owensboro 11:35am Spottsville 12:17pm 9:47pm ia:3pu Henderson 12:40 10:10pm 12:45pm Evansville 1:15pm 10:40pm 2:45pm 7.20pm ArSt.Louls 7.32pm All trains run through solid to Through I'orlor Cars F.vnnsvllle. on nil trains aud Pullman Sleeper between St. T.nuls, flvansvllle and Louisville. No. 41 and .p connicls at Irvlngton for Fotdsvllle aud Hnr- - RefOlCO. v- o - "C - 2 o S j o w Purely Vegetable way-wor- OASTOniA. j I LHJIULIH-UU-- J Tin: wheat crop this year will add they will not only receive the conH to tho farmers of tempt of Fopullsts but the most over $100,000,000 RIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1897. nauseous disgust of those who buy this country. them Offlco on Fox Stroot. John R. McLean, tbo leading Tnc Populist who betrays Populism NAMED Ikiii(I i:trr.r I'rlilii)' til llnrllnril, Ky. Democratic candidate for Senator of now would have underbid Judas Isca-rio- t and betrayed Christ for nny price Ohio, 19, Hi rough his paper, tho Cin SAM A. ANDUIISON Editor. Republican Convention ciiinuti Enquire, 0110 of tho most rab- tint was offered. Words cannot cxpicss my contempt Su icrlptlon, $1.25 por yoar id advocates of tbo 1G to 1 dogma. Completes its Work at Hartford Rut it has lately como to light that in lor a man who will hell his principles H11 "led at the post-offiand Adjourns. as second class mall matter. Iiis renting operations ho being n for au office; nor can they do justice political patty which Inaugurplutocratic landlord bo has insisted to the ates n wholesale syfctem ol political Fonturos and Incidents of tho upou bis debtors meeting their obli fPl-r-v Gnthoringof tho G. O. P. A professed debauchery. gations to him iu gold. Why cannot the organized Dcmoc- -' bold bug couldn't exhibit any moro racy fight a fair battle Instead of The Republican State Convention contempt for tho whito metal than is bushwhacking? completed its business Tuesday night manifested by McLean in bis private Why connot their candidate come business transactions. His nrgentine belore the people with the Populist and adjourned. J. G Bailey, of Mapronunciations aro simply for bun- candidate, submit his case nnd let the goffin county, was notuiuated for Clerk of the Court of Appeals. combe. people aiakc the verdict? Quite n lively discussion took place methods hatch These dishonorable The Decline in Mlvcr. iu the room of the Committee on REPDL1CAN TICKET. The fall in the price of silver bull- ed atn Sunday caucus of political wire Resolutions. It. was nt first proposed ion occaniions no end of speculative pullers will be rebuked by the honest to Indorse the national AdministraNov. 2, 1897. Eloctlon fo A. men of the Democratic party. thought It Is easy for nearly everytion, with a personal reference to body, it would seem, to formulate n Parker. President McKinley, It was! considState Senator. Dr. T. G. Turner. theory that fits in with preconceived II111I 11 Nrrro Allnrk. ered best, however, since nothing Keprcscntativc, R. C. Jnrnogin. exopinions. There is one notable "Having n severe attack of rheu- was to be said of Gov. Bradley, to County Judge, Jan. A. Park. Those who have insisted matism nnd malaria fever and not re- leave out ol the resolution a personal ception. County Clerk, M. S. Kaglaud. that the price ot grain was fixed by ceiving benefit from medicines pre- reference to the President. Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, County Attorney, M. L. Heavrin. the price of silver have had their the- scribed, I began taking Hood's The resolutions favored sit:h a ShcrifT, S. T. Stevens, One would supory rudely upset. I was very weak at that modification of the civil service law as bebool Superintendent, Fon Rogers. pose that a special arrangement bad time. After taking three bottles I would limit the terms of service to Jailer, Thos. II. lilack. been made for that purpose. But for was relieved nnd at the end of three four years, "with privilege of reapAssessor, G. D. Royal. all that the advocates of all sorts of months I was cured." James F. Mil- pointment or promotion." Coroner, L. W. Hunt. monetary theories have no difficulty ler, Grundy, Kentucky. Surveyor, N. Moxley. The feature of the afternoon session in twisting the indubitable facts into MAGISTRATE. Hood's Pills act easily and prompt- was the prolonged applause which suchargumentativeshape as may Hartford Dist Cbristopher Allen. just ly on the liver and bowels. Cure sick followed the reference to Dr. Hunter suit their notions. All that sort of headache. Cromwell Dist Jonl B. Wilson. in the opening speech of Chairman C. Fordevillc Dist Jacob Chancclor. guessing is merely chaff, with not M. Barnett, chairman ot the Stale enough wheat in it to be worth the RosineDist ii. R. Loney. llio Civil Nrr Ice Question. Central Committee. winnowing. But at least one man The Republican platform passed at The platform in full adopted by the been heard from whose opinion St. Louis in 1896 indorsed by the ReWhy don't tho Rryanitcs still barp has is worthy of respect, ex Governor publican State convention day before couvention is as follows: on tbo price of silver and wheat? Resolved, by the Republican party, Grant of the Omaha and Grant smel- yesterday, bad In It the following Rncu is 50 cents ndrink at Dawson ter. He Is a practical man, and not plank in relation to the civil service: in conveution assembled. That we "The civil service law was placed reaffirm the principles of the RepubCity, with no discount for "echuits." a mere theonzer. Governor Grant glvesit as his opin- on the statute book by the Republic- lican party as set forth in the platA man would have to bo au Astor or ion that silver will continue to go an party, which has always sustained form adopted by it at St, Louis in a Vanderbilt to secure a real 1896. down until there is a marked decrease it, and we enew our repeated declabath in tbo metropolis of in the production in some parts of the rations that it shall be thoroughly That we indorse the Republican tbo Klondyko. world, and he adds that It remains to and honestly enforced and extended National and State Administrations, and especially commend the action of TiiKRepublicans of tbo Rosine Mag- be seen which silver producing coun-t- :y wherever practicable." ' will give way first. Colorado and isterial District met at Reaver Dam That is one reason why we charac- our present State officials in their eflast Saturday and nominated Mr. L. other silver states in our own country terized yesterday the civil service res- forts to suppress mob violence and R. Loney for Magistrate. Mr, Loucy have lessened their output a great olution adopted by the convention the to preserve the the financial credit of have not day before as absurd and contradic- the State. is or.o of the best men in tbo District deal, or, to be more exact, pushed developments during the last tory. The civil service principle has We commend the action of the rep and will mako a good official. lew years. The astonishing activity the approval of the American people, resentatives ot the Republican party At the Republican convention in in gold mines is largely due to the di- and will be sustained and maintained. in the passage of a tariff bill which Louisville this week, Hon. J. G. version of attention lrom silver mines Those who are against it arc gnawing will raise revenue sufficient to supRailey, of Magoffin county, was nomi to gold mines. Many a silver mine a file There is no argument against port the Government, prevent the Isinated for Clerk of the Court of Ap- of known richness lies idle, while the a civil service system that is not as sue of Interest bearing bonds, protect engood a militiary service system or a American labor and maintain the napeals. Mr. Railey is one of the best energy and capital, especially the naval service system. tional credit. in tbo state aud will ergy, are directed towatd the discovyoung orators ery of new gold fields. No such thing as turning all office mako a winning campaign. We are opposed to a system of civil Evidently Gov. Grant had Mexico holders out at every change of adservice that builds up an official class Tun Tammany society has mort- in mind when he referred to "other ministration was known in this counlife tenure in alOur sister republic on try till the time oi Andrew Jackson, with practically a gaged Tammany ball for in countries." most all branches of the public servoruYrto payofl some pressing debts. the South has been exceptionally and until Marcy announced the docice, and we demand that the civil It will bo n good day for New York prosperous of late years, and silver trine that the offices were the spoils service law be modified so as to limit mines there have been developed rap of the party victory, and that "to the City when Tammany shall Kick the own people. The victors belong the spoils." It is only the terms of service to four years, bucket, and unfragrant reminiscence idly, largely by our ot reappointment native labor could be paid in silver at in Turkey and in Asiatic despotisms, with the privilege shall be the only vestige of its infaor promotion, subject to restrictions par, and the depreciation in the value outside of China, that the spoils docmous career. as will secure competent official and ol bar metal was ofTset by the cheaptrine prevails. Every civilized na- to every sxton if the court' r ts At any tion has discarded it in the last fifty In Hattiesburg, Miss., recently, a ening, practically, of labor. proper proportion ot them. rate development was not retarded years. negTo legally convicted of criminal We heartily sympathize with the de There is great and natural indignaassault upon a whito woman was hang- there, as in this country, by the and according to the Grant tion at the way In which Mr Cleve- struggling people of Cuba in their Tho ppo- - preciation, ed by due pioeess of law to set u re liberty.- - mid ir.depemU got to be a halt called land and Mr. Carlisle and the whole pie of that town not only exhibited idea there has He thinks the deprecia- of Mr. Cleveland's Cabinet abused the ence by allowing justice to take in Mexico That we recommend to the people-thtion will have that tendency. civil service, only in order to get its regular course, but they are now adoption of the constitutional For the most part our silver is Democrats in office and keep them 011 account of possessed of amendment submitted by the lad found in connection with lead, and there, but there is no reason for such exhibition. Govemor Grant says he has figured the civil service system. Legislature, allowing all eities and out that with lead at $3 60 and silver Abuses can be corrected nnd should towns the privilege of reguhting in -Tnc Republican party is always for at SSi it is just about as profitable be corrected, and indignation should der legislative supervision the methfairness and just dealing among men, to work these mixed mines as it was have been directed against abuses of od of levying the taxes thy itnpof ed aud wherever the Populists nnd when lead was $i 25 and silver 65. the system instead of the system. on themselves for city and town exfused, the Republicans He might have added that the new As one speaker pointed out In the penses. bavo sacrificed their dovico anil have tatifl protects lead, and thus. indirect convention, 2i8,coo men voted the We favor the passage of a law that met the Populists under an independly, silver. Republican ticket at the last election. will protect the laborers of Kenttt:ky Not so with the free silent ilevice. What the effect of the decline of sil- Possibly iS.ooocf them aie now can- from the competition ol convict labor ver Democrats their only aim is to ver will be upon international blmet-alisdidates for office, or closely connected and, it necessary to accomplish said The reas- with candidates tor office. kill the Populist party. no one can forecast Counting result, nn amtndment to the Coiuti-tutto- n y the presumption permitting such legislation. all the postoffices in Kentucky from tho Derao-c- ra onable Ii Henderson county experts and financiers of Eng- those paying $1 50 year upwards, and Every expression of opposition to In i and Populists have fused. land and the continent are now figur- all the internal revenue and other of- the civil service brought out prolongalni' st every instance the Democrats ing on the new turn iu the monetary fices, and all Kentucky's share in the ed cheering Quite nn amusing s er e hav forced an independent Demo- problem. It is no small comfort to other Federal offices, i,8oo would be followed the ptssage in Senator 's crat to run against the Populists, in reflect that the United States with its a large estimate of offices of any sot t speech on the subject Af'er order to beat them and a'sj kill their vast resources and Its abundance of that Kentuckians cau get There are the first demonstration of enthusiasm Why don't the Democrats both money metnls, and especially about 100,000 Federal offices in the the convention saw the humorous party. meet the Populists on an equal foot- with its silver rich In lead, can afford United States, counting all the little side ol the Senator's position and, ing, aud go under an independent to await developments with serenity. postoffices and the mail carriers and recalling the months of haid effott he No other country is so well equipped Custom-houssweepers, and there had just passed through in an effort device? for adjustment to whatever may come. nearly 76,000,000 people in this to provide something for the army of Inter Oceanr country. There are not offices enough place seekers, broke out in a broad The Hartford Republican In Its last issue virtually admitted that if it to gr around, and the 200,000 Repub- grin. In which the Senator joined. had not been for the Hartford II "111 NurirlH Yon. lican voters in Kentucky who are not John Felatid, Jr., aud S. E Smith, "bosses," R. A. Dyars would have In order to prove the great merit of after office, and the 74 900,000 people the colored preacher ot Owensboro, Republican nominee for Senbeen the Balm, the most effective Ely's Cream who can't get offices do not care who were placed in nomination in opposiator. Hartford Herald. cure lor Catanh and Cold In Head hold the Federal offices so they are tion to Bailey. Alter the vote of his never The Hartford your druggl&t will supply a generous held by decent and competent people home county had been cast fur him, ndn.'ttcd any such thing, but wo did 10 cent trial size or we will mail for who attend toiheir business and do Mr, Feland withdrew. Rev. Smith ndnit that Mr. Felix might have re- 10 cents. Full 3ize 50 cts. not annoy the public by dishonesty or made a speech thanking the convennomination for ceived tbo fusion ELY BROS., 56 Wanen St., N. Y. incompetency. The disproportion tion for its disposition to honor the County Attorney ifbo hadn't had any Ely's Cream Balm has completely between the number of offices and the negro by receiving his name, nnd nlso opp 'ition. Mr. Ryers was not a cured me of catarrh when everything number of people is constantly in- withdrew. The nomination cf Mr. for Stuto Senator. Many acquaintances have else failed creasing and the interest which the Bailey was made unanimous. used it with excellent results. Alfred vast majority of people have In who Mit. Ruyan, while at tho geysers W. Stevens, Caldwell, Ohio. . Iti'llK'HM Iiilnlrriiu-holdf the offices Is decreasing in the Ye bw Stono Park, declined nn inThe days of religious intolerance lleliuiiclicry. same proportion, and that is the reasI'lillllcal vitation to mako a speech, saying that A CiimiuilK" So the powers that be of the organ-ize- on that the civil service system has are passed, although "nothing dies "be lost almost every state ho spoko Democracy have declared that come, aud come to stay. Commer- so hard and rallies so often as intolerin before tbo election last fall and carance " In most civilized countries war be made upon the Populist, nnd cial. ried those bo did not speak in." that by means lair or foul, Populiut men have generally come to believe Th" was a very good ground for bis voters be "held in Hue'1 for ShackelEverything seems to go wrong that they have no right to deny the dec nation to orate, also, that his ford for Clerk of Court of Appeals with the silver advocates, says the right ot private opinion in others. sp' tin g woiiid bo very small potapgaitut their own nominee. Lexington Leader. Iu the nine That intolerance does (till exist and toes compared with tho work iu that Ami hnw i'fi tlievexneet to do this? months since last election the tide has is at times insnilett cannot be denied line by nature through tho instruBy howling for free silver (which turned against them both in public but the spirit ol intolerance belongs they defeated thirteen times during ' opinion and to actual happenings. to the dark ages. mentality of tho geysers. Rev. Sydney Smith in 181 1 thus the two years they were In povcr iu Prices have advanced despite their asdefined religious tolerance: "That n ' ill. Atlanta, (On.) Qi4ilitt!on, a this nation) and by "future promsertions that they could not do so leu itf organ of tlio Rrynit Democra- ises." without the free and unlimited conage man should hold, without pain or In shoit, they expect to buy tvery of silver, nations which had tCBted penalty, any rellgiot s opinions, and : cy, "That the Dunouratio parPopulist who is venal enough to Fell free cuiunge have gone back to the choose for his instruction, It) the bus' ,1 ever in favor U freo raw inu ty princigold standard, enormous increases in iness of salvation, ny guide whom ter , except during the fitful fever of out bis party und barter his ples for au cilice (in the future.) the prodtic Ion ot gold is tepoited, be pleases; care being talcing that the CI 'audiim, Is proven to be untruo." ' This is of course the ptoper thing our commerce in prosperous, and teacher and the doctilue injure neithAu jut that paper's patron saint, for a p.uty to do whose stand more money has come in the country er the policy nor the morals of the M" Drjan himsolf, certainly used to This bhould be the .'eel. bought his nomination with an for our productions than in any form. country" be, if hois not now, iu favor of free which it is er year, the international bimetallic ing ot every enlightened Christian ft.Soi a voir deputy-ship- , raw ii'atcrial. It will be remembered charged, was traded to both fiin conference which they Assumed could j man and the conclusion of auother tlia upin tho puago of the Wilson Richardson and Ming Ford, not be brought about is practically writer that "no man Is hurt becauss ' bil Mr. Rryan wus so enthused that But will they find Populists so de- - assured the lurid bill is a law, and his neighbor is of a diflerent religion hound h number of oilier freo trade v )ld of houor that they will stand be- the prosperity which they said could from his owu, and iia civil society is D. i icrals raised Mr. Wilson on their fore their people ennfeued not come without free coinage hi- - be- butt because its memoir are of differsix ildcrsnnd rode him in tiiumph and political tiaitors, in order to get gun to make its appearance. It is a ent religions from one another,' must the office! that may be included in blue outlook for pet pic who make Inevitably be our conclusion iu the ar ul tbo hall of Congress It Is doubtless trus siarch for truth, "future promise?" cilamity Hit ir campaign cry. ,.' that the more vat led our beliefs the Time will tell: but one thin; is cet- cum wmiii iif likf Tails, more likely that n complete view of t.iln liouokt I'opulUts aud hotm.st TllftS- Ilot Luutfli ttjruu. 'lute uowl. VuKt Il n llmlli truth may by degrees at least be la tltutf. tfcilil br urutut. men of other parties will not need ! 111011 " -nee. re oched by the human race 7a&&M KH'lfildirt "WMjM to 1 ick out the sell outs Au I u irtford Republican. BAILEY FORCLERK 1 ce I Coiililrittljr Hurt. Will Rlchcy and John Jcflrey.of the big clifl, concluded to clean out aud repair their cistern 11 few days ago, says the Hawcsvillc Clarion. Alter the job was finished. Richcy, who was nt the bottom, 11111I having no ladder nt hand, ordered Jeflrcy tn throw down n rope, which was made fast to his waist, and told Jeflrcy to put the other end to a pull) .11 d s ten It to nn old mule that vn f nf. Jeffrey did so nnd statted to daw his biolher-llaw out by mule )oiur, when just as they had drawn Richie to the top his body got doubted tip under tbt arch' cf the ci tern rnd he yelled lustily lor help, but Jellrey could not stop the animal instantly on account of bis deafness, und had Ridley's wife come to the tescue the fellow might have been pulled in two. He was considerably hurt no it was. . n (.cute-spondent- (T.IIAI.VO. Crops ntc tuffcring on recount ef the dry veuther. The choolhuUbenl this place, vh'di was blown down, is being rebuilt by Mr. Mjers The cold hand of death visited our little town last Thusdnj evening aid claimed lor its own Uncle Itlchntd Jones. Hele'nvcHn liovl ofiitlalties and friends to .Lvi'iu hU lis The S id iy Vioal nt this plafe is Our Superintendptogrising tiice-l)- . ent, Mrs J II ilichunhoit, iu btr never tirlu.; 1 fl tts, is (Mi tmii.eU to make it one ol the best Stir day Schools la the county. C E Smith happened to n severe accident tat bv getting his ankle sprained and' briiiicd by n falling tree. L. P. FuUeroon lelt Moml.iy to cut a hit ol h.tw logs near met lenry. Miss Beitb.i Kuubley nnd Mr. Wm Motton, Mr. C Kiid and Miss Una s We want some more to Eudaly were tccrcll married Julys iu the country. Send us at GallMlnc, Ten , but on returning the news from your neighbothood. home the people Miplcioiilng such, soon discovered the secret. We wish JInrklrn'H Arnlcu Ntilti. C. The Best Salve in the wot Id for them a pleasart Inline. Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt It has been circulated that when I Rheum, FeverSorcs, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Com?, and nil presented my claim to the Republican Skin Eruptions, and positively cures pitty lortlie noinin.itlniias n candidate Piles, or no pay required. It is for Jailer of Ohio county, that I was guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Calvin Taylor nnd oth-- c or money refunded. Pi ice 25 ceuts influence by s to announce mytelf nndit was also per box. For sale by Williams & Bell. 13. 1 yr. said the plan was formulate by Democrats nnd I was ignorant of what I I deny the statement. I was doing. EXCURSION TICKETS say I did understand what I was doVIA Till! ing. Calvin Taylor bad nothing to do with getting me to make The race, . Taylor was solicited to participate in TO THIS the matter alter I had decided to make the race. I was not influenced by nny Democtat to make the race 1 1 M 01 l! " Merit talks" tho lntrlnnlc value of lIood'uBarnaixullla. Merit In mcdlclno means tlio power to euro. Hood's Baronparllln possessed actual nnd unequalled curative power and thoro-(or- e it has truo merit. When you buy Hood's 8arBparllU,and tako It according to directions, to purify your blood, or euro any of tho many blood dlaeaaca, you aro morally certain to rocolvo benefit. Tho power to euro is thcro. You aro not trying an experiment. It will mako your blood puro, rich and nourishing, and thus drlvoout tlio germs of disease, strengthen tho ncrvce and build up tho WholoBystom. Talks Hood's Sarsaparilla Is tho best, In fact the Ono Truo Illood Purifier. Vrepnrcitonly by C. I. Hood ft Co., Iwell, Mna. Hood's Pills SAiSSJSJS Ht Illinois en. Q. j TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL And W M- - BALTZIiU. International AT Exposition Gam-brini- an 1ST For the above occasion will For Infants and Children. be sold by the Illinois Central Hail-ro- ad nt varying times, rates nnd flS-9 limits, including n ticket on sile Ill It a n fit- riry tin daily, good to return until November vritH. 7, and tticludinn ticktts lmviug limit &Uu of twenty days, fifteen days nnd seven days; also tickets ou Tuesday and m r a cam do & 5a (. tsn r? zj rcn rtA i5i p ra Thursdays of each week with limit of fifteen days. For full paiticulars ns 1 to which of the above npplies from your nearest Railroad Station in conOver 4,000 vacancies several tims as many vacancies ns members. Must nection with the IlHnoiiC111tr.il RailSeveral pan; two plans givo Irco registration; otio road, call on or nddrcss your nearest hnvo nuiro members. plan GlAUANTKES posiltuiis. book containing plana Ten vents juys railroad Tirkct Agent. nttd n 8500.00 lovo story of College days. Iso charga to employers for recWm. Murray, Dtv. Pass. Agent, ommending SOUTHERN1 TE VCUIEKS' Kl'KE.VU, New Orleans. Unv. Dk. O. M. A M., President und Manager, Jno. A. Scott, Div. Pass. Agent, S. V. Cor. Main ami Third ctrccts, Lotnsvillc.Ky. Memphis, SOUTHERN TEACHERS' UUREAU. 09 71 Denrborn nt., Cbicugn.IU. A. II Hanson, o i. a . Chicago. Northern vacancies Chicago office, Southern vacancies LoumvUIo office. W A. Kellond, A o p A., Iinisville. One feo registers in both cilices. " 1 EtJjLxrlXlG CASTOR IA llniiip. llclior The Crltentou Press says: "Senator Dehoo arrived home from Washington last week hole, hearty and hapWashington lllc and congres-slo- uil py life evidently agrees with hint. As is known he has retitcd from the law firm ol Il'.ue ft Debt, nnd it is not probable that he will again engage In the practice ol law dttting his te'in ns ."ci.itor IH promotion to the exalted position ol Uuit'd States Senator, and bis association with the political nabobs ol the capital have in u.0 wise congealed his usual sociable disposition, lie is as approachable as any man iu town, nnd is evidently in gocd humor with all the woild and the rest ot mankind "Since he came home, Mari.ui has njaln become to some extent a Mecca for Ihe bos who nrc wanting n job. nnd it's no longer a surprise to see a sttaugcr iu the village " OABTOIIXA. w. T: EKbiftetfo , If An bv tr im-"!""-- TH0R01M! PRaCTICAL! UP-TO-DA- TE! rts e self-respe- r m raou-etar- WM its former usefulness. COLLEGE ID BUSINESS ISSTITUTE, XXAirtfOxrcS., 3ESLoaa.txLo33LS7"- - e Experienccd teachers havo been employed for tbo fchocl year and prospects nrc bright for 11 successful year's work. Unity of cflort on tho part of teachers and pitrons baa brought tho Collego back to tho piano of THE PALL TERM WILL BEGIN AUGUST 30, 1897. The Summer Term Will begin Juno 1!), 1898, continuing six weeks. Tuition for Summer Term Bjard in tbo best privuto families $2.00 to $2,50 per week. 85.00. call-didi- For Further information address some member of the Faculty. T. J. MORTON, l1n3MMiT'r?nKinrgMl-.gt.gPiBsident. C. M. CROWE, " lb Vice Pfesidsnt. A. P.TAYLOR.Secrataiy. j d r?Kf iSa f 6fa IHSLD cs HOST HAVE OPENED THEIR I t- - - ird-bei- rer sMl-out- s ZLsTe"vr ' OASTOIIIA. A lino new OMM11US will meet nil day trains rtt Heaver JJuin. All orders promptly attended to. guarantees a comiortublo rid. o j.vrjt.cl FT oxia Beaver ' ."'SiZEdiK XjXZbC lOriaja. J.cbvp jEEj An ulgant vehiclo and good hores order nt Field's Llve'j StaWe, r : curuer Market and Uniou Streets, Hartford, swamsis -f- ij-"ji'. V11LL1 -- V "I'l'll "!' I. "IH X .J -- j -l ,.iii.iih rr ' , IaEfcSE&aEISS. & M&amatinsM fid 1 (Sl5i iVSi Hk' HEAR WHAT . " scrapping jet. Ladles, call and sec J. E. Fogle & Mr. II. C. Powers, out enterprising Co's lilic of black and green shoes. milliiian is building imt on his farm Mr. Sam L - Cnscbier, the populnr the finest birn eer cm led in these 'bus driver, has been sick this week, diggings!. Mr J. F. Berkley while digging a Mr. John Ilenvrln, Owensboro, is well on Ills farm nil uck nt depth of Heav-rivisiting his brother, Mr. M. J, Absolutely Puro. IS feet n vein of home black Mibstance very much resembling tar. It ignites Celebrated for its great leavening strength and hcaltbfulncss. Assures Mrs. II. W. Rolph, Louisville, is readily and gives ofl while burning the food against alum and nil forms of visiting her mother, Mrs. Jennie an odor very similar to burning tar. ndultcrntion common to the cheap What is It? brands. Royai,BakinoPowdhrCo., Kwir. A S. Aull has disposed of his Nnw York. . Mr. Sam Hcnvrln, Louisville, is the guest of his brother, Mr, M. L. Heav- - property at Sulphur Springs and will cngape in the drug business at AuRead Fair & Co's "ad." Seashore. rln, this week. L. W. Hunt. burn, Logan county. Mr. Aull has Much sight seeing for ciy small All slippers go nt cost at J . E. Fogle For a quick and comfortable ride made an excellent officer, he is an exMm, millnma limit. . expense. & Go's. to or from Beaver Dam, patronize pert druggist and a most excellent Mrs. Bettie Williams dleU at her The regular Annual Excursion to International Colic Cure for horses Fields' busline. citizen, and the people here regret home near Beaver Bam, Friday afterOld Point Cofulort in charge of Mr. X at Pate Bros.' G-cocL- s: Buy n box of International Poultry that lie and his estimable wife arc to noon, August Ctth, of heart trouble W. A Wllgu.s, S. P. A , will he tun She leaves five children, to wit.: Ola, Wednssday, Aug. ntji, via I. C , and 20 yards good shirting for $1 at J. Food and save your poultry. For leave us. Mr. William Mitchell and family now Mrs. Chinn, of near Beaver Dam, C. & O. Railways,, from Beaver Dam sale by Pate Bros. K. Fogle & Co's. . . Z)ic Calico (common) Oio, Susie, Malln and Lennie, all at on regular p.m. train, leaving at Misses Mabel Reid, Edna Griffin 14 yeats absent- in the West have So Gingham (good) 20 yatds good domestic for $1 at J. Jr. come back to end life's race on the home. Aug 10th, connecting with Seashore j nnd Lyda Morton' are spending the 15c bed ticking 20c E. Fogle & Co's. The children havelost a good moth-cr- , Special, which leaves Utiiou Station, dark and bloodyground. Thus other week at Sulphur Springs. 25c iodic linen the church a bright light and the foot of Seventh street, at witnesses are added to thatinnumera-bl- e For strictly first-claPhotos call on 1:30 p.m. 7tfc loc Wash goods Miss Glenn Bibb, who has been multitude who have testified that neighborhood a good woman. Taylor & Glendlncn. She to 59C 75c Cottonadc pants visiting her sister, Mrs. McDowell old Kaintuck is the best State to die leaves behind her a beautiful chris- The round trip rale Old Point Comfort is only $ . . . and the tickets Big line lawn, dimities and percale Fair, has returned to her home at Mcs $1,00 fi.50 silk umbrella tian character aud was loved and re- are good until September and, with in. to close out at J. E. Fogle & Co's. 7)ic 15c Ladies vest Ken'ney, Ky . Now nbcut politics but gosh I this spected by all for her many virtues. stop over privileges returning only. 15c 2 pair ladles heavy black hose Miss Addie Thompson, Horton, Mr. Louis Armendt, living near epistle is already as long as the face The sympathy of tue entire commu This trip surpasses nny offered the 15c 2 pair ladles seamless gray hose visited Miss Josic Black last week. He is 81 years of my free silver, free trade neighbor nity goes out to the brokenhearted town, Is quite sick. traveling public, and afiords many de85c worth $1 R. & G. Corset The Floating Studio is at Liver-mor- old and has lived an active life, being who sold his lambs tother day for children, who are left She was bur- lightful diversions. Grand and beauLadles 5c handkerchief i nnd will soon return to Hartford. one of the best gardners and farmers $3 a head and throwed in the tai's, ied at the Williams burying ground tiful sceneryi invigorating mountain 35C Woven corsets, sizes 20, 21 and 22 Tor 50c und is mad yet because the blamena-tlo- n Saturday afternoon in the presence of air, in the county. ocean voyage, palas Pricsmcyers slippers to close out . . 8oc, $t and 1.50 Pro!. A. P. Taylor, Westerfield, is ruin predictions of the Bryan a large concourse of sorrowing friends Hal hotel entertainment and a visit to The following named persons have yelpers visiting friends in Hartford this week. didn't follow McKinley's and relatives. Many of the above ntUcle we candidly bclive are the Capital, if desired. paid their subscription to Tim Re- election. Mrs. W. M. Hudson is still quite I'd tftrsonate him too if he The low rate of $1 50 per day has BEST BARGAINS we have ever offered our custhe publican since our last issue: wusn't my dad. A I'nmlly ol I1II0K. sick with little change for the better. The Morgan family in the lower been secured at the Hygeia and G. L. Johnson, Elizabethtown: 0. C. Don't wait until the supply is exhausted tomers. Al.MARINBWlNKLi:S. Taylor & Glendineu arc making Beard, Fordsvillc. end of town are indeed in a deplorable Chamberlain Hotels. Every attenand conclude that we never had the goods at the best Photos ever made in Ohio the Miss Lula London, of Henderson, condition says the Hawesville Clars tion and courtesy will be extended to Mr. 'Glendinen has, returned from Many ol them could only be had prices given above. county. y Six out of the seven are idiots ladies without escorts. Choice of to visit Mrs. C. M. Ion. Dawson and will be pleased to see ' will arrive in limited quantities and several wc know cannot be and some are not able to take care of routes returning, between Richmond International Stock Food for sale anyone wanting pictures, at Hartford I Barnttt. ! themselves. Not long since a son and Clifton Forge, will be given, enreplaced, but with the exception of the Indies vest by Pate Bros. Saves hogs and nil on Monday, McIIenry on Tuesday and lt linen W lient. was conducted to the asylum, and a abling those who desire to visit umbiclln, we bind ourselves to supply nil of the ard other stock. I Chicago, Aug. 10. Wheal Beaver Dam the rest of the week. few weeks before, Lutu Morgan, an- Lynchburg, Natural Bridge and other rose ic above the highest point above (or the luxt two weeks. Get a box of International Worm Messrs. Alva Pate, A. Stewart.Sam other son, was drowned in Green points of interest. Powder for your horse. For sale by Cox and Elvis Carson have returned touching during the recent bull camSleeping car rates will be $4 00 for closing price river. The mother Is now bedfast Pate Bros. from Mammoth Cave. While doing paign and 2icabove the with bad spells of paroxysms and it is berth, Lotlsville to Old Point, to be of yesterday. Realizing caused some otcupied by on or tw persons, and com Remember J E. Fogle & Co. when the cooking Mr. Cox was pretty badadvance ofi;c almost impossible to secure the asly burned by turning a skillet ot hot reaction, but a net sistance of any one to sit up with her. application for sleeping car space you want your fall nnd winter boots was maintained. K grease over on his band. All claim that it throws them into should be made at once to W. A. Wil-guand shoes. DOWM GOES SILVRR. S. P. A., Hopkinsville, Ky. hysterics to be whera there are so Rev. T. N. Williams, of Louisville, Taylor & Glendinen make photos wuur New York, Aug. 10. Bar silver many crazy cliiKiren people, and the county For further particulars, address as Call will preach at the C. P. Church on made a new low record from $1 25 per dozen to five selling judge can not secure attention for above or call on Agent I. C. R'y. Saturday night before the first Suns in this market at 2 301 and see our work. c below 55 , nn them at any price. The burden falls day in September. Dr. W. S. Dans the lowest previous piicc and Jic beWhile attending court leave your ley, of Owensboro, ou a little girl who is the only bright will preach on t.io,. hoise nt Field & Son's stable. They Sunday at n o'clock. All are invlt" low yesterday's price. The quotation one In the family,nd she certainly The angel of death has visited our cheapfor Mexican dollars was 42)c. will treat you right. has trials that cannot be described. ed. community and called for its victims New York price of silAt lie-memb- er two noble women. Mrs. Bettie Wills Mrs. S. K. Cox and daughter, Miss Mr. Junius May .living near Whites-vlilver the silver dollar is worth 421 c. Ntrnjed Corinne, are visiting relatives in In this county, died last SaturFrom my farm in Liberty neighbor-hoodjul- y lams died at her home near Liberty XCm President IHil Ilia Dnly. church last Friday and was Interred Owensboro this week. day and was buried Sunday. He was 31st, one red bull calf, six The complaint that the Republicans the son ol Mr. Albert May, and leaves have blundered In "tinkering" a Tar-i- months old. Any information which in the family cemetery Satuiday. She Glen Did you know that Taylor & leaves two daughters and Jthree sous dinen make any kind of a photograph a wife and several children. Mr.May bill is uttered in defiance of history will lead to his recovery will be re- to mourn her loss. Aunt Martha was one of the best young farmers of and in furtherance of fraud. The warded. from n Queen to n 14x17? J. M. Rogers, Coleman, wife of the late Martin ColeOhio county. Beaver Dem. 3 2t Democrats made a ridiculous failure Wanted. To trade a first class man, died at her home Saturday after Judge John P. Morton, wife and in tinkering the Tariff", nnd succeeded blind mnre for a good milch cow with artford iSemple 0 fashions. a long illness. She leaves two sons HculncUy Crop Report. daughter, Miss Laura; Messrs. C. M. only In showing their Incompetency young calf. Apply nt this office. For the August report 136 corres and several daughters, all ot whom Barnett, C. P. Keown, C. R. Camps in large public affairs aud in proving Mr. Richard Jones, one of the olds pondents, representing 99 couuties, are married, to mourn her loss. She tr5jr.iiJvi:.r bell, Sam A. Anderson, Hartford; A. that President Cleveland lacked both was interred in the Providence cemeest men in the Green river country, have replied. S. Bennett, Beda; Geo. M.' Maddox, principle and information. The peotery Sunday. Rev. G. J. Bean preach-e- d died nt his home near Ceralvo last WHEAT. Rockport; N. Barrass, Taylor Mines, ple of the United States ns plainly rethe funeral. Friday morning. Threshing has been vigorously sented the insufficient aud paralyzing attended the big Republican ConvenMr. Horace Hocker, who Is on the Wilson bill three successive years by pushed during July, when the weaths sick list, is thought to be a lion. John J. McIIcury and wife tion at Louisville this week. little bet overwhelming majorities, as they ev- er conditions would permit. In some and Mr. Wayne Griffin have returned LARGEST NORMALSCHOOL IN THE SOUTH from a few weeks visit to rela Mr. Walter Q Hubbard has been er did anything. McKinley was sections where showers were frequent ter. Sue Wi Hams Miss is very sick. granted license to practice law. He IHCllSHUACHRVlttTiriCAJtoeiASSICCOUaSM. tsVoVSSe WASTES nominated and elected as a Protec- many farmers have stacked their tives end friends at Alton, Va. Mrs. Clara Taj lor and children, of is the only son of the late E. C. Hubcrops, and where this is the case was tor Smallhouse, are visiting friends and There has been a change in the bard, who was one ot the lawj ers in tionist, and the iact that he the of Protection threshing will be postponed for some relatives in this aud Sunday mail for Hartford. The mail Western Kentucky. Liberty nelgh-hood- s. Mr. Hubbard gave him success and not time. the maninow leaves Hartford at 5:30 o'clock, will enter at once upon the practice The price for No. a wheat, about of er.u.w.vo. whereas, heretofore it has been the Miss LIda Stevens, who has been Weekly nir.il the of his profession, which he lis thor- pulation the finance declaration in the elate of August 1st, average 66 arrives at 8:15. the platform so as to itiscrt the word Mr. R. II. Jones, otic ! the oldest son. same ns before. oughly prepared to do. We wish him gold. cents per bushel. Lost year, with a guest ot Miss Lelia Drake, of MuhlenIt i falstficat'on and fatuity nnd most reacted citizens in the , "Henry has many friends who are success. ot the amout berg county, und Miss Debbie Taylor, crop less than one-ha- lf Mr. John II. Nave, ot Louisville, to say that it was on error in McKinneighborhood, died nt the r sdeuce sorry to see him go, but feel sure that of the present one, the price averaged ot Smallhouse, has returned to her Mr. J. R. Latimer, who is represen- ley to stand as President on his rcc of his son, dipt. P. Jones, Thursday. his success is assured wherever he gave a barbecue for the benefit of his cents. The change In conditions home at this place. Augusts. He was 88 jcarsoldand goes. By hard work, close attention friends at the Phlpps farm last Suns ting the Stark's Nursery Co., has just ord as a Congressman. There was 46 Mr. Horace Taylor will begin a represents an improvement of nearly one of the best known men in this to business, courteous manners nnd day. A large number were in attend- received from his company samples no man ol common honest intelligence singing school at this place next Sat300 per cent. fair dealing, he has made n host of ance and spent a pleasant time. of apples und peaches, which are the who did not know that he would do section. urday, CORN. finest we have ever seen. Mr. Lati- just that thing, and there must be a B irn to the wife of Mr. John Ralph fi lends here and built a handsome Prof. S. C. Stevens, of Bowling Colic kills more horses than all The condition of the corn crop has sucmer is meeting with great success in yawning, soft place Iu the akull of . trade. We wish him unbounded July 29, a girl. Green, was the gust of his brother, diseases comother one who thinks he could or should Improved during July lrom 87 per A. C. Stevens, the Mrs. V. O. Coffman, Point Pleas-an- t, cess In his new field, and extend to bined. For a quick, safe and sure this section, owing to his gentleman9th. cent, on July 1st to 93 per cent, on visited relatives here last week. his father a hearty welcome to our remedy use International Colic Cure. ly way of getting along and the have done otherwise. If the RepubMiss Mary Rogers, Leltchfield, Is standing of his company. little city." lican party is to go on as the great August 1st. This, in lace of severe the guest of Mrs. Klmbley, Owensboro, Miss Mabclle J. P Coleman. For sale by Pate Bros., Hartford. party of patriotism, justice, public damage by drouth in sections, both is visiting Mrs. Fulkcrson. Mr.RIchard Plummer,whohas been JVoiIoe. In western and eastern portions of The people who use coal will do Rev. O. M. Wilson, pastor of the Master Clarence Barnett, Owensbo All Launday must be paid for when capacity and American principles, visiting at Rochester, returned Sunwell to call on J. J Foster, who is now Northern Methodist Church, located ind prevail in a series of adralnistras the State, which have been singularis spending a few days here. to, delivered hereafter or you won't get S. B. F. ly deficient In rainfall during July. day. Wedness your Laundry. lions, it will be indebted to the courat Beaver Bam, died Mr. R. Everly nnd wife, Point operating the Elijah Miller bank, 3 This Is especially true of the counties on the day morning of typhoid fever after an age and devotion to principle sagacis Pleasant, visited the family of Dr. J. miles sovrthwest of Hartford Lyman Wiixiams, Agt. There are a lot ot simpletons in 48 26t Point Pleasant road. ty and disregard of personal comfort of Warren, Hart, Logan, Davies, this country who think President llluess of only a few days. Bro. Wil. M. Everly Saturday nnd Sunday. j Ohio, Meade and Timble. son was a popular young preacher Mr. Horace Hockerdledat his home and private considerations McKinley Mrs. Jennie Elliott, Hopkinsville, McKinly will actually send an adOATS. i:trylotly nttended the burial ol her father, Mr. Is going to attend the old fashioned and had many friends all over his cir- near Beaver Dam yesterday morning displayed In placing in his inaugural vance agent to their doors and unload The oat crop Is short ol straw as a ot Consumption. He was a good man address the announcement that he cuit who will mourn his death. R. II. Jones, Saturday. prosperity In their households. And Barbecue to be given by J. R Herald rule, though the grain Is generally would summon Congress in extra sesand will be greatly missed. Miss Nellie Robertson, Smallhouse, nnd W. Whaleu on the High View these fellows belong to that class of good. Some damage by rain to the C. L. Glendinen, of the firm of Mr, sion on March 15, and that he had is visiting here this week. non workers and non.pusheis who Hill nt the foot of Blglslandon Green Taylor & Glendinen, is oneol the best crop In shock is reported, especial Court Not, confidence in Congress. The recon Mr. A. L. Baker, Cential City River, one mile nnd a half below the government owes them a Ben Boch vs. R. G, Her judgment structlon of the Tariff law was the mention of this is made in Todd coun- think photographers that has ever been in spent a few days here last week. living. Richmond Pantagraph, Cromwell, Saturday, August 28,1897. Hartford. Ills work is put up in for $2 50 task imposed upon that body, and ty. Fleming county reports considMiss Eddie Everly is visiting In There will be neither time or means by chinch bug, E. R. Ashby vs. Sam Rowe &c. manner and on the very best the gravest necessity was that the erable damage Louts. Point Pleasant. spared to make this one of the best material. He takes special pains to judgment for $300. uncertainties rf the provisions of the Threshing has just begun and posiThe mans see that every photograph suits his Barbecue of the season. Not much has been going on in Tariff were to be removed ns soon as tive information as to yield was not (liir-ll.nnUtlllit OF MISSOURI, agement will be governed by the old patrons. He has had large experts court this vyeek. practicable. If the inevitable, the ascertained. Mr. Arch O'Flaheity, who has been fashioned rules from start to finish. Hurt DUcat by Or. MIU Unit-e- d The acreage harvested as compared Is Cured of Nw Hurt Our. ence in the largest cities in the A O. Bridges vs. W. W. Austlp indispensable work had n6t been for some time connected with the reThis is a most delightful place to on trial yesterday. States. taken iu hand just as it was, aud with the acreage of 1896 is 81, there, portorial Voice of the Messenger, left have n barbecue. 2t The Cate rase was called yesterday pushed as it was, wc must have lost by showing the acreage seeded and hnving secured n position yesterday, Esqr- A. S. Aull has sold out at and will occupy u year, and the Republican party the acreage harvested to be about the Mr. O'Flaherty is on the Dispatch. Sulphur Springs and will leave text would have been beaten in the elec- same. uewspnpcr man and n blight young week lor Auburn, Ky., where he will TOBACCO. Economy and strength are comtion ol the second House of McKinwill rise in his profession Esqr. bined in Hood'B Sarsaparilla. Every ley's go into the drug business. The condition of the tobacco crop term. The President has done Aull has been a member of the Ohio bottle contains 100 doses and will avs his duty, nnd fulfilled his promises still contlnuues to be the one obstacle Fiscal Court the past three years and erage to last a month. nud the just expectations of people of to a uniform prosperous condition of Formerly I.Unl llcr Commercial, intuitgeuce has made a good official, Ohio coune, crops, the one speck ou the horizon Bowling The Park City Times, of So common In summer-timI. ty can ill afford to lose such citizens, even this NAIHIOMH. says: of energy, Green accompanied by loss The Democrats of this county are of the agriculturist; and but his many friends join In wishing Lest the progress of our embryo city determined to make the Populists may prove a blessing in disguise. Mr. T. II. Aull, of Auburn, an exmeans him succtss in his new home. lack of thought-powe- r, should escape the observation of a vote under the rooster. They have The largest production for the past perienced business man and druggist, a deficient supply of nourishbusy world I hasten to acquaint man- played the same old trick on them in several years, together with general has bought out Dr. William Turner's ment. The vital force Is lost. 1MIIM' I'M: IN ANT. deMr. Henry Condlt is on the sick kind In general with tne recent and other counties, yet they say they are stagnation ol business had so Big 8 drug store 011 State Street Old It isn't aquestlon of muscle and pressed the market that no grade 01 of the coming the-- friends of the Populists. The stock will be Invoiced beginning sinew, but of resistance and list, he is troubled with chills; and prospective upbuilding The was yielding a profit to the T. Coffman Is having metropolis of Ohio county. with the 5th of August, nnd Mr. Aall truth ol the matter Is that the Demo- tobacco age, but the family of A. endurance. At any wrote from With a certainty of a KATE ETTEtt Dr. II. F. Bean, of Vine Grove, a crats want to absorb the Populists and producer. a spell with chills and fever. will take chare about the 15th. Dr. It Involves in March last. "Two MKS. will devote his entire especially In youth, James Cox and family, visited the physician well nnd favorably known simply take that method to do so, but shortage in the crop of 1897 the price William Turner yeara ago 1 was severely troublod risk of lung disease. Loss family of John Cox, Saturday and by our people will locate here in a graifes has advanced to a point with my stomach and ktdnojs, and a (treat attention to the wholesale whiskey the the i Populists see the iclieme nnd of all are threatcough satlsfactoy prices are being aBllctlon so unnorved mo that my conditio few weeks. Sunday. business1 The Auburn. News says of of flesh and a . those who wish to hold their identity where bocarao alarming-- Tho telegraph brought a new as a party organization will not be obtained. ening signs. Mr. J. T. Moore will operi George Everly nnd Willie James Aull and his new deal: a prominent physician In a consultation MEADOWS. which rosultod In no benefit. I wont to have nccepted a position with the store here this fall, Jim Is a prince caught, "Our popular and efficient drunglst wiiuou The number of acres of timothy Wyoming for change ot cllmato uruugu of good fellows, and will be a welcome Jamestown Coal Co. T, II, Aull, will leave us September uonont, was I roUC I $10.00 IN GOLD. meadows cut as compared with 1896 mr4"b1 1 Virgil Brown tins gone into the addition to our town. hnrk in AtchUon where the Dr. Tur- - I 1, he having purchased O Hlcycle.OoU Watch. UUmonJ is j 'or, fsm I'hurses worked with me SxhoUrahlp iu Mr. Fitzhugh Renfrow will kindle V 90 perceut,, and the yield similarly ptck handle business wir, or 1'ructlcal lluuncu ner stock of drugs in the Park City, Uruughou'a niiit midday to keen 1 rY compared is 91 per cent. Oil, with the I College, NaJhvtlte. Teuu.,or Mr. Frank Buskill has gone to fires In the furnaces of his mammoth 8 will take poses-slo- n of Cod-livme bIIvo to reach my known ns the Big or a Khol. PASTURES AND LIVESTOCK. brick-kil'night, Mr. arililulu must anyTcxarkana. Tex.,butlucM colmeets these case3 Calhoon as stenographer for a law Saturday 7 MAMM.al friends hero. My Heart , other reputable of it September 1. a .M WW W Vt vH becamo so bad that my be kccurcd Pastures are excellent, showing an d Renfrow like most other shrewd and lege or literary tchool In the U. 8. caiithe Youth' perfectly. It tones up, fattens firm, we wish htm success. by doing Mile work at homo for "His father, A. S. Aull has friends ' .IttiHtftH IItmnn. I gave up U average condition of 97. The condl- Miss Willie Kiiubly has decided to successful business men in the party bcaan tuklng and strengthens. n half Inteiest In the Stock ' Hon of live stock is correspondingly pKSiUfi 1' nun nnd Nervine alter- - HH..I n Mliva ,, taste make her home with the family of ot ever shifting principles supported .,.y,1i,,Sir,e1BA5 time, lift In Scott's Emulsion the here nnd will come abiut that natcly and was restored to health. It U now r.T'r.uV?Vi,wb1.,0,rle,.c.S SM&&B2S benefited and the outlook Is reported Mr A J Buskill, we gladly welcome McKinley upon the principle that hi He is a registeied pharniacis and has of the oil is fully disguised, months since nnd I am perloctly well. Halter well Illustrated. Sample roplcaacut free. brlgllt, DOlll as 10 conilllion nud nros. drug-Addrcw Dr. StlleV Remedies are sold by all hail some twenty years experience be making It almost as palatable the you- - g lady and wish for her a election would bring better times, and A unwanted. Teuu. Youlln' Advocate Jsieuiioii thUpurwr ,iectSi for good demand and prices. gUU under ft positive guarantee, first bottU like u true patriot he proceeded after pleasant life In her new home. prescription counter. T'ae as milk. hind the boueliu or tnouey refunded. Hook on Heart LUCAS MOORE, V. 0. Coffman and Everly Bros, are McKinley's election to help make Uduct Your llowala With Vun,rtu. For 11I1 t wi and ti. by til drult. business hero will continue ns it has, and Norvoaseutfroo to nil applicants. Ind ( idr f'u.tiHrtie, euro coimlpatlsn uioier, Commissioner of Agriculture. A DOWN It, Ml. ClmaWt, Nw Vrk cutting a fine lot of saw logs. UK. MILK9 MlUllCAIiCO., UUtiart, I. C. times better by giving employment to IOc.Jo lie O 0 falUitruvKUUrituiuliaoiiey father will hnve control, Bcorr except the FAIR & COMPANY J4&ye io say ihis weei, n sctve of laborer? at from $t 00 to $2.50 a day. When our town is?unles city d infusions we etc goln to tlect 25 yards g' od calico foi $1 at J I',. Mr. Rtnfrow Minor for lite. And Fogle & Co's. say we tilrMnly have two distinctive co'ured $1 00 will buy a good pair of ladies and exclusive city milk; contingent mid nn occhioiihI 'Vctnp ' shoes nt J. E. Fogle & Co's. I In j'islice ti the When you come to couit via. Bcav though should darkles that they h.tVf 11.it took to cr Dam, call lor Field's bus. Gut Call on Bullltigtonfor ngoorLnhavc 11 prlcs otitof Fair& Co's "ad. ! Words that Mean Something. The 11 biggest business ever done in this county to be done this year. Notice the following and never complain of the high prices of y. Hilt I.mvo Ilia Mptlng. Sulphur Springs, Aug. 9 HartMlgliest Mono r rXvif-",- : ford RrruALCANHnving loomed some days ego that our friend nnd and fcllw citizens, Mr. A. S. Aull, our "0 Jn. old reliable drunrgi-t,has Id out und will move to Auburu to take charge of n dtug business nt that place. While we regret so very much to give him up wc wish him unbounded success and feel assured that he will be successful If fair and honest dealings has anything to do with it Mr.Aull iu one that wc feel wc cannot give up, V a good and conect business man and accomodating to all nnd it friend to the poor man. He has been a memMOST PERFECT MADE. ber ol our Fiscal Court for three yeats A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fn and has given good satisfaction, also from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant postsmaster for 16 or 18 years and to 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. the entire satisfaction of all parties. I.xriirtmi Wishing him success iu nil ol his The moit popular trip r the Htm-tre- r undertakings and a long life to the to Old Point Comfoit and the Hartford Rkpuhmcan. Res'y, - 7 ; s BAKING POWDER 1 TDooyr s .... e surf-bathin- g, to-d- Besides these we have a plete line of shoes, including shoos lor scnuui Get cannot be downed. thnt our prices on anything and you will find that we are the est house in Ohio county. the place. s, s e, FAIR & COMPANY, fl FrOpriotors, "HS353E55?gj s cal Mrs. Kate Etter o - - Mes-seng- Depression of Spirits I , ScoI5r.iubioR er hypo-phosphit- tl n tlv - , . I I H irtford i iiMi!iw'a.''jtjta!,j.u(iami'jmtnj 13, 1897. gJlia8tJ(llltlUlMUU!ijaLWIWJi'l I, 'I KinAYartford Republican. Off I l?RIi)AY, AUGl'Sl iNMIt'll K newest pattern and I think the fire we will useherewill surpass anything This was in the history of hades. built especially for thenienibeisof the SAM Su K TI10 I'nl III llwlr. "Gosh, but I had a hot time for awhile Inst night," remarked The Cnt yesterday morning, ns it enme in carrying n palm leaf fan. How did it hippcn? Why I dropped down to Hndes and had a talk with the Devil. Cats black cats jou know have always been regarded as lriends ot Satan, and it is true, but I had not call-- d on the old iel. for a long time. Guess it is because my society here n earth has been too genial to ren But he's n jovial der it necessary. chap, The Devil. As soon as the Head Imp ushered 111c into his Satanic presence, he said, 'Come in, my lriend, you're just in time. I was bout to take a lead julep when you knocked. Waltah, fix two, one for I see by your jy friend here. Ah,Danvilla. First ld that you're from parson I've met from that town, though I hope to see a greit many more later Danville, I am told, is a nice n. place. Never was there Started to go the last time I was in Hnrrods-burbut the folks at Harrodsburg Said the compea.lviscd me not to. tition iu my line was so great there that I would not tuake expenses. So I passed by Danville and went to Stanlord, where Joe Waters showed Nice fellow, Joe, but ate the sights. he writes horrible poetry horrible. When he lands here what I will do to kirn will be in the nature of a painful abundance.'" g, Uke Mlloumcsi, dyspepsia, headache, constipation, sour stomach. Indigestion are promptly cured by Hood's Tills. They do their work Liver Ills IIC ' mir. in -lliiiiui.iiiMiii--in1imriiTrT-ffifnrrmrr-rrrri- THE WONDERS T.'trtg Troubles nnd OF SCIENCE, Consumption can Gonoral Directory. STATK OPI'tCtALS. .i..mm..wt, last Kentucky Legislature. In addition to the different modes of torture to be inflicted at Intervals of ten minutes during every twenty four hours, the spirits will have an election for senator every day nt noon Extra for the next million yen is. precaution will be taken, of course, to prevent these spirits from taking possession of Hades nnd electing one of their number to any place,' said the Devil, 'and the nillltla will always be It is n tough lot, held in readiness and I objected very much to the order for this addition for their accomodaSome authorities bppcar to tion. think that the Devil can stand everything. I hope you will excuse me now,' remarked th Devil, as an Imp handed him a note written on a sheet 'There is a of red hot boiler plate. sow going on over in the Populist Department nnd I must go and see These Pops give me more about It. trouble than all the rest of hell put togeth." Harrigcr, in Danville Advocate. be cured. An Eminent New YorW Chemist and Scientist Makes a Free Offer to out Renders, Governor William O. Bradley. Liout. Governor W. J. Worth-ingto- AN OPEN LETTER WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD ,'CA8TORIA," AND " PITCHER'S OASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK. easily and thoroughly. ?11 Best after dinner pills. Wp 1 S cents. All druggists. Prepared by 0. I. Hood & Co, Lowell, Mass. The only rill to take with Hood's Sarsaparllla. 1 Hood's To MOTHERS. W I ONE OF TWO WAYS. The bladder was cheated for one purpose, namely, a receptacle for the urine, and as such It Is not liable to any form of disensi except by one of two was The first way Is from imperfect "action of the kidneys. The second way is from careless local treatment of other diseases. CHIEF CAUSH. ning overtime tor several centuries and no opportunity had beeu given He had several for repairing them. new departments, though, that were very near ready for use which he was very anxious to bring to my atten tiou. We started down Politician Street, which runs all the way through Hades for two hundred and ten thousand miles. 'This street, you will observe,' remarked the Devil, 'is badly crowded, and I don't know what lam Politicians have been going to do. pouring here for centuries and if the supply does not diminish soon we will have to build an annex for that branch of the business. I made a small addition last fall. You will see it just to the left. It is a very fine room and we intend making our first experiments there with a patent fire the hottest yet discovered that the Heat Office has been working on for That room is for the some years. We expect Sound Money Democrats. a train load or so of them about the And speaking middle of November. aViut the additions to Polititian Avenue, one thing that has been worrying the Building Committee is where we are going to find quarters for the free silver spirits when they begin ooming In. The secretary of Hot Blasts suggested that for the present they be put in the Sound Mouey Fur nace, but I thought this would be punishment greater than they deserved, and so we have about decided to give them temporary quarters with the Toll Gate Raiders,' remarked the Devil." IN LAWYER'S STREr.r. Unhealthy urine from unhealthy "Tho Devil rattled on at this rate kidneys is the chief cause of bladder fjr sometime,'! said the Cat, "and troubles. So the womb, like the bladder, was created for one purpose, after he had disposed ot some four and if not doctored too much is not lead and lunched on a liable to weakness or disease, except points of hot bucket or two of melted pig iton, he in rare cases. It Is situated back of asked me If I wo'uld'nt like to take n and very close to the bladder, theie-for- e any pain, disease or inconvenlook through Hades. He said I must ience manifested in the kidneys, back, thlcgs, however, bladder or utinary passage is often, excuse the looks of as the spirits in the hired girl depart- by mistake, attributed to female ment had been on a strike and he was weakness of womb trouble of some behind in his spring cleaning. The sort. The error is easily made nnd may be ns easily avoided. To find fish liar furnaces, especially, needed out correctly, set your urine aside for overhauling, as they had been run twenty four hours; a sediment or setON I'OUTICIAN tling indicates kidney or bladder trouble. The mild and the extraor dinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, and the great kidney, and bladder remedy is soon realized. If you need a medicine you should have the best. At druggists fifty cents and one dollar. You may have a sample bottle and pamphlet, both sent lree by mail. Mention the Hartford Re- runr.lCAN and seud your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. The proprietors of this paper guarantee the genuineness of this of fer. lakc. "As we strolled down Politician Street," continued the Cat, "I watch ed the signs carefully upon both sides of the thoroughfare, noting 'Democrat,' 'Prohibition.' Greenbicker,' on hundreds of doors, but not a siugle 1 finally cilled 'Republican label. the Devil's attention to this. 'Yes, 1 forgot to tell you how this occurs. We have several millions of Republic ans on the rolls, but now and then we send them to earth to take part In elections. Last fall my lriend Hanna wrote to me and said he would need every Republican in Hades to help him In November, and so I let them go. I understand, however that since the election they are all anxious to get back, but the agreement was that they were to remain on earth until (mother Democratic President was So they will not get back elected. lor nearly four years. Here,' continued the Devil, as we turned a corner nnd entered a very wide avenue which vai so hot that even the Devil began to perspire, 'is Coal Dealer's Aveuue Pretty warm, alnt it? We.ire nrrang Ing to make it hotter, however, when the Danville contingent arrives Here This, too, we enter lawyer's Iwe I got nowill have to be enlarged. tice the other day that after the first d of July no more Inwjets would to Paradise and wis oidered to prepare for double duty in this line I have a terrible time with this de The spirits have give nu ivutmetit mote trouble than the milliners. Tliej are all the time referring me to .somi former dtclsioit or talki.ig nbout up paliuir it to a hagher court I wish something would happen to take tin. whole lot off my h.tnds,' s iM the Davil " bead-milte- NKW TOKTIMItS "Alter we had gone thiough fiw-yer- 'a l,ane, Milliner's .Avenue, Phy Bicliu's Row and Plumber's Alley," continued the Cat, "Vc came to 8 vry recent addition. It hail not been ustil fit nil ami looked as if hid been 'Yes, built with Chpcclal cre. the Devil In answer loan iwjul ry of mine, 'this has jut been com Here wt pitted by bpcinl icmicst. have placed nil the luU't Implemented tot tu re. The itiachinny Is of tht Ul A t'oiiillliilloiiiu Amendment, The general assembly has proposed an amendment to the constitution which is of great importance to the cities and towns ot the state. We reproduce it: "The general assembly may, by general laws, provide for taxation by municipalities of property other than lands and improvements thereon, based on income, license or franchise, which may be either iu addition to or in lieu of ad valorem taxes thereon." The proposed amendment is to be submitted to the voters of Kentucky at the next November election. As will be seen from it terms, if it should be adopted it would vest in the legislature the power to amend the char ters of the various towns nnd cities of this state so that they could adopt either the ad valorem system ol taxas tion alone, or conjointly with taxes on licenses, incomes nnd franchises in raising revenue lor municipal purposes. It will not nfiect the rights of the state and the counties to levy nnd collect taxes under the present ad valorem system, but It will give the cities' and towns ot the state the light In taxing themselves for purely municipal purposes to assess the niunicl pal taxes on the ad valorem principle, or substitute for it n tax on incomes, licenses, etc , in the judgement of the local authorities. It will bring a larg er nmouut of revenue to the state government and at the same time promote and develop the material interest ol the cities and towns. It is really the refinement cf the principle so as to bring of local it down to municipal government in dealing with their local afhlrs. The complaint against the operation of the present ad valorem system as applied to municipalities is that it operates disastrously upon new euterptises, and drive away certain forms of taxable property, and changes, or prevents, Investments in enterprises which are rendered unprofitable on iccount of the burden ol municipal taxation Take, for instance, the manufacturing enterprises ol the city j( Louisville, nnd the takes, altogether, amount to nearly 21-- 2 percent on the invetmen, which place them at a disadvantage, nnd the same rule tpplles as to capital invested in certain branches of the mercantile busU ness. It the cities and towns wete empowered to require innnnfacturing tnd other business enterprises to pay taxes In proportion to t'ler cunins, on a tax un their incomes, it would result iu investments In new manufacturing cnterprisjs, which would uld millions of dollars to the taxable vcallli ol the state, increase the state icveiiue, and at the same time build lp the cities in wealth and papulation, and 'ncrease their revenues. As t is, these iiHcatntents go where they ;an get superior ndvantges. Statistics will show the ad valorem lystem ns applied to municipal taxation has prevtntrd the investment of capital in enterprises inour cities and towns, and caused iuvtutors to Invest It has checked the growth f the towns and cities In this state, md ha3 built up other cities and There are '.owns at their expense nboiers Idle who would Ic employed. louses vacant that would be filled, ind tenements occupied with utiprofi-- 1 t, t ing investments caused V ,, qualities nnd the injustice ut uiunici pal taxation. It has aided lu deprcs-in- g the value of 1e.1l estate and In checking municiptl growth. Assessments have been made on certain forms of investments that have caused the holders of such investments to chnng their investments to other cities, because they can not stand the 2 percent ad valorem tax for state, municipal and county purposes. One of the most difficult propositions to deal with iti devising a system of taxation Is the tax on personal property. There is no chance for real estate to escape, bes cause it can not be concealed. So fir as the ad valorem system is concern ed, it works well enough on that species of property; but when it comes to dealing with corporations which own valuable franchises, and with persons who have large incomes, and with certain kinds of business where the license is of great value nnd the Investment is small, in order to devise the best system of taxation for revenue, and at the same time to build up the commercial and manufacturing interests of the state, it is necessary for the city authorities to be able to apply other systems of taxation, either in lieu of or in addition to the nd valorem. It is to the interest of the taxpayers generally in this state that the taxable property of the state should be increased as much ns possi ble, because the burden of each tax-p- a er becomes less as the taxable values increase. This amendment i9 to be voted on at the next general election, and it is a sul ject to which the attention of the voters of the state should be directed by the newspaper pres3 It is n question which should be thoroughly discussed and understood, and be voted on intelligently by the people. There is no room for argument about the proposition that the general effect of the adoption ol the nmendment would be to increase the taxable wealth ot the state, and correspondingly decrease the burden of taxation on the general taxpayer who does not pay municipal taxes. The merchants aud business men of our cities and towns must be able to meet the competition ofthe merchants nnd business men of the cities and towns of other states which are their rivals in trade. The Dispatch commends this proposition to the consideration of its read-etasks n calm and dispassionate consideration ol the argument in its support. It is a matter ot great interest to the city of Louisville, and to the other municipalities of the state, and thenpplicntion of the principle in the smaller incorporated towns must not only result beneficially to them, but to the people of the entire state. It the amendment propose to interfere with the right or the power of the state and thecounties to levy and collect taxes for state and county purposes The Dispatch would oppose It; but as it will not interlere with the power of the state and the counties in this matter, and applies only to the municipalities, the Dispatch will favor the adoption of the amendment, believing that it will increase the taxable values of the state, aud will build up the manufacturing and mercantile Interests of the cities and towns of the state, which are closely allied and beneficial to the agricultural interests. From the Louisville Dispatch, a s, Soirotnryof Stale Charles Fitiloy. Attorney Gctiornl W. 8. Taylor. uditor Samuel II. Btono. Treasurer Geo. V. Long. Commissioner ot Agriculture, HorThe distinguished New York Client Stntistlcs Lucna nnd i t, P. A, Slociliu, demonstrating his ticulture disenvtry of n reliable nnd nhsoluto Mooro. Superintendent Public Inalruution-Ge- o cure for Consumption ("Pulmonary M. Davi'on. Tuberculosis)jnd nil bronchial, throat, Register Land Office Clms. 0. lung nnd chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, generil llprnnlil. Ii'isiirnnco Bureau Coiumissiuiier-- D. decline and weakness, loss of fltsli, and conditions of wasting nwnv. will W. ComitiRoro. send THREE PREE BOTTLES (ill Adjutant General U. It Collier. different) of his New Discovery to nny Siato Librarian Mrs. Mury Brown nfll'ctai reader of Thk RiirunuCAN Day. writing for them. ItAIUtOAl) COMMIBHf KKKS. His "New Scientific Treatment" T110 C. Wood, clinirmnn; J. P. has cured thousands permanently by its timely use, and lie considers it n Dempsey, II. S. Irwin. Secretary simple professional duty to suffering Samuel F. Brown. humanity to donate a trial ot his in CONCirtESetorJAL. fallible cure. Senators Hon. William C. Lind Science dally develops new wonders, nnd thisgrc.it chemist, patient- say, lion. J. U. o. Jilnckiiurn. ly experimenting for years, has proRepresentative Fourth District duced results as beneficial to hum.iiil Hon. John W. Lewis. ty as can be claimed by any modern STATK LKMISLATUIIK. genius His assertion that Iungttoub Senator Hon. A. D. James. les nnd consumption are curable in Representative Ohio County Hon. any climate is pioven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude, "filed in his Amer C. M. Burnett. lean nnd European laboratories in OHIO COUNTY. thousands from those cured in nil parts of the wurld CIKCUIT COUItT. Medical nxperts concede that bron- Hon, W. Tt Owen, Judge Owcus- chinl, chest nnd lung troubles lend to boro. Consumption, which, uninterrupted, Hon, J. Edwin Bowo, Attorney means speedy and ceartaiu death. Oiveupboro. M Simply write to T A Slocttm, T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hnrtfo'rd. C, 98 Pine street, New York, giving G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. postolUce and express nddress, nnd B. D. Bingo, Master Commissioner the free medicine will be promptly Hnrtiord. sent. Sufferers should Instant advantage of his generous proposition. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Please tell the Doctor that you saw Hartford. his offer in the Rrpuiimcan. Cal. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. Samuel Keown Hartford Deputies Investigate Dr. Bell's Peppermint Joo Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. Chill Telle. It leaves no evil alter Bishop, Centerlown; S. T. Stevens, effects. It cures chills permanently. Cromwell. Court convenes first Monday in For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro March aud August and continues three weeks, nud third Monday in May and At this seasou of the year tlie blaz- November two weeks. ing sunshine is very trying on the COUNTY COUrtT. optic nerves and often causes granuJohn P. Morton, Judge Hartford. lated lids. Sutherland's Eagle Ee I). M. Hockcr, Clerk Hartford. E. P.Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Salve Is a positibe cure. 25c a tube Court convenes first Monday at all dealers. For bale by 5C. Wayne each month. Griffin & Bro. PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," tho samt on everV that has borno and does now wrapper. bear tho facsimile signature of This is tho original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been used in the homes of tho Mothers of America for over thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is n W the hind you have always bought wrapand has tho signature of per. No one has authority from mo to use my name except Tho Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Flotchor is , DR. SAMUEL was tho originator jf saju 6c45&fcx' f w$PWf 'March 's, 1S97. ad &U- - Do Not Be Deoeived. 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 even lie docs not know. FAC-SIMIL- "The Kind You Have Always Bought" BEARS THE E ' SIGNATURE OF ULaSSFAeZGu UM ' W " T Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You. p 1 1 iiif tilmm l'OR EVEKY member ot EVERY family on EVERY furm, in EVKKYvillngciii EVERY State ami Territory. CASTOR A I 'or Infants and Children. Tisfis- - Becinson tho third Monday Jnnuary, April, July and October. COUUT QUArrrEitLY couiit. in j. tttu3PflVCZ1 Or Cf.AIUJ!. Conveues first Monday iu Jaauary, aud Tuesday after tho seoud Monday iu October. OTHEIl COUNTY OKFICKItS. yrafffti 1 JOK Ua'oaaHoii, , FOR Xt.ble Manhood, FOR True Woiiuuhooil. G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur dpitsii Springs. ci N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Z. H. ShulU, School Sujit. HartTo make the complexion good and ford. L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur the breath sweet, use Dr. Bell's Peppermint Chill Tonic. It purifies the Springs. Poorhouse C. R. Campbell, blood, rids you of malaria and is an Keeper, Hartford. upbuilding tonic, aiding digestion. justices' coukts. Pleasant taste and pleasant e fleet. It March U, June 1, SepA. S. Aui-i- . is guaranteed to cure chills permantember I, December 1. ently. For sale by Z, Wayne Griffin Jo.vtB. Wiijson March G, June 5, September 4. December 4. & Bro. 12, C. L. WooiWAitu March Kxriir-loiJune 11, September 10, December 10. Jas. A. Bowun March '20, June Ketitncky Trotting Horse Breeders' 18, December 18. Association, Lexington, Ky,, on sale It), September R. F. GitAVa March 25, Juno Oct. 4 to 16, 197, good till Oct. 18th 20, September 23, December. 24. to return, $5 55. liverTbodj' Buys So. wonAnnual Meeting Young People's CaicnreU Cindy Cathartic, the motj!eJ-anU10 Christian Union Presbyterian Church, derful 1neO.lc.1l Ofcoery ofUle. vie, ccntlyt act and rotreslilnc to tho . II ev urnl lioweli, Indianapolis, Aug. lS to 23, 1897, ami iKMltlrcly on dispel rolilt, cleaning tho entire aju-nitickets on sale Aug 17 and 18, good euro lienlnclie, fovcr, lialiltual ointltloa lny ami try Xmx till Aug. 24 to return with privilege anilO.blllou.no.il. Plra Z .Oicnu. KoiJunJ or C. 0. tonlay; IU, of excursion till Sept. 12 1897, $6,65. guaranteed to euro by till ilnnl.ti. National V.ticanipiuent Sons ol Indianapolis, Sept. 9 to n, '97, tickets on sale Sept. 8 and 9, good till JYa- Sept. t6 to return at $6 6$ Encampment UnionVeteran League ) Columbus O , Sept 22 and 23. 1897, tickets on sale'Sept 21 and 22 good till Sept. 28 to return, ?lo 25 Meeting Grand Lodge K ol P , Frankfort, Ky., 0:t. 16 to 22, ticWts on tale Oct. 18 and 19, goo I till Oct, KLVS CRKAH IUT.M in upoiltlrtcar.. Apply lnt the nctrlli. It la quickly absorbed, au II. Mkkiuck, 23 to return, $4 80 cnU at Drnzjr'.L or by mall ; tamplet 10c. by nalU Agt, Beaver Dam. XLT IlKOTHKItfl, M Warroa BL, New Tork Clif . llnlli , Vet-erau- s, &&& It it sriry IT gives nil important news of tho Nation. n important iiowb ol tlm World. tho most reliable market reports. IT given brilliant nnil instruct! vo editorial. IT gives fafcitiatinj short stories. IT gives ail unexcelled agricultural department. It gives scicntifit and mechanical information. IT gives illustrated fashion nrticlcs. 1 F gives humorous illustrations. IT gives entertainment to young and old. IT gives Fatisfaction everywhere to everybody. Wo futuisb THE REPUBLICAN aud NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE, both papers IT pivca IT gives ONE YEAR Address all orders to tho Room 2, Tribune Building. New York City, and sample copy olTHU NKW YORK WBBKLY TRIBUNE will he mailed to you. HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, Hartiord, BLy. Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. n KliS MUHCIftL S. E, Cor. COLLEGE SHORTHAND INSTITUTE 3533Q.tyct3Q.oe 5th and Market Sts, Aflorils the best facilities for thoiough practical training in SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING and BOOICKBEIMNG. Succrss assured in alUJJ tever on gstia St. - Louisville, Ky. THREE MONTHS. Terms moderate. Pupils assisted to POSITIONS when competent Business men furnlnlied Stenographers I'RKE OF CHARGE. 31. 3ES.I3NTC3-- . 3-JST- Prln- June 1, 1897. iou't Tnkarco Slt and Smoke luur IJfe iwaj. To quit tobacco easily and (orever, be mag nctlc, lull ot ll(o, ncrto and lgor, taVe tlio wonder uorler, that makes wcalt men strong. All druggists, 50o or II. Cure nuaraa-Iced- . Ilooklot and sample free. Address Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or New York. my Notwithstanding our burnt-nu- lp Do you want any i EH $5 S3 t Best quality of Steel nud ('hilled Plows. Both Wnlkiiigaml Riding IlraVr w Corn Drill, Check-roPlanferc, Riding and Walking Cultivators with and You Mini lour (JrniullHllior without tongue1, Disc Harrow?, Fencing Wire plain and barbed. Osbarno Are removed from t nch other by a Moners and Binders(IItiber Threshing Maclihie,Truction etigines. All above span of many ears. Henraveld in Implements nro guaranteed to be of the best quality. First-clas- s repairing a slow going stage-coawhile you of g n specialty, also a full lino of all kinds done promptly. take the lightning exptess or the fertilizers You will find us atjour aUlJstand on First and for tobacco. electric car. When ne was bisk he Railroad St. Come in and see us. was treated by old fashioned methods and given old fashioned medicines, but you demand modern ideas In BEAVER DAM, KY. medicine ns well as in every thing else Hood's Sarsaparllla is the medicine ol todiy. It is prepared by modern mttliols and to its preparation nre brought the skill and science. ot modern knowledge ch Horse-shoein- Fanning' Implements. lnit July we nro still headquarters lor nil kinds ot PRINTING? I fa If you do, we arc ready to re- & eeive your orders forary thing if in that line. Letter Heads, Ilill Heads, We print Note Heads, Statements, Circulars, Dodgcts, Horsa Bills, luck BlllH. WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, Business Cards, VUltlng Cards, Wuldinr Invitations, Prescription Blanks, 9 In fact everything that you want printed. All work first-clas- fe M j3 s Q K Hood's Sarsapirill.t acts promptly upon the bloud Jnd by unking pure, rich bood it Hires disease and establishes good health. If?WHO IS YOUR TAILOR? 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