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Yet the life of every Expectant Mother is beset with dancer and all ef fort should be made to avoid it. so assists nature in the change taking place that the Expectant d no BMITUCDI Theresois full word bwi o sag'i of mcfuiimi anu ituout which sucn tonuer nun 3 J7 . i T . . . T . . I HE ilARTiUKJ) .- nr . -, -- - Mimi ICAN. 1897. "Nothing: else like it" t The most refreshing and pleasant Soap lor the skin. ornciAL or.an or the party the mm congressional district, No. 4. $100 GIVEN AWAY To tho Most Popular Toaoh-or- s of Ohio Countr. lias always been friendly to tho icaulicn ut Ohio county, and lias nl ways received substantial aid Irom tliem and wo liavo now determined to civo flOO.OO in pres ents to tbo teachers in a voting cont test. Wo have four prizes, vnlucd nt 30, 825, 825 and 820, which wo aro going to give away. Wo nro going to allow tho teachers and pcoplo to say who shall havo theso presents. Two of tbo prizes will bo given to tho two most popular lady teachers and two will bo given to tho two most popular gentlemen teachers. Wo will pub-i- 9h overy week two coupons in The and nil votes must be used ob printed. It makos no difler-en-co how you get hold of the paper, just bo you use the printed form as no other will ho counted. Tho prlaoe will bo distributed as follows: 1. To the young lady teacher who receives tho largest number of votes wo will givo ono of Goo. F. Cram's New Universal Globes, valued at 830. It is the finest Globe that is made. 2. To tho young gentleman teacher whoreooives tho largest number of votes wo will givo ono of Cram's Now Universal Alias, valued at $26. 3. Torthe young gentleman teacher who receives the second largest number of votes, we will give a scholarship in King's Commercial College of Lousriile, valued at ?25. . To Hi young lady ta4hw who receives the tecond lajajrtst number ef votes, wo will give a scholarship w Kenyon College at Hodgensville, valued at 820, making in all a total of 8100 to give to the teachers. Wo have made arraneemeuts with 8upt. Shultz to tako charge of voting contest, to open tho ballot box, count tho votes, &c, The contest will close on the last day of tho Ohio County Teachers Institute, which will be held some timo in August. The voting will be perfectly fair, and Mr. Shultz, together with his Board of Examiners,, will count the votes and the prizes will bo awarded that day. Go to work and vote for your choice. Rend all votes to Z. H. Shultz, Hartford, Ky., and he will put them in tho ballot box. We can furnish exfra copies of The Kepuh-lioa- n to anyone who wants to vote at 5c per copy. If you want many copies, leavo your order a week before Mother's !' VOL. X. HAItTFOltD, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, f' works (or one ol the best families in the bottom, nnd it was this family who had some tiigh toned young men ' from Louisville visiting them. They came down to see the girls, and, ol course, brought their bicycles along. When not using thcirlieclstley put tliciii and one day John concluded he would like to ''.inline one 'in wheels." He was not content with spinning the pedal aud squczing the tire. He gently slipped his leg over the saddle "jes see ' 1 The wheel started down the cud." steps, and John couldn't get cither foot on the pedal. Down below the family and, as John says, the "rces-tkrat- ik friends," were eating dinner. Imagine, if you can, what a furor was created when John nnd that wheel landed In the middle of the table, when they had been going at a sixty-mile gait. On being asked why he got on the wheel John relied: "I 'clarc 'fore God nevah got on it. I jest wnlkln' by an' hit tried to (oiler me, en 1 grabbed hit when hit were passlu'." Hawesville Clarion. I araNBBBg TffrrVlrffitaWTii! "..Jff.fi?,'; DOLLAR WHEAT Cent And Twenty-Fiv- e Silver Looked for By Mother is cna-801- dread, suffering or gloomy forebodings, to the hour when she experiences the joy of Motherhood. Its use insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child, and she is found stronger after than before confinement in short, it "makes Childbirth natural and easy," as so many have said. Don't be persuaded to use anything but Senator Stewart. He Says There is Nothing in Talking MOTHER'S FRIEND Silver and Calamity. by the use of their musical talents. If it were not for muiic, what a dull nnd stupid world this would be? whnt nn nwful prisoti of Bilent aud unconscious misery would we take our lives iu, Before they had sand and played one tune a great crowd had gathered. There seemed to be something the niuMc that was charming, and the people seemed to be enchanted hy the lylhetmic sounds that went out from the poor nlHcted husband and wife. It wns not long'until the bystanders began to drop pennies, nlckles and dimes into the little cup that swung Wc on Ihcjriolin for that purpose. stood there for some time charmed with the pleasure of listening to them until nt Inst they struck time to At this in"Home, Sweet Home." stance we iiotiredthc tears began to trickle down the' cheeks ol a certain' "My wlfo suffered morn In ten minute with cither of her other two chil- l.Xl'I.OIH.S Till'. IIUYAN PAI.I.AL'Y. dren than (ho did altogether with her s last, Ii.ivlnic previously used four of Mother's Friend. It Is a A New York special to the Cincin nny one expecting to blessing to reports an a MOTHER," saysn customer. nati Coinuicrclal-TiibuuIIkndckson Dai.k, Carml, Illinois. Interviews with Senator Stewart, of Nevada, which, if correct, is signifior DrURpliU at 11.00, nr rent tijp mall on rf lpt of price. Wrlto for book contaliilneiotlinonlali cant. The special says: aim valiuulo Information ror all Mothers, free Senator Stewart, of Nevada, has Th Bridfltld Drsalator Co., Atlanta, Os. been looking Into Wall street for sevWho can think to sec Wanted-- An almpla Idea nf ftoniapatrolr eral days reportswhat foundation there IhlBt to is for the ol confidence and acrrnlct your Idcani tiw may brlnf you waltb. ny. WthtfltuD, I. c, for IliHr tjl.Bi) iiriso offer tivity. The old silver Senator has u4 lUt m two Lundr4 lurentloua wfcnfeO. conic out in an interview in which he says he would not be surprised to see oAERGHANT wheat go up to one dollar and silver down to twentysfive cent. He acknowledges that it is useless (or silver men to howl hard times nnd ca lamlty, and the only thing to do Is to wait and sec II the improvement is a thing. Said Senator permanent 5H Stewart: There is no room lor pessimism in this country. Np one can be n bear in the face of the wheat famine in V. 0. AUSTIN, M'g'r., Argentina, Russia, Hungary and C31 West Market Stroot lio India. In view of this condition t abroad I would not be surprised to twnoiiSth und Otli, cents see silver us low as twenty-fiv- e and wheat as high as one dollar. There Is nothing in talking silver nt the ptcscnt time, and my advice R. L. I1AKKR j to my Iriends In the West Is fall Into AND Clkrks: 1 T. O. BAKKR. line with the forces of prosperity and progress and receive their due share Dental Co., Louisville passed of the reward. The time-ha- s lor the old Issue and new condtion. The wheat situation In the West will make every railroad In the West not only a dividend earner, but a dividend payer. "Railroads that have been moribund for years arc now taxed to their i lullest capacity, and arc still unable to accommodate the trafic. I am told there is imminent danger of a car famine on many of the most important lines traversing this coun. hot-tiee (iwmm USTII jl HOTEL Frank I. Cheney makes oath that lie is tnc senior partner ol tne lirm ot F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business iu the City of Toledo. County and State aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of OPI5 HUNDRUD DOLLARS for each and ever case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use oi Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENF.Y. Swotu to befote me nnd subscribed in my presence, this 6th day ot December, A. D. 1896. -- s . , A. W. GLI5ASON, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucons surfaces of the system. Send (or testimonials, free. F. J. CHENKY Si CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists 75c, Hall's Family Pills are the best. JiikI I.lhnAIIBrlil. The Ohio Republican nnd sound money papers are gurgllngwith goul-is- h glee over the discovery that John R. McLean, the owner of that violent free silver organ, the Cincinnati Enquirer, and the free silver aspirant lor the United States Senate, makes all contracts payable to himself in a form which requires their payment iu gold coin. This places McLean in nn extremely embarrassing position, but it is noticed that he does not attempt to make any denial ol the charge. In deed It would be difficult to deny successfully, as a copy oi the bond taken from the records of the Distilct of Columbia has been printed, and carries McLean's name at the masthead, and in large letters promises to pay the bond, principal and interest, in "gold coin of standard weight nudfincness," The bond Itsell is a long one.hut Its opening paragraph is worth reading. Here It is: Statu 01' Ohio, City oi Toledo, ss Lucas County. 1 1 j skyl j Louisville, Ky. v'v 4W.M.M try." "Are the people In the West alive to this new situation?" "The people In the West are wide awake. With their immense crops they will be able not only to liquidate their indebtedness, but will inaugurate a buying movement that will surprise the people in this part of the OWENSBORO,KY. Gold Crowns f 5 to $7 Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Best set ot teeth (no better made no matter how much you pay) . $3 Gold fillings $1 up Silver filling 75c Kxtracting, per tooth 25c Painless extracting with Vitalized country. Air 50c "I think that hy the lute fall the Extracting free when Artificial truth of what I said and reiterated Teeth are ordered. Office permanentduring the campaign will be generally ly located. recognized, nnd that lit that there can Wanted-Wde- a be no general prosperity In thi.i counprotect your lAeiuj thr m&y hrlag you wtallh try that is not born and sustr.incd in Writ JOHN WEUnEHUUUN ft CO Patent WtubloR-touI). O,,for tbLr $i,au nrlso vfftr the West." ami lUt ot two bnnUred InTeaMoaa wanletf. "Then you think silver may go down to twenty-'iv- e cents and wheat go up to ! dollar?" "Yes, I do." . Senator Stewart has been the most vigorous fighter for silver in the country or many years, and has always maintained heretofore that silver and wheat would keep paceTvith each other, and when wheat went up silver would advance also. THE COLUMBIA ATHLETIC CLUB oi the District ot Columbia. First Mortgage 5 S3 Attor-na- per Cent Gold Bond JJih ?y& jMJifi ' 2rJzma$& aStS HILL TDNIC WARRANTED. PRICE Hi. rnrli MeJlclDO Co., toldI411U, We TASTELESS IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. EOcts. OALATIA, ILLS., NOT. 10, 1801. Mo. lui jear. COO bottloa ot Uentlemem TA6TKLKX8 CHIUi TONIO Mvl hlT ClUOVK'iJ butubt threo KruM already this ynar. In nil our vz perieuco u! II yean, la tba drug- butlneM. oaf hiM an article that lime lucb unit craal autl tUUu m ruur Tuulc. luun truly, Aii.ftv.CAnn AGO. For Value Received, the Columbia Athletic Club cf the District of Columbia hereby acknowledgs itself indebted, and hereby agrees to pay to John R. McLean, or the bearer hereof on the first day of March, 1909, One Thousand Dollars, in Gold Coin ol the United States, of the present stnndard wejgbt and Fineness, at the Citizens' National Bank of Washington, at the City of Wnsblngton, and interest thereon in like gold coin at the raie ol five per cent per annum, on the first days of September and Tito Nrgm nnit tlio I Icyclo Funny things luqiuntly happen, March ol each and every year, on the but they are not nlwaj s told. Here production and surrender of the piop-e- r coupon hereto annexed. is a good one probably not ns gcod as the one told by the Skillmnn correspondent. In the lower bottom is We quarrelled for that I refused to kill an old-tiSouthern negro who lives for festlbules aud watermelons, and A bold mosquito that had ta'eu his fill Upon her solt nnd luscious cheek, for I who opens his mouth when he laughs. No reason saw why he, poor chap, This "nigger" is John Mills. He should die For merly doing that which I would give My life to do. aud so I let him live. NEW WAY. "'Tis well,'' quoth she, majestic in her scorn, As with head high she left me all forTOMEN wed YYlolhlnk "fo- - H lorn, mala diseases "That I should learn before it is too oould only be late treated alter "loThe Uind oi man reserved for me my examinations" by cians. gentleman; now. he steps up to the blind man nnd drops a piece ot silver into his little cup, and resumes his place ol standing, with lips quivering and countenance that seemed to indi- ion. cate sorrow and disappointment, he In Curo Conatlpatlon ForoTnr. exclaims that he had been gone fouriai.t'.u.raictg Candv Cathartic. 10a orlSe. 10 cure, urucgisia rciunu mot,cy teen years nnd had not since that i v. u. time seen the old home stead. His saying this made us think about our KKu In Hlicnt Ntopi n Convention. The hich price being paid for wheat dear old Home that nt that time was in this great wheat producing counin the upper patt of this county. It try is having a disastrous effect upon was humble, but yet it was a home. the Fayette county Democrats and How many young men do we see the fice silver cause. For weeks tbe leaving home each year to seek a for- Democrats have been advertising a tune in the far west? How olt, too, convention ot Fayette county Demoin leaving home do we forget all crats and iriends oifree silver coinage about the kind aud tender 'parents to come ofT this afternoon. There, that caressed them, until, perchance. suit was that not enough turned out a similar incident occurs to the one to hold .1 convention, and they ad just related by us? journed to September 4. Cleveland May the young man who is now Leader. wandering in some lonely wilderness, penniless and alone, think for one time ol mother. How faithful were her loving hands iu supplying his How she exposed herself to wants. the trials of lite for his comfort and happiness. How she sat up at night wnlklnir to fro. while he was slek. Then again may he think ot father, I wuu uuuug iuc iiui anu suury auai-mdays so untiringly toiled that he I might, by the sweat of his face, earn ' something to make his family and that would supply their wants. Surely no young man who is away from home can think of all these things witout creating an anxieIs the external Indication of a ty on his part to return to tbe ones of the blood which produces a whose love he has always had, but to fiery irritation almost unbearable. It is a mistake to think that this local irritawhom he himself has played truant. tion is the disease itself It is simply an evidence of a disordered condition of the Exchange. blood. j The scat of the disease is ia the blood, and this Is why the various salves A distinction without a difference and ointments usually applied have no effect wbaterer. They cannot possibly amounts to but little. There Is a diforigin of the trouble; only a reach ferencea real difference a vast diff- blood the remedy can do that. S. 3. S. it an equal for blood diseases, and erence between' Sutherland's Eagle without promptly and permanently cures Eczema Eye Salve and any other. The greatand removes all taint. est difference is in the results obtainMuch torture could be avoided if the first itching symptoms were heeded and ed from Its use. It cures sore eyes, a coarse of S.S.S. taken promptly, as apgrnnulated lides and styes quicker parently insignificant skin irritations than any known remedy and cannot usually develop into the worst form Ecieina unless Injure the eve of a babe. For sale by of It matters not properly treated. what other treatment Z. Wayne Griffiu & Bro. has been tried in vain, S.8.S. always gets at the seat of the disease, and forces it one. W. It. hni I III' ColleKe, Mr. William Armstrong, an old resiLexington, Ky., is where hundrds of dent and highly respected citizen of clerks, farmer boys and others have De Fere, Wis., writes on April 1st, 1895. iu vested $90 (or tuition and board for an education and ate now getting Read ad. $1,000 and over a year. and keep this notice for reference. Remember in order that your letters may reach this college to address only W R. SMITH, Lexington, Ky. 1 11111 -- of his (llleinmi, and rmm. him whether he wnntcd ti pleml ,'iillty or not guilty, to the indictment From this he understood th.it stue cxpln-natl- n was wanted, nnd lie preceded to make it Arising nnd .uldiesslng the court in a familiar burt ol way, he said: "You see, judge, it was this way: Last fnll duiin' the campaign, I went over to Somerville one day, aud there was a lor of the gold standard fellers there n dlscussin' politics. Well, I couldn't stand there nnd hear them talk against free silver, so I just waded into the argument and was gettiu' the best of 'em. But they went nnd had me indicted lor being drunk. I was just nrgyln free silver, judge, nnd wasn't drunk, and this here indictment Is all persecution." Bu the red eyed law was against him, nnd the court was there to ads mlni'ter it. He thought about $i and costs would satisfy the stale, nnd it was so ordered. Princeton Clar- rroj ut. flunjtfrar 4 ra nor &nth UJTO259 It lasts twice as long; as others. A trial win convince you or Iti great merit. Will please tho most (aetidlous. Thk REfuiii.iCAN JWr.el CHARLES F.MILLER. "" TRENCH MILLfD TOILUT SOAPS ANU PERFUMERY, aatTAnnisi-niin-. Lancaster, Pcnn. tso, am PROFESSIONAL CARD. James .A..S:iaalt2it JTT0BIY JT AW-IIAItTFOlin, KT. Wih practice- bis profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given fr collections. Office east side of'purlit square. M. L. Hgavkin. Shelby Taylor. KttorneysatLaw HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Attorney at Law Beaver Dam, Ky. -- Perry Westerfield, Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties. Also Notary Public- Office, in Commercial Hotel. Attorney at Law, RrRTWEDDING Attoeney Itching, Trill patiic hit pwfesrion ia all ik ourts of Ohio and adjoining couritiet Careful attention will bo given to a business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. MAITJOW), at T.Law, cr Burning, 3ES. com-foitab- le, Eczema cob-dlti- HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in the' Courts of Ohio and ndjolniug conn ties. Special attention given to col lections. Office in Courthoueo. Attorney at f aw, JNO. B. WILSON, 3P. INTJELflLlL,, (umnty Attorney) Attorney atKyT Lav? HARTFORD, attention given to col" making nbstracts, &c, also Notary Public lor Obip County. Office North side of public square. SPECIAL Attorney H. E. LEESIMMEBMAN, hand. Remember we will civo 20 votrs with overy new subscriber to The KEruBUCAN. Get your friends to subscribe and givo you the coupons, and by this means your candidate will win. L Hartford, Ky. at Iaw Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. o O A Attorney at Law, HllRTFORD, J.B. VICKEBS, KY., h o "3 -- Q Will practice his profession in Obi and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted OfHco in Republican lo his care. building. . i S 3 4--- O Attorney at aw HARTFORD, KY.. Will practico in all the Courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Oilico with County Attoruey. ARMISTEAD JONES, cal physi- ovr l'or sale hy Williams Waeats CAD A &lDell. 'Lk " DookKeeplng.Buslntss, Th "W PHONOGRAPHY, Typ Situation. 7 E52T .gSR MLAratjy am ycoriaMTior KY., vS. t. elegraphy kept thousands of women modest silent about their Buffering. Tho Introduction of Wine of Cardul has now demon nine-tentof all the strated that casas of menstrual disorders do not require a physician's attention at all. The simple, purs such Dread of treatment WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINGTON. iiiff&dtti taken In the privacy of a woman's own home Insures quick relief anjl speedy cure. Women need not hesitate new. Vlna of Cardul requires no humiliating; examinations for Its adoption, .It cures any disease that comes under the head of ''female troubles" disordered menses, (ailing of the womb, "whites," change ol life. It makes women beautiful by making them well. It keeps them young by keeping them healthy. $1.00 at the drug storo, For Jv!c lit caiet requRlnr ipechl dlracllons, aiMreii, rlvlnr ymplomi. tha "Lail.a' AJvlwry D.pirtm.nl,'1 Th. Chittinoora MeJIclna Co.. Chatu-noo- n. For circular o( hi famous au4 responsible COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY AunrtleU MUI nt Wrl4ExpoalUou lUfvr to thftuianil of In poltlnoi, Cuui-Mor Full IlualnetM frrariiifttui inclutilng Tuifont lliKki 9 family, Hoard tion, tiiJ tu about U. UcTTliv Kvntuckr UmvAmlty IMploma, u ruler aw irJM k rail u ate Mterary (.Vmrw fr3e. If tlMlrwl. No tHittlon. Enter now (JraluatciiuccMtfgl In order ti haw your Utttr track , ajdrtu ear WILDUn R SMITH, LEXINGTON, K kI, i.?. ?ilr oVvlli.ri fWX 2B0MjajMi 'smuMH WtW imtn-iiianB. Ktnu )rzsrnTis 1 1 rdr.i i c iffli UUUUJ mtta IJW B135 HS?fiE fcdlftA SftSWi IIUMJ' iiriii:inii. m mm Tnn. TMitMMOfl fill. KWII UtWJIWfi amnimiiva'i. TvaUUSfrfKr .VteWWWjOV ilium' flmvm JUtKHl&K liyi: f'l ui Win. of Cardul ilanilrely In myprictlciandflndltamoilaiccllanl W, I. ADDISON, M.D., Csrj, Mill., prapirallou for female IroubUi," anpreiatferl w4m I statu that y t tak dRiM wm mk Mmt I MU say W, act (er flirM njftaa I Barer laid alwa, but waseompeled to sit la my chair when net moving around. I was Heated by the best of physicians with no uiccets, and tried all the patent medicines recommended, for Eczema, without any good result!. I then went to tbe Indiana Mud baths, with the same Democrat, results, and then to Mt. Clements, the celebrated medical resort, where the Iu the beginning God created tbe treatment partially helped me, but the fate. The lair that Jellow ever ill deserves; heaven and the earth. Then he made disease shortly returned. I went to Who'd let another leed on his pre- the editor, liberal patronizers nnd Florida, thinking that a change of climate and water and the citron fruit serves, paying subscribers, and It might cure me, but found no cure. And if you truly loved me well, I prompt "I then tried S.3.S.and after three days was good. The nextdny a Minnesota kuow burning and itching subsided, and You'd jealously have laid that skceter blizzard set in nnd he created a man the I continued to improve steadily until I fowl" who didn't take his home paper and was well entirely cured. After S. 9. S. I never put an exterAnd then, alas! that Insect bold came another who didn't believe in advert nal application to my limbs or any part Using nnd he rested. Then the devil of my body. You, may refer t me any back, And 011 her cheek renewed his vile got into the moulding room nnd he person suffering from Eczema. I wlH always keep the S. 3. S. in my bouse, attack, created the follow who takes the edN for I consider it the best blood medlolne And I O heedless weight all hope fnr'ii raiwr- (nr ,, .- -. - vMra nnd Ihen'fnlls to of tbe present ago. I am seventy years did wreck; of age and am now in perfect lkaUh." I whacked so hard I nearly broke her pay for it. The devil Ihen retted, I For real blood dlstases relief can only ' ueck. Haki'Ur's Bazar. but the editor hasn't had any rest be obtained by using a real blood remem dy. So many people who are sufferers since fackson County Pilot. d Ntvect Home. blood Hume. from an obstinate or disease make the mistake of taking remstanding ou A few years ago, while A 1'iiiiiiuIkii i:rlio. edied which at beat are only tonics and the street ot Evausvillc, wc saw a An echo ol the last campaign was cannot possibly reach their trouble. It nnd wlfe.both blind nnd un heard iu Judge Wclborn's court last is in itist such cast which other poor man able to work, stepped up close to where j Monday. It seems that a citizen of blood umediea caanot reach that S.S.S. has made tome of tha most wonderful was a Barton township has been indicted we were standing, With them 8. 8. S. cures permanently Cancer, pretty blue eyed girl whose cheeks hy the Inst grand jury for intoxicaCatarrh, Rheumatism, Eczema, Tetter. seemed to be baptized in innocence, tion, and the aforesaid citizen was Contagious Blood I'olson, Scrofula, and ' nnd whose countenance seemed to be called befote the. court tu answer to alt other diseases having their origin in the blood. It it a light lor her sight-- ' the charge, The prosecuting atti un imaginary sun less father and mother, and upnu read the Indictment in due for u, whom theycouldgnze to getn glimpse nnd the defendant was asked to plead and gets at the teat of disease and forces i the golden sunbeams that you nnd to the same. it out promptly even after other He did not hive an atblood remedies have (ailed. lei'jo,. The mo her Bang aud thu torney, and it was some time before guaranteed purely vegetable. 8. S. S. it f titer plnyed on the violin (or a liv- lie could fully comprthsud whnt his i Rookt on blood aud skin diseases will address by Swift May we bay right here, God duty was in thiseiueigency. ing Finally ba mailed free to anyGa. BuccIQc Co., Atlanta, bless those who arc curniiig , living the court undertook to lead nlm out 1 deep-seate- So Ilrln l'or It. The amature poet is the newspaper man's worst loe. One of the vealy poets will bring his, or her verses to you, and-i- l you do not publish them you make enemies oi the whole family. If you publish them the whole country turns against you. Any vay the editor turns he puts his foot into it and there sterns absolutely no help for it ns long as there is an amateur poet left above the face of the earth. The Democrat has lost two good friends and two subscribers in the last year through this very means. The Inst one brought a lot of doggerel dedicated to the memory of a very respectable lady just deceased. We had too much respect for her memory to publish such rot. All the same It made n sworn foe ot the versifier and also Petersburg of the lndy's family. 8 o v- o JC - C o "3 S MR. WILLIAM ARMSTONG. been a sufferer for eight years with that horrible disease, Eczema, at times all orr tay body, and no person can describe the burning and itching I had to endure. OPIUM timk T.1111.K i. DA and WhUkey Ilabtts ln. cured at homo Bookoipsr-tlcularasent 3 c E n.M.WOOIAF.Y,M.U. iuco ivi n. rijot HICK. l '. it. it. KY. iii:avi:ii "I have GOING KAST. Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 a. 111. Mail No. 222 a 1 02 p. m. No. 202 a 7 25 p. ra. Fast Mail GOING "Tha Ht ( Mr s.ef !sp MB o J; a m WKST. 3 l to So E a 3 o Ko. aoi a 7 Mail Ko. 341 1 Local Ftelght No. 291 n 3 Mail faat m. li(p m. 5 p. 17 a. m. H. Mkiusici:. Act. The and the for 81.50. Republican Courier-Journal o x o for one year Henderson route Louisville. Henderson and St Louis Railway Company Time Curd effective May 30, 1897. KAST nOUND No 42 46 44 Lv. St Louis 756am 8:55pm Kvansville 6.50am 2:23pm 2:45am Henderson 7:15am 2:46pm 3:10am Spottsvillc 7:38am 3:07pm 2:28am Owensboro8:i8am 3:44am 4:00am Hawesville 9:17am 4iopin 4:50am Cloveipoit 9:45am 5:03pm 5:10am Irvlngton 10:45am 6:03pm 5:57 ArLoulsville 1235pm 7:45pm 7:30am WKST UOUN1) No. 4t 45 43 Lv.Loulsville 7:30am 4:50pm 8:23pm Brandenbutg 8:51am 6:c9pm 9:30am Irvlngton 9:15am 6:43pm 9:52am Stephenport 9:5mm 7:20pm 10:2mm Cloverport 10:11am 7:39pm 10:26pm Hawrsvllle 10:35am 8:04pm 10:58pm Owensboro 11:35am 905pm 11:48pm Spottsvllle 12:17pm 947P'" :3P Henderson 12:40 10:10pm 12:45pm Kvansville 1:15pm 10:40pm 2:45pm 7.20pm Ar St. Louis 7:32pm All trains run through .bolid to Through Parlor Cars Kvanbville. and Pullman Sleepers 'llUJrains nnd between St. Louis, Kvnnsvll Louisville. No. 41 and 43 connects at Irvlngton lor I'ordsviHe and daily evc-p- u o o bo o' 03 (A c h Guaranteed tobacco bablt euro, makes nealc men ttroag, blood pure. Wo, 11. All druggists. for Fifty Cent. A farmer drove up to the mill last week and asked the price of wheat. When he found lie could get 69 or 70 cents he shouted for Joy, "I am a man," he declared "who knows a good thlnjr when he Bees it. Now, I've been ofTon politics but hereafter I think I kuow who can run this lie NhoMlrcl lor Joy. country A Real Blood Remedy. been 70 cents for lour years, nnd hete tbe Republicans are in power Only five months and everything is on the rise " Everybody around the mill , smiled. Vincennes Commercial. Uoa'l Tvbacto 8y It tad Smokt Tour Ml lnJ. To quit tobacco eaally and forever, bo mag netle, lull of llfo, norm aud vigor, take tbo wnuilor worker, that ni&Lra veak men strong. All druggists, coo or II. Curo guaranteed. Ilooklet aud sample free. Address Sterling I'Ktuedy Co., Cblcago or New York. h.t. Why wheat hain't llnr-dinst'i- irg t Sutuloy. shipping of tliclr own. It would not DEVICE cul) iiicieusethc cost of sending their 1'RIDAY, AUGUST so, 1897. go .d to us, but it would enable us to PnospieoTS aro veiy flattering for n enter into more cflcctive competition In Othor Countlos, but tho on Fox Stroot. Office good corn crop in Ohio couuty this wl'h them for the snpply cf"the Ohio County Populists InmipiI lltrrj I'llilny lit llnrllnril, Hy, year. Havo 1 3 Voto Untlor mniketsof tlicwotld." That's worth Kconomlst. thinking about tho Rooator. Editor. SAMA.ANDEnSON Sam J. SiiACKi.Ei'oiii) will not meet Id liirlim I,)- (Iiikc, Parker in Subscription, $1.25 por yoar Jo A. iguoro tho debate, Tho DemopoThe ether day a $3,000 wii.i. Kit i, tin: I'oi'uusr pa in y. crats Populists on every sition in Haltimoro was vacated. One nt Hartford occasiou. Kttctcd at the post-offiIt tdliihburg, Aug. 16 On Thursas second class mull matter. ol the assistant appraisers resigned. mado a Vtry promptly Senator Wellington, day of last week the Populist nud Hon. C. SI. Harnett happy hit in his address beforo tho the head ot the organization tu Mary- silver Democratic committees n.et hereto select a campaign committee Republican Convention when ho said land, came to Washington to present resignation and have the place lor tills county, und to settle upon n that thcro was a warm placo In tho the device under which to place the fus- - t hearts of Kentucky Republicans for filled by a good Republican. He ion ticket. Tae commits called at the Titasury Department the Hon. W. G. Hunter. The tretee met in the Court House nnd the and saw the Secretary. mendous nud long continued cheering "Yes," said Mr Gage, "the place Populist commltee in the Hambleton which greeted this remark showed is vacant, but we arc not going to fill House just across life square. Theic that the convention approved and It. We will let It remain vacant. was much trotting backward and forendorsed tho sentiment of tho speakward between the two places. Depu- "Why?" asked the Senator. REPUL1CAN TICKET. er. "Because," replied the Secretary in tatlons front the Populists would go a firm civil service tone, "there lit 110 over to confer with the Democrats Election Nov. 2, 1897. Jon Paiikkr has begau au activo need of it. The remaining asslstaut and vice versa. A joint meeting ol canvass of tho State, in the interest of appraisei can very well attend to all the two committees was held in the Stato Senator, Dr. T. G. Turner. Ins candidacy for Clerk of tho Court of the work, and he must do it. The auditoriu ri of the Court House. Representative, It. C, Jnrnagin. of Appeals. Au interesting leaturo Government might as well save that After weighty and lengthy discus, County Judge, Jas. A. Park. of his campaign is the fact that ho $3,000 a year." sion it was decided that two hands County Clerk, M. S. Raglnml. continually firo bomb shells into tho Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, There was no appeal. The Scuator clasped should be the devico'for the County Attorney, M. L. Ueavrin. camp of freo silver Democrats. Theso went nway empty handed. fusion ticket. The lusloalsts thereSheriff, S. T. Stevens, shells cxplodo and creato consternaBefore Mr. Gage gets through his fore will be known ns the clasped fc'cbool Superintendent, Fon Rogers. tion and dismay among tho Bryan-ite- s. application ol business ideas to the af- hands party. Jailer, Thos. H. Black. Sam it will begin to tell Another nutter of trifling Import When Sir. Parker1 gets into fairs ol le Assessor, G. D. Royal. The action or rather tance was nlso before the committee. Ohio county ho isgoing to catiseja rat- on the Coroner, L. V. Hunt. Surveyor, N. Moxloy. tling ol dry bones in tho camp of tho the nonaction, on the Baltimore va- Notwithstanding its local Democracy. Ho is au eloquent cancy, was not the beginning. Uver it was the cause of some warm feelMAGtSTRATn. ing. 'The brethren did not dwell toHartford Dist Christopher Allen. and forcible speaker and ho will say a since Congress got away, the Secretary aided and abetted by Assistant gether in unity upon the subject. Cromwell Dist Jonl B. Wilson. fow things about fusion iu this couuFordsvillo Dist Jacob Chancelor. ty that tho Democratic bosses will Secretary Vauderlip, who has a keen The question was this: The PopuliosincDist L. B. Lonoy. scent lor sinecures, has beeu vacating lists had nominated Hou. II. C. not want to hear. unnecessary offices. He has pursued Smith, of Hancock couuty. tor State his investigation, and has chopped Senator nnd the Democrats the Hon. Shacklefohd will get there nit. A highly successful revival of offuselcss heads without any noise. Glisha Asjicnft, of Meade couuty. has been in progrcts at the The salaries which suddenly The Chicago wholesalo dealers all stopped Mr. Ashcralt first sought the nomireport greatly increased sales in near- Slcthodist Church in Fordsvillo, this thus far amount to $50,000 a year. nation ns a Populist, but suddenly Tho meeting has been concounty. ly every department. The Secretary as yet has hardly shitted his course and became a canducted by Rev. J. R Littell, of gone outside of the custom offices didate for the Democratic nomination. A.moxii Republicans there has been Louisvillo, assisted by Rev. Bogard, and immigration service. In those By this remarkable action Mr Ash There tho local pastor. Huutentes and Bradleyites Up to last Satur- two branches his lopping-ofTha- s been cralt made himself decidedly non pershould now be nothing but Baileyites. day there had been over seventy conlimited to offices in the vicinity of sona gratis t j the Populists. feversions and tho meeting Washington. At Baltimore he found The Populist therefore demanded If ico will save the Glondyke boom ver heat. Ono night was at a tho . services ten men employed to do what he that the Democuts withdraw Mr. there is no danger of its spoiling beclosed at half past eleven, and after thought five could do as well. He Ashcraft and endorse Mr. Smith. Try to enjoy life a few fore spring. that the most earnest portion of the stopped five salaries there. A cum- Strange to say the Democrats failed months longer. congregation divided themselves into bersome immigration service has to do this. There is not therefore alrise in all kinds of two bodies and went from houso to grovvn up until nearly every little together a spark of brotherly love beTin: contiuued port of entry has It Government im .farm products is bothering the free house, singing, shouting and prayiug. migration agent. The salaries arc tween the brethren. Their argument is all Thus they continued until the cock not large, but the labor entailed is silver orators. Speaking of fusion however recrow for day. An ell'ort is being about as near nothing as possible. minds us that the Populists have got knocked in tho head. made to convert tho whole town and The Secretary has made a specialty about all they want in all our neighol reform in tho immigration service, Colonel Dan Laraont is not figur- it seems it will bo successful. Tho and has cut of dozens of the supeiflu-ou- s boring counties except Ohio. Democratic-Populis- t nom agents. Washington Dispatch ing for tho services at the church are intensely In Ohio county by SOUie means they He had as spiritual aud tho shouts of new born to the St. Louis iuation for Presideut. have i.i.i. WOOl pulled over their soon be vice president ot "a great mosouls can bo heard for miles around. eyes nnd will be forced to vote under Abraham Lincoln once told of a the rooster nopoly." A more successful revival was never steamboat on the Sangamon liver known in this portion of the state. In Dreckenridgecounty two clasped four-foo- t boiler, and a which had a Ir the Paris exposition allows the seven-foo- t whistle. Kvery lime the hands is thd fusion device. In GrayOur. esteemed contemporary fills a United States only 500,000 square whistle tooted the boat had to stop. son it Is the rooster and plow and feet Chicago 'will need the bulk of it. portion ol its valuable space by stat- The same trouble begins to appear in hammer combined. In Hancock It is Brer Handy would do well to strike ing that Americans who puicbaso the Bryan camraign for the Demo- the face of a clock the hands ot which clothing abroad are compelled to pay cratic nomination in 190-)- , for whenpoint to 16 and to I. In other counfor more. a tariff duty on nil such clothing ex- ever the Boy Orator makes a .speech ties the silver dollar is the emblem. wearied with the Jerky Smrsoif is ceeding in value the sum of 8100.00. the campaign slowi down. It is said Iu all these counties the Populist issue "10 to 1," and want3 to make It gives this to provo that foreigners that the party managers are feriously and Democratic Parlies meet on an , tho fight on the suppression of Speak-- do not pay tho tax. In two instances planning to tie up the entire outfit equal footing In Ohio county hower Reed and tho abolition of the Fed-eryou are correct brother. But what long enough to adjust the rraft to its ever the Populists lose their identity courts. and also their organization by sufferclass of our people is it who go abroad fog horn. ing a few bosses to put all the candiOnly the Iowa campaigns this to purchase clothing? Tun Ohio and Tltilnii lor froti-rllnii- . dates under the rooner, thereby mak-luyear will attract national attention. wealthy; those who are able to pay In his speech at the meeting held it a Dcnn era tic ticked instead of and not miss it. It is a boaslcd argu- in New Orlein.s to welcome him home People will be curious to know whetha fusion ticket. Buckeyes really ment of jours, brother, that tbotarifl and indorse his vote for the Dingley er Hawkcyes and A Fell respecting PopulUt theref ire want prosperity, or more lunatic asy- robs the masses for tho bent-fi-t of our bill, Senator Mcliney made the folwill not consiler in any way rich manufactures and corpora i 11 s. lowing statemei t: lums. obligated to wait; up and vote under By pub'ijhing such facts as this you Samuel J. Tildcn was a protection the looster. Will not Shackleford be 8. Y "prosperity" to a genuine contradict yourself and appear in a Democrat in the simc sense that Jefand bo very bad light beforo the public. Tho ferson aud Jackson and Monroe and under the roos'.e- - also? If a Populist died therefore votes under the Ruoster he will stand on his head aud kick his fact of the matter is that the AmeriMadison were favorable to the enDeir.ojratic nominee heels in the air, aud declare that cans who go nbroad and patronize for- couragement of home industries by will vote for the for ClerV of the Couttof Appfn's. "ibere cau bo uo such thing without eign establishments in preference to his tiriff legislation. I make this stateThen where will Jo A Parker be? us" for Bryan says so. own, thereby circulating his money ment on the nathoiity of Bigelow's Not only will Shacklefotd be under with foreigners instead of spending it "Life of Tilden,'' which contains, un- - the Roister, hut so nlso will be' the A bicycle is a much easier thing to with our people, ought to pay a tax der Ti d it's own signature, a decla Dcmoctatic nomin'es for S"ate Senasteal than a horse, and more valuable of ideas It is There is ration his protective tor, for Cir.uit Judge and for ComIn tho hands of an in- and a heavy tax at that. these days. true that his biograp'aer says that be not a better nor a juster feature of there were reasons to believe he had monwealth's Attorney. genious thief tho bicycle can our present tariff laws than tho ono Will cood Populists pet 111 it such a changed In appearance in twenty -modified his views, but be qualified dose of Democracy as that to be mentioned by that paper. fjur hours that its owner would net his statement by saying that in the cramed down their throats. Is the know it. Ouit Republican delegates to the discussions of the tariff during his ac- Populist party of Ohio county to be Judicial District Convention held nt tive and eventful life there is no state bucked aud gagged by the Democrats Tiin Governor of Georgia announcment from him to that effect. Owensboro last Tuesday, proceedings aud choked to death. This is what ed that he would stop lynching. The The tree trader or tarifT.for-revenol which eau bo found elsewhere in the Democrats are trying to do, and best citizens at onco rallied and hangDemocratic party this lesue, respectfully report to the only doctrine of the it remains with the Populists ns to ed two negroes in one night, and we is a combination of the old slavery shall be done. in "a most Republicans of Ohio couuty, whom idea. It was forced on the Democrat- whether it are informed it was done Rodin Hood they represented, that they "have ic party by Mr. Wattcrson when he ordorly way," with "no undue exdone n gocd work," "havo kept the saw that it was necessary for the citement." Ilriuliilcaii Still" e'niiillilnm, faith," and returned home with clean Democratic party to be committed to The Republican party of Kentucky Lots of 10 to 1 Bryauites will lis- bauds and a clean conscience and that some positive doctrine, and he hit up- met in convention In Louisville last too without any blur, blot or stain, on that as the one on which it was week and nominated Mr. Bailey, of ten to Bryan telling about "impossible prosperity" under the rule of the which will cause any person to doubt easiest for Democrats to win. It is Magoffin couuty, as their candidate robber tariff, aud yet go on holding their Republicanism. To tho intel- not historical doctiine of the Demo- for Clerk of the Cotitt ol Appeals. He their wheat for a dollar per bushel in ligent National Democrats of Ohio cratic party, nor of any American was nominated ns the candidate of the Republican party, nnd is entitled to gold Thoy may not get it, aud they couuty, they would say thoy believo party. the united support of all Republicans. people believe in that to name any man of their party may. If enough An Opportunity Y4111 Nimv lime as our nomiuccp, and that too without of testing the cnrative effects ot Rly's He 1j nn intelligent, attractive, eloBryan's rant they won't. quent young man, fit and deserving any reqm st from them would bo Cream Balm the most positive Cure Tniuti: aro severut hundred men in He was not pnt forin every way. by them as nothing more nor for Catarrh known. Ask your drugOhio county who voted for IJryati last Io ward to represent any fiction, and no than "an attempt to bribe," and gist for a 10 cent trial size or send 10 fii'l that will not support tho fusion they therefore refused to take part in cents, we will mail it Hull size 50 faction can claim that he represents it. county ticket, bo the Republicans may olfering to them such an insult. To cants. He is simply nnd solely the Repubfeel highly encouraged, and by good ELY BROS.. 56 Warren St.. N. Y. other intelligent voters of Ohio counlican candidate, and he will have the work wo will carry the county for our My son was 0 filleted with catarrh. ty thy would report and repeat support of all Republicans who intend ticket at least fivo hundred. Let ev- again and again that they aro Repub. I induced him to try Fly's Cream to align themselves with the Repubery Republican be on tho lookout. lieans from principle and by that Balm and the disagieeable catarrhal lican party in the future. There is He appears ns smell all kit him always some dissatisfaction with the It appears that tho National Dem- principle they propose to stand. well ns any one. J C. Olmstead, Arresult of evcty convention, ns we have ocrats aro preparing to have tho state llrliilliilltiii mill eola, III remarked before, but where it is a When nny one suggests "retaliastumped by tho very best political It was ou the sixth day o August, mere personal dissatls-- f ictloti it will tali ut. What thoao gold Democrats tion" ns an eflhet to disctiuiinating Ail the controver1806, that the bottom was reached in soon be allayed, will do for freo silver follows will be duties lor the Protection of our thip-pinhe oujht to remember that he the way of low prices on firm pro- sies in the Rcpublicau patty are mereau ample Bullicieucy. Wo might also then infeteutially assents to tiie effi ducts In the United States. For ears ly personal, and they can not survive remark incidentally that our RepubliIf dis- values bad continued to shrink and it intelligent explanation nnd iMscuislon. c-it hindors will havo their caey of dlscritninatingdulles spell criminating duties would not succeed, did seem as if the bottom would nev- The controversies iu the Democratic hamh full. retaliation would be unnecessary. It er be reached Pur a long time things party are fundamental, and rel. tc to Tin: Populists ot tin) Retard Slag- - ' Is the appreciation of the advantage stood at the snue notch, but wi are essential principles, and arc- impossithat discriminating duties would give glad to say that wc have commenced ble of rcconctleim-n- t District inetl.itt Siturday to If the Republic in P'rty doo not to our shlp3, that causes the mind to the up grade. It has been a stow bust see something about nominating a think of "what the other fsllow would Incss, but we are all able to see that win in this Mate an this city iu Nocanilidato for Magistrate in that Disdo." But retaliation cannot effective-- , we arc advancing up the hill that we vember, it will be due Republican foltrict, Tho meeting adjourned tu meet ly oiT.'et discrimination. It might do hope fcliall lead to ultimate prosperity. ly and intourrs- and not to thet Demti morrow to 0 inpleUt its work. The ns much for exp-ntin foreign vessels The decent was a gradual one, while ocratic btrenglh. Commercial. P 'I'liliits havo been denied tho right from the United States as discrimina- ascent must be by the same process. by (heir Democratic brethren to place tion would do for imports to the Unit The idea Is to keep pulling, and not Womeu are said to be un exceedingacaiididalu in the field, but the patried States in American vessels but let a cog slip Wc welcome anything ly scarce commodity In the gold mines otic members are determined to save more than halt of our imports come and tver. thing that will udd to the ot Alaska. One ol the most ordinary Why don't they put a from nations having no shipping, wealth or comfort of the American common Kentucky girls, if she should their party. n fusion device so tho Populists will and which would have no reason for people. We look to the future with drop in among the miners up tbeie, n t havo to sacrlfico their principles? retaliating against American discrim- great hopes aud confidently believe would attract more attention than the ination in favor ot American drscrlm-I'Uitlo- n that it will be but a short time until whole ot Darnum's circus would lu a in favor of Americau ships, the sun of prosperity shall shed his backwoods town, Here is a ni03t extfJ:foV:.HI:T:W t.UUi WH.Hr 111 t WIS. And there arc very many good rea- beneficent rays upon the people who cellent opportunity for back number Dent tLuujfU br up. Ttute UuuL Um I In litis. Hold tiv tiruiriMftta. sons why retaliation would not be have co long watched and waited for women to get aii marrfglHUTIrATTSTTM adt ptcd hy the nations that have a Its coming. Hustler. husband. Hartford Republican. Rkaii Senator Htowart's Interview on silver in another column, FUSION ClifCIB The iitulei. idiud Inngalu with John Xoilrc li l.(t Mm. ce 'tf!? I U-c- pay-rol- l. A. Kelt & Sons nud will be rwuly alxmt th lit of August to make contracts for spring of 1898 delivery. TO TIIH "Cures talk "In favor tVotitd be p'cflstn! to sco nnd make ot Hood's BarMparlllA, prices lo all who contemplate cutting s for no other medi cine. Ill great euros recorded tu truthful, Ions the rrnann My PotU convincing languago ot grateful men and office addicM In Ilartfozd, Ky , and women, constitute Its moet effective adwill be In Hertford Monday mid Hxposltlon Internatloinl And vertising. Many ot these ourci aro marf ewij wnk, so far ns possivelous, Thoy have won tho contl Jcnco ot W II MnoiiR, tho people; havo given Hood's Barsnpn-rlll- a ble tho largest sales in tho world, and & Sons. 4t A t forjno. A Hor the nbove occasion tickets will havo mado necessary (or Its manufaoturo be sold by the Illinois Central Knit tho greatest laboratory on earth. Hood's JA.ft3M?oan.ixi.. toad nt varying times, rates nnd Oarsaparllla Is known by tho cures It han Ii ei limtia, including n ticket on sale made euros ot scrofula, suit rheum aud ITItf vu;;cr. dully, good to return until November eczema, cures ot rheumatism, neuralgia 7. nnd mcludinn tickets having limit find weak nerves, euros ot dyspepsia, Uver days nnd yevca ol twenty lns, fine-etroubles, catarrh cures which provo We want Nome mote jok, days; nlso tickets on Tuesday and iu the country. us Thursdiis of each week with limit of the news Iijiii juiir nrlghboihood. filtcrii dns. For lull p.ntirulars as to which of the above applies Irom llnrlilett'N triilcii Milr. jour neatest Railroad Station in conTheBist Halve In the woild lor nection with the Illlnol.4 Central Rail-roacall on or address your nearest Cuts, ritulop, Hoies, Ulccrq. Salt Rheum, I'evet Sote-s- , Tetter, Chapped railroad Ticket Agent. Is the best In (net the Ono True Mood rurtflcr. Hands, Lhillil.tins, Corns, and nit c,iro lver H'M ra,y HOOd'S PHIS take, easy to oiwrate.SSc. Skin Ktuptioni, and twaiMve-l- cures Wm MunrtAY, Dlv. Pass, Agent, Piles, or no pay required It is New Oilcans. WBCTW IIIIMBIWIIIW guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Jno. A.- Scott, Div. Pass. Agent, There Is nt least one very potent or money tefumle-d-. Price 25 cents Memphis, against lynching. 0 far rs perboje. 1'or sale by Williams & A. H Hansom, a i a., Chicago. we have been nble to lcHm ro man Bell. 13 1 yr. W. A Kiii.i.onu, a o.r.A., 1mlsvlllc. who w. s lynched, claimed just before t elng swung e ff, that he was going 19 R9 Eft As u get cral straight to heaven thing lie gets jerked oil before he h s time to get his mind on leaven aril heavenly things. It is u t so with the fellow who has committed sotre henious crime, nnd who has spent a year or two In jiil before he gets his neck broken by the h.iumu.iu. It Illinois (en. Q. Q. EXCURSION TICKETS via tint Talk pit-sco- t TBNXESSBB 0BNTENNIAL s 1 lU-it- z cone-sponden- ts Hood's Sarsaparilla .. Si-tt- mhm .ANT! EB1S gpFIF ,eL!2tj u generally takes these insc.ili about a yeir to prepire lor their d win. We however have mighty little faith in the Christianity ot those bloodthirsty rascals who never prcpaie for death until they nrc brought under the shadow ot the gallows. lvx Tti (is- - (Jcd&logue for Asking. endfo-dei- y OASTOIUA. y riry Tlifpit. Ilea The New York World announces that the old firm of Wheat & Silver has dissolved partnership. It is tins necessary perhaps to add that the S'.uior memoes of the firm continues in business nt the same old stand. I Globe-Democra- t. I uraugnon'N I'ruclicui itUMlieM Collcine, Nolitll, leuu.,or Texarkana, Tex., or a tcliol- I ftrshlp In most 'oiner reputable or literary school in the I" h. can le ciiril by doings little work at home for the Youth' Advocate, an illustrated Mul monthly Journal. " I' elevating In character, mor.il in tone, and especially interesting-- and profitable to young r" Y fill ST JjiMio IN HOLD, . lUocle.elold Watch, Dlomond FRHG: eep0., T E S II P She pAfT llulln for Fall l'lantiug out ot doors. Ilulhs for Winter blooming in tho homo. Plants for blooming during tho Winter. Plants for decorating Seeds for Fall sowing out of doors. Seeds for Winter bowing in the house. Send ut 10c to pay postage and package und wo will scud you lo Selected IJulbs, or Six packages of Selected Flower Seeds, orsix packages ull dilhreut) Sweet Peas, or all thrco collo "lions for '25c. . reenc, K. Y- - i Wk ft! T En . rGODlG 1 I matter en illustrated, sample copii Agcult wnnteiL Addrcsj Voutlio' Ail tu., isasnvme, Jcnu. picullon VndJ!l,litefflShWileuVK5 n t Itee ate lMU I Over 4.000 vacancies several times as many vacancies ns members. Must have inuro members. Several plans; two plans give Ireo registration; ono plan GFAHANTKES positions. Ten cents pay fur book containing plans and a $500.00 love 6tory ol College davs. No cliarga to employers lor recommending theocheis. SOUTH fcKN TKACIUCUS' UUIJKAU, itr.v.Dit. O. M. Sitton.A. M.. President ami Maunder. S. W. Cor. Main and Third streets, Lnuisvillo.lv v BOUniKRN TEACIIEIW UUHEAV.. 71 icjuo.lll. st , . . T f.l- X' iruii-rI, vt.vai.vic8 v.iiicugi omcc, noutncrii vacancies Itouisvillu oflicc. One k-- iu both cilices. M'L7TPltfffHH UP-TO-DA- EDX ru mm riftamaaaa THOROUGH! PMTIAU TE! al g 'aaa"',MHARTFDHD - - ' " -- '' GOLLEBE AMO ue BUSES INSTITUTE, Experienced teachers huvo been employed for tho schod year and prospects are bright for n successful Unity of effort on the part of teachers nnd p'ltrons has brought tho College back to tho plane of its former usefulness. . year's work. THE FALL TERM WILL BEGIN AUGUST 30, 1897. The Summer Term SS.OO. Will begin Juno 13, 1898, continuing six weeks. Tuition for Summer Term llnnrd in tho host privnto families 62.00 to $2,50 per week. For Further information address some member of the Faculty. T. J. MORTON, PrBSidsnt. C. M. CROWE, Vies President. A. P.TAYbOR.Secutaij. .ijjui.i ..-- . '"-.- . -- HAVE OPENED THEIR 11 -- 1 - s WNI VV uin ciLj "JPo KE 1 A fluo new OMNIUUS will .... wAtWAia n aaim4ai.Iii1.Ia 1.1n guaiatucto u tuuiiui tauiu nm'i zrL met Vy.titilioJLV npyoaaa 33o.zvy q r X r j lcxsVKrb itiwaj iEV "T" MJMMK Ml t- KilrasJieAMK&MJ - --I wti.. nil day trains nt U- uver Pnm. All ,.i.,1om jmuui-m- nlll III I Allllf ii in v uu ti uiutin nfnilt comer Market ond Union Streets, Hartford, it An e'nut vebiclo nnd pood horses Lcayo order at Field's Livery Stable, &$i5H&2$Jil iJJg.&Sl -- See Carson & Co. for furniture, JUDICIAL CONVENTION. Pretty line shirts nt Fair & Co's. For ladles Belts tee Cirson & Co. HEAR WHAT A Lartfo aud Enthusiastio . Sow Call on BiiUingtou lor n good shave, Lndtcn collars Co's. & Co's. Sec Fair & Co's closing out Hue of neckwear. nnd cufls at Cm sun Convontion. FAIR & COMPANY lo s&y ihis weei, All slippers go at cost at J. P. Fogle Words that Mean Something. c. M mmm Absolutoly Pure. Pure Kentucky homespun linen nt Fnir & Co's. Dr Lynch, of Horse Branch, typhoid fever has v Tho biggest business ever done in this county to be done this year. Notice the following and never complain of the high prices of 102:37" G-cocL- s: . . 3 Calico (caramon) ;c 5c 15c 18c -- '1 Gingham (good) 20c bed ticking 25c Tnblc linen toe Wash goods 75c Cottonade pnnts $1 50 silk umbrella 15c Ladies vest 2 pair ladies heavy block hose 2 pair Indies seamless gray hose 7ic 59c $1.00 TtC 15c 15c 1 .tfc . 85c worth R. & G. Corset Ladles 5c handkcrchlels y4 50c Woven corsets, sizes 20, 21 and 22 for . . . . 35c Pricsmeyers slippers to close out . . 80c, $1 and $ 1.50 Many of the above article we candidly bcliveare the DUST BARGAINS we have ever offered our Don't wait until the supply is exhausted conclude that wc never had the goods at the and pilots given above. Many ol them could only be had In limited quantities and several we know cannot be s. ' 'Jt'i replaced, but with the exception of the lcdles vest nrd umbtelta, we bind ourselves to supply all of the nbove for the next two weeks. V V ,1 it, ty V- -' "fctei these we have a complete line of shoes, including children shoes lor school wear Get that cannot be downed. our prices on anything and you will iind that we are the cheapest house in Ohio county. 13csides lie-memb- er the place. Celebrated for its great leavening 25 yards good calico for $1 nt J. F. strength nnd hcalthfuluess. Assures the food against alum and all forms ol Fogle & Co's. crowd adulteration common to the cheap 30 ynrds'good domestic for $1 at J. brands. RoyaBakinoI'owdkkCo., Hancock aud Ohio couuty RepubE. Fogle & Co's. Nkw YonK. licans arc Republicans from principle International Colic Cure for horses nnd would not stand any run.over by New kid gloves at Carson & Co's. Frank's crowd, hence the convention nt Pate Bros.' was lively from start to finish. For strictly first das Photos call on 20 yards good shirting for $t at J. Judge W. G.Newton, of Livermore, Taylor & Glendincn. E. Fogle & Co's. was selected as Chairman, and Sam The Flouting Studio is at Liver-mor- e Mr. Floyd Baize, of near Beaver A. Andetson ns Secrctnry nnd the and will soon return to Hartford. Datuhas typhoid fever. convention proceeded to business. Committees on Rules, Organ!-.-- , Mr. O. P. Westerfield, LoulsvIIIe.Is Dr. Arthur Coke, of Utica, has tlon, Credentials nnd Resolutions visiting relatives In Ohio county this been in town this week. were appointed nnd made their reweek. $1.00 will buy a good pair of ladies port after which a resolution was inMrs C IS Newcomb ot ClearRun. shoes at J. R. Fogle & Co's. troduced by the Ohio county delegawas the guest of Mrs. Wood Tinsley Mjss Pearl Tinsley, Louisville, is tion tkat none but known Republicthis week. visiting Miss Mamie Bennett. ans should be placed in nomination, Taylor & Glendincn are making Miss Mabel Brown, of Ccntcrtown, which was tabled upon motion of the best Photos ever made In Ohio Davles and McLean counFranks. is visiting Mrs. E. B. Pendleton. , county. ties voting for the motion and HanLadles, call and see J. E. Fogle & cock and Ohio counties against the Get a box of International Worm Co's line of black and greeu shoes. motion. Here the Ohio county delePowder for your horse. For sale by Big line lawn, dimities and percale gation refused to participate In the Pate Dros. convention ns they would not be a to close out nt J. E. Fogle & Co's. International Stock Food for sale party to n trnde to barter men's prin2 pair ladies black seamless hose by Pate Bros. Saves hogs and nil ciples awny, nnd as the convention for 25c regular 20c quality at Fair & other stock. was no longer a Republican convenCo's. Mr- - Sam Casebier has typhoid fetion. Franks, with his usual haMr. Birch Dugan, of Owensboro, is rangue, was on the floor In an Instant ver. Mr. Jas. Hudson is driving the spending the week with Mr. Robt. with a speech, whereupon Hons. E. 'bus In his place. D Gufly and C. M. Barnett answered For n quick nnd comtortable ride Marks. Mr, E. B. Allen, who has been in him to the satisfaction of everybody. to or from Beaver Dam, patronize Ohio county voted against fusion Illinois for several weeks, has returnFields' bus line. on every occasion, but McLeau and ed home. Buy n box of International Poultry Daviess counties succeeded In nomiRemember J E. Fogle & Co. when Food and save your poultry. For nating Jo Noe for Commonwealth's you want your fall nnd winter boots sale by Pate Bros. Attorney and when the nomination and shoes. for Circuit Judge was reached Franks Taylor & Glendlnen make photos Born to the wife of Mr. J. H. B. nominated Mr. from $1.25 per dczen to five. Gufly for Circuit Call Carson Wednesday evening, a girl Judge and he ucfused It In a neet e and sec our work. 2 3m Mary Austin Carson. speech and then the Hon. D. A. Wantkd To trade a first class Powers was placed in nomination and Dr. N. Barnett, Caney ville, Is visblind mare for a good milch cow with iting his mother, Mrs. Amauda Bar- he declined and then Franks nomi young calf. Apply nt this cDlce. nated Judge L P. Little. The vote nett. Did you know that Taylor & Glen was taken as follows: Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Coleman nre dlnen make nsykind of n photograph Daviess county 16 for Little, Mcthe Daviess county Baptist Lean and Hancock each agains from a Queen to a 14x17? Lit 5 Association. tle. The chair ruled Ohio county out The will be an old fashioned colorMisses Lyda Morton, Edna Griffin after bhe had voted against Little. ed Camp Meeting held at the Fair Tle Republicans of Ohio county Grounds, commencing and and Mabel Reid have returned from may well feel proud of her delegates Sulphur Spriugs. continuing until August 30th. lit-Uht The delegates lo the 6h ludiclal District Convention m t in O.vrusbo-r- o Tuesday to nominate candidates forCiictiitJudgcand Common wealth's Attorney. All fr.urol the counties were represented by Delegates on the floor o,l the convention. In Daviess courty the Republicans hnd conceived the idea ol nominating National Democrats for the two offices The was headed by E. T. Franks. He had control ul his delegation nnd was the Sir Oracle of his to dek-alio- j Jr , made a fctv brlel remarks nnd the Awarded Institute ndjourned until 1:30 Holiest Hoiwrfl WorM'4 Fair In the nfterno'in the subjects which hid been ncsignud the v itinus teachers wcic taken up nnd d cusscd by the Institute, which was veiy Instructive ns welt ns iuti'iei-tliig- . The progrnms for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday were caiefully prepared nnd well executed by the Institute members The Institute this year is made up of ns fine n body of young Indies and gentlemen ns ever pnt together on any occasion. They are progressive, Intelligent nnd up to date young people who have put their whole energy MOST PERFECT MADE. into their work nnd the parents of A pure Grape Crtam of Tartar Powder. Ttf ! Ohio county may feel safe in placing 'nm Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. their children under their cate for tha fall term. nit. sMiiuiMi oiiniM.v roi. 'El; ram Invnilrn Central City, Ky., Aug. 18. Knight, the Evansville miner's nglta tor, come in here yesterday from Dawson and left today for Cincinnati. He accomplished nothing hare, as the miners here will not go out, having been granted nil demands. Joe Klein, a local agitator, has been here today with Knight, but Is going to McIIenry. The situation hera Is quite, the best of feeling existing between the Central Coal and Iron company and their men. , Onlriit t'lljr. Morn nfter morn the niti nn Has watched with hinftiuj To see tne grimy smoke in wreaths Swirl up into the iv: He listened lor the whistle shrill Its echoes came not back And cold and black and desolate Still stood the chimney stack cc Know folly to build upon n poor foundation, either in architecture or In health. A foundation of sand is insecure, nnd to deaden symptoms by It Is YMe Jlon narcotics or nerve compounds is equally dangerous and deceptive. The true way to build up health is to make your blood pure, rich and nourishing by taking Hood's Sarsaparllla. FAIR & COMPANY, piartford gemple of fashions. 5 j Mr. Glendincn has returned from Dawson nnd will be pleased to see anyone wanting pictures, at Hartford on Monday.McIIenry on Tuesday and Beaver Dam the rest of the week. as they went to the convention as Messrs. W. H. Griffin, R. T. Col-lit- is and Henry Nail are attending tht Republicans and came back home as Republicans. Hardin County Fair this week. rvsSi'V'in; niAiumtn m 'ftfis&i&mSsU'. f EH3USH LARGEST NORMAL SCHOOL wcHM'aeiiHnrie aao euuwe cohrsjs. CWM0Mwwwiaiwt SOUTH IN THE ier jUui ou CfieZ(H' UtMUt ''ZZmoyvJwAHr'co"' )rfr wrrtsTitvJr & UoHUNoCliUN, i.7. I'lmmuL I : 1 s visiting relatives near Central City. Mrs. ijohu Dugan is on the sick list. Mr. Wallace Rossoin is teaching CotU. the fall school nt this place. INA ISAKRKTT W. P. LKACIt. ) A large number were in attendance UnauImouly adopted. nnd spent n pleasant time nt the picJohn M LnACii, Supt nic here last Saturday. J. Iiuncii Tayi.011, Stc'y. Rev. Will Shaw is thinking of'mov-in- g to Fordsvllle soou, You naturally lose flesh In Palid faces indicate pale, thin O. S. Boud is on the sick list. show the puro, down the summer and running blood. Rosy cheeks Bond & Sons shipped three car You get a little rich blood tesulting fiom Ukiig I3 so easy. G01.DA. loads ol stock last week Hood's Sarsaparllla weaker each day without hardm ly noticing It. There Is Idas of AUVIIt'IUJ. n.Mo.v. Died at his home near Llbery The farmers in thla neighborhood appetite, headache, weakfless nre growing very despoudeut owing of the muscles, disturbed sleep, church Mr. Horace Hocker of conto the continuation of the drowth.aml weakness of memory, and these sumption, lie leaves a wife, four unless it rains In a few days n half are the beglmlng of nervous brothers and a host of friends to crop will not be mnde. prostration. Iron and tonics mourn his loss, He was a good Miss Hester Ambrose Is visiting nt and bitters may afford some worker in our literary society, our Pleasant Ridge. temporary relief, but what you Sunday School nnd the church. Mrs. William Hines and sin, of need Is a food for body, brain Miss Sue Williams Is but little betOwensboro, visited her brother, Mr. ter. and nervss. Uncle "Cofiee" John Taylor Is very Thos. Hickey, last wtek Misses Flora and Eva Taylor were sick, Mrs. filizibeth Williams returned the guests of Miss Thursey Crone Saturday. to her home after nn extended visit in Oil with the of Cod-livThis community cannot be beaten furnishes Just the the Little Bend. for watermelon rouges and picnics. Rev A D Williams preached to a nourishment needed for those Miss Mahala Hunger mid biother uhn nrA run Hnwn nnH nnl anH large audience Sunday at this place. were the guests nf Miss S.illle HanilU thin and weak, ifvou lose flesh I Mr. Wm, Chapman nnd wife are ton Saturday and Sunday. In summer take scott's Emul- - i sick. Messrs, Lou ami Will Owen, of DaMiss Gertie Taylor was the guest of slon now. Don't wait till fall ' Uncle viess county, were in this vicinity a lohn Cooper Saturday, i or winter before beginning. F. B. S. Ida few days 1st week. snd For haUsI There Is nt least one pltce in this world where the lnboier seems e well paid for his work. Up in Alaska I wages are from $10 lo $15 per day and I no questions asked. The trnmp who has been looking fur n job for these many years can find employment if If he will only go to the gold field. it were not for the long jounruey and the probability of freezing to death, Mrncst. this would be an opening for those Therelore, be it resolved by the who want to gather up a little extra Liberty Sunday School that in the change. death ol our friend and biother, our school has sustained an irreparable The people who use coal will do loss; aud while we deeply mourn his well to call on J. J Foster, who is now departure and weep with his friends operating the Elijah Miller bank, 3 Jf of Hartford on the tears of deepest, sorrow, we bow with miles south-we- st humble submission to Him "who Point Pleasant road. 48 26t docthall things riht," nnd "sorrow r.ierylioily not as those who have no hope.'1 Is going to attend the old fashioned But we look joyfully forward to .1 reBarbecue to be given by J. R. Herald union nbove. Resolved, second, that the family, nnd W. Whalen 011 the High View neighborhood nnd church have lost n Hill at the foot of Big Island on Green true friend, neighbor and member, River, one mile and a half below and we hereby extend to them our Cromwell, Saturday, August 28,1897. There will be neither time or means heartfelt sympathy. Resolved, third, that n copy of spared to make this one of the best The mans the resolutions be Hprcad upon the Barbecue of the season. iiIuuUs of the Liberty Sunday agement will be governed by the old School, n copy sent to his bereaved fashioned rules from start to finish, nnd sorrowing companion, nnd n copy Thl3 is n most delightful place to 2t furnished for publication in the coun- have n bai beetle. Signed, ty papers. Lida Stuvkns ) ol Whereas, on the morniug of August nth, 1897, death called Irom his home and Irom our Sunday Schoil ranks, Horace I. Hocker, who hd long been a true and tried member, one whose devotion to the Sunday School work had never laltercd, nnd whose devotion to Sunday school children was beautllully tender nnd to-b- itf.trt. Colic kills more horses than nil other uon contagious diseases comRemember we are selling our clothbined. For n quick, safe nnd sure ing nt greatly rednced prices. remedj use International Colic Cure. Carson & Co. For sale by Pate Bros., Hartford. Mrs. Tweddell and daughters, of Mr. Fon Rogers, the Republican Evausville, are the guests of Mr. R. nominee for School Superintendent, T. Tweddell and family this week. has passed the required examination A large number of Republicans of nnd is well qualified for the office. Ohio county nttended the Judicial He is a deserving young man nnd Convention at Owensboro this week. merits the support of Ohio county Messrs. Jno. B. Wilson and T. II. Mr Robt. J. Barnett, of Reeves, Benton arc in Henderson attending visiting his mother, Mrs Teuu., is the District meeting of the Knights Amanda Bnructt, near town. Mr. ot Pythias. is in the railroad business and Barnett has been close nnd nttcntive to busi-ueMaster W. N. Berry, who has been for several years nnd he now has visiting relatives in Hartford for some charge of one of the Lest offices time, returned to his home at Owensto his Company. boro to day. ss Mr. Pen Taylor will give a barbe cue to his friends at Powers Station in Daviess county on August 28th. Our Hoot Trnilc, Mr. A. D. White has received a letter trom Capf. Mitchell In regard to the boat trade on our river. The Riv- er needs cleaning out very badly and the Government has already spent too much money to drop the matter and the work should be done at once. We publish the letter below: Eansville, Aug. j6. Dear Sir: I saw Cnpt. Hornbrook this morning and he says he will put Steamer Janie Rac back in the trade between here and Hatlfoid as soon as the river is clcaued out. Have they commenced to remove snags and leaning timbers will be very much pleaced to get back iu the trade again as I like to Tun there better than any trade I have been in lately. Please write me if they are at work yet In the river. .Youis Truly, II. S. MlTCAEtL jet? I Hood's Pills act easily and promptly on the liver and bowels. Cure As fashion forms of usefulness, And thrife nnd wealth bestows; sick .headache. He laughs aud sings from morn till night Quite n large crowd were in attendLike the miller of the Dee: ance at the Association at Green His fireside is his sweet delight; Rich In content Is he. River Union Sunday. Miss Eunice Iglehcart has just re- He hears again the tuneful ring That molds the hammered steel, turned from a visit to her brother, He hears again the whirring din Mr. II. L. Igleheart, ol Unlontown, Of swiltly turning wheel; Miss Mattie Hunter has returned There are the bustliug ranks of men from near Hartford where she hag Our nation's stalwart prop; The fires are lit and there, above, been visiting friends and relatives. Is the smoking chimney top. Mr. Bob Bennett, wife nnd son and JosrAir Hartzkll. Misses Ella nnd Nora Bennett were Akron, Ohio, among the crowd from Beda who ati tended the association Sunday. Mr, C. L. Glendincn, of the firm of Mr. John Curaming, Pond Run, Taylor & Glendlnen.is oueof the best was in this vicinity the first of the photographers that has ever been In week. Hartford. His work is put up in manner and on the very best Mr. T. R. Barnard and wife have He takes special Dains to sister, material. just returned from a visit see that every photograph suits his Mrs, Annie Jaggs, of Sacramento. He has had larire exneri- MissLula Williams left Saturday patrons. ence in the largest cities in the Unit night for Henderson county. Mr. Strother Hawkins nnd family ed States. Hartford, visited relatives here SatLxrtii-ftloii- . urday and Sunday. The most popular trip tor the sumMaster Tommie Drake, Muhlenberg mer to Old Point Comfort and the county, is the guest of relatives here. Seashore. Dr. Ellis Miller and wife who have Much sight-seeinfor very small been visiting her father, Mr. Geo. W. expense. Reid, for some time are attending the The regular Annual Excursion to institute nt Beaver Dam this week. Old Point Comfort in charge of Mr. Mr. Tom Richardson who has been W. A. Wilgus, S. P. A , will be run dangerously ill for some time is bet- Wednasday, Aug. nth, via I. C, and ter. C. & O. Railways; from Beaver Dam Mrs. Tie Igleheart and daughter, on regular train, leaving at p.m. Ula, are ill with fevers at the resN Aug. 10th, connecting with Seashore dence of her father, Mr. Wra. Balls. Special, which leaves Unlou Station, Mrs. Matilda Matthews is suffering foot of Seventh street, at 1:30 p.m. greatly with her hand caused from a The round trip rate to Old Point Com-fo- rt burn. is only $ . . . nnd the tickets are good until September 2nd, with stopover privileges returning only. This trip surpasses nny offered the traveling public, nnd nflordsmany Tor Infants and Children. diversions. Grand and beautiful scenery, invigorating mountain --j0 1 to-hi- s g He heaved n sigh for day gone by When early rising day Found him with face tofnct'ry tutned, Light hearted on his way. And now straight on befote his eyes, wnue on uis journey bent, Behold the smoke crowned chimney stack, Industry's monument. The shouts ol men give him good cheer When he had reached his goal; The hissing steam, the facfry loir Are music to his soul. The grimy Titnns of the shop-W- aifs of the wizard's brain With deft and skilliul hand he leads Submissive in his train; Or with uplifted arm he rains Such sturdy, ringing blows CASTORIA Dr. J. R. Pirtle will go to Cauey-vill- e Witchlta, Kan., are visiting the fams on next Tuesday and will ily of Mrs Amanda Barnttt.neartowu. n few days. He will return lo Mr. Barnett was reared in Ohio counHartford on Friday. ty and his old friends and playmates Misses Katie and Lizzie Eskridgc are glad to again welcome him back have returned to their home at home lor n visit nnd would be glad after n few weeks visit to Mr. for him to locate among them. They nud Mrs..G. B. Williams. will return home next Wedneiday. Rev. J. W. Vnllandingham, of OI.ATU.V. We feel considerably better since Leitchfield, will preach nt the Hartford Baptist Church on Ihe 5th Sunthe good rain of Sunday night. Many of our good people attended day In ths morning and evening. in Hard-insburg Mr. nnd Mrs Junius B. Barnett, of Tf'IJU. Co 111 in I Nuleldc. A dispatch from Spottsville to the Owensboro Messenger says: "A suicide is reported here from up the river about Rochester that was for a queer reason. A little child of six years, named Birdstone, was told by his aunt or relative that he could not attend school until later in the year. He became enraged over this refusal to accede to his wishes, and went off to the barn. A box of Rough on Rats had been used at the stable to rid the crib of rodents. The tot took a big dose of the poison and was found a few hours afterwards stiff in tin Tttr nir, surf-bathin- g, ocean voynge, pala- meeting nt Shilo last Sunday. Mrs. O. S Bond Is on the sick list. Miss Katie McDaniel, who has been very low with typhoid fever for the past six weeks, is improving. Miss Salllc Allen, of neur Eureka, Iud., is visiting friends aud relatives here. Mrs. John F. Allen returned l.ouie last Wednesday niter a few days visit nt Koslnc. Misses Letn and Left McDaniel nre Mr. J. R. Latimer, the fruit ngent, had on exhibition this week two Wickson plums that weighed 9 ounces. They were the first thnt we have ev cr seen, Mr. Sim Galloway, living between Fordsvllle nud Narrows, died Wednes day evening' after a short Illness. Ho was one of the best men in Ohio county and will be greatly missed. Mr, A. J. Bell will in a few days open up a meat shop in the Jno. Bean house next door to Fair & Co's. Mr. Bell Is n good business man and will no doubt meet with good success. Thete has been a great deal ol sickness in this pait of the county. Miss Lizzie Curly has been quite sick, also Mrs. Ida Canon. Mr. John Flat and Miss Ollle Good-win- g were quietly married at the home of bride Wednesday night. Miss Maggie Black, of Hamlin Chapel neighborhood, is visiting relatives here. Mr. Dave Raley, of Bloomington, Ind , is the guest of his sister, Miss Beit Ruley, this week. Mis. Jane Anderson and sons from Washington county, are visiting her brother, Mr. A. Foster, this week. Km Roland filled his regular ap pointment here Sunday. Mr. Clarence Raley visited in Washington neighborhood last week. M'bsBelle Whlltinghill has returned from Phtlpot. Misfes Maggie Black and Clara Foster were the guests ot Miss Annie WlUon Sunday. Ida. hosim: death." Losing Flesh The following uanied persons have paid their subscription to Tim since our last issue: J. M. Lash, Crawfordsvllle, Ind.; T. II. Bentou, CentcrtownjC. S. Carson, Beda; A, D. Park, White Run; J. A. Park, Clear Run; G. W. Davidson, that we hnve Barretts Ferry; 0. R. Tinsley, Unit-for- The New York Journal, the most violent free silver paper iu America last year, says: "That prosperity is at hand is conceded by representative men In every branch of trade. If the judgment of the most conservative bank president ot the metropolis is to be accepted, this country has suddenly entered upon nn nrea of advanceThe cltiz-n- s of Hartlord voted on ment that is likely to last at least for the school tax question Monday, three or four years. In that time evwhich carried by n majority of seven, ery man who cares lor work may find The following named gentleman were employment, every man who has elected as Trustees: A J. Bell, D M, saved money may double It." Hccleer, Wood Tinsley, J. S. Glenn, CASE FO R EMAN-CAT- E Jno P. Morton nnd Dr. E. W. Ford. Thty nre nil good men and will tee n good fchool, tial hotel entertainment and a visit to the Capital, if desired. The low rate of $2 50 perdayha been secured at the Hygeia and Chamberlain Hotels. Etery attention and couttesy will be extended to ladies without escorts. Choice of routes returning, between Richmond and Cliiton Forge, will be given, those who desire to visit Lynchburg, Natural Bridge and other points of interest. Sleeping car rates will be $4.00 for berth, Lotisville to Old Point, to be otcupled by on or two persons, and application for sleeping cai space should be made at once to W. A. Wilgus, S. P. A., Hopkinsville, Ky. For further particulars, address as above or call on Agent I. C. R'y. W. H. PALMER, WATERLOO, IOWA. "Saved From tha Horror of Nervout Prostration" by Dr. Miles' Nervine. M.-- - jSt) Camo TE A OHBRS' INSTITUTE upforTrlal Monday and aVordlct Roachod. Cate-Forem- an er 1 94. Siwhv alldrurvlus. Jlr. W, 31. llmUnii Kcnil. Last Friday morning at her home iu Harttord surrounded by friends nnd relatives, Mrs. W, M. Hudson quietly aud peacefully breathed her last and her spirit was carried away to the God who ga7e it. Mrs. Hudson had been afflicted with consumption and had been a silent sufferer for several months. She was born n Ohio county April 16, 1866, and was the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. A. B. Patterson, and was man led to Mr. W. M. Hudson October 15. 1885. She was n consistent member of the Baptist Church. Alter funeral services at the house the reuuins were laid to rest iu O.ikwood Cemetery. The bereaved family have the sympathy of the entlte town, InSosslonat Boavor Dam This Wook. The Ohio County Teachers' Intiti-tutconvened at Beaver Dam Monday mom ing, The meeting was called to order by Supt. Shultz Devotional exe cbes were conducted by Rev, J. N. Jarnagin. Supt. Shultz was elected permanent chairman and A. C. Tujlor Secretary; Miss Nettie Rogers u case The celebrated was callad in the Ohio Circuit Court Monday and was submitted to the Assistant Secretary. Hon. R, P. Hocker delivered the nddiess ol welcome, In which he as surid the teachers that Beaver Dam was )lad to welcome that body among her people His address was well received. Response by l'r i R. Foster, Pr U K R R.y nnd Win Foster, Jury in the afternoon. This has been one of the most hotly contested cases that has been tried in the Ohio Circuity Coutt for several years. Our readers are all familiar with the circumstances which led up to the case and we will not repeat them. Foreman had sued Mrs, Cate for $10,000 dauibge for scalding him one night last winter as he was coming out the church door at Sulphur Springs. The jury after hearing the evidence nnd nrgument of the coun sel brought In n verdict giving Fore- -I man u ludgnient of fi.io 00, which together with the cost in the case will amount to nbout $600 00, doos not always Indlcato Mr. W. II. I'almcr. of Waterloo, Iowa, wrltosi "I was tsUoa a. uerrous strlsturo ot tho urouelilal with tubes, which dereloped luto nervous prostration, I was so west I could not sit up. I got no sleep (or dajs except when under tho Influence ot opiates. Por four mouths I suf- rerea agonies ana pmjrcu aCOUail nliwIcLin said I had consumption, for I had Vi mtea- a cough that gave tu nn rest. Hut a Kood -old pbrstclaa whost s mocllclno Had failed, lualui adrltod me to uso Pr. JII1p' Uastoriitlva Nerrlno and I thank Hod that It has brightened my days, lengthened my Ufa and saved mo from the horrorsof nervous prostration." Dr. Miles' Ilemedles are sold by all druggists under a posltlvoguamutee, first bottle ' benefits or monoy refunded. Hook on Boats aud Nsrves sunt frro to all applicants. DIL MIU3 MKUIOAL CO., Ullthart, lud. anu do TDr' uununii at rtsi una Nrv!nt; JrUtors Hartford Republican. PRIDAY, AUGUST so. 1897 PATENTS On Dovlcos for Provontlng Hons From Sotting. w.iy to n period of firm nnd rising prices. The farmer Is raising good crops, Is selling them at good prices, nnd is paying oil old debts. ' Easy to Take to Operate THu WONDERS OF SCIENCE, General Directory. Governor William 0. Utmlloy. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-IiiirlnCharles Finli-y- . SeciclnrytifSlato Atttiinoy General W. S. Tnjlur. Auditor fcJaniuol 11. Stone. Treasurer Geo. W. Long. Commissioner ol Agriculture, nml Hintist.w Lucas llnr-llitiiltin. One of the unsolved problems ol tli ages litis been to discover nn nr gtimeut for dissuading the "setting" lien from following the natural bent of her material instincts, and inducing her to resume her egg laying routine. The average poultry raiser thinks he is defrauded unless he can secure one egg per dleiu for seven or eight months fiom each hen. When.therc-forc- , n hen stops laying in the early summer, and vehemently asserts her intention to remain in the nest all day without adequate rental to the owner, the trouble begins. It is a battle royal between human intellect and ingenuity nnd animal Instinct, the hen usually coming off with the honors, unless she sacrifices her Hie to the often too drastic measures adopted by the owner. Of the many expedients employed by the human being in this contest, peace. two have been patented to their inm . ventors by the United States GovernDo not make your children to ment, nnd may not be used by the exdescrepid after years by giviug asperated public without proper li- them chill tonics containing arsenic. cense from the patentees. Arsenic ruins their bones and pufls The first patent was granted to a them up. They look better for n citizen of La Crosse, Wis., in :S87, while. The arsenic finally shows its and 0 has seven years yet to run. The ghastly results. Dr. Bell's Pepperinventor proposes to place in the ucst mint Chill Tonic contains no arsenic. ina flat coil oi stout wire, having at It makes stout, sound bone. It tervals sharp points. lie states un- makes real flesh health itself. It der oath that besides drhing the hen cures chills permanently. For sale off the nest, it will, operating in the by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. manner described in the patent, "inAttention, Coiiirmlrs. stantly divert the hen from any desire Louisville, Aug. 2. Mr. D. O'Rl-le- y, cr disposition to set." Not only will Leitchfield, Dear Sir; Your let it do this, but, theoretically, it will so ter of July 3 :st, for the Reunion at eflectually banish all recollection of previous intent upon the part ol the Hodgensville in September, we will party of the second part that she will authorize one fare rate from all points lorthwith resume her ordinary de on this line in the State of Kentucky meanor and begin laying eggs again. In reference to the rates for the G. A. It leads like a airy tale, but the orig- R. Meeting at Buffalo, August 2328, inator of the idea doubtless never had beg to say that rate from Leitchfield experience with hens so fertile in re- will be $12 75. As circulars of insource and indominable in will pow- structions will be issued from Chicaer as those with which the writer had go. I do not know at this time the dates of sale or limits, but presume personal acquaintance in his youth. The second patent has just been they will be the same aa from LouisYour truly, granted to a man residing in Roxton, ville, W.A.Kru.i.ONG,A.G.P.A.,I.C.R.R. Tex., and has given rise to a great deal of amusement upon the part of The DNcoicry Nnvcil HI I.llo. Mr. G. Caillouetts, Druggist, The man the Patent Office officials. 111., says: "To Dr. King's who made the drawing, in order to play a joke upon the office, showed New Discovery I owe my life. Was the device a pair of blinders fasten- taken with La Grippe and tries all the ed to the head of a lordly chanticleer, physicians for miles about, but of no and in its form it was published. The avail and was given up and told I examiner whr had charge of the case cCuld not live. Having Dr. King's has been bantered so much that he New Discoveiy in my store I sent for now asserts that the fowl is really a a bottle and began its use and lrom hen, but of a French breed having no the first dose began to get better, and after using three bottles was up and distinction between the rexes. The patent says: "When a hen is about again. It is worth its weight provided with one of these improved in gold. We won't keep store or hoods she can neither see to the right house without It " Get a free trial nor leit, nor upwardly, and thus is at J. H. Williams Drug Store. prevented from flying to any elevatThe editors and street corner oraed prsitlon. All nests in the modern tors who are still the conbtxuetionoi henneries are constructhreadbare assertion that a protective ted at an elevation ironi the ground, tariff breeds trusts seem to have for and a- - a fowl will never fly in a digottoii that trusts never flourished in liich she cannot first rection in this country as they did under the look, the hen will thus be prevented Wilson law, which Is now happily from flying up to her nest." laid away. As the hen can see directly before SuinrtliliiKr In Know. her, however, it doe3 not appear how It may be worth something to she is to be prevented ironi focalizing her efforts to hatching a brood of know that the very best medicine for chickens from such bits ot broken restoriug the tired out nervous syscrockery as she can stracth into a tem to n healthy vigor is Electric Bitters. This medicine is purely vegecorner of the aforesaid "hennery." table, acts by giving tone to the ner7e in the stomach, gently stimuvery appearanceof Sutherland's centres The lates the Liver and Kidneys, and aids Eagle Eye Salve signifies that this of! impuriremedy is new and original in itself. these organs in throwing ties to the blood. Electric Bitters It is manufactured on an improved method. The many miraculous cures improves the appetite, aids digestion, by those who have of long standing that are being ac- and is pronounced tried it as the very best blood purfier complished by its use emphasizes its importance as the greatest cure and nerve tonic. Try it, Sold for 50c known for any and all kinds of sore or $1.00 per bottle at J. II. Williams Drug Store. eyes. For sale by Z, Wayne Griffin be-cti- nie Beav-ersvill- e, Settled business conditions and confidence have n turned to the people j n consequence of the National administration's redemption of the campaign pledges on the tariff question. B who have been keeping their stocks - the lowtst possible at point since 1893 and have bought on ly from hand to mouth, as it were, now do not hesitate to purchase freely so as to discount the future. The tide of trade, has turned and is running at the flood. The improvement is general nnd marked. Every business man in every line whatsoever sees in each single detail of his trade a sign of better times than he has hnown for at least four years. Kvery traveling salesman who has returned to Chicago within n week nnd they have been pouring Into every house, for the trips in quest of fall trade end July 31 has told the same story and proved It by list ol orders. The croakers must desprlve these conclusions or hereafter hold their n-- Are foftturci peculiar to Hood's rills, flmall In size, taitclcsj, cfflclcnt, thorough. As one man l.WK Tiiublnt and Consumption can be cured. An It'iiliunt New Yotk' Chemist ni d Scientist Makrs n Flee Offer to our Kendcts. STATU niWCIAMI, AN OPEN , DR. SAMUEL eaMi " You nercr know you oyer." 55c. ' Hood's A WE ARP. ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USK OF THE WORD "CABTORIA," AND " PITCHER'S OASTORIA," A3 OUR TRADE MARK. To MOTHERS. LETTER .,,.', liaToUktn&pllltlllltlsall a I. Hood tt Co., rrorrletora, Lowell, Mass. , Tbe only pills to take with Hood's Saraaparllla. Pills Ro- - CONFESSION nouncos Bryanlsm. County Attornoy Wolf Campton, Kv., Ausf. 14 The rapid improvement of all business here is having a tendency to show the silver-ite- s where they have been misled. County Attorney Stamper, of this place, one of the most unswerving and uncompromising followers of Bryan and the free silver heresy in the late campaign, and a leading Democrat in this county, had the courage to day to come out and admit that the free silver cause is dying and will not be sprung as an in the campaign oi This conlessioncreated consid1900. ' erable surprise In the free silver ranks, as Mr. Stamper is the Demo cratic nominee for County Attorney in this county. To a Commercial representative he said: "I am a Democrat; I have closely studied every phrase of the money question. Everybody should be honest and speak the truth at all times. I have tried as lird as anybodyfto uphold the free silver doctrine, but as sure as there is a God the tide is turning against us. "The idea that the piice regulates the price of wheat aud other commodities; why, it is really absurd and ridiculous. The law of supply and demand Is the greatest factor iti controling the price of wheat, or any thing else. "That won't bear the test. Look at wheat, for instance. It Is higher now than it has been for years, and the beauty of this is.it is in the hands of the producers, and they will derive the benefit of these high prices. Railroad stock, cattle, sheep, hogs, etc , have advanced proportionately. Cattle are selling" higher than they have been for years. Signs of returning prosperity are on every hand, and the people, although they may be sil verite3, are bound to acknowledge it, nnd the sooner the better. We Democrats will have to spring a new issue or we are gone, certain. "The discovery of a most inexhaustible gold beyond measure, and we will not have the face to throw up tothegoldite that the stock of gold is insufficient to make gold the standard of value. The whole tide, I repeat, is turning against us." Mr. Stamper is not In sympathy with the Democratic nominees or this county, and is going to exert his influence for the candidates under the "Log Cabin" in the county race. TliMlUtlngiiblinl New York Client 1st, I'. A, Slocitm, (lemnnstratini; hit ol a relinblc mid absolute cur.- - for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberciilosls)-tuall bronchial, throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal afTtrction, general decline and wcikness, loss of flesh, and conditions of wasting nway, will send THREE FREE BOTTLES (.11 difletent) of his New Discovery to any afflicted render of Tin: UnrunttCAN writing for them. Ills "New Scientific Tieatineut" has cured thousands permanently liy its timely use, nnd he considers it a simple professional duty tosulfeting humanity to donate n trial of his infallible cure. Science dally develops new wonders, and this great chemist, patiently experimenting for year.", has pr duced results ns beneficial to humanity as can be claimed by nny nftxlerrj genius His assertion that lungtroub les and consumption nre curable in any climate is pioven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude,"filed inhisAmer ienn and European laboratories In thousands irom those cured in all parts of the world. Medical axperts concede that bronchial, chest and lung troubles lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and ceartaiu death. Simply wtite to T A. Slocuiu. M. C, 98 Pine street. New York, giving postoflice and express address, and the free medicine will be promptly sent. Sufferers should instant advantage of his generous proposition. Please tell the Doctor that you saw his offer in the Rr.runucAN. PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, was tho originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORlA," tho same Mooro. on cver that has bomo and docs now Hiiparintendmit Public lnstruction-Ge- o wrapper. bear tho facsimile signature of M. Davl-oItogfster Land Office Lbns. O. This is tho original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been Reynold. used in tho homes of tho Mothers of America for over thirty Iiisurnnco Bureau CommiMionei-gears. LOOK CAREFULLY at tho wrapper and see that it is W. Comitigorc. Adji.tnnt General D. It Collier. tho hind you have always bought on ",0 Slato Librarian Mrs. Mnry llrown and has tho signature of Ca&ffl&&&4Z wrapDay. UAIMIOAI) COMMIBStONMH. per. No ono has authority from mo to use my name ex.Tno 0. Wood, chairman; J. I. cept Tho Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is Dempsey, II. 8. Irwin. Secretary President. Samuel 'P. llrown. &iStfo-- ti. March 8, 1S97. C&& f frf D, CONOnns-IONA- Senators Hon. William C. Liml say, Hon. J. U. S. Hlnckluirn. Representative Fourth District Hon. John W. Lowis. Do Not Be Deceived. 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 he does not know. FAC-SIMIL- Ql. j Do not a cheap 8TATE I.nOI3l.ATU!(U. (because Senator Hon. A, D. James. gredients IJnprescntiitivo Ohio County Hen. OHIO COUNTY. CIItCUIT COUNT. C. M. Barnctt. "The Kind You Have Always Bought" BEARS THE E SIGNATURE OF Hon W. T. Owen, Judge boro. Owcii8 Hon. J. Edwin Howo, Attorney Owousboro. Tlio and Semi-weekl- y JRepublican the St. Louis Globe-Democrat T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hnrtford. O. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Uingo, Master Commissioner Hartford. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. Cal. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. Deputies Samuel Keown Hertford Joe Roberts. Fordsvillc: Tlio. R. Bishop, Centcrtown; S. T. Stevens, Cromwell. (2L&& Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You. one year for $1.75. Remember Bullington will give ypu a good shave, hair trim or shampoo, Til fig- Hani Court convenes first Monday in March and August nnd continues three weeks, aud third Monday in May and November two weeks. COUNTY COt'ltT. John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartlonl. E. P. Ncal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes first Monday in each month. QUAirrnrtiA W 8 ! 'Ibr fill! USUI, FOR EVERY EVERY EVERY EVERY EVERY member ol family on farm, in village, in ytate and Territory. FOREducntioii, FOR NoMo Manhood, OABTOHIA. 2 ySj--- ' 'i'i'1 Ifutut third Monday in Jnnunry, April, July ami October. Begins on tlio COUHT OV court. & Bro. .Vntlcc. The Annual Reunion of the Kentucky Union Soldiers will be held at ONE OF TWO WAYS. Hodgesvillc, Ky., on September roth and nth. All old comrades cordially By order of Gen. The bladder w.11 created for one invited to attend. purpose, namely, a receptacle for the E. II. Hobson, President. urine, and as such it is not liable to D. O'Rilry, Sec'y. nny form oi disease except by one of two ways. The first way is from imDr. Bell's Peppermint Chill Tonic perfect action of the kidneys. The second way is irom careless local is a pleasant liver laxative. It gives treatment of other diseases, you an appetite. It prepares your cmru' cau.su. stomach nnd digestion for receiving Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kidneys is the chief csuse of bladder an assimilating whatever your appe troubles. So the womb, like the tite may crave. This makes rich, . bladder, was created for one purpose, red blood, bone and This an' if not doctored too much is not builds you up nnd makes you stout. liaMe to weakness or disease, except in rare cases. It is situated back of This cures chills so they stay cured. and very close to the bladder, theie For sale by X Wayne Griffin & Bro. fore any pain, disease or inconven ietice manifested in the kidneys, back Mr. Bryan, having been ordered oil bladder or urinary passage is often by mistake, attributed to female the lecture nnd oratorical contest by utikiiessof womb trouble of some the leaders of the silver patty, will siri The eiror is ei.sily made and now find time to go to Mexico and may lie as easily avoided. To find make a real study of the silver quesout correctly, set your mine aside for not that tcnty four hours: n pediment or set tion, something so long he hascould ns he kidney or bladder thought ol doing tlinir indicates be permiittd to talk. 1 hose who had ttouble. The mild and the extrnor-dinaieflYcl ol Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, hoped to be able to nssert that the and the great kidney, and blad of the completion of the Dingley der lenitdy Is soon rfdlzed. II you law was not apparent in business cirneed a medicine yen hlionld have the t At druggists fifty cents and cles find their only methoJ of makoil" dollar. You may hive a sample ing this assertion Is to falsity tin-- recbattle nnd pamphlet, until sent free by ord which the country nnd the facto mail. Mention the Harti'ord nnd send vour address to rius nnd the employees ot till sections Dr. Kilmer fc Co., Uinghamton, N are nuking. Y The proprietors ot this pjper guarantee the genuineness of this of ot Sir J fur Wl1e.1t has reached $1 a bushel in This 111 irks the death ol Cilil.irnii il l'rii-irllllrynnisiu. On the tombstone of (he Tim Chicago has been might be written "Ji into! viewing the wholesale houses political corpse n bushel killed him." Indianapolis nml all the diummera out of Chicago fle.-Uy cf-leb-Di-ul11 y. Time-Heral- Convenes first Monday iu January, FORTruo W'omniiluxid. For Nnle nnd Tuesday after tho second Monday A desirable farm of one hundred iu October. IT gives all important news of tho Nation. acres, situated near Hartford, well other county orpicmts. IT gives u'l important noivsof tho World. watered, a good orched, two hundred G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur IT gives the moM rolinlilo market reports. bearing trees, good buildings, and in Springs. good community. For futther parIT gives brilliant and instructive editorial. N. 0. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. ticulars call at this office nt once, tf IT gives faecinating short etories. HartZ. H. Shultz, School Supt. IT gives an unexcelled agricultural department. ford. It gives ecieutifit and mechanical information. L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur IT gives illustrated fashion articles. Springs. IT gives humorous illustrations. Poorhouee 0. R. Campbell, IT gives entertainment to vouiil' and old. Keeper, Hartford. For Infants and Children. IT gives satisfaction cvervwhero to everybody. justices' couhtb. Wo iiiruisliTilE REPUBLICAN and NEW YORK WEEKLY A. S. Auli. March 3, Juno 1 , Sepn fis-' ten tember 1, December 1. TRIBUNE, hath papers itirj TTIJFIfc Jont B. Wilson March 0, Juno 5, September 4. December 4. March 12, C. L. WoomvAiin Everybody Soya So. 1 10 Cabarets Candy Cathartic, tlio most won- June 1, September 10, December Address nil orders to tho .Lis. A. Bowlio March 20 June derful medical discovery of tlie age, pleasant and refreshing to tno taste, ncl gently 19, September 18, December 18. and positively on kMnoys, liver nnd liowds, B. P. GitAvra March 2."), June cleansing tlio entire system, dispel cold., euro headache, fever, habitual constipation 20, September 2.1, December, 24 33Ly- and l)llionsnos. Plenso buy and try a box rite your name and address on a postal cord, send It to Geo. W. Iim ; 111, & W) cents, bold and of O. O. C. Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, nnd sample copy olTIIB Ask your guurantccd to euro by all druggists. NKWYORK WKEKI.V TRMUNR will be mailed to you. DrucRist lIxciirMftiix. lorn generous if Tit fit- . . J Kentncky Trotting Horse Breeders' cent litnl I'.Ij'n frcnni 1 I in Association, Lexington, Ky., on sale contains uo Inco Oct. 4 to 16. ido.7, good till Oct. iSth cam, niocury noi Where lit l'roMierlty? nny other inju to return, $5 55. Here is a sensible reply to the ever rir.ua drug. National Encampment Sons ol Vetrecruiting question and to many who It is qnlckh erans, Indianapolis, Sept. 9 to 1197, Absorbed. are asking it, says the always good . tickets on sale Sept. 8 and 9, good til! st once. I Cor. 5th and Market Sts, Maysville Ledger: Louisville, Ky. ot,ens an., ceans "You have all heard of them. Some Sept. 16 to return at $6 65 c(jldnHEAD Encampment Union Veteran League es the Nasal Pavsages. Alltu. Inllani of them whittle store boxes, chew the Aflords the bes.t facilities for thorough pructical trainiug in SHORTHeals nnd FroUcls the meanest grade of plug on the market Columbus O , Sept. 22 and 23, 1S97, tuition Success assured in Restores the Si uses of HAND, TYPEWRITING and BQOK.KIJIH'ING. loaf away their time day after tickets on sale Sept. 21 and 22, good Membrane. and Tjste nnd Smell. Full Sie'soc; THRUU MONTHS. Terms moderate. Pupils assisted to POSITIONS day. Others try to take comfort in till Sept. 28 to return, $10 25. Ttial Size ioc nt Druyglsts or by when competent Business men furnished Stenographers 1'REIt OP red liquor lS fights to the pint, and Meeting Grand Lodge K of P , mail. CHARGE thus take bread from hungry, de- Fraukfort, Ky., Oct. :6 to 22, tickets ELY BROS , 56 Warren St., N. Y pendent mouths, and describe with on sale Oct. 18 and 19, good till Oct, tangled tread and outlines of whirl- 23 to return, $4 80. II, Merrick, IMurnto Your Ilunrel With t'ii.vjrrl. Candy Cavhnrtlc, euro constipation forovcr. ing wheels and zigzig activity. They Agt, Beaver Dam. 10c, 23c. If C. C. C, fall, druiTKlikta refund money made no effort to add to their own possessions and when they see a man at work, want to stop him to ask: Where is that prosperity you promlast July we nro still headquarters tor nil ised last fall?' Who are they? Pop. Notwithstanding our bnrnt-ou- t ulist Democrats, of course, and mainkinds ot ly of that class who have never eaten rc-- & do, ? bread irom the sweat of their own Boat quality of Steel and Chilled Plows. Both AVnlkingnnd Uidinj,' BraVcw faces coivo a "They have not yet learned that, Corn Drill, Check-roPlanters, Hilling nnd Walking Cultivators with and under whatsoever legislation, Indi- without tongues, Diso Harrows, Fencing Wire plain nuil barbed. Osbarne vidual prosperity must come through Mowers and Binders, Hubor Threfclmig Machiuc,Tractioii engine?. All above Note Heads, Letter Heads, individual effort. Leeches and paraImplements aro guaranteed to be of tho best quality. First-clnrrepairing Bill Heads, Statements, sites which live from the earnings of oi all kinds done promptly. g n specialty, also a full lino of others must be content to wait the fertilizers for tobacco. Business Cards, Circulars, You will find us nt'our oUl'stnnd on First and ripening of the harvest of those who Railroad Si. Come in and sco us. Visiting Catds, Dodgers, CLAIM9. j ONE YEAR y .lAHTFOKI) REPUBLICAN, 33Ct:Lt;0:ra., GOHHEBGUL OASTOniA. CATARRH KIKE'S COLLEGE Gives-Relie- SHORTHAND INSTITUTE E322LXXi33.oe S.-E- on StiLt &t. V Saved 3 Do you want any I PRINTING? Farming Implementse Horse-shoein- we arc ready to your orders for ry thing in that line. We print If you labor. and aetidenies t page of interviews ir.t these few striking paragraphs; Nawa. Country merchants are buying l yin promptly. Qn!H ait better ia quantity and quality limn lbc have been for years. A pctiod of lallin 1 rices has given free-lyipt- Subscribe for Tlio Republican (M(l lCCOp up with the times. , "It does not lie in the mouths ol those who by voice and vote and by four years of destructive legislation and execution drove out prosperity from American homes, to grumble because in four short months that has not been reconstructed, which required four long years of their mad, persistent folly to tear down and destroy. Yes, where is prosperity ? Go ask the American shepherd in whose once growing flock you have bten as Go nsk the slaughtering wolves, American laborer, whom you have re duced to pneury, and into whose once happy family circle you have carried the merciless pings of hunger nnd want. Go ask the American farmer whose home maiket you snatched nw.iy ns you ran with Billy Wilson In that wild and visionary chase after 'the markets ol the world.' Go learn of these, and take up again that sweet refaain, but bing in geuile strains, 'Four more years of Grover,then we'll bein clover.' "In a little while you can cut down the mighty nk, hut it takes time to grjwnuothrr like it. You may your houses in one thort hour, but it requires days to rebuild, And so it is th it while you have prostrated the Inisini'sa ol the entire country You can in lets tli 111 four months 1 de-ttt- oy WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, BE AVER DAM, KY. Wedding Invitations, Piuscription Blanks, Horse Bills, Tack Bills. ftrJ WHO fi IS YOUR TAILOR? a CORRECT FIT? RECEJVC THE YOU In iact everything that you want s printed. All work and at lowest prices. Write or call first-clas- Do You (Jet for esti mates. v I I benefits IN 20 YEARS IE SUCCESS HIGH GRADE TAILORING bv ORDERING YOUR SUITS AND OVERCOATS OF O HEPUBIICM XZd.37tXoard, seslst-- . M. BORN & Co. THE GREAT CHICAGO MERCHANT TAILORS. Our Clubbing Rates. 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M .r?cTrr;"&r . wr-..l -- & wMflfawi ALL Who dosircs to better his or hor condition la xao uaiaiogno oi tno BPJYAWT if. - - w VI ' W matt Hfo, should -l-- writo tot ....... quo RTDATTnil raTjraray OX . lT j 33 no. TUUIU BTHEHT, JjOUIBVILIiB, KY. m