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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- .' rWimrir, lr" ' ' -- at -- -" - many mmkl. when the Cre.itor saiJ ta woman, "In sorrow slinlt thou bring forth children," that a cure wai pronounced npainst tho human rncc, but the joy felt by every Mother when the first presses to her heart her babe, proves the contrary. Danger nnd Buffering lurk in the pathway of the Expectant Mother, and should be avoided, th-ishe may reach the hour when the hope of her heart is to be real ized, in full vigor and strength. t "i ",2r T satfi -- i - -- n- -- EPUBL WAN 11 OFFICIAL ORGAN OF i.. rt.it. eisc iikc nr jfnoimng 6 'vtarta'iv'6 ,...... t w The most refreshing and pleasant Soap for the skin. ISifrnw m U iH H ) I, MS FAR!? IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DiSHICs. 'pr.iipjts No. 5. (itiiiiii Y-- t 111 VOL. X. A HARTFOKD, KY., FltlDAY, AUGUST 27, 1807. dcllveted, and also that the e number ol letjuts carried shows a The rural carrier increnio. makes one trip a day over a distance of between nnd twentyiotir mites. He supplies his own conveyance horse and cxrt of bicycle. It has been found that responsible men nre wilN lug to do Hit work for an annual stipend ranglnlrom $175 upwards, tho average piy being about $300 It il cstimnled that at tnftt rate sixty million dollars (ilxmt half the annual pension bill) would provide rnral dell very, all oierthe United Slater. among other That would mean, things, employment for 200,000 par Bones. The niral enrtiers nre allowed t eke out their stipend by any sup pleinentnry enterprises that do not intirfcrc with their duties, ns to sell ntatnpa or stationery nnd receive and dsllver express parcels or telegrams. Where farmers live some distance from the road their mall is leit in baxes at convenient points by the roadside, frow whhjh also letters are Harper's Weekly. odlictcd. thfiin iUTANEOUS Tlt.lll"M lltANHIOiniAIKIN, ti m mi i r" a a utii nr a so relaxes the system and as-ais- ts o p- - n, wiS JfeP mothers have rut .in th.nwiket, uidatl Vigriy.-VT. without Nausea, Headache, "I've sunned tunny insults" Gloomy that the change takes place Nervous Fore-boilintr- Nature, Two tramps upon a footbridge II v cutious ehnnce dlil meet; There was not room for tossing And neither would rctrnt. frowned upon the other With d it beclouded frown, And each' of them Itnlstcd The other should He down. ncc-Cs.s-i- ry It li . or - dan('lakSlOSUuSB Cor, and the "It's unelesa then to puley,'--' The elder tramp replied, trvinft hour is robbed of its pain aid suffering, as so many happy And ns he spoke lie seized him The younger person snid, "Hat u'oiip shall trend upon me Until this body's dead " thereby lessening the foreign demand for our breadstuff-)- the prices tjecllne for Ihe farmers. The same hioxotn-hl- o law of supply and demand applies to sliver. When the.production was 'not equal to the demand It be came more valuable than golcVat the legal ratio of 16 to 1, and whan the production became largely in the excess ol the demand it has steittllly e'es y oliited, untlt our silver dollar is intrinsically' worth le3 . tjinn J4 , lltm-- H &w SbrtxnkrK 'tfiH VK is said tlujl Knsas ii rov- oriterl hy pftliconts, says William Allen White in The Atlantic. If by ttiN it he meant that women share it 0lWT.NuqjM?B4T ;JPfflCE2gfri J cents. Nothing but "Mo'.ber's Frieuil" docs strange the transformation tVs, Don't be deceived oy Ah. Which in the tramp took place enuaded to use anything else. The contact ulth'lhe ua'er I Gave him another facel " Vnlhorti Frleml" U hn e;restrnityTeT our ruMoowft prill. It II KIKO A u , Whlnwrlght.'Isx. experienced. And threw him In the tide. "IriiRvlit. t Il.fm.or.otii ny mill mrerlpt irl4 Hrlia for bock containing Taliu- kle luformkUnn for all MotbM, willed fiM. Tli HmU!J tUf.UUr Itlsau, (It. rf r f. An Tour trfM thf Vntet JOHN XVKUurulltV mtr tT!Bgm wlih. ., -- ... Wftblnt4Hi, 1) e.for itvlr tt,rt PMe oflrr (Sol Utt f wo Iiuv1rl It ''nn:iou wwiUJ. Wanted-- Idea tr SggS TrtfrrfffJ Journal. F(nitnr. .AIER3HAN-T- ffO US pr ii it M sin- i5-'- an WHilEWRR -- .. 5H' SUSHI HOTEL P.O. AUSTIN, 531 Wost Market My r., Street Be twnsn 5th and Oth, Louisville, Ky. . BAKER AND Clkbkm: J"-'"- ( O. BAKER. Louisville Si Dental Mil WWW1 Co., 1 14 owBSsgcmaKY.. $S to $7 Ool'l Crowns to Crowns llts- - Htt ol teeth (no better made no matter how much you py) . J8 W.H.f t. j j u ' Slilnjrs Ollinif $i up Jn'!.-- t 75c pei tooth 35c IMule Mxtraeting with Vital ned soe Air. . i:trnetinfc lire wlieti Attificlal h nre ortWrel. Officr permanent T ix'rtted Kt'ttetlnif, 1 f dia uu ycur Wm, Oi.t my rrw)tTOIIM WEUnKKUl'IlN 4 brio rdlimt rMlih . mut-cCO., Tnu W. ilmtnn, D c.fT thrlr SI.IM) iriH(I b"0.'r,t In -- nik'in Uvl lilt 1 1 aUl WantBd-ArTl- I3m tu TASTELES WARRANTED. . I3JU0TASCOO0FORADULT0. (AIATIA,IIUI.lKOT.lll,lMt. St rnrlt Mrdlf Ino Co., nUIOiiu, Ma. W) lottlM ct lut roar, Huntsman: Wo TABt'UI.KI-Cllir.1. TONIC aiM hare OJIOVH-ulreiuljr ttiu ypr. InnlluHrex Luaulit tlirtti uru. In tho rtrnu- - hiulnfM. Imvd rrl.nfmMo( li i nrtlrla tbat uiiTa ucli uulTvraul our.lrulr, M ruur 'Xuulj. PR!CEEOct. uer - ur, An.iEv.Cinn Hell. ACO. rorsi!el iv Williams BJoVK8plg,DKlns '&. "SS"w " S'KONOQRAPMY, elegraphy ill ,i kT " a i9C iiw'airYiiiaMtio. Vj. .ijnFjrfjiasMjjsMwBsi t ' or iirmlr of bis (ftmoui and Tciponilbfo C0. UtECWlL COLLEGE OF KY, UHIVEHSITY I.EX1NCTON, ICY., of WILBUR R. SMITH, MMVatM'tf Expo.it. m. Vv rdiutf lti of ml Va' Vi rnll tin Tt mirM. locltiJIngTul f0, 8iii iiud(Tjpntin(aDd7eli6phy,SfMlilti. Oi il Hruliirfcr TnlTrtir piplom. nntk r 4t tir iittfii.uitti. LiUrMyUmirtKjfrfe, Ul.lrM. itii-lnr- .nJM Mflnl il. u.ni1ii t iKMltltf&a. Hoini iu (tmlly, ubuiit BbtnMlon. Kntrrunw. UrftJufttviiarrMfsl WILBUR GMITH.LCXINQTON.KV aEiri CUV! SiKft..! njs u romptiiHiVk'Jn riM AyTvei6jTSr . rX'ii'w4&i ,s?Sffi13TttiriTTll 'W . t7fC"jiv'Mfiv''w nu rulraiywmttw!;, - pbi "vuvi vance. ".tw. Au interesting !sson tu the silver I4me is also taught by the present condition of the silver market. If Hrunlor Ilnrrl' t'oinplnlul. we had free silver coinage nnd the One day Senator Harris went to ona silver standard here Hint would Inev1 f the Senate in a of the chief officers itably follow, the faruier starting out Vill Invade tho 'Dark and white heat of passlou. Iu the most to purchase anything needed in his demanded plcturesfpie language he family or 011 his farm would have to Bloody Ground" Again. the immediate dismissal of one ol the study the markets iu the morning to guardians of the lobby. know how much his silver dollar "That fellow has Insulted me," he would buy. To-dPeaceit would purArc dissaid. "I demand his Immediate chase about 43 centa' worth, and ful charge." the Mexican dollar that is intrinsic"Surely, if he has insulted you, ally more valuable tban outa is Senator, he shall be put oil the force sold at Our legal tender 44 cents. reply. at once," was the prompt money would have no standard value TO SEARCH FOR A CRAVE. "May I ask In what way he has except iu the payment of debts, and yon?" Adamses, Todds, Bohons, it would be exchanged for commodU ' lie ordered me to take off my Owensboro, Ky., Aug. 18 There ties just as wheat aud other products Johnsons, Blantons, and many others. ws a tine whn the thrent of nn In- kat." oi would be at the market price, while Ky pi'ifession, farmer and land dian invasion would hare alarmed "He ordered you to take off your gold would be wholly an article ot civil engineer for turnpikes, the pople o Kentucky, and would hat! Is that possible?" tie never held nuy office ol pubcommerce, nud all money lenders nnd etc have broiight every man capable of The Senator hesitated a moment, those who make leases and contracts lic truit except that of county sur bearlufr arms into the field to tcpel with his jaw set tight. veyor and county School Superinwould require payment in gold. the savage foe. There would have fol"To be exact," he replied, "he did With nn unsettled currency vary- tendent. He was born and reared a lowed deeds ol hetoism and slaughter not order me to take off my hat, but ing in value from day to say, even if secede r or Psalm singing Presbyterian almost as savage as those perpetrated told me that I had my hat on." a legal tender for the payment of and he is now a ruling elder in that by the Indians themselves, and many "Was he respectful inhls manner?" debts, those who make sales on time church at New Hope near Paint Lick a home would have been bereft of Us the official asked. would necessary require either the Statior His home is at Point Leavell male support and many an Indian "Why, of course, sir, .he was re payment of gold or calculate the pos- in Garrard county. brave would have found a resting spectful." In answer to the question how Mr. sible depreciation of silver. There place in the dark and bloody ground "Then, Senator, he was only doing would be no certain standard o( value Walla as a citizen? one of his to be mourned nnd avenged by his his dutv. He is placed in the ladies' and confusion would reigu throughout neighbors replied. "You can not brethren iu the Noitli. Kentucky is reception room to see thnt tfie pro- business circles, whereby the poor say much of Mr. Wallace as a to suffer nn Indian invasion daring prieties are observed." nnd dependent would always suffer. Christian gentleman, and intelligent, the next month that will be a matter Tile Senator looked very hard nt Of all the political vagaries of modern upright, bono able citizen." nt wonder to the pole luces nnd some the official lor a moment, and then Recognizing 15 to 20 year ago the times the cheap money and repudiadegree of terror to the younger gensnid, with great cnlmncfw and suavition theory adopted by the Chicago fact ti it the legalized liquor traffic eration nnd the ill informed, but no ty: be destroyed without the convention of rSg6 to win the favor can serious consequences it is hoped wilt "Please come with me.. I spoke of revolutionary Populist3 is the united efforts of its. Iocs, aud that follow it. harshly to that man." Philadelphia nothing will count like votes, he and suicidal. Early jn Septembtr 1,300 Cherokee Lending the way, the Senator went identified himselt with the Prohibi' Times. braves will take the warpath in the into the reception room and called tion party, casting his first vote for Indian Territory under Chiel Qnannh the offending rcrvitor up to him. Unlkxl Nrtentrcu JIlH't lo'lior Hlecp. St. John in 1834 nnd has been an Parker, and will march into Kentucky Then, looking over the people assemsnporter of thnt cause ever Theie has been much excitement ardent with all the tompt and circumstances bled In the room, he picked out all he since nnd much discussion iu lrelton over a of wnr. Their appearance will bear could identify as having been there story of the remarkable somnambulalt the tokens of trouble, but the ob- when he abused the man, and called ism of Miss Chella Counon, the their visit will be pence and them to him. ject ol year-old daughter of A. H. Cons only peace. Thoy will be accompan"Now, sir," he said, addressing non, the station agent at Felton, nnd ied by Capt. Raleigh, ol the United the man, "I acted like n blackguard one of the best known citizens there. in States army. On Tuesday ol last to you a few minutes ago, because In the last campaign he was one of man, you were doing your duty. I want week a strong nnd muscular the Addicks delegates to the National with high cheek bones nnd copper to apologize to you in the presence of Hepubllcan Convention who was not was seen by n grat these people, nnd siy that I mil countenance, A few nights ago Miss Cou-u- or JH.XK h!i OM.Y I'OltlY IX.VfN. seated. many people ol the city, but few real- ashamed ol my conduct." retired, but fell asleep before she i7ea that he was nu Indian, though With that he turned on his heel disrobed. She had been in bed New York, Aug. 21 Cherokee, Char- nud went into the Senate chamber. The price of he was a but a short time when she walka nephew oi the celebratley Parker, bar silver in London fell again this Washington Star. ed out ot the house nnd up the rails morning to 24 pence, which is the ed cMcf, Quanah Pntker, nnd whose None of the family saw road track. McTon-Isli- , lowest nnd a decline Indian name is since eslie her leave ttie house, aud did not disIDi Dalli rode through the streets without ask- tlpiiirt terdav. The price quoted in New irtrr cover that bhe was gone until some U York is 51 , which is within 4H ' ing a wfiid of anybody and went out time after. They were greatly alarmthe lowest and a t til of c siuce yesthe Hartford road m if he knew ever HHIIIik iiirlioj' rorccr. ed, nnd at once nude a search for her. Mexican dollars ate quoted foot ol the ground and he did, ns he An old Dutchman had n beautiful John Lynch, who knew the girl well, terday. was the annual scout tent out by the b'jy ol who he was very proud, nnd at 40c said that lie saw her walking up the Cherokees to keep up the traditional he decided to find out the bent of his railroad trek, but sajd nothing to her I'lHlc Jmepirx Atltlt-p-, knowledge ol the country that was mind. He adopted a very novel methWaih and pray. For cleanliness is friends ol the family at once The once so dent to them, but which is to od by which to test him. He slipped started iu pursuit of her, but wete next t. godliness. be theirs no moie forever. fellow's room one morninto the little compelled to return without her. Powder not. For some men flte at Ish was mounted on a ing aud placed on his tnble a Bible, a Nearly all night they scoured the the first ta te ot powder. beautiful bay thoroughbred, but his boitle of whisky and a silver dollar. country with bicycles and carringes, My Ust woids I address to the laride was ot moresignificnuce than the "Now," said he, "ven dot boy but none ol them thought to keep didies They must always have the usutl summer scout that is mnde for comes in, cf he dates' dot dollar, he's Miss last word. rectly on life railroad track the purposes of tradition. He was gom' to be n becanlz man! cf hednkes Connor walked straight up the track, We nre told they do the forerunner of the invasion of the tint whisky, he's uo goot he's to be Many not and when she nwokc iu the early thirth-louttOnly fools 1,200 warriors ot the not marry in hoaven. a drunknrt," nnd he hid behind the morning, she found herself near column of the twelve ttibes of the see which his son would choose. rush in where nngels fear to tread. which is seventeen miles Cheswold, Cherokees. The column is to meet In came the hoy whistling. He ran from where she stntted; she at once Kef thy hands irom picking and September 2 at. their center' house up to the table and picked up the dolsteah i If vou don't steal you won't a train and went home. On actook and leceivc the report of lar and put it In his pocket; he pick- count of the prominence of the family have t pick conl iu a penitentiary Three das later their mprch will be ed up the bible aud put it under his the matter was kept quiet until aiitie. gin. They will enter Kentucky nt arm; then he snatched up the boltte Nevir propose to a man. However yesterday, when some at the friends Hliau ru'etowu, and will march ton and took or three drinks, aud went Wilmington, much 011 love, It is" not the right' ol the family told it. place about three 111 Huh north ol Rus out smacking his lips. Theold DutchIt is putting the heart Del., dispatch" to" the Philadelphia course stllville, where they will search for man poked his head out from behind tit- - c urse. Rtcord. nnd And the grave uf a girai chief ol the door and exclaimed: "Meln gral.ode ni.t with the poor. Poverty the Cheiokoes, who whs killed in n cious! he's goln' to be a politician." Aduflly IVrclcli. mgke.4 iu acquainted with strange battle with tho bhswneis In 1749 A man guilty of owning seven Remember the old song, btdftsows TltvNIlK'r-lifnl I'rnml. This battle took plnre on a pulrlo plantations in Loulsana has added "A wa sin et and a knowing flee, and About n year ago the price ol nn near Pond riyer, snrt the old'chief whs ounce of silver and the price of a to his guilt by raising the wages of a cold .hat follows fast." wounded and carried hack into what his workmen xdYi per cent. It is. bushel whe it wete practically equal is now I.ojan county, whoiehudicd MUcrlMil it IllHCitae. the price ol wheat ranges feared that the wurus of the employes and wai. buned. A C Urndo physician siys he has of other sugar planters and of works around 90 cents per bushel, varying, discovered "a new microbe which is according to quality, from 85 to about meu in sugar houses will atso be in'lui't ToUcro Spit ami hiiwVo lur Ufc A"j. Wo have all nearly nil mouth." To quit ti.bocoo rally and lorever, Ih1hb Thece mutters nre sure to creased. 92, and nu ounce of silver is worth nolle, lull ol lilt, uervo nud tliror, uko along insisted ttint this Iree sllvensm ttewnudcr-worker- , receive intempcrnte but Infirm discustbat umlie weak men about 56 cents Coutjer-Journn- l. was t iAik. ilroiir All drimititu, HHsortl, Curucuaran-twThe price ol wheat is now nearly ns sion from the various newspapers that Rooilet and sample free Addrcti Slorllng Itoraady Co., CIiImko or New York. high ns it has been nt any time for n hunt tho octupus to Us liar nnd exfor ilfty Ceuth GuiruWl votacro liablt on re nmVaa wonk number ot years, nnd the price of alls pose the Iniquities of the tariff. They men atrong, blood puro. 60c, II. All di unguis. I'rrv Ilrllt cr) . llilrnl It Is repurted that the expeiiiutnls ver is lower than It has ever, been in have shown to their own contentment Time are twu pitilnl hypocrisies in muikeia ol the world. that the Sugar Trust dictated the the which have been umdv by the Now come the the writing mil talking ol the free dellveiy The theorv ol the cheap money dem. rates on snirnr. Department in the fue One is the constant fur retnihtd ngogues that the price of wheat nnd crowning inf.imy, the raising of wag- - silver advociten. of rurnl letters hiv, That Lwisiua man guilty of use the woid "btuietallis.u" in a n. farm products would always be ea. other very much to ttiiflMiiitini'a falsehood. The Pifly ihoiisand dollars was goveiiiii) by tho price of silver, that owning seveu sugar plantations and siuc in which it tmi n single misted many farmers into the slimy raising wages must expect no money, t ue of gold and silver by nppiopriatul last winter by Congress tlon ni the old ratio without lhulta York Sun. for this uie, and tckts ol the fcastbilir embneo of Populism, husbteu entiretlou is impossible wittiout ju. sucn ty of the plan wie made in, various ly exploded, aud utvercau be revived bimetallism as they hive In Mslco. A l.rwtuu lur Uriniiiirt, p.irUofthe country. Itatly rpoits ngnlu Out n little over twenty years ago The mher hypocrisy Is to speak ot nnd other farm, products nre Whrat which have come 111, r specially from of suptho voluqof the silver now circulating the ' IW coinage of gold and silver" to the ii exoraldq some dlstilcts In Maine and Vtrmnnt, sul u( the srititdsctiun When there is an in Mexico wus nearly $105,000,000; as though theie w.h anything the ami deniaud. fuiuurs ply tell pi thrlr abiind'itire lieiCnnd sfarcclty In othtr tp.doy it is not J44.ooo,ooo. with the no-Ad yet matte' with gold. When an Intel iIcm nr fit merh obtain higher silventes hi thla country Insist on gent inn gihblej either ol theie to'"it b it. It is count wllllnariCli to lalaii. iiwnt, he is gui'ty of inteu-lionn r m 11 dui-ur I' i'il'. I prW fir wh.it 'he v pro luce, and bllvcr as n preventive of "contracti.iii'l car. h'vu tth n there areabm dnnt crops ibroad tion."- - Courier-Journa1 'S 'lull Uy j Hi nd And when the other saw hira, He cried with joyous shout, "It Is my long lost brother!" Plunged in and pulled him out Frank J. DounUlain New Vork These f.icts cannot be too carelully fttidied by all who have been misled Into the acceptance of. cheap fuonoy as a remedy for our paralyzed 'industry and trade livery product, whither of precious metals, fielditrfortst, a ml ic or mill, is subject to but a law, nud that law is immutable. When produced in excess of legitimate consuiiip'ion the price .must decline, and when the deniandjlgreat-e- r than the supply prices .must adsin-gt- HON. O T. WALLACE. Coming on a Mission This Time. ay o y Pr'i'libltion candidate lor Clerk of w.--s was born Court of Appeals, in M1 Hson county Ky., on the 28.I1 of Feu., 1845 n son of Salem Wallace who uas one of the most substantial men ut his day and tepresented Madison County in the Legislature in about 1S43 to '45 nnd was a man Highly tespected wherever known both as a christian and a citizer. His father William Wallace moved to Oarrard (then Lincoln) county from Virginin iu the early settling of that portion ol the State, was a Revolutionary Soldier, entering the army was ptesfnt when 19 years ot(l--aHis at tht. Fiiriender of Cornwallis. line runs bick to Peter Wallace Sr,, and Miche.il Woods, whose decend-ant- s intermarried, nud from whom many of the first nnd are most noted families ol Ky,, such as the Wpodcs, McAfees, McDowells, Dedmans, Lapslnvs, Campbells, Gooches, Maeofflns, Karresscs, For-sythe- s, the public sentiment r,l tlie Kansas t iwn, the saying is true. In most towns lti other rtat'fl the corners of the principal streets nie occupied by dr.Hii.vhop . In the town where this paper is written the influence of wo- nit-iihas been exeilid so forcibly that three ot the four cornets where the two main streets ctos are occupied by bulks. Instead of Hogati's Retreat on tin.' fourth corner stands a bookstore. There the boys nnd the young men of the town find n meeting place. There they make thtJr nppointments. There they browse through the weekly illustrated papers and the magazines and look through new books. In this bookbtorc the football games are bulletined, the baseball games arc talked over, and politics finds its forum. Among all the men aud boys who frequent this resort there is no habitual drinker. There is not one whose has been stained with scandal. These young fellows are business men, clerks, professional men, real estate brokers and college students. They are clean, shrewd, active young men, who have been brought up in a town where the women make public sentiment, in a town of petticoat government, wherein a woman has never held an administrative municipal office. It is a town ot 8,roo inhabitants without a saloon, without a strange women, without a town drunkard. William Allen White in Atlantic. t It lasts twice as Ion? as others. mem. Atrial will convince jrou of In grtat wui pieitc ine mitt lawaioui. TRENCH MILLED TOILET CHARLES F.MILLER, Mir. ol SOAPS AND PlZkrUAlEKY, Lancaster, Pcnn EBTAnLISIIED, PliuFBHHlONAh -- vvuvvv vvv 1SJJ9. GAUD. J"azn.s ft. Snaltli, PIEY square M. L. T AW IIARTl'OHIl, KY. Wilt practico his profession in Ohie nnd adjoining counties, aud court of Appeals. Special attention given t" collections. Office cast side oi'puHii Hijavrin. HEAVRIN & SnianY Taylor. KiiorneysafLaw HARTFORD, KY. TAYL0J1, - Attorney at Law. BeavhiiDam, Ky. Porry Wc3torfield, Hajitford, Ky. Will practico his profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. Attorney at Law, R. R. WEDDING sur-vey- 0 A very curious use to whiah the camel is sometimes put among the desert tribes Is related by a distin- guished traveler. He tells us that he once saw one used to appease a quarrel between two patties, much as the "scapegoat" was used in the religious rites oi the Israelites. The camel was brought out and accused by both parties .of the controversy of all the injuries, real and imaginary, which they had sufiered. All the mischief that had been done they laid upon the camel, They upbraided it with being the cause of the feuds Ciirloii. Attorney HAITO-OKD' , ' Will practice his profession in all Hi courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will he given to a business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. Law, atKY. 3E5. which had separated friends, reviled KY. Will practico his profession in the Courts of Ohio nnd adjoining conn ties. Special attention given to col lections. Office in Courthouse. Attorney at JCtxw, HARTFORD, Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. JNO. B. WILSON, 3. rSTEr.iSLXjr' (Cbtwiiy Attorney) it with every opprobrious epithet and finally killed it, declaring peace and good will among themselves over its dead body. nt-v- most-senseles- s No attention given to col making abstracts, &c, also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Office North side of public square. SPECIAL nineteen-- SILVER LOSES. Dropped to the Lowest Point London This Morning. - OASTOHIA.' - 'cot Me-To- u most difficult to cure. The medical profession, in fact, have virtually adHlIRTFORD, KY., mitted that a real, deepseated blood Will practico his profession iu Ohio disease is beyond their skill. Of course, their admission is not made aud adjoining counties. Special atin so many words, but actions apeak tention given to all businesi entrusted loudor than words, end their Inability to Office in Rei'Uiilioah cure, alter months and often years of to his care. treatment, is sufficient evidence that dis- building. eases of the blood cannot be cured by doctors. Thtir msrcarlal mixtures, alARHISTE AD JONES, though taken ftltWuHr, amly aover up the symptoms of the (litem, inducing; tht patitntto fsel that ha is keing tarad; bnt whan he is soonar or latar seiztd HARTFORD, KY.. with stiff Joints, pain lathe bones, ate, the evidence of the dooior's pitchwerk , Will practice iu all the Courta ol Ohio JSCUUCiUSlVC. ilUUU ICSUUKKHUUUbUS M- - aud adjoining counties. Special atpected from the use of S. S. S. Being tention given to collections. Office purely vegetable,'containing no harmful mineral inaredUnts, It is the anly with County Attorney. blood remedy which acts on the true an VfhUioy lUblta principle of forcing the disease from cured at homo withthe system, building up rather than out rain. Hook of tearing down the health. No loss of ritr.IL hair, no stiff Joints, no decrepit mercu- - I' M.D. JWWr5esawB.M.yooi.Lr.Y. AI1MIM, UN. Ofllco 104 N. ltyor IL rial wracks result from the use of S.S.S. Will practice his profession in all Uie Courts of Ohio and adjoining countlea Collections carefully and promptly atOffico with T. J. Smith One of the mott encouraging featnrei tended to. of a curi made by S.S.S. (Swift's Specific) &; Co., Market Street. is its permanency. Of all disease, It ii well known that those of the blood are J.B. VICKERS, the most obstinate, and therefori the Patchwork! Attorney at Isiw Ky. IlAjtTFoisi), R. E. LEES1MMERMAN," Attorney at Law, Attorney at law I I IIPIEJM GOING tijik taiim: i. l)A v. it. it. iii:avi:ii KY. EAST. h Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 a. m. No. 222 a 1 02 p. ni. Mall No. 202 a 7 25 p. ni. Fast Mail GOIXG WISST. He. et a 7 a. as. No. a 1 a te 25 Mall ta. Local Freight No. 291 a 3 35 p in. II. MiumiCK, Agt. feut Ueil The and H. L. MYURS. Mr. II. L. Myers, of 100 Mulberry street, Newark, N. J., made the mistake of relying upon remedies based upon mineral ingredients, aud for the hundreds of dollars which he invested received only disappointment in return. He says : 'I was afflicted with a terrible blood disease, which was in spots at first, but afterwards spread all over my body. These soon broke ont into sores, and It is easy to imagine the suffering I endured. ' " Before I became convinced that the doctors could do no good I bad spent a hundred dollars, which was reatly thrown away, I then trio4 various patent medicines, but they did not reach the disease. Wbea I bad finished my first bottle of S.S.S., I was greatly improved and was delighted with the result. The large red splotches on my chast began to grow paler and smaller, and before leng disappeartd entirely. I regained my lost weight, and my appetite greatly improved. I was soon entirely well, and my akin as clear as a piece of glass." S.8.S. Is a snre cure for all manner of blood diseases, aud disappointment never results from its use. It is became-strong-e- Republican the Courier-- . be-fu- ie Journal for ono year for 81.50. n su-g- .s? To-da- y '' iltnderfon route Louisville, Henderson nnd St. Louis Railwny Company Time Card effective May 30, 1897. FAST BOUND No 42 Lv. St Louis Evansville 6:50am HendeiEon 7:15am Spottsville 7:38am 756am 8:55pm 44 46 d ! P.jst-Ofll- u satis-(aitio- nn-Ne- w . (f jct lay Purely Vegetable and one thousand dollars will be paid for proof that It contains a particle ol mercury, potash, orotber mineral, S.S.S. Is sold by all druggists. Valuable books 011 blood and skin diseases will be mailed free to all who address Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. a:2optn 2:45am 2:46pm 3:10am 3:07pm 2:28am Ottcnrboro8:i8am 3:44am 4:00am Hawesvllle 9:17am 4,4opm 4:50am Cloverport 9:45am 5'03P" 5!'oa Ifvtngton 10:450m 6:03pm 5:571m AiLouisville 12 35pm 7"45pni 7:30am WRST BOUND No. 41 45 43 Lv. Louisville 7:30am 4,5opm 8.23pm Biandenbutg 8:51am 6c9pm 9:30am Irvington 9:1511111 6:43pm 9:52am Stephtnpott 9:5mm 7:20pm 10:21am Cloverport io:iiani 7:39pm 10:16pm Hawesvllle 10:35.1m 8:04pm 10:58pm Owensboro j 1:35am 905pm 11:48pm Spottsville 12:17pm 9'47P" I2r23pm Heuderson 12:40 10:10pm 12:45pm Fvansville 1:15pm 10:40pm 2:45pm 7.opm Ar St Louis 7:32pm nd 1 .i. 1 1 ' l. All trains ruti through solid to Evnnsvllte. Throuuh Parlor Cars and Pullninn Sleepers ou nil trains between St. Louis, ljvansvllle and Louisville. No. 41 and 42 connect at Irvington for Fordsville nnd daily evept Sunday. Hartford Republican. l'KIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1897. PROSPERITY. Previous to tho last November clcc lion, Republican orators and editors told tho pcoplo that tho election of tho Republican ticket nud n return to Republican Administration would insure the return of prosperous times. McKinley was elected, also was n majority of Republican Congressmen. It was not expected, that immedh ntoly upon McKinloy taking bis seat, tho sun of prosperity would arise, and cnvelopo tho wholo land in its cheering light. Four years of Democratio Administration had plunged thocoun try into such nwlul disasters aud woo that such an event was impossible. It was expected, however, as it had been predicted, that there would immediately be n chango for tho better, nud that upon tho passage of n protective, tariff bill, business would at onco bo wonderfully revived, nnd good times would bo upon us. Tho notions of thick nnd thin freo silver organs, such as our esteemed neighbor, since the November election, has been ridiculous in tho Just nud highly amusing. after tho election, although thcru was greater confidence in all business enterprises, yet ns "prosperity" did not nt onco return, theso freo silver organs great nud small grew wonderfully sarcastic. Their sarcasm was withering. Little pothouso politic ians would tnke up tho cry of silrer papers nnd strut around belching out such remarks as these: "Ain't we having prosperity, though? Oh, yes, we know we would have prosperity when McKinley was elected, he! he!" These little fellows and also ireo silver sheets actually began to cons gralulato themselves that four more years of hard times would have to bo endured. Knowing that calamity howling was their only hopo of suci cess, they began to howl at a terific rate. But since tho passage of the Dings ley Bill what a sudden change there has been! Tho bitterest partisan in the laud is bound to admit that times are better, and prospeota brighter ey try where, or else advertise himself a fool. Calamity howlers are out ofn job. The great mercantile agencies settle forever the questions of returning prosperity. There reports have been growing brighter and more encouraging since the good day that they saw the triumphant election of Mr. McKinley. Wo quote from tbcra: Says Dun & Co.'s weekly review of trade: "Not for several years have the telegraphic reports from various cities in all parts of the country been as encouraging or shown as uniform The improvement as this week. markets aro called by some, but fairly represent the people, whose confidence in the future is Strang and increasing. Nothing appears to check it," Sajs Bradstrcet: "Special telegrams from trade centers throughout the country emphasizing tho growing prosperity ot the farmcr,diio to higher prices for almost all agricultural produce still in his hands, and point to a continuation ot the demand which has been conspicuous within the past few weeks. Tho volume of trade continues to increase and prices are hardenex-tre- Of flco on Fox Stroot. IwiikI Her I'lliluy nl llnrlloril, Ity. SAM A. ANDERSON Editor. Subaorlptlon, $1.2S por yoar nt nartford Kntercd nt the post-offias second clnss ninll matter. ce pr, ctlcnlly nil of It and yet lost the State by j8i votes How docs the silverlte nominee, Shackelford, e.xs pict to carry the State this year without it! He can't do it. His claim that hi-- will get more votes than Ilryan got lust j ear Is preposterous. The t'ltel vote will be much smaller thii jenr when there l but one small office to be filled. The Republican vote will be less, too, because many sound-mone- y Democrats voted for McKinley, f REPUL1CAN TICKET. Eloctlon Nov. 2, 1897. Stato Senator. Dr. T. G. Turner. Heprctcntnlivc, IJ. C. .Tnrnngin. County Judge, Jos. A. Park. County Clerk, M. S. Hngland. Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, County Attorney, M. L. Heavrin. Sheriff; S. T. Stevens. School Superintendent, Fon Roccre. .lailer, Thos. II. Black. Assessor, G. D. Koyal. Coroner, L. W. Hunt. Surveyor, N. Moxley. MAGISTKATR. Hartford Dist Cromwell Diet Tordsvillo Dist Christopher Allen. JonlB. Wilson. IiosineDiet Jacob Chaucelor. L. B. Loney. to Mexico as a blooming example of the prosperity that comes to the nation which liae tlio free and unlimited coinage of sil- Sii.veiutes aro referred ver. Ir now comes to pass that tho United States has not a dry dock largo enough to dock her large battleships. They are sent up to Halifax for that purpose. but the silverlte vote Is bound to show even n greater falling oil. "I was much disappointed to hear that Dallcy, the Republican nominee, refused to debate with me unless the other candidates consented to join, Ot course, Shackellord won't debate with anyone. Mr. Hale, the chalr-m- au of our State Central Committee, asked for a division of time with Shackelford two weeks ago, but has never received n reply. My letter to him asking If it was true that n deal was made in the Frankfort convention whereby Mr. Ous Richardson was to be his chief deputy In return for the support of Richardson's friends, has met with the same fate. No answer has been received. I am sure though that such a deal was made nnd say so in my speeches." Mr. Parker was asked how he accounted for the lisc hi the price of wheat nnd the fill in silver. He replied: "I was asked by an lvdmon-so- n county farmer the other day to explain that. I just told him that the supply of wheat was below the demand and so wheat went up. The supply of silver exceeded the demand and silver went down. That's all there Is to it. "Silver has been discriminated against by the gold standard. "I would like to see the resolution adopted by the Boyd county silverite primary. The Populists are the only real advocates of free silver and we want all silver men in our party. I think we will get most of their votes this year." Courier-Journa- l. WnsTERPICLD, To-da- y J. C. S. Blakhurn and P. Wat Hardin aro silent. Is it possible that these valiant "chnnipirns'' of have sold out to the "money power?" g freight cars are sent to the Western Slates to ship out the enormous wheat crop, for which farmers will now get 81 00 ptr bushel, and that, too, under a gold standard. be-in- All available The Republicans and Populists of Daviesa county have fused. The give up their device aud they will vote under an independent device. Why don't the Democrats do the same way in Ohio counly? Tun Populists of tho Buford Magisterial District met at Bells Run last Saturday and nominated a candidate for Magistrate, thus breaking tho fu-- sit agreement in this county. The Populists recoguizo the fact that they have been very badly treated by the f unionists in their parly, who propose lo deliver them over to tho irce silver Democracy, and they are now organizing for the purpose of administering bossa severe rebuke to the would-b- e es who fixed the deal eo as to kill the Populist Party. Mr. J. P. Miller was on hard at tho meeting to prevent his patty fiom nominating a caudidate, The Popu but ho did not succeed. lists of Ohio county show very clearly thai they do not sanction any fusion, and have sounded the alarm along down the line that they do not belong to tho political bosses of tho Democratic party. 11 ing. No such volume of business, largely in anticipation of requiiements has been reported since 1892.'' It.ilnttr I'm .Mini. PROOF OP PROSPERITY. Republicans can do no more than talk of returning good times in a gen-eiul way j they can givo facts nnd fig- u.es. Republicans told farmers that upon the election of Mr. McKinloy they would get better prices for their products; they told laboring men they would find employment at living wages. Let us see if these promises are being fulfilled. Last year tho larmer got 50c. per pushel for hi? wheat. Ttiu wheat crop of Kentucky in round numbers is estimated at ten million biithels. Last year under a Demo cratio Administration tho wheat crop of Kentucky was worth to tho foriuei This year jufct five million dollars. uinler Republican ru'e the wheat crop of Kentucky is worth to the nine, million dollars at least, making a gain of four million dollars in sound money to Kentucky farmers on wheat alouo. This is not all. Tobacco has risen at least 25 per cent. The tobacco crop ot Kentucky ! worth as much it not more than her gain to wheat crop, heuco there is tho farmery of some two r three mill-i- nn dollars in sound monfry to tho far-n- u is. At this timo last year com was worth 18 and 20 cents. It is now (jnted nt 10 cunts ami is still rising. Wool has rircn at least 35 per cent. Tti w facts simply kneek our calamity Tho people howling silveritos silly. aro tiiiiiKing, ami your suvur orator ic going to recoivo mighty cold comfort u ho makes hh pilgrimage over Ken-tuathis fall shouting "Ireo silvei far-jnp- ia ky Confound the "srnilin" headed idi dude who has otic, cigarette-suckine- ; no more respect for himself or tor the public than to blow the smoke of his vile smelling cigarettes Into the faces of respectable men and women. Their very breath is a stench in the nostrils ol society, while the presence of some so called human beings is a satyre on the name of man. We are called to make this stricture on this class of being on account ot what we had to undergo a day or two since. It was on a street car. The car was crowded with men and won men, some ol the very best people of the country. This depraved specimen of organism was such a fiend for clgaretts that he the had the impudence to light one of the stinking things and blow his breath aud the smoke into the very face of a woman, She was some distance from us, and a stranges, but if she had called for help would have gone toher rescue and would have killed the thing even at the risk of having been hauled up in the pal Ice court for creating a disturbance. The young man who has no more respect for himself and societv than to smoke clgaretts In public and blow the vile fumes of his breath end the smoke of of the cigarette into the faces of the people ought to be put in a cage in the back yard, or better still, kept Madlsonville out in the cow lot. Hustler. death-dealin- INipulUI 1'arUer on Nlmrltrlloril, A. Parker, the Populist Mr nominee for Clerk of the Court ol Appeals, leturned to Louisville jes terday after campaigning in the Sec 1 end and Thlid congressional districts, Mr I'atker Is sanguine of polling a big vote at the November election. He ridiculed the bombastic claim of Shackleford, the silverlte nominee, who pretends to believe that he will poll more votes than Ilryan received last year. This week, Mr. Parker speak in Oldham county Congressman M, W, Howard, ot Alnbinn, the author of the book entitled "It Christ Came to Congress," will nrrlve next . week to speak in behalf of Mr. I' .rtc-er- or hint!" Tho fact of tho matter U the free silver theory has alieady "busted" but froo tilver leaders havu't us jet found it out. After the election thlu fal they will be wiser and sadder men. ift Ijn tuEKwhlRt Ml llil AllS." tntiiuti HldbyilrugKl.il. ftp f said the I'opullst leach r, ' that Brj an would do well to rarry the State with the aid of the Populist vote, He got "I ntide the aserllon last fall," Aug. 21, IS97. the Populists of the Butord Magisterial District composing the Bartlett, Buford and Abyville precincts met at Westerfield for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Magistrate. After due consideration the meeting was called to order by Albert Helms chairman, there beinj no objections toprocedure. The usual course by which conventions ate conducted was preceded with resulting in the unanimous call of J. B. Dodson as our cauditate for Magistrate. We the Populist of said district have waited loug and patiently for some decisive movement by which we would be privileged to vote at the coming November election as free men. Much abuse is in store for us for j this days actions yet we are not school. ashamed of what we have done, we Mrs Ida Paxton and daughter, hope that other districts will do like- Miss Clara, Louisville, have been viswise and honor the device that is ems iting friends nud relatives here. blematic of the labors ot his country. Mrs. V. B. Morton and children We dont want fusion, neither do we visited triends and nlalhcs at want any compromising, all we want last wtek. is a hir dunce with our opponents if Mr. John Klmbley, Louisville, Is we are defeated we want our defeat to F here this week. be honorable . If the entile Vo u'ist party was as Lnst WednesJay evening nt two true to Populist principles as the little band in Birtletts precinct we o'clock at the residence ef the bride's , Mr. L, P. would be respected as apoliticil party home near Sm.il'.lu Downes, Mr S L M.uldox w.13 marand in 1900 we would rank with eithIn the ried to Miss Eila B Di.vnt-er of the old parties. Fellow Populists help us to bring presense ot a large circle ot admiring Mad-doorder out of chaos and not let the friends and relatives. Rev E performing the ceremony in his November election disclose our ranks mual happy m inner. K. II. Mautin. diminishing. Mr. Mnddox Is one ol Ohio count j's ih:iia. progressive young firmers, energetic, The Mt. Herman people selected a sober and industrious, he has accu. site for their ceinetry and are at work ululated a good living and has choson it. through life one en for his help-mat- e The Misses Tweedell, of Evansville, of the best young ladles of the Green nre visiting Misses Bernice and Ethel River country. Young and pretty Bennett. she is well worthy the excellent Mr. Marvin Cook is down with ty- young man of her choice. phoid fever. The .Nov York VtorM. Mrs. Elizabeth Woodward has re-- , Thrice-a-weeedition. 18 pages a turned home. week 156 papers n Year for one dolMiss Alberta Greer has been en gaged to teach the Mosely school. lar Published every Alternate day Sunday. The trustees arc to be complimented except Thrice-a-Wte- Edition of The The upon their judgement. Nev York World is fir.st among all School begins here Monday and the outlook is bright for a good attend- "weekly" papers in size, frequency ance and a profitable term. Give the accuracy and variety of its contents. school a little encouragement it will It has all the met its of a fie it $6 daily at the prie of a dollar weekly. Its be appreciated by Aunt Martha. political news Is prompt, complete, 11 Feclliiit .11 lull Heller. accurate and impartial as ull its read"For several jenrs I have been ers will testify. It is against the troubled with Indigestion and dyspep- monopolies nnd for the people. sia, and often suffered intense pain. It prints the news ol all the world, I was advised to try Hcod's Sarsapa-ril- la having special correspondence from and soon after I began taking it all Important news points on the I found it was giving me relief. My globe, It has brilliant illustration.", general health Is much better since I allies by great authors, a capit ,1 hubegan the us: ot this medicine." mor page, complete market.", departJane reck, Rutledge, Tennessee. ments lor the household and women's Hood's Pills cuie nausea, sick work and other special d partmeuts headache, indigestion, biliousness. of unusual intarests. We offer this unequiled nowpip'er 25c and Tins Rni'imucAN together one Miss Abble Gillim entertained last year for $1 65. Thursday evening at her home on The regular subscription price of South Prederlca street in honor of her the fwo papers is $1 25 visitor, Miss Klizibeth Sanderfur, of Haitford. Refreshments were served vim: 1111.1 Messrs. John and Henry Smith, of nud a delightful evening was spent Those present were Misses Elizabeth Warren county, are visiting the fatnin Sandeitur, I lla Roup, Emma Dan ley, ly nt Mr. Tom A&hford this week. Miss Ida Riblcy and brother, ot l.cn Ward Pa) no, Nmcy 0en, Lizand S J Biyant, ofthlsplare, zie Parrish, Addle MulUcan, Abble Gillim; Messrs. John Powers, Perry vlMled the family of Mr G. W. Gran, lolly, Miller llayuea Herman Aichi-onar Horf e Branch, a few days last Gus Sliughler, Ntcdhaui Cok week. net Clinton Griffith, Owensboro The school nt this place is progressInquirer. ing nicely under the inaungement of L'niirtCKli'iiKil Ylrlil ol tlliciit. John Oliver, It is very probable that Nebraska Crops nre looking better since the will head the list of prosperity states recent ruins Ikh UiiHje.ir. Threshing thoughemt the Annual Reunion Kentucky statu has been completed and the rennd 12, Hodgensvllle, S.'pt, nt very conservative esturns timate that the jleld of wheat is tickets on sale 10, 11 and 12 at one about 40,000,000 bushels, and the f.ue $2 35 for the rouud trip, good till quality is supeib, This production Sept. 13 to return, Picnic and barbecue nt Millwood, Is astonishing, when compared with the aveingc yield, which Is, at the Auj; 28 tickets on site Aug 28th, very cutstde ca'culutlon, not more good till Aug 29 to return nt $1 20, H Mrhiuci;, Agt. than 23,000,000 bushels, aud last KV Wed-nwdaCen-ttrtoJtllllllilX-HlltMMHI ' s 1 x k k wm m 1 u, Sol-dle11 1 1 l'IUll!lt . years production ngrcgatcd only 19, 391,000 bit hels. The excess of this ycirS ylild, ns compared with 1896, l 20 6 9,000 bushels, which is, in utmost an average yield, With Hood' e Tue winter crop yielded on nn buslfels to show that thin medi about twenly-lcu- r cine lias enjoyed public confidence) nnd ere--, ai d the tpring yield will nv-the f patronngo to n greater extent than accord- r go over hall ns well. The number u1 nliM nltin lipnuclnlnti imlfnlnn Wlda ot ncics sowed in wheat was I 538, Is simply becnuBo tt poinenscs ffrcntot Much ol the land 011 which morlt nnd produces greater eiues than 000 this Imnun ccrop wns raised did not any oilier, it is not what we My, but wha. im.r,'a h.ni.m..iii .in.. .i.h. iaii. ..unwAAWM a u.,Di.ii,t iiin uuv0, ..lav ,v,.a co.st the fanner more than $15 to $25 tho story. All advcrtiacmonU ot llood'n per acre, nud the price ol wheat is Barsaparllla, llko Hood's Bnraiarllla ItImvo aro honest. thirty cents more thnu nt this time self,public, and Wo with never dccolvcd Us eupcrlntivo this tho year. medicinal merit, la why tho pcoplo have Nebraska and the Western States abiding confidence In It, nnd buy willdcrive muclimorebenelit from the high prices paid lor wheat thin the Eastern and Southern states will The value of land In the West Is much less nnd tie cost of raising wheat per bushel Is about thirty seven cents, while in the Eastern nrd Almost to tho exclusion of all others. Try It. Southern sections the estimated cost Frrimredonlybyr I Hood tt Co.. Lowell, M.m. nro tlio only .llls to tako of producing wheat Is about ltfty cents, nOOCl S PlllS wltli Hood's b.iraiarllla. the corn crop In Nebinska la nbout four weeks late and there is nothing Hint tn'mmr. New York, Aug. 23 to fear but early frosts. The yield is Pitsidcnt estimated to be 50,000,000 bushels McKinley stated to n Journal reportmore than last ear, and the price er that it should be u pleasure to every American citizen to know that thcte has greatly advanced. was n return of piospcrity to the Fltll.MN1lll. Farmers are done threshing their country. "The cause of the present boom in whe nt. the West," he said, 'is 111 duubtedly Mrs. N. M. II raihlon, who has been sick for some time, is thought to be due in n great measure to the hrgc crops nud hijh prices cnused by the improving. feilutc of crop) in other countiics. Messrs Cr E nud U.S. Royal nud But the fact that prosperity h is set in Jno. E. Evans, of near this place, went the East can not be a&ountcd for in to Sulphur Springs Saturday. any other way than by the wise policy Mr. D. A. Royal and family nre of the Republican paity in restoring visiting relatives near Cromwell. n protective tariff Mr. K. E. Edwards aud family vis"The present boom is not sp.ismo.l- ited the family of Wm. Royal last I ically, but will continue to increase, Sunday. and not only the manufacturers, but Mr. John Swarennd daughter nnd the Dcople generally will soon realize that it is only with n protective tariff Miss I.illie Edwaids, of Owensboro, nud sound financial principles that ware here Sunday. AeiNnsis. the country will be pmiperous nnd e'r.itAi.io. remain in that condition. We are needing rain badly in, this "With the restoration o' cjnfidencc section. will come n restoration of prospeiity." Messrs. W. A. Casebier, J. II. Wood. W. E. Morton attended the Sjo.oo IN 001 1). KIWI Y fl ........ Of Ulcj clc.dolj W alch, Diamond last week. Kin;:, or bholarihlp in & unuignoii a rracucai iiumiicm Mr. L. A. Kiminel has been ou the College, NashMllc, Tcun or Texarkani, Itx, or n echo!- sick list. arshlpln mot any other reputable tin.iie Quite a crowd from here attended or literary school in tlie l S iaii be nectireU by doing n at .. Jtlaidl the Quarterly Meeting at Equaliiy A.lt ii la little work A.I homem. for the Youth' ...I ....ILL. ai,,iaI m;riiwin ctarSie?. profitable to jming mii iuS? last Sunday. especially iiitereitnig ami Mrs, Annie Nourse nud daughters, "tiSJZA other . i umiicr iiiuiTHirti. Mioses Pearl and Jessie, returned to :.... wen Tii... AiMrc naiiijue io;us srni irrc kciiU nantctl. oiith AtUtxate 1Mb y Co., Nafthvitlc, Tcnu. MluIi ju itiw m.i their home at Central City last week after a weeks visit with OASTOXLIA. relatives here n Mrs. N. H. Fulkcrson and children are visiting in Equality neighborhood this week. Mrs. Amanda Wood and daughter, Miss Mattie, returned home Monday after attending the G isper River Association near Yost, Ky. Mr. Will Hill left Wednesday for Pleasant Ridge where he will atterd 1 Sales Talk lt sS7 Hood 5 Sarsaparilla I'ro-iH'r- llj To give j tt nn opportunity of test- EXCURSION TICKETS lug the gru.i merit ef Ely s Cream VIA Tlllt ifMtii. nie moot cute lor en - j 1 0 lO V. .,... ... .... bend, timhnnd V..... Oil. ru. oiiHiorent mil me ran bo had of to Tint your clriiKitixt or wo mail it lor 10 m m J ' j1JU iA U I lji H IVjO 11 I'j cents. 1 11M mi cents ELY 1IR03 , Jff Waiien St . N Y. It is the tturtl, no nh ve nil others Exposition Internatiomti lir catarrh, nnd Is woith Its 'VdRht In And AT fold. lean ui IIIj'h Cienin Halm .. hi.d . vvllt F it dors nil that is IST.ElSH.'V-lllGII V. Spur J churned lor it Hint- For the nbove occasion tickets will be Mild bv the Illinois Central Xui- lfrd, times, intra nnd rud nt varlug n ticket on sale limits, Including ilnliy, good to return until November 7 and iiicludiun tickets having limit nl twenty iIiijh, fifteen days nnd on d.s; also ofticketsweek Tuesday nud fur I'lrey Cenif. with limit of ench Thuti'dii). GuvinfeeU tolmmj habit ci.lu I11.1I ph n(Mi filteeti das. For lull paitlculars as men siroui?, iiuuU pure. 60o.fl AllUrutft-Ml- t to which of the above applies Iroui Mill lilrn'N VriiUii Miilir. jour nearest Railroad Station in conThe Best Salve In the wolld lor nection with the Illiuoli Central RailCuts. Ilrnlc. Sores. Ulcots, Salt road, call on or address your nearest Rheum, Fever (.ore, Tetter, Chnpped railroad Ticket Agent. hll: ' Ins, Conn, nnd nil Hands, Skin Eruption, and iwdtively cures Wm MunuAV, Div. Pass. Agent, Piles, or no pay required It is New Oilcans guaranteed In tv perfirt jiilisfactinn Jno A Scott, Div. Pass. Agent, or money n fut'ded. Piicc 25 cents Memphis, per box. F01 sale by Williams & A. II Hanson, o r. a., Chicago. Bell. yr. W A. K'hi.i.oni), a 13 Louisville. M Jllllul Ovs fl. 5-- CENTENNIAL , SL 1 o.i-.A- ' BULBST PLANTS, (Jcdulogae for Asking UuIIh for Fall Planting -- end io-d- ay " out nl doors. Ifw 5hefArTGp(30., Over 4.000 vacanciesI JTv-iumV1 liulhs for Winter blooming in tho house. Plants for blooming during tho Winter. Plants for decorating Bccds for Full sowing out of doors. Seeds for Winter sowing in tho houoo. Pcnd us 10c to pay postngo and packago and wo will semi you 15 ijelccfcil Hulbs, or Six packages of Selected Flowor Seed?, orsix packages (itHdiliVreuD Sncct Peas, or all three collctious for'Jic. mm reene, 9 fvJ People A , W.S! 11 i ititcTt-ttlnt- 'r&vtfl limes ns ninnv viir.inpifa ns mmnhnr. Mint t 'UTO l,i,l'V two ,v0. ,roc Titration; (me "'7? KA. . plan ir l hbb positions. I en cents pavs for b wk containing IllaiSi "' S.'.OO.OO 1(,vo Mory of College, davs. charge to employers for ree- omun.nelitig tlieaelicrs. SUUrill.I N TEACHKKS' HIT MJ.VU. Urv. Dn. O. M. Sutton. A AI., President nnd Manager, S. W. Cor. Main nnd Third streets, Louisville, IC v. HOUJ IIKKN TKACIIEIW JIUUHAP. (ii) 71 DenrU.tn .1 . (JIi!p,u.o.1II. Konhern vneai-cieChicago office. Southern vacancies Loiuiivillo ollice Ono-- feo regiaters in both cilices. - tLU. jriumu.unximtr mTmmBmMm,r, r '"r .Crnil MMIIi ' rn i ECU Y- - s " - THOROUGH! PRACTICAL! UP-TO-DA- ! TE! SEm. I . - . Sn :. oi i ft, it" i. tttjiffrnf .V . m LitJ1.!.-- .' " ., WM THE HIKE Ai BUSINESS INSTITUTE, t " V Experienced teachers have been employed for tho fcliocl year and prospects are bright for a successful year's work. Unity of effort on tho put of teachers and patrons has brought tho Collcgo back to tho piano of its former ufefulntps. 1 I 0 . FALL TERM WILL BEGIN AUGUST 30,l89TT The Summer Term 8,p).00, Will bogin Juno lfl, 1898, continuing six weeks. Tuition for Summer Term lhard jn tho best private families $2.00 to 2,50 per wenk. For Further information address some member of the Faculty. T. J. MORTON, mXSmavf i i i -- . President. C. M. CROWE, Vice President. A. P. TAYLOR, in Secretary. M a' r . ' iff d B&inwfe in. JtnaivJaaMgTlKUUatlaKaBawaegMMi HBWR? FIELD & S03ST HAVE OPENED THEIR "1 i ' St? fc'V. ,j ifl-WBiS&lr.J 'Mi "SZazLZZ.Xtx --- sii ITXiaaV X'o A lino now fx-rn.- cl -- Owct OMMHUs will meet all day ra'us n Uruvor I'uui. Bonvo r 33 An , tool. All guarantees a comtorluble ild . corner Market and UuluHw a'U, Harlford, ferdivl o'panl vohielo nud pocd liorn Leave order at Fie d's Lhciy 6tti)U;, ,., .WitW pHiEs - , aa&agBgiBate. ) Koyil makes the r.od pure, Buy you Boots and shoes at J. R. Fogle & Co's. Call on A J. Bell for anything in the. nieit llnu Awarded rllglieot Honors World' ncftfivimi FAIR & COMPANY i&ye to say this weei?, -- oa Fair. Q'"7 100 t 1 THE.4 - .'. 97 frA'B mi POWDER Absolutely pura soyu sakiiki fowDtn eo., hew yokk. Put jour bursa ii I'leld's atnblc when In town. A nice lineof ginghimsand calicoes nt J R. Fogle & Co's Good pair Jeans pants lor 90c. at J. R Fogle & Co. J, R. Fugle & Co is the place to buy your t'c'iool Shoes. Good all wool Jeans lor 20c per yard at J. R. Fogle & Co's. .'. EIBflfi MMOT A ..: -- lOUEDULU- f CREAM CM. , Id, Words that. affffrr Mean Something. biggest business ever done iii this county to bo done this ycur Notice the following and never complain of the high prices of The MKING A 7, S and lard and ltesh and cured meats at A. J. Bell's. Mrs. Julia Davis, McIIenry, is visiting Mrs. Lucy Klein. Good MOST PERFECT MADE. mum cr.MTt.it rotvjv. Owensboro, OFFICERS: DK. C. II. TODD, President P. T. W ATKINS, Treasurer )y. &watnry. y, pure Crapt Creat of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Atumorany othersdultwant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. J F.T.auxrmiit, Vicoiw W. t'Airrat, New fans at Pair & Co.'s. Sec Carson & Co. for furniture. Good calico at ZDr37- - O-cocL- s: Ctrson & Co. Pretty line shirts nt Pair & Co's. Call on llullington lor 11 good shave. New kid gloves nt Carson & Co's. F01 ladles Belt3 see 3c at Pair & Co. Cullco (common) . . 3;jc Gingham (good) 5c 20c bed ticking 15c 18c 25c Tnblc linen loc Wash goods T,c 75c Cottonade pants 59c . . $ r.oo Jj. 50 silk tfmbrellit 7,'Jc 15c Ladles vest 2 pair Indies heavy black hose 15c 2 pair Indies seamless gray hose 15c R. & G. Corset 85c worth $1 Indies 5c handkcrchlcls 50c Woven corsets, sizes 20, 21 mid 22 (or 35c Pricsmcyers slippers to close out . . 8oc, $1 and $1.50 Indies collars and cuffs at Carson Co's. Heavy socks Co. All slippers go nt cost & Co's. 5c per pair nt Pair & at J . R.Foglc Sec Pair & Co's closing out line of neckwear. Fresh beel Saturday morning at A. Rmtor Rki'Uhmcan: It has been 65c will buy a nice school suit at J. a long time since any thing has apE. Fogle & Co's for your boy. peared from our thriving little city, A few more Slippers left, to close therefore your old scribe will again out at cost at J. R Fogle & Co. try to give the many leaders of your Mrs. McDowcl Fair aud children papsr the news of our town nnd viarc visiting relatives at Stanford. cinity. Mrs. S. A. Gary nnd dnughtcr.Miss order at Field's stable Leave your Dixie, are viaiting Mrs. Gary's parfor transportation to Beaver Dam. ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. W. Jones. Prof. Z O. King, Pewee Valley, Revs T. M. Morton nnd D. J. K gave us a pleasant call Monday. Mnddox have gone to Chestnut Grove There will be a Sound Money to hold a protracted meeting. Mrs. Ida Paxton and daughter, speaking at Rdckport Remember that $1 buys n good pair Livermore, who have been visiting of ladies shoes at J. R. Fogle & Co's. here, nrc visiting at Calhoou. Piof. R. Foster, Hartford; Dr. A. C. Quality way up and prices way Foster, Texas, and Prof. Wm Foster, dowu on goods at J. R. Fogle & Co's. Princeton, N. J ore visiting the famMr.JoB Vickers returned Saturday from a business trip to Rockport.Ind. Mr. Rolllc Hayes, Owensboro, was ,arge Special Have always been the main feature of tlio Fair, and have always nssurod its sucews. The finest stock in Kentucky, Indiana niul Illuinu rnmpulo lor them. This Year's premiums nro up to tho stnulnrcl of former jears. Ilaccs are contests tocnroiirago the development of speed qualities. Trickery will ho debarred, nnd closo and fair conlcsts will ho exacted. Tho f remiums JS3FES3ISI 7El.XlSrGc&r. A now feature is tho JJicylo Knees. s. Every rnco will bo loafing on tho back stretch, nnd the boys that wiu will have to "cit git." liKt-cins- BICYCLE RACES. No 1111 and i And Machinery Department will be oa nttractivo ns it can be made. Every department will be filled to its utmost. Bring tho producls of your farm, gnrden dairy, your paiutings, needle nud fnury work. T3EOE3 DF13L.OEtA.XJ3ElA.X-.XJ- .... yt J. Bell's Pure Kentucky homespun linen nt Fair & Co's. 48c for double-front the guest of Mr. Many of the above article we candidly belivc are the BF.ST BARGAINS we have ever offered our cus. overalls at week. T.J. Smith this Fair & Co. 59c for heaviest cottonaile pauts at Fair & Co. The best BAND of MUSIC has nlwnys been obtained. ilies of Messrs. I. Foster and C. L. Look out for NEW FEATURES. Woodward, No intoxicants sold or gambling n.lowcd on the grounds. Apply to thoScprelary for Premium List or general information, Mr. McDonald and family, of Pennsylvania, nrc visiting the family of to T. A. Pcdley for privileges to Jus. Kceloy for bieyclo raco information. Mr. C. L. Woodward. Prof P. Ross has gone to Ray, turners. Don't wait until the supply is exhausted and conclude that we never had the goods at the prices given nlnve. Many ol them could only be had in liutitt.il quantities and several we know cannot be replaced, but with the exception of the ledics vest nrd umbtclln, c bind ourselves to supply all of the above for the next two weeks. I . International Colic Cure for hqrses nt Pate Bros.' For strictly flrst-claPhotos call on Taylor & Glendinen. $ 1.00 buys a good button shoe, riv-it- ed on side, at Fair & Co. s Besides these we have a complete line of shoes, including children shoes for school wear Get that cannot be downed. our prices on anything and you will iind that we are the cheapest house in Ohio county. the place. Ke-memb- er Big line lnxn, dimities and percale to close out at J. E. Fogle & Co',8. Lidles, call and see J. R. Fogle Jc Co's line of black and green shoes. The Floating Studio is ut Liver-mor- e and will soon return to Hartford. Big neck-wea- r sale at Fair & Co., 35c and 50c ties, your choice lor 19c. Co's. 2 pair ladies black seamless hose for 25c regular 20c quality at Fair & sister, Mr. R. A Wedding and wife, of Tex. Bells Run, gave us a pleasant call last Deputy Sheriff T. II. Benton has Monday. returned from Henderson where he Mr. O. G. Williams has accepted a spent a few days Prof. II. II. Davis has purchased a position in the drug store of Mr. J.II. house nnd lot from Reneer Bros, and Williams. is moving in this week. Miss Bessie Cox, Livermore, is the Prof. G. T. Tinsley will move to I guest of Mrs. R. E. Lee Simmcrman Pleasant Ridge where he will teach this week. the fall school. Mrs. J. F. Ross has typhoid fever.' Miss Gertie Monroe, Beaver Dam, Well w'aat think you that the was the guest of the Misses Chandler croaker must seek n hiding place for this week. the wave of pripet4ty surely Mm. .J P. Sandarfurand son, Isaac, struck our town, our merchants have in Owensboro this week the guest .are arranged nnd built additions to their of relatives. alreidy large stores and are in the " Miss Sallie Ford, Fordsville, was large cities buying aud will return the guest of his brother, Dr. R. W. with the largest stock of goods ever Ford, this week. brought to this place. The two sw mills are over run Mr. Sam Cox, Jr., is visiting his J. W. CARTER, Sec'y, Owensboro, Ky. m -- 53 THE- 1 IV R C3 OF GIL CURES. re- hs For a safo, suro, pleasant and thoroughly liable cure for Chills you must use tho Old and Popular irmicfp3r.'c Ague Tnnir.v wmwiB A I Dr. Charleston, Mo.. Mrs. J. II. White, nt with logs. W. FAIR & COMPANY, Hartford tjemple of fashions. 'ffivZ&Jdrridfri Taylor & Glcudinen are making the best Photos ever made in Ohio county. Remember J. R. Fogle & Co. when you want your fall and winter boots and shoes. Get a box of International Worm Powder for your horse. For sale by Pate Bros. Proprietors, Rumor has it that twoof Hartford's most popular young people will be married next month. Mrs. Henry Field and Mrs. B. L. Field ore in Owensboro this week visiting relatives. Miss CwtMMWtiat&!M0&' LARGEST NORMAL SCHOOL IN THE SOUTH CWIRJIJ. t0Z?ay'i?Ag2!' KKf V' EtIGUJrt KACtlER J sciomnc AMD CLASSIC IITfttUINt M Ht Cnmllilntc the mm The mo'-- t popular trip The Populists of the Buford Mngis-terimer m Old Point Comfort and the District pursuant to a call met Seashore. last Saturday and nominated Mr. Much sight Mtlng for very Muall Rone Dodson for Magistrate. They expense. met the previous Saturday to consider The regular Annual Rxcurslon to the matter and decided by a unaniOld Point Comfort In clmrpc oi Mr mous vote to make n call, aud that no W. A Wilgui, S P. A . wtll be run Populist is under any obligation to Wednasday, Aug. nth, via I. C , and support the fusion deal made by the C. & 0. Rnilwnjs, from Beaver Dam bosses. Mr. J, P. Miller aud one or on regular train, leaving at 451 p.m. two other fusionists were present. It Aug 10th, connecting with Seashore is reported that Mr. Miller said he Special, which leaves Uniou Station, would have the Democrats to take foot of Seventh btreet, at 1:30 p.m. Mr. Ben Graves off the track by next The round trip rate to Old Point Com- Saturday it they would postpone the fort is only $ . . . and the tickets nomination, but the Populists seemed are good until September 2nd, with to think that if Mr. Miller had his stopover privileges returning only. "foot on the necks" of the Democrats This trip surpasses nny offered the he should have taken him off before traveling public, and affords many de- now. Alter finding that he was powlightful diversions. Grand and beau, erless to frustrate the object of the tilul scenery, invigorating mountain nutting he departed wearing a long A Visitor. nir, st.tlbathing, ocean voyage, pala face. tial hotel enteitalnment and a visit to The silence of the silver oratotsTs the Capital, il desired. becoming oppressive these days. It The low rate of 50 per day has is in marked contrast with their chat, Inert secured at the Hygeia and ter ol a year ago. But come to think Chamberlain Hotels. Rvery atten- of it, the contrast in the relations of to tion and courtesy will be extended wheat and silver U finite as strongly ladies without wcoitn. Choice of I xt uiftltm tr A l'oinlUt al Tillie May and brother, Marshal, are visiting relatives at Masmville this week. International Stock Food for sale Remember J R. Fogle & Co when by Pats Bros. Saves hogs and nil you want to buy your boots you can other stock get a goad pair for $1.25. For a quick and cotutottable ride Messrs John and Hardin Craig, of to or from Beaver Dam, patronize Ensor, were the guest of their sister, Fields' bus line. Mrs. T. L. Griffin last week. Buy n box of International Poultry Mis9 Sue Yeiser left Monday for Food aud save your poultry. For Owensboro, where she will spend sale by Pate Bros. some time with friends and relatives. Taylor & Glendinen make photos Hon. C. M. Barnett left Sunday for from $ 1 25 per dczen to five. Call Pasedauia, Cal., where he goes to and sec our work. 2 3m look after some law business for his Wantisd.To trade a first class brother, who lives thsre. blind mare for a good milch cow with Miss Nora Kirch, of Louisvile, young calf. Apply at this cilice. Miss Herreil, ol Rockport, and Miss Remember we are selling our cloth- Ella Cox, of Hartford, were guests of ing at greatly reduced prices. Mrs. J. P. Hicks Thursday. A. Rone& Co. will build a large two story business house. Little Robert, son of W. P. nnd Rt-t- a Render died the 24th and was buried at West Providence the 25th. He was three years old, was a bright intelligent little boy, but the bud that was plucked'on earth will blossom in heaven, sorrow not dear parents you weeped and prayed that he could stay with you, but it was one ot God's little jewels that he had given you lor a short time he hath called it tnme where it will not suffer any more pains or be patched with fever, but where all will be love and happiness, remember that you cannot call him back but that jouenngo where he is' J. A. R. Hunch Kltrr Xnvlgnllon. Rough River will no doubt soon be cleaned out and wc will again have boats landing at our wharf. Judge J. F. (.arson always takes a lively interest in improvements. He wrote is a PHYSICIAN'S PRRSCRIPTION.and nbsolute-l- y harmless. We will pay $1,000 lor the detection of arsenic or nny other poison in our now famous remedy. It T7V. -- iSL. Evansvillo, Ind. Jk.LXJST cfc CO., lB AE"lt tlie HIMer Ticket. The Owensboro Messenger says: If the stories which come from Reynolds, a station on the I. C. railroad in Ohio county, are true, there is not much doubt about a Ktondyke being almost in sight of Owensboro, and etc long it will be possible tn go out to Reynolds on the I. C. train nt 10:40 n. in,, scoop up enough gold to make a person rich, and return to the ci(y on the 3:40 p. m traiu, only requiring 5 hours and 40 minutes time out of the city. There will be no long nnd tedious trip throug Chilcoot Pass and over snow crested mountains to reach this land of wealth which ex. ceeds in its richness the wildest dreams of an Aladdin. There will be no necessity to pay filty cents for a "streak of lean and a streak of fat," a quarter for n biscuit, and the same tor a cup ol coffee. If the board out at Reynolds does not suit any person who goes out there to rake up a big pile of gold 01 e, either in price or quality, it can be let alone, as it will not be let alone, ns it will not be nee,, essary to be away from home for more than one meal, and in case of fortune in a few hours no person would care for the missing of one meal, and if be preferred not to, he would not cavil about the price or the quality, when he was so amply able to pay for it. For sometime past some of the people in the Reynolds vicinity have believed that inexhaustible gold mines exist in their midst, if only the mines Several have could be discovered. been vigorously prospecting, and they now confidently balieve that their search is to be erowned with great results. An ore has been discovered which is believed by many ot the people to be gold. Mr. Reynold Garland Black has been one of the most active prospectors and hc has sent n package of the ore specimens to a brother who lives at Dayton, Ohio, for the purpose of having them assayed. The discovery ol what is believed to be gold ore has created considerable excitement among the Reynolds people and it is said that most nil kinds of work has ceased and the people are silting around in the little village and discussing the wealth of the community, pending n decision from the nssayist at Da) ton. If it should .be to the effect that the ore Is gold, no further attention will be paid to crop, but eerybody in the neighborhood will join In the grand tush for gold, and evea foot ot ground for miles around Reynolds will be thoroughly rained. There's no question about It. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best blood puiifier, This Is proven by its wonderful cures of blood diseases. In mentioning the death of Rev, O. M. Wilson we said that he belonged to the,"Noithern Methodist Church," when we should have said that he belonged to the M, R, Church. $1 00 will buy a good pair cf ladies Mines nt J R Fogle . Co's. in. m i Carson & Co Did you know that Taylor & Gleu dinctl make any kind of n photograph from a Queen to a 14x17? T Miss Sallie May Colemau left Wednesday for EUzabethtowti, where she Magan. has accepted a position in the high Attorney General Taylor holds that school at that place. the Populists will not have to petition to get their candidate 011 the ballot Mr. Glendinen has returned from for Clerk of the Court ol Appeals Dawson and will be pleased to see this year, ns their vote for Congressanyone wanting pictures, at Hartford man was more than two per cent of on Monday.McIIenry on Tuesday and the vote cast last fall. Beaver Dam the rest of the week. The following named persons have paid their subscription to Tub Republican since our last issue: J. C. Hoskinson, Buffalo; Miss Minnie Rowe, Spring Lick; J. W. Wright, Ilooin In Tobncco. ji routes telurnin , biwfpn Richmond and Clifton Forge, Will he given, enabling those who desire to visit Ljnchburp, Natur.il Dridge nud other twinls of inteittt. Sleeping car rates will be $4.00 for berth, Lutlsville to Old Point, to be otcupied by on or two perhous, and application for sleeping car space should be miulent once to W. A. Wilgui, S. P. A., Hopklnsville, Ky. l'or further particulars, address as above or call on Agent I. C. R'y. We are still needing rain Mr. John David is thought no better of typhoid fever. Mr. J ti:srr.iuu.i.i. to be attended the Institute nt lleaver Dam last week. Miss PearlyMltchell has typhoid fvt r, y The Populists of Ri f.ird Magisterial District nut last Saturday at this place and nominated Mr. Rone Dod bon for MugUtratc, thereby denying the right of some of their leadeis to sell them out. at least they deny the right pf the leaders to deliver them. Ivan Todd I,. Rlmore Amr. Joa'tToliifrobpUsuJ biuult luur To quit tobacco easily and forever, to mag iictls, lull of life, norvo aud tlgor, toko luatinuUui wcnkincn strwig All druggists, Wo or II. Curoguaran-too- l uuula free. Address Booklet and Midline Iteinody Co, Olitcavo or Nw Vort Yestcsday's Louisville Commercial kills more horses than all other non contagious diseases com- has the following to say about Kenbined. For a quick, safe nnd sura tucky tobacco: NMAM.nei'si:. The largest and best sale ot tobacco remedy use International Colic Cure. Ida Paxton and daughter, Mrs in the history of the local breaks was Miss Clam nr rpsndtng vacation For sale by Pate Bros,, Hartford. made yesterday at the Brawn ware- with their brother, Mr Sam Morton, Hon. Juo. J. McIIenry, and wife left house. , Mr Willie Morton nnd wife began marked. fix. yesterday for Louisville, where, they All records ot the past ten years in school here y 53 enrolled. will make their future home. The the way of prices were broken, nnd it Call on Unlluigtoii for a good hair Mr. John Kimbley, Louisville, is McIIenry family have lived in Hart- is said that such a large lot has never trim, the guest of friends here and Ceralvo. ford for a number of years and will be brought such an average before. Born to the wile ol Mr. Bob Matgreatly missed by our people. Miss One hundred and eight hogsheads inst a 12 pound girl. Jennie McIIenry will go to Louisville were sold, all of the finest grades. thews the aist Mr. nnd Mis. Alva Cltoway rein about six week to live with them, There has been competition for near turned yesterday from a visit to relaly all the tobacco, and when the sales tives at Beda, $1.00 Whoat! is starved blood. It shows itself Miss Nella Robertson returned SunAnd RAW BONE at reduced rates were footed up it was found that the In pale cheeks, white lips, weak should stimulate a heavy average this 108 hogsheads had averaged $17. day from a visit to her aunt, Mrs. digestion, no appetite, exhausThe total amount realized was be- John W. Tichenor, Point Pleasant. coming season. Everything points to n continua- tween $20,000 and $25,000. tion, lack of nerve force, soft Mr Seth Hunter is completing his Mr. RcT O'Bryan secured the prize dwelling house nnd will paint it at tion of good prices, tor n year or two muscles, and, chief of all, weak of the lot, but it was only after a hard muscles. Your doctor calls it ut least, and in nil probability for a fight. This was a hogshead of bright once. number of years. The Quarterly Meeting was well Anaemia. He will tell yau that hurley wrappers and brought $29. attended at Equality, Elder Hayes Wheat can be raised very successthe weakening weather of sum- fully in this country as has been This Is the highest price brought on preached nn able sermon Saturday and demonstrated by so many of oar best the breaks since 1887. Mr. O'Bryan Surday morning, Rev. G I Bean, mer often brings it on. of Haitford preached an interesting farmers. From 15 to 30 bushels to also bought two hogsheads of heav semionSundiy evening. the acre have been harvested on our bodied burley for $27 and $25. Mr. John Fields, McIIenry, and lauds in this community this year. oani: mix. This was on fields, not mere patches, Rev. G, J, Bean will preach at I son, Mr. Lewis Fields, III , visited With RAW BONE, nnd we' empha- Salem next Saturday 3 o'clock and relatives here jesterdny. size this, the crop can be doubled or Sunday at eleven Miss May Hatcher, Centeitown, Is nearly so, and much cf the plant food Farmers ore are busy preparing lor the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. will not be exhausted. Annie Rojs another wheat crop Oil with of Cod-livMr, G, J. Christian lost a fine horse Piof C II. Ellis enroute to South The HORSE SHOE Brands are will make poor blood tried no experlmautt. We can f Cutrollton called in nnd addressed our las week. rich. It is a food for over-taxe- d five different grades of bone, all Mr. J. A. Park and wife visited the school in a p'ensant manner, wr feel family ol Mr. S. M. Wilson Friday. sure his call was appreciated Call and weak digestion, so prepared d'reit from the ntunfacture. Mr. John McCord and Mr, Clarence again Mr. bills Farmers should call on us soon, or that it can easily be taken in Miss Mabellc Klmblry, Owensboro, Robinson, of Logau county, is in our Oil or s nd In order. summer when Cod-livmidst at this writing. We have also the "Superlor"Wheat is visiting relatives here. even ordinary foods might repel. Drill which Is the newest drill out. Mr Clarance Harnett, Owensboro, The school at Salem is progressing nicely with Mr. W. G. Stewart teach- w is the guest ol relatives here recentNew York Come und examine it. SCOTT Sc BOWNE, J C R. HOCKRR & CO ly. Andbbson. er. For sat at yM. and f ou by all druggists. Colic to Hon. D. II. Smith about the matter, who looked it up and the engineer in charge made the following report to him: "There is no independent plant available for the work of removing snavrs and other similar obstiuctlons fro 11 the reach of river in question. Th U. S. Snagboat Wm. Preston Dixon is too large to pass through the Rough River Lock, but it i3, and has been, the intention to utilize one of the derrick boats pertaining to Green and Barren rivers in clearing the reach of Rough River between Hartford and the lock of snags and similar obstructions; and operations with such boats are proposed as soon as it cau be spared the repair work now under way nt locks 2 nnd 4, Green River." IlKMItimiV, There is a great deal of AMrna ! this part of the county, B. F. Morris ana nve 01 his family have typhoid fever. Pate Hoskius is very low with typhoid fever. Mr. H. M. Allen had an exciting time with some melon thieves n few nights since. He shot nt them nnd they returned the fire. Nobody was hurt. Mrs. II. M. Allen is nt home frcm a visit to her chilbren. Henry Thompson was in this sec-- , lion lately making his whip pop. He is no spunge as he took dinner with our neighbor and left a nickle n piece for the family. Our people nre pretty much all against him. Now, s, how nre the chances for success with you? They were never better here. We will give our county ticket an Ins creased majority in this precinct. If every Republican in the county will go to work for the ticket we will get at least 500 majority. Success to Thr Rkpubucan. Scizzors. Messrs. F, R. Nelson and son have completed the job of putting new roofs on the stalls and amphitheater at the Fair grounds, preparatory to the great Ohio County Fair. Hartford College will open Monday morning, 1 i-- 1 1 li-- ll I1 Tha Editor afTk KoifW1l Uw Fftrnur WrIUi of till Cod Dn by DR. MILES' HIW HEART CURE. To Benefit Others. Poor Blood Scott's Emulsion er AUB a great many unielfUk man .nil WAM.n Vrhft wltth ntllfiffl tfl know vbat hai restored them to er health and happiness. N r. 0. 1'. David, of one ot the licit newspaper to Iowa, write from Uloomtleld la , Aug 19 KW. "Mr desire to benelit others prompts m to wMM .i.t.. w h.vAtiuul lip. Miles' lEamedtetl In my ismlly for nearly two years with most ttI1KKB I Hypo-phosphit- es, Bv.Y'mAll.! K pl 1 ut-til- th 4w :W3i I J ! I er 1 years. Dr. Miles' Hears Cure U exactly what lmnlleai a Itu nnnlQ sure cure for a weak, fluttering. ralpl.utUc heart, and Dr. Miles' Nerre aud Liver fills are most excelleaU" Dr. Miles' Uemedles are sold by all druggist under a ponltlve guarantee, first bottld benefits or money refunded. Hook on Heart and Nerve sont free to all applicants. UU, M1LE3 MEUIOAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. t.. iir- would'ntnow do flth- out them, My w Ho ha been weakly and aowa uearly every summer tor the, past fitteea ..., yjljtjg jjLJLfn iIiiibi -- firrnmj"A,fc"- "",', - jkjjjjm iaW ( - b rtford Republican. 7, 1H97 "" VrIDAY, AUGUST m IS IN TROUBLE. time, iiutffiuinwnding iue, .;av.ly voiced opinions of tbo electrical experts. Our published opinion was y allowed to remain neglectod, brought to mind by suffffcv tloiii made from time to time that burglars would soon use the enormous boat of ai electric arc for drawing the temper or ponetratiu.; the sheets of steel of vaults and orea-slonall- fully twlf tin" oiekrwsii In the world. II food loo trout In the bowrts Mid products bUlauincts, torpid Irm, IndV Constipation 1'iid r. 1 l -- 'reetiry. .1 antes ' I. T11 n retstni the digested v illlau Li ' ( . Lest 2,000,000 Per Annum By Fall of Sil ver. Contlnuod Fall of Sllvor Is Producing Sorlous Financial Complica- tions. Mexico, Aug. 16 on New York roie to tlxy on the .reshdrop in silver to 131. and in so' . cases 140 was asked. Bankers in doubt about what rate to wt e, in view oi the silver markit. in J)c 'tngs were nominnl I vdinngc on London vent to 21 ( per , the lowest on record, and g for this Government in mect-ir- g the interest or its stetllng debt a 5c at the rate of 52,000,000 per ans nun The Government can mett tin 'oss by economies and using the bu.,'us fund, but the bankers hero s. i the time has come when some-thg must be done, and the debt shculd pay a lower lateof interest tha" six percent, and also that Mexientitled to relief in view of the co pmtual payment of her gold inter- City of safes. . Tlio opinion expressed has now received verification, for in recent experiments we wllnessal nn are of 40 to 50 vol t3, with It tiu, mil I uf 1103 lo fiOO amperes, jenetrato In three to ten minutes safe walls tliroo to sit Inchon thick, and ns a demonstration of the masses of metal which could bo operated upon, a rough steel injot, perhaps six by seven by ten Inches, whs penetrated with a diagonal jagged hole from one and one-hainches to three nnd one-hain diameter, the thickness of metal lf lf tin tint' il tongiu', siok Ik id.irh.', In (Omnia, etc. Ilimri I'llli enrcconntinullon nnd all lt result, easily and thoroughly. Rvstlon, Hood's SM. 0. Utadlry. mOrWi J. Worth- 11. )FKHtAM. AN OPEN WIS ARK A8SKRT1NG A .1 i "lit N- - Yr-'- s r'i ' -t n 1 ' ' t(. MiV" ' e inrur t Pills All rrspared ly The only C. I. Howl A Co.. rim to toko with Uood't Sursapuria. lnell. dninriits. Hast. Iti jtln-i- t Kiirm iHrt flHitlen. prettv ,l.it to now (tettinir mi) thing In tlu wiv ol turnips vjtit-U'-S iru-plj- it ii 1 est under trying circumstances. It is not denied n very anxious sen-ti- n nt prevails, as the people have com to e.pect a still futthei decline in tne value of silver, and many pie-dithat it will be forced to a point whete the dollar wc worth thirty cents in gold. It portations will be generally and all the interests of business, except exports, will be afftcted. The commercial crisis is hardly expected, as merchants are not, as a rulr owing heavily abroad. The Gov rnment nnd the country are cou-lr- o td a seiious situation, which is Corn .orst for many j ears. the -- pierced being nbout olgbt or nine Inches What construction can resist this concentration of boat? The hardest steel is penetrated as easily, even more easily, than the softest iron, while tho c&st metals used in the heretofore Invulnomblo safe molts nnd runs like water, making, from its very nature, an osier safe to open than those- built of the rolled motal, which, an Is woll known, remains plastic under a hlghdogroa of bent, and has not the tendoncy to How from tho arc nnd leave nn enIn tirely unobstructed passage penetrating the wrought iron or mild steel it was frequently necos-enr- y to allow the arc to play on the mass being melted, to keep it from congealing and preventing further progress. This took somewhat longer time. Tho cast safes, owing to the fact that the metal was necessarily designed to flow, in order that tho (Safe could be cast from tho pattern, did not resist tho arc nearly as long for a given penetration. The motal readily flowed, and n holo largo enough to permit tho safe to bo opened was quickly made, this without undue noiso or aught tcf give warning. Tho method adopted to yuard against this new agoncy of attack also possesses nu interest to tho electrical fraternity, Inasmuch as an olectrical alarm has been selected as the most effective means of protection from olectrical attnek. Slmllln slmillbus curantur. frcml-plast- excepting thoe ashore tine to imtn-- i purp c would be best of all for r the purple tp or whitp flt varieties Thei-.p'nttte as you know, can sown broadIn rows or, ef )ou cast when sowing down your field, as menttoued in your lttUr, to heids gras But I thinV.tlir in st sills, fictory way will be t.i fit f! Fpicial part ol the garden i ir vmr t I'njps and as soon as plant them i 1 they are well np thin tlicin out to siy three inches apart) cultivate fin, and for the small quantity tint ou will yf-ue 1 ile-U1 vhlch take 1 thldk the , DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Uijannis, Massachusetts, was tho originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," tho same i, dtnm ' ' ' uu 'lm uli. bit n m cvcr that has home and docs now rn lit (.ntiiUliptlno (! u ii'i " trmlantPublkjluitriiclloii- - bear the facsimile signature of wrapper. t, 'lu (iciilosih)nd all bmni'lti.il Ut M l.iviMi. lutu and ciiest d.atssrs, kinii'-uOffloe Has I). This is the oiiginal " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been lt.jir.or Lnd c iiuhs catarrhal afTlt(""', j!"er' iiiui't used in the homes of tho Mothers of America for over thirty decline nud wenknesa, loss of fl. ili, ii'.vice Bureau Uomtnwt'iiR'f of wMttnu an iv. wU gi.d condit W years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is omliiifiire ecivlTilRKKFKmfcC 0 TL:S (V n A'M'.tn.itOenornl-- D H t'olher. on l0 ?ifl iirt)oi his Newniacnrnv ton' the kind yon have always bought Hia'e Ll'irsrlan Mrs. Msry Jlromi iTl li.fl render tfl TMtt K"iTmicN and has tlio signature of 6&&J7&&U4G' wrapI).ij. wining lor them. Tri..1 erf Il,, HMI.II'lAl) iXtUMtRStiiNltlM. per. No one has authority from mo to use my name ex!l h il cured thouaatids pertimi" Ino O. Wood, cbnirmnn; J. K. cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. 11 Fletcher is Its tiuuly use, n.t hv omiders it simple pr, do'y wnirteing Hemp?, H. f. Irwin. Hccroury Hrown. 1i i i Ktw Ollir S,-.- , An., uey ' tiryof8tte Ohirlti Finley. (ineral W. 8. Taylor. fllone. r Ueo, W. Ix)ng. ilmier o Agrlsitilmr. Hor- 8tfttttt.w - I.mcus mid " EXCLUSIVE IN TUB COURTS OUR RIGHT TO Till! U8R OF THli WORD ' CASTORIA," AND PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OtMl TKAUU MARK. To LETTER. MOTHERS. CAf74c&&x f ,'riMi -- t i ' szfj.&r" 11 .111 ( 1 ,rf i l 1 11 humiinitx to donatu a to', will be well to wvtter I hem should it become verj dry, Tl e re cret of auccesii id gnuHjj gond turnips is to grow thsni quickly, "s th it they will not become wot ray and putcliise good course. You can turnip seed almost ftnj where. You will find no trouble in its coning up cs lump is one of the tetds Hut retains lU germinating qualities for Ux. years need it ""i-i'i- f 8c ence f.ai'.y ilvVelnp to.t-l- y nud thissruiil clfeti.1 ' : r ye r , experimenting f iKed results s beitefkisl ' inurt ty is can b" cUlrar1 jy in '" genius lits aiutiiuu that m .a iour let and COOSOirptlon are einb'oi: ' ' b f't 8ny eltmnle U Riove-r t'ers of rrntltn fe,"fi1d in h". t H nn Ktif"p"fn liuf inn thnuranel irori thore r in t.d laiiihle cure. tml ( t his ii Hamnel F. CoNORFSi-IOSAt- . fr li-- fciitorti Hon. WJIIlam 0 Und fiy. Hun. J 0, 8. Blackburn. "Upreseiitative Fourth W.-Lew- XS 5,7557. Do Not Be Deceived. (2v..z,. SIGNATURE District - " niti. John 'STATU 1 c" 1 t. G rnator Hon. A. D. James. Feprei'eotRtive OhloUoonty Him. M. Barnett. OHIO COUNTY. Hon, Do not endanger the lifu of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you (because he makes ,1 few more pennies on it), the ingredients of which even lie does not know. . "The Kind You Have Always Bought" BEARS THE FAC-SIMIL- E the w ild Miflica) axperts coiW e 'h '.In dual, chest eM luni tt. o'l' Ir. d t Corsuniptioi, nl'Ml. Uiuti nrpt- -l 1. 1 rial Ml 11.1 iiih ipeedy fi . .'imply wiiu. t T V S.ncuii. il OF put? of 1 rinnuT i'oukt V T. Owen, Judge b"n. - Owi at- - Hon oneW two Ways. The bladder w9 ceatcl lor one purpose, namely, a receptacle for the Uiine. iicdas such It Is not liable to by one of at y form 61 disease tno wai s The first way is from im terfect actim of tV kinejs. The second way is irom cnieltfS Icc.l treatment of other duensc8. Unhralthy urine from tinhea'thy kMnejsis the chief c:iU'',of bladder troubles. So the womb, 1'ke the bladder, was created for one purpose, and if not doctored t o much is not liable to wc'nknes or disease, except in rare ca"es. It is Filiated back of pnd very close to the Madder, thee. fore any piin, disease or inconvenience manifested in the kidneys, back bladder or uiinary passage is olten. by mistake, attfbnted to femc weikness of womb ttotib'e ot some sort Tne error isesi!v m de and miy be as easily ir.def' To find out coneetlv, set y itir urire iside f r twenty four huuf ; .1 st.lrue nt cr indicates kn'.iuy cr U?''dar tirnb'.e The rit'U ?i thfnr, effiot ol Dr Kiiu.cr's Swamp-Roo- t, nnd the great kid ev. and bh.d der remedy is soon tti'ir d. It joti need a medicine yen hue the best. At dntjrgi't- - fi'lv cnts rnd stt-th'i! rj OlSl"lll(ll). C , o8Piiit;tftt, X T. H. DUc'e, .lailrr -I- fartfor.l. YuV..ii povtutfice ad ex,r-- - stidrvs. nt.d 0. B Likens, Clerk Hartlord. thr free mlicine vuil Ik pMitnt ti 1. !"). Rinj. NfaMcr Coiumisciouor sent Snftete sheul lustint rdUnrtfurd. of his jjentrriis proposition ( li Likens, Trustee .Trry Fund I'iease tell the 1) cor that 30U viw Hartfnid. his offer in tho iilicvn rA V. ICciwn, Blu Deputtaa Samuel Keowti Hartford For.l'vlllf ; Thos R. Joe '1'ho . Bls'inp, (Jeutfrtowiij 8. 'f. Steveitf, Cr mvwll. unci Cotirt convenes Urst Motidav in Globe-Democra- t Semi-weekl- y March and Auaustand continues ihre weeks, ami third Mmuly in May and November two weeks. e J. Lf'iwin Rnwa, Ai.irut'j CzJ&ci I Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You. IHtCCNTsUD COMPANY, TT in MUftftAT IHttT llWlOM CITV. riff-Har- tford lUpublicin St. Louis 4 st 4 4 1 the one year f MMX UUflTOS, f v t w v v t t '. for $1.75. FOR COUSTY COrRT. CHtnr ccsb Remember Uuilnigton will give yaw a food shave, li.itr tiim-o- r sham poo P. Morton. Judge Hartford. D. M. Hocker, Clerk, Hartford. E. P. Ncal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court couveucs first Monday each month. Juhn tniTiiiilaOi sffrn vrc . vr-- ' IL-Z- F Some Facts About Pins. na-tiv- wcn. al. omlriisol r'NllniiiiJ. Chas. B. Hood, Broker and Minn-fac- tt rer's Agent, Columbu3. Ohio, ceil fies that Dr. King's New Discov-er- j as no equal as a Cough remedy J D Blown, Trop. St. James Hotel, Ft Wayne, Ind , testifier that he was of a Cough ol two yeais standcur ing caused by La Grippe, by Dr Ku s s New Discovery. B. F. tbtt Mass, lie 1 is used and lecomuiettdtd it and netr knew it to fail and would raths cr h ve it than any doctor, because it cures. Mrs. Hemming, 222 alwr-- s E. 2th St., Chicago, always keeps it at h nd and has no fear of Croup, Free It instantly lellcves. Trims Bottles at J. II. Williams Drug iL Store. Mr Bryan will find, among other thirds that there is the same dlspar. ity Utween Mexican gold and Mexican lhtras there is between MexiIn oth can silver nud foreign gold. er woids, he will find that free coinage f silver in this country has not est. 'ished a ratio of lO to i, and that gold tnd silver are not on a party. He will find this If he finds any gold He will find that a dollar is a at in doll r heie, but it is not a dollar wheu it gels into those foreign uiaik ets (rum which the Mexican merchant buj his goods, and, at tins writing, He will not it not a half dollar. th ,t silver bullion has increased in ptki to $1.29 per ounce, and he will fin'' i man in the republic who will not , ive his two silver dollars for one got dollar or one paper dollar with I'm L s Trade mark blown ut ou it." 1 ly ol Mexico Two Republics. i- - - SCIENTIFIC The BUfi&LABIMQ."" Electric Current Eoth an Aid and a Snare. Y.'i' published a short noto about thr i) yoars ago, says Electrical Engine 'ring, In which nttentlon was callc 1 to tho possibility of using an clc'rio current for the purposo of burglar proof op ilng s.if . At that timo thoro was ap-pitly but one safe on tho market win 'i had successfully roslstod tho ur Pins, of Ivory and bone, were known among the Chinese and of India, and such have been discovered in the ruins of Cabylon. The pins montloned In the book of Exodus wero not used to secure apparel, butweie tent pins, to which wero fastened the ropos of the Tabernacle. Plus of bronze have been found In Pompeii, Egypt and Brass pins wero IntroAssyria. duced Into England In IMO. The first practical machinery for tho manufacture of pins was put In opone dollar. You may huoasrmple eration In England in 1821. bottle and paraph'ct, 'o h sent Iree bj "Are you acquainted with any mail. Menti'in the MARTPonD and ,.u.! jomi- - adores to "0, yes, I know a society people?" Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binsrlninton, N thing or two." Life. Y The proprietors ot this paper The country editor is a reliable guaiantee the genuitiere.t of this of eucjclopedin.' A subscriber sent this fer. m&"T. Curs Orntlptlan Forever. nutry to a Kansas editor recently: ' T raitaiots Cmiilveathartiu lloorSSo. I find one e.r tl C C. C. (ml to curt. druK(,t! r fui d uoi.oy "What nils my hens? two ol them keeled over to raise 1:0 Those who tutn up interesting tacts more." The reply was: "The fowls I'ijjt-'s- t farm in the an old complaint and ; point out thit the are dead. It is world iuy be frrnud in the southwest nothing can be done except to bury It i rwted and part of Loui-.- ji them. operated by a lyndicate oi nrtthern DM You l.vcr capitalisti and cnibr-ce1.500000 Try lUectric Bitters as a remedy for acres of laud, which wre onginally a a bottle big pasture for cittlc your troubles? If not, The l.ind is Thi8 medicine devoted to the cultivation of cotton, now nud t has been found to be puliarly adapt corn, suar aud ilce Riitt d west ed to the ielk-- and cure of all Female the esta'e ixtc'iJ'. n The nuKs Comp'aints, exerting a wonderful diSouthern Paeific i.iil,js rut a rect influence in giving strength mil through it for ncat'ij furty miles. A tone to the organs. If you have Loss good deal of is p..U to the ot Appetite, Contlpation, Heulachr, raising of cattle, of vrlii 'h the syndiFaintalng Spells, or are Nervon. cate owns 16,000 htad The compaSleepltss, Excitable, Melancholy or ny operates sev.. ral slenni-.ron the troubled with IJiay Spells, Klecttic nivigable ruersthit luns through B.tters is the medicine you need their mammoth farm, un.l they have Health aud Strerpht are gusranteed also rice mills n shii'jarl, ic? pla-i- t by its use. Fifty cents and $1 00 at and bank If th-- j sjr.dict s will J. H. William Drug Store. grapple the proMvra of ngroultire more and manufaeture kss, ptthafs ex' there will he a m.re rvAion-iblIN iaf. ni cuse for tolcratinc grcilc-mb- i of cpital 1 i 1 s Bejinn ..i the'llrird Monday one hundred A desirable Jaonary. April, July anil October. i ite-acres, sit-mai Hartfotd, well COURT OF CLAIMS watered, a good oiche ', two hundred Cvuiveiips first Monday in Jantnry, beanig trees, pnex) huildingi and in and Tuesday after the sec ud Monday r turthrt pa good community. ticulrs c ill it this oiTice at otrc t; inPctobar. 1 Sot KiiIp i.irm of fJl'ARI'KRLY OOCKT. ngaw amja "v KYKltYiiR'iiibrroi j:Yi:ilY family on KYEKY larin, in KYKItY village, m i:YKUY ritat'o ami Territory. FOR I'Mucat'mii, KOK Ndile Mmihwl, FOR True Woman IwmmI. " 5 I IT y Wes hrilllant and instructive editorials. .ivea labiinating abort sturies IT pirof an unexcelled agricultuial deparliaunt. ford. Tor I&nts and Children. It sires scieotiiit and meclianiml inlornmlion, L. W. Jlunt, Corouef Sulphur IT gives illusirated lailiion articles. Springs. IT pivl 'iri' HU'xilliigttaluins. r.iorhouse U. R. j4iu,bell, JTjfivseolrriui'ifin'iit to young aud old. Keeper, Hartlrii. IT givts eat ttuo ion even where to everybody. jfsrfHs' roi'prs We turuU'i PltE KEl'lMJLIOAN ami NEW YORK WEEKLY A. fl. Ari.i- - March 3, J 1.0 1, SepErwcvbod San So. THlBlNI5,h.iih tuners tember 1, P. cembfr 1. ( 'sjinr Cal'iareii , tlie nosl Ciiv JoNTli Wi'lh'n MiitchO, June 5, mcdlfiil .tisi'oif rv rt" tlio aire, t en-HunJ rorriislimn to tho tusle, art irently eVitn-ih-- r 4, DHC.mhr 4. on kilui.is, lliui 1.1.U IiohtU, end posltlroly C. L. V.v.mAhn- - March 12, "UN, clean--,- . ns tilt) en', ro s atcm, ditpi'l cum ticaJnotic, fever, hnbliual onstlpat'nn June 1 1, September 1, December 10 Addrq s all orders to the an.l I iniiMiexa, Plaaso buy oml try n lox T. A m March 20 June 1 1' 11 s ivcn-deifit CASTORIA Sulphur Springs. N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. HartZ. H. Shultz, School Supt, oTiiint rorxrx ofvu G. 8. FiuliUKD, Surveyor trs. IT Kivea nil imp'rtaot new nf the Kattoo. ITpivesa imporiaiii new sot tbo World. I T gives the most reliable market report. ONE YEAR f Of (J C. C to Any , 11), guurujitted to tuie by utt iliiigt'lls. '!. Ml ontii. Hiil'l .wl 111. KxcnnlMs Ttottin? Assrc'ation. I'it'totJ, Oct 4 to 16 1S97, to return, ,S 55 Nation,.! Ii"e iMipment S k; on sale giod ti'' Ott. 8th ! i Ilf" Preelers' ol Vet -B '20, Sip'oniber 2o. IV ,! itii"r I, Ih'ifiuhfr 18 Junr F. Oiiww Xltiret) 2 . i !'"". rtAUTiamiJ ou nne am' KEtTRUr-AN- . nil r, V'4 Room Y&T mk J. CoXo.i 71 artrlrrw, nn n pcM; l card, send it to Geo. V. Bra ork C'uv, nnd s.unple copy otTHH "J).V YOKK WK1.KLY fKirtWP will l.r'niai'cl to ou V'nte j, Tnbjne BuiM:ni, N.w ftit5 IVaw erins, I'iiIuti,! lis, Se.v tickets on s!i Sept. 8 and Sept. 16 to teturn at $6 65 Encumpmint UiionVf Colnmbn.-- . O , t. g-- u,'97, til. I 5 ,n ' 'WEOEtJlii y&wA(Ay iBMBV-WIIU BsMrT c rtCSiN 'l'tf a-- 1 si n '' ;? 897 tKk.tl. jj .l Sept fi ?r.d il god til vpt aS ionium, $m 2, &?pt Mi h(i' MLSrpij; " ) hf 'If Hi f, OBmw :iif A'' if sip'c ill HOOK-liFHPlNs CIIL - COLLEGE Louisville, Ky. IUInsA. m. 1 LVWoftA. po!tlvinrp. SIIOUTIIAA'D INSTITBTK 3. C, Cor. 5th aKd Market Sts, A'lor. s i!'c iHnlitKi f ir TYP1' WRITING anfl ttrg i Frdi.rnt, on ir Or Ky Of. 3 13 Lo'lge K of T , . O t. 16 to 22, tic'-etH and 19, till Oft $4 80 -- H. Mkrrick, A(?t, Beae Dam, s n gol M ! n KLY'S rilEAM Appljf Into the noitr!l. Il Is qcU kly thiorlwd. (O t DnwgUtu nr by mH ; urap 10c by mull, cnt XLT BKO'l UKUS, St Warrea St., New Toik Cll j. Il.r ''liai.U MONni.i, hrn oi 'HAKGH ijK-te- Subscribe for Tlio Riiiinewi pmctiru! tmiiiiup in SHOUT-IA-1 Success niMiuil in 1'iiptls asristcd to POSITIONS moleratc men furiu hed Stenographers I'KKIt OF ilnnouli s OAMTOHZA. T No'.withstan'i'ngour buriit-o'i- Rnniihiiftftn finrl kfH UP With the l5mes 'iassisysjr'sssysiam"Mars j. FROST Money Saved. t Do you want any M lust ! July we arc rtll hra'ltjiiarlers lor all 1 r MICHIGAN: HTATl'orOtHO Kills Vegetables and Covers the Ground to tho Surprise of all tha competent oploslvo . All circumstances seemed to poll t to this as tho ouo pioUictlon ealo .luted to bailie tho efforts of tho mo rn burglar, posseMslng n scientific Unowlodge of high explosives, and i'I scomod willing to admit that in x plosives wero to bo found tho ill' - iwwerful ntd to tho burglars' art, The construction of heavy .iu s of masonry, usually lined wl' .teel, simply aided tbosoientlnc bur hr; for, sheltorod by this eon-yo- u g structure, nt it as an easy matter to use ox-iives In quantities which would l:a. been linposlble under aay ft! 'conditions without causing a elMt rbunco and wreokage, sura to dotoction or capture. To .,a 1 n heavy expltslve-roiUtln- g safe in a lightly constructed vault or 1 tho open seemed then to bo the Idghost stage of burglur-roblslug ,rt Efforts were ulo made to safes which cmi truet double-case- d won posset such iwoustlb proper)-.' as to make the tiring In an room of oven tin ordinary c,i ' ctuu ,'0 of oxploslvos u dangerous Hetweon two pr edlng. (U'K of irotectlon lay the groaUst saS 'j ut a banker's or Joueltr's effn 3 of ox-p- er sound-deadeninl( u 1 People. Corn Injuries In Some Parts of Indiana. . South Q.:.vi Had a Portl Wliltc Coverlnff. Detr- - it, Mich receive-1 Bet quality of Htoel nml Chl'iKd P'oirs. Bot! Walk'ngaiifl R'flia Corn Drill, ('hrck.row Pl.mters, Itnlinj; and WalUoj Cultivators with aud Vie is Ihf jilolo auel barbeti. Osbanio siri r puit f ot tne tinu of wittiout true-- , Diso Hrmvn, Fencicg Wire F J CI" 'ne i'v l i'.'ith !i'i miiS Mowers aud J3niier,Hi.l)'. r TliresHwg Machine, Trnctiiinenpines. All above Cf and in tho 1'itv "f Tf ' ,v it ealru(! i". firm InipViueotsawiruaraiVii tu lio nt tlio bfst quality. Firn-c'ar- s SU'e nt 01 1. UL'SHKHI) i.t a'l kiudu il'.nt pr.mi; t',i . wi'l in-- , lh. nun a Mx'ciniir, a'10 a fiH linn of I'Ol I. H"- - f t eh 'nd V u sn'l fiml ns old"slanU on Flirt and ferti'isorstortiilDK'o. Cit'inh lb fi inn' e (nnd Kiilioud .St CiHne In iin.t r m Oi ie H.i.l sCii trn LvcxsCousrv. I Fra-ik ClTVot' TotKDO, ) Chetiri i - ii.es oithth-- t ' 11 Farriiing Smplement. lra'tr llo'so-slmelng illflK lit PRINTING? ft' you do, ayo I.ciur t'Mll 1 tj arc ready to re- - m $ coivo your orders ibrar.y tiling H! in that line. S Wo print as . Hi llrrtda, Note Heads, V rJi 1 11 1 i Meads, Stnteuieuts, Cncntars, Dodgsrs, Horse Dills, TacV be l g - eiicseot b-t- atur a Uiisintes Cards, o' Wiling Wedding 33j Caidfc, crm' j 1 in tin bo. Sft"p"towin ( . V KtNK - J CMliSKY nn- 'id I) iJ ' tin 6 VV 6 h ilm ol Ue lutillc ! I rid WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS,' MCA YF.il DAM, ICY. "(-ir Invitation, Pioiitlptioii Blaakh, Hills. A VL I ) i.JLleOS, N - rtt sri IS f In fact every tiling tliat you want g printed. All work first-clas- li.n IV - ti'th I i' ' H s c i ' mrt ill'!" -- ' t ,. Aim y f Ui' '. n JJ t l M w l"r 1 rl i ' . V li ' ill .sj.sUlll i WIIO IS YOUR TAILOR? Do YoirGct YOU and if & at lowest prices. estimates. Wrilo or call ir I I) o lnim nm-i- c u r Vi ' S lil v ""1 "ni lt- I a CORRECT FIT? RCCKIVC f2 for IS show thatlhs an 1 r Burem brtK'ii Thundiy With-in some il r. I .1 'h r.imi 'I . I ,1 t I l j ,,i-J- i ir "Hit i THK frot w e u iitlelf'd td. In'st j.u e.ir L l. tyhida .ev(fe fusf nij plies t itl' ie .ill , " fuieier, . ,ni.i.cv ..'', MNcriT. 20 YEARS or .. SUCCESS THE REPUBLICAN, 3E,2rti03TC3L, lESLST-. inekh it-- ''oijn lnl to i that u U II M -- , (( ml il 1 H 1 AtNi'-t- ss veri ' ! lienvi.ar.J thst 46.1tj;reis r nut i ,i Vln'ifih i i 1 "" lui in HIGH GRADE TAILORING by ORDERING YOUR QUITS AND OVERCOATS In'1' r ii'i ti t '5 i.rUihi v1'" y a'ii t c it1 t- u h' r viic 11 1 hol. 'n.t r hi i.x-- r sliict ty set-t- n Ut j'e the l'ir vi ii tilitvehrid f H ths cuiiii'iaiHl. In investigating the po.wlbllltUa of okotriclty upon an safo It Appearnd, In cur opinion awl w wre supported by two or tliroo of tho most corap-ti-ut t Me. a'"1 lfnt ww vrv I iiu.it 1. i.ml the i.itiV',e i.iiMh fn nl'itr, wlii'e thl'i lee t jtmud R.'pnrt of tins il th li kind ate icnetMl throucbont the tin t.iU'r t.un .'H l "SHtl.er (r (, i it 'h'N ' M ('lath, a at lb Mum r,m' li.in n tilt closing 1 tii hUti-h-, wbich we 4i hlVc Irp.odlltf., kh"ll ll I'vlVU fiS lo.lll lor thmiubt fir the h( j s who read i ; "There Is a Itttla rrap ol my his lory, too, oi which I mu p'otid When bt'd ! 'itch vial iisi?ft, i '' it ii i' '" "' li'ully iluah Harr Mr. re-nn orM. AT lt -- a J-- BORN & Co. THE GREAT CHICA60 MERCHANT TAILORS. As Mr ijrih 1 wo Wi gairiitM to fit and pleats you, tnd sin nwty, .. 900 NEW SAMPLE! TO SJELLECT FROM p Qur Clubbing Ratec. Tka lUiiuliliraiiHud the Lmisville Comnieroiul....81 20 1.50 1. 75 1 fc as Cre iBWI J-.- wl JaA. i Itimv I.' . "I" " " '' l wud Semi -- Weekly Courier-Journ- .... ami Semi-Weekl- y Olobo.Uoinocrat.... T" rt - ., . , r f.KH . '. -. . t .. State siiglneers v, I 1 In ' f --- t' il-i'- 1"' ' 1 1 lad., Aug. it -- Quite elitw tohaeoo, nor play a oird, and a heivy lroiitt Thur diy nUUt ts ie you all know hiw well ( h ive lived I ihti k it it largely potted from vat Ion jaitnof the conn tip to my vow est that it ty. due to tMs fart as wsll at to my own "' na. Vdnriisi), lnl, Am si J'itm- erery and Iml'H'ry, that ! ouo i Stuth (fend I was ten yams old, I mid." a vow thit I vould rtver diliV a drop ot whisky amukt, aor nevtf a wear rn oath, m nr 1 ft. -10 C .' . ., nud Naw Yuri: Tribuuo i r ...l. ill., U1HI lyillllBVIIU) Willi) J uoi. . '25 l.tl.. I... gf. gf S tin r rrr. d IU 'SML- - n vrxj jWV 5 AMDY fMIJARJIt 1 "& iiwiwi.ww i'iiiwii''mi j JZ. ALL ii iiHMirijwnwiTi niB f'K jm. a.ju BCOJMftlWXa, fl20HT.IIAMD, TELEOEAPHY, PEMBAUSniP, ETC. rsr j Jt&H' W0U0t(wzFsm wan i " l a t t jjTj i'..ut,t -- : eis d ! ie,i it . li fi ' t ' ll i VI I0 l 1 i t i . i i l 1 f SV t batter bis or her condition in life, should writo for W i . t S DRUGGISTS r .i!i( in i t 1 in i. ef C t jjj iU ut p b1 t x t- . ,n J i. Ha) j - n.p'4U 1 ' j 1 ,i. ll ' u V loil. S'i'sKSssVss4fsslftsB i.ni.,orJwt? tutn lilt Jiluil Jjlu- i H 1 b.tr.i fit. T &TQini) UTIIEET, IiOUISVIIiliB, 3TRATTOW ' tuo cataioguo or tno 1CV. USSS ,