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With what care, therefore, should the Expectant Mother be guarded, and how great the effort be to ward off danger and make her life joyous and happy. sounding of the Mother shapes the course of unborn t'enorations goes through all the THE liMIFORD R EPUBLICM. OFFICIAL OMAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, g."-- " -- &: pleasant Soap for the skin. '. "Nothins: else like it:" The most refreshing and Tl '' " t1 '1 ..LI 1 MOTHER'S FRIEND allays all re' VOL. X. UNCLE A ItAKTFOIII)' K Y., FRIDAY, SEPtTsTT &Y7 A No. In Jloniiir.T Ofjas J. Graham, who 1, 1897: G. Cutaneous JSOAFL aVlsrmmc roe. BS1 8AM'B Cfilna ntMl iloi'r ' lieves the 'Cramps, Headache and Nausea, and so remedy robsconfinement of itspain fully prepares the system that Childbirth is made easy and tnc lime ot recovery shortened many say " stronger after than before confinement. It in-- ! bun-safety to life of both mother and child. All who have used " Mother's Friend " say they wdl never be without it again. No other I "A rnatomcrwhow wife tiled Mother's Friend ' says that If abo bail lo go throuvli tho ordeal train, sail tbiro wcro but four Tmttlts to lo omnium, and th cult was $l(MA) per bottle, tit would liavotbcui." Uuo EAVTox,Iayloii,Ohlo Runt by Milt.on receipt nf price, 1 n T'PR HOT-Tl.Hook to "KXl'KOTANT MOTIIhltS" malted frxo upon aiiuMrailou, roaaalnlna; tsl. liable Information ami voluntary tftlUKnUl, TMionAoriiLDnrauiATort e .ATiaNra.aa- OIB all CUaOITS. t-- Who ran think of tome alinpla thlni? furatntp Frnlecl your ldea thrr mar brine JU weattn. St rllo JOHN WUiPrillinilM ft CO , ril nt Altor. n. I , fcr their SI.Hn ifllo vtlM i.ul lUt of Inu naadral luremtous warned. Wanted An Idea uti. - Uf EnCHANT'S XkffftVM fK ...:S- - a .ttff7ilJIH ffrLtl riii!iY mmmz&& ,,-- Mft ryfimis$gf4T HOTEL 6I1STIN 10. 531 West AUSTIN, M'g'r., Markot Slrcot Be twnonGth and CU), IUM.R AM) BAKI-.R- . Louisville, Kv. K I.. Cl.HUKS. I I T O. Lnuisvillo Dontal Co., tion, Uooki "And lor that reason I contend that no argument is necessary upon that point. Prosperity is on every hand. Considence is actually restored, and Gold Crowns fS to $7 Porcelain Crowns we nil know t day the truth ol what 3 to 5 st 8vt ol teeth (no better mnde Garfield sid that God reigns, and S no matter how much you pay) . f the Gov nmei at Washington still ". . Jiuj' 0M fillings cam t you, my friends, in rules.' Silver filling 75c )ictractiiig, pel tooth the biief time .dtottcd to one of my 25c Painless extracting with Vitalized years, to bear to you a message, I Air 50c might siy Irom my heart Itxtractltig ttee when Artificial "I have heard much since I came are ordered. Office pcrmanciit to Louisville, only last evening, in It located regard to the Republican party and think tome ilinpl Wantsd-- An Idea ot7bo finpicn w its leaders, and whnt resolutions we inmif 10 Vrnttt lAnti firariiit,tiitTtivi lirlntr vnii Vtalth tmir Imit the m propose to spread before the people of .. . W.ia.. ilUllil fit' airui a !"! bUftilkllU llflM' tty$. Wftuhlnttton, P. r,for thrlri.Kiilrioonr 1 Kentucky. I want to say to you, os au4 llt ot two bnnOxM Inreallou wtuitw g on index ol my remarks, that the greitest triumphs of the Republican party lay in the principle of concilia tion and ol honest consideration lor their loes within that paity; and it matters not, my Iriends, what your pnittcttlar leelings nny be In regard to any individual in the Republican puty. I beg to admonish you, with "SKf 22 Tr 1 h (QHli all the Icrvor of my nature, that the Republican party is greater than any men in Kentucky, (Applause ) We all have our sources of discontent, cam; mix. perhaps, there is many a one of us Mr James Her visited in the Ini-- t week, thnt otten fall outside of the breastMr J. S. Brown nnd wile, Mr. T. works, nnd wc mak think that we Tilford visited relatives in I.ivermore have just cause for complaint but I recently. Miss Annie Jamison was the guest want to ask you, my fellow Republiof Annie D. Wilsoa Sunday. cans of Kentucky, lo act with a spirit Miss Mary Peters visited Miss Ida of conciliation in your deliberations Coombs Sunday. this day. Mr. Geo. Ualey, of Louisville, vis"Why, do you not remember that ited his parents last wee;. yonder on the field of Appomattox, ftenamarTK'UStmjiw.m! ZBeoaso23Hi when Grant had drawn up in front of him that ragged, half starved remnant of the Southern Confedracy, rj when they came around in front of disoom-fort- s 18 JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. that great man to surrender the uud WARRANTED. PRICE BO crts. horses that tliev had ridden in their dauier9 of (U! ATIA, II Ul., Nov IB, 1B3. campaigns, d v't you remember Turla Mrdlclno To,, bi Louli, Mo. be almost en- - iv7iv3vtlar Onltoiucn' We aolct lnt yoar, tea botllea of Ll Grant's answer upon that occasion: OlldVKrt TASTKI.L'Sri C1II1.I, 'rOMIO aiU bars tlrelv avoided.!es In nil oar t on lit thrru itronanlroaUf thla)rur wincoiuiruui-reliev'Take them back home: you will need of 14 yrnm. In tbo druu Imnlntisa. Imra na? vr oM nn artirla triut B'itd aueh unlvrAat rail. exthem in the coining crops.' fovtWu M jruui Tuulc. t unr trulr. pectant mothAUMcr.rtsin 400. ers. It glvc9 "Don't joii remember what the F rstlel.y Williams & Hell. immortal Lincoln said, stnnding in nut them iii the very shadow of the tragedy that EdmttaW BookKeiDlng, Business, condition to do their work 1 overtook him: 'With malice toward PHONOGRAPHY, FOII A t iav That makes pregperfcctlv, for all, with connnue, with clwr-tnancy less painful, shortens labor and hastens recovery after eleeraphy fidence in the riht, us God gives us child-birtIt helps a woman to see the right ' And he must have bear strong healthy children. Sjfiuf gotton hi itiFpirntion from Him who more than t,8oo years before had preached hh sermon yonder on the mVILBUR Mount, and sent it down the oces to LEXINGTON, KY., Tor circular ct hit famaua an.l reipoDslUa tnollfy nnd purify ami Christianize brought linnplncss to has also COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY thousands of homes barren for th nations m this earth. And so ( AwanlaU Medal at Worlit'aEiotlllou. rears. Afewdoseioftenbrlngs v fellow RepuMlcaiH, beg of you, Ileffra lo tlianianda of irrailoalti In poiltl.iui, !oy to loving hoarts that long Coat of ru uu.iurM lnclu.llo Tui- ..J OWja.VSBORO.KY. pi IKW.r.ut. 1 . V 1 i i B-- Tih I Ie a Inrffo nnd pnwpcrous luiHlnnvn, ymis known nnd roHpeotcd by n lar(j community, mid nearly nil trip eonla who knew lilm i)ia builnes wltli lilin. I do not know whnt lilu rent nnmo wrut, but Uify cuUvd Um Uncle Sam. At tka enrly dny when tlicao tilings lmpncucd thoru wna.tory llttlo inowy, nud iwopW cr loJil, bullcta and tolxicc for t'jjoil cliangv. Finally Uncfa Sara, wlio wiui a k rather ununxi cltaractur, rend a In Oao of Arlatotlo't woi4m In tlio InTentlon of money, that "It waii a(TWrd ilotcrmlned In Nalno by men jmtlloff a a Wimp on It In, onlcr tli at It may wa them tho Uoublo ot welghlnir It." Bo Uncle. Ham built a atamplnff mor chlno w'liloli would nip out an ling- IIaIi penny's wvrlh of letid and una worth a jrlnt of milk, as ho was Uicn mJIIhr milk. Thfnv cltccki proved to l'nopie found bo qultri oonrivlent. them all full welint, and Uncle Sam's workmen aa'd BcrvooiA tocJ tbcl'r pay In ibttin. I'eoplo lo itold hiin tfirttr rone for them, and L'il Bam bold milk for them. SoineUnvr tVe poojJa liaed Vha kwl roina for bullata unA for weklita, kiU UntapamdMn'tewraiej-much. Although k Jll cootldm U'ooln tJitn, ha had ponied tlir-n- i Ht IhWr lend value. In tncl, Viufie Bam would exelMvngo coins for bv loail nt nny time, weight for vt eight, as a matter of public eomenlonco. Some other pco-pl- o nwdo coins In. a mold occasionally, but people generally welched them in ordor to find whethr tliey were as heavy na Uncle Satn's ootne. UneloSam many coins tloy wild hs didn't oare-hoixndc, and Tm woiUd tnko them himself It tliey were full weight, A lead mine was dtsoovcrod not Tery fur from Uncle Sara's, and lead went down In price to nliaut hnlf whnt It hod been. A great Biny people who had Homo of Uncle Sam's lead began to wonder what ho was gotnij to do about the matter. The checks were worth. & 'SiH 4tW aAUa-j- a iavVfi, tifi VHwM 6dm rata Unt fluuu for punys worth of milk anal that he was oontindlng Jo pay them out to his ujorkmon junt as before. Hit btiAlnesti wns enlarging, and he u on etaniplng out tlue checks In larger Teoplo pold him numbers than hny and co a for tlicm at the rxuno rate, for ho hadnnld thatlio Intcndcil to maln-tal- n the jiarlty of his checks and tho enny. I'ropla didn't un bis checks (or billets now, tor r lead ewt only luilf ns much. Aim UiKiSara requost-e- t his friends not to mnko (Uiy of theso clvpcks out of bnr load, for he didnki llVo to accept halfpenny checks for a tliem oft on penny unluw ho liad tho pvrtdle for a penny's worth of labor. Tho next thing of nota that happened to Uncle Bam was this! Tho people wlio owned tha Veitit mine hoard about his cchemf, and they got up a comentlon In onlcr to bco If something couldn't bo done for lead. Ihoy wonted to Ret tho good old prices. They proposed that Uncle Sam sliould coin the wliolo output of their Mine free and let them cart awny tho checks, tanoo they owned Via lead. Tliey' trl4 to wake Uncle Sam that this would double tlia prlco of lfcad aixl ho could go rlJrt on ilolng buslnei as if nothing hnd liappencd. There wiv also pobv talk to the effect that ivlle couldn't pay tlwlr debts unless they could get some cheap motfuy to psy wlfh. Tho working people were getting a penny a day, ami many of them thought theno lead pennies key wre gottlnp were too good and would buy too much at the stores. They Joined tho tree eolnacre movement In order to get a cheap peony which w wild buy only half as m'uoh as the present penny, with a View of restoring lead to Its old price, ao poo"pla eould pay Tlwlr dclits In cheap iuony. llicy cuM they ivould trust to lucjlc to got tiilr wages doublcU. Soma of the wlwr que a s1ook lltelr hantts anil saW Unclo Sam oertnlhly couldn'.t caary the w hole lead output at They wore twice ft ninrlcei valaa. coirfldeat that If ke sliould iitrmpt to rto to tha lead coins wotrid soon pa&a at their Junk vsluo. TJila, would upset crudits and buslnass and rula tho whole coramunlty. When I finish tlje translation of tills story and learn how the tangle was Bottled, I will v"flto again. Francis E. Nlphcr, In St. fouls p.ia-wiaoiuo-Uilnfr Wnlilrd AViiura noilarril. There wrua oiico a dairyman who MILK CHECKS. Mlua, Lro4 Dalrr, uf Home Uurr People Wha iUd FINK SPEEOrl. One Made by The John Feland Jr. at the State Convention. Mad- - a Tit in the Best Speech of the Con- vontion. "Geii'Jenian, of the Republican Convention of Kentucky, nnd ladles: "1 can nPMiie you that your flittering call is ns much appreciated by'nie nnd that I rejoice in it as much as I did that bleak nijht in Nomenibcr of last year, when, after nn arduous and wearisome campaign, I returned to my humble home, nnd gothcicd the companion of my life and my children, with which God had blessed me, around inu, anil there told them that again the integrity loving, law abiding and industry earning party of this country had again become voice. triumphant nt the polls. Wherc-diyou get that soda water d suit?) r suit during "I got that aDemocraticndminislratlon. ('.aught-ei- ) lic I want to say to you my ms, that this is indeed nn auspicious moment for the Republican patty of Kentucky. It matters not what our friends theahsorptionists ol Populism may have told us last year about n bushel of wheat or the price ol silver, the fact now confronts ns that in this country wheat is worth seventy-eigcents, wool twenty five cents, and even green hide3 eight cents. And it is not necessary my friends, to argue with them about the matter. The fret confronts you, ana stares us nil in the f.ie; and you can answer them ns did one of my clients, vho called to consuU me in rejrnrd to the exemption law, nud who finally said to me: "Mr. Poland, has the Sheriff got a right to tike a man's work beast?" " 'I saj s: 'Are you a man of f un ilj?' He said: Yes, I have a wife and seven children.' Then, said I to the man, 'the law ol Kentucky does not allow the Sheriff to do that. 'Well,' said the man, 'by gum, he has soda-watefellow-Repubht rr1tl er. rtel done it.' be-ll- I t. com-ntunit- v TA 5TELE5E the greatest party that God ever let the sun shine on. And il they taunt yqu wlththat, tell them, as did the Union soldiers on a Southern battle field shot even unto death, and mortally wounded, when a gennous foe siid to him, wherfhe recognized his condition: Yonder are your men on ig thnt part of the lnttlc field The soldier, gasping, nnswers him: I care not where the men ate, tell me where mj fljg is. (Great applause.) "Now, my .friends, I feel that I have loo much trespassed upon your time. (Cries of 'go on; stay nil night; we will sit up with you!) Let me siy this much to you. Act with that spirit of conciliation in you dellbcra tions here this evening. Be careful of one nnothcrs feelings; render to every man his just deserts, and be not grumbling nud' complaining. Why somebody says, I have got nothing. Well if you haven't? You arc not the only pebble on the beach that line (Great laughter) Let me tell you something you who ore dissatisfied and murmuring; I mn one of that distinguished class about whom are complaining. I havn't gotton a thing. But let me tell you, there is a better day for nil in this country. Civil service, such as was administered by Grover Cleveland may not last always. (Applause.) Uitiing the last campaign, when I might say the honor of Kentucky was absolutely at stake. I did all in my power to secure the triumphs ol the principles wc love so well. I made ninety-sevespeeches in that campaign, I f.ppeal.to the bettir sense t of all the people with whom I could come in contact. I asked them tor the praeecvation of law as agaJait mob rnlcs nnd raiders. I asked them to stand bytheintegrityof the country nud say that every dollar in this land should be able to say, 'I know that my Redeemer llveth.' As I said, I made ninety .seven such aps peals as that. I traveled the fast uesses of your mountains, atid through the quag- mires of your valleys; I went in season and out of season, by day and by night, occassionally through the generosity of my friend Sam Roberts, tiding on the railroad train, but most of the time on n road wjgon, and a rough road at that. I went, with nothing to accompany me save the bats and owls that hooted around nie;but( went conscious of the justness of my cause and the eternal right of ray party. "I knew not what the results would be, but I did have confidence in the good sense of the people, not only of our sister States, but of our own beloved State of Kentucky. I have played my humble part, and I have got nothing. Somebody asked me today what show I had under the present National Administration, or under the present administration of Kentucky; and I told them that I had the samechnnce that a jackrabblt had in Texas Bnt I don't propose to grumble or complain. I don't propose to offer nny resolutions condemning anybody one way or anoth er; but I want to go along a humble follower of Lincoln, Grant and Garfield, out of the fact that I am a member of the Republican party. And so, my lticmls, act this way in your deliberations. Charge your candidate lor this Office whoever he may be, that he must do all that he can to plant our standard on the hilltop v!cn tory. Charge him in that way and encourage him with your voices. Invite him to your community, and then go home nnd do all you can to bting about his triumph; and if at any time you should become discouraged and think hard, let your mind ruu back yonder to Christian county, and to the home of John Feland Jr , and think ol the mnn there who, like you, had nothing, but who thanks God that he belongs to the greatest party thatetyery lived in this world since the morning stars first apsang together." (Tremendous plause ) ely-itt n toll-gat- e - Haw Use for F.loct'icity. Thvuo died June ItTNSMJWYiSiBATH m Bright Boys ot Owon ton, Kv , Discover It. Diirest dirllng thou lust left uic, The Inis I deeply Ice, gTPftlCEr25frt It lasts twice as long; as others. A trial will convince you of Ita great merit. Will pleasa the moat fastidious. Millions Savodto tho BoyB" and Pailroad Com- panlos Annually. Where the anguish Is lost in dnthlc-.'- 'tis God that's called thee, Hi can our sorrow heal. We shall met t again dirling In a brighter clime thin this, But ih-i- r CHARLES F.MILLER, Mir. of s (.1 thi-- t I) world lis. " FRENCH MILt-Hl-) TOILET SOAPS AND PERFUMERY, LIVERY MEN ARE KICKING. In this ngc ol clecrical discovery and Invention the world shows no sign of astonishment upon hearing ol something new or wonderful having been invented in electrical appliances. We, however desire to call the attention of the world to one of the lastest and .probably the most wonderful of all wonderful "Invent tions" in this (lyin) line, stands to the credit of three "bright boys" of Owcnton, Ky , who discovered it only n week ago, after having been worried over by n very large majority of the men and boys of the world year after year and. century alter century since the beginning of time. To give some idea as to the practical value and use of the invention wc will say it is one which will (?) explain to livery men and other persons who have buggies and other vehicles for hire just exactly how the same got smashed up and torn to pieces, in the event that reckless "young bloods" or others get on a "whiz" while at the pic uic, country dance or elsewhere, and bring said vehicle home in a smashed up and dilapidated condition. It can also be used by railroad companies to explain the cauje ot all wrecks and will save them millions of dollars annually in the way of defending law suits and pay- ing verdicts for damages. The boys have a fortune in store for themselves by .selling State lights to railroad companies alone, to (say nothing of other transportation companies. By its use the business of accident and lightning insurance companies will be ciently increased and it will be hailed with delight by them as well as by the young bloods who have heretofore had to pay for wreckage of vehicles while in their hire, as it will save to them many thousands of dollars annually, but livery men are kicking on it and propose to boycot it if It comes into general use. We neglected to say above that this strange invention always truthfully (?) tells the same tale about every smash up, wreck or runaway scrape, viz: struck by lightning and therefore can be confidently " ups on. As no name has yet been sugn gested for this "freak of freaks" or "wondeiful of wonderful discoveries" we'll suggest that it be labeled the "Stiuek by Lightning Racket." of this "invention," In the wonders of which it does not seem to uppreciate, nnd for the discoveiy of which it does not speak one word of ptaisc of the Owenton boys or at tempt to publish them to the world as wonderful Artists in their (lyi"') line, the Owenton News simply sas: "Will Kiefe, Lee Stewart and Will Furnish were driving along the Clay Lick turnpike Sunday, all in one buggy, and when near Ily Dan.na-it'lightning struck the buggy and turn-e- l it over in n flash, literally tearing to pieces one ol the wheels, f plintet-in- g the spokes intoshreds.butMtrange to sny, except stunning the horse and occupants of the buggy, they were not injured " you may work the "Struck by Lightning Racket" on "Sweet Own." ns "Jeeras Giles" would say, but yon wouldn't stand "no show" down here in the pennyriie district by such a plea. "We're on to you." camp-meetin"re-liedsfe-ukius Uc-y- Darling thou nit now nt home, Among angels lair above, Yet below thy little family must roam Till summoned by His love. He's cios'scd the troub'ed river, That lies between us and heave. 1, To him a robe ol whiteness And a fiotden crown is given. A llrlit from my llttlo home Is gone, A voice I loved is (.till, A place ii vacant in mv heart Lancaster, Perm. ESTA13t,ISIIlCI3, lftJ9. imviipii uftu. PROFESSIONAL OARD. piEY Tames Snaltli, ? AW That cm never be filled. But is he dead? no, no, he lives, His happy spi.it flies to home above And there remains The long expected prizj. IIAItTFOItl), KY. Wilt practice his profession in Ohio anil adjoining counties, and court of Appeals. Special attention given tOHlco cast side, of putlfi collections. square. - Oh, thou who dryest the mourner's eye, How dark this world would be, Did I not know my darling dear. Was called home to thee Narrows, Ky. Wifit. M. L. HlJAVRIN. SHKtDY TAYtOR. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. VVesterfield, Ynjyr Hoy Uoul l.ltc iimnillll. So Mr. Oilman Brown, ol 34 Mill St., South Gaeduer, Mass , was told Beaver Dam, Ky. His son had Lung by the doctors R. R. WEDDING tioublc, following typhoid malaria, and he spent three hundred and seventy-five dollars with doctors who Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all finally gave him up, saying: "Your buy won't live a month." He tried tho courts of Ohio and adjoining Dr. King's New Discovery nnd a lew counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hold. Attorney at Law Perry Attorney at Law, bottled restored him to health and I I enabled hipi to go to work n peifectly well man. He says he owes his present good healtk to tbe use of Dr. King's New Discovery, and knows it to be the best in the world for lurg trouble. Free trial bottle at J. II. Williams drug store. Regular size 50c and $f. 00. Til fui 11 Bill tlgaitort (f ! OASTORIA. ZUcJ&M Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Cnroiul attention will ho to n business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Rank. Also Notary Public. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY, ii n - "!? Annual Reunion Kentucky SolWill practice his profession in tho diers Hodgensville, , Sept. it and 12, tickets on sale 10, n arid 12 at one Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn Special attention given to col fare $2.35 for the round trip, good till ties. lections. Office in Courthoueo. Sept. 13 to return, Picnic and barbecue at Millwood, JNO. B. WILSON, Aug. 28, tickets on sale Aug. 28th, good till Aug. 29 to return at $1 20. HARTFORD, ICY; II, Mrrkick, Agt. given SPECIAL attention abstracts,to col making &c, also Notary Public for Ohio County. Office North side of public square. I?. Attorney at ,&w, HARTFORD, KY. DE3. 2XTES-A.31- ,, (Cowity Attorney) . Attorney at Law R. E. The HMtadv pre-scri- bs Mothers! m mi Send your address to II, Tree l'llla. chlld-blrtlica- u len & Co., Chicago, and get n free sample box of Dr King's New Life Pills A trial will convince you of !. Bck ' i a9 loum, r. smith, I aaj Shorthuid.TjpWrith j, anil Telepiphj, Specialties. "Tin Ktntuckr Unlierilty Dlplonia, aw.rJea srailaatei I.IHnrrOvur.. free,uml.r ual, Udell..!. NuviMnallon. Knttrnow (IraaualeaiuccMiful la orUtr lo kan vour liUtrt tltick at, aiJr.it oil). WILBUR R.SMITH, LEXINQTON.KV Uoar4 Ui family, akoul I JO. or a darling baby. No woman should neglect to try it for thla trouble. It cures nine cases out of ten. All druggists sell Wine of Cardul. $l.ou per bottle. loenst Mde and at aosit; ol t r fe liner ol ill will toward jour patty, Republican fellow-membe- r- mm. jsjSW 3Tfirr3Sr5'i'5rj!ii(i uairiu For ajtk la cimi reijulrlnr ipeclal directions, aJJroii. flrlnj aymptomi, tha ''Xailea' AdvlKry Dapatlmaat," The ChitUnoofa Mcilclne Co., Chitu-soo- n. Taaa, i iAmiXtiT "ftiiiliT rjtaaw. A 3D finiiurl raii.'J M 1 1. w HI 1 1 1 1 1 m iT( Ji ssstseis .a!N nn i5MJ Hi'lAy so.1 f iBia iji J toinnBH .immnrorc iiUiTii.xri sminic uiwy; Mn. 100IU HAU. of Jeffinon,C.,nyi: "When I tint took Wine or Cardul we hait bttn mtrrled three years, but eould not have any children. Mine months later I had a tine girl baby," and to give t feiynnn that fights under the sam lUg that you do his just deserts, whether hebeoflowor high degree. Remember that his service is faithful, nnd give him due credit for ull he may have done. Our friends, theeneiuy, may taunt you by calling on a llnoleyite or a Hunter-Ite- . The very suggestion, my friends is absolu'ely nbsiired and ridiculous We belong to We belong to no in in tueir merits. These pills ate leasy in action and arc particularly effective in the cure of Constipation and Sick Headache. Por Malaria and Liver troubles they have been proved ins They are guaranteed to be valuable. perfectly free Irom every deleterious substance nud to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to stomach and bowels greatly invigorate the system Sold by tion " Regular size 25c per box Well wheat advanced last SeptemJ 11. WillUms, diuggist themselves ber md in order to dtk-m-l Garland D. Black, the free silver the; S'tul llut Mark Haunt with $10, candidate for the legislature from owui) ol coiiuption lurid had cornerOhio county, was in the city Sunday. ed the whcit 111 tiket. Iist vear they Mr. Black lias dlscovcrrd a gold mine wn'i d ntvt r let ua say that the laws in Ohio county and had Ills pockets ol 'ipplyt and dimniid had nil) thing full ol the rich ore, He was a former to iIj with it. It is too late now, citizen of tills city. He will probably bre.hreti, It niuxt be a genuine Mcs which the Manner withdraw from the race for silver In Kiniei order that he may devote more ol his Ins always said would begin with the Haws-vlll- e fanner. The sllveritet are doomed time to his gold Interests. and they realize the f ict nnd like a Plaindealer. tin A'ttlug man thty catch nt struvvs -Til fM- J lia Mun't Tobacco S!t sad Saiole Tour t ire Awijr, my iifir. To quit tobacco caMly and forever bo war Nllier mill Wheat. The Democrats now say that the Republican administration has noth ing to do with the high prices being paid for wheat. They say that wheat the world's is silling high bectu-ssupply of that article Is r.bott. We wanted to say last year that the reas son win at had been selling so low for the last few years was because the worlds supply ot that commodity had b 'ei. so great ' and that the reason it rose in the fall just before the election war because the erop in Aigent na ano" India was short. They said vvlitut had been selling low because silver had been "demonetized and thnt wheat always went down when sllv-- r the "money of the common pe ;i!e ' went down and that wheat woul ' i"wr sell high again until sils ver t"S restored to its former position the "money ! the Constitu OABTOnid.. OuariuVocit tobacco habit cure niul.es weak miOHlrouK, blood uure. frUc.ll. AUUrunLU. for Fifty Cents. nutlc. full of Ufo ner u end tlsor, tako i j wonder uorUr, that inakot nrnk ruca sti.iiQ AU ilruk'uUU, tooorfl. Cururuarun-tccj- . llooklct aud sauiiao frta A' iircaa Vxuhig HmuoJy Co, Ulilcaiw cr New Vol It The disastrous effects of potash and mercury, whioh the doctors always for Contagious Blood Poison, sboald convince anyone that these are JTb. not the proper remedies for this horrible dlscsse. Instcsd of forcing the poison from the system, and getting rid of It HlIRTl'ORD, Ky., forever, potash and mercury only bottle It up, and by driving In the outward Will practice his profession in Ohio appearance of the disease, induce the anil adjoining counties. SpeciaJ atpatient to think he is being cured. But tention given to all businesi entrusted long, when he sees his mistake before Olfico in Repuislican hl9 Joints become stiff and his bones lo Lis care. building. ache often bis hair will fall out by th handful and if he follows the doctor's advice and continues to .take his mediARMISTEAD JONES, cine, his finger nails will drop off. There is a cure for this destructive disease, though no doctor has ever yet cured it. Of course they may pronounce HARTFORD, KY.. a patient cured, but the disease baa never failed to return, with increased Will practico in all the Courts of Ohio severltv. S.S.S. fSwlft's Specific) is a ami adjoining counties. Special atpermanent cure, and is the only remedy , tention given to collections. Office 11 is tree from carmiui ingredients. with County Attorney. the only blood remedy which is guaran teed purely vegeiaoie, and TVhliVey Habits and for twenty years cured at home vita-oits proprietors have tain. Hook of paroffered one thousand ticular ent FltER. dollars reward for Till. WOOI LEY, M.D. )ffi(Ol01N.iTjor8t. proof that it contains a particle of potash, v, it. it. iii.ai:k iimk taiii.i: i. mercury or othertnin-era- l n ky. ingredient, a tiOINO IIAST. Mr.W. R.Newman, young Ixcnl Freight No. 292 a 6 00 a. m. a man reflllll nir At Mail No. 222 a 1 02 p. 111. W. R. MKWMAH. SUtmtoa( Va tried Fast Mail No. 202 a 7 35 p. m. bnt found no various other GOING WEST. writes: relief uutfl ke took S.S.S. He No. 201 a 7 17 a. m. "1 was aflicteel with bloe poison Fast Uail and the best doctors did me no Mail No 221 a is 25 p m. treatment Lccal Freight No. 291 a 3 25 p. m. ?ood, though I took their In fact I seemed to get II. Mrkiuck. Agt, took almost every worse all the while. I blood remedy, but they did not seem to reach the disease and had no effect whatever. I was disheartened for it seemed that I would never be Courier-Journ- al cured. At the advice of a friend I then took S.S.S. and began to improve. I continued the medicine and it cured me completely, building up my health and Increasing my appetite. Although this was ten years ago, I have never yet had a sign of the disease to return." Mr. B. L. Hlte, Henderson route Louisville. Hetu'er- also of Staunton, had son ar.d St Louis Railway Company the same dlieaie, and Time Catd tflecllve May 30, 1897. his experience was KAST BOUND similar to the above. No 42 44 40 He says: 7:56am 8:55pm Lv St Lou's "S. S. S. is certainly far ahead of Rvnuhvillc 6:503111 2!2npm 2:45am "HaVJPUV. all other blood rem Hendeiron 7:15am 2:46pm 3:10am edies, for it enrol Spottsville 7.3Satu 3:07pm 2:26iu eases they cannot Oweiisboro8:i8am 3M4Ri 4:oocim tonch. I waa treated 8. I. UlTK. Hawesville 9:17am 44.pm 4 sorni bv aeveral good doc Cloverpott 503pm 5:10am tors and took varioua blood remedies, Irvlngton 10.4511111 6.03pm 5:571111 but they did me no good, I then took 8. S. S. and was cured completely and ArLouisville 12 35pm 7 4Sp 7:3l''' permanently, for I have never been WKST HOUND troubled with the disease aluoe. I kavet No 41 45 43 recommended S. S. S. to others simi- Lv Louisville 3011111 4:50pm 8 23pm 7 larly afflicted, and have never known it Brnnderbuig 8.511.111 6 09pm 9:300111 to fall." 6:43pm 9:521m Itvlngton S. S. S. is the right remedy for ContaStephe-npor- t gious Blood Poison, because it goes di9:51am 7:20pm imamm rect to tho seat of the disease and forces Cloverporl io;iiam 7:39pm 10:26pm it from the system. It will cure any Hawesville 10:35.11118:0411111 io:j8pm caie of Cancer, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Owcnsboio 1 1:35am 905pm 11:481ml Bciema, Catarrh or other blood dlseasa Spottsville 12:17pm of the most obstinate nature. RememHenilerson 12:40 10:10pm ber it is guaranteed Hvansville 1:15pm 10:40pm 2 45pm 7.20pm Ar St Louis 7:32pm All trains tun through bolid to and Is tho only blood remedy containing F.vnnsvil'e. Through Pallor Cnia no mercury, potash or other mineral. and Piilliimn Sleepers on all trains Valuable books on the disease and ita St Louis, RvsnsvllU? aid treatment will be mailed free to all who between No. 41 and 42 connects address the Swift Specific Company, Louisville nt Irvlngton for FordsvlUe and Har- Atlaiaa, Georgia, - Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho Courts of Ohio anti adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Hlrcet. Attorney at aw LEESIMMERHAN, Attorney at Lawj vickerh, Attorney at aw frtr OPiUM ut well-know- n treat-ment- s, The Republican and the for one year for 81.50. r vT1 !:JlM Purely Vegetable dlnif uri- dull) evept Sunday. disposed of my Interest iu Tin: Riu'Uhmcan to Mr. James A. FKIDAY, SIU'T. 3, 1897. Anderson, who will still conduct tho business nt tho eamo stand. Ho will Of floo on Fox Stroot. hnvo full chnrgo of tho paper, and tho UmiiiI liter) I'rlilii) nl lliirlloril, H). subscription list. Ho has been con..Editor. nected with tho paper for about thrco J A3. A. ANDERSON years and thoroughly understands tho Subscription, $1.25 por yoar busincM. Yours truly, at Hartford Entered nt the post-offiSam A. Andeiison. ns second class mail matter. Fiike silver and freo trado having lost their chnnn with tho pcoplo of United Stales, tho Dcniocrntio leaders who rccognizo that thoy will soon bo out of n job unless they find soino new rallying cry aro now look ing for other issues. This is indicated by recent developments which show that tho men who have kept themselves 111 tho public eyo and public REPUL1CAN TICKET. ollico through tho operations ot tho Democratic party in tho past few Eloctlon Nov. 2, 1897. years nro quietly discussing tho single tax, tho initiative nnd refcrendem State Senator. Dr. T. G. Turner, and features of this sort in the hope lteproecntativc, R. 0. Jarnngin. that they may be nblo to present new County J.udge, A. Park. and nttractivo schemes with which to (Jlerk, M. S. Knglnnd. County Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, catch, tho unthinking voter in the County Attorney, M. L. Heavrin. next national election. Sheriff, S. T. Stevens. School Superintendent, Fon Rogers. 'NorwiTHSTAKDiso all drawbacks Jailer, Thos. H. lilnck. it certainly seems most likely that Assessor, G. D. Royal. confidenco will now revive in this Coroner, L. W. Hunt. country nnd place us on a higher Surveyor, N. Moxloy. level than tho other countries of tho MAOISTUATK. Christopher Allen. world" says Speaker Reed in an arHartford Dist ticle on the Dingley bill. "Our Cromwell Dist Jnnt B. Wilson. accomplished Fordsvillo Dist Jacob Chaucclor. mnnfacturers have Rosine Dist L. B. Loney. wonders in tho way of economical production. It has beeu at a heavy RcruoucAKS should organize for cost, however, aud has been forced tho campaign. by a great loss of profits, Rut if tho world begins to work together again Tub county campaign will open with hopo aud so mo fiuition, at H alSeptember 13, and the speaking ways has after such periods as the tour will last until tho lGth of Octoono wc are now in, wo mny not only ber. again astonish tho earth by our vast The mob who huug a man in one production, but also give n greater of the Southern States on general measure of prosperity and leisure to all who toil. We have learned at principles, would probably lose several of its own members ou tlib same least one lesson worth all tho suflering and that is that the great problem is grounds if subjected to such a test. not prices, but tho employment of nU Ir the Democrats of Ohio county our people. There is but ono stand" think so much of tho Populists why ard of real prosperity and that is the didu't they endorse Jo. A. Parker for whole nation at work. Clerk of the Court of Appeals? They FUSION AND FUSION. want to kill the Populi3t Party and As tho timo for tho November elcco they ignoro the Populists. Hon approaches nil sorts of fusions aro Tiieke is a marked difference in the being made in tho various counties reception of National Democratic oh of the State Two of the latest are ators this year, and that accorded from Daviess and Hardin counties. them last year. Reports have it that In Daviess county there is a fusiou dipt. Hindman is given a respectful between Republicans, National Demhealing in the stronghold of free sil- ocrats and Populists. In Hardin have ce Hartford Republican. I C.J. COMES AGAIN. nnnly farmer A. T. Brown, ; Ja. ver. The assertions of tho free silver orators of last year that prosperity ciuldnot come to tho people of the United States without the freo and unlimited coinago of silver does not read very well in parallel columns just announce now with the double-leade- d meuls of prosperity which the frankest end bravest of those journals are n w publishing. With Mexican doll.irs worth only 40 cents, tho laboring people of that country, whose wages aro nominally onha!f tho wages iu tho United States, aro in hard lines. The iccent fall in silver and depreciation of the Mexicnu dollar has caused great to tho class of people who but poorly paid when the dollar was suf-fcti- iig much nioro valuable than nt present. This depreciation causes a rise in the prices of all commodities that the laborer must buy, but tho laborer's wages themselves are tho last things so effected. Jo. A. Parkeii, the Populist noniN neo for Clerk of tho Court ol Appeals, w.iuted tho free silver Democrats to endorse him. Did they do it? No. They wanted to kill tbo Populist Pan ty. Mr. Parker says: "That the politicians are standing between the people and refotm was nlso demonstrated when they willingly divided the silver vote by notuinat-mi- l Mr. Shnckelfotd for Clerk of the Court of Appeals. There was already a silver candidate in the field who.'e loyalty to the cause of silver could nU be questioned. I had been nominated nearly two months befoie by the People's patty. I had not beeu a candidate for the nomination, but my party unanimously called roe, over my earnest protest, and pressed That convention nie into service. thought that my candidacy would c rtainly be cndorFtd by the silver I) inccracy." The most ihtuiging evidence against the hjpoctisy of the Courier-Journ- al 01 the money questicn is luinishtd in the complete editoihls now being t iken from old files of that paper by the Louisyille Dispatch, words from Ui own mouth condemn its present course in as strong terms ns could b j employed by any capable antagonist LtLmtord Herald, Sept t, 1897. Tbo most damaging evidence ugiiinrit the hypoorii-- oftho Hartford lltra'd in supporting Populists for office is t iken from tho files of that paper. Words from its own mouth condemn its proscnt oountc. In its iesuo ot Spt. 23, 180!1 it says: Ueu Uirkhead ami Tom I'cttit. who tii a jears ago wire upholding nil the ,1 iiurditluH of the Populist platform, are now running over iu DtvioM Hal I county ns "IudepeuJmts." o!- - ol l),iiofis count Ami are the Mn very btupld ns not to tee throug'i irau.v covering ul hypoenw which so scantily c ei's e telf ot th tt pnirof artlnl mug dodgers? Why not elect s ins honorable men tooflice, ritherthnn 11 sch-Mii- I lini combination, uiitli.ir hl-to- of in politics cont tum anything worthy of n man? Now, who has deviated from lie "I'ralght mill nnirow path " u 'll CUIUS HUM ill tibt (AILS. IJ ljUMtluuvhfe;riii. Tiuim 1.14. Ivl In lima, m.lj br druurf if. whoe Una ST "? l Commttee, nil stin 1 out ns shining tion, I'loiHirtion nnu irwcss unknown 10 others which lights of Republic inistn in Marlon, naturally mid. actually produces I.111ANON, Kv , Aug 30, 1897. and included among these ns n most HtUTon KniutnucAN: Meeting with important co. worker, should be Mr. friends fioni the western end of our N. A. tijr thomancliot honest, Spnuldlng, n colored man nnd dis.li let, nt the late Republican State voluntary teiUnionlnh which the leading educator ol his race in naturally and actually produce. Convention in Louisville, recalled to the county, n gentleman of splendid my mind much of hard labor among education nnd rare political icumen, your people during two catupalgtis.ns nn easy tn tho sUtcmcnts nt nnd eloquent speaker nnd a druggists nil o'er tho country. well ns much pleasant social Inter man of great power and influence In tlicso three Klnts Hood's course, Impelling mc ngaln to renew Barsaparllla Is ioculUir to ItseK. nmong his people my acquaintance with your readers.lt Referring again to the temporary was n real pleasure to meet with I.oge absence ot Col. Maxwill HotVnnl, Pate, of Breckinridge county, if he and Mr d'.V- J. M Fiiulkher from the Whose price goes up whil.i f irmers Oct. did come near breaking my neck scene of Hartford, Moul.iy. their labors, which have say, driving down Hen McCoy's hill the been Cfiiit iwn nt night. soeflectlvc in this county, I "Lo, things nt last h ive came our last 'time I saw him; nnd the classic cannot close 5. Wi m i'oirt church, Tuesday IsUiebest It Is tho Ono Tniei Hlood Purlner. way, this letter without payfeatures of Rube Miller nie always a ing n more 6 Equality clitt'ch, Wcd'Eilay. nre tlm only pills to UVo ex'en led trl'nite to their Three cheers fortis hooiny, hoimiy?" llOOU 5 FillS uithlliMHl'sSariniHuUla. delight to his friend.', while the presWheat's pi ice-- Not 6. Cttalvo nt night worth. Col. Howirl, the btlllinnt silver's ence of fesse Eskrldgc nnd John P. 7. ltuclf,iort, Thursday. young leader of Republicanism iu .Mure liiihl. Haswcll, Jr. add brightness to sua-shi7 Ec'io's nt night. Whose price, in spkeof Biynn'a frown Mirion county, whose service conWithin seven miles ol the Summit and Allen Kincheloe nnd R M tributed more Goes down nud down nud doivn and 8. Hnpovell church. Friday. than any other cause gold mine another lich vein of gold down, Jolly, the latter sole Dictator of 9 Tnylortown rchool house, to holding in check the tremendous And down nnd down nud d n nud has been stiuck, nnd although the areas goo 1 ns the best of silver craze, which reached its height Saturday. down? matter has bviu kept rectct the mine them. Now, unlike the man who ' In this county in 9. Green Brier school house nt Silver's prices the campaign of M.A..1.1 Hint. X?A..1ot .ltl. TTnmtnt has been worked to n considerable ex. night. Not wheat's Chairman of our County ' '896' Is tent, snjs the F.li.ibethtown News. out I will not mention Breckenrldge 12. Prentls, Tuesday. In person he is the per Thousands suffer from Cat.urliKir Joe Dodson, n pinctlcnl miner ot lif- county and leave out Speaker Blan- - Committee. LV Ctonnvell, Wednesday. fection of physical man hood, with cold in head nud have never triid the teen yrnr.s exjerlcnci', nnd coming ford, the member of the Committee Select, Thursday. an educated mind, cultivated nnd en- popular remedy. There is no longer recommended by 'Mmnn Schllito, of on Resolutions from the Fourth Dis14 Bjletown nt night larged by extensive travel, at home, any excuse, ns a 10 cent trial size of Clnclnnsli, has i.nr.iinid this mine trict, of whom we are nil proud, nnd IS Rosine, Friday. the British Isles, ContinentEly's Cream Bilm can be had of your and fpent time dajs in close investiall delight in his pleasantcouipanion-ship- . through IS Mount Plcasni-- t nt night. al Europe nnd the ino-i- t interesting druggist or we mail it for 10 cents. gation. He was surprised nt the Brcckcmidge cjunty, the Fourh 16. Horse Branch Saturday. Asia. He is a ready nnd Full size 50 cents. will yield District and the State of Kentucky sections of Witnrsi our signatures. This Aug. richncM! and says th it it pleasing speaker, having n voice ELY BROS., 56 Wnrrcn St . N Y. Blan-for- d. not less thnn $75 iu pure gold to the are all jnstly proud of Speaker 30, 1897. Jons P Monros, which for tone and volume leaves A friend advised me to try Ely's ton. The e.Ntent ol the gold vein, of Ch'ui. Republican Com. nothing to be desired. He is pos- Cream Balm nnd nfter using it six course, like nil mines, cannot be de Ohio county was also well repreRowan Houirook, termined until it Is workeel. but his sented in that convention and it was sessed of independent means, which weeks I believe myself cured of caCli'm. Democratic Com. judgement is that it will get richer. my pleasure to meet with many fa- for the good of the cause he uses with tarrh. It is a most valuable remedy. J. J nilACKW, Joseph Stewart, 614 Grand Avenue, tf Mr. Dodou is now examining the miliar faces from that magnificent no sparse hand. Cli'm. People's Party Com. Mr. J. M. Faulkner, who resides Brooklyn, N Y. Summit mine for Terry & Cundiff, county. The handsome Chairman lrnrll-- o I'l oiioin here, but now employed in the Buand will make a report Saturday. of the State Central Committee, Hon. We read of the heavy importations In bujiug medicine ns iu other mats reau of Agriculture nt Frankfort, has Mr. Terry is receiving n number of C. M. Barnett, leading the Ohio gold from the Klomlyke region ol It is economy to gel Hood's county delegation, was about the long been a leader in the Republican with pure unalloved siti'faction, be- Sarsaparilln because there is more letters daily from propsectors in the iu the county, nnd no victory Etst nnd other pn tits who are interbusiest man in ine convention nnu party '. rv nili'nHrniTA ,lino nnai ,Iwiam nn i. h a1 cause ive know that the gold will go medical value 111 !Iovi's Sarsnp.irllla A paity from " , ested m his discovery. ', """ e"'" the most sought after. This talent- - , , . into the pockets ol the Ameriran peo- than in any cither Every bottle of wrek nnd Kansas wnsat the mine-las... w. W...W I ..V. nnd not iuto those ot foreigners ...if...... JU..., Hood's Sarsapirilla co'. tins iihiiIoscs wanted to in which Mr. F.mlkuer ple purchise an option on it. county has a bright future before years and will average, taken according to did not play a conspicuous part. He When gold was discov red iu Califor was refused nnd he went back to him. e Tat id of iSjf directions, to lust n month, while oth- This ' is a born organizer, methodical and nia the consult with other parlies with the The genial John P. Morton and sure, nie members cl the party was i 11 force. Every jear showed a ers List but a fortnight. view of making a cash purchase. If "the old reliable," Sheriff Keown, who have their plncM in the ranks, laige balance of trade ngnin.st us and Hood's Pil's are the only pills to the gedd veins being develoinxl conwere among the pleasant faces we as well as others, nil havegre.it con- almost all of the gold taken from the Hco-l'Sarsnparilla. Easy tinue to turn out ns well as they nrc met as were our friends E D. Gufly, fidence in bim because he never de- California gold fields went across the tnkc iith and jet efficient. now eLiiug the whole country will be of the State Department, and our own ceived them. He is thr man who water to enrich our foreign rivals, snnnued with prospectors. A terriwho then had full possession of the Sam A.Anderson, of the Republican. khows how to prepare for that purSellout III Slmiloril. Mr. Hardin Craig, of this county, tory about ten mile rq tare Ironi the I missed the familiar face ol Cnpt.un During those pose aud how to overcomes obstacles American market has secured a splendid school at Stan- - Summit mine is tqunlly.is lich iu e B. Martin, ot Hart, but was pleasH. more than that may be iu the way. While Col. years ol tor, Ky. He had the unsolicited rec- - the ore. ed to run up on my old friend, Col. Howard was managing matters in 000,030 ol gold went out of the couu from that good this county last fait Mr. Faulkner try to pay the balance of tr d : agaiust omiucud.ili.n cf all the prolessors of William Craddock, I'alfirrh l'oliiui. county. It was a very great pleasure was at the work, for which he is so us. The Free Traders will tell us Center College and n particularly Catarrh is capable of changing all to meet with these spleudid workers peculiarly fitted, in many counties in that we got goods which we wanted strong leiltr trom Hon. J Proctor the sretetiuns of the body for Republicanism, as well as with the Fourth Distiict, leaving his office for that $400,000,000 or we would not Knott. Thwe litters naturally raised into scalding fluids, which destroy county there is a fusion between the many more from other sections of for that purpose. He is the Quay ot have paid it out. And that is true; .1 high expedition ou the part of the and infinite every part they come iu ot Stamord, nud Mr. Craig will our glorious old Fourth District Knowing but. this time, thanks to the passige peop'.e Republicans nnd . National Democontact with. Applications to tlm Marion county politics He is one ol As the prosperity we promised the so well the political and personal of Dingly law, we will, as Abraham not iltsnppjint them places afUcteel by catarrh can do little crats, into which the Populists will people, in the last campaign, has worth of these two men I throw these Lincoln put it, have the goeds and Diviess county's brightest yiung good sive to soothe or ej'iitc disagreenlo probably enter. keep the money too btcause we will men. Inquirer. come we leel tint the elecHence it is that able symptoms boqueU nt them that my neighbors The fusion in theso counties nnd in already tions this fall, save in the counties and friends in the west end may get goods made in Ameiica by Amergargles, sprays, ntomizers nnd inhnU nil other counties, except Ohio, is upBoils--, pimples and eruptions, scrofican workingnieu, and not goods and districts where the people are know them better. C J. nuts on'y serve ns temporary relief. on equal terms to all the parties conmade in Europe by European labor; ula, salt Ileum nnd nil other manifeshopelessly joined to their idols all these counties a lu tations of Impute blood are cured by Any nicdicire to effect a cute must lie cerned. In UlMtl.ltllOIIIt. silver idols will go safely and pertaken into the system. As I have not seen anything from llriwiri'Ot Olliliiic ills lor I'ntunli I ln I Hoad s S.usaparilla. sion device has been agreed upou haps largely Republican. So long as the in Hating secretions nullum .Mrrritr), some time, I thought this section for There can be no principle or princi'I IIP III IT. In Ohio county the Democracy the ofcntnrrh continue to be lormed so I would endeavor to let the readers of as mercury will surely involved in n fusion between two ples Our bent is again a ceilainty and long will tin- - membranes continue to the silver Democracy seems so have sense ot smell and comp'ete'y or more parties. It is merely a ques- swallowed up the Populist party. In the Rr.runr.iCAN know that we ore will soon h ue Mrect connection with be ii 111 mid, no matter the whole system wlun what treatstill alive. tion of office. The Evnnsville Courier ment is used. There is but one remsome of your neighboring counties, I it through the mucnti-- t rmf.ins. Ev.insville. Crops are suflering very much for of Ohio county believe, the silver Democrats and the The Populists Such nttices should never be nnd ex- says: edy that has this most desirable 1 ffect, of rain. thought they were entering into a Populists have fused nnd adopted a want Evansvillc will soon have n direct nnd that remedy Is Pe . cept on pcr&criptinns from reputable tobac-oThis Farmers have begun cutting fusion with the Bilver Democrats. fusion device, but in Ohio county the line of trade witti Hartford nnd way remedy strikes nt once to the root of Crops are not so good on account plijslcians, as the damage they will But have they done so? Not by nuy Populist hove simply had their of dry do ten fold to the good you can pos- points on the Rough river, in the in- the c.itatrlt by restoring to the capiK weather. terior ol Kentucky. After the dtedg-in- laiy vessels their healthy elasticity. sort of means. There is no fusion ears pinned back and the Democracy The health of this community is sibly derive from them. Hill's Ci nnd cleaning of Rough river's Poru-n- a There is a has swallowed them. To a man liv- very good,, there being but little if tarrh Cure, manufactured by F, J, ticket iu Ohio county. is not a temporary palliaCheney & co., Toledo, O , contains bottom, which the government begins tive, but a radical cure. Send for Dr. which there are free silver ing in a county where there are only ary sickness. Mrs ticket upon IS. K. Tinsiey Democrats aud Populisls, but it is not a dozen or so of Pops, but men for who has been sick for several days no mercury, nnd is taken internally, next week, Cnpthin Robert Hornbrook Ilaitmnu's latest book, sent free for a acting directly upon the blood and will put into the Hnrtf rd and Evans-vill- e short time. Address The Why? Because it whom we have the greatest respect, is up again. a fusion ticket. tr.u'e the Steamer Janie Rae. Drug Manufacturing Co., Columbus, will be placed under the rooster which it looks a little degrading to permit Miss Nettie Anderson is visiting mucous surf ice of tne sy,titu. In themselves to be swallowed up in her uncle, Mr. J. L Andersnn, of bu ing Hall's Catarrh Curo lis sure The boat will make two trips each Ohio. is tho well known device of tho Dems sort of way. Ohio county Reyou get the genuine. Ii li taken in- week. Owensboro. ocratic party. The moment it was that in Toledo, Ohio, publicans, however, have a magniffit- Miss Znnn Barnett, of Oucnsboro, ternally, and made decided there should bo no fusion To Turn CiMi.tlpittlnn Yorover, llBlll tin icent ticket, which offers more to the i3 visiting her uncle, Mr. Alex Bar- by F. J. Cheney it Co. Testimonials TnkoCi-vuietI'auiW Cathartic, loo orISc, irtry ltMIUI nnd that the whole ticket should trrt;;ii. Populist than does the Democratic free. Sold by Druggist, ptice 75c. It C V C f.ilt to euro, ilruKk'lui rftiirul money nett, nt this writing. go under tbo rooster,that moment the ticket, and one for which they can per bottle. A social party was given at the A vote and at least maintain their indi fusion agreement was broken. Hall's Family Pills arc the best. residence of Mr. A. C. EUis last Fri contract once broken is not binding viduality and dignity. W& r&i Dm 19 w day night. Ail present report a on either party. Ask your The Republicans of the east end pleasant time. The Populists having entered into a have on their fighting clothes too, Drusrgtat 3 Miss Bertha Riley and Mr. A B. for a generous 11 fusion agreement in this county exand are making a winning fight for a Riley left Saturday for South rent trial size, pected and were certainly eutitled to Circuit Judge and a Commonwealth i:ij' I'li'uin iiiiim where they will attend-schocontains no co fair pipy. They were entitled to the Attorney, in the Judicial District the next ten months. cam, mercury noi same consideration as the Democrats, co mpofed of the counties of Gteen, Sendio-dei- y Mr. nnd Mrs. J L Birnctt and any other inju and as tho Populist device was not Harlan, Taylor and Washington. family, who have been visiting Mrs rious drug. It is qulcklj adopted for tho county ticket, neither Mhjor W. J. I.isle, of Lebanon, is the Amanda Barnett, for the pist month, Uulbs for Fall l'lnuting out ot door. should the Democratic device the Republican nominee lor Judge. He will leive Frid'iy fir tlwir home in Absorbed. Giveh Relief at once. It Ilnlhs for Winter blooming in tho house. vm is a moht estimable gentleman, n Owensboro rooster havo been adopted. Therei opens and cleans C0LD,HEAD Plants for blooming dining the Winter. the Populists of this county have learned lawyer, a clsssical scholar Anderson, of Owensboro, fore Mr. Jack Plants for decorating been deceived nnd imposed upon. Tho and possessed ot large information. is visiting his uncle. Mr R A. Ander- estheNasal Passages. Allays Iiillani niatiou. Heals and Proticts Greensburg, son. Populists of Ohio county, however, Mr. J. W. Woodwaid, of Si eds for Full sowing out of door?. the Sense1! of Restores nominee lor Commonwealth Prof C II n!Ii".of South Cairolton, Tnsie nrd Smell. Full Size 51c; havo already let it bo known that is our Seeds for Winter sowing in' tho house. Attorney. He is a gifted young visited his parents, Mr and Mis. A. Trial Sizj 10c nt Druigis,ts or bj they will not endorse the schemo Send ti8 lOcto pay postngo and packago and wo will send jxu 15 " mail, and is eminently C. C Ellis, Thursday and Friday. man and Inhjer that has been foisted upon them by 7. for tl.ee fiice. The Kepub ELY BROS , 56 Warren St., N. Y Selected Uulbs, or Six packages of Selected Flouor Seeds, orfix That qunlificcl tricky politicians nnd bosses. Marion county t:el quite licansof As the result of the development of pickngea (all different) Seot Peas, or all three collections for 25c, wasns'y Irickof the Democrats to confident of carrying the county for No.To-Ila- c tor Fifty Ccnls. our public school system nud the Gunrm'.cecl tobacco habit cmo makm v.( ,U A put the ticket under the rooster. 0., She PA reene, J. Major Lisle, Lelitvirg that he will cheapening ot books, there has grown mcii utroiig, blood pure. Wo, (l. All Ui um-- l in- vote under it is a'so a vote for Shackrun ahead of the general ticket iu the up a 'nrge clnss ot men nnd women elford, and it is also a vote for Owen county. They are iu good shape and who seek broader education, or desiie and Rown. It is an endorsement of will make an active light though to extend their knowledge along Dotnocrntic they regret the temporary nbsence spscial lines Their duties in life, or If tho ticket under the rooster from the county ol two of their most lack of means, exclude them from the HAVE OPENED TIIEIK which is an imposshould bo elected important woikers aud cffvctlve or- universities Cosmopolitan The it would bo heralded all over ganizers, Col. Maxwell Howard, the Magazine has undertaken the task of sibility tho county as 11 Dcmocintio victory. very efficient Chairman of our Couiin bringing liberal education, iu its ty Committee, and Mr. J M Faulk-ne- r, bfoadet m nse, with the reach of those See? But while tho rooster, tho Demnow of the Agricultural Bureau who have the nspiratiou, but nre deocratic emblem will bo on tho ticket Frankfort, aud their superb leader-bhi- prived of tins opportunity. Dcctor in this county, so also will bo tho will be greatly missed, though Andrews late ol Brown University, plow nud hummer, tho emblem of both will be here In time to vote nud has undertaken the Preside rcy ol The tho Populist Party. some gool licks for the ticket-Ye- t Cosiunpfllit-in'.educational move It has alrendy becoino apparent put in h we ive others aud whose names ment? The work, thus begun, is not of Ohio county that the Populists have Ion); been associated prominent" intended to take the place of tegular will administer a stinging rebuke to work in the universi'y , ly with Republican but to supidy n gap the cans that has betrayed them. county. As n prince nmong them is in exlstirg educational facilities. Thoy will not vote uiuler tho plow ol our Those who are realty in search of ns to county oflices Cnptnin Andrew Oflutt, one nnd hamniui; nut prominent nnd enterprising knowledge will find dilution nnd will voto ns thoy plrmso. I icy who ti'j ' the distinction nid cii It c in do nothins for those who of having lunrclinl wi'h Sherninn to have not the desire to study. An inO.A.tS'JPOXt.X.l.. the Sea. Mjiir L M. Drye nnd tending student sends to The Cos Captain J P. Fldltr, loth gallant tiiopolitun, New York: his name, ocsoldier ir t r late war, who nunc cupation, previous courses of study, In our contest for the most popular than mice tiff ml d personal protcc studies desiied to be pursued, objects teacher In Ohio county, Miss I.nura tlon to R publican ipenkers and Re- nud purpoie for which cause Is deRender received ihe first prize ns the publican voters in the earlier dns signed, and the number of hours,' uust popular lady teacher, and Mr. of the patty 'Hhictory in this county daily or weekly study which can be XLjZl!!Lni James Deweese riceivtd llu pit. ns when pilitlo.il piejudlceand passion given No charges ol nuy kind will the most popular gentli-- in teacher riinhigli. nud to whom the patty is be made to students. M Annie Ciregnry rweivid the mere endebtiil peihips, lb into any An iilpnnt vehlclo nr.d good 110101 A lino now OMNIBUS will meet nllday trains at Beaver Dam. A freo felher orator had better keep and other men iu the county l..ily pi:- s 0 ul Luvc mCct 1 I'io ci'a I.he-- SlcbJei All order promptly allot ded to. guarantee n coitiMriaMrt rid . ns Personal mention is nlso Hue Mr us fur away from the raging stump M'. T, 1. Mtitnn jeeiiwd tlu Kcoril I corner Market and Union ti of, Hartford, it is possible, for him to get. A J, Glumly, the cultivated gentle gentle nnu pr z?. Pays His Pospoots to Frlonds In This End of Tho District. MnJ. W.J. Llslo's Raco John n Phillips, mil R C. iUinford, For Circuit Judgo In the worthy Secretary of our County Marlon County. nnd capitalist, dipt. D. II. Howard,- - A. J. Huddleston, A. H. Coppnge nnd many others, nnd among our lounger Republicans the names of W. T. Hawklns.Lce A.fVc. rcc.W.lJ.Houser, Niriilttiic. The folluvving is tho list of speak, has immortalized himself by i tigs arranged for the county candithe following little bit of poetry: makes poor Urynu wipe his eyes, dates mid its ngricd to by the chairWhnt And bent his breast nud frequent sigh, men nfthcillffeient committics: And tell his folks he'd like to die? Sept. 13, Sulphur SprlngH, Monday. Tis wheat, " 14 Olalon, Tuesday. Tis silver. IS Shrtvp, Wednesday. Whnt makes his party friends diclnrc ISTbdrmt nljjbt Tlnir cause N smashed beyond repair. If.. FonUvllle. Tliurday, What makes llicni to profn tIj sweor? '7 Attiirtwltu, Fii lay 'Tis wheat 17 D111.f1.Md ulniitlit 'Tis silver. 18 Mo. in, Silmd.y. rill What 111 .ken "the toiling mnr-e- i' 21 Dili u itiin, Tn sd.iy. I'o.ir William J. humble c ,11, 12 I'nf jil, Wednesday .Vim liicd to bunco them Ins Id ? 'Tis wheat, 2J Hiflin. Tlittrsihy 'Tij silver. H.!, Fnday 7 Ba'v r Dvin, Monday. Has he not preached from U today, 'I hat wheat aud silver, come wli it may 27 T(i'rir Mines at night. Like Sialiesc twins together stay? McMpiuv nt night, Tuculny. He linn, so Hamilton ntnight, Wihics- He has A writer lu the Rochester Post-Expre- ss 11 4-- X" Rays 01 ncvrrnt trial ami test lrnYO In renal il to lluuil's S;On:i'.itllU 1 st, Greatest Merit Sccurcil tijrn peculiar Combina 2d, Greatest Cures 3d, Greatest Sales Hood's Sarsaparilla ne tf te te. I ... 1 Eree-Trai'- s Free-Trad- life-givi- 1 . ent-:-in- g c. r g m -- de-vi- co OASTOIUA. s &m & CATARRH PLANTS ' C.it-sollt- on (Jalalogae for Asking. r y. :EK"RT FIELD & SQ2T p wr-rk- ! . ZIsr",?vr lt3T!!!K!2T"SIrljIE bJ r 1 . . .. . r. fe&2fi5&SOTiS--i- dL F Koyal r. I ttiWs the food purt, Mr. Guy Williams has typhoid fiv er. Call on BtilttiH'.t.ui Awarded Highest Honors World' Fair. wholesome and dtllclousv '"r a gd lnir 2PffL 1897 ,897 HEAR-WHA- T - PAIR & COMPANY 4&ye to say ihis weei?, Bill POWDER Absolutely Puro KSVU trim Little fwver. Ml Kmm Collins has the 11 M?iMt -- mm t r t' TO HE 1 JUL I WIS Carson & Co have new .(: calico. new supply of Put your horttc in Field's stable when hi town. Mr. . II. Williams was in Leitchfield last Sunday. Mr. C, M. Martin, In town Sunday. - CREAM Words that. The Greenville, was to Louis- .Mean Something. BAKING POWDfR MOST PERFECT MADE. Free pure Grape Creim of Tartar Powder. From Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. A Owensboro, OFFICERS: DR. C. II. TODD, rresi.lo.it. I'.T. W ATKINS, Treasurer. .1 0& ,&,?, 8 and 997, y. Mr. McDowel Fair went ville csterdny. SAml.0 biggest business ever done in this county to be done this year. Notice the following and never complain of the high prices of K30I IT. GUNTHKK, W. . VifelW CO.. MO YOUK. A nice llncof glughanisand calicoes at J. E. Fogle & Co's. Good pair Jeans pants lor 90c. at J. E. Fogle & Co. J. E. Fogle & Co. is the place to buy your School Shoes. Good nil wool jeans for 20c per yard nt J. E. Fogle & Co's. Miss Annie Allen has returned from Sulphur Springs. A few more Slippers left to close out at cost at J. E Fogle & Co. CAKTttlt, Sfurelury. New fans at Fair & Co.'s. See Carson & Co, for furniture, F01 ladles Belts see C ATAR1FFTALK. Ell X,arge Special Premiums won & Co. Call oil BuUington for a good shave. t Porklns Intorvlows tho Managing Editor of tho "Now YorkTImos." Have always been the main feature of tho Fair, nn.l liavo nlw.tys imurcd its succcjs. Tho finest stock in Kentucky, Indiana and Illinoia compete fur them. This Year's premiums aro up to tho strudaril ol former joar?. New kid gloves nt Carson & Co's. lOry 75c Gi-cocL- sr T.adics collars tunl cuffs nt Cnrson Co's. . . Calico (common) Gingham (good) joc bed ticking 25c Tabic linen ioc Wash goods 3JjC Sc 15c 18c All slippers go at cost at J . E. Fogle & Co's. Cottonade pants ft so silk umbrclln 15c Ladies vest a pair ladies heavy black hose a pni r ladies Ecamless gray hose ?i.oo 7ic 5c 7'i R.&G. Corset 15c 15c 85c worth $1 Ladies 5c ltandkcrchUfs . . . 50c Woven cotsels, sizes 20, 21 and 22 (or . . . Piicsmeyers slippers to close out . . 80c, $ and 1 i'A . 35c 1.50 Many of the nbove nt tide we candidly belive are tlie BEST BARGAINS we have ever offered our cusDon't wait until the supply is exhausted tomers. and conclude that we never had the goods at the prices gicn above. Many ol them could only be had in limited quantities and several we know cannot be replaced, but with the exception of the Indies vest nrd umbtella, we bind ourselves to supply all of the above for the next two weeks. i "Oh, dear, you don't say so!" "Yes, Lizzie, I do, nnd this extra 70 million dollars added to the Cleveland Tariff will pay off Cleveland's deficit, keep gold from going to Kus rope, set all our mills going, keep wnges up, bring back the old prosIt Is a PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTION.nnd nbsolute-l- y perity, nnd " haimless. We will pay $1,000 for the detection of "Oh, won't that be nice!" Ke-memb- er arsenic or any other poison in our now famous rem"And this 70 million extra will on. edy. ly cost our people about n dollar apiece." T7V- - jBl.. cfc "Why, that's only the price of a Evansville, Ind. pair ol gloves why, Rosa, did you ever!" broke in Lizzie. "Why, gra- itaSSSSr ciou.i me, what n fuss the men are nil making about it! Now, Mr. Perkins, Hartford &emplc of fashions. we girls want to know where the rest $1.00 Whoat! will buy only about 300 million of the money comes from to run the And RAW BONE nt reduced rates worth of foreign goods instead Government if not from the Tariff?" of (SvSGSJ? 700 million. Then we ought to should stimulate a heavy nverago this "Well, girls," I said, "it costs 460 sell Europe 300 million dollars' worth coming season. million dollars to mn our great Gov- of cotton, 200 million dollars' worth Everything points to a continuaernment every year. - Secretary Gage of iron, copper nnd silver, nnd 300 tion of good prices, lor n year or twe says so. This is the way it is raised: million dollars' worth of wheat, corn, nt least, and In all probability for a Miss Dora G'bson has returned to We get 170 millions out cf the inters IITMUINIO H pork and tobacco; This will make number ol years. Hutto, Texas, vhere she will resume nal revenue, 96 millions from the post- high wages at home, keep nil our Wheat can be raised very successNORMAL SCHOOL IN THE SOUTH her place as teachei in the City High LARGEST al service, 20 millions from miscell and ciajuccomsm. mills running, nnd give us n balnnce fully in this country as has been rci.5 School. aneous Treasury receipts, nnd Secre- of trade in gold of 500 million n year. demonstrntec1 by so many of onr best CAf AtOOUC tary Gage says we will get 1S2 million If we do this for ten years our conns farmers. From 15 to 30 bushels to There will be n wedding in Hartfotd 4vSf6s&t BtimiNO CllCtN, AX on the 22nd of this mouth, and there out of our Protective Tariff. That try will have billions of the world'8 the ncre have been harvested on our 5 will also be another one in a short will make 468 millions." & Co. money in fact, about half the money lands in this community this year. ci:Nri:itrov.i. COLLEGE while afterwards. "But our society editor says the in the whole world." HARTFORD This was 011 fields, not mere patches. V. M. Bishop, who has been con2. raising of the extrn 70 millions more fined to his room with fevors, is out Mr. P. C. Poyles living near 'Oh, won't that be nite, girls!" With RAW BONE, and we emphaby ihe Dingley Tariff will stop us whispered Lizzie to Rosa and Susie, size this, the crop can be doubled or was doing the cookitg for Oponocl Monday With Largo again. Wnutrtl. from selling our goods abroad. and then the sweet thing went out nearly so, and much of the plant food Prof, I. L. Brown is moving into a crowd of Monday when A No. one horse shoer and all Attondanco. Don't he say so, Susie?" town. He will teach the public he had his hand very badly burned. and frowned at tile silly old manag- will not be exhausted. around blacksmith, and "Bshaw, girls," I said, "that don't ing editor, nnd kissed nil the girls in The HORSE SHOE Brands nre school here. mechanic not afraid to In the recent teachers' examinaamount to much. We have never the office nnd I wish I'd been with tried no experiments. Monday morning the College bell We can hit- W. A. Rone & Co. areteating dowu J. W. Ford. recieved the work. sold over 250 million dollars' worth rang, summoning the children of their old house and will soon have tion Mr. J. E. Davidson nish five different grades of bone, all her. Eu Perkins. Davidson is one of An Ohio Comity Hoy, of manufactured goods a year to Eu Hartford to appear for what promises their new store in course of erection. best grade. Mr. direct from the munfacture. competent eduThere is no profession that hasad-vanc- rope." successful ten months school. moved Ohio county's most A KILLING. to be a Farmers should call on us soon, or Sam Shull and lamily have ith such rapid strides In late "And how many goo Is do we The trustees were successful in secur- to McIIenry, where he will engage in cators. send in order, nnd the make?" asked Lizzie. years as has dental surgery, We have nlsothe "SuperIor"Whent ing the very best teachers to be found diguing coal. Mrs. Cornelius died nt her home in by "Shoto" community is indeed happy that "We manufacture, according to Doo Walkor Shot Drill which is the newest drill out. in the Green River country, young Rogers is here with his Taylor Mines last Monday night. Emmerson nbilltlcs Census reports, n billion dollars' Rondor. n practitioner whose Come and examine it. nnd active they will throw all their well digger. He is digging a public She was the mother of Mr. Uvaus ,, ns great as Dr. Williams, of worth, nnd pay our workmen 9. billenergy into the work nnd we predict well for tho town. who formerly lived in nre HOCKER & CO- Cornelius, of our ions. We use over The subject Uniontown. Last Saturday night nbout mid9 billion dollats' that we will have one of the best B. N. Stroud & Co's. grist mill Hartford. Notice. sketch was born nt Hnrtford, Ohio worth of these goods ourselves. We night Dee Walker and "Shote" schools in Kentucky. burned Monday night. Loss about Warren Leach, ol Horse couuty, and was raised on a larm. On Wednesday Mr. September 15th, morning the fchool opened three hundred dollars. The fire want to give the cheap workfront ol Dr. Pendletons don't Monday Btanch, while on his way to church Being of an enterprisiug nnd nmbi-tlo- us 1897,1 will offer for sale at public men in Europe a chance tosend 9 bill house and engaged in a little quars with devotional exercises by Rev. J. originated in n burning pile of slack. Wednesday stepped in a rut, and auction nt my late residence In Rosine, disposition he made strenous ion dollars' worth of goods here just rel, which resulted in Render shootP. Hicks, and after Piofs. Crow and Mr. A. Rowe, representing the firm turning his ankle fell and stuch his efforts to obtain a liberal education to five us n chance to send be n Ohio county, Ky., my household and Morton had outlined the work to 250 mills ing Wnlker from which he died in of Rowc & Morton, and Mr. C. R. hand in n cooperhcad's mouth, which nnd ns the result of his energy he en- Ion dollars' worth to Europe, do we?" few minutes nfterwards. From the kitchen furniture for cash. At the done, some ol the patrons made Morehead, of the firm Morehead, nnd place I will offer nt bit him several times. tered Vanderbllt University nt Nash encour' Oh dear no! But what other reports gathered it seems that they same time bhoit talus, giving words of Jones & Co , have returned from private sale my house nnd lot on To Washington, D. C, Norfolk and ville, Tenn., nnd took a complete things do we have to sell?" pupils and tcschcrs. Inilsvllle, Cincinnati, and St Louis, were both under the influence of agement to the ensy payments. 2t will classical course. He then entered the "We produce nnnunlly 2 billions' whisky, nnd when Wnlker came up A large number of visitors were pres- where they h ave bten buying their Richmond and return. Tickets Mrs. J. W. Ltiwis. be on sale September I, 2, 3 nn't It Baltimore College of Dental Surgery worth of agricultural products nnd to where Render nnd some other boys whom were: Mrs. J. S. fall stock. ent, among J. A. R. rBTCTEBiiii in over 1897 at one fare for the round trip, nnd graduated from that eminent 587 million dollars' worth .of'miners were sittlnc. the trouble aro R Wedding, Mrs. Carrie Williams, stitntion. In March of the present als. Now, here is oer 3 billion dol- n young white man who happened Misses Laura good till 30 days from date of sale. Anderson, Mrs S. A. W. H. PALMER, Colic kills moie horses than all year became to Uniontown, where h along at that time One word brought WATfiRLOO, IOWA. nnd Ida Render, I'.ltn nud Stella I. O oTf. Sovtrign Grand Lodge, determined to locate. He now has lars, Lizzie." diseases comcontagious Oh, meicyonui! I'm sure our ci another until Render fired, strik-in- e Thomas, Josie Duke, Pearl Tiusley, other 11011 "Stvid From the Horrort r Ntrvoui Proi- of Springfield, Ills. September 20 to handsomely appointed parlors above bined. For a quick, sale and sure trillion" by Dr. Mile' Nirvln. Walker In the heart. Both are managing editor don't know that! ' Maiiuce Bennett, Lyda Morton, An25, 1897. Tickets on sale September Short's drug store on second street. ' Very likely. And this 3 bills well known colored boys. Walker Huiiutr, Bessie Nave remedy use International Colic Cure. nie l'wgle, M'uv and 18 at $9 24 lor round trip, His apartments nre equipped with nil 17 Walker, M Bean, For bale by. Pate Bros , Hurl ford. ion .lollnts to the 11 billion dollars' was buried Sunday nnd Kender's nn.l Messrs. R. good till September a8th to return. the latest nnd most modern appliances worth of manufactured good nnd we Mocker, A. J. I) M trinl wns held Monday nt A C Yeiser, Mrs. D A. Miller died nt her home of his profession and he is nble to do have over 12 billion dollars." whclh time he wns held to await the acBell, Arthur Buskill, Prof. R. Foster. ol work. Being fully in Beaver Dam last Thursday night nil classes "Gracious mel Whnt become of tion of the Grand Juiy without ball. Rev..J. P. Hicks. Dr. 15. W. Ford. aged about Co years. Mrs. Miller nbreast with nil model n methods lie the 12 billion dollars?' large number of pupils niatrlcu A UNION. was n pood, christian women and makes n speciality of doing difficult Well, I 11 tell you. Lizzie: We laud, mid the following Mudetits were Mrs. Elizabeth Williams Is sick. husband nud many friends work nnd is prepared to correct the sell only nbout 7 percent, of It, or leaves n Mr. Mnson Taylor, who ha bien in attendance Irom n distance: R R. growth of teeth and also to do the nbmit. 850 million dollars' worth to to mourn her loss. Riley. Owen Wallace, T. S. Greer. J. sick for sometime, is able to be out delicate jobs In bridge and Europe, nnd we use up 93 per cent or Bttilah Il.irm.tt, Jno. You naturally lose flesh In West Kentucky College nt South most W. White, again. crown work that n dentist is called ov-dollars' worth our11 billion Miss Sue Williams is linprovirg the summer and running down Catrollton, has been fortunate In se upon to do. During Dr. Williams' Stratton. selves. You get a little curing the services of Mrs Ida N. slowly. Is so easy. demon- residence in this city he has WORTHY AND Sr What we wnnt, Lizzie," I continBorn, to the wife of Harry Swain, weaker each day without hard- Pendleton ns Art teacher. Mrs. Pen strated himself to ben gentleman of WANTUD-TROgentlcmt.il or lailles to ued, "Is to stop buying mnnufactur- - on the 17th, n fine boy. dleton is n gllted ortlst and will add nnd his established ly noticing It. There is loss of Irrpnroachable character tiavel lor responsible, ed goods from Europe, and stop lowgreatly to the faculty of that school. Mr. A. C. Stevens and family have house In Kentucky. Monthly 65.00- appetite, headache, weakness many good cpialities ol head and heart er! ig our wages and stop making our Re...... rvr.ii.. a Position sU'.i.lv. moved to Beaver Dam. Mr, Jas. R. Rash, of Henderson, of the muscles, disturbed sleep, public not always irnueaw has. so endeared him to the C01T01I iloc sell .....Itessed laboring men lose billions of dollars Unclosed Quite a number from this place atfeunce. Mr. W. II. I'utnicr, ot consumption. weakness of memory, and these was in Hartford this week making that his success is practically guaran-tee- in wages so as to sell 250 million dolt.innine.1 ei.Ve.oi.. Tlu- - Dominion fry nt High View WfLtnrlno. Iowa, wcltiw: "I waa taUin tended the fish of nervous prepations for a competitive drill to 6 St are the beginning He is n member of the State lars' worth of goods, which we must Company, Wept. W Chiuign, with a mitsui itrleturo ot tlio broulilal prosprostration. Iron .and' tonics be held at the Hendersou Fair, Dental Association nnd takes pride sell to Europe and sell them enough j Saturday. at this place opened Mon- - tubti, wlilch developed IInto nenou up. I School could not sit o weiili Mr R B Rii'Vi-- , of Kcli'dH, showed and bitters may afford some Hartford Company will likely take in keeping nbreast with nil the latest lover than the goods to pay the , day with n good nttendnnce. Miss tration. I was days except when under tlio got uo sleep for ma Spanish 1UM1 nibt I'nd.iy that temporary relief, but what you part In the drill nnd it the boys do Improvements evolved by the nblest ft eight Influence ot opiates. Kor lour rrpntlis I nifc,l,lif. rvivlclson is our teacher. 18 3 It ii ii very ..,..,.! n.nnl.1 nud UHlYCd tliat I mlk'Ilt dl they w.U cirt'iinly carry oil the prize. exponents ol the dentat profession, was mwle in you want me to tell need Is a food for body, brain Now, girls, do gc,inol at Cooper began Monday una uo at riwt. vun mdMr Ruvve and piece l UHMii-Uniontown Telegram. physician said I had German Catholic Benevolent Socienerves. yen how our country can get rich?" I witn MIs3 Mntte Paxton ns teacher. Dr." 111 had n He ht,'!il consumption, (or I bad s it vnv pn-ty, Columbus, Ohlou, Sept. 17 to 24, .Vollen to Mool tlrowernHiid I'nruier. said Miles' Miss Mnttie Tnylor began teaching old u cough that gavo ma made in iRji. These -- Yes; do tell us!" Tickets on sale Sept. 15, 16 1S97 We nre now up with our cnrdlng. Kood at South Beaver Dam Monday. iNfervIne: no rest. Hut awhoa conoiderable money. coins ure worm nud 17. at $10,05 for the Round Trip; Parties having wool to card will do "Why, It's just as easy, girls, as Mr. Claud Stevens U attending J(tores. old physician railed, Oil with the modlcluo bad of Cod-livgood till Sept. 26 to return. well to come nt once. Will close our lining for frogs. All we've got to school at Beaver Dam. .HmIUV Mr Glendincn has leturned from advised mo to use Dr. furnishes just the September nth. 1897. do is to let necessities like tea nnd II. MltMUCK, Agt. to see Miles' Itoitotutlv machine on n.i.vbon.unl will be pleased Mr.flirch Hocker, of this place, is Clod that It has brightneeded for those nourishment Nervine and I thank Highest market price paid for wheat. coffee, which the poor use, nnd which is attending nt Beaver school niiM.ne wruilinir pictur.s, at Hartford , Christian Church National Con. days, lengthened my Ufa audsavod ened my down and pale and J. W. Foiid &Co. we can't make, come In free Then Dam. 8. B V. on Monday.MrHenry on luesday und who are run mo Irora the horrorsof nervous prostration. Indinunpolls, Ind , Ocr. 14, mm thin and weak. If you lose flesh ventlon, Tickets on sale Oct 12 we wnnt to put the Tariff so high on may Dr. Miles' Uemedles are sold by all Ihe test ol the week. Beaver Dam cuiiiTa coi.o in onk 1897, 22 to Mrs. B'li L Field lelt Tuesday for undet a poUlvoguarauteo, first bottlo In summer take Scott's Emul la. ta. cutlery, pottery, silks, velvets, good Take Laxative Bromo Quinine and 13 nt f6 65 for Round Trip; Mrs. beaeuti or mouey refunded Hook on lloarl Madlsonvllle & Glen home In Did vfii know that Taj lor cloth, tobacco, champigne nnd things her sion now. Don't wait tin lau till Oct. 24 to return. All Druggists relund the nun-eyand Nervcu sent freo to all applicant Iud. necompanled her home DU. MlLia MMiK'AL CO.. Klwhart, dliun make any kind of n photograph or winter before beginning. 6 6 mo. tli. twe can make sohlgh thnt we Heiuy Field Agt- it falls to Cure 25c H Mitniiici: 1T I10111 n Queeu ton Car ul t w aJ tt--t bv kll drum) W. liesiclcs these we have a complete line of shoes, including children shoos lor school wear Get that, cannot be downed. our prices on anything and you will find that we are the cheapest house in Ohio county. the place. FAIR & COMPANY, xvry. e TttcHKs-scitNTm- International Colic Cure for horses 65c will buy a nice school suit at Jv at Pntc Bros.' K. Fogle & Co'u for your boy. For strictly first clas Photos call on Leave your order nt Field's stable Taylor & Glcndinen. for transportation to Beaver Dam. , dimities and percale Big line Misses Edna Grifiin and Lyda Mors to close out at J. K. Fogle & Co's. ton spent Tuesday atSulphur Springs. Ladles, call and sec J. E. Fogle & Remember that $1 buys a good pair Co's line of black and green shoes, ft of ladles shoes at J. fi. Fogle & Co's. The Floating Studio is at Liver-mor- e Quality way up and prices way and will soon return to Hartford. down on goods at J. fi Fogle & Co's. Taylor & Glcndinen arc making Miss Bessie Nave, ol Louisville is the best Photos ever made in Ohio visiting the Misses Smith this week, county. Mr. T. Allen Anderson, of the Remember J. 15. Fogle & Co. when force, is on the sick list this boots you want your fall and winter week. and shoes. Miss Sadie Hendricks has returned Get a box of International Worm lromi visit to the Nashville ExposN Powder for your horse. For sale by tion. Pate Bros. Mrs. Jo B. Vickers left yesterday International Stock Food for sale for Owensboro, where she will visit by I'ate Bros, Saves hogs and nil relatives. other stock. Mri. Mocker, son nml davgkter, of For a quick and comfortable ride Henderson, are vistting the family of to or from Beaver Dam, patronize Mr. G. G. Fair. Fields bus line. Mrs. M. A. Funk, of Llvermore, . Buy a box ol International Poultry was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Food and save your poultry. For J. P. Hicks yesterday. sale by I'ate Bros. Miss Fannie Barnes, Beaver Dam, was the guest o.f her sister, Mrs. Taylor & Glcndinen make photos week. Call Shelby Taylor this from $1.25 per dczen to five. Mr. Harrison Kirk died at his 2 3m and see our work. home in the Barnett's Creek neighWanthd. To trade a first class borhood Tuesday morning. blind mare for a good milch cow with Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Coleman lelt young calf. Apply nt this office. yesterday for Woodburn, Ky., where he will dedicate a new Baptist church Remember we arc selling our clothSunday. ing nt greatly reduced prices. Carson & Co The following named persons have There will be a grand colored barpaid their subscription to The becue in the grove near Hayti on since ' our last issue: September 12. Dan Hicks, Hartford; W. P. MidkifT, Renumber J E. Fogle & Co. when Sulphur Springs. you'want to buy your boots you can get a good pair for $1.25. la-n- TI10 Ilacoa aro contests to encourage tho development ol speed qualities. I decideJ to call up the managing Trickery will bo debarred, and close nn.l fnirconlcalswill be exacted. editor of our esteemed "New York Il.-flL03ETimes," nnd have n telephone inter3. No A now feature is tlio Uicylo Kuces. Every rnco will he fiMt-cnview with him on the iniquities of the Robber Dlngley Tnrlff loafing on the back stretch, nn.l the boys that win will linvo to "git up nnd BICYCLE is. linging the great Bt Alter newspaper, a falsetto voice answers ting-n-lin- ed: "Well, what's wanted?" "Who's talking?" I asked. "I. Fred Jones, A. M." greit 'New EvAnd Machinery Department will bo ns nttrnctivo ns it enn bo made. Bring tho products of your ery department will be filled to its utmost. farm, garden dairy, your paintings, necdlo nnd fanny work. "Do you write the articles in the Tho best BAND of MUSIC has always been obtained. Look out for York Times' on the 'iniquities ol the Dingley Tnrifl?' " I NEW FEATURES. No intoxicants sold or gnmbling allowed 011 the nsked. grounds, Apply to the Secretary for Premium Liet or general information, "No; they are written in our young to T. A. Pedley for privileges to Jna. Kccloy for bicycle rnco information. Indies' department. The young ladles also write the nrticles headed: Ky. W. CARTER, The Victims ol the Tariff. ' They get their information from society women ns they arrive on the 'Majestic,' 'St. Louis' nnd the Cunnr-der- s. -THEI'll seuid for Lizzie." "Lizzie," I said, "you know that Ctcvcland had n deficit oi 260 million dollars, caused by his low Tariff." "Did he? Why, how awful!" "Yes, he did," I said, "nnd you know the Dingley bill will will have to raise 70 million dollars a year more For a safo, suro, pleasant and thoroughly Tollable cure for Chills you must use the than the Wilso. bill to stop th def- J. Sec'y. Owensboro, or Gil cunts, icit." Old and Popular Dr, R. A. Armistead's Ague Tonic, J.JELIJST GO., dot-lnr- s' Car Load tr. Ct1fitt' "S?5fw"iKV OfRawBone"liorse Shoe" Brands just in. HooKEit All fresh. Send in orders early. Sept. wide-a-wak- ed pos-scss- in 3n Losing Flesh r n lu y s hhll-dolln- r Sec41Smul&t6n, er I . drug-gU- U Tab-lects- . Hartford Republican. PK1DAV, SEPT. 3, 1897. BILL NYE. Frank CarpontorDIgs Up Ono' Of His Jolly Old Lottors. Like a fresh breath from the past Is n personal letter which I fouii'l today iti looking over some ol my old cor respondents, snys Ernnk Carpenter in n recent Washington letter. It was written to me by Dill Nye shortly before his death, and is full of the humor and fun with which he so delighted millions from week to week during his working Hie, An extract from it is as follows: I have never been so well or so industrious as this summer. One book is already in the publisher's hands, and a new and startling history of England is half done. It will make the study of English history not only n duty, but n delight. You may already know that Paul M Potter nnd I are just putting the last coat of shellac on a new play for Mr. Palmer's Garden Theater. I need hardly say that combines the masterly architectural strength nud the heaven botn genius of the two authots in the va that will yield the most joyous and instructive results. It is called "The Stag Party." And will be a complete play, enliven by melodious music on the harp, sackbut and bull fiddle Fair young ot both sexes will frolic over the stage and good clothes in limited quantities will be permitted between the music. I am spending the summer on the farm, surrounded by loving friends and colored people who desire to dispose of their blackberries. I have discharged my old farm superintendent and secured one in his stead who eon play a better game of golf. Farmers must keep abreast of the times or fall behind it. Crops are looking well. I had quite an experience last week with a new hive ol bees, which I bought at Hendersonville, this State. They or tailor-nifd- e are called the bees. I brought the hive home The Pullby train in the afternoon. man car conductor was going to put me off, but thought better ol it when I set my Queen Ann bees on him. I always hated Pullman anyhow, and only patronize his old slumbering tanks when I need a new cake of soap or a set of hand towels for the home next. The only people who have succeed ed in making anything out of farms ing in this country are two men who h. ve worked for me and Vandeibilt lor over five years on salary, and who long-waibte- d now own a feed store, where Mr. Van-dcrbi- and I arc enabled to ruji an account. The joys offarmlife keep one young and fresh all the the time. I love to romp with the bull and fool him by bounding over the fence a trifle in advance of him. I bought him ol a c lored brother who called the animal "I thi." Afterward I leaided that "Ayrshire" was what he was trying to ejaculate, seems appropriate, however, and I still use that name, as I came near beiug shy a couple of nice childien on his accouut. Sincerely yours, K. W. Nyi:. "I-sh- Unhealthy urine from unhealthy kidneys is the chief cause ol bladder A. II Hanson, o. p. a., Chicago. troubles. So the womb, like the W. A. KnixoND, a g.p.a., Louisville. blndder, was creattd for one purpose, and if not doctored too much is not liable to weakness or disease, except IKUU! SJO.00 1.1 UULU. XT V O II II QP lllcycle.auM Watch, Diamond in rare cases. It is situated back of Unx ut a scholarship lu arid very close to the bladder, theie-for- e ors slowly vanished through the lirauL'hon's Practical Ilutiuess any piln, disease or inconvenCoUckc, Nashiille, Tenn., or thin air. President McKinley after n exarkaua, lex., or n ecnoi- - ience manifested in thckiilncjs, back, arfchip iti moit any other reputable liihlnes col 1 inch with the commanding officer, line or literary mJiooI lu the It, b. can be secured bladder or urinary passage is olten, little wotlc at home for the Youths' Ci. Kline, returned to Chainptoin l.y 'loliisa ntl ijlltlratpd Kpiiil.mniitlilv Journal by mistake, attributed to fem.de Artiruvilf. I! el. A salute of two guns on his Iliialetatlui; In character, moral lu tone, mid weakness ol womb trouble oi some especially interesting nml profitible to jouug nnd error dei'Uture finished the ceremonies ol people, but nail uith Interest ami profit by peo- sort The easily is easily made find avoided. To nny lie ns ple of all afet. MorleH an.l other Intcm-tluithe day. milter well lllustruteil, Sample copies hen t free. out correctly, set your urine nslde for Auitx wanted. Address Youths' Advocate 1'ub I On Wednesday forenoon the 21st La, .N'a.lnllU', Tenn. twenty lour hour"; n sedHient or setMcutlou thU pajier or bladder tling indicates kidnt-Infantry Regiment was again march troub'e The mild and the extraorDuo IfiTnrlir. cd to the beautiful Chauiplain Hotel New Writ, Aug. President dinary effect ol Dr Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, 3 ginunds. A new silk NutionnUcolor and the great kidney, and bladII you Inrn by Garrett Ilobait, Jr., with McKinley stated to n Journal report- der remedy ii .soon rciH.d a pleasure to every need a medicine you should have the er that Itbhnuldbe Vice President llobortand Meuteinnt Colincl MtKibben as color guard, wan American citizen to know that there best At druciriitM filly cents nnd was a rcutrii of prosperity to the one dollar You may have n sample p.-- eited to the 21st Infantry in the bottle nnd piiuphlet, both sent Iree by country 11 ue ol Mrs McKinley, Mrs. Hobart mail Mention the Hakti'omi boom in "The cnu.e ol the pieseut ur nddietfe 1 and wild an I Mrs Alger Thin after being we w ere- the Wot," he mid, ''is undoubtedly Dr. Kilni-- r i: Co , Hnmlnniloii, N covered with dust for wre's-s- , I Ins pMpratuM i.l ihi-- p'p.r due in ii gr-- t nie.iMire to the lfric Y now crowred with lienors. f this u I'liuine1 e crop, and lnnli prices caused h I lie i; tint, inter l! A special order from the Ai'jutnnt ler futlure ufcropn in other coii'itii.'s Ge lernl's OlTLe now tnkee your hum Hut the I icl tli it proiptfiity h ts set ii li Mii'wtiiA wi'&tcn pikt, Chautrm Statu oi'Oiim Cjtvop rou.Do, 1 ht Htxt cia not be Hcottnled fr in l.tvis Cuu.sfv I, ikes, whote lni.nil.i muktis in Frank I Uum-- in 'le oi'htlut niiy o.luriviiy than by the wise policy cultuii' haw uinde-liuum.. tie is the .sfiii r piltin'i ot Uie finu ol (.1 tin: Rtptililicau patty in iistoriug ) w speud to fi- t .'11 il huptllnt! ' F J CIimuj "frl'n.dviii' business a iroti.cti',u tanff .ago. Ilrvu we lucHly iiuhkiI in the C ly i f Tulwln County and " The prt'Miit Ij mm is not spisniod State nl'Ufsiil nnd tint -- I'd finn truin lor i.vivitiwoTtii? to incuase, will i"ty the sum ..I OIM5 HUS'URKI) ; aturday fnunoon we strolled out ie illy, but will continue and not ( nly the liiaiiufaclimrH, but DOI.I.l(.S f r mch and titf case ol when-omto the site of tint W. IU Cily the ueople generally will sjoii rc.UUi Ctanh th t ctiinot be cuitd by the with C'dltuibiui kliort H Mil ttseol Hall's Cntatrli Cure FRANK J CHF.NF.Y Co.. thai ,t i only with n protective tanff ri I supreme o'er a'l mid Miund fiuniiciil principles tint S'.iorn to Ixl. no tue mid Mibs'ribid Ij ous' little feet lk-- idly ui n little be prosperous and in my presenee, thi. 6th day ol pond of crumbliu sandy bhotls.oucu the country will A I) 8)6. remain in that condition, tlu Court ol Honor whose Incaiides a V OU5.VSON, "With the resiorntiou o! confidence cent shores nnd bright vltectric fuun- j Mtvi. NotAty Pub)ic will come. a Kbtothtionof prosperity," t.ii is onced charmed the vision of Ilnll'.s Catarrh Cure Istakcn internalmultitude. ly And acts ''ntctly on the blood and C'uro Couillpullon rorornr, Tlie south frhle is nsiul t but nil)-- b 1VI. Cuacutet CnuUvCalhsnlc. system. lOoorilc Hiirl.ices of the niuooiis U. U. U fall to curu, driiKKKta rtf uud mooy h 11 ng traot'f ,riud into teepee. if Snd l.ir t'tlnmnials. free. i F J CM1F.NF.Y ft CO , Toltdo, O r.ik. 'Die U'nd. 1 Isimiil, will' $i ( o l uy n p.oix! p ii t f Indus .Id iy Iiiujl Ij 75 ' , I e (;!'' ri n 0 Jup. rtn lull iijr ll.ill'u Faiuil) Fills uie the lest . ilo.ti.tJ 15 Rslc4 O'a very much lUc Us Jaiuuu lo. Memphis, 1 SUflclic JIk Editor: ij you find room foi thi se lew lines, drop them in some where. With the utmost respect for our honorable President McKinley, I may saj that the honor to an enlisted man of is services far exceed their personal comfort. The Twenty First In fantry marched a distance of three 1111.es, through sunshine and dust, to This on divers ol honor our Chief o' :sions. On last Monday President M Kinley and pnrty reviewed the troops at Plattsburg Barracks, N. Y. A national salute of guns was fired iipou the entrance of the President into lite post. The regiment was formed. After a few martial nirs by our band, led by Prof. Clark, arms were presented, etc , the troops reviewed an dismissed. The throng of visit- Goueral Directory. THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE, The ntt gallery still stands In toleraWithin all n few of the STAT)! OI'l'lCIAi.fl. Interesting bits from the World's Is caused by torpid llm, which prevents diges- Lung Troubles and CoiiMimption can tion and permits food to ferment and putrllyln Governor William O, Iltnilley. Fair, a small crop of efficient Columhe cured. the stomach. Tlicn follow dizziness, li:uhck'c . Lieut. Governor W. .1. Worth-iupt'iibian Guards still conduct the visitor n Eminent New York Clu.mi.Ht and through. WK ARK ASSKHTINO IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE tfrotnryofStuto Charles Finloy. EXCLUSIVE USE OK THE WORD "OASTOBIA," AND Soientlit M iks h Krro Offer The German building furnishes Altornoy Gunerul W. S. Tuylor. " PITCHER'S OASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK. In the afternoon cool refreshments. to our Renders. Auditor Samuel II, Stone. nccompauied by a charming guide, Insomlaa, ncrtousucM, Tn usurer Geo, W. Long. , DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of llyannis, Massachusetts, U not rellcTcd, bilious fever B j 1 1 Commissioner ol Aurlrult'irr. each object seemed to take ionic addThe distlgul lied New York Chem or blood poonlng. Hood's WT I I I'2i was tho originator of " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," tho samo nml Stntiaiici Lucas i't, T, A, Slocuui, (Uinon.HtratrnK h ed charm. Gen Logan's Statute has Tills stlmulato Uie stomach, W iltcoviry ol a rellnble nnd absolute M0010. that has borne and does now The rouse tho liver, s.1cure headtche, dlzilncss, conn rough riders typical pose. sSaZZST on everU stipation, etc. cents. Sold by all itruciilsU. .cure for Consumption' (Pulmnmui S ip'rinlendcnt Public lnlruriinn-Gi'- ii wrapper. whole figure seems full ot restless Xhe only Pills to toko with Hood's SarsaparlUa. Tuberculosis) md till bronchial, throat, bear the facsimile signature of M. D.ivi-opower. 'Tis a volume of patriotic lung nud chest diseases, stubborn Hpgitpr Luul Oilier t Ipsi O. This is the original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been coughs, catarrhal affections, general Kl'VlHlld. inspiration. used in tho homes of tho Mothers of America for over thirty decline nnd weakness, loss rf (nsiirnnci) Murcuti Cn'uiiiisiotier-- D. Next the Chicago Muslum of Fine nud conditions ol wistlntr nwnv, will DEEP SEA DIVING. years. LOOK CAREFULLY at tho wrapper and see that it is W, Coniiuoro. Atts. One should have n life time to MMidTHRElU'RKIi HOITI.ES (il. Ailji.tniil General 1) U Collier. figon V10 view such things. Jiant mummy the hind you have always bought Heroic Record Midi In Searching c iflercnt) of liis New Discovery to tun Mrs. Mury Ilrown J3T3- -' wrapMlute Lihriiriau pflllcted render of Till RhPi'iii.ieis ures, a Japauecs in full armor of anXII. the Alfonso and has tho signature of Day. writing for them. A sculptor with chisel cient times. A fow facts about tho recovory of His "New Scientific Treatment" per. No ono has authority from mo to use my name exUAIMIilAII COIMIllnNi:i:S. Jm ll.ltl MlttftfV (lift ltrO1 IttlAO III if tho speclo from tho Alfonso XIL, lws cured thnur.ands permanently bj Jno G. Wood, cliairmnti; J. l' cept Tho Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is shall speak to the world in noble probably tho most remarkable deep-se-a its timely use, ind he considers it a nro sant simple professional duty to sutteiing Dcniny, H. S. Irwin. Secretary diving effort on record, clearness; the angel of Death reach- President. a &AjL-,- j. humanity to donate a trial ol Ins in Samuel P. Ilrnwn. cs forth and stops the sculptors hand. to us by Mr. Henry G. R. Moughan, Q& March S, 1S97. C0XHI1I8 IOSAI. Tho vessel sauk off Point fallible cure. Clapham. Next Lincoln Park with its many Gando, Grand Canary, at about four Science daily develops ntw ivnn Hon Uillinm C. Liiid- Prri'itor Do Be Deceived. noble statues; Lincoln, Grant, Schll o'clock in tho nftcrnoon of February ders, nnd this are it chemist, pithnt-lrtav, Hon. J. G. S. niiicliliurn. ler: its beautiful flowers surrounded 14, 1886, in fluo weathor, having experimenting lor ears', has pr life of your child by accepting Do not endanger the District upjircsi'iitntivo by the cool inviting shade; everyprobably struck' on Gando rock. Sho t'ueed results na beneficial to l;umani Hon. John W. Low is a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you ty is can bo claimed by any mcdiru where greeted with soft, refreshing had a valuable cargo and ten boxos HTATn l.r'dlSi.ATUItri. (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the ingenius lungtroiib spray. Lake Michigan in rippling each containing 10,000 newly minted les and His assertion that curibteir' Senator Hon. A, D. ilnmcs. conruipption nre gredients of which even he docs not know. gold (5 duros) pieces, each waves ol green. Out time is pressing Spanish any climate is proven by "heartlelt Itoprescntatlvo Ohio County Hon. 0 nearly the valuo ot an English letters of grntliude,"fikd InhlhAmcr FareC. M. Hiiriiett. and orders must be obeyed. Kind You Bovcrolgn. This speclo Tiras stored lean and European liborntnilc in well, Chicago, farewell fair guide. E In a small trlagular room or thousands lioiu those cured in all BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF OHIO COUNTY. Horse cars in the mist ot Chicago! laznrotto in the run of tho ship, that parts ol the world ' rounr. cntci'iT Well, we nach our train anyway. is, just ovor tho screw and below Medical axperts concei'e that bron Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens- Taanks. The waving corn rushing three decks, and it was subsequent- chial, chest and lung troubles lead to 1)011). Consumption, which, uninterrupted, by the car window looks so clean after ly found to bo at a depth of 20 3 Hon. J. Edwin Howe, Attorney means speedy and rearlain dealh. Concert futhoms, or 1G0 feet. Tho best prothe sooty streets of Chicago Slmplv write to T A Slocuui M 0 vonshoro. fessional opinion then fixed 25 fathin front of Commanding Officers this T. il. Hlack, Jailpr -I- lnrlford. oms as tho practicable limit of con- C , gS Pine street, New York, giving evening. postoflice and express address, and G. IJ. Likons, Clerk-l'nrtl- ord. Thoro diving. tinuous deep-soon the free medicine will be prornptl Has Fort Leavenworth anything in Ii. D. Kingii, Master Cminiioner were threo divers Alexander Lam- sent. Stiffeurs should instant advan Hnrtlnnl. store for uh? Jno. C. Barnard. You. bert, David Tester and 1'redorlck J. tage of his tentrous proposition. Kind G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Davies. Tho speclo was Please tell the Doctor that yon saw The .1 en York Vtnrlil. Hartford. Thrice-a-wceedition. IS pages a three decks, which had to bo his offer in the Rupuiiucan. C.U. I. Kcown, Slienir Hnrtfonl. pierced. Tho idea of making a holo week 156 papers a Year for one dolHnrtfnrd Deputies Samuel K pom in tho sldo of tho steamer by an exJoe Knbcrts, Fonlaville; Tlios. It. lar. Published every Alternate day was abandoned, tho fear beplosive Bishop, Cciilertowii; S. T. Stevens, except Sunday. ing that tho specie might bo Cromwell. The Thrice-a-WteEdition of The scattered. Lambert recovered seven Court convenes firt Monday in Nev York World is first among all boxes, Tester two boxes, and Dayios Semi-weekl- y Globe-DemocrT March nud August mid cnntinttcstlireo VV T "weekly" papers in size, frequency none, Tho diver had to descend weeks, arid third Monday in May and accuracy and variety of its contents. into the lazarotto and lift tho box, 1'OU ' November two weeks. It has all the merits of a preat $6 dai- weighing nearly two hundred- COUNTY COt'ltT. $1.75. weight, in his arms on to tbo dock KVKKY incinbN- U ly at the prie of a dollar weekly. Its John P. Morton, Judge Hnrtfnrd. pressure upon him at tho KVIiUY family on political news is prompt, complete, above, tho D. M. Hockcr, Cluik Hartlord Remember Dullington will give 70 pounds to each timo being about E, 1 Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. KVKKY farm, in accurate and impartial as all its read- squaro Inch of his body. you a good shave, hair tiim or shamCourt convenes first Monday KVKKY village, 111 ers will testify. It is against the This is said to be a feat altogothor poo. each month. monopolies and for the people. KVKKY ritate and Territory. unparalleled in the history of diving, QUAUTimY COUIIT. I'or hule It prints the news ol all the world, nnd proves what heroic fellows theso . Begins on tho third Monday in A desirable farm of one hundred having spjeial correspondence from dlvors wore. They showed their FOK Kdiictiti.111, January, April, July and October. all important news points on the highest pluck, endurance and tena- acres, situated near Hartford, well COUIIT OK CLAIMS. KOKNnblo Miirihooil, a good oichcd, two hundred Convenes first Monday in January, globe, It has brilliant illustrations, city throughout tho operations. watered, trees, good buildings.nnd in FOK True Wcunaiiluxul. bearing V LAJllJ XJU111LU1 b IUUUU OUU Utp3, stories by great authors, a capital huFor further par- and Tuesday nflcr the second Monday merged altogether 903 minutes, his good community. in October. mor page, complete markets, departlongest immersion being 20 min- ticulars call at this office nt once, tf IT gives all iniportant news of tho Xntimi.' OKI'ICHItS. OTIIKIt COUNTY ments lor the household and women's utes, including going down and IT gives a I important news of the World. G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur work and other special departments coming up. Tester mado 40 dips, IT gives tl.e most reliable market rcpnris. Springs. of unusual intsrests. IT gives liiilliautuud iurtruciivc editorials. being submerged during 001 mln- -' Cromwell. N. C. Daniel, IT gives fascinating short stories We offer this unequaled newpaper utes, his longest Immersion being 29 Z. H. Shultz, School Stipt. HartIT gives mi unexcelled agricultural department. and Tiik Republican together one minutes. Davies mado 32 dips, and ford. For Infants and Children. It tr.ves fcicntifitnml meeliaiiiealintormntioii. was submerged 293 minutes, his L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur year for $ I 65. IT gives illustrated fashion articles. immersion belug 20 Springs. The regular subscription price of longest could not got so low minutes, TSlfit- llBlll IT gives humorous illustrations. down as but ho Poorhouse C. K. Campbell, the two papers is $2 25. ITgivociitcrtiitiiiiicnt to young nud old. the lazaretto, tho pressure being too lltllU9 U Keeper, Hartford. . IT gives Mttislac.i'in everywhere to everybody. great for him. Tester had ono bad JU3TICIS' COUHTS. HiH'klrn'H Vrulra Salp. Wo furnish Til K KKPU1IMCAN and NEW YORK WEEKLY r A. S. Aui.r. March ." June 1 , The Best Salve in the world for fit. Lambert was for a timo Evcrrbody Boys So. TKII5UNE. both papers 1, Dweuibor 1. Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt paralyzed In his legs. Two subse-Caicarots Candy Cathartic, tlio most Rheum, FevcrSores, Tetter, Chapped qucnt unsuccessful attempts wore Jont B. W11.1 'N March Ii, June 5, modical dfscoicry of tlio age, pleasHands, Chilblains. Corns, and all made by contractors with the under- ant and refreshing to tho taste, net gently September 4. December I. nnd oiltlvely on Mdncyi, liver and bowels, Skin Eruptions, and positively cures writers, on tho prlnciplo of ''no cleansing 1-2(J L. WonnwAiti- )- March 12, tlio oe S Piles, or no pay required. It is cure no pay," to recover tho last euro headnche, cntlra sjlcm, dispel colds, June 11, September 10, December 10 fever, Imbitual constipation Addiefs nil orders to the guaranteed to give perfectsatisfaction box. snd bllfousno". Plcaso buy and try n box -- March 20 June Probably tlds last 10,000 of (J. C. C. J.s A Bowi in 10, Z ,',u icnts. Sold and or money refuuded. Price 25 cents will never bo regained. 19, September LS, December IS. guaranteed to euro by nil druggists. per box. For sale by Williams & IJ. F. Giivvi-Mnrcli 2"i, Juno Tho divers were paid good wages Bell. ., Kxt'tir-loi- i, 13. ijt. and five per cent, on all the gold reDESCnx-tlOl'ca20, September 23, December, 24 I5Ly- Kentncky Trotting Horse Breeders' vour name .in. I address on a postal card, send It to Geo. W Hhj to this they covered. Write In addition Untitling. New York Cit. and sample copy olTIUi Room 2, Tribune were of course boarded, nnd a bonus Association, Lexington, Ky., on sale EXCURSION TICKETS Ma .TV NKW YOP.K WKHKI.Y "I RHU'NI? tvill he mnilid to you of 50 was given for each box re- Oct. 4 to 16. good till Oct. i8lh iQoXo.xrv VIA TIIK Vnv covered. Lambert received . 1,038, to return, $5 55 1,375 and Davies 275. Tho . . Tester National Unciiupiuer.l Sons of underwriters' estimate of tho cost - X I I TO THE Indianipelis, Sept 9 ti 1 i.'y7, of the salvage before commencing AJUiftl YztfZi tho operation was 10 per cent The tickets on sale Sept. 8 and o, goo I till actual cost was 15.922 per cent. It is Sept. 16 to return at $6 65 possible, though not probable, that IJncampment UuionYeteran League depths slightly may Columbus O , Sept 22 nnd Vrv deeper 23, 897, And S. Et Cor. 5th and Market Sts, International Exposition be reached in tho future, but it is Louisville, Ky. tickets on sale Sept 21 nud 22 good iSVWJl ecxdd doubtful whether thoro will ever bo 2S to return, $to 25 a moro heroic diving record than till CIIRAM HALM Unpoittlvecnrr. Aflorrls the bevt facilities fir thoiinih pr. 1t1e.il t ruining in SHORT-HANtho that of Alfonso XII. London Meeting Grand Lodge K of P , Appljr Into the noitrlli. Ills qalckly sUcrljtJ. to For the above occasion tickets will Nows. cenu at Dniccl't. or b mull ; ty TYPEWRITING nnd Succi.s in Frankfort, Ky , 0:t. 16 to 22, tickets ELY IIKOTUEHS, M Wnca eatnia 10c mll. bL, Kevr York City. be sold by the Illinois Central Rai- l- , THREE MONTHS. Tortus moderate. Pupils assisted to POSITIONS Willi C:i..reL. oad ut varying times, rates ard EUncntsYonr lloneliconstipation forcier. on sale Oct. 18 nnd 19, gooi till Oct. Cv.mly Pa.hartlc. euro when competent Business men furnished Stenographers 1'REH Ol' So H Mephick, limits, including a ticket on sale I lOo.Mc. If O.C.C fall, drupulMs refund money 23 to return, CHARGE daily, good to return until November I Agt, Beaver Dam. JTISTO. 31,. "ESLITSTGr.' 7, and includinn tickets having limit . of twenty days, fifteen days and seven ONE OF TWO WAYS. days; also tickets on Tuesday and ' Il CS iriT7 uiursdays 01 cacir week with limit ( f iipe. filteen das. For full particulars as The bladder was ceated for one to which of the above applies from purpose, namely, a receptacle for the any jour nearest Railroad Station in con- urine, nnd as such it Is not liable to nection with the Illinois Central Rail-roaform ol disenso except by one of call on or address your nearest any two ways. The first way is from imrailroad Ticket Agent, lact July we are ftill licail(tturlcra lor all perfect" action of the kidneys, The Notwithstanding our burnt-ou- t bly repair. Biliousness' AN OPEN Hood's, To MOTHERS. LETTER Hnr-ticultu- ro I CZt&ffiiaUrte ll.-s- Gs2Qrs&&uk I I ' y Not "Tlio Have Always Bought" FAC-SIMIL- 2-- , ( a (aTc The V4.-j3W-5ift- Having Insist That Never Failed be-lo- k 11 Tho Republican and the St. Louis for at ! one year tottWedi fasii TTT - . ' won-dcif- ONE YEAR i3nL Mc9-",vr,3-3L- IIAUTFOLUJ KKIH'RUCAN, Illinois (Jen. Yet-eran- s, 1 1 I fL '$& TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL vrf&wffmm ieier RII'S COMMEHEIIL dUT nsj-un- WM3ilo ayss9 CoU SHORTHAND INSTITUTE 3ZSritx't33.ce on Stxa. St- BOOK-KEEPIN- 3&2Uj08SE OASTOXUA. for The Republican and keep up with the times. Subscribe lm.. SMft!JS ony Horse-shoein- liaveel - p 1 Do you want Wm New Orleans Jno. A. Scott, Murray, Div. Div. Pass. Agent, second way is from careless treatment of other diseases. CIIIF.I' CAUSE. local Pass. Agent, People Both Walking uutl Killing Hra!er. Planter!, Killing and Walking Cultivators with and Corn Drill, Check-rowithout tongues, Disc Harrows, Fencing Wire- plain and barbed. Oslmrne Mowers and Biuders.IIuber Threshing Machine,Tractiou engines. All above epniring Implements arc guaranteed to bo of tho beet quality. First-clnsg a specialty, nlso n full lino of ol all kinds done promptly. You will find us ntjour old."6ttitid on First and fertilisers for tobacco. Kiilroud St Cwno lu anil pco hi. lkst quality Farming Implements. of Steel anil Chillcil Plows. s kitvlR ot PRINTING? avc If you do, bp Q Letter Heads, Hill Heads, are ready to re- ccive your orders forary thingWe print Note Heads, Statements, Circulars, Dodgers, Horse Bills, 1 p - H in that line. r:a 5--3 J if t?t hj; Ere lii -- Business Cards, ViMting Cards, $ jg SH WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, HKAVEK DAM, KY. IMI Wtddlng Invitations, ij Prescription Blanks, lack Bills. gp 4 f mivmjt rnn-pcrl- 2C Lk. WHO I tt oooooi IS YOUR TAILOR? a CORRECT FIT? RECEIVE THE ' Do You Get YOU s In fact every thing that you Avant H s and f g printed. All work rl at lowest prices. Write or call l for estimates. ?i first-clas. s- - Stil 1 1 BENEF,Tosr Z0 YtAKS or... SUCCESS IJ. !i SitU. 11 tiJWJUBUJtil m Mn fcSJ . 1 TAILORING dy in ORDERING YOUR SUITS AND OVERCOATS high grade: E Xi arttoa.'cS., 35Ly. m 2 Yk orM 300 BORN & Co. THE GREAT CHICAGO MERCHANT TAILORS. a & n3 The m 1 - 1L Our Clubbing Rates. Hepulilu-nnnn- We guarantee to tit and please you, and save you money. NEW SAMPLES TO SELLECT FROM T5 tho nun nnd 1 Ioulsvillo Commercial.... SI. W It t t uotirier-iiotinini..- e th-nr- p p m mmmmmm)mmmwM!mmmM ajALUKimiin.uagingBagaigenE(ysASMi tS S3 5: rtf ft ""J " " " " iik M nemi-wecK- iy ft .. 1 i.w 1. 7fi rt t' t Semi-Weekl- y .., gj and Now York Tribune nnil LnuUvillc Daily Post 1.25 2 70 11 'j 11 1 -- 1 U-ll- Tntii"""a"M"M"ai hla.l UTPHTl IITPI V UUAlliinlfjEiU to car nr c"cf fonitlpalton, CurinU rt ttielJul ADOUliUlULl nrUnil li,.neifrirtlporirilt.e,butfufiijniturtlrtinlt. btm 1.1 i.Yrltlln ItVHIIIVril.. I klrrn. IfArlrtsl. I'ah.. AN Vnrk. lf. I.aaII.I r 254 tot SO .. CURfcCOH&TiPATgQH tinfKXSkWr Al in Tr aIMiilaSW druggists S iv.i iu. :. iuc:-i:d:o- , tsisjw.i;:?, i,ai,L.,..:i;:, -- ;;. WUi iJ.-s- a to batter hia or Iior eoKiIitlon in life, ihnuld wrl'e. xae t U Li. m' ' f i ii u.i hi.'ij uniUbf, Lot '' ' "' . rv,,i'. j 1 ot ilia ... - . rf ,. , ltnfc - r