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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1897 hao1897091001 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. to which the Kxpcctant Mother is cxposotl nntl tlio foreboding ami dread with which she lool;s forward to the hour of woman's severest trinl is appreciated by but few. All effort should be made to smooth these rimfjcd places in life's pathway for tier, ere she presses to her bosom her babe. 5 Tee VOL. X. ' MI'! UMI OFFICIAL OMAK OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH a nrm i AiA A "irrci A.iaw n a EPU.ELIGM. CONQmSIQM DISTRICT, "Nothing else like it:" J The most refreshing and pleasant Soap tor the skin. IIAllTFOEI), KY., FRIDAY, SEPT. 10, nnd fiiriiUliliig, for suburb in co'tgte-gntion- 1897. POISONED No. 7. MELONS. IGUTANEOUS 41 allays Nervousness, and so assists FREE SILVER Nature that the change goes forward in an easy manner, without such violent protest in the way of Is a Doad Ibsuo Snys Sllvorlto Nausea, Headache, Etc. Gloomy Capt. A. J. Gross. forebodings yield to cheerful and hopeful anticipations she passes Louisville, Ky , Sept a Capt. A. through the ordeal quickly and and ex Adjutant without pain is left strong and J. CSro.sa, vigorous and enabled to joyously General, was here yesterday. Capt. perform the high and holy duties Gross, na everybody knows, was lor now devolved upon her. Safety Hryan Inst year, and was one of Sena to life of both is assured by the tor Illacktiiirn'fl Mnunchtsl use of "Mother's Friend," and the time of recovery shortened. in lila lone; nnd liilter contest before iidhi-icnt- " I know nnu lady, tho mother of three nlillJrcn, who MiUVred greatly In tho til r tli of each, who obtained a bottlo of 'Mother'f Friend' of mo before her fourth confinement, and was relieved quickly and eailly. All agree that their labor w4 shorter and less painful," John O. 1'uuiii.l, Macon, O. 81.00 FEB BOTTLE at all Druff Htoroo, or sent by mall on rocelpt of price BCOXS toil: iBtt anjr (ViiUlnlne InralmMo Information of interest to all women, will lw ent to addrent ujion arrillcatlon, bj TKlOnDflILDniOULATOnCO.,TLMT.0. Waiited-fln'ideT- Sw rrMect your Mim thfr may tiring you wealth. tan ovmiii nnvi'i.ttiiuiui n vu I airnt AUr WMo(tton, J). itur IhtMr $.,sn yrtta ofTrr nod lUt of two buourM litrcnUooa wanted. t7. oMERGHANTi f--i . """ tf'SJiifll -H-S- He 1DSTII HOTEL P.O. AUSTIN,; uyr., 031 West Markot Strcot Be twnonSth unci 6th, Louisville, Ky. K. I,. UAKIJR Ct.KKK.s: j AMI I T. O. lKF.R. Louisville Dental Co., w OWENSBORO.KY. Gold Crowns $5 to 7 Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Best .set ol teeth (no better made no mutter how much you pay) . $8 Gold fillings $1 up Silvei filling 75c , pel tooth 25c Hxtr.-tctiug- 4W.r.Ut. Painless extracting with Vitalized Air 50c Kxtrncting Iree when Artificial ord.-red- . Office permanent Teelli arc ly located Wanted-A?!- dea protect your IJ&i Wrtto JOHN WatlilDstnu D. (".for their fl.ttu iirtio offer aud Hit of twu btBdT5d tnTCotiui.i waatcU Attor-tty- thy may Itrlna you wealth. . WKDDEIiUlntM & CO . latent SS 253 psy B' i AS Fat uw$t 4lfjw -- S 5HBgyalwai3 TASTELESS l4tz Li TDNS u kto rl L I P (Ur.ATiA, Ills., Not. 10, MM. FarlB Medlelno Co., bt. Loula. Jlo. Wo acid laat yoar, f10 bottle cl (iMitlfmeni QllOVlS'H TA8TUMWS CHILI, TONIO ni4 liiivo UrnuM threo imwa already tttuyear. In nil our ox penence of II yean. In tho druti bu.lnoaa, tiaro bucu unlreraal noTcr aoM an aiticlo that your Tonic, lour, truly, WARRANTED. PRICE COcto. ISJUSTA8COODFORADULY3. Au.isr.CAiin Por sale by Wi'llama & Pell. iW 0m raoM'ciSav BoclfKeepIng, Business, rnri Kn ran a r Slaw PHUNOGRAPHY, Typ .HTzTrati elegraphy kflaaaakwak. wiyi'FoHSMITH, WILBUR R. m&m Till famoaa anil responall; COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY j circular of till LEXINGTON, KY., 5aotthind,TjrpWri,M4Tlgrphy,8pecialUei. w nun. awar iu. -- f'uiirao. including Hoard in tion. Uuoht and 'aliiea f.mllr. ilmni ji1- - AnarUwl Medal nt U'orlrt'a Rxpoalllon. Iltlm i thnunand. of arailuatM poalllooi. l,"'fnll Tui- WILBUR R.SMITJH, unnimai mm IVTflnF LEXINGTON, K j.waTa iUSiXl& t 'i'' t w mi t bounti til pmH'nty under the gold slani'nrd. I know that sentl-me- iit has n great deal to do with busi"A library Is btored with desirable ness r.n 1 It everybody t tilts hard books, for the convicts', among them, tlm s. O the contrary 'f everybody I several hundred Bible having the im ISfMpelul lliiifH will soon improve, ptessoflhe Ameiicnn Ilible Society. wliHlevcr the Mind.-nd- . As I My, I "Connected with the penitentiary of several huudrtd is n Sunday-schoo- l mil for fne silvir, but I do not rend a i pupils. Some of the classes nre situ !.' one ol inj papers that does not disgust me " This sentiment is on taught by some of the mest respectable Indies in the city of Ptankfort. the iiicteasennioug bii'iness nicii nnd not ii few fat mers nre talk Ing the snmn "The hospitil Isfiirnishcd with iron bed steads, while spreads and com- way. The result will be that when for table mnltrci-ECS- . etc. Cages of bettf r times come as ranic they will, the State legislature. S.tlil he: singing birds nnd stands ol flowers the free silver papers will be utterly "I think the bottom has dropped give cheer nnd interest to the sick." discredited and the present indulgence out of the argument for frtc silver. of their spleen over their defeat will IN IiDDVVILLR PRISON. Times are better, and down in my (lid I'eople. cost them dearly. The following is from n letter wi couuty the pi ice of all f.nm products who require medicine to Old people p by a Louisville woman: tegulatc the bowels aud kidneys will Mnkn Hie Must r Yiiilr-cl- l. ate advancing. There U a demand g It is the duty of every man to make "On the s.Stli ot August, while for farm lands, toj, aud whereas I tst find the tine remedy lit Elect lie Bitin Piinccton, Ky , I had the ters. This medicine does not stimu- the most of himself. Whatever his year money wjs mote sought alter than property this year the teverse is pleasure ol accepting an invitation to late aud contains no wh sky nor oth- capacities may be, he is sure to find the case. Therefore, I sty that the join n patty ol Christian Undeavorers er intoxicant, but acts as n tonic and some place where he can be useful to alterative, it acts' mildly on the himself and to others. But he cannot free silver issue is dead. I never to visit the Kddyville prison at F,ddy-vlllKy. Among the patty were stomache and bowcls.'addiaatrength reach his highest usefulness without thought there was much in it nnys good health nnd he cannot have good Mr. P. A. Wallis, ol Louisville, Su- aud giving tone to the organs, thereway." Capt. Gross, as is well known, was perintendent of the Christian P.ndeav by niding Nature in the performance health without pure blood. The blood elected n delegate to the Silver State or Prison Committee, nnd well known of the functions. Electric Bitters is circulates to eviry organ and tissue Convention at Prank fort last June, throughout Kentucky as one ol the nn excellent appetizer and nids diges- and vhen it is pure, rich and healthy but he did not attend because he felt lenders in the interest of Clitistian tion. Old People find it just exactly It carries health to the entire system, Undeavor work among the prisons; wbnt they need. Price fifty cents nnd but if it is impure it scatters disease that free silver was a dead issue. Capt. Gtoss thinks the silver craze nlso Mr. William L. Darby, of Hvans-vill- e, $t 00 per bottle nt J. II. Williams wherever it flows. Hood's Sarsapa-rill- a is the one true blood purifier. InJ , nnd other members of the Drug Store. is subsiding very fist in Western It cures salt rheum, scrofula, catarrh, society. dyspepsia and rheumatism because Achn mill News. "Our arrival nt the prisoners nnd Tho I,Iiii Nntcit. Said n citizen the other day, ' 'We these diseases have thelrorigin in the Mrs. Phoebe Thomas, of Junction officials, who had the street and main expect the local paper to say all these blood. City, 111., was told by her doctors bhc entrance decorated with beautiful good things about us. It goes iu to bunting. A number of our paitv vishad Consumption nnd that there was help fill up the news coluuis, and the $1.00 Whoatl no hope lor her, but two bottles Dr. ited the diflercut buildings nnd cells, news is what we take the paper for." And RAW BONE nt reduced rates nnd were pleased to find each cell King's New Discovery completely Very true, friend; your argument is should stimulate a heavy average this curd her nnd she says it saved htr clean, nnd in perfect order, many of all right mid veryconvincing; but did coming season. the prisoners making nttejipts at life. Mr. Thos. Hggers, (39 Plorida Everything points to a continuayou stop to consider that the unpleasSt. Sin Prancisco, suflercd from a decorating their rooms. ant things that the local paper might tion of good prices, lor a year or two 1 o'clock we entered the chap"At dreadful cold, approaching Consumptruthful say about you, bnt doesn't, nt least, nnd in nil probability for a tion, tried without .result everything el for services, which were conducted would sell ten papers to the compli- number pi years. by Mr. Prcd A. Wallis, assisted by else then botight one bottle oi Dr. Wheat can be raised very successmentary item's one? We legret that King's New Discovery and in two Mr. William L. Darby and MissBojd hum-i- nature is built that way, but fully in this country as has been Pully 400 ptisoncrs were present, and weeks was cured lie is naturally it is uevetthclcss, and the fellow mak- demonstrated by so many of onr best thauklul. It is such results, of which the attention nnd interest shown ing the local newspaper in the little farmeis. From 15 to 30 bushels to would have done credit to nny fashthese are samples, that prove the bailiwick where eveiybody is supposed the acre have been harvested on our wonderful efficacy ol this medicine in ionable congregation in the country. to know everybody else'st business lands iu this community this year. services consisted of songs and Coughs and Colds. Prcc tiinl bottles The prayer, and addresses made by sev- better than his own, finds it much This wns on fields, not mere patches. at J. II Williams Diug Store. Reg eral members ol the Christian En- more difficult to determine what to With RAW BONE, and we emphaular szc 50c. nnd $t.oo. deavor Society, and several prisoners, put in Thanks, awfully, for the size this, the crop can be doubled or '1 llu Tulnlo Meekly lllmlr. I can suggestion; you mean well, but you nearly so, nnd much cf the plant focd nlso members of the society. will tint be exhausted. P.ver intelligent family needs in ad- truthfully say, that it was one of the don't know. Madison Courier. The HORSE SHOE Brands are dition to their lecal paper, a good na- most imprcjsivc scenes I have ever llii-le- cl I.lvct, tried no experiments. We can furtional weekly. The gtcatest and witnessed, especially during the adSome people use their energies in a nish five different grades ot bone, all most widely known general family dress ol Mr Wallis, who is the posway that wastes the greater part of direct from the manfacture. newspaper is the Toledo Weekly sessor ol a rare combination of qualiBlade. Por thitty years it has been ties, which especially fit him to ad- them. Hurry, worry, irritation, vexFarmers should call on 'us soon, or a regular visitor in every pait of the dress an audience of this kind. Many ation, determination, and foolish anx- send in order. them We have also the "Superior"Wheat 7.ooo postolTiccs in the country. It of the prisoners were visibly nfiected, iety keepsvitality. constantly wasting This is foolishis edited with reference to a national nnd numerous faces bore the sign of precious Drill which is the newest drill out. circulation, It is a Republican paper tears. At least too men professed ness. People do not want irritation Conic and examine it. but men of nil politics take it, be- their desire to live better lives, and or stimulation. When anyone Is HOCKER & CO cause of its honesty nnd fairness in follow iu the steps of the Lowly tired he wants rest, not stimulants. When any one's energies begin to flag the discussion of all public questions. Christ. recuperation, notirritation, is wanted. It is the favorite family with As I sat among the prisoners and "All tired out." some people say, something forcxtiy member ol the listened to the beautiful nnd touching housihold. Serial stories, poetry, words of Mr. Wallis, I realized for the "I need a stimulant." A very mlsi taken idea. No doubt such n one is wi$ nnd hunioi;thc Household defirst time the vast field of labor among partment, (best in the world) Young the prisons ot our country lor such a in need of invigoration, recuperation, Polks, Sunday School Lessors, TaN society as the Christian Endeavor, but not stimulants. Stimulants draw mage's Sermons, the Farmstead, the Ccitainly no society is better fitted upon the vigor which one already possesses; they produce no vigoi. Question Iiurciiii (which nnswers and organized to carry on the work of & Co. questions for Mibscnbtr), the News teaching thse men how to live clean, When one is tired out, nervous, weak nnd despondent, is what is of the Week in complete form, nnd 2. honest lives; to watch over them alter needed in the system, inother features. Specimen they leave prison uud nssist in find-- , vigorates, recuperates, builds up, vicopies gladly sent on application, nnd MA N . ing proper employment and Inciids," talizes, enriches, reinforces. Unlike WO if you will us a list of addresses, Cornier-Journa- l. so many other remedies, it does not we will mail a copy to each. Only $1 simply irritate and stimulate. Worth Sovonty Millions, and a year. If you wish to raise a club, is an Invigorator to nerve and AumterltiK llif Summon. write for terms. Startod Soiling Muskrat A few copperhead newspapers conblood. Send for a copy of Dr. Hart-man- 's Address The Blade, Skins. latest book. Address The Toledo, Ohio tinue harping about the Union soldiers and the pensions they draw. One edDiug Manufacturing Co., CoJohn Insley Dlair.the sage of Blalrss III bin Murk In Kentiick) lVllltcil- - itor remarks, "when 50,000 veterans lumbus, Ohio. was 95 town, Warren couuty, J. Y healthy iu body and mind, and iu llur. A merchant said to nn Inquirer years old Sunday, Aug. 22. Though The Rev. Dr George S Savagp, pocket, can get together, it must be State Superintcndend of the Anieri admitted they die hard." These ner- man, 'I am a believer in the free cr e the wondeiful old man has been reof silver, but I am tired of the ported dead or dying a dozen times or can Uilile Society, siysthtt he has vous, careful, economical fellows will visiting the Kentucky penitentiary not have long to worry about our old persistent t (Torts ofour papers to tuln more, he was n picture of health Sunfor thirty years, and adds: veterans who risked their lives, thecountry. There is not one of them day and received the congratulations "In a iccent visit Hound the chap- homes nnd fortunes and saved the that does not attempt to belittle the ol the people. No man of modern times has achievlain in his office, ready for any re- country from wreck and ruin, for the signs of improvements in business boys who wore the blue nre fast required ministerial .service The chapand one would think they prefer a ed horors or riches more surely or thau Mr Blair. It was known el wnul be nppinprintc, in capacity sponding to the mtumons which will continuation of hard times to the quiet jmLXjA-x'maijj'imjiiftmiaimajBE ai waaaBnasam.! v. wvji iwiu with; Max "" ! HI III IIBHTf that 'm- - had been eminently successful - a money maker, but it was not until few days ogo when he was 1Sm 5TH j-quesli jned 011 the stand In a Western railroad Miit, that the public had an intitiiftifii "f Ills real wealth. Then it wait discovered that his fortune amoui ted to nearly $7.1.000,000. The dollar that loruisd the nucleus for all these millions was earned by sellit v muskrat skins while Mr, Blair ml of in, working on the farm was - WITH ... aPfc. on tli DelewHie river, near dclvldeie, N ., on which he wa I'i n'.ually the farm lad had become a b"iiii.er. nud then he built nt'tW iflm ffl A nn'ci f railro'd. nlittleblrlp ol track that octilualiy became the grpat tt I.ickawatinii and Rni'r wl Hver. thing lie put hit finturm-ger into gld, nnd though ' $Bk nt or little- he whs President ol 20 afe CURE CONSTIPATION iallro Is nnd coroponllnns. he did &g&few JMfe ALL s IOr his w k bo euily and shrewdly that DRUGGISTS. 50c. no 0111 knew that he vas piling up lumif liken magician MOST JVIERIT0R1QIIS MEDICAL DISCOVERY 01 THE Mr dUir hs dune gool with his To tl.e reminary he loundd wealt'i ft Bl litown.'nnd which bears his Are your boWels Irregular? Too much? Too little? Then let Cascarcfs. regulate name he has given nbut f6 000,000. them. Casearets will educate your bowels and make tlvem act Just right. He hut been most generous to Prince ton University and r f lyette College j the Cascareta make weak bowels strong, end keep them strong all and ntullt (Irinnell Colle, e, In luwa SEW year round. Casearets kill disease germs throughout the system, which hud been destroyed by a cyII.; iMsalso given liberally to clone and prevent all summer complaints. Don't wait till you other institutions nud to the Presby- - . protect youl get sick, but let CASCARETS teiian, of which he a. member. ' the next shall have passed these old heroes of many haad fought battles, will befew andlfar between If we nre to judge by the death rate during the ptst year. The report nt the at B11IT1I0 encampment annual showed n large list ol deaths during iHg5 97. Let not coppfihenJs worry. Soon we shall hnvc no more veterans to pension, for they nre rapidly going from us never to return , All honor to the nrmy of veterans, who fought so gallantly for their country. They deseive all they get from the country Pantngraph. now saved. floou come to all. quarter of n cctury Belore J5ote irfirniOTic rot tii LlXKuUHrr BAT A 1 Death Trap Set and Seven IVIen and Boys are Dead as tho Result. UERiCE,25fri It lasts twice as lonp; as others. A trial will convince you of Its creat merit. Will please the moat fanldlom. Mir. ol CHARLES F.MILLER, FRENCH MILLED TOILUT SOAPS AND PCKPU.MIJRV. Tho Diabolical Vongoanco of a Farmor LIvinK In Calloway County. Pnducah, 1 .Lancaster, fenn. ft jlB'TArJLIHUln, ,lftHO., , , i , t f T( 1 . , 1 a Ky., Sept. 3 Meager PROFESSIONAL GARD. it-t- en vis-itiu- c, particulars, confirmed by telegrams from Dexter and Murry, Calloway county reached this city today of a wholesale poisoning in Calloway county, some distance from the railroad. It has been impossible to obtain the names of the parties, but there seems to be no doubt of the facts. A farmer's watermelon patch had been raided tepeatedly, nnd in order to catch the thiel he placed poison in some ot the melons. It was raided after the melons were poisoned, nnd the, result was seven dend men and boys and one more that will probably die. Doa't Tobacco Fplt anil Smalt lour f.ito Awir. To quit tobacco easily and foreter, bomag nctlo, full of lite, ncrvo ana vltor, take wonder-worker- , that makes wcaU men strong All druggists, COo or II. Cum guaranteed Dooklct and samplo free. Address Btcrltng Ilnmedy Co , CUleaco or iJe York. Tamea j.. Siaaitla., PTBBIY (T if Aiirroitn, AW Will practice his profession 111 Ohio aud adjoining counties, and court ol Anneals. Special nttcntion given tcollections. Office- cast aide of pii h'fi square. - ky. M. L. Heavrin. Simmiy Taylor. Attorneys at Law HARTPORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAVLOR, Ken-tnck- y Attorney at Law Beaver Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfield, - Gar Load Of Raw Bone "Horse Shoe" Brands just in. All fresh. Send in orders early. Hartfom), Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio nnd ndininiiwr IlOltSI; IIHANC II. few items from our town be counties. . Also Notarv Puhlic. Will a Office, iu Commercial Hotel. if so put it in the waste basket. W. C, Leach, while going to church a few nights ago, was bitten by a HARTFOKD, KY. snake. Dr. J. L. I,iles was called. Will practice his profession in all tfi was very sick for a while, Mr. Leach courts of Ohio and adjoining counties but is getting along very well at this Careful attention will bo given ( a wilting. business entrusted to his care. Col Dr. J L. Lynch has typhoid fever. lections a specialty. Offico over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. is doing nicely under the treatHe ment of Dr. Liles. . Mrs.Levy Givens, Ross House.Mrs. (Comty Attorney) Nannie Magan and three children 0: J. T. Axtou nre on the sick list. We gladly welcome Mr. W. II. HARTFOItD, KY. Will practice his profession in tiie Lyons and family, of Pordsville, as Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn residents of our own. ties. Special nttention given to col to the wife of R. D. Boyd, a Born, lections. Office in Courthouse All doing well. fine gitl. Our school is doing well under Jno. b. the rcanagetnent of Prof. R. A. flyT ers. HARTFORD, KY; REUBEtC SPECIAL attention given to making abstracts, Ac., also Notary Public lor Ohio County. m,c utiu Biuo 01 pu one square. R- - E. snynviKPivr a w Attorney at Law, R. R. WEDDING Attorney at Law, Attorney afXaw, wilson! 33. 3f BaTEIjQLl, Attorney ai aw lee A Modern Attorney ai aw Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profeesion in all tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smitd & Co., Alarket Slrect. Lawns. Inherited blood diseases are muh more diScult to enre than those which are acquired. One of the most common hereditary diseases Is Scrofula, which the medical profession admit is most obstinate and deepseatedfand their efforts to mre it meet with HttU success. A child afflicted with Scrofula is always puny and sickly, and can never grow into healthy manhood until the disease is eliminated. Scrofula leads into consumption nine times out of ten, so that It is important for this reason that immediate attention be alven to all children who inherit the slightest taint. Mrs. S. S. Mabry, 360 Elm St., Macon, Ga., writes: "My boy, Charlie, inherited a scrofulous blood taint, and from infancy was corered with terrible sores, his sufferings being such that it was impossible to dress him for three years. Hooker a a Sept. NDERFUL Attorney at Law, HlIRTl'ORD, J.B. VICKERS, Ky., Will practice his profession iu Ohio and adjoining comities. Special nttention given to all business entrusted lo his care. Oiiico In Rei'Oruoan building. na Attorney at (,aw HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice iu nil tbe Courts ol Ohio nud adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Offiae with Couuty Attornoy. ARMISTEAD JONES, ilPUM twmmmasx '1IMK TAIII.K I. l A GOING r.m.woollky,u.d. Ailaum, SS. omco JW N. i'rior it V. and Whiskey Habits cured at homo without rain. Book of nnr- tlctllftni.jnt I'DKU. 1 II I III II. II. lll.AVIlIt KY. n- EAST. SS rfr$ fH Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 n. tu. Mail No. 222 a 1 02 p. m. No. 202 a 7 25 p. tn. Fast Mail GOING WEST. 4 KEEP YOUR A Past, Mall CHARLIE MABRY His head and body wercAa mass of sores, and his nbse was swollen to several times its natural sizt; to add to his misery he had catarrh, which made him almost deaf, and his eyesight also No treatment was becama affected. spared that we thought would relieve grew worse until his condihim, but ha tion was indeed pitiable. A dozen blood remedies were given him by the whole- tale, but they did not tbe slightest rood. I bad almost despaired of his ever being cured, when by'the advice of a friend we gave mm s.s.s. isnurs specincj, ana at first tbe inflammation seemed to increase, hut as this is tbe way tbe remedy gets rid ef the poison, by forclug it out of tbe system, we were encouraged and continued the medicine. A deemed Im-result, and after he Erovement awas the bottles, no one who dozen of his former dreadful condition knew would have recognized blm. All tbe ores on bis body have healed, his skin Is perleciiy clear ana smooin, ana ae has been restored to perfect health." Mr. A. T. Morgan, one of the prominent druggists of Macon, and a member of tht board of aldermen of that city, saysi "I am familiar with tbe terrible condition of little Charlie Mabry, and the cure which S.S.S. effected In bis case was remarkable, and proves It to be a wonderful blood remedy." S.S.S. is the only cure for deepstatcd blood diseases, such as Scrofula, Rheumatism, Cancer, Ectema, Catarrh, etc. It is the only blood remedy guaranteed No. 201 n 7 17 n. 111. Mail No 221 a 12 25 p m. Local Freight No 291 a 3 25 p tu. " II. Merrick. At. al The and Hopublicnn 22 11 the Conrier-Journ- J5i&NDY W CATHARTIC WL for one year for S1.50. . Dil-nw- ' We-ter- c 0 25c, aSSBSStfflla ML 4 t 8 I lieiuierson ruute Iuikiili-- . Ilrndtr. son and St Louis Railway C nipaty Time Caid ilTectivc Mnv 30. 1897. PAST BOUND No. 42 44 4b Lv. St Lou's 7 56am 8:55pm Uvarsvillc 6:50.1111 2:20pm 2:45am Hcrdeiron 7:15am 2:46pm 3:11111111 Spottsville 738am 3:07pm 2:289111 Oncnsboro8:i8am 3:44am 4:0011111 Hnwesville 9:17am 4 4' pm Cloverpott 9.45"m 5:0311111 5:10am Irvlngton ArLonlsville 10 4511116.03111 5.571411 12 35pm 7 45pm 7:3cxmi A rrd.''3. w JBliT.ISII ffiwniriKfiirJHl wsiwivi'f-lll- 'l Inn win. 1 uSjnawia IMmJT ffiwi?irffirs!K aSLBJilB JteJnpffi$ III lira. 1. 1 ) mum. HI I Br'J . lty UUMSV, . .. l . IL'NiiM &U .UlSiCM, It OTAII DruifliU, or Py mall'forjptlcc, toe, Jjc. oc, tw, S.mpll'and booklet, frea. Addnaa SlUKt-iru- i. ST W Purely Vegetable IWH IH7 fJrfkUtJ i UtrUart kXlQSHUUMilUi. Q66 m0 Ctk.nl MMtrar,Ci. row Vtt Ktnwr vumrxiii, gentlemen or ladles to travel lor responsible, established houirt in Kentucky. Monthly $65 00 Re-and expenses Post lou steady1 WANTHn-TRU3TWOrVrUYA- ' fell Rddiei-Ke- l Th Douitnimi titamped envelop 6 St Coupany, Dcpt. W. Chicago. ert-uee-. Enclosed WKbT BOUND No. 4 J 43 45 I.v. Louisville 4'50pm 8.23pm Brandei.burg 8 51x111 6 09pm 9:3011111 hvington 9. 15am 6:43pm 9:52am Step hen port 9:51am 7:20pm 10:2 imn Cloverport io;i mm 7:39pm io:j6jiu Hawesville 10:35am 8:04pm misSpiu Ouensboro 11 :35am 905pm 11:48pm Spottsville 12:17pm 9'47p.u ia:s3pu Hendetsnn 12:40 lo:lot.nu ijmsJuu P,vnnsville isisptn 10:40pm a:45pn Ar St L tils 7:32pm 7.20PJ11 and contains no potash, no mercury or All trains run throtieh wJUl V other mineral, which means so much to IJvnnHvil'e. Through Parlor Cars all who know tbe disastrous effects of and PulliiiKn Sltepers on nil t tains tbese drugs. Valuable books mailed free to any ad- between St I.mils, HvansvilV? nrd dress by tbe Swift Specific Company, Iuilville. No, 41 nnd 4a coni'tchi nt Irvingtrn for P. nlsvlllt wid IVnr Atlanta, Ga. ' diniuru dally evcrpt Stainf i H tford Republican. MUD AY, SEPT. in, 1897. Offloo on Fox Stroot. JvmimI i:rrj I'rlitii) itl lliirllnril, Itj, JAS. A. ANDERSON Editor. policy of Tun Rcpuiimcak vi! remain the tamo in tho future ns it has in Iho past. It will still advo-oi- te the tlnieMiono'rcd principles of the Republican party and is still tho ollicinl organ ol tho party in the llh Congressional District. Tiir main lire n rending pcop'e, will soon seo that thore is but ono genuine silver arty and that is their own. Tho therefore, of argument 1 BIUOKINHIDGE COUfJTY. Tho County Campaign. Republican Tlckot Will Win. Democrats that they and Populists tub-stanc- Subscription, $1.25 por yoar nt Hartford Htitcietl at the post-olfias second class mail matter. ce Yours Truly, J AS. A. ANI)KI!0.V. WoNitiiit why tho Jerabl noycr says "volo tho straight Democratic-ticket.- iTappcars from tho reports that Hon. Garland D. Black is a gold bug rather than it silver bcotlo. At least ho is a gold hunter if not a gold bug. UEPUL1CAN TICKET. Cloctlon Nov. 2, 1897. State Senator. Dr. T. G. Turner. Representative, It. C, Jnrnngin. County, I mice, Jus. A. Park. County Clone, M S. Ragland. Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, Couuty Attorney, M. L. Ileavriu. Sheriff, S. T. StcveiiB. b'ebool Suiierintenilent, Fon Rogers. Jailer, Tlios. II. Black. Asrcssor, G. D. Royal. Coioner, L. W. Hunt. Surveyor, N. Moxley. MAGISTRATE. If Mr. J. P. Miller still ha9 his foot on tho necks of tho Democratic pirty, why don't he tako it oil long enough for them to put up a fusion device. are tigrlherou matters of fiuanco is untrue "too thin." Such an argue sufficient ment Ij nf not In cist a shadow, mid in order to support itself would havo to lean agiinst the fence. Tiic Populists of tliH county, having been nudo victims of tho Democrats in tho matter of a dovico for their ticket, mid an attempt being now made to delude them with tho idea that Democrats and Populists aro fighting together for freo sil- J ver. It is now high lime for Popu111 tho mid-- , vote their own State ticket and let tho Democrats fight it out among themselves. By such a procedure Populists have nothing to lose and much to he Hatilin.burg, Ky , Set t political campaign in llieckinrldge y county opened at Stephens-pot- t 61 lists to put themselves Hartford Dist Christopher Allen. Cromwell Dist Jonl li Wilson. Fordsville Dist Jacob Cliaucelor. ItosineDiet L. B. Loney. Judicial District. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE, LUCIUS P. LITTLE. FOR COM'TH ATTORNEY, " JOE NOE. CoitN still goes higher; ditto wheat. So much for Republican good times. With such nratots as these, and other equally as eloquent, it is needs less to say that there will be hot times in old Breckentidge from now Tuny say that the Hon. V. J. on, till the November election. Bryan is a candidate for the PresiW. Thomas Huston. Mr. I.. dency subject to the election in 1900. Thomas, of Leitchfield, nnd Miss Eva This is evidently true. It is also true G. Heston of this place, were united in marriage, Monday morning at 7 that W. J. B. is running faster now The prospects for Republican suc- I'mler a Itrpuliliran Ailiuinllf rullnii. o'clock at the home of the bride. Mr. than he will then. The tanner has enough to make Thomas is a substiutial yoang busl cess in Kentucky this year, aro even Sinci: the great advance in farm better than last year; and last year him smile and we don't biame him ness man of Leitchfield, while Miss products, many free silver organ and the State was carried for McKinley, for having a broad grin on his Heston was one of the most popular lree silver newspapers have run com- In the last campaign the Democrats honest face. The time has come in and successful school teachers in the his history that he is getting some-- , county. She 13 a daughter ol Dr. pletely out of something to fay, or silver Democrats and Populists rather shout; for your free silver nd were united and voted solidly for thing like value received for his Silas Heston work. Just at present every thing They will make their home at vocn'o is nothing if not a sbouter or Bryan. This year the Populists and that lie has for sale is bringing a Leitchfield, after a biidal tour through screamer. silver Democrats are divided, while price that n few months sine: would the South on which they will visit increas- have been regarded .as almost s. Tun Hardinsburg Leader, which the National Democrats have the Exposition at Nashville. ed in strength at the expense of the New markets have been has been published at Hardinsburg as Roiiin Hood. This will give Mr. opened up for his products and prices a Republican orgau, has been bought free silverifs. l'niullsi AkiiIiini rulii nomiuee, an ate coming his way that augurs for out by the money power that is the Bailey, .the Republican The following is taken from Jo A. the future. We honestly believe and will be moved easy victory. Democracy silver Parker's paper, the Pree Republic: that for the next few years at least, to Cloverport, where it will be issued Warton Barker, the able editor ot Wi: were glad to hear again from that the farmers are agoing to reap ns n thick and thin free silver organ. our good friend, "C. of Leba- such a harvest of wealth as they the Philadelphia American, thus comMr. Clayton Crosson, of Cloverport, non. "C. J." writes ably aud inter-- , have before not known in ments upon the attitude of the Demo will bo the editor of the organ. ration with letyears. It is said that it is a long cratic patty toward After reading his last estingly. lane that bas no turn, and it is well the Populists: to us that some gentleIn speaking of the Populists in our ter it occurred The Democratic patty seems to last issue a typographical error made man from Marion county, probably known that they have for a long think a great deal of the policy of futime been traveling a long, hot and ussuj: "They will not vote under Col. Max Howard, would shortly put very dusty lane without much re- sion when the other party dees the the plow and hammer; as to thecoun-t- himself in the hands of his friends for ward for their labor. We certainly fusing, but to see little good in fusion oilicers they will vote as they Congress, it ho is not already in that when the Democratic party nust give-aV rejoice that the time has come when What wp should have said situattou. How about it, "C. J please.'' well as to take to btiug fusion these good people, hardy sons of Congressional is this: They will vote under tho plow Col. Howard is good toil, shall reap such tich harvests of about. It is a fine thing to accomtimber, and there are others. and hammer, (meaning for State offiboth gold and silver lor his labor. plish fusion with the Popultst puty, cer,1;,) but as to county aflairs they We recognize the fact that the more when such fusion amounts to n fl it TOO THIN. . will vote as they please. prosperous the farmers are, the endorsement ot Detnccraticcanditfates The Democrat.-- : of the county find more prosperous the country. If by the Populists, but fusion is a bad Tin: Louisville Dltpatck has deriv- themselves in the middle of a very these men prosper, then will all be thing, aud not to bethought of, when ed tonic cousulation from the fact that bad fix, because they have put their benefitted thereby. To these men do a prerequisite to the accomplishCapt. Hindman met in joint debate county ticket under the Rooster. we tip our hat and make our most ment ot such fusion is the endorse with Congressman Wheeler and then There is, as a result of this, a vigprofound bow. Madisonville Hust- ment by the Democrats of a P .pulist candidate. In short, when the Popurefused to debate with tho Hon. Only orous kick coming from tho Populists; ler. lists do nil the endorsing, fusiou is a Ollie James, or tho Only Hon. Ollie u kick i3 not all either. Populists are s.M.ti.i.iinr.st:. great thing, but when the Democrats Jutues. Capt. Hindman, said the loudly swearing vengeance against M&s. P. L. Wood, Ceralvo, has must do some of the endorsment, fuDispatch, v,as knocked out m his tho Democrats, and those leaders in been called to the bedside of her fath- sion is not to be thought of with Wheeler and was "skeers their own parly that havo basely beround er, Mr. Win, M. Hunter who Is very The Democrats have made this aped" of James. Oh! No! Mr. Wheel trayed them. In order to meet the low with consumption. parent in Ohio and Virginia In er was totally demolished by Capt. objections of tho Populists, itisagtccd Mr. and Mrs. Alva Calloway visited and as for James well by the Democrats that free silver Mr. Isaac Cummings in the Pond Ohiol they ignored the Populaist in Hindman, putting their ticket in the field and Capt. Hindman would liko to debate Democrats and Populists aro ono as Run neighbothood Saturday and Sunthen requested the Populists to fuse with anion of some brains and not a far as principle is concerned. They day. by swallowing the Democratic ticket mere gas bag. We had a grand meeting at the argue that both parties are fightiug as a whole They did not do so fo for one common cause, to wit: "tho of Mr. Frank Allen Sunday. Virginia the Populists were first in i: have always said that tho Detn-oMr. Theo Howell who has been the field, nominating a iiee and unlimited coinage of silver candidate for .ts had no use for tho Populists at the ratio of 1G to 1 or bust''. hauling logs for Downs & Co. is not Liiutenant Governor and leaving the ami only wanted their voles. Pop-uli- -t Well, now let us see if thi3 bo truo. able to haul to day, other places on the ticket to be namW.J. Edriugton, of Paducah, Wo must admit that the Populist Mr. P. B. Taylor will be in Halt-fon- t ed by the Democrats. But the Demwanted the nomination for Statu Senon business. party is tho organi.ed and only 10 ocrats tefused to endorse the Populist ator and entered tho Democratic to 1 Since our la&t letter a wedding has candidate, refused to parly. They havo always do jjnt the Populism Convention when ho was piomptly niuuded the free and unlimited coi li- occurred in our vicinity at the resi- nominee on their ticket nnd nominatCourier-Journdence of Mr. Lee Downs August 25 ed a lull sat upon. Tho ticket of their own. Tho that ratio. Thus ngo of silver at Miss Ella Downs and Mr S I, Mad-dosty-- : the Democrats of Virginia rejected Demorr.ils put it in thejr "Shecargo" were married in the presence ot n lusion The defeat of W. J. I diington the btcuisethey had to ive platform, it is truo, but they stole it number of friends l'u mllst who tiicdlo gtt the silver anil relatives from the Populists for tho solo pur- Rev Edgar Maddjx performed the thing (or it. ' Endorse our candidate it" omination for Stale Senator in tl istrict composed if McCracken, pose of getting Populist votes, which ceremony. Thece arehighly respect- for Lieutenant Governor," satd the M .hall, Ballard and Cii lisle cu unPopulists to the Danuicrats, "and we wo may add thoy got, and for which ed young people and we extend con tiehas disgusted some of the pie-h- u will endorse the candidates of your the Populists have ever since heeu gratulations. nn Populists in this cud of the selection lor Governor and all the St - They re beginning to ieal asking eomo one to give them a vigMrs I)nnna Blown and Mrs Jcfl other places." But the Democrats tint the only use the hilvetite orous kicking. Neal returned to their home in South evinced no taste lor that Mnd of lu rQ iitcinns hve lor them is to get Is it not fresh in tho minds of the Carrollton '( Metday alter n weeks Ih r votes. sion. Thty Kein to have taken ns Populists that no later than the last visit to relatives and irieuds In this their motto: let the other fellows do 111; Ilaitfunl Jferabl thii week is country. Gubernatorial campaign in this State all the liwitig or let ttieic be none. Rev. Whilinghill will begin a camp gr ailing under a great load hictiuse the Democrats of Kentucky adopted D;mo-crali- c meeting in the grove near Equality ApjMtanlly the success ol thi little btuinoes change in Tin: Ri: a sound money plntfoim and put on 0 party s dei.ter than the succe.is i' ni.'CAN, which u a matter that that platform ono Mr. P. Wutt Hur-- 1 September 12 Little Mnck Ilendrix has come to of principle e ) c tiis no 0110 but tho putties men-- t din, a free fcilvoiito of tho first water, ' spend the winter with his uncle, Mr. I in the trade. It ajyt: Dover, N. II , O.--t 31 18) i'it hoping by that Blruddo tucato'i voters Pender Maddox Messrs r. Ai Andernon. t!ie piesent edEly rlun : I'he ll.diu "u gwine and a cmiiiii'." Miss Ida Allen who has been ill a reacud me siti-lf Tim Riti'um.iCAN, voted fir it and in u tdioit .1 observe iiniident-ull- y few Wo illicit also ii 111 and tree silver at the electinu days is convaltceut. tini the (fleet is lutpiiing My hou thut Mr. P. Watt Hardin, now j Mr and Mrs Bab Bennett and son, IvtfiU Hiiv can he make litis act s ijc the first nppJiention save decid.stunt with hiit paper's tirade politically deceased, tnado his race on 1 Arnold, rtl.ittvis litre, Tues-- d ed telief. I have a Mielf fi lied with t o biineUllUiii!' How do our ly and Wednesd ty K trdican friends li. e the nnkt.up thut issue and succeeded in changing "Crttnrih Cutes " Tomorrow tl e majority of forty o t c present oditoihl force of thtii n Democratic Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ford left Tues(.love shall receive them aud Ely's .y orguu anyhow? 10 lli. .liquid to a Republican majority of day for Texas where they will male Cream Ui'm will rtlgn supreme. m tho above our rcwlei 1 can ten tlioiinuiil. their future home. We regtet viry Mrs franklin Freeman. r. ,'iat 'lie llerall U pretty iguo- But what do ricent events show? much to patt with them. Cream Balm is kept by all drugin.i'iiiid Felixs hm U oil lih box. Thoy km dearly that tho Demicrals ' gists. Full size 50c. Trial size 10 lor Null'. " V 80 men will change, but loots ol hoiitiiukynro now hoping to igAbout one hundred acres cf land, cents. We mail it, 110 'tr chaujjo." nore tho silver question. In sumo kuown as the poor-houfarm, to be Fx 1'o.stiiiabter W. ii, (irifli.i will Democratic coiiventiiiis sold at once by order of Court. Part counties in .1 sht.it while locate in U doutown, havo refused to have anything to say of it is timbered. This is part of the where he will uo into the drug busU regarding ilwr, niid Deiurcrntio poorhouse tariu. 1 LUHtS Whlllt Ml llbFlAHS. ., ormors are now nuikii g the turlll iits Mr. Grifliu is a good Liuinesi J. P Morton, ) t J In time. HoM by drumi.l. IH tho is3tioiti)teud of fcilvtr. mid will nit rt with Hicce-- s I Corn's m-E I'. NitAt.. IC W 1'oiti), PijiuMjIk, who u ae'j0, and in tho J w'. river he ma) go fabu-ulou- A protectivo tarifl inovitably brings free trade s ruination. History proves this. The events oi the last ten years have demonstrated it by practical lessons that school boys can understand. with it better times, while Tiieui: will bo all sorts of oratory on tap, and if you don't hear what you wnnt, just call for it, and it will gain. be forthcoming, supplied with nil the ViiltK.nl I lie lliiliic .Ititrkcl. Under both a Protective aud n Free necessary trimmings. Trade Tariff we have been able to Tin: question that confronts our secure practically the same share of Populist friends in Ohio county is trade In the markets of the world, whether they are Populists when they our exports to foreign countries beallow their namo to go under the ing $ 1.030,576,149 in 1S92 and $!, Rooster ou the ticket. Wo will ask 051,978,091 in the 1S97 fiscal year. The total Imoorts of all foreign court the Hartford Jfe'ahl to answer. tries reached only $7,569,000,000 in A fki:e silver man at Paducah has of- 18S8, the latest date which Mulhall fered 25 cents a piece for every silver has compiled such statistics. If we orator who will mnko tho same as- allow an Increase of one third in the sertion this year that they did last value of the goods imported by all year about farm products and silver, foreign countries since iSSS, it will give a total of Ten Billions of dollats Whehuveu there is a fusion ticket 'as their entire value, to be competed between Populists and Democrats, for by all exporting nations. It is outside of Ohio county, they meet on clear then that, in 1S92 aud in 1S96, common grounds and go under an we secured each year part independent dcvice.but in Ohio coun ol the possible import trade of all ty tho Democrats want to kill the countries in competition with the Populist Party aud force them under cheaper labor of all European and Asiatic manufacturing and exporting the Rooster. nations. We regard this as being a Tiieee was a good crowd in town very favorable showing considering Moiulay,,aud tho farmers all seemed the fact that we are dependent upon satisfied with the return of belter England for our shipping facilities, times, and the good prices they were that Te pay higher wages than any receiving for their products. Du- other country in the world, and that ring the last campaign wo told the the value of our home market is people that with tho return of worth to us when we are prospertho Republican Pal ty to power we ous under Protection nearly eight would again have better times and times as much as we could possibly secure it we supplied all foreign now all can rejoice aud vote the Recountries with their entire import publican ticket. trade Economist. one-tent- There is evtry leoson to believe that the whole Republican ticket will be eltctcd. The county ticket is called the citizens ticket and wilt be placid under the "clnspi'd hands" device. The Republicans have n clear majority in this county of two hundred votes. The Democrats will nc seesarily lose some votes front the fact Hint they will havetwotickels to votejthe county ticket being uuder the "clasped hands" while the state and district candidates will be under the rooster. There is no reason why the Rcpub licau candidates should not cany the couuty by at least 300 votes. The "swing nrotind the cltclc" by the candidates will be merry otic. There nre about twenty candidates and about half of these arc orators. On the Democratic side, there are J II. Lcntiin, Gus Drown, Hon. W. E. Minor and Asia Hardin, nil of whom are spell binders, aud who with the exception cf Mr. Hardin can speak nil day if need he. R. N. Miller, J, P. Haswell, Jr., aud Col. V. 1). Durtonwill finilsh the eloquence and oratory for the Republicans. If any of the other candidates are orators, we have never heatd of it The candidates will meet with one difficulty In their canvass, ntid that is n want of time; all of them can not possibly say nil they want to say in the short time allotted to them. They say, that out at Hickory I.ick durjng the last campaign Col. V. B. Burton and Hon. W. E Minor met with a clash that was bean' for miles around. They spoke to an audience of about eleven men and boys until past midnight, putting part of the audience to flight and the rest to 11 ' I Tho foltowt g is the listofspeik lugs rtriiiKcd tor the ounty cniidl dates still as ngrted to by the elnir When the bustle's in the factory nnd men of the different committee.-- : the smoke is In the stack, And the workman's nt his bench again Sept 13, Sulphur S rings. M'Vihn. " Olutnii, Tiieid.iv. aril has his old job back; " 15 Shreve, Weduend.iy Ills voice i pitched in harmony with the workshlp's ptenslng din " 15. TiWrrnt niht And he laughs to hear the engine go " 16. FntiUvil'e Thurfdiy and sec the fly wheel spin " 17 AcU.ii!:u FiMny Oh theu'h the time the woihiiui.ii'i 17 Deiiifiill i.l nlyht N w happy ns a loul. For tin re's sunshine lu his r Mii.111. Stluiil y. uphill and plinty tor bin boar ) ti Bill's Ron, Tu-sAnd Iiih "utst cbij" in the mivIiiuh 22 Buf Mil, Wudiii-Mtnbulk will shortly lie pin li.u'i. 3. ffillln. Thursday For there's hustle in the 'nctory n d . the smoke is in the stic1:. Friday 24 27 Beaxrr Dvm, Monday 'Mid the rattle of and the 27 Taylor Mines at nlyht whirring of the wheels; 28. McllenM at night, Tui'n'ny The Iriiirhter of the tactorygiil tings out in mcrr peals; 9 Hamilton nt night, Wducs The iititry in the shinnlnc: room. day. where thty've so long been still, Hnttfoid, Monday. Till prosperity cam- - btck with Oct. J. Centcrtown nt night. orders they could fill; The tooting ol the whistle when the 5. WYht Point church, Tucsdny quitting hour draws near, 6 Equality church, WcdVdoy. And the happy workers leive their 6. Ceralvo nt night tasks for their homes now full ol Rockpjit, Thursday cheer-- But ton Democratic Turin they'll Echols at night. ne'er ngniu go back, Hopewell church. Friday. For there's bustle in the factory and 9Tnyloitown school house, the smoke is in the strict: Satuiday. R W. Walton Columbus, Aug 16. Grcfti Brier school house nt night 12. Pientis, Tuesday. hTAt U. whin nil. iiisti.k'n in Tin: 'IOIIY .IMIMIItlli: IS I. .m I'AC. iM'iiltinir. .' 'lilt, 'Can't This Is tho complaint ot thousands nt this season. They havo no Appetite; food ilooinot relish. They need thotonltiRUpof tho stomach and dlgrallro organ, which n courao of Hood's Barsapnrllla will glvo them. It also purines and enriches tho blood, cures that distress after catlug and Internal misery only i dyfpeptlo can know, create an npiictltr, overcomes that tired feeling nnd builds up nnd Riittnlns jtoin. it so prompttho ly and cftlelcntiy relieves dyspeptic symptoms and cures nervous headaches, that It teems to have almost " a niaglo touch." whole-physica- l. Eat VIfi . r? w 11 H Be-In- llicf-plnili- ain Hood's Sarsaparilla Is tho twit tit fact the One Tmo Illood Purifier. tiOOtl S PillS Bro tlio best nltcr-dlnnc-r pills, nld illciwtlon. 2M. HiijH - John Wnnanmker, the great Philadelphia merchant said in n recent in- .rkiii.r.Siner. Hont Whon you can Own? You rent year niter yenr, nnd hnve no faun when you get through. The landlord has your money nnd the farm at the end of the year. We ofler you Ohio River Bottom land, in Ballard county, one of the best counties in Kentucky, on the following reasonable terms: 50 ncres nt $14 00 per acre . . 5700.00 Cash 50.00 First year 50c per acte . . . 25.00 Second year, $1 00 per acte . 50.00 Third year, $2.00 per acre . . 100.00 Fourth year, $2 50 per acre. 12500 Fifth year, $3 00 per acre . . 150.00 Sixth year, $3 00 per. acre . . 200.00 sleep. J" Total cost of 50 acres . . . $700.00 This land pr educed the past season of 1S96, So bushels of corn per acre, and sactes oi 'Early Rose Potatoes prodcued 2,000 bushels, or 4o bushels to the ncie. io acres of Prior Tobacco made an average of 1,200 pounds to the acre, which biought in the market $5 for leaf and lugs; ( acre ol late cabbage brought $50, sold at Cairo. Voti cau raise twice as much on a good bottom farm as in the hills, and you'r land don't wash away or wear out. There has btcn no drouth in Ballard county this year and crops ate splendid. They are good cvervyear. We have good farms lor sale on long time.at bargains in Davie.ss.Ohio and McLean counties cheaper than anyone else will sell you. We will exchange any firm we have for others. 53 acres, 4 miles from Ilattfird on Osvensboro road, lor sale nt $10 per acre. For plat and further pitliculars apply L. Freemin Little, over Bink Commerce, or IIu;h A. Williams 2 14 i Third Street. Owenlio:o, Ky. JIXCJO. terview: "I never in my life used such n tiling ns n poster, or dodper or hand My plan for twenty years has bill btcu to buy so miiehspicc in a news-pipe- r 'J. Cromwell, Wcdnesdny. and till it up as I wanted. 4 Select, Thursday, I would rol give ntt ml in a newspaper U liair.etowu nt night of 6jo cMeulHtiin j,,r 5 imij dodgers or 5 Rosiuc, Friday. posters. Mount Pleasant at night. It I wanted to mII cheap '5 " 16. Horse Rranch Saturday. jewelry or tun a gambling scheme, I Witness oursicnatuics. ThisAug. might iim; p inlets, but I would not insult decent leading j ublic with 30, 1897 John p Monro.v, handbills. Tha class ol people who Ch'iu Republican Com. read them are too pior to look for Rowan IIoi.hkook, Cli'iii Democratic Com. support in the meicnntile affairs. I say deal directly with the publisher. J. J Biiackis, I say to him; How long will you tf Ch'in. People's Patty Com. lit uie tun n column of matter through 'rucrmii jour paper for $100 or $500 as the Of the Rosine Teachers' Association cae may be. I let him do the flgur-into be held nt New Baymus on Sept. nnd if I think he Is not trying to 18, IS97: take more than his jdiutc, I give him 9:30 a m. Op'nin exercises the copy. I Iny aside the ptofits on n Rev. T. I. Acton of welparticular line ol goods for advettis-in- g come J II. Thomas Ues.nuse purposes. At first I laid nsidc Miss Lucy B Townsend. Rtnding ?3,coo; last yenr I laid aside nnd spent Wallace Rosson nnd Rachie .Sander-fur- . $40,000. I hnve dor.e better this year Recitation A, M Acton and shall iiicte-is-e that sum ns the Miw Sue Monroe and J A. I owe my success Dull. Spelling N. B White and J. profits warrant it to newspapers, and to them I frrely A. Sanbntcii. Composition Ira give a certain profit of my y early busPetty. 1 11 g, Al-'ti-i- s NOON' iness " Arithmetic J. D Oliver and A.M. Acton Theory and Ait D. H God-sePhjMologt C V. Mostly. Astronomy Thomas Wedding. The liie.ids ol education nre invited toattend. D II Gonsuv, Vice Pres ) J A IK'iT, VCom. A. M. m Civics R. A Byers (oii'l ToUffO Spit tnd Saulr Uur I ,r Ant, and John Mngan. Recitation Miss To iiilt lotacco Mully wul foreier, tama? Shtilt?. Priinaty Grammar W. G. nolle. luU uf life, neno ami Wfor, take j wonder worker, thai make wiwk UKn Stewart raid Miss Fannie Sans xronr All Urmut.u, aworll. Cuiomaran. lh!?Mei, Bl"l "mtf hatch. Penmanship J. S FiUhugh. I, AJOrew btirllni; Kemody Co. Chicago or New Vort It-Iri-u- . y. 'PP Acros, 1 co-o- Rev J Nelson filled his tegu'ar np p.iintment here Saturday night and Sunday. Prot. J. A. Duff is teaching ichcol at this place J A. Hines has moved hack to this his old neighborhood after three years c y s Henry Allen comes to the front with the biggest rattle snake story ol He killed one with 14 the season. rattles, measuring 4 'J feet in length. 1 I CtlTO ClIMtllliltlnil I'lirni.,. " Miss Cora Allen is visiting Miss Oatliarttcs. lOoorMc, fail Itc C. 'W "1"iu euro, drauikU refund monnv Emma Tichenor, Centertown. Miss Emma Himes is visiting in these parts. Prof. A. M. Johnson is teaching the public school at Concord. Bom to the wife ol Jerome Allen on the 27th, tilt., a girl. A. A. Caiter made a fijing trip to Centertown Sunday. .tUi'Mli Unnlril For the luv.'uile Holidiy nnd Stands aid SiilHC'ip'ion Bjak by the V. B. Conkey Company, the largest publishers an iiiiiiufi-tureol i the Unite! States. Finest line of , ... . .. .,.. noun.. Hn.l.ni:.i.. .in., ouier MiMbcripiion Also agents noossotiine unrkt-t- . wanted or "The Silv-- r Side." the ' latest and best text book on the nil. I verqueuionby the greatest silver leaders hxclii live territory. Latest commHsions Prices below compe- tition. Wtiie nt on:e for circulars and fpeclal term, stating yourchoice territory j v B Cosunv Company, 341. 343. 347. 349. 351 Dearborn S.reet, Chicago, Ills, 1 M s 1 i , I .,,,, .i companion rooms nt Mr. McDowell Fair. Mi(.s Cox is the daughter of Capt. nnd Mis. S. K nnd is a yotinc; lady ol excellent nrcniiipliiinent!, i....i.-i..- i ..1.. Cntdt t announcing the marriage of Mr. Clms E Rogers to Miss CorinneCox on Wednesday. September a, at 10 o'clock nt the Methodist church. Rev. J. S. Chandler, the pas-towill officiate. Immediately niter the cetcmoney the young iwople will go to Leitchfield tor a few days visit to the groom's puents after which they will take niort bridal trip, returning to Hartford they will take an-our, lliurr-- l ,11. & ft sJ ..,... .. for the young man of her choice. Mr. Rogers came to Harttord from Leitchfield a few .years ago ar.d llns ,wl nie perscriptlon clerk for, Wayne Griffin & Rro since locating here. He Is a orthy young guitle-o- l ROOj i,sJncss ID!m om, ,fls maU) many j,iends among the young, as well ns older people, of Hnrtfotd. 1III5 $ KKl'UJiUCVN joins a friends host of "'"" In wishing them a long and BOLIS, PLAITS, SEEDS. Plow Bov. (Jcdedogcie for Asking. Sendio-da- y id f' ci . y Reuben nnd Scoott Gray, who stand charged in Daviess c.mnty with the g murder ol old m in B ir.len an 1 O. P Skillma i'a htnr, at Pleasant Rtdge. nnd who h ivs successfully eluded the rffioeis, lnve been captured nt Bardwell, Ky , and will bereturnel to Dwie3s county for trial. rob-bin- Til fs- - OutSLSTOlTLIflL. J - al x Trrr. li e fir Bulbs for Full Planting out ot doors. Bulbs for Winter blooming in tho house. Plants for blooming during tho Winter. Plants for decorating Beeds for Fall sowing out of doors. Seeds for Winter sowing in tho house. Send us 10c to pay postage and packago oml wo will send you lf Seleccd Hulli3, orSix packages of Selected Flower Heeds, or six packages (ulldiliorent; Sweet Pen?, or all threo collctions for 2oc. She pAOSSGepfao., reene N.V - tsnaJi WWW T JLMjdjdJLJ && . HAVE OPENED THEIR l- I . y v n-- Vt '41 . riSiL-- . z xm - -- dt' W4- - se r I 370 . Tt.TL3.27r,0t3a. 35o.sx"Cro ,Xa3ta.. ; 1 A fine- new 0.MNII1US will in.iot all duy traiiis at Denver Bum, All order promptly attended to, guarantees a comiortahli' rid Market and Union tfireepi, llurtfonl, ccrner An oipnut vehlrlo iiril goil homes LinVf ufir i Fie'dV Llcij StaUe, l Va I V""" 111 ii m , . .'!! a ',,'. '.'iv-jf- i1 v :." Koyal make tht food pure, wholesome anil delicious. w'hhot' .m"""Vtv'.m"'m Sec Carson & Co. fur furniture, Foi ladies Beits tec Cctrsun & Co. Call on Uut'tngtou lor n (rood slnive New Awnrdod Mlghrct Honors World's Fair. BJBTL; v These cool mornings will ncc essnrinlly compel! yon to ask w yourself the question: Where h can I buy school shoos lor my children the cheapest? e tmi &AW POWDER Absolutely Puro ftovAl tAKiha Ul ((love. at Carxi.n & Co's hi d culls at Carson Ladies collars Co's. $1 buys a & Co's. 'fill A pure ladies good Shoe at J. E. CREAM m 1897 !397 r w wills, s turn TO BE HELD Miss Ileaule Guenther is quite ill this week. CM. liny yon school shoes nt gle & Co's. B-- J. 1$. Fo- -, Wish to say a word to yon reCo's. ro&ta co., m voft. line ol negligee shirts .at J, E. Fogle & Co's. Mrs. O. M. ShulU has returned to South Carrolltou. See Henry Tlnslcy's advertisement BAKING POWDIR MOST PERFECT MADE. Gripe Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Owensboro. OFFICERS: DR. C. P. T. s, (b, ?, & and '6,y, m 4t II. TODD, Proficient. Treasurer. I'Vi'.mTNTIIHIJ, V'cel'ref. W ATKINS, J W. C'AliTEIl, s5tmoinfy. STAPLE - ) - A new feature is tlio Bicyle Knees. No Every race will be iint-ciuloafing on the back stretch, nnd the boys that win will havo to "git up ami CORN. Handsome line of gents ties at J. 15. H. Moore went to Louisville Monday Drouth has prevailed over a major git night. Fogle & Co's. shoe patterned leather tipped ..$100 Ladles fine button portion of the State during the month $1 S worth I 50 Ladies Dongoln Kid tipped shoes Mr. Sam P. Render, Fott Worth, of August, nnd as a consequence the Mr. Robt. D. Walker was in Ev150 Ladles very finest kid shots AM. LASTS Tex., is the guest ot his father, Mr. condition of the corn crop has fallen And Machinery Department will be as attractive as it can bo made. Owcnsboro Monday. 1 00 Ladies glove grnin shoos I ro Sep-1s- t. Bring tlio products of your ery department will be filled to its utmost. W. H. Render. 93 on August 1st to 88 on Dr. T. S. Coleman nnd wife returned 85c Indies blight grain shoes farm, garden dairy, your paintings, needle anil fanny work. Messrs. J no. P. nnd T. P. Coleman, Tuesday from Bowling Green. 00 Ladies g rain shoes, rlvitcd sides, seamless back . . The nverage is considerably helped ol Louisville, are visiting the lamily The best BAND of MUSIC has always been obtained. Look out for Rev. J. T. Casebier will preach at Old ladies soft broad sole shoes . $1, actually worth $t 25 by flattering reports from a number of Dr. J. S. Coleman. NEW FEATURES. No intoxicants sold or gambling allowed on the the Baptist Church Sunday and Sun- -, ?i 00 Men fine shoes of couutlts in Eastern Kentucky, Mrs. J. S Chandler and daughter, which in reality produce a very small grounds, Apply to tho Secretary for Premium List or general information, day night. Men fine ft 50 shoes ' S Miss Myrtle, and son, Rix, are in per cent of the crop. With these to T. A. Pedloy for privileges to Jns. Keelcy for bicycle race information. 2 00 Men extra quality shoes Misa Maimce Ross has returned Owensboro this week. 100 Men high cut Buckle shoes counties out the percentage would be from a few weeks visit to friends at Men Cicole Congress Ky. W. CARTER, ft as, worth today I 50 Mrs. D. H. Thomas has returned reduced below 83 Millwood. Child fine shoes 3 to 5 25c The most distressing reports are from Stepney, Conn,, where she has Mr, IS. N. Morrison, Haynesvillc, been visiting her parents. Child fine bhocs 5 to 8 from the counties of Breckinridge, Sc I'l'mM'IM'MI'IM'muMM'l Al'A'A wns the guest of his son, Mr. C. E. 75c Child grain school shoes 8 to 1 : Daviess and Grayson, where 'the Remember we are selling our cloth $1 00 Morrison, this week. grain school shoes 13 to 2 Misses drouth has been unusual long and -ing at greatly reduced prices. THEsevere. In Daviess county it is bard Mrs. J. W. McCarty and son, of Carson & Co. to figure out 58 per cent of an averFordsvllle, were the guests of Mr. a Mrs, G. B. Likens, Carrie and So- age crop. nnd Mrs. M. L. Hcnvrin last week. N phia Wccrner are spending the week TOBACCO. Mr. U. S. Carson has returned at the Nashville Exposition. Average condition of tobacco from Ccntertown, where he has been evThe condition The county candidates willspeak building a house for Mr. Isaac Fosnt Davidson Station next Tuesday on Sept. 1st is 60, as against 61, the For a safo, suro, ploasantand thoroughly ro- ter. condition on 1st of last month. night. Everybody invited. llablocuro for Chills you must uso tho The remarks vary from those of Mrs. C K Morrison is on the sick is to Old and Popular The Speaking of the county candN lust month inasmuch as a few counties list this week. Her mother. Mis. dates will be at one o'clock 4n dayreport the early setting as doing well on Mary Reynolds, of Reynolds Station, time. Everydody should attend. and promising some good tobacco. is with her. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. W, Th'is Is especially true of the counties Mr. M. M. Kahn, formerly a merII. Mauzy died Tuesday night and of Pendleton, Boone, Grant, Larue, of chant at this place, dropped dead nt was buried Wednesday at Oakwood Bath nnd Ballard. his home iu New; Castle last Thurs-di- y cemetery. PASTURES. proas of heart trouble. Pastures have fared badly during Mr. N. B. Wells and Miss MargaIt Is a PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTION.and absolute-l- y Mrs. J. II. White, of Charleston, ret DeWitts, ol Fordsvllle, were mar- the month and unless rain comes at harmless. We will pay $1,000 for the detection of Mo., will arrive in Hartford Sunday ried in the Court House Tuesday by an early date the fall grazing will be arsenic or any other poison iu our nfiw famous remvery poor. Condition nverage 88. to visit her parents, Capt. nnd Mrs. Judge Morton. edy. novel- - j? of On August 1st the condition was 97. . S. K. Cox. Miss Ella Herring began school J9L3E5LI3NT cfc 7V. LIVE STOCK. in Judge James died nt his home In Monday at Hnynesville. She was Evansvillo, Ind. The condition of live stock is good, Rockport last Thursday night after a taken sick Tuesday and returned notwithstanding the scant pastures, piartford 2emple 0f pa5hions. He was Police Judge home for a few days. short illness. rxn feeding has been resorted to in many of Rockport and was a man well liked Prof. Wm. Foster left this week for counties. There has been an unpreby everybody. Nashville. He will go from there to cedented demand for cattle, all grades N. J., where he will res selling readily at good prices. There Ford & Co.havc been Princeton, Messrs. I. W. sumc his place as teacher in Trinceton has also been a heavy demand for buying loo bushels of wheat every iW.iK?232?!i stock ewes. day for about teu days, piying $1 oo College. LARGEST NORMAL SCHOOL - IN THE SOUTH The number of cattle designated is EjcGiisn nMHKs'aciwnnc ako classic courses. Pretty good under Re per bushel. Mr. Jno. A. Taylor, of the Liberty """" ' ,',"'F'!iM''n',f7"'' wJk, .f a. r& . publican Administration. neighborhood, died last Thursday "feeders" ascompatcd with 1896 is 76. The number of breeding ewes as G tlMtVI IMIt Messrs. Renfrow & Dean, ot nines' evening. He was a highly respected Crun.k gentleman and will be greatly missed com ared with 1896 is 86. Mill, have bought nbout 1,500 bushThe number of horseand mule colls in his community. -- DEALER IN- els of wheat for which they paid $1 iti:.ritov. In Mcinorlnnt. compaied with 1S96 is 77 and 74 reWe are sufleiing for rain very bad- per bushel. Good shotting under a Mr. J. W. Reek, living about four Died, July 21st 1897, Ann VXz spectively. Hogs nre generally in ly. Republican Administration miles above town, has always voted Baker, wife of J. Warren Baker. She good supply and healthy. Cholera is Their are. several cases of typhoid III Democratic ticket, but this year and on her 13 Colored picnic, Greenville, Ky., the reported among hogs In the counties was born January 22, 1848 fever in this neighborhood he says he will vote the Republican nineteenth birthday was married. September nth, 1S97. $1 for the of Anderson, Aller., Boone, Bullitt, Hogs in this neighborhood have Demo-ocrat- s ("ear Hartford) The fruits of this union were eight round trip; on sale September nth; ticket. He further says that the have broken all their promises Christian, Henderson, Mason and children, five of whom surive her. something like typhoid fever nnd good to return till September 12. Is a general comseveral have died. and have been tooling the people all Warren. There II. Mrrrick, Agent. plaint o! stock water becoming scarce. She professed religion at a great We are cutsed with chicken thieves, this time. Dam Church nnd revival at Beaver watermelon thieves who do ' their MISCELLANEOUS. The. Taylor Coal Compiny has As a joined Goshen Church in 1S64 The following named persons have bought two hundred and nine nnd as Preparations are being made for a christian she was faithful and con- fieudisb deeds in the night, How their subscription to Tub can we get rid of them. hall acres of land from Mr J.Z Smith, piid large acreage of wheat, but fall plowAs a wife and mother, since our last issue. ing is practically at a standstill, and sistent. Rev. Hinton of the M. E. Church son of Rev. A. B. Smith. Considera-toi- n In the early dawn of nnd Jas. Mills, Paradise; Richard Uubanks, if present conditions nte maintained preached to a good congregation in $2,300 in cash. last July the 19th the gentle spirit cf walnut grove Inst Sunday. Garnettsville;V.P.Allen,FHntSptings; C. the ncrenge may betfutailed cousider-blPhotographer A. D. Taylor has re Ann Eliza Baker forsook its earthly Roberts, Owensboro: Sep TaySeeding in corn will be late on and Nut Coal lor fnlo nt my Coal Yard in Hayti nt tlio turned trom D.iwson and will be Harty Lump tp cum; a cold in oxi: day habitation nnd winged its way to lor, Carlton, III; Wm. Foster, Hartaccount of the gieen stageof the crop. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine market price. found In his gallery here iu person that eternal city, where the gates are ford. Abples continue tc fall off and the All Druggists refund the monevery Monday and at Beaver Da m never closed, for there is no night ptospct for fruit for winter packing there; neither sun nor moon; but the ey if it falls to Cure. 25c. 6 6 mo. Nnlp. country editor has troubles of the balance of the week. The IlrlcK Tor They HwnpiHMl Join. Peaches are plentiful For the best of brick at reasonable is very poor. his own, as evidenced by the followglory of the Lord and the Lamb is for Fifty Cents. nnd N. B Messrs Orifila Dellaven Mr. J. II. B. Carson is In the Eas and rf good quality iu some counties Oui'jnteed tobacco habit euro, muku weak Narthe light thereof. men stronir, blood pure, (do, II. All Chambers have exchanged jobs in ing very plaintive, poetical wall: tern cities this week buying new prices go to Fitzbugh Renfrow, and very scarce and inferior in others. For the future she hid no fears, Mr. Dellaven "Backwaid, turn backwaid! oh, time goods for Carson & Co. He was ac- rows, Ky. the revenue service. Farmers have nnd will continue to having long since made preparations Notice has been division deputy and Mr. iu you flight, fied me on gruel again, companied by his milliner, Miss Sara On Wednesday September 15th, What Hood's Sarsaparilla has done reap the benefit ot the recent advance for that long journey from which no appointed just for to night; I nm so weary of Collins, who will purchase a fall stock Chambers was recently 1897,1 will offer for sale at public for otheru it will also do for you. in the price of wheat as they still traveler returneth. vitrified doughnuts restaurant steaks, special deputy for the brandy distill of milliner goods. Hood's Sarsaparilla cures all blood hold 56 per cent, of the crop. The oysters that With a pertect trust in the God of auction at my late residence in Roslne, cries. This job would have taken nnd vulcanized cakes, amount on hand ranges from 93 per my household and Shiloah M I',. Church will be deddiseases. a watery bath, butter as strong slip in her salvation she welcomed the great Ohio county, Ky., him to all parts ol the district, mostcent in Taylor county to 2S percent, Sunday iu this month. change; for in it she found eternal kitchen furniture for cash. At the roughest as Goliath or Gath, weary of paying icated the 4th ly to the most distant and Program This advance in in Fulton county. place J will offer at Rev, S. W. Shelton will preach the rublife; deliverance from sorrow and same time and sections, and would have given him for what I can't eat, chewing up The Church is Of Teachers' Association of Hattlord price has been followed by a fair adber and calling It meat. Backward, dedlcatoral sermon. No more shall we enjoy her private sale my house and lot on npoor chance to bent home mnch. District, to be held at vance". in price of all farm products. pain. easy payments. 2t of Horse Magisterial I nm? Give three miles South cast sweet companionship that wns so Mas. J. W. Lewis. He nlmost declined the job on the turn bickw.ird, for weary Beaver Dam, Saturday, Sept. 18, '97: Next in Importance to rise In the Dinner on the ground. Branch. at grandmother's dear to us. account of the; condition of his wife's me a whach milk that hasnever jam, been 9 a. m.; Welcome Address, Jno. B, price of wheat and tobacco Is the adlet me drink But the finger of hope points to n health, but at the suggestion of Mr. skimmed, let me eat butter whose Mrs. Maggie O'Loughllu, the hotel Taylor. vance in the price of cattle, sheep, glorious reunion b?yond that dark To the latter too' brandy hair has been trimed, let me but once keeper nt Rockport, made nn assignDeHnveit - and Crow, Music. Response, C. M. hogsmules in nbout the order river, for whose turbid waters she Tho Editor of The Dloomflild low Frmr work, and Mr. Chambers will look have an old fashioned pie, then I'll ment Monday to Mr. B. D. Rlngo. Education nnd Teaching, their Corn, which has been so amid. Write or the Good Done by die; I have had no fears. alter the duties of division deputy. be willing to cutl up andfiryenrs, is Assets, $1,000; liabilities. $1,500. Mutual Relation, T. J. Morton.DR. MILES' HEW HEART OUftE. for a long period, promises to show a been eating iron filings To the bereaved fither and child-re- n When the brandy season ends Mr. it any wonder I m uniting in tears?" She will be able to pay out nnd cous Methods and Importance of'Mind substantial gain itu the neir future, I would say 11 re close to Jesus Dellaven will resume his former -- Ex. tinue business. Study, Lou Rogers. and on the whole the outlook fur the trust Him fully tor this is the only place and Mr. Chambers will return Relation of Phsyiology and Psycol-og- Kentucky fanuer will compare favor Mr. D. J. Wilcox, of Rockpoit. way you can find relic I from the to Hawesvllle unless some pie is II. E. Taylor. ably with that of any other business to our office Monday a brought Ingreat bueavement that has befallen on the counter lor him. placed Brain Localization, W. R. Carson. From every section come re- man. Spanish half dollar made in 1800. It come oicic to you quirer? Nature of Nervous Force, D. E. potts of new life and new energy man- you. Hue cannot was the oldest Spanish but you can go to her. L'ft up you Miller. val-liifested by farmers, nnd in the bright Hiiro I lull t'uri'. In'tbankfulness that our Gcd is starved blood. It shows itself we had ever seen. Mr. Wilcox Affiliation to Teaching, E R. Ray. outlook the bitter experiences ot the hearts Dr. Armistead's Chill Tonic Is a very highly. it gives to his children a faith that looks Analogy between Mind and Body, past season cf adversity are being forsure cure for chills. J H. Williams in pale cheeks, white lips, weak beyond the dark portals of the tomb The announcements of Judge L. P. Lula Cox. gotten; but theic arc a few lessons only has a few bottle, so It you want digestion, no appetite, exhausan eternal existence in His presConsciousness, A. P. Taylor. taught by tho-bitter experiences to to keep off cnills call lor a bottle nt tion, lack of nerve force, soft Little for Circuit Judge, nnd Hon. Joe ence and in the person of those who Noe for Commonwealth's Attorney Attention, Educational Valor, II. that should be carefully conned for ONCE. Price 45 cents a bottle. were dj crest to us In this He. May mu&les, and, chief of all, weak appear In the Kkpuhuan this morn- E. Brown. futtie use; the very necessarv lessons Don't delay. He who sees nil our sorrows, comdoctor calls it ing. They are both well and favqr-bl- y muscles. Your How Secured nnd held, Annie cl tlnril and economy. fort and lead you and at last gather known over the county nnd were Gtegory. A I.nrufl Nmilun Lucas Moorr, Anaemia. He will tell you that you without the loss of one to HimWednesday Mr.Oic-r- o nurton, formerly Democrats, but lclt the parLast Herbastian, theory of interest, Commissioner of Agriculture weakening weather of sum A Fkiknd. self' young Mr. Bizuth nnl Mr J C the ty last year nnd voted for McKluley, R. C. Jarnagiu. Noon, Music, UlEItE AHB it great many unielOtn were nscendlnj the dividing mer often brings it on. in their principles they nsk believing Park 1 p. iu j Discussion of "King's I men and women who wlsn omen to VMH. Tlri-i- l No .tiirtll( I'our IIIoikI. know what has restored them to ridge between No Creo'r and Itarnetts the support of all the people for the Treasures," (Ruskin,) by Association. M mday Sept. 13 9 n ra No. 103, 'I was nfllicted lth a tiled feeling health and happlneu. Mr. 0. 1". DavU. pubII elected they will make Park mu'ijesUd th it as (hey Creek. two places. 2 p. m ; Habit, Value and Danger, lisher of one of the lioit newspaper in Iowa, and general debility, I had no oppi- - II. II DavN; 11 a.m. N 8, L M wrttca from lltoomfleld la., Aug 19 1SH. "My were on a very IL'h clcv.ition that good officials. Mary A C.Taylor. tite unci my blood did not feem to Sanderlur; 2:31 p. 111 Nj deitre to benefit oilier prompts me to writ the road in s't n btter they leave The Senses; (a) Educational Value, clrcvlute Finally I began taking Brown, Taesd ly Sspt 14 8 a iu No Preston Mottou Post No .1 G A.R., thli. We havo used Dr. Mile' Itemedlea In ' view of the surrounding county, and my family fur nearly two yeara with most held its meeting last Saturday. About Mnttie TaJor (b) Methods of Train - jt , ,'s Sarsapatlll which gave me a 114 F. 0 Oliver; 11 a tu Miry grauryinx rosuiw. no ill so doing they Mine In contact with ROul appetite and ehtuely cured the White; 2:30 p nt No 94. I A Sin comrades were present. ing, C. M, Crowe. twenty-fivwould nt now ao wun- Alltr shootrs it. tvym out them. My wife had a very largo rattle-mikAll teachers are expected to discuss tlntf feeling "Maggie Washington, bitch; Wednesday Sept 15 8 a. m The report of the National EncampM been weakly aud down Mais' IJ Oil wkh 4Wftlf ing the snake it was fooii nce italned of Cod-livIt shows that tltete the practical pointsof "King's Treas- - 4(j Vcitncr Street, Lexington, Ken- - Nor 31, W G. Stewat; it a. tu No ment was read. FHMticiiaa neatly rery summer that it had swallowed its young ones. will make poor blood are 340 610 cpturndes In all the States, ures," (Luskin ) AU tlie teacners ot tticky. A. Dyers; 2:3 p in No 10S, 23, R. for tho past fifteen ' year. Dr. Mile' Heart They were from twilve to fmr-ce- n rich. It is a food for over-taxe- d A. D Park; ThursdiySspt ifi, 8 a Kentucky has 3 956 membeis In good the county and friends of education Hood's Pills nre the favorite family m N) Ours U exactly what niche iu length F.inny Sanbitch: M a, m. are especially invited to attend 90 Implies) a lis nam digestion, so prepared standing. One thousand, teven hunrntlurtlc nnd liver medicine. Price No Wallace Rosson; 2:31 p. tu, No. This Is thliteen ntttlcM tint have and weak E It. Ray, Pres. 5 ure euro for a weak, llutterlnir, palpitating dred nnd seveuty five comrades died S5 been killed within three quillets of ' that it can easily be taken in from lime heart, and Pr. Mllo' Nerve and Liver Pills Jno. B Taywii, Instructor. 73, D. II Godsey. 30, 1896, to June 30, 1897, are moat excollenu" Oil or the nixt place for the Encampment n mile of each other this bummer-Hi7. II ShulU. Co. Supt. summer when Cod-livPr. Milt' UemedlM aro told by all drug- is tint for old fltdi? j gists voder a positive guarautee, first bottle even ordinary foods might repel. will be Cincinnati Ohio Gen. I. P. benefits or money refunded, Hook on Hoart t Liver tin The Floating Slulio Is New York S, Cobln wns elected Commander in mif and Nerve aeut free to all applicant. SCOTT it BOVNE, IMurate Your lliiirrl. Willi Cut uraU. and will soon return to Hartford. mole DJX MILE3 MElllfUIi CO.. Klkhart, Ind. dirtily CiwliariU', niro constipation toroter. I Das Hicks, Com. Chief. fur ula at !. aod (i.uo by all Jrugm.U. fiUl.drugitUts refund money lOo.Wc. Ill' 0.0 u. garding this important question: AVe have as usual a large stock ready to' supply you at prices lower than any huose in Ohio county. Wo bought early before s any advance in leather and can p sell them of course lower than g merchants buying now. KENTUCKY CROP REPORT. at J. E. Fogle & in another column. MissBirdie Nail visited friends nt Conditions of CropB nnd Llvo .See J. 15. Fogle & Co's line of fall Madisonvillc this week. pvrcals. - visiting tela Stock Soiftombor 1st. Mr. A D. White iscounty. Sec J. E Fogle &Co'sliite of dress lives in Anderson 1897. goods. IIon.jTs R. Wedding went to e Big lincVf fill clothing at J. E. Owensboro Thursday night. The report for September 1st is & Co's. Mr. Arthur Buskill is visiting his made up from replies teccived from Mrs. L. H. Bent i In on the sick list .larents at Point Pleasant this week. 150 correspondents, tcprcscntlng 98 counties. this week. Attotney II, P. Taylor nnd Col. W. New fall goods Fo-gl- JC&rge Special Havo always been tlio main feature of the Fair, ntiil luivo always imureil its succefs. Tlio finest stock in Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois competes Inr them. This Year's premiums nro up to tlio btriiilnnl ol former your. f remiums Tlio Races nre contests to eucourago tlio development of speed qualities. Trickery will bo debarred, and close and fair contests will be exacted. 23IO"SrOIL-E- ! 3R.-A.03I3J- S. ... Mans DF"2LiOn. A.JC ISCLXjiIj -- 111 , 1 J. Sec'y, Owensboro, ips We carry complete line of Priesmeyer custom made shoes from SI. 50 to $3.00 per pair, What we ery pair guranteed. OF CHILL CURES. to save you do propose money this line. Come and see our goods and prices and we the fact. will convince you low in Everything else Dr. R. A. Armistead's Ague Tonic. portion. new A complete line ties Dry Goods next week. Jh. OO., Proprietors, &2SiM FAIR & COMPANY, &tdfMwsftat&w0fr' t0Z!"ll'r?o2? fienry rjinsley XX.L3ra?X, ISLST. pniworc Freshest goods always kept Stock. in PRICES fhe LOWEST y. Kt Tab-lect- s. drm-gUt- Benefit Others. 11 - y, Poor Blood half-dolla- r es c Scott's Emulsion er e I Hypo-phosphit- es, lo w er OASTOIIIA. 3c2C0SS5r3fc rdUtfSE OASTOZUA. H .irtford Republican. 10, 1897. ' lltlDAY, Slil'T. nox "ve tlie se,,se t0 6ecu,e for nil nine n cunciicy nnsoiiiiciy sounu mid beyond the rcnch of Mich itiflti New York chccs in tlie future Tt.ti.n wI11 When 70U take Hood'a rills. Tho Mr, ol.l fun-tonelugir-coatcc- l rills, which tear ymi all to pieces, are not In It with Hood's, l'my to tako No Gripe 9 THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE, General Directory. STATU OI't'lCIAI.S. l 'ing Tioublcs nnd Connmiptlon cnti be cured. Vi Oovcrnor William O. Unulley. Limit. Ouvornor W. J. Worth-iii;tn'- i. AN OPEN 7, A woitinu nt McLenu.III , liisfiiiiul Orushod Donko In Ordor to Bo- - n new wny to brc.ik up gambling diin Iti t.icl, she broke up one oi etoro Gold to Circulation. them In evety sense of the wold. and eaijr to oiwratc, Is true H ot Hood's l'llli, which are Egf walked Into the room up to date In every respect H?" 2 1 at Changed from riflptn to Six-te- She merely to Oao to Iirlnir Gold Hack wh te licntVltcite A tiitninc instinct Bate, certain and itire. All -- Vt One Wko Tlionaht That All had told her that her 1hi.s1i.tiu1 was druggists. wie. C. I. Hood ft Co., Lowell, Mass. only Tills to take w IUi Hood's 8srsaurllU. Mnnklnd 11 ml n Frnlllcrtlon for squaiidcrlnj; lii-- t earnings nnd btfore The Cold Silver Democrat Who nolo-ItU- e the playuscoiitd protestor even i;rnp Jacknon Should ltend lllalnrjr. the situation she had grabbed tlie l'r lileneo nml ltrtillleiiliii. In less than hall a year after the band and vanished A lew wivtslike lmvo been unTho silver democrats ol l'l&ddent McKinley usually profuse Uils year In eulogies of this uruld Le better than a diziu or inauguration tlie two great agencies uf human adliovo atJefferson nml Jackson. Tbcy dtiifltieca. vancement Providcnccntiii Ripubllan. tempted to mako It appear to those A'i ixchntigp Rivei some reasons ism, hac the (oritur thnuigh bounwith democratic Instincts that it has liwm U10 regular tldng for 100 years for tor hard time: "We our.tlmVr tiful crops and the other wife IcgMn democratic statesmen to champion sll- ft Wi'llirmv nwny live ft nt which liiWi-- H&lorcd conmoney. Jefferson's oppo- rot and buy nrlK. cr and cheap We mtse fidence to dispiiring Industry sition to cheap money and repudiation our ashes and buy of debts, and his advocacy of a colnngo dogs mid bm hogs. We raise weds to the cuiintiy the pictuie ol ratio which should alvtaj's bokeptcloso and buy vrgel ih'M mid litoniu-i- . Wc lmlustt!nl and comiiKiii.it revival 011 been to the natural or market ratio, has wiih a f ur di.ll.ir c teh live cent n fcijei w,ic t)lt. ruuT h pocket-roroado clear during the last few months. nml jn(, ,i ,r Wc mii'd seho.dlif.u-c- s ,uhel f r his uhrnt, to The oppcals of the. silver democrats Gen. Jackson are mooting1 with the samo send .ur ht rrn (I tn be eritic.ittd. ' wtl(l m,,rt,t for evtrjllil-ij- he CongTCa-roan fate. In a recent speech Ami. Instlyupj send our hoj.scut wilh . m r,,iMHi, TI.e Piovldnitliil pait Joslah Patterson, of Tennessee, a loriyi'ol'nriim nnd and n ten dol miKht hive come timUrnuy ollur .id- after calling attention to tho fact that miiiisttiitiim but it cent experience previous to 1870 no American statesman lar ting to hunt ten rent biids." of any party approved of tho absurd t.ituht the ctitnitry that the RestoraItl'4lllllllll. doctrine that government can maintain Whereas. I'he P.itiiiers I.uirnnl. tion ol coi lideiice would not Willy, bimetallism regardless of natural raProvidence and re- " S Wondev. c.niics jl s' nielh tios, ppoko at somo length upon Jack- now td.tcl In puiilicntiism no marching together son's position on money and currency, atthehead of its cilumtis a Popllcro Is what he Bald: P.intigt.iph. Ohio county hind in hind "Xothlng within the range, of po- ulistDerm ctatic fusion w. ticket, when in .'.ict it is uoti.liu speclitical absurdity could equal the tacle, presented by tho followers of more or les than the Democratic Bryan when they met on the 8th of Jan- ticket, ut.dtt tit? cint-u- l a t'l in 11uary to euloglzo Jackson, who coura- agemont df the Duuocr.itic Commitgeously restored tho gold currenoy. under the "Ilavo thoBo gentlemen ever paused tee, and to be voted and, Where is, Democratic device long enough In their assault on tho prosperity of tho country to inquire why it ile said Farmers Jmrnil edited by was during Jackson's administration sn Wurslpy his desUred in ndviuci the ratio was changed from fifteen to sixteen to one? If, as they teach of the People.' P.itly Diviess county tho people, wo had tho concurrent convention th.it it would approve Olsilver faction of this convention. Therefore and gold of circulation from tho passage of tho act of be it Resolved by the I'ei.p'fV Par1702 down to tho suspension of the coinage of tho silver dollar in 1873, why ty ol Daviess county in convention that the Farmers Jourwas this change made? Arc they Igno- nssembled, rant, or do they disguise the fact that nal is not the Populists organ and uf ter the act of 1702 gold relatively to djes not represent the Populists of silver was undervalued and went out of Dak'.s county. circulation because it was worth a little more as bullion than as money? Do they forget or do they suppress the fact that gold remained out of circulation for more than 30 years prior to 1S34 ? "Aro thoy uninformed, or do they conceal the fact that statesmen Illustri- Eccentric Nobleman Laid His ous in dcmocratlo annals for many Floor With Sovereigns. years prior to the administration of Jackson advocated tho restoration of tho gold currency? Ilavo they never King George it. was once invite 1 read history, or do they withhold tho o it to dire with a weilthy nnd eccentruth, when they Ignore tho fact that tric old Dttl'p, who possessed more the bank of the United States selfishly opposed the restoration because the wouey than he very well knew what people would prefer its. bank notes to to do with. Upon this occasion, a currency so bulky and inconvenient wishing to impress His M j ."ty with ns silver? It was Jackbon who saw tho necessity for action, and who struck tho the immensity ol his idles, he had blow which crusned the bank and; the il mi of tht dinning hall paved brought hard money to the pockets fro'ii end to t i.d with sovereigns, the of the people. It was Thomas II. Benltend being up E .ch coin was stuck ton, speaking for the administration of Jackson, who declared in the seoate in a mixture f lile, which soon drie, that tlie only way to crush tho power leaving the precious 'tile" securely of the bank was to restore gold to cir- fastened. When the King arrived culation. Hero was tho necessity and and uas shone wh.it hud bten done in only reason for tho passago of tho the act of 1834 establishing tho ratio of h'r honor his amazement knew no bounds, nnd it was with difficulty he sixteen to one. ' "The similarity between the discus- could be persuaded to set loo" upon sion which took place in 1834 and the the golden fi or. In 1896 is discussion which took place striking and Instructive. Hard money democrats, in supporting the policy of The life ol lather, brother, sister, Jackson, advanced the same arguments mother, w!;en one is traduced and nd- which the sound money democrats anccd in supporting the policy of s auriered ull suffer alike. Think f Cleveland. If tho hard money deni- - tht he. dac'ie. the bitter briney teirs ocrnts insisted that the undervaluation thtil hivp s d. letted m.inv beautiful , of gold by the act of 1702 forced it out , , h d t.liA nniinM Tlrm ' WHAT JACKSON DID. Hood nlo en Mil seiidTiikHit pui'.u iiorn.KS ( (1flteni)ot his Ntw lliscoveiy to any ! HI(I'lllmntiHn Cnusuilipllnii TttbetCiilosls)ind nil hronclitHl.thro.it, luiivr nnd chest iIhcis' s, stiibboiu r uhs, c.itarrluil hfTuctiotis, gimrd decline nml'weakmss, loss of fi sit. in d conditions ol wisting nwiy, will r Clmrlm I'inlcy. S.vri'tnryol'Stiito Silontist Mules I'ue OfiVr V. S. 'I'uylor. Aitorney Oeiipntl to our Kendeis. 'Vtulitor Hiiiiiuel II. Stoni), Tr- usurer Geo. W. Long. C'linunWniicr oi Auriculni-- '. Unr The dtitincii',lipil New Yolk Cheiu I Smiiuiiu Liicus ', I. A, Hlfciiiiii demott'lrHtiiiK Ids ilciil'iiro nml '1'iviiviln lelbib'e nud nbsnliiti Mocirt). 11 - timlnrnl New York Cliimlstniid WE AUK ASSKUTINO IN T1IK COURTS OUIt RIGHT TO THE ' INCLUSIVE USE OK THE WORD CASTORIA," AND " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," A3 OUR TRADE MARK. To MOTHERS. LETTER li-- t srp h , J ,.) : I 1- lr 1 Subscribe ior tlie lini'tfurd Republican and Louisville Commercial botli for willing for them i His "New Soien'ilie l" Il 's cured thouaiid.s perm.inentlv tiv its titlieli imp, nttd he consldirs it H si'iiple pri fessiomil ditlv to Mill, lititf hitm.ii.l his in to doii.de a tiiul coMiitre-io.vAlitllihlo rure, LimK Hon. William Si'iutlnr Sc.enrt' daily dt vi lops ncv iviim his. nud this cte..i ihemisi, p.iiirtit-l- s.iv, Hon. ) C. K. Illni'kliiirii. txpcniiHiiiiiig lor tMi", h is pr lieprpseiitntivo Fourth District rluccd tesults ss bentlioi.il to hiiurini Hon. John W. Lewis ty s,s can be cl linlrd iv any HTATR I.t:(IISI.ATltlli:. genius Ills iisnTlion that lilt gltmib Hon. A. D. .1 mill's. lev nml conrturptiui are cur.ible in any climate is tuoven bv Itpprcentiillve Ohio County lion. lie litre t Utter.- ( fgrntitii'te, "filed inlusAi-.ic- r (J. M. lLirtiPtt. iiMti nn-European l.ilioratoties in thotts.itiils from those ctiic-- in all OHIO COUNTY, puts ol the Wi ild ciiicurr I'otiisr. Medical nxpetts concede that Iimu linn W. T. Owon, Jiulgc-Ow- ens chial, chest mid lilii Itnuoles leid to lioro. Consumption, wjijch uuinliitiiptcl. linn. J. Kdwiti Ilowo, Attorney tneiiis speedy and cent lain death. Sltnplv write to T A Slociim M Oiv(uhoro. C , 98 Pine sheet Neiv Yoik, ivi u T. II. Ulftclc, .Isiilor -I- lurtimii. po'.totlice nnd expiess address, and 0. II. Likrns, Clork Mariloid. 11. I). Uingo, Muster C'ominissiuncr the free meHjcine will be p'omptly sent Sttffeui.s should instant ndenu Ilnrttiirtt. tnge of his generous proposition G 15 Likens, Trustee Jury Fund t'iease tell the Doctor Unit you saw Hartford. his offer in tl.e Riu'UnucAN. Cal. V. Keown, Sheriff-Hartf- ord. 1 1 t. y r ill ctcd render 1 f TitK Uui'tiiii icn PITCHER, of Htjannis, Massachusetts, was tho originator of " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," tho samo m cvcr tS Putilic liistriiPllnii-Ci- -i that has homo and does now . M. wrapper. hear (ho facsimile signature of (Jm&zT&Z&m Utlsipr Litml Olllri' (.'hits t). This is tho original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been lllllll. (iisiirnnco liuiiiu Cnnuniviiiiu used in tho homes of tho Mothers of America for over thirty W. Comiiiguro. LOOK CAREFULLY at tho wrapper and see that it is 11 '"ollifr. years. Adjittunt Ooiiprnl-- 1). on tho -- --' Siitp Librnrinn Mrs. Mury IJrown the hind you have always bought .i). and has tho signature of G&&x7&&&k wrapi:II.K0AI' CUMilIS8l"Ni:i!S. per. No ono has authority from me to uso my name exInn C Wood, uhttinmui; J. l' cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. IL Fletcher is I)cnip'v, II. 8. Irwin. Seotetnry Sutiiiivl F. Ilrmvn. President. Jx Q& March S, 1S9T. (.'. DR. SAMUEL n.ivi-on-Ill-D' Do Not Be Deceived. &iMn .. Do not a cheap (because gredients endanger the life of your child by accepting substitute which some druggist may offer you he makes a few more pennies on it), the inof which even lie does not know. FAC-SIMIL- "The Kind You Have Always Bought" BEARS THE E SIGNATURE OF C&L&0$ Insist on Having The Kind That Never Tailed You. Tho Republican and the St. Louis Semi-weekl- y Globe Democrat one year for $1.75. S.1111110I Keown Deputies Ilarllntd .loo Roberts, Fonlsvillr; Tlinii. H. liishop, Ccntcrlown; S. T. Stevcne, Cromwell. Court convenes first Monday in Mnrchnud Ausimt and coiitiuuotlirrc weeks, nml third Monday in May and November two weeks. COUNTY COt'ltT. . w I. S '. pat mont, 0 PAVED WITH GOLD. papers 81.25 Remember Bullington will givr you n good shave, hair trim or .shampoo. A John P. Morton, Judge Hnrttonl. D. M. Hocker. Clerk Hnrtlord E. P. Neal, Attorney-IInrtfor- d. Court convenes first Monday each month. QUAirrKIU.Y COUHT. , per l'nr Null Begins third Monday III desirable farm of one hur dred January, on theJuly and October. April, acics, situated near Ilartlord. well COUItT OF CLAIMS. watered, a good otched, two hundred Couveues first Monday in Jiiniinry, bearing trees, good buildings, nnd in and Tuesday after theseomd Monday pood community. For fuitlier particulars call at tills office nt once, t.' iu October. OTIIEIt COUNTY OFFIcril?. KVKKY nipnil.or ti KVKItY Inmily cm KVKKY fnrin, in KVKKY village, 111 KVKKY State and Terriloiy. KOKKdiiciilHUi, FOR Nolilo.Manhood, 1'OU True Woiimnlwiod. 1 year. All CASTORIA Tor Infants and Children. Si fj- - the County news; all y -- Ires H rHl. KverTliod Says So. ITItT the State unscarets camlv UallmrUc, tlie most iron- medical ilfsccncrv of Uiu age, picas. ant and rofreslunc to tho tasic, actRCntly and positively on ki.liioy, liver nnd liuncls, clcausliiR tho cutli'i systi'tn, dls.cl cold, ciinilipuilnclio. fovor. Iinliltunl rnnstlnalloii and lil!lnusne. Plrasii buy and try a box .'.0 ccnlv bold and of O. O. C. 10, Ruurautccd to cure by all druggists. derul rixciirslioia. c news. t nifrttilntlrtn mnnAtr obrats InsUted that the proposition in the Chicago platform to undervalue sll- -. er, it carriea lnro eneci, wouia Dnng about tho samo result. "If tho hard money democrats recognized that the act of 1792 had no perceptible influence on the commercial value of either, gold or silver, and tho only way to restore gold to circulation was to change the ratio, thesound money democrats recognized that the free mintage of silver at tho ratio of sixteen to one when tho market ratio was thirty-twto one, vrould result InevIf tho itably in silver monometallism. hard money democrats contended "that all mankind had n predilection for gold," the sound money democrats contended that a gold standard was to a sliver standard. If the hard money democrats, In order to main- o pref-erab- lo ' ilemocrats resisted the scheme to over-alu- e silver ro as to force the retirement ' of gold. If the hard money democrats, after the passage ot the act of 1834, pointed with pride and exultation to tho prosperity which followed the restoration of tho gold currency, the sound money democrats have never faltered In warning their countrymen of the disaster which would follow its retire- - ' mont. "The truth Is, the csuntry Is indebted to the hard money democrats, of whom Jackson was the chief, for tho gold standard. I could go on and show how tho act of 1831 had an effect exact- ly opposite to that of 1870, how under the operations of the same inflexible economic law gold went out of circulation under the one and sllicr under the other, how congress in 1853, on account of the retirement of etlver, was forced to coin It ns subsidiary money in order to supply tho people with small change, nnd how the silver dollars ceased to flow from the mints and gold was coined In a1 ove Decision i great qunntlties. But this is foreign to 'ie I'.t the the Illinois Ce. ir,. .1 sold In iny text.nes aid v.ir mi; turns "Jly purpose Is to show that the ad- .i'ri's,i.t n.p'uding lickt on snip vocates of the Chicago platform navo no d right to conjure with the name af An- daily, go to riiurii until November 7 drew Jackson. That platform had no oi ni.d tin. ml'iuififtirktts lMing limii ''nih, ten days nud sei n proutMlitut In the history nnd traditions lii'kits on Tutsilny nml him of the democratic party. It promUesa ii,ib of cell wtek with limit ol now dtapuniullon In monetary science ' ,,iu8i Fl)r , p,llti xlUtn ns llfiliF llritfilmfl nr in tho philosophy ot fiwn to winch ot the above applies Irom its great leaders. our neaievt Railroad Station in with the Illinolj Cential Rail V. Imve killwl dee coinage; the io.nl, cull on or midribs your ticuieM prlw ol sdver linn fallen by lully 30 railroad Ticket Agent, jierceiti the price of vhe.it h.u nd Wm Muruav, Uiv. Pass, Agent, vnnre 75 per cent ti the fdrmer nml Ne' Oth-nn- s ou j.t.r cent on the seuboid. No one Jno A. facoTT, Div. I'.ibH. Agent, onu tm iloludeil by tuo notion mat Moiiipiiin, fro c image Is n remedy lor an thing. A jj Hanson, o i. a.. Chicago, lu the stcond place, in the preseut W A Krai.n.Ni), a 0 t'.A , LouUville, nonJitlou of things, the farmers are PRRU' remedy. They have . HlcjclcUoU Watch,in aoun. . I1DI KCKhiiih Ulmn.l king. a scnourtbip iu lor one. Thty know that no nt Tlirmiasliou'iirractlcalUuMii they un prospering In fair proportion coiikc. Naiiiviiie, Tenu. ! or.o . .1..1. Tcr...a. ..lll o.l ,.:.l .U V.ICII ll.UUV.Ijr, R....I M.t4 'M..W nrihlpln mo.t any oilier reputable butliicucol-lti;- e can be kecurcd or literary off their mortages. by dnliiRftlllds kIiooI in tlie L'. rl.for the Youth' They ere piylng woilj ut borne lounml. 71 1 viewipng out their flortlng A.lvw..nr. nil llluklrolf.l kenil.mniilhlvtone, aim It n ticMUiiu character, moral In They nre ixectlng ami tipeilally intercHti.it; uad luofltalile to ouhk 11' t nml profit by tiro-- I bly ext ecllng to have money tn ilr Imt lend Willi Ha 'c f all ui,l, bturivn and oilier luletotii g W by It lemnins to be seen if llluilraicd. Baiii)lei..iicicnt fr. ' Ann v.,ulcd, AdJiunoutliH' Aihorate llib tl i c uury, with this grct Influence ta, ri4ilnilk', Ycuu. Mcutlou tin-- pajwr money removed, iroivnu, unden alued siller by making the coin- oge ratio sixteen to one when tho mar- ket ratio was 15,58 to 1, the sound money IU1IJ II1U brum UUlil'UUJ WS1CU i ' I CKEAM IMLK ! m.o.ltlviTtirc. Apply Into the nostrils. It la qnlckly borbed. to Oh how Is iuniHtisl at DrncpI.H or by mall J tomplra tor. by mall. ccnU guuiei.ts if ELY UltOTHERg, e Warrca BL, New York City. cateltil we khuu'.d be abi.ut s net minors and giving wings to ONE OF TWO WAYS. tie evil iiuniniitiuii of the base. G d uraut that o word f r.urs may e'er unbilur pnds.d.len the life of The bladder w.is ceated ior one Tl hi' yf purpose, namely, n. rtceptacle tor the Etchmge. an Intircen soul " urine, and ns such it is not liable to Ir7 vi;;er. any form ot disease except by one of Cdnrnto Y.mr lrnnrrla M'ltli Cm...re:. . euro constlpatlan foieier. Ci'n.ly first way is from iru ' ' "' T.t-y w.ijs The ""TTrf v 1 rj. lOcSS?. IfU. O.O rill. lrM!ru'ltR refund munuy ptifict" action ol the kidneys. The am -- . &nt api a wny is Irom careless local m t k a n 1 IllU'lllru'h riilcn nlvc. vsofiiwa V tieatuunt ol other diseases. Tin Best Salve in the woild for Im-CIHFl' CAUSR. Notwithstanding our burnt-nu- t Ju'y we nre still lieiid(iiar!ers ior nl( Cuts, Hruioc.-- , Solos, U'cers. Silt U.liiallliv urine irom unhealthy RhiMim, KrverSoies, Tetter. Ch.'ippid killllii ot kldneisis ihechiel cause ot bladder Corns, niui all trnuhle1 ll,in liiliibtit's. So the womb, like the Ivruplious, md positively curts bl.idder, wiscteated lor one purpose, Skin ft is and 11 ni't doctortd ti.o much is not Be-PiUs, or 110 jmv riquiud (piali'y ol .Steel ni.d riiillril P'ohs. Both Wnlkingnnil Biding Urn' guarmiti-it" vlve pertcilsKtilHCtion li.ibl.- to eal:nss or diea.se, ixccpt Diil!, Check row Planter, Biding mid Walking Cultivator" viih run' Puce 25 rei ts tnraieccs or niones refunded It i sitiuted back of per box. Fur sale by Williams & nnd vi'ij close to the h'nddtr, thete-(oi- e without tonsiiiv, Dihc Hnrrou-H-, Fencing Wiro plain and liatbrd. OMuirni Bell. 13 1 yr. nnVp'in. disra'f or inennven Mowers nnd Biiiili,n,llub,r Tliicsluiig MaeliituTriictioii eiigincK. All nlmvi lence nmnleitdin the kidneys back mp'einfiuH are gniiratiired to be i.l llio beet quuliiy. Firbt ciifs tcpnititif. bladder nr tinnarv pipage is olten, EXCURSION TICKETS n specially, n'fn n full lino ol to female of all kiniN doiii- - prompt')'. by niiMnkp, ft r hnted VIA Till! ieak'es i't iml ttfiuble oi some leriiliz'r.ofortobdrc'0. Y .11 will find us nt'-mo'd,eliiiid on First and Tl.e MUt li easily made and Riilnmd St Come in and pee in. . riny e ns e.iMlv avoided. To find VJ yimi mine nside fur rut roricctU, TO THl ; a (.rdimtnt r set twenty lout lniir UEAVKH DAM, KY, thng 'indiciitth kidiny or bladdtr timiti'i- - The mild and ihccttraor "lr ' dttmry iff n ol Dr K'llmer's Swamp-Rcrf- it mid the great kidney, nnd blad V ,d l;.p.ihitloll derrnuidy i mioii reilutd It you l.iUlli.itl HlHi those r.earand d.ar. If the tongue speaks the truth then the gr ater woe, but il it speaks falsely, the words cut the sensitive soul d.iwn into the dust of humillhtion much t e same Think of the torrow tlr t broods like n pill over man) a home bc.ut ca ul.d has I csmiiclud tl.e ' ot evil You need Both papers. I J&rfsMfafi- OASTOXUA. Kentucky Trotting Hoise breeders' Association, Lexington, Ky., on sale Oct 4 to 16 1897. good till O.-t- . iSth to return, $5 55 National l'.rc.mpment Son ol Veterans, Indianap'lis, Stpt. 9 ti 1 1, '97, tickets on sale Sept. Sand 9, gooj tu. Sept. 16 to tttum at J6 65 IJncampmtnt U. lonVttei.m l.eaiK Columbus O , S pt 22 and 2j 897 tickets on sale Sept 21 and 22 good till Sept 2S to return, $" 25 Meeting Grand I.o'ge K nil1, Frankloit, Ky . O t 16 to 22, licit ts on sale Oct. 18 and 19, g..ol tttl O. t. II. Mr.TtnicK. 23 to return. $4 S' Aat. Meavei Da 11 all important news of the Nation. IT pvee n I iinporlant nun sol tlm World. IT given the moat reliable nuirkut reports IT 'ives tuilliutit nud instructive cditoruile. IT pivi-i- i fn?ciiintiu: flmrt storirn ford. IT pives nil unexcelled ngricultuiul ilcpartmoiit.. L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur It tiiveri f cirntifit and uiecliiiiiicnl inlormatioii. Springs. IT gives illustrated lashion nrticlet. C. II. Ciimphcll, Poorhouse IT uiveihuiunr'imillii;trntioii9. Keeper, Hartlnrd. ITgiviseutcrtiiiiiment to young nnd old. JUiTicia' cotutTs. IT gives (ntiln"iim evrvwhiru to overvhody. A. S. Aui.i, March 3, June I .Sep anil NEW YORK WEEKLY We tiiinUli I'llK KKl'UHLICAN 1, December 1. tember TKI1IUNE, holli papers JontB. Wiis.)n March 0, June 5, I September 4. December 4. Vi, C. L. WotuiwAiiii-Mir- cli Juno 11, September 10, December 10 Jas A. Bowi ki March 20 Juue Adilrrrg ull orders to the 10, September 18, Dpopiubor 18 II. F. Gi:.vvra -- Marcii 2"i, June 20, September December, 24 U'rito our iiniiip ami uiidics! on a pi.tnl card, send It to Geo. W. Bm Room 2, Tribune lluil.ltn, New York Cit, and sample copy olTIIK I KIBtV-'- l will lit mailil to you NHV VOKK G. S. Fitzhugli, Surveyor Sulphur Springs. N. C. Daniel, Aossor Cromucll. ',. II. Shultz, School Sunt. Hart- IT jiives I ONE YEAR MAilTFOlU) KKPriiLICAN, VVIvl-Kl.- 2-- KIKE'S atM3l1&aefAfi Kr-Y'- SHORTHAND INSTITUTE ?. F., CilU BOOK-KKKPIN- COLLEGE Cor. 5tlt and Market Sts, e 1 ojivs'roni.. 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