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DISTRICT, flMhingdse like it:" The most refreshing and pleasant doap lor the skin. $Mm-4.CDICATED. : IIATITFOIUVKY., FRIDAY, SEPT. L7, 1807. No. 8. (GUTANEOUSi cjSoAPi; WTm j ' i Nature, get ready for It, thcro In tio telling what tuny happen. Child-birtIs full h of luieerUiinticH ii not given iropcr assistance. If Paper is What the Farm Journal has Proven to be It is not Mother's Friend U tho licst help you can hbo nt tills time. It Is ix liniment, and when regularly tip. Populistic Of- ' plied hcvcral months Ix'foro liaby conies, It ntnkeiUhond vent amy nnd nearly pain-leIt relieves mid prevents "morning nlcknoas," relaxed tho orerttrnlned rellovcH tho distended feeling, short-en- s lalwr, makes recovery rapid and certain without uny dangerous Mother's friend is good for only ono purpose, viz.: to relievo inothi'rhood of danger mid pain. $1 dollar per bottla nt nil ilrufr etorc , or tent by mall on rcetlpl of price. Kin: it IIookk, containing valuable Informs-tlofor women, will bo rent to any address mus-clenftcr-eflectf- l. atall. The Endorsement as ficial Organ & KEEP YOUR JT" BOWELS IImm kiimmi .. WITH ... fe tfk n, in OS? .r afcfe B ,ANDY CATHART3C OfPooplo'o Party of Unvioss County Wltdrawn. Tho Citizen's Lino ot Bat- m CURE CONSTIPATION Umii application to THIi URAUriELD REGULATOR Atlanta, Oi. wSS CO., tle The recent action c the Farmers Journal, the local paper which was once a People's Paity orgnn but now supports a Democratic Populist fusion ticket, in abus'uj tlte Popu'ists in this county for having cooperated with members of thj Republic tn party in lorming an independent Citizen's ticket, deserves more thin n passing notice, and as that highly esteemed dispenser of newspaper wisdom i3 slightly in error, n few words ol explanation are needed. The editor ol that paper, it seems, has yet to learn Ihedifierencc between niiion nnd The course pursued by that paper is in direct opposition to tile choice of the Kentucky State convention, as the following resolution, recommended by the Committee of Oigani.ition, ano unanimously ratified by the con will duly demonstrate: "We advocate prompt organic ttion on strictly parly lines, in conformity with the principles ol lite People's Party, as enunciated Omaha nnd St. Louis, nnd advise all members ol the party, by their best tfiort, to organize bj precincts, districts and counties, tegardless of the organization of any party other than their own. "The committee nlso recommends that cordiality of feelings with all true reformers out side our party lines should be expicsscd, by bringing about the ol all reformers and rc'orni elements under the pjtty device the Plow and Hammer, or else under a citizen device separate and apart from any national device." It is easily seen by the abivc para graphs that the P. J. brand ol Populism is in error, and tint the Populist o! Daviess county are acting in strict nicort'ance wtih the ncvice ol the Populists of Kentucky The Populists of Daviess county are uttprally opposed to union that will ever force us to vote tinder the device ofnny old party. The Fanners Journal has sactiflced all pirty principles il it has any, to ignore the or ler of tile State convention and vote the Demccratic ticket. It is not "Populist DeiiKctatic" ticket as that paper styles it, hut a straight Democratic ticket, with a Populist sandwhich iti to make it cnier to wasli down. Will itbepriuted and styled "Populist D.mocratis" on the official ballot? Hardly. And it is ccttainly a ma ter of reasoning that if an individual will fight for the election cf the Democratic ticket he must be it Democrat, either iu heart or pocket, nnd for Hint reason the Farmers Journal rannot be propctly termed n Populitt newspa;en-tiowell-know- n lf 10c, 25c, 50c. dF Wanled-AnTdBa'S- $f muo. A mn a.M.o rum 0f ftltUlUflL UloLiLM:ii. T- -. ALL , DRUGGISTS. JA V.f1HUmUU5 uj: vist-ajci- int mi. No occupation Is belter calculated frScViurrisfrrie fon tut to call lot tli the- - learning of the man TOIUCNuituirr- - DATH nf science than tint ol ngtiiultuic, . euuii kJ.rim.GrcoY.ti..' nnd none iu whiih a lrni can engage with more lion ir, ot to which more It lasts twice as long; as others. honor bhou'd he atti'chcd, Good A trial will convince you of Its great fatmiug is the mainspring of national merit. Will please the most fastidious. progress. Tile farmer who calU to CHARLES F. MILLER. his aid the light ol modern science FRCNCH MILLED TOILCT Mfr. ol SOAPS AND PERFUA1ERY, and doubles his crop per acre, is justly Lancaster, Penn. entitle to mure praise thin he who ESTAGLISHBD, I8A9. builds cities. When the first assemt of agriculturists ol France was bly held, its first president said: "AgriPROFESSIONAL CARD. culture is the noblest ol professions; stable as the earth, whiclt lightens; free as the air, which gives it life; it ripens reason, fortifies the character AW nnd elevates the soul toward the Creator by the continual spectacle ol the iiAirrroiti). ky. miracles ot creations. Agriculture is Will practico his prolcssion in Ohio seated upon the granite upon which and adjoining counties, and court ol the state reposes." All houor, then Appeals. Special attention given Office east side of puKfi to agriculture as a science, as an art, collections. square and as the mainstay ol the natiou. s 1 JTTBIEY JT f lrnt?ct your ldfti tber mur lirln you wealth. Wrltit JOHN WEDDniUJlTllN A CO., I'atont AUnr. Lot a. U aablngiiin, I). , for their l,to) l.rlto offer imp ImoilreJ .mention wauled. b4 mt of t.n...fa uicjjutjxr T. niutur ff..t. ....t.. r s ut. uuwtu tunA..t..1 iuu ....f. icyuuuc i uen ici tuuuiucr TL fA them. Cascarets will educate, your bowels and make them act just right, jmmm vMwwu.bu OASTOniA. Curo Constipation Forever. Tako Oiscarets Candv Cathartic. 100 or5c If C U. C fall to cure, druggists refund money. M. I,. Heavrin. Shelby Taylor. MERCHANTS A ftMmttH uMxum SIIrnmnjsmt AUSTIN F. f. & & iiiaui. Yvtur. uuwcu aiiutit uiiu iLtjJ mini ai.uiijj au nib round. Cascarets kill disease germs throughout the. system, year and prevent all summer complaints. Don't wait till you get sick, but let CASCARETS protect youl UTAH DrvjsUt5, or by mall lor price, loc, 15c. 30c, a box, .Sample and booklet' free. Addrc-SJtRLINO KEftCDYCOlPANY, vt CMcatos MutnI.Can.l N rfk. HOTEL k County," when in fact it is nothing more or less than the Democratic ticket, under the control and management of the Democratic committee nnd to be voted for under titc Democratic device, and "Whereas, The said Farmers Jour nal, published by said A. S. Worse-lehas declated in advance ol the People's Pttty convention of Davies3 county that it would oppose the action of this convention, therefore be it "Resolvtd, by the People's Party of Daviess county, in convention assembled, that that the Farmers Journal is not the Populist organ and does not represent the People's . party of Davies county.' r Carried imnhuous- iy. The course to be pursued by The Citizen will be far different. It will stand firm for in all afftirs of principle, and in local affairs will support and work for the election of the Citizen's independent ticket, as we believe and know the men whose names appear thereon to be manly, honest, and qualified to fill the positions to which they aspire. Its action will always be in accord with the true principles of Populism, nnd cannot conscientiously coincide with the Farmers Journal idvocating the Democratic ticket, even if the names of a lew former Populisms do appear thereou. Ohio y, muldle-of-the-roa- 0. AUSTIN, M'B'r., iai west juarifot oirooi ues twnen 5th and Oth, JF m& At?;H m 4f 4T la RnorneysatLaw HARTFORD, KY. HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, Louisville, Ky. ClkkkS: J K. I.. B t-- A I NE'S MEMORY. IIAKFR AND 1 T. O BAKF.R. Novor Forgot a Faco or tho Nnmo of An Acquain- Louisville Dental Co., tance. Upon taking editorial charge ol the Kennebec Journal Mr. Blaine soon familiarized himself with Maine poll-tic- s by studying the files of The Journal, and he studied them closely as far back as 1SC5. By this means he soon became the best posted man in the State ol Maine politics, and he was looked upon as authority. His fli OWE.NSBOKO.KY. Gold Crowns $5 to $7 4W.H.it. I'otceinin Crowns 3 to 5 Heat set ol teeth (uo bcttvr tundc no Mistier how much you pay) . f 8 Cold fillings $1 up Silver filling 75c K trading, pel tooth 35c 1 unless extracting with Vitalized Air 50c Retracting iree when Artificial are ordered. Office permanent Te"ili ly lic.itcd Wanted-AFl- dla rratMt vnar fdfAtt Hit mar l.Mntr vmi VTatth. Wrlto JOHN WKbDUlUUIlN ft CO . Patent Attor-Wuhlnatnn, 1. C.,for Ibrlr bo),Hit ot two tiMDilreil InvriiUous ajl.&w 1H10 offer wwitrtt S&3 lJ The Citizen "Jon'tlolarco Spit and biuolo lour life Amr. To quit tobacco easily nnd foiovcr, bo rang netlc, full of life, ncrro nud vigor, take Bac,tfcavoii4er-ttorl;cr- , tbat makes wenltrucn strong AH druggists, Wo or (1. Curo martin- Iloo'.ilct nnd Eaiuplo free. Address teed Sterling Ilcsiody Co., Chicago or Now York. . able editorials during the campaign bringing up political matters of the past showed careful research, and they were copied widely. It was while editor of The Journal that he was one day stopped on the streets by nn old lady whom he had never seen before and asked to write up the wed-- , ding of her daughter, which occurred the night before. Blame had served his time iu congress and went to Maine to speak during his campaign, when at the close of his speech he began shaking bauds with the masses crowded around him. And old lady with wrinkled bnw and whitened hair, bearing a babe iu herarin3,opproach-eand offered her hand "Why, how do you do?" said Mr. Blr.ine. "Where's that daughter ol yours I wrote up that wedding notice d ubotit?" JNlllll'C. per. TASTELESS HILL TDNI Li WARRANTED. PRICLZSOcts. Parle Medicine Co., bt. Ixmla, Mo. C.ntloiuen: Wo M list year, Kd boltlsa el auovK'ti TAtrrKMaut chili, tonic nnd taso lijuiilit tureo uruM already tbla roar. In nil ur ei peru-ncof It rears. In tho drug bnalncu. bare nayer sold on article that vnva utti unlTCr.al Mtla uun Irulr. SK.Uuu u lour Tuulc. AIIMCV,CAUlt&,CO. Y O AT. ATI A, It was owing to that action that the following resolutions wete adopted at the recent convention: "Whereas, the Farmers Journal, now published by A. S. Woroley, keeps at the head of its columns "Populist-Democra- t Fusion Ticket of rsaEEasszsiEazsr 5 lOJUSTASOOOD FOR ADULTS. II LS., NOV. 10, ISM. Mothers! rpuit and i4k r SkJgr dlscom-- I - Extracts from the laws of the State of Kentucky, sectiou 800: Unlawful to get on cr off trains while iu motion penalty. It shall be unlawful for any bersou, other than passengers and employes, to get on or off on the outside, or to swing on or to hang on from the outside of any engine or cars while the same ; is in motion, or switching, or imuiedittely pjtcediug its moving or switching. Any pethon violating tiie provision of this section bhall be fined not exceeding ten dollars for each offense. Of, fleets nud agents of all I, C. Railroads will sec that above provisions of the laws are enforced. A W. Sullivan, Gen. Supt. July 1, 1S97. "Poor Lucy is dead," said the old lady, nnd her eyes filled with tears. "This is her child." The mau with the big, kind heat t reached over and and kissed the little blue eyed girl. During the Greely campaign in S72 ex Governor Cumbick ol Indiana spoke with Mr. Dlaiue in Springfield O. This was early in the campaign. Just before the election Mr. Cumback. was sent up in Blaine's 1 iiiiii A Book for. Young nnd Old. Ly OUR RECORD I I J 1 , I' ! r'wCURE jpjj NERVOUS U EstAl87aif 250,000 DISEASED BLOOD SKIN IV IB M K forts dangers of cniia-oiriuca- u be almost iirety avoiucu.A. v P WineofCardul-Wl- eu-- J sf av ! t tivrmt rclievcaex- pcctaui $$, rnleby Vi'lams& Dtll. Business, It liiom-er- s. gives rJlf WB& i lilltlls roRA 3. rituatlon.H Sbfe PHONOGRAPHY, I elegraphy gs Ifcf ffV) 4V muh WILBUR nuts them in condition to do their work That makes pregperfectly. nancy less painful", shortens labor nnd hastens recovery after child-birtIt helps a woman bear strong healthy children. irxxanSrJ:. LEXINGTON, vurisiuniiii, : R. SMITH, KY.f I'ur circular of lila famom and reaponalUa COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY Anuidtd nrdal Ht World's Kxpo.ltlou. In po.llnin, !'"''." i""!5".,.anl,. of arotuatoa Including tiv.1 urPull llualnrM Course, lino. Hook. nj Hoard In famllr, about fJ. Tu. tfmSW lias also brought happiness to thousands of homes barren for years. A few doses often briugs joy to loving hearts that long for a darling baby. No woman should neglect to try it for this trouble. It cures nine cases out of ten. All druggists sell Wine ofCardul. fi.oo per bottle. For adrlca In cites requiring special direction,, address, tWInr symptoms, tiia "Ladles' Advisory Department,'1 The Ctiattanocca Medicine Co., Chitta-nooi- a. "TTi K.nluckrUnlT.rillr Diploma, under oral. awardnl ar.diutca. Llltrarr Uoura. free. If doilrpd. Xnternow. (Ir.ilu.tn.iiccci.rnt oMar lo Ad, I.o.unllun. ifotir Utttrt r.a.a a., adjrri. om& WILBUR R.SMITH, LEXINGTON.KVi r i mslSSscJinfftSA.. iiaifiii'irFjjj.vriun vr. i'1 ."&.. Jll V.V JiiriTtjiV.i.ViV.T srlUJlt!liiS S MIHIIIt. Mt!r. bmnffntv.Wr hlllw. .iifw rinS Tau. B vrr t1 tttttt.t i . tss&im wrjfonuQ Itil RUf II iih;d(K.ii sf va srwirak'' &w t,TMM i : tlll mourn nr'a kw Mrs. LOUISA HAM, orjcnerson,Ct.,Siyit ruo raroe "When I first look Wins ofCardul we bad been married Hares years, but could not havo any children. Mine months later I had 1 fins girl baby," I'll. I1111 ilauccck county, like Daviess, has a ticket, made up from the People's and Democratic patties, nifd in the whole preseuts very c Jin menduble local ticket Uiilike Mclean and Ohio comities, the legislatives ofl'icis have been tvtaiucd by the Populist, and the ticket is in ..ccoid-miwall the resolution pasted by the State Convention, "tinder rt st patate nnd opart from that of In this county tlte any tdd p.itty " same piopjsition was made to the Democrats as was latt-- r accepted by the Rcpub'licfiiis, but a display of stlfi liness was made, and because the Populists would not Mtnender paity jirinrlp'e- - and fdlow the entile ticket to be pluced under the device nf the Democratic patty it was pot accepted. The Republicans, however, seemed to luve a deiire for good government and it form nioie at hcatt that politicnnd readily agreed to co al in forming nn independent'tiek- ct, to be tun under the device of The Horn-- , mid allowed the Populists oil Is this not the if ablative offices. much belter than a fusion, such as is 11 ce de-vk- c e u, I 9 $ MEN pURJPj;1 - PRIVATE "J LEASES U I! Jj M 250,000 YOUNG MAN o CURED SKW? in naturo flnncil state to make a speech. He was told by the committee that he would find Maine people very stiff and inhospitable nnd quite different from the western people. Mr. Cumback was however at his enthusiastic reception there being large crowds everywhere, and he never had a more enthusiastic meeting than at Augusta. He told Blaine of the incident and his agreeable disappointment. "Oh," said the statcman, "they had a man of unusual stuff to get them stirred up ! Such a man on a speech as you ate would have a good reputation anywhere." "But what do you know about my speech?" asked the governor. "Didn't you speak with me over at Springfield?" said Blaine in a way as a reminder. Then he went ahead and told Mr. Cumback all about his speech, of the crowd present and gave promptly all th: mam points of the speech and even named the party with them He also remembered at what hotel they put up and what day of the week it was Another instance of Blaine's great memory is cited in the following story, as told by Mr. Cumback. On ling the Garfield camptign Mr. Blaine spoke in Cumback's town. He wns entertained by Mr. Cumback and driven over town. "There's n sick rain in that house there that has been talking you up for president lor four or five years," said the governor, "and he thinks there is uo one like Jim Blaine," "Me for president?" said Blaine. ' Yes, you for piesident. Do you want to stop and go in to see him a minute? Nothing would please him better." They went in and remained a ft w minutes Blaine trotted the children on is lap and talked freely with the sick man, whose name was Datid Kerr. Biaine and the Governor met at Gain Id's inauguration. "How tire jou, Will?" asked Blaine An 1 he asked all about the men he had uiet in Cumback's town several mm, .lis before he called nearly all ol them by their first names, Oh, yes." he sail, ' how is Dave Kerr? Did he ever get wel ? Poor fellow, he suffered terribly And thoe little children, how about tliein? ' This tuny In. con side ru! a wonderful .. at of memory. It was in October Alien he met these people, nnd it was on the Jth of Maich, ntrly five months nferward, tint he rectlled his visit, remembeiing the name of evtr petson he wes intrcdiKtd toon that day. Iln had been a million pe vie biiiee that time and hid Mi a ken liaril with and met thoiisinds. sur-pries- ed, 1 . Ever intelligent family needs in addition to their local paper, a good national weekly. The gteatest and most widely known general family newspaper is the Toledo Weekly Blade. For thirty years it has been a regular visitor in every part of the 70.000 postofiices in the country. It is edited with reference to a national circulation , It is n Republican paper, but men of all politics take it, because of its honesty and fairness in the discussion of all public questions. It is the favorite family paper, with something for every member of the Scrinl household. stories, poetry, wit and humor; the Household department, (best in the world). Young Folks, Sunday School Lessons, Tals mage's Sermons, the Farmstead, the Question Bureau (which answers questions for subscribers), the News of the Week iu complete form, and other special features. Specimen copies gladly sent on application, and if you will send us a list of addresses, we will mail a copy to each. Only $1 a year. If you wish to raise a club, write for terms. Address The Blade, Toledo, Ohio Tlic Toledo Weekly lllrtdr. Attorney at Law. Beaver Dam, Ky. Perry Westerficld, Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in alt the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, iu Commercial Hotel. Attorney at Law", B. E. WEDDING Attorney HARTFORD, KY. Will practico his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will bo given to a business entrusted to his caro. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. at Law, Will practico his profession in the Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn ties. Special attention given to col lections. Office in Courthouse. Attorney at JC&y HARTFORD, KY. E3. 3F. TMES-faLll- ., (tflrwity Attorney) Attorney at aw HARTFORD, T KYV JNO. B. WILSON, given SPECIAL attention abstracts,to making col" &c. also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Oflico North side of public square. Gave Back My Health There is no reason for being despondent and considering diseases of the blood incurable, simply because the treatment blood of physicians and many remedies fail to effect a cure. Though it is naturally disheartening to the sufferer who faithfully takes the prescribed treatment of the physicians, often at the expense of hundreds of dollars, to find himself, no better as time goes by, still a cure will result from the right remedy, S.S.S.,.no matter what other treatment has failed. The reason that S.S.S. (Swlft'a Specific) has so successfully cured even the worst cases after other treatment had been tried in vain is that it is the only remedy which forces the poison from the blood and permanently eliminates it from the system, which is the only correct principle of curing the disease. Mercurial remedies bottle up the poison and tear down the system, while S.S.S. forces out the poison and builds up and adds. strength and vigor to the entire system. It is nature's remedy, and contains no harmful ingredient. Attorney at aw Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio nud adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Oflico with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, Attorney at Law, Hhrti'ord, Ky., Will practice his prolcssion in Ohio and udjoiniug counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted OfHco in Repuulican lo hia care. J.B. VICKERS, building, HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice iu all tho Courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Office with County Attorney. and Whiskey ffiLoii,mi out raJn. homoITabltj cured at with of Attorney at Iaw ARMISTEAD JONES, airiuiwi Ailuu.,uu. 1. Book particulars apnt VHKl II.U.WOOI.LKY. M.D. Offlco 10J M. lTyor St. I riJit; TAiti.i: We Mr. Charles Glenn, of 1563 Dudley St., Cincinnati, is one of the many who constantly praise S S.S. for giving him back his health. He says: "From childhood I was afflicted with a terrible blood disease, and have taken almost every blood remedy on the market, but my case was deepseated, and one by one they failed. The large, red blotches Increased In size and number, and soon covered my entire body. "My parents bad me treated by a number of physicians, but the disease was too much tor them, and after their temporary relief was over, I found myself rowing steadily worse. Thus I grew fnto manhood, handicapped by a terrible disease nnd havlmr tried so many reme dies without relief, when a friend urged me to take S.S.S. I had little faith In any medicine. I was happy to And, however, that I bad at last gotten the right remedy, for one bottle of S.S.S did me so much good that I soon had hopes of being cured. I continued the remedy, and was cured completely, the unsightly spots soon disappeared, leaving roy skin perfectly clear. My general health was also built up, and I am robust and strong. I believe S.S.S. will cure the worst case of blood poison In the world." S.S.S. Is a real blood remedy, and will cure the most obstinate cases of.Cancer, Kciema, Catarrh, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Contagious Blood Poison, old sores, or any disease caused by impure blood. f. going c. it. it. east. 1 KY. in;Ai:it I.ccnl Freight No. 292 a 6 00 n. m. No, 222 a 02 p. m. Mail No. 202 a 7 25 p. m. Fast Mail GOING WltST. Fast Mail No. 201 0 7 17 a. m. No 221 a Mail 25 p 111. Local Freight No. 291 n 3 25 p m. u II. MljKRICK Avt, The and for $1.50. Republican the Courior-Tournior one year nl l5 WcrojoucurodY Doyounow nnd then too some nlaruitnz ryuiptotnsr l)nro you marry In your urciont con- litloiir You know, "X,MU: l'ATIIlUt, lilUr, fOS." if finrrlod.nro you living In ilrciulf la marrlago n falluro wltlijou on account of any weakness muii'dliy early abuto or later 1ho sou been ilruKgoil with-mercury r iiilsiaoKiciwiiiioin(outia you tho rejult of thu'o rrlmos and nliit rour M.W .Ml'niOU Tltt'AT- out JIIINT will tawltliriy euro ou. It thoui-iiiiliow'h hno lccn lavotl by pur NKW 'llllM'f.MKNT. It ).ro, how vta can (IHAIlAN'i'li: 'JO ANY I'llUAUMi CASH (!H NO 1AY, UiseaMir V10 treit anil core n 1111,1.-- . u in rtllllCJlUtlf. IMI'tl'l'lirfCY. ClIAHIIiy. KIUUY and ULA ii31IB.-iwrt- B, thi fii'cliKitlnstillunuicuti of.tliU evil nvoM too hubiu Whenwr-- lato tocyos tho terrible rotults, jour oinol to I'onir till yon pier on 111.001) 111 when Ignorant of llin torrlnle crlrao you ucrooommlttlnt. Did ou only coniUcr $ Mr Cumback accompttiied Mr. Bl.une .u his ipak lour thtouh India a during his cimp.itgn ol 1SS4 It was just ten dajs btlore eltction, Ctiinbuck lei t him at l.alajetle, laying Unit he woiildu's sec hint nga'n HI',- - )UUU UUcaics. 8 CURES GUARANTEED m enolo.lng IMtl.ii. ti 1 Am riw. Kennedys Kergan 72 IV. FOURTH "Tho M'oeu o( riln" fent freo by Ij Ko taui, (JO.VHl.'I.TATK'N If unallo to ralL write for 9 llfflilN llliANK for HOMl ? fltr.ATilL.NI' SKfiniaTMt99, luju.ituyci in furre iu McLean riii? Citzen. tle aid Ohio con ti- Lifjsffiartif CINCINNATI, O. STREET, uti'i the itiaitgurntio'i 1 don't know," taid Blaine doubtfully. "I'mafrUd it won't he " He had an lintuna', vacant firuway !oi 11 his eyes, nnd he w is very senilis, His words c.iitn slowly and lit tiling ly, Mr. Cumback assured hi' that time wits 110 doubt, but Bit '0 shook hU head. ' don't know." Fnld he "I've had i soit of feeling lor the last week lb. I wouldn't be elected. I hope I vu' I 'lit the outcome isdoubtlnl, and I in now ns if it were very doubtful, But if I nui defeated I will go to work the next day on my book." Hid lie did. He began the second vi ' "iv ol Inn "Twcuty Yents of Con-" the ne.tdny Iter the e'ecliou. , 1 pi Ills Purely Vegetable and is the only blood remedy guaranteed to contain not a particle of mercury, potash, arsenic or other mineral, S.S B, is sold by all druggists. Valuable books and on blood and skin diseases will be mailed free by Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga. ' , icago Times Herald. turn trt.on route I.ouisxi'le. Hent'er- boh and St Louis Railwaj Ct mpnry Time Cotd effective May 30. 1897. HAST BOUND No. 42 46 44 7:561.111 8:55pm Lv St I.oivs Kvat sville 6:50am 2:23pm 2:45am Hendciton 7:1531112:4611111 3:10am Spottsville 7:38am 3:1 7ptn 2:28am Owensboro 8:18am 3:44am 4.00am Hawesville 9:17am 4'4pnt 4 50am Cloverpott 945am 5:03pm 5:10dm Irvington 10 45am 6:03pm i:57'sm AtLouisvillc 12 35pm 7'4.spm 7:308m WI5ST BOUND No. 41 43 45 I. v. Louisville 7:30am 4:50pm 8:23pm Brandetibuig 8 5mm 6 09pm 9:30pm Irvington giissm 6:43pm 9:57.1,111 Stephenport 9:51am 7:20pm inuitun Clbvurporl 10:1 mm 7.39pm io'jfirtu Hawesville 10:35am 8:04pm 10:581 in Owensboro 11 :35am 905pm 11:481m Spottsville 12:17pm 9'47pm 12:23pm Henderson 12:40 io:ioptu 12:45pm Uvansville 1:15pm 10:40pm 7.201-41Ar St Louis 7:32pm All trains run through solid ro F.vansvillc. Through FatW Cam ncd Pullman Sleepers on all trains Icwcen St. Louis, KvansvtlW ar.i I.i uisville. No, 41 and 42 conrrtrr nt Irvington for Fordsvi'le nrwl IVor- dlnsbtirg dally evcpt Sumtov tuiiVr the Rooster, with tho Idea of not only getting Popoullsta votes for PRIDAY, Slil'T. 17, 1897. tin.'. 0 unity and district candidates, but n'm fur Sun J. Shackelford, tho on Fox Stroot. Offloo Ui at Louisvillo they nro getting i riatio nominee for Clerk of tho I x.wil llxcr.t I'lliliijul tliirlliilit, ICy, up fundi), with which to present Fred " of Appeals. Clark a testimonial, as a mark of tho Ohio county, Tho Democrats ol . Editor. JAS. A. ANDENSON high esteem in which ho is held by therefore, Iihvp not only triid ttulo-pr.- y Subscription, $1.25 por yonr IiOtii'ville ban ball enthusiasts. Mr, iho Populist organization in m in t hi nt Hartford Clark h Captain of tho Louisville O i county, but they have tried to lintctcd tit the nine nml by his brilliant playing nnd iib hccoml cuius mail mruier. illrct a fcheme, and tiny have sucmanagement, has placed the Louis- ceeded In doing it, too, that will he a villo c'ub next to the tail enilcts. direct injury to the Hon Jo. A. ParkGreat is Clark, Captain of tho Louis- er, tho eloijucnt and talented young villo haso ball tcnnil champion of tho Populist parly. Tho Democrats of Ohio county, Quit Democratic contemporary, tho therefore, nro not in accord with tho . Memphis (hmmcreiaL Appeal, exclaims j that "what is needed moro than any- generous and honorable principles professed by Mr. Urynn, when tin y Popthing cleo is a ulist convention.'' That is a hit of consider tho essence nml qiilnlcssnieo .. unusctul frankness Last year wheu of statesmanship, and the soul of honHEPUL1CAN TICKET. On tho other hand they liavo tho Democrats desired tho votes of tho or. plotted in the dark, and hatched out Populisls nothing was too good for Election Nov. 2, 1897. them. Instead of consigning them to n plan by which they expect to carry Clerk of the Court ol Appeal the middle of tho sea, they were given Ohio county with tho nid of Populists votes, at tho expense of Joe Parker J. O. Bailey. the nnddlo of tho stage. nnd the Populist party, and then it State Senator. Dr. T. G. Turner. Tm:sE burning words fell from the pcrchnnco any of their tribe should Representative, It. C. Jarnngin. County Judge, Jas. A. Park. lips of Hon. W. J. Biyan in tho re be elected, they will draw around County Clerk, M. S. England. cent Presidential campaign: "Wheat them their cloaks of righteousness and Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, County Attorney, M. L. Hea'vrin. and silver nro indissolubly linked." cloim tho victory (nit) as their own. Well, hardly, Mr. Bryau! There Shcriir, S. T. StevenB. Superintendent, Fou Rogers, was a certain parrot who after abus duller, Thos. H. Black. ing a monkey for quite awhile, was Assessor, G. 1). Boyal. finally snatched from his perch by Writes About Politics In Gon-ora- l. L. W. Hunt. Coroner, tho monkey and was relic fed of his Surveyor, N. Moxlcy. Hartford Republican. at present JlcraU. Nt.iTiir.it n Damon or a Pytlilas arts editing tho Hartford CsoocJ la oisontlal to health. Every nook nnd comer of tho sytcm Is reached hy tho blood, nnd on ita qunllty tliocondlt Ion of every orRAn Oood blood mentis strong nenra, good digestion, robust health. Inquiro blood means scrofula, dyspcps!fl,Tlieumn-tlsncntarrho- r other disrate. The unrest ,way to havo good blood Is to take Hood's BarsaparlUa. This medicine purifies, vitalizes, and enriched tho blood, and sends (tho elements ot hoalth nnd strength to every ncrvo, organ and tissue. It creates a good appetite, gives refreshing sleep and cures that tired feeling, ltcmembcr, OHIO a. COUNTY" Di-m- ('uit Blood po.st-oU- uc Hartford, rKntuoky. UL I Miilille-oNlhe-S- m Hoods Sarsaparilla PUIS In the best In fact the One True Illood l'lirlfler. ,! nOOtl S c,lro U"' Illjl eajyto take, easy to operate. 85c. rAftUNC UNDim TBI W1IIB. HOBINHOOD Hardixsiiuims, Kv, Sept , 13, 1S97. and hypocrisy The double-dealiof the silver Democrats has never been so plainly shown as it Is now. We quote from the Hartford Herald of September the Sth: Bryan says: "The boom in grain Judicial District. "The pilce of sugar has advanced. and farm products will help free silWoolen goods nie advancing In price, ver." That reminds FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE, negro, who was always one of the old as are also hides and general supcalled upon to LU C1US P. LITTLE. swear to any of his master's hunting plies. Whom does these highprices benefit, save the rich uianuFOR COM'TH ATTORNEY, exploits. Upon one occasion his mas- , factum;-Wheat Is nlso up, but NOE. ter declared he "shot n deer through there is not one man in ten who tho hind foot nnd his 'head with tho j raises wheat to sell. Others have to It appears that the Democrats are sarao bullet." The old negro scratch- buy flour at advanced rates." marchiuon to victory NIT. ed his head and said: "Jexns massa ' Previous tothelatePresldentinlcani ' phot, do deer scratched his head with paign tree silver orators and editois No living man has to meet more the hind foot." When they got away devoted their time aud intellects to piedictious, pompously made, which from the company the old negro re- the task ol proving to the farmers have proved absolutely false, than has marked: "Massa, next' time you that the low pilce of their products sysW. J. Bryan want Sam to swear for ye, you get was due to our present financial tem; free silver they said would give It daily appeareth more certain, do ends a lettle bit nearer togedder." the farmers good prices for their that what the Democrats want with In a fusion agreement if both pare wheat, tobacco, com, hogs nnd catWhen tho Populists, is their votes. tle. ties concerned ngree to an independThe free silver cause met with n thete nro had there is an cud to tho ent device there can be no saenfico of brotherly love which tho Democrats principles, for both pnrties meet on veritable Waterloo at the last elec- and the country manages, now profess towards the Populists. common grounds and both aro on an tion, as heretofore, to exist under the gold equality, but when a supposed fusion staudard. Notwithstanding the gold As tho rocster has been selected as ngreement is mnde and nil go under standard is still fastened upon the for the supposed fusion the devee the device of one of tho parties in- people, fdrm products have shot up ticket ol Ohio county, why don't our at volved, then there is a sacrifice of ward like a rocktt. English contemporary put it up which the good substantial Fanners are delighted. The arguthe head of their column and say, principles, men of the pnrties allected, will repument of the Mlveiites has been ex'vote the straight Democratic tickIn Ohio county the Populists ploded aud refuted, aud the silvcrites diate. et?'' Echo answers, why? thought they would be given a fusion themselves are aware of the fact. Here comes in their hypocrisy. I.v every county where the Dome-cra- ts device nnd thereby be on an equal to get the vote propose to treat the Populists footing with their Democratic breth- ' Heretofore they tried inbut the bosses said no. The of the farmers by snying to them that ren, fair and honest they go under an the gold standard was the cause of dependent device, but where they question now arises if the Democrats ' the low price of farm products They want to kill the Populist party they wero sincere with their principles, have been knocked oat in this line as is why didn't they accept tho Plow and force them under tho rooster, by cold farts and figures. Now that Hammer for their county ticket, so tho case in Ohio county. farmers are getting good prices the that Mr, Parker counld get the benecry is raised that high prices for PROS-PERITMORE PJROOF OP fit of their votes, instead of using the wool, corn, wheat and live stock put Rooster? They ought to have used money Into the pockets cf the "rich Inn former issue ofTiinKn-UHMO-antho Plow and Hammer to show that manufacturers". c pointed out tho fact that farm they appreciated tho support of the For instance, last year a farmer products have, since tho inauguration Populists. That would have killed sold a bushel of wheat for fifty cents, of the Republican administration adSo it would. and this year he sells the same the Democratic party. vanced from 25 to 100 per cent. Wheat If they accept tho Rooster as the do- amount of wheat for one dollar, and has ndvauced 100 per cent. Corn has vico it will surely kill the Populist yet the editor of the Herald would advance 50 per cent. Pork is higher party. have folks believe that the extra fit as i3 wool and tobacco. ty cents the farmer gets this year Tho policy of the Republican party BRYAN ON FUSION. goes into the pockets of "the rich has put millions of dollars into the There was a great political "to do" manufacturers." Bah! No man can pockets of Kentucky farmerr. at Lincoln, Nebraska, on the first day write such stufl uuless he is a bald Democrats have always contended of this month at which Hon. W. J. faced idiot, or else he takes the pub. lie to be mere ignoramuses. that Republicans wero in favor of Bryan was the star perlormer. The farmer who sold one hundred clabb legislatioujthat is to say they fa. He generally Mr. Bryan spoke. vorid n protective tarifl which enrich- speaks whenever tho opportunity is bushels of wheat for fifty cents Inst ed tho manufacturers and corporations afforded. In tho course of his remarks year and sells the same amount for one dollar this year will tell you that at tho expense of tho laborer and far- he discussed the subject of fusion. The history of the last six Mr. Bryan's ideas of fusion nro far the fifty cents gained goes into his mer. refuted that from those of the free silver Demo- own pocket. Ask him and see. months has completely Ah! but says the Herald "only one of peoplo have crats of Ohio county. Mr. Bryan argument, No class man in ten has wheat to sell." This believes in fusion that is honorablo to been helped under McKiuley's admay be true. List year an t flrt all parties concerned. Ho says: ministration moro than tho farmer. was fanners nude to nriny was wise then, It Thera is a demand for all they pros "If cause of sound money can against the The three parties is wise now. duco, and that too at good prices. act together without injury to their because they were getting such low But while farmers are prospering party organizations, without sacrifice prices for their products of principle nnd without harm to each so nlso aro all persons engaged in busNow that "tiny are getting good other." prices an iffiit is made to array the iness enterprises. Mr. Bryan believes, according to laboriii' classes and those who buy It will bo remembered that dining ndiuinis- - his statement, in such action between against the firmer See? The day the last car of Cleveland's tratim the oouutry win on tho verge of parties as will not injure their orguui- - laborer if, now told that he must pay and his 11 iMiiiu. JJanics wcie ciotin, tlieir zalion, utir result in sacrifico of piiu- - more lor his fljiir, door, iiierclmiitile houses wero going ciplc, nor bo of harm to any party clothinz. Thus is it being continually proven to ih wall, whilst gloom and disaster concorncd. ''no fusion in this county is contra- - that the Mlver Democratic party's were pervading. No sootier, however, had the Ding-- ; ry to each nnJ nil of Mr. Bryan's only hope to succeed is by arraying I t plnco as far as one cl.'ifS against another. loy bill been pawul and tlio lear ot Mens, It is now dom with the fanner and Ohio county is concerned, the Pupil- Livl been dispelled, then ; try to catch the preachers their they will wonderful revival of bus- - hfc'8 have no couuty ticket. thero was a by saying lint he must piy more for candidates, by means of political incsi in ull the Hues of trade. what he buys, Tlio country has never wiluoo.l 11 chicanery, have all been put under Theinsinecrtitvofthefreesilverltes greater industrial revival than that the Democratic uevieo. is ccitainly now nppircnt to every is a direct blow at tho organi This now in progress. far m. r. The argument is now made Tuu tanners aro not tho only men zation of the Populist party in this that we must vote for free silver beTho good work is wiilo couuty. Moreover, 11 vote under tho cause putcli.ifctrs now piy advanced heiiiliud. epicad, ulleoting all tho lines of trade R;oster,is an encouragement of Dem-- ! priced to farmers for their products ocrnlic principles. With facts clearly demonstrated and cominoice. . Hero again tho fusion 111 Ohio ,!,.. r..,.,u. !.. .11.1. or. .a nl I, In .!.,(.. ... We again rofor our rondors a quo-t- a'i Illk 1. 1.1(1., ,., unit county is not in accordance w.th Mr. will ceitainly go to the poila and vote from one of tho greatest wherever and agendo of tho Mud. It says: Br nil's ideas. Tho fact of tlio bind-- 1 against a tree sl'.VL-rit' Fmlurw in August voro in number ness is, Mr. Bryan is an honorable, whenever he sticks up his head. CoNC.lUiSSMAV IIOWAUI), 01' ALAii'ii 17 por Qout, ltt4 than in August, lii,-l-i toned gentleman, who would not Congressman Howard nnd IXH.j, hut in amount of liabilities 70.8 lend his head to any scheme that BAMA. ' ut. utnallar. July and August would ho an unfair ndvaiitago to, or Hon Jo A P.irkur were billed to p Tlio speak at Hardlnsbtirg last Prulay, uli'iw a lower uwmjent liabilities por any iinpjcition on nny!puity. For same reason Mr. P.trker failed to boifii known in fusion in this county is nil advantage failuic than ban over nppe.tr, but Mr, Howard was en any ytwr, orovuu in a quarter of tho to tlio Democrats and an imposition h .mil. Mr. Howards nudience numbered twen'y live years It. G. Dunn it Co. upon the Populists, according to Mr, nl.nut two hundred nnd fifty men. Tho Bryan. Mr. Bryan pays further: hive kept quarterly iccords. operation "Continued Several prnut'nent Popu'Uts of this improvement U nlso well distributed, which net id together lat county were on hand, chief among the extending In nearly ovory important yearforced not did nitnn that nnv one of hiatr'h of biiblncfs.1' the parties will swallow the other them being Mr. Smith Wagoner, two; it dimply means tint they cm who sit close up under the drippings travel together while tlicy cm and from the rostrum, nnd sfrange lo rrp irate only when thov niuat " sty he Inl his whiskers sluven nil But in Ohio 0 unity thuailvor Duma Mr. Howard nlso appeared without UQliMtiuutftibyruii. Tut.(uoJ.' Uo M In lime. K.il liT1rm.'iMiti. P era' have- nwulloncd tho PupuIUti. whNkein. 'lhey liuvo put n'l tho candid, lea-is n uiojt pie taint Mr Howard ng brilliant plumage. As the parrot MAGISTRATE. viewed his leathers as they appeared Hnitford Diat Christopher Allen. around him on the ground ho exCromwell Dist Jonl B. Wilson. Fordsvillo Dist Jacob Chaucclor. claimed: "I know what's the matter RosincDist 1. B. Loney. with mej I talk too d n much." So Jiulord Dist Ed Massie. likewise has tho Hon. W. J.Bryan. JOE I Y. - gentleman, is handsome, and is one the best orators we have ever heard His speech from a Populist standpoint was splendid and the Populists all enjoyed It. In fact every one irrespective ol their po'iitical views were well pleased with Mr. How-- , ards effort He spoke for more than two hours nnd during that time, although the room was fearfully warm, he corns manded the attention ol his audience. After an extended discussion of politics from a Populist standpoint he discussed the subject of fusion nnd the candidacy of Hon. Jo A. Parker. He said he endorsed fusion when it was upon equal and honorable terms to all parties coif cerned. He had no patience, lie said, with fusion like the fusion of Jonah and the whale unless his party could play the part of the whale. He would not countenance fusion where an attempt) was made to swallow his patty. This part of Mr. Howards speech reminded us that the Democrats oi Ohio county have efkcled a whale and Jonah sort of a fusion in which the Democrats are the whale an I tt.e Populists represent Jouah. That is to say the lusion in Ohio county in the Populist being swallowed by the Democrats. Mr. Howard then went on to say that the Populist puty is the origo-c- al free silver party and had it liot been for the populUt vote Mr I'rayn would have only carried seven states in the late Presidential election. He then reminded his hearers that Hon Jo A.Parker, th" talented joung Populist candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, wa3 the pioneer ot the free silver movement in this state aud that it was largely through his, Mr. Parker's, labors that the cause of tee silver had gained the strength it now has in this state. He thought it was the duty of i.II ftee silver men to suppoit Mr. Patker rather than Mr. Sh.,cklc:oid, whom he described as being a recent convert to the cause. It occurred to us that uch n man as Mr, Howard would c.iule a rattling ot dry bones ntuoug the free silver Democrats in Ohio county. The nothing fusion in Ohio county is more nor less than an effort upon the part of the free silver Democrats to annihilate the Populist party and at the same time do Mr. Parker as much harm as possible. -- Sept- - GO suxi-d- . Oct. 1 ing tho grounds nml inco I a-XL- d. 2 Tho Fair Company has mado extensive preparation for tho immciiso crowB this fall, and added sonic valuable, premiums, which are certain to attract the people. They have gono to a big expense fixing mid improv- rack, which is second to initio in - the country. Itinming and Trotting- iiuccs each day and lions in every Depart ment. unusual altrae- - In make) tho coming Fuir Kucmirageil by the splendid succor of l,it gear's exhibit, the oinpany intend (or :i Fair this year than they oue of unusual inimrtnncc nnd pleasure to the pcip'o. Tho rospects tire better hnvo ever been. Bountiful crops nnd successful farming have conspired to make time pood, nnd tho farmers are contented and happy. Kverybody can a fiord lo spend the small sum of TWETV FIVE CENTS to see the The Floral Hull display will bo better this year great attractions nnd their many old ft ier.ds again this year. than usual, whi'e the Hucca will bo mor' Implant nnd exciting than ever. King horses will boon hand in nbiin-anFair ol tlio most and b'uonud red ribbon will bo in much demand. In short, it will bean will havo tho opportunity of enjoyable kind, where no ir.tn.ica'ing liquors will bo sold, nnd where everybody . meeting together iu sicial couverso nnd inv'g ira'o ce, siht-seeiiig- r WilXGYOUR NEIGHBORS Don't forget the date, Sept. 30 and Oct. I and 2, at Hartford. EVERYBODY COMMAND W. G. HARDWICK, Soc'y. jffirFor Premium list or other information apply to the Si en t.itv. IBIJTiIWII T. L. GRIFFIN, Pres. "Zrl i&Ul B1 -- au tain IrirrJ HAVE Ol'ENEI) T1IEIU fiT 3 ' I IiSi'3i!!? I v r7- - UV r Vtf i:S7 V :.'.. In Howard A speech form Ohio county would not set well upon the stomachs ot the Democrats, however it would delight. nil good PopuRoniN Hood. lists. Mr. Of the O.vensboro Presbytery at Mt Zion, Ky., Oct 2, 1S97: 11 a in., opening fcrmor by Hev. W. T. Gal'oway. 2 p. m ; Organ ization and business ol Presbytery. 2:30; Repotts of ministers and el Dam. A fine new O.MN'IBL'S will met all ilav trnins at All order promptly attended to. guarantees a cimnrtable rid . corner Mnrkct and Union Stroot. Hurt ford. To sxm.cl. From :oi"xr:r iDctjoa.. PLAITS, SEEDS, (Jetl&logae for Asking. An elgnnt vehicle nr.d grx,d bort-e- i I.iu-iLeave wdir ct Fie-Y.Slil4c, I'ri,;riiiiiu ders. 3:30; Missions nnd Church extensions in Kentucky by Kev. T. N. Williams. 4:30; Business concluded. livening Serices. 7:30; Address on Systomatlc Peueficence by Kev. Reports or CommitWillis Smith. tees. Business concluded. SunO.iy. 9 n m.j S S Institute vV. G. Newton, prcsldlu g, 11 n. m.; Sermon by W. S. Pauley, Sacramental supper administered by Rev T. N. Willhms. 2:3? p. in.; Christian Kndeavor rally, J. P. Smith presiding. Addresses by Revs. T. N Williams nnd J. P. Hicks. 7:30; Missionary Mass Meeting nddiess by W. S D.inley and others. Members of Boards nnd ministers of other Presbytciles desiring to ats tend the meetings ol the Presbytery will addtess J. P. Hicks, Hartford, The following is the list of speak ings arranged for the county candi dates and as agreed to by the chair men of the different coinmittfeM Sept. 17. Aetnaville, Friday. l 17. Deanficld nt night. " 18, Magan. SatutiUy. " 21, Bell's Run, Tiusdiy. " 22. Bnford, Wednesday. 23 Hiflin. Thursday. 24. Bed a, Friday. 27- SrnKllc. endlo-da- y Beaver Dvin. Monday. 27. Taylor Mines at ntebt. 28. McHcnry nt night, Tuesday. 29 Hamilton nt night, Wilnen-day- . Oct. hisc-ugar- I " " " " " " " 4. Hnrtfotd, Monday. 4. Ccntcrtown at nlRht. 5. West Point church. Tuesday 6. G. nquality chinch, Wed'sday. Ccralvo at night Rockport, TIitiMJny Ivchols at nUht. Hopewell church Fri lay. Taylottown echoed house, Bulb for Full Planting outot doora. Bitll)3 fur Winter blooming in tho house. Plants for blooming during tlio Winter. Plums for decorating Seeds for Kail sowing out of doors. Seeds for Winter Bowing in tho house. Send us lOo to pay postngo ami package and wo will send you 15 tiuleetcd Bulbs, or Six packages of Selected Flouor Seede, orsix paukiigoo (alldillercnl) Sweet Peas, or all three collctions for 25c, She 7. 7. f AUG:eT; M&S QO., reene, i. y. 8. 9 ( ''t Rjturdny. 9. Green Brin school hoiue at 12. free-tilve- Ky. Oar Load Of Ruw iSono "Horse . j the ,j III-- jShoe" Urandsj iVI 11 ile I,1 fresh. Oil 11 r e QrlQrs in. Send in usfc night Prcntls, Tuesday. " 13. Cumin nil, Wednesday. ' 14. Srlect, Thursday. " 14 llilzjtiiwn at night Friday. " 15 " 15 Mount Pleasant at night. " 16 Ilors Bianch Saturday. Witness ourfcinnt'iiert. ThicAug Inn P .Morton, 3" 1897 Cii'iu KeiuMuiMi C'tii. " B Hi Kg OF -.- - El fe2 Kot-iup- , For nsafo, suro, pleasant and thoroiiGhly liable euro for Chills you muBlusotho Old and Popular ro- - Zl fef Dr. R. A. Irmistead's I g; ROV.N !! I.H'IO J J IK, Ch'm Dtimw iRt'c (Nun. Asue Tonic, ? fll.(KI. C HocKEii& Co. Sept. 2. Ky., September nth, 1H97. $1 for the round trip; 011 sale September nth; good to return till September 12. II. Mi'.niucK, Agent. Colored picnic, Ch'm Pmp c't P.utj A VmIiiiiIiIp I'l'i nci 111. c-- I IMItor Morrison of Woithington, Ind., "Sun," yrite,s: "You haven valuable prescription in I'.lfcttlc Bitters, aud I can chtci fully recommend it for Constipitinu and Sick Headache nnd as a general system tonic it In s no equal." Mrs Annie Sterile 2GJ5 llrli-lor Hull-- . For the best of brick nt reasonable Cottage Grove Ave , CHIctjo, wn nil prices go to I'itz'iugh Renfrow, Nar- run down, could not eat nor dlget fool, had a backache which nevei lift rows, Ky, her nud felt tired and weary but six bottles ot niecttlc Bitters restored her Tit OI'lli: A 4'OI.H in (.m; ntv Tuke Mxatlve Itromo Quinine Tab health nud renewed her strength, lects. Alt Druggists rclund the mon- Price 50 cents and ?i 00. Get n bot6 6 mo. tle at J. II. Wllltims Drug Store ey if it fails In Cure. 25c, Greenville, I lll lull. rJ ; ?3 i Iris a PHYSICIAN'S PIWSCRIPTlON.aml absolute. lyhiimlewi. We will pay 000 lor the detection of nriwiiie or any other poUon in our now famous leui. Cll'' 1 g : IS gs Evftiisvillo, Ind. LARGEST NORMAL SCHOOL, IN THE SOUTH 10 e,SSU5H TACllRS' SCIJNTiriC uwfstMmafrjmoi I0 CIAS5IC COUnjlS. - Ssr5folSaSS- -- sntrritfw, 4s. ZSZMZT fOjpuunAi. - oraoARtt Ana tvmoif. ' ttumnioCunN,K. i- - yssesffissiaffli- - tv&iL. &&&&&&$ 3 Keys! mtfcss tk wlioUnmt rtd rr( ii ii ii ft d.lltl.u. Ohi'i County Fair Sept. 3 ). New hit (Hid caps Ht Caraon & Co1. le jo) hemic nfinednml attend the Ohio o 'lj l'ir Dr. J. S Colonmn mid wife ftoiu Greenville Monday. icturt-cd Awarded (igltoct Honors World' These cool mornings will compell you to iifik yourseli the question: Where win I buy school shoes for my nee-cssariull- y tHi cer V1 MitAIH pst Pair. 1897 , vTHEv- - 197 ' ' TJT JT T -- TO UK UK I.I)- - Ell?! ml. T fa t t Don't forget threciluys only the Ohio Comity I'air Si.pt. 3 . New Calicoes", new Perc.tls, Ginghams and SulkollncHt Carson &Co's. CREAM lAKINfi POWDER MOST PERFECT MADE. A children the cheapest? POWDER Absolutely Puro DOYAL k COMPANY ro word to you Wish to say PAIR u Don't lorget the dite of the Oh o County Hair Sept. 3". Oct- - nnd 2. Mr. and Mrs. Win. I'air have gone cant to purchase their fall stock of goods. Owensboro, OFFICERS: DK. lr MKIfcll ro0IR ., htw YORK. garding this important question: We have as usual .a large stock ready to supply you at prices lower than any luiosc in Ohio county. We bought early before any advance in leather and can sell them oi course lower than merchants buying now. Ladles fine button shoe pnltcncd leather tipped . . $t oo Ladies Dongola Kid tipped .lines $t 5 worth I 50 : 50 Ladies very finest kid allots am. lasts I no Ladles glove grain shoas 85c Lndles blight grain shoes Ladies grain shoes, rivltcd sides, seamless back . . $1 00 Old Indies soft broad sole shoes . $1, nctunlly worth $1 45 Men fine shoes ft 00 Men fine? 50 shots ' 2S 2 00 Men extra quality shoes ' 00 Men high cut Buckle shoes $1 Men Creole Congress s,orth to day 150 25c Child fine shoes 3 to 5 Child fine shoes 5 to 8 5c Child grain school shoes 8 to n 75c $100 Misses grain school shois 13 to 2 ae Mr. H T. Twcddell ii vety sick. ... The Ohio County Fair begins Sept. Messrs. II. C. Shaver and V. M. 3". Sttwatt, Beds, called to sec us WedLndics Corsets 25c. at Carson & nesday. Co'a. Hon. C. M. Barnett has returned See the new goods nt Carson & where he has from I'assedona, Cal Go's. been visiting his brother. Ask to see our new Inll'goods. Hon. C. M. Harnett lull WednesCahson & Co. day night lor l'rankfort nnd WashThe Floating Studio is at Liver ington to be gone several days. more on its way to Hartford. The Ohio County Fair this year 13orn to the wife of Mr7L. T. Barpromiies to be the best in its history. nard the 12th, a 10 pound boy, The company has gone to consideraMrs. C. H. Morrison, who his been ble expense In preparing to accommovery sick lor several days, is no b.t-te- date the crowds that will be on hand. You cannot afford to miss it. r. Mrs J. II. WhTteTcharleston, Mo., is visiting her father, Cupt. S K Cox. Tree pure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. 'rom Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. 40 YEARS TUB STANDARD. 0. H. TODD, Prcsiilo.it. P. T.WATKINS, Treasurer JC&rge Havo nlwavfl been tho main feature-- J F.T.UimiJKU. VnoPnu.v. vv. tjAUIEU, Jjfiiiwm. LEBANON. "Why Should Domocracy Llvo success. any Longor." them. Lppanon, Kv., Stpt. 13, 1897. Special Premiums of the Knir, uml Imvn nKv.n iwiiroil ipt Tho finest stock in Kentucky, Indiana mid illnmi iiimmito for Tins Year's premiums nro tip to tho sf rntlnnl nf dinner j ear. JS3lP23333C jFLXCSrS (int-cuite. Tho Knees aro contests to encourage tho development ol speed qualities. When viewing Democracy in the light of the condition to which it re- Trickery will ho debarred, and close nnd fair couluts will be exacted. duced the country by shadow of Its success and later by its unwise legisA now feature is the JJioyle Knees. Every race will he lation, during the weary and lamentaNn ble years from 1893 to '96, in my let- loafing on the back stretch, nml tho buys that win will have to "git up and ters to your jouinnl I frequently ask- Git-- " Mr. J. II. B. Carson nnd family moved into their new house yester Til full ntll tf OASTOIIIA. day. Ipituii 1 Weeiarry a complete line of 31 v$ Priesinej custom made shoes from $1.50 to 3.00 per pair, evWhat we ery pair guranteed. propose to do is to save you Come and money on this line. see our goods and prices and we will convince you of the fact. Everything else as low in pro- i portion. A complete line of new novel- ties in Dry Goods next week. Hartford gemple of ff a fashions. FAIR & COMPANY, MsZM' STAPLE H-A.-yn- , Proprietors, I fienry ginsley Freshest goods always kept in Stock. i -- DF.ALItR IN FIG? SKEHS, (r "nrtfonl) 3E3L"5T PRIONS the LOWEST JHt Lump nml Nut Coal lor sale nt my Coal market price. Yiinl iu Hnytiiit tho Mr. Guy Deanc, of Dcaneficld, was Miss Josie Duke left Monday for Butte City, Mon., where she has been in town Tuesday. ngaged to tench the City High Don't fail to attend the flist thiee . School. days of the Fair returned Mr. Sam K. Cox, Jr.; has There will be many New Attracfrom Missouri, where he has been tions nt the Fair this year. visiting his sister, Mrs. J. II. White, Meisrs. U. C. Barnett and A. S. tor the past month, Bennett leave to day for Greencastle, Judge Jno. P. Morton received this Ind., whete they will enter Del'auw wek n fish scale from Cipt. W. W. University. Brlggs, Oella, Fla., that measured Tor Hiili-- . 2,X inches In diameter. The fish About one hundred acres cfland, wsighed 15 pounds. known ns the poorhouse farm, to be sold nt once by order of Court. Part 1). Taylor has Photographer A. of and will bs of It is timbered. This is part the trom Diwaon (arm, here iu person poor-houfound iu his gallery I. P. Morton, every Monday an at ttovcr Dam ) Corn's 15. P. Nkai.. week the balance of the 15. W. Fokij, this-yearse 1 - No. 6, m m. No. 75, S. M. 111. No. in, O V. Wilson. Tiittdny, Sept. 21, 8 a. in No 2, Mattie Fields; 1 n. M No. No. 81 i 82, W. A. Caseblcr 2:30 Wtdntsdiy, Sept I. C. Hoover. 2?, 8 a m No 19, Mntue Kibrsou; 11 a. 111 No 99' J M.THy'o : 2 30 No l limn lnv, Si pt 70, J. K Davidson 11 n. 23, 8 a.m. No 22 J W No. 21, K. P. 2:30 p. m in. iMday No. 101, Sophia DiveW. 24, 8 a. in N . i 4 Su.ie AusSept tin; 11 n. 111. Nj. 8S R 0 Juuiln; S M U lor Sat2:30 p. m. No. urday. Sept 25. Rockpoit Inciters' Association at Cciiterto vn I.m I fy. Htown; J ' Sept. 27, 8 n, ni N ; 2:2 p 11 n. 111. N.172. V II Ho-'finsdny. 111, No 13 C. I? N) 6 , A A.numn; Sept. 28, 8 n. 11 n 111. No. 14, 0 Iglehart; 2 3J Wednesday, V. n. Southard Sept 29. 8 n. 111 No 15 W 15 Mor-lo11, n. 111 No. 78, P, M Muddox; a:jo p. in No. 16, J. II Wood.Thurs 13. Mrs day, Sept. 30, 8 n. in. No Alice Bratcher; 11, n. m No 64 fter-thBrown, a;3o p in No. 74, Tru 'A II. Slml'z, mill Wooilwnid, Coil ity Lon Rogers! Wilson; 2:30 p. 1 1 11 1 1 Siiirrlnli'iiil IK" Monday, Sept. 20, 8 a ''' Baby's Second Summer maternal management. Baby comfort comes from fat ; fat Sleep and grow. If your baby does not seem to pr03pr, If he dees not gain In Weight, you must get more A few drops el fat there. tO Is the time that tries all the care of the mother and all the skill ol T.ili; uauw ""v "UHS " . I . 7- . 111 P-- kMmvM caoh day will put on plumpness; fat outside, Ufe baby and mother both happy. Your baby can take and relish Scott's Emulsion as much In summer as in any Other season for ula by all drugxltu t joe. n J u ln-ld- t; 1 a 1i Cura Canilv Cittmrtlc. lOo The OHIO COUNTY I'AIR, three T:ik(iCi.iMct Comtlatlon Forever.orCSc days only, commencing Wedncsda', It C. C. C. fall to cure, druggists rcfuLj moucy Sept. 30. Ohio i'nlililj- MiilUtlet- the Legislative branch ofthcGov-ercmeut- , Haiotord, Sept. 15. Exciting races will be the nnin as well as the Executive, Uuitor Rni'UiiucAN In order that was assured business stagnation feature of the Fair. You can't afford the citizens of Ohio county may learn to miss them. quickly followed and the fall in vald something nbout our county ns with other counties of our state ues commenced, reaching in less Some people will come to the Fair as we below mention n few expecting to meet YOU there. Don't compiled from the reports itemsthe than two jears n loss to the country' of disappoint them. which is in mnttrial wealth greater in nnicunt State Board of F.qualiz-tion- , than the cost mid devastation of the just out of the press, viz: Everything amusing, pleasing nnd In lands Ohio county with her 350,-47- 6 Rebel ion, w ill be seen at the Ohio captivating acres is the 4th largest in size in N.it until Republican succrss was County Fair this year. thcStatc. Those excelling it in acreage p'iMicd was there even a lilt in nre Pike with 669,818, Pulaski with accotr A fine brass baud has bee n engaged and Christian with 408,948 the ck ud which Democratic success 508,664 to nuke music for the Fair this year. iicrei. The nverge val par acre ktd lov'crcd o'er tha country. Now will b worth going mtlei V frur counties, as sssfmmI, with ox months of Republican iu It Christian, $11.31; nr as follows: mon. we see the return of Miss flsrah Collin will be hone Ohio, fs 9'. Pulaski, $3 44 and Pike, tint urosprity which has always this week Irom the cast where she's $2 51 per acre. The standing of Ohio county as bless"-- in under Republican rule. been to buy new millinery goods for possessor ol mares, geldings nnd colts We fi J the farmer has "dollar wheat" Carson & Co. of common stock, with its 8,176 head to sell, we find his corn nt n good You'll slc nothing quite so good of same, stands fourth in the list, beprice, ' is ctlves, his cows, his sheep, this j car, so don't miss the Ohio ing excelled iu number only by Daviess county with its 9.536 head; his hogs, his horses and his mules all County Fair. Bring jour neighbors Warren county with its 8 47 head, are b.iugiug good prices. About two and friends. and Graves county with its8,955hcad. week1 ago a firm of stock dealers in Reports nlso shows that Ohio coun- Leb.in shipped nice The Fair has always bten nn enbunch of fif'y a n ty owns uioie of this class ol joyable occasion to the people of the livestock 1,032 Louisville nnd Jefferson suja- - mules south lor which they tethan county. This j ear Will be no excepcounty. Iu value of this class of prop- ceived $135 a head as against $65 n erty when compared with other coun- head fir the same age and quality of tion to the rule. ties of the State report shows that McDowell Mrs. Fair's Sunday Ohio comity stands third iii the list mules the same time last year under No administration. School clas.s will give nn Ice Cream with its $584,480 worth. The coun- Democratic supper at Court Hall to night Kv- - ties excelling it are Jeflerson county famitiO in India caused the raise in with its $292,623 worth and Graves the puce of mules. Ever thing the er j body invited. with its $286,480 worth. farmer has to sell now brings him a As possessor of bulb, cows, calves The Ohio County I'air never had so and steers of common stock Ohio good piice, all he has to buy for himmany exciting Races ns will come off county with its 11,266 head stands self and family he buys cheaper than this year. The track is in splendid sixth from the top of the column. ever in his life before. The large condition and the sport will be fine. Those counties excelling it in this mills and factories ol the country nre head; The thousands who ntteuded the line arc Madison, with its 15,903 Pike, nt work and the unemplojed, for Warien, with its 12,884 head; I'nir lastyenr were loud in theirprniscs with its 11,907; Claik with its n,SS6 years, have ngnin beeu given employof it. The company have determined head and liourbt with its 12,311 ment. It is n daily occurrence to see that this year slnll be Better than head. the announcement mude ol increase As owner of sheep Ohio county with in waes, voluntarily given, by the ever. its 12,410 head stands 7th from the large manufacturing establishments The ladies of the Baptist church top of the list. The counties excellwill have a lunch stand at the old ing it as owner ol this class ol live, of the country to their operators. Boone, with 16.878 head; The railroads, those safe and sine Riii'UiiMCAN office during the Fair stock ate Clark, with 15,328 head; Bourbon; of the business prosperity of and Ice Cnam nt night. The proceeds with 14.C20 head; Scott, with 14322 head; Shelby, with 13.598 head; NeU the cruntry, nte now reporting such to go to the Baptist church. sel, with 12,606 head, and Mercer, earnings ns have only blessed them Lost A bnuch of keys on key-rin- g with its 12,769 head. under Republican tule. Nothing now with chain attached, one door In the article of Hogs Ohio county disturbs the business prosperity of keys," two flat new with its 38 730 head stands third from key the rest small Graves county with the country save the regular biennial keys in the bunch. Finder please re- the top of list. its 48 735 head and Ballard, with Its strike among the coal miners which turn to W. II. Barries. 48,307 hfad, being at the top of the it is hopced will soon be adjusted satThe counties next nearest to isfactorily In the tace of these acts The following named persons have list, Ohio county iu this class of livestock and such history may we not now paid their subscription to The nreWnrren county, with its 34,19s ask with double emphasis, for what sinci cur last issue. head, Christian with its 32,307 purpose should the Democracy live any longer? II. C. Felix, Ilarlford; Kd Massle, head and Calloway with Its 30,258 The experience ol the country is In line of old crops still ou hand Wnitcsvillc; V. M. Sttwart, Beda. Ohio county stauds fourth from fhe against it. The efiect cf slryr Iinine All persons knowing themselves to top ol list nnd is excelled only by Da- on the human system taken iu suffibe indebted to me by note or account viess, Clark and Union counties cient quanity is not more cettaiu, has In value ol agticultural implements not been more clearly demonstrated will please call and settle same, atd Ohio county stands 7th from top ol to produce death than has the pernio greatly oblige, list. The counties excelllug it iu ious effects of Democratic policies ou D. M. Hockkk, C. O. C. C, 8 tf thts class are Christian, Henderson, the bi tiuess interests of this country. Daviess, Logan, Shelby and Warren. There hns been no deviation from the Marriage licensee Jacob Kvatu to As Owner of wagons, carriages nnd generil tule in the whole history of Miss Sarah Wonall, Thos. P. Crowder vehicles of nil kinds Ohio, county our G verniuent. '.VI e we think the policies of the to Miss Bertha M. Autry, Albert stands No. 11 from top of column in Popu itts, if carried out, would be Christian to Miss Utta 11. Kelley, N. value ofthec vehicles nnd Is exChrisruinous to the country yet they have celled only by Campbell, B. Wells to Miss Margarctt DeWitt. tian, Daviess, Fayette, Graves, Hen- a iiaison d'f,trk, their policies nt advantage of having Mr. Virge Rcnfrow, of near Sul- derson, Jefferson, Kenton, Logan and lenst have the never been tried, and although the Warren comities. phur Springs, lost a fine barn by fire In value of bewing machines Ohio judgement of the best mi nils of the one night Inst week. Tho barn oons county keada tke list with its $25,799 countiv Is againit them, although Those countie nearrt ap- political cfonoMiUfcs f the purct and tnined all of bl ftrtaiag iMplaateato, wotth. which are to numerous too Munition. proaching it In this line nro Daviess, best v nools consider their platfottu vNiouaiy as the Graves, Whitley nnd Boyd in order of m.nciples ns Loss about $1,000 with no insurance. named. dreams ol Idealists, and tin ir con voThe burning was supposed k be the In value of household goods Ohio calic. ns the gatherings of freaks, work of an incendiary. county with its $229,868 worth stands yet unlike the Democracy they have seventh from the top. being excelled uot !. en proven failures, by actual If you mhs the Fair this year you in that line by Jefferson, Daviess, expem nee, nor have their theories e been t iveu an oppoitmuty tu will' tegret it It will be a great Fayette, Warren, Graves nnd Chriscountry as the policies oi tian counties, in order named. meeting place forold friends lor many Iu article of safes Ohio county the Dtiuccrnts have ou several occas miles nround. You will meet people stands seventh from top of list and is ions, uul on each ol which, if they whom you had not teen for years. excelled only by the count es of Jefdid 11 t succicd it was because n les people hurled them fiom ferson, Harlan, Garrard, Fayette, Da pcnti' Don t deny yourself this plearure. viess, McCrackin nnd Mason, iu order power belore they could accomplish it. Last Tuesday alteruoon fire broke limned. No wonder our candidate for Cletk Ohio county ns owner of steam en out 011 the farm ol Rev. R D. BenCourt ol Appeals, Mr, Bailey, to nett near town, and consumed three glnes in taxable value stands next by oflhf leruilued to have no discussions has il the top oi the list which is headed large ticks nnd n stack of hay, and it Jeflerson county. with his Democratic opponent Mr. was only by the assistance of the In petsonal property exempt from Shac' furd, but considers Mr Parkneighbors that it was brought under tax, report shows that Ohio stands er, tin. Populists, ns his real live nnd opposition and has made apcontrol The hay was valued nt fourth from top of list. Jeflerson, active .tents to meet tvith him Iu depoint Graves and Daviess counties, in or about two hundred dollars. der named, being the only ones to ex- bate Truly n Democrat is a bnck uuiuU't now. There Is nothing to We are indebted to Mr. W. A. Gib. cel it la this Una. So that your readers may know discuss with n innn ol that pursua-sioson of the Sheriffs office lor the com. something about theassesed value All of his doctrines nnd theopotion of certain Statutics of Ohio per acre of lands iu other counties In ries have bten fully tried by the test county wll!ch we ,u,bisU elsewhere the Stale we below mention a few of of fldial experience and have proven false, lailuies, tiurtltil, ami absoluten this issue. By reference to pame both those which are assessed at Those ly ruinous. The Pops can do uo highest und lowest price. it will be found thatue are by no counties which assess their lands nt wort., but from n trial, in the Ian- means behind a large number of an average of price larger than $30 00 gung- - of the litany of the church of Fayette nt $58 36; Jef Knguml, may the "good Lord delivcomities in the State but nre among per ncre ore: ferson at $52 62; Bourbon ut $50 15; er tin". I think Mr Bally will be those at the top ol the column. Woodford nt $49 n; Kenton nt$46.02; ca'ilv elected I tuunk the tditor of Tiik News reaches us that Felix Pool, Mason at $o 08; Campbell at $38 39! j r the flowers he threw nt me in Jessamine nt $32,82; Lon Cidlowny, Joseph Babbett and Clark at $35 ' his U issue, nnd iu response to his Thomas Calloway hud a difficulty Scott at $32100; Boone at 31 45; 'ylc inquiry iu the same connection, if, at $3081. near limes Mill last Sunday iu which Those counties, with total lauds as- "eouiu gentleman fiom Marlon counPool teceived seventeen cuU from a sessed nt n lower average value pt r ty, pmbably Col. Max Howard would knife said to have been lit the hands acre thau $3 .00 are: Rowan at $J 26; shoit'y put himself in the hands of his iriends lor Congress" will fay I of Tom Calloway. Two ol the gashes Leslie at $2.26; Breathitt at $2 19; cannot ndvisedly but in n genPike nt $2 51; Martin nt fa 55; re said to b across Uis throat irom By comparison it is noticeable that eral nj venture the suggestion that uiHtter Marlon comity Re-pnr w ar ii i n iukviuuub in items mentioned Ohio couutv in 6'. ' Ii a would de.er to the wid mid G, .ins makes rcfi triable (dwwiiig. c million mi it is thought will die. com-paic- ?&& Un w' ed, for what purpose should the Democracy live nny longer? What excuse can a Democrat give for his political exlstaiice? If the questions were pertinent then, and the saddened homes of want and the hearthstones ol wretchedness, the off springs of Democratic policy, said they were, how much more significant is the question now. As soon as Democratic success in And Machinery Depnrtmcnt will be ns attractive ns it can ho made. Every department will bo filled to its utmost. Kring tho products of your farm, gardeo dairy, your paintings, needle nnd fnnny work. Tho best BAND of MUSIC hns always been obtained. Jjook out for NEW FEATURES. No intoxicants sold or gambling allowed on the grounds. Apply to tho Secretary for Premium List or general information, toT. A. Pedloy for privileges to Jas. Kceley for bicjele rnco information. T7JE3CE! IF'XjOlFi.A.IL. E3T.X,XJ J. W. CARTER, Sec'y, Owensboro, Ky. j4ere We are at JC&slI kr. the Wpi, ' '- ' "'v - " "v " C 2i-58SJraP- '' tftSC Tiifi' j3p?"'i?(5s en-de- xes H. O. SCHROETER will be nt Hartford with his Newly Enlarged Floating Studio, which ho hns bepn compelled to do, on account of bis stonily increase of business, will bo at Hartford on or beforothe inst. If you want good Photos of superior finish you cannot do better than to call and eee our placo of Art before you go to tho larger cities, ns wa lmvo secured some very fiue now instruments better than which there ia none, and I dare say, modesty a'ono permits mo claimiug superiority in workmanship over the leading Photographers of our larger cities. It matters not what the nature of tho work may be, resilience, buildings, outdoor views, or interiors made by flash light are as easily and accurately made as the most common work. Our sizes range from a stamp photo to a inches. Remember that you can havo any style, size and grade of work in accord wilh your purso string; but if jou want shoddy work, go oleewhero as wo do nothing but Guilt Eilgo. Thanking you for past favors, I am as ovr, ville Exposition Saturday Mr. J. W. Garrett of this place has moved to Beaver Dam to engage iu the butcher business. Miss May Wood Yost, is visiting relatives here. Miss Sally Morris tetutntd ftotu Roches, er a Jew days ngo. Dr. G. L. hverly is building a dwelling house on Cednr street. The school house and Masonic Hall will soon be completed. Mis. Laura Kimiuel, Paradise, visiBont When you can Own? ted relatives here last week. You rent yenr alter j enr, nnd have Mis. Franklin Kimbley, Cromwell, no faun when you get through. The formerly ol ticar henr dltd September landlord has your money and the farm 5th. Miss Rebecca Cnsebicr, Rinedale, at the end of the year. We offer you visited here last week. in Ballard Ohio River Bottom land, Mr. C. M. Kimbley, Owensboro, county, one of the best counties in was iu town Monday. Mr. Thomas Bratchcr is vhiting Kentucky, on the following toasona-bl- e his parents here. Louis. terms: IMS . . $700.00 50 acres at $14 00 per acre s, pleasure of the heavy Republican counties in the west end, saying at the same time that Col. Howard is good timber for any place requiting first class ability, liberal edu'Mtlan, large information and dignified and gentlemanly beating. He is n young Republican nnd linked with the nismory of Republicanism in Marion county by his maternal granliather, the late Dr. John C. Maxwell, who with the late Cupt. James M. Fidler, nnd four or five oth-orconstituted nil there was of the Republican party, nt one time in its C. J history, in Lebanon. Mr. J. H. Wood, Misses Mnttie nnd Minda Wood returned from the Nash- e'l.UAi.to. "WHY Cash ." 5o-o- bank-tuptti- First year 'c pet ncre . . Second year, $1 00 per acre Third year, $2 00 per ncre . Fourth year, $2 50 per ncre Fifth j ear, $3 00 per ncre . Sixth ytar, $3 00 per, ncre . . . . 25.00 50.00 100.00 125.00 150,00 200.00 A. S. Murray and Wife ruitored to HaltU tlv SPrtlNQFtCLD, MO. by Dr. Mllet' Ntrvln. rntor. i Totil cost of 50 ncres . . . $700.00 This land pirduccil the patt season of 1S96, 80 bushels ol corn per acre, and 5 acres of Uuly Rok Potatoes prodcued 2,000 bushels, or 40 bushels to the acre. ioncies of Prior Tobacco made uu nerngc of 1,200 1 n I i; 1 I I pounds to the acre, which brought in the uiaibet $; for leaf and lugs; X acre of late cabbage brought $50, sold at Cairo Vou can tnise twice as much on a good bottom fatm as in the hills, and yout land don't wush away or wear out. There has been no drouth in Bal-la- rd county this year and crops ate splendid. They ate good evetyyear. We have good fnrms lor sale ou long tlme.at bargains in Daviess, Ohio and McLean counties cheaper than We will anyone else will sell you. exclinngenny fiim we have for others. 53 acres, 4 miles from Hattf ml on Owensboro toad, for Nile nt $10 per acre. For pl.it nnd further ptrtlculars apply L. Fieemiti Little, over Uink Commerce, or Uu. Ii A. Williams, Ky, 2141J Third Stteet, Owensboro, It. MURRAY, enslnecr tor Iveet Kountreo Mercuutllo Co., Springfield. Mo., wrltwt "I iufforeil from djipepila, waj unublo to oat anything without govern distress. Treated by several physicians without beneDt, I became almost k physical wrxek and unable to attend tJ uo my work, l took nr. Miorui Nervine and lu six wecUs I was well. My wire nau a severu attack of I. eirlppo IHRY n.. which brousht on 'CiP wrr.'r.'v.Wsi troubles f-- Nervine !'jU ut 1 11 Tli Uestor-utlv- o Nervine U the Rstoroa 3 only thing that has n em ii i helped her. wo doiu hope you will una this la a way to holp others a wo havo been. Dr. Miles' Ilemodles aru sold by all dtusgUU uudcr a posltlvoguarmiUe, Urst bottle Hook on bcuetlts or money refunded. Heart and Nerves sent t rvo to all oppll&auts. lilt, MlLUaMEUiyALCO, mhart. lud. sox fc 3 her peculiar to js, H Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, Slil'T. 17, 1897. ctcii,nn.i then disappeared behind As soon ns I saw him I recognized the handsome man I had seen In the saloon that afternoon, and turned to my comrade and said sild, inc whirs. Much in Little t wondewof mkhce. is especially to m.ill si'.ico. inpll-cln- e true ol I 00.1.1 rim. r. r ever contained to great wmi'm- In riicy aro u wlioh rt"il!c!ni General Directory. STATU OPPICIAI.S. ncr l.'ing Tioubles nml Consumption can be cured. 11 WHEN LINCOLN WAS SHOT. Another Story of the Tragedy Told By an High Eye-Wi- t- . ness. Spirits of John Wilkes Booth On the Afternoon- of the - Fatal Day. SCENE IN THE THEATER. The New York Sun contains n com who signs hint-se- ll 111 munition from one George C. Read, editor of the Staichroom, Chicago, in which the writer gives nml interesting nccount A little Pembroke boy was nbout to ol mi incident in which John Wilkes be whipped the other evening. His figured on the rCcrnoon of the Sooth father had a switch in his hand. The day of the assassination of President boy nsked it he might go in the next Lincoln, The letter proceeds: room a minute belore the whipping. sim not writing this for the pur"I The fond parent granted It. Falher pose of getting my name before the tiptoed over to the door to see what public or bringing out any controverthe little fellow was doing. The boy sy, but merely to see if it will be be htd kneeled nt the bedside and said: lieved, or bring back to life among the thousands of those who peruse . , r,, ,,ffIrt,w. the paper every day one certain man. whipping did not take place PemIf he is alive and it catches his eye, broke Review. he can vouch lor the more important ,. ij ett r details. . m w rnrn. JT HlQtH.Uold Watch, Diamond Y "1 was only a boy at the time, klnir. or n Scholarihln In DrauKliou's Practical Uuinc4 scarcely nineteen years of age. I had isanvinc, Tcuti., or Tex., or a achol. b.eu in the army since August, 1S62. anhip in 11101 v hiitn,urol. lece or litcrarv school in the U. S. can be secured Was enlisted in Compiny II, One hvdotnc a little work nt hnmr for the YnulliV A.lvocate, an lllutrated Hundred and Fortieth New York Journal. clinrnrtpr. mnrnl In fnnr. nnd It Is elevitintr Volunteers, as a drummer. I was deespecially Interesting and profitable to young pcuplr, but read with interest and profit by peotached from my company nearly nil ple of all ares. Morle and other Interesting natter ell illustrateil. Sample sent free. lrout the spring of 1863 to Tlifis- the time Agent wanted. Addriss Youths' Advocate l'ub. in Cj., Nashville, Tcnu. (Mention this paper 111:7 the time I was discharged from the llpuuri wnjjer. m . m service as a foot orderly at brigade llurlileii'N Vriilc-- Milic. headquarters, I served in that caw The for " active gentlemen or ladies to Cuts, Best Salve in the 01 Id Salt Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, pacity under the Colonel of my regifor responsible, established Rheum, FcverSores, Tetter, Chapped ment, who for a time commanded the travel house in Kentucky. Monthly 00 Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Third Brigade, Second Division, Fifth and expenses. Position steady.$65Re- Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Corps, Col. P. H. O'Rourke, who by ference. Piles, or no pay required. It is Unclosed Gettysburg; also stamped envelope. The Dominion guaranteed to 'give perfect satisfaction way, was killed at 6 St or money refunded. Price 25 cents under Gen. Weed, who was also Company, Dept. W. Chicago. per box. For sale by Williams & killed at Gettysburg, and afterward The discretion and forbearance of Bell. 13.1 yr. under Col. Girard, of the One Hun newspaper editors frequently saves Forty-sixtNew York Voldrod and many p'ersons from startling exposure EXCURSION TICKETS unteers, commanding the brigade. If the editor published f VIA THR 1 853 close of the and up to the In he hears the coaimunity would be war I was with Gen. Griffin and Gen. ripped wide open from center to cir was only a foot Ayers. As I said, I cumference. Editors are generally TO Tlin orderly, consequently did not have among the first to hear of gossip and officers attached t it confidence of the scandal, indiscretions of men or womf headquarters, still was among en, things unfit for publications, in thim, ready to obey any orders given trigues, clandestine meetings, night me day or night. I was in the front buggy 'ides young girls gone estrny, And Jont II. Wli.sriN Mnruh 0, June f, International Exposition medical discovert" of llio nge, pleasniott of the time, but did not have flirtations ol married women, armours ant and rcrrcslnni; to tho tasle, net gently September 4, December I. the honor of capturing a whole brig- of married men, in fact all neighborand iKisitf vely on kidneys, liver nnd liowels, V2. C. L. WootiWAMi March clcatisini: tho entire vstcm, dispel colils, ade of the enemy, or performing any cuie lieadnolic, fovcr, liabituat constipation Juno II, September 10, December 1I hood scandals. Editors generally For the above occasion tickets will and ulllomnc". Please buy and try a box of the hen ic acts others tell about. Jas A. llowi hi -- March 20 Juue fill cents. Sold nnd know n great many naughty doings be sold by the Illinois Central Rail-o- ad of C. C. C. ; 10, 10. September IS, December IS. (jui.rantced to euro by all druggists. 'Some time in the latter part ol in a community that they never at varying times, rates and IJ. F. Giiavib Mntcli 2). JuneMarch, 1865, I was sent to Washingt speak of to any one. If KxviirximiH, they limits, including a ticket on sale 20, September December, 24ton on account of the loss of my hear was published divorce suits daily, good to return until November Kentncky Trotting Horse freezers' 7, nnd lucludinn tickets having limit voice. I remained there most of the would follow in some eases, A I.oc.u. ostracism of twenty days, fifteen days and seven Association, Lexington, Ky , on sale time in barracks on cast Capitol Hill. in others: shotguns and gore, impris- days; also tickets on Tuesday and Oct. to 16. 4 197, good till Oct. iSlh A fTMJi.vric On the afternoon of the fited April onment, lyncnings, desolute homes, Thursdays of each week with limit of to return, $5 55 14, 1S65, I happened in the saloon X .lliini; but .1 In .shame, humiliation and misery Trie fifteen dajs. For full patticulars as Encampment ne.t door to Ford's Theater to see the editor learns much of the shams and to which of the above applies from Columbus O , Union Vetetan League cal remedy or your nearest Railroad Station in conSept 22 nnd 23, 1S07. clt.itiK? of cltmnti barkeeper, Jim Peck.. While standhypocracy of life, nnd it is a wonder nection with the IllinoU Central Rail, ing near a stove about the center of that he believes in anything on earth road, call on or address your nearest tickets on sale Sept 21 and 22, good will cine it Get n till Sept. 28 to return, $10 25 well knowr the room three meucame into the or in the hererfter. People who railroad Ticket Agent. Meeting Grand Lodge K of P , pharmaceutic a place laghing and ialkiug loudly. abuse the editor the li iiutlv. loudest often owe W.M. 16 to 22, tic'-titMurray, Div. Pass. Agent, Frankfort, l'ty t'rriiin lit, lut They all went to the end of the bar their standing in society to his forNew Orleans. on sale Oct. iS and 19, goo I till Oot. 1 nearest the door, and ordered a drink. bearance. COLD 'N HEAD Jno. A. Scott, Div. Pass. Agent, 23 to icturn. $4 80 H. Minima;. One was a tall, handsome fellow, porhed (Jives Ketnrl. it m ceMemphis, tlpens Agt, Heaver Dam. nnd cleanses the Nasal dressed in the latest fashionable Tim Ideal I'minreii. A. II Hanson, g p. a., Chicago. James I,. Francis, Aldetman, Chi- W A. Knu.OND, a g.p.a., Louisville. Allays. Inflitiittiation ilejlt.s and clothes, if I remember rightly, and the Protects the Mcmbri.u Kr stores the others appeared like workmen of some cago, says: "I regard Dr. King's of Taste and Smell. No Cokind. Both were carelessly dressed, New Discovery as an Ideal Panacea ONE OF TWO WAYS. caine No Mercury, No Injurious and I think one was in his shirt for Coughs, Colds and Lung Com-- , drutj. b'u'l Size 50c: Tiiil 81e 10c. sleeves. They had their drink, and plaints, having used it in my family nt DniRcists or bv mail. The bladder was ceated for one for the last five years, to the exclus15LV HKOS.. 56 Warren St.. N. Y man turned then the purpose, namely, a receptacle for the toward where I was standing and ion of physician's prescriptions or urine, nnd as such it is not liable to IMniatoVour f.owcla'willi C.M.,riN. lor I'llty tVnU. said, 'Come up, soldier, and have a other preparations." any form of disease except by one of Cindy ChlIiuhIc. cure const'patlm loroicr. tobacio lialilt emu m.il.ex wciU Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa, two ways The first way is from ira lOe.tBc. lfCiC.O.fall,ilrui!glsircIur.duioncy men utronf, bluoU pure. Sue, tl. All ui uirtidib. drink. I declined for thereason that SZXl I had iiot at that time become addict- writes: "I have been a Minister of perfect action of the kidneys. The ed to the havit of social drinking, the Methodist Episcopal Church for second way is from careless local treatment of other diseases. f2"?5 y WtoH V 3fe lie then approached me and took me 50 years or more, and have never chii!!' cause. found anything so beneficial, or that by the arm and said. 'Have some Unhealthy urine from unhealthy Notwitlistnmling our burnt-ou- t hiht July wo aro still Iieadqutiilera tor nil thing; take a cigar ' This I did not gave me such speedy relief as Dr. kidneys Is the chief cause ol bladder kinds ot rcfuse.andhe put his hand in his vest King's New Discovery." Try this troubles. So the womb, like the bladder, was created for one purpose, Ideal Cough Remedy now. Trial Botpocket, and pulling out a cigar handand if tint doctored too much is not tles Free at J. II. Williams Drug liable to weakness or disease, except Rest ed it to me without any further requality of Steel and Chilled I'lons. Uoth Wulkiiigaiul Itiilmj,' lira' cr Store. It is situated back of Corn in rare cases marks. He then returned to his Drill, Checkrow Planter.", Kidiug ami Walking Cultivators with and theic-for- e and very close to the bladder, companions ot the bar. They reany pain, disease or inconven- without tongue.", Dio HarrowY, Fencing Wire plnin nml barbed. Oelmrue Last lall the Biyanitc demagogues mained, if I remember cotrertly, ience manifested in the kidneys, back, Mowers ami Tlm'slung MDcliiiie.Trnctinri engino. All above about five minutes after, an then, with their hands uplifted to heaven bladder or uiinary passage is often, told the people that should McKinley by mistake, nttr huted to female Iriiplementa aro guaranteed to bo of the best quality. Firrt-clntrfpnirin.' nil laughing at something that Ptck of all kind dono prompt'y. g a ppceialty, also n full linool said, left the place. As soon ns they be elected that the tax payeis of the weakness of womb tumble ol some You will fiml t:s atur oM tnml on First oml were gone I asked Perk who the big country would have to paytheir tax sort The error is easily made and fertilizers for tobacco. To find Kailroad St. Conic in and ceo 113. m ty be ns easily avoided. man was, and he said that he vn3n11 es in gold. This like the cry ol mixout cortectly, set your ittine aside fur actor one ol the Booth fimily John ed schools in 1895, has proved to be a twenty four hour; a sediment or setHe out of the whole cloth. People tling indicates kidm-or bladder Wilkes Dnith. I hid heard of him IH3A.VBK DAM, KY. pay their taxes with $1 wheat and are ttnub'e The mild nnd the extraor-dinar- ) balore, but pitd n farther attention mv vvr unmimw m mmmmmw PKtot ?re.m9tttrvT xooiwciwretmB efTtCt ol Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, happy, while thore decendants of to it except to remark Unit be seemed nnd the great l.tdnry, and bladare hatching up some other QQQQGOQQOOOQOQC lOOOOOOOOOQ to be in a happy frameof mind, when ren'.t7.ed II you plausablc falsehood to dup: the lions der teuudy isfroou Peck stated that he was on a 'drunk' need a medicine you should have the The voters of Butler best At druggists fifty cents and an-associated with the stage me est people. comity nave become tired of such one dollar Y 'ii may have a sample ch miofl in.tlw theater all the time, jC l lo battle and p imphlet, both fc.it free by men and they will hpeak cmphatical ' As I wa3 about to depurt, little Do You Get a CORRECT FIT? mail Mention the IlArtTiORii Gieen thi iking wlrit history would develop ly at the polls in November. nnd f5 jour address to ville Republican. YOU RECEIVE THE Dr. Kilmer & Co., Ilinghamton, N FS I "( in 1 Ipvv bhort hours, Pick asked me ' V Y The proprietor!! of this piper to accept u couple of tickets to tie I.iilil l.lli'. p.unrantee the geiiuinouess of this ofBENEF!Tos, YEARS SUCCESS Hi iiter for that uiht I was glad to Men are nt present risking their fer get them, having no money to pur lives for gold. There is a stampede IN HIGH GRADE TAILORING oy jimn chasn the strut!, and knowing that of eager, willing martyrs to the nnnrniNr.v vamd cin-r,ww,,xwiimiL uvmwHI a II, tin it ! Ol til miil" lor Ciiliirrli Hint , the I'Mkldent would be at the play. country ot the Klonr'ykc. & b k I.ter I found a young man, like my- Many will ptritdi from cold ami hun us niercttiy will mtely destroy the of a self, broke, and iuvl'id him to nc-- c ger. enw ol Miif'l and completely deTUT ntlCIT PtIIOirn irnnilliir Till nn 'M' Not one qiiaticr ei 111c peoi.le iiiLuiiLHi uruuHuu wtnunani ifiiLuno, u.ipany me to the play. We were who go tlmre will ever return. Not range the who'e system when enterWe guarantee to fit and please you, and save you money. II tin hand early, nml, having good re one-huot thxse who do will ing it through the- - mucous tuif.ices. I 300 HEW SAMPLES TO SEIXECT FROM served stats about lint center ol the return any richer limit thty went Siuh aiticts tliuiiM never be used ex1 house, were elated over our good They will nut only oiidinger their cept on (ursciiptiotis from reputable A V3 m vw n n nt tt d ma l luck, V 8 they will iilijMciRU, us ihr liwni.-iL'B u a VlV v Uu v lives, for the Bike nfgnld. And jet wiu,mmimm9m9mmmxwmvmMrnanmmnfiwmtont wjWMgr y nwMrniffawMMntaw ulli' it 10 bin t!t t lh.' t lutein everybody say.s that health H moe dn tn f d to thf good you can !f'iiw from them. Hill's C.t r upatu. '0'ir Americin Ctusin' precious 111. in gold lh? thing which w.. i.itroitKK'l. I was Inteiwoly res tot 03 halth U. thcrvlote nrue truth Cnrr nnnufictiitcd by F, J, to.l and can not rjineinber posl-t.u- ly precious than gold IV 111 n.i rotorta Cheney ,t no , Tub do, O , contains what act it was that was on ex-c- health, cures all forms ol weakness, no mo'ciiry, ami is taken internally, what is lold In liUtorv, when I nil forms and hUgs ofcatnrrh, builds ncling dttcet'v upon ibi; blood nnd In heir' a shot, and iiiiiiMlintily a uiiu ut hrohtn-dowconstitutions, brlnus mticmis putfire of trie fyttem npii irud nt the front of the, Presnew life back to nil tho'c who have ' billing Hull's Cntatth Cute be suro ' ident's box. and, without waiting, become prematurely old, TleMi-- t vnn i,, t tl'f, im,llttlp. It Ii tnlfpti tti. ternaily. nnd nude in Toledo, Ohio to the stage beneath, I; as and best book ever writwn on th jumped 10 t well ns nil the ethers in the.' tbentei, subject of femals diseases will be sent by I? J Cheney & Co. Testimonials Sold by Druggist, ptlce 75c. He ran to nbout the free, to women only, for a shoit time. fiee DRUGGISTS was astonished. 25 SO ABSOLUTELY GOMMITEED certer of the stage and niscd liisleli Addiess The Pe ru na Diug Minufjc-tillin- pi-- r I) ttlr. j J pit ui toollit fret. lil. MT II I.I MI llOICDY 10;. ( lilfano. llonlrnl, fn.. or Ken York. Hall's Family Pills ate the best, tit. hand nml sal roiuetliiitg I did not I Co., C ilmiihu.s, Ohio, I That's Wilkes Ilooth, the actor, and think lie's on a drunk.' Before I had finished even this n cry went up that the President had been shot, 'Stop that mm,' nml many other exclamations that I have forgottnn. It was nil d 111 so quickly that enc had hardly time to think. Immediately the audience rose ns one person nml cites were heard all over the house, 'Stop that mnnl' 'The President has been assassinated!" and many others. The people began to crush each other nnd try to get out of the theater, but they were quite to n certain extent nnd the prevo.st guaid' on duty there fought to make them keep their places. Soon there was a movement on the side aisle running from the President's box, and from the President's box, nnd from where I was standing on my scat I could see what appeared to be a party ol men carrying some one. Later the rest of the party were conducted out of the theater, nnd when I got outside I saw a crowd looking nt a house opposite. On asking what it meant, I was told that the President had been carried there In the crowd and have neyer met him since. 'It is unnecessary to go into nny more details of what occurcd that night. I was excited, as was every one else in the city, and got little .,., ...( Tl.. .1.... !.. ..... ......l as briefly as possible, without any stretch ol liinginaiion, 11 1 nau 10 do with the same again I think it would have been better if I had told the officials of what I had seen that afternoon, but, as it was, nil came out right, and the really guilty ones ' sufieredthe penalty of their crime. I met Peck the next year in New York City, but I have never heard of or seen him since." I chest, nhv.i)n ready, nl d n ways efficient, always nat FTtv Ijfactoryi prevent a cuM or (ever, euro all liver III1, sick headache, Jaundice, cAnstliMtlon, etc. SSc The only Tills to bike w lth Hood's Sarsanarllla. Hoo B5 Jovoriinr William 0. litmllry. Lieut. Governor -- V. J. Worth-inito- AN OPEN LETTER To MOTHERS. rBfiis Mr. I.on Bryant is on the sick list. Mrs. Kllzi I locker, of Butler comity, is visiting friends and relatives in vim; him.. this neighborhood. Mr. Kit Atis in is replacing his bulling which burtd about n ytar ago. The crows ate doing considetnblc damage to com in this section. Stock water is very scatce. Mi. and Mrs. G W GjIT passed through this neighborhood last week en route to Jingo S. J BryrtLt went to Olaton Inst week on business. The factory nt Horton will statt up in n lew days. Ikk. ., .,, Pponle 111 Otin && cop-'c- s & I X7ANTKD-TRUSTW0RTHYA- one-hal- Illinois (Jen. f. Q. TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL HfcreturyofHtnlo Chin lo Finloy. VK ARK ASSISTING IN TUB COURTS OUK KIOIIT TO TIII5 Attorney General W. 8, Taylor. UXCLUStVK USE OF THE WOUD "OASTORIA," AND Auditor tinimiiii II. Stout'. " PITCHER'S OASTORIA," AS OUIt TRADE MARK. Tn usurer Gen. W. Long. ' Massachusetts, Commissioner ot. Aurii'iilMirn, !Jnr The (HftinguMied New Yotk Clicm , DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyanms, ytnti&iies I', A, SUicttm, di'tuoriMratlng bis ticultitro nnd Lucas was tho originator CASTORIA," tho same of "PITCHER'S ol n tellable nnd absolute Mmiro. on cvcr cure lor Consumption (Pulnionnry .S.ip'rintrinlrnt Public lri9t riiction-- ( that has borno and docs now Tuberculosis) ind ail bronchial, thro-tt- , wrapper. ifo M. Diiviion. bear tho facsimile signature of lnng and chest diseases, stubborn lt"L'iler Lniiii Ollii'c Cfir. 0, geneiMt Ui'Viiold. C' ughs, catarrhal This is the original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been decline nnd weakness, loss of fUsli, fiisiirniice Huii'iiii CniiiniMoiur-- I) used in tho homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty and conditions ol wasting nwnv, will V. Comiiigurc. send THREE FREE BOTTLES ( ll years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is Ailjiitnnt General L). H Collier. difletcnt) ol his New Discovery to nny on Hmto Iiibrnrinu Mrs. Mary Hrowii the hind you have always bought ullltcted render of Tint Uhpuhucan .IXiy. writing for them. and has tho signature of Cta&zZ&ZcZtk wrapIlls "New Scientific Ttr.itnietit" IlAIUt'lAtl COMMtHfltoNniiS. per. No ono has authority from mo to use my name exh.s cured liiousntids permanently hy Jno C. Wood, chniriunn; ,T, F. its timely use, nnd he considers it a cept Tho Centaur Company of which Chas. II. Fletcher is ecrctnry simple professional duty to suffering I)enipcy, II. S. Irwin, SnniuerF. llrown. President. a trial ol his in Humanity to donate , ? .. . cosnttrB'to.VAt.. fallible cure. &&. March S, 1S97. Science cinilj develops new won-del- s, Hon. William C. LimN Seimtors nnd thisgre.it chemist, patientDo Hay, Hon. J. C. S. illiickbimi. Be Deceived. ly experimenting lor years, has pr Kepresentntivo Fourth District huiimui-tj- ' Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting duccd results ns beneficial to Hon. Jolm W. Louis. as can be claimed bv ntiy modern 21 cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you 8TATKl.i:(IISt,ATtll!i:. genius His assertion that lungtrotib (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the inHon, A, I). Junius. les nnd consumption are curable in Hcnntor nnj- - c'lmate is ptoven by ' licnttic't lioprPTiitnlivc Ohio County Hon. gredients of which even lie does not know. letters cf gr,Uitude,"filed inhisAmer C. M. iiiuni'tt. lean nnd European Inhfttiitntles in Kind You thousands from those cured in all OHIO COUNTY. E BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF parts ol the world cim'UiT oouirr. Medical nxpeits concede that bronI Ton W. T. Owen, Judge- - Owens- chial, chest nnd lung troubles lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, born, lion. J Kilwin Itowa, Attorney means speedy and ceattnln death. Simply wtite to T. A Slocuni M Ortetipboro, C, 9S Pine street, New Yotk, giving T. IL.UIaek, Jailer -- Hartford. postomce and express address, and G. 15. Lilinns, Clork Hnrttnrd. the free medicine will be promptly 1J. D. Iliugo, Master Coinniiinucr on sent. Sufferers should instant nil vnn Hnrtford. tage of his generous proposition. G. H Liken?, Truetee Jury Fund You. Please tell the Doctor that you saw Ilurtfoul. his offer in the Rr.Punuc.VN. Ctil. 1. Keown, SIieriir-HnrtfDeputies Samuel Krnwu Marl ford Joe Iiiibcrtf, Fordsville; Tims. It. Uishop, Ceutertown; S. T. Stovoiii, ' Cromwoll. illlirr I Court convenes firt Mnmlny in Semi-weekl- y March nnd Auguttiunl continiti'stlirce weeks, ami third Mnmlny in Mny ami Novcmticr two weeks. 7 count v corr.T. $1.75. John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. KVKKY member ot I). M. Hooker, Clerk Hnrttnrd. Remember Bullingtori will give KVKItY Inniily on K, P. Nenl, Attorncy-IIitrtfor- d. you a good shave, hair trim or sham." KVKKY farm, in Court convenes first Monday poo. KVKKY village, in each month. QUAItriim.Y COltllT. KVKItY Htnte nml Territory. Tor Snip Begina on tho third Monday A desirable farm of one hundred April, July ami October. 1 Oil IMiicati.iii, acres, situated near Hartford, well January, COUItT OK CltMS. watered, a good orched, two hundred FOK Noble Ainnhnoil, Convenes first Monday iu January, bearing trees, good buildings.and in FOR Trim W'nniuiilioud. good community. For futther par- nnd Tuesday after tho seond Monday ticulars call nt this office at once, tf in October OTIIKU COUNTY OtTICKIU. "IT sives nil important iirtt of tlio Nation. G. S. Fitzhugli, Surveyor Sulphur ITgivos a I imporinni news of tho World. Springs. IT give tlio niiiot reliable market rcporli. N. C. Daniel, Awowor Cromwell. IT give'8 brilliant nnd instructive editorial. Z. II. Shtiltz, School Supt. HartIT j:ive fnoiuntint; short xtories ford. 1 1' For Infants and Children. (jiveii an unexcelled nj;rieiittiiral dcparlmout. L. Huut, Coroner Sulphur It k;vc fcicntifit and ineobanicnl inlormntion. Springs. lit he- yj IT (jives illmtrutcd Inslitim article?. tin C. It. Campbell, PoorhoiiM! mrr IT ttives bumoroiip illiictrntiotiH. C Keeper, Hnrtford. IT gives ciitertaiMiiciit to young nnd old. jimticis' ronirrs. IT gives fatistHCtion evervwbero to overybodv. A. S. Aui.i. March .1, June 1. Sep Wo liirnUliTlin UKl'UHLICAN ami NKW V01IK WKKKLY IlrorTliody SnjJ So. tember 1, December 1. THI HUNK, both papers C.iicarets Candy Catliavtlc, llio most t, limincnl Neve Yurk Chemist and SciPtitUt MnVrs a Flee Oder to our Renders. 67&to rf -- Not "The Have Always Bought" FAC-SIMIL- Cyfc fr Insist Having The Kind That Never Failed ortl. Tho Republican and the St. ouis Globe Democrat one year for fill! fi ill, CASTORIA ". won-dcif- 3?sjtfs2a.xille. $1-2- 5 ONE YEAR y Adilrt'pii all orders to tho izx -"r3-3nL,ce -,c5- - one-hal- , UAKTFOiiD UEFtTBLlCAN. rite .I'.r riar-t- - and .idilrcts on a j t. tal card, send it to Geo. V. lies Room J nuibling, N'ew York Cit), and sample copv oITIIH NFW YORK WRHKI.Y TKUR'NIv will !,c mailed to von - CATARRH Afli-cun- (liI'S S. IT. GOHHEBGUL COLLEGE K, O-.'- t s - SHORTHAND INSTITUTE Cor. 5th and Market Sts, - j.isrxy' llOOK-KHUPIN- Louisville, Ky. SHORT-HANI). - s g Subscribe for The Republican and keep up with the times. TYPR WRITING and Success assured in THREE MONTHS. Terms moderate. Pupils assisted to POSITIONS hen competent Business men furnitdicd StcneKraiil.ers I'KHU Ol' CHARGE liJL fcfc.flJL3t; JJUL iOjXX RiiT' AfTords the bo4 facilities fur thorough pinctic.il trainiuer in iJ. 'MlMliiJ.iJffi H3 Gua-an- cl Do you want any w KfflWQ Pi 'MINTING? If you do, wo Farming Implements, nimlr-rIIulicHorsc-slioein- aro ready to re- ceive your orders ibrar.y tiling m in that line. We print S3 Letter Heads, Dill Heads, Note Heads, 1 Statements, Ciiculam, Dodgers, Puslness Catds, Cauls, WILLIAMS & WILLIAMS, & :jj fd Wedding Invitations, Horse Dills, I Pioscription Dlauks, ick nillh. III fact everything that you want first-clas- fci O fe WHO IS YOUR TAILOR? 8 O ki printed. All work PA s and H fcf at lowest price.-?. . Write or call ' m lor estimates g -- 1 I SNj2H:'fe' V tlei'i-iiry- x u O O o U 1 20 KaiBSB Bfflai WLLfi 23C13?tjC03r,cS., Vi3lih,nm ss.37. 1 aJ f ....,,, nn rosnEVB & Co. Q vi. c sM,E-nn..r- ounij m 1. ar lie el) timm& B637fao tM Q Q O m Our Clubbing Rates. Tho ll"pnlilivan nnd llio Louisville ConitiMroliil.,.. 81 25 " mid Onniicr..lonrnnl, . .. l.oO iiiid Foiui Weekly " 1.75 " nnd Nov York Triliuuei. 12.) 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