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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1897 hao1897092401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. Baby Mil fa Kvery mother fcela an indes- cribable dread n I' 17'? ill its anticipation one of misery. suffering and claiitror of the ordeal make danger attendant upon the most ciitic.il period of her life. Ii c c o in i n (j a mother should be a source of joy to all, but the of tiic pain and Tie " OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH Republican. GONQRESSIONAt 1R ti-- l' ui limit mi Will prnotlce hie V&.xri.6i iFnamnftJuv ... , 3 to i ui . . U'.ix, i law n in Ohio t11 in HAitri 01:11, pron-p-i- DISTRICT, VOL. X. HARTFORD, KY., FltlDAY, SEPT. 24, lief that the deficiency abroad will be about 100.000,000 bushels more than usual, nnd meanwhile reports indicate that less corn than was expected will be available for export. Its c While price has risen about win at receipts at Chicago have been 189T. No. J). nnd adjoining oiiiiutiajii, nnii court of Appeals. Special utuuitii given collections. Office twit tiii! ol jmKft square. M. L. HHAVIUS. HEAVRl!. SlIrLRV TA?LOR. & NO HALTING. as Seasons MOTHER'S FRIEND Business Gets Better Fall the remedy which relieves women of the great pain and bufAdvance. fering incident to maternity; this hour which is dreaded as woman's severest trial is not only made UPWARD. GOING painless, but all the danger is re- PRICES moved by its use. Those who use this remedy arc no longer despondent or gloomy; nervousness Large Increase In the nausea and other distressing conNumber of Wage ditions arc avoided, the system is Earners and In made ready for the coming event, and the serious accidents so comValues. mon to the critical hour are obviated by the use of Mother's is a Missing to woman Tit Friend. I'ATr? H" 'I'll II ii: I'.ll.t is I.-- M breaking the records, riceipts at all the Western points arc for the week n little below last year's, but Atlantic exports, 9773,138 bushels (flour included), against 4 270,755 last year lor two week, with 5 579.771 bushels corn, against 3 570 704 last jcar, indicate a foreign demand apparently limited nt present only by ship room. Sit.ce the sunll corner In August, cotton lias relap3ed to 7io, no tumors effecting prices much. Notth. 15) 31.00 PER BOTTLE nt all Draft mores, or eont by mall on rocoipt or price. BOOKS Containing invaluable Information nt tn all rnrr Interest adilrm, women, mil bo sent upon nppllcatlon, by rlttt to any Tu. MUDFIELD HtCtJLATOK CO., Atlanta. Ca. An lo ealeutf rrotect Tnutr thrr nur hrloe ymi wraith Wrli JOHN WkUDCHUL'KN CO , fttrnt Attor. fcfyi. WaMojtum, I. , for thtlr $1,411 rlio offer nad list oC t o hundnM lareotlotat Wanted-- IWt Idea Who ran think tlilDtf .ante slrnDIa wuil. eAERGHANTS ... - e rvi 93 IIiNlJ!rERnft New York, Sept.. lo & Co's wtckly tevicw of trade, which will say: issues There i no liaUin in tlic ntlvance. Business jjrows better in nil ways, for while its spcculntivu and breiks conspicuous gnmbleis for a dtcliue, a steady increase in pioloction, in working (otccnnd in the power ot the people to purchase is the feature which ovcrshndows nil others Reports of New Yoik trade unions show nn increase since one year ago ol 84 per cent in the number of men nt R G. Dun n work, and similar increase nuiong men in like positions throughout the country would exceed 340,000, while every week adds many establishments to the active list. The coal miners' strike has disclosed such facts and WTIieLoauinjSr-ciu'U.'Aiunlca 23 TbV.o I! U.fcV J'J brought to light such differences that work will probably be very soon re 1 200.M0 CiiiC. sumed by a large share ol the men. 1jrrnDrcTD!rT:BC?r: - A The farmers ute helped by higher W UWUnLI r t ' VitN' prices for wheat, nnd while Western f TllrtUKI f It u Ik. rat trtiro ri M iii'm' .i i JlJ receipts do not show that they have Mitl). 'ilityuirvl wiwai it f)j v7 itiiconKi h t ! iiff nil 'iu( n( ri.n tit fi i. marketed a tenth of their crops, as. p- thr COMlrjJ f.tll ,MuM( l Ai (hlmulsy iitiUit ' .vt i,cul surance of n handsome profit to come wt in unrti4 rml UTjIHI nn toll r ll( rutH prepares them to buy liberally here m0 p l.ll. ITJIK. lh n't U4mhImcihIi union after. Because of this nnd the inuit. hyriiti'T, rtirtcliii tr, ( r Iit1ii jiu, ihH will ttntctiKM ii, p it n HI ii crease of hands at work dealers inm. Otir N. W ?iL.l!f.il &!' tin IV) tucli.ro ttauo; throughout the country have started hfncoirpi vulSoftrirti roj "tunn'i(ll. iffw I im.l.o It cm now rriluru. to rcp'emibh stocks, which is the Inf, n 1pciiIm it fmm fiuiur I y 'if iIpjh xuuUironTtvttn mot It great force at present operating in 1 lit r c Bro in isomtixl, ub J (hobli-i- f ti.iitiiMl ictitritt. manufacturing nnd trade, through WECURE GLEET , distribution by retail trade has greatly T! iiiun J 1 'tmj m I n P Ut orp increased, A gaiu ol 12 per cent in mill nio lm if l ir r.i alf y r imd l one month in the output of pig iron, itnliH r iihumII tliii ill mi cio. Xiiijf fii (rHttly i iik n rn is 6 from 165 37S tons August 1 to of tlnri I'onflh o ;'l'in. .iniil taknei", umtur"! lJlw!ro', Vnli-i- , September I with knowledge , JVr Mnulinotl, iNcnrnHr'nc lrHttih'y. nt liwhn anin that half a dczen other fiitnaccs ate in, Nuil.vu ilyw. iiU dark uicL. Utik Hi k, Ccner.il J nretM.oii, Jck ptcpating to re&ume, and that unsold nf Aluliition, VnrioK'cIn. Mininlftn KTUU li'llll Tart-- , cK HLKLT stocks have been reduced 14 400 tons mnylo tliociu o. JJon'tr 'HmiU f imily rivll o hi weekly in August, indicating cou doctors m tin I'fUO lid( J nt li i. nllow theo MwinI sumption oi about 190,000 tons more Uuarkr ti csprinuut on ) u. Confult ,siwialifi,.li tlitrpmuleft hf tulrof than explains the moderate advance IHwimih lJI.u i(nni"n. (i irNKW Minauii inikAfui.M' wiii pi- in prices ol finished products, avcrag. tncly euro j. Ono tho r.iul ulbi4 .o r.ccfi t f"P tn tiutnt nod for a ing but 6 per ceut since the lowest cinnotcurc. ictinttuod onto fir acme. point, August 12. Pig is a shade CURES GUARANTEED stronger at Chicigo, but the proof VAIIICiicnt.l.. SfllW, OM KT. that the advance Is healthy is found r. IMl'illlINCV. SI'i'ltLT nllticn IIUVNAri'llAI. niMlIAIKl. in the growing demands ot consumllltMKS ers, especially foi bats, with inquiries CONnl'I.l.Tli):T Flllir. HOOK'S I'llKi: If nnnl.l. tn call, wrllo fnr for 300,000 tons repotted nt Chicago, (JUIkTION 1ILASK f.r 110MU 1ULAJM1.ST for structural work, including 12,000 tons for Santa Ve bridges, for all sorts 3I(EWEDY KERGA of car material, including 10,000 axM 109 IV rnMPTUII VI HUmI RTHFCT les, nnd for platra, especially lor shipI W U ttmim t.1 CINCIHHATI, O, yards jon the lakes, so tint the most prices have advanced $1 per ton. Rods, sheets and merchant pipe nre in heavy demand. Copper is steady and lead it shade stronger at 4 15c nnd the production of coke has reached 124,000 tons, with 12 717 ovens in operation. Wheat has ri'en 5c the past week, not in a flurry, but in answer to the foreign demand. daily increasing Though teports of the crop, how almost wholly out of d.mger, indie its a jield never surpassed but once, foreign accounts still strengthen the be 5SSE2S;Sa cm mills nrjcQriiujtiiug very.largoly, with n continuing demand for goods, which has advanced the ptices of many. With enormous speculative sales of wool, which appear to constitute most of the market at Boston, there is also more buying there and elsewhere by the woolen mills, which are enjoying extraordinary demand for gojds nt prices nvernging not 10 per cent higher than was paid early in the year. The average advance for the week In sureties has been $1.12 per share for railtoads nnd 79P for trusts, Failures for the week have been 215 in the United States, against 315 last year, and 36 In Canada, ngatnst 47 last year. A Mrillritl Mililriit. Uach student of medicine, before graduating to become n doctor, has to undergo n catechism, to see he is competent to practice medicine. Here is a sample of what he must the publisher. I siy to him: How long will you let mo run n column of mntter through jour paper fir $100 or 500, ns the case may be. I let him do thcyfigurinir. nnd if I think he is not trying to take more thuu his Prospershare, I give him the copy. I lay ity aside the profits ou n particular line of goods for adertlsing purposes. At I lnid aside $3,000; Price of Products Other first aside nnd spent $40,000Inst year I laid I have done better this year nnd shnll Than Wheat Make that sunt as the profits warrant It Certain. it I owe my success to newspipers, and to them I freely give a certain Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 11. Senator profit ot tny j early business " Will Lindsay looked up from a big think law bricl this morning long enough Wanted-- An cf aoma almplo Idea Wno ranpatent? tblog to to answer some persistent questions rrotect your !oa.t tb.r may bring von wealth. Write JOHN WEDOEHUUKN & CO .Patent Attor. LpLtheThueji.crresubndent. as fol soya. Washington, I), c, for tbelr I,tU) prits Oder GOOD TIMES. Senator Lindsay Says an Era of Has Begun. lows; and llat ot two bnndrad ln7enilone wanted. $ . I 1 I li -, l il ' i . I i i 'iJtl.A'i-Ml'.N- m i -- 185,-50- 1 n Jlcm-nn- chen-pi- nn-- l answer: Question: What Is the cause oi feel- general weakness nnd tired-ou- t ing? Answer: Poor digestion. Ques.: What is the cause of poor digestion? Ans : Catarrh of the lining membrane ol the digestive organs? Ans.: Stomach, liver and bowels. Ques.: How then, can the weakness nnd tited-ou- t feeling be cured? Ans : By curing the catarrh of the digestive organs. Ques.: What temedy would you use na is the only for this? Ans.: Pe-rinternal remedy lor chronic catarrh. Pe-i- u na cures catarrh wherever located. Ques j What is meant by the Ans.: It term female diseases? means simply catarrh, of the pelvic also organs. Ques.: Will cure catarrh of these organ? Ans.: LYes. Pe a cures catarrh where ver located. A beautiful illustrated nnd instructive book, written by Dr. Hartman especially for moiuen, will be sent ftee for a short time. This book is for women only. Address The Drug Manufacturing Co., Colum-beu a lu-ua s, Ohio. The and Republican the Courier-Journior one year . al for $1.50. AUSTIN F. HOTEL 0. AUSTIN, M'g'r., 531 West Haricot Street Bo twnon 5th and 6th, Louisville, Ky. Cl.BIlKS: I f R. I I T. BAKER AND 0. BAKER. TASTELESS Mill (897 4111 -- . ij . 1. Q Q T V -- THE" Ml 1897 i I Pi !J TO BE HELD- - WARRANTED. PRICE emu, IS JUST A8 COOD FOR ADULTS. nat.ATiA, ills., Nur. 10.18U. TarH Medicine To., Kt. I.OUU, Mo. Wa .old last year, COO boltloa ot iientlcL.om TABvm.i.bS tonic biu imt aitovis'M bought tbreo ftro.a ulreadr thla rear. In all uur ut II years. In lht drug- bntnes. biiTO BGTcr iut4 nn arttclo tbat kito ucu unlTcrial lour.trulr, M yuur 'funlo. AUNLV.CAnn &C0. 50 cts. Owensfooro, OFFICERS: I T. DR. 0. II. T0UD, I'residont. W ATKINS, Treasurer. Oet , 6, ?, 6 and s, 'sy, . ly. Por site h Williams fa & Bell, J. V. T. GUNTIIEIl, Vice Prre. W. CARTER, Sccrottiry. Ek. Book'Keiplng.Guslnes!, PHONOGRAPHY, T1D6 Writing C&rge Special ron A Situation. "foaw mmRsi Mi .afLKaW Wk 4 elegraphy and have Always asiuied. its Havo nlwava been the main lentiirenf'tlioFuir, Tlio finest (tack In Kentucky, Indintin nnd Illinoia compoto ior succcts. tliom, This Year's premiums nio up to tho stindurd oi former years. I f remiums Afcfim hi For circular ol hli famoat anil reaponalbla COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY LEXINGTON, WILBUR R. SMITH, KY., ' h Races am contests to encourago tlio tlovclopment oi speed qualities. Trickory will he debarred, nnd close and lair contests will I).' ex ictcd. Tlio SJ3PESE3X IFULlSr&c. Tluit Enquirer. The writer was lu Beaver Dam, Sept. 12, 1896, and saw the agent of the Cincinnati Gnqniter (when the noon train pulled in (sell at least 100 copies of the paper. Your reporter was iu Beaver Dam, last Sunday, Sept. 1897, and saw the train come For Infants and Children. n v.ilh the same agent but not such "lies a bundle t f inquirers as he had last 01117 TOIjr. year and he sold only one copy. The p"eople htve taken a sober second thought nnd wnnt no calamity paper . r.lcctrlc lltttt-rHin their midst. But prefer to get in Electric Bitters is .1 medicine suited the procei-sionith busy folks and for any fatuson, but perhaps more consequently have no time to read generally needed, when the hnguid Anarchist sheets like the once promfeelingprevails, when the liver is tor- inent Hrquirer. Greenville Repubpid and sluggish nnd the need of a lican. tonic and altetntive is lelt. A prompt use ot this medicine lias ol ten avetted hum (lull Cure. 1 mg and perhaps fatal bilious levets. Dr Armi4ead's Chill Tonic is a No medicine will act more Mtrely in sure cure tor chills J. II Williams counteracting and freeing the system only has n few b ittles, so ii you want to kieu off caills call for a bottle at from the malarial poison. Headache, ONCE. I'rice 45 cents n bottle, Indigestion, Constipation, Dizziness Don't dt lay. yield to Electric BitUrs. 50c. and lilclicil Ity nCfiw. St 00 per bottle at J. II Willi itns Lints written in memory of Little Drug Store. sou of Ivldie Kelley, the James G and Si rah Kelley, who re ISverf licJy Euya So. side rear Render, Ohio county. The Cascarels Candy Cathartic, tin. most medical iliaenrorv nf tlio aire. Dlcas and refreshing to tho tuaie, net gently cause of bis death was a kick from a ant an J positively ou klilnoj s, liver and Imwcls, cow in the nbdomcu. He was standcleansing thn ontlro aystrrn, dispel toKla, ing near bis mother, while she was euro liouiltiolio, rover, liaMtnal constipation and hlllouanco. Plcaso buy and try n box ' milking on Sunday aitetnoon, Augtfoldand 10, t,M)ecuM. ore. 0,0. guaranteed to euro by all druggists. ust sgth. 1897, living till the follow ing Widticday. The little fellow Iu f.tce of the facts that Kentucky's sufleted untold agony till death relievwheat crop is worth $7,000,000, that ed him. His remains were interred more than $600,000 wotth offat catiu the Fisher cemetety. tle nnd $mo,ooo worth of walnut logs Ar sliepitiK, little fiddle, Upon thy narrow ted. have been recently sold in the blue-graalone nnd that corn, potatoes Oh fair the pure white fl lwera Ami viuMs nrottud tlice spread. ami oats, nnd other farm products are bringing good prices all over Ken- II w atl'lv He thy fo ded bauds, IIov black tbe halt clowd eye; tucky the man who persistant!' inA't H're;iln, little IMdie, sists that times cannot Improve until bleeping o silently. . free silver is imposed on the pople darlinK I! idle, must indeed have something tbe mat- Ait W call t" tltec in vain: Bourbon Nes Most desolate our bear b an I hearts, ter with his liver. m Oh, wake, and come again !)n'lltacraspltaud Smwke Hur Ijft Ami. To quit tobacco onklly nnd furcver, bo mag We miss thy coming foitstep. actio, lull of llfo, nortu and vigor, talis Wk tuUs tny laughing tone; Ujc, tbs tbat ninltea weak men Thy thoiutaml pretty, winning ways, strons All drugtflats.COoorll, Aildreoa teed Ilooklct and tauiple free Ate they forever gonv? or New York. Cblcoi-- "The indications of improving business conditions in Kentucky are un mistakable. The increased prices of agricultural products arc generally relieving the pressure under which the farmers cl the country have been laboring during the past four years. II wheat alone was commau'ling a better price, it might be inferred that the case was exceptional nnd resulting alone from the failure of the the wheat crop in other grain growing countries, but, corn, barley, potatoes, hogs, beef, tobacco, and, in fact, every agricul tural product is following the lead ot wheat. Universal economy iu expenditures i3no longer ne'eessary. Many debts have been paid and many will be paid with the proceeds of the crops now being sold, and, as con-- , sumption increases, all kinds of business will naturally look up. The acute stage of the movement in favor of cheap money and silver monometallism lias been passed, and teviving confidence is encouraging legitimate business enterprises. "Weaie not likely to have flush times in the near future, and relief I in in the effects ot the financial depression under which the country has been suffering must come gradually, but it will come. Just iu proportion as the people realize that they must rely upon their own efforts, nnd that Cougress can not reestablish prosperity by law, the sense of confis dence and security will thereby be promoted, and will encourrge the use of the money of the country in active business operations nnd thus make times better. "We have been told time and agaiu that falling prices make times hard. If such be the case theconvets; of the proposition must be true, that increasing wices will make times good. I do not look lor n phenomenal change of condition, hut we have reason to expect that conditions will gradually but steadily change lor the better." .MnrtrluiiN Itraiiltn. From n letter written by Rev. J. Gunderman, of Dimondale, Mich., we are permitted to make this extract: I have no hesitation iu recommending Dr. King's New Discovery, as the results were almost marvelous in the case ol my wife. While I was pastor of the Baptist Church at Rives Junction she was btought down with Pneumonia succeeding I.a Grippe, Terrible paroxysms of coughing would last hours with little interruption and it seemed as if she could not survive them. A friend recommended Dr. King's New Discovery; it was quick iu its work and highly satisfactory iu results." Ttlal bottles free at J. H Williams Drug Store. " luvenile Stands ntd Subscription nooks, by the W. B. Conkey Company, the largest publishers nnd manufacturers of bjoks in the United States. Finest line of new holiday nnd other subscription books on the market. Also agents wanted for "The Sliver .Side," the latest and best text-booon the silver question by the greatest silver leaders. Exclusive territory. Litest commissions. Prices below competition. Write at on:e for circulars nnd special terms, stating your choice ol territory k UYtUP, Business Men's excursion lo Louisville, Ky , September 27, a8 nnd 29, HARTFORD, KY. Tickets on sale September 37, 1897. a8 and 29, nnd 1897, on the certificate Perry Westorfield, plan. By this arrangement a ticket is sold from Beaver Dam to Louisville nt the regular rate $3 15 and n certlfi Bbavlh Dam, Ky. cate furnished with the ticket for JR. K. WEDDING which you are entitled ton return trip ticket at one third rate $1.05 which is equal to $1 ao for the round liAiiTroiti), Ky. Will practice his profession in nil trip. This atrangement is good ten tho courts oi Ohio and adjoining (to) day from date of Mle going. a m tm counties. Also Notary Public. Wnnlril AKriit Office, in Commcrcinl Hotel. Holiday nnd For the XtlorneysrtLaw Attorney at Law Attorney at Law, Attorney Will practice his profession in all th courts of'Ohioand adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a business entrusted to bis care. Col lections a specialty. Oflico over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. HAKTFOllD, KY. at Law, W. B. CoNKtjY Company, OASTOXIIA. 9 uc&x Whin ! n i Anderson, led., Special: Farmer Jas. Shuman, hvlug near Lepel, was in the city looking up legal points to see if he had grounds for action against William Jennings Bryan. Last fall he was a silver man. He heard Bryan in Indianapolis and Anderson, and especially marked the warning to farmers thatif silver went down, as he said it would if the Republicans were elected, wheat would elo go down. The day alter election he thought he had struck a good thingwhen gold men, theShetterleys, of Lapel, contracted for this year's wheat crop at 58c a bushel. He was called upon to deliver 500 bushels the day Madison county dealers paid $1. He is loser several hundred dollars, and thought he could recover ofl Bryan. He was greatly disappointed when he learned he could not. Til ho- - IIrllrrtl llrjnn Niilil. 34t, 343. 347. 349i 35' Dearborn Street, Chicago, . Ills, .. The Tolr tin MrcUly lllmlr. Ever intelligent family needs in addition to their local paper, a good national weekly. The gieatest 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 postoffices In 'the country. It is edited with reference to a national circulation, It is a Republican paper but men of nil 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 household. Serial stories, poetry, wit and humor; the Household department, (be3t in the world) Young Folks, Sunday School Lessons, Tals mage's Sermons, the Farmstead, the Question Bureau (which answers questions for tubscribers), the News of the Week in complete form, and other special features. Specimen copies gladly sent on application, and if you will send us a list of nddresses, 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. Will practice his profession in tbe Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn ties. Special attention given to col lections. Offico in Courthouse. Attorney at aw, HABTFORD, KY. JNO. B. WILSON, (totutfy Attorney) Attorney atI.yT Law HARTFOBD, abstracts, &c. JL'8o Notary Public for Ohio County. Ufiico North side of public square SPECIAL attention making given to Attorney at Jaw Hartfoiid, ICy. R. E. LEE SIMMEBMAN, Will practice his profession in all the Oouitsof Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly Office with T. J"- Smith Co., Market Street. j; Attorney at Law, Hhrtford, Ky., Will practice his profession in Ohio andadjoining counties. Special given to all business entrusted Oflico in Republican jo his care. J.B. VICKERS, building. HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice in nil tbe Courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Offico with County Attorney. Attorney at law ARMISTEAD JONES, OiVSTOniA.j vritfii. tin iTtrf Thrown From a Horse It matters not from what cause the blood becomes poisoned, it ia impossible for the doctors to effect a cure'. This class of disease has puzzled the science of medicine for ages, and the same treatment that was employed centuries ago is now prescribed. Potash and mercury are the component parts of every doctor's prescription for diseases of the blood. Many of the blood purifiers are based on potash and mercury. In fact, S. S. S. (Swift's Specific) ii the only blood remedy that Is guaranteed purely vegetable, and Is the only one that contains no harmfnl ingredients. S. S. S. is the only blood remedy that cures real blood diseases, obstinate cases that physicians and other remedies have failed to cure. It never fails to cure a blood disease--no d the case. matter how deep-seate- Louisville Dental Co.. fif-- v ' 3&2CS08S5 OWENSBORO, KY. Gold Crowns $5 to $7 Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Best set ol teeth (no better made no matter how much you pay) . $3 Gold fillings $1 up Silver filling 75c Extracting, pei tooth 25c IKW.M.st. n Painless extracting with Vitalized Air 50c Exttacting free when Artificial Teeth ute ordered. Office permanently located, Tk Y fill fl O . lllcycle.aoM Watch, Diamond Klnit. or a Scholarship in won-rtmf- I I Texarkana, Tex., or a schol-arsh- lp In most any other reputable business college or literary school lu the V. 8. can be secured by dolnga little work at home for the Youth' Advocate, an illustrated Journal. It i elevating lu character. Moral lu tone, and especially interesting and profitable to young people, but read with Interest and profit by people of all aces, stories and other interesting matter well illustrated. Sample copf es sent free. Ageuts wanted. Address Youths' Advocate 1Mb Co., Kaslnille, Tenu. Mention this paper I M K'GOnlG wvpiv ""''a 1 FREBj Jao.oo IN GOLD, College. Uraughon'a Practical Bimncas Naahvllle, Tenn.,or :..v.- ' - ss fc No-T- wonder-worke- Bterllng Hcmedy Co, . AirartlrU Mrilul at World's Kzpoaltlon. IKfr. to tliou.anili of (rradualta In poilil.wi. I01I or Full llualnraa Cuura. Including lluoka anillloanl lu family, about JA , Kb Jrthuu'.Type-Wnu'Dgaid Telegraphy , Specialliei. Plploma, B"Ti Kentucky Unlwilty (luurM uoJ.r !, avHrd.il graduate. Literary frea. If deelnxt. Notnrallou. Cuternow. araituatM.ucrtMdil tti havt vour Mint nacA . adjrtu It oritur hb, ' Every raeo will lio A now feature is the Hioylo Racos. loaiinc ou tlio back strotch, and tho boys that win will Iihvo to Bit 37-a:- BIOYOILiES R.AOE5S3EV,Ia3R.-LI-.3E3:-3LXJ3L. - Unt Wmiitiimltfr first-cia- ss. No up and "git VILBUR R.SMITH,l.tXINGTON,KV VltOi 1MB CU5! KvAnd Maclnnery Department will bo as attractive as it can be made. llrinp tlio products of your department will be filled toils utmost, ery farm, garden dairy, your paintings, needle nnd fauny work. 23 MiLrijiHv,ai MiiRp tfTSRiTf iiitu mil 1 - f mkmii!i) 4iviir;ri r?ta 2sLwuin 1 1 1 UlLUU tuiiiSSiri- - allS T nn .inm, rSTTYTE! w lyiiin n ji.w av- - it km. uuiiwiam Mmairaia a7VTtiarJSuaUtuUWl lW( Ti,Tarf-MMJUtH.Irr Look out for Tlio Imot HAND of MU3I0 has always been oblaiued. No intoxicants sold or gamhliug ti.lowed on tlio NEW FEATURES. grounds Apply t the Rrcrotnry for Premium List or general information, lo T. A. Pedley fur privilege t" Jus Keeley lor bicycle raco Information. rrrt sou? 11 KImiLUFHf . EMSBAKCUi i.r.wrail 5 5WlftTUillli KVunMri,iuj(iiie(T ..!..., luvmuu J. W. CARTER, Sec'y. Owensboro, Ky. Johti Wanamaker, the great Philadelphia merchant, said in a recent interview: "I never iu my Hie uped such n tiling as a poster, or dodger.or handbill, My plan for tweuty cars has been to buy so much space in n newspaper nnd fill it up as I wanted. I would not civ? an nd In a newspaper of 600 circulation for 5,000 dodgIf I wanted to sell ers or posters cheap jewelry or ruu u gambling scheme Iwmtd not Insult a JvMt The reading public with handbills. ctats oi people who read them aie too poor to look lor support lu the atlairs. I deal directly with Nay. writes : "About three years ago my Bertha Whitwood, was thrown from a horse, receiving a wound of the scalp. Under the treatment of physicians the wound seemed obstinate, and for several months remained about the same, until It finally became very angry looking, and broke out Into a running sore. This soon spread to other parts of the scalp, and ran down the side of the neck, increasing In severity, and fearfully disfiguring her. "After being constantly under a physician for a year, and her condition a great deal worse than at first, we placed her tinder tho care of the faculty of a hospital, but even the treatment she received there failed to arrest the terrible core. "Reading of the many cures of blood troubles effected by 8. 8. S., we decided to try it, and it relieved her promptly. At first this retuedy seemed Att tpiug, doatcat Eddie, to Increase the discharge, forcing out The holy prajer was said, the poison; this soon ceased altogether, And ' ta th to earth nnd dust to and the place began to heat. In a dust." few months she was entirely cured, and scarcely a mark now remains We laid thee with the dead. where the dficase held full sway." Gently we laid our treasure down, 8, H. 8. la the right remedy for all blood diseases, and Is the only cure In futh .d holy trust; for Contagious Blood Poison, Scrofula, And seelly in the old graveyard Rczema, Cancer, Rheumatism, Ca1Mb shop thy prtclous dust I d tarrh, etc., no matter how the case. 8. 8, 8. is guaranteed rtrt sleeping, nugel Kddie? Upon the Savior's breast, Sale, safe within his precious fold Our little lamb doth rest. and contains not a particle of mercury, potash, or other mineral, which Oh kep him, bUssed Jesus, means so much to all who know the Our little tteasute keep, disastrous effects of these drugs. Ti'l e like anel Uddle, Valuable books can be had free by la tlieeslnil Mil Asleep addressing SwilT SruciFIU COMPANY, Ui'.llTH V Rowk. Mus Atlanta, Georgia. grand-daughter well-know- n 1 11 deep-seate- Miss Bbrtha Mr. II, Kuhn, of Marlon, frWhitwood. Kansas; OM - inn: T.vtii.r: n. i. v. it. it. CiOINO HAST. ky, iu ,i tti Local Freight No 292 n 6 00 n in. No, 222 n 02 p. tn. Mail No. 202 a 7 25 p. m, Fast Mail 1 GOING WEST. No. 201 0.7 17 a, tu. No 221 u 12 25 p tn. Mall Local Freight No. 291 03 25 p tu. H. MunnicK. Act, Fast Mall Purely Vegetable Hen 'irori n ute Louisville, Henderson nnd St Louis Railway Company Time Caid tffective May 30, 1897. EAST BOUND No j 2 4 44 7 56m 8:55pm Lv St Lou's Evansville 6:50am 2:21pm 2:45.1111 Hendetfon 7:15am 2:46pm 3:10am Spoltsvtlle 7 3Sam 31c 7pm 2:28am OwciisbcroSMb'aM 3:44am 4:00am Hawesville 9:17am 44' put 4 sontn Cloverpott 9'45atn 5:03pm 5:10am Iringtnu 10 45111 6.03pm 5:571111 AiLottisiille 12 35pm 7 45pm 7:30am WF.ST I10UND No. 41 45 43 Lv. Louisville 7:30.1m 4'5P' 8.23pm 6 09pm 9:30am Brantlenbuig Irvington 9'i5nni 6:43pm 9:5anm Stetl11ppt.it 9:51am 7.20pm m:2iani Cloverjipit 10:1 lam 7:39pm io'26ptu Hnwtviile 10:35am 8:04pm 10:58pm Owensboto M :35am 905pm 11:48pm Spottsvllle 12:17pm 947P'u uiajpm. Hendethon 12:40 10:10pm 12:45pm Uvansvllle 1:15pm 10:40pm 7.20pm Ar St Louis 7:33piu All trnirs run tb tonsil solid Ut Through Parlor Cata HvBtisvil'e. nnd Pullman Sleepers on all ttaltta lew ten St. I.iuis, ttvansville and Louisville. No, 41 and 42 counters ot Itvington for Fordsvtllc and irg Id. . 3. 1897- - dally evept Sunday. ann, YlilfMywn "iTUler. .Cfcj,J of OsVen iUmV f t- - ' '' "- zZ AtAw. tSUSK The verdict ol Iho jury in Judgo fatmrf. Mr K II nmlth, Cnntrlll's "dirty linen" enso wna "not county, exhibited n tobacco plant FRIDAY, SEPT. 24. 1897- wi h '.rives so blackened by the ftost guilty." tb .t it ivii pi ilnty to he seen the In tho Stomach Cnusod Croat Offlco on FoxStroot. Sufforlng Wns Confined to tho Tun eilvcritoa Insist that tlio riso in damage wna not cx.igcrattd. A lied Hut Now Abto to Work. message from Mr. Will Clay, Hut lliirlluril, Uy whentisdito to scarcity only. IkMiril Uicr.v 1'Hiln.v " In October, 1893, t had nil rImccss in said one bundled of Mt. Sterling-lmw nbnntwool. my stomRch. Iwns alio tnkon with pleuEditor. JAS. A. ANDERSON niuN of toli.icco had Keen mined risy Hint coughed very badly. I was Populists ol Tin: Subscription, $1.25 por yoar Ohio Democrats and further' apart n or that town. A dispatch liom treated by physicians but did not improve. 1 gave up nil li'opo ot ever getting welt. county nro getting Paris Miid that a good denl ol Bournt Hnrtford Kntcreil nt the post-offievery dny as the campaign progresses, bon county tobacco had been caught, My right sldo was swollen and I was not as second class until matter. oblo to Wftlk across tho room and was and similar report came from Macll-lsn- n, confined to my bed. I was ndvUed to Fr.osr during tho past week, lias fall el by, Woodford, Hart and try Hood's Snrsniurllla and began taking 'dono considerable damago to growing many other counties iu the burley it. In three- days I could seo n chango C . Jr KTMttr-- . crops in Kentucky, Indiana and for tho bettor. I kept on taking Hood's belt, tiarsapnrilla until I had taken four botj News front the dark tobacco sectles and continued to improve I am now was equally discouraging. TeleTun farmers are rapiJIy getting tion were received from A C.Tomp nbto13.to don good day's workon tho farm." M. grams Mann, Dcmoesvllle, Kentucky. back the $80,000,000 which they lost kins & Co., J. S. IMehn & Co, tf sa -in tho yaluo of their sheep under freo O. D. Hiynes& Co., of ?xon jt&K aew csum , Owensboro; trade. county, nui Whltcsville, Daviess nud If fusion under tho Plow and Ham- many other dealers iu f inner de REPUL1CAN TICKET. sold by llwlr ief.ic tailing the damage mer will kill tho Democratic party, druggists. tive localities tljslirorts, Prepared only tiyO I. Ilood&Co., what will fusion under tho Rooster do Eloctlon Nov. 2, 1897. """" The best informe.l warehouses iu Lowell. Mass. Q(t Hood's nnd only Hood's, to the Populist party? Echo, auswers, r aro the best the trade said their advice were th it j, kill it. pUD, aid dlcMtlon. sse. Clerk of the Court of Appeal rAsjiNo uxdui tub winm. a latge portion of the late plan'iug nOOU 8 FillS J. G. Bailey. was in the field nud they thought it Tiik announcement of tho coming l'riiKriiiniiir. Stato Senator. Dr. T. G. Turner. would be ruined. The Weather BuThe following is the programme nuptials of Miss Emma Sharp, of Representative, It. C, Jarnogin. reau Crop Section Dulletin estimated for the Teachers Association of the County Judge, Jne. A. Paik. a-:n.ca-:rcOwcnsboro. and Air. Jack Hodge, of L L thi proportion of uncut tobacco at Rockport Magisterial District to con-veCounty Clerk, M. S. llngland. Chicago, havo been declared a fake. twenty-fiv- e per cent. Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, at Centertown, September 25, County Attorney, M. L. Hcavrin. The amount of corn that was 1897: The Fan Company has niadu c.xtcnrivo pupitriitwu lur tlio iiniueuso crows this fall, mid added mine valThe candidates on tho fusion tickSheriff, S.T.Stevens. caught was small, but all the late Devotional exercises I. C. Hoovuable premiums, which arc certain to attract the peoplo. Tfiey hnvn gone to a big expense fixing mid improvtho Hon. J. E. Rowo Scbool Superintendent, Fon Rogers. et are against vegetables were killed and as a c n -- er. nnd nro trying to get him off of the ing tho grounds and incc track, which is second to none in tlio country. Jailer, Thos. H. ttlnck. sequence have advanced sharply on Address of welcome J. L. Brown. Wonder how Mr. Rowe's ticket. Assessor, G. D. Royal. the market. Response J. Karl Taylor. Coroner, L. W. Hunt. friends feel in regard to tho matter? Spelling D. M. Maddox nnd S M. Surveyor, N. Moxlcy. It on till llltrr IiiiiraienieiiM, Sunday's Evansvillc Courier con- Wilson. "Because it is my deliberate judgMAGISTRATE. Geography C U Smith and P. II. Hartford Dist Christoplicr Allen. ment that tho prosperity of America tained in part the following notice in regard to Rough River navigation: Ross. Cromwell Dist Jonl B. Wilson. is mainly due to its system of ProtecEncouragcd by tho splendid success of lust year's exhibit, tho ompnny intends to make the coming Fair Here the government has expended Recitation Miss Bee Brown Fonhvillo Dist Jacob Cliaucclor. tive Laws, I urge that Germany has ono of unusual importance and pleasure to thepoop'o. Tim RosineDist Jj. B. Loney. peels aro better lor a Fair this year than they Readiug Mrs. Jennie Hires nnd considerably ovtr $ioo,oooin the connow reached the point where itis nee Bulord Dist Kd Mnssie. of a lock O. V. Hlnes. have ever been, liouutllul crops nud successful funning luive conspiird to mule times good, and tlio farmers of struction and maintenance essary to imitate the Tariff system and dam about nine miles sbove the Civil Government J B Davidson, nro contented nud happy. Everybody can a fiord to spend tho small sum of TWKTV FIVE CBNTSto see the Bismark. the United Stntts." mouth of the river, with a view of J. Will Jones. Judicial District. great attractions nnd their many old friendiagnin thU year The Floral Hall display will bo better this year NOOK. The county campaign is progress- providing slack water to Hartford, than usual, whilo tho Itaces will be moro Ire qtiont nud exciting than over. King horses will bo on hand in nbun-nnc- e, FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE, ing nicely and everything points to the county seat of Ohio county. The Consciousness G. T. Taylor. have and b'uo and red ribbon will bo iu much detnind. Iu short, it will be an Fair nl the most Grammar W. E. Morton and I C LU C1US P. LITTLE. the election of tho entire Republican appropriations for this g,work $25,-001890, Hoover. enjoyable kind, where nn i a toxica ting liquors will bo sold, and where everybody will have thu opportunity of tho been as follows: Sept. ticket. The people recoguize in FOR COM'TH ATTORNEY, July 14, 1892, $15,000; Aug. 17, Arithmetlc--A. Casebier and Republican meeting together iu social converso and invigorate sightseeing. i men nominated by tho 1894, $22,500; June 3, 189S, $43,000. T. S. Woodward. NOE. to conduct I convention thoproperones Total, $105,000. Penmanship A. A. Brown. tho affairs of the county and believ- The river is narrow and covered on The Populists of Ohio county still Recitation Miss Bessie Rowt. ing them to bo tho best for that pur both sides with heavy forests of timwant to know about that fus'on de I Miss Bertha Brown. Composition . pose they will vote for them. ber which, on account of natural deTheory and Practice C. Iglehart. vice. L oO cay and the effect of storms, is conMattie Rohinson, i A Man with a loaded revolver was Com. Judge Cantrillis through with his arrested in tho Whito House grounds stantly precipated into the streams, J. Karl Taylor. J J. E. Davidson. W. G. HARDWICK, T. L. "washing." It was not as big n job Monday after he had sought in vain to thus requiring very constant vigilance to keep the channel clear. OverJfiyFor Premium list or other inlormntinn apply to as he bad hoped. 'i..vr.itTinx. secure an interview with the Presi hanging timber and boughs also tend Mr. Robert James has left us to ac- . the Republican dent. He was evideutly a crank, but to obstruct navigation. When you vote cept a position with a livery firm at his presence in tho grounds, his ticket you vote for tho party who beAt this time the navigation on this Beaver Dam. for hostilities and above nil, stream is entirely suspended by realieves in homo industry. Mi P. II. Ross has returned from his actions for tho past few days lead son of an accumulation of these obTexas to take charge of his school, of to the belief that the man was much structions In its channel. HAVE OPENED THEIR SiiEmrF Martin and sixty-fou- r but alter one day's, work he had to his deputies, charged with killing more dangerous than the averago luIt is of vital importance to the stop his school for a few days on accountry which this improvement was count ot his health. striking miners at Lattimore, Pa., on natic. designed to benefit that the channel Prof. II. II. Davis ctme home September 10, have been held on a "The benefit of protection goes of Rough river be cleard of this from his school last Friday on the bond of $10,000 each. first and last to the men who earn once, and the convention sick list. After a thiee weeks drunken their biead in the sweat of their faces. is urged to call the attention of the Miss Katie Hawkins, from above spree, Frank Denny, a farmer living The auspecious and momentous re- government authorities to the matter Hartford, visited friends here Inst sult is that never before in the histo in as impressive a manner as possible week. nt Union City, Ky drank a half ento the end that the people of Ohio s Rone & Co. are erecting a nice of alcohol and died. Ho served ry of the world has comfort been joyed, education acquired, and indo county may have restored to thera house on Main street. with dcstinclion in the Union array. peudence secured by so large a ma the necessary nnanscf transportaReneer Brus. have taken their saw mill out on Roujjh river where they is no sacrifice of principle jority of the total population ns in the tion of their products and the proThere James curement ot supplies A very large have a large lot of logs to saw. United States ot America." for two parties to ruse under an indeMr. Willie James, of Point Pleasscope of country is very seriously inpendent device, but wheu the device G. Blaine. convenienced by the suspension of ant, entered school here last Monday. old party is accepted there is a of an Mexican workmen, who get less navigation on Rough river. Our school is progressing very Burrender of principle, which the than half what those of the United The city of Hartford which is an nicely; very good attendance of disPopulists will nut submit to. States get, are having a hard time important trade center for a large trict pupils. We have been treated to some good is very greatly dependent on At Greenville last Tuesday George now that they must take pay in 40 music lately by Mr. Robert Jnmes Biskett was sentenced to tho peniten- cent dollars. The American carpen- the rive for transportation. Rex. Many points along the river, and and Mr Jake Warden. , tiary for a term of ten years for par- ter gets $2.50 per day in good 100 especially on the north side, are alticipating in tho White murder case cent dollars, while the Mexican carPresident McKinley was called by at Owensboro last November. The penter gets 81.23 in coin worth 40 most wholly dependent on the river, some prophetic follower, ' the advance The real value without which the only method of agent of prosperity " Between Nocases against the other three partici- ceute on the dollar. This ends one of the 81.25 which tho Mosican gets transportation is by wagon for long vember and March the Free Traders pants were dismissed. to rai!roaJ3 in the southern more thun once, in an effort tu be of the bloodiest chapters in the histo- is just 50 cents, against $2.50 which distances An clgont vehicle and good Iiok and eastern parts of the county. A fino new O.MNIIJUS will meet nil day trains nt Heaver Dam. the American carpenter gets. smart, said that never was an "adKentucky. ry of Leave ort'ir at Fio'tlV I.heij Stoblo, All orders promptly attended to. guarantees a comfortable rid- -. vance agent" so far ahead of his KiiiiiiicllHillim Celebration. Uncle Richard Bland says the rise Hartford. corner Market nnd Union Stn-Pl.'- . show. As was pointed out to them The first celebration of the emanciOUR POSITION. " "'' is due to scarcity, and in wheat nwiiiiu m i Our freo silver neighbor, the Her- that tho silver question has nothing pation proclamation by the colored at tne time, the delay in the ouilng SjhhUIii;. ald, never eees anything good but to do with it. Is it not possible, Un- citizens of Ohio county was had here or the "show" wis due to the United The following is the list of speak This event had States constitution, which put s long channel, last Wednesday. what comes through their cle Richard, if high prices nro proa time tietwejn the eleciou of a Presings arrauged for the county candi and; is bo blinded by party prejudico duced by scarcity and have no rela- been advertised for some days and all date3 nnd as agreed to by the chair seemed to realize the importance of ident nnd his iniuurati n. II .v d that it cannot see anything good tion to silver, that low prices were s like things now? men of the different couunittcei: the occasion and 'twas dlscernable at those Tho iu other parties savo its own. due to plcuteousuess and also had no break of day that something unusual Even the most hide bound do not de- Sept. 24 Bcda, Friday. is different editor of The relation toeilvei? It's a poor rulo ny that prospenty is here; is not in " 27 Beaver Dvui. Mnrdny. Last year dunug that don't work both ways, Uncle was on hand ns the colored visitors the future, but in the present The a'ong that line. " 27. Taylor Mines at nitht. citizens were then pouring Into Sendio-da- y campaign he Richard. ' Wo all know that wheat and the McKinley-Bryn- u ' 28. Mcllenryat night, Tuesday. "show" was not far behind the adtown, Wilncs-day- . thought perhaps it would bo a good was plenty and the cost ot production " 29 Hamilton nt night, It was about 10 o'clock when a pro vance agent as soon ns the advance thing lor tho peoplo to havo the freo is much less than ever before. llulhs for Fall Planting out ot doors. cession was formed near the corporate agent got a chauceto ger in his work. auduulimiled coiuago of silver at tho Bulbs for Winter blooming in the house. Kconomlst. Oct. 4. Hnrtford, Monday. town and at 10:20 limits of the The statistics of tlw cotton crop for o'clock nt the command of Marshal of " Plants for blooming during tlio vVinter. ratio of 10 to 1, but seeing tho folly 4. Centertown at night. llnvlpi ('iiiiiiI.v I'nlr. ot the thin argument us presented by last year show it to have been 8,757,-9(- Ii the day, " 5. West Point chinch, Tuesday Plants for decorating the column, Preparations Inrthcltir pre going bales. It has been sold for nbout headed by the lliyti Colored Brass " 6 Equality church, Wcd'sday. the free silver men ho tins concluded Seeds for Full sowing out of doors. on rapidly. The fences nnd nil the " 6. Cernlvo at night that the policy ot the Republicans $350,000,000, or something more Band to thetunei f "Rally Round the Heeds for Winter Howing in tho house. buildings nre resplendent in n new " 7. Rockport, Thurslny. Flag" began to move In the pro were right and that we havo tho best than tlio total volume of the greencoat of whitewash, and every piece of iSnid us lOo to pay postage and packago and wo will send you 15 " 7. Echols at niht. This is mure thnu cession were floats which represented back cuiicncy. monetary system in exinlencc. rubbish of every kind lit been Hopewell church. Friday. " 8. 'Selected Ruths, orSix packages of Solcctcd Flower Heeds, oreix many different industries nnd Since tho election lust fall we have five times tho value ot tho annual silfrom the grounds. The track " 9 Taylortown school house, udopteJ by colorcJ citujns as packages (ull different) Sweet Peas, or all three collections for 25c, ver product of the country. What seen the fruits of the Repub'ican parhas been put in excellent condition, Saturday. a living i't this to a means of ty put into operation in tho opening folly isitHhenforthe and with the rain that is sure to come 0., reene, i. Y- " 9. Green Brier school house nt She Among these a week beforehand and a gener.il re think that their . prosperity depends busy bustling world of mills, factories, it will bepetfect. right were floats representing the farm, vlvul of all of our industrial interests, upon "doiug something for silver," There are already a number of horses " 12. Prentis, Tuesday. workshops, mills, laundry, fictory ou the grounds and inquiries nnd orwhich proves conclusively that our when all tho silver produced in tlio " 13. Ctotuwell. Wednesday. school room, nits nnd music, ders for stalls nre coming In every country is more- prosperous under the country would uot buy one in fivo of ' 14 Select, Thursday. The decorations were elaborate and day. It is evident that as much stork gold standard than any of the freo their cotton bales. nt night " 14 Hiifr.-lonartistically arranged aud showed that will be on handns has ever been seen, -- DEAU'R silver countrioj under tho free and " 15 K')i ie. 1'ildny. the decorative mt too, had nttracted IN I'M ON. and much of it is ofbftter quility With unlimited coinage ot silver. " is Mount Pleasant who has and received a consideration by the Miss Stddle Davidson, in their rapid piogresa thin is usually seen There in every j " .ifi Horse limnch S.i thousands of other men, Wo could no been sick the past two weeks, is im- colored nice since the iUjs of slavery. The pro- char.ee that the track tecorl is the Witness out signatures. longer kick against tho eolid truth proving. cession paiadid the principal streets U trotti.ig races will be lowered this 30, 1807. John P Mrs, Nettie Hockcr and children of our town nnd then reputed to the and we have to admit that under ReMcIIenry Grove just lielow town year, nnd at nny rate mere will tie Hnrtford) DES-"3Cli'tu Republican Com. !E3C.L"'Sr,aL7I, publican rulo this cutiutry is more were the guests of Mrs. Sue Hockcr, where an excellcit and bountiful frie some fine sport ItCV.VVN HoMlRODIC, Dam, last week. All farm products are of Beaver prosperous. was spic-ud- . nil had AJter dinner One of th? principal attractions till Ch'm Demon ntic Com. The singing tchool closed at this dined sumptuously, the curincipitio-- i bringing good prices, better than we year will be the balloon ascensions ol J. I IlKACKIN, tbe'tulect proclamation was read by have hud biueo tho UairiMiu Ad mm. place last Sunday. to Prof. W 'A Iive. He will go up tl Ch'm Piope's Party C in. Mr. Richard I'lummer is bulling a ed Miss Lena Arche, In Wo know ol nothing to istratlon, each afternoon to a helebt of more Mr. Mason Taylor is uispiuy ncr eiociuiouary po.vers anu provent accession to the Republican new house. show the progress made by the race than a mile, nud will be slnt out of preparing to build a new house ion'l 1i,lirroSiU ami Kiuule lour Uft) jiwtr. in that line. Alter this was hid the cinnuu nt tint tremendoiM distiuce party, for there are thousands ol 3 To Quit titarco contly nnd loioier, Ixunac Miss Mirtie Taylor gave a patty oration of the day by Prof. W (1 from the e.iilb. This is n distinct men who supported Bryan hut fall ucllc, lull or llfo, nsrvo ami vlror, tolio ia f . last Fiiday evening, which was very Newton, principal of the Huytl color- novelty in neronauiichund witl bo hp- inr.l.i'n veuk wen tlub who will not vote the free silver ticked schools, In which he eloquently predated by the people- - I quiier. nn.iij All iliuelEU, Wanrtl. much enjoyed by nil piesent. lloolilot and Kiniplo free AiMrcm reviewed. Hie hlstoryof the nee, touchet this fall. Mr. Silas Stevens has bought a new ing upon the dark ages of slavery, its Il.'.n Lump and Nut Coal for ealo nt my Coal Yard in Haytiat tho H'.crlliw Ileiiiody Co., Chlcnso bt !!ow Yoilt Tho policy of The Rm'Uiimcan wheat drill. FhIi & Co w.1.11 5 pieces of white I Our most ptogtesslve abolishment, the e.xtentloti ol the muiket price. will remain the samo iu tlio future ns farmers hive leaned that to make a rights of rulTr.ige to them by the Nalinsey, TO ittlllK A fOI.II IN 0T. II.IY Tab- Take Iixntlve tirotuo Quinine 'raid to tho success oflarming they must have tional Congress and the general gruil it lias in tho past, the mwiimiyn Stop diiiisging yourself with quick lects. All Druggists tctund the monprogress made by the race in such a contrary iiotwithsUnding.iind the silly impioved machinery. S.B.P, ' m mo Get n nostrums or "euros short time since their frecdim. mo'. 0 6 ey If It fills In Cure 25c. hosli cumin:; from that bheet is now The day having pissed most pie is pharmaceutical remedy that I . or lutiTiHi in ruriiim. mlng ridiculod by Inmost, thinking nntly the proscssiou formed In line will do the work, Catarrh nnd Cold 'Mignz'tu- - f n Oocoh r McCltire's Dispitches to Wedncsdiy'a Cjur nnd again p traded the prlactntl peoplo. No, no, sonny, wo are here ier by Mr. BeJournnl says: streets, nnd niter supper met nt the in the head will not causa suflorlng if will contain an srllcle to stay ami will fljht lo' tho Repubfrost Ml Mandiy night Court Houic where the crowd was en- Hlv's Cream Balm is used. Drtigdbt rnard P. Gren'tP, on nt the two disA genuine lican tiokot ami will ex vise your silly in this State. Indiana nnd poi lions tertained with music by the llaytl will supply loc, trial sUsorsc full coveries of the new 'Swings', of i 4l NA I 5i-di- h Band ant speaking by Rev J, sIzj lioah on ever,' uei).ii n; and w!' pub- Tennessee We mail It Christ It wiU tfv the fit cmp! -' It was at fi at supposed Cornet i&S7 Prof P. A. Giry, nfur iliKovr it lwvp-tln- n lish tho prosperity news which you that it was too light to iio much W. White mil 1SLY BR0 1.. s6 Warren fit . N Y. account the ie.-ewhich, all fueling that they had had h. CURECOHSHPATIOH desert, of !h it his p ovd t Rev. John Reid, Jr , of Great I'ulls, now suppros every week. ihiuage, though then- - was n veiy grand good time, repaired to their reof "U ex spective homes, resolving that in the Mont, recommends I R'y's Creim the earlle-- t by 15 u.mu tin to'jiv uneasy lelln SmKlOMr-.- : 10 ALL The ir . future they would nnnu.iily celebrate llilni tome. I cm cmVuiUe his ing ice ir.ls ot Christ's liM Reports wvn brgnn com "breaks " 25 50 tills grand event In theis history. Ustemeut. "It Is B positive cure for tic'ewiU be fully lUustn-- l li'-that nij In, h.iwevu. winch HtrtU-ns directed " Krv To sny that the whole affair was n pt'irrh If 13 Uit Cough Itrun. Tjuuieiuud.' Uw nUDULUIbhl UUnliAlllLiDUtuo.n ut im cr rrlp.W rauMtuiBilgralrtulii. tJin-- I by lb.-- u'h r' Ivj Inllrua. hold bf ilrui'irUtt. In exposed pnttons IIk tnSicco wus grand success in every puticnl.ir wui I'rucis W Poole, IMstor Cer.tr d photographs taken tiiliuillooUletrni. i., , Tl ll.lvl i:i:!ILUl l u.. ( lilciiO. Ilonlretl. I'm., or Kin Tork. lll.l fc y ol the ;jvt r on the scene Pres Chinch, Helena, Mont killed and the corn was frosted. O ie to putting it mildly Hartford Republican. An Abscess OHIO COUNTY"" I tele-pN- 11 1 , FAB ce Hartford, Kentucky. - Ten-nessc- o. .iilkss- - Sarsaparillan, noy s a B? attr-linn?- u gjjfej Sept. 30 Oct. 1 2 Running- and Trotting ilacos each day and tions in every Department. an usual attrae- 0: JOE V. I EVERYBODY COM AND Don't forget the date, Sept. Sec'y. BlilNQ YOUR and Oct. NEIGHBORS and 2, at Hartford. GRIFFIN, Pres. V --. prep-oratio- ns i HBMRY FX3ZJ3 & SON gal-Jo- n bus-nes- ter-tor- y, ' 1 i piipfs, Free-Trader- (Jaialogcie for Asking. s cotton-grower- s pAU eT; Jienry Sinsley(nr T. wmii u J NUULniLO 11 1 Freshest goods always kept in Stock. jwnndcr-wurl-ir- r well-know- n lo-o- t- ni 11 '" iw ff m mANDY GAIMARTIC wy xfw ; tgSi V , Itn-se- lf di-o- v . . . - ' J'Hnnartlf e fr2ri' pure. wholeiom and difUtoui. W"i i ,mt 0 li The Policy that Built Up Our Store Is a - r Koysl niikti tha food a Head l'alr& Co's 'nd." Ughcst & Awarded Honors-WO- See I'ftfr St Cd'a clothing. rld' Pair, GrodjeanspntiUSoe ntl'ulr&Co's. Sou the tie w goo la nt Cm son li1 POWDER Absolutely Puro KOVAL Go's. Heavy duck coats 94c at Fair & $1 a CVs. Men fine shoes pair atPilr&' Co's. Ladies good giain shoes 89c at I'alr & Co's. CREAM m ,eiiKi illy iff .Our grand gains. JFall u y i There arc a groat many ways of doing business. Our way is to tell tell the We advertise the price we sell TKUTFT. With for; don't try to hide the leaders. us a child can buy as well as an expert. Now we want to say to you that our 1'ALL goods are open and ready for inspection. Never before were the styles prettier than they are for the coming season. A BAKING MOST PERFECT MADE. pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free from Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. YEARS TUB STANDARD. 40 A Men fine petctlc slilits 49c at Fair &Co's. 3 Bordered handkerchiefs for 10c at Fail & Co's. Window shades on spring rollers 15c at Fair & Co's. 29R feAKittd 1001 CO., M YORK. Ohio County Fair 30. Ladies CorM-ts Sept. 30. " for ladles shirt waist, was 75c; Scliiiol AnlrH. tatest styles and tinost grades, all marfced at the fairest figures and coiuMucd to make a popular success. A Money Saving Triumph. Come in and choose from right styles and nice practical selections up-to-da- te It is ii Stock is lull til full barsplendid assortment of the tsr t?& pyuD u The Ohio County Fair begins Sept. . 25c. at Carson & & Co's. New hats and caps nt Carson K little dress goods chat might be interesting to you. Inch nil wool coslimero, $1.02 fur pattern, 8yds.- - till Antrim similes inch nil wool plaid mixtures, $1.02 pattern. 40 inch all wool Houclo effect, 83.12 pattern. Beautiful Scotch plaids 5j to lCc per yard, lilnck goods in all the latest weaves from 10c to $1,25 per yard. Uroail Cloth in blaik, navy, brown, tan.green and cardinal OOin 75c For trimmings wo nro showing n nico lino of braids, jet, passamentrie, You will find our selections better and Bilki, satins and velvets. We are in a posi prices cheaper than our competitors arc showing. tion to get closer prices and hotter styles. .'tO .'50 Co's. Let joy be uncenfined and attend the Ohio County nir. There will be many New Attractions nt the Fair this year. Don't fail to attend the first three days of the Fair this year. Ohio County Fair Don't forget three days only the Sept. 30. New Calicoes, new Percals, Ging- hams andSulkolincutCarsou &Co's. Rev. J. S. Chandler is attending Conference ot Henderson this week. Don't forget the date of the Ohio County Fair Sept. 30, Oct. 1 and 2. Rev. Whittinghill is conducting.fi protracted meeting nt Equality church. Millinery Department v. it dred and fifty capes and jackets in all the capes leading styles and shades. Prices to $10.00. Our jackets will run from There no doubt: from $1.50 to $10.00. can please you. but what We arc headquarters for dry goods, ginghams, calico, cotton closest prices flannels, table linen, jeans, yarns and erything else in our line. Is full nnil complete ot tho choicest styles that the market can afford. Wo can fur-n- ih ' STYLES tho best, Pit ICES the lowest is our motto. and cheapest line of Biggest neatly trimmed hats from 75c up. Dr. Alex Foster, of Louisville, Their prices nre the lowest. nailrso are shown by us, also n lino of children's capes nod infant's spent a few days with relatives here So our lino helore buying. Mrs. A. J Casey and children, of lieadwear that are not opiated nnywliero. thiweek. Nashville, Tenn., are visiting the Mr. W II. Griffin made n business family of her father, Hon. E. D. hun- trip to Elkton nnd Elizabethtowu Walker. we this weeh, Mr. W. F. Schapmlre, who has Mr. C. T. Whittinghill, of Shreve, been confined to his room with fevers sold his tobacco a few days ago for for the past ten days, is able to be on $7 per hundred. out again. 73c Miss Berdie Nail, who has been ' Hon. E D. Gufiy, wife nnd little spending some time in .Madisonville, daughter, Mercedes, .and Miss Annie is has returned home. Tobln, of Frankfort, will visit Mrs. we Mrs. J. W. Tabor, ot Fordsville, was E B. Allen next week. the guest of her brother, Dr. J. R. There are two little boys at the Pirtle, this week. county poor house who can be adopton George Brown, one of our most ed by reliable parties. Apply to respected colored citizens, died nt his poorhouse commissioners. evhome in Ilaj ti last week. The thousands who attended the Everything amusing, pleasing and Fair lastyearwereloudin thelrpraises captivating will be seen at the Ohio of it. The company have determined that this year shall be better than County Fair this year. Mr. D. M. HccLcr conducttd Exonly a lew left nt Fair & Co's. ercise Monday morning and made a Mr. J. M. Holers, ot near Crom. splendid talk, which was not only well, was in town Wednesday. interesting but quite instructive to Ask to see our new fall goods. the pupils. Causon & Co. Lena McCrocklin nnd Ella Yates are Mr A. R Carson is in Louisville in school again after some days ablitis week purchasing n stock of gro- sence from sickness. Dona Westerfield and Mittie Burceries. ton are still on the sick list. Frosty morning calls for heavy Prof. Morton made a very unpleaswear. Fair & Co. have what you ant announcement to six of our wan't. young men Friday morning nnd n The OHIO COUNTY FAIR, three similar one is likely to follow unless days only, commencing Wednesday, there is better work done. Sept. 30. The young ladies met nnd organExciting races will be the main ized a Literary society Friday altcr-nooThey report a good enrollfeature of the Fair. You can't afford ment nnd aic anxious to hear from to miss them. the young men. Young men do Some people will come to the Fair not let the young ladies beat you in expecting to meet YOU there. Don't this work. disappoint them. Young men and young women do school attend not Mrs. Craig and Mrs. Dr. Hale, ot who cordially invited to join Owensboro, were the guests of Mr;. are these societies. T. L. Griffin this week. School is progressing nicely nnd Farmers who have large families to new pupils aie entering from time to shoe should consult Fair & Co. un-tier n. of good serviceable goods. You can't help being pleased with our line ol Fall and llemember every dollar Winter goods. spent with ns for these goods will bring you all the value of EOO cents can buy. We show a superior stock which' includes only goods of approved worth and superiOur low prices prove that we give ority. the bargains of the season. Good Yard Good Dress DRY GOODS. calicoes . . . ( wide bleached cotton NGTION DEPARTMENT. . . bevy domestic ginghams Apron ginghams Yard wide percale Good percale ... ... 4c . . 5c . . 5c 5c 5c . . . '. ioe 8c 10c 4c Next week will open up one time. We nre glad to note the increased Interest the citizens of our town are taking in the school and take pleasure in commending them for this much needed action. It insures better work on the part of pupils and teachers and the result will be more satisfactory. Pupils and teachers alone cannot make the school what it should be, but it requires the united efforts of patrons as well. We hope the patrons may become aroused about the school interest ot our town aud that nothing will be lelt undone to make this years work the most harmonious aud profitable in In the history of the college. Bun. I P. V Visit Hartford ?Semple of fashions, i school Prof Alva Taylor, who is teaching iu Alexander district near town, is on the sick list. brass band has been engaged to make music for the Fair this year. It will be worth going miles to hear. A fine 3E3r,oxltor,s3X Mont Whon you can Own? You rent year alter year, nnd have no faim when ou get through. The landlord has jour money nnd the farm nt the e;id of the year. We ofier you Ohio River Uottom land, In Mallard county, one of the best counties iu Kentucky, on the following reasonable terms: 50 acres at f 14 00 per acre . . f 7"0 00 - ft Cash 0 V Firbt year 50c per acre Second year, $1 00 per acre . Third year, $1.00 per acre . . Fourth year, $2 51) per acre. Fifth year, fa no per acre . . Sixth year, $3 00 per. acre . . ... 5" ' 25 00 50.00 100.00 12500 150.00 200.00 V Total cost of 50 ncrcs . . . $700.00 This laud prcductd the past season of 1896. 80 bushels of corn per acre, and 5 acres ol Early Rose Potatoes prodcued 2,000 bushels, or 4io bush10 acres of Prior els to the acre. average ol 1,200 Tobacco made-npounds to the acre, which brought iu the market $$ for leaf and lugs; ; ncre ot late cabbage brought 50, sold nt Cairo. Vou enn raise t ice as much on a good bottom farm as in the hills, nnd your laud d.u't wafh nw.iy or wear out. There has been no drouth in county this year nnd crops nie splendid. They nre good every j ear. We have good farms lor sale on long tlme.at bargains tn Davle-- Ohio nnd McLean counties cheaper than We will anyone else will sell you. exchange any firm we have for others. 53 acres, 4 miles from Hartford on Owensboro road, for sale ut $10 per Hal-lard s 1- - y i; acre. For plat and further particulars L. Freeman Little, over Bank Commerce, or Huyh A. Williams, 2i4tf Third Stre.-t-, Owens'jo, Ky np-pl- The Masons are having their Hall You'll see nothing quite so good at this place recovered and otherwise this year, so don't miss the Ohio improved. County Fair. Dring your neighbors Messrs. U. S. and A, R. Carson and friends. will in the near future open a grocery The Fair has always been an en in the Gunther old stand opposite joyable occasion to the people ot the s the Court House. They are county. This year will be no excepbusiness mcu aud deserve their share tion to the rule. of the publics' pationnge Mr. Ed Davidson, of Davidson StaThe Conference of the M H.Church, tion, sold 1000 bushels ol wheat a few which held its session nt Catletts-burg- . d.,ys since for $1,000 cash Pretty returned Rev. W. E. Cook as good under Republican rule. pastor of Wesley Chapel Circuit nnd The Ohio County Fair never had so Rev. ilovcse was returned as Presidmany exciting Races as will come off Cook is an earnest ing Elder. Rev. this year. The track is in splendid laborer In the Master's cause and his condition and the spoit will be fine. welcome him many fiiendsare glad to of tl;e Mr. Steven Woodward, back Shinkel Chnpel neighborhood, who Mr. Jno. Harry's War Museum is has been coffined to his bed for the He past twelve weeks is we nie glad to lauded at the Hartford wharf. has the completett war uimutu v e state improving, and it is hoped, will have ever seen; has old guns, pistols, soon recover cannon balls and in fact all kinds ot Hou. Joe Noe, of Owensboro, was war relics, besides he has several in town this week. Mr. Noe is quite hundred copies of old pipers pub a pleasant gentleman aud has many lislieU during the Mexican war. It friends in this county who insist that is well worth the money to see it and he shall be elected Commonwealth's we would advise our friends to visit Attorney in November. his wonderful curljsity shops. Mr. Camden Riley, Sr., one of the oldest lawyers at the Owensboro bar, It T. TMrrililrll Until. Mr. R. T. Tweeddcll died nt his died at his home in that pi are last home iu Hartford la&lSatutday night, Saturday night. He was one of the alter a very short illness, nnd was best respected citv.ius of Daviess buried nt Ueda Sunday nfter funeial county and had accumulated quite n fortune. sei vices by Rev J. G. Bean. Mr Twecddell had been a resident On October 6ih our young friend, of Harttoid for several years and was Mr, Lem II. McHenry, will lead to a highly respected citizru. He leaves the h) menial alter Miss Elizabeth a wife and three children to mnurti Lem has ns Cecil, of Danville, Ky. his loss, btsidrs a host of liiends nnd many friends in this place as any rehtives. young man Unit ever lived here, and well merits the hand of one of the He is a blue grass' fairest maids. young lawyer of rare ability aud has a bright future. Miss Cecil comes of honored oue ot Kentucky's most families, is edncited, refined nnd polite We wish them much hnpiness, first-clas- ir II i. . I AT ' Ten llollniH ullrrlt liir I'.liilit. It' does not seem oisiblc ill it the table for eight people can be provided fl it Mm for ten dollars a week Rorer, the most I tut m cojk iu America, says it can be d me She has tried it nnd known. She roves her case in The Lndits" lliuif Journal for October. Shi pives twenty-on- e menus covering a wte';V mtals, nnd gives full, practical tlutctinua by vhlch any womon can iiule nsit-tractimeals nsMrs Ron r explain, itoll.irs for this small sum of ve -i emulsion Cod-liver of Oil with Hypophos-phltc- s, ih ' can be taken as easily in summer as in winter. Unlike the plain oil it is palatable, and the hypophosphites that are In it aid In digestion and at the same time tone up the system. For sickly, delicate children, and ior those whose lungs are affected, it is a mistake to leave it off In the The Ohio County Sunday School summer months. The dose may be Union will meet iu convention nt Heaver Dam on Friday and Saturday, reduced if necessary. We recommend the small size October 8 and 9. 1897. It it desired that a full delegitloi b present from especially for summer use, and for each Snnday school in thf county. children, where a smaller dose Is reEach school It entitb d to two rpte. sentative. A SUta represent-ttivli quired, It should be kept In a cool to speak on Friday tvening, who e place after it is once opened. panic we have no et learned. for uli by all ilrugtfl.ti at ytf. 00 J J1.00 Acelilf nl. Last Saturday while MU? Elizi Sharp, of near Fordsville, was splitstick flew up ting some kindling striking her in the temple, rendering She was at her unconsciousness XV. I.. Cerll lie nl. once carried into the house and a Mr. W. L. Cecil, ol Whltesville, physician summoned and what relief died of typhoid fever nt 8 o'clock ol an could be uiven her otherwise was Tuesday morning, after was illness 26 years about three weeks. He given, but nil was of no avail, ns she of age, He was married on the 15th lived only a few hours. She had just of April 1896, to Miss OUvla Wed developed Into womanhood, and was ding, of Whltesville, and his wife He went well respected by everybody that nud one child survive hltu to Whittflville In 1893 to accept the her. knew position as uepoi ngent ior me rana She ws3 thedaughterof J.W. Sharp, ot Rough railroad, which position he was filling at the time of his death. who with his brolly have the SympaThe remains Will be burled at St thy of the community. A Mill 11 Is the price of per lect health. Watch caiefully the fiist symptoms of impure blood. Cure boils, pimples, humors and scrofula by taking Hood's ever. Sarsaparllla. Drive away the pains All persons knowing themselves to and aches of rheumatism, malaria be indebted to me by note or account and stomach troubles, steady nerves w ill please call and settle same, and and overcome that tired feeling by greatly oblige, taking the same great medicine. D M. Hockjsr, C. O. C. C, Hood's Pills are the best family If you miss the Fair this year you cathartic and liver tonic. Gentle, will regret it It will be n great sure. meeting place lorold friends for many Ohio County Fair at Hartford, Ky., miles arounr1. You will meet people whom you had not seen for years. Sept. 30, Oct. 1 and 2, 1897. Tickets will be on sale at Princeton, Hodgens-villDon't deny yourself this plearure. Oiveusboro, Ky., and nil interMiss Sarah Collins has bought for mediate Ticket Stations to Beaver Carson & Co. the prettiest line of Millinery Goods ever shown in their Dam, Ky., and return on September 30th, Oct. 1 and 2, at rate of one fair store. These goods are now on exgood till Oct. 3rd, to return. hibition and it will pay you to see II. Merrick, Agent. them belore purchasing elsewhere. Heavy gray fliunel 23c at Fair & Mr. T. J. Morton and sisters entep taincd a few of their liiends at Co's. Crokonole Tuesday evening iu boner ItKtrs.t'ox. of their friend Mr. To Kudo. Mr. The marriage of Mr. Chas, E. Rog ers and Miss Corinne Cox was sots will leave Thursday for HarKudo vard College where he will enttr emnized at the M. E. Chuich of this place Wednesday morning at eleven school lor the next year. o'clock, Mr. Rogers is the well The following named persons have known clerk cfZ. Wayne Griffin & Bro. while charming piid their subscription tu Tun Re- daughter ofMiss Cox is theS. K. Cox. Capt. and Mrs. publican since our last issue. Several hundred invitations had been S. T. Williams, Beaver Dam; II. A. issued aud the church, which was Babbit, Fordsville; Mrs. Lucy Hub- most beautifully decorated, was full. Many bard, Hartford; Geo. Neel, Whites ceived very handsome pieseus were reby them. villej W. P. Render, Point Pleasant. The bride looked most beautiful in We will receive sealed bids for the a hoveling- dress of green cloth. They left immediately ior a short tup erection of the Almshouse on the through the liabt. Their innay county farm uutil 12m , October 11, friends extend congratulations and For plans and specifications good vlshes. 1897 call on the building committee. Photographer A. D. Taylor has reC L WnomvAKD, ) turned trom Dawson and will be Coni. W. II. Mauzv, j K. W. FonD. found iu his gallery here iu person Thursday muruing nt 11 o'clcck every Monday and at Beaver Dam Mr. C. M. Crowe will be married at the balance of the week. the M. E Church to Miss Myrtle Chaudler Mr. Crowe is a young A. Duffey, man of much ability. His energy, OF TOLEDO, OHIO. knowledge and talent hnve long since rhaOreat Railway Dettetlvo Tollt What Or. made him one ol the leading teachtrs Mile' Remedlti Have Dono For Hlmielf and Wife. ot Ohio and adjoining counties. His progressive spirit rapidly brought liim from the small country diss trlct schools to those of the larger towns In the county, and he now poslt'on of holds the responsible Vice Piesident of Hartford College, Miss Chandler is the charming daughter of Rev J. S. Chnudler, the pastor ot the M E. Chinch at this place. Her beauty aud winning ways have won for her, many friends and admirers among the people. A'l congratulate them oti their bright hnpas No cards have been Issued. Tho wedding will be public and alt friends nre invited, f e, i:trrunl VlRlmnco Best satinc Plaid cottons Best bedticklng,(hold feathers) . 15c Good bed ticking Red table linen 15c Bleach table linen 25c Good cotton jeans 10c All wool jeans 25c Colored carpet chain 17c White carpet chain 15c Good white flannel 20c Best white flannel 30c Red twilled flannel 15c Heavy gray twilled flannel . . . 25c Plaid flannel 25c Good outing cloth Better outing cloth 10c All wool casimere 35c 36in plaid for children dresses . . 10c 27in plaids for dresses 5c jSt 00 Men duck coats Men extra heavy overalls . 75c Good pair red blankets 50c Better for 75c All wool wool extra laage $2 50 tofo 50 7c Good corset for 35c Better corset for 50c R & G corsets 85c Children hoes double knee . . . 10c. " heavy fleaced lined 15c, 2 25c Ladies nice quality hoes 25c " cotton hoes from 5c to 25c " belts from 10c to 25c Men work shirts 25c Men extra gocd shirts 40c Men white shitts 35c Men canton flannel drawers . . . 25c Men extra heavy flannel drawers 40c Men percale shirts 35c Ladies good kid gloves . . . . $1 00 Men work gloves 25c " better 30c to Ji Men under shltt3 25c Men extra heavy under shirts . . 50c Ladies underwear from . . 25c to 50c ....... 8c ... DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. 27in fancy plaid for children . . .50 36in henrietta, all shades . 20c 4oin novelty suiting . . . 40c to 50c 42in all wool henrietta 50c 48in henrietta nil wool 65c We have a lull line ofsilks, velvets, braids, jets, &c , for trimmings. ... DEPARTMENT. Children suits 6 to 13 yrs. . . . 65c Children better suits 90c Youths suits $2 to $3 " all wool suits $3 to $3 Men black worsted suits $5 " extra satine lined, . . . $10 00 Men all wool pants $1 50 Men jeans pants 90c CLOTHING BOOTS AND SHOES. Men doubled pegged oil grain shoes Men heavy high top shoes Men fine shoes " bettergrade Men boots Boys boots from . . .... ... ft ... 1 25 I 25 00 . . Children button grain slices Ladies heavy lace 75c to 25 25 $1 25 1 1 . . . 50c to $ 1 rivited 25 front 90c Men good overcoats $2 50 Ladies heavy button rivided Men extr Igood overcoats . . . $5 00 front 90c Men fine overcoats $7 00 All we ask is a look in this depart- Ladies heavy button oil grain shoes . . . . $1 25 ment and we are sure to please you in prices and quality. Ladies fine shoes from . 95c to $3 50 We want to do business with you and are willing to give you all the bargains we can get. So visit us for your fall and win- ter goods and we will show you good est goods at prices to suit the times. hon- " We ""J. E. FOGLE & CO. want your and Feathers. Eggs pi ere Yours Truly, We are at JC&slI lllSBOBi n$"W ' ' Capt. Jas. " rr! jap John's Hardin county, the former fourth bottle restored home of the deceased. Mr, Cecil was mo to health, Mrs, About one hundred acres cfland, a highly respected young man and DuflTey bad suffered for eighteen years with known as the puophouse him, to be was one of the most trusted employes heart disease, bad tried every remedy with-oof he rallroid company avail until she took Dr. Mllea' New sold nt once by order of Court. Part M'H Cecil is a nelce of Hon. I. S Heart Curo two years ago. For the past of it is timbered. This is part of the It. Wedding ot this place. year she has been froo frdm the trouble." poorhouse Unu Dr. Miles' Itemedles are sold by all drugof the people in gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle The confidence 1 J. P. Morton, benefits or money refunded. Hook on Heart Corn's E P Nhai., Hood's Sarsaparllla is due to Its and Nerves sent freo to all applicants. j E. W Pom). wonderful cures. record of Bit. M1M3 MK0I0ALUO .Elkhart, Iud. ETECTIVEJ worW requires constant vigilance, itoady nervei, a clear bead and actlvo braln."A year ago," writes Capt. DuToy, ot 631 Orchard St., Toledo, Oblo, "I overworked myself, was la iucb a condition sleep was Impossible. I was to nervous I could not llo In bed) my arms and limbs twitched and my system seemed completely exhausted, I began using Dr. Miles' Nervine and tbe II, 0. SCHROETER will bo at Hartford with his Newly Enlarged Floating Studio, which ho has been compelled to do, on account of his steady Increase ol bufineee, will be at Hartford ou or before tbe 25th luet. If you want good Phntoaof superior fiulsh you cannot do better limn to call and see our pUco of Art beloroynu goto the larger cities, nawoliave secured eomo very fine now instruments better than which thoro is none, and I dare eay, niodcBty alone permits mo claiming superiority in workmanship It matters not what over the leading riintographera nl our larger cities. ot tho work may he, rcsidbiico, building?, outdoor viows, or tho nature most interiors made by flash light are as easily nud accurately made as the sizes rango irom a Btamp photo to a 11x17 Inches, Our common work. Remember that you can havo any style, efco autl grade of work in accord wo do with your purso string; but il you want shoddy work, go elsewhere as Thanking you for past favors, I am as ovor, nothing but Omit Edge. P.O. seMOSse. ,M for hull'. ut SOUTH LARGEST NORMAL SCHOOL IN THE rmtroV, EGllSrtTMlliaJ urifMTIflP 1ND CIASSIC C0UB4H. . ws;J&??iw IIIMUII4CO Itrft. .. M"" Aiz.y-ru.f- Jfaiwdcfo e ft ZVrCitfttJ- ij; - cafaioouc rtfJOUHKAl, - wr W iraoAno aio caun scjvANitM. JivmiHa Cmt. au yir Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, SliPT. .t, 1897 FORAKER TI10 Ohio IS CONFIDENT, Sonator says Thoro an Succoss Is no Doubt of Republic- was tho orifjinator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," tho samo Monro. Senator PoMKtr speaks most coifls m Cver d prinipiiilcnt Public Itistructiiii-fie- n that has homo and doc3 now dotttly of the probabilities of tlic sue M. Davion. wrapper. bear tho facsimile signature of cess of the Republican party in Ohio Krister Land Office Dim. 0. This n th's fall. The Senntor snys the c- uIih, cittatrhnl nfltcllons, I fruiii 11 lipiiinrrnllc.Hliiniluiliit. ' is the original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been jjmer iteynold. The Louisville Dispatch speaks ns decline nnd weakness, loss of fi hns changed wonderfully with, Coninifoaionur-- 0 used in tho homes of tho Mothers of America for over thirty IiiRurnnce Uureuu and conditions ol wistltit; away, will follows ol Jo A. Parker, the Populist in the last letv mouth?, nnd that W. Comingoro. LOOK CAREFULLY at tho wrapper and see that it is scndTHRUUFKUK BOlTIJiS (11 candidate: while there was some doubt before Ailji.tnnt Oeiiprnl IX tt Collier. years. different) of his New Discovery to any m l0 Candidate Jo Parker Mrs. Mtiry Drown Suite Librarian the hind you have always bought Congress adjourned of a big Rcpubs j? ufllicted reader of Tits KitPvnt.ictN Day. the people of Shelby ville last county writing for them. lican victory, there is none now. It wrapand has tho signature of ItAIMtllAI) COM.MISSIn.Ni:it9. Ills "New Scientific Ttcatntei.t" catttt day, nnd drove from his party lias been very quiet in the State for per. No one has authority from mo to use my name exhns cured thousands permanently by number of Populists who had deterJnn G. Wood, chairman; J. F. some weeks, but next Saturday the its timely use, nnd he considers it a Dempsey, H. S. Irwin, Secretary cept Tho Centaur Company of which Chas. II. Fletcher is mined to support him, Joseph's dis- simple campaign will open with a flourish professional duty to sulfcting guise was too thin His speech from Humanity to donate a tiial of HI in Samuel F, Brown. nnd all the prominent Republicans President. f u. &iA-CONl1llSMONAL. start to finish abounded in abuse ol fallible cure. will speak, at various meetings. March S, 1897. Science daily develop new wonSenators Hon. William C. Liml the Democratic party. Those who The talk of an estrangement be Do Be Deceived. sulTcted the sore itifllctlonol listening ders, and this rv it clifmist, imictit-l- y sav. linn. V. J, Dclne. tweeu Senator Foraker nnd Senator experimenting lor e.irs, litis pro Representative Fourth District to that speech say that he never re- dttced results ns beneficial to humanilife of your child by accepting Unnna is discredited by the fact that Do not endanger the Hon. D. II. Smitl . ferred to Republic 111 mismanagement ty ns can be claimed by any modern both Senators will open the campaign a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you t.i:aisi,ATUiin. statk of state nftalrs, nor to any of the overt genius His assertion that lungirnub nt Burton, Ohio, and speak from the (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the. inSenator Hon. A, D. James. acts that have characterized Republi- les nnd consumption nre curable in same platform, together with any climnte is pioven by ' heartfelt Representative Ohio County Hon. gredients of which even he docs not know. can occupation of the state offices. letters cf gratitude, "filed inhisAmer of the Ticasury Foster. Sena0. M. Barnctt. It's n mean man who will attempt to lean nnd European laboratories in tor Foraker will then po into the camKind You OHIO COUM'l. criticize the characterize. Republican thousand from those en led in nil paign and will do much hard work. E BEARS THE CIIlCUtT COUKT. SIGNATURE OF occupation of the ttate offices It's a puts of the world. In speaking about the figbt in his Hon W. T. Owen, Judge Owens Medical nxperts corcede that brm-chia- l, mean man who will ntteupt to criti Mate, Senator Foraker says the Rechest and lung trouMes tend to horo. cize the character of his employer, Hon. J. Edwin Howe, Attorney publicans are in excellent condition, Consumption, which, ttuinlerruptcl. Oweusboro. and why should Democrats worry means speedy and cent In in death. and will go into the campaign full of Simply write to T A Slociim, M when Jo Parker fails to show tip the T. II. Hlnck, Jailer -- Hartford. confidence and harmony. C. , 98 Pine street, New York, giving G. 11. Likens, Clerk Hartford. Republican party in its true light? "The Republicans are enthusiastic, postoffiee nnd exptess address, nnd H. D. tttngo, Master Commissioner arid we will elect our State ticket and the free 'medicine will be promptly WctUlliiK Fntl. KdocatoYour HunreU With fas. ..rein. Hartlord. on ' Cnndr Cathartic, cum cnnMln.it1.in fnrniir. sent. Sufferers should Instant advana majority of legislators," said SenaIn fashionable circles the old cus- - 10c, cJc. If C. C. O. rail, druggists G. B Likens, Ttustee.Jury Fund refund money tage of his generous proposition. "That will insure the torn, which had long gone out of use, tor Foiaker. You. Hartford. Please tell the Doctor that you saw llnrklcii'N Vrnlrn Snlve. election of a Republican United in presenting an engagement cup, has Cnl. P. Keown. Slicnir Hartford. The Best Salve in the woild lor his offer in the Rkpuhucan. Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford States Senator to succeed Mr. Ilanua, been revived. These engagement Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Joo Roberts, Fortlsvillr; Thos. R. and that Senator, of course, will be cups are shaped like small globes and Rheum, FeverSores, Tetter, Chapped Bishop, Ccntcrtown; S. T. Stevens, EXCURSION TICKETS Mr. Hnuna himself. The prosperous as dainty as flowers. On the exterior Hands, Chilblaius, Corns, and all Cromwell. VIA TIIK condition of the people in Ohio has is enambled a copy of some mytholot Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Court convenes first Monday in greatly changed the situation there, gical character, with Cupids galore Piles, or no pay required. It is . ,. March and August nnd continuestlirec guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction and the Republican party is getting and garlands of forget On weeks, nml third Monday in May and or money refunded. Price 25 cents TOTHR the benefit of the boom. the bottom concealed with the factory per box. For sale by Williams & November two weeks. In my travels over the State I mark is a motto Appropriate to the Bell. 13-yr. COUNTY COtlltT. HOR Joliu P. Morton, Judge Hartford. have found hardly any free silver sec- - occasion of the giving, M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. EVEKY member of D. The announcement entertainment tiuient, and, indeed, it seems only to ONE OF TWO WAYS. E, l Meal, Attornoy-Harlfo- rd EVERY family mi This used to be the be found in the Cincinnati Unquircr I is another fad. And International Exposition Court convenes first Monday EVERY inrm, in and other Democratic papers in Ohio. ' inviting of relatives nnd intimate each month. The bladder was cheated for one EVEKY village, in The people are too busy now making friends to a dinner at the home of the purpose, namely, a receptacle for the . QUAKrr.ni.Y couiit. 3STisli.-vllle(&j iS&Sfcb. EVERY State ami Territory. i. ., money to listen to free silver argu- bride. The fad now is in cities is to urine, nnd as such it is not liable to Begins on the lhird Monday iu will visit the theater in the evening and any form of disease except by one of be For the above occasion ticketsSail-o- Jaauary, April, July and October. The resolutions adopted nt ments. sold by the Illinois Central ad COUItT OK CLAIMS. the recent county conventions show follow it after the entertainment with two ways. The first way is from im FOR Education, at varying times, rates and perfect action of the kidneys. The Convenes first Monday in January, a dinner or supper at some one of the second way is lrom careless limits, including a ticket on sale the change in feeling on this subject. FORNoblo Mauhnotl, lrcal daily, good to return until November and Tuesday after the second Monday "I found the same prosperous con- clubs. Of course these things are not treatment of other diseases, FOR True Womauhooil. in October. 7, and includinn tickets having limit ditions everywhere not only among necessary, but if you want to swim citii.i' causi:. OTIIHIt COUNTY OfFICKnS. of twenty daj.s, fifieen days and seven Unhealthy urine from unhealthy the farmers nnd business men, but in society you must do what your soIT gives all imnortatit news of tho Nation. G. S. Fitzliuglt, Surveyor Sulphur kidneys is the chief cause of bladder days; also tickets on Tuesday and among the railroads and other indus- ciety associate do. IT RJvea a'l important notvgot tho World. troubles. So the womb, like the Thursdays of each week with limit of Springs. IT gi es the most roliahlo market reports. N. C. Daniel, Assoswir Cromwell. The boom came so suddenly tries. bladder, was created for one purpose, fifteen days. For full patticttlars as Z. II. Shultz, School Sunt, HartIT ivea brilliant anil instructive editorials. and if not doctored ten much is not to which of the above applies from lloiv Conilslnit that it caught all the railroads unpre, conIT gives fasciuntinc etiort storicn. 'i'.Vas the convention of August 23 liable to weakness or except your nearest Railroad Station in Rail-roa--r ford. pared, and there is not a railroad in ection with the Illinois Central ' IT pives nn unexcelled agricultural dopartmout. L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur ," a Populist convention? We say it was in rare cases. It is situated back 01 the country to day that is not short call on or address your nearest Springs. and very close to the bladder, thete It givti Fciontifit and mechanical inlormation. of equipment and rolling stock. These not. Several weeks prior to the conli.lroad Ticket Agent. fore any pain, disease or inconvenC. R. Campbell, Poorhotise ITnivcs illustrated lashion articliv. have been obliged to order new cars, vention there was a committe appoint- ience manifested in the kidneys, back, IT givri! liumorniis illustrations. Keeper, Hartford. m. Murray, Div. Pass. Agent, JUSTICK3' OOUItTH. IT ijive- entertainment to young and old. and you can see at once the effect. ed to confer with the Democratic and bladder or uiinary pasragc is often, by mistake, attributed to female .reiv Orleans. A. S. Aui.L March 3, Juno 1, Sep ITjrivw catislaction cvprvwlirro to ovoryhody. Hundreds oi men have found employ- Republican parties with a view to fuweakuess of womb trouble of some Jro. A. Scott, Div. Pass. Agent, tember 1, December 1. Wu fuiuuh TIIK HIiPUUhlCAN and NEW YOKK WKKKLY. ment; there has been a demand for sion. This committee failed to effect sort. The error it easily made and Memphis, Jont B. Wilson March 0, Juno 5, riUIlUNU", hoth papers a fusion with the Democrats, turned may be ns easily avoided. To find iton, wood and other materials needed A. H Hanson, o r. a., Chicago. September 4. December 4. iu the construction of cats and build- their attention to the Republicans. out correctly, set your urine aside for W A. Keu-O.na g.p.a., Louisville. C. L. Woodward March 12, This, to our ininds, was simply a twenty four hours; 11 sediment or seting of roads. Juno 11, September 10, December 10 tling indicates kidney or bladder For Nnle "This means work nnd employ- committee of conference, and had no trouble. The mild and the extraorJas. A. Bowi.ni March 20. June A desirable farm of one hundred IS), Address nil orders to the ment for various other trades; and its power to make final arrangements dinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, September 18, December 18. acres, situated near Hartfotd, well B. F. GiiAVEs March 2.1, June It is than any member hnd. It was em effect is being felt everywhere and the great kidney, and blad- watered, a good II A H oiched, two hundred not enly so with the railroads, but powered to take the iniative step, der remedy is soon realized. If you bearing trees, good buildings, nnd in 20, September 23, December, 24. need-medicine yu should have the good A great deal has then refer the matter back to the other industries. community. For further parfor I'tft)' Cent. best. At dtuugists fifty cents nnd v rite our name .mil address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. flea Guaranteed tobacco habit cure "mI ct vcAt been said in regard to dollar wheat. membets of the party for their ratifi. one dollar. You may have a sample ticulars call at this office at once, tf ocu airoiig, blood pure. &Oo,fl All ' iuv.u- - Room 2, Tribune Ihiildinu, Nfw York Ctt , and sample copy olTHK Was this done? bottle and pamphlet, both sent free by only product of the cation or rejection. That is not the NJiW YORK WBIJKLY TKIHUNF. will he mailed to vou Just before going to press to day a mail. Mention the Harttord farmers that has felt the revival of and teud your address to prosperity, for there has been as great member of the People's party coram Dr. Kilmer & Co., BInghamton, N. on forming u Citin rise in the price of other tilings in Y The proprietors of this naner x skS-TH- ETake, for zens' ticket called on The Citizen and guarantee the genuineness of this of-- ' proportion os in wheat. instance, sheep. The rise in the price rexuestcd us to publish the following fer. in speep has been far greater than correction to the above article, pub wheat iu proportion, and there is not Hshed iu this week's Farmers Journal: lieu arc ol Ointment-fo- r ntitrrli that The above is either ignorance or is cmitiilii .7lircury, n head of sheep in this country which S. E. Cor. 5th and Market Sts, Louisville, Ky. willfully published to deceive the as mercury will surely destroy the is uot worth double the price is was SZSxa.-fcX'gtaj.o- e people. The convention appointed a sense of smell and completely dewas passed. befote the tariff bill For a safo, suro, pleasant and thoroughly ro- Aflords the hct (acilittis for thorough pr irlictd trainiue in SHORT"It is so with corn, oats, barley, as committee of seven to make the fol- range the whole system when enter-in- g llablo euro for Chills you must uso tho it through the mucous sutficcs. HAND. TYPEWRITING other lowing proposition to the Democratand m well os potatoes, horses and Suectw asMirtd iu Old and Popular TIIRHE MONTHS. Terms moderate, Pupils ossis'.ctl to POSITIONS prot'uets raised by the farmer. One ic committee: The People's Patty to Such artices should never be used exwhen competent Iltisinesa men lurnihed Steuucraphers PRUIJ OP has only to go out into the country to get county judge, legislator, State cept on perscrlptions from reputable CHARGE S3 8Br B? realize nil that I have said. The peo senator, and half ol the magistrates physicians, ns the damage they will do ten fold to the good you can posple understand it, and in my state in the county, nnd the whole to be thty are not going to be led astray by run tinder the device of "16 to:," sibly derive from them. Hall's CaUnder the cir- and if the Democrats refused then tarrh Cure, manufactured by F, J, nny faee silver talk. hid e :M Cheney & co., Toledo, O , contains cumstances I don't see why the Re- this same committee was author! d made to make the following proposition to no mercury, and is taken internally, publican victoiy caunot be the Republican patty: That in con- acting directly upon the blood and 343 ?3 It is a PHYSICIAN'S PRIvsCRIPTION.and absolute-l- y unanimous in Ohio." We will pay $i ooo lor the detection of liMmle:3. sideration that the Populists get the mucous surface of the system In id St nator Fornker expects Secretaty buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure county judge, jailer, assessor, legism .nrseuic or auy other pjUon in our now famous remid Sherman to speak in Ohio this fall, edy. lator in the state senator, seven mag" you get the genuine. It is taken inand says great interest is manifested id ternally, ami made in Toledo, Ohio istrates nnd fden constables, the Rein the speech he expects to make. id redo, by F. J. Cheney & Co. Testimonials During his stay in the city the Sena, publicans could have the balance f Evansvillo, Ind. S3 id free. Sold by Druggist, price 75c. Department and the offices, provided that all ctndi- tor called at theState thing-dates be tun ttuder the head "Citizens per had a talk with Secretary Sherman. Hall's Family Pills ate the best. Ticket" with a device of Tho Hoise. in ns well as with Assistant Secretary The Republicans accepted the propoDay. He expects to return to Letter Ileitis, Note Heads, will go into the campaign sition having been made by the People's Paity convention itself, did not Hill Heads, Statements, id Washington Star. ju earnest require further ratification But, Business Cards, Circulars, friends', look at the Journal's Ohio Vifitinj Catdi, Dodgers,-- . , gciitletm 11 or ladies to county ticket. The county comtravel for rtjpouMble, tuabliM.cd mitter, without any instruction from ' Horse Dills, WeilditiR Invitations, house in Kentucky. M.ntbly $65 oo the county convention, agreed to de id Ptcscrtptlou DlanUs, lack Dills. and cxpensts. Position steady Re liver the Teople'a Patty over to the ttli pddrc-seEnclMtd fererce. ftumpid rnve'.opo The Dominion Dm.rcrats, ngrttdthat the People's) &j gd 6 8t Party ol Ohio county, should vote the Company, Dept. W. Chicago. first-elas- s Democratic ticket. The com.ty cons fi&Jfe ul!? WITH ... LlClirDlOlIN, venttoii did not instruct the commit ci3k Kentucky Trotting Horse Breeders' tee to make any such propositions m Association, Uxintton, Ky , on and said propositions was never . Oct. 4 to 16, 197, good till Oct. 181I1 back to the People's Party for to return, $5 55. their ratification or lejeclion, and set vfil jf&si Meeting Grand I.oi'ge K ol P , the Farmers' Journal keeps this ticket Frankfott, Kv., O.t lO to 22, ticUU nt the heal of its colums I have Ml till Oct. learned that Mr, Worsley, the pubYugfy RjfJy on sale Oct. 18 and 19, goo S 'SS-s-r. Scvi'tlox-cS.s.i to teturn. & 80. 11 Mi.uiick, lisher, stated to and influential roan CURE CONSTIPATION Ajft, Bmvti Dam ol our c tinty that the J'emoctnts Sr ALL 10c, mde up the money that eniblcd him fJKftIr., Hun' riil7 . jnnrnrstraSp T to purchase the Journul For that DRUGGISTS. Daring the lust campaign UryatiV 50c. I How era declared ind r prated th.t reason yi.u can see why the Journal this iiicicmi' in farm n.crtjjuKis was a advocate I he Democratic ticket it:d MOST MERITORIOUS MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF THE Thu Hepillilicait nud the Lnubvillo Commercial. . . .81 25 (Un of financial diitrma among the opp.iRes the Cit'.fiia' ticket Some y have dubbidthc Journal. "Cvenbboro Courier-Journa- l. " nnd ,,, 1,50 t mint Arc your bowcl3 Irregular? Too much? Too little? Then let Cascare(3 regulate firthercl.ii'iitd t'nt tnti' the M"-s- ngvr, Jr ," so you need t ot be " Tn: 1,75 and U me I St tUs .idop'iM aw com iko of surprised at anything you miy sre In them. Cascarets will educate your bowels and make them act just right. " and Now York Tribune 1.25 tip' Jouruull. Commilticm.iii in " Cascarcta and Louisville Daily Post make weal: bowels strong, and keep them strong all the 2.75 The Cit son. t, situ-ntlo- ilver there could be no relief for the ctS8. As to the fiwt claim, we lmve always held the opinion that on increase in farm mortgngcs need not be a sign ol distress as many farmers borrow money In this way to stock and im prove their farms, but we lire sure that in pcrio.l of financial distress that it Is a virtual impossibility for these farmers to reduce their mortDuring the'last gage indebtedness Democratic administration tin re w. s a steady increase in the amouut of firm mortgages In almost all the Western states. Dut in direct answer to the claims of the Bryanltes we find in the issue rf July 20, 1897, of the Me.xirn 1 Financier and Weekly Herald a paper published in the City of Mexico, and which has been an ardent chaniDiou of silver in Mexico the followlngstatenicut: Bryan's own state, Nebraska, is disappoint lugly prosperous, having reduced Its farm mortgages $28,000,000 in the last half year. But this docs not astonish Repub Means for they prophesied nil these good things last l.ill Vote with the men who lover farm mortgages and bring prosperity. Ex. -11 demo-gogulst Llko blllousnois, dyap? pla, headache, constipation, sour stomach, indigestion nro promptly cured by Hood'i Tills. Tlicjr do their uork Liver Ills PiBSs ''HF WON'JERS OF SCIENCE, t.ung Troubles and Consumption can be cuttd. An Hniinent New York Chemist mid Scientist Ma'.'cs n Free Offer to our Renders. Gov General Dlroctory. omor William O. Urnillcy. V. J. Worth- Lieut. Governor STATK PlT.CIAtS. AN OPEN , DR. SAMUEL lllgtn. eailly nnd thoroughly. Host alter dinner pllli Ucenti. All druggists. Prciarcd by 0. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. Tho only rill to tako with Hood's Sarsaparllla. IjlOOCiii hurr-tnguc- riccretaryof Stain ClinrlcuFlnley. Attorney General W. 8. Taylor. Auditor SamuM II. Stone. Tr usurer Geo. W. Long. Commissioner ol AktuutiltniA. WE ARF. ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD '"OASTORIA," AND S OUR TRADE MARK. " PITCHER'S OASTORIA," To MOTHERS. PITCHER, LETTER ilktinsniMui! New Yoik Cl'cnt T. A, Slocttm. (IvinnnMrntitiK bl discovery of a tellable mid nbsulute curr- - for Consumption (Pulnionan TuhvrculosisViud nil hroi chtil.tlito it, luug nnd chest diseases, stubborn The-- liculuiro nnd Hlutib.ab - llnr of Hyanms, Massachusetts, hiic.i.--i (&&jfT&M 11 6wM- Q&.t j Not "The Have Always Bought" FAC-SIMIL- Subscribe for The Republican and keep up witn the times. Cixiic Insist Having The Kind That Never Tailed rac-not- Illinois (Jen. fk 1 TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL it fei 4 ipsffifiifi Ik&L dice-ase- ONE YEAR iiTFOJlU EPrilLU'AN, , gMiCTMi n if hi I i i 1 i . An KING'S CWMEICIIL COLEfiE cum SHORTHAND 1NSTITUTK oi3. Stla. Sit. DOOK-KFIvl'IN- I talstead's Ague z-- p Do you want any PRINTING? we nre ready to If you jSOT. ceive your orders forar.y that line. We print WANTED-TRU3TWORTI1YA- P jzWKEEP YOUR iowels $imm ill sura ANDY CATHARTIC si L In fact every thing that you want and a printed. All work at lowest prices, for estimates Write or call UKIUl , 1 H 25c, ML Our Clubbing Rates. Hpini-WfuldSoitii-Wcokl... t t i Tvv roTPfiesKH fkfcvx&b ' )c51WJ T , JWft.JJ if liupuuiicnu St. i wm ' year round. Cascarets kill disease germs throughout the system, and prevent all summer complaints. Don t wait till you get sick, but let ,s$3X. niK.i'Srvai. 1II.VS Mm&mttm IMtJi .Vi,Mm w,x tmsiSiZViN ifci MkiW r7. A bVUul Wv ouiri Sciri c(kJy GJobo cmoci'Ht (nu year ' I'ltni'.vr . ' h'.-- '4m ' CASCARETS protect you I VS CVAII Drvnbtj, or by mill tor pikt. toe, jje. tot, a to, Mmflo nil booklet frc. Aaarui &3ZrJ$fifctiL STCRUNQ RCMtiOV 'Jiead iiil!i jf1'"! w C)k.ra MmUuI.C. COMPANY, ni Vm. 1 t ItKAM mr-t- l noiltlrecuro. Apj.ly I:. to the nojirl'fc iuaqiii IcinUnrUiI. fcl ctni tt Urucdtti or ljf diau t mdiiiIw l(K by mill. JH.Y IlKOTllEltS, (t Wirrca Su, Kcir York In;. In will cive t !) vKsyJates !iar t..m n J m m s wMMaMUlMUHmvaTj..... jtera .iicmnrrwfrm-imn- i PENL'ANSUIP, . ' si) , , SMtfk, jt ' r xx7iyj lrtLrls vm&w vf&jCCS iLmwty trzWi JZcr rs-t- SHOMMIAND, TELEOEAraY, E'f Zv V71to deairoa ESS l" lrowin mmiiix. STRATTOW m&SSSU.m: ANT faTit UU) BTHKBT. IiOUIBVIIilB. KV. ti3. uU m to better bis or bor condition In life, should write r tbo Catalogue of tbo '--