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'j c o t SV I...I...I .. ne... ....... ,.r 'Jittuiiimm u u.iiih ..' 11't it mt.f n nmm 0(1 01 aijj,)ilxo oilo .uu' () tlgfinq Ulnillllt llllllltr-- . I The POLITICS. In Hlo AfflTOD EEPUBLICAN. OFFICIAL OP.CAK OF THE PARTY IN IHE70DRIH PHY iiAiirt-oiiii, 3,rae PfinFr.SSh c U;. hi7Jii.x.ii, S . ';;. r loq anoj posit Xhiioajj(1 i)iiAW '4ii J.M lJA JOIIJOfloJlU pip 01D IH1I) uojp po oui J.ii()o j,)i jo joinio i))AV t.o)ti UUi 110) II PJOUI pOJDIJIIU 0JAi Xj C0H.RE.5IQM DISTRICT, 0N3IIM )tiq iJtijtpXuc osn oj paprjiisjacl Oq l.tlOQ 'pjL'B oauij Xiicut OS h m'sod putt 'iiuniL'ti tpj;qpii3 SOqUlU,, ij '1J0IS tit v'otu'nuijtioD aiojoci utii) jojie JoiJuojjs punoj El oispiiu'pjtp put; jstjo ijjoq jo KOAI SHMf1: HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER spend wh tie happy mornings under that roof, hall the time being spent in laughing "and chatting with acquaintances. "Why, good morning I did not know jott were home yet We certainly have missed you." "Hush! letme tell you something." One may hear the saddest family secrets or the last gay wedding dished up in these aisles on any inuket-day- . It is not unlike the meeting of the marketers' husbands on business streets. The m ister of the house at dinner, "James stopped tue ou the stttct this morning," and so on, while his wife beglus, "Mrs. Smith said to me in market " There Is something so very charming mid primitive in this manner ot houfekeeping that thete is no question of its longevity. Simple customs are too quickly being elaborated out of tltc South, but to day there is still no prettier Bight than a Southern summer market in The many white fluttering awnings, the motley gowns of the diinty prints and luwns of the buers. the white costumes of the men, the ceaselessly contrasting colors of fruits, vegetables' and flowers, tossed from hand, serve to make up a moving varicga-- . ted scene that is charming beyond peri and paper. Nor is this charm confined to theeyealone. The Southern salespeople have a buoyant happy manner or preseuting their wares which is almost as delightful ds that of the proverbially successful Freucd veuders. Such courtesy! such pretty compliments! Here is a young housekeeper with puckered brow adding with precise care the sum of her purchases, using the lid of a butter-ches- t as desk. Another purchaser waits for her pound of the butter that is smothered in sheer linen wappings inside the chest. The butter-mastands back smilingly indicating the cause ol the delay in the youug accountant It does uot cross his brain to disturb her until the column is added She herself glancing up, starts back with apolo-giey lull-acti- on. s. 1, 1897. 11 No. 10. Our town is surely on n boom, if there is any idle hands around here it is their fault. The I. C. R. R. Co is furnishing work for 40 of our boys, besides two section gangs at our town each working 6 men. The vacated houses caused bv the hickory mill leaving are now occupied. W. S. Cole, tim. iiiaouce lilk molt wh tt 111 and adjoining cmiiiliet, ai.tl Ltiui. if niiiieuis. opeeiai ntiontii.ii u ven tt Office east side of puh'fi collections, square. uv I 7? 0 iM. L. Hkaviun. IIEAVOI,, & SinaiiY Taylor. lAVLOf,KY. - Robin Hood Wrltos of Politics County. Otl -- jiioi'oii) o 'sllitipoq ojoj XuioojU jo iJntJojjns 'piojp inotH!A pjtJA n'.,ftB n iocoi oo pnq lyguH 8 J ctio si j tp o iv 1$ M UflrflT mi juuioadxJT ot " oqs tiatjAV pootJ3i)ov; 01 ApjUS EOJItSUI aStl SJJ jo Aot otj soausijsdxa -- loaucipoinu; OS j SJdIjIOKj -- pjoau 6i opwu oq pjnots v jb puu J33ut:p is issoq si jn qioiv iuuioodxj Xjoao jo ojij bt '(10)8 auuojoi ;sjij jiio pa W -- 3jn)UU SSISStJ pOtDUA OtA OtJS IJ!UOJV ;i:i st! jntsnp suoipnoo.u Xo i JO puu amuusui to l(njospjoA ou sj jspuaj qons ipttA jnoqu puu an a? 7 ojoix fl fl laniivrt. I"I1I I lAnn juni llttl mm lllrfrl mnim luuu nrr mr units Who n think t ionto itnnila Ctilmr In iiattMttf itowcs Wnui JOHN WUJUUiJiUItN A C() . ritentwaitn Attor. oey. WwblriRton, i .for ihlr f.l,fti prlio offer uJ lut vt two lJundnKi lnvrntloo waicJ. gtuinuum jour i. cERCHANTb IWwwspc gpSSrjijKiiigjg W'mw$mw$mm rti Lwl 5Ty h& A Book I'M HI for OUR RECORD IF Young and Old WEICURC : I tlnnrJ rjl fi i & HEBVOUS j Esfi 1370 DL00D GKIN PRIVATE ' E 250,000 DISEASED I I 51 flfc I xunuu "E" PlStASES 4 o s YOUNG Iiattiro hn Iffiirrnnt cf lhol nMtci limn rnu ilwjtmanln III Ifan hiMinllliHit in lli.iii' in i i uriii'i vi m viiMinig, fci 1111 ifucinniins iiunn uit ir or mis urn Uc Uliltr U'Lf it rilatolo r.,oll Iho lor-p- 'J t 250,000 M (ji te' CURED . rtbte tt nit., who i ur jt t d'cnrj tn nrarrfiilf jnarn Huron in 1 iin Imoitoiitnii'tnii) l'l.I. Wi.crUr.ouI) Jlrn"oT WirojoueiioJit Uoyonnow nnil tin n kco ronio nprttunff Frinptouis? lure )vii marrjr in y mr .nmt You Unnw. "MM. 1 1IM:U, Llult HON." If uarrifnl. nro inn mn- V .tnntly lliineln ilrir lr In marrlaeo n f.i railuronali)iainni'ii ntotaoy ucik nfM rtvuirl lycirly aluM or later ri ilrucoil Willi rt coe? l!ao you ft mercury? 'J IiIk lx!tlituiMlnimto'atto i' vmt thn miiltjl of tlirto ft urn . nntl tinint out honour SKt7 Mi:rilUI) 'AltEAT-.MD.N- T fcliowf Jow thouanilK lira o htcn i & cl by oar SttW 'rilllA'IMI.NT. tt imn-how wo ran miAltAMTI. TO CUIti: ANY CUIlAtlLK IWr-Olt NO 1'AY. Wo timt nnJ min rMIXIIINH. I VAIltrOt'lT.i:. KYi'liii.is. n.i:i:r. STitlUIIUti:. IMIM.TI.N'OY, UltAINHIIVNAlt It !T)IS- (i t'IIAUUI.a, K1U.NLV onU HIiAUUlUt ft will po'it'"tlytaro ) on. It $ CURES GUARANTEED i M "Tlio Vmo . of Flu" font frro hy rnrloting-iottninp(.'OStil l.TVIION 'i I'llKi:. tr unnlilo to call, writo for A UIIKHTION IILAHK for HOME 1 TltKAT.MI.NT. XIS. Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. mmGsw.mvmenm&n Hrtrdlnslurtf, Sept. as Yestenlny the county cnndldates were to have spoken here, but ni the Hon. C. W. Mtllikcn, n Natltfnnl Democrat, hod an appointment atso, the county candid a tea giive way to hint. He spoke for two hours to nn audience that packed the Court House, tinny standing in the aisle. The reception given Mr, Milliken .was In itmtkcd contrist with that glv. c.i Judge A I Humphrey, n Natlon-- nl Democrat who .stiotie here during the last ompaiirr). Mr Huuipliicy was shami fully treated by the free silver Democrats who Flioute.l and yelled to such an extent thnt leading' Democrats were compelled to mount the stage and plead with the crowd to give Judge Humphrey a hearing, which they finally did, after enacting one of the most di'gracelttl scenes ever witnessed In Hreckintidge county. Mr. Mitlikeu, however, received a courteous nnd respectful hearing throughout. He was given the clos est attention and at the close of his speech was warmly applauded. Mr. Milliken's speech has not only established lor him the repution of being an eloquent speaker, but con vinctd all his hearers that he is a high totted and elegant gentleman. His speech hereout men to thinks itig and will help the cause of the National Democrats. When Mr. Milliken had closed the silventcs sentUD.a yell tor Hon. I). R. Murray. Mr. Murray, of course, was terribly surprised at being called upon, but he managed to get upon the stage and deliver an impassioned appeal in behalf of free silver. Mr. Murray is one of the cleverest of men, and an cutainiug speaker, and it has always been a mystery to your corrcspoudent why he always manages to get on the wrong side ol things This he has done however, hence he is makh-gfresilver speech "A thousand pardons! I did not es, when he ought to know better. A noticeable feature of our public notice." "Don't mention it, madam; there speakings in this county is the absence ot that wild acd fanatic spirit is no hurry." "There is no hurry," echoes the shown by iteesilvcritessooften iulost waiting purchaser. "May I ask year's campaign They are beginning to think. This ul coutse bodes where you bought those sweetbreads no good to the ftee silver cause; for in your basket? I have been all over when men once resort to reason they the market" and so jt nil goes ate sure to vote against Iree .silver. smoothly and merrily. Harper's Ba It is only through prejudice, ex- zir. citement and the arousing class hat (Sure full Cure red that the ftee silver sentiment can Dr. Armistead's Chilf Tonic is a thrive. Once let the people begin to sure cure for chills. J. II. Williams ouly has a few bottles, so it you want think, then farewell free silver. to keep off cnills call for a bottle at A Corkiictjo.v. In out last com ONCE. Price 45 cents a bottle. tuuuicatton this paragraph appeared: Don't delay. "It isnowdor.e with the farmer and they will thry to catch the preachers by sa) ing that he must pay more for Courier-Journ- al what he bujs."' It is quite common for tjpograpets to make errors In "setting up" artts 81.50. clcs, especially when the hand writ ing is bad, as is the case with ours; but the error in this paragraph makes it so absurd that wc make the corrcci tion. The word "preachets" should have been "putchasets," that is, those who purchase or buy, Rouin Hood. F. O. AUSTIN, M'g'r., I'rriminl fur Tlio Itiiiiliilriiii. The factory smoke seems to have affected Mr Aryan's voice. Has anybody been heard to express regret that he voted for sound money and peotectlon last year? ' Dollar wheat" is the derisive cry whether Drynn tries to renew his silver mgument. Of course, silver is tot to blame for the change in the price of wheat. It had nothing to do with it; never had Nqitlilt learned whether that dollars which is to be paid the ex candidate Bryan for his one Ohio cflotts is guaranteed in gold coin? That rattling sound jou have heatd over the country is uot caused by the putting up of shutters, as was the case at this stage of the Cleveland administration. Is Mr. Bryan going to sit quietly by amLperhaps allow the statesmen of Mexico, th;qugh the direction of the London "gold power,'' to commit another crime? After a series of regular Democratic convention endorsed the Chicago free silver platform, cheeiced wildly for Bryan, nominated a ticket and then adjourned. What fools these mortnls 1500 in fact. Has It been A Srw SHiry ol 11 Old Sniiir. The first time that the tender' lyric, "Home, Sweet Home." w.is fung in public was when an Indian brooding over the death ot hU beloved and papooe, committed suicide on the spo.it where they were buried. It was a time when the boundary lines between Georgia and Tennessee were in dispute, and the half breeds were constantly making trouble. In order to harmonize contending fac. tions, our government established a trading post there. John Howard Payne appeared qn the scene, nnd on suspician of inciting the Indians to insubordination, was atrestcd and carried to the council house. With others he witnessed the burial of the heart broken Indian, and began soltly singing to himself the song which has since echoed through evey land ou earth. The sequel is told by the Atlantic Constitution in these noitsi: niiM'ii. HtlorneysarLaw HARTFORD, Attorney at Law IlEAynit Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfield, words: "General Bishop, who had kept n close scrutiny on his actions, heard the song and called Payne to him. 'Young man," said the stern old Indian fighter, "where did you learn that song?" "I wrote that song myself," replied Payne. "And where dir1 you get the tune?" composed that also." "Would you let me have a copy of it?" "Certainly I will." "Well, n man who can sing and write like that is no incendiary. Appearances may be against you, but I am going to set you free. I shall write out your discharge immediately and a pass to carry you anywhere you choose through the nation." Payne has been housed at the borne of a family living near by, and on his return there he exhibited his pass and related the circumstances. That was the first time that "Home. Sweet Home" had even beensungin public. Youth's Companion. be. Four hundred and fitly thousand Btitish guinea? from Australia have been received in San Francisco, in payment for exportations of American wheat. This is another case where the western farmer is being tramped upon by the gold power of Great Britian. "Blessed is the country whose soldiers fight for it and are willing to give the best they have, the best that any man has, thev love it. Such an nrtuy the United States has always commanded in all her history. President McKinley. It seems as though everything had turned against the calamity shriekers whether of the free silver ar free trade type. Their latest misfortune comes in the way af a recent announcement showing the individual deposits in the national banks of the country to be the largest on record. From the position of a private sols dier to that of President of the United States is a long step and there is but one man who has yet made it. He was at the Buffalo reunion the other day, one Wra. McKinley. And he was a bit ruffled either when his carriage was refused admittance to the campt by an old soldier who knew only to obey orders. Arfd now thereis prospects of high er prices for corn. The Europeans are taking our corn in great quantities, and here is statistician B. W. Snov, ot Chicago, one of the ablest experts on crops in the country, with an estimate that the corn crop of the country will be more than 1,800,000,-00- 0 'I Hamtfobu, Ky. practico his profession in all has purchased a house of IJ. R. tho courts of Ohio ami atljoiuinir counties. Also Notnrj Public. Graves and moved in same Offices, in Commercial Hotel. W. II. Lyons, of Reedyvtlle. visited his family here Saturday and Sunday. J. M. Ragland, of Rosine, is building in our town W. C. Leach is having a new house ky. Will practico his profession in all tit built for his drugs at this place courts of Ohio and adjoining counties W. M. Atry is making great imUreiul provement ou his property hete in business attention will bo given to n entrusted to his care. the way of sinking pumps and ceil- lections a specialty. Office over Col Ohio ing. County Bank. Also Notary Public. W. Myrtle is preparing to build a ES. DE. 2STJEJJ&.X.M large stable preparatory to keep a feed (.Connty Attorney) and Hverysupply. Fred T. Lynch, who has been down with typhoid fever, is much improvWI1HA?TF(HU, KY. ed. practice his profession in tiie Scarlet fever is still raging in our """ " wujo ana adjoining . conn Special nttantmn ..,,,. -- i community.but as yet none has proven ties. WU4 lections. Office in Courthouse. fatal. Jack frost visited us last night, JNO. B. WILSON, changing the color of most all our tender growth. HARTFOKD, Kyf Mr and Mrs. Freeman returned to their home at Hawesville ofter a C1PECIAL attention given to col- two weeks stay with their daughter, also i?c,t,ons making abstracts, Ac. Notary Public for Ohio County. Mrs. C. C. Taylor. Office North side of public Reuben. sounrP. of Davidson Station, Attorney at Law, ,,,.,, II. K.WEDiJiKG"" Attorney at Law, hartfokd, Attorney aiaw, fcW ' Attorney at f aw R. E. LEE SIMMEBM a N Ky. Don't Tobacro Spit and Suiola lonrlJfe Away, To quit tobacco easily nnd forever, bo mag nctlc, full ot life, ncrre and vigor, take the wonder-workethat makes weak men strong All drugslsts, tOcorfl. Curo guaranteed. Booklet and sample free. Address Sterling Itemcdy Co, Chicago or New York. Will practice his profession in all tho Attorney at aw Hahtfohd, The Republican and the for one year for bushels this year against And yet bushels last j ear. silver continues to fall. 2,283,-000,0- 00 AUSTIN HOTEL , 531 Nniulirrii Jlnrlcrt Nor is the mere provender side of ofthe question all that n market-dafers. It might be that Southern marketing would bocome a less lengthy task is the social element were omitted. There nre women who A y West Marltot Street Bo-twoon 5th and Gth, ' Louisville, Ky. Clerks; Let's see! the ircccoluage advatates last year promised the farmer $i oo a bushel for wheat if they would dilute the currency of the country with silver, but admitted they did not know how much the dollar would be worth. We know how much it is worth 50 cents. Yet the farmers havegot their dollar u bushel,- - and got it in good money too. This shows ithe wisdom of rejecting theories without a careful test as to their probable effect when put into operation. new-fangl- ed j R. L. BAKER AND The grumbler is still abroad in the tended to. nmZ'1" DU1Ua land. The fellow who a few months & Co., Market Street. since was growling because be could not get anything for the products of VICKERS, . the farm was in the other day and was kicking because the consumer Hhrtford, Ky., had to pay him so much forsomething Will practico his Yfllow reter Ucrtiix profeseion in Ohio breed in the bowels. Kill them and to eat. Yet the same fellow proposes andadjoining counties. Special atyour are safe from the awful disease. to get the last cent he can for what tention given to nil business entrusted Cascarets destroy the germs throughhe has for sale regardless of whether 0 his care. Office in Republican building. out the system and make it impossi- the buyer has much money or not. ble for new ones to form. Cascarets Thus it is. There are some so ARMISTEAD JONES, are the only reliable safe guard for given to complaining that if they young and old agaist Yellow Jack, have no ills of their own they hunt ioc. 25c. 50c. all druggist. 10 4t up the troubles of theirneighbors and HARTFORD, KY.. adopt them as their own children. Will practice in all the Courts of Ohio The iilncowry ftnvctl IIIh Ule. Hustler. and adjoining counties. Special atMr. G. Caillouette, Druggist, tention given to collections. Office 111 , says: King's "To Dr. with County Attornoy. Few Discovery I owe rny life. Was taken with La Grippe and and tried Louisville Dental Co., all the physicians for miles about, but of ho avail and was given up and told I could not live. Having Dr. King's New Discovery in my store I ; sent for a bottle and begau its use from the first dose began to get and better, and alter using three bottles The greatest claims for 3.S.S. (Swift's i was up and about again. It is worth Specific) are made by those whom it has its weight in gold. We won't keep cured, and after all the most valuable store or house without it " Get a reputation is one which is given by those who speak from experience. We conld free tial at J H. Williams Drug Store. publish a page of what we claim S.S.S. will do, but the people prefer to read of what It has done, and hence we give School Itrporl. the testimony of reputable, The following is therepott of Hick people in country. ainerent parts of 14 W.M.st. ory Grove school after n rigid exami who eladlv tell of hour fi.RSthe ti.. ,,.-,- 1 them of blood diseases, after trvinr HW'F'.iV .GUI's nation held at the close ot the first l,x'v--tv- ) J other treatment in vain. month, September 25, 1897: No wonder S.S.S. has such staunch GoldCrowns $5tof7 Moses Coppage 96, Cora Pet'y 92, friends. The experience of those who will be the'same as of Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Lizzie Galloway 92, Bertha Petty 88, take tt those who twenty Tears ago found It the Best set of teeth (no better made Calvin Loyd 88 Jas. Tarnharj 86, only care. Blood diseases are obstinate, no matter how much you pay) . $8 Allie Wtnsatt 97, Dora Maddox 90. and cannot be cured by one medicine Gold fillings fi up in a dozen which claims to cure thetn; Effie Winsatt 97, Eva Gentry 93, so when S.S.S. Is taken with satisfactory Silver filling 75c Extracting, pet tooth 25c Fanny Bewley 67, Jessie Boiling 98, results, after a disappointing experi- Painless extracting with Vitalized ence Karl Bean 83. Ara Gentry 65, Clap strangewith other remedies, it Is not Air that it has grateful friends by 5oc ence Gentry 85, Frank Tabjr 96, Sis-s- ie the score. Exttacting iree when Artificial Teeth ate ordered. Office permanent-l- y Coppage 88. Mary. Board 76, Jesse located. Maddox 87, John Turnhom 98, Ethel KFIX JB. Attorney at Law, Attorney at taw Beav-ersvill- e, No Theory Here. i well-know- n 1 Tr 1W " y 1 T. O. BAKER. TASTELESS nmn ILL i CM. & Hell. Buslnss?, 1897 TH Er 1897 ' v ' Y.llow Jnck 1'retrnlntlve. Guild ugainst Yellow Jack by keep ing the system thoroughly clean and free from germ breeding matter. Maddox 85, Bessie Powers 99 Lula hMtitfofy T"w -- 111. yG)j, TO BE HELD , (d, 7, 8 arid 13 a ai ATU, ills., Not. JO, 18M. Mo. Turk Medicine To., bt. (lentnmeni Wo ruld ln.t year, CUO bottles ol mtOVirri TABTKI.Ks.S Cllll.l. TONIC nu.l luvo Ugjiilit tbrf o KroMulrcady this year. Inalluurcx-!eriviH- o of II yonra. In tbo druit bu.ine.s. bnvtt q oarer auM nn nrtlrla that cave iuch unlTenal yuur Tuulc. lour, truly, Al!M..-,CAlACO. WARRANTED. PRICE CO cts. JUST ASCOODPOfl ADULTO. Owensfooro, OFFICERS: DR. O.H.TODD, Presidont. P.T. WATKINS, Treasurer )y. u F, T. QUNTHEH, Vice Pres. Tex-val- i Williams rs. a J. W. GARTER, Secretary. JC&rge Special oa x SlUullun. ikOf -- a&IS&s. 4. I'HUNUUHAPHY, Typ Willlltt fJ WUM' vmV elegraphy Bk. Havo always been tho main feature of the Fair, and havo always assured its succofs. Tho finest stock in Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois competo for them. This Year's piemiums nro up to tho strndard of iormeryenrs. Tho Usees nra contests to encourage tho development of speed qualities, Im debarred, niit close ami fair eonli'sts will boexuetod, f remiums For circular his famous and ruponalbls COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY jfafttrMWILBUR R. SMITH. LEXINGTON, KY., ot trickery will lu about JJ0. Pwrtoud.TWn&andTelejTOphT.SpwUltiefc K.utucky UnlTsrallr Diploma, un,t awur.Udr..lual.. i.ll.r.rydourMfrM.lfd..rre.l.' Xuinrutlmi. Knternow. Qrolustosaurrvuful "Unu m'i. "ae ....."1". '12." vo" WILBUR R.SMITH, LEXINGTON, KV Atrnrtird SleUal at World' Exposition. lUfrr. lionsinila of graduates In po.ltlon.. .V"!'nf TnH .""'" JPourao. IneludlngTul. linn, and Hoard family, A now feature is the Bioylu Races. Every race will bo loudng on the buck stretch, and the boys that win will huvo to :o:x:o"sro3L.:E5 2uSl.oes?3." firct-ciaes. No ami "git up git '"'" uttrriMaViM MOStMJOli .$& anmci utu ui TOBIJtV Kwisomtwios. 'Sf'Viflfl 'ni' tiPffim vwuaiMi. '.jnktuftu 1 CUMS'SliOCMCVS: 400 WW taiuira ti auf WtTiJ 1 1VT1. ir B.insi.u rai Vi,Uk LlLijii 1 1 1 .44r--- .. .fftTBi J2i bv UIIH, bbi UUIW9 lurudjC iiorm .wjnuir. iir itwikracsml niimnufiiri (fit inn jbPtit. j a flJITil lu JS'VUIJffZK rtrs inrVUl .waranupc HauMWrt JHUUUIUQ m 373E3C2I5 send to suffering women. Muy God And Machinery Department will bo as attractive as it can he made. Ev bless you and spare you many years Bring tho products of your to relieve Aiomen who are suffering I ery department will bo filled to its utmost. ' farm, garden dairy, your paintings, needle- ntid fanny work. as I was to know what your medicine did for me, The bet BAND of MUSIC Hub always beon obtained, Look out for MRS. II. D. AM03S, No intoxicants sold or potnbHng mlowcd on tbo NEW FEATURES. Greenesboro, Ga. grounds, Apply to ibeSrrrelary for Premium List or general information, A free bodk, written expressly for Kecloy Inr bicycle raco informatipn. loT. A. Pulley i'ur privileges women by Dr. Ifatttuan, will bo sent to any address by The l'e ru na Drug WManufacturing Co,, Columbus, Ohio 3P2LOJELJ&.JLm 33lj&.TLm1 Casovtets Candy Cnthnrlic will cleanse the system and kill all contagious di Loyal 75, Golda Brown 6 , Wesley sense germs 10 4t Carmickle 75, Jarred Loyal 65 Wil bur Hale 65, Hannah I!jllinj 8 , ElRemember Bullington will give bert Brown 85, Evret Phillips 85 you a good shave, hair trim or shamHiram Powers 65, Finise (Itrrison 65, poo. Dudley Maddox 75 Lonuic S .n lusky 60, Joe Royal 72, Arthur Westeifi-l- d 76, Lee Loyd 72. Mntti Westerfield A WOMAN'S LETTER 60, Myrtle Cuter 65. Tim Powers 71, Verna Petty 75, Mamie Hale 1. EQis Oonoornlug Dr. LTartman's Brown 70, Charlie Candor 757 Roscoe Bewley 75, Arto 6j, Walter Free lor Galloway 70, Arnold Brown 65, ChesWomen. ter KetnUou 6i, Archie Hatrison 67. Alva Bennls 6), Andrew Brown 65, I received your book on Gyneco Abbie flarrlsou 65, Stulord Sin Junky logy and commenced the use of your 70, Luthur Loyd 63, Winnie Westermedicine at once. I took five battles field 73. AbMe Willett 83. AUic Whit-lc- r of l'e ru a aud two of .Man a tin. I 79. Viola Bond 7J, Iry Betn Si, fed like a new woman. When I Joe Hale 65 Theodore W.sterfi Id 85, I could commenced taking l'eru-n- a Melvin Westerfield 80. Armond Philhardly walk across my room; now I lips 67, I'ie.-- i Coppice 6 j. Wnlis Bud nm doing mv own work, can walk a Willie Hale 6 , Jalin Carmickle 6o, mile and u half to church. I shtll May A hittler 6i, Kate Petty 85. Bes-si- e never cease to thank you for prcscrlb- IkxI'kttv, t'riu Beley 6j. j jng for me. I had been under the treatment of two doctors, but never A young man bought five thousand received any benefit until I commencI am now cigars and insured them against loss. ed taking your medicine. well and able to do my own work, I Thin he smoked them all up and dewish every woman who wjs suffering manded his insurance, claiming they us I was would send for one of your were destroyed by fire. The case was taken to court and the judge decided books ou Gynecology. It is a God- Petty 98, Perla Coppige 87, Mtu'e Beivley 83, Alma Petty 83. Alma Gentry 70, Lena Brown 91, Ethel Sandusky 70, Tula Copoage 70. Lula o in aoLD, Watch, Diamond ur a ocnoiarsnip 1 Draughon's Practical uusiness I College, Nashville, Tenn.,e Texarkana, Tex., or a scho arshlo In most anv other renutable hii.ln.u ml. lege or literary school la the U. 8. can be secured by dolnga little work at home for the Youths' Advocate, an illustrated journal. It la elevating In character, moral tn tone, and especially Interesting and profitable to younir people, but read w Ith interest and profit by people of all ages, btorles and other Interesting matter welt illustrated. Sample copies sent Im. Ageuts wanted. Address Youths' Advocate Pub, Co., Nashville. Tena. Mention this paper I Va...b freb Y O U fl r rGOOlG r miiict ' JT nicycle.dold i i.mi: taiii.v. i. i'. ii.ii, in ai 1:11 IIA KY. GOI.VC HAST. Lrcal Freight No. Mail Fast Mail Fast Mail UR. WILLIAU 30W8R8. 292 n 6 00 h. ni. No. 222 a i 02 p. m, No. 202 a 7 25 p. m. WEST. treatment GOING I 11 J. - CARTER, Sec'y, Owensboro, Ky. Mr. William Sowers, of Bradtord.OMo, H. Merrick. Agt, was cured by S.S.S. ten years ago of a severe blood poison, and writes that to this day no sign of the dreadful disease Henderson route Louisville. Hem'er- has ever returned. He says: d St Louis "I had a terrible blood disease which son ni Caid effective Railway Company May 30, 1897. Time Is considered Incurable, and was treated EAST BOUND for a long time by the best physicians, No. 42 46 but they did me no good. The disease 44 seemed to get a firmer hold on me, and Lv. St Lou's 7 561ml 8155pm attacked mr tongue and throat, which Evansville 6:50am 2:23pm 2:45am were soon lull of vile nlcers. Henderson 7:15am 2:46pm 3:10am "I changed doctors several times, and Spottsville 7.38am 3:07pm 2:28am afterwards took nearly every blood remOvensbcro8:i8aui 3:44am 4:00am edy on the market, without the slightest Hawesville 9:17am 4'4opm 4:50am benefit. After fir years of treatment Cloverpoit 9:45am 5:03pm 5:10:1m which did me no good whatever, I was induced to try S.S.S. This remedy Irvington 10:450111 6 03pm 5:571m Itself equal to the ease, for in a ArLouisville is 35pm 7.45pm 7:30am proved lew months I was entirely cured and my WEST BOUND skin was peruciiy clear ana stnootu. No 41 43 45 I coald hardly Believe that the cur was I.v. Louisville 7:30am 4:50pm 823pm permanent, but ten years have elapsed Brandenburg 8:510111 609pm 9:30am and no sign of the disease has yet apIrvington 9:15am 6:43pm 9:52am peared." Stephenport 9:51am 7:20pm 10:21am S.S.S. is a sure cure for Cancer, Catarrh, Contagious Blood Poison. ScrofCloverport 10:11am 7:39pm 10:26pm In ftvor of the young man. The inula, Rheumatism, Eczema, and all ether Hawesville 10:35am 8:04pm 10:58pm surance commissioner theu had the blood diseases, which other remedies Onensboto ij:35bui 9'05pm 11:48pm young man arrested for setting fire to bay no effsct whatever upon. It t Spottsville 12:17pm 9'47Pui 12:23pm Ills own property and the Judge T .J.-f- .f Hendetsnn 12:40 lo.topm 12:45pm V tenccd him to a flue nnd imprison- Evunsville 1:15pm 10:40pm 2:45pm Louis 732pm 7.20pm Richmond Pantograph. nient and is tb only blood remedy which Ar St All trains run th tough solid to is guaranteed to contain no mercury, potash or other harmful mineral, S.S.S. Evnnsville, Through Parlor Cam and Pullman Sleepers on all trains AH the factories st Owensboro are la sold by all druggists. crowded with 'orders, nnd many are be Books on Blood and Skin Disease will between St. Louis, Evnnsville and walled free to all who address Swift Louisville. No, 41 and 42 connecia running day and nlht. I'rosperltj I Specific Company, Atlanta, Qcorgla. st Irvington for Fordsvlllv wid llar- " sen-MD.- No. 201 37170. m. No, 221 n t2 25 p m. Mail Local Freight No. 291 a 3 25 p. m. lUFClV CVclclUlC Prosprilt)' dlnsburg dally evc-- pt Sunday. TXT ' A I'ollllriil Inter Irw. 'Hip nriln NprnkliiK. A Anion tinilcr one of tho old party did dltcovcr it, they lost no timo In DEMOCRATIC THEORIES. Dr. W M Warden nndn large numMr. Miller stated in his speech nt devices is 110 fusion, hut tlio weaker informing tho public of their discovlkdu in connection with his denial of ber of Hie long Democrats wilt vote FRIDAY, OCTOMUl I, I897. ery and n majority of tho people, pnrly Is swallowed. An Ablo Loltorontho Folllos having "said that he had his foot on the Republic)) ticket HiIh Inll. Dr. strmfgfl In say, did not believe it after Offlco on Fox Stroot. the necks of the Democrats of Ohio Warden was in Hiirtfoid nlewdavs Apponrod Ench Oonson Until Blood Mis. M. L. Kinuhu.o Las boon of Froo Colnngo. they told it. Was Purified With Hood's Soma-pnrllcounty," that he never knew until ago, when he was Interviewed by postmaster at Hardinsburg. Isiucil I'.xcry I'rlititynt Ilurtlord, Ky Now, say freo silver orators, promAn Indolent Ulcor. now that the Democratic patty had n Democrat, who said: He succeeds Mr. Joo B. Cox. I.RIIANON, KY , Sept. 27, 1897 inent among tliem being Juo. S, "Dr. Watdcu, I heard that ou nud " For nevcral years I wrd troubled with Cdltor. JAS. A. ANDERSON neck. Oh, yes, Mr. Miller, the men III my last letter to your journal t the Demrrntle party have a larRO rtinilcr of other Drmocrnts Iu carbuncles 011 my left utile and my buck, J. Bryan wil Rhea, of lluso!lvillo, short . crops iu It is Subscription, SI. 25 por yoar visit thosaid that W, Exposition and It 1I11 is tho canto ol tho ndvnnco in said that all of the doctrines nnd the- composing the same ns other men do your vionilnj eie going to vutr thc Tlicy would disappear lu winter and necks just Nashvillo tho next summer. I began taking at Ilnrtlotil then eo mo into Kentucky to mako win at. At Inst they are driven to ories of Democrats had been tried by and you will fiud lu this count) quitr Republlcan UrVet Is this uimcl?" Hood's Bnnaparllla and lmvo never had lettered nt the post-oflithe test of actual experience and h id a number of second class mail matter. as 'Yes sit, thnt is comet " nny carbuncles elnco. My lltUu son liml thec old Democrats speeches. His coming to Kentucky ndiuit thnt supply and demand reguI been proven failures, hurtful &c "WIihi! Votu Hgniust the Demo-ctatt- c n fever and nn Indolent ulcer appeared on whose record you telerred too, nt nn will mako many votes fcr Bailey nnd lates tho price of products, nnd not do rot wish to be understood as class- indUnnlion meeting held last May in Ida luft limb and uprcnd half way around ticket?" the pneo of sllvfcr. Thus a delusion Hindman. physician recommended blood " ing the deliverances of the Chicago "Tlieit is no Democratic ticket to it. Our and I (,'avo tlio boy aHood's is dispelled. n D.utlelt'a precinct, as being "too But how exceedingly JSft''rvNs V "W purlllcr convention of 1896 as Democratic csE,sTaFT. hive Harsaparlll with gratifying rcnulU." A. fjr you to defend" with sores on to vote against, the A significant political fact can bo funny! How excauriatingly fiinnyl doctrine nnd theories, although die U. II. JAMrs, Polkvllle, Mia. their necks made by the part vou not not .my ticket; there Isuth-ki- t seen this year, in thnt sovcral promiO dear! Last year free silver orators Democratic party of the country is plajed by bringing about the detent called n Popoctalic Tickil" or some sufferer " I have been n nent Democrats who supported Bryi wcro shedding copious (cars over tho responsible lor same, I and In October licRan bcliee ol the Hon. A. I) Montgomery in thing 1ie Hut, I utthls ticket his no lust year, are making speeches in down trodden farmers of our own na nothing in nn taking Hood's Pnrraparllla. I continued the history of political Demociflcy slul It and seem to ITits una until January when I could ;o behntf of Capt. Ilindnian now. tivo land. Now that American far- parties in this country shows the 1891 It is fir better for a nun to nnd give a ivwnid for immot.ility, about ns welt ns any ouo and I hnvo Imd Many moro will support Capt. Iliml-mn- u mers aro happy mid progressive, tho enunciation of such principle' as re acknowledge his lattlts than to deny drunkeuos nnd disorder ns muni et-eno ncuto pnl.is alnce." 1. V. Minnick, who are saying nothing. heathens of India mid China and set out in the platform adopted by the Until. by the t'omiuntiuu nnd having at Grand IkIp, Louijlana. REPUL1CAN TICKET. Mr. O. II, Likens, the candidate, Hottentot and Zulu laud aro causing that convention, saving only so much 6r near its hind the name ot J.ikr It is not too early now to impress our silver friends a world of woe. of same ns was stolen from farmer announces from the stump thnt he is Ro've, whose conduct and characUr upon the Republicans of this county tegular endorsed candidate ol the Is siiM ly nil (Irncslils. rrlcolislxfnr$s. Eloctlon Nov. 2, 1897. It is not necessary for silver speak- Populist platforms. Ceitntaly noth- the is known to be ''israceml in the extho necessity of getting "every RepubPopulist patty, but tails to explilu nm tho ontjr rllli to Ulco ers to go so far away to find nu object ing like the doctrines laid down by treme, nrd in siipp rt ol go morals lIOOU S FillS with llood'a BarjaparllU. Clerk of the Court of Ar lican voter to tho polls in November. for that convention w.ie tver held by why he is not going to suppJit the nnd ptiiciplrsnrd to dcoinage liu their sympathy, No! G. Bailey. A Hon. Mr. Parker. failuro of Republicans to como out morality, cttinc-anIs not William Jennings Bryan nu the Democratic party from the time dishonesty, I will Micnlilnir. State Senator. Dr. T. G. Turner. nnd voto is tho only thing that can deThe Democrats of the county me vote against the uncalled "Popocratic of the election of its first President in The following is the list of speakRepresentative, H. C. Jarnagin. object of sympathy. getting quite anxious to hear candifeat tho Republican ticket. Lot every County Judge, .Ins. A. Park. Ticket,'1 as nil good citizens should ings ntrnnged for the county candiHe who tohl us that wheat could 1828 down to the assembling of thnt date Miller explain himself when he do. Again they have Jim Miller on dates and ns agreed to by the chairRepublican thereforo make it n point not County Clerk, M S. Ragland. convention. till silver rose? riso Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, to get to tho polls early and stay late. It is not true that tl" priciple tenets says "that certain actions of that their ticket who, I am unformed, thnt men of the different committees: Any Democratic Certainly so. County Attornoy, M. L. Hcavrin. of faith as declared at Chicago have party nre too low lor him to defend." n few je.irs ngo wns doing nil he Oct. 4 Hartford, Monday. ShcrifT, S. T. Stevens. The Hartford Jlcrald claims the speaker who faces an intelligent au- ever had the test of experience ap" 4. Ccntcrtown at night. Candidate G. D lllack, nt Dcda last could against the Democratic pattv, School Superintendent, Foil Rogers. honor of converting tho editor of dience and attempts to explain tho plied to them in this country nud it Friday, nssumrd the nttidude of what going so lar ns to vole lor n negro to " s. V( st Point chinch. Tuesday Jailer, Tlios. II. Black. to Republicanism. many well wo will say yorni that Is ns equally true that they never he mistook for that ot nu ointor and defeat The " 6 Kquitity church, Wcd'sday. G. D. Royal. wh re is the Assessor, tin Demicrrfti This may be true and it may not bo he told last year, is an object of synii will. I am well acquainted with the proceeded tosiy Until elected he, Deiuocr icy iu such a ticket? None " 6. Ctnlvo ..t night Coroner, L. W. Hunt. pathy. It would be well for freo sil- Democrat of the old school, mid it nnd he alone, would restore prosperitrue, but one thing is certniu tho Re" 7. lockpit riiu'slny. Surveyor; N. Moxley. whatever. This "Popvctat publicans of Ohio county are under ver orators to meet together and sym- was of him I wrote in my last Utter. ty. Such silly twaddle does not dis- ic Ticket" is a uieie phintnui .ho Im " 7 Echols at pitit. MAGISTRATE. " S. Hopewill chinch, b'riday, binding obligations to tho Herald for pathize with eachother; they need Although he. has been a creature of tract one loto from the fact that he as pirty is concerned and 11 wholly Hartford Dl9t Christopher Allen. " 9 Tnyloitown school house, Cromwell Diet Joul B. Wilson. the work it has done in turning Ohio sympathy. At tho closo of tho meet- expediency nil his political existence, voted in Hancock county last Novemwithout any fouiidRtion ami Ins tor and has trimmed his sails to suit the ber and is inclinable lor the office to its ol jtct to put some men iu oflico, ing they could appropriately sing: Saturday. Fordsvillo Dist Jacob Chaucelor. county from a Democratic county to Rosioc Dist L. B. Loney. " 9. (ireen Drier school house nt some ol w loin not worthy the a Republican county. The county "Hark from the tombs a doleful sound; winds, yet he has rather stcadilv ad- which he aspires Bulord Dist Ed Mnseic. Ye saints attend the cry; hered to the same dangerous heresies, night Mr. Jo n. Vickcrs in his campaign confidence ol n common cur, nnd was formerly Democratic by a large Yc living men come view the ground, though nt times he would seek to speeches poses as " u. Prentis, Tuesday. the ' lle bitten nothing more I am n Democrat and has done as majority and the Jferald Where we must shortly lie." Judicial District. conceat them, and the lion's skin has gray " For him to assume any other would vote the Democratic " 13. Cromwell, Weilncsdny. ticket if much or more to mako tho county ' 14. Select, Thursday. never fully concealed the same oM role would not only be ptesumptious there was such a ticket, but as there Wo than anything else. HOW IS ass. I find, however, upon r flection, on his part, but tiJiculcd by the peo- is r.osuch tii'ket I am nt liberty to " 14 naizetown at night JUDGE, Republican brother. Keep up your The Democracy THIS? FOR CIRCUIT l, of tho thank you, that one in writing concerning Dem ple " 15. Rosine, Friday. vote as 1 choose without violating nny LU C1US P. LITTLE. work and the Republican ticket will the Louisville Tim'.i, nnd the ocracy in order to avoid beinj: misun" 15. Mount Pleasant nt night. I can't swalpolitical principles, nnd .Mr. J. P. Miller says that he would Evening Pott, nil nble paper, is not derstood, and possibly to be consisbe elected this fall by over 500 maFOR COM'TH ATTORNEY, " 16. Horse nrnuch Saturday. low such ,1 mixture as the "Popohave been satisfied with n wire nud of the right soit to suit the wild eyed tent, iu a scries of letters, jority. NOE. should be slat Witness our signatures. This Aug. cratic Ticket " lence around the Cutitt House free silver Democrats of this state. careful to declaie the kind cf Democ Jons P. Morton, "Wetl, Dcctor. I bid not viewed 30, 1S97. Retorts from the manufacturing Hence the Louisville Dispatch has racy of which he writes. Iu these From expressions from Populists in Ch'ui. Republican Com. The continued dry wcater is get districts, North and South, continue certain parts ofthe county one would themUteriu that h lit, nnd I bebeen set up to preach puro and unde latter days when we have so many Rowan Holhrook, . In many parts of to show increased activity. ' ting distressing. Three nted Democracy. The Dispatch and kinds, and the worst not even seeking inter that n fence stat well applicl to lieve thnt you arc Ch'm. Democratic Com. so scarce that stock the county w uteris certain puts of Mr. Miller's anatomy mills at Isaia, Ohio, large cordage its supporters are trying now to get the friendly shelterof the hide ol some J. J. Drackin, is suffering. would be more nppropriate which have been out ofopeintion for more reputable animal, we feel very Ch'm. People's Party Com. tf the votes of Populists. The old Sleroyped phrase of "vote several years, aro being reopened Tho Populists hove nominated as sensibly the want oi proper nomenTiutixtts in the family of an Iu with a full force of men. The Wead their candidate for Clerk of the Court clature by which to designate the the straight Democratic lickc'," so diana man have been named William, Paper Mills at Mnloue, New York, of Appeals Hon. Joo A. Parker, a several branches, not wishing to be much used by the Herald, is sadly It does seem which have oeen idle for two years, most elegant young man. He has offensive in the use of the cant phrases missing in this campaign. DemoJennings and Bryan. 6t the Hay. It was of the old line crats have begun to wonder why how cruel some parents can have been reopened; tho Bridgeton, been strange making nn active and honorablo The Republicans of Ohio county Pennsylvania, Woolen Mills have canvass and has been given an open Democracy the success of which nevbe. er in the whole history of the country ore to be cougiatulatcd on the splendbeen closed nearly three years, have insult, for his pains, by tho Dispa'cli failed to bring business disaster and id campaign thnt is tieing made by Raymond Busiikod, of color, was resumed operations; two of the Ohio itself. Thnt paper ought to be one of distress upon the people that I referr- their candidates. Tiny are bring Valley Railroads have given orders Mr. Parker's warmest supporters. lynched at Hawesvillo last Sunday. ed to in my last letter The Chicago met nt their places ot speaking by for 0110 thousand new box cars each, The Dispatch says: The lynching was done in broad open convention variety, of 1S96, possesses large and enthusiastic crowJs ot Rewhich is being "Candidate Jo Parker harrangued all the evils ol the old line Democra- publicans and given the hearty assurand seemed to meet tho ap- tor use in tho business daylight offered them, nnd which they are now the people of Shelbyville last county proval of the public. cy without any oi its viitues nud ance of the l.irgest majorities ever unable to handle; the Cleveland Roll- court day, and drove from his party n v COriSTaPATSON number of Populists who had deters threatens us with still more glaring polled in the county. Mills report a largo order for bar mined to support htm Joseph's disHon. J. R. Hindman, National ing evils, though untried The the censteel from Birmingham, England, nod guise was too thin. His speech from tral features in the Chicago platform Demociatic nominee for Clerk of the I'roriimiiK. 25 50 DRUGGISTS to finish abounded in abuse of of Ohio paper mill reports a contract start the Democratic party, Anarchy and Ol Teachtrs Association ol liuf- rJ Court of Appeal, will speak at Hart- an ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED '? nn a. suforiiii.iio. uUnnniUDQUi,f.B,fri:riperirlpMiilMi!JBfiijnalortlmiilli, u..i u,t.of several thousand tons of print pa- the Democratic puty. Those who fered the sore affliction of listening to Free Silver Coinage, never appeared M.lirlQtprifll Mlctriot in I... l.ul.1 C!aa.. rle.nd booVIrt rrt. XI. STKM.rUl IIKJILUT III.; rtlure.Uoatml. Cm.. or"." lJ"k. binford next Monday at one o'clock p. per for the Japauese trade. it, fay he never referred to Republic-- , before in any Democratic platform in day, October 19. '97: Everybody invited to nttend. 111. JM.ir.NWllWMI.MU.. HI. gWM.1. lllW.IMw,M.llMna1i an mismanagement of state affairs, this country and they are not likely j Devotional exetciscs Ifcqr. nor to any ot the over acts that have to occurin thesameform again in any Joe Turner. ill becomes nn humblo and unIt Mn. Shackeli'ord refuses to go on characterized Republican occupation Address cf Welcome Miss I. una the stump and defend the free silver pretentious editor to mako light of a ot the state offices. It's a mean man other. Of these two central features W, who will attempt to criticize the charit is my purpose in this letter to no- Render, He certainly recognizes statesman after the order of Hon. Democracy. J. Bryan. The editor who attempts acter ot his employe, and why should tice only the one relative to silver. j Response Oina Shultz. the fact that there is nothing in - DEAM- K IN Democrats worry when Jo Parker Methods of teaching spelling - C. Tne Democratjc party succeeded in people should it only becomesnn object cf contempt. tails to show up the Republican par and thinks the Mr. Bryaid3 a truly great and good ty in its true light?'' 1892 the old line Dsmocratic party R. Carson. P go over to the Republican party. Reading Horace and man and we would not if wo could, FANCY is not enough for tho Dispatch to with its free trade theoties, aud it It Misss Frankle McD mild M1S8 LulnA. Lyle, of color, wa8 and we could not if we would, make assail Mr. Parker, hoping thereby to promptly brought upon the country Penmanship-- C. If. McoimI I We make injure him in his race, but it openly misery and ruin just as the Republimado a lawyer at Memphis, Teen., him an object of ridicule. (near Hurtfonl) IE5L",Sr, How the young teiicher leeis He cans foretold it vrruld, only much She is 23 ) ears of age, a these remnrks for fear some wretch insinuates thnt Mr. Parker is employrecently. Stewart. graduate of Central Tennesso Col- might think wo were so senseless as to ed by the Republicans to make the worse, and just as Democratic i ucctss Queiies and general diicuision. has always done, only much worse. in the attempt to ridicule Mr. Bryan. race he is uow engaged iu. lege, and has served as Clerk Now to account for this state of case Noon. She will pracWhen we quote from Mr. Bryan's Kausas Legislature. How does this strike the Populists Address Supt Z H Shtilu the Democrats commenced to cast last year speeches, therefore, it is on of Ohio county? tice law at Topeka, Kau. Civic A S. Tanner. about them for causes. They admitly for tho purpose of establishing tho Down here Populists are asked to ted Composition Mi..-- Rhod McDonthe evil was upon us, just as ReHon, L. P. Littlk and Hon. Joo fact that great and good men mny, voto a county ticket that will be put publicans said it would come, hut ald. Nog were nominated by n Republican We now under the rooster, aud because for- they denied the cause and in casting sometimes, be mistaken. The lady ttneher, essa Mi-- s Alconvention, regularly called and held. hold up to the public n statement sooth they have nominated an koncrt around they seltlid on a cause twenty berta Greer. Best Lump and Nut Coal for ealo at my Coal Yard in Hnytint Iho They have accepted the Republican years old ns having produced it The frequently mado by Mr. Bryan in his and able young man as their candiThe study of mind Miss Sue King si called demouitization of the silver nomination and will to be sure, be market price. In an unguarded date for Clerk of tho Court of Ap- dollar in 1873. A period ol time alrecent campaign. Attention: llniv rtctived? How-helplaced under tho Republican device; moment ho said: William Cox and Miss "Wheat cannot peals, the Dispatch must abuso and most ns great as the average lif.-- ol where clee could they bo placed? rise until silver rises." Wo leave our insult him for obeying the call of his man had elapsed and dining that per- Render, iod unbounded prosperity bed blessed Wheu did it become a crime for a readers to draw their own concisions School Generan disparty. us nnd even nt the close ot it, nt the man to change his political viewe? nnd make cussion. their own comments. Thisot course is not only a flagrant end of the twenty rcrs, the hiylust If it is a crime, then Mr. W. J. Bry-a- n The meeting will he at Holbro'.k's ot prosperity in the history of to Mr. Parker, but isalso equal- degree is the greatest criminal wo have, the Goveanuient was reaclud With school house. Everybody invited 5 The dispatches lmvo it, that one insult ly insulting to tho Populist party. In the advent of full Democratic power .fust h year before he wa3 nominated Jennie Davis, of Paducah, committed J. I. Euiiirk, V P short it accuses Populists of running a the tiouble came the allejied ciuc by the Democrats for Picsidcut, ho suicide by taking fifteen cents worth Laura Rhndrr, Sec'y. in the interest of the has not b:en it moved but the Demoand announced of lnuduuum, ten cents worth of mor man lor oflico was u pronounced cratic party lias nnd thecfT.ct is gone. Republican party. geridio-da- y Prosperity is back; the farmer is lnp ,,,,, liliiiio and half pint of whisky. EithPopulist. .crion Wo mention this fact 10 show that py with high pticcs. the laboring "My daughter his er the laudanum or morphine would Tiiniu: will bo n joint debato at lmvo killed tho woman; certain biands tlio same spirit ot hate shown some man is happy, the wotkeis in the with scrolula nnd rheuumtibiii and Uulbs for Fall Planting out ot doors. mills aud lactories nrc happy, nnd ld she was very nervous Hartford on Tuesday. October 12, of whisky would also have dona it. two years ago, by tho Hartiord w-- conclu V d silver is us much eVmonitiz'd ns Bulbs for Winter blooming in tho house. towards tho Populists, still actu-n'- before. Now was the absence of Irte to buy a bottleol Hood's Saraparilln between Hon. J. G. lhiley, Repub- Tho Hunts for blooming during tho Winter. strange ways in which people put coinage, or the prescr.cf ol DemocraAfter she had taken lour bottles she lican nominee for Clerk of tho Court nn end to their lives is ouo the Dmiocintic party. Hauls for decorating of tho cy that caused our troubH? was cured of all tioublcs, and since of Appeals, and Hon. Jo. A. Parker, mysteries of tho uj.'o Tho Louisvilto Dispatch is tho famA word as to this 16 to I business 'This woman, Sued for Fall sowing out of doors. the Popu'ist nominee for tho same to be sure, as is generally the caso ed child of silver Democratic party, Thfiie never was a time in the history then we have ulways kept Hood's Seeds for Winter sowing in tlio house. ol our mints when gold and silver Sarsapaiilh on hand " J. A. El'iult, ollice. The free silver Democrats when such heroic ticatment is admin- and its voice is tho voice of tho silver were not coined at a ratio according Sandy Springs, Tennessee. Send us 10c to pay poatngo and package nnd wo will send you 15 Populists on every occnt'on istered, had been disappointed in Democrats. the to their commercial v.ilue, when that Selected Bulbs, or Six packages of Selected Flower Seeds, orsix and would not enter into n dieeuesion love. The deepness of her disappointBehold then how the DUpalch maratio was fixed. The slightest differHood's Pills are purely vegetable Tho frco tilver with Mr Parker. ligns Jo Parker aud through him tho ence in value, formerly, called lor a and do not ur,e. puin or gtipe. All package (nil different) Sweot I'ciw, or all threo collo-tiofor 2fic. ment, probably was tho reason for her different ratio, but now it must be Democrats want to kill tho Populist taking such a mixture. drugtits. Populist party. is unforIt go., "16 to 1 or bun" It is claimed tint She reene, vJ. Y- party ami by refusing a dicussiou tunate Unit women should tend their the free nnd unlimited C' innge of sil- fsnggyjjmmyjrTVf-tTrafc- r Evcry-bi'- ly I they think thoy can do it. When jou nre suffering from Ca- ver woul raise the v due of silver so naked souls sniveling into the unthat the present mm w'j'ild l corfcbuiilil he 011 hand. tarrh or Cold in the head you want rect. The proper tatio would be corknown world bccauio of disappoint 23 The man for whom relief right n way. Only in cents is rect. The proper ratio now is greatrfei f&x&c&rii&u? In tho good year 1811(1 tho Repub- ment in love. eSKi Cats? required tottstit. Ask your drug- er than 32 t j uud if tutlimiud nnd lican presj anil orator promised the this woman died, is not tho only peb free coinntje of silver ot 16 to I will HAVE OPENED TflEIU There are others gist lor the tiial size of Ely's Cream increase its value more than double, peoplo that if McKiuley was elected bio on tho beach. buy the soc size. We mail of course the tame cause would quad, Halm, or ul tho products of tho farm would This applies to all other cases. it. mple its value or raise it to any deb'j ineieased, that the homo muuulac-tiiieinP-.'EI A' HROS., 56 WiTien St., N. Y. sired point, and the 3ime.cm be sai I vV SYMPATHY. would again start and wo would of iron. It is truelhat ofthe free and I was nflllctcd with cilarrh last auTho sympathies of tho freo ei ver lmvo a geneuil industrial tevlval. unlimited c linage of cilver into legal tumn During the month ot 0:tober tender Thoe piumii'es havoall lweu fu'lidcd oratms. now goesont to tho "starving I could neither taste in r smell and It does dollars will give silver a value not othcrwhc possess, so will buttci millions ut India1' ami elsewhere. nuil now wo are enjoying could hear but little, Ely's Cream the same thing do the sun? lor iron. In point of fact theioaro no ttarv-in- g Halm cute I times than we lmvo hud for 11 number Geo. Sliuiz, One cannot escape that conclusion. and as iron is much cheaper nud more millions iu India or any other Rahway, N J if yeius. On tho other hand our free aouncidiu, wnynotuse tnnt until silver Irjonild said (but if McKmloy country. and give the iron monger a dunce? Just nuw however itsuiM tho con was elected all farm prmlueU would To what nbiurditics the theories ot the free silver liowlers cm be reduced. gi down aud bonio nf them went so venience of udvocates of tho white The laws ol sound finance and the tUr iti tell llmlr products iintni'di-- ') metal to uinko it appear that there is correct exchange of values arc as fixed the rleotlou of Mr. Mo groat want and distress Hi foreign iipin ns tire laws which guvetu the uniof a slioit win 1 Toe question urUw now, eouuirio-verse, nud there can be no deviation Kmtiy. Bono on mo in fiom them without detriment to the who was light? The pooplo know ami ciop. business ol the country, not to say This they say Is Iho entire of dollar Tlio Rwpub-litd- -i will vote accordingly. sup- - bankruptcy and ruin to the people. morning". Wo have II one finds n Democrat right on the puty make promise mid then whortt in our own hi ml. fu li it thm. The Ddiuoaratiu party never bion ablo to soothe point in llll OVdfJl'S pi'OlTipt- - financial question, he finds one who would bankrupt the country and as a thisgrout cry that is going up regard- inakoj proniww, then breaks them result Impoverish the people through in-lV. JlOOIvRIt & short wheat crops in other rouir Toe Republican party is right 011 the free trade If he be right on no ques. tion he can scarcely do worse. We l un If, In ri'ltoi the money ipicftion trim. think tlie.couutry will hardly go back and h li'iuud t succeed. Our free silver Wends told us Inst ! ! vcTkUiiJmNJ fePtoGT ufecjJLvJ uLUnJLaLNJ JCLj M,,scs Rulh GreenvilIe. to Democratic control soon, by choosS""X7" year that tho gieat crime of 18,3, ,, Mary Nichalls, Cal. ing either horn oi the dilemma, nor Margarct VT.'Xc!13F,XOX3a.jE3.'ociTrov33.23a.. whin tilver wasttruok down, was tho ,100L. iJwie Coc, I.ivermore. nnd do we believe the wild vagaries ol the An olgaut vehiclo and good liowcg oiusooftho lw prices of farm prod- - Messrs. H S. Hard wick and W. R. Populist will be endorsed by the peo iU VVH uuiiu A flue now O.MN11IUS will ni"iM till day trains ut Beaver Dam, ,V hlWMll IJ pl ol Kentucky, and therefore we ,:Jcwri moot n wit, Mtijiaua 11V 1H1UJU K1HM Leave order at Field's Livery StaWp, KltVl All order promptly attended to. r guarantees a comtortablo rid . They did not llud it out, It is mulds, Hopklnsvllle, nttended the thiuk Mr Haily will be easily elected, uis corner Market and Uniou Siree'e, HarUcrd, C. J, line, iiiilil litst year, but when they Fiir yesterday. 'M ' Hartford Republican. at .tr r iiiae '.v-ari- ja Carbuncles 11 la ru ce 4 rot-to- m -r 11 d Hood's Sarsaparilla 1 d Courier-Journa- JOE Subscribe for The Republican aud keep up with the times. r2Wi2r3 OASTOniA. ANDY CATOA1IIC kfclcUr - itSMsiS rii t. ' fienry gjinsley iru Gil mm Freshest goods always kept in Stock. PRICES the LOWEST M AIHTS r$9 emrinie Qcvl&logae for Asking, bi-c- e'-a- rs ns Bregmi'iwiiij! pAesseep 1 HffiNR TT T J2. s v Another Oar Load. "HorHoShoo" Raw Can i i beo-nu- e 11 this )y .' I . . U(. ,,, JnJ immzmrnsnsssim 1 TO I jiz.z.'jiyji'ji The Policy that Built Up Our Store Is r H- - ? SLii 3AJPX.J jjj.njjfjcru)-- 1 jb"x; Carson Bros. & goods nt Cnson .: j- - ; Royal make, the food pure, wholetouio and iltllctou. I'ush groceries nt Sec the new i -i lj il ' " THE FAIR Opened Co's. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II Williams, Louisville, nre In Cirssn Bros, pay the highest market price for your produce. Yesterday At- With Good HONESTY. There are a great many ways of doing business. Our way is to tell tell the TKXJTII. We advertise the price we sell 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 FA LL goods are open and ready for inspection. Never before were the styles prettier than they are for the coining season. -- Absolutely puro POWDER Patronize Fields' Transfer Line to nnd from the Fair grounds, When you come to town, take your horse to Field's Livery ntnble. Mrs. J D. Render, ot Morgautown, 1 visiting her sister, Mrs. E. P. Neal. Patronize the new grocery nt Gun- ther's stand Carson Bros. Proprie1 tors. ROYAL BAKING W0C Our grand Fall Stock is lull ol fall barthe Stalls are Full of gains. It is a splendid assortment of the Fino Stock. latest styles and finest grades, all marked I at the fairest figures and combined to make Tho Crowds will bo Largo ' Day and a popular success. The great Ohio county Fair opened A Money Saving Triumph. yesterday with a good All To-w. tendance. IIMOW OF I I0VBT up-to-da- te CO., hf W YORK. Mrs. Jo. Mulhall, Louisville, is ;v A little dress goods chat might be interesting to you. nil Aiitmn similes inch nil wool cashmere, $1.02 for pattern, Syria inch all wool lail mixtures, $1.02 pattern. 40 inch nil wool Bouelo cflectfl, 83.12 pattern. Heutitiful Scotch plaids Co to lCc per yard. Itluck goods in all tlio latest weaves from 10a to $1.25 per ynrd. llroad Cloth iu black, navy, brown, tan, green and cardinal GOin 7Gc For trimmings we are showing n nico line of braids, jet, pussamcntrie, You will find our selections belter and iilk?, patios und vclvels. We nro in a posi prices cheaper than our competitors aro showing. tiou to get closer prices and better styles. 1G !1G Millinery Department Is lull and complete of tlio choicest styles that the market can nflbrd. Wo cnu fur-tiSTYLES tho best, 1'ltlCES the lowest is our motto. Biggest nnd cbenpert lineof neatly trimmed hats from 7Gc up. riiilrso aro shown by us, also a lino of children's capes nnd infant's headwear that nro not equated anywhere. So our lino before buying.! Uh Next week we will open up one hundred and fifty capes and jackets in all the leading stylos and shades. Prices on capes! from 73c to $10.00. Our jackets will run! from $1.50. to 810.0& There is no doubt but what we can please you. We are headquarters for dry goods, closest prices on ginghams, calico, cotton flannels, table linen, jeans, yarns and everything else in our line, Visit Hartfor( Semple of fashions, FAIR & COMPANY", proprietors. A Ront When you can Own? You icnt year alter year, and have no faun when you get through. The landlord has j our money nnd the farm nt the end of the year. We ofler you Ohio Ulver Bottom land, in Ballard comity, one of the best counties in Kentucky, on the following reasonable terms: 50 acres nt 514 00 per acre . . ?7co 00 Cash 25 00 l'irst year 50c per acre Second year, $1 00 per acie . 50 00 Third year. ?2,oo per ncre . . 100.00 year, $2 50 per ncre. 12500 Fifth year, $3 00 per acie . . 150.00 Sixth year, $3 00 per. acre . . 200 00 ... 5o ; Rev. G. I. Bean, known as ! 'Uncle Gabe" by thousands of people in the Green river section, was heie yesterday on his way to conference. He has been preaching for fifty four years, ami has married more people and preached moie lunerals than nil the other preachers now living in Ohio county, leaving out oue or two ol the oldest. Mr. Bean is as active as n boy nnd to day has more life and gets mote real enjoyment out of it than half the ministers ot half his age He has always held to local work, nnd has been nnd is n power to Methodism in Ohio county, where he has always lived, Inquirer. I'lnurrr l'rrnclii-r- . Total cost of 50 ncres . . . $ 700.00 This land prcductd the past season of 1896, 80 bushels of corn per acre, and 5 acres of Early Rose Potatoes prodcued 2,000 bushels, or 400 bush10 acies of Prior els to the acre. Tobacco made an nvrrnge ol 1.200 ponnds to the acre, which biought in the market $5 for leaf nud lugs; ( ncre ot late cabbage brought $50, sold nt Cairo. Vou can raise twice ns much on a good bottom fcnu ns in the hills, ami your land don't wash away or wear out. rd There has been no drouth in county this year and crops me splendid. They nre good every year. We have good farms tor Rile on long tirae.nt bargains in Daviess.Ohio nnd McLean counties cheaper than We will anyone else will sell yctt exchange nny htm wc hnve for others. B.il-la- i:iuiilirlmlloii l.riiKiiC A meeting for the purpose of organizing a County Committee for the Emancipation League will be held in Hnrtfoid, Ky., on Monday, October All colored 4, '97, at 10:33 n. in. male citizens interested iu perpetuating the nnnual celebintiou of the Emancipation pioclauiatiou are requested to nttend this meeting nud nssist iu perfecting the county organ-inlio- n. By older of the committee, this Septembe 30, 1897. G W. Drank, Ch'm'n. New Calicoes, new Percals, Ging-- ! hams andSulkolineutCarsou &Co's. About one hundred acres cfland, known as the poor-houfarm, to be sold at once by order ot Court. Part of it is timbered. This is part ol the tariu, se poor-house for Nil I J 15 15 53 ncres, 4 miles from llnrlf ml on P Morton, P. Njial, W. Fgiid, V Coin's Owensboro road, ncre. or sale ut $10 per visiting the family of Mr. L. F' Indies Corsets 25c. nt Carson & W(crner. row will be big (lays. Co's. Mlssen Willie nnd Lockle Neal, Best 3 year old mule Jno. P. FosNew hats nnd caps at Carson & South Carrollton, are visiting Miss ter. Co's. Laurn Morton. Best pair mules Jno. P. Foster. Pate llros. Groceries For the best ntteution am' n good Market Saddle stallion 4 years old and ovstreet. square feed for your horse, patronize er Smith Bros. Saddle stallion under 4 Smith Mr Louis Gunther has been on the Field's Livery Slable. sick list this week. Hon, II, C. Baker will speak in Bros. Saddle mare 4 years old and over Bananas, Grapes and Pears nt Pate Hartford on October 6, in the interest Jno R. Phipps. of National Democracy. Bros delicious Saddle mare under 4 W S.NichWe want your trade, and will treat ols, Mrs. Mnrgarct J. Hurt has been you right. Give us a call. The running nnd trotting yesterday granted widow's pension. Carson Bros were interesting nnd was highly en Miss Mabel Barnett lias returned We arc in receipt of a complimentertaining to the crowd. from a visit to Sugar Hill. tary ticket tothc Daviess County Fair Mr. Win. Ashby, ot Center town, to be held at Owensboro October 6 to com: a coi,i in om: day Take Laxative Bromo Quinine has been granted n pension. All persons knowing themselves to All Druggists refund the monMiss Pearl Joplin, lilizibethtown, be indebted to me by note or account ey if it fails to Cure. 25c. 6 6 mo. is visiting Miss Edna Griffin. will please call nnd settle same, and oblige, The County Cnnipnlgn, 1'or fresh Groceries of all kinds nt greatly 8 tf D. M. Hocki;r, C. O. C C, Editor Republican. I have been K1GH r prices, call at Pate Bros. somewhat anxious to know and on Mr. and Mrs D, M. Hockcr returnAsk to sec our new tall goods. ed Wednesday from Louisville, while what grounds the Democratic candiCarson & Co. there Mr. Hocker entered into a con- dates could defend the position they Mr, I, Lewis, Louisville, is visitoccupy in this canvass of the county. tract to travel for the Fall City Manuing the lamily of Mr. Jas.A. Thomas. facturing Co., to btgin the first of the I say Democratic candidates from the fact that these candidates are all placMr. and Mrs. Henry Aull, Bowling year. . ed under the Rooster the DemocratGieeu, will be iu Hartford this week. Wc will receive scaled bids for the ic device. Uncle Thos. Kucker, of Hartford, erection of the Almshouse on the I attended the joint discussiou at has been granted an increase in his county farm uutil 12m., October 11, Beda on last Friday nnd was surpension. For plans and specifications prised to hear Mr. Miller, who heads 1897. the Democratic ticket, deny having Mrs. Mary Hoke, Louisville, has call on the building committee. C L. Woodward, ) made the statement that the Demos been the guest of Mrs Mattie Barrett Com. W. H. Mauzy, cratic party had become so corrupt this week. I E. W. Ford. that he would not attempt to defend Mrs. Robt. Craig, Ensor, and Mrs. Mr. J. M. Mclntyr, of Ceralvo, has it, and that he said that he had his Dr. J. Hale, Owensboro, nre visiting opened up a restaurant in foot on the necks of the Democrats Mrs. T. L Griffin. the Jno. Bean stand wherehe will fur- and proposed to hold it there until afDr. J. H. White, Charleston, Mo., nish meals nt all hours day or night. ter the election. Having been a life arrived this week to be the guest of Hartford has long needed a restaurant long Democrat I hae been somewhat and no doubt Mr. Mclntyre will meet humiliated on account ot the bargain Cnpt. S. K. Cox and lamily. with great success. When in Hart- between Likens, Felix, Miller, k Misses Carrie Cox, Stanley, and ford nnd you want a good meal on & Co ns to how I should vote, Mary Leach, Louisville, will visit short notice, give him a call. but Mr. Miller's denial of having Mrj. M. L. Heavrin this week. In another column will be found an made these statements has, I think, Mrs IS. D. Gufiy and daughter, W. M. Warden placed on the cap sheaf. His denial Mercedes, aud Miss Annie Tobee, nre interview with Dr. by a Democrat in regard to the fusion in the face ot affidavits of six or eight visiting the family ot Mr. E.B. Allen. ticket. Dr. Warden is oue of the of the best citizens of Bartletts pre The Floating Studio is at Hartford. foremost men of Ohio county, and cinct should be enough to disgust evCall and see the Platinam word made when such men as he leaves that par- ery Democrat who has any respect there, ns well as other Brands. ty it is an indication that Republica'u for decency. I am sorry that Mr. Miller has not He is a graduMr. and Mrs. E W. Taylor aud principles are right. ated physician and stands high in his imbibed a little more of the teachings Misses Morgan andRcynoldsnndMts. of the Great Apostle, Paul, wherein Rowe, Greenville, nre attending the profession. he said on one occasion that the noi'air. Mr. W. H. Willimrs, Sr., died at bles act of a man's life was to acThe iulant sou of Rev. and Mrs J. the home of his son, Mr. G. B. Will- knowledge his faults. P. Hicks died last Friday of summer iams, last Tuesday evening, aged 82 I learned at Beda that the Democomplaint and was buried nt Oak wood year. He was born in Maine and had cratic candidates, headed by Mr. long been a resident of this place, Cemetery Saturday. Likens, were very anxious to get rid where he was universally liked by of Mr. Rowe. Great scotts! gentleThere are two little boys at the nil who knew him. He had been in county poor house who can be adopt- feeble health ior some time. Funeral men, lay down under thesame blank et with J P. Miller and turn up your ed by reliable patties. Apply to services took place from the Methonoses at Jate Rowe. Swallow a cam. poor-houcommissioners, dist Church, after which the remains mel and gag at a gnat. Kick Mr, were laid to rest iu Oak wood CemeMrs. C A Hudson died nt her home Rowe oil your ticket because he has near But jrd last Monday and was bur- tery. been so unfortunate as to get drunk. Yellow Jiick Killed, ied nt Mt. Carmcl. She leaves a husWith all of Jake's faults he is manly Cascartta. Candy cathartic kills enough to acknowledge band and two children to mourn her them nnd Yellow Jack wherever they find bjru. would spurn loss. the thought of a denial: No one who takes Cascarets regularly kick Mr. Rowe off your ticket, he Mr. Joe Foster has sold his farm nnd systematically is in danger from who has fought for the principles of lying just east of town to Mr. Wyatt the dreadful disease. Cascarets kills for the sum of $1,800 in cash. Mr. Yellow fever germs in the bowels and Democracy for twenty long years, fill Foster will make his future home n prevent new ones from breeding, (oc. up your ticket from the ranks rf the Populist party aud these "rotton old Union couuty. t 25c 50c. all druggists. Democrats" will wrench Mr. Miller's Rev. Logan Martin will begin the foot ofl of their necks long enough to College XoCCH. publication of a religious paper in Our school Is progressing nicely; stamp their billot under the Log Oweuesboro about the first of Novemone month hnving just ended. Cubin and putn quietus on this thing ber. It will be devo ed to the interest Mr. Lytle made n splendid talk of would-b- e leaders saying how nud of the Christian church. Monday morning. It was enjoyed by for whom the people shall vote Everyone desires to keep informed all. Frkis Silver Democrat. Among the visitors present Monday on Yukon, the Klondykc nnd Alaskan To Gieenville Fair. tickets will be on gold fields. Send 10c. for large Com- were Misses Lucy King and Nan pendium of vast information aud big Tanner, nnd Messrs. A. J. Bell and sale Oct. 12, 13, 14, 5 nnd 16 at 75c for the round trip, good till Oct. 17 Willie Moore. color map to Hamilton Pub Co , InMiss Maggie Davidson, from the to return, Ind, dianapolis, country, nnd Messrs. C. and E. Miss Sarah Collins has bought for Photographer A. D, Taylor has reSchroetcr, of Hartford, were new maCarson & Co. the prettiest Hue of turned trow Dawson and will be triculants Monday. Millinery Goods ever shown in their Miss Maggie Marks was absent found iu his gallery here in person goods nre now on exstore. These from school a few days on account of every Monday and nt Beaver Dam hibition and it will pay you to see the balance of the week. going to Owensboro, them belore purchasing elsewhere. v Among the visitors present WedBuckner will speak in nesday morning were Miss Etta Rev.W.M. Hartford on Wednesday, October 6, Thomas nnd Mr. Lewis. . OF WE8T VIRQINIA. Mouey nnd in the interest of Souud 'Only ner7ous"is a sure indication Writes of tho Benefit! Received From Or. Gov. Buckuer National Democracy. Mlttt' nttoratie Nervine. is well known to our people nnd will that the blood is not pure. Hood's Sarsaparllla purifies the blood and no doubt be given n large crowd cures nervousness. of politics. To-daTab-lects. fiist-class Hoi-broose io-4Ex-Go- attendance. There is more stock on hand than usual ttud the Fait promises to be a y great success nnd to mor- Come in and choose from right styles and nice practical selections of good serviceable goods. You can't help being pleased with our line of Fall and Remember every dollar Winter goods. spent with us for these goods will bring you all the value of 500 cents can buy. We show a superior stock which includes only goods of approved worth and superiority. Our low prices prove that we give the bargains of the season. . NGTION DEPARTMENT. : 35c 4c Good corset for . Better corset for 50c . . 5c R & G corsets 85c Dress ginghams 5c Children hoes double knee . . . 10c Apron ginghams . . . " heavy fleaced lined 15c, 2 25c 5c Yard wide percale 10c Ladies nice.quality hoes 25c Good percale ' cotton hoes from . . , 501025c 8c Best satine I oc to 25c ice " belts from Plaid cottons 4c Men work shirts 25c Best bedtlcking,(hold feathers) . 15c Men extra good shirts 40c, Good bed ticking Men white shirts 35c Red table linen 15c Men canton flannel drawers . . . 25c Bleach table linen 25c Men extra heavy flannel drawers 40c Good cotton jeans 10c Men percale shirts 35c All wool jeans 25c Ladies good kid gloves . . . . $1 00 Colored carpet chain 17c Men work gloves 25c White carpet chain " better 15c 30c to $1 Good white flannel 20c Men under shirts 25c Best white flannel 30c Men extra heavy under shirts . . 50c Red twilled flannel 15c Ladies underwear from . . 25c to 50c Heavy gray twilled flannel . . . 25c Plaid flannel DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT. 25c Good outintr cloth 27in fancy plaid for children . . .5c Better outing cloth 10c 3610 henrietta, nil shades . 20c All wool casimere 35c 4oin novelty suiting . . . 40c to 50c 36in plaid for children dresses . . 10c 42in all wool henrietta 50c 27ln plaids for dresses 65c 5c 48in henrietta all wool Men duck coats We' have a lull line of silks, vel$1 00 Men extra heavy overalls . 75c vets, braids, jets, &c , for trimmings Good pair red blankets 50c Better for BOOTS AND SHOES. 75c All wool wool extra lnnge$2 50 to$3 50 Men doubled pegged oil grain shoes . . $t 25 Men heavy high top shoes 1 25 CLOTHING DEPARTMENT. Men fine shoes 1 00 Children suits 6 to 13 yrs. 65c DRY GOODS. Good calicoes . . . ( Yard wide bleached cotton . Good hevy domestic ... ..5c .... 7c 8c ... ... Children better suits Youths suits " al! wool suits Men black worsted suits " extra satine lined, Men all wool pants Men jeans pants Men good overcoats ... Men boots . . 75c to $3 to $8 Boys boots lrom . . , . $5 Children button grain shoes . . . 50c to . . . $10 00 Ladies heavy lace shoes rivited $1 50 trout '90c $2 50 Ladies heavy button rivided Men extr Igood overcoats . . . $5 00 front Men fine overcoats $7 00 All we nsk is a look in this depart- Ladies heavy button oil grain shoes . . . . ment nnd we are sure to please you in prices and quality. Ladies fine shoes from . 90c to 90c " bettcrgrade .... ... $i to $3 ... 25 25 $ 1 25 1 1 ' $1 25 90c 90c, ' $1 25 $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 goods at prices to suit the times. lion-e- at -- Yours Truly, We want your Eggs and Feathers. J. E. FOGLE & CO. TO THE LADIES. -- -" -- a Ladies Trimmings, Wraps and Jackets and Millinery Stock is full and complete, and have been selected with care and by our lady clerk and Milliner, who has served an extended apprenticeship in this busSlaughter, iness. There can be no mistake. "Come at once." Full notice next week. . Our Dress Department - -- seii.i.iMii HOCKER & CO. LARGEST NORMAL SCHOOL IN THE SOUTH EJtGUSKTfACtttRS'jettMnriCWtDCWSSICCOURitS. (ITAQUINtD IN For plat nnd further particulars apply L, Freeman Little, over Bank Commerce, or Huh A. Willi mis, 2 14 yi Third Street, Ovunbon, Ky The Christ! rj IJmWor of Owens boro nte vtr bus) pierMri.ur for the eighth annual State Convention, which convenccs in that rity October .29 31. Airangemonts ate being made by which a one fir" 'bio will be giant-e- d over nl the roids iu inmg o in-t- Keep Up Your Scott's Emulsion in Owensboro, ami si! wnns wish- ing to visit this jiiwt convention may avail themselves of tl e cheap rates. All friends of Chii tia" Endeavor will be assured n warm wt eutuc and free entertainment O vensboro hopes to make this the nraniltst convention ever held In the old Commonwealth nnd her doors are wi le open to nil C. A unu-K Workers program has broi prepared wdwill be pfHcially announced In n few days. Mr P, T. llilhorn. the noted choir leader from Chlcago.will hive ch.vge of music nnd we expect a hr,jaud well drilled choir. Be:ln imw to plan f r this trip nnd let everyone who can come to Mh rtard tpinlnal meeting. A limn wi In me i sjcUrrlcJ to all, Hi Hit nume l'rrmiirrllr'ii rlciirm. The Floating Studio has been Better times on the farms means a greatly improved nud is now landed larger output and higher prices or nt our wharf. Mr. vSchroeter is well the factory. There are $50,000,000,-00- 0 known to our people and his work invested in factories aud the avhas attracted much attention, He is erage increase in value is 10 per cent, Summer-tim- e now elegantly fitted up lor business. Belter times for the factory means' greater activity and more profits fcr !Vtv I'rpailir. tVhat are your resources The Conference for theM E Church, the urban jnercluut. There are $too,-00- 0 for the summer? Have you South, closed nt Henderson this week ooo.oao invested in retail mercanan abundance of health stowed after malting the following appoint- tile establishments, which are now worth 20 per cent mote than they away for the long, hot, deplet- ments: V. Elgin, Presiding Elder. were eight weeks ago. ing days, or does summer find tl. MILKS' RcstoratWe Norelne Is Owensboro, Settle Chapel G. W. particularly adapted to tlo restoraNaturally the increased prosperity low in vitality, run down, Brlggs Main Street C F Williams. you down by hard means nn advance in the value of city mental tion of lioalthbrokcu work. Iter. W. M. Blauglitor of New losing flesh, and weak? Scott's Owensboro Ciicult -- B. F. Orr. on $ 150- ,- Ilavcu, W. Va., writes! "I suffered with real estate say 15 per cent Yelvington- -J. P. Ktubblefield. nervousness, dlzzluou, dull and Oil will Emulsion of Cod-live000,000,000. r ner-vo- ui tO? ft iawAyt3oraoAnoAoTuniott, give you the proper reserve force, because it builds up the system on a solid foundation. A tonic may stimulate; Scott's Emulsion not only "boosts," it sustains. It li a least a tmall bottle of Scott'i Emulsion In (tie house. Unopened, It will keep indefin- win precaution alwayi to have at itely. Tightly corked, after tutor, kept In cool place, It will remain iweet for weJu. Foe lilt by all druggist at 50 Cent and $1.00 representing, all the saloons, then tela, sanitariums, patent tuedl-ciu- es nnd other industries which will participate in the boom, and we have n net total of $70,000,000,000, or f for every man, woman and child In the United States, Fordsvllle Grant Reynolds. Thus every mnu having n wife aud R. Y. Thomas. five children is $7,000 better off than South Carrollton he was July 1. Or if one of the chilR. Y Alexander Livermore dren were born only Aug 1. thereby Rosine P. F. Roland. participating! iu butlhall of the adPlejsint Ridge M M Hunter. vance, he is worth $6 500 more thar Bro Chandler, win has been here he was two months ago (Chicago New for two years.goes to Sharon Grove 00 Rome J. 'T. McCormack, Calhoon W. F. Cashman. Beech Grove E V. Dowell. Hartford Silas Newton. U. G. Foote, Hawesville Cloverport T. V. Joiner. Gfralvo J. H. Richardson, Lewisport I. C Brandon. Add, say 15 per cent on $roo,ooo,-000,00- 0, headactioa aud slceplc&jnoas. My heart caino to troubllus mc, I was uliort of breath eiertlon, and Buffered much from tbo pain iu my loft aldo. Medlcluu and mo uo relief. I procured Dr. Mllos' Roitoratlvo 1 Nervine, Now Heart k-- Restores Curo and Ncrvo and 'Health Liver I'lIU, and I am uro no words of com mendation ai to tho rciulu can bo too strong. I ilcop well, the dlulness and confuted feel-I- dj havo (lUappoarvd, my heart troubles me no nioro and I feel pnrfoctly well," Pr Miles' Ileniedlca aro void by all drug- 1,1 t under a positive euaruntoe, first bottla Hook on flts or money refunded. r rt ai'd N::rvuont frco to all applicants. uli, MILES MKWCALCO., Elkhart, Ind. K MIIm"3 Nervine 3 yvl The llltltu Dos ItnrltN ititt I.niiilrm. A newspaper which constantly abuses its local contemporaries, says the Eaton Rapids Herald, is a weakling without influence, The fact that It constantly assails a rival is proof of jealousy, which is generally caused by the success ol the assailed. If any one seeks the standing of a newspap he has only to see if it is iu the category of assailed. If in the former It has few rcuders nnd seeks by barking at its successful rival to Duilding-Loa- u Assoget Itself Into notice. The news'pap- ciation, No. 320 l'ilth street, Louis: ville, Ky , on the 15th, day ol Octo- er the paper that people like to read hns very little space to devote to ber, 1897, and nil persons are hereby It uses called on to show cause, if any they the abuse of rival concerns. be able to show, why said claim shall its columns for news; nil there is that not be accepted bv W. R Logan, is worth printing. ASMKiiee ot tne Kentncicy citizens Building Loan AssoWitlou John 8 Hkow.v nn' W 8 r rown, A Itiirs t&&UA lk 3 Sept 30 '07 Nuilcr. Notice is hereby given that certifi cate No, 607 in the Kentucky Citizens Building-Loa- n Association heretofore Issued by the President and Secretary of said association to 8 C. Taylor, now deceased, has been lost or mis laid, and that theur.de signed Admins Utrators of said Taj lor, deceased, will make proof ot said claim for the value of said certificate at the office of W. R. Logan, Assignee of the Ken tucky-CltUcns er con-sta- ut OASTOZIXA. rOuAri Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, OCTOUUU. I, 1897. Itrninrrnl IIhIII.t ilin 1'nrlir l.titr. The significance ol the t pontrmcous nuil enthusiastic indorsement by the landing Democrats rt New Or cms 0 the position wliichSpnntor McKnciy courageously resumed on the Tariff question should not be lost on our revenue or Low Tariff friends The reception tendered the Senator nt New Orleans resolved iltell into a Dlugley law ratification meittng, while it served to cmphaslz tlie fact that belief have ceased to be a test of Democracy, Senator McKncry is the only Democratic member ol the tipper chamber who voted lor the Dingley law, but he improved his opportunity yesters day to' convict some of his fellow Democrats of an inconsistency and timidity nlmost childish in its nature. The Democratic Senator from California, he said, had voted lor high duties on borax, wine, fruits, nuts nnd other California products, jet on the final division ho voted against the Tnrifl bill. The Democratic Senator from Kentucky has earnestly worked lor Protection for wood alcohol, the Senators from Florida had similarly endeavored to secure Protection for purely local interests, and even the Senators from Georgia and South Carolina had unhesitatingly voted for high duties on rice, lumber and every other industry in which those States ucre'intercsttd toany material extent. It this was not practical acceptance of the Protective principle, logically asked Senator McEnery, what was it? Yet, after obtaining amendments to the Dingley bill faborable to their respective communities, these Senators stultified themselves by votiug finally to reject the measure as a nholel Can any more flagrant inconsistency be imagined? It any Southern State has failed to procure the benefits to which it is en. titled the selfish and erratic attitude of its representatives in Congress is responsible for the injustice. ' 'Louisiana is well taken care of," assured Senator McEnery, and his Democrats ic audience cheered him, because it knew that he had taken the only right and equitable course in brincing about the satisfactory result. What he had claimed tor his own section he had lreely granted to other sections. Important, indeed, were the Senator's positive statements in regard to the sugar schedule. He emphatically denied that the trust had dictated it or secured all it wanted. On the contrary, the schedule was framed with a view to the success ol the cane and beet sugar industries the factors that will ultimately destroy the power of the trust. The reckless antagonist of the trust would have incidentally destroy the independent sugar producs crs of the South, while the law as it stands affords them sufficient encouragement to hold out the hope that they will eventually control and supply the whole home market, The South is undergoing and ins dust rial revolution, concluded Senator HcEncry. When it was exclusively agricultural it selfishly decried Protection, but to day its manufacturing and mining interests need proper Protection. The "old school" adherers to explode doctrines, but Senator McEnery is right in expressing his absolute confidence that the younger statesman will lrankly and consistently accept the Protective principle. Chicago Post. WANTED-TRUSTWORTHYA- army in Italy nnd interest centered in his movements. There Is not n local news item in the paper, but the advertising contains very much of a news value, in the nature ot legal notices appoint nients of commissioners, offers to sell slaves nnd other property, estray no tices, rewards for runaway slaves, partnership and dissolution notices, lodge calls, etc. The advertisements contains many names finillliar to the present generation in Kentucky.such as Dreckintidge, Patterson, Worth-ingtoDuke, Guthrie, Searcy, Wool-forBrent and others. Through the kindness of Miss Virginia Hannn, n popular school teacher, The Leader has been permitted to examine and note the contents of this Lexington antiquated newspaper. Leader. k, Aro features peculiar to Hood's rillj. Small In Bite, tasteless, efficient, thorough. As ono man E asy to Take asy to Operate THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE. Gonoral Directory. STATIC I.W'E Troubles and Consumption can be cuied. An ISiiilncnt-Nct- Ol'PlCtAt.S. Governor William O. Htnilley. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-tiisrl'- AN OPEN . said " You iicrcr know yon have, taken a rill till It Is nil over." Mc. C. I. Hood & Co., W 1 1 Proprietors, Lowell, Masj. The. only pills to tako nltli Hood's Sarsaparllla. Hood's EXnHl I'.xcumioiin, 1 CASTORIA Tor Infants and Children. Kcntncky Trotting Horse Breeders' Asso:lation, Lexington, Ky., on sale Oct. 4 to 16, 1897, good till Oct. 18th to return, $5 55. Meeting Grand Lodge K ol P , Franklort, Ky., 0:t. 16 to 22, tickets till Oct, on sale Oct. iS and 19, goo It. Meruick, 23 to icturu, $4 8a. Act, Beaver Dam. gentlemen or ladies to established Uavel for responsible, house in Kentucky. Mouthly $65 00 nnd expenses. Position steady. Re Enclosed ierence. Motuped envelope. The Dominion 6 8t Company, Dept. W. Chicago. Ulm Outlook In eikliitioniii. A correspondent ot the American Economist writes from El Reno, Oklahoma, as follows: Editor American Economist; Business in Oklahoma Territory has Increased to mote than double what it was one year ago, In nil branches here the outlook is very encouraging. Even the Democrats begin to say that n Protection and a Republican admins istration is what we need Hut they die hard, Ol course we have a great wheat crop, and crops of all kinds arc fine The cotton crop is immense. Oklahoma is redeemed. From now among the 011 we shall hi; counted gre.i grain producing States and It is not till due to our great rto; s, but confidence ia :ei.tore1 tin der Protection. God grant that the good work may go forward Ter-jitori- We 'are afraid ol the man or the woman who never smiles ot l.iughs. Notthat nun miy not smile nnd be n yllll in still, but the one who goes through this world, nnd f lils to see enough to bring the tmlij to his face or the ripple of tan,; liter t j his heart, is. 1 villian. Even thou ill the bent inny hp sad. vet there is no reason tint the world shodll know its We need smiles, not thoughts. frowns, we ned laughter, not cursEx. ing Mr. William Cochran, of White's fUfiu-.ii- , Ky., has in his possession n copy of "Sti wait's Kentucky Hers aid," Vilnius 3, No 116 pmllshcdin Lexington by Jmiif-- Sttfajirt, and dated Miy 2. 1797, a few monthi more than a century ogi. The paper is yello.v wtth'n,'. hut lbs ink retains lt color and the print is cUnr The pipr ooiiMs.ts of nnd diMnct four p'ves 01 fi'iir columns ech, of wlili h l' 'j I'dlifims 'f ii'i--n mi to s IHrulil. ' nriviti All tin- dm-- laiib yau .uijiii nt the "' ''l itt p rt i'' ii ' ' " '""' ' . i N 11 f ivn.u htud it" ', iir of tin- forn gereious 11 rent tiial size Tl fie- Ices l'.l.tN I'rrnlil llnlir iTiry contains no en ww. - o-nrn wiir. cain, mercury noi mv other irju drug. A Queer IIIMorj- - nt n IlilHUl Clmrrli lious It is qulckl) Long Run Baptist church was ois Absorbed Glvei ganized in 1797, and is located on the Relief nt once. I eastern border of Jefferson county, opens and cleans COLD 'N HEAD eighteen miles cast of the city of eithe Louisville. The church building was mitionNasal Passages. All.i s In Ham Heals and Protects the built in 1832 near the spot where Membrane. Restores the Senses of President Lincoln's grandtather was Taste ard Smell. Full Size 50c J killed by the Indians. In 1804 there Trial Size 10c at Druggists or by was a log tolling in the neighborhood mail. ELY BROS , 56 Warren St., N. Y. of the church. A dispute arose out of the following question: "Suppose a llueklen'n triiica Milie. man had five children, the Indiars The Best Salve in the world lor come along inid killed four, the father Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt has the fifth child in the bushes near Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Corns, and nil by, the Indians ask him has he anSkin Eruptions, and positively cures VIA THR Cromwell. other child, would he be justified in Piles, or no pay required. It is Court convenes first Monday in saying no?" The question became guaranteed to give perfectsatisfaction . ,. March and August and continues three or money refunded. Ptice 25 cents very warm, and several ol the menis TO THE weeks, ami third Monday in Muy ami bersofthe Long Run church, who per box. For sale by Williams & November two weeks. Bell. 1 yr. 13. were present, took part in it. They COUNTY COUIIT. John P. Morton, Judgo Hartford. afterwards brought it up in church ONE OF TWO VAYS. D. M. Hockcr, Clerk Hartlonl. meeting. It caused much hard feelE. P. Ncal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. ing and finally a split in the church. And International Exposition Court convenes first Monday in The bladder was cheated for one The lying party, as the other side each month. called it, withdrew and founded Flat purpose, namely, a receptacle for the COUUT. QUAItrCICLY urine, and as such Hock church, about five miles from any form of disease it is not liable to Begins on the third Monday in except by one of For the above occasion tickets will Long Run in 1805. two ways. The first way is from inis be sold by the Illinois Central Xail-o- ad January, April, July and October. COUKT OP CLAIMS. perfect action of the kidneys. The at varying times, rates and Convenes first Monday iu January, The editor records the birth of the second way is from careless local limits, including a ticket on sale treatment of other diseases. daily, good to return until November and Tuesday after the second Monday child, and if he falls to state that the CIIIEl' CAUSE. 7, and includinn tickets having limit in October. youngster is the most promising feU Unhealthy urine from unhealthy of twenty das, fifteen days and seven OTHER COUSTY OFFICERS. low that has made its advent into the kidneys is the chief cause of bladder days; also tickets on Tuesday and G. S. Fitzltugh, Surveyor Sulphur world during the present decade, be troubles. So the womb, like the Thursdays of each week with limit of Springs. was created for For full N. C. Daniel, Accessor Cromwell. is denounced as a heartless wretch bladder,uot doctored too one purpose, fifteen clays. the above particulars as and if applies Irotu much is not to which of The editor iu a few years lets the liable to weakness or disease, except. your nearest Railroad Station in con- . Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. Hartford. word know that the same child has in rare cases, it is situated back ol nection with the Illinois Central RailL. W. Huut, Coroner Sulphur and very close to the hladder, theie-for- e road, call on or address your nearest grown to the estate of manhood or Springs. any pain, disease or inconven- railroad Ticket Agent. womanhood and has embarked on the C. R. Campbell, Poorhouse ience manifested iu the kidneys, back matrimonial sea. Then it is that he bladder or urinary passage is olten, W.r. Murray, Div. Pass. Agent, Keeper, Hartford. must strain this imagination to the by mistake, attributed to female New Orleans. COUETfl. JUSTICES highest point in order to utter praises weakness of womb trouble of some Jno. A. Scott, Div. Pass. Agent, A. S. Aui.i. March ii, June 1, September 1, December 1. of the newly wedded one At last sort. The error is easily made and Memphis, may be as easily avoided. To find JostB. Wii,so.v Match C, June 5, comes the grim reaper, death, and out correctly, A. H Hanson, o v. a., Chicago, set your urine aside for lays claim to the once child, then man twenty lour hour: a sediment or set- W A. KEU.OND, A G p.a , Louisville. September 4. December 1. 11! , March C. L. Woodward or woman, but now lump of clay. tling indicates kidney or bladder June 11, September 10, December 10 For Nnlp Now is the time for tall lying and it trouble. The mild and the extraorJ ah. A. Bowi.ki March 20 June A desirable farm of one hundred Swamp-Rooeffect generally comes. Verily the editor dinaryand theol Dr. Kilmer's nnd blad- t, acres, situated near Hartford, well 19, September 18, December 18. great kidney, B. F. Graves March 1!j, June is a liar ot huge proportions. He lies der remedy is soon realized. II you watered, a good oicbed, two hundred about the child when it Is born, he need a medicine you should have the bearing trees, good buildings, aud iu 20, September 23, December, 24. For further par lies when the same one appears at best. At druggists fifty cents and good couiinnuity. the alter, and winds up his lying one dollar. You may have a sample ticulars call nt this office at once, tf bottle and pamphlet, both sent Iree by when the last sad rites are performed mail. Mention the IlARTroitD at the grave. The Lord ha ;e mercy and seud 3 our address to on us poor weak editors. It is be- Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N Zl cause we want to speak well of the Y. The proprietors ot this paper 1 guarantee the genuineness of this of- human family that we do so much of fer. this prevaricating. The Lord will m no doubt take into consideration our CU motive and thus make the punish- ItiMinrc nl Olmiiiriits lor f'nlnrrli Hint Mercury, comnlii ment as light as possible. Hustler. as mercury will fcurely destroy the sense of smell nnd completely deNoniclliliiK lo Know a safe, suro, pleasant and thoroughly range the whole system when enterm For liable euro forChllla you must uso the reIt may be worth something to know ing it through the mucous surfaces. that the very best medicine for restorOld and Popular Such artices should never be used exing the tired out nervous system to a cept on perscriptinns from reputable healthy vigor is Electric Bitters. physicians, n3 the damage they will This medicine is purely vegetable, do ten fold to the good you can posacts by giving tone to the nerves cen- sibly derive from them. Hall's tres in the stomach, gently stimulates Cure, manufactured by F, f, the Liver and Kidneys, and aids these Cheney & co., Toledo, O , contains organs in throwing of impurities iu no mercury, and is taken internally, the blood. Electric Bitters improves acting directly upon the blood 3 It is a PHYSICIAN'S PRRSCRIPTION.and absolute- gp and the appetite aids bigestion, nnd is mucous surface of riy ly hiumless. We'vill pay $1 000 lor the detection of uH the system In pronounced by those who have tried bujing W nrsenic or any other poison in our now famous rem- Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure it as the very best blood purifier and you get the genuine. It is taken innerve tonic. Try it. Sold for 50c or ternally, and made in Toledo, Ohio $1.00 per buttle nt J. II. Williams by lf. J Cheney ft Co. Testimonials K: Drug Store. Evansvillo, Ind. 5.3 free Sold by Druggist, price 75c. fe SI per ! ttle. :m 'I lie I'onilnc Siiiillli. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Thonpson in Leslie's Weekly: "The South to day is nn era ol industrial development and progress, nnd the ol jret of the Exposition is to attiact the attention of capital nnd imuiigiKtinti to the vast resources of Tennessee. A constantly increasing volumn ol im initiation lias within the pasteighs tfcn months becu pouring into Ten BOWELS nessee, Alabama nnd Georgia, from the North Central States mainly, nnd .Mfjbi HF WITH ... there is no reason to dmint that with in ten yeats n large proportion 01 the peop'e residing in these State will l; of Northern birth and pirentage Happily, patriotism is no longer Notth, South, East and Wet stand ngnia united. Prejudices no longer exist. Good leeling, fnir niiudediic-ss- , nnd an earnest desire to $&k learn the true c million of tliin j: h CURE CONSTIPATION ttmjr r f the Vvlti now dtainBtiithtd a ALL people Nctth or.d South. As igdor-.nic- e DRUGGISTS. 25c, 50c. is dissipated by a more frequent intercourse nnd by the distribution of HE literature descriptive of the MOST MERITORIOUS MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF mid social conditions of the South, its climatic superiority, v.uicd capabiliarc your liuvveuj ixreguiaxr too mucnr 1 00 uiuc r 1 ncn lei rcyuwit ties, and striking advantages, the them. Cascarets will educate your boweb and make them act Just right. JHQv good immigrants is broid htrenm of eniug and deepening, nnd the counCascarets make weak bowels strong, and keep them strong all the try will fo'in njoice iu nil incieased year round. Cascarets kill disease germs throughout the system population and a durible pro3perity. "Nathvllle, Athens of tlis'South and prevent all summer complaints. Don't wait till you nnd ceutennhl city of 187, has a get sick, but let CASCARETS protect you! population of one htui Irl Uiousuid psople His an Ileal up it sil'i ittd iu the hiin t of the blue gritss region. WAII DrvnliU, or by mall for pile, lot, jc. (oc. A rrgioti dehcivrdy celehr-tebox. Eiiipl mi booklet rr. ADdrui ft CTCRLINO KCMCOV COMPANY, 'nl liospi'nble homes nnd beaiitts CkluraMMbMl.Cu.lHfw Vwk. Not em m 1S97, hut ful women alw js. do NishviH"'ii pates Ktni'il wi e 1'pen with a tie illy title nic and coidinl icceptlou," Druegiat Ask your CATARRH j g.l.?l Wi Vi .ScprolnryofStiite Chnrlos Flnloy. Attorney General W. 8. Taylor. Auditor Siiiniir' It. Stone. Treasurer Geo. W. Long. Commifaioncr ol Aurictilmn. Hnr Tin- distinguished New York Chem BiatlsticB Liirui nnd 1, I'. A, Slnciim. demnnstrntlnir his lictiltnto d' e .vtiy id n reliable nnd absolute Moore. HitpVintemlent Public 4ii8tructim-Gr- o inr- l.ir Consumption (Pulmonary Tu'iirculosis)ind nil bronchial. throat, M. DiivUoii. lung nnd chest diseases, stubborn HoL'ister Laud Oilice vIiih. O, c- ughs, catarrhal gcner.il nfftctions, ItYviiold. decline nnd weakpess, loss of h. Insurances Bureau -- Commlsdoiiernnd conditions ol wasting nway, will D W. Comiiigore'. send THREE FREE BOTTLES ( ll Atiji.tnnt Genera- l- D H Cullicr. different) of his New Dlfcovety to any Slate Librarian Mrs. Mary llrown f filleted reader of TiiR Rkpuiiucan D..y. writing for them. His "New Scientific Treatment" It MI.KOAII OOMtllSHt'iNIItH. has cured thousands permanently by .Inn C. Wood, chairman; .1. F. its timely use, and he considers it a Dempsey, 8. Irwin. Secretary simple professional duty tosulleiing Samuel 'F. II. lirnwn. humanity to donate a tiial cl hla inCOSOHKS'lONAT.. fallible cure. won-del- s, Science dnily di vrlnps Senators Hun. William 0. Iiiuls nnd thisi'ie t rhemist, uiMmiU say, Hon. W. J. Deboe. ly experimenting lor ywtis 1ms pr Representative Fourth District duced results as beneficial to htiuiaiii Hon. D. II. Smith. tyns can be claimed 'jv any state !.i:aisi,Aruiti:. genius His assertion thnt lungttouli Senator Hon. A, D. Jnmos. in les and cotiMiirption nte any climnte is pioven by ' lieatt'i-.-t Hoprrentutivo Ohio County Han. letters of gratitude ,"filcd inlusAmer C. M. Harnett. lean nnd European laboratories iu "ohio county; thousands trom thore citted in all ciwjuit count. parts ol the wi rid Medical axperts cojicer'e that bronHon. W. T. Owen, Judge 0veiib chial, chest atid tuii troubles lead to born. Consumption, which, uninterrupted, Hon. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney means speedy and cenrtain death. Owcusboro. M Simply wiitc to T A. Sloeuni T. II. lllack, Jailer -- Hartford. C, 98 Pine street, New York, giving G. IJ. Likens, Clerk Hartlonl. postoffice and 'express address, and U. P. Ilingo, Master Commissioner the free medicine will be piotuptly Hartford. sent. Sufferers should instant advanG. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund tage of his generous proposition. Hartford. Please tell the Doctor that you saw Cal. P. Kcown, SlionlT Hartford. his offer in the RiU'unucAN. Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. EXCURSION TICKETS Rishop, Ccntcrtownj S. T. Stcvcus, 11 1 m-tvur-di'- York Chemist and Scientist Makes T'ic Offer to our Ueadcts. WE AUr. ASSntTlNQ IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THI2 EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "CASTOIIIA," AND To MOTHERS. PITCHER, LETTER AS OUR TKADE MARK. " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," DR. SAMUEL of Huannis, was the originator of "PITCHER'S on cverU that has borne and docs now yt. " bear the facsimile sianaturo of ULz&WG&UM wrapper. This is the original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY at iho wrapper and seo that it is on w the hind you have always bought ) and has the signature of (&&fflcucZcM wrapper. No ono ha3 authority from me to use my namo except The Centaur Company of which Chas. II. Fletcher is CASTORIA," Massachusetts, iho same 'V: Marll 'S, 1S97. Q- d- &U-..- z. 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