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' ' sounding of the Mother shapes the course ui wiuorn generations goes apes and enters the confines of With what care, therefore, should the Expectant Mother be guarded, and how great the effort be to Ward nff rlnn.r,.,- - nnrl make her life joyous and happy. tluoiujli nil the The Hmteom) Eepublican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL i'H)FE,ituax .1 ; ;a j:d. PBII collections. jjf HI . AW lIAHTFOHIt, DISTRICT, Will practice hfaproumii n iu Ohio and adjoining counties, nud court oi Anneals. Special nttiiition given f MOTHER'S FRIEND allays nil VOL. X. HAllTFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOJ3EK 15, 1897. el No. 12. square. Olllco tn8t aide of puh'ft r revolver, the belt is full ofcartridges. now heard the distant rumble, but meant a diminution of the supply, or An Ncril In Diluliiuil. The United States are witnessing There's a pitchfork down in the her father and Hatry had not come. an increase of the ptlce. of things that HARTFORD, KY. woodshed, n double-barrshot gun Looking up she saw the glistening the manufacturing districts of Europe the dawn of a prosperous period; reup stilrs, fuller's hunting kulfa barrel of a revolver meeting her eyes, are compelled to purchase from us. things are likely to "hum" out there lieves the "Yes, wliat does a girl nmountto Perry Westerficld, Ilcirl.ielif. nnywny," cxclnlmcd Hnrry Button ns nnd heie's the broom. I shall enrry held in the hnnd of the grim bandit, But until recently it never entered the through the winter, and probably for 5,4 Cram D s. them do v.i t t'.e ofii:a. untHni, for who stood by her sidf jealously watchminds of European journalists, states- a year or two to come. It never rains he strode into the little telegraph e r and Nau u ;e as o; isiou requires ' ing her every movement. With au man, or manufacturing to apprehend but it pours, nnd Uncle Sam is enjoyBiiaver Dam, Ky. where his father sit nt his desk, you to W.TTT-X-V- U W sea, and so a Hire the door opened nnd Mr. Bur- olhei silent prayer to God for help, in the republic of the United States of ing comremarkable it.KBwlr.it ra. ilF just In the net of sending n message. fully prc- it. H. WEDDING ton put his hen inside nnd said iti n Mary gave the desired signal. America a strong competitors in the bination of favorable circumstances. narcs the "What dots n girl amount to when it sometvhit ImpUient voice: As the train drew up, and before it markets ot the world and a possible The tariff has been passed, removing system that Clilldbtrlh is made easy comes to real work," he tepeated ns "Did you forg- -t your crtinl, Hir-rt- f" hnd come to a standstill, the band of rival in those policies that are uuiver-sa- l the weight of uncertainty which has Hartfoku, Ky. and the time of recovery short- lis threw himself into nit old arm Will practice his profession in all checked all industry for so many nssailed daring robbers in their application. the ened many say "stronger after chair, elevated his feet to a level "No, lr, onl it takes the gab of coaches. But a shower of bullets than before confinement. And yet today It is admitted by months, and offering a big temporary the courts ol Ohio and adjoining It in- with his head und regarded his long sures safety to life of both moth- legs with a look of pride not uncomn lawyer to con dnce Mary that look- from the armed force of .constables, most, nnd feared by a few. of the subsidy to thedomestic manufacturer. counties. Also Notnry Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. er and child. All who have used ing to the office for n couple of hours which accompanied the train, soon statesman of Europe that Hawaii and The stimulus of the gold discoveries " Mather's Friend " say they will nev- mon in a boy t f sixteen, who feels doesn't require nny iron nerves" put them to flight. A hot pursuit ultimately Cuba will pass into the in Yukon will first be felt in the O. :M: BL.E3J!I-.rinrr- i er be without it again. No other an unshaken confidence In his own States, nnd the fillip promises to be a "I am not sure but it may.'" Was ensued nnd remedy robs confinement of its pain judgement, especially regarding the Mr. Burton's cjutlous reply. Then the whole resulted in the capture of dominion of this republic. Our just sharp one. To crown all, claims in Samoa are recognized, and the agriband capabilities of girls in general nnd "A. customer whoco wife nsoil 'Mother's Friend HARTFOBD, KY. Two hours later Mary's father, and the possibilities remote as they may cultural idea of America has once ayatliat If i,lia tail to pu through the urile.il his own sister in particular. "Now turning to Mary he said; "I can pain, and tlitro wcro hut fuur bottles to lie trust jcu, my little woman, to take Harry were found half a mile dovn be of the annexation of Canada by mote been reached in the shape of Will practice his profession in aU ffa obtained, andtbe cost wassiooou iwr bottle, ha there's Maty. I asked her to help courts Would Imolbcni.'' Ui.lVTO, l)jTtun,Oulo my place for a short while. Harry the river bank, bucked and gagged the voteof a majority are apprehends "dollar wheat," and the market is Carefulof Ohio and adjoining counties me get the hnnd car from under the attontion will be given to a Bradford, business entrusted to his care. fcnt by Mtlt.onrrerlptnr pries, 1100 rr.RIIOT-TL1- . shed, as I wanted to tun down to Bill's, and I are to take a trip down the river and tied securely to a large tree. Mr. ed- - This condition of relationship to still tending unward. Col Honk to "liXI'lMlTANr MOTIIKUS" with a gentleman who wants to buy a Burton's wrists were torn and bleed- the policies of the old world is an out- Eug., "Observer," August 23, 1897. lections a specialty. Office over Ohio mailed . upon application, containing val. nt the crossing, but just ns we open, liable lnfurnul.ou and voluntary testimonials, of County Bank. Also Notary Public. come of strict adherence to George Yrlloir Jnck l'rei dilutive. el the door a lazy old bull snake strip my woodland, and I nm anx- ing. THtnnAorirLDntQULATonco..ATi.riTlOA' ious to get rid of it at a reasonable "I would have wrenched my hands Washington's wis connsel against Guard against Yellow Jack by keep10 BY ll ORUOOIlTt. crawled under the car, and Mary price- - We will bj gone lor two hours, off TXHE.A.ai, , if help hadn't come," as "entangling alliances." We have, ing the system thoroughly clean and screamed and declared she wouldn't (Connty Attorney) Wanted-AnTdea- Esss put her toot inside ot the shed perhaps, nud no messages need be around the cczy supper table that as the grand old dames of Rome did, free from germ breeding matter. you tber may lour rrnltJOHN WKUDKlillUUN brlnr Patrntwealtb. unless I first went in and killed sent until I return when No. 27 is night ns they rehearsed in detail "stayed at home nnd spun our wool." Cascarets Candy Cathartic will cleanse Write CO Alio HARTFORD, KY. their terrible adventure. "I heard We have minded our own business the system and kill all contagious di"Vl.1wailoion. " l'.:tur ,h'lr ' ) Prlie otlar the snake. She'll scream if she due.', aaj llttif t;vonu3ilrt Inventions want!. Will practice his profession in Uie "You may be perfectly at ease, the firing after that strictly, until our business hns grown sease germs d, 10 .it smells a mouse in the house." Then Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn aw cAERGHANTS he added with a pjculinr ring of a father," replied Mary, resolutely would be trapper and his colleagues to be so vast that it overflows our fapecial attention given to col The "American Agriculturist" ties. throwing a quick glance at Harry. had made us secure and it seemed shores and invades, though in. a scorn in his voice: "I just despise lections. Office in Courthouse. says: take charge of the office until to me as though every shot passed friendly spirit, those of other coun& girls!" "I'll "The Western fdrmer's financial through my heart as I thought of tries. While in creasing our own JNO. B.WILSON, "Tut, tut, Harry. What's the you come." condition is wonderfully improved. Mary though seemingly very timmy defenseless girl alone with those business we have glzen employment -matter now? ' nsked his father ns he $id, possessed more real courage than terrible men. What do you think of and homes to millions of the poorer During the past three yenrs he pracnrofe from his chair. "Sime old HARTFORD, KY: tised such economy that with a slight story about girls th? I dare pay," he ever the teasing Harry suspected, but Mary now, my son? he added, turn- people of the old world, and while improvement of fcirrjB ahb 53i m vtr .ti fcw j wheat prices last fall QPECIAL attention given to coh it was with a certain trembling fear ing abruptly to Harry, who for von making them to be sharers in our continued, with a metry twinkle in and fair values of cattle, sheep, and KJ JectlOUS. mnkino- nliolr,n a. his grny nea, "you will make u that she untchedthe three men push rious reasons had remained silent prosperity nud in our freedom we hogs, the thrilty bounty. firmer gradually redown the river. She shut the office during the animated conversation. have relieved Durope of a consideraof publicsquare. ..uV WA IU gallant escctt to some oi the fair sex duced his debts. With good prices door and sat down to listen to the For answer that young gentleman ble burden of its proletariat. when you have added as much to R- - E. LEESIMMEBMAW iustrVi-men- t. arose and walking over to his sister But the inevitable has happened. this fall, he is indeed paying off the A Book for Young and Old. your age and wisdom ns you have to constant click, click ot the mortgage. The fall in the interest Somehow the place had nevwhere she sat in her chair, dropped Far reaching as was the political visyour couceit in the past two years. er seemed so df olate nnd lonesome, on both knees and as he caught her ion of Washington, it is doubtful if rate is as remarkable as the other OUR WE CURE Have you thonght about what you Hartford, Ky. though ibis by i means the firsttime hands in his he looked beseechingly he foresaw the vast development that features of the rising tide." RECORD anil I would do wltiiout Alary, now NERVOUS Will practice his profession in all the she had ccted in this capacity. And up in her smiling face and said: was certain to follow upon adherence that mother is dead and it's absoluteCourts of Ohio and adjoining counties Esti I87fl BLOOD being familial ,iih the. art of telagrn-ph- y, "My dear St. Curagous, I very to his advice which, in homely phrase collections carefully and promptly atn housely necessniy thnt we have she could if circumstances call- earnestly seek your pardon. I want was but "Mind your own business;" 250,000 SKIN$. tended to. Office with T. J. Smith keeper? Who could or would fill to Co., Market b'lreet. ed for it, receive and rend messages, you to forget the foolish, thougtless, We grow more wheat than we can place ns your sister does, mother's piSEASE0l PRIVATE but she was onlv to wait. She tried perhaps cruel words I uttered this al- consume, we produce more cotton my boy?" MEN J.B. VICKERB, DISEASES to chase nwiy the dtMiial forebodings ter noon. A gill who is brave enough than we can weave, we manufacture reHnrry whispered softly as he CURED that seemed bound to come. She to face a whole outfit of bandits with- more iron than we can use, we are moved his long legs from the top oi song the songs that she knew, but at out flinching or forgetting her duty the best, and soon shall be largest, Hhrtford, Ky., the stove. He coldn't argue with last her vioce died away iti a shud- ought to make any boy proud to own producers ot machinery: raatvelou Will practice his profession in Ohie 61 his father. CURED andadjoining counties. SpeciaJ at' He had his own der. Oh. if her father and Harry her as his sister, even if she is a little as the growth of our urban population "Put would only come back soon! .. airald of Tuufiu innr vjn:r Ti and the smile has been and is likely to be, we still of The alarming increase in the number tention given to all business entrusted opinion about gitls. nevertheless. deaths which occur as the result of when lenornntol Iho temblo crimo 'I didn't like the looks of that in his tearful bro wn eyes was as beau- produce, more food than we need. iurgical operation is attracting generala Jo his care. Office in Republioaw Wire imniltflni I li.l it nnl xnnti.lns "They arc a silly, fiJgety set of hi AJ m fascinating nUurrnicnts of this cm! dark bearded man," Mary mused to tiful, thought Mary a3 she stooped And thus foreign markets become attention, and a ttrong sentiment building. y h' tr mi liolteto nruil the trr. lugs, .ill the same," he muttered, ns against such methods of treatment is to ' don't know what's the to kiss him, as the sunlight playing necessities to us. And with the herself. ttrro sour Cit Bfl rjlilo he walked down to the river hauk to ii) I . ir i iil. fast developing among the most intelliARMISTEAD JONES, nil inan-I- . matter with me, any way. I sup- around a rainbow. whlcinlrar'unrrliIjil.orllL001) home-bui- lt for foreign markets By Mary C gent classes. It seems that in almost look at his fish hooks. "Afraid of dieo-- r t cra)niirurcIT lloyonnow every case for which the doctors' treatpose Harry was tight in saying that Johnson. and then rro soma alarming ryinptoui.7 and ships become a nec- ment is every thin;: that can't hurt them. IMro joii marry In jorr present nnsuecessful, the learned physiwas a coward, t tit-- " Uuknnw.'M.IKli l'Vl'lHIU, essity, nnd with the possession of a cians decide at once that an operation I wish Mary had been n boy instead I HARTFORD, KY.. MUX t O.N." 1 .mrr .J. nro you con- V3 She stopped nnd listened. Suiely Yrlloir 1'efer ticrnin mercantile navy coaling stations and must be performed, and the keen blade Will practice in all tbo Courts of Ohio stantly lit Ing In ilrvnly la mnrriire a ti of a silly, cowardly girl! ' o( any breed in the bowels. Kill them and of the surgeon is recklessly resorted to. s failure with i .uon account was some one tnlktng. Had her cati'M y rally soaro or later exHe threw a stone into the water that Special at- Doctors are human, and of course are and adjoining counties. your are safe from the awful disease. harbors of refuge owned by this govcesses? llato you liecn flrnrce.l with become necessary to liable to make mistakes, bnt their mis- tentiou given to collections. Office cire'ej on father and Harry returned? Her Ciscarets destroy the germs through- ernment luercury? This booklet uill point out to and watched the widenirg you the takes are too to of tlir-- o primes and iinlnt in with County Attorney. the glistening surface. Then he sit heart bound with joy. But no, every, out the system and make it impossi- us, as they have become neeessuy to promiscuously, fatal as sobe indulged arc out honour Nl;V JI1.11IOI) TREAT. many lives thing was stilt again, though she ble for new ones to lortn. Cascarets Britain. This foreign commerce ol sacrificed In this and MUST will poritlitly runs you. It down on a large, fl.it rock and looked manner, it is but natural suow now uirmMtiii hat o been ra ei by strained .ter ears to catch n repetition ate the only reliable safe guard for the United States no longer safely for the public to believe that half the our siiw tiii;m,iiim'. it pme Louisville at the plajful minnows. Presently Dental Co., how we ran Ul'AllAM'FK TO HUM: of the sound Hours dragged by. young nnd old agaist Yellow Jack, can be carried in foreign ships, nor operations are unnecessary, besides beANY CUUAIIM: C'ArJi: Oil NO l'AY. he heard his father calling him. He ing a fearfnl risk to human life, even if loc. 25c 50c. all druggist. 10 4t We tri'at an J cure I'MlSSIDN'r, surely she heard men's voices this cau it safely be left to the courtesh s successful. . got up quickly und ns he HTItlOTIIIti:. I.MPO'I'IINPV. Sli. time. It is a positive fact, however, that all CKCT IHIA1XH. I'NNAllMtAI.DIS. the office he saw a strange man with Remember Bullington will give oi friendly nations iu the always pos- operations are not necessary, and that a 1HAIUII.S, K1U.MV mill HLADUtll Shest.irted to vtrd the office door you a sible event of a war. Hawaii already majority of them are absolutely undera gray slouch hat sitting near good shave, hair trim or shamuucaief. 13 a necessity to us. Control of the taken without ths slightest chance of thidoor. He eyed Hany shniply but san back to the chair. Was poo. CURES GUARANTEED success. The doctors have never been that tall ,figure coming up the track Nicaragua cana will become a necfor a few minutes then resumed the able to cure a blood disease, and a sur"The AVaffOl of Hln" fent freo litf her father? Where was Harry, and IIon'H Tills? essity. A coaling station in the West gical operation is their only method of enohulnf Joatarap. CONrULTATIOS conversatibn with his father. KltDK. If unablo to call, wrilo for cases, such as canWe offer One Hundred Dollars Rewhat had become of the stranger, Indies is needed. Samoa suffices for treating yiKMiu. jjjja.nk tor hu.mi: From th conversation Harry learn- were qutstlons that forced Aside llU.Ai.ML.M. themselves ward for nny case ol Catarrh that can- our present needs in Oceanida. But cer and scrofulous affections.operation from the great danger, an ed that the stranger was a trapper, rapidly upon Hall's her as she watched the not be cured by & CO , Catarrh Cure. . thus it has come to pass that by close never did and never will cure cancer, as V J CHENEY Props., Tole-dohad come from Motit.iua, said he was approachiug.figurc, with return. Candilated eyes. obseivanceof Washington's caution me disease never latis tocommon sense O cer is in the blood, and a brother to Mr. West, a man who But a sickening fear clutched nt 122 W. FOURTH STREET, We, the undersigned, have known against foreign alliances we have be leaches anyone that no disease can be her kept a logging camp five miles up heartstrings and drove CINCINNATI, O. the pretty F J.Cheney for the last 15 jears, come against loteign alliances we cut from the blood. the river dining the past winter. He rose flush fro.11 her and believet him perfectly honorable healthy 14 W.M.st. lu nil business transactions, and f- have become a Nation whose policies now wished to puichvsc a strip cf cheeks. It was not her fathinancially able to carry out any obli- are world wide. woodlntul boideritig on the river er. It was a stranger. gation made by their firm. In the future, as in the past, alliabout four miles below the station. Gold Crowns "He's coming to the office, she West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, ances with European powers should $Sto$j The land was the propel ty of Mr. whispered, and her breath came Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 forth Toledo. O. be avoided. Long centuries will pass, Best set of teeth (no better made Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, WholeBatton, who being anxious to dist in labored grsps. "why on earth am sale Druggists, Toledo, O. probably the world will come to an no matter how much you pay) . $8 p ise ol it, was only too glad to ac I afraid?" she nsked almost vexed Gold fillings Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter- end, befote possession of nny iuch of $1 up company a purchaser to the place in with herself ns she forced back Silver filling her nally, acting directly upon the blood 75c order to give him a chance to decide surging emotions with a tremen- and mucous surfaces ot the system. Europeau soil, or manifest interest in Extracting, pet tooth 25c the maintenance ordestructiou of any on its value. Harry was requested to dous effort ot sell Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by nil Painless extracting with Vitalized control. European governvent, will be otherDruggists. Testimonials xree. Air row the boat nnd was sent to ask sc "Is thejstatiou agent nt home?" he wise than detrimental to us. We Extracting free when Artificial Hull's family Pills are the best. Maiy to take charge ot the office nsked Mary as he entered the 100m. Teeth aie ordered. Office permanenthave a continent iu which to work while thcy'were gone. ly located ' Mary replied in the negative, but out our destiny, but the possession of As he burst into the little kitchen gazed anxiously out through the wina few outljing harbors, all of them in his usual noisey, boy fashion, dow Courier-Journ- al well in the legitimate FREOr towards the liver. "It's over an $io.o INfJOLD, sphere of V OH J nicycle.dold Watch, Diamond he found Mary silting by the window, hour since they went," she thought' American influence, becomes day by Uraughon'a Practical Biuincu her eyes red nnd swollen, wth traces "and they ought soon to be 1 College, NaslivUle, here." dity more of a necessity, Inter of tears on her cheeks. Harry gave a V anyTexarkana. Tex., orTenu.,or $1.50. "I want you to send a message to in mo.l other reputable buslneas colOcean. a loud, hugh. lege or literary school la the U. S. can be secured the next station that the limited exby doinga little work at home for the Youths' "Just like u girl!" he blutUd out. press No. 27 is to stop," said the Advocate, an illustrated journal. sure Chill Cure. CJ.A.lBI'OXl.X.A.. It la elevatiiijf in character, moral in tone, and Tit fit- "Crying like a baby because a fellow stranger, shutting the door Dr Armistead's Chill Tonic is a cipeclally . intere.ttng and profitable to young look-iu- g tin . and Unlit Here is a case where the pain inflicted pcopie, nut read witn Interest and profit by pco- iTirr Xa-i- Z. dare tell you the truth Did 1 ever sure cure lor chills I H. Williams boy was especially pie of all ages. Stories and other interesting at her with a pair of piercing llpittra CCCCAiM WaJJM, only has a few bottles, so it you want on a .., (tint, .,.. muniDini. sample see such a coward? Well, my pretty black eyes from cruel, and after undergoing the tortures ........ iwall Til ... .l c.., tUUlCS aCIll irCC. under heavy dark Address to keep off cnills call for a bottle nt produced by the surgeon's knife he rap-- Agenta wanted. Teuu. Youths' Advocate rub.I Co., Nashville, miss," he resumed in a changed tone brows. Mention this paper. AkciiIh Willltfil Idly grew For the Juvenile Holiday and Stands ONCE. Price 45 cents a bottle. ths father worse. Mr. J. N. Murdoch, of mock sympathy, getting down on of the boy, residing at 379 "I am not all wed to send such a nrd Subscription Books, by the W. Don't delay. iimi; taiii.k i. '. 11. 11. ni:.w:u Bnodgrass street, Dallas, Texas, writes : one knee Lefore her. ' it it pleases message without IIA KY. special permission B. Conkey Company the largest pub. "When my son, Will, was six yeare GOING KAST. her tenilul majesty to do us n favor from the central office, ' was Mary s Nothing since the Wilson law kill- old, a small sore appeared on his lip, Ushers and manufacturers of books ed Local Freight No, 292 a 6 00 n, m. I nm here ns n messenger' from headdomestic industries and set the which did not yield to the usual treat1 3 1 undaunted reply. ment, but before long began to grow. It Mail No. 222 a t 02 p. m. in the United States. Finest line of quarters to eutreat jou to come At tliU instant the electric bell new holiday and other subscription mills nnd factories f Europe at work gave him a great deal of pain, and con- Fast Mail No. 202 a 7 25 p. m. IS JU3TASCOOD FOR ADULTS. down at your earliest possible con- rang and the ius'.runi'jiit has pleased the free trade Democrats tinued to spread. II was treated by commenced WARRANTED. PRICE EO ct3. GOING WKST. books on the nnrket. Also agents so well as Attorney General McKens several good doctors, who said he bad venience and look at the office while clicking. Oit.TIA,II.LH.,NOT,lC, 1!3J. No. 201 a 7 17 a, m, wanted for "The Silver Side," the na's opinion nullifying the action ot cancer, and advised that an operation Fast Mail Paris Iledlelne To,, Hi, I aula, Mo. . (WO was necessary. botllea of its present officers tike a short leave No, 221 a 12 25 p m. rientlemcni Wo oM lait year, Mail "What's the message? ' asked the latest and best text-boonilOVlC'!) TA8TISI.KW 01III.U TONIO on.1 hare on the sil- Congress intended to build "After much reluctance, we consented, Local Freight No. 291 a 3 25 p. m. up Amer- and louuhltliree liroaaaireauf iniayear. in nil our ti. ofabsence. The busines that calls stranger, they cut down to the jaw bone, ver question by the greatest silver poneiire of It Iclo In the Orua builneu. hate themaivayis of a pressing nature II. MmmiCK, Agt. that uaro aucu unlTeraal aatl ne r hjH nn art "It is asked if the track is clear lor leaders. Exclusive territory. Latest ican shipping interests und Ameri- which they scraped. The operation was lavlluu a jour Tonic. lour. Inilr, and an nnsvrer is debired just now. No. can railrrads, Utlca, N. Y "Her a severe one, but I thought it was the AUNtv.CAHli ,vca " 27 commissions. Prices below compeonly hope for my boy. Before a great Htuderson route Louisville, HenderWhat shall it be, your tender highSept 23, 1807. For sale .y Willlami iS: PtU. while the cancer returned, and began to son and St Louis Railway Company "Answer immediately that it must tition. Write at once for circulars aid." ness?" grow rapidly. We gave him many stop here," was the prompt reply. nud special terms, staling your choice clng, Dnslness, without relief, and finally upon the Time Caid effective May 30, 1897. Mary was just going to flash a refree 1'IIN. EJn -J- ',?J EAST BOUND advice of a friend, decided to try S.S.S. ,,h6noq"aphy, S nd your add res toll 15. Buck "But I must ftrt-- tell them at what of territory. turning charce to the elaborately No. 42 46 44 f Swift's Specific), nnu witn tne secona k W, B. Conkry Company, len oi Co., Chicago, nnd get a Iree bottle he began to Improve. After twenty Lv. St Lou's ln 3 worded uquett and anuounce to Mas- time the last train lelt," replied ilUtl. jfM '"''N 7;56anJ 8:55pm k. M been cancer disJ&i Evansville 6:50am 2:20pm 2:45am. Telegraphy ter Harry tint it wis hsr decision to Mary, ns she. laised her heart in 341. 343. 347. 349. 35' Dearborn sample box ofDr King's New Life bottles hadentirelytaken, the was cured. tL jKA'pw and llendeiton 7:15am 2:46pm 3:10am Pills. A trial will convince you ot appeared was a permanenthe stay'where she was, when she grauced prayer to God for strength and coup. Street, Chicago, Ills, mSr one, for he is The cure . Spottsvillc 7:38am 3:07pm 2:28am uge, ns she bent over the trembling their merits. These pills tire easy in now seventeen years old, and has never through the window and siw-he- r KLfaL Owensboro 8:i8am 3:44am 4:00am y coeraiaMTtoT action and ate paiticulntly eflective had a sign of the dreadful disease to refuller (.peaking to the swarthy wire this uiesssager Hawesvllle 9:17am 4 40pm 4:50am U&&Z-turn." In the cure of Couhtipatiou and Sick Cloveipoit 9:45am 5:03pm 5:10am S.S.S. is far ahead of all other blood "Robbers wait here, send arnud R. SMITH, stranger. Tuey were stindinij on Irvington 10:45am 6:03pm 5:57111 Headache. For malaria and Ltver remedies, because it is the only one tiiu platform hakin,; In the direction men on No, 27." LEXINGTON, KY.. obstinate blood which cures For Infants and Children. For circular of bla famona ami rcaponillie troubles they have been proved in diseases such as Cancer, Scrofula, Atl.oulsvllle 12 35P" 7.45pm 7:30am of the huiiie as if wauiug for Harry The dark eyed stranger now step-pe- d WEST BOUND COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY valuable. They are guunnte-e- to be Uczema, Catarrh, Rheumatism, etc. t tciu in, No. 4r up to the tr aibling girl, revol 43 45 .Ittmiirtl Jlnlnl at M'orM'aKxpo.lllon. IlM perfectly free from every deleterious It is the only blood remedy guaranteed I.v, Louisville 7:30am 4:50pm 8:23pm '" tl;"""ancl. of imduatra In poalllnna. rirr 'If falhtr wants me in the office ver in hnud. With a significant smile fi,,S'iVrr,,".,,.!,,,lr" finiM. lu,t i.k k TTlIfM. 'uurw. IncluUlngTuIBrandenburg 8:51am 6'09ptu 9:30am substance and to be purely vegetable. anil in ' he said i I'll go," (ail Maty, 'but Irvington 9:15am 6:43pm 9:52am They do not weaken by their action, mu iiivKeuiufkriTnivvniUy liipiolna, Upilrr aeal. "Datwhai?" Stephenport 9:5mm 7:20pm 10:2mm "As so m as 27 arrives you are Our (IrcwIiiK Toner. but by giving tone to stomache and containing not a particle of mtrcury, Cloverport 10:11am 7:39pm 10:26pm ivinif vhipu iirva ii urairrti. ' Oh, nothing !" 5toucatluii. Kntvrnnw, togive theslgr i. to (.top. In case or other mineral ingredient, A glaucc at the pages of the EuOfnttf fit kat uour lttra .U.... ,.i. ak bowels greatly invigorate the system, potash, are so injurious to the system. Hawesvllle 10:35am 8:04pm 10:58pm which WILBUR R.SMITH.LCXINCTON.KV "Afraid to be alone, madam? Per- you deceive me, and he tapped the ropean newspapers of any day in any Regular size Owensboro 11:35am 9'osptn n:48p-25c. per box. Sold by S.S.S. is sold by all druggists. haps there might pip out some gho.U butt of his revolver lightly against week gives gratifying proof of the Spottsvillc 12:17pm 9'47pm 13:23pm Books on Cancer and lllood Diseases J. H Williams Druggist. will be mailed free to any address by the this time of day. Let's see," pulling her forehead, Henderson 12:40 lo.topm 12:45pm "I'll send a bullet growing influenced the United States Company, Atlanta, Ga, Swift Specific wiTinrii tfff' Evansville 1:15pm 10:40pm 2:45pm crashing through tight here," out his watch with the air if a granJ upon the aflairs of the world. Until ( rutrrtriafl m. No I.oiiiier 11 Nllverll. Tfiiiii UHRA ft Ar St Louis 7:32pm 7.20pm T tSltflOJ 'sklT dee, its pretty soon one o'clock au At this moment u number of mask a time that is not more thau thirty Paducah Ky., Oct. 2 Col. II. II, All trains run through solid to uHMUJSi, a litiJFii sun is still high lu the heavens." cd men, revolvers and knives appear- years back all that interested the polthe Evansville. Through Parlor Cnro Houston, who has been a free silver IBI uuuu kiiul nj ill i HttSMWi? Illl1 HI. IIBIII and Pullman Sleepers 011 all trains "Hany you know I am afraid of ed on the scene, The minutes drag, iticians of the old world In the condi- Republican, has returned to his old Will aaaaaaalalBaaaaWa3KaMriWaWBE2a4 liiy 1111 between St. Louis, Evansville and ' tmrjarai .mmiooTjji things that can't hurt me but gcd by slovyly as Mary with a heart tions of this republic was the state of patty, and last night publicly HUIOiL'J.(A. Louisville, No, 41 and 42 connects siiiuHii , "null snakes," mocked Harry in boilitig like a trip hammer, listened its crops, a shortage of wheat, cotton, smnnn.Tu.Kf-jhimself for theentlre RepubWW9...&&U1 uJL3r Fordsvillc and IIWHUriEW same affected tone, "Here's my to the approaching train. Yes, she tobacco, or meat in the United States lican State and municipal ticket. remedy. at Itvingttu forevcrpt Sutulay, Har- mKm.umarsj'miS.v IJUtUXlUU. the the only real blood dlnsburg dally ICHiKfiJl MWaVUAHina ".JSH.'IUM- NUMBER 27. M. L. HitAvitiN. Siu-uiTaylor. HEAVRIH & TAYLCP, Attorneys at Law Attorney at Law. mSmsrjids &ffl&y&Mn of-(Ic- 1 Attorney at Law, Attorney at Law, fn-e- E3. 3E. ldi Attorney at JCaw, . beetle-browe- wmm i r ja4jXra;inir tr tf Attorney at Law 1 fc"1,0 Attorney at iaw The 250,000 it Cruel Knife! Attorney at Law, " & -- d home-owne- d Attorney at taw weak-ihii- -- ts . deep-seate- d Kennedys Kergan rne. sun-brow- 1 OWEiSSJBOKO, KY. , The Republican and for the for one year r reODle r tl achol-srshi- p s EP IF1 kJ! Ls I i TASTELESS si 1 C&ct 2 iwir 1 AJI !l3 JFl 1 k r". rem-edi- Bosk-Ke- t 1 .j,WILBUR .$ W CASTORIA deep-seate- d te'' -- 42t08E5r Purely Vegetable . (Jrtttutr-.ucce.fi- il .vVWi mnwd 1 HTII1 ftRFSH 'lJfmh. &ya.imr',w 1 i 1 ting to the knife. Before submit- tryy Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, OCTOM5R 15, 1897. Offico on Fox Stroot. IvmimI t.vurj tililnj Ilnriloxl, lly 111 JAS.A. ANDEPSOM hnteted at the post 11 Rdltor. ofTue Subscription, $1.25 por yonr t,exoud c 1,11 j nt Hatllord nirfli matter. REPUL1CAN TICKET. Cloctlon Nov. 2, 1807. Clerk of tlio Court of A J. G. Bailey. State Senator. Dr. T. G. Turner. Representative, R. C. Jnrnngin. County Judge, Jus. A. Park. County Clerk, M. S. Iiuglnnd. Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, County Attorney, M. L. Hcavrin. Slierili; S. T.Stcvens. School Superintendent, Fun Rogers. Jailer, Thoa. II. lilnck. Assessor, G. D. Royal. Coroner, L. W. Hunt. Surveyor, N. Moxley. MAGISTRATn. Hartford Diet Christopher Allen, lican State Administration for the mobs in Kentucky since Gov. Bradley was inaugurated. Now, tho Je Judicial District. aid knows that of the executions by mobs have- been in counFOR CIRCUIT JUDGE, ties having Democratic officials. It LUCIUS P. LITTLE. also knows that tho Kentucky LegisFOR COM'TH ATTORNEY, lature never has ben Jlejmbliean, It knows also that tho National DemoNOE. crats and Republicans passed n strong bill at the extra session, It is now in order for the Herald to anti-mo- b Don't try to which was bitterly opposed by Democrats Rooster. put up the of the JJerald stripe. You must strike the people any longer something else, sonny. will have Tun perpetual WE TOLD YOU SO. to go, in Ohio county, after the elecTun Republican has always mainThe people do notbelieve tion this fall. tained that tho free silver wing of the in one man monopolizing the offices. Democratic party is not so strongly Tiinnr. is only one straight ticket for free silver as it would have people and especially Populists, believe. to vote this fall and that is the ReBy voting that Wc have shown that no later than ticket. publican the last election of a Governor in this ticket you vote for men with princistate a sound money platform was chrouic ple, not for It is n adopted by tho Democracy, Felix's boss on the Herald together matter of history that a Congress unwith Mr. Ringo can crowd more false- der Cleveland's last Administration, hoods into less space thau any set of which had an overwhelming DemoFelix cratic majority, refused to pass free men wc have ever seen. ought to remember what and who de- coinage laws, but on tho other hand on record ns being feated him so bad in 1894 J. P. Mil- placed itself against the free and unlimited coinler. age of silver. PoruusTS, hunt up this week's isLastly and also leastly, tho Hartsue ot the JJerald and look for an acford Herald, has bobbed up, and afcount of the debate hero Tuesday be- ter turning the cat out cf the bag protween your candidate for Clerk ol the ceeds to say that there seems to bo a Court of Appeals, Mr. Parker, and a disposition upon the part of some the Republican candidate, Mr. Bail- Democrats to make the silver quesey. The Herald devotes half an inch tion a minor issue in this campaign. spaco to it. Why, certainly so, brother! Are you just finding that out? Aro you not G. D. Black, the Democratic aware of the fact that wo informed nominee for the Legislature, voted in the peoplo of that state of things a Hancock county last year, and the mouth ago? Wo told you and them law says he must be here one year that many Democratic counties had before he could represent the county. held conventions and failed to declare Last year tho election was on the 3rd for tho "everlasting and eternal prinday of November, this year it is on ciples of free coinage of silver at the the 2nd. Ho lacks one day. ratio of 10 to 1 or bust," and on the old other hand showed a disposition to Tun Hartford Ihrald is at "its Every year put free silver behind the scenes and campaign tiicks again. keep it there. You know wo did. just before the election this sheet goes But the deserter of tho free silver Re to work slinging mud against the heresy has become so apparent that publican nominees, but that paper you must put up some sort of a plea has been here eo long and the peoplo Tho Populist has lost to hold the Populists. understand it so well that it party is tho original and only free whatlittlo influenco it onco had. silver party, and the Democracy have Tin: Democratic candidates came in attempted to get their voles and their organization by holding town Sunday and gavo the Herald It is the out that they (the Democrats) arc instructions what to say. samo harranguo that they have been aiso firm udhcrents of tho freo silver Ohio idea. It is now apparent that Demospouting over the couuty. county is in much better condition crats are preparing to drop frco silver under Republican rule than it was whenever it U to their interest to do This melius that tho Populists under Democratic ru'e. Our iiulebt-- . so. edncss has been decreased about will desert them, as they should liavo done before now. But for theso rea$17,000 in three years. sons the Hartford Jlcrald, which onHo.v. .Ino. V. Caldwell. ly a fow years ago, was not a freo Iroin the .'Ird District, saye: silver paper, feels moved to say that "I see no hope for tho f reo counge of the Democracy should stand to its silver, nud know quite well that nev- guns and keep up its fight fur free er can Mr. Jliyuu, as the advocate ot Bilver, A ducernmg man can easily free silver, array behind him all the seo that thin is only a bait thrown out forces that tuppoitcd him 111 lHUfl. to the Pupu'ints. People acquainted Though 1 may bo mistaken, lam ful- with tho Herald know that it. is u ly convinced that in 1000 the issue cringing, servile tool in tho bauds of will bo liat money and Government the bosso ot its party, ami if ordered nine-tent- Cromwell Dist Jonl B. Wilson. Forcisvillo Dist Jacob Chaucelor. Rosinc Dist Jj. 13. Loncy. liulord Dist Ed Massie. up tho Hartlord silvtr voles because of tho nld ho Herald and see its splendid (?) ac gave the cause in tho last campnigu. But the Ireo silver Democracy instead debate. couut of tho Balley-Pnrkcol ifccignlzing Mr. Piirkorhnve PiTAKlNo of "keeping promises," spit iu his laco by nominating Mr. JJerald, what promises did your a man, who has never given halt tho party over keep that you are not fl.i'tncu to free silver that Mr. Park-- n ashamed ol? hns. Mr. Pnrker Im a good reason lor Tun JleraTd cannot understand cinpliilniug of tho shabby treatment why everybody teems to bo leaving received ut tho hands of the Iho Democratic- party and joining the free silver Democrats. They have The Republican not only relused to support him, but Republican party. party is right on tho great questions have so arranged the fusion tickets in beforo tho American peoplo and nil some counties, ns to cheat Mr. Parker Tho tho peoplo want to bo right. out ol tho votes to which ho is justly craifisof great benefit to tho Re- entitled. In proof of this wo point publican party in Ohio county. to tho fusion ticket in this county. It is placed under the Rooster which Before the unprejudiced voter in is bound to lose voles for Mr, Parkor. Ohio county stamps his ballot this We nro not surprised that Mr. till let him go to Ills trunk, get out his tax receipts showing the amount Parker is wanting to know n lew assessed ngainst him during the years of Democratic rule in Kentucky and things. A Populist that willgo on a fusion compare these with Ills receipt tor his Then let him nnsvvej to ticket fixed up for the purpose of help1S97 taxes. himself and by his ballot whether he ing Sbackellord and tho Democratic believes Republican rule in Kentucky is worth what it costs Haitford parly at tho expense of Joe Parker Herald. and the Populist party is not 'a good Yes, and lot him remember that enough Populist to claim and ilnnnnd tho increased tax rato was brought on the votes of good and truo Populists. to pay up the Democratic indebted-- , He is no more entitled to them than a ness of the State brought on by DemDemocrat is, and a Democrat has no ocratic mismanagement. Yes, study claim on earth to n Populht vote. these questions well, and you will find On the other hand Populists have Democracy extravagant on every oc- many reasons to vote against Democasion. crats, one of the chief reasons being that the Democrats have betrayed Tun Ihrald's reference to mob law them. in Kentucky comes with very poor grace. It seeks to placo all tho Jilamo Tun county Democratic candidates upon Gov. Bradley and tho Repubwould not give up the appointment at I!i:.ti:it, hunt RECORDS Which Prove False the r prao-tir.il- ly Charges of the Democrats. The Cost of Running the Pen at Frankfort. SO.EVcHY PLAIN FIGURES, Biff Money Lost by Contract Made by Demo- crats. Tho Republicans Saving tho Stato Much Monoy. n.vnt: :nu:it our or rn.voN. Prentis Tuesday to hear the Hon. Jo A. Parker's speech, thus showing that they want to ignore tho Populists. Thoy were asked to do this by tho JOE Republican candidates, yet they refused, and will not have anything to do with tho Populists. Our Populist fricuds of Ohio county will remember thi3 when they gc to vote on Novemwhen ber 2. Remember your candidate was here that these samo Democrats who nre now asking for your support would not let the people go to hear Mr. Parker. "A Iloiiulilcnn" office-hold- er Harttoiid, llrllr. Oct. 14. office-seeke- rs, 1 must Editok. Rnruw.icAN: have struck the Herald iu a tender place last week, when 1 asked what principles were represented by the mixture which it calls "Demo-FusoTicket" Why, it cries: "It represents among other things, tho pledge of honest men, that tho burdeus ot tax payers shall not be needlessly and cxtravngautly increased as they have been by the Republican party in Keni tucky and Ohio county." Now,pray, Herald, which set of men on your ticket represents this idea or particular brand of honesty? Certainly the Democratic part could nut be accused of any such virtues, judging from the u past. y Let us see, why wa3 tho slate tax rate increased? To pay a debt of over two million dollars, made by Republicans? Oh, no, by Democrats, in tho years of your unbridled power in Kentucky, when the money of tho people was squaudeicd and was let as in no statoof tho Union. Oh, no, Utile demagogue, it you contemptible was not "needless" nor "extava-gance- " which caused tho tax rate to be increased 10 cents, but to pay your debt and nothing else. Tux payor; do as tho Herald tells you, beforo you vote, go to jour trunk and get out your receipts and compare them and see that it is 10 cents higher, and remember that the raise was made necessary by Democratic indebtedness and extravagance. Not ono cent ot this extra 10 cents can bo used to pay tho current expenses, but must be applied to this indebtedness which has been accumulating for years under your rule. Why, you would take advantago of yonr own "cussedness". You would administer poison to your and sue the phyown Grand-mothesician for using a stomach pump. Again, did 'you not know that when tho Republicans camo into power in this county they found a debt of more thau thirty thousand dollars, and that moro than half ot it has ileen paid, notwithstanding u number of iron biidges have been built for tho people and other improvements made? When did you folks get so economical? Your part of thu ticket seems to have come from an extravagant set. You rau tho Stato and couuty into dobt. What right have you to expect tax payen to voto your r, 1'r.uikfuit, Sept. 24. An article purporting to give the operations of the Frankfort Penitentiary from Ap ril 1. 1893, to November 30, 18)6, is going the rounds cf Democratic papers. It is false in every statement. The Auditor's oflke is the only place where the nctual receipts and expenditures for any of the State departments can be found, and these figures did not come from there. The Auditor's office is the only office where a system of checks and balances ol such account assures their correctness. In the first table exhibited by our Democratic friends, purporting to give, as nil the other tables do; the total receipts and expenditures for all of the Penitentiary, departments they omit $42,536.06 expended on ac count of the chair plant from April 1 to November 30, 1S93, deduct for receipts $2,222 32 when the Auditot's books show that only $1,035 30 was received lor that time. IuMead of a loss of f 65, 000 for that eight months under the Detuccrats the Auditor's book (kept by Demccratsat the time,) show the loss to have been more than $108,000, as ran be seen by the first table in this article. For the year beginning December and closing November 30, 1, 1S93, 1894, the table published by the Democratic papers shows an excess of expenditures over receipts ot only $31, 510.56, when the Auditor's books (still written by Democrats), bhows a shortage of $164.12716 for the same time. See table number two of this article. For the year beginning December 1, 1894, ond ending November 30, 1S95, their figures show a shortage ot only $41,263 57 when the Auditor's books (still written by Democrats), show a loss ot $48,383 27, as shown by table number three below. For the year beginning December 1, 1895, nud ending November 30, 1896, they say the shortage is $97,-226, but as this is a mixed year the first tour months having been under the Democratic warden we prefer to separate it into two ptriods Table number lour, below, will show tlyt for the fjur months under the Democrats the shortage was $36,733.-3leaving only $60,552 94 fjr the remaining eight months of that year under the Republicans. In a recapitulation in the filth table below will be found the total aggregate deficit for the last three yean under the Democrats. This shows that the Penitentiary, ou an average for those years, lacked $112,720 annually of being seilsustaining, where as since the the Republicans have had charge the shortage has averaged only $69,229 87 per annum. For the fi ret nine months of the ye.ar, S6 2, teginning December 1, 1S96, control of railroad, eto , for I be- to do so would pin its faith to a yellieve that many Populists, oven, have low dfg. ulrendy abandoned f reo silver in an Therefore us it lm gone- forth that issue too not row (as Mr.Wattou Ure free Bilver must he put in tho back ported 11 Inivo dco'nrcil ) to promuo giouud, the Hartford JJerald may be even a hope ol sucecW dependi'd upon to tuko up the cry The ptttent Coiibtitutiou of Kentucky was carried by Republican votes, that party in the State having mriiMily ci ilutscd the instiument 'I he I'pwil ol the Prohibitory law for wis 'i the people f O'no county vot-in fuch nvrrvlu--i miliar numbers is ore f the Itnht o the iniquities coucealeliu that verbose anil com For nil the evil it plex instrument has wrought in Kentucky theRepub Ilattford licun party is to blame. . nl ' I J , i J 1 era Id. Who ever heard of tho Republicans being responsiblu Tho for tho Kentucky Constitution? Constitutional Convention had moru (Jrcwhillikiiu! l I Democratic majorithan n You fee tho Herald cun't teJ ty. the (tilth. two-third- s ' 13 in Pa 'R1IVI '.1.IJJUJU f) miJ. KH AU I'luiJ 11V 1H1HM 'linja uuiliui iinn. smiin ii I I buck into power? Tho Popuyour ticket have never lmil-to show their baud at extravabut the fact that thoy are caught in bud company is ugaiust them. Now, Mr Herald, you lmvo utterly but mi(il yon not until utter tho fuiltd to show what principles aro mixed ticket and election, wi!l represented by your it Until then you can't, between now and tho emopretend to bo for freo silver for tho tion, write a platform upon which nil purpnK) of pulliug tho wool over tho of youi candid itos can stand; without eyes of the Populists. leaving out noun of tho vital questions contended tor by both Democrats and lion. Jo A. Parker continues to Populists. all silver men thould nut The Herald makes sonio 7.igue inttipport him. sinuations about contractor who get It hn well kuown fact that with large sums ut the county's money out tho Populist voto W. J. Bryan without being icqulred to give bund, Mould only Imvo carried seven stairs. etc. Plciuo state iu your next issue Without tho samo vole Kentucky the names of tho contractors, along Mould Imvo given MuKinloy twenty-fiv- e witli the name. ot the Commissioners thousand iiinj irily. Tho tact that who let tho c iiitrncls. Kentucky was si 0 oso is duo in u Next Meek we shall have something lur'o measure to the hard and unreto my cfcucli Itepub ieui iininiiieu, mitting labor of Mr. Parker. A Rll'UII.ILICVN. Through his influence ami tho P"pullits went lo'id'y Ji r Mr. Parker thinus ho U enHryati. tin I HIT titled, to eomo rccogniti m from freo 4t4 ,,WH' crowd list on chanco gance, a wawtto"knov. do-quc'- C OABTOXIIA. table number six in this article will show that the shortage fir tint time, is only $37,522 71, or at the rate of books $ 66 750 95 $50,000 a year. Hut as much of the Paid lor chair plant, ns tliown machinery and permanent improveby Auditor's books. . 42,536011 geriGlio-da- y ments were paid for during this lime the real shortage would be merely Total expenditures for eight nominal.' months $109 287 01 JJulbs for Fall Planting nut ot doors. Credits-Rece- ipts A great noise is made over n table Bulbs for Winter blooming in tho house. ns shown by Audgiving comparative prices for chairs Plants for blooming during tho Winter. itor's books ',03530 under the old and new contracts. RePlants for decorating sults beat theories and the records of Seeds for Fall sowing out of doors. receipts and expenditures in the office Loss for the eight months $108,251 71 Heeds for Winter sowing in tho house, TAULIv 2 of the State's accounting officer aho.v From December 1, idy3 to Novemfiend in lOo to pay po9tngo and package nnd wo will rend you 1.") new contract produces better tint the results than the old, nud the p;oplc ber 30, 1894 inclusive: .Selected iliilbs, or Six packages of Selected Flower Seed?, orbix are more interested in these results Paid out lor penitentiary package fall dillnrcnt) Sweot Peas, or nil threo collctions for liGc. proper, ns shown by Authan in any conclusions tint may be eo., $ 92 99( 48 reene, i. She p drawn by designing wiiters. The ditors books comparative tables spoken of are tia.KXZXx.KSZZsesz TxrsrsJszzjzixaBxxsartsezsxTXX siTjri.grmrnincBKergji wholly misleading. Thre wtrt liiit styles of chairs in the citalogueof av?i the old Kentucky Chair Company. & For the last .six months of 1895 they HAVE OPENED THEIR took 1 3 t.ooo chairs. Of this number h were of one tylc more than Mote than half the chairs (No, 3) nri&FSt -.; aJfi&--fto- j i atfiMTtii.,iniv.-Hftitr,'iiiM',nv. ::is iu lirrv-wwere of sr. styles only 01 these six IP'uS tf iftoteuWriiTO ( styles the present commissioner.'! lelt one (No, 3) at the old price, reduced one (No. 10) socntsa drz;n, nid raised the price on the other four n dozsn. styles Jrom 45 to 70 ce-- ts Of 170 of the styles in the catalogue only 43,000 weie made during the time under consideration or only 3 jf dozens of each n mouth. If the old company hud taken n reasonable number of each tt le the State would have made money until the company should break, which would have been but n short time, nut for the six mouths mentioncJ they didn't take ' a single chairof4t styles and only one, two and three of many of them To try to average prices named under "- "-1l,5C3sr!C crrsUfr-- . nt iit such conditions is folly gone tnnd. To give N. 5161111 equal position with No 3. when there were only two of the former made in six month-- , and more than 33 000 of the latter, U An o'gant vehicle nr.il cix.d horses A fine now OMNIHU will timet nil day trains nt JJrnver Dam tomfooleiy The old contract had Lcuyc tiller alJiod'e Jiuiyftalle All nnlors promptly attended to a comtortabla rid", guarantees most f its prices so high that none, corner Market and Union Strnoi( Hartford, onlj n special rnc nnrc in a whil made, and the result wan Paid out lor cliilr plant, ns Was Growing Worse that the contractors, having the tight shown by Au litor'sbooks 187,574 17 to name the styles that should be Total fot the jrnr . . . f 280,568 65 Liver am! Otomnch Troubloa-T- oo made, had nearly altogether rlioap ClCilltB chairs made. In this way they conVonk to Work -- How Ablo to Do Receipts Irom nil deptttiutntn tu Uor Housework. trolled the output and kept the averas shown liy Auditor's "I van under tho cure ot a physician age down to about fii.ojii wotth a o for ..v.o j earn ami liewai trrntliut mi for 116,441 books month, whereas they now make an tUiaiaeu nnd liver troulilii ml fttnalo nvcroge of $17,000 worth tllC'.oitltlM, hut 1 only rew worm under Loss fir the jenr . . . Jif4,l7 t6 l.ll 1 was o weak I could do Nothing is sillier th in the twaddle 1A: I.lt 3 hardly any work. I was at last Induced about compilative prices and ..r.ik'C j l'roni 'teciinVr i, lSyj, to Novell-be- r to try Hood's Br3amrllla mid Hood' price unless one tenons how tinnv '! Pills nnd theso medicines nave. done, mo 30, 1S95, iuc nsivo: cnck kind Is taken. Take No. 516 to much good that I now wolgh 113 l'aid out I it pciiti'iithty mentioned iu the table riivj-t- i by our jMiimdsnndninntdoto do all my proper, at i'i n by Au- I llrmly tHllcvolsliouldhavobeeu Demnctntlc IrHidi: The ol e'nlr ditoiN bol.n J 9.1 442 .1 Iu lay urovo today It It iud not been for company ngrced to gtvi- - $,$7 05 n d . llood'd Harnparllla. My llttto clrl was l'ald out lor ch ilr plant as euforit. The ncwcoiilr.tn put-ti- t altUetid with phthisic. Igavolicr llood'n shown by Auditor's luoks. im.Siii 07 Barsaparllla nnd It lias rollevcd her." nt 5175 per dozen, les.s thin lull. 701 University That looks like mining the State, Mm. U. S. mnr-Kitdon't it? What nre the fictt.? The Total paid out f i thcyeitr $uj3 j6j 31 Avenue, Knoxvllle, Tonncusco. Credit- sold company never had lhes.e made Only two were made in the last six Receipts Iro'ti nil ilepulnteiits ns shown by the Auditor's months of 1895. Now anybody lami- -' li tho liMt-- ln fact tin- - Ono Truo Mood lairlncr. books 140 879 (i.i liar with uianuficttiilng knows that At lilt ilriiuRHM. !!' anru to Kft HihI'. to make oneol Ihw-- cliniis tvery ciirellvvrllli.va'yttnke, T. $ 48,383 ?7 liOOCl S FillS emy to operate. Mceiili. Loss lor the year three months cost more than the v TAHI.H4 came to at the high pilce, becmsc nil From December 1, 1895, to Match year ending N ivein'ier 30, 1896, ws the hign price, because all the stock only $97.85 26, it follows that lor had to be gotton out specially for 31, 1896, inclusive: the last ciuht month: of that yenr each one. whereas it they had sold P.iip out lor penitentiary under the Republicans the deficit w.1.1 proper, ns shown by Audithcui at n reasonable pticennd mans 42,461 fit $60.5529) books $ tor's ufastttred regularly the stock would To complete the record let us take have been cut iu the regular order of Paid out for chair plant, ns the remaining nine months under business and the reduced pi ice would shown by Auditor's books 6 1,115 05 the Rpiihllc ms earning trout December 1, 1896, to August 31. 1897, inhave been mote remunerative You Total paid out (jr the lour clusive. would 11a tu tally suppof e that the new Paid out for penitpntiarv $102,57966 months contractor would order them by hunpi oper, ss shown by Audi Credits tor's books ( uw "ccou-i- t dreds, but to the writer's ccitain Reef ipts liiim all depart. $87,88765 piid in Sept) knowledge not one has been made for 65,846 34 Paid out lor ch itr id in, as ments him for the hast ten mouths, and shown by Auditor's books 131,063 43 probably not one lor the ct tire period Iiss for four months . $ 36.733 32 $118951 08 Totsl . .' of the contract. This is the biggest RliCAPITUf.A ION Credits reduction in the whole list and serves Recn itulatiou ot los.st'S for the Received lor hire ol convicts, to show the value ol the table exhibithree yenin beginning April 1, 1893, etc , as sho v by Auditor's ted by the organs who are so anxious and cndi:g March 31, 1896. books $ 13 996 6S to distract public attention and keep From April t to November Due tor July and August on bite of convicts, ns shown it from considering their $108,251 71 30. 1S93, loss . by repot Is in Auditor's ofand predictions ol last fall. From December 1, 1S93, to fice 6,22397 16 Received from chair plant, as As stated, the prices were made to November 30, 1894, loss 164,127 the old contractois on 188 stjlcsof From Decett)ber 1, 1894, to shown In Auditor's books, chairs end they were give-- the option No ember 30, 1895. loss 48,383 27 on chairs made during the ' 7S.595 44 time to order and styles they chose and From December 1, 1895, to Orting by contractor on chairs leave off any they didn't want Let March 31, 1896. loss . . 3673332 including corrected prices, us see what sort of a contract that is. 82.612 28 ns publishci Total loss for the last llitee Suppose A contracts with your meryears, as appears ou the $'81,42837 chants to buy bacon, hams, sugar, t.ice ol the Auditot's coflee, tea and starch, agreeing to pay ttom Iixcess of expenditures books $357 495 46 for bacon 8 cent', hams 15 cents, suDec. 1, 1896. to Aug. 31, Hut ns a matter ol justice there cents, Arbucklc's coflee 10 gar 4 $ 37.52 7 1S97 should be added to the hbovc the folThus it is seen from the above cents, tea $1 50 and starch 3 cents. tables that the excess ot expenditures The merchant would average all these lowing amounts: over receipts for the la- -t three jc.arfl For bills for the penitentiary prices and find he was getting splenunder the Dcmocrits avernged $'),-3- 9? proper delivered in Match, did prices "on the average." Hut A 37 per month, while tor ttic but not paid for.till April $11,145 i months under the Republicans orders sugar, coffee and r.t.arch, and the excess has Ivceu only $5 769 15 no bacon, hams or tea. What good For bills lor the chair plant but little mote than half ns much ns delivered in March, but not did the high prices on tlie.se last arpaid for till Aptil . . . 12,87791 the Democrats. do the merchant? and hat did ticles In each of the aliovc t ibles. ns was his average prices amount to? $ 24,023 2t the case in the nrticle !eferrd to. wc presuppose that there is the same The people weie robbed of nearly $3Si.58 67 amount of material on had in thehtrs to counties $12,000 011 record books of each perginning and nt the And the billowing amounts should iod. Asa matter 01cloe there is nt during 1S94 and 1S95011 this average fact : least $3,),ooo more material on hand price foolishness. The law fixes the bedriluctt-dnow Ihan wis when the Republic ins maximum pticc on vaiious sues nnd For amount paid by cletk in $ Aptil 707 03 assumed control. Of the expenditures ot binding, but 99 percent ot stles in the Inst seventeen months $15 500 all the resord books maJe are ol one For amount due from Kenhas bten for permanent improvements 42,650 25 nnd $S,5oo lor additional machinery, tucky Chair Co . style of binding. When the bids making a total of $24 000 which is were opened tor thin work iu 1S93 $ 43.357 8 not properly and expense. Deduct one house bid low on nil stlesof the iermaue:it improvements and binding not to be furnished and high m.achmety. and the excess ol material Net lof s for the three j ears on those styles rcquireJ to lie made, $338,161 39 ftom the $98 075 deficit for the seveni&93 to 1896 teen months under the Republicans, making a low average on all, bat a Irom the official figIt will be would very high average on wh.it was to bo ures that f.ir the last three je.ars un- and ittwenty sho.v a deficit ol less six hundred dollars n than furnished. Another honi- - bid Im'rly der the Duucx'iHts there wns lost on month; whereas, if you dclucttlic on allstjles. but because llulr prices the penitentiary at Fr.nkfort $338, permanent improvements nnd maon things not to be made were lughi r iCi.in, or $1 12.720,46 for each year. chinery charged to the penitentiary than the other bidder tiiey lost on It will also be tinted that lor the last f r the last it thtce e.us under the wotili' decrease their Domrcrats this average r.onfcnse, and us a result four mouths under n Democratic monthly shortage onlv $666 66. nud warden the los was $36,733 32, or nt still leave it at $8,726 the State paid 75 per rent tiime tor 70 per month, ol $161,189 96 lor the year. the the books lutnished than the rf jctnl A rate shown by the publication re. or mote than thtee times as much per it is bid would have amounted to on the leited to that the deficit lor the entire month ns for the time tinder the Re1'he Lexington Leader. publicans same style binding. fcAmKCJEaTMBU Winn the Dcmootat'c party gets through answering tor the sins it has committed in the ncnie of"ovetage ifAautMko in ttrh. prices" the people tuny beat it lecture LARGEST NORMAL SCHOOL, IN THE SOUTH si.me other prty tor reluming to follow MGU5U TTAClttttS SCItflTiriC AND ClASSIC COURSH ",Z.V.1..'!r"J'.'!S"j v" Mrjvjitv cnvH&r ka.stio. its lootsttps in this maze of uncertainCATKLOGU ly. rOjOimvM. y arMW4tu7 s((4fy7-TAni.E I'KNITRNTIAKV I. W,r mow v(a.a.fnj Operations ol the penitentiary at Frankfort, including all department?, Irom April 1.1893,10 November 30, eight months: 1893, inclu-iv- e Paid for penitentiaty pro ler, as shown by the Auditor's could be liouno-wor1 1 .... , I Hood's 8pa."f0 ... -- .... sev-tnU- en ... I ttMWJMwmat&Me ,,.., "'"'. MJS, (Jcdalogue f or Asking. AGSseep SJt y. 111 m Fcir one-filt- 1 m uiPuiiiuiwifiiii , To aiid.F'rontiBeaveT Po 3aa. 1 1 1 The Policy that Built Up Our Store Is tF'! ,ra' MB. " Royal make, the load pure, wholesome and delicious. ' gle ft 25 it buys n good boot nt Ji Co's. Vr! 15. Fo- BA1LEY-PAKE- H. Patronize the new urocery Bros proprietors. nt J 15 Cnrsui A J HONESTY. There are a great many ways of doing business. Our way is to tell tell the T8MJTH. 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 FALL goods are open and ready for inspection. Never before were the styles prettier than they are for the coming season. A little dress goods chat might be interesting to you. $1.02 fur pattern, fiyils. nil Allium shades inch nil wool ploid mixtures, f 1.92 pattern.-inch nil wool Itouclo effects, 83.12 pattern. Bountiful Scotch plaids Go to IGc per yard, lilnck goods t) all tlio latest weaves from 10c to $1.25 per yard. Urond Cloth in black, navy, brown, taii.grccn niul cardinal fiOin 75c For trimmings wc nro showing n nice line of braids, jet, passamentric, You will find our selections better mid silks, eatins and velvets. Wc aro in a posi prices cheaper than our competitors nro showing, lion to get closer prices ami better styles. '!( inch nil wool cashmoro, IKS mi ' Buy j out dill and u'lntei underwear Good Crowd out to Hortr tho Republican Nomlnoo and the Champion of Froo Sllvor. Fogle t Cos. yoc buys n good pair of jeuus panta at J. K Fogle & Co's. Goad twilled fkunel lor 15c per yntd at J. 15. Fogle & Co'a. You nie Mire to look nice 111 one of J, K. Fogle & Co's new suits. Good canton flannel liom 5c to loc & Co 0. per ynid nt J, IJ, POWDER Absolutely Puro AOYAl SAKIhQ POW&tH CO., MW YORK. Hon. W. T. Kills, of Oweusboro, was iu town the first of the week. Uscir. A. S. Aull, Auburn, Ky., was in town the first of the week. Mr. Samuel Keown, of Fordsville, was In town the first of the week. Pretty line or Millinery nt Fair & Co. MitsS.illle Taylor Ins tjphiod ver. Good canton II fe- Just received, a mi el 5c at Fair & & kid gloves new assortment of Causon & Co. fVs. Sec the new goods nt Carson Go's. New line It &Co'h. &. G corsets 85c nt I'nir -- it If Pretty line all wool capes 98c nt Fair & Co's. Big line of ladies capes at & Co's. tt J. E. Fo-gl- e 'if tit I- V Newest wears iii dress goods nt Fo-gl- Fair & Co's. Buy your winter shoes & Co's. at J. E. e J. I. Fogle & Co. want your eggs uud feathers. Mr. W. D. Moore was in Louts (k , Millinery Department. ville this week. U full mid enmtdcto oi the choicest styles thnt tlio market can afford. New Embroideries nnd Lace at Wo .can fur-n- ih BT YLES tho best, PRICES tho lowest is our motto. Causon & Co's. liiggcst nnd cheapest lino of neatly trimmed bats from 75c up. Good overcoat for $2 40 at J. E. railr?o are shown by us, nlao n lino of children's capes nnd infant's Fogle & Co's. Be our lino before buying. hendwenr that are not equaled anywhero. The conect styles in neckwear nt J. K. Fogle & Co's. Rev. R, D. Bennett nnd family are visiting relatives in and near town. Wc have just restocked on ready-fund- c Cakson & Co. Clothing. Old fashioned honesty nnd new f.udiloned goods at J. 15. Fogle & Co's. Mrs. Sallic Ford is visiting the family of Mr. J. W. Ford this weelc. If you waut something nobby in millinery goods, see Miss Sarah Collins. Cut away from your old clothes and buy a new suit at J. E. Fogle & &o's. Rev. T. P. Ralph and wile were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Patton this week. Mrs. L. I?. Hocker, of Sutherland, is wisiting relatives iu the Kinder, hook neighborhood. According to previous announce merit the Republican and the Populist candidates for Clerk if Ooiut of Appeals spoke lieic Tuesday. The Court House was cotuloitnbly filled nnd both speeches weie well rrcelved. Mr. Parker, alter being Introduced by Populist Clialiman, Urackeu, led off in n speech of one hour nnd ndialf nnd was given close attention. It was said by many to have been the best populist speech ever delivered in Hartford. He defended the cause of free silver, but said it was not the real Issue. That the question was more money, and that if all the mints weie throw open to the free coinage of silver the per capita would only be increased nbint 40 cents, He advocated nn issue ol irredeemable p3p;r money as the only remedy, and proved that free silver Democrats had only come pirt of the way, and it all the good points iu the Chicago platform, which were stolen from the Omaha Populist platlorm were eliminated there would not be enough left to make a shadow. Mr. Parker nrraignedthe ftce silver Democrats of the State for not supporting him instead of opposing him with a man like Sam Shacklelord, who had never raised his voice for free silver and who was an eleventh hour convert, while he, Parker, had made over 300 speeches for Bryan last year in sixty eight counties from the Cumberland mountains to the Mississippi river, and now they weie paying him back by bringing Bryan here to speak against him. He show-ed Next week we will open up one hundred and fifty capes and jackets in all the leading styles and shades. Prices on capes Our jackets will run from 73c to 10.00. There is no doubt from $1.50 to $10.00. but what we can please you. Wc are headquarters for dry goods, closest prices on ginghams, calico, cotton flannels, table linen, jeans, yarns and everything else in our line. Visit Hartford gcmple of fashions, FAIR J COMPANY, Proprietors. & can Own? Ask to sec our new fall goods. Cakson & Co. Capt. J. G. Keown and Mr. Jno. B. Wilsor are attending the Centennial at Nashville this week. tor. and Mrs. Rowan Holbrooks Tuesday for Nashville to attend Mike Crahau, Horse Branch, lelt Mr. the Tennessee Centennial. was in town Tuesday. We have new Percals, tailor-mad- e Mr. Win. Travls.of near Fordsville, Suiting, Ducking and all kinds ol died on the 3rd inst. Carson & Co. wash dress goods. J. E. Fogle & Co can lit your purse We always carry a full and comas well as your person. plete Hue of boys' and men's hats See ourshipment of fall dress goods and furnishing goods. arrived this week at Fair & Co's. Carson & Co. Mrs. G B. Likens has returned Photographer A. D. Taylor has refrom a visit at South Carrollton. turned trom Dawson and will be Newest ideas, newest styles, and found iu his gallery here In person lowest prices in Millinery at Fair & every Monday and at Beaver Dam Co's. the balance of the week. For Sale One farm of 100 acres Hon. Juo. J. Mcllenry, of Lo uis ville, was iu towu Saturday nnd Sun- of land, 3i miles North of Hartford; has five never failing veins of water, day. a large variety of fruit trees, good Mrs. Jno. J. Mcllenry, Louisville, honse and out buildings. For fuuther is visiting Mrs. leunic Mcllenry this information call at this office. 1241, week. We want your trade, and will treat you right. Give us a call. Mrs. A. complication of Cakson Bros Fair & Co. have more dress goods than all the other houses combined. Call and see them. The house of Mr. Geo. Simpson's and most of its contents were destroyed by fire last Thursday. Mr. B. N. Graves, of Pleasant Ridge, who had gone to Delta, Colo., for his health,died last Sunday. I , i- - . ' if ' 12 M. out. In BalThere has been no drouth Tor Hah'. lard county this year and crops aic About one hundred acres cfland, splendid. They are good every year. farm, to be We have good farms lor sale on known as the poor-houlong timc.nt bargains in DnvlchS.Ohio sold at once by order of Court. Pntt nnd McLean counties cheaper than of it is timbered. This is part oi the larnt, We will anyone else will sell you. I. P Mohton, exchange any firm we have for othCoin's E P. Nkai., ers. E. W. Foui), 53 acres, 4 miles from llnrtfrnl on Oweusboro road, for bale nt f 10 per se poor-house New Calicoes, new Perc.ds, GingYou tent year alter year, and have when you get through. The hams and Sulkolineut Carson &Co's. no faun landlord has your money nnd the farm For the best attention and a good nt the end of the year. We ofler j on friuare feed for your horse, patronize Ohio River Bottom land, in Ballard Field's Livery Slable. county, one of the bist counties in There are two little boys nt the Kentucky, on the following reasonacounty poor house who can be ndopt-e- d ble terms: by reliable patties. Apply to 50 acres at $14 00 per acre . . 700 00 e commissioners. 00 50 Cash 25 o First year 50c per acre All persons knowing themselves to Second year, $1 00 pel ncie . 50 00 be indebted to me by note or recount Third yenr, $ 2 00 per ncto . . 100 ix will please call and settle same, and Fouith year, ft 50 per tine . u$ greatly oblige, D. MillocKKR. C. O. C. C, Fifth yenr, $3 00 per acre . . 150.00 & tf Sixth year, f j 00 periacre . . 20000 Yrlltiw Jni'K Hilled. Candy cathattlc kills Cascarets. Total cost of 50 acres . . . $700.00 This land produced the past season Yellow Jack wherever they find him. of 1896, 80 bushels of corn per acre, No one who takes Cascarets regularly and 5 actes of Early Rose Potatoes nnd systematically is in dauger from the dreadful disease. Cascarets kills bushprodcued 2,000 bushels, 10 acres of Prior Yellow fever germs in the bowels anil els to the acre. Tobacco made an average of 1,200 ptevent newones from breeding. 10c. 10 4t pounds to the acre, which brought in 25c. 50c. all diuggibts. and lugs; H the maiket $5 for leaf Milncre of late cabbage biought $50, sold at Cairo. Vou can raise twice as much on a good bottom fatm as in the hills, nnd your land don't wash away or wear Kcmt Whou you services family residenceyesterdayat 3 o'clock p m.. after which the remains were interred at Oakwood Cemetery. She leaves a mother, a husband and five small dhildreu to mourn her departure. The family has the sympathy of the entire town in their sad be- Bell died Wednesday of Funeral diseases. from the were conducted J. reavement. One dark bay mare ... poor-hous- cdu Coal at Dr. ler's Bank at 3c per bushel. 4t E. Miller ncre. For plat and further particulars apply L. Freeman Little, over Bank Commerce, or Hufrh A. VllH1ms, Weak Lungs Hot weather won't cure weak lunga. . You may feel better because out of doors more, but the trouble Is still there. Don't stop taking your 2i4tf Third Street, Owtnsboio, Uooil liir Mr. IYc. Ky ficer more tli 111 l.e due in prosecu tltitf vlilai Inn it "if liquor law. He has not lot the nst nveiil years Inr as indulged in lliu liquor huliit I know, Bnd I hive wdlelied him closely. He his the reputation here of being a sober, and I believe a christian gentlciuHii. W-r-y Owrnsuouo, Ky., Oct. 4. 1897 w M. Likens, F.qr. Dear Sir: I notice some time ago with regret a severe nttack on Mr. Noe, in the c dtimns of The Gleaner. I desire to i.ny to you thnt I have known Mr Noe lor mote than fifteen years. I knew biiu as an officer while I was sheriff of Dtvless County, nnd he win attentive to his dutles.nnd wltluny it o ig I'n h bltlon sentiments, I won ! not ak of nil of- Scott's Emulsion because the weather happens to be warm. If you have a weak throat, a slight hacking cough, or some trouble with the bronchial tubes, summer 13 the best time to get rid of It. If you are losing flesh there Is all the more need of attention. Weakness about the chest and thinness should never go together. One greatly Increases the danger of the other. Heal the throat, cure the cough, and strengthen the whole system now. Keep taking Scott's Emulsion all summer. druggists at sea and Si.o r uli by V U repect'ul'y, J M Holmes.. The program published last week about the Bufoid Teachers meeting should be the 161I1 instead of the 19th of October, I Nltnyril or Nioleii hands high, black mane and tall, good eyes about years old, tiot shod. Gaits foxs Judge Jas.F. Carson, by special 12 trot and racks. White spots on midatinvitation, is in Kvansville dle of neck on both sides; some white tending the Business Men's Associaforehead. Disappeared hairs in tion. Wednesday night. Any information Everyone desires to keep informed leadiug to her recovery will be reBbn Rogers. on Yukon, the Klondykc and Alaskan warded by Render, Ky. gold fields. Send 10c. for large Compendium of vast information and big l'roirrfuii color map to Hamilton Pub. Co , Ins Of Teachers'. Association of Cromdiannpolis, Ind. well Magisterial District, to be held Dr. W. S. Willlnms.of Uuiontovvn, at Oak grove school house Satuiday, was iu town this week. He left Thurs- Oct. 23, 1S97: Devotional exercises, 10 a. m. day for Nashville, where he will attend the lectures during the wiuter Rev. T. R. Taylor. Welcome Admonths, so as to further perfect him- dress, F. L. Sanderfur. Response, E, P. Taylor. Composition, its imporself for his chosen profession. tance, Miss Siddie Davidson. MethThe contract to erect the new coun- ods of teaching history, A. C. Crow-de- r ty house was let Monday to Taylor & and Miss Sophia Davidson, Select Co., of Beaver Datn, for the consider- reading, Miss Hortense Rogers. ation of $2 000. The building will Noon, 1:30 p. m. Penmanship, be erected at once and when completWaneti Willis and p. O, Daugheitv. ed will be quite an addition to the Address, Superintendent Z H. Shultz. county's property. An essay, Miss Maggie Paxton. Exercises by Prof. Saudeifur's school, Old Aunt Milly Tinsley.of color, of I. Langford. How near Bed a, died at her home list Sat- Hyiegenc, Dr. L. to secure good order, Henry Leach urday of old age. She was born in The Mind; an Virginia iu the early part of this cen- nnd Birch JShields. address by Prof. Oznn Shultz How to tury and came to Kentucky when teach civics, W. A. Miller arid V. L. but n small girl, consequently was Eveiy-bod- y Sanderfur. Miscellaneous. one of the oldest, if not the oldest invited nnd all teachars In the woman iu the county. She was well expected to attend. liked as was attested by th lnige district are Burcii S111KI.DS, V, P. nudiencc who osicuibled to hear Rev. Miss Macgib Paxton, Sec'y. White preach her luncral nnd see her remains consigned to their last restto citiii: a coi,i in o.vi; hay ing place. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine nu t't'iiiN. All Druggists relund the mon6 6 mo. For a limited time 99 cents will pay ey if it fails lo Cure. 25c. for one doeu cabiuet'Siis photos at Ilrillrmloii. Scluoetcr's Floating Studio. On the fifth Sunday in this month IM1I1II0 Nriiltlitxr. the new Church house at Mt. 'Aon Hon. C. M. Harnett will speak at Baptist Church will be dedicated by the following times and places: Rev, Dr. Coleman, of Hartford, at 11 Taylor Mines, Wed., Oct, 20 7 p.m. o'clock a. The people of this iu. Mcllenry, Thnrsdny.Oct. 21 7 p m. community have done nobly in the Hamilton, Friday, Oct 22 7 p. 111. erection of this new nnd comodious Uchols, Saturday, Oct. 23 7 p, tu church edifice for the worship of AlRock port, Monday, Oct. 25 1 p. iu, mighty G 1 and now take pleasure Cernlvo, Tuesday, Oct. 27 1 p m. in inviting the public generally, and Siualllious, Wed., Oct. 27 1 p. tu. neighboring churches and minisCenteitowu,Thursday,Oct.28 ip 111. the ters of all denominations especially to Magau, Friday, Oct. 29 1 p m. witli them on this Foidsvllle,Satuiday,Oct 30 1 p. in, come and rejoice Ample provisions will be " " 7 p, ui. occasion. Deanefield, " served on the grounds to dine all who Hon. J. S. R. Wedding will address came, and all who reside sufficiently the voters of Ohio county at the fob. close ore respectfully requested to lowing times and places,, biing liberally filled bashets of pro- Davidson Station, Oct 20 at 1 p m. visions. Sulphur Springs at night. Disease often lurk in the blood beBeaver Dam, Oct. 23d, at night. Fordsville, Oct 26th, nt night. fore they openly manifest themselves. Mcllenry, Oct 30, at night, Theiefoie keep the blood pure with Centetlown, Nov I, nt night. Hood's Satsapnrllln, Tab-lect- that but forthe Populist vote last fall Bryan and his party would have been completely buried and would not have carried more than dozen states, while in Kentucky free silver Democrats without his aid, would have lost every member of Congress. Mr. Bailey was introduced by Hon. C. M. Barnett, and spoke in nnswer to Mr. Parker for two hours. His splendid personal appearance and magnetic voice soon cautrht the crowd. and but for the withdrawal of a few free silver Democrats, who probably did not want to hear the truth, he was given close attention througout his speech. Tie showed the falacies of free silver and fiat money, and con-- " clusively proved that it was not of money, but money in circulation that brings good times. History shows that the way to bring about this in the United States, is to keep upon a protective tariff basis, keep the work shops open, enterprises of every kind in operaflon, causing rapid circulation of money, and as a necessary consequence good prices fould prevail. He pointed to the present prices oi farm products and compared tfiem in a convincing manner to priqes under a Democratic tar-if- l, only one year ago, when free claimed that all low prices were caused by the lack oi silver. He defended the Repudlican Administration in an able manner, showing that thousands of dollars had been saved the tax payers since Republicans came into power and that the issue of bonds and the raise in taxes had been made necessary by a Democratic debt of over two millions of dollais, was inherited from former Democratic Administrations in Kentucky. Both Bailey and Parker handled the Louisville Dispach'without gloves and convicted it of falsehood without number. This was Mr. Bailey's first visit to Ohio county and he made a splendid impression among our people. Mr. Parker has been here many times nnd stauds high with all classes of people and especially among his Populist brethren, tor whom he has never failed to come and labor when they called upon Honor ltoll, After using a 10 cent trial size of The following pupils of the Hnyti him. Ely's Cream Balm you will be sure colored school were enrolled ou the to buy the 50 cent size Cream Balm ' honor roll for) month ending October Tliry nre On Top, has no equal in curing catarrh and The fanners of this country are de- cold in bead. Ask your druggists for the 4th 1897: First; filth class, Eidson, Second, fifth class cidedly on top at the preseLt time, or it or send 10 cents to us. Mubel Parks. Fuurth class, Myrtle if they are not there now, they are in ELY BROS., 56 Warren St., N. Y. Hines and Gertie Chinn. Third n good condition to soon get to that I suffered from Catarrh three years; I class, Mathlee Parks. enviable place. They nre getting it got so bad I could not work ; I used R. D. Nkwton, such prices for their products as they two bottles ot Ely's Cream Balm and Principle. have not gotton belorc for years. am entiiely well; I would not be There is not a single thing thnt they without it A, C. Clarke, 341 Shaw-m- ut W. H. PALMER, grow out of the ground that they canAve., Boston. WATERLOO, IOWA. not sell for n big price and for which Nervous "8ad From tho Horrori of Ntrvlnt, Proi- they cannot get the cash in hand. Slirnltliii;. tratlon" by Dr. Milet The following is the list of speakWheat is going ofl at a dollar a bushel, potatoes are worth the same, corn ings arranged for the county candiis selling for a a big price, hogs and dates and as agreed to by the chairbeef cattle are selling for more than men of the different committees: Oct. 15. Rosine, Friday. for yeats, hides and tallow are nwny " 15 Mount Pleasant at night. up yonder, wool Is now at a price that " 16. Horse Branch Saturday. it pays the farmer to raise it, while Witness our signatures. This Aug. the sheep upon which it grows, finds 30, 1897. John P, Morton, n ready sale at a big price for mutton Ch'iu, Republican Com. And tobacco, ' whv it hag rone In n ) " , Rowan IIoi.hro.ik, figure that it is a surprise to the man j Ch'm. Democratic Pom. raises it. ine tanner Had not that J. J Brac&n, dreamed that he would ever again see Ch'm. People's Party Com. tobacco ngnlti in this world. tf $10.00 Eggs, chickens, butter and garden truck, in fact nny and every thing JA H. 1IEAVRIN & CO., Prop's. that the farncr can produce ate bringtw COUUII docs not always ludlcaU -Mr. W. Hi rainier, ot conmimptloa. ing prices such as had not been ) A I Waterloo, Iowa, wrltoii! "I was taUen G, S. HALEY. olorka thought ol foryears. It Is the farmers F. H. HEAVniN, I with a nerrous strletuto ot tho bronchial day to smile. He is either on top or tubes, which developed luto nervous prostration, I was so weak I could not sit up. I will soon be there. For years he has -- NEW' got nu sleep tor dnys except when undor the had discouragement, but now has iiinn.ni.nl ,.,! ta. Vnp fmip inotitlil I suf fered ucoulea and prayed that I might die come his day of prosperity. We reUDU uu hv rest, vug with those who rejoice. If the joice physician said I had Dr. '' farmer is prosperous, then do we well consumption, for I had Oi' MuW' a cough that gavo ma know that we may be able to reap 701 to 715 W. Markot St. Nervine no rest. Ilut a good some of that prosperity. This is a LOUISVILLE, KY. old pbyslclaa whos fUttOTM great agricultural country, and the medicine nq rauea, , Health advUed me to use Dr. j world is looking to the Uulted States MtlrtiMlastoratl VB porday, supply of something to Rntoa $1.00 Hn,l tli&t it has brlttht- for its future Ma.in anti r timnlf Reduction by tho tho wook eocd my days, lengthened my Itfo and saved eat, We honestly believe that the mo from tho horrorsof nervous proatrstlou.' future for the fanner is brighter than Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold by alfdrug-gUfrom nil depoti pass tho we ever saw it before. It is his lot to Street cars under a posltlvo guarantee, flrttboHls benefits or money refunded. Ilonlc on Hoatt Mad! door. In center of wholesale mid to feed the nations of the cnitli and Nsrves sent free to all applicants. 11 ly bacco trade, houvllle Hustler, UU. NILEa MEM0AL CO. Elkhart, lad. vol-um- ns first-clastes Ml.'. II lit II. CI) This itiominK iA ihi. us time we Away. have been nbli to ticitd n u'tt tiuth fot some iuomIis. Bro. Untuii llnwLt- - fill.d tlie pulAIIT ANI TAJil'T WOlllf. .MtSi:ilT IIIIVIirN, IKMIi: It VI, I.Ml. pit hete Suii'lny in the toe ce of Bro. Kelly A lmge corgirgaliun Mrs. Nclln editor of the wau present mill wil ort Humid. Home, has published n new edition Mr. Joel IJIituiit- hi Uin on the of her popular pook, "fancy work nnd art decorations," that gives prac- sick list for Itveiiil )r.jn. The little nt p 1.1 cni.o bus about tical instructions for making dollies, table covers, scarfs, tray clotln, pin been mnde iutoiiioliiM(.i. cushions. St etc , etc , with filly ilMr. John Junta, t f l oidM'tlle. nnd lustrations. This book together with Hamuibin,' tl Louis"Nutfciy Rhymes " n large 16 page, Mis, pamphlet with a handsome colored ville ate vMtinjf in till iiiligbor-hood- . design of the old woman who lived inn shoe, und successlul homedyeln, Hogl.ujtrrt, thetp buy. re, tattle will be sent free to any reader of the buyers h.tvc itbout puich.iitil nil the RitrunucAN who forwards the following coupon to Wells, Richardson & loose stock in this mighhoihood at Co , Burlington, Vt. fair prices Such things as lhte never happened under Dtmo COUPON This entitles nny reader of the crnllc rule; some few f.re s gnngreen-e- d to one copy of "Fancy with prtjud'ce tint they contend Work and Art Decorations," "Nur-lerthnt lis'.esure no belter. The fellow Rhymes," and "Successful that contends that times am no bitHome Dyeing." ter is either vciy utiwifc or a demaThe above liberal ( fTer is made to advertise the old reliable Diamond gogue. The Democrats tuet'nt tluford SatDyes, nnd to get their book upon home dyeinginto the hands of women uiday night to revive their dying who want to dress well by making spirits. Boss Holbrook and B. D. their old clothing look like new. Diamond Dyes have special dyes Ringo were ptcscnt and wctc inquirfor cotton, diflerent from those that ing very solicitous for their flocks, are used for wool, and are the only wanting each one located that ho package dye- - on the runrkct that can might receive the proper attention. be relied upon to give colors that will They want the name of every Renot fade or crock. The fact that Diamond Dyes have been the standard publican, Democrat nnd doubtful perhome Dyes for nearly twenty years son and especially the floaters; yet and thnt their sale Increases from these gentlmcn are running n camyear to year, is proof poiitve that paign oi honor. It is very nppatent they never have had an equal. to these gentlemen that when they dealt with a few of the would be leaders of the Populists to deliver the rank nnd file ot that party Into their hands, they were not dealing with the proper authority.These bosses cannot deliver the goods, hence they must seek other fields iu which HOItNi: IIIIANC1I. to perpetrate their fiendish schemes. Everybody are all smiles ths morn We notic that the Herald says that ingover having a good shower of thay have the votes and that they rain. must get them out, nnd that every There was a Sundiy School organman on the fusion tickit is worthy of ized here last Sunday. Mr. W. B. support. Nutz was chosen Superintendent and Yes, Mr. Jnkie Rowe is a Mr. S. D. Morgan was chosen As- fair specimen of the honor of which sistant Superintendent. May it live you spoke. His honor is about equal long and be a success. to the general principles of DemocraDr, J. L. Lynch and wife have re- cy, and this is a lair specimen of the turned from Grayson county after a Herald's veracity. Tell a few more stay of a couple of weeks, visiting of that kind and the people will soon friends and relatives. The doctor is believe you are liable to bend the boklng well and has resumed his truth. Ivan Todd. practice again. t'lCKAI.VO.' Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Rogers went to Mr. Bud Hill and Miss Mnttie Mat-theHorton Saturday on a visit. were married Wednesday OcG. B. Thomson and family and Mr. tober the 6th, nt the home of the and Mrs. W. Myrtle have returned bride's parents. May the flowers ot from Louisville, where they have peace and prosperity bloom in their been for the past ten days purchasing pathway. goods. The public school at this place Mrs. J. P. Chapman, of Beaver opened the 4U1 inst. with Prof T. H. Dam, has returned home after a short Wood teacher. stay with her husband, who is foreMiss Norma Miluer died nt her man of the section on the I, C. R. R home last Friday. Norma was in at this place. the 15th year of herageand lefta host Several of our citizens attended the of friend and relatives to mourn her fair at Owensboro last week. departure. s Willie Cole has opened a Miss Lizzie Garrett, of BeaverDam, black-smi- th wood and .shop at this visited here last week. place. This is something we have Born, to the wife ot Mr.P. L. Wood, long needed. on September the 16, a girl. Our hustling hotel man, Mr. S. D. Miss Etta Milner is visiting her Morgan, has again opened his lunch parents here. staud and is prepared to feed the pub J Mr. V. D. Fulkerson returned lie. from Louisville nnd Oweusboro Much is being said about selling Thursday. liquor here, but as yet no one has We had a good shower of rain Monattetutcd to get license. day; the first lor n number of weeks. Mr. Willie Likens, editor of the Louis. Beaver Dam Gleaner, was In town Vilipre llcnllli Jlny He Monday In the interest of his paper. Tills Tell Foil ml. Wale 'eraup Willie, and we will Aud that is more important than have to say amen. making money. If your blood is imThe time is drawing near wheu the pure, Hood's Sarsapatllla is the medcounty candidates will be with us. icine for you. It cures scrofula, salt Boys, all come out on the 16th and rheum, rheumatism, catairh and all hear them try to explain how Mr. other diseases originating in or proMillet stands if you can, and if he moted by impure blood and low state is wrong let us try and set him right, of the system. for the reason that it takes him 18 Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy years to make a confssion alter he is wiong, as he said in a speech at Hor- to operate. Cure indigestion, head-- , ton, if I mistake not, that he had ache. voted the Republican ticket for that and Wbtiker Ilablts cured at home withlong, knowing that he was wrong all out rain. Book ol pr- the time. Can, we risk such men? I BU.WOOLLKY.ILD. answer no. Reuukn. Ttmicoi(HN.i'rjorsc Thrco Valuable Books Given Daj-Ril- t, 1 y Subscribe for The Republican and keep up with the times. OPIUM Ma-liu- da w II HUM HOTEL, i' I U ing we shall fall behind the best unless wc nre willing tonvatl ourselves ol I'RIDAY, 0CT01115R is, 1897. every possible help. Tne notable housekeepers of the past had their Nhrrp nil I'nrni. training in the home. The tendency The tatin lias fcttlcJ the question today is to look to the schools for ol sheep raising nnd wool growing Whenever nt home or school with larmeta nudfljck masters The in these days ol complex life, the despised sheep is niraln respected and work should be doue somewhere. will tnkcits plnecniuong the valuable There has been n lament that our Stock on the (arm. educated women, our college women, Many f.uiners who had ptttei with nre miwillini; to undertake household their Mocks, nnd nre consequently duties. U it not partly because ol without sheep, nre now ready to pur this very feeling tint the work in the chase again nt higher prices than they work in the home requires no prepasold. ration, nnd can be done as well by Those who Inve taken care of their the untrained nnd even ignorant wosheep in the interval, luve not only man as by the most educated? Theie been same financially, but arc now nre no talents too vnried, no education ready to supply their more unfortu too complete, no training to perfect, nate brethren The danger now is that to find use nnd exercise in household sheep raising will be ovtrdone and aflairs. that the country will have and over Mrs Lincoln's receipt for potted production of sheep and wool. Rut ham is to take the fragments ofle-- n this will correct itself in time. We cold boiled ham, allow one fourth have always advised the keeping of oart fat, chop very fine and pound to nt lead a'slnall flock of sheep on any j a paste. Season highly with mus farm where it can be done. This is tard and cayenne, nud pack closely in often of value to the farmer indepsud. small cups or the marmalade j irs ent of the price ol wool. Put the jars in a steamer nnd heat lor The check in the prosperity of the half an hour. Then press the meat farmer which is now closing, has led down ngain nnd cover with hot bacon to much thinking on the whole sub- or ham fat which has been claiified. ject cf nil iarm products, and those This will keep several weeks. Rewho have studied their lesson well, are move the fat before taking the meat now prepared to profit by what they from the jar. For sandwiches break have learnr d. up n poition ol the meat with n fork One thing that has been made es nud mix it with part curpscially prominent, and which should rant or some acid jelly, then spend on not now beforgotton, is, that farming thin slices ol bread, put two together, nnd stock raising must be conducted nud cut into triangles. on business principles; and that the Ymir Iluy Muni l.ltc 11 Jlomli. haphazard farmer is always in danSo Mr. Gilman Brown, ol South ger of being left. This is especially Gardner, Mass., was told by the doctrue of stock raising, and with sheep tors. His son had Lung trouble, fothere is no exception. With sheep llowing Typhoid Malaria, and he spent aland dairy cattle the larger profits s three hundred and ways come'from the careful adaptation with doctors, who finally gave him ol the stock to the farms and to the up, saying: ' Your boy wont live it markets where products are to be month." He tried Dr. King's New sold. Discovery and a lew bottles testored Sheep are especially sensitive to the him to health and enabled him to go kind ol soil from which they are to to work a perfectly well man. He feed. Some are better adapted to upsays he owes his present good health lands or hills, and others to lower to use of Dr. King's New Discovery, grounds and richer pastures. Some and knows it to be the best in the are better adapted to produce good world for Lung trouble. Trial boU mutton, others to produce finer and ties freeat J. II. Williams Drug Store. larger fleeces of higher pi iced wool. Success in farming, as in any other The farmer's land and his markets for mutton and wool and the special business, depends upon the pretenattentiou he can give his flock, should tion of waste. It is a waste of land to determine for him the kind of sheep give it only half the cultivation it he should select for the beginning of needs; it is a waste of feed to give it a new flock. Almost any kind that to a poor animal; it is a waste of time can live on his farm and under his to spend it hall doing- a thing. If the care, may pay expenses; but only the wasted land now given ovi r to weeds best breeds and those best adapted to or only half cultivated the wasted his circumrtances will afloid the most crops only pattially gathered the profit, nnd these are the kinds he wasted feed improperly feed, were utilized to their fullest extent another should purchase for a starter. Sheep nnd chickens when once es- hundred million dollars cou'd easily tablished on a hum, hold their place be added to the income of the farmers lor a long time. The more necessity, of this country. therefore, for making good selections Well Sunt. man should in the beginning The Republicans cf the city ol New determine beforehand what he intends York, in convention assembled, made to trj to do, nnd then make his choice this declaration ot their position and ol breed in accordance with his plans, principles: nnd work toward the end in view. "We endorse the patriotic and sucSheep and chickens may seem side cessful administration ot William stock raising to larmsrs who raise Hewasttuly the 'advance cam and wheat by the hundreds of agent of prosperity.' acres, but they olten prove that the "We congratulate the people upon profits from these side stock raisings the passage of a Republican Piotec-tiv- e add much to the pin money of the Tariff bill and point to the revivfirmer's wife, and to the ready cash al of business here and thioughout of the faimer himself, and that the the country as the first ft u its of its time and expense used in lurnishing enactment. No duty can be more oba small herd of good sheep or a flock vious than that if the people of this of good chickens lor his wile nnd famcommercial city to sustain the party ily tu cate for, pay better than any which has so swiftly and completely olhei investments in time or money, rescued the country from the finanhe Ins ever made on his (arm. II the cial distress into which it had been largest profit is to result, the best plunged by Democratic follies." breeds must be selected and the best caie must be used to accomplish what you have undertaken. Select your sheep with care and HAVE NOT DECLINED IN IOWA SINCB judgement, and they will soon pay 18C0. expenses. Farm News. Decllno of ftondnn lrlce of Wheat Due tu Decreud Co.t of Transportation. I lirniitc .Maliirlii. Crime uf 1873" Had No Effect Upon The symptoms are: cold, sticky 1'rlcM Jfo Ktlilence That Gold I In- sweats, tired out feelings, chilly feeIn Valao rrofewsor Klpher'a J lings alternating with hot flashes, For 1'olltlcal CourluslonXo coated tongue, bad breath, dzy head lly.tcrli.. nud dull headache, loss of appetite, Tlie rent griovanco of the sllveritcs heavy, untefreshing sleep, tinging in appreciated the ears, brown moving specks be- tigaiust koIiI is that it has in vuluo sineo 187a and that it will buy Of course 110 one has fore the ejes. too mucli, or, as they prefer to stato it, tdl these symptoms at ouce, but they prices nru too low. If it bo truo that tho will come, one niter the other, mnk-in- g gold dollar is increasing in valuo from year to year, than this grievauco is a the victim hu'eou-d- j miserable. appreciation real Pe in 11a This does one, especiallyu if tho ruto of interThe lemedy is not result in lower remedy quickly restores the appetite, est or is not compensated for in eomo wlun new blood is marie, strength other wny Bccuno prices of manufactured artircturius lelreshing (deep, new cour- cles liavu fallen siuco 1873 and London age and goo uatuie c lines b ick , one prices of Kniiu uro now lower tha silver-Ite- s by one. Lile id wot Hi living again. usually tako It for granted and on 111 liria. found money men loo often concede it Send lor Ire? that gold has appreciated. Ouo great wilt ten by Dr. tlartiu in A Hress factor, labor, is nenrly always omitted The Pvjriiu Driiir Mtnutacturlu,? in (Into discussions, nud yet it is perC)., Columbus, Ohio. haps ns important as all other factors Hartford Republican. tendency nud distinctly higher than during tho war. Tho prioo of roru hns fluctuated aronnd mi nvcrago of about i)8 rents ntul that of outs nround nu nvetagoof about 80 cents'. This does not menu that ut various times tho dally quotations mny not havo been much lower. In 1801, for example, during August uud September, tho pricoof oats wi'S 10 cents per bushel. TlioMmllnrlty between tho slope of tho curves forcoru and outs Is very striking. Fig. 0 nhows tho Dnbuquo "Outtle. prico of cnttlo per huudrcdweight from 1801 to 1803. From 1801 to 1804 tho nuiiual nvcrago was n littlo less than $3. From 1800 to 1803 tho prico was very steady nt about $3.40 excoptlng during tho period from 1880 to 1886, when pricesvoro nbuorninlly high, to $8.80 in 1883. Here, ns in tho other rates, tho wnr prices wcro tho lowest. Tho highest prices voro not but niuo years nftcr, tho crinio. "Hogs. Fig. 7 shows tho Dubuque prico of hogs. Compared with subsequent prices, tho wnr prices for hogs wero better than iu nny of tho other commodities. Tho demand for army supplies may perhaps account for this. Prices during 1808-- nnd 1870 wcro abnormally high. Sinco thnt timo thoy bnvo shown no tendency to oithcr riso or fall. They havo lluctuatcd around an uvcrngu of nbout $4. SO per hundredran-nlnge, 9 n dlstluut rise from 1H01, but nftcr 1807 the prices uf botli linvo boon practically ccti'tniit, Willi perhaps n slight upward which prevents dines-tlo- n and permits food to ferment and pulrlfy In the stomach. Then follow dizziness, headaclio. Is caused by torpid liver, Biliousness Pills - General Directory. STATU 01'PICIAI.S. Governor William O. Umilloy. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth iiitriun. AN OPEN VK ARE ASSERTING nervousness, and, it not relieved, bilious fever or blood poisoning. Hood's rills ttlmuUto tlio stomach. rouse the liver, euro heailarhe, dizziness, etc. sa cents, sotil hy alt ilruccMs. The only ruts to tako with 1100U3 SarsaparilU. Insorolna, Hood's ccrotnryof Stato Attorney General Auditor-Samuel Charles Finloy. Wt S. Taylor. EXCLUSIVE weight "Butter nnd Eggs. Fig. 8 shows tba Dubuquo prico of butter nud Fig. 9 the prico of eggs. Hero also the lowest prices wero during tho war, nud in both oases tticro is n marked rising tendency from start to finish." "If gold bas bceu increasing iu vnlue by reason of tho so called crimoof 1873, theso quotations ehould show a decrease in prico dating from 1873. Tho farmer has been told that this state of affairs exists, but it is the prico of wheat in Liverpool or London that has been appealed to for proof of this decrease. Iu order to detect nny chaugo dating from n 1873, It is necessary to uako tho cover at least ten years prior to 1873. Tho results nro shown in tho diagrams which follow. They show at a glauco how prices havo been changing and how they havo been affected by the events of 1873. Fig. 8 represents tho rrico "Wheat. iu Dubuquo from 1801 to 1803. Tho averago annual prico iu gold of wheat during tho Uvo years ending iu 18G5 was about 00 cents. This covered tho period of tho wnr. During tho period from 1800 to 1885, tho annual averages fluctuated between 03 cents and $1.30. Tbero was no general riso or fall. Thero wero simply fluctuations up nnd down. From 1886 to 1803 tho prices havo been moro steady and lower than during the preceding interval, but with an upward, teudoncy. Thoy wero, howover, nearly down to war prices. Thero is certainly nothing which indicates that anything happened in 1878 which affected tho prico of wheat From that data to 188S the general tendency of prices was distinctly upward. No person not prcvi-onsacquainted with tho diagram could pick out the year 1873 it the dates wcro removed from tho diagram. When too inauy peoplo raiso wheat, tho prico is low. If wheat commands a high price, by reason of a short crop, moro peoplo begin to raiso wheat, tho price gradually falls, and people gradually stop raising wheat. Suddenly u short crop may again raUe prices to an extent that will agaiu increase tho number of wheat growers. The averago prico of wheat at Dubuque during this entire interval has been i'J cent?, 'ihls prico has been so nearlv reached rccentlv that it is hardly profitable to spcculato about the causes which produced tho low prices of wheat during tho paulo and hard times beginning in 1303. But it does seem unreasonable to nttributo it to a crimo said to have been committed 23 years ago and which few people considered criminal livo years ago. Mr. Bryan ovideutly hud not discovered this crimo ou March 10, 181)3. Professor Nipher then quotes London prices of wheat and shows that they havo declined faster than Iown prices mainly becauso of reduced cost of transportation. Ho niyH that "without doubt tho future prico ot wheat will bo determined by tho amount of wheat grown and the ability of people to pay for it." Ho draws tho following conclusion: "In not one of those diagrams is there tho slightest indication of a fulling or! in prico dating from 1873, nor is thero tho slightest feature to indicate that tho year 1873 bus any significance whatever iu our commercial history. In not ono of theso diagrams could nny person pick out the year 1873 if tho '. i wcro removed. What ground hav.' we, then, for asserting that prices havo fallen by reason of tho crimo of 1873? What is this grand display of political hysterica all about? "From 1801 to 1803 tbo farmers in Iowa wcro gotting on tho averago slightly increasing prices for tholr produce. This was certainly truo of produce which was not forced to seek foreign exam-inntiolr d-- one-fourt- h When Henj mini I'roiiklin wrote a ponny saved is a penny earned,' I imagine that he hid not mean n penny skimps? from our dally living n t or Ironi our necessities That "a penny saved," in the best sentc of the word, it is n penny stolen from yourself. A penny saved is a penny soured from waste. An hour takiti from nttdid sleep, is not an hour s.ived, but nn hour stolen, an hour nnd turned to tnkcti from idle some good accjuut that h an hour saved. And it is the same wny with our monty end pinduets. Tliete is no economy in self denial. It it the duty ol eveiy mnn nnd woman to lie tbe iullist end best life possible; to get the fullest nrd best life possible; to get the most they can out ol lift; to nouiisht the body nnd mind and soul, and to develop them to the highest possiclc degree. This can not be done by "skimping " A fuller, freer life is what we need. Economy is necessaiy, but we must not mistake what economy is. We must save the wastes; slop the leaks, put our but having saved, we iiiu-tsavings to son e good use. else we are like the miser with his gold, n detti-meto society instead ol a god. g-- Geo. W. Long. Commissioner ol A rienUura, llor HiutistiLS l.ueua iunI tioiil'uro Moore. Sjvrintoiulcnt IVibllc lustriiction-Ge- n M. DavUon. Register Land Ofilce Wins. O. Reynold. Insurance Uureuii Conitnisslotur-- D W. Comingore. Adjutant General I). It Collier. Mrs. Mnry Drown SiHte Librarian ll.Stono. " IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE USE OF THE WORD "OASTORIA," AND PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK. To LEI FER MOTHERS. ,, WTtSSw: Treasurer Day. ltAIUtOAI) COMMI9SIONKU9. Jnn C. Wood, chairman; J. F. Denipsey. H. S. Irwin. Secretary Samuel F. Drown. CONOltKH'lOS'Ab. of Hyanms, Massachusclls, PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the samo war the orl'nalor of" ilia- has boi.ic and docs now , ,- -' on every wrapper. beat the facsimile signature of This is the original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which ha3 been used in tho homesjf the Mothers of America for over thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY at tho wrapper and see that it is on w the hind you havo always bought l wrapand has the signature of per. No one has authority from mo to use my name except The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, CMTaf Aril's, 1S97. Q&L&-- . Senators Hon. William C. Lindsay. Hon. W. J. Dcboe. 'Representative Fourth District Hon. D. H. Smith. STATU Do Not Be Deceived. Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a c'leap substitute which some druggist may offer you (b ause he makes a few more pennies on it), the n limits of which even lie does not know. in-g- I.KaiSI.ArifllK. Ion. A. D. James. Senator Representative Ohio County Hfjii. C. M. Daructt. "The Kind You Have Always Bought" OHIO COUNTY. Hon W. T. Owen, Judge- - Owens boro. Hon. J. Edwin Howe, Attorney- Utvcnsboio. ClItCUlT COUHT. T. II. Hlack, Jailer -- Hnrtfonl. Harttniil. . B. Likens, Clerk B. D. U'tiigo, Master Commissioner Hartford. G. B Likens, Trustee .Jury Fiiml Hnrtfonl. Cal. P. Kcown, Sheriff-Hnrtf- onl. Deputies Samuel Keowu Hnrtfonl Fordsvilli1; Thus. B. .Too Hoberts, Bishop, Centertownj S. T. Stevens, Cromwell. Lyc FAC-SIMIL- BEARS THE E SIGNATURE OF Insist on Having The Kind That Never Tailed You. tNI CtNTAUM COMMIT, tf MtfrAV tTHIIT. Nt VQAM CITT. seventy-fivedollar- If the latmers cf knows what's good what will put more money in their pockets than nny other one thing raised on a iarm they will turn their attention to raising sheep and wool, nnd the sooner they stait nt it the better. Try a lew ewes this fall. Get the best you can obtain. Use a good ram and save your ewe lambs Sheep pay ioa per cent and n good demand lor them the the year round. Don't T(jlccoSltu(l Sninle Ohio ciuntv for thfin and Court convenes first Momluy in Marcli and August and continues three weeks, nnd third Monday in Mny und November two weeks. COUNTY COIIIST. frf. !. liii! f mm ' w w x John P. Morton. Judge Hnrtfonl. D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hnrtloni. K. P. Ncnl, Attoriiey-HartfnCourt conveues first Muuday each month. nl. vL 1 1 FOR .vfOLyjW1xJPte liVEKY member of i:'i:UV family nn KVEHY Inrm, in KVKKY village, in HVKUY Stute nmi Territory. QUAisrr.m.Y COUItT. Bccins on the third Monday January, April, July nnd October. Convenes first Monday iu January, nnd Tuesday after the seond Monday in October. OTIIF.It COURT OI CLAIMS. loor lafe To quit tobacco easily and forever, bo ma,? netic. lull of ll(c, nerve aud vigor, take tliatmalios weak men strong All druggists, Ke or tl. Curcruarun-tcc- d HooUct and samtle free. Aililrcss Sterling Hcmedy Co, Chicago or New York. inif. $ 1 1' 1 1 county The banks of the River ju-- t ba'.ow the b'idge nre bting graded down preparatory to thelaying ol a pontoon bridge, alter which Hie bridge will be torn down and moved to Barnetts Creek, when n new anil mote substantial structure will bs built here A Local Disease A Climatic Affection Sulphur Springs. N. C. Daniel, Assessor Uron- veil. Hart-lor- d. Z. H. Shultz, SrhoolSupt. G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor - omni:i. yS nl' -,c3-- Education, Nublu Manhood, FOU Tine Womanhocil. L. W. Huut, Coroner Sulphur Springs. (J. It. Campbell, Poorhnuse Keeper, Hnrtfonl. CATARRH ' j Nothing but n lo cil remeuy 01 change ol climatt will cure it Ge' a well knowi if medy, II j N t'rrnni Ilxlm Ah- It i.iim-1 phnrmncbutica tnm COLD N i JUSTICF' roilKTS. A. S. Aui.i. March a, June 1, SepWotuiiiHuTilK liKl'UULlCAN tember J, December 1. JontB. Vh.8'n Match C, June 5, TIM BUN E. both papers Sentember 4, December ). 'ooi)WAtii -, March C. L. Junell,Se)temher 10, Jah. A. Bowiki March 20 June A(lilie ull orders tu tho 19. Seiitenibcr Irt, December lfi. June Marcn '). B. F. GitAVES 20, September '23, December, 241- gives till important news of tho Nation. iirlnnt i ewsol the W M. 1 1' gives the .'ioit reliable market repurti!. )' ' gived biilliautntiil instructive editoriali. 1 1' gives (afciiiutitig short ftorles. 1 1' gives nu uuexcflled iigricultiiinl ilepartmeut. It L'ivcj Fcieutifit nmi mechanical information. IT gives illin ttetl lashion article;, r pivwlii.. .ri)iiHilliirtriitioii8. I ' !. gives cut. i iainiueni t" young and IT gives fiitt-- l .I'linii evervuhero to evtrvbodv. (liven and NKW YORK WEEKLY $1.25 iz, ONE YEAR T7"3L3nLC - ONE OF TWO WAY.?. HEAD The bladder w is ceated lor one tor lite purpose, namely, a mine, nnd as such it is not liable to any form ol disea'i- - except by one i f The first wav is Item two wavs The ol the kiduevs itcr-ptacl- Write jour n.ime anil adiltess ou n ( btal card, send it to Gto. V. His Room i, Tiibut" Huildin. New York Cn, nnd sample copy olTHK NUW YORK W F.KKl.Y TRIHUNR wit be mailed to vou. soiled. Gives Kvliel ul once Opens and cleanses the Nasal Passages Allajs Inflammation. Heales and Protects the Membrane, liestores the No CoSenses of Taste nnd Smell. caine, No Mercuty, No Injurious drujr. b'u.l Sizj 50c: T1i.1l Size 10c. at Utucgists or bv mail. 12 LY BROS , 56 Warren St., N. Y i ' 1 Do you want any ki FAliMEICES. " 1 1'iir Hit' HoiiN Ki'i'iiiT. Housekeeping is it n difficult pro- fession requiring scientific traiuing, or is it a simple thing for which any woman is qualified? A writer in the American Kitchen Maying, discuss-in- g fiis s b.'Ct. ray: Certain multitudes of "women nit undertaking every cli.y the duties o! the home without nny training whatever. M my of them luirn 111 time to an-- ' miry, b excellent hr.aHlti-.-tn- , n as, fail utterly in making home what it should bis TIiom who sue ceed ao to through dint ol ninny fail" ures nnd much tijmg txpeiience. ho of them would not have done tt r to have entetel upon her work well trained nud equipped for her dull ? W' tniTicnnd no ptniie to denend 1 combined. If tho purchasing power of both labor nnd commodities is considered, it is absolutely luipossiblo to hIiow that gold is appreciating. Properly considered, it is doubtful if it can bo shown tlint gold is increasing in value- even when measured by farm products. Ouo cf tho Li st pamphlets ever published ou this subject is that of Profehoor Francis L. Nlphcr of St. Louis. It Is entitled "Tho Aipieclntiou of Gold" nnd is voliunu-t- , No, of "Sound Currency." Hero is what Professor Nipher says on prices cf farm produotR In Iowa (tho figures or diagrams aro omitted for lock ot uait'jiir quick wlt.inl e, re-vl- mid to tiudir vilue train- Other nations iue establishing Wc think we can cuts ly on 'rent i'idutiir without any mWi id. One of the special commissioners to the Paris exposition Ihat in the textile Industries t. fiuch branches nndfd.t tu,r I ir e un pie, we are far Ik hi id .t'u r 11.1M inn where textile ichools aieumi tame I, In the great business ol housekeep ing trde schools. -- Gcorgo 12. UoLcrts of Fort Doilgc, In., has published u paper cnti-tli- d Mown nnd tho Silver Question." In this paper ho uivis a great nine of Dubuque market quotations taken from thu columns of tho Dubuquo Herald, on lllu in tho historical department of tho a fctalo of Iowa ut Dcs Moines. Tho n vo taken ou tho first of cuch iiiouth Letweeu 1801 nud 1 803, Inclusive, nud tho valuo of tho gold dollar in tho currency uf tho day Is alto tuken ut tho sumo Onto. Tho prices aro linn referred to gold Theso results show tbo uvcrago annual purchasing power of gold ns applied towheat, com, oats, htgs, oattlo, butter uud eggs between tho years 1801 nud I8U3, "Air "Corn nnd Oats. Figs, land 0 ih'ow tho Dnbnquu prices of corn and oats from t,ui to Ib,uJ. Thorn is nothing ii Lout utlier curve to nttrnot attention except tho word to tho yeur 13711 "crimu," which indicates wliero thu net of lb7U was passed. Doth curves show tin Longer Wedded to bllver. Senators Stewart and Joucs, thoso two old silver war horses, aro mystifying tho ciiomy and dmufounding tho fcilveritcs by their Htidden chanRo from pcEsimh'in to optimum. Thoy nro both iu Wall strict nud uro speculating on a great win oof prosperity. Senator Slow-aeaid cu Aug. 13: "Thero is 110 room for pessimism iu this country. No ouo cun bo a 'bear' in the fuco of thu wheat futuiuo in Argentina, Russia, Hungary nud India. In view cf thi- - condition abroad I should not bo surprised to teo silver soil ns low ns 30 cents and wheat us high as $1, The 10 is nothing iu talking silver at time, uud my ndvicu to my thu fiinidu iu thu west is to fall luto lino with thu forces of piosperity and prog-rceund rtccivo their duo idiaro of thu rownrd. "Thu thuu hns paFsed for tho old Wo muFt turn to fneo now issues uud new conditions. "I frequently heur it said thnt this rccurity market is it duplicate of tho muiket iu 1780 It is not. It U moro of n bull market. All n man Iran to do is to get into it gu to tdotp nud got rich. Tho whunt Kltuutlou iu thu west will uuiko every railway not only dividend curutr, but it dividend payer." Semitor Joucrf talked iu a similar vein. Ho seems to have discarded silver nud gouo Luck to gold. Hu said: "I a great deal of gold will be found iu Akikktt, and it Is certain to rcstoro prosperity. Au abundance of money weans prosperity." It Is a lollef to bo told by theso former gold haters that prosperity can como through gold. They uro welcome to their uicro money theory of prosperity, mainly bocuuso it dilfers from the 10 to theory rt t s 1 any pain, disease or inconver manifested in the kidneys back bladder or utinnry passage is olten to female by tuistnkc, attributed weakness of womb trouble ot some sort The rtror is easily made and F.O. AUSTIN, My., may be ns easily avuidtd. To find 531 West Haricot Strcot Be out cortectly, set your mine aside twenty lour hours; a sediment or settwnon5th and 6th, tling indicates kidney or bladder umrketB. ti mi bio The mild nnd the extinor dinary effect ol Dr. Kilmer's Swninp-Roo- t, "In tho nnmoof nil that is reasonable why should theso furmers object that and the great kidney, and blpd-de- r thu dollars iu which they wcro being remedy is soon lealiztd. It jou I.. DAK12R paid would buy more of manufactured need a medicine you should have the CLKItKS: AND goods iu 1803 thuu they did iu 1873? best At druggists fifty cents nnd O. BAKI2K. Lit us bo candid. Let ns removo these one dollar. You may have a sample busluesi matters from tho corrupting bottle nnd pamphlet, both sent Iree by iufiueuce of partisan politics uud think THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE mail. Mention the HARTI'uilD nbout them soberly and talk about thorn and scud jour address to eulinly. They concern our wolfuro and Dr. Kilmer & Co., ninghamton, N tho huppiuess of our families." I.unu Troubles nnd Consumption can Y The proprietors ol this paper be cured. guarantee the geuuiuctiess of this of- way is Irotti c.irelws hcil tieatment ol otlur C1IIH' CAUhl!. Unhenlthv urfe Irem urhealthv ut bladder lulnevsis thechirl c Who cin thick So tlie womb, lite the Wanted-- An lomf ilmDlo troiildes. IhlDg to patent? Protect your ldrast thrr mar brlDg you wealth. bUdrier, wvs cieated tor oin- purpose, Write JOHN WEDDEJtLUItN ft CO- - Patent Attor much is nut neyt. Waiting ton, P. C, for their $1.9i prico offer nud it not doctoud t.o aa4 lUt o two hundred lnTenttona wauul. liable to weakness or rfUrate. txcejit It is situated bck ol in rrfie cases and very close to the bladder, the'c-forsecoii't Idea ut PBINTING? I If you do, letter Heads, Hill Heads, SHS e aro road y to re- coivo your orders for at y thing iu that line. Wo print "ve Note Heads, Statements, Citcul.irs, Dodgets, Horse Rills, lack Hills. Husit.'js.s Cards, p p STIB HOTEL lei-c- lr Vifitinft Cauls, Wedding Invitations, Pfe)criplioti nintiks, K? uisvi In fact everything that you want printed. All work first-clas- m m i i". s at lowest prices, for estimates . Write or call and i5 iPUSLfCAN, S3CW.t02.c3L, JESLZT. fer. An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Makes a I'ree Offer to our Readers. EXCURSION TICKETS . . t VIA Till', send TtiRICF. b'RHi; HOm.US (ll New Discovery to anv fifilicted lender t'f Till! Rrci'l'W.ICW ' wilting for them. ' Ilia "New Scientific Trntnic t" pcrnnnmtlv by Ins currd thmit-nmlfind he c. nsiders it . its timely simple pr fessiiitinl duty tosuif'iuu hiiiiMt.iU to doniitL- a trial ot hi infallible cute. Science dnilv develops new wrm ilfta, and lhisgte.it chemist, oalient- , r ,.r ii nr iwruicni i iiiiuuiiii- ntueii can Iw clHtttuil V nny modern tv fls The distinguished New York Chetu-ist- , T. A, Slocutu, druinii!.tr.itiiiK hu discoveiy ol a reliable nud nhsultiti: cure for Con.su mption (Pulmonary Ttthercu!osis)ind all bronchial, throat, lung nnd clitbt diseases, dtubbotn coughs, catatihal directions, geiieril decline nnd weakness, hiss uf flesh, And and conditions ol wisting awav. will Illinois (Jen. TOTHK Our Clubbing Rates. Tho lU'Miiblican and Ilio Louisville Commercial. Courier-Journal.- ... ... . . .81,25 1.50 1.75 1.25 TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL International Exposition m ta"t " " " " ami Senil'Wcckly ntul Semi-Weekl- y m m ami Now York Tribune nnd Louisville Daily Post 2 75 diflcierl)t his ur, For the above occasion tickets will be sold by tho Illinois Central Rail-ii- id tit varying tunes, idles and limits, including n ticket on sale daily, good lo return until November nl twenty t'njH, fifteen dajs and seven days; also tickets nn Tuenday and ThuiMlavs nl e.'di wi ek with limit nf intern ,dajs. Fur lull paitii.uUi.ios . Jf the nb(lVe roln i .i c,nt, yUUI Ilttllrfc in(iiii4 k'vMuwu in ,uii Illiiiolj Centtal Rail nection with the mad, call on or nddrcss your nearest 7, 'ts:?mm??mmmmrmmmmm?M ANDY CATHARTIC and mcliidinn tickets having limit g .., . ., t..i nud con.iuifption nm curable in nny cliumie Is pioven by "Itcattlelt (cuius llUnsitrlioiijlhat luuRttoub-U- s . 10 CURECOHSTfiPATIOH lti tJ.iy wBilMIDiilBBfllftitf 1 railroad Ticket I Afjcnt.- m.U Til fit- - OASTOXIIA.J o.n those cuted iu all patts ol the world. Medical axpeils concede that bronchial, chest nud lunn tioubles lead to Consumption, which, uninterrupted, Midreaitain death, means Simply wtite to T A Slociim. M C , 98 lhtie slieet, New York, jiiviutr nnd express address, nnd pohti-llicthe dee nieHeiue will be piomptly sent Sufferers should instant odvau-tot- e ' I Ins (.tiKious proposttioii tl M I'leae tell the Doctor that you saw Itirf TliJfM. tils offer In the Rri'Uui.ican. ihout-aiKi- i I littersi f niatituile,"fiUd InliiflAiner iean and Rnropm I labortoiies iu j Murray, Div. New Oileaus. Jno A. Scott, Div. Memphis, A. H Hanson, o W. A. KitLLOND. A o Wm Pass. Pass. i Agent, Agent, M Ul 50 iKiolltt s nnncr.iT Sim-- I AU f bUlbbl UUUiimilbaUtr.BCTcrtriporrlp,botroMturBtorilrtiiltk rrtj. ill. ntkiii.imi i.kukui (i It'ir M7ari.,..-cj- euioira, aontrtil. On., erAcw Tork. tii.t son WANTKD-TRUSTWORTHYA- a , CIiIciro, Louisville. A desirable farm of one hundred acres, situated near Hnrtloni. well watered a good oiched, twi liundied tirarinj; tiees, Rood buildings ami in For luither Mr good community. ticulars call at this olQce at once tf I'ur Hitli" clili h'n inileu Milit, Salve In the woild lor Cuts. Hiuires, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Khcum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped 11am'.". Cmlhlalns, Coins, nnd nil Tl) '' st .1. ttfvfl 'o' . 1 Skin I''uptions, and positively cti'es Piles, or uo pay required It is guarantctd to give perfect falislaction pel rvei-or itmey refunded, l'llcv S cents per box. For sale by Williams & Coinpuy, Pent, Cell. 3 1 yr. r b'lshtd re not hpili. hru e in Kentucky. Monthly $65,00 i sis, Position steady. He Unclosed selbaddiessed 'eitnie V. Chicago. gintlemtuur isr,'eio The Dominion 6 8(