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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1897 hao1897102201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. PlluFK&bh- - AJI jjswasgw! dread with which she loolcs to the hour of woman's severest trial is appreciated by but few. Alt effort should be made to smooth these rugged places in life's pathway for licr, crc she presses to her bosom her babe. tor-wa- rd IItE VOL. X. lotlUK llir lrcnl (Inilii t'rr.p. The wlieat crop of the United Stnte.1 for Ihia yenr of 1897 is estimated nt 500,000,000 bushels, one of the larp' est crops on record, nnd fottttnntely for the fanners the Huropean demand hns raised the price, nnd is sending the (jolden grain castwatd nt an unprecedented rale. Over 200,000,000 bushels will be demanded by the Old World, nnd the shipment of this enormous bulk Is taxing the capacity of the railroads nnd grain carrying vessels on the lakes, ol canal-boat- s nnd oceati steamers to the lullest ex- tent Ol the vnilous routes to the seaboard, the one via the Great Iikcs. from Chicago, Diiluth, and other distribu ting points to nufTjlo, nnd by the KrieCannl to New York, Is the cheap- est. While the railroads are more ex- peditious, they nte unite expensive; but the needs of the present year have provided nnd unusual amount of business for all. The Importance of the gtcat Inland waterway is exem plified this year in the handling of a large portion of this important bust- ncsswith such speed and economy as to make us marvel In the great achievements of modern commercial enterprise. To show the Increasing Importance of the lake trpffic, the total tonage on the 20th of June lost was t,4to,io3, an Increase of S6,ooo tons since last year; while Michigan is second only to New York among the States in the mmber ol ve? sds it owns, having 1132, with n total tonage 477,602; nnd Ohio Is third, with 558 vessels and 390,052 tons. Twenty five or thirty years ago the buldofthe grain trade on the lakes sailing-vessels-hig- h three-maste- -- tLAJtii Jd u JiJJ OFFICIAL ORGAN Of THE PART? JIM U JjLIIj AJN pun , DISTRICT, ftf aw f IN IBS FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1897. fore dinner she hustled him off to bed nnd told him to stny there till he himself of the foolish, could brr-ak No. 13. Will practice hltptuWDsiou in Ohio and adjoining counties, mid court of Anneals. Special attention given collections. Ofiice east iile ol purlft square. M. JiAurroitn. nv. MOTHER'S FRIEND allays Nervousness, and so assists Naliuo that the change goes forward in an easy manner, without such violent protest in the way of Nausea, Headache, Etc. Gloomy forebodings yield to cheerful and hopeful anticipations she passes through the ordeal quickly and without pain is left strong and vigorous and enabled to joyously perform the high and holy duties now devolved upon her. Safety to life of both is assured by the use of "Mother's Friend,'' and the time of recovery shortened. " t know one lady, tho mother of tbrco children, who suirered greatly in tho birth of each, who obtained a bottle of 'Mother's Friend' of mo beforo licr fourth confinement, and was relieved quickly ami easily. All ngreo that their labor was shorter nnd 1cm painful." John G. 1'oi.uii.l, Macon, Ua. 51.00 TEIt DOTTLE at Ml Dm Store, or aent by mall on receipt or prlca. P.DfiXS h. SOME AFRICAN Slnti-H- . MONEY. ' I J ' ' rntt TMC Containing Invaluable. Information of nt to lutcrest to all women, will lx any address upon application, by j DRADFIf LD RCGULATORCO., ATLANTA, Oa. troublesome habitof nsking questions. But the child sate in bed nnd the home quite, the mother began to repent. How cross the hnd been, how impatient, and how unwise and it was to thus cluck the of the, childish mind for Here was this useful knowledgel young, growing Intellect, eager to reach out nnd grasp whatever was of interest nnd value, and here was she, to whose charge that young Intellect had been committed, shirking her duty. At this stage tn Her ufiections the mother rose, nnd repairing to litr son's bedside told him that he wasn't nil, nnd that such n drcadlul it he had any more questions to aik she would do her best to answer them. "All richt." replied the little boy. "Mama, howiarcin a cat spit?" N. Y. Sun. boy-after n Itti llutilm find Children for Sincill tlimiKi'. Any rcrltnl of icccntcuriciit-- c.xpeil-ence- s would be Imperfect that fulled lo call attention to certain tuiotimloii troubles tlinthnelntcly tiefullen the people of 0110 of tlio negro stales of went-cAfrica, and which httio not jet passed Into history to an extent that It CoiikIhIk nf (la-e- 000 in mortgages this year nnd that money Is now so plentiful that many of tho banks hnvc refused to receive further deposits, so that the money Is being shipped to banks In ndjnccnt states. Such facts knock the bottom off tho Beware 01 the Knife. 'Mr. Lincoln Nelson, of Marshfield, Mo., writes: "For sir years I have been a sufferer from a scrofulous affection of the glands of my neck, and all efforts Rltorneys at Law HARTl'OllD, KY. IlEAvniN. SmtiiY Taylor. HEAVRIH & TAYLOR, m theories that thecountry had not currency enough to go round: that the banks vnre hoarding the cash to which tho people were entitled; thnt Attorney at Law. Beavkh Dam, Ky. ilAim-oiijKy. Will practice hie profession in all tho courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Ofiice, in Commercial Hotel. , Perry Wcsterficld, " they merit. Who fan think of some slmpl. An trilog tolialciilf may tirtn you weahti. Protect your tdfan Writ JOHN WEUnElllSUIlN A CO . PftUnt At tor-- . WshlDKUnf D. Cfer tbtlr $I.Hi r1io olTar u4 llit of iwo buntlr l larentlont wauled Wanled-- Idea thr I j Ilii7iir. In addition to the new fashions in Hatpcr's Bazr during October are ltniirrM am r rrisnmni cmm nmsj& ERCHANT . rrr, JlJljf!iT. tYf d aK WfJk AliB kW1$ t$m atff J DE&K.&M The Leading Specialists c( America several notewotthy literary features, among them an account, by Mrs. Hose Hawthorn Lathrop, ol her work in the Free Cancer Hospital which she has established In the Rast Side of New York, with a photograph showing Mrs. Lathrop receiving patients; n description of the "Carlsbad Cure," by Mrs. Pottltney Bielow; nnd an nrticle on "The One Hun dredth Representation of Parslval at Bayreuth," by Lucia Pttrdy. AruiillKHl Ol n Nllvorllc. nilOVK-- I'arlaMedlclnoro., St.IuU.JIo. COO year, bottloa if Wo .old (iontlameni TASTKl.nbS Cllll.I. TONIC and lia year. jnnlluurix-iienenrlouulttlureo aru.a already tula druu bu.lnoa, tmrao ot II ymra. In tho u ncer nold an article that cava men unlYor.al truly, u yuur 'funic. ourAUMCYtCtuii&Ca. At Centerville, Kentucky, the other day, Hon. J R. HinOman, sound-mon250,000 Cured, democratic candidate fir clerk was done In wooden of the court of appeals, got into an WECURESTRICTURE sparred, fast sailing, f .. t.n if ami lanMIo oze-argument with a silver man who inciinrotroubli Ji.hti tWax -- many schooners and barkentines gayly claimed that good prices did not preuueou'r.ouMr. iliry mi l..tontmart-Inn, r unll, twi inff painted, trim, and pretty to look nt, vail. harp Cutting iain&t ttiu , Mit'lit UiHitulty lit carrying from twenty to thirty thous.cine, weak I "Why, don't you adtait tint wheat ortunii, cm.nit.n, ontlnil t'.orjmptoiTH and bushels of grain, and making re-- , is high?" he was asked. rf tirnon-- dbtlit they hio blHIC-ITKlMn'tkl doctor experiment mi " tnrinK markable trips sometimes, when there you, by cutting iin.trbn.ri "Yes," he answered. you. 'ihUvrill tn t rtiroyntt, null ill rt was wind enough. There were al- -I And nre not entile high?" turn. Our M.W MI.1IIUI) aniiAT-Ml.NauorU Vn tntturo tlmies ways delays in those days in loading bonco tenif't i j IV hi ict uro l crtnanont ly. "Yts." 0 nnd unloading, nnd the rates were It can n vr return. "And is not tobacco high?" I DC no tlotrnt.Mti Lu.iiom byonr i tuclhutl 'ibofi tuiitorinti"rroM''i much higher thin they me to day. "Yes." Th ncrM nra lmizoratrl,niivi has largely Now the sailing-vesstho Ml? of umnliiXNl return--"Is not corn high?" disappeured, turned Into tow barges "Yes," was his reply. WE CURE GLEET for carrying coal nnd lumber, oj grain J iiing nml luIJ.IIoaard "Are not sheep high?" men nro ImvlnB thur rvsral vlr t pud when tney can get it; the few remain- vitality cmiliuualty tapixd ly 11. U ilu "Yes." ?uenv. They oro frequently uncoufciou. AalM1nv4 u Situ M.l .1titll Ulg liro a..l uuu uiUy icuuuuwia Al "Are not hogs high?'' of tbncaucovf llwoi.ini'trnr. I.cm ml . toil1'unatiir.il J'l VVcatcuet". their former smart appearance, while "Yes," drawled the silver man, ing Manhood. KirrutirntM. l'nor .Memoir, Irrltilillily. at tunc (Mnarliugrun-Milan- , the new craft on the lakes arc of mod- "but green beans is selling awlul low. hiwktn V.itr. with daik circle J.iek Weak link, (leneral rrr ern steel constitution, many ol them A farmer sold me a peck for u dime VatlftKtlr, hhnmkrn of Amlilllon, nmoug the finest models of Americans today." and It III. l'atl. etc. (ll.t:i;i'Dou't bTUIL fimily mar bo tbo cniuo. r.nnlt built merchautvessels doctorr, m tliry haio no cxixrlcuco In ilon'l nltoir fhi.A aiMtnl HlMviri A .Nutcil '. 1.. hCHliir. At present there are nearly seven OuackatJ cxixrlmcut mi J"M. Con.ult On Friday evening, October 29, Hciillt. ti do ln tnaiio a lira r !nd c( hundred vessels engaged in carrying )lwmno(lnniidMiinfn. OorNI Mirruuit iituvruKNT mil tnfi grain on the lakes, the newer ones, Rev. Ira Landrith, of Nashville, Tenn., tlicly euro yon. Ono thonMind dollar, for n caD no nccpt tor treatment nnd having a capacity ofover 100,000 will speak on the subjects, "Nash cannot cure. Termi raoder Jlo furn cure. M ville, '96," nnd "Christian Cit'zsn-ship- ." bushels, whilethere isone new steamCURES GUARANTEED He Is now 32 jeats o!d, n er, tle Umpire City, which carries Wo treat nnd mint KMISMONR. iSo'ooo bushels in bulk, which is native of Texas, educated lu the litVAIIlriM'KM:. SYWHIMS. (IMIX KIltllTL'lti:, IMI'OTKNl'Y. 81 OKl.T more than nny vessel erary law, nnd theological schools of considerably lill.MXtt. UNNAlfltALIIIprilAlttl. i:.s,K!iNi:vindiiLMini:iiniwi'.. engaged lu carrying grain on the CAimberland University, Lebinon, co.vsi'i.TA'rio.s ritr.K. hooks Tenn., and has been in editorial ritKi:. If uiialdo In call, write .for ocean. Harper's Weekly. OI'KSTION ULAIJK for HOMU work on the "Cumberland PresbyteTltUAlJill Mill l'roiU', xre4. rian" ever since he lelt the theolog Old people win nquire medicine to leal school in 1890. He has been regulate the bowels nnd kidneys will managing editor of the paper for the 122 W. FOURTH STREET, i find the true remedy In Klectric Bit- last two years. He was educated fur CINCINNATI, O. ters. This medicine does not stim- the law, but lelt the practice to tuter ulate nnd contains no whisky nor the ministry in 1889. He has been M... . other intoxicant, but nets ns a tonic actively connected with the Chrisnnd alterative. It nets mildly on the tian Kndenvor work for seveu jears. stomach nnd bowels, ndding stjcngth nnd has been twice president ol the nnd giving tone to the orgnns, thereTennesee Y. M. C. A. He is now by aiding Nature in the performance State Superintendent of the Christian ol the fuuctions. Klectric Bitters is Citizenship department of Christian an axcellent appetizer nud aids digesLndenvor nnd chairman ol Nash tile tion Old People find It just exactly '98. what they need. Price fifty cents nud Too I.Ui'H Siltil. $1.00 per bottle nt J. II. Williams Mrs Phoebe Thomas, of Junction Dtug Store. City, III , was told by her electors she ,011't 1 oLariu Si'lt and Suu.Ve ltur l.ilc Anir, had Consumption and that thete wi s To quit tidiacco easily and foiotcr, bouinir no hope lor her, but two bo'tleiD". o( fo, nmo and lror, take nrtlc, lull U jttnndcr norl.cr. that n.nlits cole men King's New Discovery completely Curucuantn-toettrune All druuciat,(Oourfl. Booklet nnd eomrdo frro. Address cured her and she says it saved her Purllug Iteuiody Co., Chtcatro or New York. life, Mr. Thos. loggers, 139 Florida St. San Francisco, suflerd from u I'lic I.11M Nlrnw. Cosumo-tion- , A ccrloin small boy much given lo dreadful cold, approaching tried without result eveiytbirg puncut ting his temarls with the point rather exceeded him-se- ll else then bought one bottle cf Dr. the other day. All morning and King's New Discovery nnd iu two nil alteinoon did he keep up a steady weeks was cured. He is naturally It U such results, ol which fire ol questions. If it wasn't why thankful docs the wind blow? it was what these nre samples, that prove the wonderful efficacy of this medicine In aScS) makes the leaves green? or how many Coughs nnd Colds. Free trial bottles drops ol water In the ocean? At last 18 JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. sufletlug mother could at J. II Williams Dtug Store Reg. WARRANTED. PRICE 50 cts. his poor, long ' it no longer, nnd shortly be- - ular size 50c. nnd $1.00, stand U!.ATIA,IILH.,NOT.10,1SW. 20 YEARS Hi OHIO. Tl ey Thrttift-iiiJ-- i i i C Kii-a- I I ccltt-rntn- l. . el .Thou-ftnJs- I A Kennedys Kergan " As Is well known, tho governments of the leading states of Knropc, with a view of Increasing their commercial advantages through thu acquirement of new markets, have, within n comparatively recent period, greatly Increased their territorial domains and government In nnd over what Is regarded ns uncivilized Africa. Thus the British government Is rnpldly occupying a vast tract of territory geographically known as Nlgrltu, from tho elrcuin-htanc- e that It Is traveled by, or In contiguous to, the ancient and once mysterious Itlver Nlger nnd one of the Nlgrltlan kingdoms that hns most recently, and after considerable fighting, passed under LIHUbIi rjijaud European Ideas and entcrprlsei'ls that of Nupc, which through a considerable Arab population Is to an extent a counncrclul country and to whom the ndt cut of the Kngllsh was probably not unwelcome. The currency of this kingdom nnd Its population was mainly slaxcs, with. slave babies and children sort Ingai subsidiary money media. It might nlso perhaps bo inferred that white babies would be conxldercd n counterfeit circulating medium and The carrying octoroons bimetallic. round of two or three, babies to make change would certainly bo rather difficult, and when they cried It might be regarded ns on account of Inllallou. But anyway n serious financial difficulty U reported to be Impending tn Nupej for as the British government docs not sanction or tolerate slavery the interesting question has naturally if risen: What uro the people of Kupe going to do for money, or rather for currency? Will u party nrlse, as In the United States, who will manfully contend for the maintenance of the "dollar of their fathers?" Will not some "Nupean" Bryan set forth In fitting language the ot wickedness of (he demonetization former Nupean currency 7 What better use can Senator Teller make of his disquisition on the benefits that accrued to the' nnclent Spartans, when they substituted Iron money In place of tliclr former cattle, cow nnd pig currency, than to send a large number of copies of It for general distribution on the banks of the Niger? How the heart of l'citer, of Kansas, nnlst rejoice lit tho historical vindication of his nlomntla financial principle that "It matters not of what money Is made or what Its Intrinsic value is!" Would It not be the part of wisdom for President feICIn1cy to Instruct Ills monetary missionaries, after they have got through with their search in Europe for information nbout currency nrouud tho tables of rojnlty, to Journey forthwith to West Africa, visit Nupe ami learn from the Vupcans their opinions iu to the effeetof cheap money, contingent on n successful slave bunt; and whether their former tnonoy bad not much to commend It by reason of Its renin rltnble propeitles for (leg) circulation? It certainly could not havo dtnhl long lu one place without watch-luDavid A. Wells, In Ilnrper's Weekly. Why I'rlopa Arc Lull. "You musl nltilbiite It lo ihe Inventive genius. That Is what has brought down prices In ttrs country and ererywbeip" Hon. W J. Bryan, March 10. 18'j. "Our worklngtuen, who, with hand nnd lirnltt, have been dsvlslng new labor saving processes, have, jear by year, icilucctl the cost to the consumer without reducing the wages of the pFooaicer. to assist In The duty of the republic the cheapening of products by cheapening the piocetscs of labor" Hon. J. P.Jones, September 10, U00. "The reason things sell lower than formerly Is because they aro made cheaper, and they ate mnile cheaper because of belter, superior methods nnd processes employed in their manufacture." Hon. V V.. White, Juno 15, 1802. nl-s- tho west wan In hopeless bondage to tho cast. Philadelphia Ilccord. Attorney at Liny, ft. H. WEDD1JNG ! of physicians In Washington, D. C, Springfield, 111., and St. Louis failed to After six reduce the enlargement. months' constant treatment here, my physician urged me to submit to a of the gland. At this critical moment a friend recommended S.S.S., d prejuand laying aside a dice against all patent medicines, I began its use. Before I had used one botNllvpr .llnu.Xa I.miRrr. tle the enlargement began to disappear, railroad and now it is entirely gone, though lam J. M. Jones, a yet. engineer, arrived home from Mexico, not through with my second bottle ago, Had I only used yourS.S.S. long where he had been emplotd lor sevI would have escaped years of misery eral months on .1 railtoad. When and saved over Jtso." This experience is like that of all who asked nbout the money question In suffer with blood troubles. Mexico he replied: 'jL went to MexThe doctors can do no good, and even ico n pronounced advocate of free sil- their resorts to the knife prove either or fatal. S.S.S. is the only ver. My financial experience there fruitless remedy; It gets at the root of real blood shown me the error of my way, the disease and forces it ont permahas and I don't want any more free silver nently. (guaranteed purely vegetable) S.S.S. doctriue In mine. When I went to leave the City of Mexico the other day I had 1,040 Mexican silver dolfnrrp.il blood troubles: l. n Mnwl lars. I went to a broker to get ex- - it cures the most obstinate cases of Rheumatism, change lor American money. I only Scrofula, Eczema, Cancer, blood remeetc., which other received $430. I preserved two Mexdies fall to touch. S.S.S. gets at the ican dollars and am ready to convince root of the disease and forces it ont permanently. Valuable books will nny man with them of the l.dlacy of be sent free tn nnv address the free silver argument. The comSwift mon laborers in Mexico receive only hv the Co., At Specific about twenty five cents per day In lanta, ua. America money for their lnbor. UpThe 3teiiiiekt Mini, on one occasion wile out on one of my Some time ago I was shown a runs we were delayed on account of a voucher for fifteen cents which has a washout. I could not eat the food queer little history connected with it. the Mexican laborers were forced to The souvenir belongs to a minister live on nnd I ate nothing for seventy-tw- o whoatone time preached in Michigan. deep-rootewell-know- n deep-seate- d I.oalnir ('round. The national farmers' congress In session nt St. Paul rejected a free Bllvor resolution on the snmo day that in Nebraska ndopted one. Only the elections will show, apparent-- : ly, how much weaker tho delusion boa , Crown under dollar wheat. Mltrr a. aet. s'JK.'RisT-E.'- rr7 Attorney at Law, i Will practice Ins prolcesion in "nW Hi courts of Ohio and udjoiningcounWea Careful attention will be given lo a business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Ofiice over Ohio County Bank. AIbo Notary Public. IIARTFOllD, KY. E3. A Real Blood Remedy Will practico his profession in the Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn ties. Special attention given to col lections. Office in Courthouse. Attorney at f &w, HARTFOKD, KY. Attorney atKYT law HARTFORD, JNO. B. WILSON, given . 3. (CAnnfy Attorney) sss SPECIAL attention making to abstracts, &. also Notary Public lor Ohio County. - ........ oni0 Ui iiuuiiL-miuare- H. I Attorney I E. LEE SIMMEBTVT A TJ H&RTF0I1D, aicxw Ky. hours. After that I always pre- pared myself with a lunch M10 " j Spats That old maid, Miss Van Shelf, is the most careful and nieth- o Heal boarding mistress I ever had disturbing any den. Scratoots Yes, I can imagine when when she goes to heaven she will want in the summer time to lay away her wings in camphor balls. Pittsburg News. Thecountry newspaper publisher toils every day to make his paper Interesting, mentally and mechanically thats labor, once in a while a patrons comes in pays a subscription that's capital; occasionally one moves off without paying and has the to send a card to ray the paper is refuse that's stealing. TPress and Printer. post-mastOTk.SI-X'OXLXjSv.. Huh Cnrcfnl. his profession in nil tho of Ohio and adioininr coiini.P. It was during his pastorate there that Collections carefully and promptly the incident occurred. One day he Office with T. J. Smith was called upon to perform the mar- & Co., Market Street. riage ceremony of an old man of sevJ. B. VICKEBS, enty and a bride much younger. At the close of the ceremony the aged jy" practico Courts Til ' lifuttui, ilmlli a fflgfc&X "" He was a stranger In New York seeing the sights. Ills nephew was doing all he could to keep the old gentleman from missing any of them. "There quick, Uncle Silas," he cried, pointing to a man crossing the street. "Do you see that man?" "Yes, Henry; what of him?" "What of him?" "Why, he's a marked man. He's the only Brooklyn man who hasn't been mention as a candidate lor Mayor of Greater New Harper's Bazar. York." 1 groom handed the minister twenty dollars Several weeks later he received a note from the groom saying that owing to the excitement of the occasion he was somewhat rattled and mistook the twenty dollar for a five, and requested the return of the extra fifteen dollars. The minister immediately sent a check for the required amount, but the matter did not end there. It seems that this was the third venture the old gentleman had made on the matrimonial seas, and in this case it took only three months for the glamour to wear off nnd life to become once more a barren reality. When- - his love dream was shattered and he began to look at things once more from a business' standpoint he demanded interest on his fifteen dollars. The minister sent a second check tor the sum of fifteen cents and when the voucher was returned he framed it and hung it above the desk in his study as a gentle reminder of the meanest man he ever knew. "Sub Rost" iu Harrodsburg Democrat. Nure Chill Cure. Attorney at Law, Hhrtford, Ky., Will practice and mijoimng tention given to his care. building. his profession in Obio counties. Special atto all business entrusted Office in Republican Attorney at "Law HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Special given to collections. .Office with Couuty Attorney. ABMISTEAD JONES, Louisville Dental Co.. A. ' I ' ' i 1 m 1 d TASTELESS CHI LL TDNI lt For sale hv Williams SrlBHI BookKeepIng.Buslness, IAD A AVImt Ilnllur Vlirnt 1. Iiolnrr. Xou, this Is just what Is occurring In the wheat belt: The merchant among the farms Is, "ftooklug up:" the wholesale dealers nre thus compelled to their orders; the manufacturers till their shops with men to fill these orders; thorailroatUhuy more cart, aud employ mote men to move the product iiikI the goods; the men tlnit- employed buy nioie goods from the local dealurs, nnd the local producers of milk, vegetables, eggs nnd the like tell where they could not sell before. The last naiiHMl In turn buy mote goods, nnd tho ascending uenle of purchase and production begins again. This Is what dollar vvhetit menns, not only In the wheat belt, but throughout a full half of the country. Atlanta Journal. Yellow Fever r'crius breed in the bowels. Kill them and you nre safe from the awful disease. Cascatets destroy the germs throughout the system and make it impossible for new ones to form. Cascarats are the only reliable safe guard for young nnd old against Yellow Jack. 10 4t. ioc. 25c 50c all druggist I I I The treasury receipts under the Dlngley law for the mouth of Sep- tember are very encouraging. They exceed those of the second month ol the Wilson law, and the deficit for the mouth will be trifling indeed if any exists at the etui ot the month. The second month of the Wilson law o, Dr. Armistead's Chill Tonic Is a snre cure lor chills. J. II. Williams only has a few bottles, so it you want $5 to $7 to keep off cnills call for a bottle at Gold Crowns 3 to 5 ONCE. Price 45 cents a bottle. Porcelain Crowns Best set of teeth (no better made Don't delay. no matter how much you pay) .. $8 Gojd fillings $1 up Remember Bulliugton will give Silver filling 75c Extracting, pet tooth 25c you n good shave, hair trim or shamPainless extracting with Vitalized poo. Air 50c Extracting free when Artificial Yellow Jnrk I'revculniire. Teeth are Office permanent.Guard against Yellow Jack by keep- ly located.ordered. ing the system thoroughly clean and free from germ breeding matter. FREBl $10.00 1NOOLD, X7- -.. Dlcycle.aold Watch, Diamond 11 Cascatets Candy Cathartic will cleanse Scholarahlp iu Rlnsr, or VM4,,6 Uraughon'aa Practical Ilusiuei the system nud kill all contagious di T"v t College, Nashville, Tenn., or 10 4t sease germs Texartana, Tex., or a vrj 14 W.M.st. OWENSBORO, KY. achol-nrah- rnr Nnle A desirable farm of one hundred acres, situated near Hartfoi I. well specially interesting and profitable to youug people, but read profit by peowatered a good oiched, two hundred ple of all ages. with Interest and Interesting Stories and other bearing trees, good buildings.and iu matter well illustrated. Sample copies aent free. Address good community. For further par- Ageuts wauted. Tcnu. Youths' Advocate Pub.I Co., Nashville, Mention this paper. at this office at once, tf ticulars call In mot an v other reputable builness college or literary school lu the U. 8. can be secured by doing a little work at home for the YoutbV Advocate, an Illustrated Journal. It is elevating In character, moral In tone, and (irrnt Prosperity lu Knuaita, Bank Commissioner Breldenthal, of Kansas, may be a trifle exuberant In calling his state the most prosperous In the union, but be deals with facts within his official purview when he declares that the farmers will nay oil $10,000, j,4a-va...-'"- " "Oft .mMMMMMMl..l.l.l.lM.MIWimi.MlimMIHI 'afcw PHONOGRAPHY, I Situatlori.B6! ft "xbUitP IP elegraphy IAmX umt WILBUR preoriiwiio! R. SMITH, KY., x ' For circular of bit famoua and rwponalbi COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY LEXINGTON, tnd Hoard In family, about tX, Ehorthind.Ty p Writing and Telegraphy, Specialties. Kontucky UnUenlty Diploma, under ), MTTI.0 l J graduate. Literary CourM free, l( deified. fcnternow. urauuaivaancrriinib ?ioQTtltr to kai your Utttrt riack M, audrtt mi Awurtlwl MtrtUl at World's Kxpoftltlon to thouund Id Jtotltlntit, of Kfri of Full liunlaru irraduatM ltulutlln7ul Cunrw, WILBUR R.SMITH,LCXINQTON,KV CANDY GATHARTIG develloped n deficit of over $13 ooo,-ocA Hoy Mrllei, while the second month of the Mr. Frank Hicks, and ardent young Dlngley law will produce little Populist of New Albany. Ind., writes deficit. That is the difference bens follows:. tween a protective tariff nnd a milk-nn- d I see by the daily press that W J. tar-if- ! water betwixed Bryan Is to come to Kentucky to stripe. of the Wilson-Gormspeak in favor of Mr. Shackelford, n "Democrat," who has never raised his voice lu favor of silver, and against n Populist who has spent six long years of his life in the interest of silver and a man who was noini.. nated two months before Mr. Shack-ello- id was nominated. Yet the Democrats say IVrker is divldli g the silver vote. If the Democrats were honest in saying that they did not vant the silver vote divided why did they not indoise Mr. Parker and unite the silver vote? I would like to hear Bryan explain this. I sec he has gone to meddling in local politics. Will he explain how be can be a Democrat in Kentucky a government by injunction Democrat iu Iown, a tusion Democrat lu his own State and a Taaimanylte in Ntw York? Bryan should remember that Jo A. Parker is the same one that did so much good for Bryan In Ken tucky last year. Why does Bryan mid-dle-the-roa- d timk tahi.k i. DA c-- . KY. ii. ii. ni:.ti:it GOING 1AST. Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 a. 111. No. 222 a 1 02 p. m. Mail No. 202 a 7 25 p. 111. Fast Mail GOING WEST. No. 201 0717 a. tn. No. 221 a 12 25 p nt. Mall Local Freight No. 291 03 25 p. tu. Fast Mall II. Merrick, Agt. T ...iit-.tf AM.lAonM .WM.V 1ICIIU1..7U..-. 1 f ..! SOn UUU Ot l.omo Time Card effective May 30, EAST BOUND D.tln,.,, .utu.ui.ji nun.) 1897. mifevfltfv .w... .. TTpmlpr. -. want to speak against this brilliant young Populist and divide the silver HMuiMil m jr twwff uiit"Kf.lirrldaAT"'i mi Dun iOiiia.?Ufl'sluM if ii' fiTLiri n rf ji1:i r H iW rl f U rili f ' lfi& I 1 vote. Citizen. 1 1 m) OAlSTOniA. 46 No. 42 44 7:56am 8:55pm Lv. St Louis Evansvllle 6:50am 2:23pm 2:45am Henderson 7;isaui 2:46pm 3:10am Spottsville 7:38am 3:07pm 2:28am Owensboro8:i8am 3:41am 4:00am Hawesvllle 9:17am 4:40pm 4:50am Cloverpoit 9:45am 5:03pm 5:10am Irvlngton 10:45am 6:03pm 7'45pru 7:30am ArLoulsville WEST BOUND No. 4 45 43 Lv.Loulsvllle 7:30am 4:50pm 8:23pm 9:3011m Brandenburg 8:51am Irvlngton 9:15am 6:43pm 9:52am Stephenpott 9:51am 7:20pm 10:21am Cloverpoit 10:1mm 7:39pm 10:26pm Hawesvllle 10:35am 8:04pm 10:58pm 11:48pm Owensboro it :35am Spottsville 12:17pm ia:Jlu Henderson 12:40 lo.fopm 11:45pm Evausvllle 1:15pm 10:40pm 2:45pm 7.20pm ArSt.Louls7:3apm All trains run through soiid to Uvansvll'e. Through Parlor Cnrs aud Pullman Sleepers on all trains between St. Louis, Evansvllle and No. arand ai connects Tn..i.uiiu at Iivington for Fordsvllle nnd Har-dloBl- daily evaz-p- t Sunday. r Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, OCTOUHR 32, 1897. Sam J. SitACKLKKoni) Is a candidate for Clctk of Court of Appeals. in Louisville Democracy. who nro reputed to beRepubllcana nro In tho death of Clms. Dntinn, ediand advertising their Democracy Whalcnism by supporting Weaver f r tor ol'the New York Sun, America Insrs her greatest journalist, and one Mayor of that city. (il her most enimiucnt sons. J.so. Rhea said in bis speech hero Tin: names ut Joo Noo and Judgo a few years ngo that tho Populists wero all anarchists nnd this week ho L. P. Little appear in The Rei'UU- said that tho Gold Democrats ought to I moan as announcements, tbo samo as they appear in tbo Hartford Jtrbo in hell or about that. . . oM. Hie names of Judgo ldttlontid ' Ir bodes well for Republican sue- Hon. JonNoe appear in The Re- cuss to see such an extended list ot ruiiMCAN as nnnouncemeuts, and tho spouting of a certain little newspapor appointments for free silver orators in tho Louisvillo D'upalch, Tho moro is helping tho Republican ticket. orators they put in the field tho moro Them: appears in this issue a state- votes tbo Republicans will gain. ment about tbo prohibition law in G. B. Likens has had tho office of this State. The saving clauso in tho New Constitution thus prevents whis- Circuit Court Clerk, for five years and has made $10,000 out of it. Is ky being sold in this county. it right to give it to him again? CerThe good, honest Democrats of tainly not. Ohio county aro outspoken in saying Last year tho Republicans promthat they will support tho Republican ised the people better times if McKin-le-y this fall. ticket They do not believe was e'ected. Now wo are reaping in being traded o(F by Miller and the benefits of those promises. All Holbrook. tho products of tho farmer nro bringThe Louisvillo DUpilth has intim- ing better prices. ated that tho leading Populists of tho No Republican can afford to voto State have a secret alliance with Gold standard men. This it knew to bo for II. T. Thomson. Ho refused to untrue but its hatred of Populism is voto for his uncle, John W. Black, tor o great (hat it cannot keep near tho Jailer, because ho was a Republican and had served in the Federal Army. truth when speaking of them. , He never voted for a Republican or i j Ex SrEAKan of the House of Rep- a Populist iu his lifo. Yoto for M. S. resentatives, Hon. Chas. Blandford, Rag.and for County Clerk, has taken the stump in Breckenridge Evehy day brings encouraging recounty. He is a forcible speaker and Democratic speakers who may happen ports of success, for the entire Repubm bis way bad best take to tho wood3. lican ticket. Our candidates bavo made a highly favorable impression The battle for tho Republican upon our voters wherever they have ticket is now won in this county. The been, and that tney will nil bo elected Democrats nnd Populists have princiis conceded by all who are posted reples which they do not propose to garding the political situation in the sacrifice, and will show the bosses that county. they do not belong to them and will The Circuit Clerk's oflice has been voto for their best interests. in the bands of thrpo Democrats for 35 years and now one of these samo Tiie troubles of one Elisha Ash-crhave baen ended. Mr. Asbcraft Democrats, who has held the oflice for five years, is the Democratic nomfrom Men((J county nn( untU cently was tho Democratic nominee inee for that office he has already made $10,000 out of it. Dothepeo for State Senator in tho Tenth Sena-toriDistrict, which is composed of pie believe in this kind of busness? our neighboring countiesof Hancock, Vote to put down office monopolists. aft al Of f Ico on Fox Stroot. IstiKxl Hti'ry 1'Hilii) nl llnrlfiiril, Uj JAS. A. ANDERSON Editor. Certain gentleman DoIXau wheat, ten dollar tobacco, four dollar cattle, and five dollar bogs must bo very interesting to freo silver N0TV0ID. Old Local Option Acts Are Still In Force. An Appellate Court De- Subscription, 51 .26 por yonr nt Hartford Kutcrcd nt the post-offias second class mail mutter. ce cision. Prohibition Laws Hold Good In Dry Countlos. Frankfort, Oct. 15 Many calculations nre upset by n decision of the Court of Appeals in an opinion handed by Chief Justice Lewis to day. All those communities where local option the result of old local acts, was In fitcc imagined that they became "wet" ngain on September 28 Inst, nnd that the law under which they were "dry" stood repealed on thnt dy, becanse of provisions in the new Constitution and the alleged construction of the new law by the opinion of n year or so ngo in substance The opinion of says that the main portion of these old local option nets, however purely local, is not affected by the decision, which has been misunderstood. A complete abstract of the present opinion is as follows: William Stanine etc, vs. Commonwealth of Kentucky. Filed October 15, 1S97. Appeal lrom Carter Circuit Court (To be reported.) Opinion by Chief Justice Lewis, Haz-zlerig rfft - This section provldesthnt nit charters granted prior to the enactment of the new general corporations law, nnd containing provisions hi conflict with the general provisions of that general law, stand repealed as of September 28. It h.13 been thought by sonic few that this would operate to repeal the whole of the chattels of many corporations, but this opinion would indicate that the court will hold lh.it only those section of clutters plainly 111 conflict with provisions of the new j law fctand rcpeale i. his beast to market; the grocer weighed oil his currants; the dresser liieastiiid of his broadcloth; the hum of the buyer and Seller was heard ns ever lu the town; the harvest home wasns joyously ns ever celebrated In the humble hamlet; the cicaui over floved the pills ol Clushiie; the apple juice (mined lu the presses of rl tti. f.ltou f.f !l.rrf gleamed in the runactH of Tieut and id nig thebarrjtiso rolled the T) ne Hut when the great In- Lsdo und Merit Maintains thocontldenoo jf tho people lu Hood'i BraprllU. Its medicine cures you when lick; If It maliM wonderful cures ccrjrwher,tkei beyond allqucsllon that nwdlolnepoMcssM merit. Merit o.l fit REPUL1CAN TICKET. Election Nov. 2, 1807. Appeal J. G. Bailey. State Senator. Dr. T. G. Turner. Representative, R. C, Jarnngin. County Judge, Jns. A. Park. County Clerk, M. S. Kaglnnd. Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson, County Attorney, M. L. Hcavrin. Slieriir, S. T. Stevens. School Superintendent, Fon Rogers. Jailer, Thos. II. Black. Assessor, G. D. Royal. Coroner, L. W. Hunt. Surveyor, N. Moxley. of tbo Court of MAGISTRATE. ! Clerk Who can fall to take advantage of this oflVr. Send :o cents to us for a generous trial size or nsk your druggist. Ask for Ely's Creum Halm, the most positive catarrh cure. Full 50 cents. FLY BROS., 56 Wnrren St , N. Y. I suffered from cntnrrh of the worst kind ever since n boy,- nnd I never hoped for cure, but F.ly'sCream Balm seems to do even that. Many acquaintances have used it with excellent results. Oscar Ostruui, 45 Warren Ave., Chicage, III, IVro Silver i'miar. Had Free Silver won last year, the future Mncaulay, in writing the history ot the United States from 1S96 to 1899 would only have to repeat chapter after chapter of English history from 1696 to 1699 He would but have to that "long before Adam Smith was born Lock and North taught that it was as absurd to Th e strument ol ixoii.iugc wai deranged nil trade, nil i.idustry wits smitteL as nnd thus wutild repeat with pik-iy,cd hlstoty be utold. In the 11a nt- ol reason and .111 enlightened nge. may we not leant something from and nvoid some ol Surely wc the dangeisol the past. maj Surely we have; hence n free silver corpse "we think we I now one when we se it," nnd may wc not venture, "Us the very witching time li tho best In fact tlio One True IUod furtfler. of night when church yards yawn for curenauKA, iDdlgesUon, IlOOd 5 FillS bllloujiwsj. XoeoU. their own. "We farce n.ic friend, we fenre nae dished out of the cut. nnd he foe " A Dkmockat. God, there's the rnscal 1 That Is Just tho truth about Ilood'i Wo know It posaosaca merit becauae It cure, not oneo or twfoo or ' hundred tlnici, but In thousand! and thounandH of eases. We know it ourea, absolutely, permanently, whon all others (all to do nny good whatever. Wo repeat Made Hood's Sarsaparilla 'My Hartford Dist Cromwell Dist Christopher Allen. Jonl B. Wilson. Fordsvillo Dist Jacob Chancclor. Rosine Dist h. B. Loney. Bntord Dist Ed Maesie. Judicial District. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE, LUCIUS P. LITTLE. FOR COM'TH ATTORNEY, JOE NOE. Tun Democrats in this county arei in hard luck, as they have sent to Indian Territory after two votes. Jas. P. Muxer says that ho still has his foot on tho neck of the Demo cratic party, yet bo wants Democrats to voto for him fusion agreement in this counbard contract signed by ty J. P. Miller and R. llolbrook to deliver their party voto to the fusion The is a cold, ticket. ot Ohio county are against the Populists on outspoken The Populists will the lusion ticket run at least two hundred behind the Democrats. The Democrats The Kentucky Jeans Clothing Co., of Louisville, one of the richest Companies in the State, is behind II. T. Thompson, to try to help defeat Mr. M. S. Ragland for County Clerk. The people who do not behevo m bri bery will vote for Mr. Ragland. i mm 11 Such a protracted drouth as that recently broken, had never before been known or felt in this State. In some localities farmers had to drive their stock miles in order to get water; more than that they had to hau water 111 some instances more than five miles for their own use, Never lailingspringswcnt dry and there was A DIFFERENCE. actual distress iu many places. It reElections as held now .ire different sulted in a great financial loss to the n. thuso held under tho old farmers by cutting shoit their corn from Tho change bas been brought and tobacco crops. The recent rains throughout the State were indeed a about by the new system of voting. Under the old system, as much exGod send, and though water is yet citement and prejudice was aroused scearce in muny places, still tho of the people is in a large as could be, for tho purpose of ranks ing voters, voto their respective ticks relieved. measure ets straight. .ii. mi ml1 M. Under tLe great pressuro brought HASTCOME AGAIN. Again Hon. W.J. Bryan has shot to bear under tho old system, it was athwart the sky like tho blaziug hard for a firm man to scratch the ot those who were meteor that he is. We say that ho is ticket not to speak like 11 meteor from the fact ho has n easily excited and whree prejudices easily aroused. Consequently way of blazing up suddenly and then were In under the viva voce method of voting dying out equally as quickly. men rotcd thostiaigbt ticket for fear proof of this, witness his wonderful tboy would be read out of their party ilare up and collapse last fall. recently or else would make enemies in their He entered this Slate and pursued a somcwhnt irregular own ranks. Under tho secret ballot all these course, bearing chiefly, however, The voter crowds bavo conditions are removed. tbo North. Large goes into the booth alone, where be Once attended his performances. tho history of this Slato ho can calmly vote his sentiments and then go nbout'his business. passed through and was given un ova Wo wish to impress tins fact upon tiou ami reception like unto that actho voters of Ohio county. It is not corded tho Rimini Heroes of yo olden Crowd surrounded him nnd necessary fur a man to proclaim on time?. heard bis words. Tho result of bin tho house top how bo expects to vote; thiough tho State is well it is not necessary for him to incur first tho displeasure and ill will of bis parknown. Again, bo comes nppearcntly to ty associates if he desire to scratch tho He may voto just as be savu from defeat tho great unknown, ticket. Sam J. Shaekleford. This of course pleases and no 0110 knows what he has h iwcver, is not tho real object of bis done but himself. Wo know there is great dissatisfacvisit. He is being groomed for PresHe is expected to shout tion existing iu tho comity, both ident iiain. neiostho sky again in IDOO.To securo ninong Populists and Democrats of tho fusion that bas been efthe nomination he must Keep 1111114011 pole purpose of helping cuiin'mitly boforo the peoplu who aio fected for tho certain gentlemon into oflice, some of willing to pay for 11 sight tt or ot him. Mr Bryan really docs not expect whom having no scruples about the mto oflico, to li In Mr. Khicklbfnnl. That i mtinner oftbeir getting but only a burning domes to get thero not what bo is looking out after. It is S.iackU ford's is ti hoi plewi oauso. An und fiio the Republicans nut. dnwiiiiig twin cilos out; "fnvo or I not necessary for a Democrat or PopM rd e bo-ca- w w The history of Mr. Ashcrafts candidacy is quite pathetic. He was nominated by the Democrats H. G. Smith by the Populist and R. M. Jolly by the Republicans. It has always been said that Mr. Jolly would win, and many eflbrts have been made to have Mr. Ashcraft withdraw, which he adso-luterefused to do. Tho pressure upon him became so great however, that he finally flew the track we say flew the track, but perhaps had best say thnt ho was jerked oir the track Hon. D. R. Murray, of Breckenridge county, has been placed in his stead as a mote ncceptablo sacrifice. Mr. Murray will accordingly bo offered up on the altars of his party about Mov ember the second. Mr. R. M. Jolly will represent the Tenth Senatorial District in the next Kentucky Legislature. Vanities of vanities sayetb Mr. Asbcraft; all is vanity. ly Meade and Breckenridge. llOKSi: llUAM'll. The little town of Horse Branch was quietly relieved of two of its fair maidens on last Sunday night. Mr. Henderson Short, ot Huntington, Indiana, and the Misses Janette and Lucy Axton, ot this place, started to attend a singing at Cane Run Church, but instead of going to church they went to the depot and took the train to Indiana, where Mr. Short and Miss lanette were will be united in the holy bonds of matrimony. Her parents knew nothing ot it until next morning-. Mr. Joe Miller has gone to Indiana to work, with Mr. W. L. Graves in a hickory timber mill. Mr. Pete Miller hdS gone to Rock-por- t, Indiana to move his grandfather, Mr. W. P. Allen, back to Ken- tucky. Mr. R. L. Boyd is erecting a new dwelling in town. We now hear the sound of hammars; both of carpenters nnd smiths. Who said that Horse Branch was dead? Did you know that we went nutting and grape banting? We gathered a very few nuts, but oh! at the grapes we did find. The patty consisted of Mr. and Mrs, C. C. Lyons, Mr. and Mrs M. B. Crowder, Mr. J.W. White, and Misses Maude, Zel, Gertie Lyons and Cora Brady. We met in Sunday School at ten o'clock Sunday morning with a good attendance. As our literature had net arrived we only had a bible class, which was very interesting. After recitation our Superintendent, W. B. Nurz, gave us a very interesting talk. Well, do you want to know anything about the speaking lie re last Saturn aayf we liau a gooil crowd to near the candidates, but one put ot that crowd went dwny discouraged, as ticket is .surely that Demo.Pop-cra- t not in the fight this time; as I was afraid to risk my judgement I asked several of the leaders of that party for their honest opinion aud they simply said that their candidates were lost. Who is lost? I asked. Vickers and Black; they never made one point, and the only thing theydid was to try to bulldoze some one. It teems that noise is what they want to make and it seems that they are surely making a success of it. I see that cousin J. P. is very much discouraged and if he knew as much as I do he would be more that way than ever. One of as good men ns there are in the Demo cratic party told me that he would not support that win for nnythlng. The Populist party in this precinct will, half ot them, not vote that ticket. They say they will not vote under the Rooster. Some will vote the Republican ticket, while others will vote lor Parker and quit. Mr Poney McDaniel lost his dwelling and contents by lire a few nights since. His wile was going up stairs with n lamp nnd when Hearing the top she lell, throwing the lamp, which exploded, setting everything in reach on lire. Mr. McDaniel was just entering the gnte and seeing the fire run to the house iu time to get his children out before the ceiling fell in, Loss Rkuui'.n. about $750. Meager icpoits ot a killing, which occuied at McIIenry Wednesday, have come to us, the real facts of whicl! are not obtainable. It seems from repoit that Tom Hayden and n woman, both coloicd, had a dispute over a child, when Hayden drew n revolver nnd fired, killing her Instantly, Up togolrg t press Hayden had not been arrested. !" so H it rogatdul that Shack-h-tu- l bin llf'tod up hi j voice and shouted out the pathn.io appeal, "boys vo c for mo " It Is too Into, Mr, Kuiu'klrford, your lute is sealed. You had just as well piepuro to solace yourself with thcto words: Of nil sad words of tonguoor pen p ; ulist who is opposed to ticket to bring down on bis head wrath of bosses und candidates, making known his objections to ticket or by letting them know way ho intends to cast his ballot. tho fusion the by tho tho It is not necessary for bosses ami candidate! to know every thing any how, The siiddti-- itrottese; It ni'gbt hove been." t IV1 j licit (JuukU in Utuq. Bjtup. 'luu-- i (luuJ.' Dm Hilil brtlrurgl.li. 18 tut r1 The voter certainly has sumo pi in ciples albeit tboy seem to bo few. However, 0110 of tIiso principles Is tbo right to go into tho booth ami hi i ballot to suit his own sweet will and to voto against any man who U i.ot according to his luste. to make laws fixing the ptlce of money as to make laws fixing the pi ice ol cutterly nnd broadcloth." That Wui. Jennings Bryan like his First Appellent was indicted and predecessor, William convicted lor unlawfully selling misguided spirituous liquors contrary to "An Lowndes, "was not in the least nwarc act to regulate the selling, procuring that a piece of metal with the stamp ot or giving of spirituous, vinous or the Goverutnentonitwasnconiinonity any intoxicating drink in the county of which the piice was governed by the same laws which govern theptice of Carter, approved March. 18S6." It was admitted upon the trial that ot a piece ot metal fashioned into n a vote of the people had been taken spoon or buckle, nnd that it was no upon the proposition of selling such more in the power of Parliament kingdom richer liquor and that a majority had voted to make the against it, and at the time of the by calling forty cents a dollar than offense it was unlawful to sell such to make it larger by calling n lurloug liquor according to this sptcial act. a mile." That "he had n considerable folBut the question raised now is, does not Section Gi of the Constitution, lowing composed partly by dull men, and Chapter 81 of Kentucky Statutes who really believed what he told men, repeal the special act of 18S6 and them, and partly by shren-ethereby render prosecutions under il who were perfectly willing to be authorized by law to pay one hundred ineffectual. Section 61 of the Constitution reads dollars with eighty" and partly by a as follows: "The General Assembly hoard of office seekers whose ambition would not halt nt shall by general law provide a means whereby the sense of the people of the sacrifice of country. That "anj man of plain underany county, town district or precinct may be taken as to whether or not standing might have known thnt spirituous, vinous or malt liquors when the State treats full weight coin shall be sold, bartered or loaned and lightweight coin as equal in vnU therein, or the sale thereof regulated. ue, the latter will drive the former But nothing herein shall be construed out of circulation" n natural law to interfere with or to repeal any law known even to Aristophanes, when in force relating to the sale or gifi of Hyperbolus was robbing Athens of such liquors. All elections on this her reason, and Cleon of his purse, question may be held on a day other while both were charging crimes against their fellow Greeks. than the tegulaf election days." That "amid the public distress one This section literally interpreted class,the bankers, greatly ptorpered." left all the local laws like the one under consideration wholly intact and That "the helpless masses were cruelin full operation, but it was manifest- ly ground between one class who ly intended that in the performance would give money only by 1I1 iUs nnd ot the duty enjoined thereby, the and another who would take it only General Assembly would necessarily by weight." That "the labour found that the have an exercise power of miking bit of metal, which when he hid rethe required general law comprehensive of the whole subject and enforci-b- le ceived it, was called n dollnr, would uniformly throughout the Com- hardly, when he wanted .1 pot of ber or a loaf of bread, go fnr a quarter." monwealth, That "It may well te doubted This was done by the act of March whether all the misery inflcted on Chapter 81. Kentucky the people in a quarter of a century 1894 10, Statutes which not only provides by bid Kings, bad Mimsteis, bed for the means of taking the sense of Parliaments nnd bad Judges, was iituinc tar. the people of each county, to.vn, dis- equal to the misery caused in a single LARGEST NORMAL SCHOOL IN THE SOUTH trict and precinct 011 the question un- year by bad money." SJWIISH TtACrtEBS'SCICNTinC WtO ClASSieCOUMM. JV " frrf liarAum romo. -- . jWfTTOV j- der discussion, but this general law tf tm-' &j2-"-ZFor as atrocious as was the great -- " s r.tn CATAlOOua is made applicable to and paramount crime of 187,5, when silver was stabin every such local subdivision of the bed, and jabbed and banged about, State iu retpecttothe conditions of even at the dead hour ot midnight, holding the elections and how often when grave yards yawn for victims, they may be held, the class of persons "it did not prevent the conTmon busWkf V4f ia VMP excepted and conditions upon nnd ex- iness of life from going on." Indeed, tent to which they are excepted from the monumental tragedy was so sethe operation of the law and also the cret, so iusidious it took seventy manner of enforcing and the penalties millions of the most alert and enfor violation of it. lightened people, something over It Is manifest that this general law twenty years to discover the diabolfp-d- ay has the eflect to supersede all local ical deed. What n nation of Pinker-ton'- s laws on the subj tct, aud carries out we are. Surely crime must be Hulbs for Full Planting out ot doors. the policy of uniformity in character on its last legs, while our honor and Bulbs for Winter blooming in tho house, nnd administration which was the independence were sold to foreign Plants for blooming during tho Winter. leading idea of the fratners of the powers, and our chartered rights inConstitution. But section 61 of the vaded by Infamous Lombard and Pluuts for decorating Constitution provides "nothing here- Wall streets. Beeds for Fall sowing out of doors. Whether Republicans in shall be construed to interfere with or Democrats, Protesteuts or Jesuits-weiSeeds for Winter Bowing in tho hotiso. or repeal any law In force relating'to uppermost "hundreds and Send us 10c to pay postngo and package and wo will send you 15 'the sale or gilt of such liquor," and hundreds of thousands of good honest Selected Bulbs, or Six packages of Sclectod Flower Seeds, or six in this case it is held That section families labored, traded, ate their 61 of the Constitution is reconciled packages (all tli(Ierent) Siveot Peas, or all thrco collections for 25c, meals and Inydo.vn to rest in com-fowith' the other provisions of the Connnd'secunty; the ganger drove She . 0., reene, iJ. stitutions, in accordance with which general law of March 10. 1894 the was enacted, nnd exists, and that such law has not nullified the tflect of elections held under the special law applicable to Carter county and that HAVE OPENED THEIR such sateof liquor therein is unlawful and will remain r.o until another election be held with a different result and according to the provisions of the general law, now iu lorce. It is understood here that lu nnny counties and precincts heretolore dry under old local nets it was taken as a matter of course that the old nets stood repealed, and preparations have beeu begun or completed fo open up saloons pending any attempt to get a vote and a new restriction under the general local option law. Of course theactive "wets" in these counties and communities will have to pull lu their horns nnd those that have sold liquor since the 28th will, if prosecuted, have to pay the penalty which the higher court says is whether the law violated is the general local option law or an old local act. It may be possible that opinion has a bearing also on the extent to which old corporation charters An olgant vehicle and good hoists A fine new OMNIBUS will ra0t all day trains at Beaver Dam. aro afiected by section 573 Kentucky Leave order at I'le-'d- 'i All or Urn promptly attended to, Lheiy Stable efguarantees a comfortable ride, Statutes, which section went Into corner Market aw) Union Btro da, Hnnfird, fect the sS.tl) cf September last. d now?' Sure enough, ns I glanced nimirr. The fust Thanksgiving dinner was down the track I saw him lying with his feet down the &ttht embankment celebrated in thi-- i country two hundred and seventy six years ngo, nt nnd his head pillowed on the rail. Plymoth, Massachusetts. The whole We turned unny horror stricken nnd American nimy was present it num- the engineer reversed with a jerk. bered twenty men. Milts Stamlish, When we .stopped, the engine was far the backward lover of Priscilbi, sat nt past the p lint wVrc the Irishman the feast, while Priscilln set veil nt the lay We iiiMttuted the freight cars tables. The htcry will nppeai in the and ran on tip if the train until wc November issue cf The L idles' Home got opposite the plice where we had Journal. Ileie Indiana and whiles .seen him lying. With sickening sat down together by the tables ct in heaitswe peeped over the carand the wuoJs, nnd enjoynl the roast there wai that Irishman standing up. turkey, beechnuts, clam chowder, The top of his head was scalped as nicely ns it a Pnmanche had done the fish, talad, cikes, fruit nnd other deUiimidful ol the blood streamlicacies provided. It was at this historic dinner that the first osteis ing lu rivulets and torrents from his were served. The illustrations ol the head, he was gazing sorrowfully at a nrticle show portraits ol the Pilgrim fragment of broken glass 'he held in his hand. As he looked up at d saw us fathcis. he shook his fist at us nnd turned Nrnr mi Ilia ,rrl. Iodsc nstrcnk of Hibernian expletives, "My little brother had scrolula very the wind-uof which was, 'Ye dirty badly, but alter taking a few bottles villains, ye've broke me bottle.' " of Hood's Susapatilla he was cured Coughs, colds, pneumonia and fev and not symptoms ol the scrolula re main except a few scars on bis neck. crs may be prevented by keeping the It has been thiee years sine-h- e was blood pure and the system toned up cured by Hood's ".Miss with Hood's Snrsaparilln. Alice Perry, Argentum, Kentucky. AImiiii tlir Xtt Miiirrliilniilcnl, 1'n.f. John C. Willis, of Bowling Hood's Pills net easily nnd ptompt-lon the liver and bowels. Cute Green, In writing to the Riu'UIimcan says: sick headache. I mu glad to learn that our old . i friend, Mr. Fon Rogers, has such linn llifr llj 11 Trill 11, 'Upon one occasion," said a trav- flittering prospects cf being the next eling man, "it was my privilege to County Superintendent ol Ohio counride with the engineer in the cab of ty. Mr. Rogers is an old pupil of his engine tic was an old friend, mine I know him well. He is one nnd after quizzing him iu regard to of the few young men in whom I mu tu 1 acquaintances in our home have the most implicit confidence town, nnd talking over our boyish nnd faith. While a student with me, escapades. began to draw him out he was industrious, faithful, intelligentleman in in regard to his profession, hoping to gent. He was a get a htnry out of him. I asked him thought, sentiment nnd conduct of if he ever ran down nny one with his unimpeachable integrity, high moral engine. 'No,' he replied niter n purposes and clean character.- If he moment's thought, but there is an is elected I predict for him a brilliant Irish .section hand on this section that administration. Onio county has had good SuperinI expect to kill some day. He gets , and I have tendents iu the past, nnd linn a good diunk altel each stopped my engine three times al- one now, nnd without disparagement ready to keep from running over hlni to any, I will say that Mr. Rogers, if will be easily the eqial to ns he lay 111 his drunken stupor on nny one that Ohio county bus ever the trick ' had. Respectfully yours, "We were running through n cut Wimjs. John nt the time. The track at that point had a Miatp curve, so that we had a " ' view of only a few yards ahead. Just .nam xTr as the engineer ceased speaking we 'I lip i'lr-- l 'I Imiili-KlTln- if j. San-npuill- y T piy-day- c xr rfta&i K'. v 1 SEEDS, Qat&logcie for Asking. end e rt f Afejtj;p y. HINRY FIELD -- & BOH uni-foi- to-da- To tn.3L From Beaver lOatna. tev- - TTR. FAIR & COMPANY Have received their entire lino and to say the least of it they are Beauties, and at Below prices competition cannot touch. we will describe some o( them as best we can on paper, but the best thing for you to do is to come and see them. Koy.t m.k.t (he food pur., wholesome and dtllclous. Dig line of Hosiery cheap at J. E. Fogle & Co's. Horn to tin wife ot Mr. Henry at J. Sclnpmlre n girl. Price Unit Inspire confidence B Fogle &Co'8. Lot ITo. 1 d back storm collar, with straps; very attractively trimmed with three rows of silk, linish lustre braid and live rows around bottom, price $1.08. 23 in. long, full swecpe Empire back.slash-e- Is a heavy quality, black Chiviot cape Lot No. 2- - ,lutou 24& long, full sweepe, collar with storm strap, double Empire back; very hansomely embroidered with jet, beads around the collar of cape. Special design on plaid back, faced with silk serge, price $2.7. Is a fine quality heavy melton, in. ' Is a heavy broadcloth. 24 in. long, top cape 10Jo in. long, connected with Empire back, full sweepe, combination turn down or storm fancy pointed collar, diamond shape back, trimmod with two rows oi silk finish lustre braid, fastened with straps, in black only, price $3.24, a beauty. Lot Ho. 3 Lot Ho. strap, double Empire back, both collar and top cape embriodcrcd with jet, price $3.98. UnTo- - 5-ifcIs a super quality heavy wool beaver 24 in. long,sweepe, round collar with strap triple Empire back with yoke, front made with plaits to match,yokc back edged with Entire cape elaborately worsted cord. embroidered with jet," price $4.98. in, long, full swecpe, scolloped top cape 9 in. deep, bound with silk finish braid,com-binatio- n turn down or storm fancy round collar, diamond shape back, fastened with -- Is a heavv mialitv of wool beaver, 23 4" n Hot (t r- wool mixed English boucle, 27 in. long, top cape 12 in. long, connected with double Empire back, full sweepe, storm collar, both sides of collar, top cape and Empire back elaborately embroidered in jet beads, Is an extra quality fine Mohair and collar trimmed in Thibbot Fur, price $6.48 x--ot 20 in. long, 107 in. sweepe, storm collar, cape covered jVwith embroidery of cut jet beads and fine worsted braid, collar trimmed to match with Thibbot Eur,two fancy pockets, price $6.50. also n Wo liow a complete lino ol plush Capes from 83.20 to 810,00, Ifiutereatod you should tint fail to seo our complete bit? lino of Jackets. shown iu Ohio county. Also highest lino of drefs good, and Milliuery liuo Don'tybrgct the place, Samples of dress goods scut on application. Is an extra fine quality salt seal plush, :lto- - t- - & COMPANY1, FAIR JPsitt? jpealers. rix Hiip'rlntUHlmU' VLII. The fol'owlng subscribers have if) Dona Wetter-field- ; Oct. 26. 8 a. m , Crowe, 11 0. m. No. 107, S. W. B, Iglehart, Point Pleasant; Frank Orella Ralph, Oct. 2 p.m., No. 80, No. Hues, Prentis; J. B. Wetler, Paul 27,8 a.m., No. 84. 11 n. m, Abel, Bardstowr.; Dr. T, G. Turner, N ' 77, A. G. Teel, 2:30 p. " No. 43. Dunmore; Lee lichenor, Mcllcnry; Sallie Ford, Oct 28, 8 a. m. C. C. Cntter.Niwows; Samuel Keown, ! V. M. Mosely, 11 n. m. No. 42. J Fordsville; W It Carson, Beda; Miss M- Magan, 2:30, p. m., No. 93- Dent Woodward South Carrollton; 8 a. in. No 93 Mr j T L Davis, Sulphur Springs Oct 29. ' J. S. M. Rojnl, 11 n. m. No 159. Soper. Oct. 29, Teachers meeting nt Folds All Teachers of the Dmtrlct ville in; paid their subscription sinct our last repott: V. H Moore, Hartford; J, are requested to attend. 35 II Siiowz. Co S.tpt Depression of Spirits In r, 'I ho Republican; St. so common summer-tlm- o. and the Semi-weekl- y loins Globe-Democrat one year for $1.75. Judge R. R Welding will the voters of Ohio county o- the l llttcnl issues 01 the i'ay at the lollow-In- g times nnd plneeK Fordsville, P m ; Olaton, Saturday, OA 2J Horse nranch at Oct. 26. i,p in night; Itoslne O t. 37 p. m ; Baize, town, Oct 38. nt night; Cromwell, Oct. 29, 1 p, in , Pientis nt night; 1 1 accompanied bylo33 of energy, means lack of thought-powa deficient supply of nourishment. The vital force Is lost. It Isn't a question of muscle and sinew, but of resistance and endurance. At any age, but especially In youth, It Involves the rrsk of lung disease. Loss of flesh and a cough are threatening signs. ddresx ScoESoiubioR of Cod-liv- er fi' the meeti these cases Oct. 30, Beaver Dam, It tones up, fattens at perfectly. Sjhroader'a Schoolhouse, Nov and strengthens. night. In Scott's Emulsion the tasta Captain T. II. Milchtl, who has of ths oil Is fully disguised, charge of the cleaning of Rough making It almost a3 palatable River whs in town Monday nmUhinks as milk. completed iu about Oil, with hypo-phosphlte- s, 1 P- - ! 1 ths work will be sixty d.iy. SCO drucult. Por Ml. at wa. and i. by ft Uownk, Ufg. Cbtml.u, Naur York We want your eggs nnd leathers. J. B. Foom & Co. $2.50 will get you n good overcoat rtaaml at J. B. Fogle & Co's. 50c will buy you n nice pair of 10-- 4 blankets at J. B Fogle & Co's. Ladies capes from 70c up as high as you want them ut J. E. Fogle & Absolutely Pure Co's. Do you know that Fair & Co. show SOYAl SAKINi) PODI CO., ftlW the prettiest jackets and capes in Ohio county. You must buy from J. E. Fogle & Good lunch at Carson Bros. Co's. if you wish to buy good goods Mrs. C. M. Harnett is quite sick lor little money. this week. You can't be happy uuless you are Choice fruits and Iresh oysters at dressed. Patronize J. B. Fogle & the great saving of Carson Hros. many thousands Co. and be happy. of dollars to the tax payers, besides Do you know that Fair & Co will For the best attention and a good the betterment ofthe condition of the not be undersold. square feed for your horse, patronize unfortunate ones In our great asyDo you know thnt Fair & Co. have Field's Livery Stable. lums, showing them to be "in better the prettiest millinery. Don't wear baggy trousers when condition, so far as all that goes to Do you know Fair & Co. are headyou can get nice new ones at J. E. makeup model institutions ofthe kind are concerned, than was ever quarters for dry goods. Fogle & Co's. so cheap. t known in their history under DemoRock-pot- t, Captain David Duncan, of You will find bargains anywhere cratic control. Thus refuting the was in town yesterday. you stop In our house. many cheap unreliable stories circuJ. E. Booms & Co. Esq. C. L. Field has moved to lated through Democratic presses nnd South Carrollton temporary. rehashed by the little Democratic polDon't buy you boots and shoes unDo you know that Fair & Co have til you see I. E. Fogle & Co's line; iticians concerning Republican rule In Kentucky. Mr. Parker nlso spoke they will save jou money. the best line of black dry good. at some length, being introduced by Arrangements nre being made to Do you know Fair ft Co. keep the Mr. Bailey we have no Populists have Hon. W. C P. Breckinridge brightest, best store In Hattfotd. here, except free silver Democrats, speak here Saturday October 30. and Mr. Parker does not take kindly Mr. 15. T, Miller was in Hotse Don't buy your winter underwear to them after their shamelul treat-ma- nt Branch Tuesday on legal business. until you see J. B. Fogle & Co. and of him. He is an entertaing Do you know that you miss bar- you are sure to buy from them. and pleasant (.peaker. Our peo gains when you do not consult Fair & Don't worry; come to J. E. Fogle ple were pleased with Mr. Parker Co. & Co's. and let them sell you the for they believe him to be very much Do you know that Fair & Co. have winter goods you really need. in earnest and perfectly honest in the prettiest line of overcoats and what be believes. V. D. DelJaven has moved I Mr. clothing. Mr, Bailey made a splendid impress from the Mrs. Patterson property to Young man do you know that Fair the Clint Carpenter house on the ion, he is a graceful and entertaing speaker and will receive the hearty &Co. have the pitttiest shirts and Beaver Dam road support of all Republicans, and it is neckwear. There are two little boys at the believed he will receive, even as Mcs Hr. C. II. Hamilton, wife and son, county poor house who can be adopt- Kinley did, the support of many of Powderly Mines, were in town ed by reliable parties. Apply to sound mony Democrats, who do not Sunday. care to risk.the triumphs of free silver poor-honcommissioner!. principles at the polls by voting for Mr. Gus Riley, who has had typhoid Mr, Jo L. Carson has jnst complet- Governor Hiudman. fever for several weeks, is slowly imIn fact Mr. ed a nice dwelling house for Mr. Bailey told your correspondent that proving. Mason Taylor beyond Beaver Dam he had abundant of assurance of that Tho Commercial Club will meet in on the Cromwell road. kind from all portions of the State. special session at the Court House As I have before stated in your themselves to All persons knowing journal, the Republicans are making Mr. W.H.Newbolt, of near Owcns-hor- o, be Indebted to me by note or account a winning fight in this, the Eleventh visited relatives in and near will please call and settle same, and Judicial District, for Circuit Judge greatly oblige, town this week. and Commonwealth's Atttornoy.Maj. 8 ti D M. HocKisn, C. O. C. C, Den-haW. J. Lisle, of Lebanon, a gallant Born, to the wife oi Rev. J. Hocker, of Haynesville, on the daughter, officer of the Union army, an accomMrs. John Piles and 17th inst., a girl. Mrs. J. W. Daniel and daughter, of plished scholar and cultivated gentleman, a lawyer of high standing T. King has moved from the Owi usboro, are visiting the family of John and ripe experience, and withal a Mr. J. L. Carson this week Klien property on College Street to profound student of the law, is the the Mrs. Patterson house. Photographer A. D. Taylor has re- Republican candidate for Circuit The residence of Mr. P. McDiniel, turned Irom Dawson nnd will be Judge, and Mr. J. H. Woodward, ol of near Olaton, was destroyed by fire found In his gallery here- - in person Greonsburg, a lawyer of first-l- ass last Friday night. Loss about 5750. every Monday and at Beaver Dam ability, and a young man of great the balance of the week. worth and high personal character is Do you know that Fair & Co. sell calico, ginghams, domestics and all Mr3, Dr. J. C. Hoover, of Owens-bir- the party's nominee lor Commonstapler cheaper than any house In nnd Mrs. T. II. Aull and child wealth's Attorney. The district is Ohio county. ren, of Bowling Green, are the guests composed of the counties of WashingJudge O'Rear, who will be here the of their uncle, Capt. Sam K. Cox, ton, Marion, Taylor and Green, is very close. In Congressional races 25th, Is one ol the leading Republic-- , and family this week. it has gone Republican, but Bryau nns of the State. You should come On the account ol sickness in his carried ic by a small majority, though out and hear him. iirnily Hon. C M. Barnetl has been it is not believed the Democratic canMisses Margaret and Mary Nichols, compelled to cancel his appointments didates can never reach the high who have been visiting the family of to speak nt different places in this water mark of the Bryan vote. ConDr. B. B. Pendleton for some time, county as heretofore published. ditions throughout the District are returned to their home at Calhoon, For Salu One farm of 100 acres generally favorable to Republican lust Saturday. of land, 3 miles North of Hartford; success, the most unfavorable being was in has five never failing' veins of water, right herein Lebanon, Major Lisle's Mr. Shelby Taylor attendweek this Louisville a large variety of ftuit tress, good home. These unfortunate conditions the honse and out buildings. For fuulher have very unnecessarily been brought of meeting ing the He was a about by some Masonic Grand Lodge information call at this office. I24t, Republicans seeking and procuring deligate from the lodge at this place. Everyone desires to keep Informed Democratic opposition, in a city elec"sl Marks, of lower No Mr. T. on Yukon, the Kloudyke and Alaskan tion, to a Republican candldute for Creek, suffered a severe stroke of for large ComCaptain A. Olltitt. Nominations for Friday evening. A gold fields Send 10c. heart failure last pendium of vast iulormatiou and big city tickets, or candi physician was at once summoned nnd map to Hamilton Pub. Co , In dates, for city offics, are wholly uneffort he was re- color after considerable diannpolls, Iud, known in the history of the town, but vived. prominent Republicans called on Wednes-di"Shout" Render was tried Rev. J. P. Hicks, who has Had Capt. Oflutt, a charter member of the under writ of htbeis corpus for chaige ofthe Presbyterian Church at Republican party in the town and killing of Dee Walker, which this place for the past few yeafs, has the county, to become a candidate for some time since, and he resigned his pastoral charge, and Mayor and selected to run with him moved to Lebanon, Tenu., whete he was held to answer in the sura of a board of Councllmen, which, with twenty-fiv- e hundred , dollars, which will probably make his future home. the Mayor would be Republican on a he gave and was released. vote. Certain nntl Administration Alleiilltm runner. Briug on your wheat aud com. We Mr A. D.Taylor, the photographer Republicans in town have gotton out will buy or exchange as suits you, showed us a group ol the lawyers of a Democratic candidate for Mayor Wc are running every day and turu ing out the best flour the mill has Hartlord, which he had just com- and a board, which, with the Mayor, s iti every on a vote, will be Democratic. This ever made can exchange with you pleted. It was immediately upon airlval Satsl.iction particular and proves conclusively Democratic opposition is the very last guaranteed. that Mr. Taylor thoroughly under- thing Republicans, with the party at Bkavbr Dam Milling Co. heart, and more especially that of stands his business. ltrimbllriiu Itully. Mnj. Lisle, could possibly desire. In Mrs. A. D, Reid, n.ivery successful EdC O'Rear, of Mt. Sterling, will as much as Republicans active in getaddress the voters of Ohio county nt teacher of Physical Culture and El- ting out this Democratic opposition the Court House in Hartlord, Monday, ocution, with her class of twelve of to our City ticket have alwaws been October the 25th at 1 o'clock p. m. our most talented young ladles, will considered as warm and staunch supJudge O'Rear is one of the finest give a Grecian Art Eutertalnment porters ofMnj Lisle their conduct orators in the State, a prominent nt the Court House, Thursday evening becomes nil the more inexplicable. Rapublican, and the public would do November the 4th. The program will It Is certainly very unfortunate, for well to hear him dicuss the vital is consist of excellent drills, recitations, the least possible excitement we pantomimes, tableaux,muslc &c. The could sues of the day. have in our City election is Dude Drill will be a novel and interbest for Republicans. While we Congressman John Rhe.i, ol esting feature. The Working Song, hope for the best It can easily be seen addressed a Demo Popo-cra- t by tw'enty bright girls nnd boys, will a good sized crowd at the Fair Grounds be good. Don't miss it The Park that there are elements ol danger in last Monday. He sized his crowd up City Dally Times says: "Mrs. Reid's the situation which we mint be preC. J. and made his speech to suit it. He entertainment was decidedly the best pared lor, spoke in the severest denunciatory ever given in Bowling Green." Ycllinv Jiick Killed. terms ofthe National Democrats and Candy cathaitic kills Cascarets. said that li there was one corner in Ou Tuesday morning ot the home hell that was hotter than another it of the bride, Mr. Addis B. Pate was Yellow Jack wherever they find bm, would certainly be reserved for them, martitd to Miss Lena Carson, in the No one who takes Cascarets regularly In course of his remarks he assailed presence of only a few friends, Rev. and systematically is In danger from Hon. John G. Carlisle, and called G. J. Bean performing the ceremony. the dreadful disease, Cascarets kills him the arch traitor for changing his Mr. Pate is one of Hartford's rising, Yellow fever germs in the bowels and politics, and in the very next breath young business men, being the Sen- prevent new ones from breeding, toe. 10 4t 25c. 50c. all druggists. lie admitted that he too had changed ior member of the firm of Pate Brothfronts on the political questions and ers, and the bride is readily acknowlHe devoted a edged as one of our fairest and aioit was a Populist now. Milgreat deal of his time to free silver, fascinating young ladles a daughter but never said anything about one of Judge J. V. Carson. They left ot dollar wheat. He roundly abused once lor Nashville, Tenn., where everybody that disagreed with him, they will spend n few days, after M. except the tnrifl nnd the present which they will return and take State Admistratlon, which by his rooms at Judge Cnrsous. The silence we suppose he endorsed. OU Oills. T cum: a cold i.v onk hay crowd dispersed with the unanimous For a limited time 99 cents will pay Take Laxative Ilromo Quinine verdict that Mr. Rhea was a big man All Druggists reluud tht monbigger around the waist than nny for one dozen cabinet size photos at 6 6 mo. I Schroder's Floating Studio. ey If It falls to Cure. 25c, where cIhc. lovtj lift! P0W0ER ' YORK r Hullo mill nt I, Ixnnii, Lebanon, Ky , Oct. iH Our candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals, Hon. J. (J Bailey, spoke in Lebanon Siturduy night, the 16th Inst, as did lion. Jo A PaiLer, the Populist cmdtdate. Mr. Bailey was introduced by that old war hcjr.it: ol Republicanism in Mnrlon county, that gallant stafT officer (.f the lute Gen. K. H. Murray, who accompanied GeuerN al Sherman In his famous march to the sea, Capt. Andrew OfTutt. The Court house was crowded to its utmost capacity and a kind and respec-fu- l hearing was given both gentlemen. Mr. Bailey led off in a speech of some length and discussed the current issues ol the day. He was particularly happy In his defense ofthe administration of the State's affairs by the Republican party, and showed by the record the superior management of our Penitentiaries and charitable Institutions since the Republicans have had control of them, and l'ni-Ue- MICHAEL, KING Great Benefit He Ras Received A-WHEE From Paine's Celery pound. Com- 7 W$imf?ff ! :Ww Invincible, peerless, wonderful is When he races his chief competitors is time, aud when he crosses the tape in his finishing sprint he leaves records as well as op ponents behind him. James Michael, the most wonderful bicyclist of the world, recommends all wheelmen to take Paine's celery Michael. compound. Many a young person and hundreds 01 older people who have determined to take up bicycling as a health-givinexercise find themselves really g his own methods the following letter will interest everybody. Boston, Mass., Feb. 31, 1897. se t. m o, lacking the proper "snap" or stamina to begin on. Their bodily conditions prevents so spirited exercise. Many who are really sick, who have suffered from debility or wasting diseases for a long time until they had begun to think their troubles had become chronic, as nothing gave them relief, would turn to bicycling lor relief, but they find that this splendid exercise, like any other, requires strength to under take. Th e blood 13 out of order, the nerves are deranged, and nature's food for both is needed.All such persons will find to their Immense joy that Paine's celery compound will make them well. Michael has made cycle riding a cateful study, and is in a position to give excellent advice, not only to racing men, but to wheelmen and people in general. In reference to - After the exertion of record-ride- s while with the Morgan & Wright team In the South last winter, during which I lost somewhat in weight, on account ofthe unaccustomed climate, I was advised to use Paine's celery compound. I am pleased to say that it gave such satisfaction that I .was impelled to use It again to brace up from the effects of the two unusually rough ocean trips that I have taken during the past month. I believe that wheelman who have to undergo the hardships of "circuit chasing" will find Paine's celery compound of assistance is keeping up their physl cal tone. Jimmie Michael. Thousands needs to take a remedy to purify their blood, arouse the circulation and counteract the debilitating effect ol confining work, worry and and excitement. The more intelligent portion 01 every community are the ones who best recommend Paine's celery compound. They have looked into this great remedy following its remarkable achievements in the caseofiriends, neighbors and relatives, and know just what to expect from its use as a nerve and brain strengthener and restorer and an ideal invigorator for a run-dosystem. Itrc'l)it lor Fnrincra' l'lKldint;. . free-stiv- er You rent year niter year, and have no farm when you get through. The landlord has your money and the farm, at the end of the year. We offer you Ohio River Bottom land, in Ballard county, one of the best counties In Kentucky, on the following reasonable terms: 50 acres at $14 00 per acre . . $700.00 Cash 50.00 First year 50c per acre . . . 25.00 Second year, $1 00 per acre . 50.00 Third year, $2.00 per acre . . 100.00 Fourth year, $2 50 per acre . 125.00 Fifth year, $3 00 per acre . . 150.00 Sixth year, $3 00 periacre . . . 200.00 y first-clas- pudding: Take sixteen bushels wheat at 40c to one at $1. Add 16 bushels irish potatoes at 15c per bushel to one at 76c. Season with 16 fat sheep at 50c per head to one at $2. Mix the whole amount with 16 calves at $2 to one at $10. Flavor with the absence of 16 stock buyers to one present every day at your house. Let it simmer slowly for four years; add lu while cooliug a little Altgeld, Debs, and Coxeylsm. Fill yourself full while lukewarm. Then go off" and hide yourself for twenty-fou- r hours. If this does not Total cost of 50 acres . . . $700.00 do you good there is no hope for you. This land produced the past season May the Lord have mercy on you. of 1896, 80 bushels of corn per acre, for Nnlc. and 5 acres ol Early Rose Potatoes About oue hundred acres of land, . prodcued 2,000 bushels, or 400 bushknown as the poor-houfarm, to be els to the acre. 10 acres of Prior average ot 1,200 sold at once by order of Court. Part Tobacco made an is pounds to the acre, which brought in of it timbered. This is part of the poor-hoularm, the market $ 5 for leaf and lugs; J. P. Morton, ) acre oi late cabbage brought $50, sola Corn's. E. P. Neal, at Cairo. J B. W. Foud, Vou can raise twice as much on a good bottom farm as in the hills, and your land don't wash away or wear out. Th. Editor of Th. BloomfUld low F.rm.r Write, of th. Qood Done by There has btcu no drouth iu BalOB. MILES' HEW HEART CURE. lard county U1I3 year and crops ate splendid. They are good every year.' We have good farms tor sale on long time.at bargains in Daviess, Ohio and McLean counties cheaper than We will anyone else will sell you. exchaugenuy firm we have for oth se se Rout Whon you can Own? Uncle Jim Rives' Iree-trad- e, To Benefit Others. W4rVJ ers. Rus-selvil- le, 53 acres, 4 miles from Hartford on Owensboro road, ' for sale at $10 per acre. For plat and further particulars apply L, Freeman Little, over Bank Commerce, or Huyh A. Williams, 214K Third Street, Owensboio, Ky F. II. HEAYKIN & t'K Pitor'a 1 ) G, S. HALEY. F. H. HBAVRIN, -- ulorKS' NJ3W- Coal at Dr. ler's Bank at 3c por bushel. PHOENIX HOTEL, 701 to 715 W. Mnrkot St. LOUISVILLE, KY. AUK a mint unielfuh men and womon who wish others to v?hat has rcatored them to know health ana happinew. Mr. 0, 1'. D&vU. publisher ot ono ot the test nows paper. In Iowa, wrlte from UloomOcld la., Aug 19 1S9C "My Ceilre to benefit others prompt, me to writ. ...I., w havAiunri Dr. llllca Hematite, la my family for nearly two years with moat graiuying resuiw. mo wnulil'nt novr do with P out them. My wife bad been weakly and down -- I aai!irnic imt rLp BKAJ'IV 124t E. Miller Tab-lect- Ratos $1,00 por day. RocUiotlon by tho tho wook Street cars from all depots past tho door. In contcr of wholes ilo mul to bacco trado. It ly s. for the past artcen years. Dr. Mile.' Heart Cure is exactly what hi. nam lniDllosi a ore cure for a weak, Buttering, palpitating heart, and Pr. Miles' Nerye and Liver I'llU ar. most excellent," Dr. Miles' Remedies are sold by all druga poaltlvo guarantee, flrat flit, undermoney uuded. Hook ou bottla Heart rof beneBU or .al nearly orery .uminer andNerTe.ontfreetoallappllcauU. DU. MILES MtUllUAL CO., Elkhart, Iud. Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, OCTOniJU ai, 1897. ' I SITA7ER ACROBATS. FEATS OF W. J. DFtYAN AND F. E. WHITE AS FREE TRADE AND FREE SILVER DEMOCRATS. WONDERFUL Wheat Up Silver Down. Tliero nro 110 greater economic- acrobats tlinu the silver Democrats now Riving exhibitions In tills couutry. They turn somersaults aud illpflnps backward nnct forward so fast that it makes ns dizzy to watch Uipui. In ouo year or ono campaign they aro landing cheapness and tho hiTentlvo Renins which caused it, and In tho next they aro cursing cheapness and tho causo of cheapness. All of tho frco trado silver Democrats hnvo douo this act. They havo had to do it nud still havo to do it whenever they let loose on theso two subjects, ns most of them aro wont to da It is to bo n free trader and not believe- in low prices. It is impossible to beliovo in tiio "crimo of 1878" ns tho causo of tho great nnd "ruinous" fall of prices which has siuco occurred nnd not bclicvo that low prices nro n curse. Becauso ho saw tho inconsistency of it, or for political reafous, W. J. Bry-mSilver and whent hnvo partod comin his cauvnss last year, practically refused to talk tariff aud spent his pany Intely in wny which will spoil timo discussing tho lack of money nnd tunny of tli arguments in tho tuns of tho evils of low prices. If ho had tnlkcd pamphlets and books now bolug circutariff, ho would havo been in danger of lated by tho silverites. Instead of tagrepeating his speech of March 10, 1802, ging around after each other and always keeping near together tlioy havo in which ho said, " You must atbroken separatso tribute it to tho inventive (ren ed that apart and nrolost widely of each they sight ins. That Is whnt 1ms other. While havo has gouo down 13 silver brought down prices In tills cents per ounce siuco July 1, 1800, country nnd everywhere." Hut Bryan is not a candidate, for wheat has gone up over 20 cents per bushel. Tho silverites will have to ofllco this year. Wo will devote, cur attheir arguments. tention to ono who has Icen conspicuous slnco 1803 as n frco trado Democrat, Silver unci Halo. and who is now, becauso of his nominaProfessor Francis E. Kiphcr has just tion for governor of Iowa, couspiouous ns a silver Democrat Of courso the discovered another ouo of tho many evil lion. Frederick E. White, is now saying effects duo to that awful "crimo of '78." Ho finds that tho rainfall nt that "tho people need moro money," nud that "an abundanco of monoy will Monticelln. Jonns rnnntv. Io.. dimin stimulate all kinds of industries," nud ished from 63 inches in 187G to 18 It is remarkublo that "that will Increnso tho prico of every- inches iu 1805. from 87 luches in 1803 thing nnd benefit everybody. " Ho nlso tho heavy drop to 18 inches in 1805 corresponds to tho says "tho dollar of today buys altogether too much," and tho rest of tho wholo heavy fall iu the prico of silver. Do rigmarolo of freo silver and cheap money not theo facts demonstrate clearly tho wisdom. Whnt, now, did this same Air. iutimato counection between silver and White say in his great speech of Juuo rain? Is there a farmer in America so blind that he cannot see this connec15, 1802? Under the subhoads "Cheapness" and tion? Every rntional man knows that th&Shylccks who perpetrated tho "crimo "Tho Real Causo of Cheapness" he of '73" will continno to depress and uiado 01110 statements so wholly with his prcsout position aud dogrado silver until not only Iown, but tho whole of America, is n dry, barren statements that ho will havo great diffidesert. Arouse, ye liberty loving, patriculty in explaining awny this inconsistI ency. His remarks at that timo being a otic sons of America Strike down the fair samplo of those of scores of other money sharks and famino makers of not tb's silver Democrats made then and since, Wall aud Lombard streets! LetRemono-tiz- o horrible crimo go unavenged wo quoto them below at somo length: silver at 16 to 1 and get back to "Tho stubborn fact, tho historic truth, I stares every intelligent man In tho face, tho rainy days of your fathers that everything mndo by huninn hands Greenback Ktlucatlon Iu Knnsu. or that is in auy senso tho result of huNow that prosperity is returning to man skill lias been getting constantly Kansas tho superintendent of public cheaper not only siuco tho Republican party has been iu power, but for tho schools of that stato ought to hunt up a Inst thousand years nud more, nnd hns United States note, of tho sort commonbeen getting chenper not only iu this ly described as greenbacks, and read couutry, but in every other iu conu-tiie- s every word thereon printed. Ho will then ice that the statement that "greenwbcro high tariffs aro maintained, backs aro not money, thoy are simply nud in others whero freo trade prevails, nnd notably eo iu England, whero the promises to pay," for which ho threatens to suppress a textbook, is n complete protcctivo principlo is entirely repudiaud exact descriptiou of these notes. ated. "What is then tho trno, active cnuso Wo do not suppose that this will chnngo of this constantly lowering prico list of his Populist view of his official duty, but it will cuablo him to understand manufactures? Why, sir, it is a constantly improving industrial condition how extrcmoly silly tho action is which lie Npw York Times. caused primarily by mechanical invention?, scientific discoveries nnd tho pro It&pld Dccllue of Interest. motion of general knowledgo. It is a "Tho truth Is," says tho Kansas City higher order of human ingenuity and industry, n moro practical industrial Journal, "that tho farmers of tho west education, nil resulting in superior nro fast losing their interest in silver as methods of mauufactnro. Tho slow, an issuo. They voted for free coinage clumsy ways of our forefathers hnvo becauso thoy wero persuaded that it was given way to tho improved methods of the only road to prosperity. They wanted it simply as a means to an end. As u moio mechanical ano, "Wo are constantly discovering and they are rapidly attaining tho end, they don't caro anything further about harucHsiug to our use. now forces of nature, aro continually utiliziug new menus." ideas and better methods, and Meitco Itealtzlng the Fopnllit Dream. tho inevitable rebult is, tho civilized Mexico is now reaping tho bitter world over, chenper food, cheaper fruits of freo silver coinage, which tho mo Popocrats are so eager to establish goods, cheaper comforts. Let in tell jou who it is that is responsible for this couutry. Though our neighboring this universal blcs.slnu; of lower republic lias been blessed with prices, who aro tho public benefactors, harvests, her free silver system abundant is threatnud who nro entitled to our everlasting ening her with financial ruin. Philagrntitudo It is tho mcchanio delphia Record. who has tho mental capacity to evolve an ideaan idea which materializes in Tlie Cheap Money Wolf. tho fihapo of u new maohiue, or in an improvement upon an old ouo; it is tho o.j cAi05.vj machinist staudiug ready witli his skill to utilizo tho mechanical forco of tho idea thus evohed; it is tho chemist who sits in his laboratory wotkiug with tho zeal of an enthusiast both night nud .I'll Ml H W Mi l day it, order that ho mny discover some w 'Mr w j Ma i -r liidtlt 11 forco of uature, somo now combination of materials or substances, somo new process that will bo n moru powerful factor in tho induxtrial world; it id tho fecieutist aud tho philosopher, who, taking for their text the gospel of etirnal truth as it stands revealed iu v tho pnlogicul stinta unci tho physical constitution of tho universe, aro constantly dragging to tho light of day b iter light uud moro knowledge. (Applause. "When, then, tills new light nud knowledgo have been brought to tho Tho sheepskin does not roucenl tho oiut of availability, when thcto new freo silver wolf. 11. act. lues have been invented and the rl I rncs improved, when all tlicbo now KluuUIUo Argument, 1' rcis, combinations nud processes havo Whilo Bryan, Towuo nud Altgeld aro I c u brought to tho point of practical buwuiliug tho scarcity of gold, tho vniily, thuy nro given to tho world, Kloudiku miuorH 1110 seuding over t y becomo tho world's property. That iu gold dust to tho Pnciiia t w lint lias enabled uh to mnko such coast. Tliero nro ovidently many milwndnful progress That is tho secret lions: moro to come. t f our marvelous success. That is vlvt has enabled us to multiply n Tho Free Silver Talkor, I, i.iicU and in tomo Instances n thou- All Iown paper remark that tho average free silver orator docs not uso mom e 'id fold our mechanical power, nnd In ii' 0 cur productive rapacity. than 1,000 of tho W0, 000 words iu tho ;Ap- I I in'' ) The reason things sell Knglish language. Ho also uses but ouo lower than formerly Is hecausu idea, nud that isn't so. St. Louis I i, 11 incon-Ehtc1 , riii'jr tluth Lnuil niH Ctirso ClirnvnrM. Utit Crcillt It tu luvcutlro (lonliu nml Then Ulainc It on the "Crimo of '73." Wlmt F. i:. White SAll In IHD1 "Tlilj Uiihcrnal MlrMlng of Lonor l'rlcc" "Tlilne Bell Lower liecmuo They Are Mailo Clieftper"',They Are Mmle Clitnp-c- r Ilerau.o of llrttor Method nml 1'roo-ru- n" lie Slionlil Kiplaln 111. I'reneiit Inconitatent 1'o.ltlou ul Statement.. I tho men who invented nnd hnvo perfected your printing press; to tho memory of thp men who discovered tho power of steam nnd who built your stcnut engines, who invented nud built your power looms nud cotton gins; to tho memory of tho men who constructed your tolegrnph nud laid your occau cables, who discovered nnd havo perfected tho besscmer steel process; to tho ..uuiory or uio men wno nnvo .no men- till capacity to put together your self binders, which hnvo revolutionized tho bread problem It is to tho memory of theso intellectual giants that wo ought to erect monuments that would picrco tho vory skies Inpnlnusol. whllo wo may with perfect safety allow tho namo of MoKinley and ovcry other politician to go unsung, unhouored nnd utitnouu- mcuted." Applause, I ! , I I I I I I , Nine KlnilA of Stone, Kino different kinds of circulating medium just think of it gold, silver, nickel, cupper, legal tenders, notional bank notes, gold certificates, silver certificates, treasury notes, nnd nil called money, about $1,200,000,000 of which relies on tho faith and credit of tho government for sustcunuco aud rests on tho vacillating, seusitivo business disturber and breeder of panics, turmoil nnd eUifc viz, tho gold reserve, which varjcg moro or ,CB, from ny , unv nU(j , tll0 BcnIo from f40 p U)(, ,, 00,000,000, tho minimum 000,000 to Icing a little moro than 8 per cent of tho liabilities nnd tho mnximnm nbout 12 per cent thereof I Onu nuy sauo man convince himself that this is n snfo condition of affairs, nud cau bo maintained indefinitely? Owing to certain conditions provall-in- g at tliis time, wo aro for tho timo being lulled Into feeling of false security and our efforts to adjust tho finances of tho government seem practically abandoned. Present conditions cannot bo expected to continno indefinitely, A very slight increase In imports or sales of our securities by foreigners would largely increase- the flow of gold iu that direction, aud, ns usual, tho unprotected government vaults would bo called upon to supply it. Then wo will havo a repetition of tho endless chain farce, further issues of bonds, business conditions seriously disturbed aud an nbuudanco of material for tho enemies of sound finance. Therefore, why not tako tho matter up without delay and dispose pt it iu a manner that will forovor eliminato from politics tho questions that wcro eo bit- terly contested during tho last cam- palgn, nud not wnlt until wo nro forced to do so. In times of case preparo for stringency, uud then Uicro will bo no stringency. WiHinm C. Littlo of St. 1 11 When you take Hood's rills. Tliu llg, oM sugar-coatepills, which tear )nu all to pieces, are not in It with Hood's. i:my tutike futi-loae- No Cripe General Directory. amWM12AaiZSii:iK'LaMJli(l STATU Ol'FICtALS. Governor William O. litmlloy. W. LiouU Governor J. Woitli-Inj'tn- nnd any to operate, 11 truo of Hood's rills, Blilch nre up to d.ito In every respect. Bftto, certain ami sure. All druEKlstJ. use. C. I. Itoo.1 It ti Hood's ti Co., taucll, 1 Pills MaM. Charles Finlcy. W. 8. Taylor. A tiilitor Snintiel II. Slono. Tri'iieurer Geo. VV. Lour. (J iinnifosioiicr ol Attriculluri'. Hor tictilturo Stntistics l.ueiis and .SecretnryofStutc Attorney General Monro, SEE THAT THE FAC-S1MILE Tbs only l'llli tq Like tuod's S.inapartlla. ('lias. O. Now that elections nre (lrnw- Reynold. ing nenr, nnd nil minds arc mote or iiisurnnco Bureau Com misiionc- rless occupied with politics, Henry I). W. Comlngoro. Cnbot Lodge's article in Harper's Ailji.lnnt General Ii. R Collier. Round Table on "Wlmt n I'lititnry Slato Librarian Mrs. Mnry Brown MeW is distinctly timely. The Day. American boy nt eltction times is nil ItAH.ItOAD COMMISSIONKltS. nrdent politician, nnd an nttfclc like Jno C. Wood, chairman; J. F. this, which sets f rlh clearly the fust I)etiii9ey, H. S. Irwin. i5ccretnry principles on which our pnlitic.il sys- Samuel F. Brown. coxnius'ios'At.. tem is built, nfl0r.l1 veiy valuable. is Senators Hon. William C. Liml-s.iwell ns hitcieftinj: reading. Hon. W. J. Deboc. 'Representative. Fourth Dutrct THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Hon. 1). H. Smith. y, Hiip'rintcnuYtit 1'tiblic M. tyiviton. Register Lund Officii liistntctinii-Go- ii ArcCclablcl'rcparalionrorAs-slmilating ihcFootl ntulRcflnln- tiiiiJ llic StontAihs nndBowcls of SIGNATURE Promotes Dicslion.Cliccrriil-ncssnrulRcst.Conlalncllhcr ns Not NAiic otic. MxStnnm OjHum,Mornti!nc norJUiicral. (WSc IS ON THE OF RatptefOUnrSHNVUmaSU WRAPPER OF EVERT Lung- Troubles nnd Consumption can be cured. - BTATK An Kmincut New York Chemist nnd Scientist Mnkcs n Free Offer to our Readeis. The distinguished New Yoik Chemist, T. A, Slocuiu, demonstrating his discovery ol n reliable nml absolute cure for Consumption (Ptihuonnry Tuberculosis) ind nil bronchial, thro.it, lung and thest diseases, stubborn coughs, catan'ial affections, gir.cr.il decline nnd weakness, loss of flesh, nud conditions ol wastinu aw.iv, will send Til REH I'RHfi r.Oiri.US (nil diflerent) of his New Discovety to any nfflicted tender of Tiik Rki'Uiii.ican writing for them. His "New Scientific Ticatmer.t" has curtd thousands permanentlv by and he. considers it a its timely-use-, simple professional duty to sullerinp; humanity to donate a trial ot his inwon-dei- Senator Representative Ohio County C. M. Burnett. OHIO COUNTY. OIIICUIT COUKT. I.KClISLATUlti:. Hon. A, 1). James. JfZrm St4 ClAntuJ Suftr . BOTTXjE , OF1 ilavjrM tUl-- Hon, Worms .Convulsions t cwnsh noss and LOSS OP SLEEP. Tflc Simile Owens-bo- Ancrfccl Ilcmcdv forConslina lion, Sour Slonuch, Diarrhoea, ASTORIA Ontoil It tut tip In est-itlotthi enlr. It Ii not told la tulk. iJoa't kllov ojot to toll or prcmlio ttit It yoa netting tilt oa tho pl ," 11 Joit ti gHl" sail vlll (tiiwtr orory 0- Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Signature of Louis. A Free Colnaeo Fable-Fox borrowed somo Gold Dollars from his Neighbors. When tho timo for Hou. J. Edwin Kowe, Attorney Oivensboro. T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. Hartford. G. B. Likens, Clerk B. D. Riugo, Master Commissioner Hartford. G. B Likens, Trustee NENV YOnK. 8 Ti fie- - exACTcoprorwHAPPcn. j9 tint yoa git repayment came, ho said: "My friends. Gold hiiB nppreclated siuco last yoar, when I Lorrowsd this money from you. Anyhow, I dislike this Scrnmblo for Gold. I propose to restore Silver. I shall puy you now iu Silver Dollars, coined at tho ratio of 10 to 1, under tho new frao coiuago net" Tho Industrious Beaver, speaking for tho rest, replied: "Theso may bo Dollars, but tlioy will buy only half fallible cure. s, as rnuoh as thoso wo gavo you. If you Science daily develops new havo no objection, wo would prefer and this great chemist, patientGold Dollars. Gold is good enough for ly experimenting for years, has pro' ""' Whereupon Uio Fox became angry duced results ns beneficial to humani and declared that tho Beaver and his ty as can be claimed by nny modern Compauious wero Minions of the Money genius His assertion that lungtroub CT-les nud consumption nre curable in . Moral., Somo borrowers would liko any climate is pioven by "heartfelt to puy their Debts with a Cheap Dollar. letters of gratitude,"filtd inhisAtuer Sound Monoy. ican and European laboratories in thousands from those cured in all Silver bj the round. Silver will soon bo quoted by the parts ol the world. Medical axperts concede that bron pound instead of tho ouuco if tho rats of decliuo iu prico of tho last month chial, chest nnd lung- troubles lead to continues much longer. Tho present Consumption, which, uninterrupted, prico is between $0 and $7 per pound, means speedy and ceartain death. Simply write to T A Slocuiu, M. or nbout thst of aluminium ten yeais ngo. It isnlrendy wending its way from C , 9S Pine stieet, New York, giving tho jewelry to tho hardwaro store, postollicc nnd express address, and whero it will becomo n competitor with the free medicine will be pioiuptly copper and iron for uso iu kettles, pots sent. Sufferers shotilditista.it ntlvan nud puns. Will our children bo selling tape of his generous proposition. Please tell the' Doctor that you saw it by tho long ton as a substitute for his offer in the Republican. stone uud asphalt in paving streets? Mmly tho Money Qnritlonl ONE OF TWO WAYS. Apart from tho political aspects of tho coinago question, all our people, The bladder w.is ceatcd for one men and women, should know the fundamental facts concerning tho monetary purpose, namely, a receptacle lor the systems of thu world. They should know urine, and ns such it is not liable to especially tho history of our own coin-ag- any form ol disea except by one of In tho writings of Hamilton and two ways. The first way is from imThe Jefferson and tho speeches of Webster perfect action of the kidneys nro plain teachings which are ns appli- second way is Irom careless local cable now as when they wero written treatment ol other diseases. CIIlKr CAL'sn. or spoken. All young Americans shonld Unhealthy urine from unhealthy bo fsmiliar with them. Sound Money. kidneys is the chief cause ol bladder China Uancs tin to Silver. troubles. So the womb, like the Since Germany abandoned silver as bladder, was created lor one purpose, its standard of monetary value in 1871 and if not doctored too much is not tho goi'd standard has been adopted by liable to weakness or disease, except in rate cases every great uatiou, save China, throughIt is situated back of out tho entire breadth of tho old world and very close to the bladder, theie-for- e nny pain, disease or inconvenfrom Korwoy to Japan. New York ience manifested iu thekidnets, back, Journal of Commerce bladder or utinary passage is olten, iium'n Tim? by mistake, nttributt-to female We offer One Hundred Dollars wcaki ess of womb tiouble oi some for any case ol Catarrh that canerror not be cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure sort beThe easily is easily made and mny avoided To find as K J CHENEY & CO , Props., Toleout correctly, set your mine aside lur do. O We, the undersigned, have known twenty four hour; a sediment or settling indicates kidney or bladder F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, nnd believe him perfectly honorable trouble The mild and the exttnor dinary effect ol Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, in all business transactions, and fU and nancially nble to carry out any obli- der remedy thejuent kidney, nnd bladis soon realized II jou gation tnnde by their firm. West & Trtiax, Wholesale Diuggists, need a medicine you should have the best At dtuuRists fitly cents and Toledo, O. one dollar. You may have a sample Wdldinp;, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholebottle and p imphlet, both sent Iree by sale Druggists, Toledo, O. Meution the Hartford Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken inter- mail and tiud nally, acting directly upon the blood Dr. Kilmer & Co., your address to and mucous surfaces oi the system. Y The proprietorsBinRhatuton, N. ol this paper Price 75';. per bottle. Sold by all guarantee the genuineness of this ofDnigsits, Testimonials iree. fer Hall's family Tills nre the best Re-wa- rd Jury Fund Ilartiotd. Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford .loo Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. Bishop, Ceuterlowu; S. T. Stevens, Cromwell. Cal. P. Keown, Sheriff-Hartf- ord. iKSSBES Court convenes first Monday in March aud August anil enntinuesthrec weeks, nud third Monday iu Mny and November two weeks. COUNTY COUItT. fi Sj 11 John P. Morton, Judge Harttnrd. D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartlord. E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court couvcues first .Monday iu each month. (jUAirrintLY i 1 1iiif rat 1 woQtfWfHCrT January, April, July and October. COUKT OF CLAIMS. Begins on the third couiit. Monday in Gk tf!WCP, 1 POR EVEKY member ol EVEItY family on EVEKY larm, in EVEItY village, in EVEUY titate and Territory. FOK Education, Manhood, FOK True Womanhood. Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after the second Monday in October. OTIinit COUNTY 01TICER8. biilli.intaud instruclivu editorials. fascinntin short stories. 1 T (jives an unexcelled agricultural department. It gives fcientiiit and mechanical inhumation. IT gives illustrated fashion articles. IT gives humorous illustrations. IT gives entertainment to young anil old. justices' rouiiTS. IT gives catisfiiclion evervnhoro to everybody. A. S. Aui.l March 3, June 1 , SepWe furnish THE REPUHLICAN ami NEW YOKK WEEKLY tember I, December 1. Jont B. Wii,sin March (, June 5, TKIHUNE, both papers September 4. December J. March C. L. WooiiWAHD l'J, -,--. n 2r"iu-- ci June 11, September 10, December 10 J2ZL"7-3X1.- 0 Jas. A. Bowi io March 20. June Address all orders to tho 19, September 18, December 18. B. F. Giiaves -- March 23, June 20, September 23, December, Sulphur Springs. N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Z. H. Shtiltz, School Supt. Hart- lord. L. W Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Springs. C. R. Campbell, Poorhouse Keeper, Hartlord. G. S. Fitzhugh, Survoyor IT gives IT give IT gives IT gives IT ujves nil important uows of tho Nation. a important nuwsol tho orld. the most reliable market report. cr J Li. 1 ONE YEAR 2-- Room 2, Tribune Huildinp. New York City, and sample cojiy NIJW YORK WKKKLY TRI11UNIJ will be mailed to you. lEAliTFOJLlIJ UifiPUBLlCAN, ....... .. semi ,vy Geo. W. wr:t.. juui .i.uiii. iiuu uuuir.- nn pusini cam, .i.i ..ik. to - ii . ' ' : 11 Ilcfl olTIIIJ For Infants and Children. Til fl- - ) fir Ttifta. lies Hp Do you want any I I (you PRINTING? are ready to receive your orders forai.y thing do, vro 1 MpSCft Wanted-ni An in on A that line. We print Note Heads, Statements, Circulars, Dodgeis, Horse Dills, rack Hills. Letter Heads, Heads, Business Cards, Hill Vis-itin- ISLY'B CREAM IUIM U apoiltlrecuro. Applrlntoths nostrlli. It Is qalckl aborbeJ. to ceou tt Draccliti or bjr mail ; (ampin 10c by mill. JSLY BItOTIIKItS, to Wwtcu BL, New York Cll. Cards, cri, Idea mr Erjtc'.JSI,r.U'MJ.,,"r Write JOHN tiring iteillh. WEDDEIIUUKN ft CO I'itrnt Altor-serWaitilngton. D. c.tur thrlr 1.9i) prlia offer Hit v( two tuuidred luTCotloue wantctl E&ja Wedding Invitations, Prescription Blanks, 2sa3ssy :m&i K- cSftVV '., . Akiiiin Vtimlnl I SkiM mm I 1 Forthe luveniln Holidiy nud Stands HTdSubwnptl 11 nijifj, by tin A'. Jt. Ctiiikev Comp.iii.i , int.-- largest publishers nud 111 snfj.'tiir-r- -i if b ik in the United St itcs. Finest line of nw holtdsj nn I ntlitr books on tin 111 Tit t AIm npents wanted lor "The Silvr Side," Hie hilc.--t find best ik on the ver ciiiealioii by the greatest silver leaders Exclusive tenitory. Latest Prices lulnw compecntumwions tition. Write nt one lor circulars nnd r)eclnl teinis, stating join choice ol tenitory V. H Conkf.v Company, 34', 313 347. 349. 351 Dearborn Street, Chicago, Ills, 1 It is now tko custom of ndvortisors to snoiul thousands of dollars each year on sfiow cards, posters and signs on Wo proposo to give this monty to tho'pco-ple-, and proposo to Hrvoaway, absolutely frco and TWO THOUSAND DOLLAKS, 2.000.00 GIVEN AWAY rnUO Prizes, as follows: tl.OOO 700 100 60 60 40 60 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 20 89 In fact everything thtit you want s printed. All work and lowest prices. at Write or call first-clns- for estimates . Prlxo, aMlssourl Farm " Beautiful Rosewood Upright Piano " Colrrmbia lllcyclo 3 Carii Gold Yritea ol WO.tWcach B ' " " 10.00 oach 8 " " " 6.00 oacli 1 1 HERE ARE THE PRIZES. THE REPUBLICAN, I 1 ' ' 3.60 oath EXCURSION VIA TICKETS Till? . Illinois (Jen. TO Till! . TENXESSKK OKNTEN.VIAL And Total $2,000 00 Wo will givo to tho person forming tho greatest number of words out of tie lcttors In tho word STiNNAUETS, tho a Missouri Farm, valued at 11,000.00, consisting of 80 ucrcs of good land, frco and clear of nny encumbrance, and perfect tine. To tho person forming tho next greatest numbor, wo will givo a beautiful Itosotvood Upright Piano, valued at 700.00, and tothoporson forming tho noxt greatest number, a Columbia Bicycle, valued at 8100.00, and to tho noxt B0 largest lists, wo will givo cash gold prizes, as noted abovo, making a total of 119 prizes, which will bo glfen away, and yvu can get one of them If jou will try, Wrlto to tho TITIEnES-STIElUJMUSIC COMPANY. 1118 Ollvo Strcot, St. Louis, Mo., for Illustrated descriptivo cataloguo of tio Piano to bo given away, or havo your city friend call on them for you. Unt-prhu)- , H 2J Our Clubbing Rates. Tho Republican and tho Louisville g 81.25 l.fiO 1.75 1.25 t- Commercial.... .. ... - '" f."3 S " " " and and and Now York Trihuno aptl Louisville Daily Post Hemi-Wcelrly Courier-Joiirnal..Sorai-Weekly t? H gf SI 2 75 "Why, sir, Mr. McKinley might din tanirrrow and by tho (lav nfler bo ut- terly forgotten. Michutiicnl and scioiititlu discovery would not bo retarded, Thu sun would still iruitiiiuo to impart warmth nud the ruin mulsturo to the uirtli. The wid town by the husbandman would germinate, grow nud develop Into tho annual Nono of thu onsentlul conditions upon which our prosperity depeuds would Lo destroyed. Hut, sir, you annihilate tho inventive genius of your people, dtstroy tho skill of your me. rhauicn und machinists and thu love of your scientists for their labor, nud fur-ti- n r progreiH would bo simply iniposs.1-bA ttnuriitill would ho tho result; ttugiiatlou, nay, not iistunimtill, but lutr-vck- t. h' 11 they are mndo cheaper, and tlii'j aro made cheaper heeaiiso of better, upcrlor methods and processes employed In their manufacture, No lleiprct ForjClilcncn I'lutforui. Once moro tho in., (ct prico lists show International -- AT Exposition wheat going up and silver going dowu nt tho sumo time. Tho fluctuations of tho markets show no respect whutovor for tho Chicago platform. New York World. THrJ w 1 I5TII P.O. AUSTIN, M'bT.. G31 west Morkot Stroot twnon 5th and Ctli, Bo ' 1STSI 333Na7-ili- . For the above occasion tickets will be sold by tin- Illinois Central Hnil-o- ad nt vnrynijr times, tali's mid limits, including n licktt on sale lallv. uond to return until November 7. nnd iticliidinii ticktls linving limit ... ..,.. ., u.f twii.tj ,i, u ift.... Mit,p .inn1.... t'.iji coin days; nlso tickets on Tuisdny mid Tlumduvs ol well week with limit of fifteen da)8. For lull witictilnrs as to which ol thenbiiVe iipplies from your uciitrft Kmlroml Station in con- "V0" n"l! 'h,c I!!!i"iJ. ?. "V"1 Hi": twat vwm ! 'i innuvcg licillkni ratlro.u! J irKet Agent. - ,.vt ,. succMsful routesbanU will bo published In tho St. LCiuls In making up your list uso nothing but English words. Words spollod alike but having a different meaning can bo used but once. Uso any dictionary. Anything that is a logltlmato word will bo allowod. Work ft out In this way, senna, an, set, sat, eat. Use these wonWn yonr list. Wo oftor thoso rewards In order to Introduco RKNNAItKTH, tho best Candy Calhartlo IU the world, for tho baby, child, boy, girl, mother, father, grandma and grandpa. They all liko them, thoy are just like randy. Ask graudma wliatsonna is, she can tell you, and will hall with delight the coming of SENNA In tho form that it Is now Introduced, Hero Is a chanco for tho school girl, tho school by, tho tcachor, the young and Dm old, to obtain a Fara, Piano, Bicycle and $200.00 In Gold, absolutely FUEE. Got dowu yur dictionary and go to work, it wIH be found ploasaat and instTUtlvo,,and overy father and mother should encourage their Imivs and rirls to enter this contest. Tliero will bo no favoritt s. tho nerson smil ing in tho largest correct list will roeelvo tho rowards no realtor who they aro or wiioro they Ilvo. Your list should )o uiado up at onco, as this offer may not be mado again, and tho contest will closo November SO, 1807, aud thu names of thu DIRECTIONS. ! 4 tB (ANDY CATnARTIC " CUREC0H5TIPATI0M IO absolutely gdarahteed , 25 SO 5? "rofo,rvof'o?,,won-r,,r,ui,,t,,',,"'j"1 .,. ALL DRUGGISTS ..... ..... . .i.mi ija. iniiui Jiunirvii. 1 in., or nt n lorK. llxt-hlfii'- jih Louisville, Ky. R. I DAKEU AND "It Is not to Mr. McKluley cr any other uollticlun, but to the memory of uhl whi'lnu llee-- w.ulU bo utterly mtoicr- - CutiiKs: T, O. BAKER. Wm, Murray, Div. I'ass. Agent, New Orltnus. Jno, A. fCOTT, Dlv, Pass. Agent, Memphis, , Chicnuo, A. II Hanson, o. v. W, A. KKI.1.0NI), a o.r.A , Louisville, Ask your Druggist for a box of SENNARETS, 25 cent size. In tho box you will find a SKNNAUI'.T word tiulldlnr contest card. Send this card with your list of words. No list considered without It. Box of SENNARETS with full particulars will bo mailed you on receipt of 23 cents In Sll vor or Postage. If your Druggist does not keep them. But and Try a Box of SEN1UUCTS, the bent Candy Cathartleln the world, and get ono of the Thirty-nin- e Prizes. You cnu do It If you will only try. Address all letters to tho COLUMBIA CHEMICAL COMPANY, 1201 and 1209 Chemical DulldJap, BU Louli, Mo., U. S. A. CONDITIONS. The Fltst Salve in the world for Cuts, lirulscs, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains. Corns, and all SUiti Irruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required, It is guarautecd to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 35 cents per box. For sale by Williams & JJoIl. 13-yr. 1 tnilcii Snlve, X run TRUSTWORTHY AND hc ive .tfititlenun or la'Mes to I , rl V,llcl.e( It ',- ri !.. K1. hoijse In ICeutucky. Monthly J!65.oo ii" qlii iisi a I'uSHion htv.uiv Re leienCc. linelnsed sell addiessed stamped enveuipe The Iloiuinloii Company, Dept. W Chicago. 6 8f W - -