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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1897 hao1897102901 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. GETTING READY Every expectant mother has a trying ordeal to toco. If sho does not MTlAETEORD EEPUBLICAN. OFFICIAL OR.AK OF THE PASTY IN THE FOURTH COHOUCSSIOHAL PRoFi:!iiIu.it rHl). JTTBffll IIAIlTPOltll. JT Ill . 'iruit-ripio- AW DISTRICT. Will practice his in Ohio nnd adjoining counties, ami court oi Appeals. Special intention given collections. Office east side nf pur lit f VOL. X. AN INDIAN'S get ronJy for It, llicro la no tolling what may happen. Child-birtIs full of uncertainties il Naturo Is not given proper assistance. h HAItTEOKD, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOJ3EK 29, 1897. Water Serpent nnd several others ol his tribe lind bten wrecked on the Connecticut shore. The Water Serpent alone escaping death in the waters, was found lying unconpeioos od the beach by n farmer named Turtle-- , who cariied him to hU home near by, where the farmer's duughtcr, Edith, a beautiful girl, nursed him back to health. An Indian never forgets a kindness, nnd the Water Serpent was no exception to the rule. He did not sec his young nurse again until be found her dead body floating on the ' waters of I'econlc Bay. Following his discovery he quickly made his way to the home ol the girl, and found that she had eloped with an Englishman, a former officer in the British army. The Water Serpent told the story, nnd two of the girl's brothers went with him to the grave. They opened it at night, identified the body and carried it away lor burial beside that ot the girl's mohter. The Water Serpent had seen the Englishman and remembered his face. With the larmer's sons he took up the search for the murderer, nnd finally tinced him to a couutry house near the vill- age ol Stnudford. One day tl'e Enp- lishman was missing from his usuil haunts, nnd mouths afterward his body was found In a thick piece ol wood land with a dngget plunged through his heart. It was the same daggir that the Water Serpent had found in the heart of Edith. Krerybody Says So. Caacarcts Candy Cathartic, the meal wonderful medical discovery of tho tre, p'.cav ant and refreshing to tho tiuto, ncl and positively on kidneys, liver and bowels, cleansing tho entire system, dlcl colds, euro headache, fever, habitual conitlpnllon and biliousness. Pleaso buy and try a box of C. C. C. No. 14. square. M. h. Hravkin. HEAVRIN SniLuv Taylor. PER CAPITA MONEY. Do Prices Dopond. , REVENGE. Upon Amount or Upon Kind of Monoy? Mother's Friend la tho best help you con ubo nt this tlmo. It Is n liniment, nnd when regularly np-pllficvcrnl months boforo baby comes, Slew the Murderer of the White Girl who Had Befriended Him. Last of the Shinnecocks and the Condition In Which They Live. Tho Womori Do All of the Work. Three miles left of the village the level mooreland tlseslnto the Hills ol Shinnecock (Southampton, L I ), so named from thelndians, who were the original ownctsofall the lands In 1703 the Shinnecock region was leased back to the Indians by the sutlers who had previously purchased the lands from the tribe nnd wa3 used as a reservation until 1859, when the hills were sold lo a local cot potation and the remnant ol the tribe took up their abode on the Shinnecock Neck, whete they still live to thenumber cf about two hundred, says the Brooklyn Eagle. These ate a mixture ol In dians, and negro, the last member Ol the tribe having died a couple of years ago, The women till the soil and find employment among the cottagers and villagers, but the men hug the shady side ol the house or hill, Smoke, watch the women at work nnd say nothing. They are a ' iilent nnd distrustful people. The Government lurnishes them with a school-maste- r and a preacher, but small influence they have to win the Indian Irom his contempt of labor, his pipe nnd his tactituruity. The only thing taught him by the white man for which he has a liking is a keen relish lor strong drink, and when in bis cups he is said to be nn ugly creature. In the main, however, the Shinnecocks are a silent and inoffensive people, gradually fadiug oil the face of the earth. And yet life among them has not been without Its strange, mysterious tragedies. At the close ot a summer yeats ago, a small day seventy-odsloop coming from the northward an chored near the shore ol l'tconic Bay. The only persons on the sloop that could be seen by the Indians fishing close nt hand were.n white man and a negro. After darkness had settled over the bay a light flickered from the cabin windows of the sloop and a voice, that ol a woman, who raised in merry song. In the early morning hours a noise was heard In the direct tton oi the boat and a woman's scream floated out over the water. Then the listeners on shore heard the sound of an anchor, nnd a little later in the early morning light the sloop was seen speeding out to sea. Just before it disappeared a man standing in the stern threw something white over board. Among the watchers on shore was one Jim Turnbull, nn Indian known as the Water Serpent. Alter a time Turnbull swam out to the wite object, which was still floating on the water. As he drew nearer he saw It was the body ol a woman lying Turnbull face downward. .When turned the body over he recognized the face at a glance. The woman's throat had been cut and a dagger thrust into her heait. The Indian dtew the woman's rings Irom her fingers, the dagger Irom her heart. Then he conveyed the body to the beach and, aided by his companions, buried it near the head ot Teconic d It makes tho advent cosy nml nearly pain-lesIt relieved nnd prevents " morning sickness," relaxes tho overstrained muscles, rellovea tho distended feeling, shortens labor, makes recovery rapid and certain without any dangerous Mother's friend la good for only ono purposo, viz.: to relieve motherhood of danger and pain. f dollar per bottle, at fill drug Horn, or sent byrnallnn receiptor prlre. Fhib Hook, containing valuable. Information for women, will bo rent to any address s. after-effect1 Faota Which Will HIp to Dlaptl tha Soma "More Manor" Deln.lan Paaara for the Sllvcrlte l'rofaaaora the "Natloaal Who Are Financial Soheel" Why Are Prlooa High and Per Capita Money Low la Stiver Standard Ceuntrieat Sheaha Depoalta In Bank Be Iaaladcd In EstlmatlnsAraenat of UaneyWhloh ACeota Prlaeat man buy and sell on u larg s souls ue of ordinary money? Why, then, ahould bank depoalta not be Included In making up the par eaplta circulation of the country? Whan the classes of fin "national financial school" can pass sn examination In three "par capita" questions, wa will prepare n set of questions on other snbjscts, as, for Instance, the cause of high and low Interest rates, the advaa-Ugt- s of high prices, the blessings of cheap money, ate. Byron W. Iiolt. ncn a without the Cancer Of RnorneysaiLaw HARTFORD, KV. nAYlGR, the Face. Attorney Perry Westcrfield, Bkaviii Dam, Ky t Law. K. upon application to TMU uhadpii:ld REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta, Ua. Who ran think of some stropl. An tlilnil lo fatrntr my tiring jrou wfhh, IVotct your tdfatj m tiuiin iVaaVa'AiiiJUitr. rtrn nun D. i.for their 9l.fUt )rlMtiiIir eeji, uil lUt bX two bundrtvl lartDtloui Wsvntod. Wanted-- Idea w. BaBBBBi wal Mlw .. I LftmJl , WIES J A Book OUR OF SIN Old for Young and vj J 1 ?; 'secure NERVOUS ntuoKD 7l 1 Esli 1878 DISEASED,! HI ij 4 1 MM 250 1 ooo ;j ., MEN 1 BLOOD SKINS PRIVATE DISEASES : I r.liorn '. guaranteed to euro by all druggists. 10, 2A, Ml cents, hold and fc,ArH,K"V-- 250,000 YOUNG MAN CURED "SAVr when ignorant of Inn tcrnlilo criiuo oil wero ouinmlttlng'. JIM jrou only cnnrTJcr I ho fitKinxtinc allurement of thU moll bihlt? Wbcntoolatoto eyes tho trr- opened to nolo result, were, your jrour pcrilT I'M y,m loicr on in mtn. (mod contract any l'illV ATI", or 1IL00U disease? Wcroyou cured? Do you no nnd then loo soino nlanainr tows? Dare, ion marry to your preent con. M oil For Nnle A desirable farm of one bundled acres, situated near Hartford, well watered, a good orched, two hundred bearing trees, good buildlngs.and In good community. For further par. ticulars call at this office at once, tf Wl.lSnjp II V "II '9M pooiq 'taom nata 31V3J& saiicui 0JU3 nquqooaBqoi pd9UlMOTlfJ 4 l'AlllUU. Illlnnr Vouknoir.'-l.lKl- ; mm; run. it marrim, nro jou constantly liilng In dread? Is murrlaeo a failure, with )ou on account of any weakness caused ty early abuse or later llaie you been ilrugital with morcury? This hooklet will point out lo you tho results of these, criiuei and )olnt out hnironr Ni;VV MKTJIOl) YltBAT-.MKN- T will poiltltrly enro you. It lccn fared by thou how IhnnnncU h It rrme our Kl'.W TUlIAT.Mr.NT. bow we can UIAUANTi:i: TO CUKII ANY Ct'KAllU: L'AHi: Oil NO PAY. We treat nnd cure AMISSIONS, VAUiroci:r,i;, hypiiilih. omiki', sruRii'iu:. iiiiMiTiiNcv, hk-t'HKT I)UAl'$. UN'KAil'llAI. disease. KlDNIJYnnd 1ILADD1UI Remember Bullington will give you a good shave, hair trim or shampoo. sutler terribly every month. But the introduction ol Wine ot Cardul has made nearly all srch suffering unnecessary. This great medicine has brought happiness to thousands of afflicted homes. It is Mrs. nature's best gift to women. Wm. Kent, wile ol the Louisvile & Nashville R. R. employee, was advised by her physician to take Wine ol Cardul, Of her case her husband writes: L. & N R.R. shops, New Dtcatdr, Ala , July s, 1897. My wife was sick a long time with female trouble. It got so. bad I went to a doctor, finally, and he gave me a bottle of Wine Cardul. That stopped nil her pains and did her great good. We consider it a wonderful cure to biingsuch quick relief in this case. Wm JKknt. m 1 A lettei passed through the Stand-lorpostoffice the other day, addressed as follows: scrub, "Augustus Jones, a cross-eyeTo whom this letter wants to go, for his grub Is cutting At Silver City, Idaho." Many women well-knod cord-wood f3 fllll tor 'mt Joj ovu-ox-o- jt I.nillca. CURES GUARANTEED enclosing "Tlio Wascs of Sin" sent free by Vo stamp. COXSl'LTATION rut i;. it unaoio in can. wruo tor ifi;stio iiijAm; tor nuait. iu;at.mi:nt. Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI. O. DRB. HCTOTTOZESarTCSITC .MERCHANT'S GRDVEE druius it A VACATION' TllfU-llBlll OASTOIIIA. &fa ItOJIAM'K. lira inry He met the maiden at the beach: In the very truth she was n peach She knew itl He fell In love with her at sight, Anddrenined about herday and night-S- he knew HI TASTELESS Bay. CHILL TDNIC WARRANTED. PRICE 60 cts. O At.ATiA, II ls Not. 19, ISM. parti Medicine To., Hi. Iuli, Mo. mo boulca ct (jentlcmeni Wa void lat yoar, OllOVE'B TASVKl.KfH C1IIIJ, TONIO unj har 18 JU8TA8COOD FOR ADULTS. The day following the woman's burial the Water Serpent disappeared. He was absent for several weeks, and when he came back to his home in the Shinnecock Hills, gave no hint of Ills wanderings. Years later, howev er, when he was about to die, his lips opened and he told a fearlul stoty. Duilng a winter's storm a few mentha before the murder in l'tconic Bay, the He courted her as young men do; His passion daily greater grew She knew itl He bought her soda and ice cream; An early marriage was his dream-S- he knew it! She showed she Hkcdhlui every way: His hopes grew stronger every day She knew Itl But nqw he curses womoan's guile, For she was married nil the while And he didn't know it! Somerville Journal Ono of tho numerous fallacies- upon which the free BUver delation U found-a- d la the auaumptton by all Mlverltea and cheap money udvocoAes'that price aro regulated by tho amount of money In circulation and that there U any relation between prlcca and amount of money. Whon driven from one position tho blmetalllits take ret-je In another Just aa insecure and n but perluips a HUle more by sophistry. The more enlightened omonir them do not now assert that to double tho amount ot money Is to double price. They generally admit that tits rapidity of circulation and the use of credits affeot tie efDelency of money and prevent an exact statement of the relation between amount of money and good, but that more money undoubtedly means higher prices, and vloo' versa. The per capita Idea of money so prevalent with illverltea Is disproved la many ways. Statistics ot price and amounts ot money per capita in use In different countries at tho same or ai different times fall to show any certain relation between prices and money. Thus, while prices have declined In the world and in this country very greatly since 1800 or 18SS or 1873, the amount of money In use has Increased enormously. From a per capita circulation of $1.20 In 1800, $14.63 In 1652 and $18.10 In 1672 wa now have ono of $23, and this notwithstanding the greater rapidity of circulation of modern dollars and the vastly Improved and ex' tended use of credits. Will some "more money" advocate pleaso explain this great fall of prices In connection with tho great Increase. In per capita , money. Again, the per capita circulation of the gold standard countrlcsoftbeworld is about $18; that ot the silver standard countries only about $4.30. Will some of '.be sllvsrlte professors who are conducting "financial schools" In Western and southwestern states explain to their classes why prices in stiver standard countries are about twice as high ss lil gold standard countries, although tho per capita circulation Is less than as great? Will they explain that the value of the material from which, the money is made has much more to do with the prices than the amount of money in use? Will they tell their classes that gold has always been more valuable, weight for weight, than lher, and that It has recently become 33 times as valuable while most ot the coining ratios of the world were established when gold was only 1$, or 16 times ss valuable as silver? Will they then explain Uiot tlw vslne of boU gold and sliver bullion Is fixed In tha long run by the cost of production and that therefore the value of bullion does not depend upon the quantity of money In circulation? Will they try to make It clear that If It lakes five hours of labor to produce a bushel of wheat and five, hours of labor to produce 23.21 gratnn of gold one product will for the other that Is, the prioa of wheat will be $1 per bushal under our present standard? Will thay then add that If It requires only 3 V, hours' work to produce enough nlher (37 grains) to msko a dollar that tha bushel ot wheat will not exchange for less than twosUverdollan, and tha Mhls Is the reason why prlcssete higher Insllver stand-sr- d Will they explain the countries? original "American financial policy," which was to keep the coinage rstlo as cloaa as possible to the market rstlo? Will they ask tha members ot their chuses to vote to restore this "thoroughly Ainericsn financial policy?" If the corps of silver professors snd cheap money statesmen who are the"narUonal flnancdal school" fall to answer the preceding questions, perhaps they are willing te explain what kinds ot money are Included In making up the amount of money which affect prices. Does It Include all kinds ef government or state paper money, as wall as gold, sliver and copper coins? Does It Include bank notes, which form a considerable proportion of our present circulating medium? If you Include government and bank notas, why not Include bank credits? Arenotmoreex-change- s and greater exchanges effected by means of checks than by means of either paper money or colna? Is It not as easy for ono who has "credit" (deposits) In a bank to buy and sell as If he had money In his pooket? Do these credits or deposits neceasarily consist ot money at all? If a man has that amount of property, can ha not have $1,000,000 credit with his bank on which Cannot to dnwejigcks ofc any.JJrne neo-esftam hid-doone-thir- d gt Mrs. Laura E. Mlras.of Smlthvllle.aa., says: "A small pimple cf a strawberry color appeared on my cheek; it soon began to grow rapidly, notwithstandla.. ing all efforts to check it. My oormnKteoa, lir. Head, "Appoint your eye became terribly go to work," advise inflamed, and was so and ltt your honoe d swollen thatfor quite (rap.). tba Chicago a while I could not "Two great subjects are new pressing see. The doctors upon the house for consideration. On said I had Cancer of I Vkm bankruptcy bill sad the oteert the most malignant eurreaey reform." type, and after exhausting their efforts without doing me To Pet Vp Ptlcf nt SllvTr. anv cood. thev rave The sliver magnates who have closed np the case as hopeless. When intheir mines 011 account of the decline in formed that my father had died from price are nt last going about It the the same disease, they said I must die, right way to raise value. There will as hereditary Cancer was incnrable. always be a demand for silver, and as "At this crisis, I was advised to try the supply goes down the market will S.S.S., and in a short while the Cancer go up. Just as soon ns the silver mine began to discharge and continued to do owners resort to business methods in- so for three months, then it began to stead of politics they will accomplish heal. I continued the medicine a while ensomething. The wonder of It all is that longer until the Cancer disappeared and tirely. This was several years ago have not come to Uielrsenses soon- there has been no return of the disease." they er. VhUodelphla Xortb American. Tlmea-Ueral- Attorney nt Law, Will practice his prolessiou in all tho courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties. AlsoNotaty Public. Office, iu Commercial lintel. It. It. WED JJ JUNG Haktfoiii;, Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohionntl uiljuining counties Careful attention will be fiiven to n business entrusted to his enre. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Alau Notary Public. Attorney at Law, IIARTFOltD, KY. The Partners' Klondike. With wheat at one dollar, with prospects that It will go higher, what usa has Ihe Maryland farmer for any Klondike excursion tickets? Baltimore' American. A Real Blood Remedy blood. Send Will practice his profession in tio Cancer is a blood disease, and only a Courts of Ohio nnd adjoining conn Special attention given to col blood remedy will cure it. S. S. S. ties. guarantied purely vegetable) is a real lections. Office in Courthouse. fails to perblood remedy, and never manently cure Cancer, Scrof nla, Eczema, JNO. B. WILSON, Rheumatism or any other disease of the X. Attorney at aw, HARTFORD, KY. E3. IWTES-A-IL- ,, (Vonnly Attorney) on Cancer and Blood Diseases, mailed free to any address. Swift Specific Interest Lower Since lRfttt. Engineering Record publishes a Co. Atlanta, Go. Tie table showing the rates ot Interest at which various cities have borrowed For Circuit tour I Clerk. money this year nnd last year, the lesThe office of Circuit Court Clerk of son of which Is that money Is cheaper and cheaper and that the capitalist gets Ohio county has been in the hands of a small return for Its use. Baltimore, three men continuously for 35 years, for example, got money In November, 1695, at 3.34 per cent., but In July, 1887, making a completemonopoly, and the got It at 3.20 per cent. Brooklyn and people of this county will be called New York got loans this summer slightupon on the and day of next month ly lowei-- at 3.21 and 3.13 per cent, re- to select and officer lor this office to all tho other greatcities spectively but mentioned paid more than Daltlmore. serve the next six years. The quesMilwaukee puld 4.39 per cent. In August, tion naturally arises is it right to 1696, and 3.SS percent in August, 1807. keep one man in office all his life, Provided the lender has assurance that therby barring other aspiring young; ho will get his money back he nowadays parts with It "dirt cheap," one may say. men? The present clerk has made a The dny of safe 5 per cent. Investments very good officer, bnt the place pays fa passing away. Even 4 per cent. Is about $2,000 per year, making $10,-00- 0 hard to get on safe long term investhe has received out of it, and ments. Baltimore Sun, now all eyes are turned to our young Hidden Under n Ilnahel. friend, Mr. Sam A. Anderson, the Squlldlg Speaking about hiding subject of this sketch, who is now light under n bushel asking the voters of Ohio county for McSwllligen Go on. Squlldlg The light of a silver dollar this office. He is a young man, can be. easily hidden under a bushel ot full oi energy, sober, industrious and wheat. Pittsburgh well worthy the support of any individual In Ohio county, regardless of politics, especially those people who believe in assisting a young man to Nitre Chill Cure. Dr Armlstead's Chill Tonic Is a rise. He was born on a farm in Davsure cure for chills. J. H. Williams iess county January 29, 1872; came to only has a few bottles, so it you want Ohio county in 1880, since which to keep off cnills call for a bottle at time he has lived on his father's farm ONCE. Price 45 cents a bottle. and in Hartford, and has earned his Don't delay. own way in life he was sixteen years old, being at that time a cripple The Harrodsburg Democrat tells ol an amusing wager made between and not able to do heavy farm work, Not long ago and was compelled from his weak three colored fellows. made a bet among themselves. condition to seek other employment, they They put up a dollar apiece, and the which he found in a printing office, one that named the dishes that would sinre which time he has risen in his constitute thebestsupper should take profession until he was one of the the $3. They drew straws a3 to which foremost young journalists of the one should be the, first nnd the last to state, when, a few week ago, he quit CbronlclB-Tele-graph. Tho missing link the concctlon between tho price of silver and tho price of wheat. sss for onr books Attorney aiIvyT Law HARTFORD, given to col SPECIAIj attention making abstracts, &. also Notary Public for Ohio County. Office North side of public Bnuare. I .nurney at aw J.B. VICKERS, Hhrtford, Ky., li. fi. LEE SIMMEBMAN, UAnTFORD, Ky. Will practice his profession in all Ho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly to. Office with T. J.' Smith ot Co., Market Street. Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in Ohio andadjoining counties. Special attention given to all bueinesi entrusted lo his care. Office in Rei'Ubucan building. Aiforneyaf (,aw HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice iu all tbe Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. Offic with County Attorney. ARMISTEAD JONES, Louisville Dental Co.. fTf?fl W i 1 ' M' 14 W.M.st. make up the menu for the imaginary meal. The first man said he couldn't think of anything better than greens with hog jowl. For side dishes be would take corn bread, souse, black-eye- d peas and wash them down with buttermilk. The other two t raacked their lips. Well, lor me," said No. 2. "I'd take fried chicken, hot biscuits buttered nnd spead over wid preserves, and den' n den let's see yes; 'n 'simmon beer and ginger "cakes." The mouths of the other two spilled water, and It was apparent that they were hungry. It came No. 3's time. "W'y youse niggers don't know what's good," said he. "Tell me, fools, what's bctter'n 'possum baktd with sweet 'taters all round' it, swim-ini- u in de gravey? Hey? 'N den alter youse done nibbled at de bones nibbled at de bones tell dey ain't no more tmaton 'em, dere set de water-m- il) on starin you inde face Ilk'. Hey?" And with tlint he started to pick up the money, "You leaves dat money alone, the other two yelled in chorus. "We warn't again no sure thing!" the business to enter the campaign which he is now making. Mr. Anderson is what we term a self made young man, and we must say that it was a good job. He is moral, upright, honest and generous to all alike, kind and accommodating. He will make the people a good officer. As the term of Ciicuit Court Clerk is a long one and the emoluments so large, the time has come when a man holds that office one term the people will elect another. Any man can learn the duties in a few weeks, so no one need vote against Mr. Anderson thinking that he is net qualified, for he holds a certificate from Judge Owen stating that he is well qualified and thoroughly com petent to fill this office. The subject of this sktUh is now making a manly rompaign for the office vvhlch lie seeks and is gaining friends every win re he goes. He is the regular nominee of the Republican party and stauds high nraong his people. All the people who go to the polls on November 2 and vote for may rest assured that he will make a good and efficient officer. Beaver Dam Gleaner OWENSBOEO,KY. GoldCrowns $5 to $7 Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Best set of teeth (no better made no matter how much you pay) . $3 Gold fillings f 1 up Silver filling 75c Extracting, per tooth 25c Painless extracting with Vitalized Air 50c Extracting free when Artificial Teeth are ordered. Office permanently located 11 " or a Scholarship la S""m Draughon's Practical Durness 1 College, Nashville, Tenn.,or a Texarkana, Tex., or a scholarship In most any other reputable builneu college or literary school in the U. S. can be secured ly doings little wot k at home for the Youths' Advocate, an illustrated journal. It Is elevating in character, moral in tone, aud especially Interesting and profitable to young people, but read with Intercit and profit by people of all ages. Stories and other interesting n.atter well illustrated. .Sample copies sent free, Ageuts wanted. Address Youths' Advocate Pub. Co., Nashville, Teno. Meutlou this paper. I King, r. V-- rEBl 11 O nlcycle.aold Watch, Iscoo IN 00U). Diamond VUpiV Tun: taiii.k i. lA . KY. it. it. iii:m Vlt GOING EAST. buuubltbieo KroM already Ihuyear. In oil our x prienea ot II year. In tho druii bulnei. tiara noror told an artlclo tual Kara lucli universal latl. loura truly. action aa your Toulc AU.tar.CllIX ACO. mis Fot !fte b Williams 11 WumUV Situation. PHONOGRAPHY, Bhhav Tj eiegrapnj S BssV . H1bBBSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSB. SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVBbV ssssssssssssssssssssssssssstW. t '" aftflaataVaasfllssssssasaHssasssantn "" Mitwit mm """J OASTOIIIA. Aaron Smith, editor ot the Mount Pleasant (Tex.) TlmesRevlew, was years born without arras twenty-nin- e ago. In spite of this serious handicap he became a lawyer a lew years ago. and met with great success. Four Jyears ago he purchased the Tiraes-Uevle"Under his editorial management," says a correspondent of the Boston Transcrlp, "it has be-- . come one of the best weekly papers in Texas, and Mr Smith's editorials indited with his toes, or with the pen held In his teeth, or printed on the typewriter with a stick held in a slui- liar way, ate widely quoted for their terse, epigrammatic style, their rich humor, and their apt presentation of his views on subjects of current inter- Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 a. m. No. 222 a 1 02 p. m. Mail No. 202 a 7 25 p. ra. Past Mail going wr.sT. No. 201 0717 a. hi. Fast Mail No, 221 a 12 25 p. in. Mall Local Freight No. 291 a 3 25 p. m. II, Merrick, Agt. Henderson route Louisville, Hender son and St Louis Railway Company Time Citd tfiectlve May 30, 1897. EAST BOUND 46 No. 42 44 7:56am 8:55pm Lv. St. Louis Evausvllle 6:50am 2:20pm 2:45am Henderson 7:15am 2:46pm 3:10am Spottsville 7:38am 3:07pm 2:28am Owensboro 8:18am 3:44am 4:00am Hawesvllle 9:17am 4:40pm 4:50am Cloverpott 9:45am 5:03pm 5:10am Irvlngton 10:45am 6:03pm 5!57ui ArLoulsvllle 12 35pm 7:45pm 7:30am WEST HOUND No. 41 45 43 Lv.Loulsvllle 7:30am 4:50pm 8:23pm Brandenburg 8:51am 6:09pm 9:30am Irvlngton 9:15am 6:43pm 9:52am Stephenpott 9:5mm 7:20pm 10:21am Cloverport loaiaui 7:39pm 10:26pm Hawesvllle 10:354m 8104pm 10:58pm Owensboro 11:35am 905pm 11:48pm Spottsville 12:17pm 947pm 12:23pm Henderson 12:40 lo.topm 12:45pm Evansvllle itisptn 10:40pm 2:45pm 7.20pm ArSt.Lotils 7:32pm All trains run thtougli solid to Evansvllle. Through Parlor Cars and Pullman Sleepers oti all trains between St. Louis, Evansvllle and Louisville. No, 41 and 4 connects nt Irvlngton for I'ordsvllle nnd Hr- dleiSBurg dally vapt Suuduy. PLEASE -- JBBsHaarw tsBsssssssPassssss. .IIHsfl V Wnss Aum, WILBUR - R. 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S BBBBBaF3aBBHaBBa1aaTaBB, m miriUuKsiiinmTir tUUMHIi MurMsua -l- NfflMMXi kfi uiuwai uuimsvi ioc. 25c. -- 50c .I.MUI.I. i W..I...I nFMll,-fMT- "-- l M m mm I...I e&'ssKTffla; raiKwn rl"ll!U!UlLWA rSMUKUHIUaWf, "dlBsslHMHaBBB tT ...I. est." ALL DRUGGISTS. .If. ..SISIIIII l. .ISIS. Suoms .u4nsjno iJOoe"'fftSj(up Hv" sqi own u jut jiju kjn'ui tu'11 'xutJoa japuu pa ouiu 'aj( jo nni 'spaa a."! 't3 at oj, ouwio) Svuiaiiuiiojoipua isay j'l Jsex viay M llU "IU !."li ox-o- ssuppy lo MM i! u oJsoiua 'OO iauu lamoia pool 0dtuvs pus 13H00(I ia V is,"! -"- - --S32 Hartford Republican. 1K1DAY, OCTOBHR 29, 1S97. Offlco on Fox Stroot. 1itti Brr) rrhlii) til llnrlfnnl, K7 JA. A. ANDERSON itiitcrcd nt the post-offi- ce Editor. at Hartford Subscription, $1.25 pof yoar ns second clnss mail matter. KEPUL1CAN TICKET. Eloctlon Nov. 2, I 897. Cierk of tbo Court of Appeal J. G. Bailey. State Senator. Dr. T. G. Turner." Representative, R. C. Jarnagin. County Judge, Jos. A. Park. County Clerk, M. S. Rnglnml. Circuit Clerk, Sam A. Anderson. County Attorney, M. L. Heavrin. Ohio county is ia a better condiSheriff, S. T. Stevens. School Superintendent, Fon Rogers. tion now financially than ever was. The indebtedness has been reduced ianer, alios. 11. mack. Assessor, G. D. Royal. $17,000 in tbo past threo years and Corouer, L. W. Hunt. that, too, under Republican rule. Surveyor, N. Moxley. Tho Republican party is a party of MAGISTRATE. A prominent Populist of Ohio county in speaking of the political Why didn't tbo Utrald put uptlio situation was heard to saV: "Whom Rooster lomo timo ago? It wanted God joins together lot no man put to deceive tho people asunder, but whom tho divil joins toPf.AOi; your stamp under tbo Log gether can all go to thunder. Cabin and you will vote for men of The Herald says that tho tax pay principles aud not mero ofliccscekcrs. crs pay the salary ot tno circuit II. T. Thompson la n member of Clerk, when it knows that tho pay is Ami that paper one of tho richest corporations in tho in fees altogether. State and ho thinks ho can rido into spouts about tho ofllco paying 8000.00 per year, when M". Likens has been ofllco on hisraonoj. saying in hit speeches that it pays PoroLtsTs, when you go to voto re- 82,000 per year, tho eamo that wo member that all tbo candidates aro said in last week's paper. against Hon. Jo A, Parker, your nom It is customary to retain an efficient inco for Clerk of tho Court of Appeals official Hart for nt least two terms. ford Herald. The present Circuit Clerk who ii a Tho proprietor of tho above men candidato for reelection charges 50c tioncd paper held office for ono term for coppying an indictment when tbo nnd he was so inefficient that ho was He is a law only allows him 20c. turned down by nearly 400 majority Democrat, and was beaten in bis homo precinct this year for tho nomination by n TiiEoffico of Circuit Clerk was esSo you sco tablished 35 years ngo and has been in comparative stranger. the hands of threo men ever since. G. Bro. Felix you get gulled every timo B. Likens is ono of these men. Do you open your mouth. you want to mako one man rich and JUoT beforo tbo county elections for allow nobody else to havo a cbaace? the past few years known Republicans V011: under tho Log Cabin. who nro engaged at tho various coat mines in tho couuty havo either had to keep very quiet about politics, vote the Democratic ticket or loso their jobs. Especially has this been In truo of tho Williams' Coal Co. 1894 there was considerable complaint made at this office along that line, and now just beforo tho election Mr. Joe Gillins is made to walk tho the on plank account Mr. Gillins is a of his politics. staunch Republican and we suppose when they found they could not buy him, they concluded to flio him or starve him into tbo Democratic party. is a colored voter in Ohio county who contemplates voting tho Hartford Dist Christopher Alien. Cromwell Dist Jnnt B. Wilson. Tun Democratic candidate for CirFordsvillo Dist Jacob Cbaucclor. cuit Clerk is or has recently been RosioeDist L. B. Loney. Superintendent of the Baptist SunBulord Dist Ed Massio. day School, vet ho won his nomination with whisky. Consistently tbou Judicial District. art a jewel in tbo Democratic party. economy. agreed upon tho "cardinal principles of political economy." Away with such subterfuges and blppojrisy. Wo will risk our reputation as a prophet on tbo statement, that if tho Democratic party was given tbo reins of government they woutd simply force down tbo throats ot tho American people also tho of "Grover nnd Clover,' like that we took withsuo'i disastrous results in 1802. Gentlemen ut tho Populist party, frco silver Domocrats, nnd gold Democrats do not endoreo your theories Tho ell rts of tho Jferald to mako you believe this nro all bosh. What that paper is trying to do is to get you to place your stencil mark under tho Rooster next Tuesday. Now if it is true that the Democrats nnd Populists nro agreed upon "tho cardinal principles of political economy" then why wero not tho Democrats willing to meet the Populist on halfway ground, ami put all tho candidates under a devico agreeable to both sides? This would havo been tho fair thing. But they did not do it. Ever sinco the Populist party was born tho Democratic party has As we been its deadliest enemy. stated in the onset of this campaign, wo now repeat at its close, "tho fi o silver Democrats of Ohio county nro attempting to delude nnd deceive the Populists nnd get into office nt their oxpense.9' J.vo. S. Rhea said in his speech at tho Fair Grouuds that if there was one corner of hell hotter thau the rest it ought to be reserved for tbo gold standard Democrats. Rhea was brought hero by the freo silver Democratic managers to aid their county candidates; tho gold standard Demo DON'T DENY IT. Says he has Never Voted in Ohio. WlllSont Him. But lliiniilr-- Ynuiie Miirrlcil l'rnple Kdwnrd W tiok.cditorof the Ladies Home Journal, uU.i.s a Htatttichoud uncompromising ad vuewte of the home asserts in the November Issue of his tnagnzinc, that a home, however humble, is n million times better H Merit "Merit talks" the Intrinsic vnluo ot trnnit'atUraiinarllla. Merit In mcillclno Thinks tho Loglslnturo In the present campaign O D. Black, the Democratic nominee f.r Representative, was asked if the re potts concerning his inclllgablllty were correct he only shifted the question, but when forced to answer he ndmlttcd that he voted iu Hnnccck county Inst November election nnd had never voted nt any time in Ohio He further statid that his county. family nnd all his property wejein Hancock county. Butliesays: "The next Legislature will be Democratic But. ny, Mr. nnd It will sent me." Black doe3 your sixteen veins as n lawyer teach you tha't a Legislature can seat one who the Constitution clearly dlrqualifies? The Constitution of Kentucky says In section 32: "No person shall be a Representative who. at the time ot election is not a citizen ol Kentucky, tins not attained the age" of 24 years, and who has not resided in the Stnte two j ears next precccdlng his election, nod the last year thereof in the countv, town or city for which he may be chosen." How then can n Legislature undo what the Constitution has doue? But one says has he not been here one j ear next election? We are forced to answer no, because the election of '96 was on the 3rd day cf November and this November election h on the 2nd day, nnd furthermore he would not state that he had been n citizen of Ohio county even ten months. If he is ellignble to the office in Ohio county he' has. according to law, violated the election law by voting in Hancock county, but his vot ing there evidently shows that he was a citizen there at that time If by chance Black should be elected we would be compelled to hold another election Immediately to fill his place, but we think, certainly, the people of Ohio couuty are not willing against to vote lor a either of two citizens of the county who are oficrlng far th i suflrage. A FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE, LUCIUS P. LITTLE. FOR COM'TH ATTORNEY, JOE NOE. at 4 o'clock. Vote early. Polls The closo We learn that at one timo not loug ago that Jas. P. Miller was overseer of his road and agreed to keep it in repair if the hnnds would pay him $2.00 a piece, which thoy did, and the road was never worked, yet he wants to be elected County Judge, but he will Jail. Iv there crats should rebuke the insult by voting the Republican county ticket. Clinllruce ltclirwoil. Mr. William I. Bryan has again been in Kentucky preaching the that the free, unlimited and independent, coinage of silver by the United States at the ratio of 16 to I would result in practical bimetallism and not silver monometallism. That assumption is the foundation upon which he builds his whole silver argument. A year ago he wos preaching the same doctrine and asking to be elected to the presidency on the strength ol it. During the campaign the Courier-Journ- al kept standing at the head of Us editorial col u ins this counter proposition: "THE COURIER JOURNAL'S CHALLENGE " 'We contend that free nnd unlimited coinage by the United States alone will raise the bullion value of silver to its coinage value, aud thus make silver bullion worth $1.29, per ounce in gold throughout the world.' William Jennings Bryan. Speech of Acceptance, August 12, 1896 " 'I have but one lamp by which my feet are guided, and that is the lamp of experience. I know of no way of judging the luture but by the Patrick Henry. past.' " 'Judge the future by the past.' William Jennings Bryan, Hornells-villN. Y., August 29, 1896. "Mr. Bryan, together with all oth-e- r advocates of the lice, unlimited and independent coinage ol silver at the ratio cf 16 to I who maintain that such a policy would insure bimetallism in this country rather than silver monometallism, bases his sole argument in support of that theory upen the assumption that free coinage under such conditions would raise the price of silver bullion to $1 29 i n ounce, and sustain it at that fiuure t thus making silver and gold the ratio of 16 to I equal in value and insuring ther circulation side by side. "If this theory is right it would secure us genuine bimetallism. Ii it is wrong it would loice upon us disastrous silver monometallism. Upon the correctness of this theory, therefore, depends the justification of every claim made by Mr Bryan for the free, unlimited and independent coinage of silver by the United States. "If this theory is cotrect, let the proof be rffered before the nation Is asked to accept it The history of the world is an open book; let Mr Bryan point to the page which con tains his ptoot. makes this "The Courier-Journa- l fair proposition : ' First It Mr. Bryan, or any other human being, will show that this country, when it had the tree coinage of both silver nnd gold at the ratio of j6 to t, or any other ratio, was ever able to biing the bullion value of both metals to the coinage value and keep them together, thus securing and maintaining their circulation as money hide by side, and preventing one ftom expelling the other, the Courier Journal will withdaw nil to the ftec coinage of silver ' Second Bryan, or nny II Mr other human being, will show that any nation on eirth, bv the free coinage of both gold and sliver any ratio, was ever able to bring the bullion value ol both metals to the coinage value and keep them together, thus securing and maintaining their circulation as money fide by side, nnd preventing one from expelling .the will with other, the Couritr-JournH- l draw nil opposition to the fiee coin A do-trine e, Rooster appears this week in tho Herald. The 33. 2M-aattemps to defend G. Likens' monopolies but failed. TilE Democratic Committee has tried very bard to get Jake Rowo off the track. It only a question bow largo our tmajority should be. Get out the entire vote. is The candidates on the Democratic ticket all endorse Jake Rowe and his oflical conduct. says tho ius-5- cn killing tho Democratic party and the Populist party is already lead. is J. Deniiam Hockeu The fusion candidates met Monday night to try to raise 81,500 as a campaign fund, and they wouldn't let the proprietor of tbo Ilerald into tho caucus. With II. T. Thopmsou's Clothing Company and G. B. Likens Bauk Stock and livery stable, they boast of having enough money to buy themselves into office. The Republican candidates havo made a nice, clean campaign nnd will win, while tho Democrats have been engaged in a great deal of mud slinging. Voters will remember this, The Jferald is still howling about prosperity nnd quotes common leaf tobacco at 812 to 815 per hundred, when last year it was only worth from $4.00 to 85.00. What more do you want us Republicans to do? The Hartford Jferald aud Fordsville Expras have made savage aud unjust attacts upou the Republican candidate for Circuit Court Clerk every week, which are false and misleading. But the people understand them. Fifteen free silver Democrats in ono precinct havo signed an agreement to Ecratch every Populist on tho fusion ticket; aul thoy want tho PoptiliUl to voto for thair men. Will fuaion work? Cm two men sell two parties? KenjUckv Populists Etood loyally by Bryan last fall, but when tho Pop-istH nominated Jo Parker for Clerk of the Court of Appeals tho Louis-vil- lo Dip ttch, tbo oilicicial organ of tho Democratic party in Kentucky, instead of urging Democrats to sup port Parker, as in justice it should have done, denounces Parker as a trailer and accuses him of selling out The silver to tho Republican party. D moerats lovo the Populists for their u vo'8'iily. The fact lh.it Mr. II. T. Thompson lias brother who is engaged in the clothintc business in Louisville is made the fasis ol a despicable nttick gentlemen upon these two by th" Hartfird Republican, which insinuates that the Louisville merchant will use the money ot the Kentucky Jeans Clo'hing Company to bii e men to vote tor his brother Hartford Herald. Tho fact tli.it tho Kentucky Jeans Clothing Co. had been making their brags about what they were going to diaud had been writing letters to that cflect, wo bam, prompted us to mako that statement, uud it was his uionoy unci whbky that boat Billy Hardwick for tho nomination, Tho Jl mid U trying to uphold bribery uud th life of whisky in tho election. Ubiuiis. TiT Wsmt'I ulet (jood, Ucri luuU Syrup. LZJ E Inllim. ttiM bVdrumiUU. Use iJjr n c ' Democratic ticket next Tuesday we ask him to take tbo following extract from a recent issue of tho Louisville Dispatch into the booth with him and read it carefully before stamping his "Tho ballot under tbo Rooster: Thf voters of Ohio county will be Democracy is essentially the white called upon next Tuesday to choose man's party and will continue to be between a set of men representing Negro slavthe white man's party. principles, honesty and integrity, a ery has caused one war and tho negro crow of office seekers, put up by J. P. vote used to enslave white men to Miller and Rowan Holbrook, dealers trusts and corporations will cause anin job lot politicians. Voto the Re Remember that this samo other." publican ticket and you voto for yout Louisville Ditpalch is fully authorized own interests. to speak for tho Democratic party in Kentucky, having been recenty A PARTING WORD. by a Democratic State ConBefore another issue of the Revention as tho official organ of the publican shall havo gone to press, party in the State. the battle of the ballots will have been fought in this county. We desire to A PARTING SHOT. submit to tho voters of tho county a The words of our text are as folfew suggestions before they go into lows: the booth to cast their ballots. "The crime of voting with those The right of suflrage is ono of the who agree with you in the main esmost sacred as well as one of the dear sentials of political economy is very est privileges granted the people of shocking to certain supersensitive the government. Upon the intellN gentlemen." We must admit that the Hartford gent and patriotic exercise of this JJerald is mighty poor authority irom privilege depends the fate and wel which to select a text for any pur fare of the government itself. above paragraph The casting of a ballot should not pose; but as the suits our purpose to use it although be done under excitement, nnd in shame the devil. it keeping with tbo prejudice of the voter. perchance may This paper has had much to say reHe should consider bis duty as a good in this county and we and true citizen and cast bis ballot garding fusion come within tbo meaning of the term esaccordingly. The fact is already as quoted tablished that there are among us "supersensitive gentlemen" above. In another article of the same thousands of conservative, honest issue in which tbo words of our text men who will not hesitate to scratch found these words are found: their party ticket if they deem it best were "It is in badtase, if nothing worse, for tho interests of the country to do for the organ of this aggregation of so. It is to such men that we appeal bolters and deserters to say much Any sort of reasoning will fall flat about fusion among gentleman whose views upon the cardinal points ot govupon the ear of him who is determin ernmental questions are harmonied to vote a straight ticket irrespective ous." of tho consequences. In the above selection the term Wo say that arguenient to such an "organ of this aggregation of bolters ono is sim)ly a waste of words. Hav nnd deserters," means us. Which ing made these introductory remarks we consider quite a compliment and let usreview tho situation in tho conn for which we return our thanks. ty. We have two county tickets be In tho first place we raiee no quesfore tbo people to be voted for next tion as to whether all who have enterTuesday. Upon the ono band wo ed into a fusion in this county are have the Republican ticket, composed "gentlemen.'' We believe they are of good and true men upright and all, all honerable meu, and elegant patriotic citizens, having irreproach gentlemen. The point wo wish to able private characters. More than niakc is tbie: The Populists and Demthis, tho Republican tickot stands for ocrats of Ohio couty do not agreo upwell known aud fixed principles. The on tho "main essentials of political principles of the Republican parly are economy." It is useless for the Herknown of all men. Every candidate ald to attempt to delude either Popu idea. on the Republican ticket has been lists or Democrats with-tba- t Wo do not know of a single princi nominated by rt Republican convcu tiou aud ImB accepted tho Republican p'e upon which Democrats and Popunomination. They, therefore, aro all lists are agreed. Somo four or five Republicans, years ngo, yea somo two or three On tho other band wo have a hy years ago tho principles ot Populism brid ticket. It iiu mongrel; a mixture; wero derided and hooted at by Dera- All sorts of fun was made of a combination. It represents no idea crats. nor uo fixed principle. Principlo them. Tho Hartford Herald itself was was cast to tho winds when it was made. It was arranged after this fash loud in its condemnation of Populism ion: ''You give us certain offices and very vociferous in its ridiculo of said tho Democratic bosses to tho the same. If wo mistake not, tbo from which wo havo quoted in Populist bosses, nnd you may havo tho ro$t." Accordingly so many offices which an attempt is mado to show wero set asido for Democrats and tho that Popu'ists and Democrats agreo Populists took what was loft. "Now," upon the "cardinal principles of poeaid,tbo Democratic basse to tho litical economy, '' bear tho car marks PopulUt bosses, "You givo in your of tho samo writer, who, somo few voto aud wo will return th. complU years since, was abusing nod ridiculment by giving you our votes." In ing Populism and Populists through this tn'uuuer tho articles of bargain the columns of that paper. and sale were signed, scaled aud do But comiug down to tho point. livcrcd. Do Democrats believe in tho Govt Hence on tho ono band we have ernmontal ownership of telegraphs and railroads? men of convictions, wbohavo thoman Do Democrats believo iu fiat mon-e- y? hood to declare them, while on tho other band we have a set of men who Do Democrats believe in freo silver? aro willing to bo everything or nothe Do Democtats believo in tho ing for the sako of office. Which of aim lleferendumt them will tho houorablo and sturdy Somo Democrats believe in freo yeomaury of Ohio county choose? If who besitato to voto tho silver it is truo, lint aside from this thcro bo any Republican tickot, becauso they think thoy do not ondorse a single principlo principles are evils, to advocated by Populists, Republican Thus why tho effort to pull wool them wo would fay: "It is better to cuduro tho oviUwohavo, than to fly over the eyos of Populists, by intimating that Democrats and Populist aro to others wo know not of," nr-ti- de iit'Co-ftV- Dkmockat It is not a remedy put up by any Tom, Dick or Harry; it is compounded bv expert pharmacists. Ely Bros, Ask your offer a to ceut trial size druggist. Full size Cream Balm 50 cents. We mall it. ELY BROS., 56 Warren St , N Y. Since r86t I have been a great sufferer from catarrh. I tried Ely's Cream Balm and to all appearances am cured. Terrible headaches from which I had long sugered are gone W.J. Hitchcock, late Maj ir U. S Vol. and A. A. Gen , Buflalo, N. Y to cu hi: a tiii.n in om: Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lects. All Druggists relund the mon 6 6 mo ey if it fails to Cure. 25c. I'o.st-OlTic- e ky I.lnt at l.rllrr week. Rates $1.00 por day. nt Hart Remaining in the Mr J. N. Kcown, of Select, has Roductlon by tho tho wook ford, Ky., which if not called f.r in 30 moved his drug store to our town. days will be sent to the Dud Letter Mr. F L Sanderfur made n flying Street cars from all depots pass the Office at Washington, I) C- trip to Rostne Sunday. door. Iu center of wholesalo and tot Robert K. Jones (2), Richard Sim Naitih. bacco trails. It ly raons, Ranal Hunter, Ab Stephen, Miss Lulu Willis, John W.Johnson, Leslie Johnson, Geo. W. Strothcr, Mrs, T. A. Young. iir&auiMcn im ir. Persons calling far nny of the above letters will please say that they saw LARGEST NORMAL. SCHOOL IN THE SOUTH MID CLASSIC COURSM. EflCUSU TTACritBS'SCItWTIFIC them advertised. fT"?" "" wnV, , peNTtOtiCaVHSCWANTZB. "-. f, Woodbury Tinslky P. M. in mnni the power to llood'Rninparll!poMeeiciciuM luxurious hotel euro. unequalled curative power and therelive thau in the and or best boarding house In the laud, fore It has truo merit. When you buy "Itlsnlwtyi .ti thinj," he sas Hood's areair Ilia, and tako ft according to directions, to purify your blood, or "when 'i joung uitrried couple begins lifv.- iu a botrdiag house or, hotel, euro any ot tho many blood dlacaM,yoa certain to receive benefit. Sad bicauo lhyb.ln lll practically aro morally Tho power to euro Is there. You are not outside ot them-- u s. The lumiturc trying an experiment. It will mako your around them ts not their own. The blood pure, rich and nourishing, and thai young wife tniy brl'ig with her nil drlro out tho germs ot disease, strengthen s ahe inn) mid tho ncrvos nnd build np tho wholoiyatem. n tottcn ot her own here; nuother touch there, but the things in the room nru not Lheirj, nnd sooner or later s'te will real zj it. "During the day the wile is alone.. No duties call her. Nothiug is there in her life U10 Ono Truo Wood ruttfler. 1 s the be In f c to exercise her Ingenuity nor develop Preparedst, byt0. 1. tood a Oa., lowell. Maw. only She cannot s. her wotuiuly r 26C prepare any little pleasuio for her Hood's phis young hiihbiud fur things nrc TIip Duly ol Thr Tniina; Vnier. When her husbat.d lor her There is one point, however, which leaves her for his office she turns In discussing back into the toom nnd wonders what cannot be pissed over she can do during the day; how she the duty of attending the prlmny will employ Herself; where she will caucus. In order tn go to a primary go. Tlicie is nothing. in her room to you most belong to n party, and appeal tu her to stay lltcre. No home tlierelore the question of sttendlng duties confront her She goes out the prliuaiics opens up the larger baland shops, peiliaps fur n while, runs question of political patties. By arouud to htr mothers; calls upon ancing one party cglnst another the some Irietids; goei btck to her room genuinely indi p"nlent vi te has often to practice u little, if the is musical a greit .iff ct.but iu the long run that nud has n piano, or if she is find ot man is most useful who allies himself bojks she rends. There U uotning in with one party or the other nnd is her lite; two thuds of hetsdl lies thus Aide to do his duty nnd cxejf dormant She is glad when the time his influence ns nn American citizen comes for her husband to come home; to the fullest extent. The man who glad to leel that sUc has some one to does this not only makes himself felt whom she can talk; glad cf company. in deciding between candidates at the And he what can he do to cxpicss ballot box, but also has his say as to himst.Il to his young wift? Nothing who these candidates shall be, nnd around him is his; everj thing is by ns to how the gtent patty machine I am not counselling a lease, his lor a time tor so much money. shall be run Aud ufier he gets through paying blind partisanship Any one of us for leaves it behind. The end nny be a strong party man and yet tl c jitne as the b;gun I rg That Is be obliged to break with his party if is why tiotel or boanling house lite is the organizitiou abandons the great principles on which it rests. My so injurious to young married people It makes them practically homeless." proposition simply is that ns, under our system, our government is to be conducted by politics! patties, the OABTOZIXA. most effective nnd useful citlztn is he who belongs to one of the two great governing organizitions. The highest duty of every American citizen is to vote; the next highest duty is to u.vit (iriiivi:. Mr. F. L. Sant'erlur is teaching us go to the primary nnd take part in one of the best schools we have ever the government of the organizition which is to govern the SUte or counhad taught at this place. The teachers of the Cromwell Mag- try. Harpers Round Table. isterial District met here Inst Saturlo Cure Contlptlon Forever. day and had quite an enjoyable time. Tkn Cic.ircu CimlvCuthtrtta 10a ortSo. tt U C. el (all to cure, druirnlsu re rued moaor. We hope they will come again. The young people of this neighborF. II. HEAVRIN & CO., Prior's hood have au interesting literary society. ) G. S. HALEY. Mr J. A Kiiig has a new born P. H. HEAVRIN, J clork Republican nt his house. Miss Etta James has been nppoint-eassistant post master at Select. Mr Robert Kcown and Mrs. Daisy Smith were quietly married one day last week nt Morgnntown. A protracted meeting will begin at 701 to 715 W. Markot St Select t.ext Sunday LOUISVILLE, KY. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chniley Mason, of Grajiou county, visited here last l -- - ... ...1...1 ..m1 Talks mt 1 - thetr.fl.-sshechou.-e- Hood's Sarsaparilla 1 t.il-nt- iMrcM pit-par- ed ( e d mum. stfrU)0fr "Eii" x.' C$alfaMtV?i f and t'nlnrrti In li Which requires a constitutional remedy. It cannot be cured by local applications Hood's Sarsaparilla is wonderfully successful in cuiing catarrh because it eradicates Irom the blood the scrofulous taints which cause it. Sufferers with catarrh find a cure in Hood's Sarsaparilla, eveu after other remedies utterly fail. llene BULBS PLANTS, FREEE endio-da- y Hood's Pills are prompt, efficient, always reliable, easy to take, easy to operate. In describing a fight n witness said the defendant threw a rock nnd uiiwd the plaintiff He then threw another and hit the plaintiff right where he missed him the first throw. After serious illness, like typhoid fever, pneumonia or the prip, Hood's Sarsaparilla has wonderful strength-g- l Ing power. (Jai&logae for Asking. Bulbs for Fall Planting out ot doors. Hull)? for Winter blooming in the houso. Plants for blooming during the Winter. Plants for decorating Seeds for Fall sowing out of doors. Seeds for Winter sowing in the house. Send us 10a to pay postage nud packago and wo will send you 15 Selected Bulbs, or Six packages of Selected Flower Seeds, or six packages (nil different) Sweet Peas, or all threo collections for 25o. She PA$ Seep QO., reene.rM. Y- - SNRT FIELD & BON -- HAVE OPENED THEIR tflKEwSSw'iJ? Wife1 H J ?. Unit If 110 nation has able to bring nnd keep together the bullion and coinage vlu ol the metals when thoe values ilif. fered vtry little, it is preposterous to assume that anyuuinn could do it to day, when those values are so wide ivtfr been made hundreds of Mr Bryan speeches niter reading this challenge. He had considerable to say nbout the Couiler-Jonrnn- l; but not once did he even try to meet this challenge He is now back urging the same silver philosophy nnd insisting that there is no proposition of the Chicago platform which is not stronger to day than it was n year ngo. The Courier- louinal, tlierelore, takes occasion to renew the foregoing challenge. By satisfactorily answering it Mr. Bryan run Insure the adoption of his free ae silvtr "We submit ui A BBBLBM stJfeJBMCiL-3B73yaMgfa.?l'reWBBBBW- r apart " bbbbRI .liPM I W IE I ifi 'i "Dbbi tm iiiilf m ii B SB BKlJ!-- F J M BBBBW VbW'bbbbW I I sL. j. f. r W.liir4rto,' ,rr WOv x. C. ""Trf" . -- . 2M. r-- i coinage of silver policy and save him-f- it II at) further speeches and labor In nt direction, Courier Journal, A fine new OMNIBUS will iu!et all day trains at Beaver Dom, All or lew promptly attomled to. guarantees a comtorta' In rido. corner Market awl I'nlonHtMits, Hn'tforl, An etgnnt vehiclo and mmiUoiso Ltve onfcr nt IlCf's Lirciy g'sbU MwxniMiia 11111 ji ir. m CAPE li ZXWliXm LLLT212Z Kojrsl M1IWI EWi nakt TALK. the food pur, wholesome and d.llclous. aessrsr (REPUBLICAN I SSEE Trade with Carson & Co. Come to Carson & Ladies new C- - LEGISLATION. for furniture. "ADVICE TO THE W. C. & o , . r a It ' j Below we print in full the bill which was championed by Represent Lots of mens overcoats and narks ntlve Barnett, for the benefit of the Intoshes at Carson & Co. miners of Kentucky, and passed by , Dr. G. F. Chapman, Centertown, the Republican Home of Representatives at both the regular and extra gave us n call yesterday. sessions, but which was dt fented each New dress goods, new percals and time by a Democratic Senate. Every new trimmings nt Carson & Co. POWDER vote cast ngaltist this Mir measure, Abiolutel Pure We have a beautiful line of ladies which would have been such a boon cloaks and capes. Carson & Co. to the poor coal miners of Ohio counexcept Capt, A 0. Stanley, Rochester, and ty, was glvert by a OYl SAKIK4 fOWMS CO., M TOKK. C. S. Taylor were in town one and most of the Democrats refused to vote In nn attempt to break yesterday. a quorum. The Republican party is Good lunch nt Carson I)ros. Miss Laura Ilocker, of Prentls, is In favor of the bill, and Mr.Jarnngin Choice fruits and fresh oysters at visiting her sister, Mrs W. II. Mauzy Is pledged to do all he can, if elected, this week. fefe. Mffi? " trashy Carson Bros. to recure its passage. Butcoal tulnets, viwviSJw' 'jfcL iasfc The following subscribers have in the light of the past, cannot exBig line of Hosiery cheap at J. 15. XlyUSLn"" cTViXc. paid their subscription slnct our last pect anything of a Democratic legisFogle & Go's. lature. Mr. C W. White, who report: Ike C Adair, Fordsville. V&& B Prices that inspire confidence at J. fought this bill so vigorously, is now I i Everybody knows themllliner, Miss E. 1'ogle & Co's. mnking free sliver speeches in GraySara Collins. Don't fall to see her Capt. Cox was in Louisville this son county and abusing Hon. John II. line ol hats this season at Corson & of mu::u week on business. Rice, a man who voted for and used .." Co. all his Influence in behalf of this Mr E I., llullington is visiting The wife of Rev. G V. Drane, who measure. If coal miners of Ohio relatives in Indiana. of is pistor of the colored Baptist county desire to be lreed frqm the We want yout eggs and leathers. Church at this place, died Wednesday check system nud the grinding Comon J. E. Footn & Co. night. pany store by such legislation as the is see $2 50 will get you n good overcoat Mr. S. L. Fulkerson and Miss following bill, they will vote the nt J. E. Fogle & Co's. ticket next Tuesday. Nannie Cairnes, of Rockport, were Be it enacted by the General As Rev. Newton is holding a series of quietly married at that place last Wed sembly ol the Commonwealth of Ken nesday night. meetings at Liberty church. tucky: Rfv. Silas, Newton will preach at 50c will buy you a nice pair of 10-- 4 i. That any person or corporation blankets at J. E Fogle & Co's. the Methodist church next Sunday regularly employing not less than 23 buck,slash-c- d Ladies capes from 70c up as high morning and night. Everybody cor- ten laborers to render service in any at- as you want them at J. E. Fogle & dially invited. line of industry shall pay each laborCo's. Mrs Jo. B. Vlckers returned home er so employed, If he or she shall so Mrs. Hamilton, and children, of Saturday after several weeks visit to demand, upon Saturday alternoon of .W4 . five Mcilenry, are visiting telatires in friends and relatives in Owensboro eacn second week iu lawful money of Miss Lucy H. Hitchcock, lecturer, A "hear-sayreputation may do the United States. and Hawesville. Indiana. $1.98. Any person and corporation who department of physical culture, Wo- - for other remedies; Paine's celery You can't be happy uuless you are Hon. J. S. R. Wedding returned shall wilfully violate or neglect to man's Christian Temperance Union, compound is best known from the dressed. Patronize J. E. Fogle & from Fordsville Wednesday where- - he comply with section 1 of this act shall Vermont, wrote on May 16, last: mouths of men and women whom It Co. and be happy. bad been engaged in taking deposition be liable to a fine not less than five "It affords me pleasure to add my has made well they are in every city nor raoie than fifty dollars to be re testimony with others regarding the town and village In the country, You must buy from J. E Fogle & in nn important land suit. Tc No one can pass the newspaper j.o i covered in any court having jurisdics healing effects of Paine's celery com IU. Co's. if you wish to buy good goods a:2 41U1110J A temporary bridge has been erect Hon thereof. Provided said person pound upon an exhausted nervous bulletins without being reminded by for ume money. col ed across the River at this place, to how slight a thread the best of men or corporation after using due dilli-gen- system." For the best attention and a good be used instead the one that is being TCmiure minlc: nm- Aug, 12,1897, she wrote; "Asa hold on to Hie. The slight ups and is unable to make the said paysquare feed for your horse, patronize torn down. A large force of hands ment as required In section 1 of this rule I do not endorse medicines, but downs in health from which people col- Field's Livery Slable. jet,-nre now engaged in tearing the old act, shall at once make out a pay-roI believe Paine's celery compound to recover make them forget that there one away when a new one will erected. and statement of the amount due each be ot a different order from the ordi- Is a limit to the body's elasticity Mr. Charles Cruse and family, of The habitually exhausted Everyone desiies to keep informed employe and deliver one of the state- nary medicines. Facts cannot be disMasonville, are visiting th family of on Yukon, the Klondyke and Alaskan ments to each of the said employes. puted. I have derived so much bene- nervous system at last loses its power Mr. E. P. Thomas. gold fields Send loc. for large Com- Said person or corporation shall at fit from the compound that I am glad of recovery and offers no resistance to Mr. Lem Mcilenry and wife have disease. gone to Tuscon, Arizona, where they pendium of vast information and big the same time, execute to each of the to heartily recommend it, hoping othcolor map to Hamilton Pub. Co., Ins said employes a due bill of the same, ers similarly afflicted may be relieved. "Prevent disease," is the watchword will spend the winter. said due bill to bearinterest from date. Any medicine that will relieve suffer- ol the best medical thought of today. dianapolis, Ind, a Miss Mamie Dennett has returned A failure or refusal to comply with ing humanity is a blessing to the Careful men nnd women do not wait 1(H Congressman D. II Smith, of ue from McLean county, where she has until they are flat on tlieir backs as the requirements of this section shall world." county, made a political speech subject said person or corporation to been visiting her sister. people once did. The more intelli A blessing to the world! nt the Court House Wednesday, and the penalties set out in Paine's celery compound has been gent part of every community has section 1 of Don't wear baggy trousers .when but for this notice the public Tonld this act, provided the prosecution is proven to be the one great remedy found out the Inestimable benefit to you can get nice new ones at J. E, have been ignorant of the fact, since instituted within ten days after the that leally makes people well. This be derived from Paine's celery comoi Fogle & Co's. so cheap. only n few were present. accrual of the right. estimable woman, whose Christian pound, when one is wornout, nerve-tir- ed Mrs. A. B. Baird, alter a few weeks and The yeas and nays being required work is earnestly directed toward the Hon. E C O'Rear, of Mt. Sterling, visiting to friends here has returned The little ills, the beginning of thereon by a provision of the Constioi betterment nud others, a $3.24, addressed the voters of Hartford and to her home in Alabama. tution were as follows, viz: whose eminence in the W. C.T.U. neuralgia and rheumatism, the e" Ohio county, at the Court House last and tired feelings show the Those who voted in the affirmative makes her advice of great value, Don't buy you boots and shoes un Monday. He had quite a good aus were G W Adams, J G Bailey, W A plainly indorses Paine's celery com-- . Immediate need of purifying the blood til you see T. E, Fogle & Co's line; dience, who showed the appreciation Baird, and refreshing the nerves. The di- WJEdrlngton, M T Fllppin, pound. they will save you money. of what he said by frequent bursts of of 23 The amount of poor health on every rect and energetic way Paine's celery J C Freeman, R R Morgan, I GNance, Don't buy your winter underwear applause. H M T Ball, W Morgan, hand is something shocking to everys compound overcomes sick and ncr- 9 until you see J. E. Fogle & Co. and who stops to think. Hundreds vous headaches, dyspepsia and heart A Barnes,- C M Barnett, Mr James Walker, of Laffoon, J braid,com-binatio- n you are sure to buy from them. J C W Beckham, W M Berry. W R of men and women In every neighbor- troubles, ns It does all other nervous Daviess county, and Mrs. Elizabeth disorders, has compelled the admiraDon't worry: come to J. E Fogle Sharp, of the Crane Pond neighbor-UooBlack, E B Blackburn, J B Carpenter, hood are today carrying about with & Co's. and let them sell you the S M CarsonJ W Catron, Nerge Clark, tion of the medical world from the came to town yesterday and sethem a needless load of ailments that stmt. winter goods you really need. B Coflman, W O Coffman cured a marriage license, got into J a thorough refreshing of their nerves, Headaches, rheumatism, neuralgia, Davis, W J Messrs. Mack Fair and J E Fogle their buggy and drove out to Rev. J. John J G Furnish. J H Gilliam W G a purifying of their blood, more sleep lifeless feelings, and debility cannot A Bennett's where they were made were in Louisville this week purchasGossom, Fred Glider, W W Greer, J and more regularity in t'ae bodily paisist when intelligently met and mnn and wife. ing a fall stock of dry goods. B Hiles. John T Hlnton. N T Hnw. corrected by this greatest of nerve and functions would completely do away brain strengtheners. No You will find .bargains anywhere i9mu ard, John A Jasper, G W Leiberth, W u, Mixed Ticket, remedy ever .tK"'nt you stop in out house. Rosine, Ky., Oct. 26, 1897. H Lyons, D J McCoy, II C McCrack-en- , with. Paine's celery compound will kept the confidence of so large a body J. E. Fooi,r & Co. To Whom it may Concern: I W J Meers, W II Morgan, J C do all this for sick and ailing men and of inquiring men and women. Try it. W, A. have been a Democrat althrough life, Napier, A D Pollitt, H J Poor, J W women. Messrs. B. D. Ringo arid Gibson are attending the Grand Lodge was in sympathy with the South dur- Prewit, J H Rice J M Richardson, W 'I tie Clrrclau Art Kiitertnlniuenf. ing the war, but I cannot vote this H Stiglitz, G P Thomns, W PThorne, of Knights of Pythias nt Frankfott The Entertainment at the Coutt mixed ticket, especially for County T S Wnrd; Wm Whittaker, Walker this week. you can Own? House on next Thursday evening by I would advise true Wilkins, J D Wills, F R Winfrey, S Hont When Court Clerk. Mrs. D. M. Ilocker nnd Mrs. T. J. Democrats not to vote it; vote one Price You rent year alter year, and have Mrs. Reid's class, promises to be exWitt. Smith and Mr. John R. Phipps nud single ticket, then you know where Those who voted in the negative no farm when you get through. The ceedingly fine, She has been teachwife are attending the Exposition at you are. I have known our S4.98. candidate were: A J Carroll, J M Chambers, W landlord has your money and the farm ing lor a number of years, in many Nashville. We offer you of the large towns of the State, and on the mixed ticket from Infancy and II Daughtery, P J Foree.B F Furnish, at the end of the year. ' Mr. U. S. Cason nnd Misses Elec. were you situated like I am you O L Henton.W F Horton, J S Phelps, Ohio River Bottom land, In Ballard the press speaks in the highest terms R C Speed, J C Speight, J A Steele, J county, one of the best counties in of her entertainments The young tra and Ada Carson nud Mr. R E L would not vote for him. T Stout, M C Swlnford, A D Thomp- Kentucky, on the following reasona ladies, in Grecian costumes, giving Simmerman nre nttending the Ex- N. B. Wilson. their beautiful Drills, Pantomimes, son, A C Tompkins, Jas A VIolett, C ble terms: position at Nashville, Term, 00 ('rail, W White 17. 50 acres at $14 00 per acre . . $700.00 Tablaux, Recitations, Music, etc., will has Photographer A. D. For a limited time 99 cents will pay doub- turned from Dawson Taylorwill reCash 50.00 present a pictute of loveliness that be for one i)czen cabinet sue photos at and you will soon forget Thnt Indictment, The Dude First year 50c per acre . . 2500 Drill and not Working Song will be found iu his gallery here in person Schroeter's Floating The Owensboro Tribune oi March the le Studio. Second year, $1.00 per acre 50.00 "catchey" teatuies of the evening. every Monday and at Beavtr Dam 11, 1897, says: of per acre . . 100,00 Don't miss it. The tickets nre selling There is goiug fo be some trouble Third year, $2.00 the balance of the week. Mr. 1'nrlivrs liner. Fourth year, $2 50 per acre 125.00 rapidly and a large crowd is expected. Because Mr. Sb:kleford has not In Ohio county over thedisappearance All persons knowing themselves to Fifth year, $i 00 per acre . . 150.00 The Frankfort Daily Call says: "Mrs. indictment that was Reid'sentertainruent isuew the mettle $6.48 be indebted to me by note or account campaigners inof him to meetonother of anlast term of the circuitfound in Sixth year, $3.00 pertacre . . 200.00 her drills the most beautiful and novel; we have court. the State fair the will please call and settle same, and ever seen." The same program will grounds the Democrats have sought Commonwealth's Attomey Rowe ap. of 50 acres $700.00 be given hre. Get you a Total cost greatly oblige, -teserved peared the grand jury while This land produced the pabt season seat at Griffin's Drug store. 8tf D. M. Hocker, C. O. C C, some claim to aid their nominee for drunk, beforethat body and promptly in- of 1S96, 80 bushels of corn per acre, of Court of Appeals that will Clerk For Salr One farm of 100 acres have nothing to do with a discussion dicted him. At the beginning of the and 5 acies of Early Rose Potatoes A. present term of court the indictment prodcued of land, 3i miles North of Hartford; of timely principles. .107 2,000 bushels, or 400 bush8PniNQFIELD, MO. has five never falling veins of water, . It was published iu this city yes- could not be found When the day els to the acre. acres of Prior 10 by Dr. of . a large variety of fruit trees, good terday that Mr. Parker, the Populist came to call the case it was not men- Tobacco made an average ol 1,200 rteitortd to Health Nervine. Mitel Restart. tlve For but trim- house and out buildings.office. fuuther candidate, wa really the "decoy tioned,called the attention of the court pounds to the acre, which brought in 12.lt, information call nt tills to the omission on n day the market $5 for leaf and lugs; ; duck" ol Mr. Bml y, the Republican being raKfCtv!VflEnllr later, he issued and order requiring acre ol late cabbage brought $50, sold nominee. II, R. Taj lor whose the clerk to produce the indictment at Cairo At Murray, $6.50. political fidelity was questioned last or show) cause why he should not Le Vou can raise twice as much on a year, read a letter purporting to have punished for not doing so. That good bottom farm as in the hills, and b:en written by Chairman Hampton, official went to his office and in a your land don't wash away or wear of the Republican State Campaign short time returned with the missing out. Committee, which letter the friends paper and made the statement that it There has been no drouth in Bal- and supporters of Mr. Sbacklelord had trot mixed un with some other ' ' lcounty this yeur and crops are have attempted to torture into cam- papers and had thus been mislaid, iney are goou every year, Many people believe and not a few sP'enalu' It is a strengthening food and paign material against Mr Parker. n We ,mve ZooA fur,"s ,or, sa, Whether Mr. Hampton did or did charge that theie was a conspiracy to tonic, remarkable in its f Cod-Livkeep the case from coming to trial, but lonB 1,roc'nl oarKa,n!"n uAv.a,w..iu It contains properties. not write the letter1 matters little. If counties cheaper than Oil emulsified or partially he had a confidential talk with Mr. Judge Owen's order nipped it In the and McLeanwill sell you. We will bud. A full investigation of the mat- anyone else n combined with the digested, Parker, it was doubtless nothing s a- - i "J1: .or ..kk othand highly prized more than he has had with leading ter should be made, and it the charges exchange any fuui we have for of Lime and Soda, so free sliver Democrats, as well as with are true It ought to result In the with- ers. MURRAY, engineer for Keet drawal of n candidate for Commonthat their potency is materially gold Democrats. If Mr. Parker 53 acres, 4 miles from Hartford on Kountrco Mercantllo Co., Spring wealth's Attorney and another for cir- Owensboro rond, lor increased. a friendly leellug for Judge field. Ma., writes! "I utIsro4 from saleat $to pr dvipcpsla, was unablo to eat anything withBreathitt, when there was uo Populist cuit clerk. Owensboro Press Match acre. out severe dUtress, Treated by several candidate, he certainly did no wrong. II, '97. physicians without keueOt, I became almost imp m For ptat and further puticulafs apHe had a right to select between po a physical wreck and unablo to attend to U'nnl-Kliiiwill arrest loss of flesh and It ply L. Freeman Little, over Bank my work. I took Dr. Miles' Itostoratlre litlcal opponents a pe sonal choice, Ou yesterday evening at six restore to a normal condition the Nervine and lu six wecVs I was well. My ?h A. Williams, The free silver Democrats are not o'clock Mr AlonzoK. Ward and Miss Commerce, wlfobad a sevura atinfant, the child and the adult. It tack ot La Orlpp-adverse to securing aid trom the Pop- Inez King were quietly married at the at4 Third Stteet, Owensboro, Ky will enrich the blood of the anemic) which brougnt on ulist when they can. Mr. Parker residence of Rev. W. W. Cook, at will tM tfi n.lnrfi. fl1 ill troubles peculiar to her sex. Tho Kestor- Wo ihnw 0 complete lino of plush Cupea from 83,20 to $10,00, also a tlon of the throat aod lungs, and ."'"dtbem last year In a material Beda Rev. Cook oflMating. The Atlriillun runner. n atlvo Nervine U the mi t My lino of Jackets. If Interested you should not fail to sco our complete cure incipient consumption. Bting on your wheat nnd corn. We has We manner, but when he choose to make ' contracting patties nre both prominent :.... . only thing that Dot a helDtd her. We line. Also hlgtiVHt lino of dre goods and Millinery bhown In Ohio couotr. maka this statement because the a race lor himself he found the free antpopular in their soci il circle, nnd will buv or exchance as suits vou. ' hope you will uso this Samples of drew poods sent on application. Don'tjforget tho pluco, years has silver manageta ready to impugn his lmve 1)lanv fiends who wish them Weare running every day and experience of twenty-fiv- e Id a way to holp others as we bavo been." , motives. It will not do to mucu.bappllle8s ffi J J proven it in tens of thousands of Dr. Miles' ltemedlrs aro sold by all drug, accuse every man of selling out who . &SX. gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle eases. b , scoTrs Wi. Book on benefits or money rotunded. will not be bought out by the Demo- K.inrt vonr iawu with CM.4r.t1, guaranteed 50c n4 fi.oo, !l druijUtt. and Noma sent treo to all applicant. mi AW crcen shoes at Carson &Co. A great big stuck ol new clothing at Carson & Co. For Bonoflt of tho Minor at Tho Extra SoBSlon. Physical Culture Lecturer Endorses Paine's Celery Compound. f. 11."" Mm Mm.., warn &r&. w WS FAIR & COMPANY iizdmW: ."I.."it-i-- W 1 Have received their entire lino and to say the least it they are Beauties, and at Below prices competition cannot touch. we will describe some them as best we can paper, but the best thing for you to do to come and them. mm.. .;$? Lot XTo. 1 Is a heavy quality, black Chiviot cape bottom, price in. long, full sweepe Empire back storm collar, with straps; very tractively trimmed with three rows of silk, finish lustre braid and rows around " Lot No. 2 lnr with storm strap, vnrv lmnsnmnlv beads around the broidered with lar of cape. Special design on plaid back, faced with silk serge, price $2.75. long, full sweepe, flnumn i!nnn.,nlUl,m.,fvmnln Oil... mi iiiutj Jiinuii, ce I ll heavy broadcloth. 24 in. long, top in. long, connected with Empire cape back, full sweepe, combination turn down or storm fancy pointed collar, diamond silk shape back, trimmed with two rows finish lustre braid, fastened with straps, in beauty. black only, price Is La-R- " Lot Ho. wool beaver, sweepe; scolloped top cape in, long, full in. deep, bound with silk finish turn down or storm fancy round collar, diamond shape back, fastened with strap, double Empire back, both collar and top cape embriodered with jet, price 83.98. 4 " Is a heavy quality "all-gon- .' - d, Din-nin- beaver 24 in. long,sweepe, round collar with strap triple Empire back with yoke, front made with plaits to match,yoke back edged with Entire cape elaborately worsted cord. embroidered with jet, price 5 Hota llsTo.quality heavy wool Is super WHY fine Mohair and wool mixed English boucle, 27 in. long, top cape 12 in. long, connected with Empire back, full sweepe, storm collar, collar, top cape and Empire both sides back elaborately embroidered in jet beads, collar trimmed m Tlnbbet Fur, price cs HLot IfcTo- Is an extra fine quality salt seal plush, in. sweepe, storm collar, 20 in. long, cut jet cape covered with embroidery worsted braid, collar, beads and fine med to match with Thibbct Fur,two fancy pockets, price ZbToHotan extra- quality Is , 7 S. Murray and Wife J What is Scott's Emulsion? lesh-form-i- ng well-knowHypo-phosphit- (TefB 1 I er es I std Mr What Will fi Do? flDfYi9y J tNrvlna si..a fY. lloart turn-politic- FAIR & COMPANY, 'JPTo.gJPciIj? Dealers. SCOTT ft BOWNE, OiiinhU, New Vwk. cral8.-Comme- rcUl. v vhmlSmSS' .S'? VMMiiA nVRR Dam Miuino Co. im.MILU3MKl)10ALCO., Klkhatt, lud. Hartford Republican. l'RIDAY, OCTOUKK ao, a 1897. a faiim prices; HAVE NOT DECLINED IN IOWA SINCE 18C0. ww i llrcllnn of Vom!on Price of Wlir.t Due to Dcrrfaiteil Colt ot Transportation. "Crimo .if I SIX' IUil No llffcrt Upo n Krlilpnca Tlmt (lolil ! rrlf- In Vlne l'rofnor Nlpher. Conclusion No Ucctulon Tor Political lljrttrrlcn. TI10 great grievance of Uiu idlvcrltos ogulnct gold Is that it has Appreciated in valuo aiuco 1878 and (hot it will bay too muob, or, as the; prefer to srato it, prices aro too low. If It bo truo that th cold dollar is Increasing in valuo from year to year, then thin prlovanco Is a real one, especially if the appreciation does not result in a lower rate of inter-es- t or ia not compensated for in tome other way. s No Longer Wedded to BlWer. Dccnnso prices of luaunfnctarcd , hnvo fallen siuco 1873 and London Senators Stewart and Jonoa, those silver-itprices of srain nro now lower tho two old silver war horsos, are mystifyusually tako it for granted and ing tho enemy and dumfonnding the eonud money men too often ooncalo it sllvorltes by their suddon change from that gold has appreciated. Ono great pessimism to optimism. They are both factor, labor, ia nearly always omitted in Wall street and are speculating on a great waveof prosperity. Senator Stewin tlicso discnesions, and yet it is perhaps as important as nil other factors art said on Aug. 13i "Thoro ia no room for pessimism in combined. If tho purchasing power of both labor and commodities is considthis country. No one can be n 'boar' in ered, it is nbsolutcly impoasiblo to show tho faco of the wheat famine in Argenthat gold ia appreciating. Properly con- tina, Russia, Hungary aud India. In sidered, it is doubtful it it can bo shown view of this condition abroad I aboald that eold is increasing In valuo even not bo surprised to eoe silver sell as low when measured by farm products. One as 3S cents and wheat as high as tl. of tho boat pamphlets ever published on Tbero is nothing iu talking silver at this subject ia that of Professor Francis tbo present time, and my advice to my V. Nlpher of St. Loula. It Is entitled friends in tho west is to fall into line "Tho Appreciation of Gold" and is with the forces of prosperity and progress and rccoivo their doe share of tbe volume i, No. 14, of "Sound Currency." Hero is what Professor Niphcr says ou reward. prices of farm products In Iowa (tbo "Tho time has passed for tin old isligurcs or diagrams nro omitted for lock sues. We meat turn to face new Isaacs and new conditions. of spaco): "Air. Georgo E. Roberts of Fort "I frequently hear it said that this aeourlty market ia a duplicate of trie Dodge, la., ban published n paper entitled 'Iowa and tho Silver Question.' In market in 1780. It is not It ia more of "this paper ha glvea n great mats of Dua bull market All a man has to do is buquo market quotation taken from to get into it go to sleep and gat rioh. tho columns of the Dubuqno Herald, on The wheat situation in the west will filo in the historical department of tho mako evory railway not only a dividend stato of low it Dei Moines. Tbe winer, bat a dividend efo." ffenntor Jones talks ha a tterlhr are takon on tho first of eaon vein. Ho seems to have discarded silver mouth between 1S01 and 1803, Inand gone back to gold. He said: "I beclusive, and tho valuo of tho gold dollar in tho currency of tho day la also lieve a great deal of gold will be found token nt tho samo date. Tho prices are in Alaska, and it is certain to restore then referred to 'gold. Tbeso results prosperity. An abundance of money means prosperity. " show the average annual purchasing power of gold as applied to wheat, corn, It is n rolief to be told by thece former gold haters tbnt prosperity oan oats, hogs, cattle, butter and eggs become through gold. They are welcom tween tho yoirs 1881 and 1893, into their mora money theory of prosperclusive. "Cora and Oats. Figs. 4 and C show ity, mainly beoauco it differs from the tho Dubuque prices of com and oats 10 to 1 theory. from 1801 to 1803. Thoro is nothing about either curve to attract attention to tho year 1873 ezcopt tbo word "crimo," which indioates whero the act of 1873 was paiscd. ..Both curves show a distinct riso from 1801, bnt after 1807 the prices of both havo been practically F. O. AUSTIN, M'g'r., constant, with perhaps 11 slight upward tendency and distinctly higher than 531 west Market Stroot Be during the war. Tho prico of corn has fluctuated around an nverngo of about j twnon 5th and 6th, 38 cents, and that of outs around nn nvcrago of about 80 cents. This doos not mean that at various times tho daily quotations may not have been much ( R. L. BAKER lower. In 1861, for example, during Cluiiks: ' August and Soptember, the prioeof oat and I T. O. BAKER. was 10 cents per bushel. Tho similarity between tho slopo of tho curves fercorn Tli a World' Oatpat at OelA. and oats is very striking. William P. Bonbrlght : Co., of Col"Cattlo. Fig. 0 shows tbe Dnbuqno prico of cattlo per hundredweight from orado Springs, say In their mining letr 1801 to 1803. From 1801 to 1804 tba annual average was a littlo less than 'The world Is entering upon an era ol gold production $3. From 1800 to 1803 tho price was largely increased very Etcady at about $8.40 excepting of this there oan be little doubt Never during tho period from 1880 to 1886, has the search been carried en with wheu prices wcro abnormally high, uoh vigor, over such wide areas or to $8.80 in 1883. Here, as in with such general success. The cause tho other cases, tbo war prices were tho which have produced this Increased lowest Tho highest prices were not begold tlilrnt need not be stated here; fore, but nine years after, the crime. that It exists has been ittrlkingly shown "Hogs. Fig. 7 shows tho Dubuque in the rupidity of tbe spread of tie prico of hogs. Compared with subse- Klondike excitement and tbe ager exquent prices, tho war prices for bogs ploration of other new goldfields, m wcro better than in any of tho other well ns in tbe largeJy Increased procommodities. Tho demund for army duction of the established distriots. It supplies may perhaps account for this. should be possible at this time to form Prices during 1808-- and 1870 wero ab- an intelligent estimate of tbe extent normally high. Sinco that time tboy of this Increase and to forecast the outhavo shown no tendency to cither riso put of the current year. Barring or fall. They have fluctuated around come cnlnmltous occurrence, the prodan avcragu of about $4.60 per hundreduct of the Cripplo Creek district will ba weight. tully $18,000,000, a gain of 37 per cent "Butter and Eggs. Fig. 8 shows the over our figures for 1698. Colorado' Dubuquo prico of butter uud Fig. 0 tho output should reach $20,000,000, which prico of eggs. Hero alio tho lowest exceeds Director of the Mint Preuton'a prices wcro during tho war, and in both 160C figures by 34 per cent, or a gain of cases there is n marked rising tendency 10 per cent, for the state outside of the frcm start to finish." Cripple Creek district. Sixty millions "If gold has been inoreaaing in valuo of dollars seems at tbe present time a by reason of tho so called crimo of 1873, very safe estimate of the production of tbeso quotations should show n decrease the United States. in price dating from 1673. Tho farmer "The world's output of gold for 1898 ban been told that this stato of uffairs was about $318,000,000. From present txists, but it is tbe prico of whoat in Indications no very large Increase is to Lhcrpool or Loudon that has been apbe expected from either Australia or pealed to for proof of this decrease In Itussla, Tho South Afrloiui Increase, older to detect any cbuuge dating from however, promises to bo notable. Tbe lb?;!, it is necessary to luuko tbo examHand output for the first six months of ination cover at least ton years prior to tbt current year exceeded that of the 1878. Tho results tiro shown in the diacorresponding rxrlod of 1898 by about grams which follow. They show at ft 30 per cent. While It U not likely that ghuieo bow prices havo been changing this ratio will be maintained throughand how they hao bceu affected by the out the ear the Increase may very j events of 1873. easily be 20 per cent, or about $9,000,-00Fig. 3 represents tho price "Wheat. The highest percentage of gain in Dubuquo from 1801 to 1803. Tho will doubtless be found In the case of uverugo annual prico in gold of wheat Canada and the British northwest, during tho fivo yeurs ending iu 18U5 where the production is likely to Jump was about 00 cents. This covered tho from J2.000.000 In 1890 to $8,000,000 in period of tho war During tho period 1SU7, the result largely of the phenomfrom 1800 to 1885, tho annual avoruges enal output of the Klondike, llaccd on fluctuated bctwteii 03 cents and $1.80. these figures, the prediction may safely Thcro was 110 general risaorfull. There be miido that the vvoild's gold producwire simply fluctuations up and down. tion for 1697 will approximate $210,000.-00From 1880 to 1803 tliu prices havo been 0 gain of about lOpcrcent.overthe inoro htcudy and lower than during tho preceding year." ptecuding interval, but with an upward t ndeney Tiioy wero, howover, nearly I'ni'f Worth Cnnelilerlnir. down to war prices. Thoro ii certainly In 1673 tho production of gold was nothing which indicates that anything In 1897 It Is $240,000,000. $00,000,000; happened iu 1873 which allected tho Iu 1S73 the bullion value of the silver price of wheat. From that dato to 1885 dollar wa $1,004; Iu 1897 It Is 40 the general tendency of prices was discents. In 1873 the per capita circulatant tly upward. No person not prevtion In the United States was $18; In nrquaiuted with tlin diagram ious? 1SP7 It Is $22. The loss on tho silver cruld plolt nut tho year 1873 If the ptirelittt-efrom lb78 to 1893 to main ! ii's wero removed from the diagram. tuln the prico of ullvcr exceeds lit too many pcoplo raiso wheat, the or about the valuo of one-haprice is low. If whcutcommaudsablgh of the cotton crop. . by reason of n short crop, more The amount of money In circulation I jtcplo bcglu to raise whoat, tho price Is gienter In gold standard rountries rwliully (alls, and pcoplo gradually than in rountries havlnn silver ntnnd Mrp tailing wheat, fcuddenly u abort ard. Labor and farm produre In Mexico ir p may again raiso prices to nuoxtcut tii.it will again Iticre.tao tho number of are pulil for In silver dollars, the value wli at growers, 'the uverago prico of of which Is steadily declining. win .it at Dubuquo during this l In eras of depreciated currency the bus bein 70 ceuta. This prico lust thing to advance Is wuges; the mat . h been so nearly reached rceeutly that thing to mlvunce Is property. In gold it hardly profitable to tpernlato about ktuudurd countries capital Is abundant - causes wljk'h produced tbo low prices tluund the rut of lntervt.t low. In silver or wheat during tlio paiilo uud hard standard countrles'capltul Is Hcarccaud Himthe rutcA of Interest high. Louisville beginning in a'ja. Ilutlttloca M'eui unreasonable to attributa it to a I'ost. crime said to havo been committed 33 ;iilA anil l.earal Tender. years ago and which few people Jlefore ths "legal tender" trlok was criminal llvu years ago. Mr. Uryan evidently had not discovered this Ijitroducrd to give a forced currency to flat money gold und allter passed from crime 011 March 10, 1808. Professor Niplur then quotes London hand to linnd nt Its bullion, value. The prices of wheat uud (hows that tboy riilnrne still stick to that form of drillLino declined faster thun Iowa prices ing. All gold and silver coins art current In China for exactly what thry art in.iluly becuusoof icduoed coalof Ho says tbafwitbout doubt worth when melted down, Thert are tlin future pricu of wheat will bo deter, still many things In finance ami merintw d by tho amount of whoat grown chandising In which "the heathen Chiami tint ability of people to pay for it." nee" can glvo us valuable Instruction. Philadelphia Jtecord, Ho draws the follow uu conclusion! artl-clcw I "In not one of tnesouiagrnma is tbero tho slightcat Indication of a falling off In prico dntlng from 1878, nor is there tho slightest foaturo to Indloato that the year 1878 tins nny algniflcanoo whatever in our commercial history. In not 0110 of tlicso diagrams conld nny person pick out tho yenr 1873 if tho r1 ' wore removed. What ground hav wo, then, for asserting that prices havo fallen by reason of tbe crimo of 1878? What is this grand display of political hysterica all uboutf "From 1801 to 1803 tbe farmers In Iowa wero getting on tho average slightly Increasing prices for thoir produce. Tbia was certainly true of produoe whloh was not forced to sock foreign markets. "In tbo nnmoof all that is reasonable why should those farmers object that tho dollars in which tby were being paid would buy more of manufactured goods in 1803 than they did in 18787 Lot us be candid. Lei ns remove the business matters from tbe corrupting iufluenco of partisan politics and think about them soberly and talk about them calmly. They concern our welfare and tbo happiness of our families." CKNTEHTOWN. AUSTIN HOTEL I Louisville, Ky. tr: llgiter Laud Oilier Clms. O. of Hovnold. kno v too much hisurnnco Bureau Com tnts!oiior-- D. other people's n flairs. Now ono ocmoving in. W. Comhigoro. casionally meets with a person who Mr. Sam lames, ol Point Pleasant, Adjutant General 1). II Collier. can prescribe belter than his physihas bought and moved into the John Stato Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown wrap and has tho signature of IIlll propetty, and Mr, Hill moved to cian; preach bettci than his minister; Day. the country with the intention of teach school letter than the teacher; HAIMtOAl) COMMISSH1NKH8. per. No ono has authority from me to use my name exknow teachers better thnn the Supers fatmlng. Jno C. Wood, cliairmnn; J. F. cept Tho Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is Success to the KErunucAN and intendent, nnd its no man nt nil that Donijwy, H. S. Irwin. Secretary can't gtt up n better paper than the Samuel F, Brown. Rnx our county candidates Q&editor. March 8, 1S97. CONaitFSIO.VAt.. On the 8th day of October more LindSenators Hon. Willinm O. Do Be Deceived. than 10,000 students were on the rolls say, linn. VWJ. Deboe. ns members ol the fust Fresluunn Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting Keprcontativo Fourth District class of the Cosmopolitan University, Hon. D. H. Smith. a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you The couluslon into which the plans BTATE I.KOlSI.ATUItK. (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the inregarding the Cosmopolitan's educaSnnntor Hon. A, D. James. gredients of which even he doc3 not know. tional work was llitovn by the retireRoprpjontntlvo Ohio County Hon. ment of Presldeut Andrews, in order THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE C. M. Barnctt. You to meet the urgent wishes oi his E OHIO COUNTY. BEARS THE SIGNATURE OF friends nt Drown university, has been ClItCUIT COUItT. Lung Troubles and Consumption can met by the acceptance of the presidenHon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens-borbe cured. Prescy by Dr Eiiplialet N Potter Hon. J. Edwin Rovve, Attorney ident Potter has been at the head of Kevv York Chemist nnd Owciisboro. two great colleges lor nearly twenty An Eminent Scientist Makes n Free Offer T. II. Black, .Taller -- Hartford. five yeats, and brings to the work to our Readers. O. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. talents as an organizer and B. D. Hingo, Master Commissioner on juan of broad culture and common Hartford. The dtatinguiehed New York Chemsense ideas. He is already at Irving-t)- n You. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund ist, T. A, Slocum, demonstrating his engaged in oignniziug his staff discovery oi a reliable nnd absolute Hartfotd. or professorB. The woik at the uni- cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Cal. P. Kcown. SherifT-Hnrtf- ord. O a! IV ..l ltUHl nifllHll versity has been grouped under fif- Tuberculosis) tnd all bronchial, throat, 1C1IU11U3 OUIUUCl trt.... trn.tfA..l l!Sf,'JW Joo Roberts, Fordsvillej Thos. R. teen heads, covering the various lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general Bishop, Conterlown; S. T. Stevens, branches of knowledge. Each of these decline nnd weakness, loss of flesh, Cromwell. will be in charge of a pr.fesor. As and conditions ol wasting away, will Court convenes first Monday in send THREE FREE DOTTLES (h!1 soon as the task of selection is comNew Discovery to nnv March and August and continucsthreo plete, the students will be assigned different) ol his afflicted reader of Tim RnrunuCAN weeks, and third Monday in May aud their work and the largest Freshman writing for them. ftovembor two weeka. class in the history of the universities COUNTY COt'HT. His "New Scientific Treatment" John P. Morton, Judge Harttord. has cured thousands permanently by of the word will begin its studies Hartford. D. M. Hockcr, Clerk The extrlordinary dimensions of n its timely use, and he considers it a simple professional duty to sulfering E. P. Neal, Attornoy-Hnrtfor- d. class thus Jormed has opened the eyes humanity to donate a trial oi his inCourt convenes iirat .Monday in of the public to the importance ol the fallible cure. each month. Science daily develops new wongap in educational facilities which tbe QUAirrr.m.Y couut. Cosmopolitan has undertaken to fill. ders, and this great chemist, patientBegins on tho fliird Monday in ly experimenting for years, has proKnowing that the appropriation duced results as beneficial to humani- January, April, July nnd October, For more thau (ii'ty-Myears it hoa never failed in its weekly visits to the made by tbe Cosmopolitan is a limit- ty as can be claimed by any modern couivror claims. homes of fanners ami villneers tliroucht tho United Slates. Convenes first Monday in January, ed one and that tbe entries are far genius His assertion that lung troubbeyond the most sanguine expectns les nnd consumption arc curable in and Tuesday after the second Monday IT HAS faithfully labored lor their prosperity and happiness, for the Im"heartelt iu October. provement of their business and home interests, for education, for tbo tions, erabarressing the work by the any climate is pioven by inhisAmer OFFICERS. OTIIKU COUNTY letters of gratitude, "filed elevation ot American manhood and truo womanhood. pub-- , proportions, many professors and G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur ican nnd European laboratories in IT HAS told nt the fireside, interesting and instructive stories ol the doings lie men have already made the Tfler thousands from those cured in all Springs. of the world, the nation ami states. oi advice and assistance without pay. parts ol the world. N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Medical axperts concede that bronZ. H. Shultz, School Supt. Hnrt-for- d. IT HAS advised the farmer as to the most npproved methods of cultivating chial, chest and lung troubles lead to and harvesting his crops, and tho proper time to convert them into the Consumption, which, uninterrupted, L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur largest possible nmount oi money. means speedy and ceartaiu death. Springs. Simply write to T. A Slocum, M Poorhouao IT HAS led in all matters pertainiog to tho welfare of farmers and villagers, C. R. Campbell, C , 98 Pine street, New York, giving and lor ever half a century has held their confidence and esteem. postofiice and express address, nnd Keeper, Hartford. For Infants and Children. JUSTICES' COUUT8. Wo furnish THE REPUBLICAN nnd NEW YORK WEEKLY the free medicine will be promptly A. S. Aui.l March 3, Juno 1, Sep- TKIUUNE, both papers Ill fie- sent. Sufferers should instant advanUalli tember I, December 1. tage of his generous proposition. iTiry elruwi March C, June 5, JontB. Wii-sotf Please tell the Doctor that you saw September 4, December 4. his offer in the Republican. 12, C. L. W00DWA hd March Juno 11, September 10, December 10. Address all orders to tbo EXCURSION TICKETS Jas. A. Bowi.io March 20. June VIA THR 19. September 18, December 18. Courier-Journ- al B. F. GiiAvra March 25, June . 20, September 23, December, 2.. Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Be TO THE R'Mim 2, Tribune HuiUHnfr. New York City, nnd sample copy olTHB AsV your NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. People y Reticcr Hro9 have lielrjobol nearly complete, mid content plate moving their saw mill to South C.irrollton, where they have n lot ol timber to saw. W, A Rone returned from n business trip to Evansvlllelast week Rovvc and Mottou ate erecting n tge stock barn, on their Rough tivcr (aim. Mra. Hellen V. Caldwell, ol Woodstock, Tenn., is visiting her brother Prol. II. II. Davis, of this place. Quite an nddttion was made to our town last week by the James Bros., saw-I111 K Much in Little Is especially true ot Hoods l'llH, for tiomrdl-cin- e Gonoral Directory. STATI5 OI'I'tCIAtS. ever contained no great ;uratlv poner In o small space. They uro u ivbole intillclni Governor William O. lltndley. Lieut. Qovornor W. J. Worth- illgtMl, AN OPEN LETTER WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THK EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "O ASTORIA," AND " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK. chest, always ready, always efficient always satisfactory! prevent a cold or fAYr. mm ell IIvpf lit. tick headache, jaundice, constipation, etc. ive. Tbe only Mis to take with Hood's Sarsaparllla. Hood's To MOTHERS. Pills Secretnryof State CliarlcB Finlcy, Attorney General W. S, Taylor. Auditor Snnitiol H. Stono. Tnatmrer Geo. W. Long. Commissioner ol Agriculture, TIor Statistics Lticm nnd ticnliuro Monro. Superintendent Public M. DavKnn. JiiMriictiiin-Gr- n , DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, was tho originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," tho samo that has homo and docs now sSZTZET' on everU wrapper. bear the facsimile signature of C4asw!7&&vi CASTORIA," which has been This is the original "PITCHER'S used in the homes of tho Mothers of America for over thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY at tho wrapper and sco that it is tho hind you have always bought jiSTfJsu on yf QCifffl&& iie &&- -. Subscribe for Tho Republican and keep up with the times. Not "The Kind Have Always Bought" o. (M&4 FAC-SIMIL- Insist Having The Kind That Never Failed : it A- ' BORN eplemfeer 18 1M1. CASTORIA $&& n ONE YEAR The Republican and for one year for $1.50. the Illinois (Jen. !. IIAUTFOLID REPUBLICAN, Kartjord., 3K.y. ran-uing- 0 flow's ThleT We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case ol Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure-J CHENEY & CO , Props., Toledo. O We, the undersigned, have known F J. Cheney for tbe last 15 years, and believe blm perfectly honorable tn all business transactions, and fi nancially able to carry out any oblN gation wade by their firm. West & Truux, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O Waldlng, Kinnan & Marvin, Whole sale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces ot tbe system. Price 75c. per bottle. Sold by all Diuggiuts. Testimonials tree. Hall's family Pills are the best. ONE OF TWO WAYS. TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL And rent trial 1:1 lor a genetous DrucRist Mze CATARRH i F cont.iius no co ciin, mercury not i.ny other inju rious iIiur. Tstslx-vlll- . It is quickly For the above occasion tickets will be sold by the Illinois Central Rail-o- ad Absorbed nt once. ! at varying times, tates and limits, including a ticket on sale oKns ami cleans C0LD,NHEAD daily, good to return until November AII.slniUu. 7, and lncludiun tickets having limit etheNastl Passages. Heals and I'ruttct.s the of twenty days, fifteen days and seven m.itiou Restores the Stn.sea ol days; also tickets on Tuesday and Membrauc. Thursdays of each wtek with limit of Tiste and Smell. Full Size 50c; fifteen days. For lull particulars as Trial Size 10c at Druggists or by to which of the above applies from mail. KI.Y BROS , 56 Wnncn St , N. Y. your nearest Railroad Station in connection with the Illinois Central Rail-roacall on or address your nearest railroad Ticket Agent. International Exposition Give-Reli- j '' '"""' linliii Psga ($JBffi R3 j Do you want any . 1 p ffj PRINTING? do, letter Heads, Rill Heads, S j?j we are ready to re- ceive your orders for ar.y thing in that line. We print Note Heads, Statements, Circulars, Dolgcts, Hoarse Hills, Tack Hills. If you WantediT'ldea thr mr c, 0. 0, T 11 lf entire-inMvu- - 1 ul - Memphis, The bladder was ceated for one FltKK. A. H Hanson, o p a., Chicago n.M.WOOI.LhY.lI.U. purpose, namely, a receptacle lor the W A. KGU.O-SL' AiiikuiA, G a. Offlco 1M If. I'rjor Si. A o p.A,, Louisville. uitne, and as such it is not liable to nny form of dim: is: except by ore of The first way is from im two ways perfrct uction of the kidneys The l(.cal wny i" frmu cnri'lit treatment ! other diMises. cmn c,tjsB Unhealthy urine from tinhealthv ikn custom of odrertlsors t BftaA tnaMH4U of dollars each UtitnevhiH thtrcliirt c.uise nf bladder Itia ards. oMrs and signs ob bflHXMnM. Wo propoeo to troubles S the womb, like the Ikk oar to tbo paovta. and ptqpom toeiroaway, absolutely f roo and wltfc- bidder, wvs creattd lir one purpose, QUtasiaitJioHon, TITO TII0USA5D DOLLARS, la 99 frizes, as follows and tf not doctored too much is not except liable to weaktiti-- or HERE ARE THE PRIZES. I1.00O 00 1 rrlso, a Miuouri Farm It i (.Hunted back of innrec.iMB 700 W " Beantlful Rosowoed Uprlf ht Hano 1 ltd very close to the h'addtr, thereH 100 00 Columbia Rleyclo 1 fore nnyptin. riiieaw or inconven M 04 CMh Cold Priceu of 430.00 each lerce mamfeHteilin IbeUi'lnejS back - " 80 M 10.00 each 6 is olten, pHss.-igbladder or urinary H M 40 00 6.00 each 0 " female nttribuje'l to by inistHke, 60 00 2.60 each tO' " " " of some weakre.ss ol womb trouble 83.000 00 sort The etror is easily made and Total t may I e n easily nvoided. To find We will giro to tho parson forming tho greatest number of words out out corrertlv. ret your urine aside for I tii lstters in tho word.SKNNAUr7rs, tho lint prlws, a Missouri iarru, land, free and clear 01 any oonsisting twenty lour hiiur; a sediment" or set vahd at tl.OOO.OO, perfect of 80 acres of good forming tho next greatest eacambranco, and title To tho person tllng indicate kidnry or bladder asroMr, wo will eire a trnub'e Tlu HUM nd the extraor (7Q0.M, and to tho person forming the next greatest number, a Columbia dlnary c ol Dr Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, Bicycle, valued at 9100.00, and to the next 80 largest lists, wo will Irocash and the gre.it kidney, nnd bladgold prlzM, as noted above, making a total of 80 prizes, wbleh will lo rea If you der remedy is ooou realized nay a4 yen can get one of them If yon will try. need a medicine you elmtilil hive the Write to tho THIEBESSTIKRLTN MU8IO COMPANY, 1118 Ollvo fiftv Ctnts nnd At dm irli-t best Street, St. Louis, Mo for Illustrated dcscrlptlvo catalogue of' tbo Piano to huve n mmpie one toJl,ir Yu ma bo given away, or havo your city friend call on thorn for yon. bottlo at'd pamphlet, both tent lre by DIREOTIONS. mall Mention the Hakti'Oru Ia making up your list nso nothbgbut English words. Words spelled iiihI nind jnitr address to alike bat Baring a different meaning can bo nsed bnt ones. Use anr Dr. Kllni'r & Co , niiijihatnton, N diettoaarr. Anything that Is n legitimate word will bo allowed. Work it Y The proprietors t this piper tot U thu way, senna, an, set, sat, eat. Use theso werdslti ronr Hit beat guarantee the genuineness of thin of Wo ffw thos rewards In order to introdnee BE.TPtAItr.TS, tbe ler. Oa4r Caljrtlo hi fae wrf, for (ho baby, child, by, girl, mother, father, graarbna aad grandpa. They all like them, ther are Jnst Ilka randy. Ask senna Is, she eao tHl yon, and will hall with delight tbo VViininl ricaadraa what la the form thftt It Is now Introduced, Alti'MI For the uvi;uile Holiday and Stands Hero Is a oharteo tor the school girl, tho school bay, the teacher, the yetuig a ad the old, to obtain a Farm, Piano, Blcyole and $900.00 In QoM, ard Subscription Books, by the W. all3te!y FIUX n. Con key Company, the largest pubGet down your dictionary aBd go to work, It will be fonad BMwsaai manufacturers) of books lishers and aad Instrnetlre, ABd ercrry father and muOirr Miottld euoonrage tlirlr boys aad firk to outer this ooutast. Tliere will bo no favorites, (he person ootid-- t in the United States. Finest line of la tbo largest oorroot list wIN receire the rewards no matter wlto they new holiday and other subscription ara or wliero they lire. . Aleo agents Tear list siionhl bo made np at once, as this otror may not no maun books on the market. inu w4 tbe Mn(MC will ckmo iMoreniDer to, i&n, ana ine nnrora 01 no- wantul for "The Silver Side," the eoiUrtaots will be rmbllshed In the BU lnld on the latest nnd tot text-boo80tft,1897. OONDITIONS. question by the greatest silver oent slue. Ia the Ask your DrwrirUt for a box of SKNNAHFlt! Exclusive territory. Latest lenders box yon will and a SEKIArrET word bnlldlnr eeatwt card. 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