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OFFICIAL ORCAK OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, j Pi"Fffto'.V.i' tiRD JTTili fi Spi-cia11 Bccominij a its anticipation one of misery. suffering and danger of the ordeal make1 mother should be a source of joy to all, but the VOL. X. filth in vi;itsi:. HARTFOKD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1897. In the first place rcason3 than one they do not require so much food that cost labor as do other kinds of stock. Tuey are not very great grain caters, hut they are great consumers This is why they of hay and grass. arc so profitable. Grass and lny are very good to keep up the fertility of the farm and sheep ninchc well in the combination without very much A small flock on the farm double, is nearly nil prcfit, lor they are kept so easily that there Is little else re quired in keeping them that would Do not unotherwise go, to waste. derstand us to say they require noth- Ing, for they do, but we mean to say that a small flock can be kept ou a farm stocked with other kinds of stock, nnd they will almost live on the weeds and grasses ignored by the ' others. The animal that will convert weeds and grass into cash Is a paying one. It pays to have animals ou the farm that will consume the weeds, to say nothing of the profit obtained out of the of the sheep, and the wool that There ate glows on their backs. many kinds of wteds that would get a good st.v.t on a farm if it were uot for the sheep They are sure death to sour dock, dandelion and many other kinds of weeds that are hard to We had a field that was eradicate. almost taken some years ago by morning glories. No matter how hard we heed to e ubdup them they would be nia.stcrs. The'field was put to pustutc and shtep. and when it w.ts put to grnin the sheep were turned in on the tlubble nnd they did the rest If you have a lot of briers that are eacroaching on the farm lands, we know of no better way to eradicate them thin by the use of sheep. We once put out a lot of blackberries in the orchard and afterwards desired to get rid of them, and we c6uld do it no other way thad by turning In the sheep They did it. Last spring we turned a lot of brood sows in a small paddock of about two acres well set The did not seem to to blue glass. appreciate the blue grass and rooted a great deal. We harrowed it down level, but weeds came instead of grass in the rooted places and last week we turned in the sheep, nnd in one day they had it cleaned up, except a few Another of the woodiest of stalks. trial like this will clean them up. It seems to us that no farm is complete Exchange. without a few sheep. !on't Tobacco Spit aal Smoke ToirlJfi Amy. To quit tobacco easily nnd (orerer, be mag No. 15. IIAIIlt'llKlt. liV. Will practice Inn protin-- 11 in Ohio and ailjoiningcitiiiitiiT, nml court oi l Appeals. utu-i-li-i given f collections. Office eni side ol puVji square. M. L. a Hkavhin. HEAVRin & MOTHER'S FRIEND is the remedy which relieves women of the great pain and suf- fering incident to maternity; this hour which is dreaded as woman's severest trial is not only made painless, but all tnc danger is removed by its use. Those who use this remedy are no longer despondent or gloomy; nervousness nausea and other distressing conditions arc avoided, the system is made ready for the coming event, and the serious accidents so common' to the critical hour are obviated by the use of Mother's Prlcnd. is a blessing to woman. 11.00 BOOKS ran DOTTXE at all Drug: Storss, or tent by mall on rocelpt of price. Containing Inralnabla Information nl Interest to all women, will bo sent to any adJress, upon application, tij Th BB1DFIELD HlfiCUTOIt CO.,ltlint, Ua. rDrr Who cm think of toine Imp) An iuug wii'aiPDir PrnfsW fflur IdMit lhv mT t.rltiaT vmi wfilth. Unto JOHN WKlUiftllliUnM A OO . 1'Ment Att..r. hlDjtoti, I. Ctur their $l,o prliootTw teyt. fttid ltsl vt two liuodr t lurentlon wanted. Wanted-- Idea jtiEneiiAUT's tdt--. IG& mmm SgZntflL I1RG M Tfcs Leading :,tAlJlnk. z u&ntaB tree Specialists of America III OHIO. foW 20 YEAiiS 250,000 Cured. WECURESTRICTURE I Thouuinil. nf Taunff nn.l mUJlo affoil tnany tnenarotroiiMi..lilhUibitllwate tincon.ciourir. liny uiaynatonimari-I- n ten nllon, Fiuall. t4 Hue flrrim, i harp cuttinc ui.mnt tiuu , rllgbtili. charge, tlifli' ultjr In r mtu. nclnir, weak organ, cmlf inn, an.lall llioryinptoni i f nenous i!i 1'ililr Ihcy li.it Klllll-TI'HlDon't lit doctor cxpcrltncut on you, by futtlrp, fctrclcblng, or tearing ion. 'Ihlimlln 't euro vmi.nj It will hencorcuotcjlht rtrlcturoi cruianenlly. Itcan ii'il( f r rrurn. N.uln,iioftur-lnr- . ntti n from ImiincM by ottr no 'JlioX'im.lnrgnn'nrolrcncth-cncl- . method Tlio tunes mo Intlwiratcd. and Iho bll-- i c( manhood icturor. Thoi whof yours; ami ml Mir oral mm nre Iminu Ihclr sexual ipit nn.l utality e .nlniinllr rnpiil ly this disci., 1 lit x n't ttiv nily unci mciwufl Our NI.Vi' .Mi. (11(111 TUKAT-Ml.S'nb il) Ilia flricturo ti.iuet "I r WECURE GLEET 1 alb irukni, Unnaturil I ik Manhood, fimi umicm, l'mir Memory, Irritability, at timi-- ' ruiartln(tr!en-Mtlnn.hunlsc- n mm, Willi dark circle. U'ck Hack, (leneral llciiros.l'in. Lack ( VaileoeeV, Mimnken Ambition. l'arf. cie. Ili.ni.l' nn.l KfllK 11 III; tuny bo tlio mart. Hon t consul! family loctoiH, r llicy hn.o no CTiuncnco lu llipxn i iml fib. tc- - Ji n't allow Uiur'.il.i o.iTiliuiiit tm y i. Consult Hiw lall'l , w ho lit .' I inilo a nro liiily o lhvirp.n.uriinnl I'MI.N I' will l.n.l. iMnrn. titirll.u Mirrlllll) Tllt: lively rnro )ou. One tiiou4nil tlcilari . li r n nt io i't f"f trcolracnt nml nun .'mrc. icrBiiiaixKiaioi irocurc, nf Uencrnl 1 A CURES GUARANTEED V HTUIIllltl' llliUNS I KM IN. VAiitrnTu:. svi'itiLiH. lu.Kirr. IMJ'OrKXC'V. HOOKS l'lli:i: If iinnbl. to call, wrllo for OIIITION ULANK (or UOMl! Ironi nmt rnro! KMIFStONS, SIXIIKT . llMl'V nn.l lll.ADIIIMt lll.mKr.. KHKK. NNAIUllAliDIH-IlAlUl- Till; TMfcST. Kennedy 'Z$ Hlfexj ny-l rn.Kergan fi STREET, aB o.li. M .AT . combined with another that distinTin re guishes I.erony.o Pearclfield. is not nnother man in Logan or any In the yenr of '96, other county, so lar ns known, who is 1'rotti nutliority I quote, McKlnley wns elected, 70 years old nrd ueijjhs 300 pounds, Ily nn ovcmliclmiiig vote who Is noted ns the most successlul William nryrtn he cursed and swore, . horse breaker in his section Yet this And wildly toiehis lulr; is true ot the colossal" old Shaker. 1'or McKlnley had n walkover, The secret of his success in this dliec-tirlo the Presidential chair. seems to lie in his great strength and conrage. He Is absolutely fear l'or the next six months or more, Mr. Uryan was sick nnd sorer less, and almoit as strong as an ordiIiut be, with help was able nary horse' He has a system all his To move across the Moor. own, which conslstsin demonstrating When he was nble to walk, to the pcrlict satisfaction of the horse And by himself sit alone, that he is the master of the siiuatlon. He immediately made up his mind, To do this is sometimes necessary to To leave his Nebraska home throw the horse down and sit upon And now in his special train, his head, which Mr Peatcifield does lie goes ironi place to place; After in the most approved style. And everywhere he goes, 300 pounds has sat upon his horse, Ruin btarea him in the (ace. ship's heap for a little while he Is satHe gathers the coin from the farmers, isfied. Mr. Pearclfield then hitches Who stand in the rain utid shiver, him to his little catt and drives about they console themselves Hut nuu iree silSo great Uy blioullng and looks at the country. ver." is his lame as a tamer of wild horses that ihe f.irmeis for miles around After be gets tnrough speaking, And gets alt the latmeis' coin; bring liim unman tgc.ible horses to He'll need that five acies of land. break nnd none has baffleJ his skill To dump ins money on. Hx and Strength Bryan was sent from heaven; SORETHROAT. So some people say, To lend us out oi trouble, In a lettct to Hartman, Dr. On to some brighter day. dated Dec. 271I1. He advocated 1896, George A Through the wide land everywhere, of Hlanchatd, And all he expected in rtturn, Washington, Was the Presidential cnair. Ga .writes: "My lliroat hai been Hut nfler the election was over, 111 the habit of On the people he did rare. sore MJMW gelling r Pur 1 lie,) iiuowed him to view it, every ).nr 101 Hut he never reached there. f ' the Inbt twenty , Now boys, I'll bet a huudred, years, nnd if jny medical skill did me And this to you I'll prove; nny good it was so little I did not That befor- - the next election comes, know it Two years ago my wile was He will be Republican too. Big Andv. down sick two months tried twj doctor"!, but the case was a slubbutn one ol lemale trouble. I found in Pe CnturTriiri. Uln llrrnm not only a good, safe remedy for An old Georgia darkey had a dream and In thatdream he saw an iron ves- sore throat, but one for weakness and sel at the roots of a dead oak ttee, and nervous prostration. I quit the docthe vessel was filled with silver dol- tors and purchased a bottle of Peru-nand in three days after my wife lars. He had great faith in dreams and he communicated this one to his got up and she has been goin,j ever wife, who in turn told it toiler neigh- since, and I have not been bothered bors, says the Atlanta Constitution. with that bad sore throat. It med to It got to the ears ot two practical last at least fifteen or twenty days. jokers about town, who placed a doz- Since we have used yourmedicine my en dollars lu such a rrceptacle ns the wife has not lost a single day, ant' old man's dreams had pictured, and she has gained over filty pounds " In n later letter, July 22d, 1S97 Mr. buried it beneath "a dead oak tree." Then one night when the old man 13 inch nrd writes: "All of the sickwent to digging around the dead ness we have in the family is when We people trees In the vicinity they secreted we cannot get themselves and watched him at his In the South think Pe-i- u na is a God-seblessing. I recommended work. to friends of mine that had nsthnia Pmally he came to the tree where the dollars were, and presently un- and one bottte cured them. Whenevna is used it 'peaks loudly earthed them, nnd at the sight of the er Pe-rsilver he ell on his knees and return for Itself Dr. Hartman, the orilntl comeJ thanks to heaven. Then the young men presented pounder of Pe ru na, has a recent themselves, had a good laugh nnd ex- book on chronic catarrh which will na Drug be sent free by The Pe-rplained matters N They had had their fun oat of the M'f g Co., Columbus, O. old man. nnd now they wanted their Ask your druggist for a free Pe money. Almanac for 189S. , I'll bet every man, woman and child in town has told me some remedy, and they're eveth one difierent." "I don't know wlnt the b;st thing the doctor with a twinkle, "but I l:no-- the best place for it is on somebody else." They both laughed. "They say, though, that every one is worth $5 lo a man," continued the doctor. "Well, IM like mighty well to get my chips cabhed and jump the game," replied the other, ns he walked off holding his right hand a wry,' ro no reckless pedestrian could touch it. "Pojr fellow," sympathized the doctor, "he's had sixteen in succession, and stilt they cornel" for it Is," returned 1 Rheumatism Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. Sill 1.1! v Tavlor. lAVlCR. I ivsss 1 ru-n- a Is a blood disease and only a blood remedy can cure it. So many people make the mistake of taking remedies which at best are only tonics and cannot possibly reach their trouble. Mr. Asa Smith, Greencastlc, Indiana, says: "For years I have suffered with Sciatic Rheumatism, which the best physicians were un able to relieve. I took many patent medicines but they did not seem to reach my trouble. I gradually grew worse until I was unable to take(my food or handle myself in any way; I was absolutely helpless. Three Jin It Tnnln In Ills (Mil Manner. bottles of S.S.S. reAn article by Mark Twain written BVJMBvNwPLsKfi. lieved tnc so that I in the style of "The Innocents was soon able to move Abroad" and illustrated by A. B. my right arm; before l'tost and Peter Newell, is n promise long I could walk across the room, and that magazine readers do not have held out to them every day. It Is the when I had finished one dozen bottles completely and am as well as was Novembernumber of McClure's Mag- ever.cured I now weigh 170." azine that this rare feast of humor is to be served. One night expect much more than ordinary entertainment S.S.S. cures Scrofula, Cancer, Eczema, from any one of the three items ot aud any form of blood troubles. If you pictures by Frost, pictures by Newell, have a blood disease, take a blood mediand nn "Innocents Abroad" article cine S.S.S. (guaianlecd purely vegeta-tablis exclusively fer tbe blood and by Mark Twain; but the editors of is recommended for nothing else. It McClure's, in their profusiou, engage forces out the poison matter permanent we will to serve all three at once. The Mark ly, to anyone send Twain article will consist of chapter our rnluable books. Address irom the forthcoming book on his Swift Specific journey around the world, and is Co., Atlanta, the only part that will be published Ga. in advance of the book itself. It Remember Bullington will give those that have read it say, the eailier Mark Twain manner, which is you a good shave, hair trim or shamundoubtedly the most popular, on a poo. thread of pleasant travel are stung no I'or Nale end of wise nnd witty reflections, A desirable farm of one hundred quaint and quizzical observations, acres, situated near Hartford, well comic adventures, and plausible imwatered, a good orched, two hundred possible tales. bearing trees, good buildings, and in good community. For iurther parAndrew Jackson is the subject oi ticulars call at this office at once, tf Attorney jit Law. Attorney counties. Also Perry Westirfield. Bruvrn Dam. Ky It. fi. wl&DJJlWG u1 Law, JlAltTl'OItli, K.Y. Will practice his profession in all the coin is ol Ohio ami adjoiuinr: Office, iu (Jommucial Hotel. otuiy Public. Attorney at Law, HAKTPOUD, KY. ill practice his prolession in all th courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties Carelul attention will lm given to a business entrusted to hid care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. A Real Blood Remedy, Will practice his profession in the Courts ol Ohio and adjoining conn uca. topccial attention giveu to ool lections. Office in Courthour-o-. TJ TTyTT 0-- Attorney cvtXaw, HARTFORD, KY. .TWil E3. JF. ISTSJILm, (Connfy Attorney) ie-ce- nt lol-lo- sss Attorney aiKyT law HARTFORD, attention given to making abstracts, & also Notary Public lor Ohio County. Ofllpp North ship of puhlietqiinrc. JU.ii:. LEESIMMERMAN, SPECIAL Attorney ai jaw Ky. Hartford, T- - J- - 8ln'-n W11 r' 0ffice with & Co., Alarkct Street. Will practice his profession in all she Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly at a nt u ncllc. lull ot li.'o. nerve anil Ifor, take that mnke-- i ircnlr men strung All druiiglsts, Woortl, Curecuaran-tccd- . Doolilct and sample free. Address Btcilios Ilemedy Co, CUlcnuo or New York 122 W. FOURTH oiticinriATi, o. "Dat's alright, gen'meu,.' he said, come heah en c'al n whut de Lawd send, but I drramed it, en I digged it, en damn ei I ain't gwine ter hot' It!" He was in earnest. He equated himself, spit on his hands, nnd swung his ax In a threatening mans "ter ner. "You can't fool me none eryou! I dreamed de dream, I tell you, eu I digged like de debbil ler de money. Go 'long and wuk for yo' living " The young men are just $12 out. The old man Is dreiming with that much under his head. Tlifts- - OABTOnXA. W , w "feyy r"i 1 inni HILL TDNIC WARRANTED. PRICE OOcto. Oil.ATU, I LIB., NOT. IS, ISM. rMUMcdlolnoCo., SUIuU.Mo. (l.ntlero.ni Wo nold lut year, ItOO bottle, ot OUUVIC'H TABTULEt'S C1IIU, TON 10 n4 hT. bouybt Ibr.o nro. already thla year. In all our experience of II yenri. In tbe ilmp btt.tneiiB. bar. nover ml' an article that Itare auclt ualreraal aatla. lourj truly, JacUuu aa your Tonlo. Aii.iir.CAHH 4CO. I), illiams Porsn'o TASTELESS IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. boasts of One of the most unique characters in Ktutuclry, In the person ol Lorenzj IVarc-firldwho, since childhood, has been an honored member ol the Shaker comMr Pcuci-fiel- d munity at South Union is now close onto 7 ye its of ge. Njw and weighs about 300 pounds there are pleuty of people who weigh near onto 300 pou.uls, despite the cry ot hard times nnd starvation the raise in that section; aud there Loin are plenty of peop'e gan county very much older than yn years; but it is these two attributes Logan county 1 its ptltrr In (lie l'alnflle. "Give me three aces," said a sporting man at the stamp window ol the postoflice, just befjre uoau, a couple of days ago. The st imp clerk passed out three 1 cent stamps. "Now deal me a pair of deuces." Tllflt- till ilolli Ttry The clerk passed out the 2 cent TTtipei. af stamps. bee you understand the game," As the potato is so largely water it that it is nit at nil said the man. might be supposed "Yep," said the clerk. "Ante Hut the potato crop Is exhaustive. from the land, instead of up." always sold The man placet! 7 cents on the be'ng fed on it. The only thing that irom the soil is pot-- . shelf tl c potato takes "My pot," said the clerk as he ash, and this largely found in its The tubes also j scooped it in. leaves and stems. ' The tueu smiled as they parted. contain some potash and it is this knives and hauds New York Commercial which blackens the rio.To-rta- o of those who peel nnd cut potatoes. for rifly Crntn. Quarintecd tobacto habit cure, makes weak A large crop ol potatoes it is estimattaoB strong, blood pure. Mo, 11. All druggists. ed will take 100 pounds potash per Hull- Only heavy land acre from the soil A prominent citizen and a promi. can stand this drai.t Uven what pot-as- h such oil contains is largely una- neitt tloctor met yesterday at Fourth They shook hands, h combl led with nnd Btoadwnv. vailable, lia-silicate of pot- but the big mnn wn noticed to extend lorms.l sand aud ash. Sandy boils ire geneinlly defic- lus left hand instead" of the right. he said with "Pari at me, is ient in potash nnd whit they not tu mi available form fbr u o by a knowing little s tiile, "that reminds me Its lime to take my medicine, too ' crops Every time I mett a doctor I remem-b- :r riif I'x'liilniH-- . ol Nlii't'ii, my mediclre." He drew out a Sheep me the mo,st piofitnble stock pill box and took n .couple with as As a friend told the IUUCU on the l.mu giace aim ninnuon na 11 nicy w titer the other day: "They ate, be hid been tiothit.g. cause they nre double headas nnd He then exhil Ited his tirfht hand, ate not li ible to cholera or nuy other upon which theiewisa tegular incurable or preventable rifcMfe," boil. "What's the best Thev an- - tlir most profitable lor more thing for it, Doctor?" he quizzed ru-n- OABTOHZA. 'I the leading article in Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly lor November. It treats ol the General in private life, and is tbe first of a series of papers on the life, times and compatriots of the popular hero, which will run In that magazine lor several months. A. Oakley Hall contributes this first which is illustrated with excellent drawings by M. M. Raton, and portraits and relics of "Old Hickory". Another attractive article in this number is "Moqui Indian Snake Dance," by Lieutenant E. H. Pluni-me- r, with photographic reproductions oi difierent phases of the dance. Then there is a paper on "The Fisher Folk of Scotland, "by M E Leicester Addis, also well illustrated. The college article this month, the twelfth of this magazine's series, treats ol Columbia University.aud is by Frederic Thome. Other interesting things in the numan ber are: ' Amidst the shades ol Painters," by E O. Vanslttart; "Afexicaa Customs," by Annetta Holliday Antona; "The River Eden," by Rlmbalt Dubdln, "Some Curious Duels," by J. Cuthbert Hadden, and a paper on Lord Mayor's Day, the ceremonies attending the installation of London's chief There are a number of clever short stories, a particularly bright young folks department, some talks about new books, and the always interesting "Leslie's Portfolio." e, um-brimag-iitrat- Sure C'lnll Cure. Dr Armlstead's Chill Tonic Is a sure cure lor chills. J. H Williams only has a few bottles, so it you want to keep off cnills call for a bottle at ONCE. Price 45 cents a bottle. Don't delay. Attorney at Law, HlIRTFORD, KY., Will practice his prolession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted his care. Office in Republican Jo J.B. VICKER8, building. A young lady whose sense of shame ARMISTEAD JONES, would not permit her to address a certain unmarried clerk in ordinary English, called for a pair ot garters thus: HARTFORD, KY.. "It is my desire to obtain a pair of Will practice in all tho Courts of Ohio circular elastic appendages, capable of and adjoining counties. Special atbeing contracted and expanded by tention given to collections. Offic means of oscillating, burnished steel with County Attorney. Attorney at Iaw appliances that sparkle like particles oi gold leaf set with Alaska diamonds and which are utilized for keeping in position the habiliment ot the lower extremities which innate delicacy forbids me to mention." The clerk fainted, Ilcllectlona ut n lliichclor. Ho me with some men Is a place to go towhen the others close up. By looking at nny girls hair you can always tell where the iron was too Louisville Dental Co. tfjf) OWENSBORO, J A dog tax is a good thing, especial ly when it goes into a lund to indemnity sheep men lor loss caused by ca- nine depredators. A. Godshaw went to Bowling Green nr.itA. bec-tuse- l Saturday. A protracted meeting will begin at Mt. Heruion the second Sunday in November. A large crowd attended Quarterly Meeting nt Shinkle Chapel Sunday. John Pdtk spent last Sunday with his parents in Daviess county. Mr J tmes Patton is very sick. List Saturday the Be'da Base Hall team defeated the Masonvillc team at Pleasant Ridge in a nine inning contest, the scote being 1 to 10 in tavor ot Heda. Mrs. James Ellis is on the sick list. 1 i 11 e ! K. hot. Whenever n woman tiles to box a child's cars and misses she always ll4W.ln.iit. says: "Take that." ICY. It a woman cut up all her good $5 to $7 diesses just before she committed sui- Gold Crowns Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 cide she would never tail. Best set oi teeth (no better made A gill nlways looks so foolish when no matter how much you pay) . $8 $1 up she lifts up her bicycle skiit on a Gold fillings Silver filling 75c muddy crossing. Extracting, per tooth 25c It wouldn't be so bad to have the Painless extracting with Vitalized Air poor always with us ii the poor didn't 50c Extracting tree when Artificial always have us with them. Teeth are ordered. Office permanentSome f'ny a girl that loves n lot of ly located foolishness at her wedding will get killed by being hit on the head with TREUJ S10.00 IN fJOLD, Y Oil II & Ulcycle.aold Watch, Diamond an old shoe. Ring, or a Scholarship In Ilratio'hnn'a Prnrtirnl Ilit.tn-.- a Times nte celling better. For ev College, Nashville, Teuu., or ' Texatkana. Tex., or a achol. ery woman in bloomers yi u see three arsnipin most any otner rcpuiaDic Dusincsa color literary can be secured advertisements offering to trade a legedolnga little acliool iu the V. B.for the Youths' by work nt home journal. ladies bicycle for n second hand baby Advocate, an illustrated It U elevating lu character, moral in tone, and pccldlly Interesting and profitable to youii; carriage. iwople, but read with Interest and profit by peoand other In a novel written by a married ple o( all ages, btorles Sample copiesInteresting nutter well Illustrated. sent free. man no woman ever disobeyed her Agents wanted. Address Youths' Advocate rub. Co., Nashville, Teuu. Mention this paper. I husband without getting into terrible T1MU T.tlll.i: I. C. It. II. III.'.VtKK trouble and then crying and asking lA KY. him to forgive her. GOING KAST. A woman would rather her husbitid Local Freight No, 292 a 6 00 a, 111. No. 222 a 1 02 p. m. didn't kiss her at nil at home than not Mall No. 202 a 7 25 p. m. to put a lot of tenderness into it when Fast Mall GOING WHST. New York he does It before people. No. 2ot 8717 a. m. Fast Mail Press. Peopl ... . ...uttr. lit. .HI.I.I.MIII.I.I.I.HI.H " lliawl) Cfev aa Book KcepIfig.D'JsIncss, TVD ron a Situation. iBaTCkkav elegraphjf nftSohaaaaaaiauaaal'iBa'atJHaBHtaBaaaMraaMa'aa jutba ' WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINGTON, KY., For circular of hit f araout and reaponalbi. COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY Anar-ricMatlal at WorltTaEapoelUon. to Ihau.anil. of In poaltlnni. P.f.r.of rull llnalnraa irradualei Including Tu. Unm, lion, lloot. and Hoard In faiallr, about ro. BhorthindJpi-WriUDitO-T- aw.rdedara.lu.t... j, and TeUgriphj EpwialKes. Kentucky UnUanlty Plploma, nnd.r a.al, Ent.rnow. Graduate. .uerei.ful Naan.tloii. your hum r.ea ... auilrr. cnf I. or.l.r fo kittt WILBUR R.SMITH, LEXINGTON, KV rvmi Rirrs Llt.raryl!our.efree. Ifile.lr.d. l9alaaBalalalalllalalalalalWsiabaaaW m ti..m Sua uimr KttSIHilia aR15ifi ''iwuu'iairf pnirari rrwvi m uuwx muririii:ini.iniiiii! UttlX AU Jt linilll K .13 '.vn,:i -"-- nv IZ Oa jij """" ..(UllltHi.fftfrt ""Dll V . CANDY CATHARTIC ' " A"'"-) .WOWiurui3. IIjI HVj 5 B3WllrL IT twiwi The Iarrnh and Carti trees, which grow abundantly in Australia, make the best wooden pavement yet discov-- I ered. It has been laid down in Lon don and some ether English cities, and Chicago has an experimental section which i" alretdy pionounced completely successful, It is durable land noiseless, wears nuottb, is not ' slippery in any weathtr, nnd the wood seems altogether to be the ideal paving material which municipalities the world over have so long been in search ol. Some of our territory ought to be suitable to the growth of these trees, which nre of great abundance In Australia, and if so means should be taken to introduce their cultivation here. There Is a locul lor unlimited 'quanitles of the product which will not decrease till our cities and towns stop growing, and that time is et a long way off I No. 22: a 12 25 p. m. Mail Local Freight No. 291 a 3 25 p. m. II. Merrick, Agt, 1 l 'amiflS, .ILL hit .,;jiT-- f?II. .n1 , ?r('llr-,liwi- ttiMiiiitniili - 40 PWUII Ual PHVIIWn ..n ..j, tore feet, separate them fiotu the rest of the fl ck. The trouble may not be contagious, tut If it is you will hae taken pre per precaution, nnd will be none the won e off Henderson route Louisville, Henderson and St. Louis Railway Company Time Card effective May 30, 1897. EAST HOUND No, 42 46 44 7:56am 8:55pm Lv. St Louis Kvansville 6:50am 2:20pm 2:45am Hendeibon 7:150m 2:46pm 3:10am Spottsville 7.38am 3:07pm 2:28am Oweusboro 8:iSam 3:44am 4:00am Hawesvllle 9:17am 440pm 4:50am Cloverpoit 9:45am 5:03pm 5:10am Irvlngton 10:45am 6:03pm 5:57111 ArLouisville 12 35pm 7 45pm 7:30am WEST HOUND No. 41 43 45 I.v.Loulsville 7:30.1m 4:50pm 8:23pm 6:09pm 9:30am Brandenbuig 8:51am Irvington 9:15am 6:43pm 9:52am Stepheuport 9:51am 7:20pm 10:21am Clovrtport tomaui 7:39pm 10:26pm Hawesvllle 10:35am 8:04pm 10:58pm Owensboro 11:35am 905pm 11 :48pm Spottsville 12:17pm 9'47pm 12:23pm 10.10pm 12:45pm Henderson 12:40 Evansvllle 1:15pm 10:40pm 2:45pm 7.20pm Ar St. Louis 7:32pm , All trains run thiough tolld to ' and Pullman Sleepers on all trains between St Louis, Evansvllle and Louisville. No. 41 and 41 connects ot Irvlngton for Fordsville and. urg Evansvllle. Through Parlor Cars daily evc-p- t Sunday, riflimm-ni-iTititi-Bi- "" '..,2"J Tiiir'' inftsiP-jfi?,' H tiam.fr.i.-- i rurfx fO Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, N0V1JMB1JR 5, 1897. tlow he catches square on both ac counts: Of floo on Fox Stroot. Wnl ry frlilii) nl llnrlfnnl, Hy ...Editor. JA3. A. ANDERSON Subscription, $1.25 por yoar Ibitercd nt the post-offint Hnrtford na second class mall matter. ce THE ELECTION. conuty ofiicinls is now over in Ohio county for four years, nnd tlio pcoplo by their ballots huvo snid who they want for their public servants. Thepcoplo's choice always rules whether right or wrong, and in this insthnco no have 110 special kick to mnko although wc Wuuld have been glad to have teen Esqr. Mr. Park elected County Judge. Miller, who was elected is n Populist and was the only ono on the ticket who camo anyway near winning. Tlio election for "Dkpartkd Urey Woodson has come nnd gone. Several months ago jc arrived fresh from Owcnsboro on a special train to take charge of the Dispatch. Ills hyperlon curls floated in the breeze as he walked into the Dispatch office, with an autograph letter from W. J. Bryan in his inside pocket nnd the light ot genius shining in his eye. I lelt sure that there was trouble with the Dispatch's when they sent for Dr. Wood-sin. iiii.ph f . ' n great educational interest In the county. The trustees office is a very important one, hence it is more that they become more tin So every union with the people. teacher should make It his or her duty to have their entire trustee board in this organization, which will be held 011 Friday night just as tha Institute winds up All the people in the vicinity ol Hartf rd arc especially Invited to attend the Institute during this term. Ui. ,;v.ra-v.- Ti- P. A. Gary Com. I The flection of Mr. Miller is quite a for iho Democratic party inasmuch as they wanted to elect all their men nnd did not care so much about the Populists, but it seems that Mr. Miller had his foot on their necks bo hard that they did not get out to a set-ba- ck vote. The ticket elected good men who will is composed of work to tho best drrnt Mimic Oiler. Send us the names and addresses of three or more performers on the piano trations. or organ together with ten cents in silver or postage and we will mail Hkjjry George, nominee of the you ten pieces full sheet music, conJeflersonian Democracy for Mayor of sisting of popular songs, waltzes, New York City, died last Friday marches, etc., arranged for the piano while in the midst of the most remark-abl- e at.d organ. Address: municipal contest ever waged in PorotAR Music Pun. Co , t Indianapolis, Ind. the Metropolist of this country, He died lull nightly with his harness on l'rofcrauie his back. The marked feature of his life was his strong personality. He Of Colored Teachers' Institute, Wednesday morning, October was the central figuro around which '17, 1S97 at the colored Baptist Church thousands of devoted followers gathin Haytl. They had implicit confidence ered. Wednesday morniug, 10 a. m. Call in their chief, and he was worthy of to order by County Supeiintendent. it. His suddenly taking awny by tho Devotional Exercises by Rev. G. Almighty Providence reminds us that W. Drane. in the midst of life wo are in the Welcome address Anthony Walker Devotion to princi midst of death. Response Prcf S. M. Taylor. pie and heroic effort to uphold and Election of Recording Secretary, promulgate tho same will not and can and appointment ot Committees, etc. not ward oil tho grim monster. The 11:45 Adjournment for noon. Wednesday afternoon, 1:30 Open-in- g great, tho small, the rich, the poor; exercises and roll call. stout bauds and strong hands await Place nor 1:45 Phychology and teaching alike tho inevitable hour. station cannot delay tho day of fate. Prof. R D. Newton. Discussion. 2:30 15 minutes recess. 2:45 Habits to be formed in school business prosperity Evidence of continues to be found in the reduction and bow to form them Mrs. Slaughter, of McHenry, Discussion. of tho number of business failures. 3:30 Opeulng exercises as a means Trade Review reports Uradstreet's of discipline, and control P. A Gary. the number of failures lost week only Discussion. 190, compared with 237 iutho preced4ai5C!ass management Miss Lula ing week, 279 in the corresponding Archie. Discussion. week of last year, 289 in the corre4:45 Querry box and repoit of 340 in sponding week of 1895, nnd ctitic. Adjourn. tho corresponding week of 1893. Wednesday evening 8 o'clock. you one and nil successful adminisI5-S- interest of tho people. There was no hard feelings engeudered among the candidates and very few personalties were engaged in by them. Gentlemen, who were elected, wo bow to you this morning and wish for Whenever impractical politicians start n newspaper they never consider the necessity of having n practical journalist at the helm until it is too late to save the patient. At any rate Woodson arrived, nnd whatever else may be said of him, he certainly did improve the typographical appearance of the Dispatch nnd cut down its expenses. Out the fact that he has packed up 'his and gone back to Owensboro looks a little suspicious. For Urey Is a man of parts. He does not skirnk nt any ordinary task. He is a member of the National Democratic Committee and gets n bullitln from W. J. Bryan every twenty-fou- r hours. He nominated Shackelford for Clerk of the Court of Appeals. He runs two newspapers nt Owensboro.one daily and the other weekly, nnd it would not have been any trouble to him to have managed the Dispatch also. Last Saturday week Mr. Woodson, although he came here in a special car, went back to Daviess county in a day smoker. In the meantime Mr. Enloe is editor and manager of the Dispatch, and what changes the next few weeks may bring forth nobody can tell. There are all sorts of rumors on newspaper row, but I leave it to some less friendly tongue to repeat them." curl-paper- s Z. II. Shultz, County Supt. slnce Saturday remaining nt thltty-fj- vj daily. Yotetdey's death roll was small In c tuparison to what was expected. F.-a-r wa felt that the cold snap would run up the death list to n higher 11 tch than it has teachtd since the fever outbreak. The fact that only six fatalities were reported up to 9 o'clock last night leads phsiclans to believe that the worst is over, and that a decline wilt now sit in. At ten o'clock this morning there had been but four new cases nnd two deaths repotted to the T1ah.1 aI UlMIU Ul ilCtlllll. Cures " Cures talk " In favor of Hood's BaraaparllU, as lor no other medi S01E PEOP UiiiiiiikIImI. President McKinley, in pursuance IMPOVERISHED SILVER STATES. ol n promise made a year ogo,address-c- i Arc Hip Moat Itnphl Accumulator ( the Comraeicial Club at Cincinnati Wealth In I lie World, Mn Malhnll. The Inhabitants of the Pacific states nt their annual dinner Saturday l. night. He came with the distinct un- of America (In which term Mr. In his concluding article on "The derstanding that the whole affair was Progress of the United States" In tho to be strictly outside of politics, and North American Review, Includes Colohis address conformed to that under- rado, Utah, Montana, Idaho nnd Wyostanding. The concluding parr graph ming ns well as California, Nevada, Washington) nrc by far tho Oregon however, entirely appropriate in nd rspldcstand accumulators of wealth In tho dressing n body of business men, world. shows that he bears in mind the In the 20 years preceding the last causes which induced the commercial census they laid up four times as much on earth on did Americans genmen of the country so generally to treasure erally, their annual Increase of riches vote for him. per capita being $150. as ngnlnst $39 As soon as he came into office he for the whole union. Their farms leld called Congress to Igether to provide more than twice ns much grain as the 30 tons more revenue, the immediate need of nrcrnge American farm In the to the farmhand, as against 22 prairie, the hour as he was pledged to do, the 7 In the southern, 8 in the eastern and appointment of a commission to see if 14 In nil tho states. They have their total wealth in 20 years, arrangements for international bimetelapsing since tho allism could be made, ife then urged 17 of those jearathey "crime" (which invented and lain the line of another pledge, the ap- ment) "of 1S73." They were worth pointment ofan commission to consid- Sf27.000.000 In 1870 and $0,811,000,000 er a teform of the currency, and that in 1890. Since that year, as before that year, they he is as mindful of that pledge as of advantage hue enjoyed annually tho shared by none of their felthe others is shown by this conclud- low Americans of taking 5S tons of one ing passage of his Cincinnati address: precious metal (gold) rrnd 1.S00 tons "Finally, if we are entering upon an of the other precious metal (silver) out era ot prosperity, such as iniuy be- of the ground. This yearly product, worth $100,000,000, "eNceeds," accordlieve and alljervently hope, rememing to this authoriative statistician, bering our recent panic and financial "the value of precious metals that any experiences, we should strengthen country has jet produced In the history the weak places in our financial sys- ot mankind." But this wealth Is a mere additional tem and remove it forever from godsend, a .windfall, to people enriched Commercial. nnd doubt." already In the ordinnry Industries of their country. Their precious metal output is little, over a tthlrd of their A fiiirlllMK-Ileagricultural product of $294,000,000 a "I'm going to have a spelling bee year. It Is not very much more than a said Uncle John, "and I'll fourth of their manufacturing output give a pair of skates to tbe boy who of $300,000,000 a year, which quadcan best spell 'man.' " The chil- rupled In tho 20 years betw een 1870 and Mul-halnine-folded e. .ol f?1t. cine. Its great cures recorded In truthful, convincing language, ot grateful men and women, constitute its most effective advertising. Many of theeo cures nro marvelous. They have won tho confidence ot the people; havo given Hood's Barsapa till the largest sslca In tho world, and have made ncccesary for Its manufacture the greatest laboratory on earth. Hood's tMrsapariuau Known uy mo euros 11 mi msde-c- ure ot scrofula, salt rheum and eczoma, cures of rheumatism, neuralgia and weak nerveo, cures ot dyspepsia, liver rrouui cawirru cuivo wuiuu jnuvu Talk THROUGH Tl WOULD Ol' Perpetually lookin; rp. 011101'. JLHO)r are ga . M'llilt 11)11)' 11CVOV COlllO Hood's Sarsaparilla Is U10 best-- In perceive the advantage a ol there is no rare chance They are just good, stra i fact the One True tllood Purifier. HOOd S PIllS euro liver III11 esiy to take, easy to cerate. Sic. KENTUCKY Coos Domocrntlo by 18,000. About Reports from the election in the State show that the State has gone Democratic nnd that Shacklelord is elected Clerk ot the Court ot App:als by a plurality ot about 18,000 The election shows that Hindman's vote did not come up to the expectation nnd that the Populists deserted Parker nnd went to Shackleloid The silver sentiment is still strong in Kentucky and the next legislature will no doubt be strongly for ftee kIN ver. Judge W T. Owen 13 reelected Circuit Judge in this District J I J. Rowe is Commonwealth Attorney by majorities of about 1,000 or more. In almost nil the counties whe e , fusions were made the returns show that fusion will not win. Tftere waa a small vote pallet nil over the State. ehandise, good to buy, g to wear. We shall not. be cause we will not be nude est stock we ever hnndlc. shelves and counters. 1 do the largest business wc We expect to accomplish ic power of low iig tiros. V can't get lower prices e you can't go lower th; lowcs t the are mind you, on as goo fered for sale anywhere, Below we convinced. prices on our large fall ai I AC Good cdico Better calico (no Mioit Icnrth-- ) . ,5c . . . . 5c Dress ginghams A iiron ciuchnm 4C Gjod percale 7Jc I to Hettcr percale Good heavy domestic 5c Good canton flinnel 5c 10c Better canton flinnel . . . 7,'i Yard wide bleach cotton 5c Dig line ol nHlii g cloth . . ()i to 10c Red twilled flannel 15c Gray twilled extra flannel 30c Gray twilled flinnel 20c l'laid flinnel 25c Good bed ticking, hold feathers . t.sc Gocd plaid cottons 4c Better pi tid cottons . . . . 5c to 7JJ ... Good Good ( Mens' rtMtrr Mens' Mens' Mens' Hoys s Boys i Boys : Mens' Boys Good Hettcr Ladies I2c Opening exercise. tho country will 8:30 School expositors Miss Duval. probably be interested in tho fact Discussion. boy?" that tho August (1897) importations 9. Physiology Mark Acton, Dis "Why," said Jo, "I thought the of wool under tho new protective tarcusston Thursday morning. 8.30. Devo- girls had as much right on the pond iff were but n little moio than half So I spoke to one or Rev. C. W. White. us the boys those of August, 1890, under the free tional exercises twoot the bigger boys, and they trade tariff then in operation, nnd Singing and roll call. thought so, too; and we stopped itiall. Announcements for the day. that the importation of manufactures I thought it was mean to treat girls 9. Primary grammar and composi1897, were less of wool in August, There was a flash from that way." tlrnu one sixth those of August, 1896, tion Miss Hattle Fields. Discussion. Uncle John's pocket. The next min10. Recess of 15 minutes. in value. 10:15. Writing Miss Mary Brown. ute the skates were on Jo's knee. "The spelling match Is over," said The deficit of tho second month ol Discussion. Arithmetic Prof. S. M. Uncle John, "and Jo has won the tho Dingley law was over threo mil10:45. prize." Three bewildered faces mutelion dollars, but tho deficit of tho Taylor. Discussion. ly questioned him. "Boys," he ans12,111. Adjournment for dinner. second month of tho Wilson law was Thursday alternoon, 1:30 Opening wered gravely, "we've been spelling Does anybody over $13,000,000. I 'man,' not in letters, but in acts. exercises and roll call. to trade back? want Geography Miss Ida Berry, told you there were different ways, 1:45. and we've proved it here Tin: Democrats set a trap to swal- Discussion. Advanced grammar Prof. P. Think over it. boys, and see." low tho Populist party and J. P. 2:15. A. Gary, Discussion. Miller swallowed them. Dr. J. N. t'nleiiuiii. 3. Reading Miss Lula Archie. The Democrats fused with tho One of the most striking figures in 3:30 Recess ot 15 minutes. Populist to elect their county ticket 3:45. Civil Government Prof. R. the Kentucky pulpit is Dr. Coleman, and got it beat. of Hartford; white haired and with D. Newton. Discussion. Querry box; report of critic. his splendid character shining out of 4:30 Democuaio candidates, we told you and roll call. his big gray eyes, he never fails to uomiualiou was loaded. jour make his commanding presence felt. Adjourn. He has been actively engaged in minThursday evening. We told you not to fuss. isterial work since long before the Call to order by tho Ptesident. Devotional exercises Rev. G. W. late war, and perhaps, has organized Fusion won't work. and dedicated more Baptist churches Drane. members of the Georgia than any other Reading Miss Select Miirerir. l'rco ori'linriie church. He has presided at hunout and take It to jour Walker Cut this Address Prof. C. M. Crowe, of dred?, yea, thousands, of fliptist driugist and get n sample bottle frte meetings and nsscciatious, nnd has, Hartford College. New Discovery, for Con of Dr. King's Friday morning. 8:30. Opening ex- it is believed, solemnized more marsumption. Coughs and Colds. They riages than any ol the pieachers now do not ask you to buy before trj log ercise::, Devotional exercise Rev. G. W. holding pastorates in the Purchase or This will show you the great merit-o- f Pennyrile On the sunny side of a this tiuly wondeilul remedy, and White. hhowjou what can be accomplished 9. Physiology end Hygiene Mrs. century of activity and indefatigable labor for the master he is as enthusiby the regular Ue bat'e This Is r.o Slaughter. astic and energetic ns in the first days 10. 15 minutes recess. experiment, nnd would be disastious He is an able HistLrj ?rol. S. M.Taylor. of his first charge. proprietors, did they not know to the 10:15. educator and n speaker ol wide promit would invariably nue. Many of Discussion, 11. Spelling Miss Hattle Fields. inence, and has trained many young the b"st physicians are now using it minds in the way they should go In their practice with great results, Discussion. The beloved "patritrch nl the nptht most severe 12. m. Adjournment for dinner. and are reiving on it in Church" is a familiar figure at 'all ol cases. It is guaranteeJ. Trial bot1:30 Keissemble. Opening exerthe associatio .s and county meetings, Williams Drug Store. cises; singing and toll call. tles tree at J II. 8 Opeulng. Devotional exercises and can euter Into the nerve wearing Jinn, mil o'Milllt 111 on campaigning of the field and revival, conducted ly Rev G. W. Drane. O'Sullivan, the tditor of the This hour is to be devoted to the with asmuch zett as any of the yi u g Louisville Critic .would have fun with organization of a fiustees meeting to er "prelates of peace." Louisville his grandmother if he needed to do so meet at different times and pla:ts Post. lor spanking t j get even with throughout the county for the purhim. lUtfit beaten for national pose of arousing an educational interrrnxl KI1II11K committeeman, cud was then laid out New Orleans, Nov 3. A light frost est in the county and devise plans for in his ambition to be editor of the the betterment ol tht colored schools. tell in N v Orleans last night, but Louisville free silver daily. litre is All colored trustees nnd friends to ed what ciTctit will have on thcfevir ucation in the county nrc requested will not be determined lor a day r 1 be present nt this meeting and astwo )et. It Is n sauce ol gratifica LUHta niuiit Ml usi lno. sist in making it a grand Miccess tion to the Pond of Health officUla UJ In TwimCJuuI. I'mH Coiuli J Ml rn licit In time.Wfup. This is something new in this county that the situation has tcuiained at a HoldbrdruwliU tnd If carried nut ntljit will create standstill, the rectrd of new cises The farmers of dren turned and stared into one another's ees. "Best spell 'man,' Uncle John? Why, theieare only one way!" the cried. "There areall sorts "I of ways," replied Uncle John. leave you think of it a while " And he buttoned up his coat and went away. Time went slowly to the puzzled It boys for all their fun that day. seemed as if that alter supper time would neve r come; but it came at last and Uncle John came, too, with a peeping out ol shiny skate-runnhis great coat pocket. Uncle John He sat down and did not delay. looked straight into Harry's eyes. "Been a good boy to doy, Hal?" "Yes no," said Hany, flushing. "I did something Aunt Mag told me not to dot because Ned Barnes dared me to. I can't bear a boy to dare me. What's that to do with spelling man?' " he added half to himself. But Uncle John turned to Bob "Had a good day, my boy?" "Havn't had fun enough," answered Bob stoutly. "It's all Jo's fault, We boys wanted the pond to too. ourselves for one day; and we made up our minds that, when the girls But Jo, came, we'd clear them off. he "I think this is Jo's to tell," inter"How was it, rupted Uncle John. er 1S90. These are the "whole states" whom n temperate and discreet "blmetalllst" English authority on American affairs, Mr. Morcton Frew en, saw "goaded Into fury by the lash of poverty which the gold standard laid on their ragged backs. These are tho people to whoifi In 15 yenrs we, the rest of the country, tho $30 aterago wealth people, the 14 ton averaged grain people, paid for silver worth $232,000,000. These arc the states which, one and all (tave California nnd Oregon) threatened armed revolution because their slstr states refused to take the whole of one of their leRS Important products nt two prlw and told them to go to the regular market with their silver as well as their lumber and their grain. These are the people who hate made a national Issue and are now maklngnn international wrangle of tho question, not as to whether this single one of their Industries should be suppressed, or even suspended, but ns to whether they should receive a profit of 100 or 400 per cent, on Its product. It Is with 110 feeling ot anger or scarcely of Irritation that the rest of us we $19 Americans contemplate the collected proof of the thoroughness with vthlch we hae been "done" by theeo $150 Americans, who have been crying all the time that we were citing them up with the Interest on gold clause mortgagiw. Nay, It is with a more than national, It Is with n fandly pride. A pride which a thrifty Yankee father feels In being bested In ahorse trade by his offspring, that we contemplate this magnificent record of baniboolcment. And when we realize the further fact that these brethren of ours, by plying threats of our repudiation of our foreign debts, hne cozened the old lady of Threadneedle street Into an offer to take, some $.13,000,000 of their wares off their bunds, we fall prostrate In reverence before their argent shrine of St. Jlunko. N. Y. Press. Tho Tito Mwrnctn. $150,-000,0- I'rvrliiiiiniloii, TlinnaRltmic Washington, Oct. 29. President McKinley today issued his first Thanksgiving Day proclamation, as follows: &vffi3 OASTOnXA. t- - TIIJIII. tin TIT .... 15 ... t. 11 l)n .Niiiirr values as I do in one measure of weights 4nd In one of length. Tlie double standard seems to me to Involve a dishonest Intent. If wc ore to huve two kinds of money of different values, then somebody is going1 to be overreached or defrauded In every business truwnctlon. The debtor will nlwajs pay In the cheaper kind of money, no matter which kind he may promise to pay In when he contracts his debt. Tho purchaser of good or land or other kinds of property will naturally tender In payment money of the lower standard of value and not of thchJghcrstondurd. -i- :. V. Smnlley. Uncle Dnui'a Silver C'orncrlu. They sny we haven't done anything for silver. I tell oil one thing, the government baa kept the silver dollar worth ono dollar. And another thing. Uncle Sam has n corncrlb eight feet wide, ten feet high and 1,250 feet long, nnd It Is crowded and filled o tlio top with sliver. There Is stays, becuuse the people don't want It, nnd won't tnke It. Hon, Italic M. Shaw. Or ml Conntrr. This Is The United St a tee treasury lost about $1,000,000 a day during the month of August by the decline In the value of the silver stored In Its vaults. 'In remembrance of God's goodness to us duiing the past j car, which has been so abundant, 'let usofler unto him our thanksgiving and pay our vows unto the most high." "Under his watchful providence industry has prospered, the conditions of labor have been improved, there-war- ds ol tbe husbandman have been increased, and the comforts of our homes multiplied. His mighty hand has preserved peace and protected the nation. Kejpect fir la-- and order has been strengthened, love for free institutions cherished, nnd all sections of our beloved country brought into closer hjmuls of fraternal regard and generous co operation. "Por these great Lentiits it is our duty to prnise the Lord 111 a spirit of humility and gratitude, an to olTjr up to him our unst earnest supplications. That we may acknowledge our obligation as a people to him who has so graciously gi anted us the blessings ol free government and material prosperity, I, William McKinley, President ot the United States, do hereby designate nnd npart Thursday, the 25th d ty of November, for National Thanksgiving and prayer, which all the people nre invited to observe with appropriate religious services in their lespective places of worship On this day of tejoicing nnd domestic reunion let our prayers to the giver of every good nnd p:rfcct gift for the continuance of his love and favor to us, that our hearts may be filled with charity nnd good will, and thatwemavbe everyway worthy ot his beneficent concern. "In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. "Done at the city of Washington, this, 29th day of October, in the jear of our Lord one thousand nnd fight hundred nnd ninety seven, nnd of the" Independence ol the United States the I one bundled nnd twenty-seconKind of .Montr. Tito I believe as firmly in ono measnro of William McKinmiy, 1 " Childi Childi Child) Ladie.1 Jeans Bitt;r Jeans Old Ky. Je.ius Tabic cil cloth to 10c Ladies u 20c 25c 20c $1 00 Gcnlduckcoit Good overalls 50c to 75c Nice flinnel akirts 75c Good jeans pants 90c Good pair blankets 65c Gold ladies shoes, rivitcd foot . $t 00 Good childiens shoes 6 to 8 . . .65c Ladies 11 Mens 1; Mens' 11 We could quote you close prices 011 took, hut will ask you to como and wo will cheapest linn of goods over shown 111 a Ohio cou We want your Eggs ai J -- "3TOiai,s pEL FOG-- for L 1 st LARGEST NORMAL SCHO mOUSrtTA,CriCR'sCltNTiriCAJ1DCU5SICC0URJtS, MJ:Jr? &ZXo,t, yA'CtyyfiM&&t BULBS, "" " CATALOGUE PLANTS, (Jaialogcie for FR Asinq to ci'iii; a I'tu.'it i o.vi: hay Tnke Laxative Bromo Qtiiniue Tab. lects. All Druggists rtlund the ruon 6 6 tuo. ey if it fails to Cure. 25c. llulbs for Fall Planting out ot d Bulbs for Winter blooming in tho I'Intita for blooming during tho W I'lauts for decorating Seeds for Pall sowing out of door Seeds for Winter sowing in tho lio Send us lOo to pay postage and package Selected Bulbs, or Six packages of Select' packages (nil dillerent) Swcot Peas, or all She f AJSSeT; 0., HSNR? FIELD & S HAVE OPENED THEIR giljjjjimiUm jii'uiiiiiuiiuiuii hr lr, Job, Too Ilia "And still they tell us." says the Macon Telegraph, "that the teat of a democrat Is hU ability to believe- that with silver at 40 cents in the dollar this government enn take nil tlio silver of the world and hold it up to gold at the ratio of sixteen to one, Such an Insanity will damn any party In the world U A .they will (.tick to It long enough." Tii roil iit 1UIU N 'jFo gtxx3L 1 OASTOXUA. lnaryrnTawrnyrnHri G&tfflZ&fa III! ITITT VltMM. - A fine new OMMUUrt will meet nil day trains ut Jleaer Dam. All order promptly attended to. guarantees a comtor'.a' J rll. comer Mailret ami Union Striutt, UartfoW, At-1- " . Fro jdol Beavev ID An elgi Leave ti rn iriitr ieH, Im - rj" 7lrmiifth!sfarittl J JI"- -' J- - - ..-- i - Hertford Republican. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER THnASHINO 5, 1897. Oliver (lttcnllnii Iciith nuil KcnlncUy. The farmers of Ohio, Iowa and Kentucky will Le called upon 1I1U fnll to rote ngnln upon t lie silver ipiovtloo, the mine old question which they voted on Ip OLD STRAW. Aunln In Ohio, last fall, and which they no doubt thought nt that time they uervrcttllng once, for nil. The sllverl I eg arc reviving this Issue lu t lie hope of gaining for ibelr pnrty nn Impetus thlsyrnr which ivlll enable It to carry tbecongrctilomil elections In 1S0S nnd to secure the presidency In 100O. There Is nothing new In tho question as It Is now prciented. It was fully discussed last jenr. but nil tho old arguments will he brought to the front once mors. It will be well for the farming class nnd the other voters of thexc states to pttidy the question afresh nnd ask the of silver can do us or our Interests. They will be told first that times are still hnrd In the country nnd thut tho cause of tli cm Is the want of sufllclcnt money thnt more money i what l needed for general prosperity. But the education of the Insi campaign ought to hare made every man of them understand clearly thnt the coinage of more legal tender Mlver dollar will not Increase the circulating medium of the country, for the reason that the history of the world shows clearly thntwhcnevcrnnntlon lin attempted to politicians what good the free coinage te o( our nations from a very early age, You may sometimes get on the blind side of older people, but rarely ol n little child. They go right through the fllmsy)dlsgulsc ol sophistry and worldly politeness, nnd come dovvu to the plain bare facts, A little child has been promised the next time grandpa comes he should go home with him, The next time ctnte but the promise was not lulfill-eso the little child immediately re. minded him ol it. "You don't think grandpa would tell a lie?'' B3ked the old gentleman, sadly concerned. "I don't know," answered the child, "what does grandpa cnll it?" A mother had promised n cake to her little boy when she returned home one day, but being absent for several 1 d, make use of two kinds of money, differing In Intrinsic or commercial ralue. the result has alwnjs been thnt the better kind of money disappeared from circulation, leaving the poorer kind to occupy the field. If It Is provided by l.ivv tlint 412.S grains of silver shall be coined free without limit nnd form a legal tender dollar, and that of that weight of gold Is also a legal tender dollar, then If the epccificil amount of slher Is worth less than the specified nmount of gold. In the measurement of gold, nil gold money nt once disappears from circulation. Immediately after the pasage of 6Uch a law this country would lose about $500,000,000 of gold from the channels of trnde. It would take several jean, running the mints nt their fullest capacity, to coin enough Ellver to make up for this loss of gold money. In the meantime there would be all the evils of a heavy contraction of the currency. Mortgages and other debts, would be forced to payment, and the inrmers would find In the general tightness of the money market the demand for their products would decrease anil prices fall off. There will be a great deal of the old talk about the blessings of bimetallism this year. .Vow. the fact Is that the United States Is already the greatest bimetallic country In the world except Trance. That Is tosny. while maintaining the gold standard of values, we use jis money In this country mure silver than Is ueil In any olherclvlllrcd conn-t- rj In the world except Trance. The Filter men do not want bimetallism. Their scheme does not look to that end. Thej demand cheaper Kind of money than gold Mnmlaril money. This the expect to secure by forcing this country down to silver basis, so iv c shall be not ti bimetallic nation, but n monometallic nation, using silver ns our onlj metallic monrj. This Is the condition of Mexico nnd It Is held up to n by the sllvci men as the ideal situation. Sound Money. Will- - Colli llua Xlrjulcr. Ono of the silver orpins nsks heartless goldbugs should rejoice when silver declines. Is not silver one of our pioducts. It nsks, nnd Is not our national wealth reduced when sliver goes down'.' If silver were treat id as the commodity which It Is, nnd there were not n sliong politlcnl In order to give cflort to upset It, or try to give It, u llctltloiis value, every gold stundnrd man would be its sorry to we its prlLe decline below the profit point as he Is to see lion or wheat decline below the profit point. Hut as the silvcrltes are trying to force silver into monetary use nt n value far above Its real w 01 th, or to upset nil prices nnd scale down ail ohllgutlons, and bring about n commercial chaos, they must excuse tho gold standard men for rejoicing in every Incident that makes those injurious purposes more dlfilcuit of accomplishment, nnd the continued decline of silver docs that. Tho cost of producing silver ba been declining, and so far as the decline In its telling price Is nsponsive to this it is not disastrous to the miner nnd is highly favorable to all jwrsons who have occasion to use silver In the arts, and to this extent the decline is a public benefit. X. Y. Journal of Commerce. 11 11 flVlll Mlver Itenoli thr A.li llnrrcir PI 'fl I ,l W '"if "''mV ?i ' $w?Wi" hours she had iorgottcn it. The little boy had been watching long nt the window for her, but not so great as his nmrzement nt his mother lor breaking her word "Forgot" was a word uhosemcaninglic did not know. ( Mother went quickly out and brought I 4; the cake, but still the trouble lingered in his mind, and he was heard sayingaoftly tohimself, "Motheron-l- y forgot." He could not bear to I Have your think she hnd told a lie I children equally sensitive with re Kverfbody Saji So, gard to your truthfulness. Cnscnrcts Candy Cathartic, th mot wonOne, almost trembles to hear the derful inedlcHl discovery of tho ape, picas-ataste, act gently scores of promises which thoughtless and and refreshing to the liver nnd bowels, positively on kidneys, cle&nslnt the cntlro system, dispel colds, mothers make, with no thought oi euro nr.TiRcnc, nnimuivi consupauon ever lulfllling them. Hut children and biliousness. icver, Pleaso buy and tryn box , very soon learn to value them at what of U. C. C. to euro 10, ull fto cents. Hold and by guaranteed druggisti, they are worth: nnd who can estimate the consequences to their moral souls TheOniiKlilpr ol n Itctnliilliinur .Soldi IT. of this early lesson in falsehood. Miss Mary Cooley, is a daughter of ITubttJ and Whltkov n soldier of the American Revolution. cured at homo without pain. Book of She is Si years old, nnd lives in a suFIIEB. HM.WOOI.LKY.M.D. burb oi Springfield, Mass. Her fathAtlanta, u a. OffiCO 104 N. ITjor 8b er was 87 j ear old when she was born Be sure that the next iarm hand her mother being his third wile. Miss you hire is n good plowman; many Cooley has never been off the street sper d their lives on a farm without in the village Ahere she lives but knowing how to plow properly, with once In 27 years. She lives alone due knowledge what is needed in since the death of her brother eight the ground for the certain crop years go, but kind neighbors see whrch is to be planted there. The she is not in want. She won't have plow is the key to the storehouse of the cracks in her wall plastered up, as "plaster ain't any benefit when the riches of the soil. you count health, though that don't Each fowl should have about a hurt ve like naoer. I wouldn't have coop to square yard of room in the piperon my wall, it's pizen." She keep health. It is a good plan to build up the foundation a foot or so get much good to eat these days; the and fill into that depth with gravel, meat is all embalmed, and I won't nnd the same should be around the hev it. The flour you buy may be outside. This insures dryness, which 'dulteratcd and pizened." Years ago is more essential than we sometimes she was told starch was not good for think. her and she stopped eating potatoes. She has never ridden on the steam cars, nor the trollery that runs into !l ilmlli tiry tlfSi'.BIl TlllfSJ. her village, but her friends have won her consent to do so it she lives till The people are generally educated next summer. She won't go to an on the subject of newspapers. They, I old ladies' home to be taken care of, or at least many cf them, seem to ' being sucpicious ol "modern improvethink a newspaper is public ptoperty. ments." That they should not be required to pay fo. a paper vv for using its space. Now, friends, papers and space are the source ol newspaper's income. It may look like small thing to take one paper or occupy a few lines of P. 0. AUSTIN, M'g'r., space in a newspaper without com531 west Markot Street Bo so much pensation, yet that is just Form that loss to the publisher. twoen5th and 6th, source he gets his living. Almost daily friends drop in and siy: "Give me a paper," and we do f R. L BAKER it it wc have one on hand. Almost AND Clerks: every issue we are asked to give space T. O BAKER. to boom cxcuiMons, socials, dinners, etc., for money making purposes and ONE OF TWO WAYS. we do it. For many entertainments and oft-- , we give space and write-upThe bladder was ceated for one en we do not receivea single ' conin" purpose, namely, a receptacle tor the or so much bs "thauk jcu." Is this urine, and as such it is not liable to right? If they ninke money out of any form ol dise.iff except by one of im the f p?ce so used should they not di- two waj s The olfust way is from The the kidneys. perfect action vide with the tievv.vpaper? second way is from careless local With fqual propriety you could ask treatment of other diseases. the fanner to give you his stock or chief CAUsn. Unhealthy urine from unhealthy produce, the merchant his goods, the the chief cause of bladder professional man his services or the kidnejsis So the womb, like the troubles. laborer his work bladder, was created for one purpose, The publisher is not unmindful of and if not doctored too much is not his dtitj to the public and he contrib- liable to weakness or disease, except back of is utes as liberally as any of his fellow in rare cases. It thesituated thete-forhladder, and very close to citizens for all public interests and it any pain, disease or inconven is not righ1; that lie should he deptivs ience manifested in thekidnejs back is oiten bladder or uiinarj ed of his stock 111 trade without ntir'buUd to Think on these things by uiistaVe, womb liouble olfciuK sotff wiakre'sol when dealing with a newspaper. The is eaMlv nipde hurt To fi I e n eiMiy nvoulnl may A woman i..iy ntciau- - a lieu the out comctl) , set your mine HMdwill that she does-i'- t inir.rl earning tAetitv lour h ui: a Mdi'mnt - ' her own living, hut lit lur ftel ill, tlim liKMc.ili-- s ki in- v nr and she is just as anxious to be cod- lift b f 'I In- ii'i'd n 'h dled and made-- much t ns the veiiest ilniHr- F c (i l)r Ki u Root nud l Ik (.reit l.i'l home body that ever lived. li rcn iz der ninuh Rvwznni neid n ineiticifii ji ii lion'tl h e t filH r At dun vi-best . -fit-ti- ng Our Nunc flnniirr. When the Democratic puty got into inner in this State the Sinking Fund was overflowing with money which the Democratic patty imnicdl-ntel- y proceeded to spend. In order to get a better chance, ns the Constitution piotcctcd the Slaking Fund while Uete was nny debt, it was determinThere ed to pay oil the State debt wis ibottt twice as much in the Sink-I- t g l'ui.d, in cash nud cash assets, ns w,h necessary to pay off the debt, but the Democratic financiers us d fit and then began to make n new debt. When the Republicans got into power there was a new fuuled debt and an empty Treasury and a good deal over $1,000,000 ol floating debt, which the Republicans had to care for, and which they immediately began to enre lor, like honest men, having the honor o! the State at heart, by levying a tax, not to pay or help to pay expenses, but to pay oil this debt. The increased tax was limited in duration to the time necessary to pay the debt, nnd people who grumble because they are paying 52 cents instead ol must blame the Democratic extravagance and waste that-nud-e the debt, the increase is intended to pay. Commercial. Llko biliousness, dyspepsia, headacho. constipation, sour stomach, Indigestion aro promptly cured by Hood's Tills. They do their work Liver Ills II III lioneral Ulroctory. flTATR Ol'I'ICIAt.S. EgSrrasia&gggissg Governor William O. Huuiloy. V. J. Worth-iiigtuLieut, Governor SuerctnrynfStnto Attorney General Atiilitur Chnrlca Finloy. jt easily and thoroughly. ipfe Best after dinner pills. W& K cents. All druggists. tS W Prepared by 0. I. Hood St Co., Lowell, Mass Tho only rill to take with Hood's Barstparlit 1. Hood's6 W. 8. 'i'uylor. Sniiiiiol II. Stone. Trinstirer Geo. V. Long. Coniiiiisainncr ol Ailcnllur", IIor tiutilturo mid Statistics Lucas Monro. Hup rintotidciil Public lnstruction-Gc- o M. gPlll CASra Arct!c(nblc Prcparallon Tor SEE THAT THE FAC-SIMILE It is always best to unit for the evidence bcloie passing judgment When you heir reports detrimental to young Indict or gentleman, don't be It is hasty in forming conclusions, better to be charitable when any one is in trouble. To ihy it is somebody else's boy or girl, to morrow it niny bi yours, Trouble comes to us nil. and we should be willing to extend the same charity we should expect distorts nnd from others. Gossip magnifies occurrences thnt It ive no foundation iu fact, and injustice is ol ten done innocent patties. For the luvenlle Holiday and Stands ard Subscription Books, by the W. B. Conkey Company, the largest publishers and manufacturers ol banks in the United States. Finest line of new holida) and other subscription Alto agents booVs on the nnrkit wanted lor "The Silver Side," the on the sillatest nud best text-boover question by the greatest silver leaders Exclusive territory. Latest commissions Prices below competition. Write nt once lor circulars and special terms, stating your choice of territory. W. B. Conkey Company, 341. 343. 347. 349. 351 Dearborn Street, Chicago, Ills, k Upgietor Laud Oflice Uhns. 0. Iti'viiold. Insurance) Bureau Commissioiier-- I) V, Comingore. It Collier. Adjutant General-- D. Slate Librarian Mrs. Mnry Brown Day. ItAlMtOAI) COMMISStoNKKS. Davison. SIGNATURE ling tlic Slonuich-- i nndl)nvcls of Fromoto3T)ivcsllon,Clicotrul-ncssantlRcsl.Conlal- ns nclllux LjcsrTJZJj&M. r "V 7?.s,izzr IS ON THE OF EVERY OF Jut) G. Wood, clmirnnui; J. P. Dctnpjey, H. S. Irwin. Secretnry Samuel P. Brown. CON'OKES'IOXA!.. Not Uauc otic. Kmrtofoun-s.txiTLrnzKzn Optum.Morphine norlfincral. Seuntora Hon. William say, Hon. W. J. Dcboe. C. Lind- Stti' .ilx.Svvwf yim AmHim WRAPPER BOTTJ-i-E Representative Fourth Hon. D. H. Smith. . District Jif7wmtt IIMrjn JllartanSU IKtmSui- flmfl m 8TATK MXIISLATUItn. OF ArciiIh Ylnnltil Senator llcprcKcntativo C. M. Burnett. Hon. A, D. Jamea. Ohio County Hon. AncrfccHlcmcdy forConsIlrvi OHIO COUNTY. ClltCUIT COUKT. rtoii.SotirSlotmch.Dinrrlwca, orms,Convitlsions.tcxrisiv tic3s mid Loss of Sleep. TacSimllo Si'tjnnlurc of ASTORIA nt nn In AB..stf. tlflttlM Aalf. II allow SDjost to toll iyoa anything els oa tts pita or promts thai It 8 1. "Intt .. vmvI" and "vlll ansvsr arsrT vir- Bc I pose." tlat jou got .tfirtt ! Hon W. T. Owen, Judge Owens- boro. Hon J. Edwin Howe, Attorney Ovvensboro. T. II. Block, Jailer -- Hiirtfonl. O. B. Likens, Clerk Hurtlonl. B. D. Biugo, Master Commissioner NEW YORK. Kj jggli'spj KXACT COP tt-T-H. li sol soli la balk. Ion't Tlttss- OF WRAPPER. Harttonl. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. Cnl. P. Kcown, SlicrilT-Hnftf- oril. Deputies Sumuel Keovvn Hartford Joe Roberts, Fordsvillc; Tlios. R. Bishop, Ccntcrtown; S. T. Stevens, Cromwell. ' Kills af "UZaAtt&&X6l - , , yTr ? S&A .Jz. - TIU1II. J"' Ull Court convcueB firnt Monday in March and August nnd continues thrco weeks, and third Monday in May nnd November two weeks For Infants and Children. COUNTY COl'ItT. eplemfeer 3?k2sfS8SS John P Morton, Judge Htirtlord. 1). M. Hocker, Clerk Hartlonl. inr E. P. Ncal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. thjjm. Court convenes first Monday in each month. It n Subscribe for The Republican ail(l keep up with the times. THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE I.ung Troubles and Consumption can be cured. An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Makes a Free Offer to our Readers. Monday in January, April, July ami October. Begins on tho IJUAIirEULY COUIIT. third i84i. For more llinu fifty mx years it tins never failed in itA weekly visits to the luuucflof fnrttiera nnd vilhtuern tlirotiuht tho United States. COUIIT OK CLAIMS. Convenes first Monday in January, OASTOXIIA. m&c 11 AUSTIN HOTEL Louisville, Ky. s The distinguished New York Chemist, T. A, Slocutu, dcmontratiug his discovery of a reliable nnd nbsolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Tuberculosis)ind all bronchial, throat, lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and conditions of wnsting away, will send THREE FREE BOTTLES (.ill diflerent) of his New Discovery to any afflicted reader of The Rkpoiiucan writing for them. His "New .Scientific Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by its timely use, and he considers it a simple professional duty to suffering humanity to donate a trial ol his infallible cure. Science daily develops new wonders, and this great chemist, patiently experimenting for years, has results as beneficnl to hutinui-tis can be claimed "jy any modern genius His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in any climate is pioven by "heartfelt letters of gratitude,"fild inliisAmer lean and Europein laboratories in thousands from those cured in all pro-duce- d IT HAS fnitlilully labored fur their prosperity nnd happincra, lor tho improvement of their business and homo interests, (or education, for tho OTIir.K COUNTY OFFICERS. ckvutioti ot American maiihoud and truo womnnhood. G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur Springs. IT HAS told nt the fireside, interesting nml iuetructlvo stories ol the doings N. (J. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. of the world, the nation nnd stntcs. Z. H. Sliultz, School Supt. HartIT HAS ndviftil tlio Inrincr ns to the most approval methods of cultivating ford. nnd harvesting his crop, ami tho proper time to convert them into the L. W. Huut, Coroner Sulphur e 'largest nmount of money. bpnngs. Poorhouse IT HAS led in nil matters pertaining to tho welfare of larmcrs and villagers, C. It. Campbell, Keeper, Hartford. nnd turcvur half a century has held their confidence and esteem. JU3TICKV ('Ol)ltTfl Wo hirni.h THE REPUBLICAN aud NEW YORK WEEKLY ft, June 1, SepA. S.Aui.LMurcii TRIBUNE, both papers tember J, Doceinber 1. JontB. Wilson March 0, Juno 5, September 4. December . V2, Mar,ch C. L. WooinvAiii) 2.3CL -a- .c3-"T7"-2LC Juno 11, September 10, December 10 Address nil orders to the Jas. A. Bowi.iu March 20. Ji ne 19. September 18, December 18. B. F. Giiaves March 25. June 20, September 23,, December, 24 DE3:a,27tlOrc3L, DBLy. Write your name and nddress on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Ifca Room 2, Tribune fluildinj:, New York City, and sample copy olTIIR NEW YORK WKHKLY TRIBUNE will be mnilcd to you. pi-ib)- and Tuesday after the iu October secDiid Monday $1.25 ONE YEAR HALtTFOLU) REPUBLICAN, ?3 Do you want any I Applj Into the nostrils. It quickly absorbed. 60 cents at DrncrfsU or bj mall ; er.mnlen 10c br mall. KLY DUOIllEltS, M Wrrea SL, New York Cltj. lSLY'S CREAM HALM 111 PRINTING? "vo m.o.tttiocure. rj H'youdo, in that line. Letter Heads, Bill Heads, cciv'c your orders Medical axperts concede that bronchial, chest and lung troubles lead to pirts of the, world. e al Consumption, which, uninterrupted, means speedy and ceartain death. Simply wiite to T A Slocum, M. C , 98 Pine street, New York, giving S1.50. postotlice and express address, and the free medicine will be promptly tblni sent. Su deters should instant udvan-tac- c Wanted-- An cf eoru Idea VT.o em iliopla thing tuptDtr of lus generous proposition. rrotect your 1dut thr may lirtog you wcaltb. Please tell the Doctor that you saw Wftublnjtton, U. C.for ttaflr $i,fluu prito ulXer dcj.lUt of two bi'ndrea fuTentloui his offer in the Rkhuumcan dU naaicl The Republican and the Courier-Journfor one year for forar.y tiling Wc print Note Heads, Statements, Circulars, Dodgers, ire ready to rc- - Business Cards, Viidting Cards, Wedding Invitations, Prescription Blanks, Horse Bills, lack Bills. In lact everything that you vnnt printed. All work first-clas- s and $Z,DOD.OO AWAY, It Is now tbo custom of advertisers to srreqst thousands ot dollars Mtcb Wo pcropoM to sir yew on sWw cord, posters and signs on this monoy t Uro peopra, and propose to rIto wt, absolutely (reo and TWO THOUSAND DOLLAJW, la 89 Prizes, as follows: 1 Prixa,, 1 al lowest prices. for esti males. Write or call' BIT -- - -- - THS MPSM IN i'mi ts ron Mlwr Milieu (I it mil In i;ucl.-inil- , Mr. IMvwird Atkinson, who lit In London, thick that tlircc-foiirtl- is of nil tlio Fiber mines In the world, icel.oncil by producing power, arc owned in that Jt) Sliver Is n large Ilritlsh Intercut, nnd free eoinaire lu tiie United States In natuully much desired by this Interest. I'lirunt Silver. Dollar wheat neems to have knocked nil knowledge of the silver question out of the platform of the Nebraska rcpub- llcnni. Silver im't mentioned. JJttlZ-TZHTI- cf an tna pain andtleknessfrom which i wen or well these But when healthy a bottle and )iiiiii et. ''th m-- ' ' mail Meiiti'ii the- - i'akiihi-hihI nud vdur Kilm-- r & Co . Uiny I Y m mm hiv ' '' 1 8 6 8 N SO rnn. ' .', a Missouri Farm Beautiful Roeeivooil Upright t'iano " Columbia nicyclo Caaii Gold Prizes of 20.00caeh " " 10.00 each M 6.00 each " " 3.C0 each HERE ARE THE PRIZES. " ll.OtW 60 TOO 00 100 00 60 00 SO 40 M 60 09 (f Our Clubbing Rates. Tho Republican and tho Louisville Commercial. .. wemen Y Th" i 'i rii'tort. r.ull guarantee ti kr f tuffer Is caused by weakness derangement In the organs of VIA niK our Wnril Willi Vim r ihll- ilriu. We cannot estimate ton highly the impottuiiM of keeping fiitli with the children. When oticed tlut is destroy- ed, the cornerstone ol our influence is U'ei nwny. It will tint be strange if the, who'e structuie should crumble rjiui'l us, overwhelming ua with trouble ami unavailing us with sor- Clin-than U.ip H. ..- -. Nearly always whun a woman Is not organs are affected. they are strong and woman Is very seldom menstruation. Illinois (Jen T- tf K Tit TENXK.V OKNTLN. 53,000 00 80 . Total We will give to the person forming tho greatest number of words eut of tho Utters In tho word SENNAUETS, tho first pilzo, a Mrwouri Farm, tarued at tt, 000.00, consisting of 80 acres of good land, f reo and clear of any enonmbranco, and perloct tltlo. To tho person forming tho nest greatest number, we will giro a boautlful Rosewood Upright Piano, Taluod at 9700.00, nnd to tho person forming tho no.it greatest number, a Columbia Bicycle, valued at 8100.00, and to tho next 83 largest llst, wo will giro cash gold prizos, as noted abore, nnklntr a total of 80 prizes, which will we glrea awajs and jou can get ono of them If you will try. MUSIC COHl'ANr, 111 OHvo Write to tho TIIIEBES-STIEHLTStroot, St. Louis, Mo,, for Illustrated doscrlptlvo catalogpo ot tho Piano to away, or hare your city friend call ou them for you. bo givon .$1.25 1.50 1.75 1.25 j. " " anil ami Semi-Week- ly Courier-Journal..- .. Soml-Weekl- y Glol)oDcmocrat.... " " 81185! nml Now York Tribiuio ami Louisvillo Daily Post 2.75 - tick. - , n H'"t") - - W H, rr And Intnn.itf" VT It is relnWd that (the Karl of had promised that his little son rhouhl be prctcntnt the demolition ot a wall about his usUte, but through accident it was pulled down in his abTor sdrk In cikj recpilrlnr tUl directions, (iMresi. living symptoms. sence. His lorshipfelt the importance Hit "Ladlo Advisory Depsrtmsnt," Th Chitunoogt ttcdlclno Co., CUtU- of his word being kept sacred, so he aoogi.Tcnn. or cred the wall to Lc rebuilt, that his .on might be present, when it was TH05. J.COOPER, Tupelo, Mill., mvit ' "My itstir (utlered from very Irregular a ' In demolished.ashehad promised, anil painful Bienitruatlon and doctors It u s tic t that the child might be could not rtllevo her. Wlna ol CirJul n I itlretf curb! tier and alio htbed mi I i ted, but th it hia faith in his lit LI swifter Inrojgh tho Change ol Life," r word might not be shaken. Those little open eyes take sharp iksji fa-l- Is nature's provision for the regu-litlof the menstrual function. It cures all " femaU troubles." It U equally effeetlve for the girl in her teuns, the young wife with domestic and maternal cares, and the woman approaching the period known as the " Champ of Life." Thay all need It. They are all beneiilted by It. beold limits, inciudi" ihii.y. goi'd tu r 7, mill ii'C.ud in Of liv thi' Iillif I o.id nt ir it". Mi' in ' Ah lif ol For the nbovt- - urc-i- ' ttllluir.ii lla ; Tluitstlav) t- tnl' f. - " , jour iimrtt filteni davs. 1;- i i' to which ol llienlnv In . Kmlrr ad st.il.on in v nection with the IlliuoiCnitinl Khil road, c ill on r address vil,r neafcst absolutely FHEB. Oct down yonr dictionary and go to work, It will bo found ptatMM and Instructlre, .nnd erery father and mothor sbonld enootirajra thilr by and girls to enter this contest. Tlioro will bo no favorites, tho parson nl ing In tho largoj.t correct list will rocolve tho rowards no mattar wtso ihty are or whero thoy live. Yonr llvt should b mado up at onco, as this offer nay not bo taaet again, and tho enntaat will eloso Narvrnhnr 36, 1607, wwl tbo bsubm at tit itofc, successful contestants will bo published in th St. Louis rost-Bfr- f In making up your list tiso nothing but English worda. Words spcllod alike bat having a different meaning can bo used but eneo. Uss any dictionary. Anything that Is a legltlmato word Will bo allowed. Work ft oat In tills way, senna, an, set, sat, oat. Uto thco words In jenr list. We offer thoso rewards In order to Introdueo fif.K.MARKTS, , the fcost Candy Cathortlo In the world, for tho baby, child, boy, girl. moikM-- Mfeor, grandma and grandpa. Thoy nil llko them, thy are Jmt nko esvosly, Ak grandma what ssnna Is, slro can tell yon, and will hall with doiigbt tho ooa-In- s of SKNNA In tho form that It is now lntrodncod. Horo is a chance for tho school girl, tho school bay, th teaeker. Us young and tho old. to obtain a Farm, Piano, Blcyolo and (3U0.00 1 GoU, I 25 DIRECTIONS. ANDY CAIUABTIC ro( XQM cur& mmmmjr Ml k7aku- - WSSSlilstSSSls..s la. minimi ii 50 ABSOLUTRfi? flIIAHABTERD !? n" 7rMiiptio. i ., ne ana loositi rrte. mi.iii.imi iu:jii nr 10.. Cb K i. "Btii ri il mn utk I J ifl H Mi TFisWi DHUGCI5TS t uttnt i tin ids si Ssm. rtca. noutrril. Can.. orKsn Turk, aii.t ili-'- ALL uu SSSSSSIMi Murli Icii'm railioad 'lirkel Aprnt Wm Murray, Div Pass Agent Jno New Oilcans JVs A '5cott, f)fv Meiii his, C'llln-V A A. II II NSON, V A KRI.UND, A a v a , Iuisvlilt', la tlM Ask your Dmpirlst for a box of SRNMATtKTS, 98 caut box you will find a HlKSIf AllKT word hnlhllnir rontmrt cari. Bond Utfe canl with your list of words. No lint conshlorrd without It. Box of 8ENKARETS with fnll particulars wll bo mairad yo oa tkaan. receipt of 03 ccnti In Bllror or Pontage, if your Umggiat does not k Hut and Try n Box of 8KJIN ARRTff, tho ficst Candr Caftartto to ttte warM, gut ono of tho Tblrtymlue Prizes. Too can do ft If you wtll ary try. Bud Address ull letters to the COLUMBIA CHEMICAL COMPANY, 1301 aad 1909 Chemical Building, St. Louis, Mo., U. E. A. OOMDITJONS. ts. The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, FevcrSores, Tetter, Chapped iienliniitn or Indleti to Hnuds, Chilblains, Corns, nnd all fivpl 'nr ilWI!iri1 f"!1 nnft1 cures hru'c in Ktntucky, Monthly $65.00 Skin Eruptions, nnd positively Is Piles, or no pay required. It ' M ion on. iv i Ko. wi guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Kilo(d sell addressed utine nv-'cpor money refunded. Pike as cents 'hii jui' c rhe Uomlulon per box. For sale by Williams & 'oinpdny, I'vpt, W. Chicago, 6 8t Beir. ij'i yr, WANTED-TRUST.WORTHYAN- Irnlrit hHlve. JLJL.