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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1897 hao1897111201 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. yflTUCDT There word H of incaniiip Is no ho (till nncl fc about which such tender and holy recollections cluster us thnt of " MoriiBtt" she who watched over our helpless infancy nnd guided our first tottering step. Yet the life of every Expectant Mother is beset with danger and all effort should be made to avoid it. so assists nature The IT WASMURDER Morton Clark Kills Robert Butler at Rockport Yes- Haetdbd Republican, i i A"T.ss (UllV y .. &. Jani .X..J.U.J., P'fillf square. M. L. T AW OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH I, CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, ' IIAIIT 1(1111 f. 11 . Will piuistid' lilapniiinniiii inOliio and adjoining i:ouiituH, uiid court of Anneals, tipccml iitteiitk.ii given t" collections. Oilicurast side ol'puHit Mother's tnms VOL. X. the HARTFORD, KY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 189T. I received In reply n letdispleased ter full of reproches nnd tears, and among other things she said: 'You might grow to be ns big as Ooliah, ns strong ns Samson, ns wise ns Solo-- , monj you might hccoinc rtilt r ol n nation or emperor of many nations, and the world might revere you and fear you, but to your devoted mother y"oH would always appear, in memoiy. in No. 16. Hkavhin. HEAVRIri & Sin j.hy TAYton. rieiid dread, suffering or gloomy bodings, to the hour when she experiences the joy of Motherhood. It use insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child, and she is found stronger after than before in short, it "makes confinement Childbirth natural( and easy," as so many have said. Don't be persuaded to use anything but fore- Mother is enabled to look without Expectant for-wa- rd TOBACCO ACTIVE. Good Salos at Satisfactory Prlcos at this Markot. The last rains have put tobacco on the move nnd n considerable qiinntity of the weed is now being delivered at All the houses which this marktt. bought on contract arc receiving. The your innocent, unpretentious, unself auction sales have opened up with in Clark's conceieted, unpampered babyhood. some spirit, aud the tobacco business Sand Placed In those days when I washed and will be lively here until the close of dre'sscd nnd kissed nnd worshiped Dinner Caused the the season next July, the usual month Nowadays you, you were my Idol. Young Man's for the season's close. However, it is you are becoming part of a gross predicted by many that the present '"My wlfo suffered more In ten mln-ut- e Death. world by contact with it, and I cannot n with cither of her other two delivery season will close much earbow down to you and worshp you, her than she did altogether with lier, as the tobacco to be Iplaced on l.i3t, having previously nieil four bot- Crushed His Skull With a but if there are manhood nnd materthe market is far below the average It Is a nf 'Mother1 Friend.' tles nal love transmitted to you, you will Messing to any one expecting to Doslc Soat In a Suddon ctop, hence will not require ns long understand that the highest complia NOTllElt," nays n customer. to market it, provided the conditions Henderson Ialk, (Jarinl, Illinois. and Torrlblo Rago. ment that mother love can pay you is are favorable in the earjy part oi the to call you 'my dear boy.' ' season. The fanners are anxious to Of Ilruirglitaat 1 Oo.or sent hy mall on receipt fJI.AIlll U'AK AUIIICTEI ANI IXJAII. of jirlce. Write fur took conulnlniritlraonll place their crops on the market, as AMERICAN BEAUTY. and TaluaWoinforimtloii fur all Mothers, tree. Women ol they need the money it will bring. The DtmlBcM nrnoUlcrro.,lllU,U. Robert Butler, of Kordsvllle, was America have a The dealers are anxious to get hold Wbo can think Icilled nt Koctcport yesterd ty nfternoon type of beauty of the tobacco and are keeping a close of torn. simple Wanted-- An Idea tblogtot'ateDtf n lellow workman peculiar to your MMt tbT Jot Alt or. ProttJflllN WLDmimiUIlNrntyA rng Patentwraith. by Morton Clark, themselves The watch on every unsold load which Writ- 0. Supply com bey. Waabloftton, I). l.fur tbrlr fl.rUi prlia offer in the Western Union & climate, h.ibits, comes to the city, nil ol which is eagwauCctl. bU Mat ut two liuiulraj taTcntloti pauy's factory. and social pecu- erly gobbled up at private sale if poss Yesterday morning some of the fe have sible. Those dealers who ore in thf liarities, MERCHANTS 'fknAi workmen opened Clark's lunch baskcombined to uiarket this season are anxious to get produce n type m et and sprinkled white sand over a "lc can "uluclt ol womanhood !"" l,,e loua" glass of jelly. At dinner Clark quite distinct buyers are making an early and vig- I J thought the sand was sugar and did The pi ices from the women of other countries, orous rush for the weed. p not find out the difference until he felt It has become almost nnd everyday at both public and private sales are the sand in his teeth. Then he be- occurrence for the nobility and ro-much better than last year, being ill i M liTli nmi.. ... came aniens and effered a dollar to blood of Kurope to cross the water in nearly duubled. Some very ordinary llLffl i Ml anybody who would give him the search of an American beat, fnr the grades are bringing $5, $6 and $8. name oi the joker. No one told him United States has become famous At public sale only two loads of trash who did it and he soon cooled off and throughout the world. The Ameri have sold as low ns 50c, nnd that was k affected to jcgarditasa pretty good A Book for Young ant! Old can beauty is a peculiar product of of such inferior quality that it would joke alter all. this country She has. however, one hardly have been given away a year rf About 4 o clock Butler brougnt up formidable enemy, not only to her ago. Trash tobacco which sold the VECURE OUR the subject and laughed at Clark. health as well. That enemy is in- - two past seasons at 25 and 50 cents NERVOUS RECORD f The latter got up and picked up the digenous to the climate and soil of me going this season from$r to $1 50. Est! I378 BLOOD peat oi a school desk and held it over the United States. It is called Ca- - j At public auction the following sales SKINQ. Butler's head In a thieatening man- tarrh. Almost every woman has it have been made since October 27V last 250,000 ner. The latter did not think he was DISEASED PRIVATE in mild or severe forms. Our climate damp spell prior to the present one: in earnest and consequently made no unavoidible. It W. H, Bailey . . . $6 25 $4 50 $1 00 I makes it MEN DISEASES movement to protect himself or get is 1 00 S 25 3 50 natural enemy the C. Crow the only CURED out of the way. The other workmen American womm has. Not only is Martha Scheidigger 4 00 2 30 1 00 Slid that Clark was smiling, but all 4 15 2 00 I 00 the United States the home of catarrh, David Wood at once a horrible change came over but it is also the home of the now J. L,. Miller . . . 50 50 CURED his face and his eyes flashed wicked5 55 4 00 I 00 J. A. Brooks s catarrh remedy, Hiiro toii tinned ly. Then he brought the piece of YOUNG MAN acainst naturo The medical profession has at B.J. Head. . . . 3 00 200 100 when ignorant of llio lerrlbls crlrao you plank down on Butler's bead with 3 59 1 50 1 00 woro enmmltlinr. Il I Tou only consider last succeeded In devising n remedy W. H. Crow tho fascinating allurements of this otll tcrriCc force, crushing his skull. Thos. Henderson . 2 10 l.nl.ltv U'liKn l(ui l.to to avoid the ter. 50 universal disease. for the well-nigriblo results, wtro tout cyca opened to Butler fell to the floor insensible and Dr. Hartman, the original com J. B. Brown " . . 4 00 3 65 rour pcrilf llkl you hler on in man. when he was picked up the blood Iiood contract nny i'Ul ATI; or 111.00 I) has a recent J. A. E'jtcs . . . . 6 00 4 65 pounder of Pe disease! WcrejoueurcdT Doyounow gushed from his mouth, nose and book on chronic catarrh which he J. A. Ustes . . . . 6 00 4 65 mid tlicn tcs Homo nUtralnn syuiptunuT Hare you marry in your mrscni ear?. He was carried to his boardYon know. "I.IKI. 1 ATHUIt. will send free to any address for a Wade Daniels . . 3 00 I so 1 00 I.1K1'. SON." If married, nro you coning house and two doctors were sum J. F Ralph s 7 3 00 I 00 stantly III Inc In dread I. marriage a short time. Addres The failure with vo u on accDitnt of any weakmoned. They at once announced M'f'g Co , Columbus, O. J. L Newman . . 5 90 4 00 1 25 ness caused by early nbnso or lator ex cesses? Ilaio you been urugsea Mini that he was beyond all help and said C 10 6 10 G. D.Keifner mercury? This lookict will point out tn Ask your druggist for a free Pe-ryou the result, of these rrinri nnd joint that he could not live through the na Almanac for 1898. S. II 'Gristow 4 00 3 60 1 so out haw our NUW .MirrilUlt ... night. He died this morning at 4:5 will positively euro you. It . 4 80 4 8a 1 50 W. R. Hay d shows how hiis licenUsaved ly Poll IliiokiNlulrii o'clock, without ever having regained Ijrovei dour NhV TIIKATJI1JNT. ... The highest price paid far any tofor West Crofton The poll books now wo ran m; aiiw cr. H".'!1. consciousness ANY CUKAIII.K OA8K tilt NO PAY. before the elec- bacco this seasson, at public auction, Wo treat nnd onnKMIbXlJlNS. Butler was 19 years old, aud was were stolen the night was on Thursday to G. D. Kelfner VAiiiriH'nr.i:, syimiii.is. m.uijt. people had to vote the KriiiPTillii:. TMI'HTIINTCY. Hi:. the son of Thomas Butler, a black- tion nnd the for a load of leaf and lugs which was DIIA1K8. IINNATlHlAL IMK. fltirr The rilAK01'.KIl)NUYand ULADDEK smith, who at one time lived at next day on sample ballots. not up to medium in length and its disease. books were stolen from a store whers but now lives at Fords-villWhitesville, color was dark. The fljures paid night before CURES GUARANTEED Butler's family is a good one, they had been left the As to who the thief were $6 10 for both leal and lugs, ins "Thfi Warn of Bin" sent fnwtr and he was related to many promi- for safe keeping. enrlotinCfosUmn. CONSULTATION but dicating a, very healty advance in the V VltliK. If unable to rail, writ for nent people in Brcckeniidge county. is, it seems that no one knows, 1IOMH ilnlll'UTIllV HI.A.fK for '."."..-"he onglit to be market, compared with last year and may, kuatmek As soon ns he had struck the fatal be he who he Messenger. The man the year before. DRH. blo-Clark left the place and went to sent to the penitentiary. men who would nttemp to 1 the home ol a friend in the country. or set of Noiuelliiiicr 10 Know. of their right to vote It may be worth something to He expected lobe notified ol Bullet's rob the people l n. ruunin ointui, suffer the heavT. know that the very best medicine for CIHCINNATI.O. death as soon as itoccured, so that he ought to be made to inflicted by restoring the tired out nervous sysmight leave the country, but the of- iest penalty that can be people. The right to ex- tem to n healty vigor is Electric Bit-ficers were beforehand with him. As an outraged ercise the elective franchise is ope of ters. This medicine is purely vegetasoon as the young man had breathed been ble, acts by giving tone to the nerve his last they went alter Clark with n the greatest rights that have confened upon a people, and nny centers in the stomach, gently stimuiswarrent which hail already been that lates the Liver nnd Kidneys, and aids sued charging him with murder. He thing that would interfere with right in any way should be resented these organs in throwing oQ impurig was found about daylight this morn-inand was arrested and placed in and punished with a severity that ties In the blood. Electric Bitters would be a terror to all who would improves the appetite, aids digestion jail. right. anil is pronounced by tnose who have people of Rcckport look on the attempt to Interfere with that The Hustler. tried it as the very best blood purifier k.lling as a wanton murder, and the nnd nerve- - tonic. Try it. Sold for general opinion is that Clark will get lloliHclinlil Joil. a life sentence. He is 32 yejrs old 50c or $1.00 per bottle nt J. H. WillThe ancient Greeks believed that iams Drug Store, and unmarried. He is not generally atthe Penates were the gods who liked, as his bad temper made most rro til em lu Finance. tended to the welfare nnd prosperity people afraid of him. Butler was a "A bauker sauntering home for his of the family. Thev were worshipped jolly, pleasant fellow, and was very ns household gods in every home. dinner sav.- a $10 bill on the curbstone popular. His friends have been nocourse he plckul it up and took The household god of to day is Dr. Of tified nnd the remains will be shipped King's New DUcovery. For con- the numbers In order to find the ownloquiicr. fur burial. to Fordsvllle sumption, coughs, colds nnd for all er. While nt home his wile remarked affections of throat, Chest and Lungs that the butcher had rent in a bill for A Mollirr'is ArKiimrM. "The most regretted act of ray it is invaluable. It has been tiled for meat am&unlln,' toio. The only savs n lieutenant commander of n quarter of a century nnd is guaran- mouey he had with him was the bill M ill f&ya lile," the navy, "was n Ittter I wrote to my teed to cure, or money returned. No he had found, which he gave to her mother when abo lit 17 years tfage. household should be without this and she pjid the butcher. Tne butchShe always addressed her Utters to good nngel, It Is pleasant to take er paid it to a farmer for a call and I felt at that and a safe and sure remedy lor old and the farmer paid it to the merchant, me as 'my dear boy.' time I wes n man, or very near it.nnd' young, Free trial bottles at J H. who In turn paid it to the washwomISJUSTASCOODFORADULTt). wrote saying that her constant nd Williams Drug Store. Regular size an and se, owing the banker a note WARRANTED. PRICE OO eta. dressing me as n 'boy' made me leel of ten dollars, went to the bank and 50c nnd $1 000 10, 1!M, terday. MOTHErTSJRIEND olill-Ira- be-co- ra-.imLi- ti-- lTri2? nm m fii?:"" iwiBtmz J nl ( well-nig- . 250,000 world-laraou- a. ... ... ... ru-n- a, paid her note. The banker recognlz cd the bill ns the one he found, nnd which up to that time had settled $50 On a more careful examiof debts. nation ho found thnt the bill was Whether in the form of pill powder counterfeit. Now what had been lost or liquid, the doctor's prescription for In this transaction, if any, nnd by blood diseases is always the same mercury or potash. These drugs bottle who?" up tho poison and dry it up in the system, but they also dry up the marrow Nillool Iti'iiorl. In the bones at the same time. The following is the report ol the The suppleness and elasticity of the Hickory Grove school after a rigid Iolnts give way to a stiffness, the pains of rheumatism. The form examination held nt the close of the gradually bends, the bones ache, while decrepitude ana helplessness premafitst term Nov. 5, 1897: possession of the body, and Mude Bewley 90, Jessie Bollng 95, turely take a it is but short step to a pair of Alma Petty 90, Fannie Bewley 99, crutches. Then comes falling of Eva Gentry 96, Alma Gentry 80, Eflle the hair and decay of the bones, a condition truly horrible. Winsatt 96, Lena Brown 90, Tina Contagious Blood ttPOTASH Powers 70, Verna Petty 80, Lula Loyfolson the curse WERCUM of mankind is the Winal 70, Clarence Gentry 92, Allie most horrible of all satt 96, Carl Petty 96. Bertha Petty diseases, and has baffled the 95, Perla Coppage 95, Lula Petty 99, doctors. Their poAra Gentry 65, Bessie Powers 99, tash and mercury Ethel Sandusky 70, Ethel Maddox 98, bottleupthe poison, Tula Coppage 75. Dora Maddox 85, WsfSfjalaSfl but it always breaks forth again attackMamie Hale 70, John Turnham 97, ing some delicate Mack Bean 96, James Tumhaut 97. organ, frequently and the mouth Wesley Carmickle 72, Jarred Loyal throat, filling them 74, Wilbur Hale 74, Homer Bollng I with eating sores. S.S.S., is the only 80, Elbert Btown 90. Calvin Loyalgo, known cure for this Chester Kennison 77, Lester Phillips disease. It is guar71, Finis Harrisou 73, Abble Harrison anteed purely vege 66, Moses Coppage 96, Mary Boatd table, and one thousand dollars reward is to the contrary. It offered for proof 95, Joe Lojnl 82, Atthur Wcsterfield never fails to cure Contagious Blood 61, Winnie Westerficld 83, Mattie Poison, Scrofula, Eczema, Rheumatism, any Westerfield 65, Inez Coppage 66, Wil- Cancer, or you other disease of the have a blood disease, blood. If lis Board 75, Willie Hale 66, Karl take a remedy which will not injure you. Beware of mercury; don't do violence Bean 90, Jesse Maddox 96, Charlie your system. Don't get bottled up I Candor 75, Roscoe Bewley 80. Walter to Our b o o k s sent free to any address. EveGalloway 80, Arnold Brown 70, Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. rett Phillips 70, Hiram Powers 71, Archie Harrison 80, Alva Dennis 65, A ROMANTIC TINGE. Andrew Brown 63. Sissie Coppage Galloway 95, Frank Tabor 96, Lizzie Saniord Sandusky 80, Lonnie San- Tho Lovo That Is Kindled In dusky 65. Abbie Willett 94, Allie Childhood's Happy Whitler 77. Viola Board 75, ly Bean Days. Westerfield 84, Joe Hale 77, Theodore 92. May Whlttler 77, Kate Petty 93, That love will find a way is illusHerbert Graham 94, Myrtle Dennis 80, Eva Farmer 77, Lonnie Williams trated in the marriage of Jerome John88, Oscar Brown 80, Jennie Willett son and Mrs Susan Batlow, which Bessie Bewley 66, Luther Loyd So, occured in this city Saturday night, Melvln Westerfield 83, Arnold Phils says the Evansville Courier. lips 70, Bessie Graham 77, Jefierson The bride and groom loved each 67, Clarence Williams 85, Emett Wilother when they, werechildren. They lett 70. Guy Midkifl 77, Jesse Copattended school at Central City, Ky, page 65, Andrew Barnett 73, Lee and at recess and after school it was Loyd 71, their custom to take quite walks Ira Pettv, Prin. through the shady boughs and talk of The MtllftOricnliUntloli. "The Mules" is the old name of a the future, which to them was full of Bottled Up! KitorneysatLaw HARTFORD, KY lAUM, Attorney at Ljiw jIi:avi:k Dam, Ky. Perry Wnsterlielti Attorney at Law, 11 AKTFOKI), K.Y. It. R. WEDDING" counties. Will practice hie profession in all tho courts of Ohio and adjoining Also Notary Public. Office, iu Commercial Hotel. Attohney Will practice his profession In nil tli courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a busiuess entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. HARTFORD, KY. at Law, OvMMI HARTFORD, KY. Will practice bis profession iu tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining coun ties. Special attention given to col lections. Office in CourthouEe. :. at Attorney DEL SPECIAL (Cannly Attorney) ISTJESJTLm. JC&w, Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. attention given to making abstracts, Ac. also Notary Public for Ohio County. Oflico North side of public square. JNO. B. WILSON, Hautfokd, Ky. Will practice his profession in all U10 Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. Attorney at aw H. K LEESIMMEBMAN, Attorney at Law, Hhrtford, Ky., Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted Office in Republican lo his care. J.B. VICKEBS, building THEAT-MKN- T thnu-an- ... .... ... ... e. - -- -- Kennedys Kergan . strange organization which exists in the mountains of Kentucky and the Most people have heard Virginias. little and know less of the rules governing the members of this clan or of A tew the cause of its formation. years since, when thieving of all kinds had become an every night occurrence in those conuties, where the mules now "graze," several ol the good citizens who had suffered at the bands of the marauders met and banded themselves together for the purpose of ferreting but evety crime and aiding the officers in bringing the iugN Many is the thief, tives to justice. firebug aud midnight assassin who has felt the power of this boby of The "catch "criminal catchers." 'im"ofthe "Mules" is an alarm as readily responded to as the 'Hey Rube" of the ttaveling showman, Some persons have thought the band one of a faction in the uiountains,like the "Red Strings" or "Blue Jays," but the members have entirely different mission. They claim to assist the officers and to work with in suppressing crime and running down offenders against the Commonwealth. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. ztWassr Rev. J. W. Tabor, bet inry T Firs-ileh- GAI.ATIA, ILLS., Hot. Paris. Medicine Co., HI. Ixiut., Mo. (00 botu.a of (ientleuiem We solil lut loar, nilOVK'tf TAHTKI.KKS Cllirj, TONIO aiM liato bouulit thr.o nrosa already this year. In nil uur experience of It years, In ttio druii biiMnoiu. bare saver sold an article llmlKi o sucb uulvora.il Youra truly, a your Tonic AIINLV.CMIH A CO. Tutor. pastor of the Jamestown Methodist Church, died last Saturday morning at 6 o'clock with pneumonia. Mr. Tabor had been in charge of the Jamestown circuit only a lew weeks, having been there by the recent Conference, which met The remains passed in September. through this place late Saturday evening enroute to Ohio county for burial. A wife survives him. W. J. esseiasiasa s.n. s.s ... , .. ....saissaseseiaseieseias.iasssasaiesesaseiessiasasaseiassiassisssiaisisssisn Williams & Hell LMaciti FOrtA sW 3sbbw PHONOGRAPHY, g gik Hff PLEASE iff a promise. When the young lovers left school they were engaged to be married. The young lady moved into another State and finally located in Evans ville. That was eight years ago. She apparently forgot the young man to whom she had plighted her love in the old Kentucky home, aud shortly after coming to this city married another. When Johnson received the intelligence that his sweetheart bad mars ried his heart was broken, but he dtd not despair. He went to work, determining to live for the love which had been. He secured a position with the old Ohio Valley railroad. He is at present brakemnu on the Central. Years passed and Johnson still remained single. He did not forget the days of his earlier life and lived on the memories of the past. He conld not forget his early love, strive as hard as he might. In his dreams he saw might. Iu his dreams he saw the face of the fair one wuoin he had determined to love when a mere boy. He is now 30 years old. Mrs. Barlow's husband died about a year ago and was buried here. Shortly afttr her husband's death, Mrs. Barlow received a letter from Johnson, whom she bad not seen since nhe was a rosy cheeked, blushing girl, happy, contented without a care. In her be reavement the letter brought consolation and cheer to her, and like a dream the past all came back to her. She answered the letter and soon received another. A coiresponder.ee sprang up between the lovjr Johnson proposed and was accepted. He came on to this city to claim his bride. y. Johnson arrived in Evansville He sought the home of Mrs. Barlow. She met him at the door, An embrace followed and with her head resting ou the head ol the man she loved aud her hand in his she promised to love him as she had loved no one else. For nn hour they lived the past over again. In their imagination they saw the old school building in Kentucky, nnd iu their fancy they were walking arm In arm in their favorite places as of years Sat-uida- HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice in all the Courts of Ohio aud adjoining counties. Special attention given to collections. OfBco with County Attoruey. Attorney at law ARMISTEAD JONES, Louisville Dental Co., f &4 : 4W.rt1.st. OWENSBORO, KY. Gold Crowns $5 to $7 Porcelain Crowns 3 to 5 Best set of teeth (no better made no matter how much you pay) . $3 Gold fillings $1 up Silver filling . . . 75c Extracting, pet tooth 25c Painless extracting with Vitalized Air 50c Extracting free when Artificial Teeth are ordered. Office permanently located. lllcjclc.aold Watch, uiamond in Klnir, or a Scholarshl w- -v llraughou'a Practical liuunesa fl II II college, naanviuc, or icnn., or - Tcxarkaua, Tex., a acnoi' arshlpin most any other reputable business col lege or literary tchoollu the U. 8. can be secured by dolnga little work ot home for the Youth' Advocate, nn illustrated seiui.roonthly journal. It h elevating In character, moral in tone, aud specially Interesting and profitable to youug people, but read with Interest and profit by people of all ages. Modes and other Interesting matter well illustrated, Satnnle conies sent free. A cents wanted. Addrcsi Youths' Advocate lub. Co., Nashville, Tcuu. (Mcullou this paper, i V fll 1 n O FRED I wm'S $x.oo IN OOLD. r t; Tint: taiim: i. lA v. it. it. KY. nt:.vi:u GOING Local Freight No. No. Mall No. Fast Mall NoK2ot a 7 17 a. in. No 221 a 12 25 p m. Mail Local Freight No. 291 a 3 25 p. m. Fast Mall GOINO ' EAST. 292 a 6 00 a. m. 222 a 1 02 p. m. 202 a 7 25 p. m. WKST. . . II. Mbrrick, Act, Clliiftllnn Telegraphy oowraiaHTip. . HTPVMI m Abm WILBUR R. SMITH, LEXINGTON, KY., Hl HBA Aw xB Atl mm vmmX mmmmmL 1 aHHiB Mm iB BUB AvmmmmL mmmmmw AW V A HH Henderson route Louisville, Henderson and St. Louis Railway Company Time Caid effective Mny 30, 1897. EAST BOUND 4 No. 42 44 ago. 7:56am 8:55pm Lv. St. Louis Evansville 6:50am 2:23pm 2:45am It was decided to marry immediateHenderson 7:15am 2:46pm 3:10am ly. They secured a martlage license Spottsville 7:38am 3:07pm 2:28am in the aud at 9 o'clock were married Owensboro 8:18am 3:44am 4:00am Shetifl's office by Justice fiben C. Hawesvllle 9:17am 4:40pm 4:50am Henderson Gleaner. Poole. Cloverpoit 9:45am 5:03pm 5:10am Irvlugton 10:45am 6:03pm 5:57am AtLouisville 12:35pm 7 45pm 7:30am . For circular of bis f amoua and responsible COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY Hft KL tion, Uooks anil Hoard In fsmllr, about Awarded Medal at World'a Kxpo.ltlon. Itaf.rs to thousands of aradualei In positions, 1'o.t of full llualneaa Coprw, locluJInj TuiJ0. aV iDR mmmmW M m&K Jmm Ktikmm Jmmmu 3 tmf mmmm Jlmmm mmmmmmmr Mmmm irYiBltsi NJfliwIV SmtKjr mmmmmwm mmmmmmmW 3;2tWasr lor Mill OAOTOXTX-A.- Ism WESTBOUND itiry MsTTh. Kentucky Unlrersltr Diploma, under seal, awarded traituates. Literary Course free, If desired. Kut.rnow, Graduates successful NoTitratlou. vovr htiirl rsac. Ml, aadrril in oriisr la aars WILBUR R.SMITH, LEXINGTON, ef K CANDY CATHARTIC Jv Y JvbVniiiBBKm An lka mmmmmMWmmamWmmmmm , iTSJsfMifarr ATT A desirable farm of one hundred acres, situated near Hartford, well watered, a good orcbed, two hundred bearing trees, good bulldings.and In For further pargood community. ticulars call at this office at once, tf 1 -- I niTr m,Mjaur jnwaS, jweitijr.K .TlI aflBBBK viftWiryimni irtw. if ivv. PlUtWrU (WUU, tsassBKBBaBKisai UHUUM yixauihm,-x- f SW7it HQtYL QllllliiW I i ULUUV IMttlV HMIIK UlifUtflfll Mam nil sir I C77 lilVsV- - BBia ;25Ja4Ae!!XvV ""tm-iw- ." .miMlOMl UitUUCMtfUUri natrnffiuiL'tf, sUuaUtMiMutt. WUJMWiUiki , ! i .iiismniin-t--1- - .....n s eisl Dr Armistead's Chill Tonic is a sure cure for chills. J. II. Williams only has n few bottles, so II you want to keep ofT cnllls call for n bottle at ONCE. Price 45 cents a bottle, Don't delay, Nure Chill Cure. No. 41 43 45 7:30am 4150pm 8:23pm Bioiidenbuig 8:51am 6:09pm 9:30am lrvington 9:15am 6:43pm 9:52am Stephtnport 9:51am 7:20pm o:s!m Cloverport lomatu 7:39pm 10:16pm Hawesvllle 10:35.1m 8:04pm 10:58pm Oweusboro 11:35am 9'ospm 11:48pm Snottsville 12:17pm 9:47pm 12:23pm Henderson 12:40 lo.fopm 12:45pm Evansville 1:15pm 10:40pm 2:45I 7.20pm ArSt.Louls 7:32pm All trains run through solid t Lv.LouisvlUe ' and ' j on nil trains between St. Louis, Evonnville ansl Louisville. No, 41 and 42 conuects nt Irvlugton for Foidsvllle and Har- Hvansville. Throuch Pullman Sleepers Pallor Cats dlnsbnrg dally I evc-p- t Sunday. - tH1 '''"' r- - 1 MMftfeM iiianOmlri f1'..1'rt ftffl An "- - 'rf;"py ntr'inst silveiism in cer B'lape. tven under til international agreement, nt d hns leen elected by n long lend. Kentucky Is lost to the Republican?, nn probably will remain lost in 1900. NevYork, however, nnd the entire ci urtty north of Virginia nnd Ken-tucwhich McKinley had in 1896 is sure to go Republican three years hence: Iowa is 11s rigidly Republican as ever, while the drift nwny from Pol ulism nnd Popocracy iu Knansns nnd South Dakota show thnt the N irthwest is likely to furnish n few states to the Republicans in 1600 mark yet. By electing the cntlro county Re- freight over the two lines mentioned which went to Bryan in 1896. Globe Democrat. publican ticket, with tho exception of is fully matched by that of the AtchiCalamity criers thisycar nro keepestablished son system and by ocean shipments II Yon liny nNlimrr NiMtiiiR Mnclilne one, Ohio county has ing nwny from facts nntl figures. doubt the fact that eho knows to fotelgn countries, so on the whole You get an up to date machine, we may fairly congratulate ourselves built on honor to last n life time. Tin: calamity shrieks died awny in which side of her bread w buttered. that prosperity has returned, let us You get it at the lowest possible tlio distance as wheat Honied up to the If tho UcmocrnU find encourage- hope to abide with us for a long time price at which such a machine can be dollar mark again. San Francisco "ChronU sold. ment in tho recent election, by all to come. Sli.VKii still hangs down around means lot them havo it in peace They cle." You will receive careful insttuction tho zero mark. Hero's n good chance need something oncoandawhilo along from a competent teacher nt your Tlir Trtrlir In Niipreiite. Jor calamity howlers to tcream about this line, to cheer their weary way. home. There are only two ways iu which You have a company behind it low prices. trom Europe to the Tun man who buys votes is bad gold shipments worth $50,000,000 and their guaranMany editors and politicians are enough, nnd is ndisgraco to our chris- United States can be avoided in ca'se tee is worth something. balances continuously favornow busy explaining what significance tian chivilization, but tho wretch who of trade You have an ngent right nt your One's return of our seable to us. tho late election had. Tho great un hangs around tho polls for tho sole see after it, and suppy you to undersell us door to curities. The othct is with needles, oil, etc. certainty of politics of lato makes it purpose of selling his vote is an ob- in manufactures The moment that You will never regret it, but will certain that these knowing lellows do ject of greatest contempt. rising discount rates and price of ealike it more and more as the years not know what they are writing or Ik tho counties where a fusion was gles no longer deters European capi- roll by. talking about. m mi had, tho result of the election was dis- tal from retaining our securities, or buying more of them, the buw town Mr. W. Personally, young Mr. Bryan did astrous in the extreme to tho fusion-ist- s. even ol the discharge of the debt to has sold N. Stevens, of near to an his crop of tobacco This fact establishes the truth den It is said that pretty well in Ohio. America falls upon European manuOwensboro firm tor $7 for lenf and of the position assumed by this paper ho charged $200 a speech and exfacture, the interest on its investlugs and $1 for the trash. penses, and he made a dozen speeches before tho election. The people have ments, the rents of its productive endorsed nil that wo have said about inside of four days, so that he is prob THE FUTURE OF SILVER. proprieties.the wages of its workmen. ably feeling tho return of prosperity. fusion. And the moment we enter the field of It Una Ontlli rd It I'aetnlnca na Pnll Money Sletnl. Esqk. J. A. Park, in his race for manufacturing industry, the tatliTis Tin: number of business failures in It must be admitted on all hands that supreme. It reduces the value of imthe future o( silver looks very dark. the last week of October, in the first County Judge, made a manly fight ports and cuts down the American metal price Is now year of McKiuley's adraistration, was both for himself and his party nnd debt to Europe. It lessons the profits The silver dollar Isso low that the cents. in a worth only 43 number of tho his friends and colleges on the ticket 218, while tho average of the European industries nfTected Yet the mines In this country and MexInst week of October during tho four feel paiued that he was defeated. Mr. and increases corresponding profits ico continue their activity. In most ot silver, and the years of Cleveland's administration Park is one of tho best men iu Ohio here, depressing interest abroad, rais- tbem the ore Is galena of lead compenrecent rise In county and if he bad been elected ing it here, and stimulating the de- sates largely the pricefall In the other was 287. for the would havo made a good official. He sire of capital to come here for invest- metal. Indeed there are many mines pays to mine and where Tinrfree silverito theory of Mexi- is unpretentious, economical and ment. It encourages development of ore for it lead alone, so that smelt the whatever the would have managed tho affairs of our mines and establishment ol new Is can prosperity is for a Mexican to obtained for the silver Is clear profit. like he has always man- mills, makes railroading and all oth- Thus there seems to be no probability take $25 in Mexican pesos, every one tho county successfully. er enterprises connected with manu- that there will be a rise In the price of which is as hard for him to get as aged his own aflaiis, of He had some personal enemies iu his facturing more profitable and more silver occasioned by a heavy falling oft in the total production. is a gold dollar for his American who butchered him at cer- attractive to capital. In the commerIn the meantime there appears to be neighbor, and purchaee with them own party in the county, which cial history 01 the world for the next not the slightest probability of nn Inwhich is worth $10 in tain precincts something few vears, the Dingley law is surely crease In price growing out of a larger Alwas the cause of his defeat. use of sliver as money. The states of the American money. destined to play an important part though defeated Esqr. Pork can rest Latin union are so gorged with fhe franc pieces that good authorities sny It That was a magnificent victory assured that his many warm friends Portland Oregonian. is Impossible to force any more into won by Col. R. M. Jolly in the 10th in Ohio county will always remember 1807 nnd lOOO. nbout circulation. In this country-onlDistrict, he being elected him for his manly fight. Senatorial Let-uexamine Tuesday's contest of the silver dollars we have byamujority of 574 in a district in the light of a political pointer for coined can be kept afloat and In lire as Elizabeth, N J., Oct. 19, 1S96. in heretofore strongly Democratic, and Republicanscarrled M si- - money. All the rest are stacked up no Ely Bros., Dear Sirs: Please accept 1900. The ' the treasury and are, therefore, of too over the Hon. D. R.Murthat achusetts, Pennsylvania, Maryland, more use or value than was the bullion my thanks for your tavor in the gift ray, who is supposed to be the silver-it- e Ohio and Iowa, and in the elections from which they were stamped. Not a of a bottle of Cream Balm. Let me "champion" in thatneck'of the forjudges in Kansas and South Da single nation that has abandoned the say I have used it for years and can free coinage of silver shows the least secured majorities in world. disposition to retrace Its steps. thotoughly recommended it for what kota they or l"'c' fourths of the judicial The general consensus of enlightened has admitted it claims, if directions ,are followed. I carried opinion all over the world Is that slher At last Mr. Bryan ,. districts. The Democrats ' 1UU13 uuiyt But he says that times are better. New York, Virginia, Kentucky and has outlived lts usefulness as a full (Rev ) H. W. Hathaway. will to the future be theyaredueto "scanty" and gold Republicans gained money Hiatal' and. subsidiary CoInnge.lt employed only as No clergyman should be without it. Nebraska. The the Klondyke. The being taken from two states Kansas and South Dako is too bulky and cumbersome and of too Cream Balm is kept by all druggists. in 1896, and they uncertain valueto serve the larger needs, foreign scarcity effects directly but Full size 50c. Trial size 10 cents. ta which they lost lost two states New York and Ke- of the world's commerce. To go back to the one article of wheat, and that is We mail it. settlement trade they had last year. silver coin for the as stupid as of abanlist of farm artionly one of a great to ELY BROS , 56 Warren St , N. Y. ntuckywhich balances would be This makes the gains and losses aqual don railroad transportation and return cles which have advanced, and as for A IJrfllt .IIiiiizIiic Feature. as regards the number of states, but to carts and wagons. the Klondyke- gold, four times as The Ladies' Home Journal has se- of course New York and Kentuuky, The silver men would be wise to lay moncyKasbeenexpended in fit much cured what promises to be the great in which the Republicans were de- politics aside and face the facts of the ting ant'' Klondykeis as has been magazine of 1898. It is entitled "The situation. If your bank pays your $100 feated, count for far more in the eleccheck in silver, you cannot get the monVrought in by them. Cabinet Mem Inner Experiences of a toral college than Kansas and South ey to your store or office w Ithout hiring ber's Wife." In s series of letters Dakota, which they have won from a handcart. This kind. of money Is not OUT OF A JOB. fit for the large nnd quick transactions written by the wife of a Cabinet memElection day under the old system ber to her sister at home, are detailed the Democrats. of modern business. It would be n hine On the surface of things this is how drance, not a help, to the tnuking of exof voting, always brought to the heractual experiences in Washington, between the two changes. The world has outgrown It n large number of gentlemen, frankly and freely given. The letters the division stands parties as a result of last Tuesday's and got beyond It, and no clamor of the inwho were very anxious to bo fully to restore It to Its were written without any intention of elections. Now let us see bow the politicians will mail formed before they cast their ballot. publication. They give intimate division stands as regards national old place as "money of ultimate redemption." The silver men. In keeping They did not wish to vote wrong, peeps behind the curtain of high ofissues. The silver question was in- up their agitation, are only kicking open ficial and social life. They are absoand for that reason were always against the solid wall of the world's volved in the elections' in Massachufor conviction. It was noticablo that lutely fearless, they study WashingMaryland, Ohio, combined common sense. setts, Pennsylvania, We shall continue to use slher for men having money to humor whisky ton life under the searchlight as it Iowa, VirRinia, Kentucky, and Nehalf dollars, quarters and dimes, bewith has never been before presented. The to dispenso had more influence Republibraska. On this issue the cause it is the best material for these In fact a President and the highest officials of cans carried every state voting last small coins, but for this purpose we them than any others. dram of whisky has been known to the land, with the most brilliant men Tuesday which they won in 1896 ex- have sliver bullion and silver dollars In sufficient to last for SOO raako a man a firm adherent of a pro- and women of the Capital, are seen cept Kentucky. In that state last the treasury years. The government "ill not again tariff, for tho time being, and in the most familiar way. As these j ear the- - margin f.ir McKinley was so be a purchaser of slher, nnd no other tective a dollar or two has often produced a are all actual experiences the name of narrow that Bryan secured one of its country Is at all likely to enter the withheld. The letters electoral votes. Silver did not enter market ns a buyer. Slher mine ownfree trade shouter out of a mau who the writer is .will doubtless excite much shrewd into the contest in New York, which ers will be foitunate'lf (heir product prior to tho reception of tho dollar or until guessing by readers nnd studdy of in- the Republicans lost, nor in Kansas does not continue to decline which it It reaches the lowest figure at two had serious misgivings ns to ternal evidence to discover the secret. or South Dakota, which the Republi-can- s can be produced ntthe best mines, with whether lrco trado was the proper The "Experiences," which will be gained. Tammany dodged the a small margin of profit. There w ill be thintr. no remonetlzatlon and no International beautifully illustrated, begin in the Chicago platform. The Citizens' agreement to put up the price. Sound Heretofore, boodlers did not object December number and will continue Union was a municipal party strictly, Money. to paying a convert either in money for several months. and made no declaration on any naFarmer So rnollahf la There or whisky because they could watch tional question whatever. The Re mm Miii.NR.s. But him and see if he voted right. The people of this section are very publicans under Tracy discussed naunder the new system of voting, old enthusiastic over the success of the tional issues on the stump, but the things havo been done a wny, and new grand old Republican party in this people of the city were evidently too conditions have taken their places. county, especially are we proud of much concerned in local questions to So gentlemen who were earstwhilo, the election of Nathaniel Moxley ns think nbout them Parker, who carso exceedingly nuxious to get all the Surveyor, for we know him to be a ried the state, was and is a gold Demlight possible beforo voting, still come staunch Republican and well quali- ocrat, and everybody on each side to the polls and seek to have their fied in every respect for the office, knew it The Mlver question was But though e were defeated in one place not discussed in the state canvass. minds enlightened ns of yoro, we will back our ears next time and Moreover, as the Citizens' Union, in they nro not sosuccetstul as they Their condition now is kick the Democratic party intoettr-nity- , which the Republicans were predomwere. then will our country be pros- inant, had no candidate for Chief They come pillule in the extreme. perous nnd our people contented. C. Judge, and did not take sides for or to tho polls and stand around ui tm against Parker tf Wallace, probably pluccs; yes tliey ever, go so 4'iilllnrnlu I'roiil ol l'roi-rlly- . An interesting bit of intelligence, enough Republicans among Low's iar as to pluck candidates off to one AChW'l fcido and whisper in their ear that which amply sustains the claim that supporters neglected to vote lor Chief offtet Parker's plurality. A Preah Financial Idea. they would like to know about this other things than wheat are booming, Judge to In the recent elections, that is to Sny, boys, a'poscn you cbnngs the thing, etc. The caudidate is nlao in was printed in yesterday's "Chronic- say, silverism fared badly. Itigured deck. That free sliver pack seems to be formed thnt by tho presentation of a nl " The statement that the ficures about played out. Why not try a wheat of the master of transnortation ol the directly nnd prominently in Massa doll ir, or a dram, his(tho cauiliilatu'a) 10 Pennsly Vnnh, Ollioatld issue. If we can raise the value of 40 SnntliPrnPanflr-sllnivllln- l 5 ess mnti. cllUSettS. ounces ot silver to that of about own particular views would bo ngrcea-bi- o Iowa, which the Republicans carried, ounces loaded cars went over the roads of without the aid or ti tho voter. To this the candi company, East bound, by waythat and in Virginia Kentucky nnd Ne- consent of silver,other nation on earth, of any of date however turns u deaf ear, and I why can't we raise the price of wheat Ogden and ElPaso during the month braska, which went to the Democrats. t lilt t lin is iIia vnlnr nam nivnv to two dollars a bushel without the aid of September than were handled Wet From the beginning to the end of the or consent of any other nntlon on earth, ' These now a much abused man. bound over the same tracks during campaign the silver question was at without consulting the foreign market vonditioiH are ah brought about by that month is refened to When to the front in Ohio. The numerals quotations, and without bothering about silver. And It w can thus raise tho Austral! in system of voting. this is added the fact that the Wet delared for silver in their tte platof corn nnd A candidate or lixnllereMiigive a bound traffic considerably excetdtd form, and the Republicans came out the price of wheat, why not potatoes, nnd eggs, nnd everything else In the eleciion man money or whNky f'ir his vote, that of September, 1896, it at once strongly .ngain-- t it we want raised. All we have to do Is to but ho cm havo uuuisuriiiiu-- i that the becomes clear that California is doing the Republicans majority wasgrs t r set In our stack and innke the raise. gooiU are deliveml niter lie bujs a big exporting business this year, than the nveiaue ot the off years of "What have we to do with abroad?" Louisville Courier-Journa- l. t'.oni. Tliu buying nl votM isthero-f.ir- o the effect of which will too manifest the past The Republican candidate Silver Drives Out Slextoo'a ejotd. Iowa came nut for (iiivttnnr in itself in a widely diffused in a large inrti'iiio suppressed Mexico is supposed to be a blmetnllla There luLjht be some question in Tho II uhom and blood mi c I; urn who country. 8lher and gold are coined at min 's of the defeated Bryanltes (he. mint aud nre both legal tender. Dut formerly hung around the poll for the the slher has driven gold completely out of , pur, oiu of hluedmg wiuli lutes are regarding the validity of the Kepubli circulation, and In pructico Mexico is claim that the policy of ProtecThey Mill go can now uronut of j h. really a monometallic nation. The gold tion is responsible fur this changed coins nro ut premium In silver whe.11 to the polls and s'utid nruind with condition of affairs if our producers they circulate at nil. The American tli !r hii.di in their pnckviH, uhlin is tho boat rcmody that I know gold which travelers bring in alio comwere only enjoying an increase! de-dl look tn ihoir countenance, for of wtl mands a premium at the money brokers'; mil nnd prices for their tvheat and All this confirms in actual practice but ey gotco'd comfort. other cereals, The short crops in fortho assertion that the free coinage ot eign countries might satisfactorily exsilver in the United States would drive gold out of circulation and thus entail plain that patt of the problem, but on our country the loss, inconvenience CUIUS VilUKl All UMJAIt! Roy. J. K. CHASE, European, Argentine ntn East Iudl in um Hi and Ml bf flrutrgUI. wheat shortages will not account for South Hampton, N. II. silvercommercial degradation which the I (tandard Implies. HALF-SIZgrowing demand for 0 x BOtTLU5, 50c. the rapidly cajOSiOOKDO. Tub candidnto of tho Natlonnl Leans, borax, brandy, canned goods, Democrats for Appellate Clerkship dried fruit, hides nnd pelts, honey, hops, leather, lumber, machinery, rRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1897. was tho Ilindman. malt, nuts, potatoes, powder, quicks Offlco on Fox Stroot., The bird law in Kentucky expires (diver, talstns, salmon, salt, vegetaWo under- bles, wine, wool and woolen goods. on November tho 15th. Ikiiiol UUrr.i fililu) nt lliirlliirit, Ity stand that quails nro moro plentiful The exports last month were made up Editor. than they havo been for years. JAB. A. ANDERSON from this varied list of products, and the demand for them has been en Subscription, $1.25 por yoar Tin: clectioti of Mr. Shacklcford is larged because the people at the East at Hattlord probably duo to tho superb speeches have again found an opportunity to Entered nt the post-oflias second class mail matter. mnde in his bchnlf, and incidcntly in tarn wtges In the woolen, cotton, iron and other factories. his own interest by Mr. ' Brine." SiLVEit hasn't reached the dollar The increase noted in the cast bound Hartford Republican 1 Sales - k) ce With Hood's Sarsaparllfa," Sales Talk," and show that this medi cine has enjoyed publlo confidence and patronage, to a grcatorcxtcntthanaccord cd any other proprietary mcdlclno This is simply becauso it possesses grcntet merit and produces greater cures than any other. It Is not what wo say, but what Hood's Sarsaparllla docs, that tells tho story. All advertisements of Hood's Sarsaparllla, llko Hood's Sarsaparllla itself, are honest. Wo havo never dccolvod tho public, and this with Its supcrlattvo medicinal merit, Is why tho pcoplo havo It, and buy abiding confluence-I- SOU E PEOPLE CO Talk THROUGH THE W01LD looking for some chance They are gazing so hard for or oilier. what may never come at all, they don't perceive the advantage of save and steady; there is no rare chance nbout ourgoods. They arc just good, straight honest mer- -' PiM-petunll- x Hood's Sarsaparilla Almost to tho exclusion of all others. Try It rrepared only tiyC.I.llooil&Co., fomcll.Mss. T, "TI 7t aro tho only rllli to take HOOU S PIUS with Hood's Sarsaparllla. !t I'mirritintiir Of the Teachers meeting of Fords-vill- c Magisterial district to be held at Gumsptings school house Nov 20, '97: Welcome Address Roscoe Whit, tlnghill. Response M. J. Ilolbrook. Ivthics Irn Petty. Utiquette iu school Cova Anderson. Drawing A C Tcel. Elocution J II Smith. How to train the memory Godsey. Music Noon. I, V. s one-nint- h ' two-thii- ds I l Truman Sisters. Hygiene S. W Crowe. Mensuration J. W Petty. Geography Alva Johnron. Recitation Abbie Smith. Three American Heroes II. C. Truman. . . I . . . 4C Good childrens shoes 9 to . . Good c ilico Percentage Sam Roynl. it . . 85c 5C Good childiens shoes 13 to 2 . . . 90c nt lenpth ) Better calico (no The infinitive John Holimer. . 5C Mens' Boots Dress giiiRbims Moles of recitation Sue Mnseley. . 4c Better Apron ginghnui A symphonious school W. W. 2.2s 7MC Mens' Good ocrc.ilc fine shoes 1. 25 to 350 Whalen. Better pcicale . . . : . n to 3,4c Mens' all wool suits Novel reading J. H. Magau. 5.00 Good heavy domestic 5c Mens' suits a 50 History James DeWeese. sc Boys suits Good canton flannel ." 3.00 Emulation J. K. Miller. Better canton fl innel . . . 7 to 10c Boys all woof suits Closing days of school I, W. God 3 50 5c Boys suits (knee pants) Yard wide bleach cotton 65c sey. Big line bf outing cloth . . 61J to 10c Mens'caps aoc Time nnd place of next meeting. . 15c Boys caps Red twilled flannel ; Adjournment. 15c .V Good overcoat Gray twilled extra flannel 2.35 Jas Df.Wkksk, ) 20c Better overcoat Com. Alva Johnson Gray twilled flinuel fj 50 to $7 ) Jas Lawrknc'k, 25c Indies cape Plaid II innel 70c " Good bed ticking, hold feathers . i.sc $ t 2S They llil lint let up. " 4c 2 00 "It is a good time," sijsthe Chica- Good plaid cottons " go Times-Heral- d, "to draw in those Better plaid cottons . . . . 5c to "Extra nice. . . 3.105.00 10c Ladies cotton hose . . . , . . 5025c long, labored calamity editorials on Jeans nice yarn hoes 15 to 20c the impending Treasury deficit' re Bettsr Jeans 20c they are frostbitten." 25c Childrens hose Old Ky. leans 5c to 20c 20c Childrens underwear Nay, nay, good brothei; these dis-- . Tablecil cloth 50c ma! lucubrations shall not cease. If Geo duck co it ? 00 Childrens underwear.bettcr grade 35c they are to be no forthcoming, whereGood overalls 50c to 75c I.adies underwear 15c withal shall the free trade croaker and Nice flannel skirts 75c Ladies underwear better . . . . 25c , 40c to 50c " the mugwump kicker be comforted? Extra good Good jeans pants . . 90c These lellows thrive on disaster and Good pair blankets 65c Mens under shirts 25c No matter it Goad Indies shoes, rivited foot . $t 00 fitten on stringency Extrc gcod . . . ." . . . . 50c the situation be reversed, as likely it Good childrens shoes 6 to 8" . . . 65c Mens' gloves 25c to $1.00 w-- II, and a healthy surplus take the We could quite you close prices on many moro nrciclos we havo in place of the inherited dificit I j that took, hut will ask you to como and wo will conviuco you that we have the cv?e they will howl nbout excessive ttxation and lie about the causes that cheapest line of goods ever shown in Ohio county. produced the prosperous ronditi 111. Eggs We They will never let up; be nsnired of that Economist 1 good to buy, good to sell, good We shall not be overstocked bewill not be undersold. The largwe ever handled now loads our shelvcsand counters. To sell it we must do the largest business we have ever done. We expect to accomplish this by the magic power of low figures. Wo know that you can't get lower prices elsewhere because you can't go lower than the lowestand lowes t The lo w est, are the mind you, on as good goods as ofTry us and be fered for sale anywhere. Below we give you a few convinced. prices on our large fall and winter stock: chandise, to wear. cause we est stock , f 7st y .... ?i "..... he-fo- 1 1 want your and Feathers. sur-lac- llrutui If TllflJ- ilnlli OASTOniA. '&&&X 3TOnui.:ri3 ( n "!?' T. E3- - FOG-L- B for "3?ir5,a.o, Ss CO. Drrlilrilly Mnrr Ailtniirnl n matter olfct, 'siys the Iinrashire Courier, 'ceitun indu -tiies have been carried iu America to a decidedly more ndvai ced stage of development than thnt which they have as et attained in the old coun try." Precisely so; and these Atneri can industries are incriisltig so rapidly in number and importance as to attract the attention of the civ ilize I world to the resnlts of Protection in the United States. No c wintry more than England feels the effect of America s marvelous indusIt is a shock in moie trial strides. ways than one, this triumph of Protection, for it not only tends to unsettle English faith in free trade theories, but it is hinting English tr.ide all over the world Ex. "As People arc not complaining so much LARGEST NORMAL SCHOOL IN THE SOUTH CHGtlSH TEACHERS' SCItNTIflC AND CUSSIC COURSES. Jfaa totjt&ait&M. ;: 1ZJZt? "KiKiSf fOjOtRKM. "?' ctfz..,.,,,. J v ' 6rt,f.l.' Chits, tn Jfomifto .. PLANTS, FREEE endio-rIei- y (Jcd&logcie for Asking. Uulbs for Fall Planting out ot doora. Dulhs for Winter blooming in tho bouse. Plants for blooming during the Winter. Plants for dccoratiiig Seeds for Fall sowing about the smoke nuisance ni they good were. Smoke U a of piosperity in Cleveland, and there is more smoke here now than there has been at airy one time in f jtir years. Cleveland Leader. pi-tty indi-Citl- on out of doors. Seeds for Winter flowing in tho house. u a lOo to pay postage and package and wo will send you 15 Selected Bulbs, or Six packages of Selected Flower Seeds, or six packages (all different) Sweet Pons, or all three collodions for 29c, Send for-me- ily If, .i: II.IY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lects. All Druggiats refund the mon 6 6 mo. ey if it fills lo Cute 25c I ro ctiii: 'l. She in f AtG&V CO., reene, M- - Y' - NR1T FIELD & SOIT -- HAVE OPENED THEIR 11 pro-perit- y. j 11 - "Agep's llicrry Pectoral La Grippe." B rM A lino now OMNIBUS will mnet all day traius HtBeerDam, All order promptly afte i eel to, guarantees a enmtortu1 1 rid . corner Market mid Union Htrid, HaitfonL. TP nm&Essm, To o,ra.3. aurora. BeavePra.. eiaiit An vobicle anil l peel Ltavt older atT'oiIi Lhtiy horse frlnblo ...JJ.ta. HALF DOLLARS r Royal make the food pure, wholesome and dtllclou. J ' I)r L H Bean is in town. WILL GO AT ' FAIR & COS OYAl w AKlH Absolutely Pure As far as one dollars go at most stores, iv, U-- This is not simply chat to get' your trnde, but actual facts. Below we quote prices that down competition: .. POWDER UKINa fOwDH CO., MW The Ohio Circuit Coutt convene? next Monday, Mr. J. K. Ashhy, Rockpott, called to tec us yekteiday. Bring your eggs and all country produce to Pate Bros. Do yo know that $2 buys a good Mcintosh nt Fair & Co's. Do you know that 50c buys 4 blankets at Fair & Co's? Born to the wile of Mr. J. M, last Saturday, n boy. 1 0-Mat-tlngl- y, Do you know that 75c buys heavy bed comforts nt Fair & Co'i? 0K. Do you know that 15c buys ladies heavy woolen hose nt Fair & Co's? I want to trade a machine for corn, Good to 4 gray blankets Good 10 4 white blankets Hxtta 4 white blankets Kxtru n4 wool mixed blankets 11 4 scailet blankets 11 4 all wool white blankets 11-- 50c 75c $1 00 t '. .' Good size bed comfort Good size satine cohered comforts . . . Good cotton jeans licst cotton jeans ' Good all wool jeans Good twilled flannel Good all wool gray flinncl Heavy medicated red flannel Good canton flannel Heavy grade canton flannel Good domestic Good shitting Good yard wide bleach Good turkey red table linen . . . . 1 50 a 00 . . $2 50 to 3 00 75c $100 10c 15c 7 . . 22c . . 15c Gnoss Wilmams. .There will be church meeting at Remember Bulliugton when you the Baptist Church Saturday night. want a good shave We pay the highest market price Mr. M. L. Hcnvriu and wife are in lor all country produce at Pate Bros. Louisville this week. Do you know that Fair & Co. sell Mr. Berry Rial, who has been sick ladies cape trimmed in Braid for $1? for some time, is able to be out again. Do you know that Fair & Co. have Messrs. Martin Collins nnd Colethe prettiest millinery in Ohio coun man Wolf have returned lrom Coloraty? oats or hay. do. Miss Annie Newton has returned from a visit to friends in Daviess Do ycu know that 85c buys a ladles grain button shoes at Fair & Co's? Mr. J. A. Heavrlu lelt Wednesday lor Louisville. 18c ." . . - .' ..'... to . . 4 33c 5c 8c 5c 7c 5c county. Miss Iva Craig andMr.Felix Clark, ot Owensboro, were in town this Remember Bullington will give you a good shave, hair trim or shampoo. week." Miss Ella Campbell and Mr. Leslie Barnes are new students in Hartlord College Mrs. ' I Rev. Silas New ton will preach at the Methodist Church next Sunday night. 15c Apron check gingham Dress style gingham . . ." Flannelctts for wrappers Good calico All wool dress goods ' I 5c 5c 10c 4c 35c to $1 per yard 10c 10c Roman stripe percals Highland plaid percals . . Men knit shirts Men heavy fleeced sill its Men fine Australian shirts Ladlts fleeced vest Ladies heavy fleeced vest 1 .25c ft '' f 50c 00 19c R & G. Corset ., . French woven corset ' Men good percal shirts Men heavy jersey thl its Men Good boots Ladies good grain shoes Ladies better grade shoes rivited Ch Id shots Ladies good heavy cape nicety trimmed Men good overcoat Men good hats Men tourist bats, a corker Men all wool suits Good Mcintosh coat Good leans pants .'... 25c 85c 35c 48c 50c $1 00 85c Jloo 50c to $t 00 1 00 3 50 50c 1 00 . . 4 00 2 00 75c '. There is no house in Ohio county that can give you closer prices than us. We ask you to visit us and we will show you the cleanest, best selected, and cheapest line ol goods found anywhere. & ? r Don't forget the place, FAIR St COMPANY, T luJU 4 Ei 2 A fur n fever. Af tr a fever I was very weak. My Bont Whon you can OwnP blood was poor and I had catarrh. You rent year alter year, and have My face broke out with uimnles no farm when you get through. illC j Wllf-r- i hfiirnH tnlrltKT TTnl'a Qarefinn. landlord has our money ami me larm tjIa tlle pimpies commmenced to nt the end of the year. We oner you ,jlt.appear atJ(1 llow they nre all ROnCi Ohio River Dottom land, in Ballard nnd .v cntatri. 1, relieved "'Jv county, one of the best counties in Wsley Colling, 1125 Cheatham Kentucky, on the following reasona-bl- e Street, Nashville, Tennessee. terms: Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy 50 acres at $14 00 per acre . . $700 00 tooperate. Cure indigestion, bilious Cash First year 50c per acre . . , 25 00 ness. 25c. Second year, $ 1 00 per acre 50.00 Mr, Walter Wellman well known as 100.00 Third year, $2.00 per acre . Fourth year, $2 50 per acre 12500 a Washington correspondent, is makFifth year, $ 3 00 per acre . 150.00 ing arrangements lor n polar expediSixth year, $3 00 per.acre . . 200 00 tion to start out from Bergen next year, by way of Fran Joseph Land $700,00 route. Mr, Wellman has had a talk Total cost ol 50 acres This land produced the past season with Nansen on his project, and that of 1896, 80 bushels ol corn pel i.cie, veteran says it is feasible While in and 5 acres ol F.arly Rose Potatoes Norway he made arrangements for an prodcued 2,000 bushels, or 400 bush-- 1 ice tenutet to take him north in June to ncres ol Prior next, and in Russia he arranged Icr els to the acre. Tobacco made an nverage ol 1.200 the purchase ol Siberian draugh dogs. pounds to the acre, which brought in This will be Mr. Wellman's second the market $5 for leaf nnd lugs; i journey to the Artie, and it is hoped acre ol late cabbage brought $50, siilu he will accomplish something for scN ence this time Any literary work, at Cairo Vou can raise twice as much on a however, even lor a shott tour, would good bottom faim as in the hill-- , and be readable and eujoj able fiom his your land don't wash away or wear g fied pen. out. M9999P99a9tt3ti!t9999aLt There has been no drouth in Uil lard county this year and crops atr splendid, They are good evo y tear We have good farms lor s tie n long time.atbargiinsin Davits Ohio and Mri'irt count Ten cheaptr Inn Do you come to the close of We will anyone else will hell yu Does this continue day after w exchange any firm we Imvi I r til50-0, , Worn Out? ers. 53 acres, 4 tuiVs fiom 11 tif $ j I n Perhaps you are even too ex- thing is wrong:. All these things indicate tha you are suffering from nervous ex- 1.xis11ai jtj Owensboro road, lur sile n1 p r J acre. For plat and lurihci p.ilieii art p ply L. Freeman l..t 'e, ov r Hank Commer.-e- , llu.h A " i 1111 j ! ( I Vjii aaaiMfoa aT V j auX Third Stteet l!verloty O.icliSbu'O, 7 K i! j ! fading and your nuiuig. Mood eo- - Scott's Emulsion er So. ,1 Coftcn.-qt- i Oil, with Hypo-Catl v Cutliurllc, th-- i most won- !! of Cod-livderful medical illxrovcrv of tlio nge, pleas- j I phosphites of Lime and Soda, ant nnd rofrmluni to luo toslo, nit gently snil iwinltlvely on klilne.ta, llicrnnil bowels, contains just the remedies to cleansluit tlm eiillro sjshm, dlsptl tolds, ! meet these- - wants. The cod- cum iiMKinoue, rarer, iinmiuui niisupuuon and biliousness, pleasn buy and try n box j liver oil elves the needed III, Z Ml cnl. fold aod of U. C. a. strength, enriches the blood, guaranteed to euro by ull drugglsti iceds the nerves, ana the nytPiishinglon is led ing fie improve- j ! pophosphites give them tone sure you gci ana vigor, ment in tiadc in many ways, espec-- . tally in the active ('tmnnd fur wheat, ! ! SCOTT'S Emulsion. AH tlnJigUtl I oc nj ixo. coal, lumb-- r chlngles, vilth advanced ! SCOTT & BOWNE. ChtmbU. Xw York. a commodities prices for all 0 ! 1 ; y 1 1 - J j J ; tx x 'Ledger ,j " WICIC)CIC, I Fatten your hogs nnd save corn by using International Stock Food. For sale by Pate Bros. family. Do you know that when you trade Remember we need that little with Fair & Co. you are trading with account you owe. Call in the leaders in dry goods? nnd fix it up. For anything in the way of sewing For the best attention nnd a good machine supplies, call on or write to square feed for your horse, patronize Gross Williams, Singer Agent. Field's Livery Slable. Why ruin your sewing machine by When you come in to court Monusing mean oil, when you can get the day, call at the Rkpubucan office and Singer Oil of Gross Williams? pay up your subscription. International Stock Food will save Mr. Gentry Yates has moved his you big money if led to your fattenfamily to Nashlville, Tenn., where he ing hogs. Per sale by Pate Bros. .will engage in the mercantile busU Mr. John C. Riley is having a teleness. phone line constructed between the Wantbd To give lease on 150 Bank of Hartlord and his residence acres of Green River botton land. 205 Columbus Ave., Boston, Mass. Woerner 90. The following persons have paid Call on or nddress L. P. Downs.South primary department. their subscription since our last issue: Carrollton. Ky. 15 3t Ora Burton 92, Gladys Duke 91, J. II. Williams, Hartford;!!. J.Young, timlli AH persons knowing themselves to J. B. Ashby, Rockport. Cora Burton 96, Anna Eliza Keown , tituivt be indebted to me by note or account 65, Sara Keown 90, Maxwell Hen-sha- w a The more I see of these cheap, will please call and settle same, and 95, Grossie Williams 81, May. shoddy Sewing Machines the more I Itomeallc Tin lMnio lor the I'iclllc greatly oblige, hugh Baize 88, Fred Hudson 90. EdL'onat. am in love with the Singer. Remem8 tf The city of Port Angeles, located on ith Walker 89, George Nelson 92, D. M. Hocker, C. O. C C, ber Gross Willians is the only agent the straits of Juan de Fuca, in the Walter Henshaw 92, Otto Button 93, in Ohio county. Dr. J. S. Coleman and wife will Stated Washington, and almost ex- Douglas Felix 96, Burr Morton 96, leave Saturday morning lor Greens Mrs. James Russell, of Sulphur actly opposite the city of Victoria, B. M Burton 87, Jesse Howard 88, Lee Pat-to- n ville, thence he goes to Morgantown Springs, died Saturday evening and C. nus raised a bonus of $75,000 in 79, Willard Magee 97, Ethel e where he preaches a series of revival was buried Sunday after iurneral serx cash and lands, and a tin plate 95, Lula Elder 96, Lizzie Burton sermons the following week. vice3 by Rev. T. F. Roland. She manufacturing company, having its 84. Lewis Bozarth 93, Frank Hudson Wednesday's Courier-Journ- al says: leave a husband and nine children. headquarters in Pittsburg and said to 97, Alex Bozarth 91, Mack Westerown processes by which tin plate can field 98, Ella Bell 90, Jessie Bell 9S, "Senator Deboe states that Lis enIsn't it bad to buy a sewing madorsement lor Mr. Barnett will stand, chine in haste and repent at leisure be made much cheaper than any here- Bessie Gillespie 98, Ernest Field 99, and that he will be appointed Sur like a good many ol our county people tofore known, will at once build a Sallie Petty 95, B. B. Allen 91, black sheet and finishing mill at that Martha Walker 94, Lula Oiler 98, vejor ol the Port nt Louisville. To be on the safe are now doing? point. Coal of excellent coking Ronimie Wedding 84, W. J. Marks 97, Photographer A. D. Taylor has re- side, get a Singer lrom Gross Will- quality a rarity, by the way, on the Winnie Mauzy 94, Darrell Sullenger turned lrom Dawson and will be iams, Pacific Coast has been located by 90, Cliflord Shroeter 89, Charlie Cofound in his gallery here in person Attorney J S. R. Wedding has been diamond drills within a few miles of llins 92, Bessie Collins 96, Isabelle every Monday and at Beaver Dam appointed by the trustees ol the town the city, and iron ore of the best kind Fuir 95, Eva Toms 90, Joshua Field the balance of the week. of Hartford, City Attorney for the is known to exist in the Olympic town. The old board ol trustees was range ct mountains, but to or 12 93 Frank Smith waived hii extmin-inHO.NINE, trial last Saturday for the killing re elected at the late election, and W. miles away; but for the present the Nov. 6 The previous election and ot Louis Frauklin and was held under II. Barnes was elected Judge ot the new steel works will procure their a $1,000 bond for his appearance nt Police Court. With these men in supplies ol ore lrom the Barclay recent raius have gladdened the hearts charge of the city government we are Sound, on Vancouver Island, where of many of our citizens and neighborCircuit Court assured that our city government will large diposits are to be found conven- ing farmers. Mr. T. J. Smith's residence caught Miss Ida Allen, near town, is visitseen after. ient to tide water, the cost of delivery file last Sunday night from a swing-lu- g be properly at Port Angeles, plus duty, being es- ing the family of T. H. Allen. lamp falling in the parlor. The Nollee. Mr. J. Ragland, Pleasant Ridge, is parlor lurniture was very badly damHartlord, Nov. 7. To the colored timated at less than $2 50 per ton. All the tin plate consumed by the mingling with bis many fiiends here. aged and is almost a total loss. It women of Ohio county: A call is Mr. W. P. Thomas, who has been was covered by insurance. made for them to meet November 20, great salmon canning concerns of the Pacific is now imported from Wales, engaged in teaching vocal music at Everyone desites to keep inlormed nt the Colored Baptist Church ol tlie overland" railroad freights from Fordsvllle, is spending a few days on Yukon, the Klondykc and Alaskan Hartford, at 2 o'clock p in. for the Indiana and the drawback of dudy al- with his family at this place. gold fields. Send 10c. for large Com- purpose of organizing an Auxiliary lowed on Mr. Calvin Wilson and wife, of the salmon exported leaving the pendium of vast information and big to Emancipation League ol Ohio Welsh plate in Mt. Pleasant neighborhood, were the control of the market; All colored women are recolof map to Hamilton Pub Co , In- county. but with the Port Angeles works in guests of their son, Mr. J W. Wilson, spectfully invited. LETI.ER Arche, dianapolis, Ind, the field, supplying sheets lor domes- last Wednesday. Ch'm'n pro tern Worn. Leag. Miss Leona Russell has been called tic consumption .at less than the In mentioning the workers in the J W. White, Sec'y League. Welsh, with theDlngley duties added, to the bedside ot her mother, who Is Republican party last week we failed it will require nothing but a repeal of quite ill, near Sulphur Springs. MIlllllfN to say anything about the excellent Mrs, Mary White spent Saturday Of the teachers association of the the drawback clause, or at least a work done by the colored voters. Hartford Magisterial district held at modification of it, to bring about a and Sunday in Fordsvllle, the gust of They had their separate clubs nnd No Creek Church Nov. .6 condition ot the market which will her sister, Mrs. J. J. Tilford. soraeof them did radiant service lor Prol S. C. Stevens, Bowling Green, Opening exercises consisted of song keep Welsh tin out of our Pacific the party. We wls.h that space would called on friends here Wednesday. and prayer. Eleven members respond- Coast market entirely. Economist. permit a special mention of each one Miss Bettie Ragland is visiting her ed to roll call, with a two minutes' exbut it does not. To Curo Conatlpatlon Vorerer. sister, Mrs Nellie Iglehatt, of Gill-strperience narrative, regarding present Cs.ca.leia Candy Cathartic lOo orSSo. term. These contained many points ir U G. O. fall to cure, druwiats refund monor 'E.NTi:ilTOVN We have again settled down to our ot interest nnd profit to the teachers. Little Lonnie Crowder happened4o IliiotnrNN In ilie Noiilti, WJrk tince the election, which passed Noon having anived the association The yellow fever and the yellow fe- quite a palnlul accident while cut o!T very quietly heie, nnd resulted in was hospitably invited by the good ver "scare" it is difficult to say playing a few days since, in falling the election of full board of town people ol the community to partake which is the most disastrous are across a sharp plank and cutting his trustees. Alney Tichenor lor mar-- I of a bouutituland well prepared dinner practically at nn end; and a great sec- eyebrow to the bone. Dr. I.iles was shall, and II H, Davis lor police which was evidently enjoyed by all. tion of the couutry that has lor weeks called to dress the wound. The little judge. The nlternoou program was inter been imprisoned by tie relentless fellow, we nre glad to say, is much Uncle John Wniden is reported as esllng and to the point. "Some bar- quarantine is about to shake oil its better ot this writing, very low at this writing. Quite n crowd ol our yonu people riers to our progrsss In education," irksome fetters The South has sufAn infant child of George Rowc's introduced by A. P. Taylor. He fered extreme mislortuue just at a attended'the dedication of Mt. Zicn was buried here last week. at some length, "The short- time when its business prospects last Sunday, Mrs Dorcia Shaver, ol Point PleasWishing the piper success, I te ness of school term," and seemed unusually brght, but there is ant, is spending n 'lew days with the ol teachers." Supt. Shultz a hopeful feeling now that promises main, "Lim.eth." family of Dr B F. Tichenor. thinks two gteat harries "The too to discount hard luck and to make up Ilrlllord Hie Writ. Mr. W A. Roue has been very sick frequent change of teachers," and with interest for the stagnation and Washington, Nov 9 Theodoie the past week, but is improving. "The injudicious placing of teachers." loss of the lever peiiod. Durrant, so lar as the supreme couit Miss Ultima Morton 1ms been out of Public sentiment, us influence, was Southern merchants in New York is concerned, must suffer the death school this week on account of sickdiscussed by J Ham Barnes How express unbounded confidence in n penalty lor the murder ol Blanche ness. modified? by II, B. Taylor and Erntremendous winter trade, and they in San Francisco in April, Sallle Bennett and Joe Wal- est Woodward. Mr Woodward thiuks give excellent reasons lor the faith Limont Aunt The supreme couit yesterday 1895 lace, ol Beda. vUited the families of the teacher should conduct the school that is in them The suggestion that confirmed the decision of the CaliforIL II. Davis and S M James the in the way his judgment dictates. the Commercial would offer to Louis- nia coutt nnd refused the writ of past week, According to program each teacher ville manufactures and wholesalers, corpus, A good meeting, conducted by responded to roll call with name and then fore U thnt they lose no time in Eugene Duprey, counsel for the Revs Falen and Richardson, closed work ol some noted member of educa- getting intocotumunlcatlon with their condemned man, expressed consider, last week tional circles, past or present. customers and their prospective cus- able surprise when infouued that the Mr Robertson Ashby has moved Ends in view in Teaching Aie tve tomers throughout tlieSoutliern states, case had been decided, as he was unInto our towu reaching them B R. Ray mentioned Col R. F Maddox, ot Atlanta, ol the der the impression tint it was to have Mr. Luther Brown moved his famand discussed two ends The practi- Maddux Rucker Binking Co , declare ily into their new home on Main cal or mere preparation lor business ect that "the fevet has not killed been heatd on Nov. 15 He said he not consider the decision final. street last week. and the spirited, or developing man- trade, but onlyretarded it." The ul- - did Vjafiicfwt Mm linnfAtiAr tn aiir tcrltfit- ha. Mr. Robelt James, of Beaver Dalit, hood and womanhood, II we aim at tlmate Southeru demand lor products ' , ,0 Uou he ,the was in towu one day last week, the higher we will incidentally se- of all kind wll be as great as ever. !4ses nm,',nUmated tlmt ,le wa3JafraI(. A fine saddle colt belonging to J P. cure the lower also. It is his opin- But a creat deal of business wll be .. . . ............ r i"napjuugniem wou.u ue lawn ny .iZi ..,. ..... Thompson was badly crippled last ion that we are not as n rule reaching the state officla's If he announced his ' these ends. W. R. Carson th.nks the week j ear. Louisville should get Into intention for the future. ' We need a good gristmill, butcher the end In teaching is "the tinging the r,lsU -C- ommercial. I shop, a Sunday School, e!r nnd we of the rising bell in the aormttory of . . believe our town wou'd be one of the the eoi 1 " I (or Fifty Canta, n OuannUed tobacio nablt euro umVca weak 'Needed legislation in iavor 01 our utet in the state Knx . blood pure. We,t. Alt Bo iron, Miller, of Memphis, Tenn., is the guest ol Dr. Miller and Marella school," opened by J. II. Barnes He! llrimrl thinks the legislature nhou'd make Of the standing ol the pupils of Hart- ,ora C0llcK- - lot term ending Nonn.m-hav- e some arrangements wheteby we could a longer teitu ol school 111 the l,er S ,897- - Maximum too, minl-lur- al districts, also some provision ' ",1,m ": ' I.ir requiring profei-,- mil training on COLUtllATK UM'AHTltliNT pattof teachets First distictiou Mattie Plttle 98 4, Supt. Shultz think? the btote ought Liura Motton 97 2, I.illle Thornm to make text-boouniform through96.8, Florence Mortou 96 8, Bessie out the entite state, and lutuish the Willinrus 96 2, Oscar l'nylor 96 1, books to the people at the lowest Annie Collins 96, Rnlelgh Riley 86, Is indicated by Its condition. When possible rales, and provide means lor Juliet Thomas 95 3, LizzieMlllet the naturat secretions decrease 'when 95 2. securing libraries the hair becomes dry, splits at the Zella Nail 95, Bessie Fair 95. Second "Shall we have n reading circle," distinction How aid Ellis 93 7, David ends and comes out Incomblngf ivhen the gloss disappears and the hair bebriefly discussed by II K, Brown and Miller 93 5, Rhoda Chapman 93, Jesothers, nil nrguing that we cannot sie Smith 93, Lizz e Chandler 93, O. comes gray or faded, the ill health of The success of to do otherwise As a result the B. Heavrln 92 7, Belle Werner 91.3, the hair Is Indicated. Reading Circle was organized to meet Albert Stewart 91. Mary Smith go, AYER'S HAIR 'VIGOR is due to the fact that It restores the at Hartlord on second Saturday in Lula Httdeon gi, Edna Hudson organs to their natural vigor. 90. December. Acjournment. Third distinction Lizzie Sinderlur It encourages and promotes thesecre-lloB R. Ray, Pres. 89 0, Rix Chandler 89, Nora Button of the hair follicles, and thus II. E. Taylor, Sec'y. 88, Beulnh liatnett 877, 'A. Wane gray or faded hair regains Us original color, new growth Griffin 87 i, Jesse Bean 86 2, Dora and W btikey Habits begins, and lost luscured at home withBell 85, Mizie Thomas 85,8, Geo. W. out pain. Hook of tre Is restored. FIIKK. White 85 5. Edith Carson 85. Lettie n U.W OOLLEY. M.n. " I. have used Marks 84 6, Sam Cox 84, Mabelle a. Offlco 101 N. Vijot 8t 111 Hocker 84, Bertie Mot ton 84, Olive A Mlirury In Ilnrll. Few people are able to buy as many Carson 82 5, Chas. Griffin 80.5, Ethel books as they would like, yet it is Westerfield 80, Isabelle Cox, 8oMaggIe possible without them to keep in Davidson 80, Marietta Tally 78 Oran toucn with all the leaders of litera tttre, Wallace 77 5, Cljde Wedding 77, Isas well as to follow the world's prog- aac Sanderlur 76 2, Robert Marks ress in every department ot science 762, Wallie Wedding 73, Wayne and industry. The Youth's Compan- Render 64, Lawienqp Klein 64, Laura ion already provides the means for Bozaith 60, Lyman Williams 53 7. more than half a million househo Ids iNTKUMEDtATB DEPARTMENT. forfifteenvcRta. Itcatista thohalrtokeepltanatural at an expense to each of $1.75 n Cleveland Nelson 88, Reuben Baize color and Isaposltlvecura for baldness." T. B. year. Every issue ol The Companion 8f, Josie Baize 82, lames Johnson 85, WEYANT, Weyant, Pa. gives as much reading matter as a Marshal May 83, Allen May 85, Gil- i2tuo boolcol 175 pages, and The Deri jonnson 86, Dixie Allen 82. Kit-t- ie Companion comes every week. The Collins 90, Dona Westerfield 85, Olllcml tmiiii. Ohio County. quality of its contents is shown by Willie Hocker 96, Elston Rhoads 97, Clerk Coutt of Appeals Bailey's the announcement for 1898, which Lena McCrocklln 87, Maggie Marks promises contr ibutions next year lrom 03, Emery Schroeter 56, Perry Keown plurality, 250. State Senator Turner's majority, the Rt. Hon. W. E. Gladstone, Rud-yar- d 80, John Taylor 82, James Gillespie Kipling, Speaker Reed, Capt. 80, Carlisle Render 92, Mittie Burton 105. Representative Jarnagin's majoriA. T. Mahan, Mary E. Wilkins, W. 84, Isabelle Mauzy 87, Willie Smith D. How ells, Lieutenant Peary, the 81, Marie Keown 93, Cecile Williams ty, 95. Circuitjudge Little's majority, 88. Marquis ol Dufferin, Senator Hoar. 97, FanniejCox 92, Lea Allen 92, Ef-fi-e Commonwealth's Attorney Noe's Justin McCarthy and more than two Render 93, Minnie Schapmire 95, hundred other eminent men and Mary Bozarth 94, Katie Thomas 92. majority, 344. County Judge Miller's (Pop) mawomen. Hattie Barnett 94, Edna Yates 90, All new subscribers for 1898 will rePearl Thomas 96, Tina Yeiser 83, jority, 2. County Attorney Heavrin's ceive The Companion's Annie Hudson 00. Irene Miller oe. calendar, beautifully printed Grade Hudson 87, Reuben Baize 80, Jority 8Sin twelve colors, and the paper will Alex Hudson 80, Herman Mauzy 90, 'Circuit Clerk Anderson's major- also be sent free from the time the Chester Keown 85, Rephel Duke 85, ity, 15. County Clerk Ragland's majori- subscription is received until January, Willie Gillespie 82, Nich Schapmire ty, 83. 1898, and then lor a full year to Jan 90, Willie Boswell 84, Victor Mat Sheriff Steven's majority, 138. uary, 1899. A handsome illustrated thews 86, Ansel Patton 90, Ramey Jailer Black's'majority, 62. prospectus of the volume for 1898 will Duke 89, Lee Nelson 86, Joe Miller Assessor Royal's majority, 67. be sent to any one addressing 81, ClarenceKeown 80, Gregory WedSuperintendent Roger's majority, ding 85, Ernest Tweddell 85, Stella The Youth's Companion, J 7)hed$ealth ks ofthe air af-lo- ns OPIUM Ik Jrar ior . - GCM&k. Oj3lSTOIUA. Hunt's majotity, 79. Surveyor Moxley's majority, So. and the Semi-weekl- y The Republican St. Louis Globe-Democrat for $1.75. one year Ma-ge- g by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed conditiou ol the mucous g of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when itis entirelyclosed deafness is the result and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its nornal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever: nine cases ont ol ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but nn iuflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case ol Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot he cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Sen for circulars, free. J CHENEY & CO , Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. lin-in- JienliieKs C'nmiol bo Cured If you feel weak, dull nnd discouraged you will find n bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla will do you wondcrlul good. t'CIIIN. For a limited time 99 cents will pay for one dozen cabinet-sizphotos at Schroder's Floating Studio. Paving blocks made cf meadow grass are now manufactured. Their inventor was a clergyman, and the meadow grass, impregnated with oil, tar nnd rosin, is pressed into blocks and finally bound with iron straps. The advantages claimed for these blocks are that they are noiseless and elastic, resist and wear well and ate impervious to heat and cold. ap. Rev.W. M. Slaughter, OP WEST VIRQINIA. Wrltei of the Benefits Received From Dr. Mllet' Reitoratlvo Nervine. t'is-cuss- y he-be- MILES' Rcstoratlro Ncrylno U particularly adapted to the restoration of health broken down by hard mental work. Iter. W. M, Slaughter of Now Haven, W Va., writes! "I suffered with extreme nervousucss, dlulucu, dull and headache and tleeplessno&s. My heart cams to troubling me, I wai short ot breath from tha least exertion, and suffered much pain In my left sldo. O' ner-vo- I ! i.i I OASTOHIA. aruir-uu- 2irW$gssri Medicine and physicians guvo mo no toilet I procured Dr. Miles' ltostoratlve Nervine, Restores , Cure and New Heart Nervo and 'Health; Liver Villi, and I am sure no words ot com mendation as to tho remits con to too stronc. I sleep well, tho dltzlucsg and confused feel-lu- g havo disappeared, my heart troubles ma no moro and I feel perfectly well " Pr Miles' Ilemedles are sold by all drug-- It l.U under a poltlvo guarantoo, first bottla Book on benefits or money rofunded, Heart and Nervesseut Una to all applicants. ,011. MILE!! MKWOALCO., Elkhart, lad. "MI!m Or J' Nervine; .1 - - Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1897. A NOVEL KISSING MATCH Anna Hold hns a go With a Young Slngor and Losor. Anna Held had been kissed to a standstill! In a kissing match on n neat wager between the charming young French clinnsonettc and Jullius 'Stegcr, a ypund and handsome irieud, Miss Held was knocked out in the one hundred and fiftyosixth round and retired to he comer acknowledging her dc feat. At t this is what the NetV York Sunday Journal's Yellow Kid supplement claims. The fi no; the kissing match was lor blood, and the one who first acknowledged defeat was the losci. Both went at it in earnest from the call of time, and the most interesting' rounds arc given follows: The Fist Kiss The (first kiss Both pairs of lips met sisounded. multaneously. Mr. Steger made a slight movement with his left arm, A primer' Nlory. which hung straight down at his side We ice saw a young man gazing at the other rested upon the table, Anna Held was smiling. She moved the ryheaveus, with a f In 1 . of pistols lu the other. We slightly forward and met the kisser a Ndeavored 2 attract his attention by halfway. Her smiles died out ot reading a In a paper we held In our sight In the tangle of his mustache. Fiftieth Kiss Anna Held led off Ka?" relating 2 a young man In that btiskly. She put one hand up and of the country who left home in a stS arranged the shreds of her tossed of derangement. He dropped the f & ! hair. She adjusted the flower at her pistols from his ttaTflaT with the "It Is I of whom you read. I left neck, smiled ibanteungly. She coquetted, even. She looked sideways home be4 my friends knew my design. at her audience. Steger had slowed I sought the KfiT of a girl who refused s down a bit. He let his do to list lisio 2 me, but smiled upon ed from the most ol the bending forward and back another. I ! and he moved his right hand slightly house, uttering a wild 2 the God of forward on the back of her chair, as I love, and without replying 2 the ? of though the better to support himself. my friends, came here with this f & .of pistols to put a . 2 my One hundredth Kiss Stcger's hand My case has no In this g." pressed hard on Anna Held's back. -- Ex. For the first time his task appealed like work, When one could catch sight of his lips under his niustathe s Notice to Subscribers: The date on the smile they bore was strained. He the lable indicates the time to which was breathing heavily and as though your subscription is paid. This fatigued. Miss Held looked pale. serves both as a receipt and an expirHer tight hand, which retted on the ation notice every week. Examine table, was tightly clinched. Her teft the date printed after your name on one kept opening and shutting in a the margin of this paper, and see if it is correct. If not correct please let us nervous manner. know. If your time has expired, reOne Hundred and TwentyFiftU Kiss- - They were hugging each other mit at once. m tightly. Anna Held gripped her in a vise. She seemed afraid to is LOCAL BANKS. let go. Both arms were about his neck. And yet there was not a trace, Why Thoy Do Not Pay In the The eyes of of love In the embrace. South. If thtlr both were fixed and glassy. lips moved, it was imperceptibly. Experience of it Southerner Who The bieakaways were almost invislN Wnnteil to Start u Smnll Hank III Coaelaalont nranch IluuLu Would "ble it was difficult to distinguish I Want 'Would Sopplr a Lonir-Fe- lt "where one kiss ended and the other Alia Stop the Cheap Money Cry. "began. , vis-a-vi. e. 1 visa-v- corporations it ought and mustiold good among government employes. You are guardians of the distiller's property, and while under your control you must protect it. It has been accustom among revenue officers to invite their friends to the warehouse to take n drink. This rule kept up 313 days In the year will amount to a considerable sum, not only to the distiller but to the government as well. If this has been going on under your supervision, It ought and must be stopped. It Is not the intention of the collector to have men this character In the service, but should a mistake be made, and they should receive appointment, they will be weeded out as fast as possible. I; you want to drink or gamble, send In your resignation before hand, and then you can drink and gamble on your own responsibilityPreserve this In order that you may Respectfully, not forget it. T. J. Yandall, Collector. can not attend to their own business, It much less the business of others Is n rule among corporations t;ot to employ men who drink or gamble and If that mle will hold good among fhal time, "iliey tried to make the legal ratio coincide with the true commercial ratio to the third decimal place, or to one part In about 10,000. Now people talk seriously of Ignoring one part In two or 0,000 out of 10,000. Such facts as these Illustrate our wonderful growth in power since 1834, or at least In our owu estimate of our power to overturn the natural laws of trade, for we liaie not yet actually made the experiment. Arc featurei peculiar to Hood's l'llh. Small In lire, tasteless, cfflcUtit, thorough. As one man E asy to Take asy to Operate Gonoral Diroctory. STATU OI'l'IClALS. I Governor William O. Urodley. V. J. Worth-iuglmLieut. Governor Siierotnryof State Charles Finloy. Attorney General W. 8. Taylor. Auditor SnmncUI. Stouo. Treasurer Geo. W. Long. Commissioner ol Aiuicultiirii, HorStiit'isticj Lucas nnd ticulture AN OPEN i. AUSTIN 531 .liiiue Deail. Itornca Doles, of Iown, Is II still sticking pins in the sixteen to one tires of the stlverltro. In letter made public on October 12 he discusses his 'I'll II Rli nn Tux lloiluriM. new bullion boats theory and concludes Recently the Supreme Court ol this tut follows: "It Is sntd that no plan of the char- State rendered n decision thatis rough acter would be In accord with the Chi- on tnx dolgcrs. Person 4 who fail to cago platform. That Is true, llut tho Chicago platform has hud Its day In list their property, the auditor or court before the trlbunnl of lost resort. county accessor may gob,ick and put Must democrats, to be loyal, adhere to it on the tax duplicate, though it was It forcxer? The objoctlon Isot variance omitted so yentsngo, and the penalty with the whole theory of our form of tuny be added for any number of government. If valid elections would The delinquent cannot plead settle nothing, majorities would cense years. to rule, and when n political Issue, was the statute of limitation under any once joined It would go 011 until one or circumstances. They nre liable to a the other of the parties to It wns total-lpenalty ranginig from $50 to $5,000. annihilated." Some ol our conscientious people who Too niir n Job. of their And still they tell us, says the have been listing n small part Macomb Telegraph, "that the test of a. belongings and getting the batnnce Dtmocrat Is his ability to believe that go would do well to paste this in with slhcr at 40 cents In the dollar this their hats. government can take all the sliver of Agriim Wniilrtt the world and hold It up to gold at the ratio of sixteen to one. Such on In- For the luvenile Holiday and Stands sanity will damn any party In the nrd Subscription Hooks, by the V. world if they will stick to It long B. Conkcy Company, the largest pubenough." lishers and manufacturers ol books in the United States. Finest line of new holiday and other subscription books on the tuirket. Also agents wanted for "The Silver Side," the ou the sillatest and best F. O. AUSTIN, iM's'r., ver question by the greatest silver Sitter 11 said i "You never know yon imo taken a pill till It Is j.11 1 Z 1 1 over." 25C. O. I. nood & Co., W H Proprietors, Lowell, Mass. The only pills to take with Hood's Sarsaparlllo. Hood's I T I ! WE AhF. ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD ''O ASTORIA," AND "PITCHER'S OASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK. To MOTHERS. LETTER I gj I Hiip'rinlcndetit Public liistrui'tiou- Ufo. M. JJavisun. Register Land Oflico Cluis. O. Reynold. lnsitrnnco Burenu Coniinisiiuiler-I- ). W. Coniingoro. Ailji.tant General I). It Collier. Statu Librarian Mm. Mury Drown Day. it A I I.1WA I) COM m tssios i:ui. .Inn C. Wood, chairman; J. P. Dempsey, II. S. Irwin. Secretary Samuel F, Drown. CONOtlKS'IONAL. Moore. PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts'; tho originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," tho samo, was thai has homo and docs now t yzSauaT m cvcrV wrapper. bear tho facsimile signature of This is the original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been used in the homes of tho Mothers of America for over thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY at tho wrapper and see that it is on the hind you have always bought j? wrapand has the signature of 05t&fflucA4bZ per. No one has authority from mo to use my name except Tho Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is President. .. ) ,X. i?i?JUtMarch S, 1897. J, DR. SAMUEL wW rs'- - Senators Hon. William 0. Li ml say, Hon. W. J. Deboe. Representative Fourth District Hon. D. II. Smith. 8TATE MXHSLATUItU. Q&Jt j- Do Not Be Deceived. the life of your child by accepting cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the ingredients of which even he does not know. Do not endanger n vSenator Hon. A. D. Jnnics. Itepresentntlvo Ohio County Hon. U. M. Harnett. OHIO COUNTY. CIltCUlT COUKT. "The Kind You Have Always Bought" Hon W. T. Owen, Judge horn. Owens- - Hon. J. Edwin Itowe, Attorney 5He- HOTEL Louisville, Ky. f R. I., west Markot Stroot Bo twnon 5th and 6th, BAKER AND Clerks: F. 1 T. O, BAKER. a. HEAVR1N & CO., Prop's G.S.RALEY. -- P. H. HEAVRIN, NEW- Iciorks Republican and the Courier Journal for one year for 81.50. Jailer -- Hartford... G. D, Likens, Clerk Hartford. D. D. Iliugo, Master Commissioner Hartford. G. D Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Hnrtfoid. leaders Exclusive territory. Latest Cnl. P. Ivcown, Shcnir Hartford. commissions. Prices below competition. Write at once for cltculars Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford .Too Roberts. Fordsville: Thns. It. and special terms, stating your choice Dishop, Centertown; S. T. Stevens, of territory. Cromwell. W. B. Conkgy Company, 34 f. 343. 347. 349. 35 Dearborn Court convenes first Monday in Street, Chicago, Ills, March and August and continues three weeks, iiiul third .Monday 111 Jiay anil November two weeks. text-book Otvcneboro. T. II. Dlnek, Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You. ZM& BORN BEARS THE FAC-SIMIL- E SIGNATURE OF The epiem!ber fey . PHOENIX HOTEL Wanted-- An Protect your I6mj thr may bring you f lth. Writ JOHN WfiDDElUlURN ft CO Patcot Attof Dyt. Watblatton. D. C, for tbclr $i,9X) prlio oiler ua list ox ma niinurou ftaTcniioua wuurq. THE WONDERS Idea John P. Morton, Judge Hartford D. M. Hockcr, Clerk Hartford. E. l Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes nrat Monday in each month. 'rjUArr.iti.Y count. Begins on tho fhird Monday in cn thlni oni lmDl tnlDgtopatentr Jnnunry, April, July and October. COUHTOF CI.A1M9. ft'A fTiTWfeA Vi 1-8- 16 1. tJ' 701 to 715 W. Market St. LOUISVILLE, KY. Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after the second Monday OF SCIENCE in October. OTIir.n COUNTY OFFICERS. Rates $ .00 por day. Reduction by tho tho wook 1 One hundred and Fiftieth Kiss Steger seemed to perceive that 'ais vis a vis was given out. It nerved liim to fresh action. He clinced with "vigor and recovered in good shape. Anna Held looked almost as it she were crying. Her face was pale and The pupils of her eyes distorted. were dilated, her lips seemed uncontrolled. Suddenly her head fell and she sank back into her chair. Steger turned about smiling, and faced the crowd. He protested that he was ready to go on indefinitely, but his looks belied him. He was "breathing hard, and the perspiration was pouring from his forehead In heeds, as though he had been through, jrreat muscular exeition. To all ot which Miss Held has added the following statement of how it feels to be kissed to a standstill in a 3;lssing match: "How did I feel when I was being: kissed? In other circumstances this might be an embarrassing question, "but it must be understood that on the evening ol our little dinner at the Hotel Marlil we became intensely interested in coming to a scientific con-- , clusiou on a very interesting point. "Up to the fiftieth kiss I felt calm, comlortuble, with no marked setm-tioI wondered what of any sort. the others in the room were thinking. "Alter the hundredth mark, in addition to the tensity. I experienced a anost uuuleasint ttmjlmg just as I 3iuve Mt when my hard or loot has iio.ie to slctp This incie.ised so tlur. Hut I restrained I wanted to liiy-e'- l, and Midduily u new develop-in- c .t set in. Piognbly it wms the- one hundred a thirtieth kiss I felt n muscular contraction, a twitchinjj. I could do I could not for the life ot" jn'htng. Ue-- quitt, ond the more I tried ni' the less I succeeded. "At the ore und'ed and fiftieth kiss I was mnscularly exhausted, overwhelmed with such inertia t'nc I could not stir. My mouth positively nrlird with an indescribable pilii sjMcin would probably prove to men. It would be nstly more that can only be described by the d, n Its-lie-. 11 1 1 1 Street cars from all depots pass the door. In center of wholesale and t04 11 ly bacco trade. Ureal .Hume oiler. Send us the names and addresses of three or more performers on the piano or organ together with ten cents in silver or postage and we will mail The failure of a state bank In North you ten pieces full sheet music, conCarolina loivdcd up with real estate, sisting of popular songs, waltzes, "especially country property on which realization will be slow," Is Interesting marches, etc., arranged for the piano Address: for several reasons, sajs the New York ar.d organ. Journal ot Commerce. It then proceeds Popular Music Pub Co , to point out the great need of better Indianapolis, Ind. 8t banking facilities in the south and the 15 loaning on real estate disadvantages of Everybody Bjb Bo. the only security many southern CnscareUCtndv Cathartic, the roost wonmedical discover? of the age, pleasderful farmers can gUe. ant and refreshing to tho taste, net gently The Journal of Commerce then reand positively on kidneys, liver and bowels, a southerner who cleansing the entire system, dispel colds, lates theexperlenceof made a trip through several northern euro headache, fever, habitual constipation box buy and states looking fora town here he could and0.biliousness. Please ,'.U tents. try n and Hold 10, 25, C. C. of establish n small bank with a reasonguaranteed to cure by all druggists. able prospect of profit. His observations satisfied lilm that the small bank would ONE OF TWOWAYS. not pay. When the crops were being town marketed, the farmers nround the where such a bank might be established The bladder was ceated for one would have plenty of money to deposit purpose, namely, a receptacle for the and no occasion to borrow. In the urine, and as such it is not liable to spring of the year the farmers with one any form of disease except by one of accord would desire to borrow, but two ways. The first way is from imthere would be nothing; to lend because perfect cction of the kidneys. The they had nlready drawn out their de- second way is from careless local posits. Deposits would be abundant treatment of other diseases. when there were no borrowers, and the CHIRP CAUSII. demand for loan would be good when Unhealthy urine from unhealthy there was nothing but the bank's cap- kidneys is the chief cause of bladder ital to loan. troubles. So the womb, like the He concluded that practically there bladder, was created for one purpose, was no profit to be made except the nud if not doctored too much is not profit on the bank's capital, and n cap- liable to weakness or disease, except ital of $23,000 not In de in iiikI during in rare cases. It is situated back of the whole of the jcar would not afford theie-for- e enough protlt to meet the expenses of and very close to the bladder, any pain, disease or inconvena the business and give the banker satisfactory Income. The branch of n ience manifested in the kidneys, back, however, could make bladder or urinary passage is olten, bank of to female money under these conditions, and he by mistake, attributed weakness of womb trouble ot some wns untlvflt'd h,v his study of the problem, with rer, motive for reaching a sort The error is easily made and , sound that the one solution may he ,as easily avoided. To find tel your urine aside !r for the llnanelal dlnieiiltli's of the south out roiit-etlytwenty lour hiur; u .sediment or setwas branch banking. The branches could circulate the iiotcn of the parent tling indicates kidnty or bladder banks, nil If (lit- - Imiies could be made trouble The mild anil tin- extraor dinary edict ol Dr Kilmer's Swamp-Ro-i- t. on general in sets the capital nft lie bank and the ureal kidney, and bladwould be loaned to the farmers and merchants of Hie luciilltyllnMcud of to der rcnittly h soon realized. It jou the goM'inment, no iiriwmtngc dlfllcult need a medicine you should have the At dtn.'gists fifty cents and to uirreMlinnte. The branch would not best one dollar You may haven sample be dependent upon the local depositors, or n capital pioportloned to Its local bottle rod pHinphlet, both sent Ine by Menti'-the Uakti'ord bnsliipi'sfortlic men iin of making loans. mail and ,our address to The parent bank, receiving deposits-througIts bronchi's ft am many localDr. Kilmer & Co., Bingharnton, N. Y ities, would be able Instantly and at The proprietors ol this paper no I'NppiiM- - to transfer funds from guarantee the genuineness of this oflocalities where there were large deposfer. its nail therefore small demand for loans to Incnlltlcti where the conditions EXCURSION TICKETS were reicrM'il. VIA TIIK, Aihnnlngeoiis as the branch bank st-unt com-merlc- al G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur Lung Troubles and Consumption can Springs. he cured. N. 0. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. HartAn Eminent New York Chemist nnd ford. L. W. Huut, Coroner Sulphur Scientist Makes a Free OlTer Springs. to our Readers. Poorhouso C. R. Campbell, Keeper, Hartford. The distinguished New York Chemjustices' couutu. ist, T. A, Slocuin, demonstrating his A. S. Aull March 3, June 1 , Sepdiscovery of a reliable and absolute tember 1, December 1. cure for Consumption (Pulmonary JontB. Wilson March 0, June 5, TuberculosifOand all bronchial, throat, September 4. December 4. lung and chest disenses, stubborn 11!, March C. L. WooliWAitn $1-2- 5 -coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, Juno 1 1, September 10, December 10. Address all orders to tho Jas. A. Uowr.in March 20, June and conditions of wasting away, will send THREE FREE BOTTLES (ill 19, September 18, December 18. B. F. GitAVra March 25, June diflerent) of his New Discovery to any 3EELy-- t afflicted reader of Tun Ki'.ruuucAN 20, September 23, December, 24. Write your name and address on n postnl card, send it to Geo. W. Bes writing for them. Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy oiTIIIt His "New Scientific Treatment" A Local NUW YORK WKHKLY TRIBUNK will be mailed to you. has cured thousands permanently by Distafe its timely use, and he considers it a A Climatic simple professional duty to suhVriug Affection i& humanity to donate a tri.il ol his in- Nothing but n lo fallible cure. Vs. remedy 01 cil Science daily develops new won- change of clitnnti ders, and this great chemist, patient- will cuie it Get ly experimenting for years, has pro- n duced results as beneficial to humanipharmaceutic a ty as can be claimed by any modern genius His assertion that lungtroub r:iM I'lfHin Hutu? les and consumption ate curable in ..uicKiv -C0LDINHEAD any climate is pioven by "hearttelt rc- f do, snrbed. Givei Keliel monce letters of gratitude,'filed inhlsAmer Uptns ican nnd European laboratories in nnd cleanses the Nasal l'.issapcs thousands from those cured in all gl Allays Inflammation. Healcs and parts ol the world. Protects the Membrane. Restores the j Medical axperts concede that bronSenses of Taste ond Smell. No Cochial, chest and lung troubles le.ul to caine. No Mercury, No Injurious Note Heads, J Letter Heads, Consumption, which, uninterrupted, drug. Full Size 50c: Tiial Size 10c means speedy and ceartnin death. V& at Dtuggists or by mail. Bill Heads, Statements, Simply wtite to T. A Slocuin, M. ELY HROS , 56 Warren St., N. Y C , 98 Pine street, New York, giving Circulars, Business Cards, Sj postotTice and express address, and "lon'tToliitro Spit and kmilo ltiirlih Amjr. Dodgers, Visiting Catds, the free medicine will be promptly To tobacco cosily uml sent. Sufferers should instant advan- nuic. quit ot life, ncno ami foreicr, Ixjumtr full tnlio j Wedding Invitations, Horse Bills, tage of his generous proposition. lbs wonder ivurLir. Hint nmlics ucnt men Please tell the Doctor that you saw stroiif All druggists, BOoorJI. Cure guaranPrescription Blanks, lack Bills. teed Dooklct and sainplo free. Addrcst his offer In the Republican. Sterling Ilemedjr Co., Chicago or New pos-ibl11 For moro than fifty fix ears it lias never failed in its weekly visits to the horiies of farmers nnd villagers throught the United Stntes. IT HAS faithfully labored tor their prosperity nnd happuiccs, for tho improvement of their business nnd home interests, for education, for the elevation ot American manhood and true womanhood. IT HAS told nt the fireside, interesting nnd instructive stories ol the doing of the world, the natiou aud states. IT HAS advised the farmer as to tho most approved methods or cultivating nnd harvesting his crops, and tho proper time to convert them into the e largest amount of money. IT HAS led in all matters pertaining to tho welfare of tanners and villagers, and forever half century has held their confidence and esteem. Wo furnish Til K REPUBLICAN and NEW YOKK WEJCKLY TRIBUNE, both papers v ONE YEAR f iuL ucLVt:n.c HALITFORD REPUBLICAN 3E3C,rtsorcl, CATARRH $ffi2M!; Do you want any well-kno- I -- PRINTING? If you we are ready to ceivc your orders for ar.y thing in that line. We print i.T rJ s-- tit-o- 1 York. $2,000.00 tWZV It la now tho custom ot advertisers to spend thousands of dollars ouch Wo propoao to elva year on ehoy cards, posters and signs 011 H this money totho pooplo, and proposo to give away, nbsolutelyfrco and TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS, In 89 Prizes, as follows: 81,000 00 700 00 100 00 CO 00 60 60 40 00 CO 00 1 1 g 1 i In fact everything that you want Wilted. All s I work first-clas- at lowest prices. for estini afcjs. and Write or ca s Hjj 1 'THE REPUBLICAN, i 1 8 6 8 W Missouri Farm Beautiful Itosow'ood Upright Piano M Columbia Blcyohj Cadi Gold Prizes ot 120.00 cuch M 10.00 each 0.00 each " ". ' 2.60 oach " rriwj, HERE ARE THE PRIZES. Our Clubbing Rates. Tho Republican and tho Louisville Commercial. " ami " and " and Now York Tribuno " and Louisville Daily l'o3t Semi-Weekly Couiier-.Iournal.... Semi-Weekl- y QIobe-Domocr- X .. so to farmers, Merchant)) lire depositing TO TIIK word Mtigite. and borrowing nil the time. There nre understand eier.v day ileponlls from one denier "You cannot, peril. dt. Try the experience and you will which can be loaned to another, hut the fanners who hnen great denl of money to deposit at one tciiKin nnd occasion to Tlit'lii. Ilo Vtlirlit borrow n trrcnt deal at another would And Exposition International has issued a lebe instly nlded by such an equalization Collector Ynmlall (Vtiinml for loans nud the means AT tter of warning to the men who are of thu . of gratlfjlng would be afforded ISTftslx-,Krillounder his employ in the government by central them as with wlrirtprrnd banks I'ui the above occasion tickets will aervice. f'e does not propose to have liiaiiclu'F, be rold bv the Illinois Central Kail-(gamblers hold The pulltlcal significance of this Is any drinking men or at varjing times, tales and lug government positions so fir as that the fonth hns no Interest In lhrr limits, including ii tlcktt on sale Wo m st coinage ns moli. but took up the free dally, good to ttlurn until November concerned. is lie coinage Isxne under the Impression that p sltion It would nITord more currency, for 7, iiiul includiiiu tlcktts having limit endore the lieartily f twi'iity fiftten days and seven all which the rrctlnn hud nn undoubted lu taken by the collector. days; also tickets on Tuesday nnd "business transactions the people are nerd; a hanking svkIcid that would TIiiiimI.hs ol each wtek with limit of mure currency, and especially beginning to want only sob;r and afford nnd cheaper credit, would fully filterii da8, For lull paiticulars as more liontst men to attend to thelr's lor sntlufy the south, nud the cheap mosey to which of the above applies from your nearest Railroad Station In concry wutld at once cease to he formida1heui. The following is his letter. nection with the lllinoij Ctntral Railble. Office, Owensboro, Ky Collector's road, call on ur address jour nearest rilsr un4 l.lllle Julm. railroad Ticket Agent. Oct 39, 807 When our fathers, In 1K.14, with a Sir It will be expected oj all revslight change In 1837, established the Wm Murray, Div. I'ass. Agent, 01T1 ers in this ditrict to refrain enue piesent ratio of rolnagr, they took au New Oilcans while tluy aierugo of the price of sllter In all Jno A Scott, Div, Pass Agent, ironi drinking ! 'oxU-intthe markets of the world, They found Memphis, are undi cituu irslon from the secrc this' gold tary ol the tie surj or the collector of This to be $1 930 perof ounce In 15.1)83 A. II Hanson, o p a., Chicago, made the rutlo coluuge revenue, Men who drl ik to 1, which bus been the ration since V A. KiiUOND, a o.p.a , Imisviilc, Jntcrnal Illinois (Jen. Q. Q. p, TENNESSEE CENTENNIAL , W $2,000 00 Total Wo will giro to tho norson forming the greatest number of words out ot tho letters In tho word SKNNAKETS, tho tint prize, n Missouri Farm, Taluod at 1,000.00, consisting of SO acres of good land, f roo aud dear of any encumbrance, and perfect tltlo. To the twrson forming the next croatcat number, wo will gWo a beautiful Rosewood Upright Piano, Tallied at 1700.00, and to tho person forming the next greatest number, a Columbia Bicycle. Talued at 8100.00, and to tho next 80 largest lbits. we will glre cash gold prlzs, as noted above, making a total of 80 prizes, which will do girt awar, an4 yen eon get ue f them If job will try. Write to tho THIEDES-STIKRLIMUSIC COMPANY, 1118 Ollvo Street, St. Louis, llo for Illustrated doacriptlva cataloguo ot tbe Piano to "bo given away, or bavo your city friend call ou thorn for yon. .SI. 25 1.G0 . . . 1.75 2 1.25 75 frs !kaMK!i!! iln, absolutely FHEE. Get down your dictioaary and go to work, It will be found pleasant aad Instructive, Jind overy father and mother should encourage tlvelr boys and girls to outer this contest. There will be no favorite, the person sending ii the largest corroct list will roceivo tho rewards no matter who they are or where they llv. Your lift ahcual ba mad up at once, a this offer may ivt be made again, atU the cootet will close November M, 1097, and tho naeaeq of tbo luocejwful conteiUata will be published fa lb St, L00U Ask your Droffglst IS cent size. la the box yon will Ond a HKflMAKKT word bnlldlnr ccatest cart. Send this card with your list ef words. N list considered without IL Hor of SKKNAKET3 with full particulars will be mailed you on receipt of 23 cents In Silver or Pettag. n your Druggist doe not koewtkosi. Iluv and Try a Rex or HKHft AKRTfl, Uu beet Candy CstWtlota tho wsrltl, and get one or Ui Thirty-nin- e Prlies, You cam d It If joa wUi aly try. Address all letters to tho COLUMBIA CI1KMICAL COMPANY. 1201 190 Chemical Bulkllng, St. UuU, Ma., V.B.X. In making up your list uso nothing but English wrda. Words spoiled alike but mating a different meaning can be uved hut one. Use auy dictioaary. Anything that la a legitimate word will bo allowed. Work ft out in this way, senna, mi, set, sat, cat. Use these word ia jsur list. Wo offer the rowards In order to Introcmoo HKMKABRTti, the beat Caadr Cathartic in tho WM, for the baby, eh lid, Lav, girl, mother, fathor, grandma and grandpa. Thoy all like thm, ther are J1t.1t like eaudr. Ask f;randma what senna is, lao can toll yon, anJ will hall with delight the In trie form that it Is now Introduced. Horo U a chance far the school girl, the school boy, tbe teacker, tin young and the old, to obtain a Farm, Piano, Bicycle and (900.00 in Gold, DIRECTIONS. gANDY CATHARTIC r 0o. Clil(iio.noiilreil.C., or K.wTotk. ABSOLUTES pUindlMMttttfrtn GtfARMfEBDtf'S A. fiTKHMWIIBllKnY Vrulrii lif.i I HiicltlriiV CONDITIONS. fora box of SKNNARRT8, s , The Best Ralve In the world for Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt TRUSTWORTHY AND Rheum, FeverSores, Tetter, Chapped WN1EP pent'eiiien or ladies to Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and nil tr 'Vi'1 lor mpi nMbl. Skin Eruptions, and positively cures huie In Kr plucky. Monthly $65.00 Piles, or no pay required It is mi' x- - lists I'oftuon tttudy guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction sell addicsHvd I(iic!oK'd or money refunded. Pi ice 35 cents ktatiiped envelope The Oomlulon per box, For sale by Williama & Company, Dept. W. Chicago. 6 8f J yr. Bell, 1 X3-- ihIv. r