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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1897 hao1897111901 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. " ;rv r children," that a curse was pro nounced against the human race, but the joy felt by every Mother when she first presses to her heart her babe, proves the contrary. Danger and suffering lurk in the pathway of the Expectant Mother, and should be avoided, that she may reach the hour when the hope of her heart is to be realized, in full vigor and strength. SKI MOTHER'S FRIEND that as-sis- ts The Haetfobi) Republican, OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL Plilih'hsH'tAi u?;. . 3'anx OAKD i..n. L ffiflfiiM AT DISTRICT, VOL. X. FOR A POST OFFICE. HARTFORD, K Y., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1897. Robinson's chances ngainst hct seem God. The Evangelist Duke tells us to be very slim, but he will retire that Christ ascended from the little from the combat with the knowledge Rroup hf his Disciples as they follow that even if beaten he Is the only man cd Him out toward Bethany, and that on record who has defied the Governwhile they stood gazing up into ment to dispose him from the post-offi- Heaven there appeared unto them position and afterward started two mes.sengc.is to cheer them with an opposition post office with a measthe promise of His coining again. ure of success. And it is with the child of God when the eatthly pllgtimage is over, the Tim rriitt.M lilroTy Yot. W. M. Repine, editor Tiskilwa, III., soul ascends to those mansions which "Chief," says: "We won't keep Christ has gone on to prepare for house without Dr. King a New Diss those who love Him. The location covery for Consumption, Coughs and of Heaven ia not an important matColds. Experimented with many ter. Christ said very little about its others, but never got the true remedy situation, but a great deal about its To be sure God is until we used Dr. King's New Dis- being with God. covery, No other remedy can take everywhere, but Heaven Is His home, its place in our home, ns in It we 11 is the 'Fathet's house.' It is not have a certuln and sure cure for the homestead that makes home the Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, most attractive place on earth, but it etc." It is idle to experiment with those who live there. And so it will other remedies, even if they are urged be with Heaven " ... X: on you as just as good as Dr. King's A Curlou I'lieiinnienoti New Discovery They are not as Messrs. ii. W. nnd J. M. Carnelison good, because th s remedy has a recreport a curious phenomenon on the ord of cures und besides is guaranteed. firm of T. J. Smith, two miles from It never fills to satisfy. Trial bottles Richmond an the Lancaster pike. On lree at J II Williams Drug Store. cutting dowu an elm three they were astonished to see a stream ol water Considering the importance oi his work and the hardships he endured in gush out of the stump and fall sparkpursuit of it, there has been singular- ling, spray like water from a founThis was two weeks ago and ly little written about the joung tain there has een no cessation to the Swedish explorer, Dr. Sven lledin. The supposition is that there A few months ago he completed a flow. is a spring beneath the tree, to which journey of three jears and seven months in the most inaccessible and tree worms timing the drouth, made least known parts of Asia. He ttav-ers- an nitificial channel, and when the mountain passes nearly fifteen ttee was cut down the water found a thousand feet high in a temperature way ol escape. ce . ed No. 17. llAKl'l'OltH, ua . Wilinrtiotii.t) lil tiruiuitii 1, 111 Ohio nnd adjoining counties, aud court ol Appeals. Special ntteiitiou given t collections. Oflico ensl aide of puUfi square. , M. h. Bnttloof a Missouri Fnrmor's Duughtor with nWoalty so relaxes the Morchant. system and Nature, the necessary change A queer contest that lias been exciting the wny liuck town of Acoru takes JuMWlirScSIHk without Nau Ridiic, StnilJnnl county, Mo., hns sea, Headache, resulted In n victory fur n nineteen-yea- r Nervous or fought for her old girl who Gloomy Forc- -' rights nfjnlnst a wealthy merchant bodinc of dan who set the tnpebountl mnchlnery at cer, he behnld. trying hour is robbed of its pain WashliiRton working In her inissou and suffering, as so many happy Ilnttte Ross, the daugher of a rl farmer, was three months ngo ap' have Nothing but "Mother's Friend" does pointed post mistress of Acorn Ridge, this. Don't be deceived or savs the New York Herald, tcploclng persuaded to use anything else. h. D Roblnioa, rlio had been post place m0Mm mothers W.rtWJF andt experienced. "Mother1 Frle ml" li tlio greatest rcmeiljreier market, nmlnllnurenstomimpraliMtlt Iutontho W. II. Kino X Co., Vtultantlglil.Tex. nt pi.oo, orient by mall on receipt or prlre. Write for book containing ralua. bio Informatlm (or all Mother, mailed live. Tli DrailfltM Uijolitor Co., Atlanta, 1. Of ilmeulst Wanted-cyi. ana An dea " rrcittct jrnur lWi thy may you wealth. V.hln3tnn, l. C. for their $1 aw i.rlto Uvt two InmdrtU luvcalloua w&nfej. offer 55? brlnj thlD tOt'AtPDlf oAERGMANT'S msssm OSfliSlKlT -- jAXtt. tWH Awl ty.1 fcWI a qTjJ fcB tKT W U ttW iB4W The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS HI OHIO. IM.I Kfl Mr! nm 250,000 Cured. WECURESTRICTURE Ibouaamlj r f jonn nnl n MJlsngcd meniirotruublc.lv i.u this tli, cafe many uncon-doufl- r. 'lhry mar litro a smart I nit ten .tlli n, surall, tni-tinitrcam, sharp cutting tainsat tinim.r'ijhtdi"-charg- e tho atrte.uro tlsauoi It can iioitr return, fin imln,non:(I.T. lag, no uotention from budncMliywrr lnelliuj. 'lliascxual(jrrnnarfitr. nrlh. mod. Tho rtcrtcs nro Invijomtc.l.unJ tho bliss o( manhood rctutnr. absorb ncncoreraoeJlhoitrlctiiroM-rmanrnllr- orron, ctnistion'', rind all tho rrmi'tonts if nrnoul drbilrr tl.cy havo bl'ltll IL'IIK. Don't let iloetora experiment on you, hy cutting, I'ftchlnE, or tmlrg you. 'Ihli will not curoj mi, mil "III return. Our MIHY Ml.lllOil 'ill'iAT-Ml:.N- ilifllculiy hi comnjniclnir, weak Thousands r( y are ami niMUo men nro hating t iclr ten at i; r mid ittallty conliim.iHy rapiel ly Ihli Thry aro frtqiifnlly tmcomduus rf Ilia canto (tli oijuipic inf. Ilinernl WeakncM, riniturnl Jjitcluurc, ot-c1 WECURE GLEET l'oll-In- g l'arf, cl. (ILEl.r an I I TUlt. ll'llli may Ito tho eni.-- e. Don't c jimlt I imlly doctor, m liny rmo no eirriciieo in thCJo niwl.il rtif'ic -i- t, n't allow (uacka to cxporiimnt on y m. Consult bpeclalhti. l.i i o mauo n li'ortit ly of Dini'aeotlrrlRnntnliiFn. llurlilV M1.1II01) TIIUATAIUNI' i!l euro yon. Ono tbnnnml ilnllan ro nrcp, t f o treatment nntl for n cacanuotruro. TennimoJcratoforr.curo. Mnnhnivl, Ncixouhick. 1'nnr Im-nrirrli.ibllitr. nt tiuiM Huukon Joes, Willi iln.k rurlcf. Weal: lh-- k, lienors! Dc!reslon, Lack luLltlon, nt Vmiefteuc. CURES GUARANTEED KTiiii'iTiti' ijii'O'it.wy sirmrr IHUIVS l'N'NATritAI. nfsrllAKU. MII.M.V mi'l HbAlllli;ilI)leaM. CONSIT.TATIDK KIIKK. HOOKS ritl'.i: If unall li call, write fur ornsTinv nusi; for uomu I..-- is really no trick nbout it. Anybody lows: can try it who has Lame Back nnd "A few days alter I toak charge oi Weak Kidneys, Malaria or nervous the office Robinson began his work. troubles. We mean he can cure When people would come into his him right away by taking Ulectrlc store he would ask them to have their master during Clevelaml'sterm. Robinson did not In the lenst relish givIIu ing up the office to MUs Ro3s. could pet along without the profit lrom the mall business, but a the post office was located in Ins store, making the building a center of nctivity, Kobinson decided to prevent his girlish tival from taking it from all hczirds. Sometimeago Miss Ross came to the conclusion that something was wrong with the mall of Acorn Ridge, livery one seemed to be getting nlong without communicating with the outside world, and no one outside seemed to have the smallest Interest In the resiNo letters dents of Acoin RlJge. came into Miss Ross" post office, either for the purpose of mailing or distribution. The newly elected postmistress set to work to ascertain the reason for this, and speedily discovered an amazing state of things. Robinson had defied the United States authorities and had continued conducting the post office in his store, as before the nppointment of Miss Ros3. All the residents were going to Robinson's for their mail, Robinson having secured it regularly by driving to the railroad station and getting the mail bags from the train hands, to be afterward distributicd at his estabMiss Ross complained to lishment. Washington, and theortest of Robinson followed. lie was charged with having established a post office at a place not designated or authorize! by Miss Ross, the Postmaster General. the nlntteen.year.old postmistress, appeared as complaining witness. Robinson gave bond to answer. Miss Ross, who has the symp.ttles of the citizens of Acorn Ridge in her plucky fight, tells her story as fol- ucts are being marketed in a more business like manner. Manufactures show a wondeiful growth, nnd the South Is preparing to supply Its own nteds In this paiticularby maklngup the finished nrticle with the raw nnd labor at Its door. Notab e progress Is hhown in the textile trades With its own cotton and the fleece of Its own sheep, the South ts getting ready to make Us o.vn cities and towns vertible hives of industry. Less politics and more busi-ineless repining over the loss cause and more ambition for the future, less sectional distrust and more friendly with northern neighbors this i3 spirit of the South and it is indeed, a pleasure to learn that under such worthy inspirations that section is fist assuming the proportions of a land overflowing with milk and honey. Ex. nia-tct- ial ss, , Cancer Of HliorneysatL&w HARTFORD, KY. IIitAvniN. SiiiauY Taylor. HEAVfllM & 1AYL0B, Perry Westm-field- , the Breast. Attorney at Law. JitiAVKX R- - Dam, Ky of nearly forty degrees below zero; he r.llvMloulil lieKiiJiij-cil- . explored and measured a lake nine hundred fcit deep; he climbed nearly to the top of nn unexplored mountain twenty-fiv- e thousand feet high; he traversed the unexplored Takla-MakaDesert, nnd in doing so went nine days without water, losing nil but two of his companions and coming off himself with the merest spaik of life. Certainly liere is a heroic story tcarcc-lequaled in the annals of travel and exploration; and it has gone thus far practically untold. But Mr. R. II. Sherard has prepared a full account of Dr. Hedin aad his discoveries and based largely on conversations with him, and it will be published in McClure's Magazine for December, along with numerous illustrations lrom sketches and ph made by Dr. Hedin himself during his journey. n y A '! It certainly looks like it, but there er Trick. ami r,ire HMISPIONf3. VAltlcuci'.l.i:. Kvi'iiir.w iti.Hi.T. Wo treat THUAT.MLXT. Kemnedys Kergan M 122 W. FOURTH STREET, 'A CINCINMATI. O. rRM. Dassc TDNI For sMe hv J r.mi TASTELESS i m$ oitATiA, li.u., Not. id, Uii. rarlaMefllelnoCo., tit Ixiulf.Wo. (lentlement W aold laal year, X) botlloa of nilOVIt'i) TAHTKLKbH CIIIIJ. TON 10 nnj bar bought lureo ro already thlaycar. In all oar nt It yoari. In tl dniii bmlnoM. hara u neror told an artlelo that bhto inch unlTcnul aa your Tonle. aoura truly, AIlXKr.CAUH&CO. . WARRANTED. PRICE COcta. I8JUSTA9COOD FOR ADULTS. mail brought there. lie got puoplc to sign orders for their mail to be brought to his stoie and told them if they had letters to mill he would take them to some other office without charge. He said he was Koing to run a daily hack and take all the mail he could get. He dtclaied he would '.starve this thing out.' lie then circulated a paper to petition me out, and found out he could not do that. Then he circulated another petition the same week to force me to move the post office back into his store. lie says he will continue to run the post office if it costs $500 a year. "When Mr. Robinson's case .came I don't up they just released him. think they treated me fairly. They told me after the ttial that Mr. Robinson would not repeat the oflense. That shows he and they know the law had been violated. In any event I am postmistress, and I do not intend to give up the fight for anyone. It is the fight ol a iirl ngainst a strong and wealty man, but I am sure that I shall win, fur I am rightly appointed by the government and nurely no one can take the office, fioiu mt, even if the people of this town wished it, which the don't, for nearly every otiet-idewith me." And fo the mattert.lnnilsat present Should the former postmaster continue to run a post office of his own Miss Ross will again appeal to Washington, As she has the law of the Uuit. ed States on her side, and the srnied strength of the coantry to back it, s Bitters. This medicine tones up the whole system, acts as a stimulant to the Liver and Kidneys, is a blood pur ifier and nerve tonic. It cures Constipation, Headache, P.tfutlug Spells. Sleeplessness and Melancholy. It i3 pure vegetable, a mild laxative, and restores the system to its natural vlg or. Try Electric Bitters and be convinced that they are a miracle worker Rvery bottle guaranteed. Only sec a bottle at J. II. Williams Drug Store. Why do so many men nnd women sciimp and pinch in every possible way in order to leave a fortune behind them? Would it not be infinitely wiser to enjoy some of it as they go along instead of putting it up for their heirs to quarrel OVer after they aie gone? Are uot the parents who bequeath to their children a good name and a happy contented disposition doing more for them than they who leave them large fortunes? A wise mother recently sa d "We have no desire to lay ub a fortune lor our children, but we intend to give them a happy childhood aud a go.l education." Many an overworked, weary woman would give anything for a few dollars each month to spend as she deems wisest, but she is denied it. The blight e3cs fade.the glossy hair turns gray, and the fresh, rosy complection leaves her. Years alter she is left a widow.Nvith a Urge fortune at her l. Does she enjoy it? O, no; it is loo late. Once it would have made her very happy to have been able to do for her lcsj. lortunnte friends, but now she faded nnd old, and saddened by the hardships she has been obliged to endure. Her children have vrown up to commonplace lives; their lather denied the education they so One daughter married longed for. simply to get away from the evetlast iug grind of hard work without pleasure or recreation; one son Jran away from home, and this day his whereaAll this might bouts is unknown. h tve been averted once had the faths Ex, er been different. are usually wintered by burying the heads in trenches. A better way is to put the roots in trenches, the heads close together and slanting, so astothd any rain that may get to them. Cover the heads with straw or salt hay, and then use boards. If the cabbage are under a shed no barrels will be re. quired. When the heads are burled they begin to rotas soon as the ground thaws, but in this manner the heads can be cut oB as wanted and the stalks (which are alive) will send out shoots or sprouts in early spring, to be used as greens. Those who may try the plan will not again rescrc to the old methods of burying the heads. Cabbage Mr. A. II. Crausby, of 158 Kerr St., Memphis, Tenn., says that his wife paid no attention to a small lump which appeared in her breast, but it soon developed Into a cancer of the worst type, and notwithstanding the treatment of the best physicians, it continued to spread and grow rapidly, eating two holes in her breast. The doctors soon pronounced A her Incurable. celebrated New York specialist then treated her, but she continued to grow worse and when informed that both her aunt f3 lattaffTSHtd and grandmother had died from cancer he gave the case up as hopeless. bomeone then recommended S.S.S. and though little hope remained, she begun it, and an improvement was noticed. Thecancercotnmencedtohealand when she had taken several bottles it disappeared entirely, and although several years have elapsed, not a sign of the disease has ever returned. Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in nil tho courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notuiy Public. Ofiice, in Commercial Hotel. It. WEDDING K.Y. Haiitfoisd, Attokjtey HATtTvnnn WtiwT I Will practice his profession in all tb courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Cnrotul attention will be given to a busiuces entrusted to his eare Col lections a specialty. Ofiice over Ohio County Bank. Also Notary Public. DE3. HP". (Connty Attorney) ativLaw, 33"Rt; T Attorney edX&w, HARTFORD, Will practice his profession in tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn tics. Special attention given to col lections. Office in Courthouse. ' KY. A Real Blood Remedy S.S.S. guaranteed purely vegetable) is a real blood remedy, and never fails toenre Cancer, Eczema, Rheumatism bcromla, or any other blood disease. will be mailed free to any ad- uur OOOK9 dress. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta Ga. SSS Attorney aiKyT Law HARTFORD, attention given to col making abstracts, Ac. also Notary Public ior Ohio County. Oflirp North side of public square. JNO. B. WILSON, SPECIAL vi:i.r, Voynet). He couldn't speak correctly And had never lead a book, And in the dictionary He had never cared to look. He never saw a grammar, So his verbs were never straight, And there seemed to be a vacuum 'Neath the surface of his pate. He couldn't do arithmetic Nor algebra the same, And bless me If this fellow Could even write his name! Though shy of education And the things that others know, He knew it all in baseball And was never counted slow. Knew the name of every player And the averages they made, And tor diamond informations Laid them all out iu the shade. He talked about it all the time And make himself a bore, And though ignorant in other lines He always knew the score. ia 1 H- - For Infants and Children. dutui ci llnll. c&m&&x ts tin eriry Hartpokd, Ky. Will practice his profession in all tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. Attorney ai Iaw E. LEESIMMEBMAN, to Care Comtlpatlon VoreTCr. Candv Cathartlo. lOo orESo. i.H? C. to euro, drussisw rofuna monor it c. C. Attorney at Law, HlIRTFORD, KY., Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Office in Republican J.B. VIOKEHS, Tho Republican and the St. Louis Semi-weekl- y Globe-Democrat building. for S1.75. uraturia one year For Hnlo A desirable farm of one hundred acres, situated near Hartford, well watered, a good oiched, two hundred bearing trees, good buildings, and in good community. For further particulars call at this office nt once, tf hiiru (.'tit II Cure. Dr Armistead's Chill Tonle is a sure cure lor chills. J. II, Williams only has a few bottles, so il you want to keep off cnllls call for n bottle ht ONCR. Price 45 cents a bottle. Don't delay. Wlierels IIicn? Peihaps the first question that presents itself regarding Heaven is its location," writes Evangelist Dwight L Moody in the November Ladies Home Journal. "For my part I urn not satisfied with the vngucuens describes my fu that ture home as everwhere and nowhere, I read that the Master promised his Declples nn abode in His Fatlurs mansions, whither he was going to n prepare them a place, and in the the Apostle John descubed the wondrous beauties of the City of asr OASTORIA..-u ,,,, by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There Is ouly one way to cure deaf ness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition ol the Hi,. ingofthe Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when itis entirely closed deafness is the result and unless the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to its nornal condition, bearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases ont ol ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case oi Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Sen for circulars, free. F. J CHJJNEY & CO., Toledo, O, Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. mnr-mio Cnnsiut be Cured HARTFORD, KY.. Will practice iu all tho Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Special at teutiou given to collections. Office with County Attorney. Aitorney ai Taw ARMISTEAD JONES, A WHOLE MAN. A whole man is another name foi u healthy man. One of Louisville Dental Co.. theprimeessen tials of health is cleanliness The firststeptlnthis ditcction is a clean skin. This known. Not on ly should the outside of the body be perfectly clean, but the interior of the body as well. Clean teeth, clean mouth, clean throat, ckau nasal passages, are all requisites of perfect health. The whole body, as well as every orgau In the body, h lined with mucous membrane, which is even more liable than the skin to become very dirty. The most frequent cause of unclean mucous membrane is catarrh. Catarrh creates unnatural secretions, even though the caUrrh be very slight. In this condition good health is impossible. Or. Hartraan has made a specialty of treating chronic catarrh for nearly His great remedy 40 years has become krow throughout the United States and Canada. It is certainly the best, nnd probably the only eflectlve internal remedy for chtouic catarrh. It cures are permanent. The Dcctor is also the author of many books on chronic can tutrh. His latest book on the subject will be sent free for a short time by The I'e Drug M'f'g Co., Columbus, O. Ask your druggist lor a free Almanac tor 1898. (Pe-ru-ntu-u- a Pe-ru-- fact is well i 4 W.M.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) . $8 Gold fillings $1 up Silver filling 75c Extracting, pet tooth 25c Painless extracting with Vitalized Air 50c wxtraciing tree when Artificial Teeth are ordered . Office permanently located. rawiaaaiama II Williams KJall ron a DookKeepIng.CusIness, PHUNUURAPHY, TjD SltuatlonjQH 'elegraph) aaaHf iwroiWlLBUR R. SMITH, " LEXINGTON, KY., Awarded H ft aaaaaaak For circuit! ol Lit Umout tart rMponilbis COMMERCIAL COLLEGE OF KY. UNIVERSITY to Il.f.raof Ihomanila lion, lluuki and Hoard In family, about J'X, awarded full Hailnru Course, Hdal at World' EimIIIoii. or tr.rtn.tci Inclu.llnj Tu. Id poiltliiui. aaaaaaaa. WILBUR R.SMITH.LCXINQTON.KV cuiinBWMDO stacinii&us. Koiitiin. . afltvivvi ir'ri rJsi2 fesntreuwi. a.'uwm.Lr.i ilk uiaji uaniv urTI, Keotuckr Unlrmltr Diploma, under wal, (radium, Mt.rarirOoiirM're,lf uoilrrd. No Yaratlun. KDt.rnow, Uraduatraiucceaifiit la onto lu aaaa your liutrt raa ai. airia a!a mini hum)-- OM!.U SIS mrrmvntm ttiwan uuixn .JKUWH'W summer mouths, when juplits and Ilromli und Wliriit Nowtnic, other cooling diinks containing mint It has been evident ever since mid are in demand, to enable her to live summer that American farmers were comfortably through the winter. inclined to put in an exceedingly large acreage of wheat this season. a i.i.niaaaiai.i.a.iamon ani.i.iam.maia. This did not seem to be confined to any particular district or to any section of the country, but it was n general purpose on the part ct farmers everywhere "Events have transpired, though," says The National Stuckman, ' which have largely cur tailed this possible acreage. The very dry weather of the two or three months has rendered seeding puctic-all- y impossible in many places, and aCVaA H BNaaaW the protraction of the drough has W Satafc 421 irTkiV aTaak been such us to cut of! all hope in laHa jKt laaaafla aHaH jtiH M aaaB Mb aH V lHft iH I some of these places ol petting in a B JgT k R H aaaft M aaaaaL Aft jflPiaLi JA MKL crop of winter wheat nt all this seasons. In other places much of that V SKKw aRjalp vMUaFflflMr HaaaHala K Hv tKaaT sown is gettiug a bad stmt for the same reason, so that it looks now as though the acreage ofwiuter wheat for 1898 would be less rather than great than normal, The same conditions ate reported from some of the wheat growing countries beyond the afc LralLaWafcawfaai bHbk Atlantic, so that as far as can now be taLTa rW aHrVSHMaaaaaaHaMHHMPVlB7 seen wheat is ceitaln to net gocd stratig prices next year.11 HvvIvkI lii the SimiiIi. The extent nnd variety of the material development of the South and the revival of business in that section are of the most gratifying character. Mines, manufactures, agricultute and ttansportntion are healthily active, and employment is abundant, with wages and prices buoyant. The crops have been more than ordinarily fruitful, with reservation as to cotton aud tobacco, compensation for the latter bring had in an increase in quotation The southern larmer is beginning to He no longer diversify his crops. stakes his all on cotton and prospers or fails as that staple is remunerative He is giving greater or successful. nttention to cereals, to fruit and to garden produce, and funis the results greatly to his satisfaction. Mining operations are being conducted on n more extensive scale, with greater In-- t ltigen e and system, and the prod Cure fur Klomllrltla. sure cure for Klondike gold fever hns been discovered by an American who recently returned lrom Alaska: "Pick out a morning next winter," he says, "when the mercury Is below zero, shoulder a pick, and go into the woods before breakfast; dig a hole 16 feet deep; come back to the house at night ond eat a small piece of stewed buffalo robe and sleep in the woodshed. Repeat the dose as often as necessary." Toron to Mail. A A Mini Fti nil, A woman living in Louisana is supporting herself comfortably on the proceeds of a larm on which rhe raises nothing but mint. All the principal hotels and restaurants in New Orleans purchase their mint from her, and she makes enough during the Collrue. Naihville, Tenn., or Texarkana, Tex., or a scnol-arshin most any other reputable buslne&s college or literary achool In the V. S. can be secured by doings. Utile work at home for the Youths' Advocate, an Illustrated journal. It Is elevating In character, moral in tone, and especially interesting and profitable to young lople, but read with interest and profit by people of all ages. Stories and other intereaiing matter well illustrated. Sample copies sent Agents wanted. Addreaa Youths' Advocate fret Pub. Co., Nashville. Tenn. Mention this paper I r, r'GOnlG rr" Y nicycle.aold Watch, 0 1 J 11 & Draughon'a $o.oo Practical PREUt INfJOLD, Diamond Lumucsj TIMi; TAlSI.r; 111 GOINO I. '. II, It. UKATKII KY. EAST. Local Freight No. 392 a 6 00 a, in. No, 222 a 1 02 p. m. Mall NO. 202 a 7 25 p. iu. Past Mail GOING WEST. S Bft Fast Mall .nii.,ii.i.i.,i.i.uiai.n.i.i No, 201 n 7 17 a. m. Mail No. 321 a 12 25 p. m. Local Freight No. 291 a 3 25 p. m. H. Merrick, Agt, Henderson route Louisville, Henderson and St. Louis Railway Company Time Card effective May 30, 1807. EAST BOUND No. 42 46 44 Lv, St. Louis 7:56am 8:55pm Evausville 6:50am 2:20pm 2:45am Hendetson 7:15am 2:46pm 3:10am Spottsville 7:38am 3:07pm 2:28am Owensboro 8:18am 3:44am 4:00am Hawesville 9:17am 4:40pm 4:50am Cloverpoit 9:45am 5:03pm 5:10am Irvlngton 10:45am 6:03pm 5:571m ArLoulsvllle 1335pm 7:45pm 7:30am WEST BOUND No. 41 43 45 Lv, Louisville 7:30am 4:50pm 8:23pm Brandenbutg 8:51am 6:09pm 9:30am Irvlngton 9:15am 6:43pm 9:52am Stephenport 9:51am 7:20pm 10:2 tarn Cloverport 10:1 iam 7:39pm 10:26pm Hawesville 10:35am 8:04pm 10:58pm Owensboro 11:35am 9'ospm :1:48pm Spottsville 13:17pm 9:47pm 12:23pm Henderson 12:40 loaopm 12:45pm Evausville 1:15pm 10:40pm 2:45pm Ar St.Louls 7:32pm 7.20pm All trains run through solid to Evansvllle. Through Parlor Cars and Pullman Slteper on all trains between St. Louis, Evausville and Louisville, No, 41 and 43 connects at Irvlngton for Fotdsville and dully evept Sunduy, PLEASE dlHflR fe.P p-.- st Haa. vEHv QV P CANDY CATHARTIC aHP uiiracuom ittiflOMUU HIL ' iJl-fL. WWII niwisju ?ifiaSK't p, UtCl-IO'vtI VB Vi A I JnT5TT.lt . W, v m Aiv -? aa J II Jincw.ow i3CtlJtti.JKiX Hnr-dlnsb- urg Kentucky Crop llriiirl. Itriuibllrnti inrluiilt)' In llciitiicWy Mr. Low the independent Republican Thr result was that Richard Crocker shall proolde that persons illiterate, The report for November Is made The trend of Democratic editorship and hts gang ot organized looters me blUd.or in any way disabled, may cand'dato for Mayor of Greater New 116 corin Kentucky exhibits the party danFRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1897. o 'ce mote In complete control of the hive I he ballots marked as herein re tip Irom replies received from York, nnr Mr. Tracy, tho regular New Yjtk city government, with Its quiied." respondents from Si counties. More ger under cxls lug conditions, nrd Republican nominee, indorsed neither enlarged area and authority. Offloo on Fox Stroot. The first election bill patsed nfter than the usual number ot counties points the way to Republican triumph t trial nnd test rrOTt nl in the elections ol 1898 and 19)0. Mr. Bryan or tho Chicago platform. Mr. Piatt closes his statement In the adoption of the new constitute n failed to report this mouth and the In regard to Hood's Barsparllla Jaf nrl Ittrry Krliliiy nl Ilnrllnril, 1(7 for this reason, cannot claim to Piobably ruthng more disastrous Tho figures show that tho voto polled these words of tiuth and wisdom: wai vetoed because it failed to provide could have hnpp-nr- d to the larger Editor. by Messrs. Low and Tracy was great JAS. A. ANDERSON 'The icpubllcan organlzition in for the marking: ot ballots for illiterate Lc as lull ns for former months Secured lijr a peculiar CoraMn-tloWitRAT The acreage reeded to putposesot the Keutuckv Democracy or than the voto for all tho other canNewYotk.in the city of New York persons, Proportion and ITocess Subscription, $1.25 por yoar waeai up to November tst, as com than its pettv victories f this jcar. unknown to others which words tho vote no less than In the country districts, In othor didates. naturally and actually produces at Hartford polled for tho two Republican candi- Is still powerful, earnest and devoted. II Yim liny n Ninirrr Newlnit Mnrliliif piredto acreage of 1S96, :s 90 per Iu well tnlniiiied quintets there Is J'ntcrcd at the post-offiYtitt get an up to date machine, ce as second class mail matter. it Remarks of correspondents to nluiiu over the r device dates and that too in tho face of tho In the mennce of another Utyanite built on honor to last a life time. dlcate thnt the present ncienge will be tbrit Is finding public expression by tliomandiof honest, Now York City has always campaign factional controversies will You get it at the lowest possible increased shot Id the which voluntary tcsUmonluls Tnu Fourth Congressional District fact that fei?ni pttmit in pleas lui Dtmicratlc lmrmony nnd soon be forgotton and Republicans price nt which such a machine can be naturally and actually produce been a strongly Dcmocratio City. of fall plowing during November. In the iinrthalii'L- - ml figures javo Hryan about 3,000 majority last will be Republicans again. I sold. Does that sound like an endorse Flguics on the number ol acres me how scanty is the Democratic ndvnn Jail and gavo Shacklclord about The outlook for Greater New York You will receive careful Instruction ment of Mr. Bryan? But that is not By united to U10 statements ol ,700 majority Ibis fall. Is gloomy, but lor Republican party Irom n competent teacher at your for this reason withheld until next tage In this State- - II it exijt.s nt nil. is tho great Democratdruggists all over tli country. month. Enotteh Is being confessed by Demaction ou tlic part of tbo Republicans all. Tammany in the state ol New York it was nev- home. In tlieso three points Hood's ic organization of Now York City, The condition of the ciop ns com- ocrats to make it clear that RepublicBarsaparlUa Is peculiar to Itself. vo can elect a Congressman next fall, er brighter. In the last election, You have a company behind It Did Tammany endorse Mr. Bryan with the exception of four counties, pared with avcrnge years is 62. On an prospects in Kentucky have never worth $50,000,000 and their guaran- November 1st, 1896. the condition been brighter than they are att'e Tin: Louisvillo Commercial baa been and the Chicago platform? No. On Ulster, Schoharie, Clinton, and tee is worth something. Enough Is being was 96. It is estimated that 16 per present moment. nnd lias como tho other baud it refused to do so. and the counties either comgreatly improved lately You have nn agent right ntyour printed by Democrat!; editors by way Butthero was an organization in posing Greater New York or itumed-- . door to sec after it, and supply you cent, ot the crop will have to be out straight Republican nud on the Rain fell throughout the state of nppeal for Inrui ny to show that first of December they will occupy a Now York City that endorsed Mr. lately adjoining it, every county in with needles, oil. etc. on the night of October 31st nnd there the demoralization in the Democratic That or. the state went Republican. Inter Is the best It Is tho One True Wood Purifier. building on Bryan and his platform. .handsome fourstory Yon will never reeret It, but will is yet time to resow should it be nec- raules has uot been cured by the re- PUIS aif the only pitta to take .Market Street and will bo tbo leading gnuization was known as the JefTer Ocean. like it more mid more as the) ears essary. wlthllcHHratUrtapwIlbk The pre- llOOU Only a small proportion of sults of the late election sonian Democracy, nud it nominated jiapcr in tho South. to cf hi; a om in o.vk day roll by. the crop is above the ground and In mature hilarity ol the Honorable Henry Goorgo as its candidate for Take Laxative Brorno Quinine Tab. OlIillrrrM In I'nliirril I'ihiiiIp Hood's Sarsaparilla is preptred by some places it is ;comiug up in spots Joseph CI ij Stiles Blackburn grates The defeated Democratic candi- Mayor,- - Henry Gcorgo died and bis lects. All Druggists rclund the monof the Fails ReportUdltor , unpleasantly upo.i tlie cars of the experienced pharmacists who know here nnd there through the fields. 6 6 mo. dates arc not tatislied at getting de son was nominated in his stead, Mr. ey if it fails to Cure. 25c. Hogs The condition ot hogs be- thoughtful Democratic tditois ol the er, addressed the eoloted voters of precisely the nature and quality ot all feated at the polls and havo filed no Georgo received tho pitiful sum of ing lattenedformarkct compared with State, nnd they are admonishing him Bourbon county just ns we would The tecent elections in ten states ingredients used. baby 15,000 votes. Thus wo havo a candiPlaying tho Mr Ilosley t.ajn: ticesof contest. the sUintkli for the those ol Ohio. average years is 87. The dry weather not to misti-kThe Republicans thought they dates endorsing Mr. Bryan and tho should, to nil thinking men, fore"The recent wholesale bribery ol act. Election .N'oilco, Tl.eie me bundled signs has been very unfavorable for feeding battle. receiving only shadow much lor the Republican par- Ohio County Court, were running against men who would Chicago platform, nnd the best results have not been sc pointing to Democratic npithy nna the negro vote should give occasion on for drawing the line in negro social Special Term, October 25, 1S97. whilo tho candidates ty. It is not necessary to call alter-ti15,000 votes, accept tho results manly. cured. Cholera is not prevailing to disintegration in this State. to the fact thnt internal discoid On this day John Campbell J.W. any great extent. who were opposed to him, or refused The opportunity of Kentucky Re- circles. Hiretolore the loafer, gniub-ler.e35 correspondents on account of federal patronage hi s convict nnd tbo protitute have WHERE ARE THEY ATP to indorsohim received 350,000 votes given rise to a division of sentiment Fields, L K. Herrel. Josias Chinn, report cholera, while 8j correspond- publicanism is for the increase of its Mont McKlnney, S. J. Ticbenor, et. ents report none. power nnd for wider public service. been given to.) mu li nense in negro where will the or more. That is the way New York Tho question ariso on the part of the true leadets from nl , presented iu Couit.a petition askBryau DemoCattle The condition ol cattle The party is neither dismayed nor society until it seems that the blame-lu- l free silver Democrats fiod themselves indorsed Mr. Brynn. principle, and those who would only ing that an election be held iu the Influence was spreading. is 86 Pastures failed in some sec- discouraged by the defeats it sustain'without the aid and assistance of the crats are welcomo to all tho encour- lend with selfish ends in view. Had "When the recent election was held It has every reason to they can get out of these It not been for t'aesc local eruptions town ofMelleniy, Ohio county, Ky., tions as early as September 1st, and ed this year. agement Populist? to take the sense of the legal voters since that time the condition has expect tint the nb'.e and honorable a vast number allow cd themselves to facts. There has always been n disposiin each oi the several states, there is of said town whether or uot spirituState administration now in power be penned up like hogs, they gave steadily fallen o IT, In other states wo find surprising no doubt but that states which have tion among prominent Populists to oi such ,'iepruvity that longer ous, vinous and malt liquors may will be succeeded by another ol Us condiHorses and Mules The "keep in the middle of the road ' aad Republican victoiies. Maryland will not returned overwhelming Republi be sold, bartered, loaned or borrowed tion of horses averages 87. The price choosing. In the Congressional ills, delays to purge colored secret, social Tbo electa Republican Senator to succeed can victories would have gone other-- . avoid all entangling alliances. therein, which petition was ordered ol young horses and mules has been tricts it will appeal to the intelligence and political orgatiizilion can not be disposition is moro pronounced now Gorman who for years has been a wise. But it is ever thus in elections filed, and the Court being sufficiently greatly affected by the increase 1 cost and honor nnd patriotism ol the peo ' delayed. The offi rial poll books should Tho result of the Democratic leader and ono ot their when no real national issue is at advised orders tint said petition be than ever bciore. otcarring through the winter and ple with absolute confidence that they be copied and compared "vlth the postake. They serve only as the arbU granted and an election for such purbest politicians. recent election shows that tho Poputhe demand that had sprung up lor will respond ' The choice of a Legis litical polls made by the Repub'ican They always New Jersey will elect n Republican trators of personal diflerences between pose be held in said town on Monday, this class ol stock ns well as the im- lature tint will elect n successor to organization and the "hog-pen- " fellists were betrayed. the men in charge of the local cam' the 27th day of December, 1897, in lows listed nnd expelled from all powill bo betrayed when they attempt Senator. provement in price li is disappeared. Senator Lindsay is Mr iu the luturc, A great "to do" is made over the paign and those seeking the manage-rae- all respects as the law directs. The man to make deals with tho Democrats. Sheep. Sheep sho.v a condition of far enough iu the future so that the sitions of rcspcctibility. at the coming national cams A copy attest: In making an analysis of the recent result in tho state of Ohio. Upon an nnd have withstood the trying development ol the p dicies ol the Re- who has no more pride and character 93 paign. The principles of the grand D M. Hockkr. C O C C. election we find that in counties where analysis of the election in Ohio for 30 condition probably better than any publican rational administration will than to be locked up and guarded is old party are too broad, are too liberBy Oscar Bishop, D. C. render luli'.e all cilcutaii ns mule up- ready to he hired to buru a barn or class of stock. there are Populists votes, Shackle years past it will bo found that the al to feel any just indignation over In Grayson Republicans have gained a great vicThe Drouth The drouth which on the bisis ol the piefcut situation. commit any other depredation. If in ford ran way behind. Pursuant to foregoing order I will the result. When the Ides of NovemTiic wise course of the N'ltiinal ad- the near future a feud should be startcause a poll to be opened in McIIenry ceded with the rain on night of Octo-Lc- r Bailey got a plurality of about 800 tory, It is a well known fact that in ber, 1900, shall have arrived, the per31st was, in extent of duration, ministration, the oppoitunity open to ed here between patties able to hire In Breckinridge oft years Ohio has gone Democratic sonalities oi today will have been ad- voting precinct on Monday, December Shackleford. over assassins, some oi the conveits to '$5 ore of the severest on lecord. Its ef- united party action, and patriotic All of this and for years has been represented by justed and the whole people will unite 27, 1897, to take the sense of the leho got 777 plurality. and board' would be ready to take a or peisonal ambitions to parare no a Democrat in the United States Sen- in proclaiming to the world the gal voters in the incorporated town fects on crops, however, was mitigatshows that the Democrats ed by the fact that it did not s ct in ty leaders, nrc all elements in the hand. We are reaching the culminaspirtu-OUate. This year however sbo has elect- grandest Republican victory since the of McIIenry as to whether where without Populists votes. vinous nnd malt liquors slnll until crops were saved or advanced to Republican hope and prospect ol vic- tion ol n fearful sowing. The crimidays of its inception. Populists are attack'ing Mr. Bryan ed tbo entire State ticket and a legistory in the next succeeding elections. nal clas in lloutbon county has been a stage where serious injury was imbe sold in said town as n demagogue and political adven lature that insures the election of a We call possible. The Cummerct.1l believes that the doubled at one fell stroke. With all the returns In at last, Mr. C. P.Kr.owN.SheriiTOhio Co. turerand it is absolutely certain that Republican Senator, In Kansas, Ne- Shackelford's plurality for Clerk of The western section oi the State leadership and the rank nnd file of upon those ol our colored race wbo Nov. 18, 1897. Bryan cannot get the Populitt vote braska and Colorado the Republicans the Court of Appeals is 17,326, and was the first to Icel its etTecLo.or to be Kentucky Republicanism were never would save n remnant ol respectabilii might as well be- have made surprising gains, ty to act promptly and decisively." again. Democrats more exact, a section a shott distance in closer sympithy than they arc over all Is 123. The rehis majority THE LATEST NEWS! In Kentucky alone the free silver turns to the secretary ol state may gin now to advotate Populist Docwest of the central poitiou of the It tor harmony and enthusiasm A llrnl ('iimrrli Cure. trines other than free silver if they Democrats seem to have gained make some change, but not a materThe 10 cent trial size of lily's Cream In BEAVER DAM is that Hocker State comprising a strip extending in the party conventions of i8gS and The ground. This is easily explained, be ial one. This is not such an overwish to hold the Populist vote. & Co's buyers have just returned from from Daviess and Hancock counties of succeeding years, nnd for a series Halm which can be had of the druggist is sufficient to demonstrate its Populists have a light to demand cause, first, there was a bitter faction whelming victory after all. The ma the City markets where he has been south to the Tennessee line. Here of substantial victories at the polls. in the Republican ranks, and second jority vote does not show so much the drouth set in as early as June 20, Louisville Commercial. great merit. Send 10 certs we will moro and they undoubtedly will. some extra BARGANS. the heated municipal contest in Louis- love for free silver or the Chicago picking up and the damage to theenru crop alone mail it Full size 50c. "Iliiljr ilm Urn" Our trado has been very excellent in is ville caused Democrats to vote tho platform as we heard about. KenTHE CONTEST. enormous, but iurtberwest the ear- Should be your motto when vou need BROS , 56 Warren St , N. Y. all lines, especially iu CLOTHING ly corn had reached Warra stage where a Jo B. VicKEiis, G. B. Likers, straight ticket. tucky will remain true in 1900. Catarrh caused difficulty in speak and WRAPS. These havo been go- fair crop was assured belore theeficct a medicine. Do not be induced to en" Taylor and H. T. Thompson aro take any substitute when you call lor ing and to a great extent loss of J.ouiloii J ml I c nl Humor. fast, because we have had an of the drouth was felt. ing very Gradually it Hood's Sarsaparilla Uxpericncc has hearing By the use of lily's Ctearn not satisfied with being defeated at Opponents of civil service have deMr. Plowden, .1 London police mag- immense stock, and peoplo have had extended cast until by August 20th proved it to lie the best. It is nn Balm dropping ol mucus has ceased, tho polls in the recent election, but termined that the next census afiords istrate, in his treatment of prisoners good chance to SELECT as well the entire State was within its grasp have filed notices of contest against a vulnerable point ot attack. The who come belore him recalls the late a honest medicine, possessing actual voice and iunrmg have greatly im Our and irom that date until October 3 isi and untqiulied asking bill providing for the census of 1900 lamented Patric Gauen Duffy, who as purchase what they want. opponents successful J. W. Davidson, Att'y at their merit. Be wi.se and proved that the will of the people be selnsidc will, it is expected, he introduced and for years brightened the police court now bargains are now coming iu and only local showers of the slightest profit by the experience of other peo-- . I.aw, Monmouth, III, is CLOSING Added to this pie. WEEK in character occurred. and that they be given tho offices for passed at the approaching session, of columns of the New York newspapers next week 10 Curs Contllpnlloa Vorerrr. Tnki C'.ucaiets Cundv Cathartic, loo ortSe. Here which we proposo to fit up at CUT extreme heat prevailed to such au ex defeated, clearly congress: One thing that has been with his philssophic humor. which they were Hood'a Fills nre the favorite family If Ci C. CI (nil to cure, druiinl'U rcfuod moneydefinitely determined by republican are the latest instances of "Plowdens RATES every young man who pre tent that streams and s, rings that cilh.iitic, trying to overido the decision of the eisy to take, easy to opersents himself for a suit or overcoat, were never known to tail before dritd ate. they senators who usually control their iana" reported in a London newspaIt shows clearly that people. party action in the upper house is and every young lady who wants a up nnd the water supply had become are Democrats for revenue and noth- that the next census bureau shall be per of last week. the most serious question that ever Mrs lleury Armendt,ol near to.vn, "Am I obliged to live with my wrap. Don't put off this purchase be"When a gentleman goes ing more. exempted from the operation of the mother?'' asked a small girl of four- cause the best bargains will be gone. confronted the farmers nnd citizens died at the home ofher daughter.ne.ar abide into a political contesthe should civil service law. Some senators have teen of the magistrate at Marylebone. Space forbids a list ot prices, but we generally cf Kentucky. Uclhabrn, in Daviess county, last by the honest decision of the people gone so far as to declare that unless The ground P. O. AUSTIN, M'g'r., "I am surprised that you should will say POSITIVELY that tho price to plow nnd early became too hard Sunday aged about 69 years, of pneuand accept tho result ho it good or the force of the census bureau is rewheat seeding came to a monia. She leaves a husband and a question." said Mr. Plow- will be made to suit the purchaser, in 531 west Mai'kot Stroot Bo Wo leased from the operation of the civil ask such standstill, except 111 cum and tubacco bad and not play tho baby act. den;" why do you want to leave her? ' suits from up to S23.00, and in land. Some early sown wheat found several children to mourn her loss. twnon 5th and Otb, noticed a larce number of coi- l- service they will filibuster against the have Mrs, Armcndt was a good christian "Because ofher drunken habit," ladies wrapt from SI. 25 to $15 00 sufficient moisture to enable it to tests before now and fiud that there passage of the bill providing for the replied the applicant. lady and will be greatly uiisscd !u Come and examiue this, will cost reach the surface where it was exposis not oue man in twenty who ever census enumeration. her community. "Of course live with yourraothei," you notbiug. ed to the burning sun and diyiug won an election by contest. counseled the magistrate. "Be thankBAKER (or Fifty Ccnl. In all lines we proposo to suit tbo winds for a period of iroui four to six liy Taintiiitiiy Won, They charge in their notice a large CuutKs: AND ful you have got one." Guaranteed tobacco habit cure makes wcul peoplo and we have arranged to reweeks, with what result cannot be men strong, uioou pure, sue, 11. All druvtrikis. I T. O. BAKER. Senator Thomas C. Piatt is rot number of things which nro not true, The small girl went away mutterceive from the peoplo their cash or told until recent rains have tuue to given to airing himself in pub-lic- ing e for instance that the voting place in much inarticulate protests, and a show what can be done in the way ol In fact no man of such long Bastlott's precinct had been moved laboring man took her place. their country produce, thereby enabhigh prominence in the whole The ling every body to provide himself reviving parched vegetUion. to n re and "My wife comes home tight two or from Bartlctt's schoolbouee country is less so. But he has so far Ifthoynecd wheat crop has been postponed to n three nightsa week," he began. "She with winter supplies. raoto placo over one mile away, when departed from his customary silence winter shoes and have not tho money time when n favorable winter w 11 be in fact the people of Bartlett's havo as to discuss at some length the part also throws lighted lamps at me. I required for un average crop and alnot been voting in that schoolhouse played by the Lowites in the recent bad to walk about nil night because I bring us a load of good shucked corn though many instanced may be cited and get shoes for the winter. for several years, and the voting placo Greater New York campaign. ' He was afraid to go in." wiieie wheat sown in this state as Come or tend us your orders. "Why do you come here?" asked was moved from a dwelling house, does not piopose the Republican orlate as November 20th has produced get courage?" HOOKER & CO which is now occupied, just across a ganization shall be held responsible His Worship "to to-d- ay good yields, the outcome of the wheat "If something isn't done I shall field about 300 yards. for the restoration of Tammany. ciopoi 1898 depends to an unusual leave her," resumed the distressed Hon. R. P. Horlcer, Beaver Dam, Tho wholo business grows out of That responsibility rests upon the extent upon a train ol iavotabie cirgave us a pleasant call es.terd.iy. husband, ignoring the question. Uulbs for Fall Plauting out of doors. not gel enough Low organization, the Citizens' un cumstances. tho fact thnt they did "And then she will summon you llulbs for Winter blooming in tho house. . votes to elect them, and if they had ion. It is now too late to expect any linii-- l Hi C'l II Mprvli-Hremarked Mr. for maintenance," into the Low What developed Plants for blooming duriiigtho Winter. they would have thought that it was In a private letter to a Wooifird benefit to pastures in the way of supPlowderly, rtilectlvely. Plants for decorating It is 11 great slam on movement dates back to last spring u iuir election. "Then what am I to do?" moaned county Republican, Congressman plying grczing, and feeding will have George M. Davidson, of the Eighth to be continued. In view of the contho houest election oflicers ol Ohio as n definite organization on a disBeuds for Full sowing out of doors. the applicant in nn ecstacyof despair. county for a set ot defeated candidates tinctly and resolutely formed plan of "The very best you can," replied Kentucky district, says he thinks tinued nmountol feed already expendSeeds for Winter sowing in tho house. independence; or. as Mr. Piatt fitly Congress will modify if not abolish ed in advance of the usual time when to allego fraud against them. the candid, diplomatically, and anothSend us 10c to pay postage and package ami wo will tend you 15 calls it, "go it alone policy." From civil service wit the coming session feeding begins it behooves us to pracAs toon as tho petitions ot the Demer discoutentcd suitor left the court. first to last it was with the Citizens' Selected Uulbs, or Six packages of Selected Flower Seeds, or six ocrat weio filed Estjr. J. A. Purk "I am subject to hysterics," plead- Mr. Davidson thinks action will be tice moie than the usual economy in union a game of solitaire. The Re(ceding during the winter. packages (all different) Sweet Peas, or all three collodions for 2Cc, li cd uotico of contest against J. P. ed Henrietta James, charged with be- taken not later thin December 10, but Lucas Moore, publican party was invited to dis- ing Mr. Purk would not have drunk. "I was ou top ol a 'bus, will be made in the existing law. Miller. Com'r of Agriculture. reene, H. Y. band fur the purposes of that election The Pantngrsph sincerely hopes our and the wind overcame me." filed his notice hud tho Democrats not or take to the woods and let the C U. Congressman is correct in his belief, Then you have a trying time be done so. His notice was prepared on make the fight. This tfie ratty as fore you," said Mr, Plowden, thinkRichmond Pantarapli. Saturday. Tho wholo thing will now an organisation to do, It ing cf the chill November blast electgo to the courts ami the oflicers could not do it without recreancy to un 4iu. "What will happen to you in a gale ed will 110 doubt servo tho people, ni its trust would Such abdication For a limited time 99 cents will piy HAVE OPENED THEIR of wind l shudder to imagine. You the courts will not override tho decis-sio- n never do- - It A'ould be oil act of pofor one dozen cabinet size photos at can go this time with a caution." ot tho people. Schroder's Floating Studio. litical suicide not to be thought of. Almost nuythlng short ot that the SOUND AND FURY. The gain of .1 Republican Senator Lowites could have had Mr. Low lit hi- li ea Tho great hur'ali laised by Demo- himself could have had the Republi in Maryland is one ot the pleading itirr nifir. features of the recent election, but crats ot free silver proclivities over can nomination for mayor, although 111 their supposed victories in, tho recent the leaders did mt take kindly to Sturgeon & Mclntyre carry n'jsma'l there is likely to be greater gains At pictient the elections is merely nouud and fury him. Groceries in connection with the contest ol "98 line of Republicans are not in a clear mu) ui In realities they signifying notbiug. Right ere is the very core of the their restaurant. Give them n call, ty in the Senate thought they have n havo gained no victories at all. whole matter. The Republican orgood lead over the Democrats alone, conference for Not only do they o'niiu victories', ganization invited a C'nii'l MiniiK llliclloii llalloi. One of the highest authorities in Murphy, of New York, and Smith, ol but the assertion is boldly made that making n ticket on which all forces could unite. Had Centucky on constitutional law said New Jersey, win itep out n year m d Mr. Bryan ami the Chicago plattorm been accepted in good yesterday that the proposed change a third hence, aic among the Demoot that iuviti-t.oAs a matter havo been endorsed. cratic Senatoni, vvh 111 all probabill fact neither Mr. Bryan 01 the Cliica-:- ) faith Van Wyck would have been de- in the election ballot, by which it was ty, will have Republican successor. illiterates feated, nrethe returns show. But this expected to dis'ranchhe platform havo been endorsed. overture was rejected, and its rejec- and thus ctcate u stimulus for educaLet us sees A greater change was tion was really the decisive point in tion, could not be made, The device imvloiii tho olecli'in 111 New Yoik the campaign. It 9 true that sub- might be lelt oil the ballot by legisA City and State than uWowlieic. sequently, a h n last resort, in the lative enactment, but it wonld be terifio Repub'ioau innjnity last year hope of harmony, it was proposed compulsory upon the election officers lurgo Democratic was changed that Mr. Lov md General Tracy to indicate to illiterates the place But what pan should both re' ire lrom the field and where they should stamp majority this year. did Mr. I3iy.ni play in this c'utige? Section 147 of the ConstituMon f let Cornelius Bliss, who has generally It goes without eiijiig that neither been known as nn anti-Pla- tt Repub- Kentucky, which related to electiot s promptly reliovoa tho cough, atopa tho tickling In tho throat, and lican, be put at the head ot the ticket, nnd registration, in conclusion proX3Q.. DP OMtX " QELST O 3Z tXL quiot and refreshing sloop. or ex Mavor Schroder, but no. noth- - vides that "The first General Asisem An olgant vehicle and good horso Him new OMNIBUS will meet all day trains at Heaver Dam. A bums wtiiKt mi tut ails. 11 j' lng would satisfy the Citizens' union bly held after the adoption of this lloit tijuU Hjrruu. Tx.nu Clout VmI I eave order at Fie d'l 1 iveiy Stiblf All order promptly attended to, guarantees a comfortable rltlo. HI short of the object submission of the constitution shall pass all necessary ll time. F.il.l br itruntil.ti. com r t arlet and I'uion Stro its, Usitforl,. Republican p.rty to its dlctitlon, laws to enforce thl provision, and Hartford Republican. X-- R Hri-rri- ays Cures 1st, Greatest Merit ce 1 Mtu-nti- on 2d, Greatest I 3d, Greatest Sales Nia-gat- Hood's Sarsaparilla u.il- e x nt I - 5H6 AUSTIN HOTEL $4-0- 0 Louisville, Ky. k. larch-rymos- ?CCI1Q ai plant: FREEE end Q&t&logue for Asking. 5hefASae:p(30., -- CASTOXUA. 1 tu Amrs Cherry Pectoral Size V '- f TO Price. fr- - r I HALF DOLLARS Royal nukn the food pure, wholesome and delicious. New shoes at Schapmlre's, Hand-made horse shoes atTweddell to-- Bros. v ' A WILL (JO AT FAIR & GO'S As far as one dollars go mi 0 POWDER Absolutely Puro ROYAl SAKJNS fOWOf CO., Good blankets 50c at Fair & Co's. Ladles capes lor 70c at J. E. Fogle & Co's. Mr. T L. Griffin was In Owensboro his week. New line ol gents underwear at Schapmlre's. Goad cotton jeans 10c at J. E. Fogle & Co's. Heavy cotton flannel 7cntJ E. Fogle & Co's. Mrs. C. F. Schapmitc is on the sick list this week. BOSTON'S GREAT PREACHER, The Rev. J. B. Brady, D. D. Advises His Many Parishioners to Take Paine's Celery Compound. at most stores, This is not simply chat to get your trade, but actual facts. Below we quote prices that down competition: Good to 4 gray bltnke'.s Good 10 4 white blankets l'.xtm 4 white blankets wool mixed blankets Iixtra 11-- hlw YORK. 50c 75 $1 00 I II 11 4 scatlet blankets 4 nil wool white blankets u4 50 a 00 $2 50 to 3 00 75C Good size bed comfort Good size sntinc covered comforts Good cotton jeans Heat cotton jeans Good nil wool jeans Good twilled flannel Good all' wool gray flannel Heavy medicated red flannel Good canton flannel $1 00 10c 15c 22c 15c 18c .. 23c 5c Sc Heavy grade cauton flannel Good domestic Good Good yard wide bleach Good turkey red table linen 5c 4 to 7c 5c 15c 5 . Apron check gingham Dress style gingham Flannelctts for wrappers Good calico All wool dress goods Roman stripe percals Highland plaid percals Men knit shitts Men heavy fleeced shitts Men fine Australian shirts Ladles fleeced vest Ladies heavy fleeced vest R. & G. Corset French woven corset Men good ptrcal shirts Men heavy jersey shitts Men Good boots Ladies good grain shoes Ladies better grade shoes rivited Sc 10c 4C 25c to $1 per yaid 10c 10c 25c 50C $1 00 19c 25c 85c 35c 48c Soc . . . . f 1 00 85c $100 Soc to $1 00 1 00 2 50 ". . Child shots Ladies good heavy cape nicclv ttimmed Men good overcoat Men good hats Men tourist hats, a corker Men nil wool suits Good Mcintosh coat Good Jeans pants 100 ., 5c 00 75c 4 00 2 s 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. Don't forget the place, 1 - f" i & FAIR. COMPANY, TDbLO F,tir Xe5tleirjs. 2t Good shirting 4c per yard at J. E. Fogle & Co's. Dtlng your FURS to Scliapmlrc. Mens heavy boots $125 at J E. Overcoats $2 50 at Falr& Co's. Fogle & Co'a Old Ky. Jeans 25c at J. IJ. Fogle & Best button shoes on earth for $( 8 Co's. at Fair & Co's. Dig line of Corduroy pants at Fair Men heavy overcoats for $2 55 at 7 &Co's. E. Fogle & Co's. Good cotton flannel 5c at J. E Fo by the bolt at Good Domestic gle & Co's. J E. Fogle & Co'3. Good twilled flannel 15c at J. R. Infants, misses and ladies union Fogle & Co's. suits at Fair & Co's. 3 nice bordered handkerchiefs 10c Hon. E. D. Gufly, Frankfort, is atat Fair & Co's. tending court this week. Red table linen 15c per yard at J.E. Big bargains in ladies fine shoes at Fogle & Co's. Schapmlre's this week. Prettiest line Misses jacketsin town Nince dress ginghams lor 5c per at Fair & Co's. yard at J. fi. Fogle & Co's. per yard at J. 36 in. percals for per Flannetts for wrappers at E. Fogle & Co's. yard at J E Fogle & Co's. Apron gingham 4fc per yard nt J. Childteu grain shoes ftom 65c to E. Fogle & Co's. $1 25 at J E Fogle & Co's. Take your eggs and feathers to J. We want n good correspondent in E. Fogle &C. every locality In Ohio county. Good all wool gray flinnel 170 at J. Judge C. W. Massie, Hons. Jo Noe, E. Fogle & Co's W. T. Ellis, Owensboro are attending Esqr. A, S. Aull, Auburn, was in court this week. town this week. For anything in the way ol sewing Hon. E. D. Walker was at Dawson machine supplies, call on or write to Springs this week. Gross Williams, Singer Agent. Ladies heavy grain shoes for $1 at Why ruin your sewing machine by J. E Fogle & Co's. using mean oil, when you can get the Bring your eggs and all country Singer Oil of Gross Williams? produce to Pate Bros. When in Hartford and you want a Attorney G. B. Phelps, Morgiu good square meal for 20c, call on town, was in town this week. Sturgeou & Mclntyre, on Market street. I want to trade a machine for corn, oats or hay. Guoss Williams. If you waut plain or fancy or toed Every lady that wants a neatly shoeing, or in fact any kind of horse shoeing call on Tweddeli Bros. Hart-lorttitutued hat, come to Fair & Co Ky. We pay the highest market price Sturgeon & Mclntyre have opened for all country produce at Pate Bros. up a restauraut and lunch stand in Remember Bullington will give the Bean building next door to Fair you a good sliave, hair trim or sham- & Co. and are prepared to furnish poo. meals at all hours. When you trade at Fair & Co's you Rev. E. L Carson and family of are trading with the LEADERS in Donnellson, 111., who have been visidry goods. ting relatives near Hartford, returned Don't fail to see Fair & Co's capes to his home this week. they are the cheapest, they ate the Photographer A. D. Taylor has reprettiest. turned trom Dawson nnd will be Tweddeli Bros, for all kind ol fouud in his gallery here in person blacksmithing, horse shoeing and every Monday and at Beaver Dam the balance of the week. For Shoes, Hats, Ties, Shirts, ColWe have asked several of our sublars and Culls, call at Schapmire.s scribers to help us out this week by Shoe Store. remitting what is due on subscription. We trust they will make a ready reMiss Carrie Cox, Stanley, is visiWe need the money owing ting her sister, Mrs. M. L. Heavrin sponse. us on subscription. this week. Sec Fair & Co's Mclntoshes. 4c 7c 3c d, The Rev. James Boyd Brady, pastor of the People's Temple, in Boston, presides over the destinies of the largest Methodist church in the country. Big, candid, that he is, Dr. Brady has built up the Temple financially and numerically, and he is the pastor of a flock Scotch-Irishmay Remember Bullington when you Attorneys B: L. Kelley and S P. want u good shave Robey, Fordsville, are attending Kont When you can Own? Remember we need that little sub court this week. nnd have You rent year niter year, Call in Fatten your hogs and save corn by no farm when you get through. The scri'itton account you owe. farm and fix it up. using International Stock Food. For landlord has jour money aud the nt the end of the year. We ofler jxu For the best attention nn'' a good sale by Pate Bros. Ohio River Bottom land, In Ballard square feed for your horse, patronize Miss Ella Gilpatrick, of Boston, county, one of the best counties In Field's Livery Slable. Mass., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. reasonaKentucky, on the following All persons knowing themselves to G. B. Williams this week. ble terms: be Indebted to me by note or account Hon. C. M. Batnett has moved bis 50 acres at $14 00 per acre . $700.00 will please call nnd settle same, and law office irom over the Ohio County so.oo Cash greatly oblige, Bank to the Rkmbucan office. First year 50c per ncte . . . 25.00 8 tf D. M. Hockkr, C. O. C C, Second year, $1.00 per acre 5000 International Stock Food will save 100.00 Third year, $2.00 per acre . you big money if led to your fattenSullltiin'it I.ost elloKl" 125 00 The fitst cortect copy of Sir Arthur ing hogs. Fer sale by Pate Bros Fourth year, J2 50 per ncre 150.00 Sullivan's great song, "The Lost Fifth year, $3 00 per acre . We trust our friends will get a hus200 00 Chord," ever printed in America, diSixth year, $3,00 per.acrc . tle ou themselves and send us the from the composer's own hand, rect news Irom every section ol the counTotal cost ol 50 ncres . . . f 700.00 will appeal in the Christmas number This land produced the past season of The Ladies' Home Journal. Over ty. of 1S96, 80 bushels ol corn per ocre, his signature Sir Arthur Sullivan Mrs. Ambrose Miller and Mrs. nnd 5 nctes of Early Rose Potutoes states that of the millions ol copies of Ward, of near Beda, visited the famiprodcued 2,000 bushels, or 4ko bush,'The Lost Chord" sold in America, ly of Mr. F. V. Barnett, near Stanley, to acies ol Prior nil are incorrect, and that this is the last week. els to the acre. Tobacco madenn average ol 1,200 first accurate copy ol the song ever pounds to the acre, which brought In prepared by him, or for which he ever Wanted To give lease on 150 the mnrket $5 for lear nnd lugs; tf received a penny of payment. The acres of Green River botton land. acre ol late cabbage brought $50, sold complite music and words of Sir, Ar- Call on or address L. P. Downs, South at Cairo 15 3t thur's copy of the song, expressly Carrollton, Ky. Vou can raise twice ns much on a prepired for The Ladies's Home Mr. J no. T, Moore, assistant cashier triwl hnttnm farm as in the hilK and Journal, will be given. of the Bank of Hartford, is on the I your land don't wash away or wear sick list this week. Mr. W. G. Hard-wic- k out. is assisting in his place. There has been no drouth in Hal. The more 1 see of these cheap, mid crops hip lard county this jt-a-r sholdy Sewing Machines the more I y e.ir. splendid. They ate goiil cve-am In love with the Singer. RememWe have good farms lor s ile tin ber Gross Willlans Is the only agent long time at bargains In Davi- n Ohio in Ohio county. countien cbeapir'lttn EMULSION nnd McLean Will SCOTT'S . . Everyone desltcs to keep informed on Yukon, the Klondyke and Alaskan gold fields. Send 10c. for large Comcolor map to Hamilton Pub. Co pendium of vast information and big , Ins dianapolis, Ind. - Many lives under the needless ins Miction of iudigestion, nervousness, constipation, aud general weakness, and endure the consequent loss of health withoutconsidering how easily the cause ol all this illness might be remedied. Needful nerve and tissue nourishment is at the bottom ol all permanof 1700. ent building up of the health. Dr. Brady devotes himselt with unPaine's celery compound looks out flagging courageto anything he un- for the insidious weakening of the dertakes The chief characteristic of nervous system through malnutrihis ministry has been progress, in tion. It gives a healthy tone to the number, financial condition and mor- stomach, increases the blood supply, al and spiritual growth. He is a man quiets and equalizes the irritated of plain, but vigorous words. So nerve action and promptly feeds the much has been said and written about tissues when the bodily vigor is at its Dr. Brady his work, his progressive lowest ebb, and should not be further methods, his eloquence nnd his power taxed. as a minister, that the following let The only cure, there, for rheumater from him will be convincing and tism, neuralgia or general debility helpful to many persons besides the that is lasting iu its good elTcts must large number who are every rest on n radical cleansing of the Sunday influenced for good by his blood and a building up of the nerpowerful preaching. He writes: vous tissues. All this 13 best done by paine's celery compound, because Boston, Sept. 27, 1S97 Paine's celery compouud, if widely this remarkable remedy begins at the and wisely used, would relieve ner- beginning, wheiever there is disease, vousness, soothe restlessness, reduce and establishes the health firmly and sickness, strengthen the body, invig- beyond any fear of falling back. person who cannot The worn-ou- t orate the mind, and add years of hapsleep should take Paine's celery compiness in life. pound. It is folloy to imagine that JAMES BOYD BRADY, every hour taken from sleep Is an Pastor People's Temple. The following persons have paid their subscription since our last issue: J. S, Allen, Batzetown; J. W. Benton, Beda; Rev. E, L. Carson, Donnellson, A dead man was found near Reyi III ; J. A. Duff, Sulphur Springs; Police Gentry Yates, Obed Chapman, Halt-lord- ; nolds Station last Sunday, J W. Baker, Render; C. T. Bats Judge Key, of Fordsville, empanneled nard, Beaver Dam; J. W. Whitting-bll- l, a juty and held an inquest over the Fordsville. remains. He was an entire stranger, no one knowing anything about him. He was lying near the railroad and from the indications he had been dead about a week. nourishment. Both may be supplied and a healthy condition insured by using Paine's celery compound. The stay and staff of bound health is well nourished and well regulated nerves. Sufferers fsom sleeplessness, nervous dyspepsia or headache may be sure that every reservoir of nerve force has been tapped and exhausted by work, worry, too little sleep, or faulty nourishment, because of poor digestion nnd assimilation. As soon as such sirns of nervous cshaastion are noticed, shaky hands, broken sleep, poor appetite, wasting diseases, neuralgia or dyspepsiB, take advantage of the remarkable restoratine and regulating action ol Paine's celery compound. Nervous disorders increase in a sort of compound ratio. It is a thousand times easier to put a stop to nervous debility in its earlier stages than later on to correct nerve and brain exhaustion, that may be complicated by heait, kidney or some other organic trouble. Paine's celery compound must not be confounded with any of the plausible sounding, bnt really temporary makeshifts, whose cures are never permanent nor thorough going, aud only bring deferred hopes that make the heart sick. Paine's celery coin- pouud is the greatest nerve and brain hour undermines The man or woman who does nut health gained. Nothing loss of sleep. Invlgorator and most reliable blood and energy like take time to get well will sooner or The netvous sastem suffers as much purifier the world has ever been later have to take time to be ill. from lack of sleep as from lack of blessed with. CIRCUIT COURT Oponod Monday for a Throo Wooks Term. Consumption - -- anyone ers. bIm H' -- exchange' any fit m el yhive U'e wil ir tit1 1 53 acres. 4 iiiI'ch Irnm II.u f "I " Owentboto rond, lor sale .it $1 pet For pUt and tur'hrr p.ilicu' r ap ply L. Freemin 1. 1 'c cv r Hank Commerce, or M11 A 0ii-lMMt, acre Wi I r JI4 Thud . St eft mix K' I " Krerrlioilr Bayi So. Cnscare t Cninlv CnUunllv, tlr moil won-dcifmedical illvmonrnf llio uko, pleasEontly ant nnd rorrvaliimj tn tuu lame, anbowels, and positively on kldiwtii. Ilviriiml e'oljI, eleaiiMin; tliu oiitlto mntiin, ciiinlidiiiliialii'. rover, Imiillniil rniisllpallou liny ami try a box and lil lninnon. I'lrn Wold ami of p. (1.0 toiluvi in, guicuiitoul to ruie by till druggists, cure consumption ? Yes and no. Will It cure every case? No. What cases will It cure then? Those In their earlier stages, especially In young neonl&. We make no exac-gerated claims, but we have positive evidence that the early use of 0- 12 FOOT GOAL. g $ At In 70 Feet Ground. Under Scott's Emulsion Two Miles of Hartford. illl s'limii. i of Cod-ll- vr oil with Hypo-phosphit- es r ! 'i i:xiiiiy roMm One white co.v with small horns Oi e d dark red ears, i inmaiked and white spotted steer. 3 yeunnl long horns, marked crop its right enr At" crop and unrferblr In left ear one finding them please nldtess ir bring them to Lwrence Da iel, O 0 . ton, Ky , and receive piy for it X n Rouble i- - of Lime and Soda In these cases results in a positive cure to a large number. In advanced cases, however, where a cure is impossi remedy n ble, this should be relied upon to pro long life surprisingly. well-know- Mr. Eldy Ward, living about two miles West of Hartford, Ins struck a vein of coal 12 leet thick at a distance It is a of 70 feet under the ground. fine .vein and would yield an abun dance of coal, It was fouud in digging a well on his farm this week. The pattlcles brought up bIiow it to be ol the b.st quality aud from the indications it is found In abund-nr- ce toe inJ jba. all dnJiftttta. er . . umi. ... att Ann......-- , rh.mliti. , Xiw York. ( Ohio county is tich in her mineral the hand ol I roductx and only ueeda industry to develop her resources Citcuit Court opened Monday with Judge W. T. Owen on the bench and Commonwealth's Attorney Rowe on hand to look alter the evil doers: The following named gentleman compose the Gtand Jury for the present term: John T. Hocker, J. M, Rhoads, F. G. Willis, James M. McCrocklln, F. J. Brown, Albert Wlgglngton. A. A. Biyant, J. Ham Sliultz J. C. Iglehart, II K. Shultz, G J. Maple and C. A Kelley, Foreman, The following named gentleman have been empaneled as Petit Jurors for the present term: R K Williams, L. S. Smith, (. M. Hlpsley, James Bullock, Alex Carson. W P Render, J. A. Tichenor, D. C. Godsey. Marion Yates, R. 1). Helsley, Pat Chapman, H. Whittlnghlll, J. B. Brown, J John Hoagland, J. L. Massie, S. O. Fogle, J R. Marray, JoelSapp, Virgil Bishop, Chas. W. May and John J. Smith. All the Commonwealth cases ou Tuesday docket were continued except the following: Com'th. vs James McGill, charged with petit larceny judgment fixing a penalty of thirty days In Jail. Com'th vs. D, A Kojal. charged with assault demurred to Indictment sustained and case dismissed. The lollowlng cases were filed away with leave: Com'th. vs. Gilbert Taylor. Com'th, vs. Henry Maddox. Com'th vs. Ben Harris Com'th. vs. Tobe Midklfl. Com'th. vs. 0 E Sandusky. Com'th. vs. Lew Keownand George Eskrldge, plea foimer trial and dismissed. A Compniilnii I'or All Agtn. Mrs II. F. Armendt died Sunday A gentleman who used to read The morning at the home of ner Youth's Companion when a boy, and Mr. II. A. Becker, at Habit. reads it with the same interest now She was butied Monday afternoon at that he is a middle-ageman, was the Bethabara burying ground. She asked the other day it he had uot was 69 years of age, aud was a well outgrown The Companion. "I don't beloved woman. Sbeleave a husband believe," said he, "that I cau ever nnd seven children. The latter are: outgrow it. I find in it not only the Mr. L. B. Becker, Habit; Drs. L. G. cheery, hopeful bpirit of youth, but and W. B. Armendt, ol this city; Mr. bad to buy a sewing mas the wlbdom and expeiience of age. A. J. Armendt, Texas; Mrs. John Isn't it chine in haste aud repent at leisure I like it just ns much ns when I was Burton, Ohio county; Mrs. Maty like a good many ol ourcounty people a boy, though peihaps iu a different Hcnshuw, Ohio county, and Mrs. To be on the safe way. But I know tnat the same Lauia Ryal, of Hartiord. Her bus-- , ate now doing? Singer Irom Gross Will- Youth's Companion with which I band, Mr, Henry F Armenct, resides aide, get a grew up, for my boys and girls like it i.t Hurtlord. Messenger. iams, as well as ever I did, It is a good paper to grow up with " The Youth's Companion will con-tii- n the best thought of the best OF MI880URI, thinkers of America and Europe durby Dr. Mllet1 Cured of Heart Olteat New Heart Cure. ing 1898 It will print serial and son-in-la- A croup Mrs. Kate Etter Cure a mother Is looking for; something absolutely safo and roliable, that will disarm hor terror of that dread rattling, strangling cough, so fearful to tho mothor, so fatal to tho child. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral fa a croup euro that can bo rolied on. Thousands say so. Is what many Mas. W. . short stories of absorbing interest, and true tales ol adventure. The various departments of the paper will be a current record ol the best work tuat is bein done in the world. Press ent leaders of The Companion who reAew their subscriptions, and all new subscribers, wilt receive free a beautilul illustrated calendar, printed in twelve colors, and embossed in gold. It Is the tidiest and costiliest calendar ever sent to Companion subscribers. New will receive The Companion every week trom the time the subscription is received uatil Jdnuary, 1838, aud then for a lull year to Januiry, 1899 An Illustrated prospectus of The Companion for 1898 in ty b: had by sub-cribe- J. Dickson ("Stanford Ereleth") witoa from Truro, N. S. : "That terror of mothers, tho startling, iS5 H&s S eroupy cough, never alarmed mo so long aa I hid a bottlo of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral In the house." "We have wed Ayer's Cherry rectoral la our family for years. Once when our boy had a severe attsok of croup, we thought that he would die. Cut we broke up the attack by using Ayer"i Cherry rectoral." It. IL COX, rhuchevillo, La. addressing Pkrrv Mason 305 & Company , Columbui Ave I'nrni fur Poor-hous- Boston, Miss. Nitln. e Ayer's Cfterrij Pectoral is put up In prico BO conts. half-slz- o farm will be ofiered for sile the 1st Mond ty in December at the couit house door, to highest bidder. The committee reserves the tight to nje-c-t all bids. 17 COMMITTMB. Apaitofthe bottles at half mm '"AlfS and WMiter ItiMtt cured at homo without 1 a. Hook ol cnt I'll fcll, II.U.UOOI.UY.M.U. Ota, UuTOUiCU Itfi II. 1'fjor tit with my itomach and kidney, and a great atlUctton to unnerved mo that my condition becamo alarming. The telegraph brought a prominent phyilclan In a consultation which resulted In no benoflt- - I went to Wvnmlna fnp rhancfi of cllinato without Deneni, wag urougnt back to Atculiou wliero 'Dr. nuKfij worked with me night and day to' keep mo alive to rcacn my friend hero. My heart 1 became o bad that my aif rtowm bjh frlendi gavo up all linnn. t tieiran taking Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and Nervine alter u nately nnd was rcstorea to ueauu. months stneo and I am perfectly well." I)r. Mllea' Itomedlca are told by all druggist under a positive guarantee, first bottle benefits or monoy refuuded. Uoole on Heart and Nerve sent free to all appllcuuU. Hit. MILES MKWOAICO., KUbatt. Ind KATE ETTnit wroto from Neosho, Ma, In March lit-- "Two yean nso 1 woe severely troubled fl ?H rMtor. Jl Hartford Republican, . l'KIDAY, NOVItUUKK. - 'bowl fre'h cowon ,mnd wl,cn rUie 19, 1897. uiri nmi iioincuiiiU, Don't discourage the gir.s when they nre learning methods of housework by confining them too closely to the prescribed methods. Let them ititioJuce new systems in the kitchen if they like. Let them workns they will so long ns thiy do it thorottghlj. Don't think that because you were taught to iron pillow slips on the wrong side they must necessarily do so loo. Often the girls go out more than the mothers do and in visiting the variotts homes nmong their girl friends they have nu opportunity of learning how other people work. Jinny of our daughters leave home and Mck emplojmcnt in mills and stores, in fact take nuy work that is offered them nt small compensation rather than atay nt heme where they must go through the dull routine of housework. If the home work was managed so as to give each member of the family time for the development of dormant tastes and talents, fewer girls would leave the comfortable homes nnd the privileges which they might enjuy under the parental roof, for the mon otonous liie in stole or factoiy The girls should be taught very early in their lives th.it housework 13 not so unpleasant nn it is ollcn px tured, nnd il tiny nre allowed to ex pcriment and ure lluir own jttdg-- . ment to n certain extent, even when they are quite young, they will soon learu to take a satisfaction in all the results of their experiments thit will make them in love with tluirwoik. They will discover late tint our s are those who happy know how a home must be mn and even It they need not do the actual work, they must know how it should be done, and how to superintend it. home-maker- - ' young lambs are nopcarlug A Tew drinks of the new milk may save many n lamb. Later In tlie season preparations should be made tor good SUpn1y of cabbage nn i turnips for the flock. These are tor next winter's feeding, when they will go lar to keep the flock healthy. It is n wise pre caution to separate the lambs from the oldei sheep ns soon as possible, to avoid the Infection of the young things by the numerous parasites carried by the old sheep. These, by their greater natural hardiness, do not suffer Iroui them as the weaker lambs will. Some ewes are poor milkers, for, although the feeding may be the same, some will milk better than others. But we may be su c the milk is made from the lood, and some extra good feed may help the ewe to do better. This is a point to be taken note of by the shepherd, so that the less productive ewes may be helped out with a more liberal supply of feed. Alternate pustures nre a great help to the flock. Sheep love change, and naturally are wandering in their habits, A freshened pasture, therefore, will greatly help them ns a change now nnd then Journal. .... Causes lutljrlwlillio sickness In the world. It retains the digested food too Ions In the bowels and produces biliousness, torpid 'liter, lnU- - Constipation WHEAT AND SILVER PAHT COMPANY. (Adapted from 'TacM About Money," by Prof. J. Laurence Laugtitln. t LlSiVttBJtil'&LAHY.rlliln" gestlon, bad taste, coated & tongue, sick headache, In omnia, etc. Hood's fills cure constipation nnd all Its results, cajlljrand thorough!)-- . Wc AlldrugglsU. rrepared by 0. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Masi. The onlj rills to take-- with Uood's Sarsaparllla. Hood'sf Wjf General Directory. STATn OPPICIAM. SEE 'ill -- nil Ilia) Mm Wm WS GASniRiA AYcgclaMcFrcparalionror As- THAT THE V. FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF similating UicYood mulllcg ula ling IlicSloinnths Qiul Dowels of jgEgSBKaBCTmraa PromotcsDigcsllon,Clicctrut-ncssnntlRcsl.Conlalris Governor William O. Bradley. V. J. Worth Lieut. Governor iiigton. Becretaryof State Charles Finloy. Attornoy General W, 8. Taylor. uditor Samuel H. Stone. Treasurer Geo. W. Long. Commissioner of Agriculture, Hornml Statistics Lucas ticulture Mooro. S2 tAfJ& neither 0 Ir JsAfGCdn f?-- - Not KAitc otic. Ojiium.Morpliinc norMncral. IS OIT THE itVcsoui)rs.wviimaim JtrvmuAt WRAPPER OF EVERY Superintendent Public Iustruction-Gc- o. M. Davison. Register Laud Office Chas. 0. Reynold. Insurance Bureau Coramissioner-- D. V. Comiugorc. -- ft'rmftJ Ancrrcct Tlcmcdv forConslina lion, Sour Stomach.Diarrlioca, Worms .Convulsions THE KLONDIKE AVALANCH .FcNxnsn-ucssundLoss- BOTTLE OF Sleep. toltlts oalr. It OiitotU li pet np In cn-iIs not soil la balk. Ion't llcv snjcti to nil jroa sajtUsg tin oa tto pltk cr promlw tbit It ." is "Juit ss good" and "will tniwer tury " B Adjiitnnt General U. R. Collier. Stato Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown Day. tlAir.KOAl) COMMISSInNUItS. Tac Simile Signature of ' TTTT1 vJSuSnIfi w J no C. Wood", chairman; J. F. Dompsey, II. S. Irwin. Secretary Samuel i NEW YORK. , Brown. CONOr.ESMON'AL. Senators Buy. Hon. William C. Liud- - SifelMi; EXACT COPTOr VTtAFPCR. that yen get Hmi. W. Representative Fourth Hon. D. H. Smith. Apply Into the nostrils. 1 1 la qnlckljr absorbed. 60 cents at Srntplits or by mall ; samples 10c. by tnalL ELY BKOTIlEltS, 6 Warren St., New York City. J. Deboe, District ELY'S CltEAM nAtH Isnpoalttvectire. STATE LEOtSLATOHE. Scuntor Hon. A, D. James. Representative Ohio County Hon, C. M. Baruett. IlncklFii'H The Best Salve in the wot Id lor CIRCUIT COUIIT. Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens Rheum, FeverSores, Tetter, Chapped boro. Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Oweusboro. Piles, or no pay required. It is T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. or money refunded. Price 25 cents . j.HCiiirt'r r. i.iiujvr. B. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner For sale by Williams & Enterprise: A lawyer at Bell. Lebanon Hartford. yr. 13-- 1 Carabellsville last week received n G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund much needed lesson, which is to be Hartford. for Fifty Cents. Guaranteed tobacco habit cure vialccs weak Cal. P. Keown, Sheriff-Hartf- ord. hoped will be remembered with profit, men strong, blood pure. toc.tl. All druggists. Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford not only by him but by other memArpiiI Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. WmitKl The trial of bers oi his profession. juvenile Holiday and Stands Bishop, Centertown; S. T. Stevens, & N. For the some petty cases against the L ard Subscription Books, by the W. Cromwell. Railroad was in progress, and Engl, Court convenes first Monday in B. Conkey Company, the largest pub& O. branch, neer Meals, of the C lishers and manufacturers of books March and August and continuesthree gave some testimony which did not May and in the United States. Finest line of weeks, aud third Monday in please the opposing counsel. Conse. November two weeks. new holiday and other subscription COUNTY COURT. quently whin the lawyer rddressed Also agents books on the market. John P. Morton, Judge Harttord. the jury, he made Meals the target wanted for "The Silver Side," the D. M. Hockcr, Clerk Hartford. for considerable abuse, saj irg that he on the sillatest and best text-booE. P. Ncal, Attorney-Hartfo- rd. belonged to the railroad company; Court convenes first Monday in ver question by the greatest silver that the uniform he wore showed each month. leaders Exclusive territory. Latest that he belonged to the railrord, body commissions. Prices below compeQUATtrEniA count. and soul, and more to the same efiect. tition. Write at on:e for circulars Begins on the third Monday in In the midst ol this tirade Meals and special terms, stating yourchoice January, April, July nnd October. COURT OK CLAIMS. ol territory, sprang forward, and with V. B. Conkey Company, Couveues first Monday in January, eyes, commanded thelawyerto desist. 34t. 343. 347. 349, 351 Dearborn and Tuesday after the secjud Monday "My clothes are paid fur," said Meals Street, Chicago, Ills, in October. "which is more thrm I can vouch for OTnER COUNTY OrFICERS. regarding yours." In a few rapid, G. S. Fitzbugh, Surveyor Sulphur energetic words, he called down the Springs. Courier-Journ- al N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. lawyer, and appealed to the judge. Z. H. Shultz, School Supt. HartThe latter agreed w ith the witness ford. that the lawjer had gone too far. L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Seme of these fine days, some one 81.50. Springs. of these lawjers who would not dare Poorhouse C. R. Campbell, to use such language out ol the court TOio can think Keeper, Hartford. Wanted-- An iamr aim Die Idea tblDjf to patent? JUSTICES' COURTS. raom, but who take nd vantage of Protect your Idtast thr may bring you wealth, A. S. Aull March 3, June 1, Septheir position to bsdgcr and insult a onto WaihlDjttoa,.&uuTi n dwii.i aicut &u D. c , for ttietr 4I.GUI prUO offer sen. tember 1, December 1. witness, will tackle the wrong man, and Uit or two tmndnd luTeatlo&a wanted. Jont B. Wilson March G, Juno 5, and may not get oil even so well as F. H. HEAVRIN & CO., Pitor's September 4, December 4. did their Cnnpbellivillc brother. 12, C. L. Woodward March Juno 11, September 10, December 10. The principal religious denomina- G. S. HALEY. Jab. A. Bowuo March 20. June tions in this country, including the F. H. HEAVRIN, J lorua19. September 18, December 18. Catholics, the Baptists, Presbyterians, B. F. Gravis March 25, Juno Methodists, Episcopalians and 20, September 23, December, 24. -- NEWform the subject of a Edacato Your novels With Cui.arets. suits oi papers soon to appear in Candy Cathartic, euro constipation torcter. lOc.tSo. It C C.C. rail, druggists refund money I'rank Leslie's P pular Monthly. Thesepapers will describe the history, THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE 701 to 715 W. Market St. growth and present stiudiug ol the dillereut denominations, nnd will be LOUISVILLE, KY. Lung Troubles and Consumption can prolusely illustrated The first artibe cured. cle, to appear in the December numRates $ 1 .00 por day. ber, will be about "Ihe Baptists" by Reduction by tho tho wook An Utulnent Kew York Chemist and General T J. Morgan, of the AmeriScientist Makes n Free Offer can Baptist Home Mission Saciety. to our Readers. Street cars from nil depots pass the - llllllN Oil t'tOlllli;, door. In center of wholesale nnd to-- i Young animals cannot digest solid Thi rlUllnffiitshpil New York Cheru 11 ly bacco trade, ist, T. A, Slocum. demonstrating his food until they have their grinding discovery of a reliable and absolute IJrciil JIiimu Dllir. teeth trough It will be wise to avoid Send us the names and addresses ol cure for Consumption (Pulmonary feeding joung lambs any grnin until Tubcrcii!osit-)iinall brorclii.il, throat, tluy are thus f r advanced, sajsthe three or more performers 0:1 the piano lune nnd chest di.easis, stubborn or organ together with ten c?nts in AuHiicrn Shtep Breeder. A liti'e cubits, c.itauhal nfRctiun", t and wetkn'h'", hiss of flesh, meal salted, nny be givin, however, silver or postage uni we ill mail aid condition "J w'Htiinr, away, wil by the had, to tame them su'd pre you ten pieces full rhect music, conwndTriKKKFRHK llOiTLES (il pare them for tiling in this way by sisting of popular songs, wiilizps, diflcrent) ot his New l)iovtry to anv marches, etc., nrrarsgrd for the piano nr d by. It is a r,o inn ; to hnve a nfllicted reitdrr of Tun Ri'.rum.iCAN at.d organ. Adilrcts: -' - wri'ina far them. Poi'ULAu Music Pun Co , His "New Srieniific Treatmfiit" Indiinapoli", lud has curtd ilvuanrts perm.itieiillv by 15 St hiiiI he considers it a its tiitiflv roit duty to sulltring simnle prfft-siona- l nua GNE OF TWO WAY?. liitmttiilv to don.it a tiial ol his in fjllible cure. Of 3 Scit-ncdally develops new won H Tl,e bladder was ceated lor Mie tiers, and llusguvit theinist, patientall the pain urp"e. imniely, a rtceptdcle lor the ly ixptrimi-ntlHsndslcknessfrom tor enr(, has pn urine, aud a such it is tint liable to (luted s bificid t'i 1iuiumii which women any form of diwi' except by or e of ly i can be claimed 'iv nny mdci' suffer Is caused two wajB The first way is from im. ' gtniui ss't-rtnithat lurglrouh by weakness or perfect tictiou of the klrliicxs The Ics ind conduit' ption tire curable in derangement In second way is trout ctrelas hcdl nny cliuiau-ipioven by "heartielt the organs of treatment ul other diseobrs. of grHttimle.'TiUd iuhisAmer ' lttttrh menstruation. cinr.i' causk and Uur prati labor itmles in Nearly always Unhcnlthj urine frtmi unhealthv thousand from tho.e cured in all when a voman Is not well thess ul l.laitdcr prts ol the w. rid kidnejsis the chit I tioubles, Su the womb, liU- - Ihe organs are alfected. But when Mtdicul iispett.s corceie that br n bladder, wns cicatcd tor out- - purpose, ' chial, chest and lunu trnublen led to they are strong and healthy a and if not doclnrrtl t' much is not Consumption, which uninterrupted woman Is very seldom sick. liable to weakness or diren'-f- ui'i il uifiinr. f. peed y nndoeatUiin dei'll MSELREE'5 in raiy c.iten It UMttiited luck of Sitnulv write to T A .Slocum M close Mitet, New m .uid v?ry p.iin, to Ihr b'aililt-r- the c C , 98 Pineniid txpitss Yoik, uivi-nil'u foie nn( illsf.tM' or luriinveii addrtss, postotlice ience umnlfettidin the ki1i'tts IiroI: the free me Heine will be pinitipt blatUler tr tiiinHt) pMhvie i" "lien sent ndvm Rufleiers Is nature's provision far the reguby mistake, utirbiitcd to foil ,le tae ( his gintrous proposition lation of tha menstrual function, wfakiiesRdl womb titmb'c m shiiio It cures all " femals troubles." It Pleatf tell Ihe Doctor that you n.tw Is equally effective, for the girl In sort The tirr.r iv t.isil mnrit-nn- d his ofi-- r in the Kni'uin.iCAN her teens, tho young wlfo with domay t e as easily molded To find H mestic and maternal cares, and out corn ctlv, yum uiinr ti.si.H. I r the woman approaching the period twenty four hi urk: a Milnntnt rt known as tho " Chang? of Life." tlhii! indicntes Vulniy or ld.rd-They all need It, They are all trouble The mild and Ihttxtix.r benefitted by It. dinnry elTtct nl I)r Kilmtr's hwansp-Roo- t, nnd the great kidiu, nnd bhd For adrlco In cases requiring ipeclal der runtdy is soon itvlizil If ,u directions. tdJreis, living symptoms, P. 0 AUSTIN, M'g'r., Department," th "Ladlst Addsor need n lucdiL'tne you should h,,ve the Medlelna Co., Ins Chatunocf best At druugiHn filly emta i,nd 531 weBt Markot Stroot Bo Tcna. tmlcn Siilve. 0HI0C0UNTY. Ex Wmwrnrnmir jmMwM:i!fi ---- v & 4 & i W" 2 epfemfcer 18 18S1. k Tho scarcity of gold cry has been without foundation In fact so for ns the present gencrntlon Is concerned. If u man has hail something to sell which some other man has wished to buy, a lack of money lias necr prevented the sale. It n man with good credit has wished to buy something, lie lias been able to find money or its substitute with which to make his purchase. Our farmers know now. If neter before, that when they hntc products to sell which ore In grcnt demand In the rest of the world there Is plenty of money, and gold money, too, for nil legitimate uses. While there is nothing but noise In the gold tenrelty wall, it Is with great satisfaction that many see In the Increased output of koU the removal of the last excuse for nny swli wall. The Klondike nwilanche of gold, coming after slmllir avalanches In other parts of the world, Is drltlng the kllver calamity He from her heme. Tcace'ohcr r.shesl For tnnro thnn fifty tix 1 cars it hns never failed in its weekly visits to the homes of farmers and vil'mjeri throught the United States. IT HAS faithfully labored for their prosperity and linppmcM, for the improvement of their business aud home interests, for education, for the elevation ot American manhood and truo womanhood. IT HAS told nt the li reside, interesting and instructive stories ol the doings of the world, the nation and states. IT HAS nil vind tho farmer as to tho most npproved methods of cultivating and hnrvcating his crops, nnd tho proper timo to convert them into tho largest possible amount of money. IT HAS led in nil matters pertaining to tho welfurc of farmers and villagers, nnd fiircver half a century has held their confidence nnd esteem. Wo furnish TllU UUl'UULICAN aud NEW YOItK WEEKLY- TRIBUNE, both papers MILK TICKETS FOR BABIES IN PLACE OF MILK. a THIS : THIS HOUSc IS, A OT AMD-L- ri'HIS i4 The Eepublican 107 RAG BABY BUT IS DJL )P s&sz?Sjz b A ONE YEAR 1-2- S Address all orders to tho ian. -- A.c5L"T7"SLan.ce and for the HALtTFOUD UKPUKL1CAN. Write vour name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Bes Room 2, Tribune Duilding, New York City, nnd sample copy olTIIU NBW YORK WIJIiKLY TRUlUiN'E will be mailed to you. for one year 3EIa,rt;10irca.. 3aLy. A REALi mwpWmmmL wtyi maZ BABY rue t!MtiiSk!Jilffl sj Do you Avant any i WS..M l?&222v wlfrwraZZxA 1 in r-- PRINTING? re-k- 1 niEint me 3 K you do, we arc ready to 3 1 ccivc your orders for ar.y thing rr: tti in that line. We print SH Letter Heads, Note Heads, Dill Heads, The above is from a redrawing of one cf Nnst's cartoons need In "Robinson Crnsoe's Money." Tlio Crusoe inlanders went through an evolutionary period of They got tho Idej somehow that if there was a scarcity of fint legislation. monoy or milk they could, by solemn logislntha enactment, increaso tho supply of these articles. The voters wero not as quick to discover tho difference between real mid sham money as were tho babies to discover the illtTcrcuco between real and sham milk, but both reached a point wheru they hail no doubt nlout the difference. The cartoon fits tho filvcritcs of today almost as well as it did the greenbackers of 187C. m Statements, Circulars, Dodgers, Horse Hills, lock Hills. h-- t 1 35 Business Cards, Visiting Cards, Wedding Invitations, Prescription Blanks, i In IS jg: I l $2,000.00 GIVEN c It hi novr tho custom ot advertisers to spend thousands ot dollars each Wo proposo to glva year on show cards, posters and signs on this money to tho peoplo, nndproposo to give away, absolutely frco and with-u- t consideration, 1 1 li li f fact everything that you want s and rinted. All work Write or ca te at lowest prices. iirst-clas- for estimates. 2 TWO THOUSAND DOLLAltS, In 89 l'rlics, as follows: 00 00 00 00 CO 00 40 00 CO 00 1 fd Si ? 13 THE -- - tMfCm .. 1 J1- 1 All MEN u-- 5 6 8 20 E0 Missouri Farm Bcaujtif ul Rosewood Upright Piano uommuia uicycio Cash Gold Prizes of 820.OO each. ' 10.00 each. " M " D.00 each. " 2.C0 caeh. " Prizo, M HERE ARE THE PRIZES. ft $1,000 100 100 60 14 Our Clubbing Rates. The Republican and tho Louiavillo Commercial. .. " and Semi-Weekly Courier-Journal..- I s Total, $2.000 00 ft Wo will glvo to tho person forming tho greatest number of words out ot tho letters in tho word SKNNAHKTS, tho Hist prlzo, a Missouri Farm, valued at 91,000.00, consisting of 80 acres of good laud, freo nnd clear of any encumbranco, and perfect tltlo. To tho crson forming tho next greatest number, wo will giro a buautlful Hosowood Upright Piano, valued at $700.00, and to tho person forming tho 110.U greatest number, a Columbia Bicycle, valued nt 8100.00, and to tho next 30 lurgest lists, wo will give cash gold prizes, as noted above, making a total of 80 prizes, which will bo glreu away and yon can get 0110 of them If you will try. MUSIC COMPANY, 1118 Ollvo Write to tho THIEBF.S-STIEKMStreet, St. Louis, Mo., for illustrated doscrlptivo cntaloguo of tho Piano to bo givon away, or havo your city friend call on thorn for yon. .$1.25 1.50 13 .J -? t5 m sn to t5 &2 m i4 .c fe7Ir. J ' and Somi-Wce- k v U . . Lib 2 i " " nnd Now York Tribuno and Louisville Daily Post nu 1.25 75 m j; i . 1 , - blioul-liiKtan- t t 1 r AUSTIN HOTEL Chitu-noce- a, absolutely FitKE. Got down your dlotlonary and go to work, It will bo found pleasant and Instructive, and every father and mother should onrourago tholr hoys and girls to enter this contest. Thero will bo no favorites, Iho person sending In the largest correct list will rocolvo tho rowards no mutter who they nro or whoro thoy live. Your list should bo made up at onco, as this offer may not bo made again, nnd tho contest will closo Novomhcr 2(1, lfc07, and tho names of tho Nosuccessful contestants will bo published In tbo St. Louis vember 80th, 1807. Ask your Druirelst for a box of Rr.NNARF.TS, 2.1 cent slzo. In tho box you will find a SKMU11KT word building contest card. Sond this card with your list ot words. No list considered without It. Box ot BKNNAHl-rrwith full particular will bo mallod you on receipt of 23 cents In Silvor or Postage. If your Druggist does not kucpthem. Buy ami Try a Itox of SKNNARETS, Iho host Candr Cathnrtloln tho world, Prizes. You can do It If you wlllonlr try. and get one of tho Tlilrlj-nln- e Address all letters to Iho COLUMBIA CHEMICAL COMPANY, 1201 and 1203 Chcudral Building, SL Louis, Mo., U. S. A. In making up your list uso nothing but English words. Words spoiled alike but having a different meaning can bo used but onco. Uso any dictionary. Anything that Is a legitimate word will bo allowed. Work ft out la this way, senna, nn, set, sat, eat. Uso 111 mo words In jour Hat. Wo offor theix rownnls In order to introduco Hl'NNAUllTS, tho best Candy Cathartic in Iho Ttorlrl, for tho baby, child, boy, girl, mother, father, grandma and grandpa. Thoynll llko them, thoy nro just llko candy. Ask senna Is, sho can tell you, and will hall with delight the f;rnmlma what In tbo form that It Is now Introduced, Horo Is a chanco for tha school girl, tho school boy, tha teacher, tho young and the old, to obtain a Farm, Piano, Uicycio und $200.00 In Gold, 10 ft DIRECTIONS. zmrszizsz&KKZsazrj: o a :rr. i rl IiTi: iiTiTi: r, :CiT(' it t : di; ri . . i: : r;v: r;ir : n :.;if ;i; ur ANDY CATHARTIC 25 50 KCURE COJISTIPATIOiL,, MIUJ"iMHIlf) JTsis feflllij islfl "itwsTi r ALL lots, sv t zAW H fl M I R fi wXilr DRUGGISTS ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED ,le n.l tootlct f id. r. ff,rc.iV7W HKHl'.Dl CO..rhlrsKO,)Iontreil,Ctii.,orAif sil.i mjgnixtlt 'JTiirx CONDITIONS. 1, COOPER, Tupelo, Mill., ia,ll " Myall"' suffered Iron very Irregular ind palntul mrnitruation and dnelari could not rollexhir. Wine ol Caidul entlralr cursd hsr and alio helps d my WVU.H UI(VUn illQ VN0 VI kllB. THOS. one dollnr You tu i lmvr n siup'e bottle nnd pimphlet, both rent Irtt hy mall Mention the II,ii'noni) and stud otir mluichs in Dr. KiluiM & Co , HiiifthiiiiiKm, N Y The proprutors ot this ptr guarantee the ueuiiir.ciu'sa cf this cf ler. Louisville, Ky, ( R CI.U1IKS, I twnonSth and Oth, LARGEST NORMAL SCHOOL, IN THE SOUTH EIIOLISrtTt WllBSCUNTIFIC AND CWSSIC COUnStS. lirARUIMCti IN t r. ffiWitfffiffig?' h nAKHR AND T. O. BAKI'.R. jfauyA Wye1 rC . J x V7-- v;. vi rJOilHMAU r i'6avytwrChun, k ' Homiho