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With what care, therefore, should the Expectant Mother be guarded, and how great the effort be to ward off danger and make her life joyous and happy. The Haeieokd Republican. OrriClAL ORGAN pi"! : . 1 rni) STTililMI UAItTl'llllll. I. hit inn. and udjoin in fi.iMu ct Anneals. Spec nl ntti collections. Ollirceasi ? 1 . 1 AW 111 WilipiuL.it Or THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 1 MOTHER'S FRIEND allays all ness, VOL. X. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER think of it being Kridiy until the d.iy niter, when word came to me that it would not run The clock was a new one nnd a very fine one. Then it came to me that I hung it on the wall I had nny amount ol on a Friday tinkering with that clock belore I could get it to keep anything like correct time. I had a slmilir experience with a clock in the Indian bureau. Since then I put up a clock in the War Depittmenc, hnd by the same kind ol a chance it hippened that I hung it on Friday The morning I was officially informed tint, although the clook came lrom the factory guaranteed, it wn3 at n stand ttili. I knew instantly what was the mntter with it It had the Friday hoodoo' on it. I knew the clcck was till light, but it would not go until I took it down from the wall and re hung it. Then it worked like n cliartti, nnd, il needs be, the times ball can be dropped by it. I verily believe that taking it down from the wall nnd it was the only cure for it. In IJig'and, where I quel to the story. which was his great McClure's Magazine for success. will contain the opening chapters of "Rupett of Hentziu," a new Zenda novel which contains t'ae history ot the love and adventures Rttd-o- ff Rnsscnjll and Princess Flavia. They were extremely engaging people ns they presented themselves in "The Prison ol Zsnda,', but those who have had the privilege of read--inthe new story say thit they are still more engaging in it, and that the series of adventures throught which It carries them is one to keep The readers sitting up all night. story has been illustrated for McClur- cr's by the author's personal friend, Charles Dana Gibson. g 2G, 1897. i:irellou Mnllrt-- , No. 18. square. M. L. Hmviu.v. HEAVHIfi & Ohio of nii given dlt ol puh'it in couit .i f Sir unv Nervous re- WEDDED In a Den of Ferocious . lieves the against the possible contingency ot the postponement of the ceremont in case the animals devoured the rever-ene- d Mr. Atthur C. gentlemen Pont bj Malt, on receipt of price, HOD ITIIIIOT-TI.Hook to "lixrKOTANT MOTH Kits" Standiassy, a well known New York mallei! fme upon application, containing valuable lnformat.ou ami voluntary testimonials, musician, was the gtoom, nnd Miss THtanADritiDntQULATon co.,ATiNtA,c-aChatlottc Wilherg, n twenty-- j ear-ol- d it ix DRuoaiart, The Boston girl, was the bride. Who can think ceremony was petlormed by the Rev. some sum 1. Wanted-- An Idea tiling to iteDlf George Reader, ol Ohio. There has Protect your IWm ther mty lTinir you wtjiitb, Writ. JOHN WEUDCltUUKN CO . P.tfiit Attf. een n big sensation in religious cir came from, no clock man woultl fir n toy. Wanhlnftnn, I). C.for tbrlr f,Hi prist) offer aU lUt ot two huDdrt4 InTentlous warned. cles here over this wedding, nnd ns u moment think ihnt any of the public result Rev. Mr, Thurston, who orig- clocks in the railroad stations, public MERCHANTS ArA" inally contracted to officiate, bacled buildings, houses of parliament'', or out at the Inst moment owing to the in any o' the church spires, if statted objections rnised by his brother cler- for the first time on a Friday, would gymen, lie furnished a substitute keep correct time. They would not In the person ol the Ohio minister, ! dare to risk it with an expensive and was himself on hand in care Mr. clock. I find the same well grounded IMurcto Your Itnirrli Wllh f..rela Reeder backed out at the last minute superstition here, if jou cbooe to Cindjr Cn constipation forever. euro IfV CI- - If (' c C fall, (trucKlHnrcfund money or was eaten up before he had tied call it such, among the cralt In one ot the most famous cathedrals ol Engthe knot. vj aw; 'M aIH aTTlLSHu I land n tower clock, which cost nlniost At 9 o'clock the wedding procession entered, headed by a rpiattet of n fortune, h.id to be taken down imi-giant lion trainers, armed to the replaced in the tower, because its alteeth. Percy Cooper's boy choir fol- builder so far forgot him sell as to low it t be stalled on Friday. It lowed, diluting a processional. A Book for Young and Old. Then came the bride nnd groom, at- was an expensive job, but there was WE CURE I tended by two pretty little pages. no other way out of it, for the clock OUR the Friday The drop ol n pen could be heard, nud would not run until NERVOUS RECORD Washingall held their breath as the clank of 'hoodoo' was temoved" Esli 1878 lf BLOOD the graded door sounded nnd the ton Star. SKIN$. 250,000 trembling couple entered the cage. I'rrp fill-- . DISEASED The trainer, with weapoas retdy, PRIVATE Send your address to II. K. Bucks watched the snarling beast, Csai ir lent & Co Chicago, and get n free MEN DISEASES nnd Cleopatra, ns they gnd with sample box of Dr. King's New Life CURED yarning jaws upon the fair bride. In Pills. A trial will convince jou of a few moments it wus nil safely over, their merit-i- . These pills me easv in and the first couple ever married in a action and arc particularly effective CURED lion's den were prouounced mm and in the cure of Consumption and Sick Have you flnnol YOUNG MAN nim. tin nature wife. Headache. For Malaria and Liver Lfl when icnnrnnt oi thotrrrtblocriroo you V Hcrernmuiittinc. Dl.lyou only conamcr troubles they have been proved in UIIUIIUIllll. l.a lll tcr. mllKI IIIIK III .IIHK Inn lilo to ntol.l tho VIII When vnlunbk? They are guaranteed to be A perfectly resulls, ?ero your eyes 'l rihlo pcrilT llM ymi Inter onopened to in man. i, )ojr healthy woman perlectly Iree from every deleterious V I.ooilcnntrsrtaiirlMtlVA'rj.orJILOUli ".. .11. ...., ll'.MfAn ..i.lt llni.n ..I. is a rare tight substance and to be purely vtgetable. v JWW . HTJ-IKIVJVU.IIIII nmi tnrnscosonia niatmior fyinnoinsr Such a. woman They do not weaken by their action, Pare on marry In ynnr promt Von know. "J.l 1.1. l'ATIlUll, is always beau but by giving tone to stomach and 1.1 Ki: PON." If married, nro you con- tiful. Health fttnntltr litlnir In ilremlY la marrisffO A failuro with jouon account of any weak brings clear bowels greatly invigorate the systtm. ness ciuim uy earir duumj or laier ox com plexion, Regular size 25c. per box. Sold by cesses? Have you been ilruzircd villi raercuryr 1 nil iiookici w in poini oui in clear eye. bte.idy I. H. Williams Druggist. you t ho rcauUsofthet'e. crimes ami joint tie r ve, elastic nut Imwnnr NI'.W MinllOO Tit HAT irlll podllrrtr euro you. It step, anil M.Mi:NT by "A customer whoso wife nted 'Mother's Friend,' ays that If slio hail to ro through tbo ortleal aialn, toil there were hut four bottles to he cblalnoil.aniltlio coat was SIOOOO cr bottle, he would hatothcui,'' (.lo.Laytoh, Dayton, Ohio and Nausea, and so fully pre- Plucky Ohio Clorgyman Tlos pares the vlmj'il'lr' tho Nuptial Knot. system that Childbirth is made easy and the time of recovery short I'lvc thousnml people in the Zoo ened -- many say "stronger after than before confinement. It in- the other night witnessed the most sures safety to life of both moth- unique nnd st.ittlitiK wedding on tec er and child. All who have used con), tnys nn exchange A handMother's Friend " say they will nevsome young couple were married in a er be without it again. No other clergy remedy robs confinement of its pain den ol ferocious lions. Foui guard men were in attendance to Cramps, Headache Lions. Ohio County Court, Special Term, October 25 1897. On this day John Cumpbell. J.W. Fields, L Jnsias Chlnn, Mont McKinney, S J. Tichenor, et. nl , Blood Poison. Contagious Blood Poison has been ap- Rttorneyseii Law HARTl'UKlJ, KV. Taylor. lAUtR, Attorney at Law Attorney at Law, Porry Westi rfioidj . mm of sin j 250,000 a healthTwoman thCiuuiu.l- VAHItHH'lIM:. SYI'IIIMH. (II.UKI, ll' TA HI IVPIITIINnr. HIV. Ub I'llKT DRAIN'rl. UNNATURAL HIS. jj niAllllUMCIllNliYonil llLAIJDEll M illicatcf. '" hoir mo ran tlllAHMVlMi ANY CUKAWiU CASH (III NO l'AY. .., n.i ,im uMiKmnvri u'n 'IIU'ITII'MT hare been saved l" I wmvi tjuiiii $ CURES GUARANTIED TKUATMUNT. lul movements A healths vtoman is n woman with The healthy mucous membranes mucous membranes line the whole body, every organ in the body. The slightest catarrh ol one of the.--e membranes produces languor, sallow skin, Mr f$ ' "Tho Waici of Fin" rent free 'IT Ej enelolng Vo rtarap. CONSULTATION i l IV i li. li unaoio in ran, wruo ior QUESTION HLAWK for HOMU mm Kennedys Kergan C ir. listlesseye.anl weakeuing discharges. Mrs. Al vina linnet krut, Kibb Fails, Wis , nliii VsssssssssssBsMK lN? in a rcc--"- t Utttr to Ur llait-ma- n, l, & w. Ul If.S.sl'.rf;1!!.? ruunin oincci, CINCINNATI, O. says: ' I wns troubled fur ten years with chronic catarrh. I used Pe for nbout eight months, and I must say that I am perlectly cured ol the disease. It will be two years next June sirce I was cuied, and I have not been troubled with any ol my old symptoms," latest book on ' Dr. Hartman's chronic catarrh will be sent free to . any address for n short time by The a Pe Drug M'f'g Co., Columbus, ru-n- a ru-n- l xmESir It O. Ask your druggist for'a free Almanac for 189S. Clock Siiiicratllloim. "Clock makers nnd clock repairers a'ejtut a trifle superstitious," a well known clock man, who does considerable business In selling, putting up and regulating the clocks TASTELESS Li M I LLf TDNI 19 in the departments, to the Evening Star, "and, strange ns it may appear there Is something besides superstition about it It is well enough to repair n clock on Friday, or any other day for that matter, but it is big chances against setting up a new lP& t2 clock on Friday. Some months ago I put up a new rlock in the Mnltby annex of the Senate, and did not B52 Hope tlawkms, the author of "The Ptisorer of Zenda," proves, on the closer acquaintance which his visit to this country is now yielding, no less attractive as a man than as n writer. His public readings from his own works seem to give his large audiences the highest satisfac lion, nnd in the busy course of Iritnd-l- y dining through which he has been put since he landed he has shown himself the kindliest and most nnuis-- . ing guests of honor. Mr. Hawkins is now 34 years old. He began life as n lawyer, nud in 1892 he made a vigorous but unsuccessful canvass for n Libeinl seat in Parliament. While waiting for clients he began to write stories. He made his way but slowly at first; he had been wilting four or five years he achieved a pronounced success in "She Prison of Zenda." "The Dollie Dialogues" followed and confirmed his popularity. It is an interesting fact that" while he is visiting in this country an American img,s sine will begintr publication ot a se Mr Atitiion n- .-. WARRANTED. JU9T A3 COOD FOR ADULTS. li ia (ui.atia, Mo. Co., HI PniClZCOci' Nor. 13, 1S rarts Medicine We aulaIout. rear. COO twttlni i Inat lAntiAinom mtOVlS'tl TABTHMrt C1III.I. TONIO nuj hi x iMijicht three KruMalroadf Ihu rear. Innlliari uerteneo III II jeri. in mo uruu uiiinuiii. i nv noter aold on urtl lo that euro ucB imlrcmal aiu luilli iriur, aiUou aa your Tuulo. - msjinmiisai.sie.as.n . . ssssssssslsss11ssaw. Aaxr.v,cvtu la &r- For houhhv salt-- J II V ww amirlwAJi-""a,i- snrBt K2tfaHirmi!fo V2B0JtUfVIL mini- y itruiuriiar UlliHMHS (HI tew it BB7afW7rjhrajafii mm, na l , ULLUUJJ iikUinA m .MJKllllIrl m Hl ss 13 try sw V1 PLEASE sm sfls alrV Bkavhi Dam, Ky propriately called the curse of mankind. that an election be held in the It is the one disease that physicians cannot cure; their mercurial aud potash U 'it. WEDLillkQ town ofMcIIenry, Ohio county, Ky., remedies only bottle up the poison In tojake the tense ol the legal voters the system, to surely break forth in a form, ofsaid town whether or not spiritu- more virulent system. resulting in a total IIautfokii, Ky. wreck of the Will practice his profession lu all ous, vlnoui nnd milt liquon may Mr. Frank I). Martin, a prominent jeweler at 926 Pensylvanla Ave., Wash- - the courts ot Ohio nud adjoining be sold, battered-loane- d or borrowed Also N(itury Public. mgton,D.C.,says: counties. therein, whiclTpetition was ordered I was for a long Office, in Cunuueicial Hotel. filed, and the Court being sufficiently time under treat ment of two of advised orders that said petition be the best physigranted an 1 nn election for such purcians of this city, pose be held in.snd town on Mondty, for a severe case j HARTFORD, KY. of blood poison, 1897, in the 27th day but my condition Will practice his profession in all th all respstjAs theslaw directs. grew worse all court of Ohio and adjoining counties Thr Hurprlno ol All. the while, not- Careful attention will be given to a A cjpy attest: withstanding the Mr. Jnmejonrs, ol the drug firm of D. M. Hockbr. C O.C.C. Col fact that tliey business entrusted to his care. Jones & Son, Cowden, III , In speakBy Oscar Bishop, D. C. charged iW i' 1tt,nrlrl me three lections a specialty. Office over Ohio ing of Dr Kipg's'New Disvovery, .A flnllafl-County Bank. Also Notary Public. Pursuant to foregoing order I will y My mouth was says that last winter his wife was at and her case cause a poll to be opened in Mctlcnry filled with eatine sores: mv tongue was tacked with almost eaten away, so that for three (Lonnfy Attorney) grew so serious that physicians at votiug precinct on Monday, December months I was unable to taste any solid Cowden and Pana could do nothing 27, 1897, to take the sense of the le food. My hair was coming out rapidly, audi was in a horrible fix. I had for hei? It seemed to develop into gal voters in the incorporated town various treatments, and wasnearly tried disHARTFORD, KY. Hasty Consumption. Having Dr. of Mcllenry as to whether splrtu-ouWill practice his profession iu tbe couraged, when a friend recommended vinous and malt liquors shall S.S.S. After T had taken four bottles, I Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn Kirg's New Discovery in store, and began to get better, and when I had tics. Special attention given to col selling lots ol it, he took a bottle be sold in said town finished eighteen bottles, I was cured Offico in Courthouse. C. P.KuowN.Sheriff Ohio Co. sound and well, my skin was without a lections. home, nnd to the surprise of all she blemish, and I have had no return of Nov. 18, 1897. began to get better from first dose, the disease. S.S.S.saved mefromalifc JNO. B. WILSON, and halfdrzen dollar bottles cured of misery." S.S.S. (guaranteed purely . Tho ClirlalinnitKiiKttx-rvegetaoie) win cure any case 01 bloou her sound and well Dr. King's New The first edition of the Christmas poison. Books on thedisease HARTFORD, KY. Discovery for Consumption, Coughs will and its treatment, muiled Colds is guaranteed to do this number of McClure's Magazine and SPECIAL attention given to making abstracts, &c. gool work Tty it Free trial bot- be a third ot a million copies. It will free by Swift also Notary Public lor Ohio County. have a special Christinas cover, de- Specific Co., tles t J II. Williams Drug Store. Officn North side of public equare. signed by Charles L. Hinton, and Atlanta, Ga. will contain pictures by F. S Church, li. tl. LEES1MMEBMAN, '1 at Chicago; the next week follows the Charles Dana Gibson, Ernest G. Cleveland show; the week after that Corwin Knapp I.inson, and , other of the best known artists, as comes New York. The same horses HAnTFoiiD, Ky. Globe-Democrwell as reproductions of some famous are apt to be shown, at least some of Will practice his profession in all tfie paintings appropriate to the season. the same in all' three. There are Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Rudyard Kipling, Anthony Hope, professional show horses as well as Collections carefully and promptly at- for $1.75. tended to. Office with T. J. Smith Charles A. Dana, Robert Birr, Ella professional riders and professional Higginson, Bliss Perry, W. T. Stead, drivers. They go from one show to & Co., Market Street. llnrklni'H irnlcn Snlvc. and the distinguished Asia explorer, another, for what can be added to the The Best Salve in the wotld for Dr. Seven Hedin, will be among the funds of owners. If a horse is given J.B. VICKEBS, Cuts. Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt first at Chicago, is he not very apt to contributors to the number. Rheum, FeverSores, Tetter, Chapped get the same at Cleveland and New HlIRTFORD, Ky., Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all T Skin Eruptions, and positively cures FREBJ JJO.OO IN rjOLD, York, competlug with practically the Will practico his profession in Ohio Piles, or no pay required. It is YftliriO nicycle.Uold Watch, Diamond same horses in his class, and judged and adjoining counties. Special atKlng or a scholarship in Drauehon's Practical Business guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction College, Nashville, Tcnn.,or by the same judge? Or two or three tention given to all business entrusted or money refunded. Price 25 cents Texarkana. Tex., or a schol Office in Republican horses that have "been in the busi- lo his care. pur boxJ" For sale by Williams & arship In most any other reputable business college or literary school in the U. S. can be secured ness" long enough to know how building. Bell. yr. by doinsa little work at home for the youths' 13-Advocate, an illustrated Journal. to please judges one year, it is not It is elevating; in character, moral In tone, and ABMISTEAD JONES, especially interesting and profitable to young quite certain that wheu the same Tim Apple people, but read with Interest and profit by peoof all ages. Stories and other interesting judges meet the samehorses next year, In'course ol conversation with Geo. ple natter well Illustrated. Sample copies sent free. Sykes, cf the old re.iable St. Iiuts Agents wanted. Address Youths' Advocate rub they will have an advantage of being HARTFORD, ICY.. Co., Nashville, Teun. Mention this paper. old friends? Will not the old winner Commission Company, our represenWill practice iu all the Courts ol Ohio condition terribly, and adjoining counties. have to "go ofP' in tative secured the following: As the Special atllorae-NlioJudges. or meet a phenomenon in the class, tention given to collections. Office crop is short in the Hast and in EuThe old controversy whether there for a judge to fail of seeing the same with County Attorney. rope prices for gteen apples will ttu should be one or more judges to each dsuUedly rule a little higher, espe- class need not be gone over at this perfection n second or third time that Harper's Weekly. To Cure Con.tlpatlon Forever. cially as the drouth injulcd the crop time. It' would seem, though, that if he saw at first? Talio discards Candv Cathartic. lOo or 30. in this section. It C C. C fall to cure, druggists rcfucd money. The small and de the tight man were obtained, one fectlve npples bhould not be packed would be better than three; then the in the barrels, but, alon with the public would know where to place Bent When you can Own? F. H. HEAVRIN & CO., Prop's Bjth sundried the responsibility lor mistaken judg windfalls, Le dried. You rent year after year, and have and evaporated blocks are rising, and ments, and know whom to ask tor his no farm when you get through. The G. S. BALEY. olorks it will pay the grower to dry every- reasons for certain decisions. Cer landlord has J our money and the farm F. H. HEAVBIN, thing not fit to ship green. The tainly when an English expert was at the end of the year. We offer you above mentioned house has unexcell- brought over in 1894 to judge the Ohio River Bottom land, iu Ballard -- NEWed facilities for disposing of any qualihackney classes they never were county, one of the' best counties in and we cm recommend it to our judged so well, nor was there so good Kentucky, on the following reasonaty, readers Natiouul Live Stock judgment of any other classes in that ble terms: show. As an instance of bis intelli 50 acres at $14 00 per acre . . $700 00 gence of his intelligence, his decision Cash 701 to 715 W. Markot St. 5'0 in one class, yearling stallions, was First year 50c per acre LOUISVILLE, KY. 25 00 questioned. The most showy colt Second jear, $1 00 per acre . 50,00 was placed thiid, two others, whose Third year, $2.00 per acre . . 100.00 porday. conformation was no better nnd action Fourth year, $2 50 per acre . 125.00 Ratos $1.00 Reduction by tho tho wo ok not so good, were given first nnd sec Fifth year, $3 00 per acre . . 150.00 For Infants and Children. ond. When asked for his reason he Sixth year, $3 00 per, acre . . 200.00 Street cars from all depots pass the Ice gave it very frankly. "Why," said irirr Total cost of 50 acres . . . $700.00 door. In center of wholesale and toi he, "this is a class for young ttallions. TtlJFW. 11 ly It is undoubtedly the inttntion of This land produced the past season bacco trade. their oweners to keep them for breed of 1896, 80 bushels of corn per acre, The attention of the Democrats who ing. The colt I gave fust is a hand- and 5 acres of Early Rose Potatoes are pluming themselves on making some chestnut, the second is a rich prodcued 2,000 bushels, or 400 bush"gains" in the recent election is re- brown, the third is a roan. He will els to the acre. 10 acres of Prior spectfully called to the fact that one get roan colts in the stud, and the Tobacco made an average ot 1,200 of whole colored horses pounds to the acre, which brought in result of that election is to absolutely market-pricF. O. AUSTIN, M'g'r., assure the Republicans of easy control is, and always will be, higher than the market $5 for leaf and lugs; ( 531 west Markot Stroot Bo broken colors." Here was n good acre of late cabbage brought $50, sold ol the Senate In the next Congress. twoon 5th and 6th, diss at Cairo Ohio returns Mark Hanna, Maryland reason. Could a retires Gorman and sends a Republic- cossion of the merits of the class have Vou can raise twice as much on a an, New Jersey assures a Republican reached a better decision? Would good bottom farm as in the hills, nnd in the place of Senator Smith, Demothere not have been n chance that two your land don't wash away or wear R. I BAKER crat, North Dakota will send a Repub- men who did not know would out- out. AND Clbrks: lic.!! to succeed Roach, Wisconsin vote one who did? T. O. BAKER. There has been no drouth In BalOne matter that might be changed will send a Republican to succeed lard county this year and crops ate TI.MK TA111.11 I. 1'. II. II. lli:A11!U Mitchell, California will send a Re- is important, If a man is judgeone splendid. They are good every yean II A UY. be Ineligible for two publican to succeed White, Democrat, year, he should GOING i:ast. We have good farms tor sale West Virginia will replace Faulkner years next following, and the same Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 a. m. loug time.at bargains In Daviess, Ol 111, No. 222 a 1 . with a Repiiblicon, nnd the G. O. P. men should not be allowed to judge and McLean counties cheaper trail Mail No. 202 a 7 25 p. m. Fast Mail will again control the Senate'bya more than one of the big shows in anvone else will sell you. We mil GOING WEST. good round majority as it now docs one year. exchange nny fwui we have for fill No. 201 n 7 17 a. 111, Fast Mail A man is iudge we will suppose ers. in the House. Mail No. 221 a 12 25 p m. 53 acres, 4 miles from Hartford on Local Freight No. 291 n 3 25 p. m. .1.1.1. m.m.i Owensboro road, tor sale at $10 per II. Merrick, Agt, acre. For plat and further particulars apply I, Freeman Little, over Bank Henderson route Louisville, Hender-n- n nnd St Inula Rallwnv Comnanv Commerce, or Hu;h A. Williams, May 30, 1897. 2t4 Third Street, Owensboro, Ky Time Card effective presented!)! Couit a petition nsk-ing Attorney at Law, TltifeJ Attorney at JCaw, s, ho and Semi'Weekty one year at Republican the St. Louis sss Attorney ut law Attorney at Law Attorney at Law, People 1 y Cr. Attorney at i&w I n WHY FUIEIIX HOTEL, ... AUSTIN HOTEL e town-meeti- Louisville, Ky. M 02-p- .m.m.m. imi.i. 1'Hriu e farm will A put of the be ofiered for sale the 1st Monday in December at the couit house door, to Poor-hous- lor Nwle. highest bidder. T k serves the 17 right to reject The committee nil bids. CoMMirriiR. re- aTiflTai. . ififf c ,ryiraMi Runmutwri HMV ifiiHum viWJffiliiMlWUtUDlUlWUIjL k One white coa- - with small horns Or.ertd dark red cars, Mnmaiked. i:linjr Kotlre ? by Uenn Pitman and Jerome U. Howard. A perfect telf-inttructor. Over 350,000 copies sold. For sale by all booksellers, or wa will How? P VA ssss aF T Hss ssss Hr Br J rhtncrafhy, BBBBBBBBBBBSlBSSSBbw AW . CANDY CATHARTIC SSTbISsSS1B SSSSB0BSBSBSBSSSSBSSSB .SSBBBBbIbSSSSSSSS E7.T0WRITEJ ' and white spotted steer, 3 years old, long horns, marked crop iu right ear, Any crop and underblt In left ear one finding them please address or bring them to Iwrence Daniel, Ola-to- n, Ky., and receive pay for your 17 at trouble and the Phone graphic Cofy Btek, for t,5. THE nENN TITMAN SYSTEM luu for 43 years been the standard. Called by the U. K. Bureau of Education "Tiflmtr. hanSyttim." Firtt pilze, World's Fair. Full Information and complete catalog free, THE PHONOQRAPHIC INSTITUTE CO., CINCINNATI, OHIO. Tho and Republican tho lor ono year 1SA5I uuumj No. 42 46 44 7:56am 8:55pm I.v St. Louis Evansvillc 6:50am 2:23pm 2:45am Henderson 7:15am 2:46pm 3:10am Spottsville 7:38am 3:07pm 2:28am Owensboro 8:18am SMna' Hawesville 9:17am 4'4opm 4:50am Cloverpoit 9:45aa 5:o3l't Irvlngton io:45nm 6.03pm 5:574m AiLoutsville 12 35pm 7:45pm 7!3oau WEST BOUND No, 41 43 45 I.v. Louisville 7:30am 4:50pm 8:23pm 609pm 9:3011m Brandei butg 8:5mm Irvington 9:159m 6:43pm 9:52am Slephtnport 9:51am 7:20pm 10:2mm Cloverport 10:1mm 7:39pm 10:26pm Hawesville 10:35.1111 8:04pm 10:58pm n:48pm4 Owensboro 11:351m Spottsville 12:17pm 9'47pm 12:23pm Henderson 12:40 lowopm 12:45pm Evausvllle 1115pm 10:40pm 2'45pm 710pm Ar St Louis 7.32pm All trains run iIiiourIi solid to 4:n" ,..,.,...,......,..... ll.ll.1 ,,'sr- - for $1.50. Courior-Journ- ni nnd Pullman Sleepers 011 nil trrdrm Mwten St. Louis, Evansvillc and Louisville No, 41 and 42 connects at Irvlngtou (0, Fotdavllle nnd llnr- - F.vnpsvire. Through Pnilur Cats olnjbnrtf iWly evept Sucrtay, Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, NOVUMBER 26, 1897. Offlco on Fox Stroot. stunt iiir) Frliliij 11 1 llnrlloril, II IAS. A. ANDERSON ..Editor. Subscription, $1.25 por yoar at Ilattlord Jintercd at the as second clnss mail nintter. post-ofTice Yesterday una a ior turkeys. red letter day The Fourth Congressional District o'ects a Congressman next year, and a Hoptiblicnn Cotigrcssnimi at that. G rover Cleveland can bo depended upon to cut some sort of a figure in llio next Presidential election. The announcement that II011.T. Piatt will retire from the leadership C. of the Republican party in the Stnto of New York is too good to bo true. The greatest thing for which the American people should bo thankful, is the fact that Mr. W. J. Bryan will never bo President of the United States. W. J. Bryan should join By so doing be ball team. to hard become accustomed and thoso fie is to receive In ture would nol hurt so bad. a font would kicks, tho fu- The prevailing opinion seems to be that Congress will take steps looking to the aunexat'on of the Hawaiian Islands to tho United States. If Congress does not do so it ought to. While meeting tho true object of the recent of Democrats, celebrites at will not be known; Louisville they doubtless discussed the subject of changing the election laws of this g State. Since this State has been Republican Democrats have sud" denly discovered that our election laws should bo amended. The source from which tliis desire to amend these laws arose, discredits the whole affair. It is being agitated by thick and thin iree silver newspapers, and by partisan politicians of the most violent It is their object, if possible, type. to make such laws, as will result in disfranchisement of those voters who This, they cannot read and write. think, will injure the Republicans more than the Democrats because the The colored vote is Republican. proposed changes, therefore, are not for the purpose ol improving tho election laws, but for the purpose plainly stated of injuring the Republicans and go-iu- assisting the Democratic party. It partisan politics and nothing else. is JLETTHE HEATHEN RAGE. Since the election at Sam Shackle ford the eyes of free silver Democrats Tiave been turned toward Kentucky. A might; gathering of leaders, aud candidates both full Hedged and in an embryonic state took placo in Louis-la- st week. Among those present were ex Governor James B. McCreary who .according to the dispatches, is a can didato for Senator, for Congress, for Governor, or anything else that he can run for. Mr. W. J, Bryan, of "Nebrasky," 'was also piesent and was the center of attraction. Among others our own B. D. Itin-g- o was pemitted to sit in the glory of .Mr. Bryan's presence, aud to imbibe freely of the Democracy with which tho air was laden Democracy, how-evethat was heavily surcharged with Populism, Mr. Bryan himself haviug, until recently, been a Populist, The object of this meeting, according to reports, was, in short, to look over the grounds aud discuss the .situation. According to the opinions of men who know, tho meeting was lor tho solo and only purposes of seen ring ior Mr. Bryan the vote of Kentucky in his race for tho Dcmo- ratic nomination fur President, and incidentally give n boost to the candidacy of Mr. Blackburn for Senator mid Hon. P. Wat Hardin for Gov-- , ernnr. There were others prevent alto, r, who would havo liked very much to .Tecive a boost for something or other, but it appears that limy were only permitted to drink copiously from tho Htrenms of Democracy that flowed sibout tho place whore tho meeting wo may ndd, "was held stieams, fctrongly flavored with Populism. It is plain to Bee that the Bryauiteslmve vciy exalted ideas of what they are j;oi ig t'i do in tho future Tiicir littlouml uncurtain victory an Kentucky Inn wonderfully encour-mge- d tlicm Thoy havo nlieady in 'their inimagimttioiis, which U of the Jiupi'tiil and vivid variety, elected a lull s'ate ticket in Kentucky and put Mr. Bryan in tho White House. Mr. Illackburn huiblso resumed his in tho Senate. It would bo ilowtiuiglit cruelty to li4url) tliem in their qhcurfulncss; to spider in thair dough; to dash hopes to tho ground. Let them 3fj')ice whilo they tun. Life is short 21ml time id fleeting. It is therefore 7eat that these felorts shnttM rejoice J cforo their faint hits set. Presently the night of dupuir ami defeat will bo upon them us it wus a year ago, But us lung us it does nolmim they sboii.d 1)0 pcriu tttil to cut a wide sauth For tl y preient let tho heathen 11 put lliclr QEEsacornr; cuius lilrfijSTiHiTlthJr wHiKrwruu j ?ffffi br droiftfUti. T?tB It was nn"ofTyear" in Ohio ior tho bill aud a Republican President sign a couple of brutes They each one As cd it the "endless chnln" snapped. expected a verdict ol hanging other fellows. But Croxsou was being led out to trial he Not n link remained unbroken. The Hon, Geo. W. Jolly Is a can- the blrckstulthlng of Democracy might said, "nobody but Jesus can save us." re weld those links and the chain II the jury through any fault ot theirs didate for Governor. 111'ght once mote work the depletion had 'ailed to convict testis could not BitYAN nnd Mil. ol the Treasury gold. It is true such have saved the racals Iroui the nngry Boies nro still on speaking terms. a contingency seems to be extremely populace who w a d be glad to see remote, but the experience ot the sec- the vbole lot swung up There arc Some of his speeches would indinbout n half dcz-ond ttiui of Cleveland and a Demo-more of the gang cate that Mr. Bryan woro smoked ut.c Congress In both Houses jet to be tiled. The victim ol their glasses while in Ohio. to the country n dangerous lust is still in n very critical condiw'ti kness in our financial system, one tion and it Is exceedingly doubtful ns Ciiairman Jones still sticks by to whether of not she will ever recovand says that silver which ought to be and can be removBryan, ed. The destruction, nnd not merely er. Hustler. is nil right as an issue. the breaking, of that linked peril Is Out "I unlrr. The Mexicans will forgivo Mr.Bry-a- n the highest duty now confronting "My blood was out of older, soles ior going to Ohio flnt if ho will Congress and the Administration, It seems from n special Washing- broke out all over me nnd I suffered make his next call on them. ton dispatch to the Inter Ocean of with sick headaches. After taking Tiiniin will bo ono contest before Sunday that President McKtnley sub- a few bottles ol Hood's Sarsapuitln tho next Legislature. Of course it is mitted to his Cabinet Saturday that my face became smooth nnd the lores a Democrat contesting a Republican. part of his first annual message relat- disappeared. I am also relieved f ing to this supreme subject. He did headaches and consider myself well " The Ohio counties in which Mr. not wait until thelast minute, or treat Mrs. Maiy Duncan, Hickory Valley, Bryan spoke in thelato campaign in. Uis official family as little e'se than n Tennessee creased their Republican majorities household of servants, but as advisHood's Pills aie the b;st f imily 997 votes over those of last year. ers. ust what the recommendations cathartic and liver medicine. Gentle, arc Is not stated. It would be a Ohio county politics is getting into breach of good faith to go into partic- reliable, sine. a bad shap? when a set of defeated ulars. It is reported that the Cabinet Mr. John A. Duke, of near town, candidates play the bady act so com- cordially approves the position taken, who has beeen very low with typhoid pletely as they have in this county but It dues not follow that mature re- lever for several weeks, is slowly Imthis fall. flection will not result in some sug- proving. gestions, and it is sure that nil such, Mu. Wm, Addisoton, tho defeat- if any there should be, wuiild receive The Lords, the Creator of all things. ed candidato for Sheriff, was in Hartcareful consideration William Is always willing to do his Dart in the ford Monday, and when asked about isanirn of positive convic- management ol things in this world. ' the contest said ho went into tho fight tions, and with the courage of his But it is well to remember that he exas agentlcman and be was satisfied and convictions, but that is a very difler-ent pects some little help, from bis creatall the others ought to be. thing from pigheaded obstinacy. ures. No man can be Ftich a good While no details are given, it is as- Christian that the Lord will take care Now that the election is over let the serted that the President's treatme it of that fellow, unlets thete is seme Republicans begin to get together for ol the subject differs from that of the effort on the one needing the help, to the next battle. We could have Secretary of the Treasury. There Is help himself. It Is n true saying that come much nearer carrying the State, nothing improbable in such a repoit. the Lord helps him who helps himdespite the fraud and rascality of the It was the duty of Lyman J. Gage to self. Democrats, if we had had just a "leet-le- " present his views, clearly and difinite ly. He Is not an echo. It is his dumore party harmony this year. SUM'Ult MPHI.VdH. Mr. P. W. Tabor, who has been ty to give Congress and the country a The defeated Democratic candi- concise statement of what he thinks selling goods at this ploce for several dates who are now contesting tried to ought to be done, and his reasons for years, has lately moved to liis farm. Messrs. Kate Foieman and Phi lie It is the President's get Mr. J. D. Hocker to contest for thinking so. MidkifT were in town last Friday. Mr. Rogers' office, also tried to get duty to do the same. Mr. Byton Bean, of Mine's Mill, The Presidential stand point is some Messrs. Spurrier and Black to bring a what different from that of the head visited friends r.ear Mt Vernon Suncontest, but they wouldn't, and said of a department. The problem before day. they were defeated honestly. The Miss Bettie Fitzhugh.of New York, him is a practical one. What can be bosses even went so far a3 to try to get done? Statesmanship has an eye to is visiting lriends nnd relatives at C.E. Marrison, Hooker's brother inactual results. As Grover Cleveland tais place law, to file a notice of contest for Mr. Mr. Webster Kate, Henderson, Is in said of the tariff, it is a condition, not Hocker. But he wouldn't. j town this week. a theory, Revs. Mathews and Coleman are The experience of the President as Postmastek General Gary has wuuiiuiiiu ui uictvayaunu .ueuua cuui- - i holding a tent meeting at Hines Mill. given much study to the subject of mittee was most A protracted meeting is In progress a excellent training postal saving banks and in his first lor He did at the Catholic Church. the task now in hand. annual report, just made public, he not, as such chairman, sit down to School at this place is progressing strongly advocates their establishment his desk, behind a locked door, and nicely. in this country, He says the timo is evolve a tariff bill out of his own Little Blaine Wtdiing son ofShe e ripe for their establishment, aud that head, regardless of difficulties in the Wedding, died Saturday morning and the adoption of a well organized sys- way ol actual enactment; at the same was buried at the Midkift burying' tem would confer a great boon upon a , time he did not allow any considera- - grounds Sunday. And the four old sore back Demotion of expediency to swerve him a largo number of people, and ultimatehair's breadth from central purpose crats are not satisfied with ly benefit the whole country. in view. His tariff, when finished, It is coming to a pretty , ass It is true that the Republican State may have had many details which he and it does look to me like when anyAdministration has been unfortunate himself could have criticised, but It one is beaten fiirly ond squarely tl ey in that somo of its appointees have was built from first to last on the ought to be satisfied and sa. no un e Ronald. proved inefficient. Upon the whole, lines of protection, and in accordance about it. however, the administration has been with the revenue needs of the govor Friday.be-twee- n Lost Last Thursday a decided success from a business ernment. So, in this case, it is safe Hartford and Beavet Dam, one to say, there will no compromise, in' point of view, and has resulted in a storm rug, rubber on one side, blue-blathe invidious sense of that term. felt on other, with brand"Chad-wick- " saving to the tax payers of the state. The inauguial address outlined the in one corner. Finder wil Tho present Republican State Ad- negative features of the financial polplease return to Field's Livery Stable, ministration is a shining success as icy to be recommended. First, Is will compared with what the people have not reopen the door to wild cat state Hartford, and receive reward. had to put up with from Democratic coinage. Second, it will guard effec .Veil Surveyor Svxt Jliimli. Administrations. Facta and figures tiveiy against contraction. The nearA Kentucky Republican, who has will bear us out in this statement. est approach to an outlining of the just returned from Washington, says positive features of the recommenda- the President told Senator Deboe re. Ik 1890 Rowan Holbrook beat Mr. tions to be made Is found in this pascently that Mr. C M Barnett wuuld M. S. Ragland for County Clerk, and sage of the special referred to: be appointed Surveyor ol the Port f.t he did not contest How is it now "It is said the President will ask Louisville as .soon as Congress conwhen Mr. Ragland is honestly elected. Congress to enact a law repealing the venes. It is expected to be sent to In 1892 G. B. Likens beat Mr. S. T. requirement that greenbacks shall be the Senate with the first batch of apStevens tor Circuit Clerk and he did tedeemed in gold when presented, and pointments for confirmation. Therenot contest. How is it now when supplement that with a provision that fore it will be made in three or four Mr. Andersou was honestly elected? greenbacks shall be paid out only weeks . Courier-Journa- l. Mr. Likens is playing tho baby act against deposits of gold. That would t'riilvriiiil iiilw. and contesting. This clearly shows break the "endless chain" and relieve the treasury of oneof its greatest danRouh River Lodge No. no K of how the two parties stand. Iu 1880 gers. This is the adoption of SecreP. will elect officers fir next term R. P. Hocker beat Mr. M. L. Heav tary Gage's recommendation In part, next Tuesday night. Evt ry member lin forshenfl', and he did not contest. omitting the funding of any portion is urged to be present 0,1 this very How is it now, when Mr' Heavrin was of the greenbacks and the accompanyimpoitant occasion. honestly elected? Jo B. Vickers is ing Issue of bonds " After election is over there will be trying to override the will of the peoThe full text of the message will be had a lunch in Castle Hall. Be on ple and get into an oflice which he is awaited with unuual Interest by the hand biys. not wanted. whole people of the country The OjaoTCDXtirsL. day of bumptious platitude is over. Tlifsl- n llElIl Cotntkies which are operating (.Inter Ocean. SlptlUS tl upon a silver basis have been borderI'roxrnmiiin ing on panics during the last year. Colored Teachers Association to be Nw, 23 Farmers in our midst are Silver has decreased twenty per cent, held at Beaver Dam, Saturday, Debusy gathering corn or one fifth of its vnluo during that cember Called to order at 4, 1897: Mr. Djii Wilson nnd family, of time. Thus, if a man loaned 8500 ho Hjop m. Music, choir. Invocation. Horse Branch, lnve moved into the would receive but 8400 in payment; Music, choir. Welcome address he would receive five hundred dollars Prof. P. A. Gary. Response Miss Watt's property Mas. J. W. Hollo way visited relasilin payment for the five hundred Vocal solo Miss LauHallie Fields in Fiirdaville Saturday and Sunver dollars which ho loaned, but thoy ra I.uvall. Miss Mary tives Recitation day. would bo worth in tho markets of the Berry. What have I done this school Miss N d 1 f'umtuings, of Olaton, world but four-filtof the vnluo year? Discussed by the Association closed epiit. iiiu'cessful writing J chosl This is a conditiou which Instrumental solo Mis. Slaughter. loaned. hete Saturday afternoon Miss would exactly suit tho people who Character building Miss Ida Berry. CroAdsr receiving the ptize for Music, choir. Adjournment. were last year clamoring for tin opimprovement Reassemble at greatest Evening Session portunity to pay their debts in depro S D. Morgan nnd wile, Ilor e Devotional 7:30. Music elated money. C. M. Sproles. Braich visited relatives near town Music. Recitation Sunday Address, Education oftheNegio The Legislature of Georgia has Ii.in to the w f ; ol II i1) R igland a M Taylor. Prof S. Instrumental forbidden foot lull playing in that boy. "LiLurn." Recitation solo MUs Lull Archer. on reliable authorstate. It Miss Gcotgii Wnlker The statements ot those who have ity that more lives aro lost yearly at Ditnvri! Resolved. That women been cured by Hood's .Sarsaparil'a foot ball than in pnzo fighting in this should be admitted to id political prove the gie-n- t merit of this medicountry, and bull fighting iu Mexico privileges the same .is men Affirm cine. Oft only Hood's. and Spain. This only iuchuka thoso atlve, Prut R D Newton, Prof P A. Let us nil give thanks that it is as who are killed nutriulit. Largo numGuy. Negitive. Prof S M Taylor, well with us as it is. None ot us are bers aie daily being disabled at foot Prof Mirk Acton edAll fiiends to situttt-but that we might be In a ball. The dispatches describing tho ucation are cordially invited much worse condition condition of leading clubs who Ktcriboiljr Bnjs So, iu Inst Saturday "s games, contii eiiiiirm. Cascarcls Candr C.itlmrlle, llu, moil wonDemocracy and Populism haing tained Htntesineiits IIko these: "Cnpt. derful 111edlc.il illrocrvof Ilia iipo, pleasant nml rofivslnnij tn tho Usle, on uently teen d feated by the Republicans In Minds whoso ankles were repent-edl- y iiml positively on l.hlnoj , liver mill bowels, Injured, is nearly wo'l, and Jack-Bi- n cleansing tlio entlro njslrni, dlspil tolil, Ohio county both separately hi d LMiinlioiuliiuliK, fovrr, linlllii.il intistlpallan box combined they now do the ' cry tU y has uwnpleUly iccovcied Ironi anil liinimn. i'lensn Imv nnd tryn an 10, Jl, Miicnlv Hold J act" by conti sting. Give 'em n ofO. (!. (J "su. guaranteed to euro by ull druggists, bis wrenched nun " "IMlo'", who gar teat" as that is a I they dtscre is scheduled as Ko ly'sfiilHiiute, Is Two ot the men who have been In suffering from a twisted neck, but jail f.ir some time nt Newport for their . will probably play," Such expr-sassua'.t on Mih. Gleasnn nnd both ot sioiis as these aru plonlilully dispois--' cd through occurreuO ol great f mt them have received a renteucc ot twenty years tacit in the penltentiaiy Por Infants ond Children. bill games. Duke Croxson nnd Dad ol the State hi- Greer were the leaders nud they w II Til The I'rrkiilrul 111. l liinnrf. .nam When a Republican t'nni;iess passsoon be behind the bars where for a ed n genuinely Republican leviuip lime at leatt the pulhic will be rid of c u cd ' tbee-Ifi-tiock I dUi Mi-m- ie I CASTORIA rm&& out iu helping others, iu self Fiierllko, tit a dosiru to bo Rwcct, Cifful Information For (tin Wlelder of womanly nnd lovable, our own trials slip uway and when Tlianksglvlug day the Fntlte Knife. Mnney, Iu his work on practical comes nrouud wo can, with a joyous heart, declare that wo luno much to bo carvliiK. tay you should placo tho with the head from you, on n large grateful for. All holidays lime their sorrowful platter Have ready ono small nnd one larKc knife, ono small aud ono laro Fide; I hey nro rrmliilwonfc of other ocfork. IiiH-r- t the lnrpo fork through tha casions wluu tho family lu perfect, uncenter cf the breast, the tines nitraddlo broken numbers sat minimi tho tablo of the rldgo. Cm away the twdtio with and reveled in tho spirit of thooccaslou. which tho bird is trussed and ait two Now they uru hciute'rcd hero and there. thin slices of white meat from ths Death, perhaps has claimed some, mid the fount of t'xlay Is but a inert) shadow breast down to tho shoulder. Now divide the wind from tho shoulder, which, of the functions of other senwms long If dune before cutting tho two slices, gone by. llut if you nro loft entirely that part of tho fowl and the upper ends nlono and aro obliged to sit down to yonr solitary meal with no companions of tho slices will be merged The exmvo your own thoughts, you still havo pert will next divide tho drumstick chum) for thaukfulucss, nud you will from tho second joint, but tho bcKlimci should cut nbovo tho second joint down find it if you only innko It your busitoward tho Kick, then cut on tho lower ness to look for It '"istcad of moping side, pross tho joint gently outward with nnd repining over what cannot bo helped tho knife and with tho point ot tho knife ami what is only nnuto worso by breeding upon. Awako In touch with tho divide thi) Joints. Now uso tho small knifo and fork to spirit of tho day, nud you will find separato the drumstick and second joint that, dopito all past troubles or present and also to divide tho latter whtlo In annoyances, yon can cnuso tho 1 hours hand. Sllco off tho breast lu wldo, long to brim over with gratefulness that may and not too thiu slices. Gently draw do much to mako other ones equally tho bird over on its left sldo aud with joyous. one quick, sharp stroke with tho knifo cut part way through tho right center ROYAL of tho back. Cut from tho pope's uoso " " along tho hack, up to this cut, to HOW THE TRUE SPORTSMAN HUNTS tho sido boma. Tho "oysters on THIS NOBLE GAME. tho back beloug with tho aldo bones and should not bo detached from them. Tho wishbone should be soparatcd from tho Glorlout Sport SrrUIn Hint In till Wild breastbone and shoulder, and 11 quick Mountain lllalri-II- U ririh FarSuperlor stroku will separato tho collar bono from Oobblert lo lilt llnmritlo llrolher-U- lil tho breast. Another will gho you tho Are Very Kiionlug Ilirilt. shoulder blado, around which is fair Taking him "by and largo." an old "picking." Tho left sido is carved tho samo as tho right side, nnd it is cousid- - turkey gobbler Is the quickest, swiftest, cred qnltonn accomplishment to bo nblo shiest mid most knowing animal with to curve with tho left hand as well as wings or without. He can mu llko a with tho right. greyhound, smell llko a deer, no like, an cagh) and fly llko a wild turkey. AN EMBLEMATIC DINNER. You may havo spent two hours in crawling on your baud nud knei'.s oer Let th Thnkif Itlusr Frit lie Thoroughn mountain open or iu moving with ly AmerlrmD. noiseless footsteps, each ono ot which A real Thanksgiving dinner should bo Is considered with careful deliberation, as emblematic an possible There Is un- and n single, sudden turn ot your head, doubtedly vnluo in tho obtervauco of map of a tvlg or gleam of sunsbiuo on national customs, though tho spirit ot your pun will send n whole gang a mllo tho ago is to disregard them. Thauks-givinaway and up tho mountain. Upward it was tho first national feast wo always Is. When turkey docs obMirveel as such In this country. It not iiko tho looks of things, ho wnuts was tho first unbending of our puritan- tho rockiest and roughest summit of ical fathers, tholr first yielding to tho tho particularly highest headland of tho appetlto nftcr their despernto flight from topmewt ridgo of n wholo range, nnd ho England, wbcro tho spiritual' meaning generally gels it. If it is hu runs, of si festival was buried In gluttony and nud ho etui run up faster than you cm Christmas was synonymous with riotous fall down. If it is a gentle rise, ho living. Tho Thanksgiving feast first thrashes tho nir with his mighty wings broke tho grim nud frugal year for us. r up obstructing tree) tops, and then setting tho example, away ho sails with a velocity that belongs Nature her.-cl-f, heaped our laps with tho harvest yield, to a 20 pound feathered cannon Kill. nud tho feast on that day should typify Take n dog along, if you will, aud the pleuly nnd prosperity of tho year. when tho gang is busy f ceiling your of us havo enough nnd to spare Most them so quickly as to cur may Let us SCO that wo do spare, of it to mako a Hush. Off they will fly, scatterthose of scanty menus. ing in every direction, no two birds toAs it was from old England thnt we gether. If it is afternoon, they will drow our .ideas regarding our feasting, want lo get together for tho night, and no French course dinner should bo sorv-ee- l in a few hours you hear far off a plainupon this occasion, but a generous tive board, grcnuiugwith its load, n la seven notes, tho last should bo spread. Tho turkey is Ihreo enming shorter nud sharp"- - Now, king of tho feast ::owy celery wi'U its if you are ono uf tho niro indl ulrals canary colored crest crowning him, aud, who can make, aud manipulate a turkey together with tho time honored product call, tako from your pocket tho well of tho bogs tho cranberry promising worn hollow bones of a wild gobbler's us ho shall not pnll upon our tiuto from wings, bo still ns death mid imitate that very richness. Sweot mid whito pota- queer Invitation. You will jirobably bo toes, both absolutely indigenous to this conscious that it Is answered aud havo laud, with or without onions, turnips somo delicious hemutloiiH. Nny, it may parsnips and salsify iu fact, your cholco oven conii) nearer und lead you to madof a host of vegetables, all iu season ly strain your eyo nerves trying to seo for tho day play tho part of courtiers through entirely opaquo tuiderbrnsli. at this royal gntherlng. Beforo sitting But unle-- s thoso turkeys aro very young down It might bo woll to rovivo onu ofand foolish or nro hens this will bo ten forgotten custom of tho early cennil. An old gobbler will havo thought turies namely, to glvo thauks, for is it all out long 'liuforo ho steps within it not Thanksgiving dinner? Exchange. r.mgo und silently tly away, leaving you to wonder why tho uuswor doo-u- 't riutlnr, Not Fekitlng;. keep on coming. When John Adams wus president thoroughbrcel and glorious way and when u war with Franco seemed to lho a tuikey is to go out alono in kill imminent, ho Lssucd a proclamation. tho mountains with your winchoster In viow of "tho unfriendly dispo- and a half dozen cartridges and just sition, cocdnot nud demands of a look for tho noblo old fellow. Not that foreign power, evinced by repeated rejnit looking will do. To mako much of a fusals to receive oar messengers of recsuccess you must listen for him, feel fer onciliation nnd peace," a day was set him, t.Htuforhim nnd smell for him, too, apart for fasting, humiliation ami pray-o- r and above everything else wait for him. Nor was this the last day which the Get into just tho wildest aud most sepeople of tho United States were called cluded glado you can climb to, where upon to celebrate iu this humble way, tho only harvesters of the chestnuts and as Madison issued a similar proclamahickory nuts aro tho squirrels, where tion iu I8M, because of tho war with the tea berries, huckleberries and wild Great Britain then in progress. Tho fol- grapes grow only for tho pheasants and lowing j ear, however, ho culled upon turkeys, where tho wildcat screams at all tlio pcoplo to rejoice on tho second night, tho fot pounces on tho rabbit, Tuesday lu April over tho restoration the black bear hunts for bco trees and of pcaeje. the big horni'd owl is tho villain iu many nocturnal tragedies. Keep iu tho A SfMoo of Ittcrriitlon. underbrush, but loe)k out into every Thanksgiving day has long been n period of social happiness, and one cannot open glado. Tako noto of what thcro is fall to noto a decided tendency to make for a turkey to eat and sco if tho dry it a day of physical recreation also. leaves aro scratched up. Walk about a mllo nu hour aud don't Both of tbesn forms of enjoyment nro Perhaps the put your foot down unless you know valuable aud desirable.. ideal Thanksgiving day would bo that what kind of auolsolt is going to make. in which all tho activities of man the Don't bo buro It is a sqnirrel you hear intellectual, thn moral, tho spiritual scampering over tho leaves until you and tho physical work in harmony for seo him or hear his chatter. Bco everytho accomplishment of tho highest and thing that your eyes can tako lu and keep thorn looking steadily on points lu noblest puri)sei. distant leaf colored slopes until thoy sco many things that did not appear at lltmemnrarice. first. Stop sometimes nud don't inovo This will ever bo a good elay to recount the national mercies of tho past; any thing but your eyeballs forllvo full, to remember the heroic figures that give silent minutes. Never mnko any sudden to our republic tho bent evidcuco of the move, consider whether tho last night's fruitfuluess of democracy; to recall frost has fallen on this area of runted and torn up leaves, whero plainly strong Washington, Franklin, Jcifersou, Hamilton, Lincoln, Grant and a great cloud toes havo been laying thcro tho rich, of other splendid witnesses to tho power dark earth or tho sweet remains of tho chestnut crop. of national lifo in its noblest incarnaWhen you decido that tlio scratching tion. Selected. has Lccu dono this morning, sco whero Thankiiflrlog of the Future. it began and remember what ground The Thanksgiving day of tho future lies in tho dlrectiou to which it tends.' will be llko that of the past nud the Then follow, moving moro slowly aud present, characterized by religious servcarefully, Como ton steep mountain ices by amusements and by feasting side, sheering to tho sycamoro fringed und good fellowship For one I would river Do not daro to go directly down. Sldlo quickly off ou a better grado mid not havo it otherwise. Henry W. Rogers. then, having circled over n swift, breathless half inilo, work back to whero tho LMft to Dlnnrr. trail should moot tho river meadow. rirst Cannibal What madu your Tako euro. Drc ) at full ugth, it litMo wife- sco'd you - thanksgiving di,-of tho hasto. cautious r Second Uannlluil I wus lato to they uro, strutting forth from tho unaud tho missionary was cold. dergrowth by tho stroain after washing down tho chestnut breakfast with cold, LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SIDE. clear mountain water. Thoy como up tho hill toward you, and you lio liko We llava .1lur Cauiei to 11a TlianUful If a stricken man, with your rillo followSl'e Try lo See litem. ing overy movement of a great black Another Thanksgiving day has dawngobbler, father of tho flock, though ho ed, and wo aro perhaps iiuestioulug ouris still 1100 yards nway. selves as to whether wo havo any cause) Motherly, mild mannered hens and forjrratltudo in the way our lives huvo young gobblers nro in his train, sipping been ordered The pessimist, looking aldewdrops from tho grass, picking at ways on the d.uk side, says, "Well, I ragweed, chasing a grasshopper with may be fairly happy today, but that half open wings or ruffling into mako coesn't argue that 1 may not be utterly beliovo combats. But never for u momiserablo tomoiruw, ' nud lu consement aro all off their guard. Ono, two quence be 01 lie, iuitcudof being thankor three of their tall nocks aro always ful for tho present good, frets over tho stretched aloft, full of eyes aud ears, in perhaps who Uuows? statuesquo suspicion. Now tho old gobfuture orll which may never come. bler straightens up his head, poised four Every one of us has something for feet from the ground, trim, gruooful, glvo thanks today Now bewhich to powerful, tho sun glinting on the dai gin aud analyze our possessions and sco iridescent feathers of his back and lowoutweigh tho er neck. Now you decide- he is iuraugo. if tho blessings do not miseries If wo have health, wo should Your 88 caliber bullot strikes his uob a rejotco; that is n raro gift that cauuot breast with a mufllod thump, nnd tho bo too warr ly appreciated. If n dear giant wings wildly beat clown the dry ono who has been at death's door is reragweed, while your magazine Is empstored to us, that Is another cause for tied vainly at tho dark forms shooting jubilation. Even if wo nro pressed hard off toward tho wooded mountain side. financially, t hero arc compensating sides Ho is u royal creature, this wild turto that situation Nothing is so bad but key, aud you may hope to sou an old it could be worso, ami though wo may gobbler tip tho scales at SO or 35 not feel privileged to shout over a posipounds. Washington Star, tive good wo cuu bo happy in tho fact that it is not u positive evil. Every ono Miff Glenn Bibb, of Stnndford, Ky , of us has tho power to mako suushlno ill viflt her sister, Mrs Mc Pair, lu our own and In tha lives of others. Unrdoui there nro to bear for overy pair soon, CARVING A TURKEY. of Khnulders, tur-ki-- y Can't This is the complaint ot thousands at this scsson. Thoy bftvo no appetite; food fcBfclifc docsnotrellsh. They need thetonlngupof tho stomach nd dtgcstlvo orgsns, which a courso ot Hood's Barsaparllla will glvo them. It also pnrlfln and enriches tho blood, cures that distress after eating and Internal misery only a dyspeptic can know, creates on appetite, overcomes that tired feeding and builds up and sustains tho wholo physlcsl system. It so promptly ond efficiently rcllorcs dyspcptlosymp-tom- s and cures nervous headaches, that It seems to havo slmost " a msglo touch." . !2 Hood's Sarsaparilla Is tho best WILD TUKKEY Hood lu fact thoOno True Illood Purifier. are the twit S PUIS pills, aid digestion. 250. pro-eur- o l.llllins-r- il In lllllil, To buy and reproduc famous pilnl-ing- s involves nu expenditure that could hardly be born unless, as In the case of The Youth's Companion, the enterprise Is sustaine i by Ihe approval of more than five bundled thous- and subscribers. The Companion's Souvenir Calendar lor 1898 n series Uithfully ol charming figur'-pieiegold, copied in colors and Is recogmzfd ns on ol the richest nrd most costly examples ol this form of nrt. Yet every new sul scribcr rc ceives It withoat additional charge. Moreover, the paper is ttnt liee to new subscribes every week from the time the subscription is rcccivcel un til January,- - 1893. nnd then lor a full year to Jar.tniy, iSyo The populur price tf The Compnu ion, $ 75 n year and the character of it contents make it a paper for every household, Hxccption.il attractions are promised foi the fifty twouum'wts to be Issued during 1898 TheRt. Hon. W. V.. Gladstone, the Hon. Thomas B, Reed, Rudyard Kipling, Lillian Nordica, John Burroughs, W. D. Howells nnd Max O'Rellarc prominent iu the long list ol eminent con1 ' g cle-a- tributors iu The Companion's announcement, which will be scut ftce to nny one addressing Tin: Youth's Companion, 205 Columbus Ave , Boston, Mass. Kug-lau- THE LATEST NEWS! InHKAVrU DAM is that Hocker & (Jo's buyers have just returned from tho City markets whero ho has been picking up somo extra I1AHGANS. Our trade h lieei very excellent in all lines, especially in CLOTHING and HAPS. Tliete havo been gong very fast, because we have had an immenso stock, aud pcoplo havo had agood chance as well as purchase what they want. Our now bargains are now omitii; in and next week U CLOSING WEEK in which we propose to fit up at CUT KA.TKS every young mail who presents himself for a suit or overcoat, and every young lady who wants a wrap. Don't put elf this purchase because the best b rgaiuswill be gone Space forbids a list ot prices, but wo will say POSITIVELY that tho pried will be made to suit tho purchaser, iu suits from to S23 00, nnd in ladies wraps from 81.25 to $lf 00. Como and examine this, will cost you nothing. In all lines wo propose to suit the pcoplo and we have arranged to receive from thn peoples their casli or their c iiiutry produco, thereby enabling every body to provide himself with winter supplies. If thoy need winter shoes nnd havo not tho moiioy bring us a load of good, shucked corn nnd get shoes for the winter, Como or send us your orders. i- k HOCKEIUtCO l)U (Villi. For n limited time 99 cents will pay fjr one dozen cabinet size photos nt Scluoeter's Plotting Studio 10 criti; a ein.ii is om: iay Take laxative Bromo Quinine All Druggists refund the money if it fails lo Cure. 35c. 6 6 mo Tab-lect- Nil re ( lull Curi-- . Armistead'a Chill Tonic Is a sure cure tor chills. J. H. Williams only has a few battles, so it you want to keep oil cnills call for n bottle at ONCIJ. Trice 45 cents a bottle. Don't delay, Dr Wanted-- rrott 1 Iter mjr trlog you utalth. Wmmouoo. D. C.,or Ihelr I.uu prUo oBw mti.Hit o( two tuiailraO. id laratloo vraafnt. Tour lil ) An Idea Who cn think of torn tlmpld luiaff wpticaw t- ? to Th--r- diu-no- ifn- - OASTOXIX-A.- . tin ITirr and wife J lly Mr. J. M. cvxi: iin.. Chil-th- n or Mr Siturdiy and Sundiy. Messrs, S M.und I O. Wi son G Wilson io Fordaville ui'ie Mr. G. W. Wils n lost n valuable hotse last fnturd")'. MIsi Amnnd Jamls'in, who has been staying at Sulphur Spnugs, w. a at home on a visit last week. We nre having an inteie3tiiig singing school here conduc ed ny Mr. G. J. Wlls 11 ANDr.nspN mm a ,EieiTy Pectoral saved my child's lifo in an 6 AABf,9 V ? attack of CP0I9D. G. II. FRANKLIN, Bedford Springs, Va IIALF-SIZ- 8 BOTTLBS, joe 5. m uun ii a.1 m 13 HALF DOLLARS Keyal makes ths food pars, kbtlmnil and delicious. WILL GO AT FAIR & COS As far as one dollars go figm j at most stores, This is not simply chat to getyour trade, but actual facts. Below we quote y prices that down competition: Good 10 4 gray blankets Good io-- white blankets 4 Absolutely Puro POWDER yokk. ovi tuma rowotii co., hi Rev. A. N Whiltinghlll, the wcIN New shoes at Schapmire's, known Misslomry BaptUt preacher, loot Walnut stteet, was arrested SatPants $l ntSchapmlte's. urday afternoon by Deputy She! ft" loo more new ot Fair & Co's. I.oy.1 Mtillic.it) on a wnrrtnt sworn Snagless gurn boots at Fair & Co's. out against him by Mln Annie M. Good Mcintosh $2 at Fair & Co's. Daniel, of Oaton, Ohio ccuuty, Mr. Whitllnghlll nt once extcuted bond ioc canton flannel 8c at Fair & Co's. in the sum of $100 for his appearance Good jean3 pants 75c at Fair & for trial before Judge Morton, of the Ohio county court, nt Hartford, on Co's. December 17. New ginghams and calicoes at Fair The cause of the arrest of Mr & Co's. had its origin about five or Capt. S. K. Cox was in Owensboro six months ago while he was conductthis week. ing n series of tent meetings at Ola-tobeing then nnd now a hojie misNew sorghum molasses at Carson sionary in the employ of the Daviess Bros. 30c. All-wo- icon at Carson Bros 1'rrnrlicr Arirntiil. FASCINATING apa The Greatest Singer of the Day Acknowledges Her Indebtedness to Paine's Ceiery Compound. 0 u Whit-tlnghl- ll n, 50c 75c $1 00 t Pay your subscription. Men's boots $1 25 Waterproof Fair & Co's. duck coats $1 25 at 14 white blankets 1 wool mixed blankets 4 scarlet blankets 11 4 nil wool white blankets Good sire bed comfort Good si7e satinc coveted comforts Good cotton jeans Best cotton jeans Good all wool jeans 1 1 1 Extra Extra 150' $t 00 50 to 3 00 2 75c . $1 00 . . 10c 15c-. Mens heavy fleeced underwear 50c at Caron & Co's at Fair & Co's. Buy millinery goods at Carson & Remember that subscription ac Co's. count we need it. Ladles new underwear at Carson & Take your eggs and feathers to J." Co's. 12 Fogle'&Ci. Old Ky. Jeans 25c at J. 12. Fogle & Co's. Hand made horseshoes ntTweddell Bros. Good cotton fliunel sc Dr. S J Baker, Madisonville, in town this wtek. was . . . 22c Good all wool gray flannel 17c at J. E Fogle & Co's Men hiavy ov;roats for E. Fogle & Co's. $2 Good twilled flannel Good all wool gray fltnnel . . . Heavy medicated red flannel . . Good canton flannel Heavy grade canton flannel . . Good domestic Good ("hitting Good yard wide bleach Good turkey red table linen Apron check gingham . . . . 15c . . . . . . 1 at J. E Fo- 8c gle & Co's. Good shirting 4c per yard isjat J. 23c at J. E. . . .5c 8c Fogle & Co's. Mr. J. A. Nave, oi Louisville, was in town this week. Apron gingham 4,Jcper yard at J. E Fogle & Co's. . . . . . . 5C 4 to 7c . . . Sc . . . ISC 5C Buy men's and ladies' shoes at Car son & Co's. style gingham PlAnnclelts for wrappers Drt-ss . . SC 10c Good calico All wool dress goods Roman stripe percals Highland plaid percals Men knit shirts Men heavy fleeced shirts Men fine Australian shirts Ladies fleeced vest I.nOies heavy fleccid vest R & G. Corset . . . French woven corset Men good percal shirts Men heavy jersey shirts Men Good boots Ladles good grain shoes ac 25c to ft per yaid 10c 10c f '. V , 25c 50c $i 00 . 19c , 25c 85c 35c 48c 50c $1 00 85c . Indies better grade shoes rivited Cli Id shoes Ladles good heavy cape nirelv trimmed Men good overcoat Men good hats Men tourist bats, a corker Men all wool suits Good Mcintosh coat Good Jeans pants (too 50c to $t 00 1 00 2 So . r. t 50c 00 . 4 00 2 00 75c 1 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, FAIR. A COMPANY, Hunter, the pastor of the Methodist church of this place, closed a ery successlul nuttuv here a few weeks ago. There was about fiVe converted with three additions to the church. Jnss Soporo Ashley who has been confined to her room for the past month with typhoid lever, is improving fast. Rev. Joe T. Taylor closed a protracted meeting at the Adaburg Bap tist church this week with good results. Mr. Jim Weller is building him a new store and dwelling house near Taflyand vill soon have it completed Mr. George Foreman is v ry w with consumption. Miss OraWesteifield, of WcsietfieM, was the guest ut Misses Anna lltcktv and Lucluda Morgan Friday Mr. Lon Owen is having him n new dwelling house built near Ada-barIda. Rev. M. M. 1 aoauuku. ' Lllljies capes for 70c at J. E. Fogle & Cos J. E. Good cotton jeans ioc at gle & Co's Heavy cotton flannel Fogle & Co's Fo E 7c at J want Remember Bulllngton when a good shave you Remember we need that little sub t scri you owe. Call In and fix it up. II you want plain or fancy or toed shrcing, or in fact any kind ot horse shoeing call on Tweddell Bros Hart- ford. Ky. We tiust our irirnds will get a hustle on themselves nnd send us the news from every section ol the couns ty Will Nnrprlsr You. In order to prove the great merit of All persons Ely's Cream Balm the most effective he indebted to knowing themselves to me by note or account for Catarrh nnd Cold in Mead, Cure Wll please call und settle same, nnd s your druggist will supply it geni-rougreatly oblige, 10 cent trial size or we will m il for 8 tf DM Hockisr, C. O. C C, 10 cents. Full size so cts ELY BROS , 56 Warren St , N Y. Ely's Cream Balm has coinpeUly cured me of catarrh when ever bin 1 else failed Many acquaintance h we A lrd used it with excellent results W. Stevens, Laid ell, Ohio. It Photographer A. D. Taylor has returned from Dawson and will be found iu his gallery here in person every Monday and nt Beaver Dam the balance of the week. "Just as Good Scott's Emulsion V ' Let us reuiptnter that the Ki publi can patty is ureHer than tmy nun 11 it, tint it is not lie a ers mim! t. who imke the petty lu that the p r ty Is composed of ill 'H-- p tmv s in cettiin pn ciplcs We be- d th K puw lieve in the pr" ipl lican party nnd it 111 k'H I nt little 'eadcr nr, difference to us bur we have our ws on tho fli).' H'd where it wave ttl b.' Inunr i fighting. I'll fl linn limn still waves and n Istration U In powr nt Washing . Let us labor h fet-o- n and nt for the ! md tht4 idml'ds success ol th tt lit not poty jealousies tratjou divide us. Let us tiike j lesson f jura the enemy and stand unite! know, lug no man hut only the pilnciplt we hold so dear Banner R-- as Scott's and we sell It much cheaper," is a statement sometimes made by the druggist when Scott's Emulsion is called for. This shows thatthed'ruggiststhemsclvcsregard' standard, and the purchaser who desires to procure the standard because he knows it has been of untold benefit, should not for one instant think of taking the risk of uirag sorneumnw prepa- "Just as good'' for stand- ard preparation twenty- five years on the market, should not be permitted by the intelligent purchaser. tlut U OH with Hypophos-of Cod-Livphites of Lime and Soda as the er ffSJt'Sra bownb, mm FHCtL B.M.WOOI.LKV.M.U, c iih . trrjot and WhtiVty Habit cured at horn wUv out plo. Hook of tho tart inn ul you SCOTT'S Kroulilon. gt ftJ r ou th wrppr 8i n bcott soo. and li.oo, .11 cmitt, drunlati. Nw York, oEnAi.vu. Dr. G. L. Everly has moved into Wet weather calls for boots and his new residence on Cedar street. shoes; Fair & Co. keep the best line Born to the wife of Mr. George Mr A. J. Haynes and wife, ol Remember Bullington will give Casebler, November 15, a boy. Uaynesville, are in town this week. Mrs. Ella Morton, wile of Mr ;V.M you a good shave, hair trim or shamMrs. T. L. Griffin and son, Henry, poo. Morton, died at her home near here, are in Owensboro visiting relatives Monday, Nov. 15. Mrs. Morton was Miss Ulectra Carson visited relatives one ol our best known and most beTweddell Bros, for all kind of in the Goshen neighborhood this loved women, both here and at Cen. ,blacksniithing, horse shoeing and re- week. tral'City where she formerly lived pairing. and will be greatly missed. She A protracted meeting is in progDr. J. S. Coleman is conducting a ress at Zion, conducted by Rev. J. N. leaves a husband, two little girls an very successful religious revival at infant babe and a host of friends to Jarnagin. Morgantown. mourn her departure. The remains For Shoes; Hats, Ties, Shirts, Col- were interred in the Walton's Creek Commonwealth's Attorney Rowe lars nnd Cuffs nnd gent's winter graveyard Tuesday. will move his family to Hartford in a call at Schapmire's Shoe Store. Mrs. Sally Baker. Bethel, attended short time. the funeral of her sister, Mrs. Mors The following persons have paid ton, Tuesday, also Mrs. Molly Smith, Dr. T. J. Wedding and wife, their subscription since our last issue: Paradise. Whitesville, visited relatives in HartG. B. Renfrow, Union City, Tenn,, Mr. James Baker, ford this week. Cherry Hill, Larkin Williams, Hartford. spent a few days here last week with Messrs. B I). Ringo, F. L. Felix friends and relatives. Louis. Mrs. Robt. Norris, of Griffith, Da and J. H. Williams were in Louisville vless county, is the guest of her last Saturday. Obltmtry brother, Mr. R. A, Anderson, of the On Thursday morning, October 7, Mr. G. H. Vickersand wile, nf Lyo Kinderhook neighborhood, this week. our little village was shocked as the nia, are the guests of their son, Mr. ). B. Vickers, this week Rev. G. . Bean and- Miss Sadie neivs spread from house to bouse of the death of Miss Norma Milner, Hocker, of the Goshen neighbohood, Mr L Hajdnn, representing the daughter of P. A. and Matilda Milwere married at the residence of Mr. Parish Medicine Co , ot St. Louis, Amos Miller last Sunday morning, ner, aged 15 years, Just as Norma was In town Wednesday Rev. Silas Newton officiating. Bro. was budding into womanhood, the Thanksgiving services were held at Bean is one of Hartford ,s oldest nnd Lord called and as she passed from the Methodist Church yesterday, con- best citizens, while his bride comes our circle and stepped oft from the ducted by the pastor, Rev, Silas New- from one ot the best families in the shores of time, we trust Norma is white robed throng ton. Along with their many with the county. As she mound the throne of God. friends we wish them well. If you want dry goods nnd clothing was naturally a quiet, still young and have got no money, bring us a lady she won the aftection oi all who I'onrl Nine, load of good shucked corn. She will be sadly missed Com'th vs S.J. Baker, "Wesley she met. Carson & Co. Mau-sy- , among her bchool mates, in tie SabTom Taylor (4 cases), stateAt the residence ol Mr. Millard ment filed and indictments dismissed. bath School and arouug the family Com'th. vs. Marion Likens ver- circle, with papa, mama, sisters and Tichenor's, ot the Walton's Creek brother there is a vacant chair that neighborhood, on next Sunday morn- dict of the juryt not guilty. can never be filled. On Friday even3406 Com'th, vs. Perry Crowder ing Mr. Luther Miller will be married law and facts to the court and the ing the 9th, ns the bell tolled solumn to Miss Prudie Ford. evidence being heard the indictment the friends friends gatheied at the We have asked several of our sub little cemetry and after readlng,prayer scribers to help us out this week by was dismissed. Com'th. vs. E. A. TIchenor filed and song by Rev J II Richardson, remitting what is due on subscription. Norma was laid uway to await the We trust they will make a ready re- away witli leave. A Fiuhnd, Com'th. vs. ElmorrSimmons ver- resurrectiou morn. We need the money owlug sponse. dict of the jury, not guilty, us on subscription Com'th. vs Len T Wells dlsmisi-e- d Mr W. II, Griffin has purchased tbe drug store and stock ot R. E. Com'th vs. Sim Helm &c, dis Gregory at Owensboro and will at niidsed ns to John HufT, he having once take charge of same. The store been tried in quaiterly court. is located on Third Street, between Bond oi Situs Helm lorfeited. St Ann and Ftedeiica The seven following cass stricken from the docket: Chas. Trogden, Mr. R. T. Tel e I jri.t her fice Worth Smith (3 cases), Ltnds Hurt, and common carelessness can make a badl burned yesterday morning iu John Tucker Sr , Tom Mlnton. combination strong enough to defy tryi"ir to remove a pot of hot tea Com'th. vs L. P Crowder law all tho healing skill of tho physician. fro her coaking stove. Her oldest and f icts to court nnd fined $100, Common carolessnesa lots tho cold son, Lonnle, in his e(Frt to help his Com'th vs. Foster Gross Prosecumother remove the pot, gotdils hair tion continued and the defendant was root and grow. Common carelessness says, between paroxysms of coughbadly scorched. recognized in the sum ol $150. ing, " It will bo all right In a day or i:" Com'th. vs Perry Crowder Plea n. ri:n two," and tho common end 13 conMr. John Carter is Having rected a in bar entered and indictment dis firmed lung troublo, perhaps con' missed neat pinure gallery treatMr. James Culloway Com'th vs. John Willis Pined sumption. Tho common-sons- o 3 bailing a common cold Is a prompt ment of a new dwelling bouse $10. doso of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It Mr, O II Bosket got one of his legs Com'th vs. Prank Smith, for Fined $5. is tho most eficiont and roliablo euro broken a.id a foot I adly mashed last ,0 " n saw loB' week whllf uia Com'th vs I C. R - (3) rases for colds and coughs, and Is conWife and child of S D Myers,, of filed away with letve, stantly prescribed by physicians, Point Pleaan. were badly burned Coit'th vs I. 0. R R Law and 8. Haynes, U. D., Saranac, K. Y, sajs t last week; fluid's clothing caught lacts to the court, nnd fined $100 "I have used Avert Cherry Pectoral In my from the giute nnd the mother fire Com th, V8, Hen Burges Filtd practice since 1853, and have alwavs found was badly burned swinj; the child, away with leave. It reliable for the cura of colds, coughs, and They were doing well at 1st report. vs, Perry Crowder Com'th all lung diseases." Mr() lMin c.ddtll, ofMclIenry, (3 caes ) Com'th vs Luther Duke, (2 cafes)! Com'th, vs Gilbert Taylor r""rf,,1 Davis, ac- - Com'th vs. Henry Maddox; Com'th. com pnnied her heme. vs. Ben Harrison; Com'th. vs. Tobe Mr, fillzi Wootlwaul. of Point MldklfT; Com'th. vs, O. F. Sandusky; Pleasant, and Miss E'ni lllcks, of Com'th vs Henry Noll; Com'th, vs. Beda, are visum,; the family ol (I J(l. Ben Purges. The above eleven cases Dlvls this week filed away with leave. bottles, for In half-slz- o Willie James viMlcd at Pi hit Pleas Com'th vs, Randall Collins (2) is now put up half price 50 cents. and Saturday nnd Sunday, Rkx, cakes dismissed! We want a good correspondent in every locality in Ohio county. Un-we- ar 36 in. percals for 7ic per yard at J. E Fogle & Co's. Mens heavy boots $1.25 atj. E. Ladies heavy grain shoes for $1 at Fogle & Co's J. E Fogle & Co's. Red table linen 15c per yard at J E. Fair & Co sell the millinery. See Fogle & Co's. them for the latest. Good twilled flannel 15c at J. E. The Court House at this place has Fogle & Co's. been painted recently. Mr T. L. Griffin returned Irom Good Domestic 4ic by tht bolt at Owensboro Tuesday. J. E. Fogle & Co's. Big bargains in ladies fine shoes at Fiesh cakes, crackers, &c, just reSchapmire's this week. ceived at Carson Bros. Mr. Jesse Bean was in Madisonville 53c for 10-- 4 bed blankets at Fair this neck on business. & Co's. others want 75c. Nince dress ginghams for sc per Mr. Foster Howard, of Owensboro, yard at J. E. Fogle & Co's. was in Hartford last Sunday. Flannetts for wrappers at 8jc per Judge Morris Eskridge, Hardins-buryard at J. E. Fogle & Co's. was in town this week. Mr I. II. Acton, of Owensboro, Carson & Co will trade you dry was in town this week. goods and clothing for good corn. Children grain shoes from 65c to For furnishing goods, dry goods $1 25 at J.E Fogle & Co's. and clothing see Caison & Co. son & Co's g, Men's and ladies' new hats at Car- country Baptist association. It Is alleged that there was considerable the part of some of the young people who attended the cervices, and that Miss Daniel was one of the most prominent in the misbehavior. It is also said that the bad conduct become so notoriously outrageous that the minister was compelled to administer a rebuke, which it is al leged was very caustic and very personal with reference to Miss Daniel. The warrant sworn out by the young woijan says that he "used abusive and insulting language to and in the presence of a female, intending to insult her cr to provoke an assault." Miss Daniels alleges in her affidavit, on which the warrent was issued, that the preacher used the following language: "You are the toughest woman in the county and must get out of this tent," meaning Miss Daniels, and then addressing himself to the audience, said: "There is the basest woman in the county." Soon after the occurrence Miss Daniel sued Mr. Whittinghill in the Ohio circuit court for $5,000 damages to her character. The action came on for trial at Hartford last week, but his attorneys demurred her petition clear out ot court, and she then instituted a criminal prosecution against him by swearing out the warrant on which he was arrested Saturday and placed under bond for his appearance at Hartford to answer to the charge of attempting to provoke an Owensboro Messenger. assault. n i'''5;i:;"".r' Don't Tobacco Spit aud Smole lour Life Am j. To quit tobacco easily and forever, be ma? nctlc. full of life, ncrro and vigor, toko tho wonder worker, that makes weak men strong All druggists, Mo or tl. Cure guaranteed. Booklet and samplo free. Address Sterling Remedy Co, Chicago or New YorlU Emma Calve has attained a success unprecedented in the annals of lyric ait. To repeat the story of her triumph is needless. Her superb voice, her fascinating halforlental dances, her carresslng gestures, her black eyes, mirth nnd theindescrlba- ble something more, make up the dazzling personation by which the artist has made her name famous in every part ol the world. Her marvelous artist temperament has made her n great actress, but this its own price, and as great know great griefs, great tem- must know great nervous consequently, there are periods nervous prostration and unfulfill ed when impatient audi- are apt to forget these cxtenua- ting circumstances. Calve's absolute reliance on Paine's celery compound at all such times of nervous energy appears in the following letter: Boston, Mass., March, 1897. ; I I am convinced that Paine s celery compound is the greatest nerve strengthener that can be obta , ned. I can vouch for its wonderful health- -- t ..,!.,,.... EMMA CALVE. Every great change for the worst in health is in most cases at once be- trayed by a lots of neight and pinch- ed thinning of the lace. On the oth- er hand, and u Rain in weight, up to a certain point, goes hand in hand with an improvement in all other essen- Hals of health, and notably an im- in the color and amount of the blood. of the surest tests of the capabilities of Paine's celerv comnnnnil in ttiprnntrl Immm "a weight and the increased reddiness 0I" the blood that invariably follows it use. It clears the skin, makes the excretory, purifying functions, formed by the bowels, kidnevs and the skin, regular and thorough, The improvement In looks from taking this great restorative is not a mere matter of idle vanity, but the s'Bn ' ue!"n'er processes all over the body May a parent, wife and gs bantJ llave watched with growing Prise anJ 3y some, listless, D'ooJed, feeble relative gaining, d the help of Paine's celery com-- of Pound flesrii color and wholes6me-engagement- s ness of m5nt) anu" s Not on'v 's tnere a decided gain in tne Seneral health from the use of Pfine's celery conP"d, but such disorde,s as sick 1'eadaches, rheuma-lo- w tism' neuralBfa. disease and nervous debility invariable yield to the vigorous building up of the health tltnt. tnis S'eat remedy never fails to br, about Increased appetite, ready capacity to digest food and the final cure of stomach disorders, bowel difficulties and nervous derangement follow the use of Paine's celery compound, As a prudent man insures his house against a contingency of fire, howe- ver remote, so persons feeling "run down" and tired should take precau- tions against serious 'breaking down n health by building up securely the strength and vigor of the entire tem by means of Paine's celery com- pound. One health-making hus-brlnsur-hear- ts white-perament uns-straiDot3y-ence- aPW my Went to Trmnkislvlnc Bring Reunions. No othor gala season of tho year, not even Christmas, sets iu motion so many forces, sees cars nnd boats so packed with children and grandchildren going back to tho old homo, sees old peoplo so forgetting their ago aud yonng peoplo so honoring tho old, and altogether witnesses tuch beautiful reunions ns wo find at Thanksgiving. Men immersed in business cares tako tinio now to run np to tho rocky farm In Massachusetts, or the prairie home in Wisconsin, or tho wheatfiold of Dakota, to bo boys again besldo their parents. "I'm growing to bo quito an old gentleman," said my friend, whoso 88 years nro Ids crown of glory, "but 1 tell you when Thanksgiving comes I'm a boy again, for my children and their families all como back to keep tho day with mo. " Christian Herald. Malne'a Christopher Colgate, from Barrett's Ferry, Ohio county, arrived in the city last night on the 9:35 I C. train" and went to the Plauters House. The clerk thought there was something queer about him and refused to keep him over night. Messrs. N. P. and J. Ed Guenther saw the man and recognizing him ns a Mason took care of him, furnishing him lodging at the Roby House. He had no money, had a pension voucher lor $90 nnd a gold watch. He said he was an invalid and came here to go into a hospital. Plnding none here he leit for Evansville this morning. Inquirer. I r.niiilllr. Flnt Thaukigivlng;. OASTOIUA. .. a common cold 1 Tho first Thanksgiving day in America was appointed not by tho pilgrims, as many persons mistakenly believe, but Mil by members of the church of England. Mr. C. V. Schaptntie's kitchen Monhcgan, off the caught fire from a defective flue It was celebrated at last Maino coast, near tho mouth of tho Kennebco river, as fur back as 1G07 13 Tuesday morning, but was put out be'ore much damage was done. years prior to tho arrival of tho iu Plymouth harbor and Chaplain Boymour preached a sermou "gyving God thanks for our happy motyngo H. and enlTo oryvail into tho country." WATERLOO, IOWA. Selected. "Saved From the Horrors of Nervous by Dr. Miles' Nervine. Time For TlianUiglvlnff. The end of harvest time is universal, ly tet npart for tuunkbglvlng. Whether In tho form of tho American Thanksgiving day, tho English harvest home, tho Scotch Halloween, tho Hebrew Feast of Tnberuuclos, tho Konmn festival iu honor of tho goddess Ceres or tho Greek festival In honor, of Deinetcr, tho instiuct prompting it is tho same. Siuco men first becumo tillers of tho ground their two greatest annual events have been scedtimo atd harvest. Now York Sun. Tlie 1'nrmer'J Thankigltlnr. May-Uow- W. PALMER, I 1 Tlia earth Is brown and nklca nro gray, And tho windy wooda are bare, And tlio flrtt wlilto fluid uf the coming mow Are afloat In the frmty air, But tliu timrka fly up from the hickory log On the hoineattiad'a broad atono hearth, And the windows (hake, aud tho ratter ring, To the lad' and tho lawee' mirth. The farmer'a face U furrowed and worn, And hi locks are thin and while, Out hi hand is steady, his voice Is clear, And his eye Is blus and bright As he turns to look at his sweet otd wife, nho sits In her gown of gray, With the cobweb kerchief and creamy frills She wore on her wedding day, Uf bows his head to th laden board And the guests they are silent all. Thankiglrlng, Lord, for ths sun and rain, And the fruit on the orchard wall. For the slher wheat, and the golden corn, And the crown of a peaceful llfo-- Th greatest blessing that thou canst glis A true and a taring wlfsl" This white haired lover he bends to kiss Her hand In Its frill of lace And the faded rose oh her wrinkled cheek With a proud und a courtly grace, s c!l:k on ths window pane, And the And the rafter ring above. And lb ansel lng at the gates of God The word of tho fatuier'a loa, Independent. R-- 1 '"""";;'", - AjCfS not always Indicate Mr. W. II. Palmer, of Waterloo, Iowa, wrlten "I was taken nervous strlcturo ot tho bronchial with a u, tubes, which developed Into nervous I was so weak I could not alt up. I got no sleep for days except when under the Inlluenco ot opiates. For four months I suffered azonle and prayed that I might die aud bo at rest. Oue physician said I had Dr.' ' consumption, for I bad H mues" a cough that guvo me -no rest. Hut a good old physician whose Restores medicine bad failed, .Health advised mo to use Dr. HCOliail (loos Nervine Cherry Pectoral Nervine and I thank Ood that It has brightened my days, lengthened my llfo and aared mo from tho horrors of nervous proat ration." Dr. Miles' Uomodleaaro sold by all drug-gls- U under a positive guarantee, first hattl benefits or money refundod. Hook on Head and Nervca aunt froa to all applicants. UlC MILE3 MHDIUAI. CO, Elkhart, Iud- - MlWltestoratlre Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, NOVUMBER aG, 1897. TRAGIC STORY OF LOVE Recalled By Verses By Robert Pynckney Wylls, a Kentucky Poet. Unroqultod Affoctlon Upsot Drnlnrn Cull mil lie I'll roil His Mind and Endod In by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion ot the ear. Sulcldo. ih:t iiih iikaiit in woims perfect: Hona Westcrfield 95, Willie Royal 95, Marv Royal 92, Herbeit Tanner 91, Prnuklin Mathis 90, Jas, Parmer 80, Robert Parmer 8i, John Royal 75. Keublu Paason 70, Tom Mathis 70, Sylvester Wcaterfield 80, Leva Phaup 75. Prankford Royal 75, Henry Johnson 78. Blaine Westerfield 70, Robert Royal 71, Ira Tanner 79, Tinnle Tanner 76, Cova Royal 75, Effiie Parmer 80, Sarah Johnson 85, Nola Pearson 73, Bertha Westerfield 72, Ona Westerfield 79, Nannie Phaup 85, Otis Westerfield 85, Levcrta Westerfield 70, Walter McCaity 70, Ethel McCarty 70. Lizzie McCarty 80, John McCarty 75, Inez Tanner 85, Icy Tanner 78. Cari. SorER, Teacher. I rriti:i In looking over some old papers tlie other day lu his office, n Louisville lawyer came across souienn published verses written lorty years ago which have a story worth relating. Miss Edna Isburne was a Kentucky beauty. She resided near Leitchfield. Robert Pynckney Wylls, a poet of some note in the neighborhood, fell in love with her. Herestded 2 miles iioui Bloomfield. Alter paying the girl court for some time the poet pros posed to her and was refused. Miss Isburne alterwrrd married Mr. Anderson Burtle, a wealthy man, near Wylls' blighted nflec Leitchfield. tions seemed to have affected his mind. He remained from home only a few mouths. A day or two alter his return he wrote these lines, dedicating them to "Edna:" There Is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed conditiou ot the mucous lining of the 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 inflim illation can be taken out nnd this tube restored to its nornal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases ont ot ten are caused by catarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous suffices. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Sen for circulars, free. P. J CHENEY & CO , Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. "Hume. Nwrel II nine." young South Carolina negro arrested on the charge of larceny gave bund and was afterwards given up by lii.4 bondsm.in. While waiting to be committed to jail, he escaped from the officers In charge. Next day he astonished the magistrate by walking into the office giving himiell up 1,1 A i1 K.I n; 1l lit uw tw CAJMUlllt Ut s nnNVU tnni..1,. It Iia oun tin inu Mrt friends and was really home nnd no happier in j ill than out ol it We agree with the Charleston Ne.vs mid Courier, which, caimutn ing on this case says that a young man without a home nnd friends is very liable This world to become a criminal. soon becomes n dreary p'ace to nny man who is without home and friends. Think of It, no abiding place n go to, no mutlier or wife to sympathize with you, no ftiends to whom you may go when the clouds rise, for council Homeless, friendless, out of employs ment. Jail can have little terror for such persons. And this leads us to siy that young men who have homes In which they are welcome, where their merits are weelcome, where their merits ate appreciated and where their faults and follies are covered over with the mantle ol charity do not realize in many instances how well off they are. The home is a staut lefuge lor the weary pilgrims who pursue life's journey. When they nre tiled they can go d theie and rest, when they ate they can go theie and be understood. Ttuly there is no place like home and the man who does not appeciate its precious benefits and its inestimable privileges will soon become a criminal at heart il not in acEx. tion A 1 misin-terpiete- U caused by tor pi J liver, which rrcrcnti diges tion and permits food to ferment ami luitrlfylu the stomach. Tbca follow dizziness, headache Biliousness " nervousness, and, ajaa reiiercu, wiioui revcr m t Insomina, w vuu H4-mil stimulate the stomach, rouse ths liver, euro Iicaihrhc. dlnlncsi. constipation, rtc ss cents. Hold by nil ilniRRlits. Tho only fills to take with Hood's BarsaiurllU. " Hood's j, ,....... ..w g aj g For Nalc A desirable farm of one hundred acres, situated near Hartford, well watered, a good otcbed, two hundred bearing trees, good buildings, and in good community. For further particulars call at this office at once, tf General Directory. Governor William 0. Btadley. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-ingtoSTATE OFFICIALS. UKESTOEDNA. is soirow born. Either the memory ol past bliss is the anor the agonies which guish ol have their origin in the ecstacies "Out of joy Edgar which might have been." Allen Poe. The dream is o'er to come no more! 0 beautiful Edna, when I think ol thee And iell that we never may meet again, 1 weep and gioan, with griei un known, Undieam'd by other men. Yet Edna, dear, when you were near The gloom within my soul I Acquired each hcur more baleful power Till darkness seem'd to loll thro' the dense air, While faintly there floated a deathbed's toll. Strange, strange the spell, which makes me dwell In thought upon it yet, Acd on your eyes, those midnight skies In whichmy hopes have set, Which caused me pain, ytt I in vain Have striven to forget. Your vivid smile, which might beguile Another's sharpest grief, light. O. how its bright Tho' not mote bright than brief, Augmented mine, as does sunshine The bane in the hemloch leaf. Sweet, could I deem, even in a dream. That jou could give to tue with fondness A single thought fraught, My happiness would be far more intense Than others sense of joy, if kissed by thee. But, ah, not mine the power to shine Amongthe gay and fair; This heart to tame, this languid heait-iobbing Tnis mind, diseased and bare Tliete but inspiie contempt and ire, Anil doom me to despair. flowers frame, While all join houis among sweet In sunlight swiftly fly, Through poisonous blooms in deep ening glooms, Mv own must still drag by Alone alone, still must I moan-A- ye, moan until I die. RODRRT PVNCKNF.Y WVLtS. Not long after this Wylls was tried for lunacy and otdere.1 sent to the asylum. He was placed in the Bards-towj lil to await a convenient time to be sent away. His lawyer called on him in the meantime to ascetttin if he desired an thing. Shortly after the lawyer left Wylls borrowed a pair ot scissors from the jailer's wife on the pretext ol repiiring some of his clothing. He stabbed hitmelf in the left side of the throat and died in a little while. n ONE OF TWO WAYS. The builder was cheated lor one purihw nimely, a irceptiicle lor the ,,. Mich it is not liable to ,n,l any form of dise.isii except by one of ., . 'I'tic- fnsi way is from ui'-i- . f tho kidneys 'i'The second way is from careless locil luuiiiuiii ntiitr . 't - 1 ''' 11 urine lrom unhealthy kifiievsis thechiel cutseol bladder Sri fie womb, like the trouble ' inr one purpose, Unln-alth- Clllhl' CAU.SK. much , 1 im not ... . ' my v i' ' lence mamfeisudiii tlieki'Inejs back bladder ur urinnrj pwaire isnlten. to feuHe by uilMukp, i.lirihntc-.nil) ttonble fit some iv .1'.'i. tu.itf't lick of hinl'i r, the ( or incimvm ... Hani: iimU- - .1. it Mention the IIakti'ord ami vour nfldrcsn to l)i. ICilm- -r & Co , llhwlmiiton, N V, The proprietor ol this paper guarantee the genuineness of this offer. mail . . .. .11 ' I. I'llirV rflld hi nl II hi rfil1- -' 'iu iiiu . i 1 the 'ii ho'iul Ttftiei fif cents nn'l At ''U n You luv. h sinu e illur Mia ,iinl piinpii ut, h'Uli tent trr'e by in part as follows! COURT OP CLAIM8. "Siuco Jackson's administration and Convenes first Monday in Jnnuary, through its act wo havo had the gold and Tuesday after the second Monday standard, excepting only tho period of in October. suspension of specio payments. Our OTIIER COUNTY OFFICERS. debt, both pnbllo and private, havo G. S.Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur been contracted on that basis, and common honesty requires that they shall bo Spriugs. N. U. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. repaid accordingly. Tho cry of the ChiZ. H. Shultz, School Sunt. Hartcago convention for tho freo and unlimited coinage of silver at tho false ratio ford. of 10 to 1 attacks onr existing standard, L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur threatens ns with wholesale) repudiation, Springs. panic uud ruin. This cry Is supported C. R. Campbell, Poorhouse by tho claim that tho government is all Keeper, Hartford. powerful and by its mero flat can don-biJUSTICES' COURTS. tho valuo of silver and mako and A. S. Aull March a, June 1, Sepkeep the silver dollar the full equal of thu gold. Souio men honestly boliovo in tember 1, December 1. JontB. Wilson Match 0, June 5, this miraculous power, but what thoy renlly want is not freo coinago of sliver, September 4. December 4. C. L. WooinvAim March 12, but freo coinago of paper. "Othors favor this ratio as an easy June 1 1, September 10, December 10. way of paying debts. Others, made, desJah. A. llowi.io March 20, June perate, by present conditions, are willing 19 Si'iteniber 18, December 18. to risk nny change, hoplug for better B. F. GisAVus-Mni- ch 25, June times. Ignorant of tho fact that the 20, September 23, December, 24. present hard times nro mainly duo to this agitation, they nro willing to try a bigger doso of tho stuff which has poisoned them. Others, whose main object in life is to break into ofllco, regard it an a means of getting a publio job. Behind all tlieso is tho greedy, crafty of millionaire silver mlno owners, furnishing tho funds and pulling tho wires. "Tho silver men say onr rucnoy is too good nnd too scarce, Thoy would make it poor and plentiful. Tho trouble, however, Is not duo to scaroity of monoy, but to scarcity of confidence.. Onr money has incroasod faster than population, but tho silver DRltntlou has uwnlteuod distrust Tho remedy Is to rostoro confidence, Capital will eeok employment freely only wlicu sura that it will not ba confiscated, when suro that the return of tho vcntnro will bo iu tho same good money invested. "Wealth la tho product of intelligent labor. The better thu tools nscd and the uinro bruiun mixed with tho labor the grcatnr tho result, but first of all assurance Is needed that half the tools will nut bo stolen. Tho good money of tho o gold standard la tho beat tool of uud used by tho leading nations. Tho beat is uouo too good for tho American peoplo, and thofluanoial tools of Mexico uud China are out of placa o coin-merc- Secretaryof State Charles Finley. mail. ....,.. Hani yrrz T" tin THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE , ... STirr .. .. tlnvtxnf . Attorney General W. S. Taylor. iii iiKus , 50 warren at. , rn. . - (j axeLet! rri. Auditor Samuel H. Stone. Lung Troubles and Consumption can Treasurer Geo. W. Long. be cured. Commissioner of Acriculture, HorStatistics Luca9 and ticulture An Eminent New York Chemist and Moore. Superintendent Public Instruction-Ge- o. Scientist Makes a Free Offer M. Davison. to our Readers. Register Land Oflice Chas. 0. It is dow tho custom ot advertisers to spend thousands ot dollars each Reynold. Wo proposo to glva rear on show cards, posters and signs on The distinguished New York ChemInsurance Bureau Commissinner-- D. thismosar to tho people, and proposa to gir away, abeolutely freo and with- ist, T. A, Slocum, demonstrating his W. Comingore. ut coDakloraUonr, TWO THOUSAND D0LL1KS, U 89 Prizes, as follows: difcovery of a reliable and absolute Adjutant General U. R. Collier. cure for Consumption (Pulmonary HERE ARE THE PRIZE6. State Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown $1,000 00 Tuberculosis)ind all bronchial, throat, 1 Priao, a Mhoouri Farm H TOO 00 1 Beaotiful Rosewood Upright llano lung and chest diseases, stubborn Day. 100 00 " Colnabia Oicyclo 1 RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. coughs, catarrhal affections, general 00 00 8 CaakGoU frizes ot 00.00 each decline and weakness, loss of flesh, Jno C. Wood, chairman; J. F M CO 00 6 10.00 each " and conditions of wasting away, will Dempsey, H. S. Irwin. Secretary-Sam- uel H 40 00 6.00 aach " - send THREE FREE DOTTLES (all M) 00 F, Brown. ' " 2.00 each.. M " of his New Discovery to any diflerent) CONORES'IONAL. afflicted reader of The Republican S3 12.000 00 Total Senators Hon. William C. Lind writing for them. e to the Dcrson formlnr the irreatcst number of word His "New Scientific Treatment" say, Hon. W. J. Deboe. ot the letters In the wor has cured thousands permanently by valued at $1,000.00. consisting of 80 acres ot good load, freo and clear of nny Representative Fourth District encumbrance, and perfect title. To the person formlnr tho next grcntest its timely use, and he considers it a Hon. D.'H. Smith. cumber, wo will give a boautifnl Bosewood Upright Piano, valued at simple professional duty to suffering STATE LEGISLATURE. $700.00, and to tho person forming tho sext rroatest number, a Columbia humanity to donate a trial ol his inUicycle, valued at 10O.ey, and to tM next 89 largest Usts, we will glvecasn Senator Hon. A. D. James. fallible cure. given gold prizes, as noted above, making a total of 89 prizes, which will Representative Ohio County Hon. Science daily develops new wonaway, and yen can get ane of them If joi will tar. ders, and this great chemist, patient- C. M. Barnett. Write to tho TniEBESSTIERLTN MUSIC COMPANY. 111B Olive ly expeiimenting for years, has proStreet, St. Louis, Mo., for illustrated descriptive catalogue ot the Piano to OHIO COUNTY. duced results as beneficial to humani,bo glren away, or have your city triend call cm. them for you. CIRCUIT COURT. ty as can be claimed by any modern Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owene-borDIRECTIONS. genius His assertion that lung troubIn makicgTipyonrlistnse nothing but Kagllsh words. Words apallcd les and consumption are curable in alike but having a difforent meaning can be usod bat once. Uso any Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney any climate is proven by "heartfelt dicUoaary. Anything that is a legitimate word will ba allowed. Work it letters of gratitude, "filed inhisAmer Owensboro. out in this way, senna, an, set, sat, eat. Use Uses waraa ka Toar list ican and European laboratoties in Wo offer thooa rewards in.orderto iatrodnre SES5i.r.ET8, the best T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. thousands from those cured in all Candy Cathartic In the world, for the baby, child, boy, girl, mother, father, G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. parts ol the world. grandma and grandpa. Tbcy all llko them, tber are Just like cand v. Ask B. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner grandma what senna Is, she can tell you, and will hall with delight the com-in- r Medical axperts concede that bron. Hartford. of SENNA in the form that it is now introdoctxl. chial, chest and lung troubles lead to G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Hero Is a chance for tho school girl, the school boy, the teacher, the Consumption, which, uninterrupted, young and the old, to obtain a, Farm, Piano, Bicycle and 3300.00 in Gold, Hartford. nican.i speedy and ceartain death. absolutely FltEE. Cal. P. ICeown, Sheriff-Hartf- ord Simply write to T. A. Slocum, M Get down your dictionary and go to work, It will be found pleasant Hartford C , 98 Pine street, New York, giving Deputies Samuel Keowu and instructive, And every father nnd mother should encourage their boys Thos. R. Joe Roberts, Fordaville; postotBce and express address, and and girls to enter this contest. There will be so farorHs, the person sending la the largest correct list will receive the rowards no matter who they the free medicine will be ptoraptly Bishop, Centertown; S. T. Stevens, are or whoro they live. sent. Sufferers should instant advanJromweil. Your list should bo made np at once, as this offer may not bo mado tage of his generous proposition. Court convenes first Monday in again, and the contest will close November 36. 1807, and the names of tho Please tell the Doctor that you saw March and August and continuesthree No- successful contestants will be published in the St. Louis his offer in the Republican. vcabcr 80th, 1897. weeks, aud third Monday in May and CONDITIONS. November two weeks. Ask your Drogjrlst for a box of SENNAKETS, 25 cent slzo, In tho JUDGE FRENCH ON SILVER. COUNTY COURT. Send this card box you will Una a SKJIHAItET word nnlldlnr contest Morton, Judge Harttord. with yonr list of words. N list considered withoat'lt. John P lie Repudiate Itrpudlator. nod Talks Box of SENNAKETS with full particulars will bo mailed vou on D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. rialaly About Money, recolptof 25 contain Silver or Postage, if your Druggist does not keep them. E. P. Nea), Attorney-Hartfor- d. Judgo Nnthnuiel French, temporary Bur and Try a Box nf SEKNARETS, tho best Candy Cathartic In the world, Court convenes first Monday in chairman of tho Democratic state conand get one ef the Thirty-nin- e Prizes. Yeu ran do it If you will only Iry. each month. vention which met at Des Moines on Address all letters to tho COLUMBIA CHEMICAL COMPANY, 1201 and 120? QUARTERLY COURT. Aug. 7 and which declared for "tho Chemical Building, St. Louis, Mo., U. S. A. Begins on the third Monday in honest payment of our debts" and for "a Eouud und stablo currency," spoko January, April, July and October. The seietary of the committee np pointed by the Royal Society ol I,on don and the British Association for the Advancement ot Science to invesat-Addrcrs: organ. tigate fauna ol the Sandwich Islands Popular Music Pun Co , 1ms tecently given an interesting Indianapolis, I ml. 15 St the ttiumphi achieved by occinella beetles, or "lad birds," inlon'l Tobacco S'it mil Sun'Lc Vjnr ; ,1c Anaj, troduced into those islands to combat To quit tobacco citvlly nml forttcr. botnnB the aphides nnd othei injnti his insect nctlc. lull ot life, ncrvo nml vlcor, talto wonder uurl.ir, tlinlmnlics nrnlcmcn which were dest'roying sugar cane strong All druggists. tOc or ft. Curcruan.n-Iced- , lloolilct nml snmplo free. Address nnd fruit trees. The lidybirds. as StcrltnR Horned Co, Chicago or New York. soon ns they had bud in Miflicitut before numbers, swept them, and saved the trees an I plant) lrom threatening destruction. This for a geucious l cent tifnl ize method of setting one sptxltM ol ins 1:1)' Iri'mii llnln sect at war with another, for the ben contains no co tlH of man, has proved puticularly cam, mercury 1101 any other irju successful in the Sandwich Islands, rious drug. whete the stiugglts for existence It is qtnckh among native insects has not Ixen so Givt" Absorbed Sivere as iu continent il countries, ana Relief at once. I' opens and cleans here the hardy invaders were ns re- r j n,t."U . sistless as the iraintd legions of T esthe Nasal Passages, Allajsltitlnm mation. Heals and Protects the Rome when pitted ngalnft barbarlrn Membtane. Kestotes the Senses of hoides. Taste ard Smell. Full Size 50c ; ' C3.ZVS )(. inn at Dr.,, ...tele ,.r I,.. Trinl d Send us the names and addresses cf three or more performers on the piarn or organ together with ten cents in. silver or postage and we will mail you ten pieces lull idieet music, consisting of popular songs, wallzts, marches, etc., arranged lor the piano limit .Mu-- lr Ollrr. Por the Juvenile Holiday and Stands ant Subscription Hooks, by the W, II. Conkcy Company, the largest pub- Ushers and manufacUrers ol books In the United States. Finest line of new holiday nnd other subscrl; tion boot son the m.irktt. Also agents wanted for "The Silver Side," the latest nnd best text bonk on the question by the gieitisl Mlver I.. let leaders Kxclttv'vc ttrrit-rC'liiimissliiiis Prices brlow comprint 11. Write nt onre lor rlrulir nnd fpcclal terms, stating oui choice ol territory W. B. Conkkv Company, tdl-vtr ARrnm Wnulril I AN OPEN , DR. WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF TUE WORD "O ASTORIA," AND " PITCHER'S OASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK. To MOTHERS. LETTER sjrfc5u' 34 1. 343. 347. 349. 35 S.tict, Chicago, Ills, Nntril by I.hiIj lilnl- -. Dearborn SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, was tho originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," tho samo m cmrV that has homo and does now bear the facsimile signature of Qza&ffl&cAtM wrapper. This is tho original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been used in the homes of tho Mothers cf America for over thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY at tho wrapper and see that it is 0n 1B the hind you havo always bought wrapand has tho signature of per. No ono has authority from mo to uso my name except Tho Centaur Company of which Chas. IL Fletcher is wSwW March'8, 1897. G& Do Not Be Deoeived. 6&&j. Do not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the ingredients of which even he does not know. j&t CATARRH "The Kind You Have Always Bought" BEARS THE FAC-SIMIL- E SIGNATURE OF pt?oM'2l prt OTc For in' r Insist on Having The Kind That Never Failed You. I j& jr rrTT." rOUA,. -J cayy " BORN 2.000.00 GIVEN AWAY. epiember 16 1841. lliau fifiy fix years ii luu never failed in lis weekly visits to I ho liuinrs uf luriiicrs nnd vifaueri thrniiglit the Uuilrd States. I IT HAS faithfully labored fur their priipenty and happmew, lor the improvement of thiir hiititifg and home interests, for education, (or the clcvnti in ol American mauhond ami true womauhouil. IT II AS mill at the fireside, interesting and instructive stories ol the doings of the world, the nation nnd 8lntc.i. IT HAS advi-i'- d ihe Inriucr ns titllie approved incthodti 01" cultivating nr, harvc'iiing his crops, nnd tho proper time to convert llicni into the Inrgrf! nmoniit ol money. IT HAS Uil in all matters perlatniug tu the wellarc nftarmrrsniid villagers, nml t'TiviT I111M a century Iish held thiir cntifiiienceniiil esteem. V'iiinUhTtlE REPUBLICAN and NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE, both paprra 111 't pis-ibl- e o. $1.25 izx Address all orders to the Room Ld-vanc- e ilAKTI'OKI) UKIHIH.HAN, Write your name mid address on a postal card, send il to Geo, W. lies i, Tribune Building, New York Citj, and sample copy ofTHK NliW YORK WEKKLY TKIBUNR will be mailed to vou. iis 13 Do you want any I j PJilNTING? I "sve gl & 3 If you do, Letter Heads, Bill Heads, arc ready to We print Note Heads, rc-b- ji coivo your orders forar.y thing Statements, Circulars, Dodgeis, Horse Bills, lack Bills. in that line. Business Cards, Visiting Cards, 1 Wedding Invitations, Prescription Blanks, SEEDS, Qaisilogae for Aing. out of iloor?. In iact everything that you want endio-da- y Jl'ith. fur Frt'l rintitirj; out ot dnnr'. IU1M13 for W i'lle- - li'o 'tiling in tho house. I'lunU furhtiii'iuiiig during tho Winter. I'lan's for ilccorating H..-e- All work at lowest prices. for estimatis. rinted. iiivt-clas- and Write or ca s for Full sowing THE REPUBLICAN, Seeds Jor Winter mowing in die house. Send us 10a to pay postago ami package anil wo will tend you 10 Selected Bulbil, or Six packages of Selectol Flower Seeds, nrcix package (all diliercnt) Sweat I'eus, or all three collections for 2.ljc, She f A5SX7 CO., & reene, M. y. " Our Clubbing Rates. Tho Republican aud tho Louisville Semi-Weekly satmaammFBamamtmn Commercial.... .. ... $1.25 1.50 1.75 1.25 B NRY FIELD -- "AVEOI'ENED TlEIU SON iiffllKt " " " and y and Now York Tribune nud nud Louisville DaUy Post Courier-Journal..Somi-Weekl- 275 u mi ALL I 25 50 DRUGGISTS mnrpn tn rare onrrmorriirntlDatlun. rurircli .r. tkald.il Iji. AIlQni IITDI V niUT) auuvuuiiiui uunumiiijuu tj,,. DMff rrip or rrlpe.liit nau nj rutorilrtiilli. Sin-- I is. ni uutikic.ii.r. au. cir.iu.i.iu ikK.iiE.ui iu mraKO. HODiretl. raB..orA.n lorK. ill. :oah IktUIMKD (M .ANDY CATHARTIC CURK0NSTIPATB0N . ....I hciu. The following Is a repoit of District No. 59 lot the months of Septeml er ird October; ioj biing practically lUnrl. "Silver baa Ita proper uso in the minor transactions of commerce, and when maintained at a parity with gold, through limitation of coinago nnd othor eaffgnurda, serve ns u useful tool, which no 0110 would discard. Tho uso of silver with gold iu this way furnishes tho only practical blmotallio currency." riCo ,txc A fin.' new OMNIBUS will mnet nil duv truins ut Beaier Dan. All enler promptly altetideu to. corniT Market and I'niourtrd m, Hanionl, FromT oavo 'Dam. efont An T.ravc LARGEST NORMAL SCHOOL IN THE SOUTH 0ml I tMmMMMafo&wtw IBFft. WID vohlcln older ctFie'd'i 'ri) rt')li iui EJKUISH TfAClltttt'eCltHTiriC ClAJSIC COURSIJ. " "f or board an a nrroV,