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All effort should be made to smooth these rugged places in life's pathway for her, ere she presses to her bosom her babe. The VOL. X. HiffiTFOBD EEPUBLICAI. OFFICIAL OMAN OF THE PARTY !!( THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, PRnpr.fiSiniCAl (1A1U) mm collections. 0'a.zxiota BY &..o3ui.jli.1x. JT 11 AW ItAHTt'Olll). Hi . Will practice lilsproltBut in Ohio nud adjoining counties, und couil ol Appeals. Special attention given f MOTHER'S FRIEND allays Nervousness, and so assists Nature that the change goes forward in an easy manner, without such violent protest in the way of Nausea, Headache, Etc. Gloomy forebodings yield to cheerful and hopeful anticipations she passes through the ordeal quickly and without pain is left strong and vigorous and enabled to joyously perform the high and holy duties now devolved upon her. Safety to life of both is assured by the use of "mothers Friend," and the time of recovery shortened. nAUTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER amusements ol the young should prevail in every home. But Christmas Day is the one day when these bar ricrs ought to be lifted, and the young No whoU'5oine liberty nnr indulgence should be withheld Irom a boy or girl on that day. What of it, my dear friend, i' such liberties do me in a tear here, or a broken chair there? Suppose the boy is particularly noisy on Christmas. What of it? Tell me, If you ctn, tt given free play. 3, 1897. No. 19. square. M. L. Office east side of puV.'h Hkavrin. HEAVfllii Sm tiiy Taylor. KEEPj)FF Is GEND OFTHEAU SABLE. Horseman Crossed the Chasm at Nght on a Single Stringer. A What the Leaders Advise W.J. Bryan to Do. stringer across the chasm up to the tavern porch. Oue young daredevil walked across the narrow stringer and made a startling discovery. There w.13 a similar trail on theotber side! Eczema All Her Life. Mr. n. D. Jenkins, of Lithonia, Ga., says that his daughter, Ida, inherited a severe case of Eczema, which the usual mercury and potash remedies failed to relieve. Year by year she was treated with various medicine), external applications and internal remedies, without result. Her sufferings were intense, and her condition grew steadily worse. blood remedies did not All the seem tc reach tue dis ease at all until b. S.S. was given, when an improvement wus at once noticed. The medicine was contluuecd with fav- orable results, and Attorneys at Law HARTFORD, KY. & TAYLOR, The stranger hid told tho truth In the knrkness of the night his horse had crossed the chasm on n single beam. But that is not the strangest part of the story. Whe that fjienoon the stranger rode down to the Au Sable Attorney at Law Beaveh Daw, Ky Perry WesterfieldV No Right to Meddle in Attorney at Law, HAniFoho, Ky. Will practice hia profession in all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining a. It. WEDDING " SSmnnaTiif jiBI counties. Also Notary Public. chasm to settle his wager with the Office, iu Commercial Hotel. keeper of the tavern nud he saw the "I knowono lady, tlio mother of three perilous path over which he had children, who Buffered greatly In thu B.A.iRasrrETrr' To the lover of curious scenery the traveled the night before, 1 birth of each, who obtained a bottle of HE IS FOR WAT HARDIN. i it is sa d ATTOllNEY AT JLAW. 'Mother's Friend' of mo before her Adirondacks present and infinite va that he was stricken with n temblirg fourth confinement, mid was relieved riety. The region abounds Intakes, that never left his limb until death, nA.tU.bUKD, KY. quickly nml easily , All agrco that their Will practice lug profession in all tb large and small, surrounded by moun- and that within the space ot 6o seclabor was shorter and less painful." Blackburn, Gobel and Co. courts of Ohio and udjoining counties Joun G. Poi.im.L, Macon, da. tains of embowered in forests, and the onds his hair turned from a jet black Careful attention will be given to a Resent Interference. rivers whichj.tn'J their' way between to the color ol the driven snow. 91.00 PER DOTTLE at oil Drue Stores, sTudtVUTe? Kr8eUtr,,.Slirh0Care- or ont by mall on receipt of price. the mountains seem, in some places, over Ohio skin Is perfectly Jections BOOKS Pontalnltiff Invaluable Information at. Prospects to have cut their way through, leavs of n Morry Spat aro clear and pure nnd County Bank. Also Notary Public. ,n,crvt to all women, will tw tent to I any addrcM upon application, bjr titt she has been saved ing the sheer precipices on either Quito Bright. THC URADFIELD RCQULATOR CO., AnahTa, O. i from what threat 3E3. OR. Tg-s3hand to mark their pathway. The ened to blight her life forever. (County Attorney) ' most famous ol these gorges is the S.S.S. guaranteed purely vegetable) For Infants and Children. Who can think cures Eczema, Scrofula, Cancer, RheuWanted-- An Au Sable chasm, which is not tar Idea cf Homo ctroiito A STORY FROM FRANKFORT. tulOfMOtattnir matism, or any other blood trouble. . Sijfi:- rrolect your lde.i (h.r may lirloir you wealth. from where the Au Sable river flows llnll. HARTFORD, KY. It is a real blocd remedy and always Write JOHN WkunnituUllN CO , Patent Atmr. b.j.. .a.niDiun. u. (j,,ror ineir 9I.hu prito Will practico his profession in Uie cures even niter an else tans. into Lake Champlaiu The galleries, tlruiua A Ftnuklort gentleman who keeps ani llit cf two liunUrea luTentlon. wanted. orirr ci Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn caves nnd castellated columns attract a "dope" book on the trials ol the Real Blood Remedy ties. Special atteution given to col tf&Nirf I thousands ot tourists yearly; but 70 poHticlaus ol Kentucky, especially the Twicticn, .Hpetlnir. .a- - a f a ii I lections. Office in Courtliouse. years ngo it was comparatively unTo be held at Deanefield, December Take a blood temedy for a blood disease; Democrats, Is authority ior nil inter-eitin- jj mF a tonic won't cure it. known. In those early days the Opening exercises J. W. 11, 1897: story telHiip;ofa "row in the JNO. B. WILSON, Our books clifls were spanned by a Petty. Reading A. G. Tcel. Com family" that is brewing i .. on blood and tvti? wooden bridge, over which the farm- position C. Soper. Language lesson skin diseases Hon. William J. Brynu is the cause HARTFORD, KY: mailed free to Miss Sun Moseley. Noon. ers had to pass en their way to Au of the row. nud it seems that the Ne any address. Hiluratn Vnnr llnmM With Cat.: How to get pupils to pronounce Sable Forks. The bottom oi the SPECIAL attention given to brasknn is not content with mixing Swift Spec! fie Cnndjr Ca.hnrtlc, cure onitipatlon (order. making abstracts, ea. RecTtation Miss N. Co., Atlanta, chasm at this point was a sheer de S. W. Crowe. up in New York afUirs, but thinks l0c.S5. lie C C fall, driiKKistH refund money also Notary Public Jor Ohio County. Smith. How to secure attendance in Gs. Offipp North side of public cent of 125 leet. In those early days he should have a say so in Kentucky, square. G&SE a wVglaaW.NgI?.? too. The Uinnkfort gentleman's sto the pioneers were not skilled in the the latter pait of the school Ira Pet- R. is. LEES1MMERMAN, I'.lrclliili Notice. ty. A pleasurable aud profitable Fri art ofbridgebuilding; and so one night ry of the row is as follows: whena fiercestorm thundered through day afternoon John Hoheimer. Pa- Ohio County Court, "The alleged inteifertnce of Bryan the mountains, the bridge was swept per ou "The Life Wotth the Living" Special Term, October 25, 1897. in the nftairs of the silver wing of the On this day John Campbell. J.W. Hartfokd, Ky. Miss Annie Petty. Supplementaaway, with the exception of the main De Jiocratic party in this State is causThe Leading Specially cf America elery reading J. II. Smith. The value Fields, L. E. Herrel, Josias Chinn, Will practice bis profession in all Kbo stringer, a beam 01 about iS inches ing a howl to go up ltom n big 20 YEARS III OHIO. Courts of Ohio aud square. The bridge was never re- of an education Morton Holbrook. Mont McKinney, S. J. Tichenor, et. Collections carefullyadjoining counties ment of the patty. Thtse people are 250,000 Cured. and promptly atal , presented iu Coutt.a petition askFew rules or no rules Alvey John-s'obuilt, and another road to the little roundly co:ing the "Boy Orator." ing that an election be held in the tended to. Office with T. J. Smitii is no moie Catarrh in this secThe My method ol easy school manwhom they charge with not being village of Au Sable Forks was utilized. B Co., Market Hlreet. WECURESTRICTURE town ofMcHenry, Ohio county, Ky., Necesmore engaged iu keeping his Presi- tion of the country than nil other di The old stringer, however, still agement Miss Sallie Fold ThmiranJ i if yonnit ami mlJJIo need incnaro troubled will this dlvnro many dential boom nlive then he is ol let- seises put together, and until (he stretched across the cliffs above the sity of child study Miss Abbie to take the sense of the legal voters J. B. VICKERS, iinconhlouMr. Ilicr loay liasonriuart Injr Hiuation. rmall. tnUtinz it renin, Smith. Decorum of teachers J. C. of said town whether or not spiritu ting up pins to deliver the State nom- last few years was supposed to be in- Au S tble chasm. palrxat time. rltsbt clt rliarp outline clwrco, tliiilcully iu cotnuirnUnir, weak One pitch-blacinations two cats hence to some of curable. For a great many jears night, about ten Lawrence. Value ol the association ous, vinous and malt liquors may Hhrtpord, Ky., organ., rmlfl'in. - I all t'10 FiinMnmi (US', doctors pronounced it a local disease, Prof. L. W. Godsey. Liturature in be sold, bartered, loaned or borrowed Will practice his profesuion years alter the storm that had demolof ticnoui debllitr they liato rHllIl his friendd who constitute the in Ohio 'KUli:. Don't let dnclonicipcrliucnt on therein, which petition was ordered and prescribed local remedies, and by ished the bridge, a stranger drew up common schools F. D. Hocker. tinctive Bryan organization. On this ou, hy e'ltttnr, ttretclilnr, or trnrlne andadjoining couuties. j on. J lit. mil imt rnro on, niit trill rr constantly failing to cure with local hishorse in front ol the tavern at Au ' filed, and the Court being sufficiently tention given to all businessSpecial atInA Perry, Blackburn ) (urn. Our M.W 311.1IIOI 'lllllAT point Bryan au entrusted advised orders that said petition be to his care. ,Mi:.T absorb, tlio ilrlrttiro tlfiuct J H Smith, treatment, pronounced it incurable. Sable Forks It was about ten Offico in Rei'Ujjijoan are clearly at loggerheads. hencorcrnotcMhortrieturo permanently. J W. Whalen, W. granted and an election for such pur- building. It can never return, tioiulii, no fuller-lui-f, "Bryan, it is understood, favors Science has proven catarrh to be a con- o'clock and the tap room was well-fillby our no ' Itifithml dntentl m from buinc rrnffth. pose be held in said town on Monday, Ihn.r.n Irmn.nre.f Gen. P. Wat Hardin lor the Guberua stitutional disease, nud thetefore rewith villagers, drinking, smokriicl. Tlio neriei nro ItiviforatciUand the 27th day of December. 1897, in quires constitutional ARMISTEAD JONES, tieatment. ing and play ing cards. The entrance Til fu manhoo icturui. t'10 bllu of torial nomination and, while he has tin all respects as the law directs. ndi mry said nothing publicly to indicate tlii, Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured by ot n stranger caused the usual com- tifiitur WECURE GLEET Z&&K Y;ptr. A copy attest: it . Thatmanili nf muni- - anil luIiKllfveeetl he has retusetl to contradict the tu- F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is motion, and as he sat in one corner HARTFORD, KY.. men nro bailoz tluir fcinol tlpr anil D. M. Hocker. C O.C C. the only constitutional cure on the eating a hastily prepared suppper mor, and as a Jesuit the Mercer counvitality continually lapped by thlj hi INTERESTING LETTERS Will practice in all tbo Courts ol Ohio By Oscar Bishop, D. C. They oro iicquintly uuconriloua market. It Is taken internally iu was the cyuosuae of all eyes. After ty candidate has developed an unexThefollowiug ( f tliornuioof llicflo (letieml aud adjoiniug counties. Special atte Wnakticiw, Immtural lilttbnrccp. interesting letpected strength, which is s niewhut doses from lo drops to a teaspoonful. the meal the host, as was the custom, Pursuant to foregoing order I will lanhood. Ncrvr.nne. l'ttor 3!cui Office ters were receiv- cause a poll to be opened in McHenry ention given to collections. It acts dutctly on the blood nnd mu- engaged the strange- - in conversaory, Irritability, at lltnci broartlnf cn- ntarming to his opponents as well ns with County Attorney. ed by Dr. Hart-ma- n. riinaui i.jep, llehrCMiin. Lack riiou. llaek. llenernl wnu uara circle.. surfaces of the sjstem. They tion. Weak voting precinct on Monday, December to that conservative element of the cous Columbus, of Ambition. VariciKclo. Mirmiken party who oppose him on that his ex- ofler one bundled dollars for any caje "Dark, nasty night outside, sit?'' 1'arl". elo. di.lUir mil Ohio from 27. '897i to take the sense of the leTo Cure Conitlpatlon YoreTer. may bo tlio eaiuo. Don't con.ult family Candv Cathartic. 10oorc thankful wc gal voters in the incorporated town ,?K? 9?s.carct3cure, drugKUta refund mouoy. treme hostility to the gold tlemcnt it fails to cure Send lor circulars "Yes, pretty black " doctor., n Ihry baio no experience In if C C. C. fall to IhMo rpcclal illeaic- - don't allow Address, men: Mrs. L. of McHenry as to whether spirtu-ous- , aud his disiitrous leadership ol the and testimonial "Have any trouble in finding your Mnacka lo experiment on Jon. Conrult A. Adam s, bpcclalUtiN nit) h o tnaJo a lif o itudy of F. J. CHKND V & CO , Tohdo, O. wav?" vinous and malt liquors shall party two years ago would carry the 111. cam of ilcnand Women. UnrNKW Benrden, Tenu., F. a. I1EAVRIN & CO., Prop's Sold by Druggists, l .MI.1I1UU llit;.M.Ul..M will Democracy to inevitable defeat. "Oh, no, I used to live in this writes: "I can be sold in said town euro you. Uno Ihonviml ilollari ,.; for n cuo wo accept for treatment ami s Family Pills are the best. C. P.KuowN.Sheriff Ohio Co. g'ally tecon neighborhood 2. years ngo " the inner circles ol the Bryan "In cannot cure. TcruutnoJcratoforncarc. 1 G. S. RALEY. d Nov. 18, 1897. council it is .said Ui it Hr.rdin is "So? Well, you'll find things pret-- . mend Dr. Hartman's worderful remeOld I'toplr. CURES GUARANTEED P. H. HEAVRIN, j clerI8' il, Old people who require medicine to ty well changed since you lelt." dies. They nre nil any housewife nbovc Senator Gosbel, ol Ya trait and eiinM VMISSIOS'R because the hitler did not regulate the bowels and kidneys will "Ye3, I expect so; the old bridge is needs with the books sent free treatVAItirilt'llii;. HVl'llll.IK. I11.K1IT. fu KTUirnillK, IMI'OTIINOY. fiKOllin' -- NEWing on the difleient ailments. I hrue TilBUI lira ll IHtUN IINNATlTUAf, PlSCIIAItU. M make a declaration of his views on find the true reintdy in HIectric Bit still standing, though; and I am glad 'try Slrutort Pe-rly.KlllVllYnmlllMpnKllDlK-aw.- . used na for four years and it the currency ciuestton till the Fianks ters This medicine does not ot that, lor I helped to build it." tt I'ONrilll.TA'rlOM FUKI!. IIOOKH I'ltKi: If unablo In call, ntllo for nnd contains 110 whiskey nor othfort convention last sumiiur, und ts 'The old blidge?" questioned the never fails to give relief if taken in 1ILANK OIMISTIOV for 110JIB er intoxicant, but acts us n tonic Mid tavern keep-- r, and everyone in the time. Whenever I feel done up it" not regarded as a tjpicnl silver rep TUBATJIUST. alterative It nets mildly 011 the inoiu loukep up in amazement. resent itive. helps me wonderlully. In coses of Ront When you can Own? 701 to 715 W. Market St. E ti r Blackburn, however, stounch nnd b.wels, adding strength "Why, ves," rtjolned the stranger, ciilds, chills, la grippe, if taken iu You rent year alter year, and have LOUISVILLE, KY. is irrtttiev.tbly tkd to Gnebtl, and nnd giving tone to the organs, thereblidge across the chasm down hot water, it nets like a charm. I "the FvS izz n. ruuuin no farm when you get through. The can leeoiumend it lor pains in the CrNCIHNATI, o. m the Blackburn Goebcl uiug is in by aiding Nature in the performance the road a half mile," landlord has your money and the farm Ratos $ 1 anything but an amiable mood over of the functions. Hlectaic Bitters is "Whntl are you sbouted back, colds hands nnd feet. Yeu .00 per day. " at the end of the year. We ofler you the eflort of the Nebruski in to corral an excellent appetizer and aids digesthe host "There is no bridge across will save doctor bill by the use of Dr. Reduction by the tho wook Ohio River Bottom land, in Ballard the Kentucky nomination iu order to tion. Old People find it just exuctly the Au Sable; there has been no Hartman's worderlul medicines." county, one of the best counties in Miss Linnie what they need Price filty cents and bridge tnere forthepist ten years " ( further his own interests. Street cars from all depots pass tho Wiggins, Berlin Kentucky, on the following reasona door. "The publication in The Leader $1 00 per bottle at-- J. II. Williams "But you are mistaken, my friend; Iu center of wholesale and to Heights, Ohio, ble terms: I rode my horse across it not several days ago that Senator GoeDel Drug Store. bacco trado, .11 ly writes: "I sufacres at $14 00 per acre . , $700 00 j will be a candidate to succeed himself of an hour ngo " fered with c- 50 For Niilo Cash 50.00 ' Impossible, sir; I tell you that the j as President pro tern of the Senate SpiSi atarrh of the A desirable farm of one hundred w9 ml nose, head and First year 50c per acre . . . 2500 has resulted in at least one of those acres, situ itcd near Hartford, well bridge blew down ten years ago." inrec 50.00 who were beiug groomed for the watered n good oiclie.1, two linn died SMB .a mroae ior could Second year, $1 00 per acre u &. "Again I tell you, my friend, that j years. I Third year, $2.00 per a., 'e . , 100.00 favor ol the bearing tiees, good buildings, aud in I rode across it this very night," was place dropping out iu get no relief unFor futther paryear, $2 50 per acre . 125.00 Covington man. Senator Thomas II. good community. impertuibable answer. "It was til I began tak- - Fourth ticulars call at this office at once, tf t'le Fifth year, $3 00 per acre . . 150.00 F. O. AUSTIN, M'g'r., ye terday 1 b Hays, of Jtdersou count), too dark lor me to see, but I heaid injj l ''i 4' announced his retirement, saying he the clatter e f my horse's feet on the took three bottles. It has done won- -, Sixth year, $3 00 per s acre . . 200 00 S31 west Market Street Bo lliirhlenN Vrnlcii MiMr. Kenwould not oppose Gjebel. The Best Salve iu the woild lor planking, and the noise of the water ders. Independent of curing my ca- -I Total cost of 50 acres . . , $700,00 twoon 5th and 6th, Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt in the chasm below." tarrh, it has greatly improved my tucky Leader. This land produced the past season Rheum, FeverSores, Tetter, Chapped general health, I cannotdescribe the The argument waxed warmer and Hands, Chilblains, Corns, nud all of 1896, 80 bushels of corn per acre, Skin Eruptions, and positively cures warmer unlil the stranger said that change. Any one sufleriug from y and 5 acres of Knrly Rose Potatoes I'll I III rru at eiirlMiniiiiiMr, a"d knowing that It can be R. L. BAKUR would wait until the next mom- - tn"n "If there is one day iu the ear Piles, or no pay required It is AND Clerks: J guaranteed to give peifectsatisfnctlon ing, when it would easily be settleJ if cuted would be very unwise not to prodcued 2,000 bushels, or 400 bushwhich rightly belongs to the young 1 T. O. els to the acre. 10 acres ol Prior BAKER. or money rtfurttled. Price 25 cents it is Christmas Day," wriles H1ward per box. For sale by Williams & there was a bridge or not. He made n take Dr. Hartman's advice. Follow Tobacco made an average of 1,200 wager with the landlord that it was directions, Pe iuua does the rest. W. Bok in the Christmas Ladies' Bell. TIJIK TA lll.i: I. V. 11. II. IIKAMUI 13. 1 yr. in Address The Pe-r- u na Drug Manu- ponnds to the acre, which brought II Y. It A still standing across the chasm, Home Journal "It should be given the market $5 for leaf and lugs; ( GOING HAST. WmmJLa over to them, therefore, without stint lon't ToUcco Spit ami Vjur IjIo Avraf , The next morning every man, wo- facturing Company, Colnmbus, Ohio, acre of late cabbage brought $50, sold Local Freight No. 292 a 6 00 a, 111. To tobacco easily and foiotcr, or reservation. Aud I think some nolle, quit of llfu, ncrto anil t Iror, tako bo mas man nnd child in Au Sablc.Forks was for a free book entitled "Winter Mail No. 322 a 1 02 p. m. at Cairo full Sure enough, in the i r, that innttci weak men at the chasm. No, 202 a 7 25 p. ni. times that parents do not always tin Ilac, tbo w Von can raise twice as much on a Fast Mall fifjj ort I. f?urortinr.m. Btronir All a Ask your druggist for a free soft sand of the road there footprints derstnnd this. It is right and all GOING WEST. tccd Ilooklct aud samplo free. Address ' good bottom farm as in the hills, and Almanac for 1898. that restrictions upon the Sterling llemedy Co., Chicago or New York of a horse, and the trail led from the No. 201 a 7 17 a. ni. your land don't wash away or wear Fast Mall No. 221 a 12 25 p m. Mail FOR ADULTS. ISJUSTASCOOD out, Local Freight No. 291 a 3 25 p. 111. WARRANTED. PRICE CO cto. "i .Ml ..i. wwiwu... There has been no drouth in BalH, Meiuiick, Agt. (UI.AIIA, ILLS., Nut. 10, 1893. rarUMedlclnoCo., Bt Ixiuu, Jlo. lard county this year and crops ate bottle i f tienllomcm Wo wU lait rear, TASTKIX.--S CIIII.I. 1'ONlOniU hrvTO miOVlS'S splendid. They are good every year. Henderson route Louisville, Henderbouvhtlbrea uroa. already tblaycir. Inallouri. perlenee of II jonr. In tho druir bu.lno.., hava We have good farms tor sale on son and St. Louis Railway Company never aold an art lelo that giTO luch unltenal effective May 30, u your Tonic. our. truly, long time.at bargains in Daviess, Ohio Time Catd EAST BOUND 1897. AUNEV.CAlttt iCQ. and McLean counties cheaper than For snle by J. II Williams . No. 43 46 44 We will Lv. St Louis anyone else will sell you. 7:56am 8:55pm exchange any farm we have for othEvansville 6:50am 2:20pm 2:45am tflllrffllliatw W1U WjrrMfflll;' fJIISsiirw WI.DS,Henderson 7:15am 2:46pm 3:10am ers. iiosiimv Spottsville 7:38am 3:07pm 2:28am 53 acres, 4 miles from Hartford on uurnu a nfcujnja lr Oweusboro 8:18am 3:44nm 4:00am .. fcarri Owensboro road, lor sale at $10 per kUKniai P" iv sii .mn.w Hawesville 9:17am 4:40pm 4'5oani acre. UUUUlj Cloverpoit 9:45am 5:03pm 5:10am For plut and further particulars apIrvlngton 10:45am 6:03pm 5:571m Df? ply L. Freeman Little, over Bank MllinjBlMlil 7:30am A. Williams, ArLouisville 1235pm Commerce, or Hu;-inataadnut UllPlB WEST BOUND S & M ViA. b Stk ifiBti. tk u Bj'DcrsfunisiuuUi nil new it 2I4J Third Street, Owensboio, Ky No. 41 43 45 Lv. Louisville 7:30am 4:50pm 8:33pm I'l.rni lor Ni.le, V Brandenburg 8:51am 6'09pm 9!3oum V iiiiiiiiiV iiiiiiiiiiiH V W iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiH e A patt of the farm will Irvlngton 9:15am 6:43pm 9:52am row? Sta,iY ,he be oficred for sale the 1st Monday in Steplienport 9:51am 7:20pm 10:31am PhtnorafSy, by Denn December at the coutt house door, to Cloverport 10:11am 7:39pm 10:26pm intman and Jerome II. I Howard. A perfect iclf. Hawesville 10:354m 8:04pm 10:58pm highest bidder. The committee reinstructor. Over 350,000 Owensboro it :35am 9'ospm 11:48pm serves the light to reject all bids, coplrt told. Kor late by Spottsville 13:17pm 947pm 12:23pm all booksellers, or we will Committee. Henderson 13.40 to. loptu 12:45pm 17 it, by mail.poit-ruld- . Shorthan'diI: the fhtnejraphtt Evansville 1115pm 10:40pm 3"l5pt J " Ktaitr and lbs 'Ann Ar St Louis 7:33pm 7.20pm grtfhlc Coy Boot, tot $1,45. All trains run tliroutrh solid ts THE DENN PITMAN SYSTEM i KvansvUle. ) Through Parlor has for 4 yean been tho itandard. Cnlle.( Courior- - pand VuUiunn Sleepers on all Cm by tho U. S. bureau of Education "Thi Amir' , ITlVlTlUMHkJJUiUkaVBlMBBBBBBBBBBBB iYwi Syittin." First prize, World's Fair. Full MlltHIU.N HIT OK Kentucky State Politics. ?Znimwmm mtmjs&Es . jflTfliFWBOT better sign of strong, young health than the noise from a bay's lungs! Suppose he does throw himself, or even jump or stand, on jour best lounge, and soil or rumple your pet tidy! Pass over it, don't notice it, but let the boy have his Christmas ist Day. And if the little girl does upon putting her sticky candy fingeis on your dress what of it? Let her romp and tear all over the house. Give her thejiy ot feeling that lor one day the houe is hers in every Let her put nook and corner of it her smutchy little hands on the white paint ol door or wall. I know a home, my dear woman, where the marks ol four little smutchy fingers may be teen any day on the white paint of a door, and they are treasured nbove the costliest ornament iu that house. Nothing could induce the mother of that home to wipe of! those fingersmirks, and gayly would her heart sing if the little fingers that put them th:re could make others all ov erthedoor and vvindows olthat house. Let each one ol us who can, give freedom and zest to the dearest trearuics of the Christmastide: the young of our homes. God bUss them, I say. May cell child in this land of ours have a Christmas Day this year fashioned tifler it own heart." lu-sbar-baria- ns THAIIiriO.V. a. 2i. A I Attorney aijCaw, fM?c& A sss "a Attorney at f Attorney at aw u. Attorney at Law, k o- ed 1 OASTOniA. Attorney at (w Fall-lin- y 755-Hal- Cov-ingto- OASTOTUA. , & T Kennedys Kersan I "Iix-Smn- aintti, cr-zy?- three-quarte- 1 , wWi AUSTIN HOTEL Louisviile, Ky. , TAS TELES Id I"! I Kiin-l- ." TDN - nnJcr-nork- flniL'f-lfit- COO n ,. oyjii.Mi Tami tarf.i'rfTS3 II y0l .hiw.wi..m.i ...w PLEASE Ring- H0S TOOIHJthu Ik I fim Lr aL iiiiiir 7 Poor-hous- CANDY CATHARTIC i The Republican and tho "1 THE PHONOURAl'HIC ' ' -J- -Ji! Information ami complete catalog free. INSTITUTE CO.. CINCINNATI, OHIO. I I nnrnn nr nun umimtimmmm ttn JSLMMU.tuL-J- M.L8I Jllli""X ? J mj-ui- Hartford Republican. FRIDAY. DKCICMBER 3, 1S97. Offlco on Fox Stroot. Miril SUrr.v I'rltln.i in Iluriiord, I( JA9. A. ANDERSON . ..Editor. Subscription, $1 ce .25 por yoar Kntcred nt the post-oflint Hnrtlord as second cl.iss mnil mntter. At n recent meeting of tlio great Baptist Divines in Chicago, it was apparent that there is much objection in tlio Baptist Church to close communion. and his wile of SwceuVu will go to Alrica as misUiiHNAnoTi: I'nixci: sionaries Wo know of 110 otlier when a Putico has laid aside his honors and high position to become a missionary. Sweeden however is a great nation for religious enthusiasts. Protestantism will ever hold dear the memory ot (iustnvue elegant leisuro and when timoia principally spent in dissipation nnd in resting when not so engaged. In this set more attention is bestowed upon progressive oucbre, dancing, golf, and other fads, than upon tlio improvement of tlio mliul and manners. In this set the working cirl ' of place. As a general thing, ', a well equipped working girl has too be congenial with the members of iuuvBorio.8oc.eiy. mere are ouicr kinds of society however. There is n society composed of elegant ladies and gentlemen, who though they may not bo wealthy, are nevertheless in- tolligont, well educated, d d. nnd Upon this class of people the welfare of tho government itself rests and our christian civilntion as well. Any honest and pure working girl finch a welcome from such as these. Tho intelligent and upright working girl of this country aro entitled tho highest respect aud they havo it men of while thus engaged he was detailed about four years ago, to make a trip, with another reporter, from Pittsburg to New Orleans in n skiff At that time Mrs. Reeves' father, with is family, was at the mouth of Green river. When Mr Reeves and bis companion reached the mouth of (Jtecn river it THANKSGIVING. In my dull tioclt of llfn fcmiu I In imrnlmt word beweched Pair Prim lo wlfn Mulilnlm run her vale So mournfully derllno Tl.t elfer tlint 1 made nnd wy Bhu'd ne'er bo wife ot mine. 1 r OM Time hn turned full mnnj b rH lmy tlll ist ' .pulled up alongside .? . high-tone- broad-minde- Adolphus. Accoiimno to dispatches, Dr. A. F. Stanley, formerly of this county, aud now third assistant physician in the asylum at Hopkiusville, and Mrs. Virginia Graves an employe in the same institution, were married at Js'ushville, Teim., last week. The good withes of tlio people of this county arc extended to the Doctor and his bride. Tun Owensboro Jlewug'T, a. free silver paper, does not believe in contests as is evidenced by tho following editorial: "John C. Duffy, the Democratic candidate for Repiesentntivein Chris- GIVES A WAR WHOOP Tho ItErunLiCAX bns already said that tho Populists would desert their silver Democratic allies who in the recent election basely betrayed them. All true Populists aro now moro determined than ever to stand firm fllirl (inffili ltfjt1 tlrt isiava iinmliinAl!nn with free silver Democrats (?) who to dny ore nnd ever have been the bitterest enemies the Populist party houseboat , nsUe(, tost , out j 0, the ,t rfljuf(, dflynnd night, and the reporters remained on the boat. The next morning was bright and clear and the newspaper men departed on their journey south, waid, but not before Mr. Reeves re- quested the fisherman's daughter to correspond with him which request she granted Two years ago the couple wtrt marrif... and nt obmt the same time Mr Reeves fell heir to quite a litle fortune. The couple appeared perfectly happy and contented with their riverllle The boat has foui neatly furnished rooms, and Mr. and Mrs. Reeves will visit all the cities of the United Stated which they can reach by river Owensboto "y ,, ., The world hn spoil Its fleeting wax Adown the paths of ipaca filnc Hint fared Thanksgiving day, but time will ne'er (Incu Tho mem'ry of her gentle "No" Tluit bade my hope depart. To lcavo me ah, it teemed so thcnl Naught nave n broken luart Thanksgiving days havo hurried by Twoscoro of them, 1 gup. The gloomy shroud that wrapped me then la gone, I muat contest Bho'a married yet, Prue married and Iter husband' hair turned gray. Mayhap that's why ao gratefully 1 rendor tbankt today Chicago Inter Ocean. OLD CISSEL'S HONOR. Tho fog rested over tho Itttlo station ami came quietly into tho "gentlonien's waiting room" with evory fresh arrival. These early comers had no intention of going off on tho train. They wcro known jocosely as tho "cowboys," and their duty was to haul milk to tho station onco or twico a day. Tho cowboys, grouped about tho coal stove on this foggy morning, woro fn s sarncst conversation. Thcro wcro shakings of wlso old bends, intermittent giggle from tho witty youngsters, solemn and emphatic stamps of well shod feet, whistles, uiuttcriugs nnd now nnd then a hearty espousal of a clever idea. "No, 'talu't no uso for an old man to bo cranky; it don't pay. Thar conies a timo when a body's got to bo looked after whether ho likes it or no, nud his own pcoplo's tho ones to do it. If an old feller's sou can't put up with him, how's tho neighbors gunno do it?" This somewhat lengthy speech on tho part of Farmer Gibbs met with universal approval. "That's it," said Williams, "and ho was comfortable. No person in tho county could V been kinder and moro g-- ; oral-non- Messenger tian, has abandoned his contest against Sargent, his successful Republican opponent This is well While perhaps there were technic.il defects irk the election by which erctiph votes could have been thrown out to have seated Duffy." It seems that tho Democrats of Ohio county do not believe in the spirit of fairness, and heuce they are push ing their contests. New York newspa-par- s that Richnrd Croker, tho Tama-n- y Chicfton, has designs on the seat of Senator Murphy in the United States Senate. The mere statement ot thiB fact has created a political sen sation in New York, and many politicians Democratic politicians have spoken in a way that shows plainly that such nn effort on tht nnrt nf Mr. Croker will split the Democratic party iu New York wide open, The fact that Richaid Croker of England is now running New York City, is a dis-Brace to tho American neonlo anv i how. The American people can t very well afiord to do without the service of Richard Croker and also of Hon. T. C. Piatt who is ot the samo stripe as Croker. 1 It is stated in ever nnd- The Populists aro everywhere to the fact that the Bryan- have deluded and deceived them, Over in Grayson county, Undo Les. Green, a highly respected citizen and ardent and Populist, has awakeued to the fact thnt the Bryan Democrats are traitors and corrup- tionists and that Populists should forever let them alono Uncle Les. arrays himself in war paint and feathers and lets out a war whoop that 'will find an echo iu the breast of every true Ponulist. The lopul.stsot Kentuckj will take up and repeat his battle yell until the wbule party is atraiu arrayed under tho Populist banner. Tho Populists will then go on the war path, bilver Deraocrots will be the special object of their fury. Many a Bryan Demo- crat is doomed to bite tho oust as .. were, and his scalp will fiud a place in the belt of some Populist brave. It will bo a war to the death. Undo Le8' h not the onI' poi"'t " 80um,ed ,be batt,e Hl3 "7 has becu heard in Graywn Breoku) ridSe county. in Hardlu od whole-soule- oty, in Mende' I,is vo''c0 lms B,irred UP his Varl7 associates ami on every bnud tbe raen of l''e People's party Gnu. G. B. Bucknkr is out in a card in which he announces his firm allegianco to the cause of sound money and states that he thinks sound money Democrats should continue the fight for tho cause. Among other strong expressions in Gen. Buckner's letter, the following is exceptionally stroug; The Chicago convention of 1896 abandoned every fundamental doc trine ol Democracy, discarding the principles ol the revenue tariff, surrendering to the fiat money doctrines practiced by the Republican party. renouncing the Jttlersoninn principle of commetcial value in metallic money nnd substituting thejefor the fiat doctiiue oi Republicanism and Populism and seeking to inculcate doctrines which would paralizc the power of the courts to protect the life and property ot the citizen and subject them to the unreasoning pass An 0iir!inilly You ,iiw llmo sions of any infuriated mob, ol testing the curative effects of Kly's Tin: fight for tho Democrafic nom- Cream Balm, the most positive Cure ination foi Governor of Kentucky is for Catarrh known. Ask your drugnot going to bo altogether lovely and gist for a 10 cent trial size or send 10 harmonious. Senator Goebel is go- cents, we will mail it. Full size 50 cents, ing to cut a pretty considerable swath ELY BROS., 56 Warren St., N. Y. in tho mnttor, and P. Wat Hardin My son was afflicted with catarrh has on war paint in great prolusion. I induced hitn to try Ely's Crem As matters now stand it will be a deBalm and the disagreeable catarrhal lightful fight for Kepub'icans and smell all lest him. He appears as Populists to witness. Senator Goebel well as any one. J. C. Olmstead, it seems will havo backing of Senator Areola, 111. Blackburn nnd his crowd, while Hari:it.i.v. din will bo boosted by tho wildeyed Miss Rebecca Casebier, Ricedale, Jlryan element. There nio other has been visiting her sister, Mrs. C. Democrats beside Ilunlin and Goebel G. Kimbley tor some time. who think thuy aro to bo tho nomiMr. Lillian Kimmel nud Miss Ida nee, hut thoy, to uso plain nud pointColeman were married at the residence ed language iuo not in it a little bit. of the biide's parents, Mr I.um ColeHardiu would bo a favorite, were it man last Sunday eveninc Rev. not for tlio fact that lit developed such Hiram Brown officiating. We wish lamentable weaknees iu his rnco with them n long and happy life Gov. Bradley. Having once led his Messrs. Walter Kimmel, Cal Gtubs his parly through a daughter houso and John Whitson, Paradise, attended into an open grave, the authorities the Kimmel Coleman wedding Sunthat ho will bo backward in again in day. Mrs. I.aura Kimmel, Paradise, visi trusting him with leadership of tho Democratic foicos. llurdiu U too ted the family of Mr. George Casebier heavily hati'licappJ to win in this last week. Mrs Alice Barnttt, Owensboro, was race. So nil appearances Senator the guest of Mrs. Fulkerson the first Goobel hat the advantage. ot the week. Prayer meeting was orgnnized at TiiuitK senilis to be a discussion going on in magazines, and weekly the church Wednesday night by Rev. I, II, Richatdson. periodicals as to tho position ot workMrs. Annie Notirse anl family, ing gir a in si duly, fn tlio first placo, Central City, have moved to Mr, V. no wotd h more generally used than B, Morton's. "society," and it is used in very Mr, J M Mclniyrc and family of broad ami luoio inannor. Society iu this place have moved to Huttlotd to tho sense wo speak of iu this article engage in business. Louis. in 1411H moro particu'arly moro culA MiMiiij.lUint lliiiiuiiirc. tivated pinion ol any community iu O'lite nud inteitf-tlnlittle romance lU social relations and iuflumices. H, is connected with the lives ol the ciety is often iircd to disignate that of one ol the idianty boats portlo'i of u town, city or cimmuiii-twhich passed dawn by bete n few winch indulges in emlltss minds d tys ago It was n pie tty little craft of umiuTiiui.t and gayt-ty- . Society I pr,1)cIltl, ,jy g(1S(,ljne rjVylim, 18 niailo to embrace that et f gennp- -' weme(1 iimeike on ,jie boat, which wnp occupied by n nnd his wile The couple had been married The limbind f s 11 y can uo louuu preparing tor tne st.ite. Let it come; the victory will bo to brave. But before we close these remarks we will submit for the ben- fit of our Populist friends, the re marks ot Uucle Les. Green who has been a voter 58 years nnd whoso ro- are entitled to the highest re- sped and most thoughtful considcra- tion. Ho says: Please let me say since the smoke of battle has cleared away that al though I have been a voter lor fifty-eigyears I never witnessed anys thing to equal the election just passed in bargain, intrigue and corruption, and if the Democrats consider it a victory it is the dearest bought they ever won I have been in Breckinridge, Meade and Hardin counties since the election and find tbe mid- dle-omore determined than ever that they will never be side tracked by the silver Democrats again. You had just as well tell us that the devil was sanctified as to pieach free silver through the Democratic paity. ht I I down in his heart som'crg Bub Cibsel n'tjwrry ''bonl ;.U thl..rumpus. And tTiiiiu mu inn ui liiu muu uiiunni lull placo to r handod over 7 bo ton 16-y to bo on iu tho nnmo of tho unelo who bought up tho mortgages thar'sa higher law'n tho law of tho land that gives John Clssel n right to livo his life out in tlio home placo." .1Tho ciase,8 lg tho quaU ,rt of famllylover seen." remarked Imrdette, "Tho neighborhood's taken hot sides with tho old man, but nary one of us kess 0W!lvl10'8 ,.ntho a?d The third-Ju- dge Taldwell-- dic tno yjoug. AH wo know that tho sented. his contention being that forso occurred out in tho Clssel baru; boycotting, if peaceable aud orderly, that tho boss was in it. Somo state as Is admissible; that there is but one th. bT knock,cd t? ld mau u0wn,.nud tho state inflation upon the employment of others nnd that iu tho fracas man hoss rareu was th.t aw,y tho old tlle boycott-t- he observance of tie knocked down, but neither tho old man gtvo out tho facts of tho laWl rhia 9 clearly begging the nor Bub has question, for the very point at issue was whether boycotting itself is law- n np wharover u.oy'11 let him in and ful. Judge Caldwell says that labor the hoss for sola They stato has no other effective methods of re- - as Bub says that tho hoss can't bo sold; sistance than stiike nnd boycott. that lt was bon8ht UP h7 his nia's brother nnd That, however. Is not pertinent, offeriu tho is his'n, but the old man is critter right and left." Even if it were a fart that there were "That's u good hoss," said a youth- no other methods, this does not Drove ful cowboy in a ruminating way. "A that thoe methods are iust. or orooer. first rate hoss, fur's I kin jedge. Nnry whito foot on him, long fltin lean, nhflTI. or admissible ed liko a rcg'lar trotter, and ho kin go. The blacklist and the boycott o That hoss is wuth moro tnoney'n the long in the same category. Both are times'll bring." "Yes, feed's scarce," said Shacklett, unfair and unjust interferences with the proper liberty or the individual, "It's a powerful good hoss won't cat his head off thiB winter. " One is as bad as the other. Eich is an "Bat 'taln't every day a feller can organized tyranny. It the North-murpick np n boss like Clssel's," continued western Railroad company desired to tho enthusiast " 'Twould pay to keep dlsPense with the services of Ketchaw the crittor over winter, feed him well and carry him to town in the spring. !t had thnt rint: it had no right Ho'd fetch a fancy pries iu towu this to Put his name on a blacklist, and so spring. But $180 is considerable money prevented him from obtaining em - to git hold of nowadays. " "But how 'bout the raffle?" another ployment elsewhere. And the Kanof the youngsters inquired eagerly. "I sas City coopers had no more right heercd they was speakin of puttln the to boycott the firm which refused to hoss up to radio. " "Thoy was speakin of itf" said Wilyield to their demand to throw our liams, "but the old man wouldn't hear machinery. on it. Ho says how a raffle ain't nothin Eugene' V. Debs asserted, in a re- but a lottery business, and tho lottery's cent speech in Cleveland, that tne forbid, priuted and nailed np iu evory was to have been expected that postofflco in tho United States. Hu says the court op appeals should declare he's been cbeatod out of n homo, but him ain't uo reason the boycott illegal, but that 110 court thatuoighbom out of fordollar to swindle apluco all n tho would ever declare the blacklist to be but tho 0110 man and give tho one man illegal, No demagogue was ever ans- n hoss for a dollar, Uo says as ho cau wered more promptly by the logic of git moro'u a dollar for his boss." "That sounds well enough," said events. The boycott is not only Burdotto, "but when it com 09 to boln illegal, but the man who turned out of a lodgiu, haviu tho tick has been awarded very heavy took off ycr bed to show ycr wasn't damages. The Chicago decision will wanted no longer, thon, I say, lottery lottery, tho raffle's tho only thing silence much of the crv of agitators or no to come at," that poor men have no chance in the "That wore truoabout tho bed, then?" courts when pittied against corpora- inquired Shacklett. "Yes, and it seems hard, but Ann tions and wealth Toledo Blade. Earp couldn't afford tbo oxtry oxponso. Sbo says as slio ain't suro ho has the Triirhrr- - .llrrlllir. right to soil tho hoss, and sho couldn't To be held at Deanefield, December go on waitiu for tho ntouoy nohow; sbo u, 1897: Opening exercises J W. couldn't keep her own family iu meat, Petty. Reading A. G. Teel. Com much less 11 boarder that wasn't payiu. Yes, old Cissol yer position C. Soper. Language lesson sat thar on tho Maid iu Uo 0110 night, beuch. didn't sleep Miss Sun Moseley. Noon. none, tho night telegraftor says, aud How to get pupils to pronounce was holler oyed noxt niorniu. Then the Wnshiugtous took him in, but thoy's S, W Crowe. Recitation Miss N Smith. How to seenre attendance in worrltin about tho board monoy al. ready." tbe latter part of the school Ira Pet"Bub hears tho talk; ho knows how ty. A pleasurable and profitable Fri 'tis. If ho can't stand tbo old man in tho house, why don't ho corao forward day afternoon John Hoheiraer. Paboard olbowhero?" per on "The Life Woith the Living" and pay bis stamped Williajns his foot. "That's Miss Annie Petty. Supplement it," hn said Impressively. "Why don't ry reading J. H. Smith. The value ho? Because Bub Cissol won't nllow to of an educition Morton Holbrook. nobody that ho can't stand tho old man iu tho honso. Ho says if tho old man Few rules ot no rules Alvey John-socan't stay to his homo lot him find My method of easy school what home ho cau out of it Tho old Miss Sallie Ford Ntces- - mau's stubborn, but it ain't no moro'u bity of child study Miss Abbie human if tho straits ho's in hasn't Smith. Decorum of teachets J. C. weakened him down conaiderablo. Some Lawrence. Value ot the association folks say if Bub was to como aloug and offer to fix things up tho old man Prof. L. W. Godsey. Liturature in wouldn't mako uo objections. But tho common schools J. D. Hocker. boy's got tho Cissol stubbornness along with hii mother's tnrual pcrsoverauce. Ira Purry, J II Smith, Com. fc'ary Ilopwood cut enough chicken feathers off tbo quills for to muko a 25 pound W. W. Whalkn, rcceut decisions have mde' and w,,h,n n few da' ot eac, upon the wme oth.wWch are eternal PMnciple f JuVce. betwe!n iuhu unu man. ana wntrn will do much to clear up the confusion exist- lug in the popular mind concerning ,, , , r employe The fust of these is the ' vetdict awarded to Fred H Ketcham in a Chicago coutt, ot $21,666 ages against the Northwestern rail-it- es road for blacklisting him. The other decision was that of the United States cuurt of appeals in the district in the case of a firm of employers against a coopers, union In Kansas City. The question involved vvas the right of a labor organization . I t .. .t a...i luaumc uiiiiibL .1.- - suDsiuuiiou ot uie machinery for Uand labor, ms stttutton of a general boycott against the firm in order to compel it toyield, i!.,.i. The msi.iritv r,t il, i.u n. UlecomPany entitledf to an Injunction against the coopers, re- stroking them from injuring its bus- - ' Twf , toiiit nmi iioyrmt bn Wj ,,: ..,... h cr git sorry, but it's against reason if .fJ&StAS y oar-ol- d ... ' mrit,,n kVl?i?. be-th- bt mm. I'll Roll him (Hit cheap to vou. Shacklett, I'm wautln money. Tho world nln't got no uso for n man with-nu- t money. I'll let you havo tho critter for $ 2ft. You'd best tnko mo up, rb?" Uo tried to speak nil through in n way, Iu tho maimer of nn independent man offering his wares for sale, but blsvoleo faltered when ho said that tho world hadn't nnyusofor a man without money and tho fear showed Itself In his eyes. "A hundred nnd dollars nln't much for a hoss liko Hawk, eh, Shacklett?" "No, 'taln't much," acquiesced Shacklett, "but times Is hard. I tell you what you do, Cissol." Uo laid his baud upon Uissol's shoulder. "You git on that thar hoss. Nobody rides him you, though you's most 80. You jest git on that hoss and rido him homo. Tiio feller iu tho county tbnt wants tho bow worst is Bub." Cissol threw off tho kindly grasp and drew hlniFclf up. "I reckon," ho said, "as Willlams'lt bo glad to buy tbo hoss on tho preseut terms. I was sjicakln to blnl yesterday." "I'm nn old man, too,"NId Shacklett, "nnd I know thar nlu't but ono placo on earth for old men. You'll bo sorry for it by and by, CIskI, and tho boy'll bo sorry too. Yon don't wnnt tho boy to bo sorry when it's too lato, when it won't do him uor anybody olso no good?" Old Clssel stepped forward with a lurch, steadied himself, straightened his shoulders. "Tho Clssols," ho said stubbornly, "never gits sorry." Shacklett shook his head lu dismal disapproval and went over nnd climbed into his milk wagon. Ho shook his head again on the way home, with tho linos hnuging looso over tho neck of his moro. "It's tho boy's placo to como forward," ho muttered. "Ho's young. It's too hard for to expect an old man to givo up to his own boy. But Bub's got tho mother'H perseverance. Sho cut enough of chicken feathers off tho quill for to mako 11 2fi pound bed. " Tho Washliigtons kept old Clscl six weeks beforo Mrs. Washington spokn in nil earnestness and Feverity about tho board money. "Somo'ii'sgottobodouo," sho said emphatically. "Times is hard. Ann Earp kop' you four weeks, and sho ain't had h cent from you yit. Tho hoss is catiu his head off In Cramer's stable, and yon'10 owin mo six weeks' board. Now and then I havo kep' a hoarder to help along, but I'vo nl'nys bceu jiaid ut tho end or tho week. Of course if you was to sell tho hoss nt onto I ain't say-i- n you mightn't stay on, but ynu'vo been yer six wcoks tomorrow ovenln, nnd yon niu't no nearer selliu him than when you como. Wiishdi'tou was savin yesterday It's all fullishnoss, you settiii n price on tho boss. You might 'a' got $125 by tho riffle, but you niu't gunno git n hundred right dowu fromn farmer What you van git for tho boss that's what ho's wuth." "Tlio boss comes from good stock," said the old mau fuiutly "If any one wanted n fino trotter" "No matter who's w.intin a lino trotter, they nlu't wnntin it at a fancy price," said Mrs. Wahlngton. "Of course if you must keep the boss, then it's Bub's placo to keep tho two of you. If ho won't let you stay at the farm, ho ought for to mako arraugemeuts about yer beard. Lawsl" sho added, looking keenly into tho old man's face. "I should think as tho boy'll bo mighty sorry after whilo if ho does nothin now " "Tho Cissels," said tho old man "they never gits sorry." "1 don't want to do nothin mean," said Mrs Washington, "but the boy oughter come fawward now if ever Tomorrow's Thanksglvin " Tlio old man roo and went out of tbe houso Ho walktd very slowly across to the itntion aud lingered about, but the people STadcd him. Nobody wanted to buy a horM), and most of tho cowboys were becoming weary of his entreaties. "if he a hud tho radio, be d been all right for awhile.' they bald. "The world ain't not no use for a man without money," muttered eld Cissel "He cnu't buy a ch.iw of tobao-cnor nothin " He was feverihlv anxious to sell his horse that eve of Th.iuks-giviutweu-ty-flvo hot-ter'- n y g .1 mu iiiuinemiiii-Ui.- i iaji gi".- - iaii!j'i''!J"i.n"LF - youl" Forty dollars for a duo, sound, young horsol Iord, Is tho times ro hard as that?" Then ho must havo hoard tho sleigh-bell- s distinctly, for thcro wero two strings ot tlifiu upon n homo that was springing nud dancing behind him. Uo must havo heard tho euergetlo"Whoal" and tho tingling and jingling of the slelghbcll8 slinkeu afresh And yet lt seemed as If ho heard nothing at all. Ills bead bud fallen ou his uniifl. Ho shifted his feet n llttlo to mako a surer prop as hu prepared to sjicud his second night without a homo. Tho old head was lifted gently by a pair of strong hands, somo ono suid Tiithcr!" lu a choking voice, und old Cisol turned nnd stared into tbo boy's face. "Father!" cried Bub again. Hut thu old man drew back. Leaning heavily against tho bridgo railing, he announced that tho "hoss" was sold, given away. "You'to cold," enld tho boy gruffly. "You git In thnr, You'ro goln wlmr you'll bo took caro of. I hecrd all about tho hos. Duru tho fool thnt robbed ho's wuth. Can't "us.immijii.'jji'i1 iiJL!nimi I This Is tho complaint of mm thousands at this season. Thoy havo no appetite) food BBbiHisV docsnotrollsh. They need thetonlugupot tho stomach and digestive organs, which a courso of Hood's Sarsapsrlll will giro them. It also purifies and enriches tho blood, cures that distress after eating and Internal misery only n dyspeptlo esn know, creates an appetite, overcomes that tired feeling and builds up and sustains tho wholo physical system. It so promptly and efficiently relloves dyspeptlo symptoms and cures nervous headaches, that lt seems to havo almost "a maglo touch." IT Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the best In Met tho Ono Truo Illood Purifier. ashamed." "No, Bub; Ho helped thnoldman into the sleigh and drew tho robes about him. Thon ho whistled to his horse, and tho sleigh-bell- s resumed their jingling. Thu sudden changofrom thohomelons nnd destitute feeling of spending tho night upon tho bridge, with no future prospects whatever, with tho knowledge thnt lt was Thanksgiving day nud that bo could only bo thankful over the faet that his empty pockets meant thnt each houckt debt had beeu paid tho sud-dchange from all this to tho comfort-nblseat iu tho sleigh, with tho spirited hnrso milling him ou to warmth aud lildit and home, was too much for old CIsh'1 He sat iu the sleigh besido Bub, whifuiM ring liko a littlochlld. The boy leaned over nnd very quietly saw that tho robes wero rightly placed. Then old Cissel reached out his hand aud touched his son's coat sleeve. "When u man gits to bo nigh on to 80, Dub." ho suid humbly, "ho ought to bavo kuso enough to know that young blood's hot Though I'm tho first Clssel that overduuo lt, I'm gunno 'low 1 m sorry " The boy turned about. "No, you'ro not, father!" ho cried quickly. "You'ro not to "low you'ro sorry You'ro not to be sorry It's me that's both sorry and no, Hood S PUIS r are the best IIU, aid ingestion. !M. THE LATEST WfcWS! Iii Hi: A. V Kit I) VM is that Hocker (.Vs. buyer huvc just returned from lie City markets where lie has been picking up somo estra HAIlOANS. Our trailo b Ikui very Hxcallcut 111 all lines, win cmlly in CLOTHING Tin-sUAi'.S ami havu been gong very f.nt, i no e luvelud an huvu bud muieuso stuck, ami agouti clinnco to .SIvi.Kt'T ns well as purchase what they want. Our new bargains am m uomiiit: in mid next week is CLOSING W KICK in which wo roioo to lit ujihiCUT It ATKS every voting man who presents himself for a suit or overcoat, nnd every young lady who wauls u wrap. Don't put ulHliis purchase tho Iicb hirgitiiis will begone. Space forbid' Hl of prices, but wo will s,iy I that the price will bo made tos ibo purchaser, in 'id's from f. (10 p to SL'.'l 00, nud in ladies wraps fr.un S1.25 to 515 00. Como nt:d examine this, will cost you nothing. In all lines wc impose to suit tho people mill wo huve arranged to receive, from the people their cish or their country produce, thereby enabling every body to prnvido himself with winter supplies. If thoy ucod winter shoes nnd havo not tho money bring us n load ol good shucked eiru and get shoes tor tho winter. Como or send in your orders. HOCK Kit it CO it I br-c- fo They sat iu sileuco for n long time Tho sleigh was turning iu nt the farm pato. tho moonlight was over every- thiui; the glow from the window wa vlsiblo when old Ciscl spoke ogaiu. We ain't nary ono of usorry. Bub," be aid fervently "It's Thanksgivin We're '10th jest orerpowerin glad." Washington Star ThankicltlDf tllnnpr. Crrnm ut lice toup Ojnter pattln Cranborry me. Hon'l ttirkf j. Browned potatc-- . ScuIIojhmI tomatoet Canr.M orn Chwjn. Ce.rry miyonnnl Iitt' water cracker unco. Apple puclJInu Hard drape ami bananna Colt co -- RolcctM. Clcl doggedly. " 'Talu't Bub." returned old that away." blUcr Nat Iu It. Tho full of silver to tho very bottom will not stop the Hut money movement, but it will bring luck muny hu honest believer in sound money who was led by specious pleas to believe that it was possiblo for the United States uot only to arrest the fall of silver, but to double its value, by coining the whito metal freo nnd iu nulluiited quantities. Tho reul light is between sound money and Out luouey. Silver will be in it but a 11 Macon Tslegrupb. lo whilo longer. 1 1 . The diseases cured by Hood's ore many, because most ailments disappear ns soon ns tlle blool is emichtd nnd unified by it. Last Thursday or Friday.be-tweeHattl ltd and lleavet Dam, one storm tug, nnber on one side, blue-blaon other, with btnnd"Cbad-wiclc- " in ot.c corner. Finder will ' se u turn to Field's Livery Stable, Hartford, and receive reward. u fi-- Lost ck a War. The nations that hne changed from the silver standard to the gold atnndiird during the present year are .Inp.in, SalXI x vador, Ilrlilkh Honduras, l'ern and Hoytl. All the South American republic that still retain the silver standard and also Mexico, ure preparing to make the snme change. They 11 11 dij(l-lantng- Coitn J'lca, sul-fer- n. e ml tlit'inscltes at serious Bright and early on the mornlmr of In trading with tbe rest of the day the horse w.14 sold, very quietly, beforo many people were world. around The purchaser arrived for him A Slrluit Iii II. at uoon, but Cramer iusUted upon beThe old bdj of Thriiii'iirtiile Ireet ing paid for the horse's keop befora (Bunk of EiiKluml) li.is uiiideannlTrrlL him to bis now master Old the IiIiiii'IuIIIl- - coiniiili-Miii- i sent abroad Ctsiel's hands trembled as ho counted by this country which isccm to gie dollars for Hawk's keep "He's cut tho pleasure to some of t lie "friends of sila fiuo boss," he said as tho now owner ver." Apparently the Il.ml; of England rode away, "as fine a boss as one cau agrees to hold h of Its reserve In find iu the country, but u body's got to silver, which It In permitted to do by tnko what thoy can git for a boss an act of parliament of 1SH. In reality 'Tnin't 110 uso scttiu a'price " It agrees to do so only iiiiilereniidltlons Somo people who saw old Cisscl goas dinivult of reali.ntlnn as If It lind said ing into Ann Earp's said that he walk"when the sun turns h.icluurd In Its ed as if ho were growing young again, course." These conditions nre that but his former landlady's faco was se- the Trench mint "be again opened vere and unapproachable as sho answerto the free colnnge of sllier, and that ed his knock the prices at which silver Is procurable "1 havo come to pay the bill." anund salable nre satisfactory." nounced tho old man, whereupon Mrs. France could hardly open her mints harp's face relaxed, and she invited at any other ratio than her old one ot 'olm into tho warm dining room 13a- - It Is practically certain that her "Pore pooplo,"sho suid apologetical civilization Ik too fur ndiiinced for her ly as she received the monoy, "is someto attempt free coinage nt 15', to t times forced to do hard things, but if when the present ratio Is about into 1. you've sold the boss I'll bo glad to give When "the prices at which silver Is you the room again." procurable and salable are satisfacTho room iu question was bark of the tory" may mean nnythlng. As the dining room The door between war Bank of England cannot use silver In reopen It must bo warm too Old Cissel demption of Its notes It enn nlford to bowed aud thanked her, but ho did not buy silver only when It can be exaccept. changed for gold wlthoi rlsh of loss. Mrs. Washington smiled beniguly Of course, If France had free colnnge nt when sho in turn reccivod, her money, a fixed ratio the Ilanlt of England could tho lust day of tho week's board, " easily and quickly realize on Its oilier "It's said old Cissol, "I git my supper " "Laws, you ain't gunno leave?" cried Mrs. Washington, "You ain't mad at what I said yesterday? 1 was called ou for money myself und was put to. If I'd know you was gunno sell tho hoss so curly, I wouldn't said a word. Washlii'-towon't hulf liko it if I let you go." "I'vo made otlier arrangement, " suid old Cissol, "I jest git my supper; that's Thaiik.-Hlvin-g one-fiftnow-aday- s. KLY'H CIIEAM ItALM UnpoittlTsrur. AppljIntoUia noitrila. ItUqnlcklatxottvcd. Ut crnU at Drairglita or bj- mall ! (ampin 10c br mill. KLT IlltOTHKIlfl, 83 Warreo HL, New Tori cilr. Kfrrvlioity Bajt hu. Cnseurets t'amlv t'utlinrllc, thf most wonderful medical illseovcrvof tbo ago, pleasant nnd refreslilns In tho taste, act gently nnd positively on kl.lncjs. Ilieraiid bowels, clcauslui; tlio cntlro system, dispel colds, cum liemlnulie, fover, Imliltuiil constipation am bl.lnusnea. l'leoso buy ami try ft linx oft!. CO Itl.iV Mlccnla. Hold and ruaruotced to euro by all druKUisli. Iffli " lUM OU AUnulu, tj . RM.WOOI.LF.V.Ii.Ul Offlco 10 N. Trior BU -. and Wbtitey Habits cured at hoin without pain. Book of particular rent Fit KB. For n limited time 99 cents will piy fir one dt zen canluct size photos at Schtoetet'H Floating Studio. On to ci'iti: a ii.i in iivi; iiiy Take Lixntive (Homo Quinine Tab. lects. All Druggists refund the money if it fails lo Cure. 35c. 6 6 1110 Mure- - lull Cure. Artuisttnd's Chill Tonic is a sine cure lor chills J II Williams only bns n fw bottles, so it you want to keep (II dills call for n bottle nt ONCF, Price 45 cents a bottle. Don't delay Dr mm I. n nun-ageme- nt ' Ud " Tho sunlight win something beautiful to see as the cowboys shoved their milk cans Into tho car and began to disIt lay along TItfpU. perse around tho station the fcuco rails lu brilliant streaks, aud on tho frosty ground were silver sprigs nig bargains in ladles fine shoes at and silver itonet Even the half froicu road dirt lay iu ridges of crusted whiteSchapmite's this week, ness It looked as If thcro would ba a right good freeze soon and a healthy oASTonia, "Apr's Cherry Pectoral Consumption." winter Walking across tho frosty road, on his way from tho store to the station, was old Cissol. Uo was u tall, old nun, with u stoop in his shoulders that was becoming moro and moro protiouncod. His beard was rough and straggly, tho ragged lining of his coat showed at the pockets, bo needed Dub's auut to see to him, tho pitying neighbors said. Uo looked up and spoke gravely aud politely to Slmcklutt. Thou his faco brightened perceptibly "Want; to buy a hoi, Shacklett?" ho inquired "I cau .vnn'll hflnnca saved tho lives of two of my children when to all appoaranco they were in tho first stage of When old Clssel quitted tho station, ho did not go to Mrs. Earp's, as Mrs. Washington had prophoslod. He went up to tho brldgo and stood thcro, look-ludown mechanically at tbo railroad track. Thoro had beeu two light falls of suow, enough to cover tbo ground sovoral inches, aud tho people had brought out tholr sleighs for Thanksgiving. Tho old man, leaning agniust thu rail of tho brldgo, heard tho sleigh-boll- s as In a dream, but ho know thut it was Thanksgiving. Uo brought his hands out of bis empty pockets and folded them upon the railing, Uo looked up at tho moou lighted sky, "I'm thankful," bo said slowly, "that I'vo beeu ablo to Air my just debts $13 to Ann for tho boss and 18 to Ellk. Wushln'ton. 4uu a prle on a g foru Ho loft tho houso after supper. "Gobi back to Ann Earp's, I s'poso," said Mrs. Washington snocrlugly, "to bavo tho tick took off ogalu when tho hoss money's spent. Well, I reckon it's best to bo shed of him now, " Tho old mau sat lu tho gentlomen's waiting room until very lato. Ho was congratulated sovcrul times upon tho sale of Ids horse, Uo was told that ho, at any rate, had somothiug to bo thankful for, but ho looked very, very old. "Bub best take him ef bo wants him," said tbe cowboys amoug "He's holdtu out pretty study thpm-selves. all." An lorn alinpla In iUU.lt 1'rotecl .jour thT mar brio you Wrlln JOHN WKUDElillUUN Iitor. CO Ley. WuiilngtoD, IJ. o.,or tlilr al.eui prlia otter au4 lul ut Iwo liimdrtd tarenllooi vrasfpl Wanted-- tdj Idea & nn think ( by having it coined In France, when It would, If sllverlsin bo true, r.M'hnngt-fogold at a fixed rutlo. VVlien these conditions nre fully appreciated by the sllverl(es, they will see what an "April fool" Is being played upon them. Two plausible nnd possible explanations of this action of of have been suggested. One Ib tint t this offer Is Intended as a sop to the to keep nlitr the sllier question and to keep the United Slates on an unsound basis ns long us possible, lly so doing Knglnnd would keep her greatest eoimncrclnl rlinl in the ssme crippled condition In which It lms been for seiernl decades. The second U that as British capitalists nre the largest owners of (liter mines and of ullver mining stocks In the world the Hunk uf Knglnnd should "do something for silver," It Is deemed unfair to the Ilrltlsh mlna owners to leave them,entlrely dependent upon their free sliver friends In America, tlir-llan-k ling-hind r !)MS CALL idSk I - ! - boy," f None higher. None belief at any price. Q Some reliable merchant tUs them In t nearly every city or town. Ail: tor I Fitting:. Prices ffi 'TUG STYLISH PATTERN." Ar-iutlc. Fathlcruble. Original. Perfect-- Patterns' m? lOnnil lficoiits. i V r 1. or Chicago. - us la either New YorkFashion Sheet Stamps taken. Latest postagt. them, or they can be bad by mall from (- tent upon receipt of one cent lo pay i M CALLS, sm i MAGAZINE' I W h ,;,., v. iw J , Brightest ladles' magatine publUhed. Invaluable for the home. Fashions of the day. Home Literature, Household Fiction, all for only 50 cents a year, Including a 1'rco pattern, your own selection any tune. Send two 2ent stamps for sample copy. Address Hints, Fancy Work, Current Topics, EajHu THK MsCALL COMPANY, Iklfll- llmtl. 142-H- S 6 ho. OL Vttt 189 tlM Hth Street, New York. Fifth Avenue, Chicago. iv t--fi- HALF DOLLARS i I Koyalniakt the food pure, wboleiome urn delicious. Good 10 4 blankets 50c nt Pair Co'6. Druggist J. It. Williams Is quite sick. WILL GO AT FAIR & COS As fur as one dollars go pOYM Another lot Fair & Co's $2 Mcintosh coals at Ladles good shoes ior 9JC at J. B Fogle et Co's. Take your eggs and feathers to J, U. Fogle & Co's. $1 25 for a pair men good K Fole&Co's. Big at most stores. &AKIN0 POWDER Absolutely Pure ROYAl SAKIN4 POWDIK CO. HIW YORK. boots at J. 25c to line ol bi H underwear from V This is not simply chat to get your trulc, but actual facts. Below we quote prices that down competition: C')-m- I 75c at J cipf-- s 15. Fogle & Co'a. Another at J. shipment of Ladies Fogle & Co's. to 4 gny blankets 0. . . . Good 10 4 white blanket white blankils Extra wool mixed blanket Extra n4 M-- 50c 75c $1 00 I 50 A coal bank mule kicked n colored boy's tar oil at Hamilton Mines Monday. 11 4 II 4 II w Good oize bed comfort Good size satinc cot creel comforts , Good cotton jeans . Best cotton jeans GihkI all wool jeans Good 'willed flannel Good nil wool gray flinncl lle.tvy medicated red flannel Good ennton flannel Heavy grade canton flannel Good domestic Good shilling Good yard wide bleicli Good lutkey red table linen Apron check gingham . blankets . . while- - blankets . . . 300 . $2 511 1 3 CO 75c $t 00 10c 15c 22c 15c 18c 23c 5c Sc i . . ...... . 5c 4 to 7c 5c 15c ,tn? ..! style gingham Flnuncletts lor wrappers Dre.ss 5c 5c . . . . Remember that when you come to 65c lor a boys suit Hi J. E Fogle & Hattlold that Field & Son will take Co's. the best of care ol your stock. Be sure to leave your horse with them. Infants cloaks 50c to $2 at Fair & Co's Rough River Lodge No. no K of Good lined work gloves 25c at Fair P. held their semi annual election ol officers last Tuesday night for the en. & Co's. suing term which resulted as follows: Heavy weight underwear 25c at C M Crowe, C C ; Jno B. Wilson, Fair & Co's. V. C.C ; W. II Barnes, Prelate; E. Heavy canton flannel lor Sc at J. E. W Ford. K. of R. S.; J R Pirtle M. of F ; S. T. Bainett, M ol E.; Jno. G. Fogle & Co's Keown, M ol A ; J. S. Glenn, M. of Mr. J M. Casebiir hus moved to W. After the election of officers an theBaiid property. elegant lunch was served in Castle Oneitn union suits heavy fleeced Hall. The lunch was prepared by 75c at Fair & Co's. Mr. F. 'V. Bojce, proprietor of the Attorney J. W. Lytle, Owensboro, Hartford House, and was all that could be wished and was enough to was in town last Saturday. satisfy the taste of the most fastidis The cheapest line ol overcoats in ou9. The evening was an enjoyable HarlfjrdatJ E Fogle & Co's. one and was one long to be remem Revs. Newton and Fulton are con- ed. Since our last communication, Mr. Ellis Babe and Miss Octava King, were united in matrimony at the Baptist Church in Baiztowu a few days ago. ' Mrs. J. A, King is visiting relatives in Grayson county. Mr A A Iglebeart has moved to Mr 11. Field has bought u new 'bus McLean county. Mr. Z, R Taylor is preparing to to use in his bus trade between Hart build him a dwelling house in Cromford und Beaver Dam. well. Prettiest line ladles Handkerchiefs It has been rumored about over the Hartfjtd are at Fair & Co's. Sec in county that the officers of the electhem in show window. tion at Bnizitown November 2, 1897, Don't lei your horse stand out in were all drunk. I want the readers the cold or put him in somebody's of this paper to Lear in mind that else stable, but put him in Field's that statement is false and black as stable. satan himself. Rev. P. E. Cheek, of Bowliu Green, If you want the btst of treatment for your stock always leave them at has just closed a grand revival meetYou will be treated ing at the Christian Church nt Select Field's Stable. with 14 additions, 6 by baptism and exactly right. C. P. Keown has received his quietus lroiu the state in full sets tiement of this jear'ti taxes. He was the 20th sheufl to settle. Sheriff Good wool jeans 23c nt Falr& Co's. 10c Good calico All wool dress goods Roman stripe percals 35c to $1 per 4c nrd 10c 10c Highland plaid Men knit shi'ti s Men heavy fleeced flints Men fine Australian shirts I,i(lks fleeced veDt I.ndies hi avy fleettd vest R Si G , . 25c 50c $1 00 19c ducting a revival meeting at Liberty. Miss Glenn Bibb, MclCinney, Ky., is visiting her sister, Mrs. McU. Fair. Rev. Ferry Weaver will preach at the Baptist Church Sunday morning. Mr. John Mauzy, Eikton, was the guest ol his brother, Mr. V II. Mau-)- , ytsterday. OAK UIIOVI;, S. . . . . . French oen cort-eMen uood percal shirts Men heaxj Jersey shirts Men Good boats I.Hilits good grain shoes l.ndies bitter grade shoes riviled Ch Id bhois Ladies good heavy cape nicelv trimmed Men good oveicott Men good hats Men tourist hats, a corker Men nil wool suits Good Mcintosh coit Good Je.us pants t Cnrt '25c 85c 35c 48c I Sc $1 00 85c $t 00 50c to $1 00 I 00 2 50 S"C . . ' 00 4 00 2 00 75c 1 the church wonderfully revived. for Fifty Ccntt. Bro. Cheek is an able minister. Naitv. j Guaranteed tobacco habit cure makes vceak en strong, dioou pure, doc, 11. All druggists. 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. The following persons have paid their subscription since our last issue: Chas. Themes, Beaver Dam; S. P. Roby, Fordsville; G. T. Weslerfirld, Hartfoid;J. 11. Hill, Golden. Colo.; K. C. Byars, V. S. Ford, Olaton; A. Walker. Hartford. Dr. J. S. Coleman dedicated the new Baptist church at Morantowu last Sunday. There was a large crowd in attendance and over $2,000 was raised to apply 011 the new church. Dr. Coleman's preaching has been commended by all We clip notice from the Green River Republican In accordance to previous arranges ruents, the colored woineu of Ohio county met in the Alpha Baptist Church, Saturday, Nov. 20, I897 for the purpose of organizing an Auxil" hry to the Emancipation League. At 3 o'clock Rev. G. W. Drane, in a few will chosen remarks called the Don't forgot the place, FAIR II ii'iin COMPANY, s about the distinguished divine, which Ilrlirr Thnii Kliinillk Oiilil Is henlth and strength gained by tak- can be found in another column. ing II rod's Sarhaparilla, the great Pav" jour subscription. blond pun fit r. It fortifies the whole and Sulphur Between Haillord All wool Put f at Schapmiti-'sa'trni and nic ou .such .strength & Co's thht nenous troubles cense, and work Springs a gold Medal, engraved on Men'h boot.s $1 2; al one side "Anna Bean," on the other which sterued wealing and laborious, Buy millinery gool.s ut Carson ti side; "Medal," Finder will please becomes easy nnd is cheerfully perCo's. formed It has done this for others, liaesameat Carson & Co's store und be rewaided. Hand mude horse shoe:. atTwiddcll it will lor you. nt Cr'woi Bros 1 Bros. Bny men's and ladies' shoes at Car son & Co's. Ladles new underwear Hood's Pills are the best family cathartic and liver tonic Gentle, re lltble. sine Miss v.arrie Cox, who has been visiting her Msttr, Mrs M L Heav-hont rin, has returned to her Stanley. at Carson & me Co's. Remember that count we need it. All persons indebted to the estate of Mrs. Emma Cundiff, deceased, will come forward and settle same by DeAnd all persons cember 24th Inst. nilri subscription nc Carson & Co will trade joudry goods and clothing for good corn. For furnishing goods, dry goods and clothing see Caison & Co. We want a good correspondent in every locality in Ohio county. tiros, for all kind ol blacksmithing, horse shoeing and reTweddell pairing. Remember we netd that little account jouowe , Call in and fix it up. hlrtx. Col. For Shoea, Hats, Ties, lars ui rl Cutis ami gent's winter Store. call at Sel'npmire'i. Un-wr- If jou want drv gools ani clothing and have got no money, bring us a load of good shucked corn. Carsov & Co. holding claims against said estate will present same properly proven lor pajment or they will be forever tarr-ed- . T J. Smith, Adm'r Tliry mil .Vol Win. of Mrs Kmma Cundiff.dec'd. In the contested election cases in Ohio county Judge Owen has ordered For hulo. that the nineteen contested ballots be One pair god, mules seven and counted, This gives Sam Anderson, eight ears old Will sell mules. the Republican cardlehtes lor circuit Wagon and harness very cheap. Cull clerks' n majority c f 2, but G. B. on S, K. Cox, Likens, the Democratic candidate, 19 4t Hi rtford, Ky , Nov. 23, 1897 will continue his contest on the Klfclliiii Iti'lurns. ground of fraud, and will e 'euvjr to A large number of our readers counted in fhere uie hive ium-ewant to know hi.w the election returns 8 one others of the Democratic candwho hope to get up, but it is by precincts go, hence we have deidates hardly probably that they villi do so cide to give the vote by precincts in the race for Couty Attorney, it Otfennboio Inquiier being about an average. There is too much of the figures to publish en tire table The lullowtog is the way the vote stands between Messrs ll 1 I convention to order and suggested a temporary organization, which was affected by electing- Miss Lula Archer chairman and Miss Georgia Walker. Secretary. After speeches from the leading women of the county a committee on permanent organization was appointed, which reported ns follows: President, Mis. Thruston McHenry. Vice President, Lula Archer. Secretary, Miss Geor-g- r i IValker, Assistant Secretary. Miss Dollie Collins, Treasurer. Mrs. John Chinn There was a County Executive Committee of nineteen appointed. They will meet again as soon as the committee completes the constitution and code of rules With the Emancipation League in convention with the Women's Auxiliary 1898, will give Ohio county one of the greatest Emancipation Celebration of any coanty in the State. - them out, although he may have had to count them on their face. Attorneys W T. Ellis, Owensboro, B. D. Ringo. J. S Glenn and H. P. Taylor leprcsented the plaintiff, while Attorneys, E. D. G fly, Frankfort, M. L Heavrin and C. M. Bar-ne- tt represented the defendants. There were some nice legal points involved, and the way they were handled by the attorneys for the defendants, showed them to be thorough, practical lawje-- s and ranks them among the best in the State. The general ferellng among the Democrats, outMde of office seekers, is bitterly against any contest, and we have been reliable informedthat two or three of the Attorneys for the contestants advised ngainst the contest. 11 'I ho t'onlrHt I num. Evidences have been taken in the contest caies ac being urgtd by the delenii-t- l Democratic candldntis. So far tl.ey hav failt I to prove hard y anyolihtf l'egati n stt ut in nos tlce ol conteft and it Is the opinion of the people w ho have henid the testimony that lluy are ulttily lai ing in their evidence. It is a hnrd matter to go behind the election returns and count n man out after he has been ehcted The charges of the Demos crats about the voting places having been moved in Hartlttt and Select ptecinct have been exploded and there Is nothing in it The voting place nt Select was established in 1894 by nn ordtr of the Ohio County Court and the noliccpitblished in both the county papers, so that settles that, and at Bartlett there was no place to vote and UieShcrifTsecured a vacant house in about 500 yards of where the vots ing was done last year nnd had notices stuck up over the precinct to that effect. They charge that 10 voters.at McHenry voted for Bailey alone and were counted for the whole ticket, which has been proven untrue, but on the other hand the election ols ficers had nn agreement to count suc)i ballots for the wholf tickets on both sides, nnd the proof goes to show that theiewere five or six voted for Bailey and five or six voted for Shack-lefor- d and the numbers being eejual they were counted and certified for the whole ticket cf both parties, so that theory has been exploded. In regard to the alleged number of men who were physically unable to stamp The Haverhill G87elte, now In lront their own ballots the Democrats have rank of newspapers, stand for the journalistic ability of one man. failed to establish their required number by n large number and on the John I). Wright impressed his other hand the Republicans have strong personality on the paper ficm proven that there were more voters the day that he secured control. His accurate sense of news acd who voted that way that voted the Democratic ticket than thete were steady judgment of men nnd events who voted the Republican ticket. It has built up the Hnverhill Oazette to will be. no trouble for the Republicans its present nesn paper leadership of to win the contest cases Mr. Likens northern Massachusetts. mandamus suit came up fo trial in Editor Wright's long and brilliant the Circuit Court last Friday in which woik on the Boston Herald, as chief he was suing to compel the canvass-- , ol department ot "special writers," ing Board to and canvass has all been utilized in the building the returned votes, which they did up of this successful newspaper. It not deem it their duty to do. Judge will surprise no one that getting out Owen ordered the ballots opened and a big newspaper, like the Gazette, proceeded to count them, making a morning after morning, and year afgain of 15 for Likens and 2 for An- ter year, in the best heat and smoke derson, which leaves Anderson a of fierce political conflicts, should ens majority of 2. A large number of tail great mental and physical strain. the ballots returned were illegal and Incessant work told on Editor had the secondary stub attached, which Wright; but because be made use at the proof will show belore the contest once of Paine's celery compoud, he is board and if tbey ever reach Circuit today fully restored to his old time Court with the prool attached the forceful, vigorous habit of mind nnd court will be compelled to knock body. He says of this great remedy: EDITOR J, B. MGi Publisher Gazette Restored to Health by Paine's Celery Compound. Paine's celery compound creates a wholesotncdemand for focd, and cures a disordered stomach and costive bowels. For nil ailments and weakness that Haverhill, Moss., Oct 8, '97. Gentleman: It is with great pleasure that I bear testimony to the bene ficial results which almost linvariably follow the use of that king of all rem edirs Paine's celery compound. As a tonic, free from deleterious material, it has, to my way of thinking, no equal. This remedy is a positive boon to all nerve-wrecked men of business. I unhesitatingly commend ft to alt persons who are, as I was. thoroughly worn out. Very truly yours, TOHN B. WRIGHT. have grown out of nutrition, such as nervousness, loss of btrcngth. thin and pnle blood, loss of weight and lowness spirits, Paine's celery com pound is the legitimate and logical cure. It overcomes loss of nervous power and lessened power to digest food, by generously feeding the nerves and regulating their action. It banishes the continual tiled feeling by cleansing the blood cf clogging impurities, and bv stirring the kidneys and other purifying organs to healthful activity. Paine's celerj compound has cured many and many cases ol dyspepsia, sleeplessness, disordered liver and stomach trouble that had puzzled physicians, and the outcome ol which seemed hopeless. Many obstinately dyspeptic persons have gotten rid ol every distressing symptom by its invigorating help. Grave general defects of nutrition that have shown themselves in a wasted condition, weakness and loss of strength have repeatedly yielded to this remarkable remedy. The worn lace, that attests loss ol " sleep, soon loses its haggatd appears ance as tae nervous system gets nourished by Paiue's celery conn. pound; the accumulation of aches and pains vanish, the blood grows ruddy and abundant, and the mind shares in the felt all over the body. Paine's celejy compound should ta taken by every person "run down" or ccivous. well-bein- .Kwt't Tolio Spit anil hiui.le I nut llfo Anjf, To quit tobacco ecslly and forever, be magnetic, full of life, nert 0 and Igor, take tlo tcs wnnder-workrthat ruakrs wculc men strong All druggists, Mo or II. Curo guaranteed. Hoolclet and camplo free. Address Sterling IlcmcJy Co., Cblcigo or New York f'nllliik-l'ox- . Cards are out announcing the marriage of Mr. Randall T. Collins and Miss Ella Cox to take place at the Methodist Church on Tuesday evening, December 16, 1897, at 6 o'clock. The contracting parties are b"th popular young t.ccicty people of Hartfoid and have many friends who join in wishing for tbem a long and happy life. Mr Collins h a prosperous young business man ol Hertford and enjoys the confidence of the people, while For Infants and Children. 'Et,fu p lM ititt Notice to Subscribers. We have lately sent out statements to a large number of sub the btidetobe it the daughter of Capt ai.d Mis. S. K. Cox and Is a winsome young lady and is deservedly popular among her associates-Theboth move in the best society of Hartiord, and will be quite an addition to the young married society of Hartford y Persistent Coughs A coueti which sums to hang cod-liv- er on in soite of all the remedies which you have applied certainly needs energetic ana sensible treatment. frit nds will get a hus We trust our years that standFor twenty-fiv- e tic on themselves and sei'd us the ard preparation of oil, rl the couns nes from every lord, Ky; If you want plain or fancy or toed shoeing, or in f itt my kind of horse shoeing call n Twei'dell Bros Hart t' . S Photographer A D Taylor has returned Irom niwson and will be found in his gallery here in person eveiy Monday nn ' nt Heaver Dam theiM'nnce f the week All persons knowing themselves to he indebted In hip by note or account Mil please rail rttu same, d greatly obllgr, ' EMULSION cod-livr SCOTT'S 1 8t DM llni'KKK C O C V. We have asked several of our sub ecijbers to help us out this wrrk by remitting what is due nnsuhrenption ready te We trust they will miki-We nerd the ruoe rwlnR spouse is on suttcrlptlon a has proved Its effectiveness In cor. In the trying affeotlons of the throat and lungs, and this Is the oil, par- reason whyt the tlally digested, strengthens and vitalizes tne wnow sys- term the hypophosphltes act as a tonic to , CI mind and nerves, and the Olaton . glycerine soothes and heals the irritation. Can Ruford . vou think of anv combi Butlett nation so effective as this? Htfliii aua B. mrt you scribors who are in arrears.. Wo MUST Wave what you owe Hnvrin und Vickers, Heavrin. Vickers. us, and if it is not Hart Hartford 149 125 West Hutford 97 paid soon we will Beila K'3 Sulphur Springs 'place the claims in 16,. Magau 144 hands of an of126 wromwell 33 'the Cool Springs 48 5' ficer lor collection. North Rock port 73 73 booth Kockport 78 Please remit and save Select 41 I8 cost of a suit. Horse Branch 142 90 Roslne ... 185 103 the at the lable on 67 no Look East Beaver Dam West Beavei Dim 99 i your paper each week Mcflenry . no 133 160 and you will sec just Centertown I4 S n llhouse 89 g t Fordsviile '97 how much you owo '51 96 94 wt Fordsviile us and send it in Aftnavllle , 5 179 74 77 without delay. . . . . Stomach Trouble Stomach trouble ia tho common namo applied to a dorangoment of tho systum which i3 keenly felt but vaguely understood. It may mean inability to retain food or to digest may mean nausea, pain after eating, fullness, inordinato craving foF food, or entiro lack of appetite. Whatever it means, there's trouble, and it's with tho stomach. If you havo stomach trouble, you will bo interested in this lottor from a man who had it and was cured by For Teachers' County Association to Mr. Hugh Sterling Herr nnd Miss be held in Hartiord in College Hall Eleanor Holmes will be married Deon December 18, 1897 9:30 o'clock 1 cember 8, nt the bride's home, 204 Opening exercises The necessity Anthony street The wedding will for a broader Educition T. J Mor- take place nt 2 o'clock p. in. and will ton. The lady teachet as a factor-M- iss be very quiet, on account of the Annie Gregory. School libra- health of Miss Holmes' brothers. Dr. ries E, Woodward, T, Wooelward. W. E. and J. L Holmes. Rev. G. L. Reports from district Vice PresiMorrill will perform the ceremony, dent. Our school system R. C. immediately alter which the couple Jarnagin, J. E Davidson. Quirles. will leave for an eastern bridal tour. Noon. 1:30 Our Social Position Mr Herr is the youngest son of Mr. E. R. Rny. Literature in the comand Mrs. J M, Herr, and is a popular mon schools J. Henry Barnes, A P. young gentleman. Miss Holmes is Taylor. R. the only daughter of Col. and Mrs. J. Autobiography W. Carson. Modern American Anthors M, Molmes. She is possessed of all the attributes of a charming woman, H.E Brown. Recent Discoveries Upon and has unnumbered friends who wish D. E. Miller Fon Rogers, the education of our youth depends her much happiness. Mr. and Mrs. the stability of oor government C. Herr will be ut home at the residence M. Crowe. Manners as a means of of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. Herr alter Dediscipline Miss Rachel Sanderfur. cember Miss Lucy Townsend. "As is the teacher, so is the school," J. L ElnolUK l I.ebKiiou. Lebanon, Ky., Nov. 30 The Rev. more. C Igleheart, J. H. Wood, My new methods By each teacher. C R. Crowe, Presiding 'Elder of the M. E. Church, South, for this district, Miscellaneous. It is desired that ea-- one on pro- has purchased a residence in this city, gram make special pteparation on the and he and family will move liom subject assigned hitu. Every tcachs Louisville to Lebanon next January,er in the comity is requested to attend this meeting and help make it a To success. The public is iuvited to atThe Editor of Th Bloomfleld Iowa Farmer Z II Siiultz, Co. Supt. tend. Writes of tho Oood Bono by iier. h l'ri;riuii , Herr-Iloliiic- n. Benefit Others.. MEW HEART OURE. DR. MILES Mr. J II Davis visited Mr. Win, Yates Sunday. Mr Yates is in bad nr.MDiuiti.ii. health. Ever) body seems to be suflering from cold. . Elder John L Brewer, of Marlon county, has just closed a meeting at Union I e nona 911 S 2 Gioe, in which twenty-twwere dded to the church cf 1 121 i . , it. It Christ Mr. John Smiley has sold his tobacco Ht a fair price and will deliver a load to day. Mr Henry Btrtlett and fimMy will soon go to Henderson to reside. Mr. Ira Bartlett has returned from Henderson to remain with us nrotab ly, for only a short time. The Democratic candidates seem to be dielug bird their pusilatnlty is . . . 69- . . , . . . 3 Sarsaparllla " For ulna Tears I suffered from stomach trouble. I tried the aid of the best doctor of Philadelphia nd Pittsburg, and spent larts tarns of aoaer, all In vain. One day train in IlelUlrt, 0..I wall waiting picked up a paper with a nolle of Ayer a Bariaparllla. I got o bottla to try if. It did ma so nueh good that I purchased five more bottles. I took four of them nnd gained In fluh, my appetite Improved, and now I can eat anything. My stomach U all right, thanka to the uso of Ayer's U. STEViwa, Unlontown, t'a. dligustlng to every intelligent, upright, citizen in the county. IVAtf Todd. Wednesday's Owensboro Mtssengtr contained the following account of marriage of a young lady, who formerly lived here! Miss Vcida Dukeand Mr. McKellen Murty were married last r ight nt 7:30 o'clock, nt Ihe reslderce of Mr. Ji hn Mercer, Trlplett street, Rev J II. Hsyts cfTclatlng. kuoir what bis restored them to health and happiness. Mr. 0. F. Davis, publisher of ono ol tho best newspapers tn Iowa, writes from DloomUold la , Aug 18 ISM. "My desire to benefit others prompts mo to writ this. Wo havo used Dr. Miles' Itemed lea tn my family for nearly two years with most THERE! and AUG a creat many unsclflih women rctio wish others to Klu Verilu llnkfi Mnrrlral. , . 83 3i 47 5 82 4 . . ua un tit on & t SCOTT'S Emulilon. Sm Hut tin a 2 359 S int wripptr. jcx, tod 1 1.00, til drujjllU. BOWNE, Ch.mUu, SCOTT Nw Yotk. Total . Heaviiu's . n,ojnrity , 2 44 ( . . 85 I'or hH-I a tin of one hundred ell s tmtcd ti"nr Haitloid .ictis witered a good niched, tw.i hundred bearing trees, kihxI buildings and in good community. For luither par tictijars call at this office at once, tl wouldnt now do without thorn. Mywlfohad been weakly ana down nearly every summer for tbq post fifteen HKiksvsnvT9w sH years. Dr. Miles' Heart Ours Is exactly what I Its nimi lmnlletl a sure curo for a weak, nuttetlng, palpitating " Heart, anuur. are most excellent," sold by all drug. Dr. Miles' Itemedlea r gists under a positive guarnnteo, first bottla benotlta or money refunded, Hook on Heart and Nerves sent f rco to all applicants. DR. MILES MEDIOALCO., KUhart, lod. bswS-asiili sines-nerr- DrB wr Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, IJKCUMI1HR 3, 1897. AKENTUCKY MULE A Cornorackor CavallorTolls of a Wild Animals of his Natlvo A well State todo farmer of Republican proclivities was In Washington look lng for pie for the next thtee years nud a hnlf, not so much for a desert ns for a steady diet during that period and he found time now and again to talk a bit on other subjects, according to the Washington Star. One evening it was mules. "I'll be doggoned," he said, "if I havn't got a mule out home that oight to have the championship belt for kicking. Why, by ztteks. one morning I tried to make that mule haul a cartload of recks from a creek about a half mile tothe stable, nnd he just wouldn't stir a leg. All he would do when I tried to make him go forward was to move the other way and to beat Mr. mule at his own little game I took himout of the shalts and tiirncd him head on to the catt and staited him up Then he would'nt move either way, but just stood and kicked. Not a one legged kick either, but the real old think with both feet, and gee whillikens how he did launch them out into the atmosphere. "I was suie I would never get him now, ior I couldn't get near him; but all of r sudden I noticed that every time he kicked he kicked so hard that he could'nt hold onto the ground with his forefeat, so he dragged himself a foot or two, according to the ground he was on. That gave me nn idea, and I just stood by and when he showed a disposition to qult.I nagged him a little and he went to kicking again, and I'll be blamed if he didn't get that cartload of rocks to the place where I wanted it nt mighty near as soon as if he had just hauled it theie iu the first place and made no fuss about it." One or two men coughed a short cough; but when the Kentuckian looked around they seemed to have recovered from their pulmonary attack. "Isn't that scar on your forehead where he kicked you?" inquired one them. " Not exactly." "I understood some one to say so," said the party with a cough. 'Sotneboby's mistaken that's all. How it happened one day I was coming into the iront gate and the mule was about zoo yards away up at the other end ot the yard in front of the house. My hound made a break (or him, and as the mule whirled to run away, he let one leg fly at the dog, and the force of the kick, missed the dog, was such that the shoe flew off, and whizzing through the air, it took me a slip over the eye as I stood at the gate watching the two animals, and came mighty near settling my earthly accounts rightthen and there. You sec a mule's shoe is hardly as light as a lady's slipper, and when it is whirled 100 yards through the air it is just the kind of a thing you ought to stand aside for and let it have just as much room as it wants." Mr. R. B. Greeve, merchant, of Chilihowie, Va., certifies that he had consumption, was given up to die, sought nil medical treatment that money could procure, tried all cough remedies he could hear of, but got no relief, spent many nights sitting up in n chair; was induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery, and was cuted by use of two bottles. For past three years has been attending to business and says Dr. King's New Discovery is the grandest remedy ever made, as it has done so much tor him and also for others in his coummunity Dr. King's New Discovery is guaranteed for Coughs, Colds and Couisumption It don't fail Trial bottles free at J. II. Williams Drug Store. a soul under the severe tension of labor crying in anguish, "my little children of whom I travail in birth till Christ be formed in you the hope of glory," with an intense deMre to "see the travail of his soul," without which he cannot be satisfied. His sermons nbound with periods of lofty thought nnd burning eloquence. Iu his theological views Dr. Coleman is a Calvinlst, and in this regard as on nil subjects he is earnest in his convictions, but he has not that Stoical indifference and resignn-tlon'the followers of Zona to n blind fatality as a result of necessity. He has the sublime faith of Abraham in the promises of God, nnd although he has passed ''three score and ten," yet lie preaches with the fiery zeal of youth, and, like Christmas Evans, "never without blood in the basin." Such preachers and faith must prevail, and already the people are thinking and feeling. They are drawn to him as Sir James Mackintosh was to Robert Hall, "because he could not help of it." It is to be hoped that Dr.Coleumn's labors here will lesult favoiably in the religious welf ire ot the whole community nnd in material help for the completion of the beautiful brick church under process of building by the Baptists, which will be an ornament and a benefit to our town. Green River Republican. . l'riiKrniiiiue Of Teacher's Reading Circle of the Hartford Magisterial District to bs held at Hartford, Saturday, Dec. n, Exercises to begin promptly 1S97. nt nine o'clock. Chapters XII , XIV., XV. Roark's Psychology. W. A. Acquisition. (1) Perception (2) Perception, (a) Kinds R. Khoads. of concepts and how formed H. E. Brown, (b) Apperception H. E. (c) Definition, What is it Taylor. and its main features J, Henry Barnes, (d) Outlining, Value to the teacher and methods A. P. Taylor (3) Cultivation of acquisitive faculties, (a) By Nature study W. R. Carson, (b) By object teaching J. D. Stewert. (c) By regular Branches Ernest Woodward. (1) Reasoning, B. Assimilation. T. Ham Barnes, (b) (a) Deduction Induction. (1) Definition and value C. D. Chick. (2) Compare with Deduction C. K. Carson. (3) Hasty (c) Generalization J. B. Taylor. Cultivating power of reading E. R. Ray. Each teacher is to prepare a written statement of ten thoughts obtained from Ruskin's "King's Treasures." J. Ham Barnhs, ) V Com. W. R. Riioads, J II. E. Brown, " CollllillilH Ciilfiiiliir lor ISDN. An exceedingly acceptable and aseful memorandum pad, which has come to be a necessity in thous ands of offices and homes. For the thirteenth year the Colum- bia pad Calendar makes its appearance promptly on time for 189S, and while its general style is of the same familiar character, the many bright thoughts it contains, contributed by its friends in many parts of the country, as well as abroad, are new, and will be appreciated by all who take an interest in bicycling, healthful exercise nnd good roads. yer fcr contestin' nn' swearln' tha'U General Directory. never vote fcr yei ngln fer nothln. Jlntlemcn this is treason an' the STATU Ot'FICIAI.8 fashI'llli. darn trators ought ter go over ter the When you tako HooU'sllli,h!cliTin. 1Ijj, M nil to Governor William 0. Bindley. tiar Jim ioned, Lieut, Governor W. J. Worth Republicans wlmr tha belong; sum ol pieces, nro not In It w Itu lluoifs. i:my to tako ington, 'cm air swearln' that yer necdn t Chnrles Finley. SecrotaryofStnto never cum out fcr offis nny more, jist Attorney General W. S. Taylor. like yer n gang o' school boys an', Auditor Bnmuel II. Stone, didn't no that as goo 1 tha do. Treasurer Geo. W. Long. and easy to oHTiite, Is truo When it cuius to Bryan Dlmmycrats ot Commissioner ot Agriculture, HorHood's rills, which nro I1 a burlessln' yer fcr contestin', rite be up to date In every respect nnd Statistics Lucas ticulture fore Republicans nn' h ivin' them a Safe, certain ami sure. All Moore. druggists. 8!. 0. 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. Siiparintciuleiit Public Instruction gee gawin over it, it makes my blood The- only Tills to tako with Hood's B.irssparllta. Geo. M. DavUon. like a te pot nt breaths time, I call Register Laud Ofllco Chas. O. 'em duru pore Dimmycrats.. Souse Reynold. v Orenl Mutlc siller. my irrevaciis, jlntlemcn, but when n Send us the names nnd addresses of Insuranco Bureau Commissioiicr-- D, Ditumycrat cant be elected Mngistrit three or more performerson the piano W. Comiiigore. in Buford Deestrlt swearln' becums or organ together with ten cents in Adji.tnnt General U. R. Collier. respectable. State Librarian Mrs. Mary Drown silver or postage and we will mall Jentlcmen I'm a Ditumycrat who you ten pieces full sheet music, con- Day. ItAlUWAt) COMMISSIONERS. bleves that the lust principal of the sisting of popular songs, waltzes, Dimmycrat party is gittin' offis, if marches, etc., arranged for the piano Juo C. Wood, clinirinnn; J. F. Dcmpsey, II, S. Irwin. Secretary-Sam- uel yer cant git elected bring suit fer it Address: atd orgnn. F, Drown. an' ns sich I say go on with yer con Popular Music Pun Co , CONOUKSSIONAt,. test, uur tunr is one argement tlics e 8t Indiannpolly, Ind. Senators Hon. William C. Lindtraiters make that is humiliatin' ev- 15 say, Hon. W. J. Dcboc. en ter nn oflls seekin' Dimmycrat nu' rRCnt Sjo.oo IN OOLD. j that is that the Republicans- - beat us V fl 1 1 11 (V lllc cle.Oold Watch, Ulamon In. Representative Fourth District King, or a Scholarship Hon. D. II. Smith. at our own tricks nn' that we orter Drauxlioti'a Practical Umiucw t College, NashUUe, Tenn.,or ' STATE I.KUISI.ATUIlK. not kick nn' plead the baby act Tha Texarkana, Tex., or a echolreputable business col Senator Hon. A, D. James. 8iy that our contestin a confesshun arshtpln most any other the V. 8. can be secured lege or literary school In Ohio Couuty Hon. Youths' little work at tint the Republicans is sharper than by doinga an Illustrated home for Hie journal. C. Representative. Advocate, M. Burnett. we air an' that is shamefully humilIt is elevating In character, moral In toue, and especially Interesting nnd profitable to oiiiig j iatin' ter an offls seekin' Dimmycrat. people, but rend ith Interest nnd profit by peo- OHIO COUNTY. ages. Storie nnd other Interesting pie of But we're wanting oflis, so go on muter all inustrairu. sample conies sent iree. CIRCUIT count. well Agents wanted. Address Youths' Advocate Iub with yer contest IIou. W. T. Owen, Judgo Owens-b- o Yours, Mention this paper I Tcnu. Cu., ro. Oi'i'is Sbekin Dimmycrat. Hon. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE Oivensboro. ttttu- j) - li e T. II. Black, Jnilcr -- Hartford. triry G. D. Likens, Clerk Hartford. vrt;;t Lung Troubles and Consumption can B. D. Ringo, Master Commissioner be cured. Hnrttord. Ives Wiintctl III Iilnlin. G. D Likens, Trustee Jury Fuml Young women nre still scarce in An Eminent New York Chemist and Hurtfnnl. Idaho, and bacheolors who desire to Scientist Makes a Pree Offer Cal. P. Keown, Sheriff-Hartf- ord. change their conditionsof single blesto our Readers. Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford sedness are plenty, As a result of Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. this condition of affairs School Boards The distinguished New York Chem- Bishop, Centcrtowu; S. T. Stevens, in that state have difficulty in securist, T. A, Slocum, demonstrating his Cromwell. ing teachers to conduct their schools, discovery of a reliable and absolute Court convenes first Monday in cure for Consumption (Pulmonary March nud August and coutinuesthrce Few men are engaged in the occupation of teaching, as they can usually Tuhercu1osis)and all bronchial, throat, weeks, ami third Monday in MHy and lung and chest diseases, stubborn find more lucrative employment. So coughs, catarrhal affections, general November two weeks. county couut. young women are imported from the decline and weakness, loss of flesh, John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. and as soon as they begin their and conditions of wasting away, will East, D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. (all work the bachelors begin playing send THREE PREE BOTTLES any E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. diflerent) of his New Discovery to court to them. With a dozen men afflicted reader of Tins Rist'UnuCAN Court convenes first Monday in fluttering around her, small wonder writing for them. each month. His "New Scientific Treatment" that the schoolma'am resigns and QUARrErtLY COUUT. has cured thousands permanently by Begins on the third Monday in marries one of her suiters. considers it a January, April, July nud October. its timely use, and There are about ten unmarried men simple professional he duty to sutfering COURT OF CLAIMS. to one unmarried ivomen iu Idaho. humanity to donate a trial ol his inConvenes first Monday in January, Dr. Win. C. Whitwell, a druggist fallible cure. ami Tuesday nfter the secDiid Monday Science daily develops new wonand the Mayor of Salmon City. Idaho, iu October patientgives the following Incident as a sam- ders, and this great chemist, OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. ly experimenting for years, hns proG. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur ple of the way schoolma'am are wooed duced results as beneficial to humaniand won in Idaho: ty as can be claimed by any modern Springs. N. C Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. "A charming young lady, Miss genius His assertion that lung troubZ. H. Shultz, School Supt. Hartford. les and consumption are curable in Busch, came from Iowa to teach iu any climate is ptoven by "heartfelt the public school in Givenslle," he letters of gratitude,"filed inhisAmer L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur says, "but before she was there three ican and European laboratories iu Springs. months she wa3 engaged to a promi- thousands from those cured in all Poorhouse C. R. Campbell, Keeper, Hartford. nent man of the town, and nt the parts ol the world. Medical axperts concede that bronCOURTS. JUSTICES close of the term they were married. chial, chest and lung troubles lead to A. S. Auli. March 3, June 1, SepHer sister came to teach the next Consumption, which, uninterrupted, tember 1, December 1. school year. When the term was half means speedy and ceartain death. JontB. Wilson March G, Juno 5, Simply write to T. A. Slocum, M. over this sister resigned and married, C , 98 Pine street, New York, giving September 4. December J. and sent for another unmarried sister 12, C. L. WooiiWAni) March postoffice and express address, and to take her place as teacher. The the free medicine will be promptly June 11, September 10, December 10. Jas. A. Bowmo March 20, June third Miss Busch taught in the school sent. Sufferers should instant advan10, September 18, December 18. th latter half of the term, but three tage of his generous proposition. B. F. Graves March 25, Juno Please tell the Doctor that you saw days after the terra closed she was his offer in the RiU'Ubmcan. 20, September 23, Dt cember, 24. married to a business man of the town." 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