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PRnFF.SSHKAl (JAM) pmm jt HAHTtttHII.lt) . aW ant t. danger attend- most critical period of her life. mother should be a source of joy to all, but the upon the Becoming a VOL. X. HIS LONG TRAMP. IXARTlOItl), KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1897. ' No. 21. Will practice hisprolestiLL iu Ohio and adjoining cuuuties, ant! court oi Appeals. Uppclal nttentiou given f collections. Oilice east side ui pur Vi square. M. L. Heavkin. HEAVRIN Siij-ui- not impeach the intejjilty of public) officers, fur any one nt nil familiar with official routine knows that Gov its anticipation one of misery. A Lottor Carrlor Who Has ernmental Inertia is quite as hard to overcome ns tint of luiterltl things, FRIEND Walkod Ovor 210,000 and ' a decision" once made, however Mllos. is the remedy which relieves hastily, or whatever now facts may be women of the great pain and sufbrought to bear which should modify fering incident to maternity; this Have you ever .topped to think it, tends tonsseit and reassert itself hour which is dreaded as woman's how mnny miles a Utter carrier walks with added rather than diminished severest trial is not only made force. painless, but all the danger is re- In n ear, or how many thousands of The present rdminlstration is pemiles some of the veterans In the sermoved by its use. Those who use culiarly a ''business" ojpe, and in its this remedy are no longer de- vice have traveled? If you haven't spondent or gloomy; nervousness you will probably be aruazjd at the simple directness seems to be less i in pressed by mere precedent than by nausea and other distressing con- - jures. ? li4 nets umuiia aa uvuiucu, iL system is .The oldest letter rrrripr In no i tit of the needs of the hour for accuracy. tub niini.ln.l uiu ..... made ready for the coming event, ' MrvIce n the United States, and J ((HI CoiikIiIiiic and the serious accidents so com probably the oldest In the world, is is easv enough, if you take Dr. Bell's mon to the critical hour are It cuts jthe mucus old, Pine Tnr Honey. obviated by the use or Mother's Charles A. Tyler. He Is 74 years the infltmation so and he has been carrying letters lor and allays inclination to cough. that Friend. It is a Mcssitlg to woman. It there is no 5a years. He hasj.ir the past 15 sooths tie bronchlals.and is strength1.00 FEB DOTTLE at all Dnir 8tore, years or so been carrying the mail ening to the throat and lungs. All or lent by mall on receipt of price. goixi druggists sell it. Containing Inraluable Information u( three times a day lrora the substatiou BOOKS Interest to all women, will be CDcr In Bteimiry, met to any adilreu, upon application,tent In the Produce Exchange building to bj Huntingburgh,r Ind., Dec. 5 '97. Tat BBlDriKLD EIGUUTOB CO., llliiU. Oa. Governor's Island.. Mr. Tyler says that when he began In toying memory of little Rhoda, inWho fan thlntr as a otrrler he traveled 20 miles a day fant daughter.of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wanted-- An almple Idea of him patent? for sixdays a week. Allowing two Allen, who departed this life Nov. tnUf lo 27, Protect your la.ey th. may bring roil w.altb, Wrll. JOHN WIDDEHUURM A CO- - Patent Allor week's vacation every year, there 1897. o.yi. w.ihlotlcB, I. cor lh.tr 1.8u price offer 1UI oi two Imoilred InTenllone outol anil would be 50 working weeks In which Dear parents think nut of your babe, Mr. Tyler traveled 6,000 miles. He As in a cold and silent tomb; -- L probably exceeded that record, for For though she is paited irom you here, when Mr. Tyler was appointed car- She has just gone over home. riers didn's get many vacations. Six thousand miles a year would But witb an eye of faith look up, In a Savior's smiling lace; have taken Mr. Tyler to San Francis- Behold your darling ever blest, II co and nearly back again. And he In a Savior's fond embrace. BdnrataTonr llowele With Caa.rete. kept this up for fully 35 years, and Candy Cathartic, cure constipation former. Your little one to lOc.Me. If 0.0.0 (all, druraUta refund money during that time, in round numbers, On earth such so deartimeall, given, short he walked 210,000 miles. If he had Has oaly closed its eyes in sleep started to walk around the earth at To open them in heaven. the equator, were such a thing possi- There's one sweet consoling thought, ble, he would have gone around eight Sweet Rhoda's free from pain, times, and had some miles to spare While we deeply feel our loss Iti her eternal gain. then. Is difficult to get a fair average of For she has crossed the Jotdon It the number of letters delivered dally, stream. but 100 a day would probably be low. To canons land so fair. we know the little one is safe A hundred a day, 600 a week, 30,000 And For there is uo sickness there. In 50 week, 1,560,000 iu 52 years. But all is bright and beautitul, N. Y. World. With peace and health and love The fouling Moinnll Shethas only left her home below aWeHHeinW VHaW who goes to the club while her hus- To gain one up above. band tends the baby,, as well as the Sleep on swett babeand take thy rest, wornau who looks While your face we cannot see, good aaK aSBnmeWS .111 tlH after her home, will both at times get For jou cannot return to us, tun down in health. Thy will be But we will come to thee. troubled with foss of appetite, head- So then our darling Rhoda aches, sleeplessness, filming or dizzy Good by until we come. spells. The most wouderful remedy And oh what a g!oriou3 happy time When we all meet at home. for the women Is Electric Bitters. Sadie. Thousands of sufferers from Lame The people of Kansas hive evident Dack and Weak Kidneys rise up and call it blessed. It is the medicine lor ly seen the fallacy of the political arwomen. Female complaints and guments upon which they have been Nervous troubles of all kinds ate soon fed during the past lew years, and as IS JUST A8 COOD FOR ADULTO. WARRANTED. PRICE 50 cts. relieved by the use 01 Electric Bitters. a result have placed the state again ur.ATU, Ills., Not. 19. UN. Delicate women bhold keep this rem- in the Republican column, giving Pari. Uealelne Co., Hi. IouL, Mo. Uentl.mem W .old lu rear, CO bottle, ot edy on hand to build up the system. that party n majority this year of OIUJVET) TA3TEI.KKS CI1I1.I, TONIC aikl hare bought three aro. already thu year. In all o.r exOnly 50c per bottle. For sale by over 9,000 votes against a Democratic perience of It rear.. In the drug bare majority of 13,000 last year. never auM an article that gafe men unlTertel J. H. WillUms suffering and danger of the ordeal make MOTHER'S and organized ns it has been proven a ftllure, what would inspire hope of the success ol any other? The proposed policy to which I refer is simply one section Immediate and vigorous action the exact oppo site to Senator Butler's and the fus ion policy of delay. publican PopulUts of the West would support Bryan, or anyone who. dodges every great issus and dare not speak out on any but the narrow one of free sllvei? Scrofula It a deep-seate- d Attorneys HARTl-OR- I Tavlok. rATLOfl, &i KY Law J i merchant's ofMGWm irafS25 .lMVBNr GROVE i-- CHILL TDNI a jour Tonic. Vourt Irulr. TASTELESS a An.iir.CiHB a Co. For sale by J H. WlllUniR . CUItrcWniW .nWUBOWTtrft CUIUS SMS r.iwj nsimv uokjsnmie W'tMaWefl - in situs wk HM3MMD yfj.."'7 jmtu- aun& -- IWlllSS ram lit ua WluTi .tot rawed ecawwvna unHiuitro. A Nnre Wny To Hill Itnlm. Rats, mice, squirrels, ets may be exterminated absolutely ln a lew hours. The writer learned the following many years ago; has had his employees use it constantly, in nil kinds of places, under all conditions, at all seasons of the years, and with never-fallin- g I toU&)0$fa$(m "Lli-mr- ? Sludy the A. Manual cf iPkonefrapky, by Uenn ll'itman and Jerome U. I Howard. A perfect Over ko.oco told. For ule by VL To all booksellers, or we will it, by mall, post-paithe PkonorraPkic a iiBM.aa'i it. and the Fkono . graphic Copy Book, for Jt.as. y THE DENN PITMAN SYSTEM J "hai for 43 yean been the standard. Called J by the U. S. Bureau of Education " 751 Amtv iiian Sfilim." First prize. World's Fair. Full i vfnlprrnition and complete catalog free. : tTllBPHONOORAl'HIC INSTITUTE CO.. CINCINNATI, OHIO. ira!ro Write eShorthaxdi: ." success: oatmeal ns Mix with uncooked much plaster ot Paris as will adhere; be sure each Is perfectly dry. Put this mixture in old saucets all over the house, bams, buildings and (arms merelv beine sure to have them out ot the way of domestic annimals and poultry. Within a few hours every rat will have a etomach full of cement and inflnmatlon, and will leave the premises for water and die No mis chievous rodents can live on the place lie or not to lie." forty-eigh- t hours, so long as the sauThe policy recommended by the cers are kept filled, and generally once in the fall and again in the spring Organization Committee at its meetCounty Gentle- ing at St. Louis last week embodies if oUen enough. the only hope of the People's party man, New Melhiiila lit Itevvimo Collection. An inconspicuous, but not the less lr. nl Chnrgo to NnnVrem. Cut this out and take it to your druggist and get a sample bottle free of Dr- King's New Discovery, for Consumption. Coughs and Colds. They do not ask you to buy before trying. This will show you the gtetit meiitsof this truly woudeitul reme dy, nnd show you what can be accom pllshed by the regular size bt.ttle. This is no experiment, and would be disastrous to the proprietors did they not know it would invariably cure. Many ot the best physicians are now using it in their practice with great results, and are relying on it in most cases. It is guaranteed. severe Trial bottles free at J. H. Williams Drug Store." Regular size ,50 cents and $1.00. tvrH 11 AflH vin . tv Rfc(IH AKflAHLiEr aflhWWf! I riHwW mm of sin W.m . A. 1 A Book for Young and Old. OUR RECORD WE CURE NERVOUS Esti 187S 250,000 DISEASED BLOOD PRIVATE DISEASES MEN Important and direct, means of increasing the revenue is seen in the re form methods ol assessing and collecting the customs duties at the port of New York. Not a lew articles have been, and more will be, transferred Irom the free list to the dutiable lHt by carelul re examination of old methods ol classifications which have stood unchallenged for many years That errors have been made dot s lor future greatness. It is eaid that "1c rtune knocks at every man's door" at some time in his history; aud it is s with political parties. is a tide in the affairs of meu, Which, taken at its flood, letds on to fortune Neglected, all the voyage ol thelrlives Is bound in shallows and fa miseries, ' The People's party Is now facing its glorious opportunity. If it rejects it, there is no future for it; aud I see it, none for reform in this nation, for if this piny based qti flUch'a platform oiinnttt-1-- r ! In short, the People's party must demonstrate to the discontented millions who have lost fath in the old parties that it. tis bold enough and competent to lead and win. The great majority of the voters confidently believe that the People's party will be sidttracked in 19)0 as In 1896 nnd make a tall to Bryan's little spangled kite. As long as they believe this they will not ally themselves withus. Indeed, why should thej? What would it profit a disgusted Democrat to leave the party which has become obnoxious to him because of its perfidy, and join another that is to the three-ring(imply a circus cffipud and deception which he has just ltft? He might as well stay under the big tent among the animals. It is folly to expect the disgusted t'otiKlia mid Colds Republicans, who have learned to In themselves are not seriout mala hate the Democracy for Its evil ways, dies. The most t rival cough or cold to leave their corrupt party and join If neglected, may lead to asthma, bronchitis or consumption. The us, it we are to be a footmat for Demright time to treat a cough or cold is ocratic ballot box stutTers to I wipe right away. Delay means danger. their feet upon. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey is a quick cure, a sure cure, and a safe cure. It is only when the people are assured that we will be an independent Martin Thorn and Mrs. Nack were party in 1900, with our own candi a precious pairof lovers in New York. dates, that they will look upon us A man named Guldensuppe was In once mote with lavor, and enlist unthe way, and was killed in a b.ith tub der our banner. and his body cut to pieces and disThere is but one way to assure posed ot in various places. The wothem ol this and that is to nominate man accused the man of being the our ticket and put it into the field. principal in the awful murder, conThen the people see that we mean fessing that she had knowledge of business, and that we are actually a what was going on and rendered some p illtical paity, and no: a ban 1 of poassistance in disposing of the remains. litical Hessians. The man accused the woman of being Louis policy wete Suppose the St. the principal murderer, accepting the carried out, and the People's party position ot accessory hlmselt. Thorn next April, has been were to nominate a ticket convicted and it will hardly a strong mrn for President and one be possible to save him from the Vice President, equally stiong lor death chair. Mrs Nack may get 6ff Wnat would be the result? with a lighter punishment. It is inOne or two things would happen, timated, with a good deal of show oi nnd in either case the situation would reason, that the accused man and wobe vastly improved. man made counter confessions and acCither the Democratic party would cusations for the pursose of befogging whole Omaha be driven to accept the the jury and securing immunity for platform to hold the West in line, or both The central fact, amply deterits mined, is it would be compelled to abandon that Thorn and Mrs. Nack "reform" pretenses, and let New are two as horrible wretches as were York and Tammany make the plat- ever brought to the bar of justice. form and name the candidate. If it should do the first, It might ,,h a sma,. fo,,ow mt ing oi the true middle e roaders; but it would be larger and more reFor Infants and Children. spectable than auy national fusion deal could make it. Tbhr- be tlslli I TOT If the Democratic party should ca- etfutori m ter to Tammany, seeing that its hold was broken in the West and as I believe it would, the vlctoiy would be ONE OF TWO WAYS. ours, and the millions who honestly believe iu reform and creduously hope The bladder was created for one to get It through the Democratic party, would have their eyes opened, and purpose, namely, a receptacle lor the uriuc, and as such it is not liable to would desert that party and align any form of disease except by one of themselves with our movement. two ways. The first way is from im The one object of the Democratic perfect nction of the. kidneys. The party is to get iuto power and get second way is irom careless local treatment of other diseases. the offices. That is why it adopted CI11EP CAUSE. free bitver in Kentucky and nominatUnhealthy urine from unhealthy kidneys is the chief cause of bladder ed a gold man 011 a compromise troubles. So the womb, like the In New York. bladder, was created for one purpose, To win in 1900' it must carry the and if not doctored too much is not solid Sonthwest, withbut losing a liable to weakness or disease, except iu rare cases It is situated back of state, or must carry New York. and very close to the bladder, theie-for- e To carry the Northwest It must car- any pain, disease or inconvenry the Populist vote solidly. Tut t ience manifested in the kidneys, back, vote is principally composed oi men bladder or urinary passage is oiten, who left the Republican party, who by mistake, attributed to female weakness of womb trouble ol some distrust and despise the Democracy. sort The error is easily made and Suppose the People's party should may be as easily avoided. To find nominate a man who Is now a thor- out cortectly, set your urine aside for ough Populist, but who has until a twenty four hours; a sediment or settling indicates kidney or bladder few years since, been a recognized trouble The mild and the extraorelleader of the reform and aggressive dinary effect ol Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, ement ot the Republican party? a and the great kidney, and bladman who is not so cowardly as to der remedy is soon realized. If you medicine you should have dodfe public questions, but who need a At drucglsts fifty cents the aud """.best. stands squarely on the great Issues of j one dollftr, You may have a sample i.auu, transportation anu bottle and pamphlet, botu sent tree by Direct Legislation, advanced by the ntal!. Mentiou the Hartford Rr puulican and send jour address to People's party. Dr. Kilmr & Co., Dlnghamton, N. Do you think that with this kind V The proprietors ol this paper ol a man in the field, n man of brains guarantee the genuineness of this of. and sfncereltv of purpose, the ex Re ier. side-show ed 1 blood disease which all the mineral mixtures in the world cannot cure. S.S.S. (guaranteed purely vegetable ) Is a real blood remedy for blood diseases and has no equal. Mrs. Y.T. Duck, of Delaney, Ark., had Scrofula for twenty-fiv- e years and most of the time was under the cars of the doctors who could not relieve her. A specialist said he could cure .her, but he filled her with arsenic and potash which almost mined her constitution. She then took nearly blood every medicine and drank them by the wholesale, reacu mtttZtairy Dut tney uiu not Some her trouble. VZm.'&'Ji y nil. aftvlenl lli.rrtnr VS. I' ' -- i. B C O ....1 soon found that she had a real blood remedy at last. She says: "After taking one dozen bottles of S.S.S. I am perfectly well, my skin is clear and healthy and I would not be in my former condition for two thousand fusion dollars. Instead of drying uptbepolson Tell it to the multitude that Kens iu my system, like the potash and tnckians will no longer tolerate cow arsenic, S.S.S. drove the disease out through the ardice or compromise with dishonor. nently rid of skin, and I was permaIt." Free Republic. The inauguration of the palicy proposed at St. Louis meaps the death of the Bryan Democracy and the phenomenal growth of Populism. It means that the Democoatlc party will b? driven back to its wallow, wherclt looks now with longing eyes, and the sincere reformers in that party will be forced to abandon It. It means a union of nil reform forces (not pollclcal bunko steerers) In one grand army It means victory! Shall we carry out this policy and save this nation, or shall we continue the policy ot delay ond let the reform movement die ol Inertia? Through the action of their State Committee taken yesterday the Populists oi Kentucky say that they are done with the policy of delay and Attorney at Law BEAVKh Perry Westerfield, Dam, Ky Attorney at Law, liAiiTKOltll, KY. Will practice his profession in all (he courts oi Ohio aud adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Oilice, iu Commercial Hotel. ft. U. WEDDING "" .. Will practico his profession in all th courls of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Oflice over Ohio County Bank. Also Notarj Public. Attorney at Law, HAKTFOilD, KY. DE3. DE. Attorney at jC&w, Will practice his profession iu the Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn ties. Special attention given to sol lections. Oilice in Courthouse. (tbnnly Attorney) aXTEiLX- rKY. HARTFORD, S.S.S. never fails to cure Scrofula, Eczema, Rheumatism Contagious Blood Poison, or any disorder of the blood. Do uot rely upon a simple tonic to cure d a blood disease, but take a real blood remedy. uur Dooica free upon nppli-- i cation. Swift Specific Co., bl-f- c Atlanta, Ga. deep-seate- A Real Blood Remedy, d attention given to making abstracts, &c. also Notary Public for Ohio County. Offipp North aidp of publicsquare. Attorney ai lav? MAHiiUluJ, KY. JNO. B. wiLsmvr. SPECIAL -- .e cf-th- CASTORIA Protection unit "I.ncu.' H. H. LEESnVTTVlTT?TYTATU e Many afthe papers have J. T been doing a lot of talking about the &T great "luck" of the McKinley admin-- 1 Hartford, Ky. istration in "coming into power just Will practice his profession in all Hie at the time when prosperity was re- - Courls of Ohio and adjoining counties turning to the country." They have Collections carefully and promptly got the cart before the horse. ! 5?nied t0, 0ffice witn T J Smith Co- - Market Street. mm This U whntlt tn r, who put foreign interests before 3.B. VICKEBS, American interests. They get accustomed to seeing things twisted. HlIRTFORD, KY., The facts are, better expressed by saying that prosperity began to re- Will practico his profession in Ohio Special atturn to the county just as soon as the andadjoining counties. tention given to all business entrusted McKinley administration came into to his Office in Republican care. power, or, rather, just as soon as it building. was known that Major McKinley was elected aad that Protection was to be ABMISTEAD JONES, given in the near future to American industries. It is a little trick which HARTFORD, KY.. prosperity has to come back to the Will practice in all tho Courts of Ohio country just as soon as Protection res aud adjoining counties. Special at places We have seen it tentiou given to collections. Oilice do it more than once in the history of with County Attorney. the country. I'o Care Constipation I'oreTer. In applying the terms "luck" to ..T5115 Cascareti Candv Cathartic. 10a orSJo. what has happened the Ilftuu (all 10 cure, druggists return! tnocer. are following in the steps of those F. H. HEAVRIN & CO., Proi-'- s shiftless, imprudent, neighbors oi the prudent, industrious ) G, S. HALEY. man of sound judgment, who en-- , rin-ic- ,, viously attribute the rewards of his P. H. HEAVRIN, j industry good judgment to his -- NEW"luck." Our present prosperity is due to no luck, but to the sound Ameiican policy of giving Protection to American iodustris, of securing the home market to American pro701 to 715 w. Mirkot 3t. ducers and of providing work for LOUISVILLE, KY. American workmen at American Free-Trad- HOrney iaW ly n.ti Attorney at Law, Attorney at Law Free-Trad- Free-Trade- rs short-sighte- d PHOENIX HOTEL, wages. plat-tori- j The is no more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other put together, and until the last few years was supposed to he in curable, ror a great many years doctors pronounced it a local disease, and prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable, Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease, and therefore re quires constitutional tleatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured by F. J, Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market. It Is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts dijectly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They oiler one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send lor circulars Address, and testimonial. F. J. CHENEY &. CO., Toledo, 0. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Rates $ .00 per day. Reduction by tho tho. wook 1 Street cars from all depols pass the tloor. In center of wholesale and to-- i 11 ly bacco trade. 9 AUSTIN F. HOTEL Bo 0. AUSTIN, M'g'r., 531 Louisville, Ky. f R. west Market Street twoon 5th and 6th, Clerks: h. BAKER AND 1 T. O. BAKER. TIMK TAII1.H I. '. H. II. UKAYKll IIAM KY. Taking eflect Nov. 28, '97. NORTH BOUND. Express Local Freight Accommodation U.isl Mail SOUTH 110UND. 4:51 a m 12:55 8:38 a.m. 7:26 p.m. nhtt - O.A.IS'X'OXIXA. Sl(Utar CURED IHHUimii - ......,........-- . ,. .....-.-.-..- ., 250,000 YOUNG MAN CURED (? the faaclnatlng allurements of thU evil habit? Wlicn too Into to avoid the reaulta, were your eyea ocned to our peril r Lid you later on in I di.eo.oT Were you cured 1 - Doyounow and then sea aouio alarming- symptoms? Ilaro you marry lajaurvnnnitm' dltlmi? Vou know. "LIKE FAT1IEU, 1.1KII HON." If tnarrleJ.aro you constantly Hi Inir In ilrea J? is marriage a rallurawiliiYouonacoounioranyifca earl 1iei caual t you abuio or later been nriiffeil null Hate raercurrt IhU booklet will oint out ,10 you the remit of thoie orlmea ami imlnt out hmrour NUW MK1IIOU TUBA ft MKN'P will nnflltttelr cure vou. uownhbw thouaanua have been tared b our new xiiiiATMr.MT. it rro.'ei twtv w tlllAHANTKU , .. . ... ..- UABB UH 'ill I'UIlt, ...--.. BU ANY CUltA We treat and UUCOOUr.h', HYl'HILIH. U,KHI' DUAIW. UNNAlllUAlDIH. anj uLAUUEll uea. IT whon iiruorant of the terrible crime you Hero cummminr. jjiu you oniy ronimer PLEASE TRY Express 10 24 p m. The it:34 a m Uain will not stop Hereafter the silver coins of Chill for passerum tor prints not bejoud will be maintained at a fixtd value, Central City. without reference to the flunctuations I Henderson route Louisville, Hender-- i in the price of the metal of which son and St Louis Railway Company case in all Time Catd tilective May 30, 1897, they are made, as is the nnriNii countries baying the Untitled coinage No. 42 44 i of silver with a gold standard value. This is the the first result ot their Lv. St Lou's 6:50am 7:56am 8:55pm 2:20pm 2:45am Evansville steps. iu the direction ol the adoption Henderson 7:15am 2:46pm 3:10am ol the gold standard. Spottsville 7:38am 3:07pm 2:28am I I &&k lit fir Fast Mali Accommodation Local Frtight ... 10:24 a ru. . , 11:00 a.m. 2:45 P ru. rast m m IGTIIIIK. SK- LllUEa. KIUNUY CURES GUARANTEED CANDY CATHARTIC JOc 25c. J!iV "The Watei Of Bin" rent free ny "n tamn. CON8IILTATIO .7 .10 ran, "u. rill K. IfunaULAWKit..forwn iur 110MK QIIKHTION TUKATMENT. nln.ln Kennedys Dia. Kergan I'M-m- ALL DRUGGISTS. eS. h t 122 W. FOURTH STREET, OIHOINNATI, O. 50c ULXJU The bluff ot the foreign nations Hawesvllle 9:17am 4:4npm 4 50am Cloverpoit 9:45am 5:03pm 5:10am ajalnst our new tailfl did not work. Irvington 10:45am 6:03pm 5:571m The 18 foreign natious whose repre-- . 12 35pm 7,45pui 7:30am made protest against cer- ArLouisville seutatives WEST HOUND tain features of the Oiugley bill durNo. 41 43 45 ing Us consideration by congress, Lv Louisville 7:30am 4:50pm 8:23pm Drandenbutg 8:51am 6x9pm 9:30am have purchased from us 25 per 'cent, Irvlngton 9:15am 6:43pm 9:52am more since the enactment ol the Dln Stephenport 9:51am '7:20pm 10:21am gley law than in the corresponding Cloverport 10:11am 7:39pm 10:26pm months pf last year, while there has Uawesville 10:35am 8:04pm 10:58pm Owensboro 1 1:35ml 9'ospm 11:48pm been a reduction of 2.5 per cent. In Spottsville 12:17pm 9:47pm 12:23pm these countilea our importations irom Henderson 12:40 10.10pm 12:45pm in rhe meantime. Evansville 1:15pm 10:40pm 2:45pm 7.20pm Ar St Louis 7:32pm All trains run lurougu souu 10 Evansville. Through Parlor Cars Courier-Journ- al and Pullman Sleepers on all trains between St. Louis, Evansville anJ Louisville. No. 41 and 42 connects at Irvington for Fordsvllle and IUr-- 1 ellaAarf daily evyft SMBly, Qwensboro 8:18am 3:448m 4:00am Republican Tho and the for one year for $L50. rfp jjrjfcjiOWppicii '??.'rtTM.Tat,fi,itwj.mim durHartford Republican. ingMisfLkrot will be lit demandbo no will tho nnd C!SS2!S2!!2C earttarv alu" rvstj. --wrrvi-rt. manr a.?... T7ajiiaMiMtyyfle,iaMH4ijivjm-.ts- e department as word contests, and tho YOU WILL FIND THE BIOCIEST STOCK OF' endless chain business. holidays, there FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1897. lack of pretty girls to stand under it. Somothing should bo dono to reIn tho Stomach Caused Great lieve uUoring humanity from this an Offlco on Fox Stroot. Suffering-W- as Confined to ths The Louisville Commercial uudor uoyauce. Bod But Now Able to Work. Krry Prlitny nt Ilnrlloril, K)r its now management is much improve IhiiI "In October, 1896, 1 had an abscess In AND- Herd and the Administration. cd, politically, mechanically and edimy was also taksn with pleu JAS. A. ANDERSONl Editor. Although the President of the Unit rliyi tomaoh. I II y. tors! and coughed very badly. I was ed States has appealed urgently for treated by physicians bntdld not Improve. Subscription, $1.25 por yoar legislative action on two important I gave up all bop of ever jetting- - well. Entered at the post-offiSeciietaky Long has requested questions, it is now announced that My right aide was swollen and I wai not at Hartford as second class wall matter. Miss Christine Bradley to christen the speaker of the house, together able to walk acroia the room and waa tho battleship Kentucky, nod she has with a few other Republicans, is not confined to my bed. I waa advised to try Ilood'a BariaparllU and began taking CONGllCSSMAN E. D. GufTy would consented to do so. This settles a disposed to pay much heed to the re- It. In three days I eonld aeo a change uSLt souud well. mixed question. quest. The President asked with some for tho better. I kept on taking Hood's Barsaparllla nntll I bad taken fouFbot-tle- a eagerness that the Hawaiian islands Mit. Bhyan's mouth at tho present and continued to Improve. I am now The revival season is at hand. be annexed; there followed n marked able to doa good day'a workon the farm." bo in a Mnto ol repose. tsnie teems to sentiment. M. E. Mamn, DomoMVllle, Kentucky. Saints in the church will have their decline in It has been noted ot Into years that spiritual strength renewed, and old He urged the adoption of monetary - tJ J r wo lmvo no winter weather until after and young sinneis will bo forced to reforms;the announcement comes that Speaker Reed favors a policy of com Christmas. quit their meanness or take to the to plete rest and recuperation for the woods. business world. It appears that Hon, D. II. Smith That the novel situation may not will have no opposition in his own There is being great improvements I six for 13. Prepared only by C. I. Hood A Co., party for the Congressional nomina- made in guns for the defense of our be without its political significance Lowell. Mm. Oet Hood's anil only Hood's. those who are familiar with the per are tbe best tion. Mr. Smith must not understand sea coast. If tho increase in size and riOOd S PillS plUi, aid digestion. 2M. however, that he will have no oppo- capacity is as rapid in tho future as it sonallty of Speaker Reed will admit. 'JaaaPi-- ' tCTMlV sition in November. What somo has been in past few years, it will The present congressional opposition to annexation and to action on fiLund Rale lor Tnxra. good Republican will do for Sir. bankrupt the government to fire tbem nance issues would be as nothing but By virtue of taxes due me as SherSmith will be a plenty. oil. We hear a great deal of iff of Ohio county, Ky., I or one of for Reed. prospective "revolts" against the my deputies will expose to sale at Tub Republicans will not have The Louisville papers have been speaker's "dictation." but somehow public outcry at the Court House control of tho coming Kentucky legbooming Hon. , D. Gufly lor Conthe leaders of revolts are always mys- door in Hartford, Ky.. on Monday, islature, and should thcreioro be gress in the 4th Congressional district teriously missing at the critical time. January 3, 1898. Lands as follows: thankful; because the Kentucky leg. Arcs Tax & cost on tho Republican ticket. Should Mr. Reed now makes it manifest that Tax payer. is a very dangerous thing to islaturo Aubrey, Sam P Mr. Guffy decide to enter the fight ho he Is openly opposed to the adminis30 control. The Republican members would secure 10 the nomination with tration policy on certain essential Bennett. I C of that body however, will not bo 25 hands down nnd would certainly rep- points. His caustic and satirical re- Brand, Jno V from a weighty responsibility. 16 marks on Hawaii are eminently char- Basham, Jas D resent this district in Congress. They lmvo a record to make, and it acteristic. Cradshaw, J. B 42 will lmvo to do in the next state cam16 Thomas D Reed is one of 'the most Bray. Fedells, The dread of battleships is torpedo The Republican members boats. French evadors have contriv- discerning as he one of the ablest Dalton, W A paign, 190 62 men in the Republican party. His Dean, Mary would do well to place theuisejvea on ed a plan by which torpe1 1 record as being in favor of economy, do boats can bo detected wheu ap- characteristic sell assurance, his wit, Edmonson, Mrs h his ability as a filghter, are the quali- Evans, Mrs Emma 44 and the development ot the proaching a war ship. reform This is done 120 many natural resources of the state. by means of a balloon from which a ties which have won his popularity, Early, Hiram V L 188 torpedo boat can bo seen at a consid-cable- , but they are merely the incidental Finch, traits of a man of pretty large caliber. Ford, W S It appears that certain Democratic 170 depth under the water. Comi politicians out iu tho state are bitter Entirely aside from these, Mr. Reed Fuqua Jno S 65 munication is bad between the war enemies of the city of Louisville. It has the attributes that go to make po-- 1 Greathouse, Ann 2i ship and balloon by means of an eleclltical greatness. The most silent fig-- 1 Gott, MP is not necessary to enter into an ex- 4 tric wire. ure in congress, be has threatened at Gaines, Noel 20 planation ol this state of things, but ' 160 suffice it to say tho Democrats of the The jury system of the country various tlraM to become the most Hhumphrey, Roll 25 Louisville, and the Democratic new- sh!lfi mndfi Morl h MnnA nf prominent figure in hfs party, and Haynes, Park h Hewlett, V T y his supefri!" 25 pa, ers therein, have not been voting 0Ur forefathers and our Englishances- - thf ?" . 25 t MSfc UUUtUI fcUUS, buia. D WU Hewlett T H und acting to suit the views of tho free tors, is not all that it should be.1I cult at Washington Is still a danger Headerson, Isaac 51 For this reason it is It has its faults. silver bosses. .. Criminals at the . i..Mi MMn u ri.A vua wvat v. iug iubniuiev 1.U111 .ivic Hamilton, T A .. . 90 .1 II .n ' lit Hi OEAV-.MaiSBK" , a..oui8viue win suuer , bar are a lowed too manv Deremntorv .. inuninieu mat t u.i. Wm 1' 51 , .,, , .'.' evaaing to fall in line " ""their favorite great Jones, Jno ui iuu uuuus ui mu wuimS .cg.o.a.u.o cnaiiengers, mereoy onen Jones, tor 73 because of her rebellion against free justice. The law provides that good man In the Republican party The lackson, Jeston 45 This and true men only can serve on our patriotic rank and file may be relied King, 'Vra silver rule or ruin politicians. representatives-elec- t is all right. Tho juries, and regular jurymen should on to stand by the President in most Kirtly, Jno A 140 in Louisville have already taken steps not be set aside without good and suf- things. Leach, Jno W Record. 65 to protect the interest of Mr. Me- - ficient causes. Lashbrooks, Mrs. A H 53 for Fifty Cent. tropolis, and the citizens of that city Myers, Frank 150 Guaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes freak have good members too. If the free The idea ot State Chairman Bar men itrosff, Wood pure. Wo, II. All dniggista Mcjohnson, R M 104 ) Same ( town lot J silver leaders in the legislature see fit uett to make tho state organization ot Collector Sapp'a Position. Montgomery, J W tho Republican party a permanent 5 73 30 to take a whnck at Louisville, the Democratic misrepresentation of 6 19 152 By all means of the Collector of Internal Revenue Montgomery, J citizens of Louisvi'lo may see fit to affair is a good one. Mattingly, AD 56 4 45 let headquarters be established somefor this district continues unbated. take a whack at tho next free silver 8 55 100 where, and keep open the year Falsehood is highly favored campaign Morris, T C et al state ticket tho Bryanites put up. Mnir, Jno M 60 297 round. No organization can be made material in the domain ot peanut pol2 68 Has a greater 30 thU year, nnd has left tho bulk of his load at this store. THE MESSAGE. supply than usual effective, which is only active in that itics, and here is a variety of it that Morris, Virgil 4 14 51 Fresideunt McKinley's recent mess part of the year in which a campaign we find in yesterday's issue of the Pate, Mrs Lucy A Roach Mrs Eudoxle 296 3 4 sage to Congress is an able and lucid is being waged. The Republican or- Louisville Times: 120 7 37 document and contains some ot the ganization of tho state should bo ever Collector Sapp at least has the mer- Risinger.Jas W 166 3 24 it of frankness in his efforts to evade Reitz, Jno A & Son most important f uggestious made for wide awako and active. 48 5 03 the civil service law. The fact that Skillman, M R many years. The most important 2 56 The fact that mob law remains it Is a law designed for a certain pur- Spurrier, G W & J W 18 feature of the message deals with our 112 H49 in Kentucky, keeps for- pose does not eeem to be regarded by Stevens, WP the President financial system, and Summers, L T 20 3 38 calls attention to that detect in our eign capital from seeking investment him further than as to how he can 317 1089 FOR GROWN here. If mobs are allowed to tear evade its letter and defeat his spirit Skillman, OP financial system which requires tho Same, adm'r 93 503 FOR to keep 8900,000,000 down toll gates at their own sweet and intention. So far as in his powt Thlxton, Jno L government 150 503 er lies he proposes not to obey it He credit money at par with gold when will and also regulate the amout of FOR EVERYBODYl 3 85 knows and acts on the fact that the Whittinghill, David B 70 the government Iips no certain means tobacco a farmer should raise, aa they 385 50 coherence of bis party depends on tbe Worley, Lee of obtaining gold except upon the have tried to do, they might try to in- spoils of office. Of 100 561 such is the Rto Young, Ezra At any sale of bonds, nnd he suggests as a terfere with other property. 120 Jones, Mrs. Belle publican partv. 1dlo 6 19 1895 tax. remedy for bieakiug the much talked rate the prevalence of mob lav creThis sort ot calumny goes beyond 46 which gold is ates uncertainty and distrust, which the bounds of political aspersion. It Robblns, Myrtle of "endless chair," by 1895 tax. 367 to all Is drawn from tho treasury upon tho are certainly detrimental in fact personal slander. Collector Shultz, G C l,i of 7c 385 business interests. presentation of greenbancks, by so Sapp is obeying all of the laws of the Leach, Leonard C 1 town lot 380 "KLTaT. modifying tho law that the greenbacks the civil ser3 37 It seems that it is not generally United States, including farther than Richards, Thos I town lot so redeemed shall not be paid out understood that it is a felony for an vice law. He is going Shea, Sister Sebastian , 1 town lot again except for gold. Tho PresU election officer to divulge how an that, and is obeying the regulations 33 dent also recommends that naticnal elector votes. For the benefit of the and comforting to the decisions ot Clark, Cleveland 2 town lots. iSq6and 1897 For 1895, which 7 20 banks be required to redeem their public we quote tho Kentucky Stat- the Civil Service Commission comprise an interpretation ot the law C. P. KnowN, S. C. notes in gold, thus forcing them to ute on that subject: Sec. 1571, "If all Freshshare with the government the burden any person being an officer of the that is questioned by many members of Congress and by able lawyers in of maintaining tho parity of our credt election, or otherwise entitled to the all sections of the country. The Col- TlkllM tin llauii it monies. inspection of tbe ballots or challen- lector is doing trirr his best to ipitirt wtft The President recommends that na- gers, shall reveal to any other person provide foran efficient and loyal adtional banks be authorized to issue how any elector has voted, or what ministration ot the important FederHterrbody Bays Bu. notes to the face value of bonds deother candidates were voted for on al office which he holds, In spite oi Cicii.-ctCoiulv Cntliurtlc, tli, moat wonv. aMtvv?rr,.f'aM 2 tr arvjK derful medical dlscotorrof tlio nge, pleasposited with tho government to secure any ballot bearing a name not print- the limitations put upon him by the ant nnd refreshing to the I asl e, ucl (,'etitly their circulation, and that national ed thereon, or give any information existing civil service laws, and in and iiltlvely on kidneys, liver mid bowels, bank circulation bo restricted to de- concerning the appearance of any spite of the outrageous stuffing ot all cleansing tho cntlra s.strtn, dlsicl coliU, cuioliriiituolin, fovcr, linbltiml enuitlpalloa "THB STYLISH PATTERN." Ar- - J box buy nominations of 810 and upwards. ballot voted, such persons so offend- departments of the Government ser- andU.blC.IniKnrna. ;Plrasu .',0 and try n and IU, tttttc Fashionable. Original. Perfect I C. ot cnl. tfold guaranteed to cure by all druitslsti. Tho latter proposition is mnde with a ing shall be guilty of a felony, Fntlcsr. Prices lO ami .1 occurs. i nnd, vice by Grover Cleveland immediateiNonakfahef. None better att any price. R view to getting the vast quautity of on conviction, shall be mprisoned ly before his retirment from the PresSoma rtlbble merchant cells them In .'. in and Whtiker Habits silver now hoarded in tho treasury the penitentiary not less than two idency. But he is proceeeding in vh3." cured at borae withnearly every city or town. Ask for out pain. Book ol par) will enter the coming yeir prcpard tftglve In the readingo public that which hai mad li hraoua lor 0 them, or they can be had by mall from strict accordance with the law. The into circulation, and will doubtless years nor raoro than five years.'1 ticular) nt ritt:r;. the great literary men ana women ol tht the phi quarter m 4 century contributions trom tne pent worKl, Illuelratetl by leading artitu. A brief glance over It proepectua announce, euch readiog ui la either iNew YorK or uncao n.M.OOLLF.Y.M.D. BV statement that he is violating it or receive tho approval of tho Stamps taken. Latest Fashion Sheet Allaullt, U Tbfflco 1M N. I'rjor St. OUR PACIFIC PROSPECT sent upon receipt of one cent (o pay proposes to violate rnojiCT roit a niraitiuri urn Tits cosataciiL iiroiTiui or n UTiuuj taut THE ADVERTISING NUI- The charge that the it is a falsehood. A .. postage. Sji-iHi iim. m i id rutins oi- it irosrnvoro.v c map T 00 Crura. Republican party In discussii.g our forcigu rela.ions Tin nimorsHT or om runic ooaiti usTciti Miimu iiB tiii rtnnc SANCE. box$4L a limited time 99 cents will pay For Hi srzviik.v upon the spoils of office for co ti cn.iiiiii t; ivumi tlie President disappoints the rabid There is nothing that pays better relies NOVEL OP THE YEAR RODEN'S CORNER-T- HE aWaVall 2 .1 by herence among its membership need for one drzen cabluet size photos at Cuban sympathizer, by failing to rec than judicious advertising. AllbusN IIV Skton Miiiiuham, author ( "The Sower, " Striking noreltlei In ihort Hello win hardly be considered from such a Schroeter'a Floating Studio. le contribute. I by audi authors as W I). Ilowelli, Richard Harding Dull, Urtndcr Matthews, I ommend immediato recognition of the nees men can testify to this fact. trcderlc Kemlngion, Kutli Mclncry Situart, and olhcre. Time will U a scrice ol articles on source as the Louisville newspaper ART AND THE 0RAMA EUROPE. POLITICAL AND SOCIAL HIE PROGRESS OF SCIENCE Cuban insurpnh as belligerents, but ' Brightest ladles' magazine published. ! Merchants finds increased sales, that has been quoted. Collector Sapp to r mi: a roi.n i.v oni: imy STUDIES INAMERICAN SOCIETY AMERICAN CHARACTER SKETCHES ARMIES AND NAVIES Invaluable for the home. Fashions of I he justifies his position with facts manufactures get more orders, and all Is Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab Ik) Uitilid Statu, CtaJt, ami Mltilf. i'irttJftrt It it luficribrl in making a record for dignified and the day. Home Literature, Household J lects. All Druggists refund the monwhich shall appeal to men of good enterprises feel the effect good effect Hints, Fancy Work, Current Topics, j $ Sub.J4 syiar. Address HARPER a BROTHERS, Pub'i.N.Y.CIIf. Ssndlorlra priaiutai efficient conduct of a very important 6 6 mo Fiction, all for only 50 cents a year, in- - I seiiEc ot all political parties The ot advertising. The best medium for Federal office, and he is a modest part ey if it fails to Cure. 25c. chiding a frco pattern, your own selec- President premises that this govern advettisiug is tbe newspaper, Every- of a splendid National Administration stamps ' Hon any time. Send two Hare flu 1 Cure. for sample copy. Address mentis conscious of its prerogative oi body reads the newspapers. c.j . whose record Is certain to make the Dr Armistead's Chill Tonic is a (& THE McCALL COMPANY 1 adopting such a courso with referenco Thoro is ono kind of advertising, Republican party secure In the pos- sure cure lor chills. J. H. Williams 6 Vest Hth Street, New York. ( to tho Cuban question as its own high however, that is rapidly becoming a session of national power for a gener- only has a few bottles, so It you want 189 Fifth Avenue, Chicago. to keep off cnills call for a bottle at sense of honor and justice may indiation, Louisville Commercial, nuisance; indeed it is already such. i re e HsiMce II, 8, WiltUiM W. I). Howtlli ONCE. Price 45 cents a bottle. I'a--ts- .l argues that Spain's recall of tho cate, 1 Wo refer to tbe circu lar and parnp-l- ot 11 Don't delay. Doi't Tohktn Srll ssa Raiols lour Mrs Away, brutal Weylur and the substitution ol buaiueua that is sent through the To quit tobacco cully and forerer, be mar Meeting! lull or lUo, nerre the more huuaue Blanco, her sub- mails. We venturo the prediction netlc,the wonderworker, and vigor, tike men tost mike weak Miillre, Thoiisamls stiller Irom Catattb or she disrobed. She had been in tier ot tLe ti.uilei strong All druiglita, too or It. Cure guarancode of war-far- o that s stitution of tho mails that comes All persons IndebUd to the estate teed Dooktet and sample free Address cold in hear) and have never tried the room but u shoittime when she walkfor tho We) lor butcheries, her to such towns as Hartford, nro comMcNAIR, sterllnc Itemed j Co, Cnlcigo or Now York of Mrs. F.mma Cundiff, deceased, will Mr. ALBERTD. liberation of tho last American prison- posed of unsealed packages containing of Dansvlllo, N. Y popular remedy There Is no longer ed out nf the house and up the creek, come forward and settle same by DeUEATF.K DAM. any excuse, as n 10 cent trial size ot None of the limllv saw her leave the VTill give a er and her prollercd autonomy to tho advertisements. The lives of profesAnd all persons Bdslness is on a boom. Our school cember 24th inst. Ely's Cream Dnlm can be had nf your house, and did not discover she-haholding claims against said estate itisuigenta emitles Spain to acoutinu. sional men are becoming burdeusome grows better all the time. druggist, or ue tnail it for 10 cents. gone until rouie time Hfier, They ntiou of tho pitiinco of tho American by reason of tho vast amount of trash Messrs. Lum Williams, Kirk Mc will preserit same properly proven for to Farmers on the Full aize 50 cents, were greatly alarmed, "niid at once government until Stmln's new plan and stuff that is daily sent to their Kenney and F. Monroehave complet- payment or they will be forever barr- "Fertilization of tho Soil" ELY DROS , 56 Warren St., N. V. made n hearch for her. I"hn Turner, T. J. Suith, Adm'r ed their new homes and moved to ed. ior the pacification ot tho insurgents ad lrees through thb mails. AT A friend advi'td me to try Ely's who knew the girl well, said that he of Mrs. Emma Cundlff,dec'd, fairly tested, biuII have COURT HOUSE Cream Dalni and after using it six paw her walking up the creek, but The office ot a lawyer or doctor or same. HARTFORD said nothiug to her. The friends rf There are only two vacant houses The annexation of Hawaii is earn- newspaper man would actually fill ON wciksl believe tnysell cured of ca- the family at once started in pursuit estly recommended. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24 ATap.tn entirely up, with such stuff, if the oc- In town and thry will be occupied. tarrh, It is a most valuable remedy of her, but were compelled to return I Bro, Newton preached toolarae That part of tho message dealing cupants thoreof did not resort to fire Joseph Stewart, 624, Grand Avenue without her Nearly nil ntaht they A book on Fertilizers will lie plven crowd Sunday night and also con scoured thecountry. but none ot them with :ivil services contains little comenormous loadi Uroolflyn.N Y, to rid himself of tho to each farmer. thought to keep directly along the ducted general exercises at school fort for tho spoilsmen, The Presithat nro dally dumped upon his creek in the search. Miss Cosby hall Monday morning Wlilkril Trii Mllm III Her rtlrri. dent declares his intention tu eulargo desk. Pamphlets and such things Catalogue ot dutiulty Telephomr straight the Theie has been much excitement walked she awoke up the creek, and Mr. T. M. l'uught and wife, who "When tho dootorn considered n wheu In early morn the cliiisillod scrvico and to uphold are becoming so common and annoyon application. in Perry lng she found she nnd much discussion ovei re I have been visiting at Musonville, facurnble, Ayera Cherry Pectoral wai near the its rigid enforcement. 21 3tu How.uu) Richardson, that tho average man rushes to turned home last week, ing county over nn account nl the remark-ob'- e house of n Irlend of her father, which cured me of At White Mills, Ky. the stove or grate ns soon as posiib'e somnamhiillsm of 'Mihs Delia Is ten tulles from where she started. Miss Attie Austin is visiting in to rid himself of them. Co-bthe nineteen year old duiht-t- r Her father's friend at once furnished LouUti le. VTho c.n think her a horse, nnd she went home. They are never read and such ct aomf almpla Wanted-- An ' of A B Co by, who lives on or There was great rejoicing la the CosIdea tutngtopateDti unia ilium all uai jail?. Mrs. J, H. Darnes and children will t Coutfh gjrrup. Tastes uuud. Uurl aalth, Protaot your tdaaat thar mar lirlog you methods of advertising arc gelling to go to Louisville this week to visit L. B. LARDINOIS, Roalere, Wfa. A few nights ago by family when she was seen returnnear Grnnevlue. Writ JOHN WIUDKltUURN GO . raSk9U Altor ' bo as great a uuuwuto to tho postal relatives. ing Jackson Hustler, Nuiio. MAUVSIZt BOTTLOS, so An Abscess ssincuS tzriiez titi DDiruig; -- fc ce HOLIDAY GOODS S. store of Hartford. Hood's Sarsaparillaaf, 1 arur-dlnn- t flllfll III. Ever Brought sub-mari- ne e J- (Va ....i.i..ir., ... 1 1 ::,1 I ... xrt-jHiA- I " "" f-'- ""' , OLD SSNTA CL'US Christmas goods in great Profusion and Prices Within th'e Reach of all. PRESENTS THE PRESENTS PEOPLE! THE CHILDREN! PRESENTS t mgiL.?reoj L :o.ern omtoor 3Flioea WAYNE GRIFFIN & BRO., JEEJl.<OTEl.iy, Hours, from Also dealers in Drugs, Medicines and Druggists' Sundrics.Ete. OASTOXUA. Prescriptions Accurately Compounded at est and Purest Drugs. , && MSAUL4ftiaU r i ., OPIUM m ts. i "v -. MSCAyjS, MAGAZBNE w t ( 1 -- I42-M- '','&'Vs..'vvyv-v'V- I Farmers' 11 two-fifth- PRRR LECTURE d bn .v llerry Agcfs Pectoral throttle BrMCttlls" gmmmtft? ' w''Z?ft'imn yvTT Keyat 't"i'- 5tt MESSAGE FROM mikll tht food purs, wrholesenie and d.llclouji Bargain seekers scelt J. Ii. l'oglc & Co. FLED FOR LIFE. 6jc fur a Co's. SANTA CLAUS, Dear Boys and Girls: I have arranged with FAIR B- bos suit 11 THE CONTEST i.lt In llfeduriiig the very mini nnd ut J.I!. Foglo St PML &AKIH0 POWDER Absolutely Pur ftOVAl BAKINQ & CO., 7 - The Fair Dealers, to handle my entire line of Xmas Novelties. My line is by far the largest ever left in Ohio county, so go early and get first choice of the may pretty things that await you at my Headquarters. Dolls, the prettiest line you ever saw. China dolls 5c, Bisque dolls 10c, Kid body dolls 10c, Sleeping dolls 25c, Jointed dolls 25c, Washable dolls 25c, Rag dolls 10c, dressed doll. Anything you want in the doll line. Come to see them. Sleighs 40c to 75c, Wagons 75c to SI, Wheel barrows 40c to 75c, Rockers 25c to $1, Child chairs 25c, Doll bed 25c, doll furniture 1 set, Work baskets 25c, Doll Monday's Courier Journal nays: Deputy United States Marshal G C Thompson arrived injthe,clty yesBig line of Xmas goods at J. E. terday mornjng wjtKgoralilayden, the negro who brahyLwdcred Fogle & Go's. Berna Logan, a young c$lwgillgirl at Take your egga and ftatherstoj Beaver Dam, Ohio countyTiast Octo- E. Fogle & Co'h. her. Thnmncnn tiinrif tlii. nt Ladies gooa shoes ior Fogle & Co's. Heavy canton Fogle & Co's. mLtl for Sc at J Doputy Marshal Thompson's Thrilling Exporlonco. U. 9.catJ K ilrputatton. meet it, prepare to join the large cnMiiiAiatttrcioud who will enter w ill demand woman thought nnd rxtcusKe iiyou would be well equipped to Ueutiith century And Commercial Institute, gCieSdaV, rttntlirft fOWDin 00 , MW VOM, Sec Carson Bros, for n grand Xwaa display. Renfrow & Ueau Flour, aud Meal at Carson Dros. ing Chairs We will receive a new lot of Rocklor Xmas. Cahson & Co. If you want to make n present Xmas, sec our new rings. Carson & Co. Mr. R. A, Ctowe has accepted a position vith the Mammoth Grocery Co., of Louisville. For Xmas you might give your boy a nice suit. We have lots of them. Carson & Co. trunks 25c. Never before have I left such a collection of China in Hartford. My line comprises after dinner Cups and Saucers, tea cups and saucers, 5 o'clock tea cups aud saucers., f ill size cups and saucers,fine China plates, syrup stands, tooth pick holders, Olive dishes, .Mntch h ilder, vases, Bisque figures, china novelties of all kinds. See them in our show windows. China War. The steamer, Three Brothers, landed at Hartford Tuesday with a cargo of flour for our merchants. A nice Dress Pattern would be a 'good Xmasptesent for your daughter. Carson & Co. no. T. Moore and J 11. Messrs. Williams who have been sick lor some time, are Improving. Don't lei your horse stand out in ;he cold or put him in somebody's else stable, but put him in Field's bjabie. If you want the best of treatment for your stock always leave them at You will be treated Field's stable. exactly right. Work has been progressing well on the new abutment at the biidge at Hartford and will soon be completed, ready for the new bridge. Mr. A. R. Carson has uccepted a position as traveling salesman for ShuttJeworth & Co., of Louisville, and was in Hartford this week. -- . Magnificent Collections of toy guns, pistols, truks, tables, drums irons, iron stoves, dishes, tops, trumpets, ABC blocks, games, harps, kitchen sets, balls, marbles, books etc. 0 r For the older folks I left a complete line of jewelry, rings, bracelets, sterling Silver novelties. In more substantial presents you will find handkerchiefs, ties, kid gloves, neckwear, suspenders, napkins, towels and many more beautiful and substantial gifts. Don't forget now that Fair &T Co., The Fair Dearlers, are my sole agents for Hartford. Visit them. ishing you all a merry Christmas, I am, Yours Truly, Fresh Candies, Nuts, Oranges, Bananas, Cocoanuts, Celery, Cranberries, and all kinds of good things to eat lor Christmas at Carson Bros. For little ones, for older members o' the family, for friends, you will exactly find what ou want Carson & Co. Make selections at onc- e- we'll hold them for you. You get the cream of the stock, the best of the lot. Carson & Co. Remember that when you come to Hartford that Field & Son will take Be the best of care- - of your stock. sure to leave your horse with them. Messrs. E. B. Allen and D. L. Smith, of this county, bave been reinstated in the government service as store keepers under Collector Franks at Owensboao. s The elegant plate glats at Griffin's give you a pretty fair idea of the prett) things they have in the Christmas line. Iljou don't see what you want, ask for it. show-window- SANTA CLAUS. . Remember we will have plenty of both plain nnri fancy caudles, Iresh Duy millinery goods at Carson & truits.nuts and of all kinds Co's. for the Christmas trade, so give us a Hand made hotse shoes tTeddell call and get our prices berore buying elsewhere, Special prices given to Dros. school teachers. Path Bros. Buy men's and Indlth' shoes at Car son & Co's. The adoption of a protective tariff , Ladles new undeiwe.tr at Carson & brs net cut ifl foreign markets lor American pioducts as whs predicted, Co's our exportation having ii creased' Remember that subscription ac- - materially since the enactment ot the count we need it. Dinglcy law, in the lace cf the fact that our purchases abroad have been Carton Ac Co will trade joudry reuuetd. goods and clothing for good corn. a, Dr. and MtB. A. B. Baird, of For furnishing goods, dry goods will visit relatives in Hartford and clothing see Caison & Co, s Okln-honi- Pay your ubscrlptlon. Takeyou children to Griffin's diug store and see what their choice ot presents will be. In this way you can make a selection that will suit both your pocketbook and occasion The reputation of Griffin's drug store lor c rry the most elegant line of Christmas Goods is well sustained this year. You will find them there in great prolusion and at the most reasonable prices. The following persons have paid their subscription since pur last issue) T H. Torrence, Cromwell; W. H. Humphrey, W H Dooley, Bedaj J. H. Westei'field. G W. Nail. W. H. Mauzy, II ttl'rri; Warren E Ellis, Ft. Reno, Okla ; Jos. W. Miller, Horse Branch. Mr. R. T. Collins and Miss Ella W. Cox were united in the holy bonds of wedlock lit the Methodist Cfiurch yesterday evening at 6 o clock in the pretence ol u large number of aduilr. Both are very popular log lileads. youug ptople and have mauy friends who join in wishing lor tbcm a loug aud happy lite. 'I lie during Chiistmas. lor all kind ol blacksniithing, horse bhoeing and reTweddell Bros, 1'orNnlti. pairing. Seventy three nnd three fourths acres of land adjoining Beaver Dam Uor fuither particulars call on or ad nienibrr we need that lilt'e C R Camitjku,, drees. Call in account you owe. Hartloid, Ky. 20 jt nd fix it up. If you want dry goods and clothlnt' nd have got no money, bring u load of good shucked corn. Carson & Co. If you want plain or fancy or toed shoeing, or in fact any kin of how shoeing call on Tweddell Bros. Hartford. Ky. ' 1 Photographer A, D. Taylor has rr turned Irom Dawson and will in his gallery here In person every Mordiy and at Beaver Dam the balance of the week llirUlmii iiniU hi flrllllil'n. Christmas time U one bright spot In all the jcar for the children. Thty stav ( look forward to it with bright anticiXlk -- pations xnd high hopes, aud their m. most entrancing thought K ''Wonder what Santa Onus will bring me?" to would prescribe only $ It is a time that in nevei forgotten, ;; and old people remember with pleas-paripm ano wiier. lor child? Its ; tlme, of their ure th CMaXm - X nerves arc so thoroughly Tru,y, the children deprived of the oy .! season brings, . . . . child need foodt a blood-- 1 Puny AlU'lJla w2 ry 4fK y rest assured The County Board of Costest has We that they will never lorget it been In seslon all this week listening1 have selected our slock with a view to the evidence and argument in the Yiu to accommodating content of Likens va Anderson. can find presents ol all kinds and at were heard yesterday In the Cod-LivOil U all of this, No child in Ohio county all prices. c : JVlIiOJnd, Rlngo for contestant 1 ol and you still hare a tonic in need go without a preseut if the buyer arjd.Gufry and Hravrin for the con kToophocohites ot lime X will only visit our etore. And He All the arguments were of ft the. Ifjtee and soda to art with the food, bave presents f.r grown people, Jflo the veiy best class nl ap rally did ror win ana ucuuuc tuiwrcu the biggest line nd the most ele Mr Gnffv's ir7nment fit the case. there is no ttaudy superior gant you ever saw. He tn-iup the r ords of the county to It la the world. It means Z. Wavnr Griffin & Bro aud uliottid ihtt G B Likens was growth, strength, plumpness the only man fn Ohio ct unty, who t'ur finle, and comfort to them. Be sure had been dcleatvd, ha I ever contet te One, pair good, mules seven and you get SCOTT'S Emulsion, The Hoard Is con p .scrl of County eight years old. Will sell mules Ix. and f , all druulif- Clerk D M. Hocer, Pqr, Jont R Wsgon and harness wrv cheap Call K.w York. SCOTT A DOWNS, Chimin., S lv Cox Wilson and C L, Woodward who Will on their dwWlon this morning. Hartford, Ky , Noy j, 1897 19 .it .,...tuirf1i.nln Xii .LI ZXZZJusTEr Kwf.wd.yu P ttJT iouleverbe puuuiu -- iwiuviuuwi.u wt Scott's Emulsion er I I i 8CC6l)C8tCCC6C - $ f and barely escaped wiiu iuc luiouuci 11UIU.UU iniuiiuicu Big line of undtrvrear from 35c to mob of negroes. Hayden will be kept in the county jail here for safety un75c at J E Fogle & Co's. til the sentiment against him dies J. K. Fogle & Co will save you down. money on jour Xmas goods. Immediately alter the murder ocAnother big shipment of Ladles curred Hayden escaped to the mountains ol Tennessee and engaged him CJps nt J E Fogle & Co's. Don't buy your Xmas goods until self as n miner in the Procter coal mine Beveral miles from Jellico. Detective you visit J. E Fogle & Co's.- W. F. Chandler, of Ohio county, reThe cheapest line of overcoats in ceived information, received informaHaitford at J. E. Fogle & Co's. tion that Hayden was in hiding near i A nice assortment of ladies and Jellico. Marshal Thompson was gogents handkerchiefs at J. E. Fogle & ing to Jellico on business and told Chandler that he would make an ef Co's. fort to capture Hayden. The latter The young gentlemen of Hartford lived at Beaver Dam, and was the will give an elegant ball and luncheon Logan girl's sweetheart. One night at the Court Hall on Tuesday evein October Hayden went to the girl's ning, December 28, 1897. It promhome to spend the evening. He had ises to be a nice affair and no doubt a not been in the house long until a large crowd will be in attendance. quarrel arose, Hayden thinking that Nliiiuty lluHliunu. the girl did not like him Hardin King, a shAoty boat resi as she should. Notwithstanding the dent, was arrested on Green river, tact that the girl confessed her love near Baskett, Friday evening, by for him, he drew a revolver from his United Statei Marshal Joe Roberts, on pocket and fired five shots at her, all the charge of running a "blind tiger" the bullets taking t fleet in the girl's on his boat. King was brought here abdomen. She died almost Instantly. Saturday morning and taken before Hayden lost no time aud crossed the United States Commissioner Ed Bell Kentucky line into Tennessee. for examining trial, He was held In the meantime a. posse ol officers over under $200 for his appearance at and and angered mob of negroes had the next term of the federal court, formed to pursue the fugitive. The which convenes here on January 24 man was too quick, and the author!-tieFailing to execute ball, he was comlost all trace of him until about a mitted to the keeping ot Jailer Ashby. week ago. Messenger. Deputy Marshal Thompson had seThis TclU llrnltli Stujr lie cured a description of the Jiurderer t'oitml, before he left Beaver Dam. Shortly And that is more important than after his arrival in Jellico hepaid admaking money. II your blood is im- mission and entered a ball in which pure, Hood's Sarsapanlla is the med- a troupe of comedians were perforicine for you. It cures scrofula, salt ming, much to the amusement of a rheum, rheumatism, catarrh and all crowded house of negro miners. other diseases originating in or pro- Thompson, mingling in the crowd, moted by impure blood and low state caught a glimpse ol Hayden, who of the sjsteui. was sitting in the furthest end of the Hood's Pills are easy to taks to op hall. He walked to Hayden's seat and hastily told the murderer that he crate Cure indigestion, headache. was under arrest and ordered him to . NEWSPAPER advertising in the surrender, Hayden was unarmed, United States, A book- - ol two hun- but nevertheless resisted arrest. dred pages, containing a catalogue of With the aid ot several men, the fuabout six thousand newspapers, being gitive was finally handcuffed and takall that are credited by the American en to the rear end of the hall. Newspaper Directory (December edi By this time it had leaked out that tion for 1897) with having regular is- the man under arrest was Tom Haysues of 1,000 copies or more. Also den, the murderer of Berna Logan. separate State maps of each and every Within ten seconds the performance State of the Americin Union, naming was brought to an end. A mob of those towns only in which there are about fifty negroesgathered and startIssued newspapers having more than ed towards the Deputy Marshal and 1,000 circulation. This book (issued the prisoner. December 15, 1897) will be sent, pos"We'll hang him!" cried the leader tage paid, tho any address, on receipt ot the mob. of one dollar. Address The Geo. P. Thompson first thought the men Kowell Advertising Co., 10 Spruce were threatening him, but soon learn St., New York. ed that, instead, they intended to do Hajden violence. The negro begged OAlBTOZtlA. Tit futhe officer to defend him. Thompson tin managed to ll all. keep the mob at a safe llrutut ffl&&CAS WS. N distance until the street was reached. The men then grew more boisterous Want it Boat. Another attempt is to be made to and threatened to shoot the Marshal sesure a boat for the Rough river if he did not deliver the prisoner to trade, and it promises to be more suc- them. Theoffiur managed to find cessful than all previous attempts. six men willing to help him and he A party of merchants from Hartford appointed them deputies. With pisarrived in Evansville Sunday after- tols they kept the crowd back, noon for the purpose of working up Thompson then slipped through an sentiment in favor ol a Rougb river alley and remained over night with packet. Among those in the party the prisoner at the house of Mrs. Mary werejumes F. Carson, A. D. White, Buck. He boarded the first train to A. T. Nail, A. E. Pate, C. B. Sullin-ge- r Louisville nnd lauded sately in the and Chns. Sturgeon. city with murderer yesterday morn The visitor are well knjwn busiing shortly after 8 o'clock. ness meu of Han ford and represent Haden was brought to Hartford the Commercial club, the leading trade organization of that place. Monday night and placed in j ill. He They called on several of the Evans- seems to be greatlv excited over the ville merchants and the Business occurrence and seems to realize that he is in a close fix Men's association Monday. Rough river has been impioved For Hale greatly by the government during the A desirable farm of one hundred last six month All ihe snags and acres, situated near Hartford, well obstacles have been remove'd from the watered, a good orched, two hundred river. There is a considerable busi- bearing trees, good buildings, and in For further parness along the river which could be good community. secured for a steamboat entering that ticulars call at this office at once, tf trade. Messenger. Our llout Llur. Monday's Evansville News says. A committee ot business men Irom Hartfoid, Ky., arrived in the city yesterday alternoou Mr the purpose of ascertaining the prcsptcts of securing a packet to tun from this city to Hartford. Hartford is a beautilul and wealthy little city situated at the head of nnv Igation on Rough river, a tributary of Green river. The place is 10 ruiies VIGOR futfttts from Green rivtr, the nearest poll t AVER'S HAIR lhe di.stuce in 47 the promises mtdt for tt, Is ihe being Ceralvo verdict of those tvbo have Med it. Rough river, however, is 28 milec The lat.t steamer that ran in the tntde between Evarioville und Haitfoid vas 3 the Janie Rue belonging to Capt. The owner sold Robert Hornbrook. "I have told AVer's Hair Vioor for Sfuta her some months ago to parties in year) and do not know of a llngl. cat wb.r ft did not glvo antlra latUfactloa." r.M. Florida OROVB, FaunilJtle, AU, The gentlemen who came down yesterday.in the intetest of recuring another boat for the trade, are Capt. James F. Carson, secretary, of, the " When dtMCnMd 017 kalrta tU at,t club: Messrs. found AVKK's 1IUR Viooh a wt aicallest Haitford Commercial praparatlaa and ona that do., all that (1 A. T Nail. A E Pate C B. Sullln for Ik'VU HU8II, CeanaUMUW, Fa. claim! ger, A D White and Charles Slurs geon. They are all prominent clt;z- I ena of Haitloid ore very bflable gtn- tu man. "Ann's Hair Vioor do, all that Ut4ibu4 weeks ago a snagboat was for It It rtatorad mr hair, whloa wa faat bcotnln? rrar. back to Hi aatoral clor dark ploced in" Rough river to clear out the browo."-- vr. II. HASBt.HOFV.Fataruaa.N.X, stream to make navigation less dan- ' geious and good work has been done, I Tht snagboat came from Wabath She finUhed the work last H Uy head booam fnU of dandruff, aad aft.r It Is learned that I .113 of TWiutav. a tlma my hair began to fall out. TheAYtR'a Hair Vioor ttopoad lha fall n out Rtimia have 1a en and the acalp claan and health." Una. and rad. tha C U. AYKBS, Mount Airy, da. overhanging timber has Men cut off. (The stream is very narrow and Hie Jellico, Tenn., s lii-r- e $1,25 for a pair men good boots E Fogle & Co's. at J. Jail. 17, 1 88 FACULTY ol fivt earnest and well (quipped men METHODS of teaching and management the be.-- t CLASSES f) Hematic, large at.d enthusiastic ENVIRONMEN r cor ducivc to best icMilts. community. NO SALOONS in the town WELFARE of ftudents sought in every puticular. it INSTITUTION progressive and permanent. EXPENSES lowei than other school oftqutl ndvintnges. Board, room, luel, lights, etc, per week $j cki In advance paya for board, room, light, etc., and Tuition for a term often weeks. CLUB HOARD per week, from 75c to $1 25. fJQ'7 ip$ fSrElognnt Cataloguo ireo to all intorcsted parties. tBa E. R. RAY, President. I. B. TAYLOR, Vice President. bush has been a great hindcrance to navigation, usptcuuiy iias hub utcu so in 'he hort b nds. The work was in charge t f Capt T. H. McMichael. There is now a good stage ol water in the livirand it remains the year round. This has been brought about by the building ol the locks recently. U)tiC8 tO SllbSCrib- - ers. We have latrly sent out statements to u large number of subscribers who are in arrears. We MUST have what you owe us, and if it is not paid soon we will place the claims in the hands of an of-collection. Please remit and save the cost of a suit. Look at the lable on your paper each week and you will see just how much you owe us and send it in without delay. OI.ATO.tl. The citizens cf Hartford feel that Evansville is their natural market for the products and the most convenient place to buy their good-- . They It el that after they have been provided with a good, navigable liver by the government that they ought to hove a direct packet to Evansvlle. In the past the merchants have been buing the most of their goods Irom Louisville. Some has been shipped by rail and some by water, being transferred nt Evitutvltie to tht Unei. Rh.r boats. Both of these airangemtuts are unsatisfactory. The railroad is several milesaway from Hartford nnd all freight had to be hauled in wagons. When shipped by river (he freight had to be hauled from the nearest point on Green river. There was very little freight shipped by river on account of the bad facilities. Mt. A. D. White said to the News people this morning: "Hartford want tn he In tnnrli with Fvfltisvlllr. We can buy the most of our merchan- dise in Evansville as cheat) as in Louisville if we had the facilities for shipping. "The railroad company at our place has recently advanced rates, and we do not care to patronize them if we can get shipping facilities out of Evi ansville." Capt. Carson secretary of the Commercial Club at Hartlord, said: We need a boat badly to give us transportation to and from Evansville. Of course it would take a little time for a boat to become established, but after it becomes generally known there will be a good business for them." The gentlemen were in cobference with Capt. Hornbrook this morning, and it is learned that it is his inten tion to buy or build another boat lor the Hartford trade in the near future. The Hartford citizens while here were guestsof the Hotel Richmond, Several of them bought bills of goods of the wholesale houses this morning. They ate to leave 4 o'clock this afternoon on the Green river packet for hove. Catarrh, like scrofula, is a disease of the blood and may be cured by purifying the blood with Hood's Mr, Gene Herald and Miss Maddox were married at the Commercial yes- ficer for terday. Aa Net 11 by Dan Lamoui. Having returned from a recent visit to the Pacific coast, Vice President Daniel Lamont of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company bad much to say about the Improved conditions everywhere visible. He is a firm believer in the return ot prosperity as an actual fact Mr. Lumont, who was a conspicuous member of the administration which inflicted upon the country four years of depression and loss may be trusted to report his observations without bias In favor ot the party now in power He certainly does not talk what the "Evening Post" grumblingly aud grudgingly edi "political prosperity," meaning, of course the prosperity which inevitable rt fleets in equal proportions discredit upon the Free Trade and credit upon the Protection parties. Mr. Lamont is repotttd as saying: "I havt visited points along the line as far West as the Pacific Ocean terminals I fotin t all localities pros, There appeared to be an perous abundance ot tr ide. und the existence ol good times isappatent everywhere, The farmers have made money on their crops. They appeared to be happy. I noticed at several points that after selling their produce they ith merwere loading their teams chandise and lurnltue to be carried away to replentish the comfort of were signs ot their hnmeSj-Tbe- re Industry everywhere along tha line. The growth of. tjje cattle rising In- dustry Is conspicuous. The mlulng towns along the way are active. In e Helena this was a notable ure. Sot also, In Anaconda and the I was surptised by Butto chant that have taken p'ace in these centers. New plants are being con structed and a general air of prosper!-rive- r. ty exists The lumber Interests at the extreme cjast teimlnals ateac- tlve, and one hears there that when In these lines the con- activity dltions mean proaperlty.'V feat-Som- Bond returned fiom Louisville last Monday, where he had been to puichase holiday goods. Mr. Joe House and son, Wessie, have just completed Dr. ByersiesN dence which adds quite nn ornament to our little town. Mr. C. M Smith, from Fordsville, passed through town Tuesday. Mr. Sam Peyton is having erected a neat picture gallery. , Mr. Bob Her just returned from a visit to friends and relatives near Haitford. Rev. Smith and wife, visited Dr. Byers and family, Sunday. Miss Minnie Porter relumed to her home in Grayson to day, after a pleasant visit to relatives nnd friends. Miss Cressie Green is visiting relatives in Grayson. Mr Pig Felix and family returned to their home in Sring Lick last Tuesday. Mrs. Sam Daniel is very ill at this writing. Mr. Joe Hoover is some better after a long illness of typhoid lever. Miss Ida Allen, Rosine, and Mr. John McFurgeson visited the family of John F. Allen. One day last week a fine saddle horse belonging to Dr. A. R. Byers died with distemper. Mr. R. E. McDaniel has returned after a business trip to Owensboro. On last Sunday morning our little village was shocktd as the news spread from house to house of the death of Mrs. Carrie Young, who has been very ill of pneumonia fever at the residence of Mr. O. S. Bond. For the past three weeks all was done that kind and loving hands could do hut the Lord called Mrs. Young from our circle unci slits stepped oil Irom the shres of time. We trust that Mrs. Young is with the white robed thtong in heaven. Golda. Mr. Oscar tigorS Capt. Jas. A. Duffey, TOLEDO, OHIO. OF Tha Oraat Railway Dataetlv Talla What Havo Dona Mllaa rtemedlea Dr.Jj, For Hlmtelf and Wlfa. "jr JJg T Verdicts Jfyer s air WSmw Ki' Vk aak. rwtr'A "P?myu- - 2?ffOi ,Et DidSi ETEOTIVK work requires constant vigilance, stead; nerres, a clear head and actlvo traln."A year ago," writes Capt. Duffer, of (31 Orchard St., Toledo, Ohio, "I overworked mjielf, was la such a condition atecp was Impossible. I was so nerTous i coma not Ho in bed i ray arms and limbs twitched Maia and my sjatemaeemed completely exhausted. I began using Dr. Miles' Nertlno and tua (ourtb bottle restored ma to health, Mrs. Duffey had suffered for eighteen years with heart disease, had tried every remedy with out avail until she took ur. Hues' new Heart Cure two years ago. Ifor the past she has been tree from the trouble." "rj;,j,,ei.Vmedl are sold by all Buts under a poa"lY0 guarantee, first bottle aRTv31 Kl 9 r r ,uiLKaMKDIOAL t r- 2?a CO, Elkhart U4. sire to seethe Instrument abolished, Senator Dcboc says; FRIDAY, nECUMIlUR 17, 1897. "Civil service may have been all right in its way years ago, when it Hot Tlmr lunlil Krutnrli)-4Jwas first started when it was free Kentucky is never without herscn-sitlo- from the outrageous abuses that have There must be something since crept id, but as administered toover there to discuss' over the socinl day it Is a iraud and a shame. I gloss, nncl now that Col. Writterson want none of it, nnd will gladly vote, has retired Irom view for the nonce, if I am given the opportunity, to wipe the ladles have come forward to keep the whole thing from the statute the state warm. The latest trouble books. It is and arose over the breaking ot a bottle of something over the bow of the new "There possibly are a few places battleship named for our neighbor where technical skill and peculiar state, and to make sure that every qualification are requisite where civil thing would be in perfect accord with service is a good thing, but these the traditions of the state, the time places are comparatively few. You honored bottle of champagne was set need not tell me that a republican aside to give place to a bottle of real clerk cannot do as good work in copyDourbon. ing in a book all day as any demoThe story goes back into the torm crat, or that as good a democrat cancr administration, when Secretary not be found ns any republican when Herbert selected Mi s Haltie party is In power. A little new Richardson, ot Lexington, to that blood injected into these places now perioral the impuitaut duty ol chilst-cnin- g and then would benefit the services the ship. and we should then get rid of a lot of 'the cruiser was not ready then, but old fossils that have become burdenMiss Richardson announced that she some to the public service. accepted the responsibility and had "I donotbelievein rulnclng matters decided to make an innovation in the when discussing this subject, and unmode of christening ships. The usual less something is done to make the procedure is to break a bottle of chamcivil service better than It is now and pagne on the vessel's bow, but this remove the thousands who were put loyal daughter of Kentucky decided in by Cleveland, as a reward for work to use a bottle of Kentucky whisky done and then covered with this in christening a ship named after the fraudulent blanket, the republican Blue Grass commonwealth. party will suffer at the polls when the At this stage the National Woman's next election rolls around. The peoChristian Tempeance Union broke in ple understand the condition of affairs, with a petition to Secretary Herbert and they won't stand it any longer. to prevent the vassel ftom being I believe in a civil service where the christened with whisky. The grounds examination shall consist of the right of this objection are not exactly clear. response to the two questions: First, Terhaps the temperance ladies knew is the applicant qualified, and second, my policy is he a republican? of a better use for whisky, Siich a and my vote shall be That'sthat line." along preventer of coughs, colds and wet feet. A man up a tree or in any other THE WONDERS OF SCIENCE advantageous position, might suppose that nothing would please the Lung Troubles and Consumption can W. C. T. U more than to see a quart be cured. of whisky trickle harmlessly down tliebiwofa vessel into the ocean. An Eminent New York Chemist and There would not be enough to intoxis Scientist Makes a Free Offer cate the fish. to our Readers. This was the position of affairs whtu Secretary Herbert leit the navy The distinguished New York Chemdepartment and Secretary Long took ist, T. A, Slocum, demonstrating his his place. Then, by what authority discovery of a reliable and absolute cure for Consumption (Pulmonary is not clear, Gov. Bradley, of KenTuberculosis)and all bronchial, throat, tucky, decided that his own daughter lung and chest diseases, stubborn is not coughs, catarrhal affections, general should christen the cruiser. It known whether Miss Bradley favors decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and conditions of wasting away, will whisky or champagne for vessel BOTTLES (all christening purposes, but Miss Rich- send THREE FREE Discovery to any diflerent) of his New a vigorous protest afflicted reader of The Republican ardson enters against being supplanted. She has writing for them. His "New Scientific Treatment" contracted the "signed statement" cured habit. In this public announcement hastimely thousands permanently by use, and he considers it a its she takes the ground that she actual- simple professional duty ,to suffering ly has been appointed sponsor for the humanity to donate a trial of his InKentucky; that while she recognizes fallible cure. Science daily develops new wonthat there has been a change in ad- ders, and this great chemist, patientministrations and that Mr. Herbert ly experimenting for years, has prowas retired before the vessel could be duced results as beneficial to humanilaunch, she fells that Secretary Long ty as can be claimed by any modern will respect the wishes of his prede- genius His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in cessor and will insist ou her christen- any climate is proven by "heartfelt ing the ship, letters of gratitude, "filed in his AmerNow, the matter reverts to Miss ican and European laboratories in Bradley, who seems to have more thousands from those cured in all ol world. gumption and more oi the quality of parts the Medical axperts concede that brona real Kentuckian than all the others. chial, chest and lung troubles lead to This young lady, who is in school at Consumption, which, uninterrupted, Washington, in an interview in the means speedy and ceartain death. Simply write to T. A. Slocum, M. Washington Post, thus states her C, 98 Pine street, New York, giving side of the case: postoffice and express address, and "I regret extremely the uncalled-fo- r the free medicine will be promptly notoriety which has resulted from sent. Sufferers should instant advanthe publication oi so many conflicting tage ol his generous proposition. Please tell the Doctor that you saw stories concerning the claims of Miss his offer in the Republican. Richardson and tuj sell to the honor of christening the 'Kentucky.' The 00 YEARS' EXPERIENCE whole affair reminds reminds me very much ol the traditional 'tempest in a teapot.' "I do not wih to christen the ship nud 1 have written my lather to that tflect, and he has probabl.. received Trade Marks DraiQHB the letter Lelort this. I hope Miss Copyright Ac Anyone Bending a iketch and dMCTiptton mir Richardson will be allowed to do so, quickly ascertain our opinion free whether aa ns I am jure it will give her great inTenuuu ii pruonuij pnifmiaDitj. ujmiuumc Uoni itrlcllr confidential. Handbook on I'atraU nt frftA. Oldest mjtencr foraecurltiff bltenU. pleasure. I know the young lady, Patenti taken throuab JIunn & Co. reoelr fjxrfalnottcf, without charge, tatba ,'ihe is a very beautiful girl and certainly de.'erves the honor which vas scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weeklr. Ijtrjteat clr conferred up m her by Mr Herbert. nil t Inn of &nr iMentlfln InurnaL lermi, 93 a TAkri frtar nmnthi. 1L Rold brail newidealern. "I regrtt the ei.tite tffair exceedMUNN&Co.38'B'"""'NewYor ingly. It hiw caused me great anUrucb Ullct, 626 F St, Washington, I). C. noyance, and I cannot imagine how it FRGBl Jjo.oo IN QOLO, I wish to deny positively started. ClllTliy Illcycle.aald Witch. Diamond Ring, or a Scholarship in one statement win h has appeared in tt- "raugnons uusim College, Nashville, At no time have I several papets VUpiV Texark.ua, Tex., orTenn.,cot a sell stated that I debited to net as nrship In most any other reputable business lege or literary school In the U. S. can be secured sponsor ol the 'Kentucky;' in lact, I by doing a little work at home for the Youths' Journal. would much rather that Miss Kichs It Ivocate. an illustrated semi mnnthlvtone, and Is elevating In character, moral in and profitable to young ardson, or any one else, should act in csptilally interesting interest and profit by peop ople, but read with ple of all ages, htorlct and other interesting that rapacity " nutter ell illustrated. Sample copies sent free. II after rending the views of both Arcius wanted. Address Youths' Aihocate 1Mb Co., Naslnillc, Tcuu. (Mention this paper young Indies in the case the mutter were left to the voter, the chivalrous Kenltickians would one and all drop their ballot lor the demure rchool girl, whose lalylike demeanor is in strong contrast with the demands of MUs Richardson and the tempestuous has demonstrated tea thousand Mints that It la almost Infallible supporters of the Governor's daught- FOR WOMAN'S er. Kentucky takes life too seriously, PECULIAR Elections iti that state cannot be conWEAKNESSEf, ducted without the aid of shotguns, Irrsinlsrltlts and d.ranctraanta. and it teems to be necessary to call It baa become the leadlaf r.mtdr for this class of troubles. It.i.rU out the militia to collect toll at the a wonderfully hsallnr, str.ns.then. lug and soothing Inflrjsnea opon turnpike gates; hut it is earnestly the menstrual organs. It cures hoped that thii "whites" andfalllnaot th. womb. It stops flooding and rsllsrea sop-episode will terminate without fa'al results. Lt it not he made the cause ol a lend between some of the best faimlws in the stite. Evansvllle Journal, Barn-bridge Hartford Republican. President McKlnley has occasion kt gratification in the fact that the fiist year of his administration Is singaliz cd by the exportation to Europe of American tin plate, whose uianufac ture in the United States was brought about by the high protection given to that industry by the law bearing his name and framed under his manage ment. ' , Llko biliousness, dyspepsia, headache. consU-paUoaour. stomach, Indigestion are promptly cured by Hood's rills. They do their work Liver Ills I I the fofe'ru'nnerof consumption. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure it, and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there, 25c at all good druggists. Lnnsr Irritation Yox " J frl fflteWXMS, iSii!i! JV. i U&flWIi xtever CoU rv Jl mJt- nszm2M2wWM -. .JsU.1 larVlaUA The Democrats ate s.idly in need of campaign ammunition for the coming (Jrrnt Jlimlc tiller. congressional fight. The party out of Send us the names and addresses ot power always expects to make nn nir three or more performers on the piano gress-ivcampaign based on the ofli- or organ together with ten cents In cial actions f the patty in power, but silver or postage and we will mall t up to this time the alttiinlsttatlon you ten pieces full sheet music, con- and the Republican congress elected sisting of popular songs, waltzes, arranged for the piano with it have furnished so little mate marches, etc., rial for criticism that the Democratic BLd organ. Address: Popular Music Pub Co , leaders are at a loss lor campaign amIndianapolis, Ind. munition. 15 St I easily and thorduehly. " 1 Best after dinner pills. McenU. All druggists. Prepared by 0. I, Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. The only rill to take with Hood's Sarssparllla. Hood's Jll t II C I 9 The newfotind principles f Democratic faith, government by injunct tion, legislation, aud arbitration iu beltall ol labor, were entirely overlooked by Mr Bryau dating the lour years In which he served in congress. During all that time In which he had opportunities to indicate in n practical way his frlerd-lii- p lor these subjectt, he scarcely opened his lips in regard to them. anti-trus- fr?TTMI Tl''i:, y i,l 1:', II i!f..T' 1I1UVU, nil SEE il IjTjZ uMj il-f- l,i' t WPWR n,.l.,n.v:ir,...ii,.i As- sA jii 'M'bWm Wk THAT THE FAC-SIMILE AMfictablcPrcparatlonror SIGNATURE -- similating ihcToodntuincgttta-lin- g llic Stomachs and Dowels oT OF Ionwte9TKgcsl!on.Ciicctfui-ncs- s Not Narc otic. MKgmaao-swvannwa- and Rcst.Conbins neither Ojmim.Morphino norMlncfal. 2r VAZT?- .mdtT,&T JG&L IS ON THE . JUytm Smi' Who can think ot some slrapl Wanted-- An thins; to patent? Protect your Ideasj they may bring yoa wealth. Writ JOHN WXUDEHllUnN CO. Fateal Attor-Mril.SJO prisa oat WublDilon, D. c, for their and list of two hundred larantlona wanted. WRAPPER OF EVERY tenU at Drnrglsu or by mail ; Mmple. lOe. by mall. XLT DROTUKnS, M Wwrsc Bt, Hsw Tork Cllj. KIT'S CBXAM UJII.M lnspo.lUT.car.. Apply Into the nostrils. It Is qakkj r absorUd. to Idea nthIf - OA8TOIIIA. JUJmt JbMkSJ- iKrmSmJ- - atptlan Halls Ilea fyuc&U ww BOTTTiTi. OB1 forConstlp-tlon, rjucklen'a .krnlei hnle. The Best Salve In the wofld lor Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, FeverSorcs, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, nnd all Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Ptice 35 cents per box. For sale by Williams & Bell. y-- i yr. for Fifty Cents. Guaranteed tobacco habit euro, makes weak men strong, Wood pure. 60o.ll. All druggiata. A Kentuckian's Apcrfccl Remedy Worms .ConvulstonsTevtrish-nes- s sndLoss OK SLEEH TacSimiW Signature of Sour Stomach.Diarrhoca, GASTORIA IsttlM ealr. It Oaiterla Is sp la cns-sl- is allov aajeas to sell la aot still la lali, oa the plea er prenlse taal It ea anTtilnj also s "lest as cood" aid "will anivtr tTtrr psr- - Rheumatism! Prominent Attorney Cives Praise for Relief. NEW Yonic. tit IWt Lucas Tho ovidenco is conclusivo and inMoore. disputable. Mr. E. K. S. tClink-eubear- d Sunerintenden t Public Iustruction- is a prominent young atGeo. M. Davison. torney, residing nt Mt. Stfrling. Register Land Office Chaa. O. Ho is also well known ns n newsReynold. paper man of much ability nnd Insurance Bureau Coraraisaioner-- D. has many frirnds throughout tlm W. Comiugoro. State. The "following letter from Adjutant General D. R. Collier. him will provo of great interest: Brown State Librarian Mrs. Mary "Two yrars nffo I was prwt sunVror Day. from Minimalism. I had tried every COMMISSIONERS. remedy I could hear of cxeept S S. S RAILROAD Hot Springs, Ark., t litre Jno C. Wood, chairman; J. F. I had been to for twehe weeks under I remained Dempsey, H. S. Irwin, Secretary-Sam- uel treatment, but I experienced no permanent rolief. nnd returned home, F. Brown. that I would be a aullerer iw CONGRESSIONAL. long as I lived. At a time when my Senators Hon. William C. Lind- pal tie were almost unbearable, I chanced to rend your advertisement find nat say, Hon. W. J. Deboe. impressed with It mi much that I deciDistrict . Representative Fourth ded to try S. S. 3. I took eleven liottlen Hon. D. H. Smith. and was entirely relieved of nil pain and ticulture nnd Statistics 11 matic cures, thwy do so at the expense of their honlth, for the disease is getting a firmer hold en thrill nil the while. It is foolish General Directory. tooxpect linimenta or lotions to STATB OFFICIALS. It is not diilfbult to eonvinco tho do nny good, for the tliseas is in people of Kontnokyof the meritfl thu blood, and, of omirto, can ntH Governor William O. Bradley. of a remedy when evidence is pre- im rfnchrxl by local applicAtions. Lieut. Governor W. J. Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) ha sented of what it has done right Secretaryof State Charles Finloy. here at home of cures nuule made some remarkable cures of Attorney General W. S. Taylor. among the people wo know. It is HheiiHiatism. It is the beat blood so easy to verify th statementa Auditor Samuel H. Stone. Treasurer Geo. W. Long. mads bolow that there is no need Commissioner of Agriculture, Hor for the slightest doubt to rniiiain. Worth-ingto- EXACT COfT Or WRAPPER. .J . ..'. pots." Til nails Cfl Be tlat jt it Ga&Z7&Zci tin vtsilts. rirr BORN r epiemfcer 18 1841. Fur nmre that) fifty six ycaia it has never failed in its weekly visits to lbs homes of farmers and villagers throucht tho United States. IT HAS faithlully labored lor their prosperity and happmces, for the improvement of their business anil home interests, for education, lor th elevation ot American imtuhnjd .ml true wonianliocd. IT HAS told at the fireside, interesting and instructive stories ol the doiojs ol the viuild, the lutiou nud blutc.i. IT HAS advised tho farmer iib to the must approved methods nf cultivatiis; and harvesting his crops, aud the proper time to convert them into the largest possible amount of money. IT HAS led in all matters pertaining to tho welfare of tanners and villagers, and forever half a century has held their confidence nud esteem. We furnish THE REPUBLICAN and NEW YORK WEEKLT TRIBUNE, both papers take S. 3. S. I wna unable to sit or ittand Senator Hon. A, D. James. with any nse, nnd could not Meep. Representative Ohio County Hon. Since taking the last doe I have hid no return of the Rheumatism, nnd I C. M. Barnett. take nreat pleasure in recommending S. S. S. to nny ono who h:w the misforOHIO COUNTY. tune to suffer with Hheumntlsm." CIRCUIT COURT. BTATE LEGISLATURE. cured permanently. When I began to Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Hon. Owen-bor- o. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Owensboro. T. H. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. G. B. Likens, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Ringo, Maater Commissioner Hartford. G. B. Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. Cal. P. Keown, Sheriff Hartford. Deputies Samuel Keown Hartford Joe Roberta, Fordaville; Thoa. R. Bishop, Centertown; S. T. Steveni, Cromwell. remetlv known, nnd nrnumtlv r ctn . down to the very cause of r"j trou-bl- o the and forces it from the system. Atrial will prove (hat it is the propur for oven th most obstinate caso. 3. S. S. is pwelij There are thousands of snlTerers reuetnble. and in the onlr liloirW from Rheumatism in Kentucky to- remedy guaranteed to contain Re day who, Tike Mr. Cliiikenbeard, mercury, potasii or other mineral hare vainly sought relief, and as ingredient. Hnfika HAtir, frss Ksr flwifl flruu--i da long oa they continue to exjKtri-mei- it with various rheu Compaiiy, Atlanta, Cteorgra. . ONE YEAR DE3Ca,X-tlOrc- a., Address all orders to the IlAttTFORD REPUBLICAN, Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Be Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy olTIIIS NUW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. 3BELy- - MMMMMMtaMIMrtMiMrtMaMHtaHMkaV MISS PARLOA'S COOK BOOKS. MORI THAN HALF A MILLION OF Miss OLO. THEM HAVE BKCN Court convenes first Monday in March and August aud continues three weeks, aud third Monday in May and November two weeka. COUNTY Pirloi's Young Hoasikeipir. Dieai4 especially to aid beginner. Tells how to futv 1 the rinht war to bur nlsh the kitchen teruiblv food and to care for it, etc A plain book for plain people. A book that farmers' wive and daughters will be glad to own. One from which any housewife may obtain an Immenia 5L00 amount of valuable aid t Book. The moot Miss Parloa's thorough Cook Book published. The directions concise. It ii thoroughly prac are clear and tical, perfectly reliable and Ii marked by itronjr good tense. Contains 1,724 receipts, etc. JL50 New Cook m!; 8 1 SI p Do you want any PRINTING? If ),()U 1 Li!iw COURT. John P. Morton, Judge Attoruey-Hartfor- D. M. Hocker, Clerk d. Harttord. Hartford. Monday in ig ceive your orders di we ,u'e ready to rej- E. P. Neal, Court convenes each month. first QUARTERLY COURT. Monday in January, April, July and October. Begina on the third COURT OF Miss Parloa's Kitchen Companloa. compteu compendium of cookery. Marvellously conv S2.50 prchentive and copiously illustrated a in that line. Letter Heads, Dill Heads, ibr.u.y thing U'e print Note Heads, Statements, Citculars, Dodgers, ' CLAIMS. Conveuea first Monday in January, and Tuesday after the second Monday in October. OTHER COUNTY 0ITICER8. rr,n 1 1; Ms) ! tai Utt tiat ftilp-- U Dfis rtulit t rlo. irsir Iria Iiir kiilullir sr tn. c T a,TTPTAT , , BOSTON. . PubUshcfS Business Cards, Visiting Cards, Wedding Invitations, Piescriptiou Blanks, THO KINO OP JUVENILES . . fceek 7.... G. S.Fitzbugh, Surveyor Sulphur Springa. N. (3. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. Z. H. Shultz, School Supt, Hartford. L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Springs. Poorhouae C It, Campbell, Keeper, Hartford. JUSTICES' CHATTERBOX -- 1897 one-tsn- tn Hoise Dills, lack mils. has avsr been mada for youns; paepla which coroparsa la value, r has ka4 tae aaia 01 tnis (raai aaouai. 1 SIX HANDSOME COLORED PLATES ADDED Over 400 Pages. J-20- 0 Pull Pas Illustrations. 5avtral new Btorlsa, each a book 1st Itself, and hundreds of Shert Stories, Aascdetss , Pas ales, Ac. Th best possible CHRISTMAS PRB5BNT tor boys and jtrU of all acts. j In fact everything that you want s and rinted. All work Write or ca at lowest prices. for estimates. first-clas- WniMirilHi A. S. Auli, March 3. June 1. Sep tember J, December 1. JontB. Wilson March C.June 5, September 4. December 4. 0. L. Woodward March 12, June 11, September 10, December 10. Jah. A. Bowlio Murch 20. June 19, September 18, December 18. B. F. Graves March 25, June 20, September 23, December, 24. COURTS. TO THIS YEAR'S VOLUME. Millions of IE REPUBLICAN, j. j. 0J Copies Dfl havo been sold. fiti ns LfcaaSl' s s.tsm.1 Ui I Ordar from your Dookssllcr or of ua. Every Dealer carries It. m ESTES 8c LAURIAT, Publishers, - - BOSTON. Our Clubbing Rates. HENRY FIELD & SON -- i v HAVE OPENED THEIR Tho Republican and the Louisville Commercial. Courier-Journa- l. " and y and ami New York Tribune and Louisville Daily Post Semi-Weekly Semi-WeeklGlobe-Democr- . . .$1.25 .. .- - 1.60 1.25 . . .' 1.75 2.75 ' tat)ssagMtSBsBMtJSSasstMBaststtiajBaMMtst 88l cruiser-christeni- i..s.ss.ys.ssss.s.ii.i awwxiwsi. S)ANDY CATHABTIC t'liiijtcil Ul Iciira, f 11 25 ve.ua with a cnuiMi ami pent hundtftdfl ol dollars with n tor medicine to no avail iloct " uiit'l I iiihkI l)r Hell's I'me Tar Hon ey Mils reme lv makes weik Inn ,s tu lile J R, Mfiir IthK-mHuSKU.. Urnntsmirg III. I hiiT-im- I -- aTVfc. 1 iniior ItrliiiH on ili cm I Nervier. We are glad to see Senator Oeboe take a positive stand against the civil service measure He speaks In no uncertain tones agait st the law and cannot he tuisutidtrstood. Ills em phalic denunciation ol the law will meet with approval Irrm all sections ol his own state. Ills voice 011 this ore thing la thevoireol all Kentucky, f r democrats as well republicans de- Hi jm-Uor- ttml, a&drtit, rivtftf tymptoml, "a.to Ittvarlmnl," Tk CMUnft Ul4-wtt- ts Co., Ouitunovo, Iron. Camilla, I. Rt. J. W. SMITH, Wlnsol CsrOulC, homi mil "Mr Mill ui.d tl lor falling ol tk womb an4 It latlfslj prsitsd tad palatal miastriatloa, For Chaos;, if Ijf.-l- t la lb. bast msdlclu. mid. It Is btntaalal during pregnancy, and h.ls. to bring .hlldrsa Into horn barrsa for yisrs, It UtlroraUs, stint. lata., strsnitasaa (n. wh.l. sjs-tt-n. This great taraadr ia BtraJ .(Dieted weaa.a. t. allwoasaa siKtr aaeUitrWay will aay salaala wlilt csrt.ia r.lM wllhla ihAI If Id f C.rdat'oaly est. ft. 01 pi your drag .tore, bottle at Tvr adtUt, tn turn rvutria aswttl Hn (As MjBKeM 'isiiiiiiiiiiflliiWaaliiiifliliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiVkl .s l............fin..n. A fine new OMNIBUS will meet all day trains at Beaver Dam. All orders promptly attended to, gtiaranteea a comfortable ride, corner Market and Utt!rn;Htretf, HartrVrdJ AOaUliUlliUI UUlnAlfiliUtl,e,asMrrlserrlHAatcaaMaairBataralnsaltsv STKBI.NPBIWTOo,.CVI..ssUMl,C.,all.wIorar slsaalVMkl.lfr... a " i. skat- a .i mai . HI. tt A To txL xx'Oxaa. Beaver JDckiool. An elgant LAR GEST NORMAL SCHOOL IN THE SOUTH po.dlnrte raousH TtAcHtRi'ocitNrinc rauaiHt in itrft ciuidair," ieave riutr airinas j mi) can vehicle and r MuJteJ&tS&cijtu) Ario classic coursm. Jydfcty'tfp fyj"'' tur.:"law f .... 7i Catlou( err?ZZwa? rjouaiuu s HyWUS0bUtN,tm jmmr im f t - rri.9. mv rtm kj mm .aa arj.r-sr- mt - w m sa J