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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1897 hao1897122401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1897 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. MOTHE There ti and about which such tender and holy recollections cluster as that of " Mother " she who watched over our helpless infancy and guided our first tottering step. Yet the life of every Expectant Moth, cr is beset with danger and all effort should be made to avoid it. s0 assists nature I I is no word so full of meaning The Haeteord Republican. OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY IN THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. PlluFKliblOAAl OAI'D pilY IIAH'ISOHII. M. L. HrjAVjiiN. IIEAVRIN JT lit. AW Mother s mB E. I ft B i dread, suffering or gloomy forebodings, to the hour when she experiences the joy of Motherhood. Its tftc insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child, and she is found stronger after than before confinement in short, it "makes Childbirth natural and easy," as so many have said. Don't be persuaded to use anything but IK II II rlI IVIIU warj without blcd to look EH ff the irs; Expectant VOL. X. COURT OF CLAIMS. Otter, HARTFORD, KY., FltlDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1897. Chick, KM A A No. 22. Will iiructiLe hlaproitaaiLi, in Ohio nuil adjoining cuuntiea, ni.tl court oi Appeals. Special ntteiition givtu collections. Oilice east side ol tur.'i square. f Sm i.by Taylor. M o t h c r is cna- for- - MOTHER'S FRIEND "My wlfo differed more In ten minutes with either of her other two children than she did altogether with her last, having previously lined four bottles of 'Mother's Friend.' It is a blessing to any one expecting (o a MOTHKH," says a customer. Hkndekson Dam, Carnil, Illinois. Of nniRglita at 11.00. nr tent l'T mall on receipt of rrlco. Write fnrlwokrontalnlniMritlmonlali anil raluauls Information for all Motliera, free. Tha Dridfltld IUnaUlorCo., Allaala, Ga. Wanted-- An ProtectiAiim ynurldtt .. Wviirtviininu'& t.rlo prf.i.tlit WMbtntfm. - thy thtlr n$J.ftu iu-. wraith. prig offer fi7i.lUt ot tvto l.for and hundred lnrentloDi wantVl, ttMERCHANT . Idea &3$ Kiturato Yonr Itntrrla With rna.tre!a. I'a.liarllc, euro constipation foroter. I0e,3c. JIU.0.C fall, ilrufcUu refund money GROVEL A. "" 0r TASTELESS La 18 aiLATU, ILLS., Nor. 1C, 1ST3. Iar1i M4lclno Co., tu I.011H, Ho. nno ld liul Tear, botlloa ol fientlemem Wi (UU)VK-TASTRI.HJH CHILI. TONIC uj biT. tMiuabt thrpo cru. already lata rear. In all oar ex-- I orient of 14 roan. In the- drug bulnoM, Lata noTtr told an an tela thai sara men unlrer. al tatla a4tloa aa juar Tuule. iouti tmlr. ABMtr.CAKa A Co. For nale hv J H Williams . JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. WARRANTED. PRICE CO cts. TONIC JLtiffiffiSHKI aHlf. H HJ LL Krl3ililTlKlTIJIf wttinn.naBjHBjsaaaHB9sBCTCt3ss UliOTHS hiusawii ram luc SUxflHHM laKr Pn J I '.Til II F.Ti 1(,ietwi 'faTTiia. Lnuuwy.t if I ask b fmu mnn'MA :v aKHAfMms: guaiWL V"iuii.ua itr If imtiTt auwdrai .HORiUI- xww ky.llTTVW &! .rffT 1 fit trtaaLwx, mHirxrad UWiih! kH0MW 1 Howp Study tho IPAorttrrathy, br Henn Pitman and Icrome U. 1 1 IowarJ. A perfect self- liutructor, Overtw.ooo I copies told. For tile br all booksellers or we will I send ll. by maJl.nost-ruId- . Iwlth the I'hencrrapilc 'Ktadir and the Fisnt' frafhie Cofy Book, for Jx.as. THE UENN PITMAN SYSTEM has for 43 years been the standard. Called by the U. S. Dureau of Education "Tit Amir-Uc- m Stttm." First prlre, World's Fair. Full Information and complete catalog free. THE I'lIONOGKAl'lIIG INSTITUTE CO., CINCINNATI, OHIO. ifi,1!1 tI.Hi'j' 'iiitiiiff DM.&K. The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS III OHIO, 250,000 Cured, WECURESTRICTUREi ATA TtiAnaanil tt vAiinrv nnl mtil.tlft menare truubloJ itlithla dbcaio many Itl unconiclouily, 1 her may lia o a iiuart- Mtrn.1 itif amatioD, fDia.i, ininunff iiroam, iiirn eutiiniT dqiiii ai mncii. fiitrut ui uiuivuii vuaii emlf stnna, iu a,4isiuvntiiit n vuit B O and Hit tlio yinittoni)i orffani, of nervou debility thcT havo hi ItlC- TUUi:. lion't let doctor ciperlmcnton you, br cuttlnff, itrctctiing, or leariui 'lhTnllinnteuroynu,naltnlllro i urn. Our mi:v MUTIIOU 'i iiha i. 1 J MUNT aDHOrbl tha itrlcturo tlwue henco removal thaitrlcturoi(rmaDcnllr. It can novr return, No ruin, no uillcr- - P inr, no detention from buiinoia l;y our A motbod. 'iDsiaiuaiorianiaratirrncin. nail. Th nerve ato iinlgoraluJ, an J tha bllia c( manhood returna. raj ij I 8 .ThAuiamliftf vnutiar anil Inlilille-aact- l men aro bat log their itxtml lfr ami vitality continually rapieu it inn uie oaia, TLcr aro frequently uuconicloua ft tha cauie o theiu ryuitomi. Ucnern I WeakneM, unnatural iiucunrger, 1 1111. lux Manhood. Ncrvouincf", l'uor Now. ory, Irritability, at tluio Binarllnisrien. Billon, Hunkin JJyei. wllh dark urclc'. Weak Hack, Ueneral Hcnrcnlon, l.arlt of Ambition. Vinlcoeele, hhrmilriL l'art". etc. ulVXL' ant KTUU I Ullli nay bo tho caue. Dou't ooniult family doetori, ill tliey hiia no,ctricuco In theia ipoclal illieatpa ilon't 0 loir Uuarkito experiment on yuu. Comult KiwoialliK who lii o matte u lif o tthly of DiMarciotMonanilM'niuen. OurNKH MbTHOll 'i'lUUTMlIIU' will, Mil. tlrely euro you. Una thoutaml dollar (or a caio wo accept for treatment ami einnotcure. Term moderate torn cure, -- WECURE GLEET CURES GUARANTEED htkiotuhi:, istt'orKKuv, rkciikt, JUIAIMH. linNATIIllAliDIBIillAIUi-K3KIllRKY ami 11LAII IKK Ili;aW, fiiui;. jiuuin ciiNMiiirATiuN Y treat anil pur.! EMISBIDKR. VAIliniOIlM!, RYI'HIMH, (IM'.I.T. 5N FIIKM If unable to call, IIKHTION llbAHK (or TJtUATMUl nrlte for J1UJ1U Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. xreia. I 00 Hodge J I " I so Newton, Ben viewer 4 50 Hardwlck, W G clerk ol election 2 00 O'Bannon, J W clerk of election 2 00 HARTI-URI)- , KY. 2 25 Calhoon, Sam . 2 00 Owen, T II sheriff ol election 50 Holbrook, J U si me A list ol claims nttowed hy I he Cluck, Wm ' C plowlngon road . . 4 50 . . . 151 Hunter, S T sheriff of election . 3 20 Overton.J Perry Westerficld, Ohio Fiscal Court at its October term Casehier, J M Judge ol election 2 00 Harder I I dame 9 00 viewer I 00 Patton. C M . . . . 2 00 Cnisoii, Jo L h.ime 4SO Htinley, E P t 00 Potts. Wm 1896: BkavehDam, Ky Patterson, Albert " 2 00 Hardin. C E 1 00 Chlnn, Jas T 1050 V V plowing on road $150 Acton. Payne, S M 4 50 2 00 Hardin, T J " 1 00 same . . . . Acton. S S K. WEDDING 3 co Carson, CT Mr. Lincoln Nelson, of Marshfield,Mo., ' 2 00 Howard Chas witness in road suit 1 00 Plummer, D 150 writes: "For six years I have been a . . . . " Acton. V W 3 00" Crowder, C G " 2 00 Hocker, D M per aiem 9 00 sufferer from a scrofulous affection of . 15 00 Same, " Austin, li G 5 25 Coppage, U , 0O the glands of my neck, and all efforts Hahtfohii, Ky. Cooper, El 2 00 Hocker, Jos claim ol 1894 " 2 75 Pate, Jno W 1 " Ashby, Elmore 5' of physicians in Washington, D. C, Will practice his piolt'Bwion in all 1 Chapman, H II she rid election . 265 Hocker & Co clothing for pauper 6 00 Petty. Fred 111., and St. Louis failed to the 50 SnrineCeld. " Same 4 5" courts oi Ohio and adjoining ' . . 2 00 Heavrin.M L Sheriff settlement 25 00 Payne, Jno Jr 525 reduce the enlargement. After six counties. Also lN'oUry Public. Same " 3 00 Chapman, W L clerk months' constant treatment here, my ' 1 00 3 00 physician urged me to submit to a reOffice, iu Uoiumercinl Hotel. Hartford Republican, printing 68 80 Petty, Estll Allen, D II 4SO Chick, A L viewer ' 6 00 moval of the gland. At this critical mof Carter, R I) Margaret Ashby . 15 00 Same, " " 8550 Pollard, Grant Arm.itrong.Oscar 3 00 a friend 1 :m:. 50 ment laying aside recommended S.S.S., I oo Carter, W II Rummage & wife 40 00 Hocker D M Clerk's fees . . 317 04 Patton, TJ Austin, J A viewer d and prejua 1 50 ' 2 00 Iglehcart, David plowing on road 2 25 Parks, J W dice against all patent medicines, 1 beR i oo Cox, II O team on road . Ashby, E same I 00 Iglcheart, B T julge of election 2 00 Plummer, Elijh 150 gan its use. Before I had used one bota 00 Cook, J L 2 guide boirdj " Anderson, R A HARTFORD, KY. tle the enlargement began to disappear, 1 So ' Jackson, Jike plowing on road . 3 00 Potter, J L II Judge of election . 2 00 Campbell, C RAlmshouse Alford, I' and now it Is entirely gone, though I am Will practice his profession in all th keeper . . 876 61 Johnson, Wm same ' 3 75 not through with my second bottle yet. courts of Ohio and adjoining counties 2 25 Plummer, SB same . . . . 2 00 Austin, V II jaroiui attention will be given to a Pierce, A B 3 00 Had I only used your S.S.S. long ago, 1 50 " s 00 DavenportJ W plow on to id . . 451 Jackson, Wm " Aull. AS I would have escaped years of misery business entrusted to his care. Daugherty.D E same Col 4 50 Johnson, AG Park, R P 3 00 and saved over $150." 1 50 " Same, medicine lor pauper . . 7 85 1 50 " . . . . 2 00 This experience is like that of all who lections a specialty. Office over Ohio ', Jones.Chas . . . . 2 30 Daugherty.Wade 75 Pirtle, J R judge of election Sjiuc oil &c for grader d blood troubles. County Bank. Also Notary Public. suffer with, election ." S'ttie, testing grader .1600 Oavisson Wallace" . .. . . . 1 50 James, W B judge 'of election . 2 00 Phillips, S L sheriffof election . 3 65 The doctors can do no good, and even " 2 00 their resorts to the knife prove either Parks, W Q clerk of 3 00 Jones, W R . 2 00 same . 20 00 Davissou, Clias 3E3. Same, Royal, a pauper . . . . 675 Davissin,Sam Sr " 2 00 fruitless or fatal. S.S.S. is the only Same, per diffa 10 00 Paxton, Wayne same . 15 00 Same, per dletu real blood remedy; it gets at the root of " . . 2 25 Same, bridge at Narrows 50 00 Plummer, S P road bed . . . 10 00 the disease1 ana forces it out permaBaker, Tice plowing on road . . 1 5u Oavisson DC Davisson, Wallace" 300 lames, S M Emily Shields . . 20 00. Patton, G H road bed &fencing 40 00 nently. same Bennett LP 3 00 HARTFORD, K.Y. S.S.S. (guaranteed purely vegetable) . . . t . 7 S' Same team to grader I so Johnson, T F bridge at Hines ' 4 So DeWcese. Lal.tyet " Bean, W T Will practice his profession in the Mill 200 00 Same " I 50 2 00 Dodson.J B Btme Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn 1 So " Same, 100 is a blood remedy for real blood troubles: ties. " Special attention given to ol 3 00 Jones, Armistead att'y fee . . 15 00 Patton, J T 2 25 Davis, N B " Bean. C V ' 75 it cures the most obstinate cases of lections. Office in Courthoute. " 9 00 Kissinger, Peter plow on road . 4 so Same, Bo'swell, C T " 3 00 Daniel, Wade CnAfi.li. Y?jamm rnj.A Uli.nm.H.m ' 1UH.UUUIIWUJ, .tUUl VUk 4 50 Ramsey, C W plowlngon road . 1 50 W.4U1MU, 6 00 KuykendoltJ H same " Davis, J H 1 50 Baker.Ticc blood remeetc., which other JNO. B. WILSON, 1 50 Same, same " Kirk, W G 1 3 00 " 50 dies fail to touch. S.S.S. gets at the " 4 50 Duke, Robert Bean, Caleb W ' Kelley, A P lands &c . . . . 140 00 Rhoads, George 150 root of the disease and forces it out per " Duke, Jacob 75 " 7 50 Bean, II B manently. Valuable books will ' 3 00 be " HARTFORD, KYT 9 00 Keown, Sam Jo S Miller . . . 2000 Rosson, C W " sent free 9 00 Duke, J A Beau.Thos II 2 00 Robertson, Chas W " Daniel, EM 450 to any address 00 Keene, W C clerk of election . 3 6 75 " Barnes, J P SPECIAL attention given to ' I 50 by the Swift making abstracts, Ac. 2 25 Riley, J R " I 50 King, F M team to grader . 6 00 Davisson, DC " Barnes, W II Specific Co., Ataleo Notary Public for Ohio County. ' . same 75 lanta, Ua. 3 00 Riley, Wm J Dodson. J U team to grader . . 4 00 Same, 1 5 " Ball, William Mm-,Kiirm Kino or pu one square. ' 6 to Keown, C P executing orders . 34SO Rock, Shelby " 5 25 Duncan, David judge of election 200 Blown, I S 6 00 Eucll, 'A' P plowing on road . . 1 50 Lanham, Jno Wplowinglon road 4 50 Rhoads, W H Jti. 1. LEE S1MMEBMAN. 75 Brown, Luther W Thomas, 3 00 same same 600 Richardson, J H ' 5 25 600 Leach, R P Baize, J II 3 00 Edwards, W A same 11 Thomas, JO 150 ' 2 25 Reid, D B 5 25 " Embrey, AM 3 00 Leach, IIS " Balxe, W.W 3 Tichenor, O H 7 50 1 50 Same Haiitfoud, Ky. " 900 Ren fro w.Mark sheriffof election 2 85 " 3 75 Harly, Geo Same, 9 00 "yill practice his profession in all the same 3 20 Taylor, HL " Evans, S W 00 Loney. R JJ 150 Royal, T D 1 50 3 " Brown, C N ' 3 00 Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties 2 55 Tichenor, A T 3 00 Render, W P Sr " Ellis, J P 1 5 9 00 Liyd, Wm " Bullock, John Loyd, Jas 3 00 Collections carelully and promptly at-- 3 3 00 Roach, J H judge oi election . . 2 00 Taylor, H P Emery, Albett " 3 75 1 50 Boyd, J B Office with T. J. Smith Rogers, Luther same Same, Lod,Tarlton 00 tended tn 1 50 200 1 Brown, E P 50 Ellis, W P clerk ol election . . 2 00 . ,A & Co., Market Street. ' Ragland, J II 2 00 Turner, L P 12 OO A OO Evans, Jacob Mary E Evans . 20 00 Leach, W L 1 50 Haines, E S ' 2 00 Taylor, 0 O Loney, L B 3 00 150 Rhoads, D J VICKERS, " 3 00 Foieman. Wm plowing on road 2 5 Brown, Albert ' 2 00 Turner, J W Lanham, SJ 1 50 3 00 Render, J L Foteman, E D tame 150 " 3 00 Boyd, J B 2 25 Reid, L clerk of election . . . . 200 Tatum.EV " 7 50 300 Lawrence, Robt Blown, Albert 300 Faught, NJ Hiirtford, Ky., same Rowan, A C 1 00 2 00 Tinsley, W S L,eacu, w viewer " 3 00 150 Will practice his profession in Ohio 5 25 Same Berryman, W W . . . 3 00 Loyd, Thos Rogers, Luther viewer 1 00 " Ferguson, W J " 7 5 Tichenor, L W 3 75 and adjoining counties. " 3 Benton, Til Special at- Lanham, Quint " t 00 Thomson, Jess . 1 00 Raflerty, B F 1 5 " 600 Fulton. J II 2 25 tention given to all business entrusted " Benton, Quint ' 1 oo Royal, . 1 00 " I 50 Lindley, Warren Office in Republican 1 50 FulkersonJ J Tyler, G A 1 GO to his care. " " Butler, Henry 1 00 . 2 00 Same building. 1 " Same 50 Loney, L B judge of election " Taylor, J P 3 " Boyd, John 4 50 Lyons, H H same . . . 2 00 Render, W P extra fence &c . 50 00 1 So " Felix, J F " Thomas, E P judge of election 2 00 Bellomy.W B 3 Lindley, H J C in't on note . ARMISTEAD JONES, 1 50 4 50 Fuq-ta- , " 240 00 Ralph, James damages J II " Brown, W I 4 5" Taylor, Clay 2 00 eamo Letncr 15 00 3 00. Reid.HuydeD&CiiE-nil3 00 Murphy, A G plowing on road 6 00 Foreman, Frank " " Holing, J A Toll, RP 200 ssme 2 25 Renfrow.Fitzhugh VirgilSutton 40 00 " 3 00 oame Fuqua. G II 1 50 HARTFORD, KY.. Boling, Ffcd T " Turner, J W 200 Will practice all M G5 " 3 00 Riley, S T oil tor grader 7 So Murphy, W the Courts ot Ohio " 3 00 Fentress, F P Bennett, L V Tinsley, W S sherifl of election 2 40 and adjoiniug in counties. 675 Rose, W D repairing grader. . 5 25 Special at3 75 Martin, W E Bellamy, J A 9 00 Ford, WW Taylor, Warren same 3 00 tention given to collections. Miller, Henry.T Office 3 00 Stevens, I C plowing on road. . 2 25 Bean, Henry W " 5 25 Frey, Bruno sheriff of election . 3 00 " Tichenor, SJ 250 with County Attorney. . 3 00 Matthews, Nat'l 3 00 Stewart, R A same 3 00 same " Bennett, L I) 3 75 Felix; J T Taylor, W B clerk of election.. 1 00 J E judge ol election 3 00 Shultz, JM 2 00 Marlow, C C " 3 00 " Baize, Worth 3 75 Ferguson, To Cure Conitlpatlon Vorover. Thomson, GB same 2 00 election 2 00 Same Take Coacareta Candv Cathartic. lOo or Ko. 150 Shultz, Jen F 1 GOO " Bennett. T W 50 Fulkerson, J H clerk of if C C. C. fall to cure, drugeliita refund mouey. ' Taylor, E P 2 00 2 00 May, C W same 150 Shioids, W H " Bamard, Thad 3 00 Ford, J W 4 50 Taylor, R S Same 1 00 viewer 7SO 2 25 Foster, Isaac Molley Ntitman . 10 00 " GOO Bryant, Wm F. H. HEAVR1N & CO., Proi-'Shields, T Q " Tajlor, W A 7 50 100 Ford.W S damage in road suit 74 75 May, Junius " Barnard. L T 9 7 50 Satterfield, J O Taylor, HL damage by road . GO 00 election . 2 00 Same ISO " Baize. J II I) ) 5 25 Goodall, L R judge ol G, S. "RALEY. 4 50 6 00 Stereos, L A Thompson, R B Stewart& sister 50 00 Gains, W S sheiiQ ol election . 3 60 McKinlcy, B P 1 so " Burdett, A M P. H. HEAVRIN, J clfir,.B 2 00 2 25 Shrove, JasN same . . . . 3 60 Martin, K II Taylor.J P conveyingMrs Ggles- Burdctt, G M 3 00 Gilmore, J P 150 3 00 Shrcve, P T by to the asylum 8 0 Godsey, L W clerk of election . 2 00 Massie, J L ' 2 25 Same, -- NEW3 75 Taylor, Jno X oil &c for grader 2 25 Same, 95 Green, W J plowing on road . . I 50 Monroe. J H " F F Black. 3 75 Sharp, M F ' 4 50 Taylor, Shelby lamp for court 150 same 3 00 Massie, J L ' Bxize, Mark 4 50 Gray, J W GOO " 3 00 Smith, T A house 3 50 Griffin, WT 3 75 Medcalf II C x B " Hrnwn,;A 50 3 00 Toomawon, Jo additional fence 40 00 3 75 Smith, B F . . 35 00 Miles. J T Gilmoie, J P road btd " Boswell, Stant 9 00 " 6 00 Shroader, II D Gotl, W P Chas Shoulders . . 20 oj Martin, AC 150 Wilson, R 1) plowing on road . . 1 50 701 to 715 w. 1 00 Uarnard, E P viewer 1 SO " . . . Miller. Wm F 1 00 3 00 White, 0 C Stroube, J W Graves, B F viewer 3 75 same 1 00 . . . . Bishop, I oh n M " LOUISVILLE, KY. Mintoti, . . . 4 5 Sauderlur, John 7 5o White, W A 3 00 " . . . . 1 00 Same, Delilah Patton . . . . 20 00 Mercer, Hardin Beuuell, J C G A " 2 50 Sneddeu, Richard Same, testing grader . . . . 16 00 3 00 Same 1 co 3 00 Ratos $ 1 .OO per day. Bennett. Reuben " . . . . " 3 00 Simpson, J W Roductlon by tho tho wook Same, per diem 15 00 Moore, J M 3 00 Wilson, R B 1 00 " . . . . 6 00 Bell, AG " . . . 3 75 Stewart, on road . I 50 Same H 3 00 Wallace, 0 P 2 00 Hudson, S A plowing Btown, Wm Iu lp,c ol election 2 25 Street t ' cars from all dermis pass tho . . . Miller Geo W 1 50 75 Sapp, Alfred same 3 00 Wilson, T G 2 oo Hocker, Jo Boswell, C F bame 3 00 door. In center of wholesale nnd to-- i " 6 00 Mattin. R B 5 25 Hoover. W T 2 00 " Brown, W L Shaver, Felix 7 75 Wedding, C T GOO bacco trade. 11 ly Moote, E P clerk ol election 2 00 3 " 2 to Hoover, Thos Battle' t D B Smith, J Z 100 Withers, John viewer 150 same 2 00 50 Mason, Lee Bill, A J slieiilTof election . . 200 Hudson, R C H 2 00 Welk, CP. . . 3 00 Martin, R B bheriff ( f elecloin . 3 20 Stewart, J 2 25 Hersey, S J 2 25 Burnett, S T same Stevens, T A 100 Whittioghill, O.T 5 25 same 3 20 B 00 Miller, R A 3 " Brown, J S 3 60 Houaid.S Stum, II A 100 Whittinghill, 5 25 " 2 65 4 So Morgan, J T Biankenship.RWclerk election 200 Hudson, R F Stevens, W F 2 00 Wells, C P 3 00 1 50 Miller. Jas II judge ol election . 2 00 Baird. C T witness in road suit 1 00 Hinton, Wm Same, extra fence &o 15 00 Webster, J A 6 75 F. O. AUSTIN, M'g'r., Morrisson, J II same 1 5 200 Hoover, J T 2 00 Baize, Jno H house, for election 100 00 Ward, L M 3 00 531 west Markot " Miller, W II 2 00 Same, Tom Baird G 4 So Stroot Bo B tck, T II Jailer fees . . . . 62 70 Hoover, L ' 4 00 2 00 Southard, J B judge of election 2 00 Same, 3 00 Murphy, Taylor Birnes, Jno II in't on uote , no 50 Haynes, I T twnon 5th and 6th, same 2 00 Wiggiugton " 2 00 Stevens, SL 3 00 50 Mason, R Berton, E P hauling lumber 150 Same, " " 2 00 Stewart, J 2 00 Wellcr.JT 2 25 Hamilton, W M 3 00 Massie, J L Bennett, W G Hudson, a pauper 20 00 ' . . 75 00 Stewart, EG 2 00 Same 4 50 9 00 Martin, Geo Amanda Black, A W Ad'm Jailer fees . 232 00 Howard, W F I 50 Same, Chestei field Dattgherty 25 00 Stewart, L L Bheriff of election 2 4O White, E L R. L. BAKER 8 25 Bennett, Robtclothiiig&cpnuper 22 00 Hawkins, lohn 10 00 Stewart, J J Jane Evans Ac 4800 Ward, W G AND Clerks: 3 75 Same, Lura Smith 3 00 Batnes, Byron house for election 2 00 Hudson, R F T. O. BAKER. 1000 Samo, MSCain Hickey, Thos 3 00 Maddox D A Mrs Rogers 00 3 500 Wade.OE Baize, Jnn H house for election 2 00 40 00 Same, Mrs. Goodman 1 50 McKinlcy, Jo Wm Sharp . 20 00 Williams, S D 3 75 Tint; taiim: i. c. it. it. ueaveu . 5 00 Same, Bean, G J pauper coffin IA3t KY. Satah Nelson . 20 00 1 50 Same, Same, John Walson 3 00 Wedding, J T 3 00 Bank of Hartfoid iim't ol note 51s 33 Hines, Sam , Taking eflect Nov. 28, '97. Same, John King . . 1000 Same, clothing pauper . . 3 00 Hoff.Jno W NORTH DOUND. 9 95 Wakumnd, A C Boling. Jas A per diem 150 15 00 Susan Rummage 2000 Same, bouso for electien 6 00 Same, Express 4:51 a.m. 2 00 Wilson, J G Carter, R B plowing on road . . 3 75 Helm, J T 3 00 I,ocal Freight C I pauper child i 3 00 8:38 a.m. Hoover, J S 3 00 Maxie Southard, Dock Geo Faught.. 10 00 Wedding, O T Crume, C W same 3 00 Accommodation 3 00 0:55 Pm. 6 00 Moxley.P A lock&c for ballotbox 45 Hickey, Robert Shultz, Elijah Hineelf & wife 10 00 Ward.DE " Cooper. J II 3 00 7:26 p.m. 150 Gasl Mail Hoover, V B 4 50 Nelson J P judge ol election . . 2 co Chamblis.1, W L " SOUTH DOUND. Shultz, Z 11 salary 850 00 Westerfield, P M 3 00 150 6 00 Nelson, Setn clerk ot election . 2 00 Hatler, V M Mail 10:24 a.m. Cole, W S 300 Helm, W A 150 East on road . . 3 00 Stevens, C H extra fence Ac. 15 00 Same Accommodation 4 So Neal, G A plowiug 11:00 a.m. Clark WA 3 co 3 00 Local Freight same 2 25 Thomas, Wmplowingon road.. 150 Wedding, OT 2:45 Hamiltati, Wm 300 Same 00 C.y, Alvey 9 10 24 p m. Westerfield, I K 150 Express tjatn Same, damage by road . . . . 20 00 forThe 10:24 a. m. pointswill not stop passengers lor not beyond Williams,Gross clerk ot election 2 00 Central City. 2 00 Williams, A I came Wilcox, W II BheiifTof election 2 !)5 Henderson route Louisville, lleuder- t.on and St Louis Railway Company 3 GO Time Curd effective May Whtttlugbill, O T same 30, 1897. Wood ward, U L judge of election 2 00 EAST BOUND No. 42 46 44 2 00 samo Walker, 7:56am 8:55pm 2 00 ( Lv St Louts Whittinghill, RB " Evansville 6:50am 2:21pm 2:45am 2 00 White, Sylvester Henderson 7:15am 2:46pm 3:10am Spottsville 7:38am 3:07pm 2:28am Ward, Ilez'kiah hauling water.. 5 25 Owensboro 8:18am 3:44am 4:00am 100 Wukelaod, A O viewer Hawtsville 9:17am 440pm 4:50.1m " Walker, J R 100 Cloverpoit 9:4511111 5:03pm 5:10am . . Irvlugtoii 10:45am 6:03pm 5:571m 100 .. , Williams, Larkiu 100 ArLonlsville 12 35pm 7:45pm 7:30am WlJST UUUNO " . 100 Woller, GA No. 41 43 45 CO Lv.Louisville . 2 Ward, LM 7:30am 4:50pm 8:23pm Brandenbutg 8:510111 6:09pm 9:30am Wilson, J U damage by road. 10 00 Irvlngton 9:15am 6:43pm 9:52am 60 00 Wc etei field, Wm same Stephenport 9:51am 7:20pm 10:21am Woodward, O L per diem . . , 15 00 Cloverport io:nnm 7:39pm 10:26pm Hawesvllle 10:354m 8:04pm 10:58pm 15 00 same . . Wilson, Jont O Samo testing grader ... 10 00 Owensboro lliisam 9'ospni 11:48pm Spottsville 12:17pm 9'47pm 12:23pm Wakeland, T O repairing grader 3 00 Henderson 12:40 iowopm 12:45pm Evansville 1:15pm to;.topm 3:45pm Williams, A I house lor election 2 00 7.20pm Woodward, 0 L holding inquest 6 00 Ar St Louis 7:32pm All trains run through solid to Wilson, J W conveying prisouer Evansville. Through Parlor Cars ALL J0c to asylum 300 and Pullman Sltepera on all trains I between St. Louis, Evansville and A copy attest: DRUGGISTS. 25c 50c Louisville, No, 41 and 41 connects D. M. HOOKEU, O. O, O. U at Irvlngton for PordsvlUe and Har- By OSOAR BISHOP, D 0. dmsburg dally evenpt Sunday, " " " ... 300 1 .... Beware Ktforneys at Law Attorney at Law a. 4 IAH0R, Oi the Knife. .... ... ... ...... Attorney at Law, deep-roote- Attorney at Law, o. KA.i3srE.a:a?t" .... ... ... ... ...... .... 1 I deep-seate- ... ... ... 3P. 3J3S3SlI., Attorney air &w, ..... A Real Blood Remedy. , sss Attorney at Law - J Attorney at I aw I ..... ..... Attorney at Law, J.B. r ... ... WW. Attorney at Law ... ... b ..... '.... .... "... ... ... ... PHOENIX HOTEL. Mirk9t3t. ... ... J ...... .... . SplG TJ AUSTIN HOTEL J TJ Ba-z- Louisville, Ky. ... ... ... .... P-- PLEASE TRY JR w.-- ..... CANDY CATHARTIC , I I . r for contesteo Ander- A Dill to Improvo and Roform ttiin ot duty was over. I found a tho Civil Sorvlco. nourishing repast till a settled peace Likens and bis attorneys to tho The following bill was introduced sounded to provide every fiber of my FRIDAY, DUCUMUnR 24, 1897. contrary notwithstanding. la the United States Senate by Hon. being. The hnrbor that seemed so Offloo on Fox Stroot. Tun editor of a Texas weekly W. J. Deboc, of Kentucky. drear in the fog seems filled with Be It enacted by the Senate and poesy nnd hope Stately barqes aud IkMinl i:rr.v ill Ilnrllnril, Ky newspaper recently left tho compositors short a column of copy and tho House of Representatives of the Unit-- J brigs glide mnjefllcnlly before the Editor. "devil," who had only been employed States of America in Congress asJAS. A. ANDERSON mooting barge. Of course there nre many coal barges, derricks, scows, filled in sembled. Subscription, $1.26 por yoar ed on tho paper a ow dnys, That the Act entitled "An Act to and tugs, but they ate not worth nt Hartford with n list nf tho paper's delinquent regulate and Improve the civil service lltiteretl nt the post-offimentioning. The poet or nuvtlist subscribers with tho amount of ar- of ns second class ninll matter. the United States," approved Jan- doesn't see these things. I have noth- When tho paper of each. rearage uary sixteenth, eighteen hundred and I ing to do for twenty four hour now. Mit. Likens' contest caso lias cost camo nut tho infuriated editor rushed eighty-thre- e, ncdall the amendments I shall work at that most of the time. lite htnest tax payers of Ohio county down to tho oflico nnd fired tho "dev- thereto, be, and the same are hereby, When off duty the hnrbor sights, But a few days repealed, il ' in short order. about one hundred dollars. , In the night, when no fog obscures the later when tho humiliated delinquents j Sec 2. That from and after the lights, is On entirely out of sight. Mn. G. 15. Likr.ns has been beaten began to flood tho office with bank passazc of this Act all appointments the tiortheast the lights of the Brookthree times this year for Circuit notes tho editor ordered tho foreman to office In the various Departs lyn Bridge, sweeping my field glass Clerk and yet ho is not satisfied and to go down to tho telegraph oflico and ments of the Government of the from East to West across the World lias tnl;cn an appeal from tlio Contest wire tho "devil" to corao back to his United States, save only to such of-- building golden done; the bright solI r. - . lionrd. job. "Advertise for him in onr next iitca us icijuiru uuujin.uiuna 10 De itary stars from twenty-fiv- e story issue," suggested tho foremnu who made by the President and confirmatop lights; a brilliant electric light, G. 11. LiKUNSfnid when tho can "Advertise tion by the Senate, shall be made by advertisement on Hoboken Heights; was just then very busy. ts vnsshig b ard opened the sealed thunder!" exclaimed the editor, "that the head of each Department in which the colored lights from the top in its nml it was found that ho was boy would bo tho business manager of the service is to be rendered, subject moving slowly like like shlplights not elected he would drop his conto the restrictions herein contained. for instance. somo metropolitan publishing bouse test. Has ho done it? Sec. 3 That the head of each De'.Old is the song that 1 sing, before our next issue." partment shall prepare, or cause to Old as my unpaid bills Wn understand that the attorneys be prepared, under his direction, a Old as the beeisteak that butcher MAGAN. bring; for contestant Likens advised against Whe wheat crop in this part of the form of examination for the various Men of "F" Co. old as the hills." n contest on the grounds that ho county Is good. offices to be filled in his said DepartYours truly, could not win, In fact ono of them The scbool at Basham will close ment, and all examinations tor the Jno. C. Barnard. told some parties that he had ad Friday evening. same office or grade of offices shall be against a contest. vised The writing school at Basham uniform, and shall be wholly practicFOR A MILLION. which has been taught by D. A Roy- al, having reference to capacity and AlIj the coutest cases in Louisville al closed Saturday Inight. The pre- fitness to discharge the duties of the have been decided against tho men mium was awarded to Miss Cora office or offices intended to be filled; R. Monarch, tho Owonsboro who brought them, thus it is shown Neighbors for the most rapid advance- and no applicant shall be appointed Dlstlllor, Assigns. when the people elect a man ho is tho ment. to any such office or offices until the ono to hold (he office and not the man Owensboro, Ky., Dec. 19. R. MonMr. Joe Roberts, U S. Deputy Mar- same shall have successfully passed who is defeated. arch, one of the best known distillers shal, was In ourviclnty Saturday on such examination. Sec. 4 That the appointments in the State, and the owner of two of business. Oxi:week fiim next Monday the Mr. John Neighbors and son went herein provided for shall be appor- the largest distilleries In this county, new officers will take charge of the to Owensboro last Thursday with to- tioned among the Slates and Territo- assigned this morning to the Columofficial business for Ohio county. All bacco. ries nnd the District of Columbia bia Finance nnd Trust Company, of of them nre Republicans except to their population. Louisville, President Attilla Cor. repMr. T. S. Royal nnd family have Sec 5 That when nn applicant resenting the Company. Judge J. I. Mi'ler, who is an moved into our community. Ohio county has electMr. Monarch owned the Gilmore, Mr. Felix Neighbors was in Fords-vll- lc shall have successfully passed the designated examination his name shall the Eagle and was interested in one ed a good 8c t of men for officials and this week on business. be placed upon the eligible list, and other house, and had been in busiM. A. the affairs ot the county will bo manshall there remain without any sub- ness in Daviess county on a large aged 111 a business like manner. Dover, N. H., Oct. 31, 1896 sequent examination for the period of scale for many years. He has always Balm four yaars, after which period, iu or- been successful and his failure was a Messrs. Ely Bros.: The Ik another colum in this issue is nu article showing where two editors reached me safely and in so short a der to again become eligible, such ap- surprise to many of the business men were sent to the poorhouse on account time the efiect Is surprising. My son plicant, if not appointed, must again and his friends here. We have son says the first application gave de- undergo examination. Mr Monarch's brother, M.V. Monof delinquent subscribers. Sec. 6 That the, term of office in arch, is also the owner of large distila large uumbtr of delinquents on our cided relief. I have a shelf filled with the the offices herein described shall cense lery interests in this county, but the books, which ought to be paid up. "Catarrh Cures." stove shall receive them and Ely's and expire at the end of four years two brothers have always operated InRead tho article and then come in at Cream Balm will reign supreme. Re- from the date of appointment thereto, dependently of each other. once nnd give us a Christmas present spectfully, Mrs. Franklin Freeman. unless such appointment be renewed Mr.Monarch built a residence about by paying up your back subscription Cream Balm is kept by all drugby the head of the Department in four years ago which cost over jioo,-00- 0 and one year in advance. gists. Full size 50c. Trial size 10 which the service shall have been and was one of the most palatial cents. We mail it. rendered, and such renewal shall be mansions in this part of the state. In Mr. Bkyan is having a fine time ELY BROS., 56 Warren St., N. Y. made only at the expiration of a four it have been held some of the city's receiviug the plaudits of the Mexican years' term. Nor shall any incum- most brilliant functions, Mr.and Mrs. A story is told of a colored preachpopulace, but it may occur to the bent, when once duly appointed un- Monarch being lavish entertainers. people of the United States that tho er who was holding a meeting in a der the provisions of this Act, be reThe assests and liabilities arc placlarge tobacco barn in a rural district commendations of a country whose moved from office during his term of ed at nearly a million each. in Kentucky. An empty tobacco system of fiimnce compares so four years except for cause. Over thirty years ago Mr. Monarch serwith that of the United hogshead, was impressed into Sec. 7. That, in making any ap- built and began to operate his first vices as an elavation upon which to Slates do not add to the financial pointment the bead of the Department distillery, and had always been wonstand while delivering bis discourse. tho ttandiug of the central figure of Warming up with his subject, he in which the appointment is to be derfully successful in all of his busioccasion. made shall have the power In the exness venturers, soon became excited. Throwing his ercise of his discretion to select for He has been interested In some of arms into the air above his head, and With the reduction in public ex- elevating one foot, he exclaimed: the good of the service any name the largest enterprises In the city and penditures which is likely to result tound or entitled to be found on the county, and has always been a public "De righteous shall rise and de wickeligible list. from President McKiuley's recomspirited, generous and progressive word "jail" he ed shall fall!" At the Sec. 8. That all appointments to citizen. mendations of rigid economies and brought his foot down vehemently He first started the Owens-bot- o Woolen Mills, and has taken the improved condition which has upon the head of the hogshead, and the offices herein referred to heretofore made terminate at the expiration stock in every enterprise looking to fo IowhI tho adoption of the proteclike a fhsh it gave way, and he droptive system, tho revenue under the ped out of sight, being short of stat- of one year from the passage of this the upbulling of Owensboro or Danew Diugley law will, it is now be ure. Amid the precipitated uproar Act: Provided, That the present in- viess county. The depression in the whisky bus! lieved, be more than ample tc meet he reached up and grasped the chime cumbent thereof shall have the right running expenses during the next fis- of the barrel and drew himself into to submit themselves to examination ness for the past five or six years and to receive appointment anew un- has caused him to lose heavily, and cal year. view, shouting: "Bress God, dey der such rules and regulations not In this is the icason for his embarrasWl WMJWIM shall rise again!" conflict with this Act as may be pro- sment Noiiody setms to be finding fault vided by the head of the Department Only a short time ago Mr Monarch now with thoso railroad men who votA Boy Drowned. South Carrollton, Dec. 20. John in which the service is to be render-ad- . sold the beautiful modern home mened for McKinley nnd sound money tioned above for $15,000, a 'great saclast year, since the result ot that elec- West was drowned this morning in Sec. 9. That, other things being rifice. Green river, at this place. tion has been followed by a wonderIt is believed and hoped by bis Young West was about 16 years of equal, honorably discharged soldiers, ful improvement in earnings of tho age and well known here. About sailors, and marines ot the United friends that he will be able to make roads upon which they aro employed. States who shall have successfully some kind of settlement with his The November earuiugs of IO4 rail- 10:40 o'clock he rode his horse into passed the required examinations creditors, by which he will be enabled the river to water him, as he was acroads whoso reports are now accessi- customed to do, but the horse went shall have the preference on appoint- to resume business at an early date. ble aro 21 percent, greater than those out farther than usual and stepped ment To the various offices to be filled. $IOO.OO In Cold Given Away. of tho same roads in November of Sec. 10. That in order to form nnd over a step-ofthe boy being left on The Youth's Advocate, Tenn.. a last year. maintain an eligible list from which sixteen page illustrated journal the surface of the water. The horse a swam on across the river, and the appointments shall be made the heads paper that is read with interest and ot Agriculturo ESi:ciii:tai:v preof the various Departments shall profit by people of all ages offers M irtou, who spent his four years iu boy sank. Mrs. Waylaud Alexander saw him nnd started two colored men scribe the manner in which persons ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS IN GOLD to divi-in- g ways and means to prevent to his rescue. They were slow about may apply for examination, and shall the person who will form the great the distiibutioti of seeds to tho farmentering the water, but finally did so, cause examinations to be held at least est number of words irom the letters ers of tlio country, in looking with surbut ton late to reach the boy, who twice each year at such places within in the uameDRAUGHON It nl-- o oflf rs, prise upon tho course of his successor, went down lor the last time. The each State and Territory and the Disfree, a bicycle, gold watch, scholar Secretary Wilson, who, having put boHy had not been recovered at noon. trict of Columbia for the examination ship in almost any business college ar tho tmipwition upon its West lived in the bouse right of such persona as shall have received or literary school, and other picui-iufeet and opened the way to an intelli. alongside of where the big O. and N. authority to attend and take such Every person wit enters the gent diatributi u of seeds to tho farmwreck cccured a few years ago, when examinations, which shall be held at contest will get a premium of some ers, is now nuking a tour of the the colored excursion train collided such points nnd under such rules, kind. Send nt once for sample copy conditions, and regulations as shall of the piper, which will explain all South with tho idea of introducing with the passenger train, appear proper to enforce the spirit ot Contest closes April 20, 189S, new agricultural ideas and pluna Coiitfcil 25 YonrH. this Act. ubich will benefit tho farmers ot that Two Compliments. I suffered for 25 years with a cough Sec. 11. That all acts, amendments, Rockdale, Text's. Please send me and spent hundreds of dollars with section and resu't in tlio 1103d cd di and avail resolutions, or orders in conflict Here- Ohio county's best paper. I can't versification of industries among doctors used tor medicine to no Hon- with are hereby repealed. Dr. Bell's I'ine Tar until I Yours, get along without it. them. ey. This lemedy makes weak lungs G. B RliNHROW strong. It has saved my life J. R, Clint Ford. The election contest rnsc of Likens Roscll, Grautsburg, 111. Wtixahachte, Texns Please send Clint Ford, nnd old Owensboro boy, vs. Anderson was decided lasc Friday me a sample copy of your valuable who went stage crazy twenty years iiiltvoroi AnJersou The decision SOUTH BEAVER DAM. paper. Yours truly, ago, has never had anything but the crf.it: no fcurpriri: lure, as it was Farmers are selling nnd delivering I.uthbk Daniel gener-illexpected that the Contest toughest luck, but he had managed Bowl, nng nil Keiubllcaus, would their their tobacco, and getting very to keep in some way that is known Turmoil For Kentucky Demofil tutHke coiMiiz ini'c ot the very good puces fir the weed. only to himself. Every reason he crats. convincing urgumeut of the DemotoMr. Downey Ilocker took his All signs go to show that the Dem-cracrats ana wuuid ut cjurtu decide in bacco to Owensboro last week. gets money from somewhere to start in the coming session of the livir ot the Republican opponent a company, and the new year always Mjsts Hills nnd Kin go for the plain-lit- i Little Miss Tussle .Oglesby has finds him stranded. His last com- Kentucky Legislature will have a and GufTy and Heavrin for the de- been sick for the past week or two, pany went to pieces in Tennessee Sat tumultous time of it. The free silver fendant, nil made jjoo.l hpetxlies. but is slowly improving. Tin; case was imu,e.liulcly uppvuled urday, and he and players are pow in members are ready to upset any party Mrs Arch Chick is quite ill. by Mr Ukuns to the Ohio Circuit Hopklnsville, endeavoring tigetttp fabric if there is promise that in the Mrs. Richard Coleman is in Clifton a benefit performance to bring them (Vim Uartfr.rd Herald end punishment will come to the neighborhood thin week the guest of money enough to get home, LaRue gold Thn Contest Board decided tho case standard mlnoiity. It will be n Herald, uee Martin, wlio is County nccirding to law and evidence- nnd Her sister, .Miss strictly family fight and fast and very sick. tho ab'tvo slanderous article is.a elam fierce from the opening gun. From aSoldlor Boy. We nre having quite a good school 111 the face of the tlirco honest men Superintendent E M. Wiley, a Governor's Island, N, Y., Dec. 13. at this place, Miss Mattie C. Taylor win composed the board, viz: D. M, is our teacher. Please send my RrsrunucAN to sound money Democrat, who was notice. My chosen by governor Bradley to be Ilocker, 0, L. Wood waul and Jout Mr. Melvln Stewart happened to above address till further B. WiIjuii, and if the reader will tako quite a painful accident a few day next address will probably be Fort superintendent of the Lexington Asyup the urticlo ami nnulizo it ho will since while working on his new barn Thomas, Ky., after February, 1898, lum for the Insane, will be the ostensible target for the malcontents, not a '0 that Likens only appealed tho fell and sprained his light ankle, but I read the home news, and occasionally the editorials and adveitisements so much because he Is the appointee cati! btcauso he thought tho next court was getting along as well as could also the local politics. Like most of a Republican Governor, but is Democratic and would overrido j be expected when last heard from, . bis kinsman, Colonel E II readers of dally papers I neglect those Boy, law and eviilomiu and decide- fur him ' School delightful short stories.ieminlscences, Gaither, gave testimony during the iu which he U badly mistaken, In- -' Winter tout 1st tickets are now on snake stories, &c, but yonr paper la riotous legislative scenes of 1896, exi ' directly it i a slam on tho Circuit sale from Beaver Dam, Ky , to the like kisses, soon through with, but posing the proposed outlawry of the Ciurt, for it is an Intimation that that following points, at prices named for ever longed for. free silver men, Tne real onslaught ourl would not consider facts. the round trip: Last night It was my turn to help will therefore come on Colonel Gaither Whenever the law and facts aropre- - Aberdeen, Miss , , , , , , , $17 05 guard the Fort. As I walked through Kith picket Bhots nt his political ast'juuy ourt in tho contest case Jackson, Miss Black$19 45 the long night I became quite pessN sociates and with McComb, Miss . , $22,50 mlstlc, and life seemed full 01 fog;and burn, lack Chluu, John U Thonips n noises from the harbor aud others all in a motley hubbub. Hammond, I,a $24 65 unearthly New Orleans, Li . , . $16 70 ships, although all the notes of the vwi.bu i.iitiit .,. u.i iwiyi This turmoil will nil U carried out, Iloat CoukU cJjrup, JMUWUU.-UN In lima. sUdbi Tickets good until June first, 1898, diatonic scale, incidentals aud all, not from a desire to benefit Kentucky ltVM?IH!JM.MM2l II. derrick, Agt. But the sun rose in splendor, my but with a view of paying up all lo uturn. Hartford Republican. it will bo decided son, ce I I .,.. .- bill-lo- EDITORS IN Tilt scores nud creating disaster lo personal political ambitious. More is the the pltty that there is not means Two Indiana Victims of tho nt hand to prevent the assembling of Dollnquont Subscribers. the Democratic factloutsts at Frankfort ths winter. Kokomn, Ind., Dtc 19. There are Notlco. two editors iu the Howard County Notice Is hereby given that the firm Poor house They air teal newspapof Heavrin & Taylor will dissolve er men, well known In this Mction nl partnership on the first day of JanIndiana, where they have been until uary. 1898, by reason of M L, Heavrecently publishing countrj pipers rin, ol the firm, having been elected They have seen better d iys, but nic County Attorney, nnd nil parties now helpless victims ot the delinquent knowing themselves indebted to the subscriber. The younger of the two firm of Heavrin & Taylor will please unfoitituates is James Sweeney, who call nt once nnd settle same, either by n lew months ngo relinquished publinote or otherwise, as we desire to cations ol the Van Duron (Grant conn-t- y wind up the business of the firm, ) ICcho. Mr. Swfcuey's first news-pVery respectfully, cr venture wns twenty five j ears M. L. HKAVRIN& Siiuluv Taylor. nn, nt Bteuien, thisStntc. The pubThis Dec . 20th, 1897. 22 2t lication ceised with the firt Nsue. isao lie printed verbatim the testimony A Goorgl.i Jag. "Times," siys a Georgia editor," of witnesses In n paternity suit, nnd "nre not Improving very fast. We indtgnnut citizens drove him out of along In the same town. Later he seemed control ol are jagging old way." Times must Indeed be the Geneva Herald. Then he became the editor nf the Montpcllcr Herald, past redemption If thev do not good to a Georgian when he is jag Poor patronage at Van iluien in the compelled la venture and glng In the same old way. Rx. am him to give ii puhllciitiou, and, reIf you want the best of treatment turning to his old Iiome here, he was for your stock always leave them at placed in the county infiimaiy. He You will be treated Field's Stable li about filty fivcycats old, and hopes exactly right. by spring that he will be physically able to return to work. Mr. Bryan nnd Moxlcnn The other jouriiatistlclnmate of the est ibllslunent is lame Pinkcrtoti. who A curious fact which comes to the is now sixty eight years old, broken surface here just now is especially Interesting In view of Mr. Bryan's iu health, vith no family to care for "triumphal" tt.ur in Mexico. It is a him. Mr Pinkcrton, who was put comparison w I ich somebody has in six weeks ago, has published more than a score of paper in Central nnd made of the currency conditions in Noitheru Indiana, nnd is believed to Mexico compared with those of the be the proprietor of the largest newsis observed by this United States. It paper graveyard iu the West having statistical delvcr that the Mexicans, been known for many years as "the who nre heaping adulations upon the wandering Jew" ol Indiana journalAmerican apostle of the Mexican sysism. PinUirton has published pap-ci- s of finances, have a currency tem at Green town, Russlnvillc, amounting to cents per capita in a 1 -pi-eGnl-vc-s'- Free Meieal Advice Da joa onderatanj Just nht Dr. J. C. Ajcr" medicines will da for JouT Aro they helping 70a as fast as you think thoy ought? Vrlto to our doctor. Ho will ntuner ell questions, and giro you tho best medical odrlco, absolutely free Address the J. C. Aycr Co., Lonely Mats. j i, I. nml Null' lor Tnif, By virtue of taxes due me as Slier-1(- 1 of Ohio county, Ky., I or one of my deputies will expose to stile nt public outeiy nt the Court House door iu Hnrtford, Ky,. on Monday, January 3, 1S98. Lands ns follows: Tax payer. Ares Tax St cost Aubrey, Sam P $3 26 30 flrnnd, Jno W 25 3 26 16 Dashaiu, Ins D 2 44 Cradshnw, J. It 2 97 42 16 Urny. Pedells, 3 38 Dal to 11, W A 190 5 03 62 Dean, Maty 3 26 Udmonson, Mrs L 11 2 14 Kvnns, Mrs Knnua 44 3 26 Karly, Hiram , 6 18 120 188 10 89 Finch. W L Ford, W S 10 31 170 FiiquaJnoS 65 531 Grenthousc, Ann 171 y Gott, MP Gaines, Noel a, 4 20 160 25 25 51 7 37 2 08 Hhuiuphrcy, Roll Hewlett, W T Hewlett T II Henderson, Isaac 6 19 Hamilton, T A Jones, Wm Joucs, Jno lackson, Jestou King, 'Vin Kirtly, Jno A Leach, Jno W Lnshbrooks, Mis.A II 90 51 73 45 140 (15 a 97 2 97 5 73 5 19 a 39 5 61 2 68 6 75 6 19 fy-- c 6 19 39 gold, against 59 35 per capita in Mr. Bryan's own country, $7.70 per enpi-taisilver t?ollirs worth 45 cents each, against ?S 7Sof silver per capita in the United States in dollars worth 100 cents each. 32 cents per capita in is d paper money, against pa$S 9 per capita In per money in the United Stntes, making a total of $3 41 per capita, with fS 02 of it in 45 money In Mexico against (24.03 per moncapita in 100 cents ey in the United Slates, and tint the increase in money in circulation in the United Stales since Mr. Brvan'.s nomination amounts to twice as much ns the entire gold, silver and paper currency of all Mixlco. silver-bas- 1 f, i The resurrected and sanctified fellows are getting ready for another compromise in 1930. We see signs of awakening all along the line, and among them is this editorial from the Hartford Heraid: "We do not suggest that the members of either fiction totally abandon their particular views on the money ques'ion, but we think it would be n wise and proper that when the requires, they make these views subservient to more important issues that constitute the main dividing line between Republicanism nnd Democracy, and which should take pieced-enc- e In party councils." Same old story, Isn't it? That's what they told the Alliance when we wanted them to speak out in 1892 for silver. The recent elections have demonstrated the necessity of carrying New York in 1900, nnd Its dollars to doughnuts that the Empire State makes the platform for the Democracy and nominates the candidate. Then all the "trooly loyal" free silver shriekers will be ut) in the amen corner, swearing that they al ways believed that way, anyhow nn 1 the patriotic Pops who have deserte 1 Populism for the lecherous e nbraci of the Ieems K Jones D'incr icy if ill be in the middle of a bad fix Free Republic occa-oio- Samo Story. ' Summitville, Atlanta nnd numerous other small towns in this patt of Indiana, the Russlaville Sun being his last. A lew months ago Mr Pinkerton's wife died She wns the business manager, and for thiity years was the mainstay of her husband, writing the locals, collecting the bills, dunning the delinquent subset iUr and inking the forms, while her husbind pulled the lever ot . Afthe o1d Washington ter her death he gave up the battle. He came to Indiana thirty years ago from Ncv Y.nk. In his eatly days he was connrcted with the big New York dailies, being acquainted with Greeley, the elder Ueniict, Jones, Raymond and Weed This week Mr. Pinkcrton received a draft for $100 from a distant relative in Chicago, nnd s.iys he will resume his journalistic labors in the spring. hnud-piess- Gas City, Swne, Swcetser, Jonesbo-ro- , Mcrs, Frank McJohnson, RM Same t town lot Montgomery, J 53 150 445 5 03 J 4 104") 152 y 97 Mattlngly, A D Mulr, Jno M Morris, Virgil Pate, Mrs f.ucy A Roach Mrs F.udoxlc Risinger, Jns W Relt. Jno A & Son 56 60 30 51 296 120 166 6 19 4 45 2 2 6S 4 14 13 24 737 13 24 Skillmnn, MR Spurrier, O W & J W Stevens. W P Summers, L T Same, ndm'r Thlxton, Jno L Whittinghill, David Is Worley, I.ee Young, F.zrn Jones, Mrs. Ilelle 1895 48 18 112 5 03 2 56 1149 3 38 20 93 150 70 50 100 120 5 5 3 3 5 03 03 85 85 6t tax. 1 6 19 46 3 67 Robbins, My tie of 7; 3 85 Nuro null Cnrr. Lcnch, Leonard C 1 town lot 3 80 Dr AniiUtend's Chill Tonic is a Richards, Trios I town lot 3 37 lor chills. J H. Williams Shea, Ster Sebastian bottles, so it you want only hns a I town lot 3 23 to keep off cnills call for n battle nt ONCE. Price 45 cents a bottle. Clark, Cleveland 2 town lots. . 720 For 1895 Strand 1897 Do-i'- t delay. C P Kp.own.S O C. K'o"tTuLfioS.ltand SunVe lor Ijft Amj, OU rum. To quit tobacco easily nnd roreier, Untie For a limited time 99 cents will piy tJCtlc. lull of l'fo. ticncaml ilror, take tbowoml?r wurkcr. thai makes irrak men stron; All druggists, SOe or f I. CurcRuaran-tcci- l for one dozen cabinet size photos nt sun-cure fi-- Shultz, 1895 tax. G C i r Iloolilct anil sample free. Ailflma Sterling ItruicJy Co., Chlcigo or New York Schioetei's Floating Studio. KTrrTkody Bays 80. t. For Nnln desirable farm of one hundred iicics, situated near Hartford, well watered, a good otched, two hundred bearing trees, good buildings, and in good community. Por further particulars call at this office at once, tf A TlfM- llElll (t Cneareta Canilv Cathartic, the moil wonderful medical iliscoverr or Uia ago, pleasant nnd refreshing to too taste, net gently anil positively on kiilnejs, Itvcrnnd bowels, clcaushi)-- tho c tiro system, dispel colds, cum lirmlnolie, rover, habitual conntlpstlon and blllousnc's. Plensa buy ami try a box ofC.C.C toilny;lo,W, MJccnU. Hold aud ijuarantoed to euro by all druggists. 11 OASTOXIIA. ilcttiun & ugAW f-f-li It et TUJIIb inry to rt:iti: x f'oi.ii i.N' o.m: hat Take Laxative Dronio Quinine All Druggists refund the mon6 6 mo ey if it fails lo Cure. 25c, Tab-lect- s. zM HclrSflCT h tm "li 5 LJie3jJJstJ!gJj5LiBOAMVi hT 'm W m M ty mWJi IsSSSSSSSlSSSsHsBSSSSSHPtMiBsQBSSSSSsHBSSSSlllHMWi beet-sug- llll t'llllulllllIC Is easy enough, if you take Dr Dell's It cuts the mucus Pinr Tar Honey. and allays the Influnation so that there is uo inclination to cough. It sooths tie lirot chtals.nnd is sttength-cniu- g All to the throat nnd lungs good druggists sell it. S. R. CKKk.lt ILLINOIS CBlfTRAL R, TO imi M iM will prtKBt t In rttfers a t.llhW ilrloml nsre sum f 1st ..ild'. mo4l latccttiBg i.d irapofiul n.wi. THE NEWS THAT BECOMES HISTORY Nslltnil inf Inlsr- - The Wbikly will continut it ntrliciptlt la the treil pollilcal mini of our conn-Irnitlensl rsllllcs Il will trut of iht iocUI ind ecoSocial and Ecsnomlc nomic quntloni, nd tf iht dcTtlopmtnt Quistlons of iht middle wen. In ineclil IndJtlrlal Entirprli in ihe Klondike retion will tract Art ind Lllsrsturt the ttonr of the Ileal t old diicorliitl. LONG SERIALS AND SHORT STORIES T" TwolonieerUtlwilltppeirdurinjitht I jeer, contributed bj authori of inter, j unions) tame, ind will be Illustrated, f T"Ai "iarocxre" J These sod s score of equally prominent 2,B W'j',,r Htaard Pile (writert will conlributt short eiorict lo Iht iM.mikini the paper espt. Msri E.WIIklna (cUlljrrichinnctlon. Oihcrrciuiretirtlht DEPARTMENTS AND SPECIAL ARTICLES Carl icbiiia " T1I.V.lifi. Bnwf,'vln AAL Ul Y FOR VIA THIS BUSY WORLD , jta ifisn.v LETTERS A ir jitxoiD FROM LCNDON PILGRIMAGE mvu iur r..oo win, n vo xYt.MtT SPORTINQ t, reuLTSMr nation AMATEUR SPORT t,cjarjtuunxir AROUND THE WORLO FOREIGN NOTES r. R. tttcktM 4 In connnection with Southern Pttc'fio through Weekly fjourist Sleeping ar ts Leaving Cincinnati and Lnuisvillo uu I. (J R. R. fast "New Orleans Limit' ed" train xx 5 avtVtyVw'VivVTvvvVww W. D. How.lU In the Interesl of the Winciv.Cupar Whitney Is on hit wit ironnd iin woria lie win visit sitni in ttarth or ble came, mikinr hit principal hum from llantkok. lit willrliit India indlhtn proceed to Europe to prepare articles on the sports of Gcrratnjr and France. a ( tjt imJrrrtt frict4). Smlierilum HOOtyur. VMattfru m IU Umttd Slain, Cmnj&i, ., ibtit: iaMreie II1I1PKK k DltOTnK&S.rsblliatrs.lttw Tork City JlV. ILtrr Janet every Thursday and Ban Franciso I no limited also without change. connects at New Orleans daily with Express train for tho Pacifio Coist, nnd on Tuesdays and Saturdays (after January 1, 1898) with the for Los Aiigo'cs SOME OF THB STRIKING: FEATURES FOR 1898 THREE SERIAL STORIES j?rai Ut u. n H HaH Tllll AliVENTURURd iworr ir.i rsn.v is a thrilling; itnry of a ficht for a treasure concealed In an ntd castle In the mountains of Wa es. TOUR TOR A rORTUNB CfALBlKTLCI It a stirring narrailve of four companions who hurt lo- caicd a long lost fortune, 7 Si Snnsot Limitod Ann ox of the Southern Pacific, giving spo cinl throng services to San Francisco. Particulars of Agents ot tho I. 0, II, R. and connecting lines. S.G.FlATCft.Div.Pnsi Agt ,Cinciunnti Jno. A 8coTT,Div.Pass.Agt Meinphi A II. Hansom.G P. A , Chlca.ro W A KELLONn. G.A P A. .Louisville . THI1C0PPBR PRINCC35 t, KltK HUXKOM Illalnlhehowelioflhtearthitnert Iht hern hat hit adventures, and front where he rescues the I'rinceis. SHORT FICTION In addition to the Ihrcelong serial stories, the publication of which will continue during the mitre year, then will be short stories ol crery kind, of which it Is only possible lo mention a few lilies here. Hunt, the Owlcr A lltrbor Mystery The Dlockadcrs 1, HUKifrj.iytrms tfjowr .srAU ft jams The Dunking of Watklns' (lhoit A flreit Haul A Creature of Circumstance) KMJiBMicr tA.ycn nt $orim aarrr 1, noittraox uttxu e,jun uoaj , he-ca- use . -- Sirouiley Tclephoner Catalogue on application, ai 3m Howard Richardson, Ajt White Mills, Ky, k of i TAUIL MUTfllMX DEPARTMENTS PRIZE COMPETITIONS Editor's Table, Slampi and Coins, PholoariBhi Short Slorlsi, Sketching, PhotoQuaht 10 CfMlt a Ifumhtr (StuJ far fr.sftdm). Shetlpllt,H.OO a 17r, roslsge free In Ihe United Mates, Canada, and Mexico. Addreai IIAItl'Ult A llltOTIIKUS, I'ubllaliors, Franklin tiiiuare, N.Y, Cltr. elephant Hunting In Africa Cl aru.ttr anooaj Drat Lessons In Tiller and Sheet t, Duvur d. r. .( ARTICLES ON SPORT, TRAVEL, ETC. An American Diplorcr In Africa t i Laying Out a doll Course ft cntiGiiun ' "' 0. TAIt ..... ... Wanted-and list two An Idea your Idtaaj Ihey may lots PnteelJOIIM WKDDUtuUftK A tiringPilantwtslta. attorWrit OO.. neys, Wsabiniton, D. 0., lot tktlr ll.au) trite) elite tuuuma UiTtcUous w sated. o( Tkefu- - KSS Trtfjfe t A 1. Until ifsatart - tf oASTonxA.. u tin inry sutler I W.jrmlt II, n. M Wtltoe CrniS C, Adaits fruitier Blf.low Klik Mutree V MESSAGE FROM ttoysl makes the food putt, 22c nil wool jeans nt Pair's. 40c mens fur hats nt Pair's. 75c for jeans panta nt Pair's. 25c yard wide linsey nt Pair's. ttheletetne aad delicious. ANDERSON WINS The County Board of Contest Decides for Him. The Majority lnsreased for Contestee. MR. GUFFY'S THE CONTEST In life during the twentieth century will demand evry man and woman thought and extensive II you would be well equipped to preparation, meet it, prepare to join thelnige enthusiasttcctowd who will enter of '' SANTA CLAU Dear Boys and Girls: I have arranged with FAIR & CO., Snaglcss rubber boots at Pair's. Heavy canton flannel nt Fair's. Sec Carson Bros, for a grand Xmas display. Send us the news from your neigh-boihoo- 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 pret- ty things that await you at my Tleadqua- rters. Dolls, the prettiest line you ever saw. China dolls 5c, Bisque dol's 10c, Kid body dolls 10c, Sleeping dolls 25c, Jointed dolls 25c, Washable dolls 25c, Eag dolls 10c, dressed doll. Anything you want in the doll line. Come to sec them. Sleighs 40c to 75c, Wagons 75c to 81, Wheel barrows 40c to 75c, ftoekers 25c to $1, Child chairs 25c, Doll bed 25c, doll furniture $1 set, Work baskets 25c, Doll ft 10 POWDER Absolutely Pure omi tuums rowMn eo., And Commercial Institute, gciesday, Jan. iy, xttytMss FACULTY ol five earnest nnd well equipped men. METHODS of teaching nnd management the best. CLASSES systematic, large and enthusiastic. ENVIRONMENT conducive to best results. NO SALOONS in the town or community. WELFARE of students hought iu every particular. INSTITUTION progressive and permanent. EXPENSES lowet than other school of tqual advantages. Board, room, luel, lights, etc., per week $t 00 CDQ'V In advance pays for board, room, light, etc., nnd Tuition for a term often weeks. CLUB BOARD per week, from 75c to $1 25. Renfrow & Dean Plour, and Meal at Carson Bros. FINE SPEECH. Cuiistmas supplies of all kinds at TheRepublicansof Ohio county met In county convention on the 15th doy J. H. Pogle & Co. arc the people of last February for the purpose of for bargains. nominating candidates for the various Miss Annie Newton is visiting offices to be voted for at the Novemfriends at Livcrmore. ber election following. At that con The cheapest Xmas goods iu town vention Sam A. Anderson was duly nominated for the office of Circuit ntj. IS. Pogle & Co's. Court Clerk; following this convenWe want a correspondent et every tion the Democrats nominated G. B. poit'jflice in Ohio county. Likens for the same office on April You will be proud ot the goods you 5th. The race was made up and these buy lrom J. E. Pogle & Co. two young men started out to win The Big stock fresh Christmas Candles friends enough to be elected. campaign was a long nnd hard one just received at Pate Bros.' and when the polls were closed on We quote the price, the goods do November 2, it was found that Anderthe talking at J. E. Pogle & Co's. son had received a majority of fifteen Master Helm Walker, Louisville, is votes over Likena. Not being satisfied with the result and desiring to visiting Mr. H. P. Taylor's lamily. make it appear that the one hundred Born to the wile of Mr. G. T. honest election officers of Ohio counnight, a girl. last Thursday ty had stullified their oath in making Our prices on Xmas goods are the returns to the County Clerk, Likens proper thing at J. U Pogle & Co's. instituted a contest for the office; A nice Dress Pattern would be a charging fraud and irregularities, good Xmas present for your daughter. which was tried out before the County Board of Contest last week, which Caiison & Co. resulted in increasing Anderson's Christmas baskets filled with Can- majority instead of decreasing it so dies Nuts, Fruits, &c at Carson that it would benefit Likens. He has Bro's served notice of an appeal iu which Messrs A D. Buskell and M. L. he virtually says that the Board of Heavrin went to Louisville Monday Contest did not do their duty because they did not give him the office. night on business Capt. Ellis, in arguing the case for Pate Bros., headquarters for Nuts, Likens oddmltted that his man could Candies, Fruits, etc. Special prices not win and stood up before the Conto school teachers. test Board for one hour begging Dr A. F Stanley and wife, them to declare the election null and aro visiting Capt. A. I. have it run over, as if the election Stanley and family near Rochester. could be declared null in one race The people of McIIenry will take a without effecting all the offices. The argument in the case was openvote next Monday as to whether liquor shall be sold inside the limits of said ed by Attorney M. L. Heavrin for Anderson who took up the evidence town. and presented facts to the Court, nnd Don't lei your horse stand out in at 110 time did he misrepresent nny- he cold or put him in somebody's thing He was fllowed by Attorney else stable, but put hira in Field's B. D Ringo for Likens, who tried to stable. present the facts, but only brought For Xmas you might give your boy out those points which would benefit his client. a nice suit We have lots of them. The speech ol the entire proceedCarson & Co ings was delivered by Hon. E. D. To) s are beginning to make the Gufly, Attorney for Anderson. Mr, children's eyes grow bit;. The dis- Gufiy, being one of the best lawyers I E Fogle & Co have are play that in the state, had gien sptcial pains very attractive to the case and was well prepared on Mr G. T Westerfield has sold his every point of evidence and the law meat business to Mr Jas Lyons", of in the case, He began by taking up Haynesville, who has taken charge the history of Ohio county since the county was organized 99 years ago, of same at the same old stand. into I W Ford & and followed it on down until the Thieves broke present day and showed that G B. Co's store at McIIenry last Wednesday night nnd stole about $35 in cash. Likens was the first and only man who had refused to abide by the will There is no clew to the thieves. ol the people in any election; showed Fresh Condies, Nuts, Oranges, Ba- that he was the first man who refused nanas, Cocoauuts, Celery, Cranber- to accept the returns as certified by ries, and all kinds of good things to the one hundred honest election offi eat lot Christmas at Carson Bros. Mr. Gufiy was cersofOhio county. Remember that when you come to highly complimented ou his spech in Hartloid that Field & Son will take the case. InLikens'noliceof contest he chargBe the best ol care of your stock. sure to leave your horse with them. es that a majority of the election officers were Republicans, which is false. Prof, P' Ross was tried at Center-tow- n Wehaveexamlnedthe matter and find on Saturday.December 1 1, chargthat in every precinct there were two ed with whipping a child nnd was Republican and two Democoatic offifined one cent and costs. He has ob- cers, and besides this the Democrats tained a new trial, which will come had one challenger and the Populists up before Esqr. Woodward at Center-tow- n had one challenger, which mad. four on Saturday, January 11. fusion officers in evtry precinct in The contested election case of B, F. the county. The Republicans had Graves vs. Ed Massie for Magistrate one challenger which makes three Rein the Buford Magisterial District publicans in each precinct nnd lour came up for trial this week and was Democrats or Populists in every precinct, so the people can see how uU decided for Massie. There was absocase and the terly false this charge It. lutely nothing in the The Hartford Herald has been takBoard, alter hearing the evidence and of counsel on both sides, ing up Likens' case and in one issue arguments decided that Massie was legally elect- recently that paper said they were ed and should hold the office. Esqr. going to get behind the Graves was not present and it seems manner in which the Republicans had that he recognized that there was held the election, when in fact its Attorneys C. party had four officers to the Repub-Hern- s nothing in the case M Barnnttt and Shelby Taylor repthree officers in every precinct resented Massie and Judge Glenn rep- nud if there were any frauds it was Thus it Is again resented Graves. shown that when the people elect a committed by their own men. The Board of Contest reached a de man he is the one to hold the office and not tne man who was defeated. cision Friday evening and by their decision Anderson has a majority of 18 or 20, although their decision docs not say so in so many words. When the people elect a man he is the one to hold the office, Carson Bros. Wes-tctficld e, high-handed n vonit. ' Buy you fireworks at Pate Bros 10 4 l white blankets 50c at Pair's. mens high cut shoes at Pair's. heavy underwear at Pair's. turkey red table linen at Pair's. 25c good 15c vp)i s California Pears and Malaga Grapes at Carson Bro's. Mr. L. P. Loney, in town Tuesday will get bargains. Ovrensboro, was You Elegant Catalogue iroo to all intorostod parties. E. R. RAY, -- a President. .TAYLOR, Vice President. Patronize our advertisers. Conty Clerkselect. M S. Raglaud, was in town yesterday. Mr. J. R. Collins, of Memphis, visited his mother this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. R T. Collins have returned from Louisville. Trade with the merchants who advertise andynt will get better bargains. We will receive a new lot of Rocking Chairs to day lor Xmas. f trunks 25c. China Ware-Neve- r 'O before have I left such a collection of China in Ilartford. My line comprises after dinner Cups and Saucers, tea cups and saucers, 5 o'clock tea cups and saucers, full size cups and saucers,fine China plates, syrup stands, tooth piik holders, Olive .dishes, Match h lder, vases, Bisque figures, sEir will .... roH 1 .-- .. -- ... .- -. enter the coming year prepared to give lo the reading public thai which lui made it famous for the past quarter rf a century contributions from the pens of the great literary men and women of the world, illustrated by leadm; artists. A brief glance over its prospectus announces such reading as iiE Carson & Co. Mr. G P. Scott, wile and brother, Butler couney, were in town this week. ' OUR PACIFIC PROSPECT Tin ceuinciiL ihportime or if istiuui ciiu, vriittririt ttui TVKPie i, ironntiA ero.v c. mrd tm DimoriciT or 01 rt rinnc doiluj Eisitni inERU tin Tin tucinc h, auxits bi arsrnsx boxsal RODEN'S CORNER-T- HE NOVEL OP THE YEAR by Hknry Seton Mirkiiian, author of '"lhe Sowers " Striking novelties In short fiction will 1). rnoJECTS nt it"- - "A id Ilowells, Richard Harding Oatis, lirander Matthews, be contributed by such authors as W. Stuart, and others. There will be a series of articles on trederic Remington, Ruth Mct-nerEUROPE, POLITICAL AND SOCIAL ART AND THE DRAMA THE PROGRESS OF SCIENCE ARMIES AND NAVIES STUDIES IN AMERICAN SOCIETY AMERICAN CHARACTER SKETCHES If you want to make a present Xmns, see our new rings. Causon & Co. For little ones, for older members of the family, for friends, you will exactly find what you want Cabson & Co. Mr. Geo M Keown and Miss Laura P. Shaver will be married at Wesley Chapel Church to morrow. Sub. $ ifhuribtrl in tkt UmlrJ Slattl, CaitaJa, an J Mtxict. a tear. Address HARPER & BROTHERS, Pub's, N. Y. City. Send for frte prospectus PeiUjtrtl It all r china novelties of all kinds. our show windows. See them in 0 0 Crn lw Wallace H.S. Willlans W. D. Howellj Oni m C. 1). Winn A Magnificent Collections of toy. guns, pistols, truks, tables, drums irons, iron stoves, dishes, tops, trumpets, ABC blocks, games, harps, kitchen sets, balls, marbles, book etc. For the older folks I loft 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 substantia! gifts. Don't forget now that Fair & Co., The Fair Dearlers, are my sole agents for Hartford. Visit them. Wishing you nil a merry Christmas, is Christmas Day and we wish nlLof our readers and patrons a merry Christmas and a happy New Year. Mr. A. R. Carson, Louisville, is in town this week, and is staying in his store, where he would be pleased to see his friends Mrs. Florence Barnctt, of Texas, who formerly lived here, will arrive to day to visit her sister, Mrs. A. C. H H issssfl us sWftHlVJB W H ssslssl volume HP j afl sV.imssss iBavHAHir IVLsssssWLsl BLnW ssW Si LV 1m vm WaH BaLssH a thoroughly thirty-fir- periodical for women, will enter upon Its In 1899. During the year it will be as heretofore York Each Issue will contain carefully prepared drawings of the advance fashions of Tans and New York, Once a month the Uazar will Issue, free, a colored fashion supplement Cut paper patterns of certain gowns in each number will be made a feature. These will be sold In connection with each Issue at a uniform price. The Hazar will also publish bl weekly, free, an outline pattern sheet. Kjfa-- Pans and New A MIRROR OF FASHION f-n-! ?1 Ellisr Christmas Baskets filled ut.Pate Bros.' Fresh lot of Fruits Nuts, You can make the Candies, etc basket suit your pocketbook. The different Sunday Schools of Hartford will have a Ferris Wheel at from which the Court House Santa Cluas will distribute his pres-ent- s. ht T.W. Wrclnson Fashions A Colored Fashion Supplement Cut Paper Patterns A XT Wmiam Clack Pattern Sheet T LONG SERIALS AND SHORT STORIES 0 famous author will contribute long WILD EELEN serial stories to the Bazar in 1S98. The Sjr ll'ILLIAM BLACK first deals with Scotch and Continental RRlllfti "'V.BSSSSSsH RAGGED LADY U a story ot a young scenes, the second Bj If. D. UOII'tLU gin, rename, ana typical it American, These and a score of other equally Mary E. Wilklns prominent writers will contribute Octave Tba.net short stories to the IUza In 189S, H. P. Spofford making the paper especially rich in Miry E. AY Hides Kathsrlns Ot Forest M. S. Briscoe fiction. I DEPARTMENTS By KATHARINE AND SPECIAL ARTICLES THE LONDON LETTER Br Un. rOULTNIY BICBLOIf HUMOR I am, .Yours Truly, Judge Jno P Morton has had some much needed improvements fixed in the County Judge's office this week. Messrs: Jo L Carson and G. W. Buns ger have done the work. OUR PARIS LETTER DB tORtST CLUB WOMEN Bj MARGARET It. WKLCII w. a lt.eU. By JOHV KE.DRKK BANGS There will be a series of articles on Etiquette, Muilc, the Voice, Art, the Play, Women and Men, Leaders among Women, Gardening, Housekeeping, life and Health, Indoor Details, etc Sub., $4 a Year lOe. 1 Copy (Stnd for Fret Prospectus) Unitid SUttl, Canmda, and Mtxut. Pfiltjfim in Address HARPER & BROTHERS, Publishers, Nc York Cllr th SANTA CLAUS. LARGEST NORMAL "SCHOOL. IN THE SOUTH qWUSHTUCrftfls'sCllNTiriCAJtD COURStS. "T 'rT o ad ninonf, . . ttCfirnqicavaacnrANmx. TX. rj .. CLASSIC Hon. C. M. Barnett returned from Washington Tuesday, where he had been in the interest of his appointment as Surveyorof the Port at Louis ville. The Wind Mill for the town nnd county is under construction this week and in a few days we will have the works from water real tauk, which is being mammoth erected. VMVVMVtlVtVl Make selections at once we'll hold them for yon. You get the cream of the stock, the best of the lot. Carson & Co. The following persons have paid their subscription since our last issue: Pay your subscription I'orNnlr. J. A. King, Frank Fleeuer, R. B. Seventy three and three fourths Martin, Cromwell; L. W. Hunsaker, Buy millinery goods nl Carson ft acres of lnml adjoining leaver Dam. Echols; W. A Cnraon, Bedaj L. P. rjor further narticulars cnll ou or ad- - Loney, Owensboro. Co'. C R CAMPBiai,, Hand made horse bheeh at rvmldtll dress Theie is not a vacant house in 20 3t Hartford, Ky. Bros. Hartford nnd we know of several fitu-iliAll persons knowing themselves to Come in and rentw jour subscripwho want n house to live in. be indebted to rue by note or account Why don't some of of our moneyed tion. will please call and settle same, and men put up some houses for rent? It Buy men's and ladies' shoes at Cargreatly oblige, would be n paying investment. ton & Co's. 8 tf es 'or Nulr One pair good, mules seven and eight jears old. Will sell mules. Remember tbnt subscription Wagon and harness very cheap. Call we need it, on S. K Cox, Carson & Co. will trade yon dry 19 4t Hartford, Ky , Nov. 13, 1897 goods and clothing for good corn. Por furnishing goods dry clothing see Carson & Co. Tweddell Bros, lor nil good-nd Ladies new underwear at Carson & Co'B. DM Hocker C O. C C. Marriage license since last week: Herald to Sarah F. Maddox, I. E. Johnson to Sophia Howley, Albert P Akins to Lile Oglesby, N. M. Faught to Annie Gordon, Willie Wright to 1,'zzie Carter, Geo. M Keown to Laura F. Shaver, L. E. Bad lor kind o blacksmithtng, horse shoeing and re pairing. Remember we need that little Mill, perdition account you owe Cull in and fix it up. If j mi want drv goods and clnthiiT and have got no money, bring us a lorfd of gad shucked coin. Cabson & Co. General Debility and Loss of Flesh "I had a bronchial trouble, ot luch a and stubborn character that the docthe Falls City Manufictuiing Co., of tor pronounced it incurable with ordinary and will enter at once upLouisville remedies, but recommended me to try Aver Mr Hocker h Cherry Pectoral. One bottle cured me.'' on his new duly If you want plain or fancy or toed J. 0. WOODSON, P. M, of the best clerks Ohio made one hoeing, or in fact any kind nl horse Forest Bill, W.Va. perform it county has ever had and his official bwt they fall to shoeing call on Tweddell Bros Hart "A short time ago I wu taken with utiea have been very acceptable to Cod-livOil The pure Norwegian ford, Ky. eerert attack ot bronchitis, and neither phy. he patinus of the office and he made into a delightful cream, skill made many warmfneuds who will has slclans nor ordinary remedies gtre me relief. nl In despair of finding anything to cure me, I Photographer A D Taylor has re fully blended with the riypophos-phite- s Ajrer'a Cherry Pectoral. ' ays remember his kind treatment, bought turned Irnui Dawson nnd will be of Lime and Soda, which (le will 110 doubt niett with greut Lena than bottle ef entirely cured me." ono bottle found in his gallery here in person are such valuable tonics, 8iicc ss in silling goods to our mer GEO. B. IIUNTEK, Altooaa, Pa. makes this preparation an chmis every Monday nnd at Beaver Dam ideal one and checks the the balance of the week Child Burnod. wasting tendency, and the Last Ptid Remember we will have plenty of almost immediate-- y ett, son of .y while little Entll Bar- Hon, C M Barnett was commenees to put on playing near the fire his clothing both plain nnd fancy candies, fresh flesh and gain a strength nueht on fire nnd before his mother fruits, nuts and fire works of all kinds which surprises them. for the Christmas trade, eo give us n ihed hlm'lie wisconsirlerb'y bur B SCOTT'S Emulsion. See thit th sure you .1 Mn. Barrett MifTnd home s call and get our prirrn brfore 'mvii'n rnQ ao4 (S.h arttton the wripper, re hums m txtitKiialiiig half-siz- o Sped ' preen elFfwhrte bottles at 50. ui f 1.00, .11 di.jUu. flames but mth are gttttng n ong t now put up in SCOTT & DOWNS, Chemists, N,w Vo.k. ich ml teachers Patk Hhos could be expected, wen u oau pneo ou cunta. Scott's Emulsion has been the standard remedy for nearly a quarter of a century. Physicians readily admit that they obtain results from it that they cannot get Mr D. M Hocker who retires from food, from any other office on the first There are many other prepara- the County Clerk's market that pretend Monday in January, has accepted a tions on the position as traveling salesman for to do what flesh-formin- g; Rev. A. N. Whittinghill was tried last Saturday lor using abusive language to Mrs. Annie McDaniel last The jury failed to July at Olittou. agree aad the cise was continued unCounty lAttor-ne- y til Saturday, Jan. 1. E. P. Netl conducted the prose cution nnd J B. Vlckcrs nppeared t r the defeudent. Bronchitis but oxtromoly good for tho sufferer from that harassing dlsoaso 1b Dr. AVer's Cherry Pectoral. No rriedl-cin- o can comparo with this great remedy in tho prompt and porma- nent aid It gives in all bronchial ullectlons. It stops tho cough, soothes the irritated throat, and induces refreshing sleep. tr-late- nt !, EMULSION er SCOTT'S -- Aprs Cherry Pectoral Now Officials. The new county officials will take charge next Monday week of their reThe Magistrates spective offices. have all received their commission irom the Governor and are ready for duty. Judge J. P. Miller will inuve his family to town and take charge of the office, which has been filled by Judge Jno. P. Morton for seven years. Mr. M. L. Heavrin is ready to take charge of the jCounty Attorney's office, and Mr. M. S. Ragland has been looking up the duties of County Clerk, so as to be able to perform the He will more duties of said office. than likely appoint Mr. Jno. II. Thomas, of Sulphur Springs, as his office deputy, which would be acceptable to a large number of Republic-- , ans, as Mr. Thomas is a hard working Republican aud would make a Mr. Sam A. Anderson good official. will take charge of the Circuit Clerk's He has made no selection as office. yet for deputy. Mr Fon Rogers has given bond and will be ready to look alter the school interest of the county for the next four years in an able manner. Sheriff elect S. T. Stevens has given the required bond and will Estray Notlno. enter at once upon his duties, He I, O P Prunton, state that I did has made no public announcement as on the 9th day of Dtcember, 1897, jetregardiug his deputies, but he take up as estray on my premises i.i will belect competent men for these Beaver Dam, Ohio county, Ky , Mr. G D. Royal will look places. pide red steer with line back, about 2 alter tht Assessor's office in an able j ear sold and marked crop off the manner the next term, and Mr Nat. lelt ear and split and half crop olTthe Moxley will do the Snrveiuij, while right ear nnd one black nud while Coroner L W. Hunt will hold iiiN spotted steer between one nnd two quests. years old nnd unmarked. The Fuc.il Cimrt will be composed O. P Prunton ot Gus fivans, Populist, Fordsvillej I, D A Miller, state tint I have l!d Massie Republican, lluturd; Jont this day examined one steer taken up JJ Wilson, Republican, Cromwell, by O P Urunton, ot (leaver Dam, Win Rone, Democrat, Roine; Kit Ohio count) , Ky , and marked with Allen, Republican, Hartford, maUing a crop off the left ear and a split aud 3 Republicans, I Populist aud I Dema half crop off the right ear, said steer ocrat. All are good men, is about two years old and Is of a pale Ureisl Mtiulo Otlrr. red, white line back and valued by Send us the names and addresses of meat Ten Dollars (1000) also one three or' more perlormerson the piano black nnd white spotted steer, tin. or organ together with ten cents iu marked and about oue and one half silver or postage and we will mull years old and valued by me at Eight you ten pieces full sheet music, conD. A. Miu.ru. Dollars (8 00) sisting of popular songs, waltzes, Subscribed and sworn to Before me marctii s, etc., arranged for the piano Address! by O. P. Urunton aud D, A, Miller, aud organ 1'oruLAK Music Puu Co , this December 14, 1897. IndlanapollH, Ind, 15 8t W. II Austin, P, J T. B. D. NEWSPAPER advertising in the United States. A book of two hundred pages, containing a catalogue o about six thousand newspapers, being all that are credited by the American Newspaper Directory (December edi Hon for 1897) with having regular issues of 1,000 copies or more. Also separate State maps ot each and every State of the American Union, naming those towns only in which there are Issued newspapers having more than 1,000 circulation. This book (issued December 15, 1S97) will be sent, postage paid, tho any address, on receipt of one dollar. Address The Geo. P. Rowell Advertising Co., 10 Spruce St., New York. Rev.W. M. Slaughter, OF WE3T VIRQIHIA. Writes of tho Benefit Received From Dr, Miles' Restorative Nervine, fssH! restoraDR.particularly adapted to tho by hard tion ot health brokon down JULES' Restorntlvo Nervluo Is mental work. Haven, V 1 1 OASTOniA. vrttftf. ilf. sriry HPUM rtti:U. SJH n,lf. 00I4.KY, M U. aniiSKJT! 7l)fflcololH.J'rjorBt and Whisker Habit cured at homo without ualn. Hook of Uov. W. M. Blaushter of Now Va., writes! "I suffered with nervousness, dlulucsn, dull and nervous headaches and sleeplessness. My heart camo to troubling me, I was short, ot breath from tho least exertion, and suffered much pain in my left siue. Medicine and physin-- V cians buto ma no relief I procured Dr, Miles' Uostorrulvo Bestorea . Nervine, Now Heart Curo and Nervo and 1 'Uaalih Liver rills, and I am euro no words ot com mendation as to tho results can bo too strong. I sleep well, tho dlzzlnoas and contused reel-In- s haro disappeared, my heart troubles ma no moro and I feel perfoctly well." Or Miles' Iletnedle aro sold by all druggists under a po.lt Wo guarantoo, first botila Ucolc on boneflts or monoy refunded. Heart and Ncrvossent f roo to all applicants. JJ U.VMU;:s MEDIUM, CO. fcUUSf .Nervine "m , - 7 ,4 MMftMMCfcfcJM Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, DKCUMDER MMorliuic. 24, 1897. ernor's policy affecting the whole conraiders and tingent of "respectable" outlaws: Free turnpikes is one thing, robbery is another. I wish to be clearly understood that where Judges fait to furnish adequate guards, or where the guards furnished prove infcuffis cicnt or worthless, that State troops will be cull out and retained, if necessary, as long as my term continues. This lawless spirit of ruffianism must be suppressed, whatever the cost. Upon no other ground than this could the Governor stand iu honest contemplation of his oath of office. Upon no other ground than this can the people of Kentucky hope to maintain the good repute of this Commonwealth and attract to it immigration and capital and enterprise. Governor Bradley has taken the only action defensible under the circumstances, and his purpose to suppress at any cost the outlawry that has developed in agitation connection with the will be applauded in every law abidLouising community in the State. ville Commercial. toll-gate toll-gate An Ohjrrl I.ct.mi For Mr llrynn William Jennings Brynn arrived from Houston at 7 o'clock and depart' cd for Mexico at n. He received his THE WONDERS OF science j Gonoral Directory. William 0. Umdley. Limit. Governor W. J. Worth-ingtm- i. Go vernur STATU Ol'l'tCtALS Lung Troubles and Consumption can be cured. An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Makes u Free Offer to our Readers. Rev. V. D. Cox, formerly missions nrp ol the Daviess Couuty Baptist as- ' sociation, with headquarters at was robbed of his overcoat nud $21 id money nt Winder's hotel, in Kvansvllle, a few days ago, Mr. Cox has for some time beep pastor of the Baptist church at Bremen, Muhlenberg county, and his object In going to Kvansvllle was to read the fi ual prools on his book which he bad just written, telling many reminiscences of his ministerial life. The story is thus told by the Evausvllle Tribune: "Rev. Mr. Cox i3 acountry preachcircuer, a typical tjpe ol the old-tiit-rider, lie has propounded the gospel from the little chapel at Bremen for several years. He has never shirked his duty, and has always It en read to extend a helping hand to those in trouble, to turn the worn pages of his bible to passages of condolence to nil who sought consolation at his study. "Several mouths ago Rev. Mr. Cox decided to make more of himself than a country p teacher. He wanted to reach out, to break ties which confine him. Life in the Httle town of Bremen had lost its charm for him, the world knew nothing of Rev. W. D, Cox, pastor of Bteincn church. He was to lift the bushel lrom his light and let it shine into the recesses of the world. "At last he found a way. Hi. de cided to become un author. After long weeks of sleepless nights, his He had first volume was completed told In his own words the story of the "ups and downs" ol acountry preacher's life. The manuscript was brought to the Keller Printing corns pany In this city The volume was completed yesterday. Rev. Mr. Cox held it in his. hands, turned the pages, af and was saw hi name on the happy He had realized hlsonedes Eire. He was an author. "After inspecting the book, be inder's hotel, where he walked to He intended to stay until hung his ovticoat In the office at supper time and walked into the dining room. Whtu he returned the overcoat was gone. The police were notified of the robbery and Lieut. Brenneckeand Patrolman Muth took charge of the case. They have not succeeded in finding any clue." fly-ley. o, first practical introduction to the cheapness of Mexico's money at n bank here just belorc going to the train. He had (500 In American money exchanged and received In re-- , turn for it (1,090 of Mexican money. Bryan thought that some mistake had been made by the bank and could not understand how it was that he received such a big sum until he had figured it out for himself at the curent rate San Antonla Telegram ofexchange. to the New York Sun. AN OPEN LETTER WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD AND "PITCHER'S OASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK. "OA-STORIA,-" To MOTHERS. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children. Ilitr klru' .Irntcn snlre. The Best Salve in the wot Id for Cuts, Cruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, FeverSores, Tetter, Chapped yell. Even the women haven't the nerve to claim that Cupid ever got married, The mord a woman thinks she knows about politics the less fruit she cans. The more I think about getting married the oftener I make up my mind not to. A woman loves her husband for her children; a man loves his children for his wife. It some folks were the devil on a visit to heaven they would get awfully home-sicWhen a woman cries till her eyes aud nose get all red she is said to have been weeping her heart out. Every man reflects a lot about women, but the married men's reflections are generally not fit to print. A girl spends lots of time wonders ing what she would say it she got kissed, and then doesn't say anything. When a woman takes to wearing a man's collar and necktie it is time for her husband to sew lace frills on his night shirt. A woman never wishes she could wear trousers so much as she does when she tries to go up stairs to steps at a time. New York Press. Honstlioltl Coda The ancient Greeks believed that Penates were the gods who attended to the welfare and prosperity ot the family. They were worshipped as household gods in every home. The is Dr. household god of King's New Discovery. For consumption, coughs, colds, and for all afiections of Throat, Chest and Lungs it is invaluable. It has been tried for a quarter of a century and is guaranteed to cure, or money returned. No household should be without this good angel. It is pleasant to take and a safe and sure remedy for old and young. Free trial bottles at J. H. Williams Drug Store. Regular size 50c. and $1 00. y Itefleetloim of n Hachclor. Skin Eruptions, and positively cures A baby is a little pink bunch of Piles, or no pay required. It is Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by Williams & yr. 13-Bell. 1 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE llSJIkB Tradc Marks Debiqns COPYRtQHT Anron Mn6!ng sketch and dicr1ptIoii may quickly ucerUln oar ortnion frw whether n lUTniion ii pronaoir tloniitrlotlr confidential. Handbook on 1'ateata patents. nt frA. OldMt uimc r for iMmrtnf W . raienia t&kn throuffh iiuim a vy. mwin Ijmtal notk, without charge, la the &C ... The Republican and the Scientific American. Vruca Offloe, OS pimoi. Secrotaryof State Charles Finley. Attornoy General W. S, Taylor. Auditor Samuel H. Stone. Treasurer Geo. W. Long. New York ChemThe distinguished Commissioner of Agriculture, Horist, T, A, Slocum, deiiinnhtratlng his ticulture nud Statistics Lucas discovery ol a reliable and absolute Mooro. cure for Consumption (Pulmonary Superintendent Public Instruction Tuberculosis)and all bronchial, throat, Geo M. Davison. lung and chest diseases, stubborn Ilegister Laud Office Clias. 0. coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, Reynold. Itisuranco Bureau Commlgnioner-- D. and conditions of wasting away, will V. Comiugoro. send THREE FREE BOTTLES (all Adjutant General D. It. Collier. dlflerent) of his New Discovery to any Slate Lilituriuu iMrs. Mary Dnmu afflicted reader of Tub RisrunLiCAN writing for them. Day. His "New Scientific Treatment" HAIUfUH COMMIBStoNKKS. has cured thousands permanently by Jno C. Wood, chairman; J. F. its timely use, and he considers it n simple professional duty to suffering Dempaey, II. S. lrw'111. Secretary humanity to donate a trial ol his in- - ' Samuel F, Hrown. I CONOllKB-IONAfallible cure. Science dally develops new woti-deSenators Hon. William p. Lindaud this great chemist, patientV, J. Deboe. ly experimenting for years, has pro- say, Hon. Representative Fourth District duced results as beneficial to hiinnul- - ' ty as can be claimed by any modern Hon. D. H. Smith. 8TATK LKOISI.ATUUG. genius His assertion that lung troubles and consumption are curable in ' Senator Hon. A, D. James. any climate Is piovcn by "heartfelt Representative Ohio Couuty Htfn. letters of gratitude, "filed inhlsAmcr C. M. Barnctt. lean and European laboratories in thousands from those cured in all OHIO COUNTY. parts of the world. CIRCUIT COURT. Medical nxperts concede that bronHon. W. T. Oweu, Judge Owens-b- o chial, chest and lung troubles lend to ro.' Consumption, which, uninterrupted. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney mrnn.M speedy and ceartaln death. Simply write to T. A Slocum. M. Oivensboro. C , 9S Pine street, New York, giving T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. postoflice aud express address, and O. B. Likins, Clerk Hartford. the free medicine will be promptly B. D. Riugo, Master ComrniMioncr sent. Sufferers should instant advanHartlord. tage of his generous proposition. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Please tell the Doctor that you saw Hartfntd. his offer in the Republican. Cal. P. Keown, Sheriff Hnrtford. Deputies Samuel Keowu Hartford .Joe Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. Courier-Journ- al Bishop, Ccnterton; S. T. Stevens, ' L. rs. . 7, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, was tho originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORfA," tho same that has homo and docs now ygZZZZ on evcrU bear the facsimile signature of wrapper. This is the original "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been used in tho homes of tho Mothers of America for over thirty years. LOOK CAREFULLY at tho wrapper and see that it is the hind you have always bought -j- on tho wwwf rf Q& &W and has tho signature of President. March 8, 1897. Ct&z7&c&t wrap-pe- r. No one has authority from mo to use my name except Tho Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is , . Do Not Be Deceived. Do not a cheap (because gredients endanger the life of your child by accepting substitute which some druggist may offer you he makes a few more pennies on it), the inof which even lie docs not know. FAC-SIMIL- "The Kind You Have Always Bought" (fTi BEARS THE E SIGNATURE OF Insist on Having The End That Never Failed You. tH CtMTAUR COMPACT, T? HURNIf ATHttT. NIW VONH CITT. . -- . - an..iUi e-- A AfaandJomelrtllTjitrated weeklr. it clr-fmlitlfin of tnr MantlSo tonrnal Term i, 13 a vMrt fnnr monlhi. IL Hold brail rtewidealera. for one year up Cromwell. BORN MUNN&Co.36B"''HewYort F St, WuhlntoD, D. C for 81.50. ONE OF TWO WAYS. Court convenes first March and AugiiBtaud continueathreo weeks, and third Monday in May and November two weeks. COUNTY Monday in eplember v " I Absorbed. GivesRelief - n..A T, -- af ujjcus uuu cleans for a generous n cent trial size. Ely' t'rrmii tlnln contains no co caln, mercury not any other inju rious drug. It is quickl) Druggist Ask your CATARRH COURT. 1911 COLD N 99 HEAD """ It may be worth something to know that the very best medicine for restoring the tiled out nervous system to a healthy vigor is Electric Bitters. This medicine is purely vegetable, acts by giving tone to the nerve centres in the stomach, gently stimulates the Liver and Kidneys, and aids these organs in throwing ofl impurities in the blood. Electric Bittets improve the appetite, aids digestion, and is pronounced by those who have tried it as the very best blood purifier and nerve tonic. Try it. Sold for 50c or $1.00 per bottle at J. H. Williams Drug Store. The relatives of a prominent deceased lawyer h.irt the following epitaph inscribed on his tombstone: "A lawyer and an honest man." A good farmer visiting the cemetery was struck forcibly by the epitaph and said to a friend: "I wonder how they came to bury those two men iu the Ex. same grave." Nninplliliigto Know. Allays Iullara Heals and Protects the Membrane. Restores the Senses of Taste and Smell. Full Size 50c.; Trial Size 10c at Druggists or by mail. ELY BROS , 56 Warren St., N. Y. mation. es the Nasal Passages. An Clara Morris, the emotional actress, i9 written a series of short stories based upon incidents in her own life The first of these, called "John Hick- ey, toaenman," is to be published in Actress as an Author. the January Ladies' Home Journal, and shows all the marks of an experienced story writer. Yet it is the actress' first story. A farmer down in Hart county where, by the way, all kinds of game abounds had his farm posted. On a board was the lettering. Don't shoot The excelleut stories, for wnich The Home is noted, will be continued; the Fashion and Fancy Work departments will be kept up to a high standard. Kate Sanborn will continue her bright "Ofl Hand Talks." and every one of the numerous Depait-men- t will be increased and made brighter. Take Notice. You are given a choice of one of the following articles and the Home tor three months for Lord Lisle's Daughtonly 15 cents er, by Charlotte M. Braeme; Book of 60 pages ou Ciochetingand Knitting; or a Stamping Outfit of 66 patterns, many large designs, including Illustrated doilies, etc. Premium List, or outfit for canvassing bent free. ThbIIomePud. Co., 141 Milk St., Boston, Mass. coun-terptec- The Prospoctus of the Homo For 1898. here or I'll shoot you." But the hunters hunted and the farmer cussed. Patience gave out. Cussing did no good. The next day another board was displayed. On it read "Hunt all you please and when the bell rings come-tdinner." The hunters still hunt but they are afraid to accept the old man's invitation to dinner. (oiirIi am! Cold In themselves are not serions maladies. The most trival cough or cold it neglected, may lead to asthma, The bronchitis or consumption. right time to treat a cough or cold is Delay means danger. right away. Dr. Pell's Pine Tar Honey Is a quick cure, a sure cure, and a safe cure. The is no more Catarrh In this section of the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable. For 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 requires 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 duectly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Send lor circulars and testimonial. Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. A congressman from one of the middle States was surprised to learn a few dajs ago that In all the depart- The bladder was created for one purpose, namely, a receptacle for the urine, and as such It is not liable to any form of disease except by one of each month. two ways. The first way is from imQUARTERLY COURT. perfect action of the kidneys. The Beeins on tho third Monday in second way is lrom careless local January, April, July and October. treatment of other diseases. COURT OP CLAIMS. chief cause. Convenes first Monday in January, Unhealthy urine from unhealthy eecjiid Monday kidneys is the chief cause of bladder and Tuesday after the in October troubles. So the womb, like the OFFICERS. OTHER COUNTY bladder, was created for one purpose, G. S. Fitzhugh, Surveyor Sulphur and if not doctored too much is not liable to weakness or disease, except Springe. in rare cases. It is situated back of N. C. Daniel, Assessor Cromwell. and very close to the bladder, theie-for- e Z. H.ShulU, School Supt. Hartford. any pain, disease or inconvenience manifested in the kidneys, back, L. W. Hunt, Corouer Sulphur bladder or urinary passage is olten, Springs. by mistake, attributed to female Poorhouse 0. R. Campbell, weakness of womb trouble of some Keeper, Hartford. sort. The error is easily made and justices' courts. may be as easily avoided. To find A. S. Aull March 3, June 1, Sepout correctly, set your urine aside for twenty lour hours; a sediment or set tember J, December 1. JontB. Wilson March 6, June 5, tling indicates kidney or bladder trouble. The mild and the extraor- September 4, December 4. 12, C. L. WooiiwAKD March dinary effect ol Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, and the great kidney, and blad- Juno 11, September 10, December 10. der remedy is soon realized. Ii you Jas. A. Bowua March 20. June need a medicine you should have the 19, September 18, December 18. best. At druggists fitty cents and B. F. Graves March 25, June one dollar. You may have a sample 20, September 23. December, 2. bottle and pamphlet, both sent free by I.ii n it Irrllntlon mail. Mention the Hartford and seud your address to Is the forerunnerof consumption. Dr Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cute It, Y. The proprietors ot this paper and give such strength to the lungs guarantee the genuineness of this of- that a cough or a cold will not settle fer. there. 25c at all good druggists. John P. Morton, Judge Hartford. D. M. Hocker, Clork Hartlord. E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court conveues first Monday 18S1. V T For more than fifty six years it has never failed in its nrokly visits to th huniwof farmers and villagers througlit tho United States. IT HAS faithfully labored for their prosperity and liappmcra, for the improvement of their bueiiuss and home interests, for education, for tli clcvatiiui ot American manhood and true womanhood. IT HAS told at the fireeide, interesting and instructive utorica ol the doing of the world, the nation and states. IT II AS ndvised tho farmer as to the m'ist approved inethodi of cultivating and harvesting his crops, mid tho proper time to convert them into the largest possible amount of money. IT II AS led in all matters pertaining to tho welfare of farmers anil lillagert, nud forever half a century has held their confidence ami esteem. Wo furnish THE REPUBLICAN aud NEW YOKK WEEKLY TRIBUNE, both papers $1-2- 5 ONE YEAR Address all orders to tho inn. t I1AUTFOIID REPUBLICAN, Write your name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Bu Room 2, Tribune Building, New York City, and sample copy olTHE NHW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE will be mailed to you. Hartlord, IBLy. ffii&!M!M Do you want any fc ! MISS PARLOA'S MORS THAN HALF A MILLION THEM HAVK DtCN (OLD. OF COOK BOOKS. PRINTING? If you do, I1K w Inj ; Miss Parloa's Young Houtikeepsr. D;gned especially to aid beginners. Tell, how to fur niih the kitchen tcmibly i the right way to buy food and to care for it, etc A plain book for plain people. A book that farmers' wives and daughter, will be clad to own. One from which any housewife may obtain an immense SLOO amount of valuable aid we are ready to re- ceive your orders forar.y thing in that line. We print Letter Heads, Dill Heads, Note Heads, I Miss Parloa's New Cook Book. The mo thorough Cock Book published. The directions are clear and concise. It Is thoroughly prac tical, perfectly reliable and is marked by strong good sense. Contains 1,724 receipts, etc SL50 Miss Parloa's Kitchen Companion, complete compendium of cool'ery. Marvellously com illustrated $2.50 and copiously Statements, Circulars, Dodgers, Horse Hills, Tack Bills. Business Cards, Visiting Cards, Wedding Invitations, Prescription Blanks, AStrangor to His Friends. a If It's Worth SiQe-a-We- ei frinting the And oarier-Journ- al Will Democrat, Every Republican, Every Man, Woman or Child who can read will want to read it. f rint It. Every COURIER THE TWICEA-WEEJOURNAL is a Democratic paper, of six or eight pages, issued Wednesday and Saturday of each week. The Wednesday issue prints all the Clean OAK GROVE. News, and the Saturday issue prints Mr. Buddy Albin, of Bauetown, himself through the arm Stories, Mifcellany, Poetry, all mats in the home. below the elbow making such a severe ters of special interest wound that It had to be amputated. It Is edited by Henry Watttrson. Price S1.00 a Year. Dr. Jo Taylor aud Dr. Nail, of Cromwell, and Dr. R. J. Lankford, of SeYou get 104 good papers, of six or lect, performed the surgical oppcra-tiou- . eight pages ecch, for $1 LESS THAN The amputatiou is healing ONE CENT A PAPER. nlncely. USEFUL PREMIUMS Mr. F. L. Sandefur school at the Are given Club Raisers, and Grove is Hearing a close and pupils commissions are allowed who have been in attendance regret agents. vejy much to see the time come for 1 year . $6.00 Dally Courier-Journa- l, it to close. Miss Ella Cope and brother, were Dally and Sunday, 1 year . . . 8.00 a. 00 the puestof, B. Smith and family Sunday alone, 1 jear Sunday. Several of our young people attendQouner- - Journal ed church at Illckorj Sunday and And the nday night S' good-paying ments his district had not only a much larger number of clerks and other employes than it Is fairly en titled to, but that many of them were unknown to life-loresidents ol the locality. He ascertained upon examination that a number of them had been so many years absent from the district that they had no knowledge of it as it is and no associations which cause them to regard it as home. All of which shows that a lite tenure in public office makes a man a stranger to his friends as well as a habitual to-da- i F, tbi tltre Kit ptitFtU 8?" titiljt ol irki. Orlir Itia T AJJRIAT, . PuHIihcrs )tr ittliillir . . r ! n. BOSTON. In fact everything that you want rinted. All work at lowest prices. for estimates. first-clas- s and .ANDY CATHARTIC Write or ca raacav 10 THE REPUBLICAN, ALL DRUGGISTS CURECOtiSTfiPATfiOH t I 35 30' ABSOLUTELY GOARfiHTEEDfoM I pit and booklet free. Ad. BTMtMNfl ItEMLDY CO., Chicago, Montreil, Cta., cr New Tor lu nt.I Our Clubbing Rates. The Republican and tho Louisville Commercial.,.. 81. 25 .. 1.50 " and y . . . 1.75 " aud 1.25 " and New York Tribun " 2 75 and Loulsvlllo Daily Post Semi-Weekly Courier-Journal..Semi-WeeklGlobe-Democr- HENRY FIELD Ss HAVE OPENED THEIR SON SiM THB KINO OP JUVENILES.. Ho book CHATTERBOX on.tain V: 1897 ft huavtrbMBtaad far yoasiPMpl. which compart la valo., cr ku ka4 great annual. Ml el idi this rind Miss McKiuney r were imrried at the Ltithi home ol the bride sundd Niht, Mr. S, P. I'lt-anr- 1 Navpv Goveruur uradley h.t iiimlc pioper and patriotic answer to criticism of his executive order throwing the power of the State militia against the Boyle county marauders. He is correct in assuming that iu the adoption ot this policy he has the approval and suppoit of the law abiding people of Kentucky Mote emphatic still will be the public commendation of the following announcement of the Gov- - Both one year SIX HANDSOME COLORED PLATES ADDED Over 400 Pagec . 3rfl0!fctfi,fcjpBf? i miMtAA(ni 200 Full Paco llltutratlOM. Savaral J For Only $1.50 We h.tve made a special clubbing arrangement with the Twlce-- Week Courier Journal, and will hend that paper and ours lor the price named to all our subscribers who will renew aud pay in advance, or to all new subscribers who will pay iu advance. sent Sample copies of Courier-Journa- l free on applications. All subsciptlons under this offier must be sent to the Hartford a TO THIS YEAR'S VOLUME. Millions of Copies have been fOfa Of dir Imt mcd ad Suppress tho Ou laws. SLrUt, Aa.cd.tM, Pu- tk la lUsll, Sh.rt bnadrd l nw fterit). f 3 lls, Ac. Jtjl Th bast CHRISTMAS PRBXHIT pll lr I Hartford, Ky, A fiua new OMNIUUS will meet all day trains at Beaver Dam. All orders promptly attended to. cruarantecs a com I or table ride. - Harlfir.l, oornor Market and;Unlou,8u-- To v tMLa. DLDtrODoa. Beaver Tyctxru. ty as i iMdln nil r u. Bvsrjr Dir LAURIAT, Publishers, : r BOSTON. ESTES 8c r BokMl!r or si 1 bora aad gbU all carrit It. (. An clgaia vehielo and go(,d orrs Leave cider a tu.c'i 1. etySmblo lake THE RPUBLICAN, i,mMlmir,M(-i,itttm.- no. -- I J,IV' wt. ,j it ..-- . 4CW r fJ E t i wi t msiutmit. Ji Jk