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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1897 hao1897123101 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. SIS cnnurcn, te -- 5BS3 that a curse was pro nounccd against the human race, but the joy felt by every Mother wtien she first presses to her heart her babe, proves the contrary. Danger and suffering lurk in the pathway of the Expectant Mother, and should be avoided, that she may reach the hour when the hope of her iicart is to be real ized, in full vigor and strength. TIE VOL. X. COURT OF CLAIMS. HAETFOBJ) Greer, Kepublican. No. 23. PROFESSIONAL 0A11D. James jo.. gmit3a, fiTTBEW UARTIOKIt.llT. iff OFFICIAL ORBAN OF THE PARTY IK TBE FOUBTS C0N5EESSI0NAL DISTRICT. Wilt practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties, and court oi Appeals. Special attention given f collections. Office east side ol putft square M. L. HAKTFORJJ, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1897. WJ same . . . . Hbavrin. Shelby Taylor. GolT, W P MOTHER'S FRIEND so relaxes the system and as stats Nature, that the necessary change takes place wiuioui nausea, Headache, I Nervous or Gloomy Fore- - 'boding of dan- trying hour is robbed of its pain and suffering, as so many happy cer, and the have experienced. Nothing but 'Motntr's Friend" does this. Don't be deceived or persuaded to use anything else. mothers "Mother! Friend" It trie on the market, and all our customers prilne It lgbl-."-II. Koto A Co . Wnltiwright,Tx. of prlea Writ ble Information for 0( drangliti it 1 orifct fjymill onreoelpt (or book containing valua-00, mil n Motbera, malltd BradfltM BfUUr in. Co., Atltita, Oa. Who n think of torn ilmpl mini to llntr Id-Protect tour U? th.T m a. t.rlni -- ou w.ith hHIB ....it. n rikriVtllllthia . .. rvt , 'a..--- . .. . i.v iniltl ....'... u w . jj ra.ru. . uor ftiniDiton, it c , for tb-- lr 1 iuj puis oOer nd Hit ot two riunilral InTutioni wutVl. Wanted-- An Idea Gray, J W A list ol claims allowed by the Garret, W R . . . 1 00 Ohio Fiscal Court at its October term Greer, J C viewer Graves, B P per diem . . . . 18 00 1897: Awtry, Win MMarthaStewatt $1000 Hatcher, Elizabeth rebite on tax 1 50 Arnold, Monro p'owlng on road 150 Hamilton, W Mplowlng on road 1 5" S Hamilton, Wm same 5" Arnold, Win same 4 5o 5 Hatter, P M AddinRton, J R ' ' ' 3 75 . Ashhy, Geo II ' 5" Hudson, Wm 3 no 450 HendrtclcH, J h Ashbj, RS ' IHnton, Wm 3 00 ' Atnihttong, John '5 6 00 ' 3 00 Hiclcey, Robt Austin, C L ' 3 00 Hartlord Republican, print Awtty, Giles ing &r 06 00 ' Acton, V W "5 I road . 7 00 build bridge 1000 Hudson, A plowing on Aull.AS com'r to Hawkins, A M name 9 00 Allen, J W plowing on road . . a 25 . . 5 25 ' , . Hicks, James 1 00 Allen, W S viewer hauling Same, 3 00 Awtry, W M credit on note . 364 37 relerred . 6 o Hicks, Dan timber Aahby, John I rebate tax '97 . . 3 75 Hoover, J L plow on road wtry, Wm M John Daunlierty 15 1 00 W viewer ley a 00 Hennlng, J Benton.TIlKUrdingJasLan 1 00 . . . . Hawkins. S J . . . 6 00 tails, T F pauper coffin Howar-i- , . . . W P ' 00 loling, Jas A plowing on road . 3 00 Hartford Herald printiug &c . 36 50 45 Benton, T II same Hocker, D M examiner '97 . . 8 00 1 SO ' . . . ... . . 3 00 3 00 t 5 3 00 .... ... .... ..'... McCorraick, R R plow on road 4 50 McKinley, Jo Wra Sharp eux . 40 00 ao 00 Same, John King Same, Sarah Nelson 2000 Same, Susan Rummage . . . 20 00 I 50 Neal, Ben plow on road same Nail, J N 3 37 6 00 ' Newton, P K Newton, WE 5 5 G o Neal, E P . . 5 00 On. L D p.iupet coffin Oiler, J II conveying D A Royal 2 75 Same, conveying Sairi Pelph . 11 00 Potts Wut plowing on' road . . 1 50 Pollard, Grant same 3 00 ' I 50 Pollard, Aaron Plummer, Rtehard ' 45 .... .... ... 1 Bray, Ivd Patton, George t 1.TV:. . . 300 Paxton. JP Patton, CM 3 00 ' Pirtle, F V 4 5 ' Porter, V M 3 00 Pirtle, Mts Delia road bed . . rejee'ed 1 Patton, T T plow on road 50 Qulstnberry, Albert same 5 25 Reid.tlayden & Co Emily Letner &c "97 IS 00 Roach, L M plow Render Herman Rowe, S W Rowe, A Wells Russell, N M ou road .....45 ... ... ... Bunger, LT rr for riftr Cents. Guaranteed tobacco habit eure maVcs weti men auong, blood pure 60c. tt. All drurvui &m vm w.i im w.wjmws i we&ES jjj OF SIN SECURE NERVOUS A Book H for Young and Old. 3?f I; f OUR RECORD Est! 1878 0LOOD 250,000 htCEAccrt': MEN i SKlNfy PRIVATE DISEASES CURED !)aro rou marry in yonr prracnt condition Vou know. "LIKE PATllEl.. A l, h run." lr mamHl. IID -TDD eoD' I .V i 1 Untlj tiring In druilt li marriage a on account P failure with rou early abure ox any veak liy or later ei reitei? Hate tou been drutffed with '1 Ma booklet will mint cut to mercury? , of tbeae crime and liolnt tou the result-- ....... -11I1.II..1. iniiAi. nut now ' our nr.t wmiwu MMlll. JUi.M will potllltely eure you. It ahowa how thou danda have leen pared br our NhW TIlilATMr'NT. It proTei how we can (HIAIlNThK TO 'UHK when irnorant of th e terrible crime you wcroeornmlttlnr, Did vouonlyeonilder Ihn faecinatlnc allarements of thli nil hahltr Vt hen too late to atoia tbe ttr- hblo remit", were your ryes opened to your peril? DM T"i later on in man hood contract any I'M ATK or 111,001) iliieaieT Werejoueured? Do you now and then tee fomo nlarmlnc ymptoma? you tinned YOUNG MAN Hare nttore uatml 250,000 CURED Black, (Milton 300 3 00 Bennett, L D ' Bollng, F W 300 J 50 ' . . . Bean, W T I SO ' . . Boswell, x S 1 ' . . . 50 Baker, Tice 3 35 ' Bean, Calob 2 35 Bean, W T ' 5 Baugh, Wm ' 3 00 Boyd, Rufus Boling. J A com'r build bridge 16 00 3 75 Baiie, W W plow on road 1 00 Burks, D J viewer " Bracken, J J Bryant, A A road bed &c . . 50 00 Barnett, W H 6ame . . . . 28 00 100 Bennett, John S viewer 1 00 ' Barnes, R W 1 00 ' Beau, Henry Bennett, L F plow on road . . 8 25 3 00 Bean, G J pauper coffin . . 277 Btack, T II Jailer fees Beck, J F R & B com'r "97 . . 4" 00 Bollng, J A Nola Hendiickson 20 00 Bennett, W G Isaac Hudson . 25 00 Brown, Jas B Mrs Page &c . . 20 00 18 00 Bollng, Jas A per diem "97 . Cambron, C W plowing on road 6 00 3 same Cooper, E P 1 ' 50 Cookscy, J D . Claybourn 300 Crow, lefetred Crow, T J Cambron, Cicero ' . . . . referred i . . . . 1 ur n - to n "... ... ... ... 1 50 Same, Same, Same ... ... ... ... ... ... .... ' lees "97 355 35 . . 32 15 . , same . . 18 00 . . per diem Illnes, Sam plow on road . . 5 25 HollowayJ MMrsE Whlttaker 20 00 Hoover, L C Sillie Greenlee 25 00 Heflin, G D Delia A Rogers 20 00 Igleheart, D B plowing on road 2 25 Jones.W R R & Bcotn'r per diem 20 00 James, J V pauper coffin 5 00 Jarnagin.N A plowing on road . 1 50 Jones.W R add'l appr R & B com'r 80 00 Johnson, A repair for grader . 1 00 fones, P M pauper coffin 5 o James, S M Emily Shields . . smo Kelley.B L restoring lost record 30 00 Kittley, Ed plowing on road 5 25 Keown, Nancy E same . . 4 50 ' . . Same, 187 ' 2 25 . . . Knott, W C ' 6 00 Knott, Lalay Keown, S O 3 00 same . . . . 3 00 2 25 a 25 4 50 1 ... ... ' ' ' Royal, J C Richardson, J II ' Robertson, H B ' Rice, James (col) ' Russell, GeojW ' Ralph, J D .... 50 I 50 300 I 50 6 75 3 75 3 00 6 00 Ralev, J N Rowe & Morton clothing pauper 5 00 Raaland, J W road bed &c . . 5 00 1 00 Rowe, W I viever Rogers.Chas H plowing . . . . 6 00 Renlrow, A R Matilda Dever . 20 00 Render, W P J ic Barrett . . 20 00 Renfrow, Fitzhugh John Loyd 10 00 Virgil Sutton Same, 20 00 Rgland, U S Elizi Royal . . so 00 (Continued on second page ) ... Incrcuscd sufficiently to offset the decreased demand for coinage purposes." Mr. Meade thinks that but llttU ot the sllter that has been used In tbe arts will ever be put upon the market. While It Is probably true that the most of the silver now coined will remain in this form, the fear that certain countries will throw their large stocks of slher a pon the market is constant and Is probably largely responsible for the recent rapid fall In price. Comparing the years 1873 and 1693, Mr. Meade finds that theyearly product of silver Increased 200 per cent., while the price fell 48 per cent. Tho most Interesting portion of Mr. Meade's article is that which deals with the cost of producing stiver. He notes the general progress ot the silver industry and mentions a few of the most Important improvements In methods and mschlnety. The following extracts will give an idea of some of the changes: "Tbe first and most Important Improvement in silver production has been the Improvement In transportation. Railroads have been rapidly extended throughout tbe western part of the United States and of recent years Into Mexico. The building of theso latter ltuds has made possible the importation of silver ore from Mexico Into tha United States, which greatly stimulated the silver Industry of the former country. Railroad transportation enables the shipping of fuel and timber, frequently scanty In the richest mining localities, and also the introduction of the improved machinery, without which, except in the richest deposits, silver mining cannot y succeed. Transportation facilities also make It possible to utlllzo lead as a byproduct of silver, which materially decreases the cost of silver production. Difficulties of transportation have seriously retarded ths progress of sliver mining In Bolivia. A railway has, however, recently been in process of construction in that country, which will open some of the richest mines." "Next in Importance to the improvements in transportation come those in the mechanical and chemical processes of mining and extraction of ore. We may divide these as follows: Improve- Attorneys at Law HEAVRIN & 1AYL0R, Cancer Of HARTFORD, KY. the Face. Attorney at Law Beaveh Dam, Ky. Perry Westerfield, Mrs. Laura E. Mlms.of Smlthrllle.Ga., savs: "A small pimple of a strawberry color appeared on my cheek; it soon began to grow rapidly, notwithstanding all efforts to check it. My eye became terribly inflamed, and was so swollen thatfor quite a while I could not see. The doctors . said I had Cancer of the most malignant type, and after exhausting their effort without doing me anr eood. they cave up the case as honeless. When in formed that my father had died from the same disease, they said I must die, as hereditary Cancer was incurable. "At this crisis, I wss advised to try S.S.S., and iua short while the Cancer began to discharge and continued to do so for three months, then it began to heal. I continued the medicine a while longer until the Cancer disappeared entirely. This was several years ago and there has been no return of the disease." S&-- Attorney at Law. Haj.tfoui, K V R. R. WEDDING .' pructite bis proltwiou in uli the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. 111 Jr Attorney O. 2E. B.iftk.IRIfcTIE.I'T, HARTFORD, KY. at Law, Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careiul attention will be given to a business entrusted to his care. Col lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Rapk. Also Notary Public. 3E3. A Real Blood Remedy. Cancer is a blood blood remedy will blood remedy, and manently cure Cancer, Scrofula, Eczema, Rheumatism or any other disease of the guaranteed purely Will practice his profession in the Courts of Ohio and adjoining conn disease, and only a ties. Special attention given to sol cure it. S. S. S. lections. Office in Courthouse vegetable) is a real never fails to perBlood Diseases, Attorney at Taw, HARTFORD, KY. JP. 3iJE3-A.I(umnty Attorney) J, blood. on Cancer and mailed free to any address. Swift Specific Co. Atlanta, Ga. f rom Send for our books ments In extracting and dressing the Kissinger, Peter ' . . . 150 2 An Keown, C P cost in road suit same . . . Same, ' Same, ' Same ' . . . Same, ' Same, ' . . Same, ' . . Same, 50 ... ... ... 6 00 650 9 00 8 co I 00 3 00 3 00 Clara Morris, the emotional actress, is written a series ot short stories based upon incidents In her own lite The first of these, called "John Hick ev. Coachman,' is to be published in the January Ladies' Home Journal, and shows all the marks of an exper ienced story writer. Yet it is the first story Actress as an Author. sv , ... Sinie. i . Cook, WW Coppage, Wm Same uicmau, .. ANV CU.IAU..K Me, treat anJ eure KNlriMfiNri, VAWCOChM., fiYl'MLIS. OMSKr", CASK OH NO I'AY. siKiirruiti!. Uiieaiea. t'RCT DKA1KH. IIKMATIIKAI. I)1S- fllArtUKS.KlU.NKV and ULAUUb'll runni Ktfn. hr. CURES GUARANTEED "The Warn of Sin" aent free) br eneloilne 2a .Lamn. I'OKHIILTATION.- -;. f. . ir rill.i;. .. unaoia to ran,(orwnia mr HUMS OUKSTION UIjAAK Tlll.AT.Yl.NT. ....... i Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, O. DRM. r l aV-- T rliy ill- 1 - T iT'T tM iT-- 1 GRDVE A w u.JiLSil fc.tB iiVi"uE- - i3lHau(wm TASTELESS C HILL WARRANTED. PRICE OiLaTia, TDNIC IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. GO cts. Keown, Sara Joseph Milltr eux 3' o i Keown, C P bal on settlement 6 57 ' 5 Lantiam. J M plowing on Mad 3 ' 4 5 Carter, A A 3 25 Same, .time 3 00 Cook, Iwis viewer . 3 00 Lod. T L Campbell, C R Almshouse 1 . . , Let, Go B 50 krtptf 682 50 Loney. ""t" . 4 50 LB pau Carson & Co provision for ' pkM d pers 45 55 Leach, II C Llles.Di J L mnlical service.. S 00 W II Rummage & wile 40 00 Carter, Lrnch H S plowing "n n ad . 2 25 Douglas, R D plowing on road I 50 5 t ad . . Bame Davis, J II 3M Leach, AG BB land for mil fence . 20 o o same Liken, 225 Davisbon, Wallace ' . Leach, W L plowing on road , . 3 ' . W 15" Dnnlel. C Lyons, Win 'iitiK' 4 50 1 5" ' . Daniel, Steve 4 50 Lons Wm 1 5" ' . Douglas, WM s J.ime- 4 5 10 00 Li Davis. J II road bed . . 3 co 2 ..o Settle, Duke, Win V viewer Lnch Dr I L m dieM rvrviff 7 5 Duke, J A plow on road . . . . 7 5 Lawit-ticRobt 'arali V diet ' 2 o 3 75 same Camel, Ctus Llti'M II I C in ' note . . 2 5 Daugherty, US ' . . 810 h ptr ditm . 7 5" Ltf Jt ' Daniel. Wade Mtt-- , ARilt Bcora't uerOitm 15 'O . . 5 L avis, A T Mrs Gilstrap M.nuiox, Dr I D hervicts rens 3 00 Eskridge J W plowing deted W A Ault 5 00 hauling 3 O0 Same, Miles, Hoyden plowing on road 3 co road . 4 50 Esktidge, II plowing on 6 10 Morlow, Rerao same . . 1 5 Eagon, George same ' Milligau. GcoW 4 50 1 So ' Same ' 1 . . . Mitchell, Buck 50 Fleener, W M R & B com'r ' . . . Miller. J L 9 00 allowance 50 00 1 ' . . . Mosley.J N 50 Ford.Dr E W see Jno B Wilson 5 00 B 6 75 Paught, J T plowing on road . 1 50 Moore. H Martin, W N & Son Wm 1 5 Puqua, T A same Jarvis &c '97 20 00 a 5 WT French, Elizabeth Angle 10 o Same, ' . . . 3 75 French, SH Maitin, Jno E ten Culbertson . 5 00 75 Foreman, C W Miller, E T special atl'y '97 , . 5 00 3 75 Foreman, Wm II same Strue, 500 a 00 , Filback, Andrew viewer 6 75 Miller, J E plow on road . . 26 00 . Foster, Isaac road bed . . Miller E T com'r to make set-- ) Foster, Spurgeon plow on road 1 50 tlement 97 25 00 (50 Morton, T J examiner '97 Foster, Alex same 8 00 Foreman, Jas W ' . Mostun, John P sitne 800 4 50 Martin, W N & Son Betsey Ford, W S Daughttt) 15 10 Ford, Dr E W almshouse physician 150 ou Martin, G W plow on toad . . 4 50 Foster, Isaac Jr Margaret Ashby 20 00 Mtitiu, W N & Son Lura Smith 20 00 10 00 McCatty, Dr N service tenderSame, James White J ed David Baize 10 00 Gary, Sarah F plowing on road 7 50 100 feet of lumber . , 1 00 McPhersou W F plow on toad . 9 00 Same, 3 00 50 McDowell, Toney viewer Greer, W G plowing on road . , ' ' '5 3 -- ' Same.Steven settlement ha. '97 147 58 . . lees '97 Same. 377 50 . CaUoon . . . 1500 Kuli w u THE PRICE OF SILVER. Its Fall Duo Principally to Incroaeod Supply Oausod by Cheaper Produotlon. Trier Alan Affected br Dlmlalahetl Uolnmie Dr-mn- nd - ore and improvements in methods of treatment. Under the first the steam nnd later tho electric hoist have been substituted for the hand windlass. Immense improvements have been made in tbe construction of concentrators. The old method of concentration, which is still In use in Mexico and at mines in the United States, was that of hand picking. The Improvements In sampling ores have been even more striking. "Qreat Improvements have also besn made in ore crushing. For the bowlder crusher of Bolivia and Mexico have been substituted tho battery of stamps and the rolls. A large amount of labor has been saved by the manner of construction of the smelting works. All refining works or now built in terrace form and are so arranged that tho base bullion, which has necessarily fo be haudled while belnff unloaded, sampled and charged Into the sof tentngf urnace.ahall run from ono furnace to another and not be lifted again until it is loaded. .... on-roa- d c ... ... I 55 1 ... ment has been even more active than In the preliminary operations. "lit the treatment of 'dry' silver ores, which are amalgamated with quicksilver and retorted. XJie chief improvePnctora af Cheaper Prednettea. ment of recant yeajrs has been in the Are Chetaaer Traeaaportatlaa, netter saving of quicksilver. "Tbe methods ot extraction of high Mechanical and Chemical I'reeeaeea of Treat tan Ores. Vac of Eleetrtattr grade silver In vogut in the United tmmenae Dermalta t Sliver Ore States and in the best mills throughout as folStill In Sight Silver la Frdaee4 tbe world may b summarized mill, la Cheaper la Mexico neeanae Waacea lows: The ore is hauled to the sifted and sorted by machinery, crushed of Miner. Are Paid la Silver. by heavy stamping batteries or by the rolls, after which It Is carried directly The laBt number of the Journal of to tha amalgamating pans, In which it Political economy contains an Interest-a- g is kept constantly in motion by maarticle- by Kdwtrd S. Meade on chinery, passing through the eight pana "lhe Pall In the Price of Silver." The In four hours. From these the pulp diets produced by Mr. Meado make It passes Into settlers, which clean up tha clear that the prico of silver has fallen charge of 1,000 pounds In four hours for tbe same reason that pricea of nails, more. The mass Is then retorted. Tha iteel rails, calico and of most other average cost of an ayerage mill in manufactured articles hnve fallen Imwas from $3.12 to 54.90 per ton proved nnd cheaper methods of producof ore. eplte of tbo great decline In tion. In "The improvements in lead sliver exprice since 1S88 production hasincreased traction hate been perhaps more notaThe- rapidly facreaaiag 53 per cent. ble than any others. Prior to 1874 these supply of sliver and the erjually nffK ores tvero reduced by amalgamation as In price aro undoubtedly decline ordinary dry ores. About that time It for mostotthedemonetlzatlon v as dlscoi ered that this silver could bo occurred since 1873 and acts which have far more easily extracted by a process so numerous of smelting. Following this dlscotery which are now becoming that It seems likely that.nsourdlrector curne tho great development of Lead-vlll- e af tbe mint Bajs, It will be less than IS nnd Pueblo In the early eighties. face The essentials of this method of extracyearn before every country on tbe gold of the earth will have adopted the tion are: (1) Thcsmcltlngoftheoreln standard. an ordinary blast furnace; (2) tho conThe following table shown the world' centration of ths sliver Into a much pioductlon of sliver, coinage demand smaller quantity of lend: (3) the sepaand price perounce from 1888 to 1896: ration of the silver in a cupeling furPrlca World's coin Production age of illver per fins nace. The blast furnace has been greatof allver In ly improvedduring the last 24 years. una ounces, in nno ounces, ounce. 10S.S27.60S 104,3M,UJU I .MS An important feature of the general lW.CMUM 1SS9 .lua .uo.mcu 1KH) IMS improvement In the silver industry has 11US9.S2S ,W7 1S.91 .137,170,119 1G02.M9 120 WJ MT ,71 been the rspid Introduction of electricl.153.151,762 1M2 .780 106 C97.7SI .165.472,621 1833 tv Into mining operations. Tbe use of .US .161,610 SM 87.47U23 KM the electric light has greatly facilitated .SH S,057,903 .lC3.30t,3U ISM on within the noticing these statistics Mr. all processes carried Is also employed After mine, niectrlo power s: Meade so) In hoisting ora nnd In pumping, with "We cannot ascertain with any exact-nethe best results the strength of the demand from cost ery convenience. both as regards Electricity can and the arts, it has probably been stimubo transmitted long distances vt Ith only by the Increasing cheapness of alllated a small Jobs of power, and It is thus ver, but there Is no evidence that it ha possible- to use power at such a distance Arl-noss Demand Una De erraaral Ten Per Cent. Since 188", While Production Una laereaaad IMS Deanoaetlaatlon Acta Hat .'or, Dnt tne lleaalt af Loner Prlera r SIlTer Some at the "In the smelting proper improve- K. t,. LEESIMMEHMAN, its source iS would render ltother wise unavailable. The Importance os this Improvement can be better realized! Hartford. Ky. when we consider that one of tho greatest obstacles which mining, espe- Will practice bis profession in all Ae cially In Mexico, has to encounter Is Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties the difficulty of obtaining fuel forpow-- r, Collections carefully and promptly atowing both to the lack of transportended to. Office with T. J. Smith tation facilities and, where these exist, &Co , Market Street. to tho high charges of hauling coal from tho United States. Where water VICKERS, pom er exists within a radius of GO miles It can be used for the transmission of electric power to a allver mine. The Hhrtford, Ky., economy of power Is very remarkable. Will practice his profession in Ohio At one sot of mines in Mexico, those and adjoining counties. Special attoperated by the Heal Del Monte works, electric power is obtained from Ilegla ention given to all business entrusted falls and transmitted from 1 J to 25 miles to his care. Office in Republican to work pumps, hoists, stamp mills, building. orushers nnd ventilators, "It is obvious that the results of this ARMISTEAD JONES, long series of improvements in silver y. j. T mining and stiver smelting have been greatly to lower tao coat, ui producing HARTFORD. KY.. Bllver. These improvements have doubtWill practice in all the Courts ol Ohio less to soma extent been accelerated and adjoining counties. Special atby the falling prico of sliver, which they Offioa bavo also tended to produce. It was not tention given to collections. to be expected that the great advances with County Attorney. which have characterized every othes department of industry would not affect F. H. HEAVRIN & CO., Prop's the production of silver, and it should be remembered that there la no reason G. S. RALEY. to believe that this march of improveP H. HEAVRIN . Clorkt. ment will be stayed. To toko but on illustration: If the experiments in tha -- NEWutilisation of the direct heat ot the sua are ever successful tbe smelting ot all kinds of ores will b completely revolutionized. Tbe problem of fuel will bave been solved. j 701 to 715 vr. Market 3t. "The second and most Important eleLOUISVILLE, KY. ment of the production of silver Is the per day. supply of ore." Mr. Meade here notes Rates $ .00 by tho Reduction the week the many large deposits of sliver, prac- Street cars from all depots pass the tically Inexhaustible, left In different door. In center of wholesale and to parts ot tho world, and tbo probability that under new methods ot mining and bacco trade, smelting the output of many mines will j I greatly Increase. "A third factor In the supply of sll- - I Ter which has doubtless exerted u considerable Influence Is the silver stand-ur- d prevailing In Mexico and the CenP. O. AUSTIN, M'g'r., tral and South American Bllver countries. The miners' wages are paid and 531 west Market Stroot Bo twnon 5th and 6th, most of the supplies are purchased in terms of the sliver standard. Domestlo prices and wages have not varied with the prico of silver, and by consequence I. the fall in silver has not affected the R. I.. BAKER profit of mine owners to the same ex- ' AND Chirks: tent aa In the United States. This fact T. O BAKER. placed mining operators in silver has It. standard countries at an advantage in TIME TAII1.K I. '.11Y. II. IIKAVHIt 1A91 competition with their competitors in leaving Bener Dam as follows the United States and Europe and has Trains NORTH HOUND. doubtless to somo extent Increased tha Express 4:41 a.m supply of stiver, though we should bo 5:07 a.m. careful not to exaggerate ita Impor-- Accommodation . 8:8 a.m. ' Local FU.nat tance. 12:55 p.m. "To summarize this portion of our Accommodation 7:10 p.m. study i We find that the increase in tha Express SOUTH BOUND. ot silver, whloh has been tho sunnlv 12:25 a.m. main cause of Its fall in price, has been Express 10:24 p m. due to the application of Improved proo- - Express 11:00 a.m. esses and appliances to a series of ore Accommodation . 2:38 p.m. discoveries extending over the last 30 Local Freight ' years, and that this advance of lm- - Accommodation . 8:15 p.m. The North bound uapressuain uue prot anient has constantly lowered th cost of producing sliver." at 4:21 a. m. and South bound Ex a m,, do stop press due at Ilamptr Damply' Great Tall. at Beaver Dam. Train due at 10:42 a. m., going south, will stop at Beaver Dam to discharge passengers from Louisville, and to pick up passengers lor points south ol Central City. Coupon tickAll other trains stop. ets on sale to all principal points in United States and Canlda. Accident sss Attorney at Lavs HARTFORD, KY7 attention given to col making abstracts, &c. also Notary Public for Ohio County. Oflir-- North sido ot public square. JNO. B. WILSON, SPECIAL Attorney at Jaw Attorney at Law, J.B. "iTIOmey ST laVV PWI 1 HOTEL, Illy AUSTIN HOTEL Louisville, Ky. 1 12-2- i. ( Parte Medlolno To , fit. Ixjuia, Mo. (DO bottlea ot We aold laat Tear, (lanlUmani TONIC and bar OIIOVKB TA8TKLKB8 CHILI,year. In all oar ea bouiiht three aroaa already Ihia bualneia, bnre serlence of It yeara. In tba druir unliarial aatla neter aold an article thai (are aucn Toura truly, taction aa your Tonlg. Ills., Nor. It, 1S93. i oint - For sale by J II Wl ibui fioasmi. . PLEASE m& ytvjtfl' m and insutance tickets. H. Merrick, Agt., Beaver Dam, Ky. ik 1 1 Henderson route Louisville. Henderson and St Louis Railway Company Time Card effective May 30, 1897. EAST BOUND I Mg?W ktf "" nbf9 flaaaaaam" ' iuwiu vJ'f t?lK qj storing-- - lwa a? w Wafrrii fcsona Lwlll 5v iro l llld utma.mnI HUt-aTlI "'fcr'rM: ,un.uir tf.'JITVJ.vV rHuuowm T.1 MUtUUUSkU. ,909 HwPJffl. tha Phiijrafj, bjr Uenri a jffrri IWrtlTOIDO .Waca'ict) CANDY CATHARTIC 10c 7:56am 8:55pm Lv. St. Louis Evansville 6:50am 2:20pm 2:45am Owensboro 8:18am 3:44am 4:00am HaweavlUe 9;i7am 4'4opm 4 5oam Ctoverpoft9:45au 5 03pm rtioam Irvlngton 10:45am 6.03pm 5:571m AtLomsvllle 12:35pm 7'45pui 7:30am VEST BOUND No 41 43 Lv Louisville 7:30am 4:5P 8:3pm Brandenburg 8:51am 9:30am Irvlngton 9:15am 6:43pm 9:52am Stephenpott 9:51am 7:20pm touinai Cloverport loiiiam 7:39pm io:6pm Hawesvllle 10:35am 8:04pm 10:58pm Owensboro n:35m 9'05P" 11:48pm Spottsvllle 12:17pm 9'47pni 1 a :13pm 10.10pm 12:45pm Henderson "Mo Svaasvllot :15pm 10:40pm auj No. 4a 44 4 Spottsvllle 7:38am 3.07pm 2:28am Henderson 7:15am 2:46pm 3:10am AMaKt Humpty Dumpty aat on a wall. Huropty Dumpty sot a great rail, And all the aer.atora and conrresamen Can't put llumpiy Dumpty sixteen to on again. I.lnlav Up far Gold. Costa Itlca has adopted the goM tandard, nnd Ben Salvador ud Guatemala will follow its example as soon as ths necessary legal forms can bs completed. .". Pitman and Jerome 1). Howard. A pttfect Qrcr 350,000 copi- -i sold. For ule by ilTEl alt booltidlcrt, or vve wilt .cndlt.bjrnuU.pott paid, WANDM with the Wiowi?hle SU it Off Otftibt f 1,95. THE DENN PmtAN ar Buiar' Pnt And lh Pkomim S3YSTEM tor 4 j,. World's Fair. '''" 'T J. ).catalog frte. 'tatiin M Education tho ttandard. PlIONprMtVZINSTITUTS OHIO, I. f tmdKs "niJitr- Full CO., Called 25c 50c v X Kb L -- r" ,j.r Aii I 1 ''ViaM Y. icolanMnt WOOL uuju. ikxitmj rl iBwr rasyi ssayftrfwr ,Nmrt1'Ma "it .HtlKLDY 1AYL0H . 4J t rz. -- Winter toutlst tickets are now on sale from Beaver Dam, Ky., to the following points, at prices named for the round trip: ArSK.Lels7:3apw. I'7-Aberdeen. Miss ... AU run tlltOURU T. 4 ."B?" tcalna n.i 1. Taclcson. Miss n..U in. fltJaUaaaaaaaW le, anrougii on 'j MrPnmS. MIsS wan Sleepers f M Tjja.MtV4H St. Louis. Evansv1ai Hammond. La New Orleans, vllk- - No. 41 and l8 . MiA' 11 for l'urOLij Brown, Wm M Judge election . 2 00 Moore, E P plow on road 8 25 thrlMiiinw Unit. Black, T II Jailer Tuesday night the young gentle1 74 70 Maddox, I L R same 50 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1897 Carter, Jno V plowing on road 1 50 Muflctt.J W 6 00 men of Hmtfoid pave n ball and (Continued from first ) Craig, G M penitentiary ior forging a postal Stevens, J 1 rebate on tax paje The ball wnt nt the Couit same 6 75 luncheon 7 50 Same, Offlco on Fox Stroot. '97 $46 08 In tho Stomach Caused Great Clark, W A 1 50 note in Memphis for a small amount. Stratton, R f 2 pauper coffins . 8 Mosley, II C 3 00 Hall and lunch was srrved by Mr. Suffering Was Confined to tho 00 Boyse nt the Hartford House. The Iitcd lUrry Krlilnynl llnrlfntil, I(y Since ho got out ol tho pen ho ap- Stewart, J J Mrs Andrew Kim Colcinan.Shermau 2 25 3 75 Same, Bod But Now Able to Work. " In October, 1896, 1 had an abacaw In 5 55 Miller, Jno L blty '97 is co Coleman, David ' I3SO dancing hall was beautifully decorated JAS. A. ANDERSON Editor. peared to bo entirely reformed, married his second wifo in Corbln, who Same, 4 50 Muffett, J W Jinc Rvuip&c . . 25 co Catter, A A 300 with evergreens and made a inngnlfi-ce- nt my stomach. I was alio taken with Ipita wt Cate, Webster house for election 4 00 Same, Subscription, $1.25 por yoar had eonio money and bought him a Smith, Haidin citing tor nppenrai ce The young people rlsy ind coughed very bidty. 3 00 by phyilcUns but did not Improre. were on lunl to trip the MI lit fantnsi treated WAAult 39 5 Coombs, Wm pauper coffin . . 5 00 Marlow, C C post-onint Hartford newspaper. Tho paper was succeed sintered at the 4 50 I gave up ill hopo ot ever getting well. ns second class mnll matter The My right eldo wm swollen and I was not 3 00 Miller, las II 4 50 tic" nnd will did they dolt ing admirably when Overstrect got Shullz, II E viewing on road . 2 50 Chapman, Ob same across tbo room and was Shrcve, Robt plowing on rmd . I 50 Cooper, E T 3 00 Miller, J II 300 ball opened at 9 o'clock nnd ns the able to wilkmy to drinking again and went from bad bed. I was advised to confined to Shrevp, J e 1 me Miller, J P per diem 50 Campbell, C R keeper 24 00 morn of Wednesday was breaking the try Onto county's new officials Will to uoreo until ho skipped out. and began taking 148 93 Morton, Jno P court house crowd dlpcrscd Sharp, I'll!) 2 25 that they It. Hood's Bartaparlllacould aca chtngo tnko clinrgoof aflairs Monday. In three days I Cromwell School Disttlct, tence com 100 00 had enjojed nn evening of real pleasSharp. NT Civil Nrrlco llrlorm. (or tho bettor. kept on taking Hood's 150 house for elections a 00 Mason, Lee house for election . 2 00 ure Music was furnished by Messrs. BarsAparllla nntllI I bad talton (our botThe subject of Civil Service Reform Smith, Jno A Finn destroyed the outfit of the 75 Carson, Joe L per diem . . 43 50 Mnxley, C R tles and continued to Improre. I am now ' same 2 00 M. fienn, Jesse Denn nnd Elvis Cnrson, 4 5o Richmond raniagraph Inst Tuesday, seems at present to be the most im- Splnks RH Coleman, Lum E D Davis . , 35 00 McDanlel, W B to portant one before the public and Stout, R A ' . . . Promptly ableE. do a good day's work on the farm." 4 00 which was the ery best. 2 25 loss nhout 82,G0O. M. Mann, DemosaTllle, Kentucky. Carson, Joe L judge of election . 2 00 Messenger Job Printing Co. among the many good things said Slnnett, IS nt 12 o'clock all games and dancing ISO Carson, C T same 2 00 printing &c 67 54 ceased nnd the merry dancers and Miss Charlotto Crnuc, nn nctrcss, about Its use and abuse we have seen Same, ' . . 4SO Chlnn, Jas S 2 00 Maddox, Geo Scsan Fulkersoii 15 00 their guests nowhere n more sensible statement Shultz JiiT was refused ndtnittnnco to n iahiona-blrcpilred to the Hartford 3 00 Crowder, C G 2 00 McKeuuey,DrA medical service (2 00 House where nn elegant lunch was . ball at Charleston, W. Va., last than the following from the Pittsburg Sneddt-nRichard ' ISO Coppage, U 2 00 Moore, E P clerk ol election . . 2 00 served to the satisfaction ol ' Scott, O E . . . Thursday and now the social elites Times: everjone. Cooper, E P 2 00 Mason, Lee . . 2 00 same "The civil service Is no terrible Steven.. The following named people were com'r of that city nre much wrought up over per diem 20 00 Chapman, W L clerk of election 2 00 Morgan, J T sheriff election ... 2 ($ present: Dr nnd Mrs. E. B. Pendletlstx(or3. rreporedontyby a I. IIoodAOa, thing that It cannot be filled when the matter. Lowell, Mm. Pet Hood's and onlr Hood's. 2 65 Massiet J L judge election . . . 200 ton, Mr. nnd Mrs. R T occasions required recruits. The Smith, J A plaw on road . . . . a 25 Chapman, II II sheriff Collins, Mr. aro tbe belt oTUMUriner (Continued next week ) Stevens, Sihs viewer a 00 Chapman, Dr G F medicine . . 5 Co and Mrs J. R Phlpps, Cpt n d HOOd S The improvement in tbo Louisville American citizen is a man of accompuis, 14 dJguUon. at. Same, Martha Barrett . . . . 25 00 A copy attest: survejing Mrs. S K Cox, Mr. nnd Mm M. L. Commercial continues from week to plishments, and from the rnnks are Same, ... 300 Carson, Joe L R& B com'r . 40000 D. M. HOCKElt, U. O. C. U 1 00 Heivrin, Mrs Mc Fair, Mrs. Jos. A. week and by its help the Republican chosen from time to time Presidents, Shubz II E viewer 40000 By OSCAR BISHOP, D 0. Thomas, Mrs. Dr. E W. Ford, Mr. party in the State oi Kentucky will Congressmen, Governors and any- Samlerlur. L A roiJ bed . . . 5 00 Chamberlln J C same Some, 1 00 viewer . H. P Taylor, nnd Dr. A. B Baird be in better condition to fight the thing else needful. From the ranks Stewart, W H plow on road . . 1 50 A t'levir rrlrk , . 43 75 per diem of the people could be supplied every Sanders, W T same, . nnd wife, ol Oklationin; Misses Sue 7 50 Same, common enemy. It certainly looks like it, but there ' Yclser, I.Mh Morton, Edna Griffin, month, if necessary, enough compe- Sullenger. BF 4 50 Carson, T II Carson road bed an&dnmage 25 00 is really no trick about It. Anybody Hettie and Tun Democrats aro getting their tent persons to equip any department Stewart J J pauper coffin ike . . 8 75 Nail, Florence White, can try it who has Lame Back and Carson, J H B Luna Maple 35 00 Amanda Haizc under the Government. From the Same, Lands as f campaign pretty warm in tho nomi40 00 Weak Kidneys, Malaria or nervous Bessie and Florence Moiton, Sara January 3, 1098. Dexter, J S plowing ori road . . 5 00 Ares Tax Juhu Watson 10 00 Collins, Hell Wtcrncr, Etta Thomas, Tux payer. nation lor Governor and by tho time day when the volunteers of 1776 Same, troubles. We mean he can cure him4 50 fame, Chesterfield Daugherty 20 co Davenport, A J same 30 ol their convention their party will be arose and demonstrated in the Revoself right away by taking Electric Ltllle Thomas. Glenn Bibb, Jessie Aubrey, Sam P Daniel, J T . . 1 SO W 25 war the ability of the Taylor.Scott bouse f irjeUctfons 6 00 fo badly divided that it will be an lutionary Bitters. This medicine tones up the Allen, Lizzie Sanderfur, Laura Mor- Brand, Jno W B . 150 Taylor, R C plowing on road . 4 50 Duke. 16 , whole easy matter for the Republicans to American there has never been a time acts as n stimulant to ton. .Mary Nail. Mabelle Brown, Mary Basham, )ns D Davis, O D . 4SO nnd Margaret Nichols Virgie Smith, Cradshaw, J. B 6 00 when the citizen was not thoroughly Taylor, Travis same 42 elect their entire State ticket. the Liver and Kidnejs, Is a blood Davis, J G . , 3 00 ' 16 Boyse, Sillie Taylor, Fannie Bray Fcdells, competent to take care of such affairs Taylor, M 150 Dennis, O C per diem . 3 75 puiifier nnd nerve tonln. It cures Cox, ' ot State as came his way. That a life Taylor. IF is pretty generally understood Isabtlle Cox. Lettie Marks, Mas Dal ton, W A 190 S25 Same, sheriff of election Fainting Constipation, Headache, 3 00 62 bel Rcid, Mary Taylor, Beulah Coots, Dean, Maty , '97 4 SO that Preeident McKiuley will soon time of training is necessary to make Tichenor, W ri Daughetty.W O plowing on road 4 50 Spells, Sleeplessness and Melancholy. Nola Her, Mrs 11 Walker; Messrs Er- Edmonson, Mrs L 75 order taking out of the classi8 efficient clerks for the Government Thomas. J W issue an It is purely vegetable, a mild laxative, Duke, J D 'same 75 Taylor, HP Evans, Mrs Emma 44 4 50 fied service about 40,000 oflices now service Is an insufferable humbug. and restores the system to its natural nie Morton, Jas Thomas, Chas. GrifDavis. N B 3 00 120 300 Duncan, David judge election It should bo Civil rervice reform, as It operates at Taylor, Wm B vigor. Try Electric Bitters and be fin, Sam Cox, Henry Nail, T. II. Early, Hiram held by Democrats. 2 00 Taylor, Jno X medicine for 188 convinced that they are a miracle Black, Wayne Griffin, J. G Keown, Finch, W L once, for civil service, tho present, has installed in office the apdone at S Johnson 600 Dugin, Marshal Ned Tanner . 10 00 C C. Wedding, C. Field, Jas. Sander-fu- r, Ford, W S pointees of the last Administration. 170 worker. Every bottle guaranteed. way it has been administered, is a Early. S M plow on road . . 1 50 65 Albert Stewart, B. Heavrin, C. Fuqua Jno S Thpy are probably no worse and cers Tanner, J E viewer on road . . 2 00 Only 50c a bottle ntj. II. Williams farce. same same 9 00 r 00 Eskridge, Jo Keown, Dob Marks, II. Dugan, W. Q. Greathousc, Ann tainly no better than a similar num Same, Drug Store. ' ' Thomas, Virge 225 2 00 Elliott, AC Gott, M P Hubbard, A D Buikill, Jno Mcln-tyr4 A creek in Texas is said to be so ber of others would be. But the sinEllis, W P clerk election . . 2 00 1 00 CoiiKnl U.I Iraii. 20 Bob Allen, O. G. Williams, Gaines, Noel crookeJ that birds attempting to fly gle point in the case is that in a re- Tinsdev, Wood joad . I suffered for 25 3 ears with a cough Pearl 600 1 00 I French, Wm plow on over it, often light on the same side public there is no reason why one set Tichenor, Pird 160 Tweddell.Jo Smith. Mr. Gor-de- n, Hhuruphrcy, Roll with It Is presumed, of men should have a life thee fttaited from. Tatum, Cornelia plow . . . . 9 00 ' Fa"m, Elias same Hewlett, W T 25 900 and spent hundreds ol dollars avail Mr. Crochet, Mr May. commanded doctors nnd tor medicine to no ' that it was there the free silver patty N Thomson, C H 4 50 until I used Dr Bell's Pine Tar Hon25 4 5o Foreman, F The uunageinent. Messrs. Henrv Hewlett T II d its first organization, as they of the public salaries. The first real Taylor. Dr J W&Dr Nail services a eo Farmer, II F 51 300 ey. This remedy makes weak luncs Nail. T. H. Black, R. T. Collins and Hcadcrson, Isaac have ntver succeeded in getting bes relorm needed in the civil service is ' Farmer, CM A It has saved my lite J. R. Wayne Griffin worked hard to get 2S strong. yond thtir first starting point. 90 to get rid of the idea that the Cleve- Thomas Bros Sylva Hlnes . . 20 00 up Hamilton, T Rosi-LL- , ' Grantsburg, 111. Glasgow Republican. 3 75 Isaac Stovall 51 10 00 Foreman, Jno O the ball nnd deserve special mention Jones, Wm land appointees own the nation, and Same ' W Joues, Jno 3 00 And the name of the "reek is "No the next to give every man an equal Thomson, R B Myra Minton 73 15 00 Fieener, Jno for their untiring work. SIOO.OO In Cold Given Away. Inckson, Jcston Same, Stewart & sister . . 60 00 Fulkerson.S L house for election 3 00 Creek." 45 chance." The Youth's Advocate, Tenn., a Forbes, Edwin pauper coffin . . 3 00 King. Win Wilson, Jno B surveying for Co eriu; , toi.n m: C'E.N'TKllTOWjr. Am. during this year we have told payable to Dr. Ford 5 00 Forter, Isaac Jr for Jas White 20 00 sixteen page illustrated journal a TaleLixative Hromo Quinine Kirtly, Jno A 140 paper that is read with interest and Mr. John Warden, who has been Williams, Arthur plow on road 1 so Foreman, L P sheriff election All Druggists refund the mon- Leach, Jno W the Populists that tho free silver 2 00 65 profit by people of all ages offers ' ey if it fai's to Cure. 25c. Wedding, C T same r 50 Fulkerson, J H clerk 6 6 mo Lashbrooks, Mrs. A II S3 2 00 Democrats cared nothing for them sick for some time, is reported as imone hundred dollars in gold to . Felix, J T sheriff 1 00 westerneid, Isaac ' Myers, Frank and would throw them overboard on proving slowly. 3 00 150 the person who will form the great Mr. Ollie Bosket, who got hl3 leg Whittinghill. TJ The attacks which have been nude Mcjohnson, R M Felix, F L printing 104 ) the first opportunity, This is clearly 375 750 est number of words Irom the letters broken several weeks ago, is Im- Webster, James upen the President and Judge town lot Same J Fulton, Isaac W rebate on tax . 1 90 1 50 shown in the race for the Speaker of in thenameDRAUGHON. It also offers, proving very nicely. Montgomery, J in his selection (or the SuWard, H hauling on road 152 2 25 Fieener, W M R & B com'r . 300 00 the nest Houto of Representatives. free, a bicycle, gold watch, scholar- preme Bench An infant child ot Mr. Tom Ball is Ward, E C plowing on road . . 3 00 Faught, T H are having little effect, Mattingly, AD 56 . . 250 00 same South Trimble, a Populist, has been sick, bnt in nlraoit any business college in view ol not dangerous. 60 the commendations which Mulr, Jno M Ward, H S Foster, Isaac Jr viewer . . . . 1 00 ship same 3 00 down for Mr. Beckham, a turned or literary school, and other ptem-iurThe young folks were highly en- Wright, J T come from the press and people in Morris, Virgil 30 3 00 Farrls, Wm Martha Whlttaker 50 00 free silver Democrat. Every person who enters the every direction. tertained with the candy pulling giv- Withrow, Jas I Pate, Mrs Lucy A 51 3 00 3 00 Frey, Bruno sheriff election . contest will get a premium of some en them nt the residence of Esqr. C. Wilson, F G Roach Mrs Eudoxie 296 ' 3 00 Foster, Jno P road bed . . . 5 00 Ictnu. bena at once for sample copy next week's issuo The With (lull e'miKiiiiii; L. Woodward's last Friday night. W Wright, Thomas ' Ford, Dr E W almshouse I Risinger.Jas 1 50 120 of the paper, which will explain all. is easy er. will enter upon another year if you take Dr Bell's Mr. E. Myers is visiting relatives Wilson, N B physician So 00 Contest closes April 20, 1898. Reitz, Jno A & Son 166 Sam Vance . . 15 00 Pine- - Tar II mey. is It cuts the mucus of its existence, The management here this week. 2 00 Williams, Levi plowing on road 1 50 Goodall, L R Judge election . and allays the lull imatlon so that Skillman, M R 48 well pleased with the last year's very Miss Dena Woodward.of South on 1 50 Rev. Whittinghill's trial was called there is no inclination to cough. Whitehouse J W same . It Spurrici.G W&J W 18 2 25 Greer, Wm J plowon road . . trade, but it could have been better sooths toe bronchials.and is strength Stevens W P school, is spent Christmas at Same, same . . . . ' 3 00 yeterday in County Court. 112 4 50 Gray. J W and we trust it will steadily improve home. All Summers, eninu to the throat and lungs ' 6 00 Wilson Jno B guard, ad lit I,T . 500 Gaddis. Mont so good druggists sell It. Our subthe ensuing year. during Mr. George White, of Hartford Wright, Jas T viewer 2 00 Same, adm'r 2 00 Godshaw, A house for election 93 scription list has held up well during College, is at home on vacation. Wright, Thos road bed &c; . . 20 00 Glenn, J S restoring records. 2250 Thixton, Jno L 150 Graves, B F court house fence the last year and a number of new Richard James is visiting relatives Waddle, Ham viewer 800 Whittinghill, David B 70 1 00 Ev at Point Pleasant. Same Mrs Hiram Ward . . 40 00 names were added to our list. ' Woodward, CL 1 00 Worley, Lee 50 Mrs Martha Harper . 25 00 Robert James, of Beaver Dam, is Wakeland, D W pauper coffin . 3 00 Same ery Republican in Ohio county Young, Ezra 100 The Republican policy offosteiing ought to be taking The Rei'umucan spending a week with his father, Mr, Same, Jones, Mrs. Belle 3 00 intelligence and education among the 123 reburying child . 5 00 Graves, T J plow on road . . 1895 tax. 2 00 people is now making itself apparent Wilson, W L plowing on road . 4 50 Gaines, W S clerk of election order to help the party and every S M. James, at thi3 place. in Robbing Myitle Mr. Tom Goodall has moved to a Ward, W V 46 3 Go at Washington in the favorable consame . 1 50 Gilmore, J P sheriff Democrat in the couuty ought to be 1895 tax. Godsey, L W clerk " 2 00 sideration which to farm on Rough Creek. in order WhlttlnghlllJ H Rudolph Bailey 20 00 is being given to taking The jof7"! Shultz, GC B F per diem . . W. K. James, Lt'ge James and wife, Williams, Thos boarding men . 8 . . 18 00 the immigration bill, which provides Wo wish one and all 00 Graves, get the news. Leach, Leonard C t town lot Point Pleasant, visited the family of Wilson, Jont B per diem Hines.H C plowing on road &c 30 00 an educational test as one ot its im18 00 of our renders a happy New Year. Richards, Thos 1 town lot H. H Davis last week, same . . . 6 00 portant features. Woodward, C L same 18 00 Helsey. D R It will be rememShea, Sister Sebastian Mrs. Fannie Davis, after a visit of Young, Grant plowing on road 1 ' . . . Hale, C P Ahout 128,000 out of the 140,000 3 00 bered tbat the immigration bill which 50 1 town lot Howard, W S . . 2 25 Negro voters of South Carolina have several weeks to her daughter, Mrs. York, J B same passed the last Congress, and which 4 50 Clark, Cleveland 2 town lots. Hellen Caldwell, of McHenry, has re- York, J W Hines, Sam . . . by the operation disfranchised been . . . . . 7 50 150 related lirgely to this subject ol the For 1895. 1896 and 1897 turned home. Same, . , . 3 00 intelligence of proposed citizens was of tho new constitution of that state. Jnnunry Trrin, C. P. Keown, S. O S. M. Tichenor will beeln a sink . . . 6 00 met with a prmipt veto from the Tho following is the clause that the Claims allowed by the Ohio Fiscal Same, ing school here the 27th. ' . . Hoskins, II L Rex. 3 00 Democratic Piesident. Negro voters failed to comply with; Court at its January term, 1897: Kure ('lull Vnr. . . 3 00 Dr Arraistend's Chill Tonic Is a Allen, D A conveying lunatic $12 96 Hardesty, W A Coiiglm HIKl Colili "Tp to January 1. 1898, all male ' . . Hundry, J M sure cure for chills. J. H. Williams 3 75 Ashby, W P R & B com'r perfons of voting ago applying for In themselves are not serious malaonly has n few bottles, so it you want ' 12 00 regulation who can read any section dies. The most trlval cougb or cold per diem 41 25 Hamilton, C E to keep off cnills call for a bottle at of' Howard, B B in this constitution submitted to them It neglected, may lead to asthma, Aull, A S court house fence . . 5 35 ONCE. Price 4s cents a bottle. The by the registration officer, or under- bronchitis or consumption. . . 8 00 Haynes, J C com'r 4 50 Don't delay. stand and exp'ain when read to them right time to treat a cough or cold is Sirae, Tor Infants and Children. judge of election 2 00 Hardwick, W G clerk of e'eitlon 2 co Delay means dancer. registration officer, shall be right away. by the per diem same Don't ToWf 0 Spit sad SmoVe loir lift Aittj, 2 00 Dr Bell's Pine Tar Honey is a quick Same, 1800 Holbrook, I D entitled to register and becomo eletret To quit toliacco cully and forever, bo magcure, a sure cure, and a safe cure. Sime, Mary E Flelden 200 25 00 Hoover, I C judge election ctee." inrr netic, lull of life, ncrro and vigor, take Awtry, Wm M judge election . 2 00 Hunter, ST sheriff election . . 3 20 lbs wouJcr worl.cr, that niakcn weak men qualification, tax and Tho properly It is suggested that when Mr. Bryan Alford, P II strong All druggists, Coo or II. Cureguaran-tccd- . same 2 00 Hocker, D M clerk fees 89 8j Dooklct unci sample free. Addrtas reading clause tako effect after Janugets through studying finances in Austin, Harrison sheriff election Sterling Itemedy Co, Cblcigo or New York, per diem 18 00 240 Same, llrynn nml Mrxlcn ary 1. In tlint State there are 90,000 Mexico, where the dollars are only Ashby.W P R. & B com'r appr 300 00 Hocker, V S d image & road bed 30 00 It is not improper to here remark qualified white voters and 12,000 worth forty-fiv- e cents, he take a post- Ashby, Alfred road bed lor Nnl Ig'eheart, W I plowing on road 2 25 that the Mexicans who are now heapA desirable farm of one hundred graduate course In Corea, where the qualified Negro voters. and damages 20 00 Iller, R T judge election 200 ing adulations upon the American acres, situated near Hartford, well most popular coins are of so little Anderson, Sara A advertising . 6 00 Iglebeart.l) T judge election . . 200 apostle of the Mexicin finance, watered, n good oiched, two hundred liy tliu lust reusuH of the executive value that it takes two thousand of Brown, Wm judge of election . 2 00 Igleheart, J W viewer 1 00 bearing trees, good buildings, and in William Jennings Bryan, have n curBunger, G W same department in Washington there wero them to equal a dollar. 2 00 Iglebeart, I C same good community. t 00 rency amounting to 39cents per capita For further paK Boswell, C T 103 persons over 70 years of ago em a 00 Jones, W R R & B com'r . . 400 00 In ticulars call at this, office at once, tf A llmllliy Unity. gold, ngainst $9 35 per capita in ployed as clerks by tho Government, 3 00 Same, per diem "My baby was taken with eczema, Brown, W F 43 00 sliver dollars, wotlh 46 cent each, VrerTliodjr Sari Bo. and it is probable that tho number I began taking Hood's Sarsapaillla Barnett, S T sheriff election . . 2 25 Johnson, Thos same 61 50 against $8 78 of silver percnpitiin Cnonreta Csml v Cathartic, the most Brown, J S same medical discovery ot tho ago, pleashas nearly doubled since that timo. and giving it to her, and continued 360 Jdities, Jo road bed 1500 the United States in dollars worth 100 Tlihj- ant and rarruslilng to tho taste, net gently Kennedy, Thos plow on road . 1 50 cents each, and 32 cents per capita in There nro sixty superanuated clerks the medicine for some time, when the Bowman, Joe R & B com'r I1D11I and iMisltlvcly 011 kidneys, liver nnd tiowcls, Itn cleansing MI per diem 27 00 King Andrew same tlfuiurt tho entire srstoni, dlipel colds, in tha Treasury Department alouo,and disease disappeared. She is now a V7HI7. euro 3 75 silver basis paper money If rover, linbltunl constipation against, and blllnnsncM. Plrnsa buy nml tryn box healthy and well developed child and Sime R & B allowance . . . 225 00 Kissinger, Peter . . most of them aro Incapable of per50 $5.90 per caplti in cold standard paof(J. C. C. HI, til, MWents. Hold and Beck, J F same . . . . 22500 Knott, A L ' . Somo I feel I owe her restoration to health forming any important duty. 450 per money in the United States, nuk- Tho Prospoctus of tho Homo guaranteed to euro by all druggists. " 300 00 King Jno T building bridge . '60 00 ing a total to Hood s Sarsaparllla." Mrs. J. I,. Bartlett, DB For 1898. of $8 41 per capita, with of litem nro drawing salaries as high Same, per dletn . . . , 28 00 Key. olm M house for The excellent stories, for wnlch The JeiTeries, Seven Gnus, Ky. election 2 00 $8.02 of It In 45 cents on the dnllnr asSl.XOl) a voir, others 81,200, Sl, Boling, J A per diem . . . . 18 00 Home Is noted, will be continued; the 400 umI $1,500. Hood's Pills are the only pills to Bank of Hartford county note 235 00 KimDley, t: G Jane btewart . 35 00 money in Mexico, against 24. 03 per Thero is 110 pen-Bi- on Fashion and Fancy Work departKing, J A sheriff election 3 20 capita in ioocents-on-the-dollbat for civil service employes. take with Hood's Sarsaparllla. Cure Same, same 225 00 Keene, W C clerk ments will be kept up to a high 2 00 money in the United States. TO J it the army nnd navy a man is all liver ills. Bennett, W P plowing on load . 3 75 Keown, C P rebate on tax , . 60 50 may further be remarked that standard. Kate Sanborn will continIt tired mi halt or payavheu Barnard, Geo W viewer . 1 00 fees in road case' , . 1 20 the increase In the money In circula- ue her bright "Ofl Hand Talks," and Same, The protests which a few people ho reaches tho age ol 02. Birnett, ST 1 00 Secretary Same, same . . 3 40 tion in the United States since Mr. every one of the numerous Depart against the nomination of ex- - Barnard, C F plow on road VIA Cago has been studying the question 3 00 Same, exonerations . . . 324 00 Bryan's nomination amounts to twice ment will be increased and made Attorney General McKennn to the Brown, h II 3 75 Keown, C P Virgil Sutton's tax uivt, uauo verycarofuliy and hns decided that Supreme Bench are very unfavorably 4 33 as much as the entire gold, silver, brighter. 4 So Same Take Notice You are given a Iii couunection with Southern Pacific ckrL ;re not entitled to the lull ealu-ri- received by the people of the country Bowman, Geo W exonerations .'3,12701 and paper currency of nil Mexico Baird, II A 1 50 Same, of their positions. Hence ho has nnd the press. Mr. McKenna's splen- - j , . 56730 When lees is remembered tbat Mr. choice of one of the following articles It Bennett S F 3 00 Same, per cent delinquent tax 6t 80 issued 110 order reducing tho sixty u in record ns n memoer 01 congress, Bryau in his speech which captured and the Home for three months for Qar ( Black, W II ISO KHHnger, J P damage.road bed 50 00 the Chicago convention and in all 0'ilv 15 cnts Lotd LHc-'Djught veteians who hare parcel thrco score circuit court judge and Attorney Bean, W Leaving Cincinnati and Lnuiavillo on ' F 9 00 Kuignt, jno TK St u nud ten to $900 a year, which ho re com'r . 15000 his speeches of the campaign urged er, hy C mrl tte M Bnemei Book t f l.V R It. fast "New Orleans LimitGeneral are an evidence of his high Bell, Jeff" 150 Loyd, W W plow on road 8 25 that the currency of the United States 6) p'lged 011 Ciochituu.mil Knitting; ed" train gard us adequate payment for tho character and show the injustice of Benton, C L 75 Leach, W C 600 could not be increased In propaitlon or Stamping Ou fii ol 66 patterns, sime the arguments which have been offer- Same, KVEKY TilUR3DA,Y rendered. ."vice 150 Long, Win ' . , . , . 4 50 to the growth ol the population with" many large designs, inc.idin conn for Los Angola nnd clan Franciso ed against him. Same, ' 1 50 Lanham, Ino A , ' I lnstrnted doilies, etc . . . . . 3 00 out the adoption of the free coinage terpticcif, Tho Limited alto without ohnuL'Q, lii. 1, 1. jdtuiiMvuifqwiM Bays: '. per diem The mission of Hood's Sarsaparllla Bell, Jeff 4a 00 Leach, H C . . . . . 6 00 of silver at 16 to 1, the fact that the Premium List ot outfit' for canvassowned bv cnnnect8,nt Now Urleans iajy with j l..u KrnrpAti Irnln fur thA Pnnlfln flnaftlJ is to cure disease, and thousands of Baize, Jno II house for election 2 00 Lyons, Win ' . . i , . 1 So raouey in circulation has Increased ing .eut free Tiir HfMR Pun. Co., is advertised Mis. V, O. testimonials prove It fulfills its mis- Benton, Mast, and nn Tuesdays and tiaturdnys (afte( 141 Milk St , . , . , . 2 25 without free coinage In u sum twice Loney, R ty h- -" ijrsaio, h.suud having skipped JH per dleni... . . , 3700 uniiiiury'i, iouij; wiiu iiiu Bryant, Thos J plowlngon road 1 50 Loney, L B sheriff election , . 2 50 as great as all the money in all Mexlro nut. WiU Ovordtreet lias a checker- sion well. Sun8ot LJmttod Ann ox Lyons, W II judge , . a 00 in a shot 17 months' time seems to 1 1' Brown, same Ho bus published papers ed career 15a -- r u-1 . The currency cranks in' Cooctm Betinett, R. I) ..a of tho Houtliern Pacific, efvlug sni 1.1 Hurt, Washington Miller, K A nhe'rllt election . . t3 jo cast a shadow of suspicion upon the r T:i and Whitloy did 450 clal fhrouc services to fcJsn Trancisce not make much In the volley of Barnett A m 3 25 Morrison, J H judge election 2 00 accuracy of the financial views of the counties nml in every case did well Particular.! of Agentcfot the I. O. R' qutBtlons nnd theoretical propositions DeU w who Is now receiving the , 2 00 ctatesman 3 00 Murphy, Taylor same If. ond connecting lines. Jiinil tie got to drinking Ho al Wl.lch they flred at Secretary Gage DalUell, punt , ' 2 00 plaudits of the Mexican popuhce. 9 00 Mason, .R L 8.(J,IlATCii,Dv.I'asi Ag( .Cincinnati lhu 111 JKiiliuiiia in newspaper when he was before the House Com Beck, J V 61 50 The increase of money in circulation 3 00 Myers, J A per diem JfO,A8coTvi,Dv.liieii.gt Memphis liu gut 011 a protruded inlttee on Banking and Currency. Baize, JatH R & B com'r 4 50 Same, 30000 In the United State, from the beginA II ItAWPN O P A . Chicago. j n innrrlod twice, Mr. Gage is clear headed and intelli Barnttt, C M patip'r coffin W A Khllond O.A P toLoulsvllIe. 500 Myers, W B work en road , , 10 00 ning of the moufh in whhh M , gent 011 money questions, nnd makes Bradley & Gilbert Co 150 m i n in. Martin, JnoWKIIenCu'lenberson 15 00 Bryan was nominated to. tacbejln-uluTht btgkmlng of baldness Is dandruff. no hesitations In saying tint the par file boxes 39 00 Morton, Jno P Judges salary. 650 00 Catalogue of Strouiley Telcrhoner of the piesent 'month Was an the scalp clean and promote (he ty which he represents Is In fayor ot Butler, Tom bouse for election , 3 00 Mitchell, Dr J medicine ' w-nn annllcatlon. 359,339, while the- totnl money of fnmih of tht hair by the tin of qL J keepi n 21 3m 'HOVfAKD RlCHAJHI 0f Dennett, W O comtn lor pauper 20 00 Mexico gold, silver, and piper )s f. -:1WW K. road bw1 Act., White Ml.' 0 Hartford Republican. liia first wife leaving him on account of his drunkenness and bad treatment. Ho served a term in tho Ohla COURT OF CLAIMS. ... An Abscess cc ... ... ... ... ... ... poor-hous- ftt-lln- "... ... 1 e 1 JWR4B 5S 1 1 Sarsaparilla.?,CuS: Fills Hood's .... ... .... ... ... ... a srt-tera- It ... .... .... .... .... 2i e, h-.- ... to i- - iy Tnb-lect- ... 1 as uh, Car-rollt- ... .. .... OABTOXUA. G&9fl Rei-uduoa- ... ... .... Notice to Subscribers. We have latrly sent out statements to a large number of subscribers who are in arrears. We MUST have what you owe us, and if it is not CASTORIA ... ... ... ... ... .... .... without delay. OASTonxa.. paid soon we will piace tne claims in the hands of an ficer for collection. Please remit and save the cost of a suit. Look at the lable on your paper each week and you will see just how much you owe us and send it in won-deif- ul .... ,. .Igi.'4 '..'. ... m& ar ILLiHnU. sAUFORNI nu, through Weekly Sleeping re two-thir- en-ter- ... I e s Soarist ... 11 1 in I)o-t"t- 1 1 , Dandruff t :: is. sj; ... is Disease g -- Kp - Mbmmmmtmau ' rB. rcr MUST GO SaLE. Koytl nului the food pure, wholesome and delicious. So: ladl.s vest 25c at Flr s 20 yards good shirting $1 nt Fair's, 25 new RANDOM NOTES. THE CONTEST capts worth $j for $1 9S at Fair's. Baforo taking our inventory of our stock Monday will be a big day in Halt ford. Send us the news from your borhood. neigh-- . FAIR & CO., THE FAIR DEALERS, Will give to their patrons some genuWe must close these ine live bargains. So goods out. Our loss is your gam. hero goes: 1 Remember that count we need it. subscription ac- Absolutely Puro POWDER ,M YORK. Patronize our advertisers. ' You will get bargains. Carson & Co. Will trade you dry goods and clothing for good corn, ROYAl ftAKINO POWOIH CO Hon. R. C. Jarnagin, Beaver Dam, was in Hartford Monday on business. The large wind mill and tank have been completed for the county and . town. Prof. T. J. Morton left yesterday for Powderly td Visit Mr. C.' II, Ham-iltoMiss Dora Gibson, Hutto, Texas, is the guest of her 8isJ.ej, Mrs. Carrie Williams. ., . Men fur hats 40c at Fair's. Yard wide bleach 5c at fair's. 20 $1 yards good heavy canton flitinel at Pair's. lot all wool overcoats lot fin a 82 50 were 8 1 00 black 1 Heaver overcoat and brown Hot 1 00 wero 8 50 12 00overcoa(B 8 00 G For furnishing goods, dry goods and clothing sec Caisou & Co, Mits Etnina Mnseley.Stephensport. is visiting friends in Hartford. lot all wool Mcintosh costs. 3 CO wcro 4 CO 1 98 25 capes neatly trimmed cheap at $4, your choice for. 12-3 48 worth 5 00 nil wool' blankets lfM blankets in white and gray, others Bell at G5c, ... our price Hed comforts 1 50c 75c worth 1 00 89c worth 1 00 lot all wool ekirth 1 lot ladies flioes No 3's sell for SI 25 your clwico 78c 1 lot ladies heavy coarse shoes wero 85c now 05c ulioes Nos. Cand 7 for Hot men fino 8100 1 lot of men block (urbats at the unheard of price of . . . 40c Men black aod brown tourist hat 75c worth 1 00 48c worth 75c 25c worth 50c 48c Entire lino millinory at half price 15 dozen men fnacy percale shirts 5 dozen ladies fleeced ribbed vest Good doublo front overalls 1.000 yards, short length, calicos 10c canton flannel 2Jc 8c We mean this to he a ST In every sense. GO SALE These with many more articles must he pushed out at once. With every $3.00 purchase we give you a handsome Glass Medallion with Chain hanger, much larger and prettier than those given hy us heretofore. Mr. W. A. Gibson has Wen confined Dr. G. B. Slack, Louisville, was in to his room several days on account ' 5r Hartford a few days last week. of sickness. f Miss Annie Glllcm, Louisville, is Mr. C. E. Walker. 'and . family. the guest of her sister, Mrs. Boyse. Louisville. 6pent Christmas with relaMiss Mary Schaptnire Is visiting tives in Hartford. her aunt, Mrs. Julia Mjcrs, of Evans-villMiss Beulah Coots, Beaver Dam, was the guest of Misses Jessie and If your neighbor is not taking Tub Mary Smith this week, Rbpuducan you ought to get him to Mr. Robert Nelson and wife, of subscribe. South Carro'llton, are visiting the For Xmas you might give your boy family ol Mr. F. W. Pittle. , a nice suit We have lots of them. The vote on the whisky question at Cahson & Co. McHenry resultedina voteoffifty-onagainst nnd twenty-seveMr. II. B Taylor and wife, Louisfor Whisky. ville, spent Christmas with relatives There was not much interest taken and the election was a comparatively in Hartford. quiet one. A nice' Dress Pattern would be a Prof. C. II. Ellis, South Carrollton, good Xmas present for your daughter. Bpent Christmas with his parents, Mr. Carson & Co. and Mrs. A. C. Ellis. He was accom Hon. C. M Barnett and family spent Christmas with Mrs. Barnett's panied home by Messrs. L. and D. French, who are attending school at parents ner Beda South Carrollton. Misses Margaret and Mary Nichols, The following persons have paid Calhoon,ate visiting the family of Dr. their subscription since our last issue: E. D. Pendleton. H. D. Hunt, t R. T. Taylor, Mr. L. M. Render, Louisville, was G. M. Plumer, Beaver Dam; J, B. the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard, Rockport, Ind.; Rial & W B. Render during Christmas. Baltzell, S. T. Barnett, J. W. Ward, C. Allen, Hartford; Amos Bennett, Miss Elizabeth Boyse, Louisville, was the guest ot her brother, Mr. Whit, Tex.; A R. Carrow, Louisville; Bojse, of the Hartford House last C. H. Ellis. South Carrollton; R. P. Sorrells, CromweUu week. . e Remember the Place: FAIR & COMPANY". T713. IFNairr AAOtMCB Dealers. Ifttft. OvtMwM&wiafrt&wjtfc LARGEST NORMAL, SCHOOL IN THE SOUTH OKiUH Tttcritas'sciomnc 14 ynwanisiy citnxut Mr. V J Artmckle. sick lor several days, 2rf&3J' otu jhoi:. AMD CUSS1C COURSES. CATALOOUC tm'Z!i2?V'mV''i0 ninuit. bvvn& nnifc'i 0JOURNM. wuerruffireJr ''iawutio Cutis, k goods Pay your subscription. Buy millinery Come to town Monday and call in Mr. Jefl Watterson, of Illinois, and and renew your subscription to the Miss Ada Carson were married at the Rd'ODUCAN nnd Louisville Commer residence of the bride's father, Judge cial. J. F. Carson, last Tuesday morning and lefc immediately for the home of Dr. A. B. Baird and wile left yesterthe groom. The bride was one of the day for Philadelphia, where the Doe-t- or most excellent young, ladies of Hartwill take a special course in medio ford and has a large circle of friends cine. and relatives in the county who joins Every Republican in the county in wishing for her and her excellent husband a long. and happy life. ought to be taking Tint Republican Get your neighbor to subscribe for the Thnl Wlckpl uenclt. paper. A good deal of distress has been The iron bridge for Rough River is felt in the minds of Democratic editors for the past few days over the fact all now in Hartford and work has begun on putting it up, which Rill be that the estimates rof the Tieasury Department sent to Congress at the completed in a short wnile. opening ol the session indicate an apMarshal Field, of McHenry, arrested parent deficit of $21,637,885 during Jo Pierce, Sr.,andJo Pierce, Jr., last the fiscal year which ends June 30, Saturday for using irisulting and 1899 abusive language to Geo. W Snell It is proper to say, with reference and son, Jo Snell, and will be tried at to this estimate,that a recently enactHartford , ed law requires the War Department who hns been died Sunday x Cox and Mls Canic Howard were nmried Suod ly at the home of the hride near Setect. Mis.James Sanderfur vUited friends in this neighborhood last werk. They are talking of employ inn Mr to tench them a F. L. spring school at Select. " We would advise Mr. Likens to d like the rest of the Democratic bon, to let the election stand as it is which W. was as just as it could be. morning Mr. Nftter I j , rr Stopdiupging yourself with quark nostrums or "curts " Get a phaimaccuticall remedy that will do the wewk. Catairh nnd Coid in the head wjll. not cause suflering if Ely's Cream Balm is used. Druggltt will supply loc. trial size nr 50c. full size. We mall, it. ELY BRO$.:. 56 Warren St., N. Y. Rev. John Reld. Jr., ol Great Falls, Ely's Cream Mont , recommended I can emphasize his Balm to me statement ' "It is a positive cure for catarrh il used as diiect." Rtv. Francis W. Fsole. Pastor Central Pres. Church, Helena, Mont. well-known I.UI l Remaining in the Po-.- t Office at ilart ford, Ky , which if not calltd for in 30 days will be rent to the Dead Le'ter Office at Washington, D C: Mies Ida Beard, Miss Annie Griffin, ikfrry Gaiirit, Clara Foster, Mr. Ion Jdhison.Mr JohnTursey, Mr JomtIjI I.rllrr it P Miller, Mr J E Humes, Mr Joim N Logsdod, Mr. W M BabUfoi John Shelton, Mr, Henry G phciis, Mr William Davis, Mi Hury CunimonB Mr John Collin- W Brown sons culling for any of the abo will please say that they n vrrtistd OOD1IUHY TlNSLRV, P M Marriage license: Leslie B. Shavat Carson & er to Viola V. Smith, Claude Maddox-tCo's. Susan Stewart, Cbas. P. Turner to Buy men's and ladies' shoes at Car- Oma Tichenor, Alonzo France to Alice Tally, Gabrel N. Cox to Levle E. son & Co's. Howard, Jeff Watterson to Ada Carson Ladies new underwear at Carson & Wm, V. Sprowls to Floy Duke. Co's. The teachers of Ohio county presented retiring Supt. Shultz with a Remember we need that little nccount you owe. Call in handsome diamond ring last Friday night at the Christmas tree. Mrs. J, and fix it up. S R. Wedding made the presentation If you want dry goods nnd clothing speech in her usual happy manner. and have got no money, bring us a The ring is n beautiful one and was load of good shucked corn. presented in recognition of Mr. Shultz's efforts in behalf of the schools Carson & Co. of the county. If you want plain or fancy or toed n party to Prof. T. J. Morton-gavshoeing, or in fact any kind of horse shoeing call on Tweddell Bros. Hart his pupils nt his home last Wednesday night. The entettainment was ford, Ky. of a unique natue as it was a whitPhotographer A. D. Taylor has retling party, the one making the best turned from Dawson and will be imitation of n spoon was to receive a fonnd in his gallery here in person prize, likewise for the, worst imitation every Monday and at Beaver Dam was to receive a boody prize. The the balance of the week. young folks enjoj ed the novelty very All persons knowing themselves to much, aud after the spoons were finbe indebted to me by note or nccount ished the judges Mr. and Mrs. D Miss Sara Collins will please call and settle same, and M. Hocker-'anrendered their decision (n favor of greatly oblige, Miss Lizzie Miller for the first prize 8tf DM Hockrr C O C C, and Miss Florence Morton for the Jt&999V&9&99&9999$&9999fa booby, The following people were in attendance: Mr. and Mrs D, M. Modern Treatment of 0 Ilocker, , Misses Sara Collins, Ella 0 o Campbell, Mattie Pirtle, Maty and Jessie Smith, Juliet Thomas, Mabel r, 0 Ilocker, Florence M irton. Lizzie The latest work on the Lizzie Miller, Bessie Williams, treatment of disease written Lillian Vliouias, ttnd Messrs. Howard American w Ellis, David Milltr, Oscar Bishop, O. t7 forty eminent "Coct-Uvt er physicians, sayst B. Ihavrln, Albeit Stewart, Elvis oil has done more for the conCar.. ,11 Refreshments were served sumptive than all other reme- - u a d an enjoyable evening spent by if if the youdg people. says t u The hypophosphltes w 0 Ul) Cent. of lime and soda are regarded 0 Per a limited time' 99 cents will pay t bv manv Entrlish observers as zen cabinet-S'zphotos at J ! specifics for consumption." p lor one 0 Schroeter'n Floating Studio, ey 0r ' i e to put into its estimate for the expenditures or the coming year all estimates made by subordinate officers of needed expenditures upon the river and barber works where they are ems ployed. The result of this is that the estimates for river and harbor irhn provemeuts alone amouuted to $65,. 400,409 00, which, of course, is from forty to fifty million more than will be appropriated for this purpose. Notwithstanding the fact that these figures w re excessive the Treasury Department was compelled under the law to include them in its so called estimates, knowing full they were absolutely excessive, and that the appropriation for this work would fall probably 50,000 00b "below the figures named. These circumstances accout for the fact that oTficial figures estimate apparent deficit of pver $21,000,-00when, in iact, if is expected' that theie will be a surplus of at least that amount in the year in question. 0, CLeader' '. lu. , The op ifoe 331.1. Differ Dropper? Thoro nro cough medicines that nro taken oa frooly as a drink of Thoy are water from a dippor. cheap medicines. Quantity does not mnko up for quality, It's tho qual- ity that cures. Jhpre'sono modi-cin- o that's dropped, not dipped Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Tlwro's irioro power in drops of this remedy than in dippersful of cheap cough syrups and elixirs. It cures Bron- chltfs, Asthma, Croup, Whooping Cough, and all Colds, Coughs, and Consumption San-derlti- Latt Friday night at the Christmas In life during the twentieth century will demand festivities Ht the Court House there ol every man and woman thought nnd extensUe was a little scene enacted that was 1 you preparation, would be well equipped to only observed by a few people and meet it, prepare to join the large enthuslatticciowd among those few was the writer. who will enter The children of the ridi nnd the children ot the parents in moderate circumstances were receiving presents from old santa clans, but in one section ol the house sat a widow lady who is not endowed with any too DESLy-- , much of this world's goods, and with her sat herMittle girl perhaps 10 years old, whose eyes sparkled with delight FACULTY ol five earnest nnd well equipped men. ns the large dolls were handed out to METHODS of tenching and management the best. her more fortunate playmates, but CLASSES systematic, large and enthusiastic. alas, nothing for her, The exercises ENVIRONMENT conducive to best results. was were about over, a stern lawyer NO SALOONS in the town or community. of Hartford sat near by, and his little WELFARE of students sought in every particular. ones were loaded down with presents, INSTITUTION progressive and permanent. nnd observing the little girl his heatt EXPENSES lowei than other school of fqual advantages. was touched with pity and he could not stand to see the little one longing Board, room, fuel, lights, etc., per week $2 00 T O'V In advance pays for board, room, light, etc., and for Santa Clans to call her name, and knowing tliat her name would not be vDC l Tuition for a term often weeks. CLUB BOARD per week, from 75c to $1.25. called, he bundled himself up In his warm overcoat and went odt into the ssrElpgant Catalogue iroo to all interested parties.- cold night, o retUnUu a lew minutes E.'R. RAY, President. .TAYLOR, Vice President. With a hadsome d6'. for the poor little girl. The incident was witnessed by only a few people, but those who NOMMItmNPIIISClS. AMBLYOPIA. witnessed It now hold the gentleman Dec. 27 Mrs. Dock Neighbors, in much higher regard than they did An Optician Defines It Tests lie Uses on who has patiently suffered from a canbefore that night. We will not call cer for many months, passed quietly Patients. any name but thegentleman who was When the examiner of eyes finds a into death Sunday morning. Mrs. the principle actor in that little scene case iu which his diagnosis fails and Neighbors was a pious, godly woman will ever be remembered by the girl lie euu proceed no further in his efwhose robes were ever washed for the fort to make his patient see, ha com- journey of the dead. and her mother. She leaves a placently calU it "Amblyopia," and husband and five children for whom dismisses tho case. The patient, 11s we beg God's mercy in their hours Did you ever realize the fact that 0110 drowning, catches at a straw, goes it is Impossible for any man in a town to another eye specialist and is of grief. Mr. J W Thomas has been confined to prosper at an honorable and legiti- straightway fitted with glasses that mate business without benefitting the dispel the gloom from his soul, and to his room for five weeks with some whole town? Such is the case wheth he henceforth sings tho praises of the malady difficult of diagnosis. Mr. Luke Hunt has been appointed er you know it or not. Now, since it optician who supplied the glasses, for post master at this place and will is to out advantage for our neighbors eevsing is believing. Tho first oxaniiner, not a whit take charge ol the office January 1. and business men to succeed, it is our abashed, turns over his record book The decision of the Contest Board duty to assist them and crccuteg and proudly tells his neit patient: in the case of Likens vs Anderson nil we can. them "Hero nro a dozen people who, hav- was well received here, notwithstandNo man who does not feel an in- ing vainly tried all the other speterest in the town or city he lives in cialists, came to me aud found relief." ing the fact that the members ot the should claim to be a citizen of that From this it follows that, what is Board of Contest were Republicans. town, and should not be treated as amblyopia to one man, is not to an- This precinct was one of Likens' such by those who do claim to be cit- other, and vice versa. What then strongholds, land prominent Demo izens and who prove themselves to be constitutes amblyopia? Tho optician crats here who have been Likens' ulio hits upon the most errors of re- strongest supporters, express regret such by their actions. fraction and successfully corrects that he is killing himself, as thev ez Did you ever think about how them and misses tho fewest many debts a single ten dollar bill can roply "what tho other fellow would press it, by contesting his successful don't opponent's election, after having been in one da? Lets see, for in- know." But from an optician's standpay It is reported stance: A secures a job of work and point, a definition that can be applied defeated at the polls. gets ten dollars for the job, and he to Ids own requirements is needed. here that Likens' attorney, (Ellis,) goes aud pays B the ten dollars that Again, amblyopia for an optician says that Likens' chances for win he has perhaps owed him a long time. need not be the same for a physician. ning the contest nre slim. Jdgrxy. B goes and pays C a similar debt, C For some seemingly omblyoptic eyes IT does the same thing, and so on. Now ceaso to be so under proper medical lllril NllilUrnly. you can see what a single ten dollar ireatment. Narrows, Dec. 28 Our little town The optician has at hand three was bill has done. It has liquidated quite severely shocked Friday aftermeans for determining whether or a number of debts in the same day not n patient suffers from amblyopia. noon by the sudden death of Mr. and every man whose hands the bill One is the pinholodisk, which shows "Mote" Coppage, of this place Mr. passed through was benefited to the the apparent incompleteness of Coppage was going from his house to extent of having paid his little acand lack of improvement with his place of business when some parlensoe. Tho piuholo test must bo folcount and renewed his' credit. ties saw him fall aross the railroad The point that I wish to impress lowed by tho rctinowopo and the re- track, and when he made no apparHaving ent efTort to rise they rushed to his upon your mind is that it is to our fractive errors corrected. mutual advantage for us to keep our dono this; it might" bo supposed flint assistance but to find him dying. He the person ought to sec. Not so; for was money at home by spending it with carried into the house and a phyoccasionally wo find tho refractive our home merchants and other enter- media in perfect accord with each sician summoned, but he expired in a prises. If you have work of any other, nnd yet the person under ex- few minutes, death resulting from kind that you want done, have it done amination is amblyopic. Accordingheart failure. Mr. Coppage was a in Hartford by our Hartford people if ly, wo must supplement the good citizen and his death is a serious test with the ophthalmoscopic. loss to the community. it is possible for you to do so. Buy X your goods from, merchants who are Laying baro tho retina and optic fJronl Music Oiler. permanently established here and nerve with tho ophthalmoscope, we Send us the names and addresses of who feel an interest in the town, and compare tho defectivo eye with the from those who nre willing and do normal eye. Tho leost departure in three or more performerson the piano appoaranco of the optic disk from or organ together with ten cents in contribute to the promotion ot the normal may camo much amblyopia. silver or postage and we will mail town's interest. It is not within the domain of the you ten pieces full sheet music, con optician to name tho symptoms of dis- sisting of popular songs, waltzes, ease in the eye, or if he has namiHl marchrs, etc., There was a Christmas tree in Edarranged for the piano them to prescribe a course of treat- nt.d organ. dy ville Christmas eve nigh, and as a Address: PorutAR Music Pub Co , result there have since been no little ment. Nor, if he finds the eye still amblyopic when in an apparently 15 8t Indianapolis, Ind. excitement and hard feelings in the normal condition, is it his businuBs biggest town in Lyon county. It to declare that the rest of the trouble Educate Tour lloweu With Cut.arets. seems that the churches combined lies in the brain or nervous system. Candy Cathartic, euro constipation forever. 10c. S3e. It C. O. O, fall, druirel&ta refund money and bad their enteitaiuments in the Lot him leuvo this to tho physician court-housall at one time. In the and the surgeon. What concerns tho spacious court room there was erected optician nicwt is liaving his glasses NEWSPAPER advertising in the a typical Christmas tree, covered with prove n perfect correction of optical United States. A book of two huncandles, dolls, books, candies, toys, dofects, nnd whom his glasses do not dred pages, conlaininjr a catalogue o thus fulfill their purpose, to be ablo about six thousand newspapers, be oranges and other things The "othis er things" are what occasioned all the to say with satisfactionofthat it no all that are credited by tlw fault of the optician or tho glasses. Newspaper Directory (Del furor. Amblyopia means, for tho optician, Somebody tried to play a joke, or that dullness of vision which comes tion for 1897) with havit else the somebody is pretty cussed from a cause outeido of the limits of sues of 1,000 copies o ( mean. There was a large crowd pres- his operation. It exists when the in- separate State maps ot ent, and during the progress of the capacity of the viaual organ fails to State of the American J distribution of gifts, several myster- respond to improvements through those towns onh ious packages were handed off to tho application of test caso lenses, issued uewsc 1 ,000 ciro tho rctinoscope and tho ophthalmopreachers, prohibitionists and promiscope. I givo this definition in plain " nent. church members. 01 technical pnraseoi It soon became noised about that terras, devout confuse or seem am ogy that may these packages contained whisky, biguous. .lewelere weekly. and there was no little indignation. Debit and Credit borne 01 tuose present naturally re garded jt as a joke, but the majority Out west thoy are discus; of the good people, especially those speech recently made at Sious most directly affected by the "gifts" .Lawyer Jonn u. uoomDs, were highly indignant. attacking tho existing One old fellow who bad long been it and credit. His idrJ active for prohibition, and on court ed in this speech, days has been known to establish tho enforcement i himself in some public place and di- tions for dobtj I hat if crcdtlj late to the crowd on the evils of intemperance, eludicatitg his remarks be given. by charts, was not neglected by tots of event whomever sent out the whisky, for he taki soon found himself the proud possessor 1. ot a bounteous supply, which greatly clitT humiliated him as the bottle Was doblo" handed him from the tree. Sevefal w ordi pieacheis were among the victims,, as iwji well as some of the best people apd most prominent church members Eddj ville, At last accounts the pet the joke, ifjokeitwas, discovered, but a s And Commercial Institute, gciesday, Jan. 17, i8 Beaver IDctnoL, i 1 e Suspected, jit rnrrc v- -. lay s likely to hrk v 1 Notloo, ' inntlie Treasarv this 4 ' kill be paid out in nitn- - I! In a partially digested form, tures of the Govrru- combined with the Ifypopfios- ry increased its phlta of Lime and Soda. This standard for a lib since it was ttBve&Yt rTatute books, and j quarter of a century, Is In jie ti doao un exact accord with the latest views of the medical prof ession. there sufficient Be sure you get SCOTT'S ured. ; contains the best eod-llv- er oil U Loured a horn wtik nur,n. jKx.uMtur. i ulsnivnl kMCK. M Whl.4r ITiblU Emulsion. Notice is hereby gjven that the firm ot Heavrin fc Taylor will dissolve partnership on the Gnt day ot January, 189b, by reason of M L Heav-tin- , ol the first, having been elected County Attwiey, and all parties t indebted to the "knowing the firm of Hmv4 fc .tavlor W P'ease call at once am setHe'same, either hy tht'rnise, as we desire to "note a iBiuess of the firm. wi ac-lv- Wj latul be repl affections of tho Throat and Luj HtiJ Alldiuukut SCOTT & BOWNE, Ch.mUu, x.ii4Si.m. Kw York. respectfully, Shklby Tavior -- Uko bllloiisntas, ttjspepsla, headache, constipation, smit stomach, Indigestion are. promptljr cured lr Howl's l'llli. They do their work Jver Ills IC a Tho Proapootgs of tho Homo For 1898. THLWONuERS OF 8(JltNCE eailly ami thoroughly. ITfc JJ 1 Pas Dot after dinner pills. 1 S3 rents. All ilruggfots. Prepared liy I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mass. Tlio only 1111 to tako with Hood's Rarssparllla. Hood's III Hartford Republican. ""FRIDAY, DKCHMDKR J4. 1897. I There is a growing feeling of alarm owners over among the silver-min- e the prospect that European business interests nre going to get control in China. They know thnt if this happens the silver standard will be re placed with gold, nnd not only will the s ilvct'tnlne on ners of this couns try thus lose n valuub'e customer, but the cause of silver be so much the more weakened. The expeitenced hufincs men of the country arr. untittd iniivorof money based upon the gold stmdard r At n recent meeting f the Nation' Board of Trade, which is composed o Democtnls as well ns Republicans, strong resolutions in favor of maintaining the present high standard of our currency and against free coinage or other flat money schemes were adopted amid rounds of apphuse. Yrl. The (IrrnlrM llrt-rW. M. Repine.tditorTiskilwa.Ill . The excellent stories, for which The Home is noted, will be continued; the Fashion nnd Fancy Work departments will be kept up to a high standard. Knte Sanborn will continTnlks," nnd ue her bright every one of the numerous Depart merit will be increased and made brighter Take Notice You nre given a choice of one of the following articles and the Home for three months lor only 15 cents. Lord Llsle's Daught-cr- , by Charlotte M. Braemc; Book of 60 pages on Crocheting and Knitting: or n Stamping Outfit of 66 patterns, many large designs, including Illustrated dollies, etc. Premium List, or outfit for canvassing sent free. Tun Hour; Pun. Co., 141 Milk St , Boston, Mass "Off-Hand coun-terpiec- cs, Wda d.monrtratid taa ttouitni tlm.i thai 11 U aliaoat Utalllbls baa Uouora! Ulroctory Uoverniir William 0 Htodley Lieut, Governor V. J. Worth-ingtoCharles Finley. W. 8. Taylor. uditor-Bani- uel II. Stouo. TrcaBUror Goo. W. Long. Gommlrginner of Aitriculturo, Hor ((culture Statistics Lucas and Attomoy General Mooro. Bup rititcndotit Public liistruction-Gc- o M. DavKon. Ilcgistor Laid Ofllco Ulias. 0. STATK OPFICIAU Lung Troubles and CotiHumptlon can be cured An Eminent New York Chemist and Scientist Makes n Free Oder to our Readers 8ocrotaryof8tto SEE flSTQRll ANtBclaWcPrcparadonfor Assimilating ihcToodamlKcguLi-linthe Stomoxh3 g WEAKNHW. tad d.uifiMinU. lha WadlBi r.m.Sr of troablii. UaiarU wandatrollr hiallor, alrantthan- lag ana aoothlar Inflame, open lha naaitraat orraaa. It enrol "whltaa' ana falllnief tka worn. ji aia becom. for talaclaia It atop IrwroUillLi The dldtlnguUhed New York Client 1st, T. A, Slocum, demnnxtraUnt! hl discovery nl a reliable mid absolute cure for Consumption fl'iilinonnrv TubercuIosls)and all bronchial, throat, THAT THE FAC-SIMILE flooding aad rillitu any I , y3r(gpaXa KIA"B CltlCAM HALM Uapoittlrctnr. Applj Into th. nostrlla. It la Quickly abaorb4. M Mull it DnirrliU or by mail : aaapka toe. by nalL XLT UHOTUEltS, M Wurra St., Haw Tork Cllj. and palnfat rataitraatloa. Tor Ckaat at Lira it ii tka but nadtilaa aafla. It la baaildal daring pr.iaujir, and blips lo bama brtai ihllilr.n late bamta atlraa-lala- a, tor jaara. It larlrorataa, atraatlkiai (ha whol. aja-lia- a. Thla traat raraadr Ii oBarad U all afflleUd wan.a. Vlf will aar vomaa asB.r anolhir InlnaU l(k a.rtata r.llif within riaant Tfln. ( Cardnl onlj oiti ri.M par botUa at jour drag ilara. Tor Me4, M mm. rtfiilHnf tpteidl dlrte AAtm, ffftnf tynpUmu, 111 "LaiUt Hww. JiAruerff Itrftimmkt" Tk CkorldfMfVa N arttu Ml, CWUaiwtip.. mssa4 lung and chest diseases, stubborn coughs, catarrhal affections, general decline and weakness, loss of flesh, and conditions of wasting away, will send THREE FREE HOTTLKS (all different) of his New Discovery to any afflicted reader of Tin: Ritrunt.iCAN writing for them. His "New Scientific Treatment" has cured thousands permanently by Its timely use, and he considers it a simple professional duty tosulfrring humanity to donate a trial of his In fallible cure. science dally develops new won- -j ders, nnd this great chemist, patient iy experimenting lor years, lias pro ty as can be claimed by nny modern genius ills assertion that lungtroub les and conaumptlon nre curable in any climate Is pioven hv hearlMt lettert- - of nttltud-,"filiinlii mr d SIGNATURE OF Reynold. Insurance Bureau Commissloncr-- D W Comingoro. Adji.tnnt General D. R Collier. State Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown Day. HAIMIOAI) COMMtBSIONKllS. nndBowb of I'HjmotesBigcsllon.Chccirul-nca- s C. Wood, chairman; J. F. Dompsey, II. 8. Irwin. Secretary Samuol F. Brown. Tno CONOnEflflOHAL. NOTNAltOOTIO. JUyti. Smi' OxJnim AndBcst.Conlfllns neither OpTum.Morphlno norMnaal. &&&T mthi IS ON THE c Q WRAPPER OF EVEET 8cnators Hon. William C. Lindsay, Uon. W. J. Doboe. RpnrMtentAtive Fourth District Hon. D. H. Hmltb. 8TATI3 fmHlt I ErrMUIJUaa fiar7W9 I.F.al9I,ATUnK. inAatTtRaaa BOTTLE OF Jean and Tr. Kit. I. W. IHITH. Ctndia, t. C. Iiril "HivlliaMfVYIaiatCtrfalitkana Ut lilllaf at Ul wiak aH It aaUratf "Chief," says: "We won't keep house without Dr. King's New Discovery lor Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Experimented with many others, but tinir got the true remedy until wc used Dr. Ktug'b New No other icmedy can take its place in our home, as in itwc have a certain nnd sure cure for Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, etc." It is idle to experiment with other remedies, even if they are urged on you ns just as good as Dr. King's New D.scoery. They are not ns gocd, because this icmedy has a record of cu.ss nnd besides is guaranteed It never fails to satisfy. Trial bottles free at J. II. Williams Drug Store. A good many million people are finding their holiday season of 1897 much more satisfactory than at any time since the free trade experiment was put into operation. y ndvocates did not The make much out of their attempt to shake up Secretary Gage when he was before a committee of Congress last week on the currency question, lie made no hesitation in insisting that every dollar of the currency must The is no more Catarrh in this secbe kept as good an the standard of the most intelligent nations ot the earth tion of the country than all other diseases put together, and nntil the gold. 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 For Infant! and Children. treatment, pronounced it incurable. 51s fuproven ll alii Ill Science has disease, catarrh to be a ITII7 airmail and therefore re " quires constitutional tieatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured by F.J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is 00 YEArtaV EXPERIENCE the only constitutional cure on the maiket. It Is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It nets directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case Trade Marks OCtlQNB it fails to cure. Send for circulars Copyright Ac Anrone itndlng a itttrh and description mr nnd testimonial Address. quickly ascertain our opinion frw wbetntr an Inrentlon Uprobtblf ratntabl. Com m tint fa. F. J. CHENEY & CO , Toledo, O. ttonaitrtctlrronfldantul. Handbook on Talent aent free. (Jl lit airancr tor tearing pAUnu. Sold by Druggists, 75c 1'itenta taken inroutb Mann & Co. rclr peclalnotk$f without chtric, Into Hall's Family Fills arc the best. without delay. Notice to Subscribers. a thtnk Wan'ted-- An ilmpl laioffopaiaDir We have lately sent niUel rnr Mtui ibif Idea rf aontwaaiik. trta riaauiin too, C, for out statements to a MTt,.ablninviiuvuunn thftr prl halve. large number of sub- The flnrklfn'a Amlrnthe world for Tho Republican Best Salve in Cuts, scribers who are in Rheum,Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt and the FeverSores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all for one year arrears. We MUST Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piles, or no pay required. It is have what you owe guaianteed to give perfect satisfaction for 81.50. or rroney refunded. Price 35 cents us, and if it is not per box. For sale by Williams & Bell. yr. paid soon we will If It's Worih printing place the claims in the Sice-a-Wethe hands of an officer for collection. Will frint It. And Every RepubPlease rernit and save lican, Every Democrat,Woman or Child Every Man, the cost of a suit. who can read will want to read it. Look at the lable on THE TWICEXaVEEK paper, of is a Democratic issued eight your paper each week six orSaturdaypages, each Wednesday and of week. The and you will see just Wednesday issue prints all the Clean News, how much you owe Stories,and the Saturday Issjc prints Miscellany, Poetry, all mats us and send it in ters of special Interest in the home. is WHo t airHkir." may yom D. IJU I IUt l.Ku V IW0 BMllUrVM ai offer 1 13-- 1 ei Qoarier-Joarn- al COURIER-JOURNA- L It edited by Henry Watttrson. Frico 81.00 a Yoar. You get 104 good papers, of six or eightpages ccch, for $1 LESS THAN ONE CENT A PAPER. USEFUL PREMIUMS Are given Club Raisers, and commissions are allowed agents. good-paying CASTORIA 75& Dally Courier-Journa- l, 1 year . $6.00 . Daily and Sunday, 1 year . Sunday alone, 1 year ee 8 00 2 00 (oV7iQe-tx-W- (Joarier-Jocirn- al thousands Imm th! O'UO 'OUNTY. parts of thf W"rl cntcurr rouivr MtritcHl nxpirls ci ct'vlha i ' Hon. W T. Owen, Judge Owens, cblal, chest and lunn troutiles leid to Consumption, which uninterrupted bo ro. Hon J. Edwin Uowo. Attorney nieatir. speedy nicen,fllti dea'h Owenaboro. M Si m pi v wilte to T A Slocum C , 98 Pine street, New York, giving T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. postofBce and express address, and G. K. Likens, Clork Hartford. the free medicine will be promptly B. D. Hingo, Master Commissioner sent Sufferers should instant advan Hartford. tage of his generous proposition G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Please tell the Doctor that you saw Hartford. his offer in the RiirunucAN. Cal. P. Koown Sheriff Hartford. Deputies Saruuel Keown Hartford Joo Roberts, Fordsville; Thos. R. Courier-Journ- al Bishop, Centorlownj 8. T. Stevens, Cromwell. Court convenes first Monday in March and August and continues three weeks, and third Monday in May and November two weeks. COUSTY COURT. ONE OF TWO WAYS. John P. Morton, Judgo Hartford. D. M. Hocker, Clerk Hartford. The bladder was created for one E. P. Neal, Attorney-Hartfor- d. purpose, namely, a receptacle for the Court convenes first Monday in urine, and as such it is not liable to any form of disease except by one of each month. QUARTERLY COUnT. two ways The first way is from imBegins on tho lhird Monday in perfect action of the kidneys. The second way is from careless local January, April, July and October. treatment of other diseases. COURT OF CLAIMS. CIIIKI' CAUSR. Convenes first Monday in January, Unhealthy urine from unhealthy and Tuesday after tho sccDud Monday kidneys is the chief cause of bladder in October troubles. So the womb, like the OTHER COUNTY OFFICER8. bladder, was created for one purpose, G.S.Fitihugh, Surveyor Sulphur and if not doctored too much Is not Springs. liable to weakness or disease, except N. 0. Daniel, Awcssor Cromwell. in rare cases. It is situated back of Z. H.ShulU, School Supt. Hartford. and very close to the bladder, theie-for- e inconvenany pain, disease or L. W. Hunt, Coroner 8ulphur ience manifested in the kidneys, back, bladder or urinary passage is olten, Springs. Poorhouie C. R. Campbell, by mistake, attributed to female weakness of womb trouble of some Keeper, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. sort. The error is easily made and may be as easily avoided. To find June 1, SepA. 8. AuiAr-Marc- h3, out correctly, set your urine aside for tember 1, December 1. twenty four hours; n sediment or setJontB. Wilson March G, Juno 6, tling indicates kidney or bladder September 4. December 4. trouble The mild and the extraorC. L. Woodward March 12, dinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, June 11, September 10, December 10. aud the great kidney, and bladJau. A. Bowi 10 March 20, June der remedy is soon realized. If you 10, September 18, December 18. need a medicine you should have the B. F. GitAVEfl -- March 25, June best. At druggists fifty cents and one dollar. You may have a sample 20, September 23, December, 2. . bottle and pamphlet, both sent free by 1 mail Mention the Hartford ReI.oub Irritation publican and scud your address to Is thelorerunntrof consumption. Dr Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingharaton, N Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure It, Y The proprietors of this paper ond give such strength to the lungs guarantee the genuineness of this of- that a cough or a cold will not settle fer there. 15c at all good druggUts. ' Uuf ipn' lii'rt t ! w 8c nstor Hon. A, D James. RMreenmtiv Ohio County Hon. M BsniPtt. Accrftcl Ilcmedv forConsUna- - rtoa. Sour Stomach.Dlarrhoca, WonrujConvulsionsTcvcrislv Sleep. ticss midLoss or CASTORIA sittlM nly. It Outer! Is fit lp Ii na-sti- a fs act Slid la oili. lion's allasr aajeai ta aill 70a atjtilij alia oa lha flia cr jrcmlaa Uat ft Is "Jtit as go4" a4 "will auwir anry fti-pon- .' " Baa Tac Simile Signalure ot NEW YOKK. txACT copy or vmAPPcn. iiitM- - tlat 71a (it y - mmmwmmmwmmmwmm BORN epfember i84i. 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There is no en AQverusing lo,, new voric. u ployed as clerks by tho Government, J1 home or abroad, but contains a complete list of papers i,,. and it ia probnblo that tho uumber I began taklnBnd t it to for yourself and for having a circulation of more than a giving has nearly doubled since that timo. and As a thousand copies each issue. clerks the medicine for sou Thcro aro sixty superfttumted book ot reterence iu preparing plans disappeared, feive both disease in the Treasury Department alono.and and lists for advertising, itisvalua and well develop aro Incapable of most of them ble, and is well worth the price asked ovve her restoration Some I feel I any important duty. tor it, one dollar. to Hood a Sarsaparllla." M. ot lliem are drawing salaries ai high JtfTeries, Seven Gnus, Ky. aaSl.XOO a year, others 81,200, 81. Hood's Pills are the only pills to Thero is no pen400 and $1,500. service employes. take with Hood's Sarsaparllla. Cure sion Hut lor civil Be; liver ills. In tho army and navy a man is re- all i Baru, payfucn tired on Irnlt or The protests which a few people en- Bar- Hecrotary ho reaches the ago ot 02. tered against the nomination of r Gage has been studying tho question General MclCenna to the B yery carefully nnd has decided that Supreme Bench are very unfavorably Bow s received by the people of the country Balrd.. .clerks'ttro not entitled to tho full Hence ho has and the press. Mr. McKenua's splen- - j Bennett, i of their positions. issued on order reducing tho sixty did record as a member of Congress, Black, W H nnd Attorney Bean, W F veterans who haro passed thrco scoro circuit court Judge year, which ho re- - General are an evidence of his high Bell, Jeff nud ten to 8000 a injustice of Benton, C Ty rrnrdjtts ndenuate payment for tho character and show the the arguments which have been offer- Same, i" vice rendered, ..' ' . . i ed against him, , Same, ., t. i oollH',uE?ayvi 4 oo per diem Ml. I. v" .1 i... . 2X"3- The mission of Hood's Sarsaparllla Bell.Jefl . l.i .t'flbV7K .. l " IkU All ouir(T"-- l flWUHIl UV is to cure disease, and thousands of Baire, Jno II liouse? '(or election 2 oa 1, " W Q. 0Hreet, is advcrlisca oo testimonials prove It fulfills its mis- Benton, J II per dleaw , . , having skipped f jr sale Bryant, Thos J plowfnVon road i so sion well. . . . I 5 out. AVilt OveMtreet has a checker- same Brown, 1 1' i Ho Has published papors ed career 4 5 The currency cranks In CongrsM Bennett, R I) la Hart, Washington and Whitley did not make much in the volley of Barnett, A M J5 3 oo counties mid in every caso did wen questions and theoretical propasltleBfj Bell, M W . . Ho aUo which they fired at Secretary Gage Baltzell, Stant . 900 jiiiiiI he got to drinUiug e . . 300 Qruhouia in newfpaper when he was before the Hbuse Btxk.JF lwo.I iu 4 5" on Banking and Currency Baize, Jni II hu got on a protracted intelliM paup-- r coffia 500 2n married twice, Mr, Gage is clear headed and makes Barnett, C Gilbert Co ISO ra,llpv.t gent on money questions, nnd file box 39 00 no hesitations In saying tint the par 300 Tow Jwm for tUetteti ty which he represents U in favor ot Bailer, tO'S 4BLE CLUBBING OFFER SUBSCRIBEHS. a Horse Bills, Tack Bills. Tkjfir- - O.At3FOXtXA.. ' - ml piitjill ifii rttilit if trlti, Mir fria T ttpaT( pllMish.r3 , jtu iiiinllir ir it n. , , BOSTON. U. 'QANDY tt in CATHARTIC In fact everything that you want and rinted. All work first-clas- s Write or ca at lowest prices. for estimates. two-hundr- 1. al.lf. THE REPUBLICAN, awCURKOnSTlPATIOH trn IARKfll.riTEf.Y fill JP IflTRRO .. wu.i.b ii.v. u. s r I.,., iu Hbntw sM "TJi "iilirnilBi. r u II IIWamaaWMWWtwraaMP g .u, i.nic.rv. Boiutu. ib. vroiw lira. a).iwaaiai.aaiaaiaaiaaiaiaaiwaia,aiaaBiiiiawPB,t,f.aioatiT.aj "' '" rositl.atlaa. niirttimi faaearrta ara Us Kial Uia-- S Alt .i Our Clubbing Rates. Tho Republican aud the Louisville Commercial. . . .81.25 HENRY FIELD HAVE OPENED THEIR & SON " " ' y aud and and Now York Trjbun and Loulsvillo Daily Post Beml-WeeHCourier-Journal..Somi-Weekl- y Globe-Democr- .. 1.50 . . . 1.75 1.25 75 2 two-thir- K$ 'm. 7 , Yl 1 eala-"rie- THE KINd OP JUVENILES Ms .. CHATTERBOX "1397 eea-tcn- th I . ,,.& GBSmWWAs&mm' SK teak ha trar basa saaia lar tmiu paapla vfalck) coaaparaj ta yalaa, ar has Ml tha Mia el (hla graal aaaual. .' .r1. I OVM- - 400 PSIM. .' I." .' 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