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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 hao1899010601 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 1899 $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. u vb. ' mtyjctm a' $2&fe The Haeteokd Eepublicak MkMZJ OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE PARTY III J Attorney at Law, HlIRTFOBD, J.B. VIOKEHS. KY., Wil practice bis prnlcsaion in Ohio Special atand adjuluing counties. tention given to all busiuct, entritl Oflico in RapuBUCAN lo Us cat e. building. " HE rOUKTBCQMBEHIONA!, DISTRICT, M.L.Hkavrin. ShhxbyTaylorf VOL. XI. HE EICaiHiCB OF SYRUP OF FIGS HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1899. No. 24. A attorneys at Law, HARTFORD, KY. HAIR RESTORER HEAVRIN & TAYLOR, , c U due not onljr to tho originality and lmpllclty of the combination, but alio to the caro and skill with which It Is manufactured by aclentlflo processes known to tho Cxuronrnx I'io Srnur Ca only, and wo wish to Impress upon all tho Importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genulrfo Syrup of Figs Is manufactured by the GaxiroitrUA. Fio Srnur Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist on In avoiding the worthies Imitations manufactured by other paroles. The high standing of the Fio Srnur Co. with the merit eal profession, and the satisfaction which ths genuine Syrup of Figs has glrsn to millions ot families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of lis remedy. It Is far In adrance of all other laxatives, as It acts on the kidneys, llier and bowels,wlthout irritating or weakening them, and it does not gripe nor naussate. In order to get its beneficial effect, please remember tho name of the Company Cam-TOBK- "U CREOLE'' j tf Perfect Hair Dressing and Restorer. your Merchant doesn't handle, Bond $1.00 to us and set one Dottle, or SD.oo ana get six bottlos, CHAROES PREPAID to any part U. 8. or Canada. VAN VLEET-MANSFIE- DRUG CO,, Sols Proprietors, MEMPHIS, TENN. ot royal palms, on the other side of , which gleamed many little camp fire3 lighting up with circles of flame the fast deepening twilight. Horses teth- -' ered by long lariats were grazing, and around the fires were groups of tattered and torn men. They were the insurgent army. ' An officer conspicuous in long boots, l gazed at me and my mule curiously. Following my guides to the further end of the field, I dismounted, and being directed to a tree beneath which a piece of canvas was stretched on ' stakes, I peeped under; but not think- iogthafthere waS'anytblngrconscP-quencthere, I was about to pass on. A sudden jerk at my elbow detained me, and I looked down at a little old man seated in a hammock. His face was turned toward the ground, and I saw a very conspicuous head of white hair bobbing back and forth, apparently looking for something. I heard a voice say, "Take these candles!" and then the bead went back, and a face about the color of coffee with a little milk in it turned ijp to mine. I wa3 aware that a little pair of eyes, open- - 4 ing and shutting rapidly, were looking me over. Then I knew that I was In the presence ot Gomez, the ,, man who had made his name famous on three continents. Thomas R, Dawley, Jr , In Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly for January. deep-dow- TOOK BOTH. Sold tho Horse, but would not Let the Boy Go. At Night Lad was Strappod to a Board to Provont His Running Away. Roy Strickland, a Gibson county boy, passed through Kvansville last Saturday, says the Courier, on his way home. He tells a strange story about being kidnapped by a horse ifOUFORNIA IVOI7RVII.UC. Kj. FIG SYRUP CO. an runNcisoo, cm, KK.YT TOHK. K.T. Clean blood means a clean (kin. No beauty without it. G'ascarrta, Candy Catliar-ti- c clean your blood and keep it clean, b) stirring p the lazy liver and drmnj all from the body. Hegin to day to banish pimples, boila, blotches, blackheads, and that sickly bilious complexion by taking Caacareti, beauty for ten cents. All drug (istt, satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, Wo. B.antr lllood Deep. thief and taken to Arkansas. Young Strickland is 12 years old. About three months ago he was sent to Princeton by his father on an errand. He was riding bne ot his father's horses when overtaken by a man named Jack Green. "I will take both you and the horse," said Green to th boy. And he did what he said he would do. Green took the horse and boy to Illinois. He sold the horse for $100 and at a small town above Cairo, III., purchased a shanty boat. He prohibited the boy from leaving the boat and at night would strap him to a board to prevent him from running ofl. Lazily the boy and man floated down the liver until they reached Grand Lake, Ark, Here the boy planned his escape, but so closely was he watched by Green that it was several weeks before he could carry his plans into execution One day while Green was taking a nap the boy decided to make n dash lor liberty. Green woke as Hoy was leaving the boat and tunning to the stand table picked up his pistol and shot at the boy several times. None of the shots took eflect and Roy easily escaped in the dense swamps. He remained several days in the forests ind had nothing to eat. When hunt er compelled him to seek food he looking for employment. He secured work on a large plantation picking cotton. The plantation owner formed a Ilk ing lor the boy and learned from him the story of the kidnapping- - He wrote to Roy's father in Princeton and obtained an answer. Strickland nt once went to Arkansas, where he found his son, whom he had mourned as dead. He scented the serrtces of several officers to look for Green, but he had fled. He would no doubt have had swilt punishment meted out to him had he been overtaken. The irate father has not yet abandoned hope of oeating Green and says he will spend 11 he is worth in attempting to run town the thief. The Strickland boy has been tanned hy the Southern sun, nn has seen n .reat deal ot the world since he left Princeton. "I am glad to get back home, of course," said he to a Courier did not knowwhetherl would man. ever see my parents again." be-fa- n "ICAN'TQUIT," AM miytis you ssy There ere millions Ilk you. with whit physicians call a "TOBACCO NERVE" that It, your ntrv euj system It completely under lobic-co- 't narcotic stimulant, and when you uy,"l CANT QUIT," you tell ths truth. Tht natural way Is to treat thi dlteastd nervous system by using Totaceo soyeunilf. uitrs say. MAKES IT EASY, acts directly on tho lobicco-IftiUts- d eerro centra, destroying ths nerve crating effects, builds up and Improves the entire nervous system. Makes WEAK MEN STRONG. Many report a gain ot ten pounds In ten days. You run no physical or financial risk Mid under your own army is still large and under pay, and the extraordinary expenditures of the war are nliuost as large af when actual hostilities were on, This expense will keep up for many months yet. It is the plan to greatly enlarge the navy, and this will re quire large expenditures. It Is also proposed to keep the army at 100,000 or thereabouts, and this will mean an increase in fixed expenditures. The work of occupying, and putting into order the new territory acquired by the United States will also call for much money for some months to come. Fortification;) must be built, harbors must be improved and navil stations established. In the end the people ol the new tenltories will and properly should pay these additional expenditures along with what is required for civil administration. But Uncle Sam must advance It. Thus it is clear that it will not be possible to repeal the war taxes nt the coming session of Congjcss, nor is it true that that the retention of these taxes is any indication ol disappointing results from the Dlngley law. The situation has changed since that reasonable lsw was passed, and men will see that more money will be required to meet it. It will not be found to b; the case, either, that the people will complain. The burdens of the war taxes arc evenly distributed and they fall so lightly upon each inv dividual that no complaints are likely Sioux Palls Leader. to be made -- DRUGGIST'S GUARANTEE. ..Erery druggist Is authorized to sell under absolute guarantee to cure every form of tobacco using Our written Kuarantre, frco sample of andbookltt called, "Don t Tobacco Spit and hrooko Your Life TIlKRTKHI.INd REMKnm.. "hi cago, Monlmtl. Can . New York. 66 Itrtl Hot S'rnm Till Uun Was the ball that hit G. B. Stead-maof Newark, Mich., in the Civil War. It caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment helped lor 10 years. Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him. Cures Cuts, .Bruises, Burns, Boils, Pelons, Coins, Skin Kruptlons. Best Pile cure on earth. 35 cts, a box. Cure guaianteed. Sold by J. II. Williams, Druggist. Mr. Bryan declares that our nation is in;dire danger from the foreign colonial idea and needs attention more than Cuba. CI at R R A R PTR Wtartte. consUpailcn OnljlCi. ??.?. en. J. E. Davidson, Attorney at Law, Hartkohd, Ky., Will practice bin profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to ullbusinefs entrusted to bis care. Office with County Attorney. Attorney atKY.,& vtf HARTFORD, 3ES. 3E. 3NT3E3-A.X- J, , Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Kentucky. Special attention given to collection?, settle-moo: decedent's estates, road caei Office up and criminal practice. stairs next door to GrifEn'sdrug etore ot Ilrnp Jlfii 'S'nll Victims to stomach, lfver'and kiiU ney troubles as well as women, and all feel the results in loss of appetite, poisons In the bluod, backache, ner vousuess, headache and tired, listless, feeling. But there's no need to feel like that Listen to J. W. Gardner, Idavllle, Ind. He says: "Electric Bitters are just the thing for a man when he is nil run down, and don't care whether he lives or dies. It did more to give me new strength and good appetite titan nnys thing I could take. I can now eat anything and have a new lease on life." .Only 50 cents, at J. II. Williams Drug Store. Every bottle guar run-dow- t attteed. Tka Baal I'rrarrlpllou fair Chilli ment. and Fever is a bottle of Grovt's Tast-les- s attention given to Tonic. Never fails to cure; SPECIAL making abstracts, Ac. then Chill experiment with worthless Taken upI'jilray Nolle. by W. R. as an estray why also Notary Public lor Ohio County, imitations? Trice, 50c. Chapman about two miles South ol Office North sido of public square. Beaver Dam, Ky., on the soth day of OlDRljr l.nw nnil war Inxr: . LEESIMMERMAN, R. It is unfair for any one to assume November, 1898, one heiltr about one that the extraordinary expenditures year old, marked, color red with a lit entailed by the war ceased the mo- tie white on back between hips. Said Hautfohd, Ky. heifer appraised at ten dollars($io 00) Will practice his profession in all the ment the protocol was signed. Every been paying by Mason Taylor, this 15th day of Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties day since then we have Collections carefully and promptly at- bills incurred during the war. The December, 1898. J. A. Stbwaut, P. J. T. B.D, tended to. Oflico with T. J. Smith Treasury is repaying the various A copy. Attest: & Co., Market Street. States for expenditures made by them M. S. Ragland, C O. C. C. In the mobilization of troops, our December 19, 1898. 2a 4t R. R. WEDDING Attorney at avs HARTFORD, KY. JNO. B. WILSON, 'I m If the Spanish htstoilau Is looking for the cause pf the war he should give close attention to Weylcr and the influences behlrjl his appoint- Attorney at Jav Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in aM the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotol. Attorney at Law, Dr. Hart man offtn hit advici to part tits The Ills of Children. on the treatment of coughs and colds. Attorney at Law Beaver Dam, Ky Perry Westerfield, EARN to nmml ntralnst colds. Nearly all tlio Ills of begin with children tnldnir cold. If your child catches cold don't wait a moment beforo uttaclclng ttiat cold. To the Ignoranco or neglect of parents la duo the fatal termination 01 many cmiurcu n um- - Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. " Will practice his profession in all th courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a Col business entrusted to his care. lectious a specialty. Office over Ohio County Uanfc Alio Notary Public. plalnts. If you aro not Informed as to the proper course to pursue to drlvo oft a child's cold, write- to Dr. Hartman, president of tho Surgical Hotel, Columbus, 0 for advice, and aalc for somo of his freo books which contain tho most pertinent facts about colds nndcoughsnndnllcatarrhaldlscascs. Dr. Ilartman'a great prea, Attorney at I,avs Hartford, Kt. Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Office in Court House, A. e.SAYlO. scription, Is wholly vegotable. It wards oft colds entirely If taken at tho beginning hi proper doses. It breaks up sottlcd colds quickly It Is sclentlflo and safot there Is no mystery about it. Dr. Hartman's books toll just how It acts and why. All druggists sell it. aw& that B.U.WOOIXKY,M.D, co its. irrix n, and Whisker ITabltt cured at home without rla. Book of particulars sent FKEaL t. Where the Shoa Pinches Is where corns (row, Remove", palik no potion that's a strong point. And tht Kit laave that' anN lats Salr. ma.lt. turn with A.COKN or other. UT OWMMICAJ..CO. ", au Mrs. 0, T. Rogers, Elgin, 111., says: Dr, S. II. Hartman, Columius, O. Deaii Sim " Your medicine isavcd my baby's life. Wo stopped all treatment but yours, and now ho Is a beautiful boy. It was certainly a miracle." Mrs. Becking, East Toledo, 0 Medicine Co.t writes to tho is tho best DKAn Sins:" medicine I ever had In my house. My children had a bad cough, uml one of them had tho lung fever, I .. ,.t . cured incm a:i wiiu i Proper knowledge of the treatmont of cjouglw and cplds Is ot ...w-yr,v. r , uie nrst impunuuv u !miw. - 1 uouuw w j oaiarratu nnHja u r abundant black hair, her large blue eyes, with their indescribable half-archalf-sh- y expression, is quite irChurch Canript Put Away resistible, and the boy has too often k an impressionable heat and a Wives God Gave. tongue" to render It always d necessary that the parents st Congrosaman-electfromUta- h make the bargain. The youthful couples meet at dances Dofonds HIsjLlvlngwIth or on Sunday after mass eve Sovoral wives. wake is turned to account for a I le courting and they are in heart) The Democratic Cvngressman-ele- ct , with the boy who said: "It is a Brigham H. Robert's recently made great pleasure entirely- - to be alone, the following statement: especially when ycraweetheart Is wid "If n time comes whetr irls'neces-sar- y ye." "Do youtlrame" ol mc.'Mike?"' lor me to defend myself, I shall said the girl to her lover as they be there right on the spot and I apprewalked arm in arm down the lonely ciate that the members ot congress glen, "Dranie of you, is it, Kate? and the American people are more Shure, 'tis the way wid me that I liberal, broad minded and generous can't sleep dramln' of you, me than n few bigoted and contracted preachers whose training, mode of life Yes, they have the flittering tongue, and trend of thought tend to unfit those Irish boys. "Och, I wish I them for practical life was in jail for stealin' ye," was the "Joseph Smith received a command compliment one of them paid to a ment from the Lord to introduce our pretty colleen. Even when they get order of marriage into the church and a refusal they hve a "soft word" to on the strength of that revelation, and say. Eileen was engaged to another not by reasons of anything that is boy and so she had to say "No" to written in the Jewish scriptures, the Tim when he asked her. "Wisha, Latter Day Saints practice plurni thin." said Tim, with a sigh. "I wish you'd been born twins, so that "Polygamy is not adultery, for if It I cud have half of yez " were so considered then Abraham, Millions CJIcn Awajr. Jacob and the prophets who practiced It is certainly gratifying to the it would not be allowed a heritance in public to know of one concern in the the kingdom ot heaven, and if polygaland who are not alraid to be genermy is not adultery, then it cannot be suffering. The classed as a sin at all. It appears to ous to the needy aud proprietors of Dr. King's New Disme that modem christians must either tolerate polygamy or give up for covery for Consumption, Coughs, have given away ever the glorious hope of resting In and Colds, over ten million trial bottles of this Abraham's bosom. satisiac-tio- n "That which God approves and so great medicine; and have the of knowing It has absolutely strikingly approves, must be not bad, cured thousands of hopeless cases. but positively good, pure and holy. "Notwithstanding this, however, Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness and the hand of the Gentiles was so heavy all diseases of throat.Chest and Lungs on the people ot the Lord that in his are surely cured by It. Call on J. II. mercy, God permitted them to cease Williams, Druggist, and get a free therefrom from expediency and true bottle. Regular size 50c and $1.00. reto the pledges given by the church Every bottle guaranteed, or price funded, no polygnmous marriages have since Mia. been celebrated by the church. A Democratic paper calls the Presi"But not even the church can take dent the "advance agent ol destiny." away from, a mc.-- i the wives it bss alThe doubters of prosperity are conready given him. They are his for vinced, and they should be careful time and for eternity, and I think the about getting In the way of destiny. great broad minded and just American WhatShaiTweDo. people will not require a man to cast off the wives he has, with whom he A sefious and dangerous disease has lived nor toabandon his children .' ' prevails in this country, dangerous At the most, Mr Roberts says lib because so deceptive. It comes on so offense is an unlawful cohabitation slowly yet surely that it Is often firmand be remarked: ly seated before we are aware of it. The name of this disease which 'I nm here and the courts are open. If any one wants to test the point the may be divided into three distinct way Is clear." stages is, First, Kidney trouble, indiIt has been urged by some that cated by pain in the back, rheumaRoberts, owing to the operation of the tism, lumbago, lreqnent desire to Edmunds-Tucknet, which disfranurinate, olten with a burning sensachised nil polygamlst8 is legally barr tion, the flow of urine being copious ed trotn taking ills scat in congress. or scant with strong odor. In regard to this Mr. Roberts says he Hallowed to advance, this reaches has the best legal advice obtainable the Second stage, or Bladder trouble, which convinces him that there are with heavy pain in the abdomen low no legal obstacles in the way of his down between the naval and the wattaking his seat. er passage, increasing desire to urinate, with scalding sensation is passWorking Ml(ht and Day, small quantities being passed The busiest and mightiest little ing, thing that ever was made is Dr. with difficulty, sometimes necessary uric King's New Life Pills Every pitl to draw it with instruments. If acid or gravel has formed, it wilt is a sugur-coateglobule of health, prove dangerous if neglected. that changes weakness Into strength, The Third stage is Bright's Disease. Hstlessness Into energy, brain fag inThere is comfort in knowing that to mental power. They're wonderful Dr Kilmer, the great kidney, and in building up the health. Only 25c bladder specialist, has discovered a per box. Sold by J. II. Williams. Remedy famous for its marvelous cures ot the most distressing cases I'lirlallau Nrlence and the I,nw. British justice seems not to difler and known as Dr, Kilmer's Swamp-Root- . materially from American justice in its treatment of Christian Science. It is sold by all druggists. The healers whoseministratlons failed As a proof of the wonderfnl virtues In the case of Harold Frederic have of this great discovery, Swamp-Root- , encountered British law, and nothing ix sample bottle and book of valuable seems to have come of it. Alter hav- information will be sent absolutely ing been .examined, arraigned, re free by mall on application to Dr, manded, and re remanded, they have Kilmer & Co,, Binghamton, N. Y. been discharged, subject, however, to When writing kindly mention that further legal attentions if it should you read this liberal offer in the Hartford Republican, seem expedient. This is about the usual course on One this side ot the watter. An exception Dewey of the Spanish cruisers sunk by has been raised and is making Is the case ol Harriet Uvans, of Cina run unaided to Hong Kong. That cinnati, who is reported to have been she will b". luckier than the Maria convicted on December 8, by a jury, Teresa is the American wish that goes of practising medicine unlawfully. with her. She was fined $io. The story, as nij; wrier to Ilia Iteudera or tills Paper. the newspapers tell it, is that Thomas The publishers of The Home, being McDowell had typhoid fever, and desirous of further introducing their called in a doctor, who had him in journal, make the following offers, charge when Miss Uvxns came in Ofler No. 1.- -15 Complete Novell and "treated" the patient. The doc ettes by suck authors as Mrs, South-worttor then gave up the case, and Miss Charlotte M. Braetue, Conan Evans took it McDowell's wife apDoyle, Haggard, etc, proved, but his daughter objected, Offer No, a Fancy Work Book, and resented Miss Evans giving her 100 illustrations. Teaches Drawn McDowell died. father plumx to eat Work, Cut Work, Honitop and Bat The usual difference tf opinion ob- tenburg Embroidery, all the latest tains as to the cause of his decease, stitched with Alphabet for embroider the rabble declaring that he had too log much Christian Science, the Scien Offer No. 3 A Family Cook Book, lists protesting that he didn't have 64 pages, over 700 recelpes. enough, E S Martin, In Harper's Take Notice. A choice of one of Weekly, the above offers and The Home three months, with Storlas, Fashions, Fan I.oveiuafcltiSj In Ireland. Happily many of the marriages in cy Work and Domestic Topics sent rural Ireland baye their spice of ro for onlv jo cents. All three offers justice. The match is wade by the and The Home 3 months snt for 25 An Irish cents Send to boy and girl' themselvM, TKat HOMX PCBLUHIKO CO ner mtu j ids ntjosyr BRIG. H. ROBERTS. X MYSTERIOUS Murder of an Ohio County Farmer. Frank Burks Found Doad With a Bullot In His Back In Dr. Wostorflold's Yard. Very meagre details of a murder, about our miles from Whitesvilte, in ,r " e the"Wester5tldiieighborboodrOhio count, reached Owensboro last night dar-lln'- mar-rlag- e. by telephone. On Friday morning the dead body of Frank Burks was found in the front yard of the residence of Dr. Westerfield. There was a bullet hole in Burks' back, and every evidence showed that his murderer shot him in the back while Burks was going away from him. There were two rumors at Whltesville with reference to the killing. One was that neither Dr. Westerfield nor his wife were at home Friday night, "and the other was that Mrs. Westerfield was at home alone. There was no Informa. tlon to be had as to who the murder was, excepting a message which was received from Whitesvllle about 10 o'clock last night by George Shively, of Owensboro, who is Burks' half brother, stating that Burks was shot by a man named Montgomery, and that Montgomery was concealed in Dr. Westerfield's house, and shot from a window, but Mr. Shively says he was unable to get any of the details ACTIVE Philippines" SOLICITORS WANTED for "The Story of the of the killing at all. The murdered man was thiity-fivor forty years of age, and he stood well in the community. He owned a good farm and was in fair financial circumstances. He was a single man, and lived alone on his farm. The general belief at Whltesville is that a women has figured in the case. Owe ensboro Messenger. m Odd Inanranee In Baaaln. A new kind of mutual fund was started in St. Petersburg last spring marriage insurance. It is now in successful operation. Single women are the only members who are recruited from year to year in seperate classes. At their entry they pay one ruble (about 50 cents), and whenever commissioned by the Government as Official Historian to the War Department. The book was written in nrtuy camps nt San Franciscd, on the Pacific with General Meritt, in the hospitals at Honolulu, in Hong Kong, in the American trenches at Manila, in the insurgent camps with Aguinaldo, on the deck of the Olypla with Dewey, and in the roar of battle at the fall of Manila. Bonanza for agents. Brimful of otiginal pictures taken by government photographers on the spot. Large book. Low prices. Big profits. Freight paid. Credit given. Drop all trashy unofficial war books. Outfit free. Address, F. T. Barber, Sec'y., Star Insurance Bldg., Chicago, J5 16 t. bv Murat Halstead, WineofSrdtti baa demonstrated ten thousand times that It la almost infalllbl FOR WOMAN'S PECULIAR WEAKNESSES. Irregularities and derangements. It baa become ths leading remedy lor this class of troubles. It exerts a wonderfully healing, atrengthen-ln- g and aoothlng influence upon the menstrual organs. It cures "whiten" and falling of th womb. It stops flooding and relleres sup er oneol their number marries every member of that class pays an add), tional ruble. The assessment thus collected is offered to the bride to buy a trousseau. One restriction prevents new members from taking advantage ui me oiucr ones, ino aowry assess- ment la palled itnlpea the trtrl linn been a member in good standing for one year. Each class is permitted to have not more than 100 members, after that admissions are refused until vacancies occur by marriage, when new members are taken in at the option of the members. 'VRE A COLS. IM ONE DAY ' 5 Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab. kts. All druSgists refund money if it falls to cure 25c. The genuine has L B. Q on each tablet. Uonaaa and 111 Army. As the sun dropped behind a fringe of trees we saw a man in the distance. He shouted a challenge across the Savatina, and we answered back, "Cuba!" and rode on through more bushes, thence by nn empty cowyard, a roofless ranch, and a gateless post d with an armed youth leaning against if posing as a sentry. In the pasture beyond we were joined by a horseman, who led ns through a grove pressed and palnfnl menstruation. For Change of Life it la the best medicine made. It la beneficial during pregnancy, and helps to bring children into homes barren for years. It invigorates, stimulates, strengthens the whole system. Thla great remedy la offered to all afflicted women. Why will any woman autter another minute with certain relief wtthia reach? Wine of Cardul only costs yi .00 per bottle at your drug store. For advice. In eatti requiring tpecial Airte ttofis, oWrf is, giving tymptom, ths "LtuSttt' Advisory DptirtmtHt" lit Chattanooga Htd icins Ce., Chattanooga, Ttniu Re. I. W. SMITH. Camden, S. C. aayit "Mi wits uisd Wine ol Cardul at home lor tailing el ths womb and It enUrelf cured hir." Get a Start And Save Endless Suffering which Winter Brings. TI1030 On Catarrh who got a start on tho dis--ca- so h, I The most ofToustvo of all diseases becomes moro intenso ns ooltl In fact, weiUlior approaches. many who have been undor treatment for bo long, and during tho summer feol littlo discomfort from tho disaaso, aro almost persuaded that they havo been cured. But tho first chilling blast of wintor proves that tho disoaso is still with them, and as the winter advances, thoir Catarrh growB in Bovority, Thoso who havo folt only a slight touch of Oatarrh may bo suro that only cold woathor is needed to tho disoaso. What appears to bo only a bad cold will prove moro difficult to euro than formerly, and will return with moro froqueuoy, until before loug tho disease is fully dovolopod. "For years I suffered from a sovero caia of Oatarrh, and took several kinds do-vol- weather aggravates it, will, find a euro less dilllcult. Catarrh inovoasos in severity year by year, and becomes 0110 of tho most d troublos. and But it is equally important that tho right romedy bo givon, All local applications of sprays, washes, inhalations, etc., can uover euro Catarrh, for thoy do not rouoli tlio disdeop-Boato- bpforo tho cold and disagree-abl- o fel WM falcon ease in tho blood, ami only a blood romedy can euro it. Local annli- - Catarrh is y roach thoirritated L surfaco; tho right &T? rmnndv muat ba cations only Swift's Spnoiflo (S. S. S.) is tlio right roiiietly for Catarrh, It euros tho most obstiuato cases by going direct to tho cause of tlio trouble tho blood and forcing of medicines and used various local ap- nut tlin illjunun 'I'llflHft who llfiva plications, but they had no effect whatever. I was Induced to try S. 8, H, mot witli bo muoh disappointment (Strift's SpecIRo) and after two month) from local treatmont should throw and have never asido I was perfectlyot well dlseaso slnco.. their aprays, washes and Inthe fH any effects "B. IVMoAtuwaii, haling mixtures- - atulJatkHS. S. 9f ... US 1 .afe...j,.MI internally. .Ll. iwraga .'" M iVia (ur frr,raTO to fNM at V Ut 'impoifeuo a. wr-"- " latteia, wr. Adur .A..t it irea m 5 .jQ Hartforerepublican" IndiiciI I'rliliijwbjr Hie 1IAIITI Ill ITIII.1N1IIM1 COMPANY Incorporated. 1 FON RooEns, John II. Thomas, J KD1TCRS has shed, tho broken hearts no balm can heal, tho joyful hopes drowned in despair, tho mouuds that mark our precious dead and tho fortunes swept away like silvery sands before tho flood and writo upon tho virgin pago of tho inlant year words of courage, faith, hopo and lovo for nil mankind. Chief Justice Lewis, ono of tho ablest jurists that ever eat on tho bench Subscription, $1 per yonr In advance of tho Kentucky Court of Appeals, retired from that body Monday. His h nt Hartford colleagues presented an clo-gEntered nt the post-offi-ce as second clnss mail matter. gold watch upon his retirement. Judgo J. M. Hazel rigg becomes Chief FRIDAY, JANUARY 6. Justice. bim-witant Offlco on Fox Stroot. The year closed with business boom Washing. Tho Bureau of Statistic Wc are authorized toannouncellon. R. C. Jarnngin, of I3eaver Daru, ns a ington figures tho couutr's excess of candidate for the nomination for Rep- cxporis over imports f r 1S08 at resentative, subject to the action ol the and thcic figures tell tho Republican party. whole story. Everybody believes a SALUTATORY. still further cnlnrgcnieut of foreign gress. this issue, The Hartford and domestic trade is in tore for 1899. Willi A half dozen Senators. Piatt, ol Connecticut; Piatt, of New York; Publishing Company, a corporation An unique rirgnniziti'in,tlio "Oriole composed of M. L.IIeavrhi,Fou Hog. Club,' was organized at Hngertown, Smith, of New Jersey; Aldrlch. of Rhode Island; Simon, ol Oregon, and crs, Kichulas Barrass, J, L. Howe and Ind., about two years ago. Tho Wilson of Washington live there, of tho orgnniziiion is to promote whl(e a dozen or more Representatives John II. Thomas, asjumo the management and control of Tut: Haiitfukd matrimony anviug its members. The make this hotel their home during membership was largo in the beginning the sessions of Congress. WashingRniiunucAN, having purchased the but sj great has beeu the success of ton letter to the New York World. paper of Mr. S. A. Anderson. Proud the enterprise that now only livo memH'i Uorbol n Ilrpnbllrnn. of the brilliant record of The Rerun. bers pre on the rolls. The success of Was William Goebel formerly a Relican under tho management of our this organization suggests tho idea that publican? One would naturally inter a similar organization for so to read some of the papers. The predecessors, we shall strive to mainone tain that lecord and to extend its in- bachelors might provo successful, for Cincinnati Commercial-Tribune- , them and if so a blessing for the couns of the principal stockholders of which fluence. is a brother of Senator William Goes try. Boyj, think about it. In entering the field of journalism bel, ot Kentucky, does not allow kinwc arc not presumptions, wo trust,bul At the head of tho editorial column ship to stand in the wey of frequent will be expresions ot opinion about the inirealizing that success depends upon a of The Republican found tho announcement of Hon. R. quitous Goebel force bill. The Goe-be- ls g fixedness of purpose and an uuwavcr-incame from an old time RepubliC. Jarnagin as a candidate for the determination, and that the inter- nomination for to the office can family in Cincinnati, and the est of the party demands a paper of of Representative. Intimates very Mr. Jarnagin Commercial-Tribun- e strong character as a political organ needs no special recommendation to pointedly that William Goebel is a "Republican degenerate," and that we accept the trust, and pledge to the the peoplo of Ohio county, having he "deserted the lalth of his father" been before them in the famous cnm support of Tun RnrunncAX our time, and biothers in order to secure office paign of 1897, Ho has served one at the hands ol the Democrats on the energy and ability. term in tho Lower House of tho Gen The policy of the paper will be eral Assembly and now asks a return, Kentucky side of the Ohio river. Pantagraph. strictly Republican, as heretofore, with by the people who honored him with A Film I'ircr of Color Work. a firmness in the right as wc are given the office which he now holds. R. C. An experienced art critic glvas it is a hustling young man and would to seo the right, e shall discuss the as his opinion that there will be no make a good Representative it nomi. handsomer piece ot color work issued questions political or socinl or any nated and elected. this year than Hood's Sarsaparilla other that may arise, ever keeping in Calendar for 1899. is not only view the interest of our common The Goebel bill will be tho cardi- useful, but artistic andItbeautiful, and country,and the columns of Tun Rrc nal issue in the approaching campaign up to date. The charming "Atnerl The most infamous can Girl" whose beautiful face in Kentucky. ruBLiCAN will always be open to those appears statute that ever blotted the record of wita a delicately painted flig in the who wish, for a fair discussion of the a legislative body of a free people will background, makes a pleasing featvarious questions of public inteiest. bo put on trial. It is but fair to say ure which anyone will be pleased to It is our hope and aim to make this that a large number of Democrats, em- have before him the whole of i8ag. newspaper and to this last bracing such distinguished and' lojal We suppose druggists will have this a Democratic leaders as Senator Bron Calendar, or a copy may be obtained we earnestly solicit the continued by sending 6 cents to C. I Hood & ston, aro bitterly fighting this shameReof the former friends of The less effort to suppress the voire of the Co., Lowell, Mass. publican and the assistance of every people at the ballot box. The Goebel 'otlce. other citizen who is interested in the law is fraught with such unusual dan AH persons having claims against success of a paper whose sole object gers to a free State that party differthe estate of A. R. Oiler will present is the betterment of the conditions of ences should for a time be forgotten the same properly varified to me at and the friends of honest elections the store house in Fordsville, Ky., mankind. should join forces ito suppress the in which A. R. Oiler did busThe liberal patronage given The Goebel machine, which aims at not iness prior to bis assignment, not RcrunucAN by the business men of only the suppression of .the Republi-canjpar- ty, later than the 28th day of January Hartford and the county and country but of honest Democrats, 1899 at which place and time I will well, who will not worship at the be for the purpose of receiving said has been gratifying to its former man as claims. Any creditor falling to preshrine of Bill Goebel. agers and wo hope will be continued. sent their claims at the time named, We beg to assure the public that our within three months thereafter, his roit 8017,-000,00- 0 lanta, the Norris iu Birmingham, Ryan's in St, Paul, the Burnett lu Cincinnati, the Reed House in Chattanooga, thel'eabody in Memphis, the Walton in Philadelphia, the Placklnton in Milwaukee these arc but a few of the most prominent hotels in the United States where a political atmosphere prevails. The most noted political hotels in the country, apart from the old Filth Avenue, is perphaps, the Arlington, In Washington, For more than a quarter of a century this hotel has been famous throughout the country as the rendezvous of politicians, Senators and Representatives. .It Is known ns the Presidents' hotel, because every President In the past twenty years, save McKinley, has lived there during the three nf lour days prior to inauguration. The lobby ol the Arlington Is always crowded ntter nightfall with legislators and camp followers of Con- 4 The World's Great Blood Purifier is The Queen Dowager of Holland is reported dangerously ill. Hood's Sarsaparilla, Order is being preserved in Havana Which absolutely by a patrol of the streets by American Cures every form of troops. Impure blood, from Mormon converts in Pleasant Hill, Ky , carry shotguns to protect thems selves lrom whltccaps. GENERAL NEWS. We do not believe In (parrying them to a better advantage oodts Therefore wo will Over V v J at The pimple on your Face to the great For another soasou. We have threo reasons for not wishing to do to. First Wo uced tho room for our spring stock. Second Goods do not improvo with age. Third Wo can use tho" monoy invested in I. The auxiliary cruiser Yosemlte has been ordered to Manila, with men and supplies for Admiral Dewey, The French Minister of the Colonies denies the report that Dreyfus has embarked at Cayenne tor France, While preaching In the synagogue of which he was pastor, In New York, Rabbi Schachmct fell dead In the pul-pi- t. The turret of the battleship Illinois, now being built, is to bendorned by a bronze bas relief tablet of Abraham Lincoln, Scrofula sore which Drains your system. Thousands of people Testify that Hood's Sarsaparilla cures Scrofula, Sajt Rheum, Dyspepsia, Malaria, CLOSE OUT AT COST Tho folio .ving lines: Overcoats, Underwear, Flannels, Winter Boots and Shoes, Gbivcs and all other Wintor Goods, This is no catch. 'Wc Como, examine and seo foryouselvcs. mean business. ob-jr- et theld to-d- first-clas- s eup-po- rt nenliicii Cnnnol be C'lirnl by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condition of the mucus lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result, and unless the in flauiatlon can be taken out and this William McCoy is on trial in tho ing the business of the country like a tube restored to its normal condition, circuit court of Clark county, Ind., devastating cyclouoaud resulting in a hearing will" be destroyed forever; period of hard times, uiipurulled iu the nine cases out of ten are caused by for killing Ratts Thomas Ratts. history of the country, was immediate- catarrh, which is nothing but an inThe peoplo of the United States ly followed by a popular cry for fiat flamed condition of the mucous surto President McKinley their sinmoney. Tho people, mistaking the faces. We will give One Hundred Dollars cere thanks and tho world greets him lack of distribution of money lor lack with a Happy Now Year. of it9 existence, set up a cry for cheap for any case ot Dealneps (caused by money that threatened fur a time to catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's The Cuban soldiers aro demanding destroy tho credit of tho governmet, Catarrh Cuie. Send for circulars, & Co.,Toledo, O. pay for their service before surrenderbut returning prosperity, with tho free. F.J. Ciienev Sold by Druggists, 75c. ing their arms. They aro much like normal distribution of consequent Hall's Family Pills are the best. "blood suckers" among candidates. money, dissipated tho cry for cheap More 1'oor M'lliitur 'I linn Itlch. Tin: extravagant estimates mad? of greenbacks. Tlie Senate is popularly known as Again iu 1893 when tho "Wilson the wealth of our rich men is illustrat"TUe Millionaires' Club," but when ed when they die. Ctdvin S. Brice bill" was threatening to destroy tho one gets down to the point of looking wai rated all the way from five to manufacturing interests of tho country over carefully the list of Senators, not twenty millions, but his administratrix a pauio second only to that of 7.'1 more than fifteen out of the ninety re set in severely congesting tho circulate only found 000,000 after his death. quire seven figures to indicate their ing medium, nud again, history re- actual wealth. Tins death of Senator Justin Morpeating itself, a popular cry went up John P. Jones, of Nevada, is perrill, of Vermont, removes tho oldest for cheap silver dollars. But tho haps the richest man in the Senate. landmark from theNational Congress. morning after the election of 189C, The othtr millionaires are Hanna, of Senator Morrill had seen forty-fou- r when gold came from its hiding seekOhio; Aldrlch, of Rhode Island; years continuous service in Congress, ing iiivcstmentjlabor finding remunerof West Virginia; Hale, of thirteen iu the House and thirtyon ative employment and monoy flowing Malre; Wetmore, of Rhode Island; in the Senate. through its wonted channels, dates Stewart, of Nevada; Smith, of New silJersey; Sewell, of New Jersey, Piatt, The Hartford Herald refers to the tho downfall of the free coinago of ver, Good times hushes tho clamor of New York; Perkins, of California; Republican nomination for RepresenMcMillan, of Michigan; Mitchell, of bottative us an empty honor. Last week for cheap money as readily as the Wisconsin and possibly Fairbanks, tho wail of a hungry babo. it said this was a Republican county. tle quiets ol Indiana. For consistency's snko its regular and A fcore or more of others are comI'ullllClll JllllClK, periodic editors should hold a cousulta. In all the large cities of the coun- fortably fixed, at least a dozen counts tiou at least once a fortnight. try where a political pot bolls the ing their earthly possessions up in year round there is always some one the hundreds of thousands. Hut there CoNuitKHBMAN Sayeks.'oI Texas ; e where are more poor men in the Senate than or hotel or McMIllin, of Tennessee, and Stone, of politicises In New rich. It may be that a Senate seat is congregate Pennsylvania, threo of tho brightest York, for instance, the Fifth Avenue a purchasable commodity, but there members of Congress, gave up their Hotel is known as political headquarare a number of men in the Senate seats with tho beginning of the new ters for the Republicans, while the who, it informed that the Capitol were year to become Governors of their Hodman House is the meeting place to be sold at auction, couldn't hear respcctlvo States, of Democrats. the bell ring Washington letter to The Jeflerson In Richmond, the the New York World. The low Eoft music of the midnight Trcmont in Boston, the Gieat Northbells tolled the sole in u rtulem of tlio ern in Chicago, the Southern in St. dyiug year, tho last but ono of tho ex- Louis, the Drown l'ulace In Denver, OUHl tVMltt All list I1LS. I Best Couth piring century, and ouother page of the St. Charles in New Orleans, the tint. Tease Good. Cm I UHBft PMinar Meruit f timebook was closed. ISow Palace In San Francisco, the Portland , fMWiorgei mo uiuer tears iurukiiiu in Portlaud, Ore., the Kimball in At-cx-tcs, bar-rooclub-hous- Sixteen to one, free silver, is dead. Wbj? Is it because that in the hardest fought political campaign of the all work done by tho company. century the people have been educatWishing our many friends n prosed out of the fallacy? No. The camperous year, we aro very truly yours, paign of education saved tho country Pun. Co. The Harti-okfor a time, but defeat, disappointing Quay was renominated by though it was, left the silver men Senatok and hopeful, and the Republican caucus at Harrisburg. bouynnt, determined the obliteration of the issue was reThe Democratic organ here is plead- served for another agency; silent and ing for a lamb for the legislative slow, but effective, and that agency The silver was returning prosperity. slaughter; craze had its parallel in the greenback The light of liberty dawned upon craze of tho seventies. Cuba Sunday morning with the raisTho terrible panic that followed the ing of the stars and stripes. passage of the resumption act, wrecki business transactions will bo strictly honest, and guarantee satisfaction in DOWNFALL OF SILVER. claim, properly verified will be deemed to have waived his right to any part of the assigned estate. L. W. Godsev, assignee, of J. R Oller. 23 4t Judge Perkins, of of Jasper county, Mo., has decided that a trust cannot collect debts in great pleasure in recommending Mr. Davidson to the people as a first class that State. V duiinc iM. by meant ol lltmlrailont Will ron'irut to pi?t ctV br Harry Harman, a bridge jumper, teacher. ol trie orld in a clear anil ronclit manner all the Imii'iUut nt j id Rev. J. W. Keown preached at our plunged from the top of a ART POLIIICS building into the Chicago river. He school house on Christmas day. the devote.! letillnn tfpnl nt if (unit,I ttbt hetititeto The rnMtibulearlnUthenf paget rmintry nt the lll The way some of the young widows In ft t r r Kill received only slight injuties. W H- KI.V heretofore. mliof It t( or f.iapiruve, whatever ppro I think there will be a arc grinning, the (uremoit illustrated weekly. llie ntuition may b During this season the price of catwedding In our midst soon. tle in Montana has averaged 10 per Hawaii and Porto Rico C'iia nnJ the Philippines W. A. M. c be slmilaile treated These 1'lacet cent, higher than durlug any season ciil mUlei will inceir on ' h Casr.r Whitney and W. luittir by Mfn Phil. Xnllt-t-- l lenrhn. lu likeulM made 1 in the history ot that State. I .tifnn and t1. I. Millet, (V.t!i Dinwiddle, tudy ol the placet. It appears from the number of .fii nuJe itUl ourne)toiIie Uu It! lid ward KelleyVa Chicago saloon Teacher's Register and Grade Books ...TUG BEST . . . keeper, was shot and killed by a re- yet remaining In my office that sever-h- i volver which he threw behind the bar, PICT0IUAL HISTORY OF THE YEAR teachers have not gotton their remarking that it was harmless. Is wlul II VUPI tt'S Wl l KI.V hit beei In the past and ill be In the ar It Register and Grade Books and have aceomrinlied it ihe late I ue cieat wm luiure cbiraitcil lit of tin Whl.KIA 'Slue aid enetfellc po'"r- A boy who figured as not kept the record of their respective the mascot of the nth United States schools as the law direct. suKiAi. sroums The reIly II. O. Weill Intantry at Santiago, has been brought quirement of the law must be fulfilled WHEN Tilt! SLCUPCR WAkl'S. Ity U. S. Vn ZIU WITH SWORD AM) CHUCH'IX. home to Baltimore by his parents. and the last payment will not be Hy R. W. Chamber TUB CONSI'IKAT0R3 Efforts will be made in Cincinnati made to any teacher until he has cerSoma Short - Story Contributors to prosecute the Christian scientists tified the fact to this office that the F. J. McCarthy II. S. Mirrlmtn Owen Hill W.E.Norri$ to the full extent ol the law for pracs recoid of his school has been kept in M. S. Brlteo II. S. Williams John Corbln E. F.Benton tichg medicine without a license. the Register ns provided by law. ALASKA Wl-STim Respectfully, A bill has been introduced in the and itl resources still be the subject Caspar Whitney and In I.JutliKt still be treated in t.f a tenet of papett by Ldsvard J. a series ul utklct by I ranklln Fon Rogers, Co. Supt. Kansas legislature to compel the Gov, bpiarr. Matthews. 3 ernor to sign the death warrants ot Yonr lint Iiitrrm This Busy World The London. Letter fi City-nin- e persons convicted of murder. Will be served by making sure of by I!. S. Martin, IU continue to efj will be ntten he ArnoU White, arouse and Instruct Itt readers- (4 ..ud still bo lull ul lime y matter Thos. J. Grubb) aged 40, and Har- health. It will be a loss of time and AMATHUR ATHLnriCS illry Roberts, aged 70, (ought a duel money to be stricken with serious intiedseeV!ybyl!te!Unosn editor, Mr. Caspar Whitney le with pocket knives otMooretown, Cal. ness. Take Hood's Sarsaparilla and . litrlpt.Si CO a Yfr zlnlspj way all Grubb literally hacked his aged vic- purify your blood. In this (i Ft k M A.' re.. KI'C A IIKRTIII:H3. Psiblliheri. NewVork.N.Y, germs of disease will be expelled, tim to death. - . rseiSu SwSGSis. The War Department's published sickness and suffering will be avoided and your health will be preserved. summary of army stations, just issued, for the first time includes Havana as Isn't this a wise course? Best butchsr lambs . 4 75 5 00 a regular post, showing about 12,000 Hood's Tills are the only pills to Filr to good butcher Or the Condition of the lambs troops there. 3 50& 4 00 take with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Price 2 00 3 00 A deer pursued by hunters in Union 25 cents. OF WiiriAT No. 2 red and longbeiry county, Pa., leaped over a cliff and Educate) Tour lio.nl! With Cierrtl. 6Sc; realighted squarely upon Reuben Crom-leCindy Cathartic, cure cormlptlloa forerer. 70c; No. 3 red and longberry 10c, SSc. II C. G. O. (all, druggliu refund money. jected nt the Close of Business, 28c less; on levee 1 ,ljC less. who was working in a quarry,in-jurin- g Corn No. 2 old 40c; Nj. jnex December 31, 1898. him fatally. LIVE STOCK MARKETS. white 37c; No. 3 new mixed 37c. RBSOURCKS. Phillip Doyle died at Sycaraore.IlI., - Oats No. 2 white 311C, nominal; Bills Discounts $ 82,630.18, Saturday, altera lingering illness. At LOUISVILLE. No. 3 3ofl3ic; No 2 mixed 2o1' Overdrafts Secured. 273 55 about the same hour of his death, his Cattle Extra shipping . $ 4 4o 4 80 30c, nominal; No, 3 29J1C Overdtafts unsecured. . . 256 35 sister.llving a few miles west ot SycaLeight shipping . . 4 25 4 So Rvk 591 60c. Due from Banks 29,225.84 more, Mrs. lames Purcell, died also. 4 40 Best butchers 4 5 IJocs The market opened firm and Cash on hand 14,564 95 Fair to good butchers 3 26 3 90 higher. We quote frest receipts at Checks for Remittances . . 4,501.95 Ky. Com. to med. butchers 3 00 3 40 32c per dozen on arrival. Banking House and Lot . . 3,000.00 Jan. 1. Our town will soon be conGood to extra oxen . 3 25 4 00 Feathers We quote prime white Furniture and fixtures . . 1,000.00 nected with the outside world by telCom. to med. oxen . 2 25 3 36 goose at 24c per lb ; gray 3oj2c; ephone, Current expenses 2.(71.35 Feeders 4 25 mixed 25joc; old i.l;3oc; darlt and Debts 3 75 1,906 63 in suit Mr. J. D. Nelson and Miss Bessie 85 mixed old goose 12&30C; duck 12 Stockers 3 3 50 Real F.state Schroader were married on the 29th of 31.35 Veal calves 5 00 5 50 30c. December at the bride's home near Milch cows choice . 30 ooi 37 50 Field Seed Selling prices trom $139,462.15 Horton. Rev. J. P. Nelson officiating. 15 oo2o 10 store: Fair to good Timothy $1.15 per bu ; ext a LIABILITIES. Some timber men have bought a Hogs-Choipacking & clean bluegrass6oc; fincy$i 10; crim- Capital stock $40,000.00 large lot of timber from Albert Cox butchers, 225 to 300 lbs 3 70 son clover $a 75; clover f4.54.75: Undivided Profits . . . . near this place and will have their 4,13912 Fair to good packing,l8o orchard grass oocj red top 35c; seed Due Depositors 62,220.06 mill at work in a lew days. to 200 lbs 3 70 rye 70c. Certificates ol Deposit . . 33,102 97 Mrs. Belle Likens and Mrs. Julia Good to extra light, 1C0 Poultrv The market has ad vane Allen are on the sick list. to 180 lbs 3 70 ed sharply. We quote hens at 7c per 3 65 $139,462.15 Mr. James Ballard, of Centertown, lb.; dressed hens 89c; spring chlch-e- ns Fat shoats, 120 to 160 was here last Sunday visiting friends J. C. RILRY, Cashier. 7c: guineas $1 20 per dozen; turlbs 3 55 and relatives. Old Scribe. keys 7icper lb.; dressed trukeys 10c; Subscribed and sworn to before me Fat shoats, 100 to 120 ducks 5c; geese, full lea'hered $4 25 by J. C. Riley, Cashier. This Jan. 5, lbs 3 25 3 3 You are making a great mistake in 5 per dtzen; plncked geese $$ 50 per 1899. J no T. Moore, Pigs, 6o to 90 lbs . . 3 00 3 25 dozen. not sending for a :o cent trial size of N. P. O. Co., Ky. Roughs, 150 to 400 lbs 300 320 Ely's Cream Balm. It is a specific Life insurance is a good thing but My Commission as Notary Public Lambs-Goo- d to for catarrh and cold in the head. We Sheep & keeping the expires January 28, 1900. " extra shipping sheep 3 .so 3 75 health insurance, by mall it, or the 50 cent size. Drugblood pure with Uood'a Sarsaparilla, Fair to good 3 50 3 25 gists all keep It Ely Brothers, 56 Is still better. Common to medium . 2 50 3 00 Warren Street, New York. 2 50 2 25 , . Bucks Flaciil Conn ol Ohio County. Catarrh caused difficulty in speaks We, the undersigned, come and Extra spring lambs . 4 35 4 50 ing and to a great extent loss of hearsubmit the following report as Coming. By the use of Ely's Cream Balm Demissioners to sell the bonds of Ohio dropping of mucus has ceased, voice, county: Many. and hearing have greatly improved. 1st We desire to state that we, purJ. W. Davidson, Att'y at Law, Monsuant to the former orders of this court noMon, Hew York, Phllaitelplita), mouth, II'. WnnlilnKtnii, I.onltvllle TrrrorUrU issued, sold and delivered to Rudolph, 1st- - ili Awllil Ncnurarr. All tlie Kleybolte &Co., of Cincinnati, O., CJrrHt Oiilrrn ol lonlnilon Ohio county bonds to the amount ol .tirerlrtl. Mr R. A. Leisure has bought the $30,000 00 Lanham larm. Premiums on same 77 50 The depressing effects of the presMr. Alfred Hoover Is building a new Accrued interest from Dec, ent epidemic of Grip are apparent house on his farm. Not worth paying attention 82 19 1st to Dec. 26th everywhere. Teachers, clerks, busito, you say. Perhaps you Mr. T, P. Faught,of Owensboro.bas have had it for weeks. ness men, mechanics laborers, street moved into our midst. It's annoying because you $30,15969 car drivers, school children, police ofTotil The infant child of Mr. Jake Shaver have a constant desire to We paid to the Lithograph' ficers and even the doctors all furnish cough. It annoys you also was laid to rest December 30. ing Co. for making the because you remember that victims by the hundreds. wife have Mr. James Bennett and weak lungs Is a family filling. bonds 65 co No remedy yet discovered can show At first it Is a slight cough. moved to W. G. Bennett's. At last It is a hemorrhage. results equal to Dr. Miles' Restorative G. Stewart spent some time Mr. E. At first It Is easy to cure. $30,094.69 Nervine. It quickly overcomes the Total net hunting for a wagon wheel that left At last, extremely difficult. Amount received in payment of excessive exhaustion, invigorates the night during Christmas. one said bonds, which amount we caused appetite and assists nature to throw Mrs Mizella Stewart, who has been to be paid out as follows on the debts off the deadly microbes from the sysvery 111 tor sometime, is improving, of Ohio county, vii: tem. In times of epidemic like the Mr. Pender Bennett and wife visitBank of Hartford $4,500.00 present It should be taken as a prevened their sister in Daviess county last Wrought Iron Bridge Comtive of disease. week, pany, 3 notes & Int. . , 9,425.73 "Grip has left me a physical wreck; Mrs. Sarah Westerfield and daughII. J. C Llnly note & int. . 3,029.00 weak, helpless and miserable. I ter, Miss Esther, spent last Sunday at F. C. Austin & Co. note & could not eat; could not sleep; could Rev, I. C. Hoover's. int 25987 not gain any strength, and bad nerMr. Lonnie Bennett made a flying Fotter & Condlt order. . . 114 48 vous prostration ot the worst kind. trip to Beaver Dam last Sunday. W. II. Mauzy order 150 00 Our home physician could not help family, of Mr. Will Tipmore and G. B. Thompson note & Int. 546 23 me and I commenced using Dr. Miles' Daviess county, are visiting In our Beaver Dam Deposit Bank, 3 Nervine The first night's sletp that neighborhood this week. o quickly conquers 8,683.92 I had had in four months came as the notes & int hacking cough. . I will close by wishing the new W. M. Warden note & int. 3,363 9 doubt result of two first doses When I had a t" .s. There Is... no r...u. about ..... nianazetuent of The SIIW VUIU IIUW. Cash paid J. P. Mtller AJUUUIbUHIC 19 46 taken two bottles I felt better than I prosperous year. Old Jay. from neglect. had before in years, and continued to For over half a century $30,094 69 Improve until I was entire cured " Total amount Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has .Minir.. been curing colds and coughs Received and paid out, we also file Hencelorth I will office at the office Eu Woodard, Plymouth, Ills, and prevemlngconsumption. the notes and orders named above as of The Harti'ord Rei'UM.ican, Any It cures Consumption also All druggists are authorized to sell If taken In time. part of this report, which notes aud Dr. Miles' Nervine on a guarantee one having business with the County orders are all paid Id full, we also that first bottle benefits Superintendent will find me at the Keep one of Dr. Ager's cutrrg state that tho auiouut $19 40 pnd J. place above mentioned, Be sure and get Dr. Miles' Pectoral Plasters over goir Respectfully, P. Miller was the amount or difference Nervine. Booklet on heart and tangs II got ctajt. between the debts ordered to be paid Nerves rent free. Address Fon Rogers, Co. Supt. and the amount of bouds, this amount Shall we aenJ you Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. book on thU lubject, free? $19 46 together with $9 62 collected ot U. A. H. Nolle. Jan 2 Mr. J. E. Davidson, Our Notllaal Doptrtmcnt. by Miller from Bank of Hartford Is There will be a call meeting on SatU you hare any complaint sshat. Hartford, has just closed his school at now in his hands subject to the or ever aii4 desire Hid Lett medical of January to Install lilrii)roacnioiilhlyi,bl!n,rll this place and returned to his home ders of this Court, all of which is re- urday the 14th tl.d ilootor fraoly You rocelio officers of Post No 4, The presence I "fli olll.out Avkn, in Hartford. We regret to give Mr. for your approvspectfully submitted Aair.Vim, J. c ot all comrades is desired as ImporLowtlf, Mm. Davidson up, as he taught us a good al, ) J. P. Miukx, V tant business Is to transact. Coiu'rs. M. L. Uhavrin, school and labored hard for the ad) W. A. Row.. J. C, Chambkrun, Adjt, take , vancement of our children, We u-six-stor- y 111 1 Catarrh, Rheumatism, And That Tired Feeling. Remember this And get Hood's And only Hood'i, the Circuit Court S. LEVY & CO., Beda, Ky. Hi Tall-ends . Jc.c:?p- r5ses;!e5ii?ss5 STATEMENT T y, ... v- - Jingo, .... .... ce .... GRIM GRIP'S DEADLY MARCH Deals Death and struction to ,Mr Shinkle Chapel. Jusia Cough .... .... 1 ,r AyerYfi ' Cherry Pectoral ' your-lltil--- .... ... l Sugar Grove. 111 J i .JULLIHLI"I.IHT -)- . WHERE THE CROWDS GO THERE THE BARGAINS ARE Anil bargains are whaolyou are ing for. We may not give you the most every time, but we certainly give you the best. Our stock is chock full of all the look- Royal Mokes ftOVU PENNY WISE. Baking Powder VOftK, Mnnv tfilni- - ITalilf. nf ltia reople. Americans of tho chins who go to Europotnku notu tlint in Germany n coin Is used culled n pfennig nnd worth n qunrtor of n cent nnd tlint in Franco contimes aro in use, which Cllfttlfffl In 11m Of the Annul I of WEST KENTUCY SEMINARY And Teachers' Training School AT tho food more delicious and wholesome tAKM) rWMII CO . Pit Jeans pants 75c at Fair & Co's. Dr. E. B. Pendleton has La Grippe. Capes nt your own price at Fair & Co's. Mr, Robeit Ilickey called to sec us Mouday, MURDERED. Frank Burks, an Inoffensive Bachelor, Killed. Found Doad In Dr. Wostor-flold- 's Yard on Last Friday Morning. Men's Heavy Mcintosh Coats Fair & Co's. Mrs. Hester Miller list this week Is on $2 at the sick cheap leading novelties for the holidays Below we quote the lowest prices ever known: Gileses Jackets f2 00, reduced from 6c 3 60 and 100. 4c Infant cloaks $1 00. $1 40 and 2 00. ....4c Cheaper than you can makotbem. BeitPriati 40 Good Gingham OVEKCOATS & MoINTOSHES. 10c Mcn'i Beaver overcoats, former prlco Good tablo line l5c $9 00, now $7 GO. Good wool mixed jeana 5c Men' union Beaver coats, black and Good Canton flanael 18o navy, 4. former price G 50. Good gray flannel 5e JJoya Beaver overcoats 3 08, former 1'JsJd shirtings St" Nice- - flanneletta 8c price 5 00. Wen's all wool Mcintosh 4 00, formar DRESS OOODS. in wool price 5 00. bO patterns, new noveltiei, New wiJo wale Mclntoihes 1 98, formixed dress gaodi, f 2 00 pattern. 15 patterns wool and nlk mixed at mer price 2 se. Boys Mclntoihes wide wale 1 78. $3 20 pattern. Wide wall itorra serge, navy blue and XMAS GOODS DEPARTMENT. A placo to amuse both ' young and black, 25c U 4O0 per yard. 10 patterns all wool blak dress old. A complete line: prettiest china gsods, figured and plain, 13 00 to in town, cake plates, afternaon tea's, ckocklate cups, spoons holders, syrup $7 00 pattern Lotjiih Cuhmtres 36 in, wide, in stands, caadlo holders, aups, saucers blaek, aavy, brown, gray, whit and nd plates, pickle dishes, individual cardinal at 20c yard, A cuitabla line butter dishes, berry sets, vases and of trimmiigi to match tho entire liae. other useful articles. Drums, horns, CAPES A M188E8 JACKETS. hoops, sleighs, wheslbarrows, wagons, 2S capes, fur trimmed, In black aad carts, balls, dolls, doll furniture, rolN navy, ckoice for $1 29. cr chimes, rocking chairs. Bring tko 15 capes, extra length double capes, children to seo these goods. No troub le to sbojv them, fur trimned, choice fprf 1 59. Plain black Beaver capes, former JEWELRY DEPARTMENT. prioe (5, now $3 49. Complete assortment: Watck chains, Nice boucle capes $1 39. Studs, Cu(T buttons, Rings, Bracelets, Elegant pluih capes $2, 3 50 A 4 00. Gold pips, Sterling silver, Novelties Handsome silk lined Brocadtd capes of all kinds. Biggest assortment in 5.00, former price 1 50. town. STAPLE. Yard wide bleach, no tUrch Yard wide domestic Frank Burks, a quiet, Inoffensive bachelor, living In the north end of the county, was the victim of the latHenry Field & Son have a few est tragedy for which Ohio county Is more disc harrows for sale cheap. becoming famous. Burks was found Mr. John W. Sanderfur, of No lying stiff In death with a bullet hole Creek, is happy. It is a nine pound under his left shoulder, just outside the gate of Mrs. Isaac Westerfleld's boy. Boys' odd coats and vesta nt Fair & Co's. .... yard, near Magan, last Friday morn" Mrs. Jame Lyons and little son, of Ing. Ilayncsville, visited relatives here At this time the responsibility for this week. Burks' unhappy late has not been Misses Sophia and Maggie David definitely fixed, but sensational develson, ol Beaver Dam, were pleasant opments are hourly expected. Suspicion pointed strongly toward Foster callers at this office Mondaj. Gross, whom Constable Lauham lodgSave your laundry for Williams & ed in jail here Sunday. Young Gross Casebler, agents for the Hopklnsville is a son of Mrs, Westerfield by a formSteam Laundry and Dye Works. All accounts due on subscription were transferred by Mr. Anderson to the present managers who will gratefully receive the same when tendered. Mrs. G. T. Westerfield and little daughter, Margaret, returned Sunday afternoon from Central City, where she visited Mr. and Mrs. James Cros by. Mr. W. A. Edwards, ot No Creek, has sold his farm to Mr. Leslie Ward and will leave In a few days for Arkansas, where be will make his future home. Mrs. E. P. Baibour and daughter, Miss Carolyn, who had been visiting Sirs. J. II. Williams for a week, re turned to their home in LeitchCcld Monday. Miss Bee Brown, of Center town, and Mrs. Dr. King, of Roy, Texas, visited friends and relatives in town this week. Mrs King will return in a few days to her Texas home. er marriage to the notorious Matt Gross, and has already established a reputation as an all round bad boy. The circumstances, as related to us by a gentleman who lives near the scene of the tragedy, is about as follows: Foster Gross was seen going in the direction of Burks' house late Thursday evening and was later seen, in company with Burks, leturning toward his mother's house. This was the last time Burks was seen until found dead at Mrs. Westerfleld's gate the next morning. Shortly after dark the neighbors heard three pistol shots fired In rapid succession about the Westerfield residence, and a few mo Remember we continue through this month to give away those handsome pictures with all purchases that amount to $10 00; also smaller pictures with S5 00 purchases. Our motto: lowest prices, Yours for Trade, best grade. 1 FAIR Hartford Republican. FRIDAY. JANUARY 6. Buy your shoes at I'fllr & Co's. Mr. Aithur Busklll ia in town this week. CO. Schroeter, the leading Green river Photographer, is now at Harttord. Call and sec his work. His Photo Buttons are the fads of the day, also his Photos are finer than ever. Mrs, Win. Benton, of Rockport, died the first inst. and was laid to re&t in the Rockport cemetery Monday in the piesence of a large number of sorrowing friends and relatives. (1.50 tor Men'a Good Soots at Fair & Co's. Miss Mabel Ilocker is visiting In Rockport. AH Winter Dress Goods at cost at Fair & Co's. Field's 'bus meets all trains at Beaver Dam. All Overcoats at reduced Fair & Co's. prices at Leave your horse at Field's stable when in town. Mr. J. J. Bracken made ns a ant call yesterday. pleas- For any and all kinds of plows call on Henry Field & Son. Best line Men's Heavy town ore at Fair & Co's. Shoes In Mr J. L. Rowe spent Sunday in Leitchfield with relatives. Herrell Bros, are building a large business house in Rockport. Miss Dena Woodward visited friends In town Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Elvis Carson is in Louisville taking. a course in denistry. Mr. A. R. Carson returned to his work In Louisville Sunday. Lowest price on Prints, Domestic, Shirtings at Fair & Co's. Fhotographer Taylor will make pictures In artford every Monday. Snaglesa Rubier Boots, Misses and Women's Rubbers at Fair & Co's. See the Linen Towels on our 10c Thomas Bros. table next wtek. Mr. Geo. M. Maddox, of Rockport, was one of our many callers Monday Miss Mary Wedding Is visiting her sister at Spring Lick, Grayson county. Can't argue prices on Millinery. Set your price and take a hat at Fair & Co's, Mr. J. R. Williams left Monday for Louisville to take a course In Dentistry. Mr.W. T Bean of Sulphur Springs, made us a pleasant rail while In town Monday. Mercedese, this week. Hon. E. D. Gufly and daughter, visited relatives In town Miss Mabel Reld, of Rockport, vis. Ited her cousin, Miss Edna Griffin, this week. Miss Attye Austin spent Saturday night and Sunday with her patents at ' Btaver Dam. The Board of Supervisors Is In session this week grinding out the usual raise. The board is made up as foK lows: J. E. Magan, Cheel Wedding, Warren Taylor, Thomas Wallace and Mr. Geo. F. Long, late of the Beav- 'Viu. Addington,with Robert Ragland er Dam Gleaner, was a pleasant caller as clerk. at this office Monday. The following parties are on the Miss Susie Duke, of Concord neighslclc list this week: Misses Maggie borhood, visited her cousin, Miss Nail uudSallie Klein, Mrs. S.K. Cox, Mattle Luce, this week. Mrs. Louis Guenther, Mr. Hebcr Matthews, and Mrs F. L. Felix, who Little Hugh Edward, son of Mr. and is visiting at McIIcnry, has a severe Mrs. Shelby Taylor.ls very 111, but we case of La Grippe. hope not dangerously so. Tuesday evening quite an elegant If you want your shirts, collars and supper was given nt the home of Mr. cuffs to look neat and clean, save them, and Mrs. W. B. Render in honor of for Williams & Casebler, agents. their guests, Miss Bee Brown and sis- foul deed. Dr. Isaac Westerfield Is an excellent We will have another lot of those ter, Mrs. Dr. King. A number of trlends were present and enjoyed with citizen and he is not believed to have nice Umbrellas next week at 50c each. known anything about :the dastardly them that rare treat. Thomas Bros Cash Store. plot. The Fiscal conrt nitt Monday with Mrs. Lee Cannon and Mr Robert riiR nam: ok im:nt, Judge J. P. Miller, presiding and Jus.Ragland, of Roslne, are visiting their The Commercial Hotel, situated on father, Mr. M. S. Ragland, this week, tices Ed Massie, H. B. Taylor, W. A. in Hartford, Rone and T. A. Evans present. Esq, the best business corner Is for sale or rent on reasonable terma Mr. and Mrs. Hcber Matthews and Weller was engaged in holding a couit children returned last Saturday from of inquiry in the Burks murder case to responsible parties only. For terms a week's visit to relatives in Owensv ot Magan and did not take his place write to or apply In person to G. J. Bran, Hartford, Ky. boro. la the court till Wednesday morning. 27 Mr. Alex. Barnett called while in Fifty Cents. Sneclnl nttpuHnn is rnllml to tli Cuartnteed tobacco habit cure, maVet weak town Tuesday and extended Happy anuouncement 0, theaptltlB sesstonof tutu strong, blood pure. Wo, 11. All druggiiu. New Year's greeting to Thb Rnrun- Hartford College. The faculty is made Oar Mother. MCAN. up of energetic nnd enthusiastic eduMrs. Mary F. Guest, daughter of Miss Annie Allen has accepted a cators well worthy of the trust reposWilliam and Nancy Balrd, and widow position as stenographer and nmentt-ens- ls ed in tfcetu. The school Is now doing of Samuel M. Guest, (who died nearin the law office of Heavrln & better work than she has done in ly thirty years ago) died suddenly years. Parents desiring to educate Dec. 11, 189B, of pneumonia at the Taylor. their children would make no mistake home of her at Bonne Mrs. James L. Rowe and in sending them to Harttord College, Terre, Missouri. Deceased was born Lubble, returned Sunday "We call attention to the law card of and raised in Ohio county, Kentucky, from a visit of two weeks to relatives Col. J. S. R. Wedding, one ol the was a member ot the Cumberland in Leltchfield. leading lawyers of the Hartford bar, Presbyterian church at Beda. She in another column of this paper. Col. never would change her membership. Wedding was for several years a mem She had lived in Missouri for nearly Iter of the law firm of Glenn & Wed-dfii- twenty years, leaves a son and one wkicll partnership has been dls daughter. She was a kind and loving solved. Mr Wedding will still be mother and that is the best that can tound at Hie office formerly occupied be said of any woman1. Bertir Dvsart, by Glenn & Wedding, Wetakepleas. Arrow Rock, Mo. ure in recommending him to those Just romombor that all your having leal business requiring skill strength must oomo from your food. Did you ovor think of ful attention. thatp Perhaps your muscles nood. ATTORNEY AND t'nril S'lrum JnriiHKlii. " moro strength, or your nerves; To the voters ot Ohio county: Gen. COUNSELLOR AT LAW, or perhaps your stomaoh la tlemen A little more than n year ago (notary runuc) wook and cannot dlgost what you eat. HARTFORD,- KENTUCKY. you elected me to n seat In the Lower If you nood moro otrongth. Will practice his profession In all House of the General Assembly of thon toko Kentucky, and having to the best of the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counPrompt ties and tny ability served the whole people, attentionthe Court of Appeals. entrust-t- o given toallbuslness and feeling that my experience in his care. hat body for the Inst term has better qualified me to lurtner tne interest ot Lyman Williams, Oil with of my constituent!, I now come asking Tho oil la tho moat, an indorsement at your hands, and Clarence Casebler, trusting that my work has met your easily ohangod of all foods into PATRONIZE THE HOPKINS-VILLBtrongth and tho bypophoa- approbation nnd that you will return STEAM putted aro tuo Base me to the work I left. Thanking you tonlca for tho norvoai lor past favors, I am BCOTT'S EMULVery Truly, SION la tho oaaleafc K C. Jarkaoix, and quickest cure for Misses Jessie and Mary Smith Miss Dena Woodward, near Ccntertown. nd son-in-lalittle-daughte- ments later Mrs. Westei field rushed Into the house ol Mrs. Sallle Greer, who lived about 300 yards away, and trembling with excitement, told Mrs. Greer that while alone in the house some men had come into her yard firing pistols and declaring she believed they had killed her son, Foster Gross Her husband had preceded her to Mrs. Greer's earlier in the evening and he and Mrs. Greer scoffed at the idea of Foster's murder. Later in the night, Mrs. Westerfield insisted upon going to see about the fire and Mrs. Greer went with her and when they approached the house Mrs. Westerfield led the way around back of the house, never entering the lront yard, yet after her return to Mrs. Greer's she insisted that Foster was killed in the front yard. The next morning Mrs. Greer's little boy was sent up to the Westerfield residence and returned, reporting the finding of Burks' body. In attempting to assign a motive for the murder, It is said that for several years Burks had been very intimate with Minnie Gross, Mrs. Westerfleld's daughter, who was recently adjudged a lunatic nnd sent to the asylum at Hopklns-ville.ait is suggested that the murder was commited to avenge the outrage of the girl. It Is not believed up there that Foster Gross did the killing, but that he was sent to decoy Burks to the place and that other hands committed the nro current nt of n cent Thisprnctlcoof uidng money in such miiiuto divisions oxcltcs tho contempt of Americans, which is, how-overeturned by tho Germans nnd Trench nnd is expressed frooly nt tho FACULTY of skvkn vigorous, earnest, capable teachers. foolish nnd wasteful Americans ENVIRONMENT unexcelled, both socially and morally. who, in thoir Own country, mnka no TEACHERS' Training a special feature of the Institution. iifio of nny coin less thnn n cont. STATE Certificate class will be large and strong. And yet tlicro is nohnngo gradualELOCUTION Department affords superior advantages. ly extending over tho United States in wlint may bo called tho monoy MUSIC Department unexcelled in tho State. using habits of tho people. Thorn CLASSES, large, enthusiastic, and strong. was n timo within tho rammnbrnnco METHODS deslgued to give wisdom, power aud skill. of western nnd southern AmorlcanH, BUILDING remodeled large, commodious and inviting. beforo United States silver coin wns EXPENSES lower than any institution of equal advantages. Missis-fcipin general circulation in tho TRAINING seeks moral as well as Intellectual strength. vnlloy, when tho picayuno, a Spnniph coin worth when in good condition 0 cents nnd whon worn Tuition per term ol ten weeks . . smooth C cents, was tho smallest $ 8.00 coin in use. Tuition two terms in advance From tho picnyuno 15.00 ennio tho word plonyunish, signifyBoard, room, fuel, lights, etc., In good families per week 2 00 ing n small, mean, penurious naTuition, board.room.etc.per term of 10 weeks In advance 26 50 ture. In Now England, whero tho Club board at your own price. Organization of two clubs has already ns to been people so divided tho dollar made. Those desiring to enter club ahoutd Inform us at once. Each creato ninny fractions nnd continued member will furnish his own bedding, etc. and provisions. By this means to speak of shillings, pence nnd half pcncolongnftcr our separation from the cost of board is materially reduced. E. R. RAY; Pus. I. B. TAYLOR, vice Pres. S. C. STEVENS, Sec'y. England, a copper coinage wns maintained, and people contended for tho odd cents nnd ovon half cents duo them in making cbnngo from tho earliest nges, but boginnlng west of tho Hudson thero was until a comparatively recent poriod nn nbsenco of copper coinp, nothing for sale nt loss than G cents and n general disposition to speak lightly of oven S cent transactions. This has, within tho present generation, greatly changed. Tho nickel has como to stay, nnd cents nro y whero in circulation. Tho government sot an example in first letter postage to 3 cents and later to 2 cents. Tho proud, hnughty is we and lavish American found himsolf compelled to deal in coins less than close; C cents. The cheapening of postago led to tho soiling of many articles of common uso, such ns newspapers, at less thnn 5 cents, and whatovor sacrifice of prido it may havo cost, tho nverngo American found himself buying theso things nt tho reduced prices and dealing in nickels nnd clearwe do pennies. It wns a como down, but init came. is is It should bo remembered that those so called dealings weronot tho canresult of decreasing wealth in the country, sinco the supply of money endorsein tho country has been steadily increasing for many years, but were tho effect of increasing senso. The as massive and yet acute intellect of tho Amoricnn has grasped tho fact that thero is no reason why he should buy more of n given nrticlo than ho needs or pay for it twico us much ns is nsked. Slowly the most intelligent and best educated inhabitant of tho earth has surrounded tho operation of buying n cent's worth of something, if that is what excelbo needs, nnd paying n cent for It. With tho increnscd use of smaller chaugo has como the practice of buying nnd soiling most things nt once as unheard of prices. Tho word chonp, of onco unpopular with Amerioans, is quite common now. There is n high price nnd n low prlco for everything, nnd well to do peoplo nro not afraid sale is or ashamed to pny tho latter. Wo havo not arrived yet nt the pfennig and tho centime, but wo may get there. Wo do not save Boots, mntches nnd candle ends 'and lumps of sugar which wo have onco bought Caps, and paid for, ns tboy do in tho old countries, but thero is no good reason why wo 8houldnot. With all our wisdom thero is no just cnuse why wo should not accumulate pon-nwisdom. It is hard to predict Mid-win- ter what tho United Stntes might arrive ntif, in addition to being ho richest country in tho world, it was in tho mid-wint- er canhabits of its pooplo tho most sons!-bi- o nnd saving. Kansas City Star. ono-flft- BEATER DAM, KY., r, Tuesday, January 24th, 1899, ' MUST BE SOLD t PROMPTLY! ov-er- The end of the season finds us with many lines that feel best to promptly it's our plan to keep the stock freshest and newest, thus making our store attractive to our customers. We never linger onsuch items; let the price the ance work and that why it of terest to you. Good values you not ignore; they merit your ment, jou'll give it gladly. Desirable groove in nicely with items, such your home needs. Back of Every Price Are items that represent every lence; the kind of merchandise you'll naturally prefer, such qualities this store makes utmost importance. Pricing such goods to you far under of their worth what makes this special importance to you. Clothing," Ladies' Jackets ind Overcoats, Ladies' Dress Capes, Hats and Goods and Flannels. y Special Prices Her Health Restored On all You items. not afford to miss them; it's along the line of most economical buying, it will pay you handsomely to keep in close touch with this store through January. CARSON & CO, headaches, neuralgia and that miserable feeling ot unrest, can surely bo cured by Dr. Wiles' Itestoratlve Nervine. Bo certain Is Dr. Miles ot tbls fact tbat all druggists art authorised to refund prlco paid for the first bottle tried, providing tt doe not benefit. Mrs. Henry Ilruns, wife of the veil known blacksmith at drand Junction, Iowa, says: "I was troubled with sleeplessness, nervousness, headache and lrregularmenstruattoni suffering untold misery for years. I used various advertised remedies for female complaints besides being under the care of local physicians, wl.hout help. I noticed In Pr. Miles' advertisement the testimonial ot a lady cured of ailments similar to mine, and I shall never cease to thank that lady, Her testimonial Induced me to use Dr. Miles' Nervine and Nerve and Liver Pills, which restored me to health. I cannot say enough for Dr.Mlles'Kemedles." V Dr. Miles' Itemedles are sold by all drug, gists under a positive guarantee, first bottle benefits or money relttatAMAt funded, Book on dis, Health. eases of the heart and nerves free. Address, DR. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Kikhart, Ind. havo experiTlin It. by those who sleeplessness, Nervousness, enced misery ot sleeplessness can only ba HARTFORD COLLEGE, HARTFORD, KY. AreYous g, P fl Third Term opens Jan. 16,1899. Summer Term opens June 5, '99. Sovon full Easily Tired? J. S. R. Wedding, n.'"' courses of study. Strong Faculty of Ton Toachors. Diplomas acooptod In tho bost Unlvorsltloa. .Nervln: EXPENSES. $ 8.00 Tuition per Term of ten weeks i5-Twenty weeks (In advance) 5.00 Summer Term, five weeks a.oo Board in private families per week Several clubs already orClub board at your own price. ganized. SCOTT'S Bsol'Keiplng.b'tislMss, EMULSION Cod-Iilv- Hypo-phosphit- I E nR Situation. PHONOGRAPHY, .asRk. HP elfgraphj j&cmdry and w Krsjsjs yjyccTniSHUDg Write for Catalogue. T. J. MORTON, Pits. coughs of ovorykind,. and for all eases ef debility, weak narvea and loss of flash. o. tftd Si, 00) ll dngtUts. SCOTT A BQWNB, duiaUtt, Vim Yoik. woak throats, for I fOKNAl.l- A.4roe Shorthorn bull calf, one and oucnhalf years old. Weight 1, 100 lbs. Calt on ot address 2, Waynb pKlWIN & Bro , Hartford, Ky, 26 pye Worlds. For circular of bli f amous and rcipooiltls COMMERCIAL G0LLE6E OF KY. UNIVERSITY GENERAL W.R.SMITH, LEXINGTON, KY., O. M.SHU LTZ.VIciPrei. YIiihTriiMi!iif fe mIhi'i First class work guaranteed. Prices Leave your laundry nt reasonable. the Post Office. Shipped on Tuesday and returns on Thursday, WILLIAMS & CASEBIKR, Agts. Mcll t World ExpoltUa of rraduatat In iwiHlooi. urrutl Uutn. Cour. iDcludHng Ct. ltjtka uJHulm la fmUr, about f A Tul tion, Kefiri to thouoanJi Awarded vrmcsusmTWKmwwsrttTabM i EhorthaDj.TyWntiDp.iDdTclftfrapb.BFMUlLiei, MTTtia Kentucky Unlv.nltf IHploina, UDJtr mI, 1.1 ttt rkr tluliru irev If ifialravi. WatrilatJ afraiiilats)l .,... ....-.- , --,, I" "- AnuroQw. ur4UtiMuccfui. UU0H artlW Itf a Wt B. r4 M, iUrMi' GENERAL WUBUR SMITH. Uiiflftoo.Ky. JVott. ouituui,j JiftfMr Lt9r$uy imNffaaMBCf iw M Mwrl lV nTarMia. .... rfrrr. jrr. ffake THE REPUBLICAN, BaeawjaaBtJBKa9ajaBajagaBWjMa)tt MUgVgSg)HKdroKyHjraM sffKsxKJ5c!&scsJSi: ' Tho I" i p ' t Kind You IInvo Ahvnys nought, nud which has been In uso for over SO years, has homo tho slgnnturo of nud linq been uindo under his per- stt0 jCJ&Jtf?-tf- z' , sonnl supervision slnco its infancy MtvawJ Allow no ono to dccclro you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes nro but Ex- pcrltncnts that trlllo with and endanger tho health of Infants nnd Children Experience against Experiment., 7 What is CASTOR - I A " Onstorln is n sulistltuto for Castor OH, Parcfforlc, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It Is Harmless nnd l'lcnsnnt. It contnlns neither Opium, 3Iorphluo nor other Narcotic substance. Its ngo Is Its guarantee, it destroys Worm and nllnys Fovcrlshncss. It cures Diarrhoea nnd "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething- Troubles, cures Constipation nnd Flatulency. 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THE REPUBLICAN gives you all the local news, political and socil, keeps you in close touch with your neighbors and friends, on the farm and in the village, informs you as to local prices for farm products, the condu tion of crops and prospects for the yeai. nnd is a bright, newsy, welcoast. ndispensible weekly visitor at your home and fireside. Address all orders to tho HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, EEartlOrd., & ARK :E5Ly. HENR'FFZELD SON A- RUNNING - A nice New OMNIBUS will meet all (i n'r si Beaver Dam. ( 1 1 jag HiQe TRANFSER LINE To and from Beaver Dam. paa-- i Feed stable. Leave your order at Field's Stable, corner Market and Union Streets, Hartford. All orders promptly attended to, and all stock entrusted teir care will have especial attention. Vehicle and good piorses guarantees a omlorlaile ftid. They also keep a first- class Livery and - FIU? 0K. rop'rs. f 'A housekeeper living in Pennsdalc, Pennsylvania, . I , had a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very obstinate, but after using about one dozen cartons Ripans Tabules, was greatly benefited, and now only uses them occasionally. I do all I can toward recommending Ripans Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them in the house for future use. Am forty years old. u -- u at El.1.' "V!f,l?S1: It'SW l!..Ke'."A o .r. drutr rt for tb toL " iiUU tTuVlLu (.lllMaf-i-eiiifrt.vubultw) uiVLdl)riiuUlbrDjiwrertriikicnu AM Kw York ot a iturU crUa im ticLMi MUMiullvliiu Gau Air, Ho. It Mruf 'a kiTt bm b&f !m Ii ll4 tj.1 ruidtm. 2" '! ".'"I ) Mr, y unlikntHtwi,u.iMuuuJUluuiiUi.ulwWaS: '"! .fr ies and empires, had for their pre cursors, just such conditions. Our monetary policy is nothing but a FRIDAY JANUARY 6 farce. The result of which will be the An The teal name of the writer should deadening of human sympathy, the Fesaccompany each communication, to Killed practicing of dishonest methods, the Insure publication. HenderRemittances may be made by Post lowering of patriotism and a general Office Money Order, Registered Lets inclination to the actual encourageter, Bank Check or Dtaft. ment of the pi inciples of despotism. Correspondence Intended lor public Perimysitis not generally known cttion or on business connected with the office, to Insure prompt attention, that two per cent ol the people own HlsSlayorWas Arrostod and should be addressed to rim RitPUiM-CAovct sixty per cent of the wealth of Placod In In nil great moral nd the nation His Trial for Murdor. Tiir Republican Is mailed regular- mental righteousness the mnvfes nre ly to its subscribers until a definite xlstl-- g order to discontinue It Is received nnd slow to give up thfir grip nn llti'dotcon Dte 29 At a colored Tlii y er m n'mv t 1e.1l Tin; Ri5 conditions all arrears nre pnid in lull chmen social last night nbout 9:30 runucAN is i per jenr II paid in ad ize the imposMhi ity 11I tvt-- i vance, or within the year, but alter outselves of a forty billion dollar nn o'clock Douglas Marshall nnd lien the time has expired, all arrearages Barret quarreled over a woman and municipal indebtedtlonal, State and are $1.25 per year ness, with a shrinking currency and n as n result Pete Marshall, and uninterested party met his death a color rapidly expanding debt We cannot get any beneficial legis- ed woman received a wound in the The scene of the shooting lation through our present political right arm "niodut opetamh" and we need never wa at Walnut chapel, on the Does Mr. road, adjotning the Will expect any third party sufficiently Know able to relieve the people The Pop- Marshall farm. In the midst of a heated argument ulists should come back to the old patties and use their good Influence. Marshall drew his pistol and fired nt Barret, but the bullet intended for Imperialism May Got to tho Party suptemncy has gained its through cottupt mtthod hint struck Pete Marshall over the First Plaoo in tho Next and the stupidity ol its constitumc) right eye, producing almost iustart Campaign. rather than by the enlightenment death Coroner Reauseati was notified and thereof Patties should be subserviOmaha, Neb., Dec 29. William J. ent to principle rather than the re- on inquest will be held today. The It is measures, irrespective of remains of Marshall were brought to from verse Bryan arrived in Omaha party, we must have Brethren ot all this city. Chicago. He called on friends in the About 1 o'clock this morning Pacity during the morning, and this af parties, allow me to say to you that we are confronted to day with ques-- . trolman Rudy arrested the murderer ternoon left tor Lincoln. home in the lower end of the When asked if be thought the ques tlons so vital that partyism must be at his laid aside for the time being and we city and lodged him in jail. Hon ol "imperialism" would overDouglas Marshall, the murderer, is must vote and work shoulder to shoulshadow the money issue In the cam about 19 years of age. der to prevent the downfall of this pilgn oi 1900, Mr. Bryan said it was difficult at this time to tell what AL WANTED-SEVERWe are face to face with three relation these subjects would bear to persons in this state to of our own future. One of which manage our business in their own and each other then. He thought if con gress would adopt a resolution pledg we must choose ere long, viz' Evo- nearby counties. It is mainly office Salary work at home. Ing this government to keep the Phil- lution, revolution or serfdom. Suc- straightconductedyear and expenses-defin- ite, $900 a cessful revolution is impossible,for we peoippines only as a trust for their bonafide, nor more, no less Monthly $75. References. ple, as we do Cuba, until a stable have no tangible body torevoltagainst, salary stamped envegovernment is established, the ex- therefore we must choose evolution, as Enclose pansion issue would be at an end. It, we cannot accept serfdom nnd in this lope. Herbert E. Hes3, Pres., Dept., U, Chitego. however, the question Is not settled connection let us remember that we have no other America to flee to from la some such way as this, he said, It The message contains on argument the wrath of monarchlal procedure. would continue to be a matter ot disin favor of exempting private properVarious modes of evolutlonizing our ty nt sea from cussion until it was disposed ol and capture In time of war. would, therefore, remain one of the political status have been advocated. It is an idea in keeping with the We know ot but one, however, by modern enlightened issues before the people. spirit and with Potto Rico, Mr. Bryan said which we must proceed in order to re the position of the United States, With the situation could be simplified eas main a fice people under a Republican To Car Coa.tlpatlon lannr. ily. He 'jelleves the people of the form of government. Candy or tso. That is by uniting our forces and If Taia Caiearata curt, Cathartic. lOo money Island should first be permitted to C. C. C fall to druiiliu rafund vote whether they desired annexation voting an amendment to the United Co, IlarKoril A I'.nalllf. to this country, or the formation of States Constitution by which the iniGeneral offices, Hartford, Ky. For tiative and referendum shall be put ia an independent republic. . full force and power, then and not un- Curdsville, Delaware, Ashbysburg, til then, shall the American people Rumsey, Calhoon, Livermore and Hartford, and all intermediate points govern. We have Switzerland for exon Green and Rough rivers, Steamer ample, which has the finest governScioto, leaves Evansvllle every Monment on earth to day. We must have two political parties, day and Thursday at 3 p. m., arrives A Tennessee paper suggests that Mr. Bailey has what a dialect poet but each party should vie with the at Haitlord every Tuesday and Prl calls "a Waterbury intellect." Just other in enacting measures for the day at 3 p m., returning leaves Harts the same he thinks himself a bigger ford Saturdays 930 a.m., Wednei general good of all, and not be conchronometer than Wheeler. tinually throwing mud at the other days 5. a.m. Inutr Irrlmtlon For rates of freight or passage ap party or vaunting the greatest politiIs the forerunnerof consumption. Dr cal qualifications of some demagogue. ply on board, or to Jas. F. Carson, Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure it, and give such strength to the lungs Measures, not men stand in need ot agent, Hartford, Kv. that a cough or a cold will not settle advocation. No measure can ever be there. 25c at all good druggists. enacted into law that will be a direct TWO GIRLS HAVE LEPROSY. Thirteen cases of typhoid fever In a benefit to every one governed by it, New York suburb were traced to one but all measures should be for the Horrlblo Fato Which Has milkman. There are other places greatest good to the greatest number. Bofallon An Ohio than the army where this disease It Is better that a few of the "bosses" should die politically than that our Family. needs vigilant caution. grand republic should perish. COLD VS OXC SAT CHRIS A Wishing The Repubmcan God Two Columbus, Ohio, Dec aS Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- S.jeed, I beg to remain, very sincsrely money if lets. All druggists relund Ohio girls, Hattie Garry, 32 years John A. Nugent. it fails to cure. 25c. The genuine yours, old, and her sister, 12 years of age, has L. B. Q. on each tablet. are slowly dying of leprosy in a remote part of the Perry county hills. GJS. Dr. Charles O Probst, secretary of j9 lr'B KM You Han Klmn Eoupt Biiri tli For Infants and Children. the state board of health, has just in The Kind You Have Always Bought vestigated these cases. He found the girls to be genuine lepers. Hattie, The backwoodsmen wrested expanthe eldest, has the disease In an ad sion from a worse type of savages Signaturo of CjutZJ-OcZh- . vanced stage. Her right hand has than any found In the Philippines. been eaten away bone by bone and It is not worth while to hold up the joint by joint, until now nothing is A I.nwyrr Complimented. Ameribarbarian bugaboo to men oi Jim Webster was being tried for left. Her toes also have begun to can decent. bribing a colored witness, Sam John-sin- g, s'ough away. Not until long, after to testify falsely, relates the De- the red marks had become white, PAY. NO t'URU-N- O scaly patches, did the mpther suspect is the way all druggists sell troit Free Press. That Grove's Tasteless Ohm. Tonic for "You say the defendant oflered you what the trouble was. Then she seMalaria. Chills and Fever. It Is simp-l- $50 to testify in his behalf?" asked creted Hattie and later little Hannah iton and quinine in n tasteless also developed the same symptoms of Sam. loim. Children love it. Adults prefer the lawyer and she too. was kept acloie prisoner "Yes, sah." to bitter nauseating Tonics. Price, it "Now, repe2t what he said, using at the Garry cottage. 50. With the utmost care the mother his exact words." are resuming their Our "He said he would gib me $50 if hid the children from suspicious eyes suits ot white after demonstrating and concealed the disease from the that they are one or the world's great "He didn't speak in the third per- public. fighting machines. The main miss son, did be?" Mrs. Garry, with all the rest ot her sion is peace, but their motto Is read"No, sah; he tuck good care dat dar trouble, bad to struggle to make a iness for war. were no third pusson 'round; dar was triple living, Dr. Probst does not know if she had a pension. Finally only two us two." "I know that, but he spoke to you she could not contend against her ItuKuiilYwHaraANrayj BoujM Bum tW clicurastances longer. Straitened in the first person, didn't he?" SlgMtsn "I was the fust pusson myself, She told her story to the county auof thorities. Now Lexington became a sah." INillllrnl IlToliitlon, I'.IUIc, Etc. You don't understand me. When n town. Then came To Editor Hartford Repucmcan. he was talking to you did he say. 'I doubts of the disease really being lep Dear Sir: There seems to be need of will give you $50?" "No, sah; he didn't say notbin' rosy. arousing the people of this country to But experts were summoned and It 'bout you payln' me 50. Your name a thinking attitude. We are drifting wasn't mentioned, 'ceptin' he told was found to be only too true. Then slowly, but surely, back into a con me ef eber I got into a scrape you was the case was reported to the ttute ditlon, which our forefathrrs fought, de best lawyer in San Antone to fool board of health. The mother, in bled and died to redeem us from. de jedge and de jury In fac', you going with her children to the refuge, was de best iu town to cover up Shall we wait until we hear the agrees not to leave the lines set about " clanking of the chains that are being Por a brief, breathless moment the the place or to mingle with the outformed by despotism? Shall we wait trial was suspended. side world. u ttll the blighting influences of the The township authorities will keep vain, selfish wealth has so lowered ACTIVE SOLICITORS WANTED her tupp led with the necessaries ol for "The Story ot the National character that future atPhilippines" by Murat llalbteud, Hie delivering them near the- house tempts are futile? commissioned by the Government as That surely will be our fate if we Official Historian to the war DepartHaV aW wait on the political parties as they ment The book was written in ntm are camps at San l'rancisco, on the Pci The rich a 'enow conducted. General Mtntt. In the hos. growing richer and the pool are grow fii' with Honolulu, in iiongKong i no dir, nn tasu- pitals at ir vnenyouuiceiioou-jfiiijsuch an alarming exing poorer, to the American trenches t MnniU, n pieces, are not In Itwlta Hood's, l'asy to ttko tent that the very life ol our glorious the insurgents camps with Aguinal This is not do, on the deck of the Olymnia with republic is threatened. roar of a condition that will be accepted by Dewey, and in theBonanza battle at the for agents. fall of Manila. party, as the rank and file of Brimful of original pictures taken by either both parties are a unit in the weal of government photographers on the and taiy to operate, l Iruo o( Hood's Tills, which are prices spot. Large book. Low this nation. respect. Credit up to date In everysure. All W Big profits. Freight paid ' Patty fanaticism must not blind us given. Drop all trashy unofficial war Bate, certain and I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. any longer to the tact that history is books Outfit free. Address, V T. druggists. KM. O. Tho only Tills to take with Hood's Barsaparlua. repenting itself. Barber, Sec'y,, Star Insuranc Bldg., The contraction of currency on one Chicago. 15 16 t It reete with yea whetker yea atuae Ue hand, the increasing need of money .rtun.l.k.Muii.tii, .a. na.ir. anaajjjSB Exports ol manufactures for every .II..MBI.UHIIM.. mr teetere, lvlr II fraTMM on the other; the accumulation of 1, una, urta.e Me bioe, all pre. ..vr. i... . vast wealth in the hands of few, the month this year have broken w.jfia wa . a aL.. I.wueaeiM a ei y . ifloooa hMf enormous spread of want, misery and vious records. At the present rate of Uk.tvli! aerve.vi a wmmr 4JtieurT f rotrn iwei-iaaaai A fl foreign demand for Amer!" drtCUi k paupciisni, abroad in the land, are all increase the Ua,ptUMl,prtUlati.r On ican manufactured articles will soon prssent epochs oi past history. I. It. yaBeUIr titiraMi J boisa.if 08. WCJBiJi itrtvAtt( 14 ar, rV um mmi;, day, CM1 of all republics, monarch reach $1,000,000 a Hartford Republican. THE WRONG MAN. Innocent Spectator at a Negro GRDVES Gonoral Olrootory. Qovernor William O. Bradley. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth Sccrotaryof State Charles Finley. Attomoy General W. 8. Taylor. Treasurer ticulturo STATIt Ol'FICIALS s tival Near son. II. Btono, Geo. W. Long. Commissioner ol Awriculturo, Vudltor-Sntnucl IIor Lucas unci Statistics N. Jall-to-Aw- ait ltetif NOT SO SURE. Bryan not Quite About Silver as an Issue. Marii-sonvil- le , CHILL TUNIC WARRANTED. PRICE I1JU8T AS COOD FOR ADULTS. Uadtola TASTELESS "Mooro. Kiinar'intcndent Public Iustruction- Gco M. DavUou. Itegistcr Land Ofllco Clias. O. Reynold. Insiirftuco Bureau Commiiwioiicr-- D. W. Comingnro. Adjutant General U R Collier. Slnto Librarian MrB. Mary Brown Day. IiAIIJIOAD C01IMI8SI0NKI18. C. Wood, chairman; J. F. Dcmpscy, II. S. Irwin. Secretary Samuel F. Brown. Jno V C0N011K8PIONAL. I 60 cts. rrll (i.ntl.n.ai GROVaa TASTKLI"! C1IIU. TO.NIC UKl hilt il or fco.f hi Ur grots alrtftdr thu rt.r. ! ).rt. Ik Ui lacb buiiD.u. b.T Mnra. vt II nlol.tb.lijT. drug uolt.ri.lMtl.-XmUo.T.noMn Tonic lourttrulr. m jo ABJur.CAKB AO0- - OtLATtl, II LS., NOT. 10, 1M. Co., St. lxuli. Mo. W ol4 lul ye.r, (Y botlUf ot Senators Hon. William C. Lind say, Hon. W. J. Deboc. Keprceentativo Fourth District Hon. D . . Smith. STATE MXHSLATURn. For sale by J. H. Williams Senator Hon. T. G. Turner. Representative Ohio County Hon. R. O. Jnrnagin. OHIO COUNTY. CIRCUIT COURT. Owena-boro. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge HEAD ACHE "Hotll hit ivlrbnud u.lng CAtiCAKbTU mil nraeiriiiiTbea thcr arc lbs best medicine no havo errr liacl In trie home. w my 1th he adarho tor vrlfo waa frantictwoJayi. alia tried nomoof vourCAfcCAHKTS, and tticv rclloTcd tho vatn In her head atmo&l Immediately We lolli recommend Caacireu. ' Ciias. bTincroHD. l'ltUburg Sato & Deposit Co., I'ltuburf, I'a lvecU Hon. Owensboro. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney I.t feat--ure- s CANDY CATHARTIC an RioitTtXD ritaiint, PalatablK, I'oltnl Tall Orxvl TV) Good, Nefer sicken. Weaken, or Orlre.IOcIjc.bw. ... Il.rilaf I S R.r tM.rt rkWr eiV CURE CONSTIPATION. MMtr.kl, a. T.H. ... T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. S A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford. B. D. Riugo, Master Coramissionei Hartford. G. B, Likens, Trmtco Jury Fund Hartford. Hartford S. T. Stevens, Sheriff Deputies J. G. Kcown, T. II. Benton, and R. B.Martin. Court convenes first Monday in March and August and continucathrco weeks, and third Monday in May and November two weeks. county couirr. Jas. P. Miller, Judgo Hartlord. M. 8. Ragland.Clcrk Hartford. M. SIT L, Heavrin.Attornov-Hartfor- d. (a'J U'BAb gltu andrn.mntrrdtr to t!U - alldrng-H- 11. til. Court convenes each month. QUARTERLY first Monday in COURT. HI f7 iH tK'Zlk tw raT jm ri-- i Tg.flSWHKl January, April, July and October. COURT OK Begins on the third Monday in DIM-:--.;- .., tS The Leading Specialists if America 20 YEARS III OHIO. Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after tho secDud Monday in October. OTHER COUNTY CLAIMS. OFFICEIW. 250,090 JUBED. OABTOriTA. WECURE EMISSIONS Kotlilnr can 1k mora ilemoraliilnr to young nr ml Idle ace 1 men than tha pre 1 hey enca of thus "nishtly 1 roilnco wcakntM. ntrroutn.M. a feclinir tllxuit nn'l ft wholo train ot inU'tora. They unfit ft man for Luilocf. luarrlej llfo and foclil hki'iilnoM. ho roatt.r nhelher cau-o.- 1 ky cill haUli in youth. loo." N. Moxloy, Surveyor. G. D. Royal, Assessor. Fon Rogers, School Supt, L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Springs. C. R. Campbell, Poorhouie Keeper, Hartford. JUSTICES' COURTS. aaaj naiurai nninrH ur iviubi ricr.iri.. uur JB New Method 'lrcatment will rviltlTcly cure r m. ' NO CURE-N- O PAY Kctvlf r. r.'ii necl It rip. forlr tliurv or Tt liter mar hvo wnkmcJ y u. 1 nil C Fin silt riftv hatn tilMft(Hf roil ,1 1 J ... ft1 a. niDil trUID lllll UlCIl VUl V.w .IIHU1.4 1 .ion tvti.. fttm .. i..r.a.ti.....l niUcmoj a. xouruaiiOTtfk. an--1 You nre feebla nervous, IrrlUhlo anl ex i becomo forictful, iparoin, ami deipomlenti liMchcii auj fimplrt. face, itooplnt funken eyci, wrlnklr-form an 1 tliwni countenance reveal 250,000 Noting Man CURED lle, hotfM. ciUtilc. the tilifht cf your at JontB. Wilson March5,Junoll, September 3, December 10. February 14, W. A. Rone May 9, August 22, November 14. March Giis. Evans 1, June 3, September 9, December 10. March 30, June En. Marsh: 20, September 23, December, 23. t'lly lllrerlory. V. II. Barnes, Judge. J. S. R. Wedding, Attorney. Sam L. Casebler, Marshal. TOWN TRUSTEES. March 3, tember 1, December 9. C. Allen June 1, Sep- WECUREVARICOCELE No init'rr h vr rcriuui your eata may lip. rr bow lontr nu may have hal It, our r.feV .MKIlIilD 1UEAT.MKNT Kill eure II. The "wormy vtlni" return In thetr normal condition and Lcnro Hit. fAtiial - nrcana receive nroner ..... .;- .: nourl.hI.N . menu 1110 organs iuecoiue liiaiueu, mil unnatural uraini or lof'ra ceaie and maniy rawer return. No temporary benefit, but a rermanen euro nurri. no ori;itA. NO ICKK. NO I'AV. No DITIUN- TION NKl'ltiWAHY. TION FIIOM 111 SINKS. We treat aol OI.KET. i:!Ir-SION- K. TORZA. CURES GUARANTEED ear IMI'orKNCY, S. K. Cox, Ch'm'n. I. A. Thomas, Treasurer. jno. 15. Dean, Sec'y- Geo. Kllen. A. D. White. Preston Morton Post No. 4. G. A. R hold their regular meeting Satur day before the first Sunday in each month in Court Hall at I o'clock p. m. Louis Guentiirr, Com. John C CitAMnrrtLtN, Adjt hYI'IIIM, 3 m liaAfMU.Sr. NAI. J.OrtSKS. lll.AlttlKK ANI Kjli-SKdlieneM. CONrtUIiTATION r'ltKE. IIOOKR VllKH. C1I.UU1KS 1 unable to call, write MODURATK. fnr a oil iflON J1LANIC for JlOME Doat Toento Sell tad Rauat Tear Ur: Away. To Quit tobacco eaally and forever, be mac-nttlfullot lite, nerve and vigor, take the wonder worker, that maita weak man atronf. All druifliu, Wo or II, Cull guaranteed. Ilooklet and (ample free. Addreai Rtarllne Remedy Co., Chicago or New York. KennedyTKergan 122 W. FOURTH ST., CINCINNATI, O. IVrB yM tT-.T- J 1 elC32IS :S UccomminJi lzJ grv JiviMiirmimrritrrrrYiiiliiiimrriittf ts CTNLIati kr.LIAULE5 AKTI3TIC-- . :; fhtv Aiaie I'liaic v -- Hxiimiktn Jb Leedlnz 7 5 S 5 j y AITection A Locai. Disease A Climatic CATARRH war-ship- s I" Nothing but a lo cal remedy oi change of climate will cure it. Gel a wcll-kno- ifim bazar, laajjll irinilji'lMlilliJIi itti.i i i in, ta i.ac eikelr ., fll'lii J,. .i kti ,t., a,4 i.i e.'u linii'ii;iinil.il S ? tiff 9fli J "M"""' ' iaatm.Bi.aaaia..aw.m NONE BEIIER AT A.NV PRICE ;E .; s i OAflTOIlIA. panic-stricke- CoLD 'N HEAD sorbed. Gives Keliei at once. Opens and cleanses the Nasal Passages. Allays Inflammation. Ileales and Protects the Membrane. Restores the Senses of Taste nnd Smell. No CoNo Injurious caine, No Mercury, drug. Full Size 50c: Trial Size 10c. at Druggists or by mail. KLY HROS , 5G Warren St., N. Y Wanted-- An remedy, t'renui llnlm qu,cMv pharmaceutical TT A i:i' - THE McCUL COMPANY, g l38loU6W Ulhitnit, NiaYtrkSJ '.. :J .; ioji iSoFlflhAte Chlteo. and Market 41., fan FmdcIico. $ MS CALL'S S3b MAGAZENE xl 1,1 y Idea Protect your Idaajj tbey may brtoj; you wealth. CO fatent Mlot. Write JOHN WJCUnCUUUnN e;a, Waatiloiton, D. J., for their al.Buu prUo oaw and mt of two Juuidrad inreDtlona wanted. gS AND WE Cgn'iiM Bfftuifu Colvtl p atti iiijitrkiri La fit Ptticrot. l .s 3 -jn. Tsart Wtrt lil Attu rtttf"'j iiti I ( Hint in j, I'- Blftlttfil IM1UI1 11 C 'If J nit p witk Wrtti tti iifi nn, ''U't."' 0c pi uf. 3: zC t s IjSlouaW l4lh SI , Nm Vork ; TiV.W.Vftff.W) '.' ' MA'MV V " ' ' " ' WHS tiimi THEMcCALL CO., res-kel- lty SEND US YILi. SEND YOU Coon OHM QAU-O- N $2 LOUISVIU is 50 PINB wo unpe III Hollow COON HOLLOW WHISKEY Absolutely pure. Quality guaranteed. (ittcoaroaAtaiij Secwrery packed In plain box. Hood's Q! IM ac ttUWIVVJ VVrlflCGV SIMON N.JONES CO. SECOND AND MAIN STREETS. 3PTJ3F113 pure and ia good (or all occasion.. w3E3CljSI3LTir. absolutely Our W. G. Hickman Nelson Cornty Hour Mash Whlaky ... ! nl"1 eat-- rues-ef- r virz trut tnismwi' Tr. sVTNti-- 5 YenrOld pergalloi $200, (5 Year Old 2 fiO per irallon , 8 Yo.r Odncr gallon 3 00 10 Year Old per gallou 00 14 Year Old per gallon 00 , 10 Year Old per gallon 0 00 No chargo fnr juqs Hnxed it" neslrrd free Full Hue Imported and California SViurs. Bole agent Dr. Douyenir Duclin Giu, a cure for all Kid-m- y troublos; price $1,00 a quart. i tt ROSENBAUN BROS., " aWSWKa.B.T,.Rrur. Writo for catalogue or when m'lbe City: "'I to soe us.