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TIB EKOLBfCB W STIUT WPMS U due not only to the originality and simplicity of the combination, but alao to tho Mr and skill with which It Is manufactured by eclentlflo processes known to ths OAurosxtx Flo Smut Co. only, and we wlah to Impress upoa all the lrnportanoe of purchasing; the trne end original remedy. Ae the genuine Byrnp of Tig la manufactured by the Oauromui. Via Stbup Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will edit one In avoiding- - the worthiest Imltatlona manufactured by other per tlei. The high aUndlng of the Call-roai- HMTFORli KEPUBLICAN. OFFICIAL OR.Atf OF TEE PARTY IH THE FOOjill C0HKIHWA1D1HI1CI. HiinTFORD, Ky,, Wil practice his prolceeion in Ohio aad adjoining eounties. Special attention given to all busineei entxasWd to Us oars. OfBoe ia RapUBUOAit building. Attorney at Law, J.B. VIOKEHB, HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY LlfE-S- I JANUARY 13, 1899. Text No. 25. Attorney at Law Beavkb Dam, Kt. uing in force, and to be administered by the ordinary tribunals so far as practicable. The operations of civil and municipal government are to be performed by such officers as may accept the supremacy of the United States by taking the oath of allegiance, or by officers chosen as tar as may be practicable from the Inhabitants of the islands. "While the control ol all the pub-li- e property and the revenues of the States passes with the cession, and while the use and management of all public means of transportation are necessarily reserved to the authority of the United States, private property, whether belonging to individuals or corporations, it is to be respected except for cause duly established.'mThe . .. . taxes and duties heretofore payable by the inhabitants to the late Government become payable to the autoris ties of the United States unless It be seen fit to substitute for them other reasonable rates or modes of contribution to the expenses ot government, whether general or local. If private property be taken for military use, it shall be paid for when possible In cash at a fair valuation, and when payment in cash is not practicable receipts arc to be given. All ports and places in the Philippine islands in the actual possession of the land and naval forces of the United States will ' be opened to the commerce of all friendly nations. All goods and wares, not prohibited lor military reasons by due announcement of the military authority will be admitted upon payment of such duties and oth er charges as shall be In force at the time of their Importation, "Finally, it should be the earnest and paramount aim ot the military administration to win the confidence, respect and affection of the inhabitants of the Philippines by assuring to them in every possible way that lull measure of individual rights and liberties which is the heritage of free peoples and by proving to them that the mission of the United States is one of benevolent assimilation, sub stltutlng the mild sway of justice and right lor arbitrary rule. In the fulfilment ot thfs high mission, supporting the temperate administration ot affairs for the greatest good of the governed, there must be sedulously maintained the strong arm of authority, to repress disturbance and to jovereemc.all .obstacles to the bestowal i 01 me Diesstngs 01 goou nmr.Mn. government upon the people of the ' Philippine islands under the free flag of the United States. William M'Kinlky. "H.C. Corbin, Adjutant General, "Acknowledge receipt." Lung- - Porry Wosterfleld, u. cal profession, end the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes the name of the Company a guaranty of the excellence of Its remedy. It is far la adranoe of all other laxatives, as It acts on the kidneys, liver end bowels without Irritating or weakea-ta- g them, and It does sot gripe nor nauseate. In order to gttlts beneficial effects, pleas remember the same of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. saw Fio Hrntir Co. with the medi- mchtiulh, rsuxciaoa, a. . inr yeas, x. t. - rMMMaaMMWMMWWWWWWMHfeWe) CHEWED $300,000,009, Test's wkst It cettAmtrles its' year te keep alive a disease that Is making itrena men weak, and weak men dead! Figures tppalllngT Yes, bullhe Bnin. j ciil tots don't compiro with tie less i n of vital power. Tho ever present vet. twitching mould, with restless moving feet and tobacco tainted tun tells the story. Don't ro u think Its time to oull cult culck gull naturally i J Mlnt NOTO-BAC- . affile regulates tobacco using. In eaPr a few ears ill desire Is gone, tour appetite Is better, your blood Is purified, your nerves grow strong. It to truly r. And then, you run no a unrisk, lor you can buy NOTO-BA- C der your own DRUGGIST'S GUARANTEE. firerr druggist Is authoritrd to sell under absolute guarantee to cure every form of tobacco ualng. Oar wrlttoo guarantee, f ree sample of f and booklet called "JAm'tl Tobacco Spit and timoke Your life ft Away." mailed for tho asking. Aa r013 A1IT. Dir.Ul.lllU Montreal. Csn . Now York. TO Ohlragn, iirIiI CA8CftREl5eooeupauoa, OoliK attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. Will practice bis profession ia all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ol Appeals. Special atten- M. L. HEAVRIN, tion given to collections. J. S.R. Wedding, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, (notary ruDLic) ties and the Court of Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business entrust-t- o his care. HARTFORD,- - - KENTUCKY. Will practice his profession in all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining coun- J. E. Davidson, Attorney at Law, IIlKTPORD, Kt., Wilt practice bis profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Office with County Attorney. d JC&W, Attorney atKY. HARTFORD, Will praotlce his profession in all the Courts of Kentucky. Special attention given to collections, settle mentor decedent's estates, road cases Office up and criminal practice stairs next door to Griffin 'adrug store. 3Ea X. ii JXTBs A T t. Attorney at clvs HARTFOKD, KY. given to SPECIAL attention abstracts, making col Ac. also Notary Public for Ohio County. Office North side of public square. JNO. B. WILSON, Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Co., Market Street. Attorney at Iaw Haktfoud, Ky. R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in ai the courts of Ohio nnd adjoining counties. Also Notary Public Office, in Commercial Hotel. It. It. WEDDING Hartford, Kt. Will practice his prolession In all tb courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a Co business entrusted to his care. lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank, Also Notary Publls. Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. A, e.SAYlOffc. Attorney JC&vs .,' IliltTfORD, Kt. (special attention given to all buiinna entrusted to his care. Office iu Coast, House, at was a merry one, All ot the hotels and restaurants had chicken, ducks and turkey on their bill ol fare, and Groat Discovory of Gold all.of the stores, banks and govern ment offices closed for the day. It on Steamboat Creek. was a far different Thanksgiving from the previous one, for then bacon.beans Rush From Dawson Claims and moose meat were the dishes for the fortunate. Stakod by Candlollght Gold In Abundanoo. Tho Beat rreacrlatlasi for Chills and Fever la a bottle of Grove's Taat-les- s Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; Seattle, Wash., Jan. 9. Steamers with worthless are in from Alaska with twenty min then why experiment imitations? Price, 50c. ers, just out from Dawson City. They Vlrenmstnnee Alter Cases. bring: advices to December 1, ten days I.ady (excitedly) "Have you filed later than any other so far received. The party had a severe trip out, with my application for a divorce yet?" Lawyer "No, madam; but lam at very cold weather and troublesome open water. Five hundred excited work on the papers now." Lady "Thank fortune, I am not men stampeded up the Yukon River evN from Dawson on November a8, bound too late. Destroy all papers and dence at once, please." . for a startling new discovery on Steam Lawyer' 'A reconciliation has been boat Creek. The weather was cold and many frozen feet and hands re- brought about between you and your sulted from the mad rush after claims. husband, I infer?" Lady "Gracious, not He was run The discovery on Steamboat Creek over and killed by a freight train this was made by the Captain of the river steamer Terrell, and the engineer of morning, and I want to retain you in the same vessel brought the news to my suit against the company for damDawson. The captain made his find ages." Chicago News. eight miles back from the Yukon, and IM.Y. NO UIK-il- O had taken out a number of pans averThat Is the way all druggists sell aging over $1. Grove's Tasteless Chili. Tonic for The officers of several other vessels Malaria, Chills and Fever. It is simplying for the winter in the slough ly iron and quinine In a tasteless lotm. Children love it. Adults prefer also located good claims. The Terrell It to bitter, nauseating Tonics Price, is owned by the British American Transportation Company, and the en SEVERAL glneer brought the news to their WANTED persons in this state to headquarters at Dawson. Great sec- manage our business in their own and ASK FOR NONE It is mainly office4 recy was used, but, of course, the nearby counties. balary fact of the ne w discovery leaked out, work conducted at home, straight (900 a year and expenses-defi- nite, and soon all who could get away were bonafide, nor more, no less They Wouldn't be Refusbig crowd that salary Monthly $75. in the vanguard of the References. ed by Confederates. stamped envearrived. Men worked all night by Enclose Gold seemed lope. Herbert E. Hess, Pres., Dept., candles staking claims. M, Chicago. to be found everywhere that the bedSoutherners RojolcoThat tho rock could be reached through the Dcantr Is Blood Deep. Country Is Ruled by So Clean blood means a clean skin. No snow and gravel. besutr without it. Caicarets, Candy Cathat-ti- e Broad Mlndod a Man. The unknown headwaters of the clean your blood snd keep it clean, b) up tbs iszy liver and drinng an im Klondike River have been partially timnf Irom the tody, vegin loaty to purities Middlesboro, Ky., Jan. 9 At a prospected As was expected, new biniih pimples, boils, blotclui, blackhead. sna inn bickij uuiou. cuuijiiexiun uy ibkhik meeting of the Henry M. Ashby Bicreeks have been located and good pay Caicsrett, beauty for ten cents. All satisfaction guaranteed, 10c, 25c, 50c. vouac of Confederate Veterans, the dirt found. following resolutions were unanimousJohn Burke, of the Gteen Tree saCo. llarlloril AEvansvilla Packet ly adopted: loon at Dawson, led the first party to General offices, Hartford, Ky. For First That we extend our heartfelt the headwaters of the stream. They Curdsvllle, Delaware, Ashbysburg, thanks to our president, Hon.Wllllam, prospected the territory adjacent to Rumsey, Calhoon, Llvermore and the rich river for 150 miles, and after Hartford, and all Intermediate points McKinley, for his noble and patriotic twelve days steady traveling got welt on Green and Rough rivers, Steamer wotds uttered in his speeches at Atup toward the headwaters. They Scioto, leaves Evansvllle every Mon- lanta and other points during his reprospected for four weeks, spending day and Thursday at 3 p. m., arrives cent tour of the south. Second That this Bivouac pledges tsoet of the time on two creeks that at Hartford every Tuesday and Fri- reset down on the maps. In all 'day at 3 returning Jive Jlsrt ltaJiertyAtipport.tn.htraxitLalljnea. they tank twelve holes. They refuse ford Saturdays 9:30 a.m., Wednes-- ures that took to the upbuilding of the country and the honor of the old to say just what they got, but are pre- days 5. sum. paring to return. They report plenty passage ap flag. For rates of freight or Third That we are In no sense ap of game on the headwaters of the riv- ply on board, or to Jas. F. Carson, plicants for pensions; that we believe er. On their return they passed sevenKy. agent, Hartford, ty-five the manhood of the south can be best men bound up in search of Bis Cattle Male In Warren. maintained by not being put on the caribou and moose. There are many Messrs. C. W. Porter and Chas. B. pension rolls. met on the upper river, all of whom Cablnp have Smith made a big sale of cattle to J. Fourth But If the people of the have good prospects. built as far as I jo miles from W. Bales, o' Richmond, Ky., yester- north should become magnanimous been says the Park City enough to put our poor on the pension Dawson. Fierce bands of wolves are day afternoon, avpay roll, we see no reason why we roving over the interior tablelands. Times. They sold 129 head that eraged 1,400 pounds. For this numshould not accept. So far they have not attacked any of ber ot cattte they received a check for Filth-- We rejoice that our common the miners. were shipped country Is ruled by d a man so There are a frightfu1 number of cas- $8,55. These cattle and patriotic as William McThe direct to New York City and billed es of destitution at Dawson. from there to Liverpool. This is one Kinley. We also rejoice that the south mounted police are said to be considering sending a number of Dawson of the largest and nicest lots of cattle took such an active part In the late county Spanish war and we take especial poor out to Skaguay over the Ice. that was ever shipped for this to England. They will be given a guard of policepride In Joe Wheeler and Fltzhugh m . o. men with the route, Lee. and provided with government dog X O UsV Ml? tos 3R.Km Jk. . sleds and supplies. One of the reYw yttlhs Unji tetfst Xtaniaa .. cently opened tributaries of Forty llfistu Mile creek is Eagle creek,whlch flows f Don't be afraid to speak out loud ; Into Mosquito Fork, four miles above the world is too busy to listen to Dentsi ol tt Centenarian. Chicken. As high as $4 to the pan whispers. Shelbyvllle, Ky.Jan, 9 John Hef . , has been taken out there. It Is estiferman, the oldest resident ot this A Negro Shot From Ambush, mated that 3,000 men are at work on Russellvllle, Ky., Jan. 7 Newsol a county, died yesterday as the result of Forty Mile creek and it tributaries. week from la grippe. Thanksgiving at Dawson last year shocking tragedy reached Russellvllle an illness of one He was 101 years old from the neighborhood of Keys-burm about twenty miles lrom here in Laas; Irritation Is the forerunnerof consumption. Dr the southeastern part ol the county. Charles Pickering, of Keysburg.was Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure it, phot and killed from ambush as he snd give such strength to the lungs (hat a cough or a cold will not settle was driving home with a woman last there, 25c at all good druggists. a evening. This was all that could be of Weat learned lor several bouts, as there is Ben. W. A. MaeCorkle, To del 1'rlse Money. Virginia, adds bis nam to th. long llet Washlngtou, Jan. 9 Auditor Mor no telephone or telegraph communie of SUt.sm.11 benefited as s ca- cation with the town where the kllW rls, for the Navy Department, has IsheartUy recommends sued certificates for pflte money to tarrh remedy and tonic ing occurred. the Capt. Slgsbee and all the crew of the It was at first supposed that St. Paul engaged In the capture ot the victim was Charles Pickering, a prom of British ship Restormel, the cargo ot inent and wealthy white larmer which thtt neighborhood. Late this even Sigsbee brought over $13,000. Capt. receive $976 88. The next Ing it was learned that the dead man Is a young negro of the same name, largest sums go to the paymaster and one ot the leading men of his race In chaplain. They get $79 each. The gunner's mate receive $10 and the that section, and very well to do. killing, sailors between $4 and $5 each. The circumstances ot the however, were correctly stated in the flremt Opening1 lor Cubans. Probably the world could be searchfirst instance. Tnere is now clew to the murderer, ed over without finding a spot with but the officers are at work on thr more opportunities opes to the natives cise to day The ouly motive that than Cuba presents at this time. The can be conjectured is that some one Cubans are on the ground, they speak Bon. W. A. MacComxb, was jealous of Pickering's attention! the language, they know the customs l West VUfUU. to the young woman, and touk that ol the country, and they are acclimat9, 188. CaiaLXiTO. W. Vs., March Picks ed. They live in a land ol exhaust-le- ss method of aquannt; accounts a Mtdicmt C Ctlumtut, O. fertility, where frost never comes as s erlng was not known to have bad any Gihthmkw: Your tonlo, U certainly unexcelled, and in a enemies. and one crop succeeds another In an number of eases that have come under Industry has long endless round. my observation wbtre It has beta used His; DejHeil lor Npula. Is for catarrh, or any disease which has expenses ol government for been prostrated The rebeund now The its origin la that malady, . tt has bean at hand, Looking In any direction, hes my 1898, It is announced, were 1,100,000,-60- 0 of treat benefit Faru-naathearty recommendation, both as a tonlo pesetas ($220,000,000), of which the Cuban can see work that needs resaedy. aad catarrh tention. A countless number of farms W. A. MxcCORKLH 600,000,000 pesetas ($ 1 20,000,000) was desolated by armies need to be restorIs a permanent and aelen-tlfl- e ptld In Interest on the national debt ed and Improved. In the towns and cure for catarrh. It Is purely The deficit for the year amounts to villages that have been running down veg etable aad works la harmony with 300,000,000 pesetas ($60,000,000). for years the sound ol the mechanic's nature. AUdruggtUrMllt. To Care Coaitlpolloa Vorst.r. hammer should again be lively. The Ask any druggist fori a re Fe-rCathartic. lOoorSSa, TaksOucsreU Candr It C. U. C. fall to eurs, druiiLUi rstund raonsy. whole Island demands an active sani na Almanac for I tag. m KLONDIKE. tary campajgn. Railroads are In poqr condition, and other roads that.ahonld have been built centuries ago must BY ELLIS MINSK HAGOAtD. now be planned. A boom of constructive business ought to prevail in Cuba Life's road is rough and dark and steep throughout Its whole length, And endless seems jihe way Under such circumstances the CuTo yon far heights amid the stars, ban politician may well take a back Where reigns eternal day. seat. The first Imperative need is to set in motion the wheels of industry. In tugged ways, oppressed by care, Cuban newspapers should give far Bowed down by year and pain, more space to business topics, to the We are decreed to walk alone, occupations of the people. Heretofore Harrassed by sorrow's chain. they have dealt almost exclusively Yet. rail thee not, oh weary heart, with political aflalrs. While it is true Each life is froughtjwlth care, that only a third of the inhabitants ot each some grief must stray And into Cuba can read, the number will rapidTo ever linger there ly increase ; and when the matter Your lot is but the lot of all, printed Is of interest to them they Your burdens none the worse will doubtless hear of it In some way. Than'many others dailyibear The fervid style of the Havana edi Without reproach o'itfirsei ' torial should pass away with the Spanish flag. It Is not worth while Then murmur not, but others help to tear passion to tattera every day in While yet you can and. may; the year. The military representee Their burdens will the lesser grow, tives of the United States will put And brighter seem your way. Cuba in good shape, and there will be Deal gently with the erring, lost, no unnecessary delayabout it.for that Their sinful deeds forgive; Is not the American fashion. By And point the true and happy way placing business above politics at this A noble life to live, time the Cubans can help their mate rial affairs and also hasten the arrival How sweet, how blest, Is eventide of a stable government of their own life, t When ends a The heart is filled with deep content, choice. And healed are scars of strife. CCBK A COLD IN ORE BAT No galling thoughts of duties shirked, Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists relund money if Ot labors left undone, it fails to cure. 25c. The genuine cloud Will mar the peace and darkly has L. B. Q. on each tablet. The setting ot life's sun. B8AB. well-spen- PHILIPPINES. Of the Proclamation. Sovereignty of tho Unltod Statos will bo Absoluto- Proporty Rospoctod. The following ts the text of the Instructions sent to Maj, Gen. Otis to be proclaimed to the Pilipinos as expressive ofVhe purposes of the United States with respect to them: Adjt. General's Office, Washington, January 7, 1899. Gen, Otis, Manila: By direction of the Secretary ol War I have the honor to transmit herewith instructions of the President relative to the administration of ah fairs In the Philippine islands: "Executive Mansion, Washington, Jan. 5, 1899 To the Secretary ol War, Sir: The destruction ot the Spanish fleet in the harbor ot Manila by the United States naval squadron, commanded by Rear Admiral Dewey, followed by the reduction ol the citj and the surrender of the Spanish forces, practically effected the conquest ol the Philippine Islands and the suspension of Spanish soverelgnt therein. "With the signature ol the treaty of peace between the United States and Spain by their respective plenipotentiaries at Paris on the 10th Inst., and as the result of the victories of American arms, the future control,, disposition and government of the Philippine islands are ceded to the United States. In fulfillment of the rights of sovereignty thus acquired and the responsible obligations ,ol government thus assured the actual occupation and administration of the entire group of the Philippine island becomes Immediately necessary, and drug-flit- That God has his answers ready when his needy people cry to him. 2. That they whom God protects can look with scorn upon all evil doers, not fearing any injury. f. That God so Identifies himself with his people that insult to them is insult to him. 4. That they who keep In harmony with God will get protection from God. 5. That the history of any Christian life has material In it to show God's providential care, even as the three harvests became a sign that God made a true promise. 6. That the purposes of God can never be uprooted, and that the people of God are indestructible. 7. That It was a tlmeof great trouble and distress that brought the people into their highest conception of God. 8. That God Is over the affairs of the nations of the earth and working out higher purposes than.,they are 1. ware-er- r Trains To Emphasise. - 9. That God's deliverances are always at a time when they do the most good. 10. That the wicked are slain with their own weapons. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund money if it falls to cure. 25c. The genuine has L B. Q. on each tablet ST. S. Inlantry Ordered la Manila. Chicago, Jan. 9. Telegraphic instructions were received hereto-dafrom Secretary Alger giving final orders for the movement ot the Fourth United States Infantry to Manila The 1,300 men and officers will leaye Fort Sheridan on three special trains Jan uary 13. It will take three Pullman cars, 27 tourist sleepers at.d 30 baggage cars to carry the men and equipment east. The regiment will reach New York January 15 and sail that .vening for Manila on the transport Mohawk, by way of the Suez canal. ccbk a cei.s in ens bat 4th y broad-minde- OAVORIA. O O.OVJB.VOSIX.A.. Hneliljr Harried. m to-d- Gov. MacCorkle's Endorsement byJe-ra-na-Usi All previous Indiana marriage records were eclipsed this week when Wm. Owens made application at An derson, for a license to wed a woman who had already undergone twelve matrimonial experiences, and who Is still comely and attractive, in spite of her fifty years. Mr, Owens was not humiliated in the least by her remarkable record as "a marrying woman," the military government heretofore maintained by the United States in the city, harbor and bay of Manila h to be extended with all possible dispatch to the whole of the ceded territory. "In performing this duty, the military commander of the United States is enjoined to make known to the inhabitants of the Philippine Islands that, in succeeding to the sovereignty of Spain, In serving the former political relations of the Inhabitants and power.. a the authority of the United States to be exerted for the security of the persons and property of the people ol the islands and for the confirmation of all their private rights and relations. "It will be the duty of the of the forces of occupation to 'announce and proclamation In the most public manner that we come, not as Invaders orconquerois, but as friends, to protect the natives in their homes, in their employments and in their personal and religious rights. "All persons who, either by active aid or by honest submission, with the Government of the United States to give effect to these beneficent purposes will receive there-wa- rd of Its support nnd protection. All others wil) be brought within the lawful rule we have assumed, with firmness If need be, but without so far as may be possible. "Within the absolute domain ot military authority which necessarily is and must remain supreme In the ceded territory until the legislation of the United States shall otherwise provide, the municipal laws of the territory, in respect to private rights and propei ty and the repression of crime, are to be considered as contin new-politic- j - com-maud- is the forerunner to consumption. will cuie Dr. Bell's Irritation it, and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there. Twenty five cenf.iat all Rood druggists. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. ACTIVE Philippines" SOLICITORS WANTED for "The Story of the commissioned by the Government as Official Historian to the War Department. The book was written in army camps at San Francisco, on the Paci fic with General Menu, in tne nospitr als at Honolulu, in Hong Kong, ia the American trenches at Manila, In. the insurgent camps with Agulnaldo, on the deck of the Olypla with Dew. ey, and in the roar of battle at the fall of Manila. Bonanza for agents. Brimful of original pictures taken by government photographers on the spot. Large book. Low prices. Big profits. Fteight paid. Credit given. Drop all trashy unofficial war books. Outfit free. Address, F. T. Barber, Sec'y., Star Insurance Bldg., Chicago, 15 16 t. bv Murat Halstead, S. S. S. Cures It Matters Not How Obstinate, or What Other Remedies Have Failed. Obstinate sores and ulcers, which refuse to heal under ordinary treat ment, soon Docome onronio ana and lead to conditions most serious. They are eauscd In different ways, but In every ease the blood Is involved, and no amount of local treat ment ean have any enect. rite poison must be eliminated from the blood before a eure ean be had. aeep-seate- d, and willingly undertook the dangers and responaibl'lties of being No. 13. Four of this woman's husbands died. From the others she was divorced. She Is six weddings ahead of the nearest competitor in this matrimonial line in theHooslerSlate,yetsheseeras to think her performance nothing unusual, Cannelton Telephone. Work of the TJnlTersltr at tkleaeo. Sir Robert Ball, one or the leading English astronomers, Is giving a se ries of lectures at the Royal Institution to which all London flocks. Yesterday the hall was lull to the doors. Dr, Ball devoted a great portion of bis lecture to a description of the University of Chicago observatory, at Lake Ge neva, Wis., which, be said, possessed the grandest astroftqmlcal equipment In the world. He described the magnificent buildings, said the dome was Sores and Ulcers "Sums rears ago I was shot In tbs tad Its receiving wbat I considered only a slight wouna. it uereiopeu Into a running sore and gave me a great deal ot pain snd Inconvenience I was treated by many doctors snd took a number ot blood remedies, bit none did me any good and did not seem to check tha progress ot the sore. I haf heard Swift's (S. 8. 8 ) highly recommended for the blood, and concluded to .( I. ..1.1 sml tliA result was very gratify 1 Ing. 8. 8. S. seemed u ' gal right st the trouble. sna xorcea ine poiaoa out of ray bloods soon stterwsrds the sore healed up and was cuitd sound and well. I am sure S.8,8. Is by far the beat blood remedy made." WmMiM ii'vfn fflm&i deep-seate- Kt-O- ft-ru-n- Pe-ru-- B a. i the largest ever attempted and referr. ed st length to the huge object glass, The audience applauded vigorously his further references to the progress ot, astronomical science and to the debt the world owed to the University of Chicago for its researches. EJarals 100, Tour lloM-.l- t Willi Casearets. Csnd) Cathartic, cur. coniilpatloa forsv.r. Ho. HO. 0.0 tall, drujiliu relund owner, d will eure the moat obstinate, sore or ulcer. It Is useless to loexpect local treatment of salves, tions, etc., to effect a cure, because they can not reach the real cause of the trouble, which is the blood. 8. S. S. iaTarttr.aad bar-ru- drires out every trace of Impurity In dUnruitnr. bar. the blood and in this way cures perSba was than placsd un manently tho worst eases. It Is the ci r Ins sars or m, rao-nliv ol a only blood remedy guaranteed Ihoapltal, but sran tha llr.atm.nl aha raalrad f'sBaJsasPTSr-QBS, tasra fallad to arrait tbs l Itarrtbls sors. Xaadlna or lb snsii snrsa or and contains not a particle of potash, blood Iroobta aflsatad mineral, 3. 8. S. bTa.S.S.wsdsetdadto mercury, or other Scrofrrr It, aad II rslUrad bar promptl. In a law cures Contagious Blood Poison, Rheu- saoalbsabs was saUraly ssrsd. snd aoarc.lr ula, Canoer, Catarrh, Eczema, a mark now rsmslas wbara tbs diaaaat bald M.f.M S3tmm ITI..M Itrtlla np anv hit iwaj." other bood trouble. Valuable books on these diseases will be mailed free A QUNBHOT WOUND. to any address, by the Swift Bpeclflo Cast. I, B. MoBiajar, tb el. Oompsny, Atlanta, Georgia. " ) sUltf, f tewrtnti Var, Ki B 1 THROWN FROH A HORSI. ,. W VhWib a. UtJ.a Va.aaa , hit... ..MUH. W, MHI.WH. "About thr. rssrs ss o njr fraadtUaiaUr ,ia. JUf lbs Whllwaod, was inrowa Iron a corn, a wound ot ths seals. Thouiti nndtr Iks IruUn.Blot phrsttlaaa rorMTsral nuxithi, las wonna rsaaslasd akoul thssams.unUI It laallr sooama Trr snirT'looilni, snd brots obi into rasnins sors. Tali soao sonsd to otasr parts orlhs scalp and ran down lbs lids ot ths naaa Jaeraas-IsglMm It matters not how they are acquired or what treatment has failed, B. S. S. Purely Vegetable -- '".I l I 10 .Ht'.r ...a-- . - 'a."' laL J aJll JMska wbilo sovereign voters must sacriGco their tiifliagr to OoehelVluM fur piw-rThe Nepuhlicnn party can give lnncil rrlilny lij (OMPINV its burner into the hai ils ol Taylor, I'I'ltl.lStI I Incorporated. Yerkes or Uelknap mid w ill United truces behind him make an easy march I FON RoGRRS, to ictory. But thus? republicans Jno II iiiovu Jmtohs whose, senseless inireU have luU tho Stato to tho Democrats in recent Offlco on Fox Stroot. elections must sLenlbe their swords or bo Bent to tho rear. It uuy ReSubscription, $1 por yoar In ndvnnco publican sets his petty grievances abovo bU patty's iuttrtsuj bet him Entered at the post-offiat H.uttntd aside. Let the young Republicans as sicond class mail mnlUr, of the Stato, who Kve charac ters to mould and fortui.rs tn build, PRIDAV, JVNUARY 13 turn out 1 the convrtitioi a and place the Republican bnuuer iu the hands Mill ItF.I'llKSIIXT.VrM i:. of whom they will ai l wc are with . We Rieauthui z:d tonnnounct.-IIonR. C. Jarnigiu, if D.uvtt U..ui, us a them on to victri. candidate I A the nomination for Ki-ret entatU e, sul to the f c'.lon ol the Tin: United ij.ittd will not hasten Republican pirtv. to burn its mifulrrs nt Manila until EETRLfiLNTAllVi! DlNHLEY, aUlll r Aguinaldo and hid followers lay down Aguinaldo, I he fiery oi tho D ngley tarifi law, is danger- their armf. r, 1 ce 1 p j-- ct Hartford Republican. Thoughts by tho Waysldo. Seeing tho miserable condition of somo of tbo streets and sidowalks, I am constrained to say a few words about same, and offer a few suggestions to our city fathers, whether they agrco with me or not. Hartford is ordinarily a beautiful little city, possessing tho best peoplo in the State, and energetic business men, with the highest ambition to make this an ideal town, nnd givo it tho appearance of n real city, but it is sad to thinK'that our ambitious young business men have to bo handicapped by the prevailing condition of things as they exist hero at present. Wnko up, city dads, and givo us somo better streets, and tho peoplo will nso up and call ye blessed. wide-awak- e been for years to find and navigate the political currents. lie has attained wealth and power Ly mastering Borloul Caso of Internal Ulcerated that business Plloa Curod by Hood's Snrsapa-rllla-AbHence when Cap'n Croker announcto Work for tho First bridge- that 16 to t trade es from the Tlmo In Four Years. winds are no longer blowing It can "My huiband was taken with severe be set down ns certain that he Is not Internal ulcerated piles. He was onco apactuated by sentiment, but is dealing parently cured but the old troublo come very with conditions as he finds them. back as bad aas ever. Ho become other weak. Atter while he gave up all The Cap'n isnnxious to sail Into pott, medicines and began taking Hood's but he is too aid a mariner to set his Tula medicine did him wonsails for a dead calm, and he ia pretty derful good. In about tw months he apt to be scudding along before any was alilo to walk out In the the yard. Whoa he had taken seven bottle be wai wind that blows. ablo to 1 Ida out every day and work a That Is why in the same breath little and he had gained 40 pounds In is dead weight, no Is now about as well as he that he announces that silver on his at his weather eye lights up as he sees ever was and has been hto work wheat,farm. own this Iist tall he sowed ho bad done tor four being tbe flrit work quarhis rigging stirred from another years. I think Hood's 8anaparllla tbe ter, marked on his chart as Expan- meet wonderful medicine In the world." N0I.1A. ii. HEAD, ueauviue, nemacxy. sion." Courier J surnal. Severe buffering RENFROW BROTHERS' lo MAMM6TH - STORE, k ffi.pTcijteyjafBriSl..r k' - 'J declines to surrender to uny Norm mi remains of Spain in the f m ign power, and it looks; very much continent she unco dm tied except rub-bi- ih like Urclo Sam will have to reverely in the bottom ol iliu tea around punifh tho insurgents before they acSantiago. knowledge his authority. Aguinaldo his probably been reading tho speech TiicUpLver Dam Gleaner has just es of Senator Hoar and Col. Bryan issued a mammoth jiictural edition and has become a very decided anti that does great credit tu the publishers expansionist. If Co). Bijun had not of that paper. deserted his regiment, what a golden TnnnBisn red hot Ihlit on in the opportunity he would have to join Indiana legislature over the election forces with Aguinaldo and fight exOt a united states benntor. liai ly, pansion. Steele and Posey are the leading en. Tin: strangest railroad hold up on tries, with Ilunly a neck ahead record occumd up atnoug the PennWe still offer iu club rates The sylvania hills a few nights ago. A Rlpuuucan and tho Commercial, coal train was creeping slowly up a Courier-Journasteep grade when the drive wheels beor New York Tribune at $1.25 per year. The Repub- gan epinning around without moving at 81.50 the Haiti. An investigation disclosed lican and the fuct that the tails were greased for per year. several huudied yards. The engine .EvnnYTnijfa is on the boom now. cut loose from the train and moved Thero is now a demand for everything tlnwly over the greased track to n that is worth moocy. Tho march of nearby town to secure tho help of an prosperity is steady and sure though other engine. In the meantime tho adverse talk of Democracy to the brakenmu left in charge of the train contrary notwithstanding. was the helpless witness of the theft of -l, Globe-Democr- ously ill at his hotel in Washington, jouiig leader ol the Philippine incur-tent- s, of tho city Along the streets, it would bo a good idea to look after bis hogship, which go roaming promiscuously over tho town, seeking whom be may devour, or whoso pant leg he can run his sloppy nose up against, or whoso front gate ho can root open at the still hour of midnight. This is only a mild suggestion, for this tho greatest of all nuisances to bo put of the streets, never to return. tube restoredWit9 normal condition, hearing' will be destroyed forever; caused by Again, that reminds me, last Sun- nine cases out .of, ten are catarrh, witch Js .nothing but an Inday afternoon, I started down to tho flamed condition of the mucous surwharf boat, but soon found that I faces. would be compelled to have hip boots We will give One Hundred Dollars or get a ferry boat to get over the for any case ot Deafness (caused by crossing between Harry Taylor's and catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's the bridge. This Bhould be looked Catarrh Cute. ' Send for circulars, after at once. Delays are dangerous free. F.J. Cheney & Co. .Toledo, O. to new shoes and ladies' skirts. m Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills are the best. V samo lino llrnlurK Oiiiiuot be I'll red by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. Thete is only one way to cure deafness, and thnt is by constitutional remedies. Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition of the mucus lining ot 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'resuitj and unless the ln Actuation canjjjj, taken out and this Hood's fills Sarsa-parll- la Is the best- - In tact the Ooe True Blood rurfler. r to take, easr to buy, ilOOU S eur to operate, sse. district under President Harnson.died added some 40,000 square miles of of grip Sunday morning at his home territory to the grand dominion of the in Hopkinsville. We have received the initial number of the Greeuville Tnbune, a weekly publication just launched at Green ville, Ky. TJie Tribune will he a Republican paper aud we extend it a hearty welcome totbe wigwam of overworked and undeipaid Kentucky publishers. three times negroes and Italiaus who lived in a Representative of Christian county in village near the scene of the hold-uthe legislature, once in the Senate aud collector of internal revenue tor this the recent war with Spain we p Juixje John Feland, a car of Anthracite by about twenty In TiiETbird Kentucky regiment left Columbus Monday and is stationed temporarily at Savannah, Ga. The regiment is booked for Cuba, but the boys in camp are gambling on the future movements of the regiment with the odds, two to one, against the voyage at sea. says tho remedy for our existing national ills is the initiative and referendum. Alt geld, like Bryan, don't want to be caught twice in the silver cyclone.but it is unfortunate that he can't join the Colonel in his noisy, but harmless, cru cade against expansion. Season-goo- d Altoeld & JIayeh, of Cincin- nati, recently purchased $140,000 1 per cent. 30 year Warren county bonds. They paid 106 which price Is said to be the highest paid for county bonds in the State for several years. A number of bids were oflered from all parts of the Union.-- With the beginning of the year we change the price of The Republican from 81.25 to 81.00 per year in ad-- , vance. We hope that by the change a greater number of people may have an opportunity to read the paper who do not at this time enjoy that oppor tunity, and that our eulecription may be doubled within tho next year. The editor ol the Herald ea)sof tho Goihel election law that "its practical workings have been lully demonstrated to the satisfaction of nil unpreju diced minds, and no 0110 is now fouud to inveigh against it ecept a few political iigitatots who never seem to know when their pet theories arode-featedYe, friend, "its practical purpose was fully demonstrated" nnd its end explained in tho Trimble-'- J hompsou letters. ." Col. Bryan, in his Jackson day speech at Chicago, says the Chicago platform will bo added to as conditions require it. Fortunately the platform in question contains a rather complete schedule of all tho calamity producers imaginable and anything added to it will Vein the of an improvement. Had the Colonel said tho platform would be taken from as experience demauded it, we should expect a change in the document at once. na-tu- ro Sometimes thero are funny things happening which will cause a smile to creep over the fare of the most austere man like a wave over the calm waters ot a stagnated mill pond. For instance, not over a thousand years ago, I knew of a young man who was contemplating entering into the eternal biiss of matrimony, from whence no traveler ever returns sound in body The editor of the Elizabethtown and mind when he wanted to be Xewt in last week's paper said: "The thoroughly ready and placed an order continuation of the low rates oi interfor some needed household goods to est and the inability of the banks to be shipped at a certain time in the loan all they want at reduced rates, future. The order was given to an indicates very plainly that people aro irresponsible clerk, who mistook tho afraid to borrow money for new enter- date of shipment and the goods ar. prises and to make new investments. rived about six weeks- - too early and The people who kave the money on the knowing ones began to wonder, deposit in the bank realize that it inand at last accounts they were still creases more in purchasing power ly- wondering. ing idle than invested in forms of property that continue to depreciate," Some people don't know it, but Ed In the first sentence the editor of the Bulllngton had more to do with getiVeti's says that the banks cannot lend ting the new stave factory in Hartmoney, even at reduced rates, and in ford than any other one man. His tho last be says that the purchasing personal acquaintance with the manpower increases more rapidly on deagers of the enterprise and on his soposit than invested in forms of prop- licitation they came to Hartford to erty Vial continue to depreciate. In one look over the territory and decided to instance he Bays tho peoplo are lack- locate here. Our people, though, re ing in confidence; in the other that bjio ided liberally to their proposition-tbey have more confidence iu banks ai d aided them to start up. It will than in themselves. Why, sir, busi- be of great benefit to our people, how. ness is booming everywhere and banks ever, and everybody here is proud of are overflowing with deposits aud they the enterprise. Essay. need not hope to lend to the extent of their ability. You may talk against To Mustor Out 16,00. The authorise) at Wahsington have prosperity, but its eflect will be as poweiless as the wiud against tho tide decided to muster out of service about 10 000 ot JbeU volunteer army. The of tho sea. list includes twelvo full'regiments and Biscuit Trust Attackod. two independent companies and threo Attorney General Morrett, ol Ohio, heavy batteries of artillery. has filed in the State Supreme Court The l.iiRlr, Ulufc ol All DlriU, a petition to oust the National Biscuit Company from doing business as a Is nottd tor its keen sight, clear and trust. The suit is in line with the distinct vision. So ate those persons Attorney General's policy in fighting who use Sutherland's Eagle Ej e Salve for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes or any trusts in Ohio. kind or granulated lids. Sold by all dealers at 25 cents, Por sale by Z Exports of Corn. The exports of corn for 1898 were Wayne Griffin & Dro. oiura uuu airi(Jco, uiuuu u uuzeu uerueu, whose names will die not till the nag they loved and honored furls itself about its shattered stall, and wrung from Europe a place high on the roll of the grandest empires of the world, but better, greater, grander still that war God pity thoee who fell in foreign lands burned out the fires of bate in Southern hearts and melted the ice of malice in Northern breasts. Amid the sullen roar of Spanish guns, those awful days at Chickamauga, at Gettysburg and at Shiloh were forNorth gotten, except the heroes and South who met the cruel fate of war upon those crimson fields, and no North, no South, no blue, no gray, but our country and our flag bacame the nation's song. Last Friday night I attended a meeting of tho Hartford Commercial club, at which time tho feasibility of a railroad was discussed with much ardor by our citizens, showing that they aro all awake and realizing tho necessity of a railroad to this town. A propo sition had been submitted to our peo ple for them to subscribe 815,000 and take it in G per cent, bonds, payable yearly, the company would put up the balance of about 840,000 and build the road out to the Illinois Central. It seems to me that this jwould be a good thing and something our people should take hold ot in a substantial way. Our peoplo must rise to the ex igencies of the occasion and put up some "stuff" or this golden opportunity might slip from our grasp, never to return. Let the word railroad be in the mouth of every citizen ; cry it from morn till night, sing it in the golden hymns at your worship, until the people are thoroughly awakened and tho road will certainly be built. V GENERAL NEWS. Sale of fine American horses in Mexico now reach (100,000 annually. ' Drlght's disease on last Friday at his Caneyvllle, aged eighty i home near wuo was n years. Mr. prominent Mason, wis the father of Sheriff Charles W. Cligett, and father In law of Senator W O. Jones, of this place. His remalnes will be In terred in the family cemetery at I o'clock tomorrow nfternoou, A government commission made n notable report on the relative value ot different goods. An average man needs 59 ounces of food and 37 ounces ol water, and absoibs 30 ounces ot oxygen a day, the leport says. Vegetables repotted excellent food, especs ially potatoes, although from to nine tenths water; milk not a perfect food for adults; eggs, even hard boiled, excellent; peas nnd beansmorc nourishing than beefsteak; chichen and turkey most nutritious of all; bread also very useful, especial-- . three-fourth- VybJiNHHiSssaHfiDHlBMEBBRiiiiib Tho nbovo is an exact llkonoss of Hohfrow Bros' Storo. -- : GREAT BARGAINS!:- Wo do 4 ly as a fuel food. ' Don't forget this house when you want to buy your Winter Dry Goods, Hats and Caps, Boots, Shoes, Groceries, &c. A most remarkable wedding has just taken place at the small village The United States troops keeping called Trail, ten miles north of Canal order in Havana are encamped in the Dover, O., four brothers being marheart of the city. ried to four sisters. The four knots of patents Issued In United were tied at the home of the four sisNumber States In 1897 was 23,729, or double ter brides, who are the daughters ol a prosperous farmer named James what It was 15 years before Their ages range from 18 to New York, Columbia University, 28, and the uges of their respective received a donation of f 1,100,000 husbands vary only slightly. The from J. F. Loubat, to complete library grooms are the four sons ol John Sumtund. mers and are energetic young men of Yale held her 198th commencement. good habits and some means The The honorary degree of Doctor of ceremony of marrying tbe four couples Laws was conferred upon President occupyed almost an hour, the same McKlnley. clergyman performing all. The four The shaft nf the Red Jacket copper btothers and their wives will live mine in Michigan reached a depth of within a stone's throw of each other. about 5,000 feet, making it the deepKy. est shalt in the world. Jnn 9. Health in this community The Navy Department has ordered is good. the battleships Iowa and Oregon at Farmers are about through selling Callao, Peru, to hasten to the Philipand delivering their tobacco at very pines with all possible speed. good prices. Tho butvx of 50,000 square railca Wheat Is looking well. Misses Sophia and Maggie DavidWestern Canada was completed by photography, being the largest use of son gate a social last week which was enjoyed by all, regardless of rough photographic surveying ever made. weather. British government made successMiss Myrtle Taylor gave a lunch preparing flour for ful experiments in indefinite preservation by compress- party on January 3, which was a sucthe original bulk. cess. ing it into Miss Mattie Taylor gave a candy This year Princeton University cel- party Saturday night, which was the ebrated her 151st commencement. ' sweetest thing yet." The honorary digree of Doctor of Mr. Ham Miller and family, Beaver Laws was conferred upon Admiral Dam, attended the candy party nt Mr. Dewey. J. R. Taylor's Saturday night. Mr. J. H. Reid has returned trom According to a report which has just reached the Navy Department at Muhlenberg county, where be had Washington, the submarine torpedo-boat- s been visiting friends and relatives. We wish you all a happy New Year built tor the French navy are a and success to Tun RiirunucAN. success. S B. F. The 29th annual Indian report attending shows about 23,000 pupils tbe 228 government Indian schools Over 6o,ooq allotments ot land in sevhave been made. eralty Iloch-stettle- claim to he headquarters for everything in our line and a visit to our store will conVe have a full line of General vince you. Merchandise, Notions, Cloaks,llugs,Truuks, &c. W e oflbr them all at a very low price. Come to sec us and you can save money on your winter purchases. We do not believe In (parrying For another season. First not improve with age. I Second Goods do Union, oods Over Third Wo can uso the money invested in Thereforo wc will Wo have three reasons for not wishing to do so Wo need tbe room for our spring stock. them ton better advantage. CLOSE OUT AT COST Overcoats, Underwear, Flannels, Winter B00U and Shoes, Gloves nnd all other Winter Goods, This is no catch. Wt 1 The followiug lines: mean business. one-thir- Come, examine and see for youselves. S, LEVY & C0.s Beda, Ky. Centertown, Ky. Master Cleve Hefllin, who received an injury to nn eje by being struck with a stick, is improving slowly, but we think his sight will be saved. Erna Motton, after spending n week with relatives here, has leturiud to his school in Louisville. t Reneer Bros, have sold an engine and threshing machine to Mr. A. T. Williams, of near Rockpoit. Our brass band met last night and gave us some good music. Prof. P. II Ross will begin a school at Rock port on January 30. Mr. Jasper Ford, ol Island, made a STATEMENT Of the Condition of the Jau 10 ubout 207,000,000 bushels. For 1897 tho figures were 175,999,000 bushels. Tho only other year in tho history of, tho country in which, the corn exports exceeded 100,000,000 bushels was 1890 when tho exports wero only , 100,905,000 bushels. It appears that its uso as an article of food ia growing very fast. As corn is one of tho irin-cipal agricultural products of tho ' 1 I m All lil Nr-- election next fall promises to bo tho most exciting in the history of the State. Tho Goebel law, a statute mado for ballot thieves, as illustrated by tho letters, will be almost the sole issue of the campaign, lor it would be sense-les- s to talk of righting lesser wrongs Trimble-Thompjou The State United States a large foreign trade would greatly benefit the farming peoplo of this country. Tho per cont. of increase for tho past eight years has been over 100 per cent. In ten years moro the trade will be quad' rupled. Richard Croker, "the 16 to x question as outlined in the Chicago platform a decidedly dead issue. This was fully demonstrated in'the last election. We did not embody the 16 to 1 question, In our plat form, an the result is that we'elected' every one of our Congressmen." ' Cap'n Croker'a opinion on this point is worth something because he Is not hampered by any strong prejudices in favor of either gold or silver. As bttween gold aud silver the Cap'n goes In for the offices. lie Is alwajs 630 000. out to win. In order to win he is ( willing to stand for silver, or gold, or Grayson neither. It Is his business It has 1 ifl highly-respecte- "I think," says Statistics completed show that the foreign missionary work of the world, all told.costs about $13,000,000 a year of which sum $4330,000 is contributed by the evangelical churches of this country. . . Agricultural department reported a latge increase in value of farm throughout .the countrj! and estimated toUl farm proluctstir 187 nt half a billion dollars more than the year before Andrew Carnegie, the. Iron kin, dedicated a public Itbiary at Homestead, Pa ,Nov5 Hi will cost and a club house principally for employees oi, the Carnegie Company, is a part of the plan,,,, 1' In 1897 the number of bminets failures in this country were less than any year sirce 1892, and on the whole the detadlts wne the' lowest on recordthe failures 'numbering 13,522 and aggregating $182 501,000. A reciprocity treaty under the Ding-Ic- y law was entered into with France whereby our fruits, pork, timber, stone, etc, ore allowed minimum rates ol duty on entering France, In return for timllar concessions by us on French wines, liquors, piiutlngs, etc. Latest ninul church statistics show about oue third of the 29,000,000 j church coiuinunicau3 in (bis country tob; Roman Catholics; the Method ' ,ists being next, wltri 5,700,000; then ' then the Baptists, with 4,200,000; Lutherans, with 1,500,000) Presbyter-- 1 ians with the same number; Disciples with t, 000,000; Episcopalians with ' 660,000, aud Congregationalisms with j nui-ma- ls, $3"-ooo," Keep coughing MPe know Beaver Dam Deposit Bank At tbe Close of Business, cember 31st, 1898. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts . . . Overdrafts Secured Overdralts Unsecured . . Real Estate Furniture nnd Fixtures . . United States Bonds . . . Cash in Safe Cash In Other Banks , . . De- of notblnc better to tear the 1 lining of your throat and lungs, it is nctter man wet feet to cause bronchitis and pneumonia. Only keep it up long enough and you vt ill succeed In reducing your weignr, losing )our appetite, bringing on a slow fever and malting everything exactly right for the germs of con- visit here last Sunday. sumption. Stop coughing and will get well. ou AflCP'S Mrs. O. B, Bosket, who assisted In tbe public school here this term, will begin a spring school at this place In this month. The infant of Mr. Clayton Stevens $127,928.78 that was badly scalded several weeks LIABILITIES. ago Is thought to be Improving Capital Stock $ 25,000.00 Rev. J. II. Richardson will begin a Surplus 5,000.00 protracted meeting here tbe 5th Sun- R"ve 5,051 27 day In this month. Deposits 91,627.51 Miss I.ucy Klug, Hattford, Is visit- 77,135.71 1,848.65 512.34 ,1,500.00 500.00 8,500.00 10,569.09 27,262.99 ' Cherry Pectoral cures coughs of every kind. An ordinary cough disappears In a single night. The racking coughs of bronchitis are soon completely mastered. And, If not too far along, the coughs of consumption are completely cured. Ask your druggist for one of Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plaster. It will aid the action of tbe Cherry Pectoral. If ran hY6 nr romplilnt whtt-cv- .r auil d.ilr lit. in.dlcitl m ftuvico you rait obum, ?rumpt reply that maybt of great m VIU J. C, A ViCl l, Lowell, Man, yoij H Each j ear of our existence has been mote piosperus than the one preceding, and to each and every one who Las directly or indirectly aided us In j of rur greatest prosperity, we extend the hea tiest thanks of trratl- U. A. 11. NotLe. There will be a call meeting on Sat- tude, It Is and sbajl ever be pur urday the 14th of January to install greatest ambition, to give no customer officers of Post No 4 The ptecence cause to tegret his patronage or to feel otherwise than profited by being ol all comrades is desired as imporassociated with us. At our office you tant business Is to transact, shall receive the fairest, inoit couite- -' C. Chahuehlin, Adjt, J, oui and promptest attar tlon. g M Jno II Barnes, Cashier. very best of coal and somt' Iron ore all of which would be worked if we only bad a rond to he'p us out wi h It. Send it on soon but. ing the family of Prof H II, Davis this week. We are in need oi a good flouring mill, and some one to handle tobacco. Farmers "have tolerably good tobacco and are anxious to sell, When you complete your railroad to Hartford, just let It come on by here and on to the West by Point Pleasant and Island. We have fine farming country, some good timber, Dividend No. 3 1,250 00 Total $127,928.78 In submitting the above seml-an- s nual statement of the Bank to the public, I ask the closef t scrutiny and most careful study. The directory have declared out ol tbe net proGts of the last six montns a dividend of 5 per cent nnd set opait to the surplus $70.27. t'li er ' A G. Clagett, one of county's oldest and most citizens, died of John B H H lirrfMJBf F3 T15t I 7?T- W BMt Uiuf h ajrup. Tutea GooO. Um a time). Raid TjF M by dniygtita. ff , Save your laundry fot Williams & Casebier, agents lor the Hopkinsville Steam Laundry and Dye Works, A ! ia. aJ stei lsV . "- - - - ' r u Uj Off With the Profits. OUT WITH THE GOODS. No Royal ' Amsqlvieey 'Pure tKTtU. sUltlWtt Baking Powder SSt "Racket" Here. Except the ono the people are making over our grea4. mark-dowsale. We are going to vacate our present quarters in March, and we had rather loose money on our present Winter stock than move them, hence this sale. No "racket" about it! A plain, honest business proposition. Come, look into it. Buy now to your own profit. n Makes the food more delicious and wholesome tOWPM CO , df - Bed Comforts and Blankets. ' 'S 11-- Bed Spreads. One lot of extra for regular Capes and Misses' Jackets Schroeter, the lending Green river Photographer, is now at Hartlord, Call and see his work. His Photo Buttons arc the lads of the day, also his Photos are finer than ever. Mr. C. L. Dorsej , representative ol the United States Lile Insurance Co., arrived in Hartford Tuesday and paid the policy of $1,000 held against the company by the estate of the late Hon. E. Dudley Walker. The Fordsville and Hartford Telephone line has been completed to Sulphur Springs. It is hoped that the line will be in operation trom this Daring this sale we will ofler the best values of Comforts and Blank-t- U point to Fordsville at an early date as on the nintket. 65c lor extra heavy Robe Print, a regular $1 00 this is the most Important line within Comfort or 65c. 85c lor an eatra large Robe Print Comfort, worth the county. ft 25, now 85c. 50c for 10-- 4 V.'lutc, Gray or Tan double Blanket, 4, sold everywhere lor 75c. fi.ou fur The Hartford Telephone and Exheavy weight, double Blanket would be cheap at $1 25. change Company has completed a line from Hartford to Bcda, and we understand will be continued toBu ford and probably to Pleasant Ridge. size It would be a very profitable Invest ruent for the company to extend their 75c $1.00 line to the latter named place as connection could then be made with FOUND DEAD. A. Bach, the Jew Merch- ant of Hartford, Camo to Doath In a Mystorlous Mannar on LastSun- day Night. Mr. A. Bach, of the firm of A, Bach & Co., who have been .doing business In Hartlord for the past year, was found dead In his store early Monday girl a note telling her where to meet a physician, it is said, and be relieved, assuring her there was no danger. She met him in the woods, she stated, he introduced hlmsell as a doctor, mistreated her and pcrlormed an operation, It Is also charged that he and Doyle again met and were seen together leaving the place. Miss Bratcher became sick, was delivered of a child; and made a statement Implicating Doyle and another whom she did not know, describe inghlm. The description represented McClure. She made the above statement and died on September 13. Doyle left and was arrested at Lex. ington. McClure was arrested at Tlxo C3r:r.srt Opening the Anual WEST KENTUCKY SEMINARY Of of And Teachers' Training School AT Tuesday, January 24th, 1899. FACULTY of skvkn vigorous, earnest, capable teachers. ENVIRONMENT unexcelled, both socially and morally. TEACHERS' Training a special ieature oi the institution. STATE Certificate class will be large and strong. ELOCUTION Department affords superior advantages. MUSIC Department unexcelled in the State. CLASSES, large, enthusiastic, and strong. METHODS designed to give wisdom, power and skill. BUILDING remodeled large, commodious and inviting. EXPENSES lower than any Institution of equal advantages. TRAINING seeks moral as well as intellectual strength. BEAVER DAM, KY., spreads choice spreads. I Owensboro. Mr. Owen Angle, formerly of the Cromwell community, but now of Black Rock, Ark., met with a sad m The time tor the final clean-uof this line has come. Misses Jack eta $i 50 ages 6, 8, 10 and 12 years former price $2.50. One lot Ladies' Black double Capes, fur trimmed, all wool, worth $2.00, your choice for $1 29, Plnsh Capes now $2, $2 50 and $4 former price f4. $5 and $6. Don't miss these. Better buy now than next sea son at twice the .money. One lot Children's long Cloaks former price $s now f 1.50, the very thing lor school wear. p Men's Overcoats & Mclntoshes! Good, heavy, all wool Overcoats sizes to suit you former price $5 choice now $3 50. One lot of Boys' union Beaver overcoats former price $4 now $j, ages 14, 15, 16, 18 and 19 years. Men's wide wale Mclntoshes former price $2.00 now $1.78 Men's all wool Mclntoshes $3 69 sold for $4. 'Ve mean to clean these out. Buy now and save next Winter profits. We will put in this sale a lot of Men's and Boys' Odd Coats and Vests at exactly half price. Come and see taeni. misfortune recently. His dwelling and household furniture, bam and outbuildings were all destroyed by fire. As he had no Insurance the loss falls very heavily upon Mr. Angle. His many friends in and about Cromwell will be pained to know of his great loss. Mrs. Amanda Austin died at her home in Beaver Dam last Sunday morning. Her remains were interred In the Beaver Dam cemetery Monday in the presence of a host oi sorrowing relatives and friends. Mrs. Austin was one of Beaver Dam's best citizens, a noble woman and a lilelong member oi the Beaver Dam Baptist church. The community sustains In her death an irreparable loss, heaven gains an other treasure. To the bereaved relatives and Iriends we extend sympathy. morning. He was seen on the streets Sunday evening apparently in perfect health, but largely under the influence of liquor. Sunday night some parties were in his store trading, and about 8 o'clock they went'lrway and he closed up for the night. It appears that after he had closed the front door aad put out the light that he become 'un. conscious or was ovvrcomc with the agonies of a severe attack of heart trouble and lay down on tue floor near the door. There he was found dead early the next morning. His body did not bear the least indication of a struggle.bnt that he had lain down for quiet rest and lrom that he passed Into the sleep that knows no wakening. Mr. Bach was troubled with heart disease and it is supposed that this being aggravated by excessive drinking, was the Immediate cause of his death. He was not an habitual drunkard, but at this time he was led to drink more and more by friends treating, till the influence of poisonous liquor destroyed his better judgment and led him captive to an awiul Mlllerstown. It was proven that McOlure confessed to Hasting Johnson the day after the crime detailing the circumstances as related. The trial was commenced Tuesday, and much interest was manifested, Tuition per term ol ten weeks . . , . . $ 8.00 McClure protested his innocence, aud Tuition two terms in advance 15.00 attempted to establish an alibi, but Board, room, fuel, lights, etc., in good families per week 3.00 had to admit he was In the neighborTultlon,board,room,etc.per term of 10 weeks In advance 26.50 hood at the time with Doyle. He Club board at your own price. Organization of two clubs has already claimed to be a victim of circumstances been made. Those desiring to enter club should Inform us at once. Each and denied he had confessed. member will furnish his own bedding, etc. and provisions. By this means It has been fully demonstrated that the cost oi board is materially reduced. Ely's Cream Balm is a specific for E. R. RAY; PfM. J. B. TAYLOR, vice Pres. S. C. STEVENS, Sec'j. Nasal Catarrh and cold in the head. This distinction has been achieved DEisizezisess. only as the result of continued cessful use, suc- A morbid condition of the membrane in the nasal passages can be cured by this purifying and healing treatment. Sold by druggists or it will be mailed for 50 cents by Ely Brothers, 56 Warren Street, New York. It spreads over the membrane, Is absorbed and relief is immediate. LITERATURE Is el the highest sunding bw periodical, 1a International weekly touroat of literary criticism It ts a comparatively which hu been recognlied f rom its tint number as a review CRITICAL REVIEWS Thoughtful, thorough, and comprehensive reviews of alt important publication In the civilited world rrench, German, Italian, Spanish, at well as English and American works, are treated from week to week. BELLES-LETTRE- LaGRIPPEIS CONTAGIOUS. Atmosphere Impregnated With Germs. BUeeue Proved Beyond Question to bo Infections I Bapldljr Con. querlng llic Conutrjr. vr.ti.i(ootui S K HtftrJu Special articles appear weekly In the paper, sometimes under the title of "Among My lfooks," written by such n authors and critics as EDMUND 00S5B MAX MtlLLCR SIR HERBERT MAXWELL DEAN STUBBS and from time to time orig tut nieces of literary work, poems, fctton, and are published, but it. each case only from the pens of h rid famous etuys writers, such as RUDYARD KIPLINO aEOROC MEREDITH Each week a leadinr article In the mture of an editorial appears These leaders are prepared by the editor, and deal exclusively with literary subjects. AMERICAN FOREIGN LETTERS LETTERS Men's and Boys' Boots, No profit now. We must move them out. Don't go with wet feet, or let any of your family do so. Better buy Boots and Shoes at reduced prices than make a Doctor bill. We have the goods the price will please you, Now, as we said In the beginning, this is no "Racket." These Roods MUST MOVB. TIIBY MUST BE SOLD In the next 60 days. It will pay you to come twenty miles lor these goods. m We are not going to leave Hartford. After the middle of March you will find us one door above J, A Thomas' Store in a thoroughly remodeled house, with a stock excelled by none. As anxious to please our trade as ever before. Very Truly, .' FAIR & CO. Hartford Republican. FRIDAY. JANUARY teiday. 13. Coroner L. W. Hunt called to see us while in town this week. He is always a pleasant visitor. Call again, Mr. Hunt. The little son of Mr. Theodore Shull, of Williams Mines, died MonSheriff Stevens is oa the sick list day and was hurled Tuesday near Centcrtown. this week. Cleburn Miller has a severe attack Mr. II. C. Shaver mad us a pleas ant calliyesterday and brought in a of la grippe. Field's 'bus meets all trains at new subscriber. Let ever lrlend oi the Republican do likewise. Beaver Dam. Mr. Wm. Bryant called while in town yesterday. All accounts due on subscription were transferred by Mr. Anderson to Leave your horse at Field's stable the present managers who will gratefully receive the same when tendered. when in town. Mr. Sam Bishop was in town yes For any and all kinds of plows call on Henry FieU & Son. Ir Miss Belle Rowe, oi Greenville, is visiting in town this week. The home of Rev John Boiling, of Beaver Dam, was fillled with sorrow last Sunday. Their little child passed from earth to a home beyond the grave. Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Taylor's little son, Hugh Edward, Is now improving and will recover. We arc happy to note the favorable change. He is the delight of a happy home. I I. j .- Henry Field & Son have a few more disc harrows lor sale cheap. Photographer Taylor will make pictures in Hartford every Monday, Farming implements of all kinds, for sale by Henry Field & Son. Mr. James Kimmel.of near Paradise, Attorney J. G. Taylor, of Owens Muhlenberg county, made Tub Reboro, was in town the first of the publican a pleasant call Monday. K'y- 7 week, . Mr. Kimmel has many friends here, WertK Eje Are Made (Krone;, Mr. Boyce, the proprietor ot the who were glad to meet with him again. dim vision made clear, styes removed Hartford House, has a siege of la and granulated lids or sore eyes of A any kind speedily and effectually K'lppe. cured by the use ol Sutherland's Eagle Quarterly Court adjourned jester, Eye Salve. It's put up In tubes, and day after disposing oi quite a large sold on a guarantee by all good druggist. For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & docket. i In another column will be found a large advertisement of Renfrow Bros' Mammoth store, which Is located at Narrows, Ky, Renfrow Bros, are do ing a very large business, in tact their trade is as extensive as that of any other firm's in the county. They are men oi the highest type of Kentucky manhood and do a strictly honest Coag-htS3 lean. business. Their customers are never I suffered for 35 years with a cough, heard to grumble, and once a custo and 'spent hundreds ol dollars with mer means many times a customer. doctors and for medicine to no avail nntil I used Dr. Bell's Mr. Bl Tichcnor died at his home ey. This remedy makes weak lungs near Rockport, the 5th Inst. Mr. strong. It has saved my life. J. B. Tichenor was one of the oldest men in Roswell, Grantsburg, 111. For sale by that section of the county, having Z. Wayne Grffin & Bro. m reached fourscore and ten. He was a A Call. We, the undersigned citizens and man much beloved by all who knew him and the loss sustained in his voters of Htflin voting precinct, death will be mourned by the entire knowing the qualification and personcommunity. The best thing that can al fitness of our exteemed lrlend and be said ol man when his earthly plN fellow-citizeProf. S. C. Stevens, ot grimage is ended is that he was a Beaver Dam, to represent Ohio coun. noble man, a good citizen and that ty in the next Legislature, do hereby can be justly said of Uncle Bl. call upon and urge him to make the The Fiscal court created a sinking race for said office: land for the payment of interest and W. T. Westerfield, Robert Webb, L. B. Shaver, principal of the county bonds recently F. A. Shaver, Felix Shaver, Issued and elected Judge J. P. Miller, Jesse Shaver, E. G. Stewart, County Attorney M. L. Heavrln and Sam Shaver, W. D. Westerfield, Jacob Shaver, W. A. Rone as Sinking Fund ComA. T. Hoover, missioners. The sheriff will turn over J. T. Sbaver.l Geo, Hudson, H. C. Shaver, $4,000 of the 1898 levy to the SinkJesse Hudson, ing Fund. The Sinking Fund Com- Will Hudson, T. D. Owen. missioners have been offered lour per cent, interest on its deposits with far FUiy Oath Guaranteed tobuca curt, niku wk Government bonds as collateral. The b.d iironf , blood pun. Mo, St. All ores f UM amount of money so deposited will i draw interest to offset the interest on "Say "No" when a dealer offers the same amount of county bonds. you a substitute for Hood's Sarsapa rille. There Is nothing "just as JTOK MALE OB BEAT. The Commercial Hotel, situated on good." Get only Hood's. the best business corner in Hartford, LIFE is for sale or rent on reasonable terms to responsible parties only. For terms write to or apply in person to G. J. Bean or J. P. Sanderfur, Hartford, School Teacher ConvictPlne-Tar-Hon, hs-b- end. Soon after the body was found, LaGrippe is a contagious disease. Judge Miller ordered the body cared Its specific germ has been positively for and summoned Coroner L. W. identified, an d it is transmitted from Hunt to hold an Inquest. The Coroperson to person either by direct conner came, and in the afternoon called tact or by inhaling the germs while together a jury and held a court of they float In the air. It is a dangerinquiry, alter examination several ous disease, lowering the vitality and witnesses,among whom was Dr.E.W. wasting the resistive power so that body of the Ford, who examined the pnenmonla, heart disease, nervous deceased, the jury declared that he prostration and insanity find easy came to his death from cause unvictims. No specific is known that known. will kill the Grip germ, but it may be Mr. Bach leaves a wife and four driven out and Its effects overcome by children, who reside in Louisville. the prompt use of Dr. Miles' RestoraHe bad built up a good trade and will tive Nervine. be greatly missed by his customers. nervous system letter, ntiei by WHIUm Vcan Howclln, deaH m that The author s original and keen w y with subjects of vital interest in the American world of letters and art French, Encluh. German, a i Italian letters nlll be pub making this periodical of (treat ilue to reader intercMed tl e piovnti if literature. Occasional work by Henry anu, and men of like ability, will also appear. Kudyird Klpltaff SPECIAL A SUPPLEMENTS will be published, devoted to descriptive articles on such subjects as rare and carious books, book plates, special editions of famous books, noteworthy American editions, etc. PREMIUM OFFER 4 FREE Ednuad Cotse A full set of LI TFRATURE'S famous portrait supplements of distinguished men of letters (jo In all) for one years subscription. Trial Subscription, 10 Ctnts a Copy Addreaa HARPER Weeks, 35 CU. Subscription, fiOOa Ytor ft BROTHERS, Publisher, New York, N. Y. "La Grippe left my so racked and shattered that I could not sleep and for two months was under the Influence ol narcotics. Phys siclans and friends gave me up to die; but in two days alter I commenced taking Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine I began to Improve, and in a month's time I was entirely cured. It is the greatest health restorer on iii::1!!HARTFORD COLLEGE, - mM4j4j HARTFORD, KY. earth." D. W. Hilton, Louisville, Ky. All druggists ate authorized to sell Dr. Miles' Nervine on a guarantee that first bottle benefits or money refunded. Be sure and get Dr. Miles' Nervine. Booklet on heartand nerves sent free. Address Dr. Miles Medleal Co., Elkhart, Third Term opens Jan. 16,1899. Summer Term opens June 5, '99. Sovon full coursosof study. u Strong Faculty of Ton Toachors. Diplomas accoptod lntho bost Universities Ind. "Alter the grip I could not eat ally-thifor weeks. One of my arms I concluded was almost paralyzed. to take Hood's Sarsaparllla and it cured me. I am now well and am stronger than ever before. Myfaths er was troubled with rheumatism, but has been cured by Hood's Sarsapa rllla." J. B.Finnell, Old Fort, Tenn. Hood's Pills cure nausea, head ache. Tko Bost PrescrlpilloB for rmllls and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's Tast-lea- s Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; then why experiment with worthless Imitations? Price, 50c. Almost ParaljMd. EXPENSES. $ 8.00 Tuition per Term of ten weeks i5-Twenty weeks (in advance) 5- five weeks Summer Term, 3. 00 Board In private families per week Several clubs already orClub board at your own prlca. ganized. . Write for Catalogue. T.J. SENTENCE. ;m MORTON, flit. O. M. SHULTZ.YiciPrei. STATEMENT Of condition of ed of Murder of aGlrl. Hart County Case.That Fos- soBsosSomo Revolting Phasos. Mr J, W. Stevens came in yesterday and extended good wishes to the i Be aeef What Shall Done FOR TUB DELICATE OIRL ' iiioraiaBfe At the Close of Business, uary a, 1899. ASSETS. Loans, less loans to officers $28,467 26 Loans to officers 700.00 Overdrafts secured 975-4Jan- miKi'! W(Siiillilliiwiitii"'''Viii'liiffi '.TWf Republican. Mr. Pearl Iweeddell has been em ployed as clerk in the dry goods store of Carson & Co Col. S. R. Dent is In town this week representing the Mutual Life Insur ance Co., of Kentucky, Mr. W. G. Howard, of Henderson c. U ity, Imk bitn employed as clerk in You have tried iron and 4 other tonics. But she keeps pale and thin. Her sallow complexion worries you, Pcr- she has a little hacking cough also. Her head aches 1 and she cannot study. Give her NOTIIK, Henceforth I will office at the office of The IlARTi'onD Republican. Any one having business with the County Superintendent will find me at the place above mentioned. Respectfully, Fon Rogers, Co. Supt. Scon's Emulsion The, oil wjjt feecT her wasting" bob? the glycerine.wlll soothe her cough, and the hypophos-phitwill give new power and vigor to her nerves and brain. Never say you " cannot es ; J II. Williams' drug (tore. If you want your Bhuts, collars and cuffs to look neat and clean, save them for Williams & Casebler, agents. - 'Squire H. B. Tayfor made us a pleasant call Monday and extended good wishes to the new company. In another column ol the Rurunu can will be found the statement ol the Ohio County Bank. The state tnent shows the Bank to be In excel, lent condition and doing a very large butiness. The Ohio County Dank is coming to the lront. ! take oil" until you have tried Scott's Emulsion. You will be obliged to change youropinionatonce. Children especially become very fond of it and infants do not know when it it added to their food, cod-liv- F 30c, and fi.o .11 dniiil.lt. SCOTT & BOVSM, Cnimbu, Kiw f Wit j J Mnntordville, Ky., Jan, 7. In the case ol Prof. J, W. McClure, indicted with the Rev. Gregory Doyle for the murder of Miss Lydla Bratcher, the jury just before noon today returned a verdict alter being out four hours, finding McClure guilty ol murder and fixing his punishment at imprisonment for life. Separate trials we demanded some m ii time ago, and McClure was tried first. ArmruiH llnkr. On yesterday morning at 10 o'clock The trial of Doyle began this mornat the residence ol Mr. and Mrs. J. A. ing, and will last all next week. Duke, six miles cast of Hartford, their The crime with which they are daughter, Susie, was united in marri- charged was committed on August 23 age to Mr. Clarence L Armendt, ol last. Doyle was a Baptist minister, Fordsville. Rev. G. J, Bean pro- and it Is charged had betrayed Misa nounced them man and wife. Itntne Bratcher. She was in a delicate condidlately alter the ceremony, Mr. and tion. Mrs. Armendt left for Beaver Dam to He secured McClure, it is alleged take the 12:40 train for Louisville. by the Commonwealth, to perform a After the bridal trip, they will begin criminal operation. On the day It Is housekeeping at Hlnes' Mill, where alleged to have been performed, Doyle the gallant groom has a home already aud McClure came from Mlllerstown prepared for his bride They have together, went to a store near her many friends who join In wishing home, and tried to buy drugs and them a prosperous and happy life curling irons, ate dinner at Doyle'a down the rugged pathway oi time and left together, Doyle went to Bratcher's, gave the X. Bro. ip m Overdraft, unsecured Due from banks Cash on hand Banking house and lot . . Bonds and stocks Furniture and fixtures Debts in suit Interest paid. . .... ... 343 65 . ... ... ... ... 9 434-06,890 99 5,000.00 1,310.66 500 00 60.00 36.48 1 53.58 46 LIABILITIES. . $10,000 00 Capital stock, , . Deposits 42,830,30 Dividend No. 11, quarterly 50000 Undivided profits 150.18 Due banks 138 08 Isitfllli f had ... ... A housekeeper living in Pennsdale, Pennsylvania,' a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very 5J.68.46 S. K. COX, Banker. Subscribed and sworn to before me by S. K. Cox, this 7th day of January, L. Walvkr, 1899. Notary Public, "Ohio Co., Ky, My commission expires Jan, 15, 1903, 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. tlnu Ui A OeatiVT, t.asLM.aiWaaTwwffct uru eU fMkte aMlfllaiu lw 4.roatrte trr.UMm)tn rola uiM i4 irt-FIT! 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BflACAZINESi HuSUil.tJ TC .ll 11 a year ed n way to recovery, by purchasing General Directory. of us n bottle of Dr. King's New tied, .htcli nd was so ior Cinniniitiiin I'M W JANIMKY 13 STATK Orl'IClALS. .1 I 8 .lid l tudih teieud imt king fir-- t dose. 5 ,1 I Cl , t Governor William 0. BrndloY. V. J. Worth Lieut Governor The leal name of tlie writer should . tue ' '""" l ' '9 I'he common sold that she slept nil night; end with two accompany tach comuiutdcatiun, to eliil''y t ay, Columbus Rail bottled, hat been absolutely cured. iiigtmi. tjccretaryof State Charles Finlev. insure publicntton. woy ts nort eiltrtU it 64 bavin hail Her nam- - is Mrs I.utliH Lull" RenitttrttiCc's triay be made by PoVt Attorno) General W. 8. Taylor, s (i iihi't ' W C Han'nick& Co,, of Tliu.nic Office Ione Order, Re1htertd Lt utlit'ir Samuel H. Slone. ! A dtlntiitll Mulh. N l ' c I Ifinl bittles fne lit J. I) tit Trcnstirpr ter, Hank Check, or Geo. V. Long. fli ' till It mi rw II Wi Ding Store Ittguiar Mot'kS li Correspondence In tt until lot pulili Coinmitsinner ol Agriculture, M IZ" ' ill t 'hr ll chtidn of on "bultit-st inn' Jt on b'viry b ttle coimt'ctnl itli linnti Statistics Lucas and prumpt ntte ntiin M ' d the effice, u tt t t Momo M"' 8 .. should beHddressed to I'lIK KnrUBLI Public Instruction i. in. much in mule to t f pUip us CAN. U U of people senn proud to tell Geo M. Davison. Thi Mock is in tlemmd. Thr Ken Tub RHrunLlCAN.Is innilcd regular hothey started out in lile with nothItogistcr Laud Office Clin. O. Iv to its subscribers until n definite lucky Vitiin Compiny hii piM 7 uafaattw saVrtVaaaY A nj alFttk ing, even if they have nothing in the Reynold. older to di.icoritlnue it ! ncnvH hm! per cm t mi mlded Ifu'fl) 1 iti sur Insurance Bureau L'ommlssloner-- D, end I'lIK Ki; ill nrrents nrc t nid in lull pltH W. Contiugore. PUnLlCAN is $1 ptr iar il piid in nd In viiifHl binks h vt nude uion Adjutant General D. R. Collier. y cr, tjut U m t.lmid tt, H(lv ni-- will The cutiutry banks ey it Umisvti e Slate Librarian Mrs. Mary Brown tv $1.15 pet jiur Day. have done ns well or better An in For Infants and Children. RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. static, f tins is found in the state a m: li'.in'N nisii T110 C. Wood, chairman; J. F. mettt of the condition of the Grrens-bu- ig Tha Kind You Havo Always Bought Dcmps", II. S. Irwin. Secretary Deposit D.ink, turnished by Or. What shall I wish thee? Bears ths Samuel F. Brown. W P White, Joimer Health Officer. What can be found Signature of Ci)KOUK8"IONAL. Dr White is from Green count, is Bringing the sunshine' Him. V illiam C. Linds Heiintur in the t loyal to it, and is n stockholder All the year round? Don't think because beauty is but nay, lion. W. J. Deboe. , bank It was established in Mfiy, Where is the ISJUSTAIOOODFORADULTS. iUprrroi'tntive Fourth District (ti9, with a capital of 112500, and skin deep that nil thick skinned peo- Hun. I) . ..Smith. Lvtmg and clear, WARRANTED. PRICE OO eta. nnvv has a surplus ot $12 500 his paid ple are handsome. GiLiTii, It u., Not. M, 1SH. Thtt shal insure Ihee rarlaUadtalaaro., Bt. LouM, lio. STATU I.r.dlSI.ATUUE. ' filteen dividends, the lat brlnit one (lint-IonaoM lut iaar, A hi ppj Ntw Whi? tUlaa ol Menu TASTCLKdt CHILI. TONIO and hata OBOTa-Senator Hon. T. G. Turner. of '2 pt r cent Iti gross eirninps Comes from Dr. D. B. Carglle, ol ihUTtar. la all koataiuru iroaaalraadr tha dr.. bulaM.oar aa P.iith hit ltn re sub aaja jaara. la Representative Ohio County Hon. rtnm olan artitla thai ftir the last six months have been Washita, I. T. He writes: "Four udTtraal aatla. aatarMld Wikwg 111 hghtr R. G. Jarnagm. taaUoauj.arToala. "j;yi'r',CAW, 40o, bottles of Hlecttlc Bitters has cured 3.139 28 and its expeises $t, Hope that abaundeth, OHIO COUNTY. It has deposits of $68 , Mrs. Brewer ol scroluh, which hnd 14 89 For sale by J. II. Williams. CIRCUIT COURT. Happy and bright; , 31834 and notes and discounts caused her great suffering for years Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens-bor-o. Love that is perfect,' amounting to $62 779 17. The record Terrible sores would break out on her od WhUker Hiblta Casting cut fear curad at bomewltu-cis a wonderful one, but other country head and face, and the best doctors Hon. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney pain. Book of par- These shall insure thee banks have done nearly as well. is Otvensboro. could give no help; but her cure tkmaraatnt rUIK. r A happy New HU.WOOLLKT.M.a A complete and herhealth is excellent." T. II. Black, Jailor -- Hartford. iromoo 1H M. frjor lb The Ktdnoy Complexion. Peace in the Saviour,! S A. Anderson. Clerk Hartford. This shows what thousands have B. D. Ringo, Master Commissionei Kestat His feet, The pate, saltow, sunkenscheeked, proved, that Hlecttlc Bitters is the . WIm e&ti tttiatt Hartford. Wanted-- An of MtM alaBpa Smiie.of His countenance, distressed looking people ou so often best blood purifier known. the It's IhlBa ArialllII G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund froUct rovr tdM4i tbar tris too wMttb. and sweetly , s Radiant nir meet are i filleted wiih "Kidney Comsupreme remedy for eczema, tetter, WliU JOMM WUDKHOURl ft CO- - Pftttnt Allof Hartiotd. W m hint too, V. Joy in His presence, Cor Utlr tlJUU prtc ac pletion." salt rheum, ulcers, bolls and running tud Hartford utLlUt ot two tuta4r4 UTtoUoot wilumL S. T. Stevens, Sheriff . Christ ever near! . , Their kidneys are turning to a par- sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys Deputies J. G. Kcown, T. II. BenThis will insure thee snip color. So is their complexion. and bowls, expels poisons, help di- ton, mid R. B Martin. A happy New Yearl Court convenes first Monday in They may also have indigestion, or gestion builds up thestrength. Only sutler from sleeplessness, rheumatism cents. Sold by J. II. Williams, March and August nnd contiuuesthree 50 weeks, and third Monday in May and neuralgia, brain trouble, nervous ex- Druggist. Guaranteed. November two v.eeks. "An.r I waa ladnrad Is try CAICA haustion and sometimes the heart acts HTTN. I wUt narar bo vllhout them In tha bonta. COUNTY COURT. Don't act the fool. There are too U7 liter wae In a verf bad that, and my bead Still on badly. Jas. P. Miller, Judge Hartford. athtdandl bad aloinach Iroubla Now ilneatak-In- a many people doing that naturally. Cairareu, feol Hot Sir "Ha hualto mad The cause is weak, unhealthy Hartford. M. S. itagland.Clcrk thaoi witb betieflclal re.ulti for aour itomacb M, L. Hcavrin, Attorney-Hartfor- d, lip rnolril fli1 Surgeon. Jus KHIU1.INU, im CODglCil St , St. Loult, II 0. All doctors, told Renlck Hamilton, Court conveuee firat Monday in Usually the sufferer from kidney Some Touched tho Highest CANDY of West Jefferson, O , after suffering each month. CATHARTIC QUARTERLY COU'IT. roini Tosioraay ever nuc- - ' trouble is until it is amost too late. 18 months from Rectal Fistula, he Begins on the third Monday in ordod in Their History. becwse the fiSt Bymptoms arc so hke would die unless a costly operation January, April, July and Oi tobor. performed; but he cured himselt ruild sickness that they do net think was COURT OK CLAIMH k atsaxanaao is keep. t, .. The local security neeJ a ntAldm or ., uoctor Ulltil with five boxes ol Bucklen's Arnica Convenes first Monday in January, ...or i,r tnn hrtnu. tliar hjninn hAlnrn i Salve, the surest Pile cute on Euth, and Tuesday after the ic ml Monday they Cud themselves sick in bed New Year's. The demand for bonds Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root will build and the best Salve In the World. 25 in October PleaMnt, Palalablf, Tana Oiwl. Do is extraordinary, there being- no ins up and strengthen their weak and dis- cents a box. Sold by I. II Williams, OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. Oood, Narer Sicken. Weaken or One. 10c. Be, toe. N. Moxley, Surveyor. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... dlcations as yet that the investors are eased kidneys, purify their diseased, Druggist. IklMf., NMlr.il, R. Vm. til SIMllM ? G. D. Royal, Assessor. satisfied. Louisville Railway 53 sold blood, clear their Sold and rnriilMd be Fon Rogers, School Supt. When a man commits a sin the at 1 19 yesterday, the highest point complexion and soon they will enjoy liutocVllt.rbbacoo Habit, L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur world is ready to forgive him at the ever touched, arid L; and N. unified better health. Springs. least show of repentance, but a preach 4s were bought in blocks at 96X9 Poorhouse C. R. Campbell, You can get the regular size at the : :f-- i vm vm (. In all f 128,000 of bonds sales drug store, at fifty cents and one dol- er is never forgiven Keeper, Hartford. were reported by brokers, the major lar, or you may first prove for your justices' courts. ot a Uont The Apprllle ity being ol tire standard issues so self the wonderful virtues of this great C. Allen March 3, Jun el, SepDES-IL&KIs envied by all poor dyspeptics . populaj here, but there Being also discovery. Swamp Root, by sending whose Stomach and Liver are out of tember 1, December 9. JontB. Wilson March 5, Juuoll, of Atchison Adjust- your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co , heavy purchases order. All such should know that September 3, December 10. Ths Leading Specialists ol America ments and general 4s, Louisville, Blnghamton, N Y. , for a sample botDr. King's New Life Pills, the wonFebruary 14, W. A. Rone 20 YEARS IN OHIO. New Albany and Chicago firsts, Pen-- , tle and a book that tells all about it, derful Stomach and Liver Remedy, May 9, August 22, November 14. 250,000 Cured. sacola and Atlantic 6s. Nashville, both sent to you absolutely free by Gum. Evans March 1, June gives a splendid appetite, sound diFlorence and Sheffields and other mail. When writing kindly mention gestion and a regular bodily habit 3, September 9, December 1G. WECURESTRICTURE bonds hot 'so well known here. March 30, June En. MAesiE that you read this liberal offer in the insures perfect health and great enerThotmnJl of yoom aoJ mlJilta-afe20, September 23, December, 23. men are troublad with thll dlteaia manr A revival of interests is noted in Hattford Republican. gy. Only 25 cents at any Drug Store. unconwlouilr. Ther mar bare a smart- Clljr tilrreiorjr. iiream, inr scniaiion, tmau. tauiinrillthtdli-chaiibank and trust company stocks, and W. H. Barnes, Judge. harp caltlht i aim at times, El ray Notice. .Notice. difflculiy in conmenelnr. weak though the dividends have just been J. S. R. Wedding, Attorney. Taken up as an estray by W. R. orsan.. emli.ione, and all the symptoms All persons having claims against TOWN TRUSTERS. paid the shares are selling higher Chapman about two miles South ol ft nerroos delllllr ttey bare bfKIU. TURK. Don't let doctor! eiDerlmtn ton the estate of A. R. Oiler will present S. K. Cox, Ch'm'n. than before the holidays. For Citiz. Beaver Dam, Ky., on the 20th day of tou. hv cuttlnr. itretehlnc. or tearlnc T. A. Thomas, Treasurer. variGed to me at you. 'ihtiwllinoteurejou.asltw lire- ens' National, 122 was paid yesterday November, 1898, one heiler about one the same properly jno. B. Bean, Sec'y. turn. Our JIEIT ME111UU TllK A the store house in Fordsvllle, Ky., abtoibs the stricture tlnuei and Bank of Commerce sold at 1971, year old, marked, color red with a lit Geo. Kliett. lieneeremaveilheitrlelurettermanentlr. A. R. Oiler did bus in which Itoanuerer return. Ko alo, no suffer A. D. White. the highest price for about two years. tie white on back between hips. Said lor. oo detention from tuilneii Lycor Preston Morton Post No. 4. G. A. methoJ Thaseiualorffansareitrenclh- Third National sold at par and Amer- heifer appraised at ten dollars($io 00) iness prior to his assignment, not eneJ. lue neiTei ate inriforaica, ana later than the 28th day of January R hold their regular meeting Saturican National was in demand with no by Mason Taylor, this 15th day of the bliss or manoooa rsiurss. tn each 1899 at which place and time I will day before the first Sunday December, 1898. stock offering. in Court Hall at 1 o'clock p. be for the purpose of receiving said month J. A. Stewart, P J. T. B.D, m. Louis Guenther, Com. Thousands of yourf and m!.lllc-se.- t Louisville Tobacco Warehouse stock Li-- men are h&vlnr their sexual A copy. Attest: lanr and claims. Any creditor falling to preJOUN C. ClIAMDrRLIN, Adjt. has led the market since the anTJUlltr continually sapped by this M. S. Ragland, C O. C. C. sent their claims at the time named, They are freriucntly unconiclous nouncement that the Continental ToDecember 19, 189S of the rauio of theie tyioi torot. tleneral 22 4t within three months thereafter, his Weakntii, llDnaturel lliicbartes, fall-In- e bacco Company would do all its buyManhooil, Nerrouineii, I'oor Memclaim, properly verified will be deemHnd Knott Toir IJf iwij. Dost Tottcra Spit ory, Irrltslilllly. at ttmei bmartlnf ing on the local "breaks." This Hunken Hyu.wlth daik circles. ed to have waived his right to any To tobacco e.sily and torertr, stock had a remarkable rise in the netlc, quit ot lift, nem and vitor, taka bo mar ireaa iiaca, uanerai uepreiiion. sack full Varicocele, Hhnmken of Ambition. Wkin you take Hood's Pills. The bit;, old part of the assigned estate. tta wonder worker, that make, weak man summer of 1897, selling at 86 less the l'art.. etc. IILKKT and BTUHrrUlin pills, ithlcb tear you all to l atrong. All drucrlaU.tOaorll. Cuuruaran. L. W. Godsey, assignee, lnir be the cauie. Don't consult family pieces, are not In It wlU Hood's. Faijr to take dividend, Last spring, the knowK teed. Booklet and aamnle free. Addreta doctors, as they hare no experience In of J. R Oller. allow the.. .iMvlal dlacaleailon't 23 4t edge of the shott crop of tobacco and Starling named Co., Chicago or Ntw York. laeks to oxperlment on you. Consult L.. i.il.t. .Buuni, ...i li...... i.... v. riiviaii.i., 3Un fears of the combination of plug manniacovercd by n Woman. and Women. UurlIW Ihiea.ciof itBTllOb TIHJTMK.NT will ufacturers caused a decline. When it Another great discovery has been Lyman Williams, cure you. One thousand dollars for a ca.e we aoceit for treatment and was announced that no dividend rtA dmiI tViof trr Vhf a 1ar1 In ttila Clarence Casebler. and aaijr to oixrate, la trua cannot cure. Terras moderate for a cure. THIJ HOPKINS. ot HooJ'a rills. wblcU ara PATRONIZE could be paid, the stock went down country. "Disease fastened its clutch11 CURES GUARANTEED VILLE STEAM tip to data tn eierr respect. W to 60. It has risen rapidly since the es upon her and for seven years she ar We treat and curei AMISSIONS. Sale, ctrtala and sure. All announcement of the change in the withstood its severest tests, but her SYlMIILIri, IIIiKET. VjMlICOfKI, drujjlits. lie. C. I. Hood ft Co., Lowell, Mass. Continental's plans and was sold yes- vital organs were undermined and Tho only Tills to Uka wlU Hood'a HarsapartUa. I)KAIN8.llNNA'n'nAI,l)r8ClIAHU. ClfKIIINhYendllbAIIIIKlllllseas-s- . terday at 75, The preferred, which death'seemed imminent. For three rONfllll.TATIOV PHHH. 1100KH I'llKK If noable to call, write for montli3 she coughed incessantly, and pays 8 per cent., is selling at 120. v!!:!:'7L,..i:...J"wv lw illli.li.Ml-T- . In spite of the large earnings oi the could not sleep. She finally discover- - First class work guaranteed. Prices DRO, reasonable Leave your laundry at lo foraet .our fL the Post Office. Shipped on Tuesday SalTe rmova vry corn vary time without pain or nnd returns on Thursday. harm. Bold by all drutaUli, a i.i. w. ruuiiiii boi. or mailed for IS & CASEIUER. Agts y WILLIAMS CINCINNATI, O. UIANT CIIICMICAL CO IIIMI Chrrrr St., I'lilla. SOLICITORS WANTED everj where for "The Story ot the Philippines" by Murat Holsteati commissioned by the Government at. Our W. O. Hickman Nelson County Hour Mash Whisky it abioluttlj OILcial Historian to the war Depart-- I ment. The bonk was written in nruit pure ami is good (or all occasion.. 5 Yeir Old pergnllon $2 00 camps at San Francisco, on the I'.tci 0 Year Old per pallou 2 fiO tic wtli General Menu, In tue f 3UUIM 8 Year O'd per gallon 3 00 nt Honolulu, in Hong Kong in " Ring out the old Bicg In the new 00 the American trenches at M miU, in 10 Year Old per frallun Ring out ths false Blag in the true " the insurgents camps with Aguti al 00 14 Year Old per callon do, on the deck of the Olynipm ubh We bring to you the new and true from the GOO 10 YenrOld pereallon Dewey, and m the roar of plney forests of Norway at the Doxed ii desired free. No charge Inr jugs Full lino Imported and fall of Manila Bonanza fur agents flilm(ul of original pictures taken b California Wines. Solo agent Dr. Bourcnlr Bucliu Giu, a cure for all Kidgovernment photographers on the ney troubles; price $1.00 a quart, book Low prices spot. Large Pine-Tar-Hon- ey ROSEtMBAUN BROS., Big profits Freight paid Credit given. Drop all trashy unofiici il wht tST Write for catalogue or when in tho City call to nee us. books Outfit lree Address F T Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by Barber, Sec'y Star InAuronce Bldg. science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Chicago. 15161 Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. a time a man hsWh tor cit t Many M we Lungs areexhlla The sore, weary cough-worbecause he It ft bis pocki t book ir ' g rated the mucus Is cut out j the o Mtr pants, when, if the truth w cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there known, he has no others T Is no inclination to cough. OHM BALLON PINK catlnaa tkii ltr.l with ywu klbr 80LD BY ALL O.OOD DRUQQI8T8 jWxK ttfafaU r.MOT. lit. a.iira for ubuKt wIUk. . Oottlai Only. SOo. and $1.00 Sliea IIM.UI.IIM. PI.BI - 1 a a ralT. bliMii Hal, itfria.i ! 1 1 sfs, XXT pcked In plala po. .. MIHH laa BE SURE YOU GET .DMb bait. I AM OS YEARS OLD. andnavtru mm Awiolutely pure. Quality guaranteed. J. icncoe umaiari i aiiy rvmvtlr auual to Ur. lleU'a waai,B.aarTa.av.jai a a taaa' i&la.enr.J ttu. aaai aitdaaaa.L. iy Hunt?, IlaivMqtilclcandirauDnlrrikf Dr. HOTtlUlCln-- r Ingrlpaawtllaacougttiandrotda. drar.HI I Hartford HepUbllCan. lunvllietnilway, there lnj of consequences 'o h h st" is little trad in the common Dli-cov- rt GRDVEB ni V- 11 11 n' s 11 ti 1 yr Hor-tii'iil't- ' - 1 e CASTORIA c&m&& CHILL TDNIC 1 TASTELESS trens-ure- !' 1 mt Y'-a- ... Idea keeping" it up. Sour Stomach 1 M Stock and Bonds the Jump. kid-nev- '. kidney-poisone- d a4f C ll :i :m .a :.? ! r WECURE GLEET e. l1 Mil No Cripe lugar-eoatd- faih-lone- Hood's QS III y laundry and S J7ye Worlds. It's BUSS' -. j Kewnedyr Kergan :iiitt.ci, ACTIE I 4 1HI s$l EsDkmu DR. BELL'S KWKuftK". n & 1 microbe-bearin- tJ&JiWL ""Sif. SEND SENDUSwrAmn L 33 will and YOU WL. COON HOLLOW WHISKEY Stenty x-- a 25., COOn weak I ''u""U"ipinimlf.io 5; In,., Tmt) War. ..!. mr ill, .; Al.fl nm,f,i viit,, it j ,,,,., , lil I. pipe it. i. AOc. dii v.. r s rj um THE McCALU CO., JiV.WtfttM.'tN V.WA'W ",' ' ' in advance. I Htluuao.kr. unra atrong, Iitur.kr4 lira. M. A. Ueitalta, 25 Bill's Plni-Tar-Hin- ' a luui uiczmmwyvr. ... lVAM.kfA.B. r. For Salo by WAYNE GHIFFIN & BRO. mCtuH aaraau.au , carfl,rwrrva4iBiit, ( III.B,laall.narl.,-Bl- l B4f.ai. tuaaJly cur-- ii abciM.atM, TakBltvith L Whiskey simon njones co. SECOND AND MAIN STRUTS. LOUISVILLE, Hf IIUUVVV WW IMUMl. lara. KY, IJ!oi,6V ulh - i ' v: ft( t; r VfLi vfCVnTfTTHilTfrfViTTO I If it fails to euro go to your merchant AND GET YOUR MONEY BACK. We will refund to him. Price 50 cts. Sole Tako UicKiSPUiiLiOAN r.XX1ataaMMUI&aBabBaMMMfl VAN Proprietor, VLEET-MAHSFIE- DRUQ CO., IWefffPHIS, TENN. N V