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JUST VERDICTS. was conducting a funeral service in the neighborhood and Mr J. Thorap said she son told hint wanted to see him ; that she was in a serious condition and that he was to blame for it, and that something must be done. He denied the charge to Thompson but went home and consulted with his wile about the matter. The next morning he arose early and took two horses to Mlllerstown, reaching Prof. McClure'a house at that-Ljdi- No. 26. rors in a newspaper are overlooked by Hale, in 1S64, She still survives him. those who have become attached They had only three children, one of through its perusal for years. They which is dead. Wm. C. Gray, who sometimes become displeased with it preceded his father's death eighteen McClure and Doyle Senon account of something which has months ; the two living are Mrs. tenced For Life slipped Into its columns, and may Shelby Ford and Mrs. Labe Truman, stop taking it, but absence ot the fas both living near Fordsvllle. David Gray, as he was commonly miliar sheet at their homes or offices To tho Ponltontlary For tho for a few weeks becomes a privation, called, professed faith in Christ at the Murdorof LydlnBrntchand they conclude to take it again. age of fifteen years and joined the or In August Last. Baptist church, of which he lived a No friendship on earth Is more constant than that contracted by a reader consistent member until his death.. One Minute) Romnnee. "No," said Evangeline Glenden-nin- for a journal that makes an honest In politics he was a staunch RepubliCircuit Court has been In session about 9 o'clock a m. Prof. McClute The first thing in sight were the as she looked down at the floor for a week and a half and ever since was not at home and Doyle waited flapping, sail-lik- e ears ol the mule as and nervously twitted her slim little and earnest effort to merit continued can, being the only man In Fordsvllle voting precinct who voted for Abra-hasupport. morning oi Tuesday the 3rd Inst until night for him to return. He he came over the little rise of ground; TIB EICaLDfCE W ST1UP of ras the fingers, "no, Alfred, I am sorry, but Lincoln in i860. the court has been engaged in the said that his object was to sell his two then the cart creaked Jn vlew.wlth Its U due not only to the originality and It cannot be." Hobbrd I ho Urnve. He was conscientious in his views, simplicity of tlia combination, but also tiial of one ot the most revolting, horses to Prof. McClure for money wheels crusted with red clay. The . A startling incident, of which Mr. Alfred Doncaster had loved the to the care and skill with wlilch It is dastardly, diabolical crimes that was with which to leave ihe country and and held rigidly to what he conceived clarity jonoweu aoout 10 icei oenina, beautiful gj,i ,rom the moment he John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the manufactured by aclentlflc processes ever committed In Hart county the to be right as evidenced in his politiMcwhen he told him his troubles ana seemingly unconscious uai ne haA firlf . t.., anA u. hait subject, is narrated by him as follows: known to the CiuroBMU Fio Bvbup j cal and religious faith. trial ot Prof. J. W. McClute and Rev Clure said that Doyle was a d n fool might 83 well ride. lie held an enorCo. only, and we wlah to Impress upon believed that she looked upon him "I was in a most dreadful condition, " A Friends all the importance of purchasing the Gregory Doyle jointly indicted for to be as old as be was and never in a mous jack rabbit by one foot and the My skin was almost yellow, eyes with more than ordinary favor. true and original remedy. As the the murder of Lydia Bratcher. woman tcrape before, and that for dust was marked by(he trail of the continno runn-x- o pay. But now his hopes lay shattered, sunken, tongue coated, pain genuine Byrnp of Jtlg la manufactured The accused were uiven seperate City dollars he (McCluie) would fix mule's ears in miniature. That is the way all druggists sell by the Cauronxu. Fio Sritup Co. and the future ttretched out black be- ually in back and side, no appetite Atonly, a knowledge of that faot will trials and the Commonwealth's things right end get htm out of his "Hello, uucle." said the white man, fore him. gradually growing weaker day by Grovb's Tasteless Chili. Tonic lor Malaria, Chills and Fever. It is simptorney elected to try McClure first. trouble and nobody would ever know as the negro drew nearj aaalat one In avoiding the worthleaa The strong, handsome young man day. Three physicians had given ly iron and quinine in a tasteless Imitations manufactured by other parThe delendent made a long hard fight It. Doyle said that he objected to the "Mawnin', boss, Yo' all wan' a sighed, and was silent for along time. me up. Fortunately, a friend advised loira. Children love It. Adults prefer ties. The high standing of the for his life and based his defense up plan and refused positively to have rabbit? I hate monstrous bad to sell Fio Britui Co. with the meditrying Electric Bitters;' and to my it to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, At last the sweet maiden said: on an alibi and the weakness ot the anything to do with it, but McClure 'ira, but de wagon's gwine right cal profession, and the satisfaction "Try to be brave, Alfred. Look at great joy and surprise, the first bottle 5e. which the genuine Syrup of Figs has evidence for the Commonwealth, accused htm of being a coward and long." I conmade a decided improvement. A man over in Indiana bought a me. See how I am beating up." glren to millions of families, makes which was, In the main, circumstanboasted that he had relieved forty or "How much do you want for him?" the name of the Company guaranty He turned toward her in wonder, tinued their use for three weeks, and bidstead, says the Hawcsville Clarion, of the excellence of iu remedy. It Is tial evidence. Having admitted near- City women of that condition and had "He's a monstrous fiueanimal, boss, and said: am now a well man. I know they ar.d the wood was so green that one far in adranoe of all other laxatircs, ly all the facts proved by the com- never jet had an accident, finally monstrous fine ; but I'se 'bleeged to "Why should you bid me do this? saved my lite, and robbed, the grave warm spring day it broke out all over a It acU on the kidneys, liver and monwealth tending to show him to said that he would do the work for take a quahtah for 'im ca'sede wag- What have you to bear up under?" of another victim." No one should with buds aud in a week was covered bowels without Irritating or weakendollars. Doyle said he on's gwinel" ing them, and It does not gripe nor be the guilty party, and having failed twenty-fiv- e She shrank back a little and re- fail to try them. Only 50 cts., guarall over with little groves of waving to prove his alibi, the case, alter able did not know Lydia was In such a nauseate. In order to get IU beneficial "Why don't you ride in the wagon? plied: anteed, at J. H. Williams' Drug Store. branches. Iu the autumn the children effects, please remember the name of argument by the attorneys on both condition only from what Mr. Thomp Ain't you tired?" j picked the hickory nuts from the side "Oh, Alfred, if you only knewl" the Company sides, was given to the juiy at be- son had told him, and McClure said A Kansas preacher has heard of plsces,and the next spring tapped the 'Who, me? Oh, yessah, yessah, "Evangeline!" he cried, catching tween four and five o'clock on Friday that if he could see her he could soon I'se Ured all tight ; I'se alius tired ; CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. her In his arms and holding her In a sensational methods and wanted to headboard for maple syrup. ax rtuxcuc. cl evening, and tbey returned a verdict tell. Doyle stayed all night at Mc. but yo' see, I done got dis yere rabbit strong embrace, "you love me I Ah, give his congregation a surprise. A HrWTlLIM. Ky. SIWTOII, Jf.T. on Saturday morning between nine Clure's and early next morning they Scanty Is DlooA Deep. wlf me, an' I kain't put nolmp'zltlon darling, you cannot hide the truth negro boy was taken into his confiClean blood moans a clean skin. No and ten o'clock in which they found started to Doyle's house, riding his on dat mule! Whoa, darl De wagdence as a confederate and stationed beauty without It. Cascarets, Candy CatharM. L. HEAVRIN, from me! Tell me, is it so?" the accused guilty of murder and fixed two horses. At Cub Run they tried on's gwinel" and keep it clean, by tic clean your "Yes," she whispered, "Hove you, in the loft just above the pulpit. To ilirring up the bloodliver and amine all ira- lazy his penalty at confinement in the pen- to buy some ergot and a pair of curThe darky was a picturesque old Alfred." the lad's care was entrusted a pigeon to Uegin Earities from the body. itentiary during his natural life. boils, blotches, blackheads, ling Irons from R. A. Logsdon but he fellow, and the heart of the transHARTFORD, KY. 'Oh, heaven," he groaned, "this Is which was to be turned loose in the and thatpimples, bilious complexion by taking sickly The trial of the co defendant, Doyle, would not sell thetu the ergot and hb planted southern man tttrred with refor ten rents. All drugWill prsctlce his profession In all the terrible, terriblel Oh, if you only church through a convenient hole at CascareU, beautyguaranteed, 10c,25c,S0c. courts of Ohio and adjoining counties was next taken up and the whole day curling irons being threepronged did membrance. moment. The church was gists, satisfaction hated me loathed me! Then my the proper and Court ol Appeals. Special attenSaturday was taken up in procuring a not suit. Doyle borrowed a pair of packed, the preacher stormed his de"Come on down here and have your fate would be less bitter." much use for one to get There isn't tion given to collections. competent jury and nine were accept twopronged curling irons from a lady picture taken for me, and I'll buy She was frightened, and drew away nouements, and raised his voice and oil that old chestnut now that work ed. The other three were found early nearby saying that he wanted them your rabbit and give jou a quarter be cried: "And the Holy Ghost descend-efrom him. cannot be obtained. The tobacco facMonday morning and the prosecution for his wife. They then went to sides," he raid. in a form of a dove," bnt no dove tory, the hub and shingle mills, the "Why," she asked, "do you want opened the case against Gregory Doyle's home and got their dinner. appeared. At the third outcry the elevator, loading lumber barges, hoop "I I kain't, boss. Fore de Lawd, me to hate you?" ATTORNEY AND Doyle, who, when COUNSELLOR AT LAW, closed Its evidence, the commonwealth At between one nnd two o'clock In I ain't got no time wagon's gwine, "Ah," he answered, "I might bear little negro boy's head appeared at the making, besides the employment for made full confessthe alternoon they left, riding the and ef ole Teb wenj home wifouten my own burden ; but how can I sur- "loft and cried out: "Pahson, a dam many in the woods, deny such a state(NOTARY rUBLIC) ion of the crime. The facts develop- same horses, and went to the vicinity me, Lizy mought tak hit iuter huh HARTFORD,- - - KHN fUCKY. vive, knowing that you, too, suffer?" cat done gone and eat up the Holy ment. In fact we never took much Will practice his profession in all ed by the evidence and related by of David Bratcher's home. Doyle di- haid ter larrup 'lm. Dat she mought, "Yet why should either of us suf- Ghost, but I get the cat. Must I frow stock In such talk. Hancock Clarion the courts ol Ohio and adjoining coun- Doyle were about as follows: rected McClure to the spot where be boss. 'Sides, I'se monstrous skecred fer?" the trembling girl inquired. her down?" The preacher was fired (Dem) ties and the Court of Appeals. Prompt Lydia Bratcher was a woman of had met Lydia and then proceeded to o dat pictur' takin ? dat I is. 'Scuse "Evangeline," he almost hissed, and is now preaching hbliness and attention given to all business entrust-,lair appearance, twenty seven years the house alone. He said he found me, sab." his care. "do not jest with mel Why should hellfire in Osweoga. Exchange. Offloo io lUrUDLiafcN building. old; had been married and divorced Lydia in a room alone and asked her But the white man overpersuaded we sutler? Are we not doomed to A rrlRtiUul Blander from her husband; had given birth to 11 it was true that she was In a shamehim and finally took him to a gallery, everlasting separation and misery? THE NEW WAY. Willolten cause a horrible Burn, Perry Westerfield, two children nnd ;vas living with her ful condition and if he was the cause where he whs photographed, rabbit Are we not to be " a Scald, Cut or rfrulse.GBucklcn'a when father, David Bratcher, about three of her shame. She responded that and all. He wasgAy; with fear T70MEN used "Oh," she interrupted, "you're not Salve-- te best In thewotld, will to ihlnk-r'f,y Ilea westward from Cub Run. Prof. bolbvftxejruclc said that he then ft was over and4neifcWt-hstt-in-going to let a little bluff stop you" kill 'the paid" and promptly heal it. ' rBi'aVKa Dam.Kt. male dlseasea'Z.3 McClure is a sharp shrew'd.lntelllgcnt offered to take her to the Home of the limp hand. The wjSman gave him right at the start, are yon? Did you could only'Do: treated after "IqS J. . Davidson, man, about torty-fivyeaisof age, re Friendless, or to support the child or a dollar and toTPhlm to take Brer want me to tumble Into ypur arms the Cures Old Sorest Fever"5dfer, "Ulcers, Skin Erupcal examinaof his farm and Jack home to Llzy lor dinner. The first thing, as if I had been" merely Bolls, Felons, Corns, all sides at Mlllerstown, In Gtayson to zive her one-ha- lf tions" by physitions. Best Pile cure oneaith. Only county, about fifteen miles from the divide his bread with her as long as generosity oveiwhelmed the old man. waiting for the word? You must be cians. Dread of a box. Cure guaranteed. 25 cts, IlARTKOHD, IvT., such treatment scene of the crime, and for the last he lived, but she said she would rathHe held the silver coin in his black new at this business." kept thousands of Sold by J. H. Williams, Druggist. Will practice bis profession in Ohio fifteen years had been conducting a er die than to be exposed. He then hand and looked from. It to the rabbit. women modest so angry that It Then she became and adjoining cuuuties. Special at- school at the place of his residence handedhera note which McClure silent about their Yo' yo' all aln' crazy, is yo'?" took Alfred Doncaster nearly seven Irritation Lane suffering. The Intention given to all business entrusted with a considerable degree of success. made him write and told her where he asked. He was assured of the of Is the forerunner to consumption. troduction minutes to win her back again. to his care. Office with County AtHe has an extensive acquaintance the doctor (as McClure was represent- stranger's soundness. Wine of Cardul has now demonwill cute Dr. Bell's Cleveland Plain Dealer. torney. of all the strated that throughout Halt, Grayson and ad ed in the note to be Dr.Slayton) could "D do yo' mean dat yose gwine It, and give such strength to the cases of menstrual disorders do lungs that a cough or a cold will not joining counties, but by many who be found He then went Into the gib meh dis an' de rabbit bofe?" Tout Throbbing; Ilmdnrbe. not require a physician's attention Would quickly leave you, if you settle there. Twenty five cents at all at all. Tho simple, pure have known him best and longest he room where Lydla's father was and "Yes, and here's a picture to take JC&vtf , was known to be profane, immoral she disappeared. In about half an home to your wire " He placed the used Dr. King's New Life Pills. good druggists. Forsaleby Z.Wayne Griffin & Bro. and imtcrapernte He is a man ot hour she returned bringing a water- tin type in the old man's fingers and Thousands of sufferers have proved HARTFORD, KY. matchless merits for Sick and Will practice bis profession in all family, having 1 wile and several melon which they ate and then he at once the mule turned an attentive their OUITUABY. Tbey make Headaches. the Courts of Kentucky. Special at- children, one of which we learn, is a left. Hartford, Ky., Jan. 14. 1899 D.W. ear toward the place, for the darky Nervous tention given to collections, settle- daughter about grown. taken In the privacy of a woman's pure blood and strong nerves and Gray died at his home, near Fords He soon got in company again with was hawing Kith the greatest glee. own home insures quick relief and ment or deccdeDt's estates, road cases Millers-town- . me shore's do worl' I'at's build up your health. Easy to take. vllle, Ohio county, Ky., December 5. "Dat's Rev,. Gregory Doyle Is a Baptist McClure and they returned to speedy cure. Women need not Office up and criminal practice. Try them. Only as cents. Money 189S, of disease of the brain. He had hesitate now. Wine of Cardul reyears old, a married Next day he returned to hip me. I rig'nlze dat s'pender button stairs nest door to Griffin'sdrug store. preacher, forty-siquires no humiliating examinaI reckon dat ole wo- - back if not cured. Sold by J. H. been afflicted with the disease for man, and the father of fifteen chil- home bringing both horses back. an' dat shurt. tions for Its adoption. It cures any Williams, Druggist. nearly four years; was confined to his disease that comes under the head JNO. B. WILSON, dren. He lives within about two That afternoon Lvdla Bratcher was man' 11 be dat proud yo' couldn' tech of "female troubles" disordered rod. Dat I duz. A bed six months previous to his death, l&v? miles of David Bratcher's. Some taken violently 111 and a doctor was huh wlf a Notice. menses, falling of tho womb, which time he "whites," change of We. It makes time about Scpfnber, 1897, he car- sect for but could not be found. Mrs. dollah, Brer Jack, an' mehl Kil yil" All persons having claims against the greater portion of HARTFORD, KY. women beautiful by making them uia Bratcher in the Thompson, of the neighborhood, a he laughed shrilly; then suddenly the estate of A. R. Oiler will present was almost entirely unconscious of attention given to col nally knew well. It keeps them young by SPECIAL making abstracts, &c woods near her father's big spring midwife, was then sent lor and reach- stopped and speculated. keeping them healthy. $1.00 at the same properly varified to me at his surroundings, not even recogniz the drug store. "See yere, boss, couldn' yo' mak the store house in Fordsvllle, Ky., ing his faithful loving wile, who had also Notary Public ior Ohio County. and be knew her again on the 18th ed the house about 11 o'clock that Office North sido of public square. For advice In ce! requlrlnr ipeclil day ot May, 189S. About a month night. She examined the patient hit unudderquahtah? I'se monstrous In which A. R. Oiler did bus- kept vigilance over him so long. directions, address, ctvlne symptoms, the "Udles" Advisory Department." In June, 1898, he saw her again and lound that a criminal operation glad ter 'comdate yo', sah, dat I Is. iness prior to his assignment, not was born in Shelby county.Ky., He later R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, The Chatunoor Medicine Co., Tenn. and she told him she did not feel had been performed upon her. That But hit war a turrible shock ter hab later thnn the 28th day of January in 1831 ; and was, consequently, sixright was afraid she was in a bed con- was on the night of August 24. The dat pictur' took, an' yose gittln' a 1899 at which place and time I will ty seven years old when he died. He W. I . ADDISON, M.D., Cary, M Its., lays: "I use Win of Cirdul intensively In Hahtford, Ky. dition. He saw her no more but on woman died on the 30th. While on bargain foh a dollah In brer rabbit be for the purpose of receiving said came to this county several years ago; my practice and And Ita most eicellent Will practice his profession in all the the third Sunday In August, 1898, he ber death bed she stated that Doyle long o' me!" preparation for female troubles." creditor falling to pre- was married to Miss Martha C. Hale, claims. Any Courts qf Ohio and adjoining counties was the cause ol her shame and de sent their claims at the time named, youngest child of Caleb and Sarah Collections carefully sod promptly atRegardless Of Age. scribed the man who met her in the within three months thereafter, his tended to. Office with T. J. Smith The kidneys are responsible for claim, properly verified will be deemwoods and performed the operation A Co., Market Street. Her statements led to the arrest of more sickness, suflering, and deaths ed to have waived his right to any R. R. WEDDING Prof. McCulre a few days later and than any other organ of the body. part of the assigned estate. Has Been Greatly Benefited by then in a day or two alter that Rev. A majority of the ills afflicting peoL. W. Godsey, assignee, of J. R. Oller. Doyle was arrested ot the soldier's ple today Is traceable to kidney 23 4t Hartford, Kt. m Will practice his profession in aH Congressman D, MoekUon or Ohio, writes camp near Lexington and brought trouble. It pervades all classes of 'Ihe Deadly flrlp In all climates, regardless of the courts of Ohio and adjoining here and confined in jail. McClure the following: letter to Dr. Hartmau. Is again abroad in the land. The counties. Also Notary Public. waived en examining trial and was age, sex or condition. chanced to rend your advertisement may be full ol Its fatal Dr. S. B. Hartman, Columtut, 0. Office, in Commercial Hotel. The symptoms of kidney trouble air you breathe The Right Remedy Will and was Impressed with ita. so much sent to jail at Elizabethtown for sale used several botDbab Sis:- -I have t toox that I decided to try a. a rheuman germs! Don't neglect the "Grip" or and feel greatly bene- keeping. They were jointly indicted lor are unmistakable, such as tles of Banish it Forever. eleven bottles and was entirely relieved you will open the door to Pneumonia permanently. beon afflicted murder st the September term ol couit tism, neuralgia, sleeplessness, pain or fited thereby. I bar of all pnln and cured Consumption and Invite death. When I began to tane a. 0. a. 1 was dull ache in the back, a desire to uri- and and as stated above the Commonwith any ease, Its sure signs are chills with fever, sit HARTFORD, KY. If you would forever bo rid of unable to not or stand Slnco taking tho Attorney, D J. Wood, elects nate often day or night, profuse or wealth's sleep, and could headache, dull heavy pains, mucous Will practico his profession in all tho the uches and pains, and eomo-tim- lust dose I have had no return of tho ed to try McClure first, who was scanty supply. discharges irom the nose, sore throat courts of Ohio and adjoining counties tho tortures producod by Hheumatism, and I tako creot pleasUric acid, or brick dust deposit In granted a continuance to this term ot never-let-gcough. Don't waste will be given to a Careful attention Itbeumatism, you must tako tho ure In recommending S. 8. 8 to any of clogged kidneys, and urine nre signs sutler ', court. 1ms tho Colbusiness entrusted to his care. richt remodv. ThOBO who con ono who disabling misfortune to , . . . filled precious time treating this cough disease." .. this me case 01 uoyie was given 10 .t.- - causing poisoned and germ uic lection j a specialty. Office over Ohio tinue to suffer aro rolying upon with troches, tablets, or poor, cheap acts with S.S.S is tho only euro for Rhou- County Bank. Also Notary I'nblis. jury Tuesday evening about 4 o'clock blood. Sometimes the heart remedies which do not reaoh their syrups. Cure It at once with Dr. matism, wmen is penitenti badly, and tube casts (wasting of the King's New Discovery, the infallible The dootor's troatmeut trouble. and a verdict of life lu the tho moat stubborn potaBh and kidneys) are found In the urine, always consists of ary was returned against him on of blood diseasos. In remedy for bronchial troubles. It mercury, wltich only intensify the Wednesday morning about 10 o'clock. which if neglected will result It is not intended disease germs, heals the X,&v? rlinnnnn. nniiaintr tho ioints to stiff Bright'a Disease, the most dangerous kills the to gtvoreliofonly, , The attorneys for McClure entered lungs and prevents the dreaded after HAitTt-onDen and tho bonoa to acho, besidos Kt, lint, hv nnmnlotolv form ot kidney trouble. Price 50 cts. a motion for a new ttial which was effects from the malady. seriously impairing tho digostivo CJ4V. 5 neutralizing tho All the symptoms and conditions Special attention given to all businew overruled by Judge Jones and It was and fi.oo. Money, back if not cured. organs. entrusted to his care. Office in Coast acid condition ot are promptly removed under the Inthought that an appeal would be A trial bottle free at J. H. Williams' House, tho blood it forces ui.nnmntl.m ! a illiordprcd state of V '- Hon. D. Mcekisok. fluence of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root- . ia rwv out every trnoo ol but since the confession and conStore. the blood, and the only cure for it I111 with catarrh of the head and fool en It has a world wide reputalon for its Drug remedy. Swift's Specillo (3, real blood viction of Doyle It is hoidly probable tho disoaBO nnd PATRONIZE Till? HOPKINS couraged to believe that continued cures ot "the most distressTUe Local If wapaper'a Hold. 8. S.lcoes down to tho very bottom of is will fully eradicate a that any lurther steps will be taken wonditful use ot VILLE STEAM Ml disease! of the blood, and promptly rids tho systom of it forever. It The attachment ol subscribers to a ing cases. disease of thirty years' standing. cures caaei that other remedies cannot In either case. Hart County News. Is fully newspaper No one need be long without it as Yours sincerely, Purely Vegetable Mr'. E. K. S. Olinkenbeard, a proml-heD. MEEKISON. it is so easy to get nt any drug store confirmed by publishers. So long as and ono thousand dollars roward The Nr.Hirr. attorney of Mt. Sterling, K., honorable and a Tho continued receipt ot endorseis offered to any ohomist who can A little boy In a neighboring town at fifty cents or 00b dollar. You can a paper pursues just, writes! ments like this for Dr. ITartman'a of judicious course, says the Springfield bottle of this wonderwas required to write an essay the have a sample "Two years ago I was a great sufferer prove that it oontaiusa partiole Prices great catarrh remedy, prove Its value wants of from Rheumatism. I had tried every mercury, potaBh, or any othot First class work guaranteed day. "The Newspaper" was ful discovery, Swamp Root, and a (Vt ) Uepoiter, meeting the other beyond question. Men of prominence remedy I could hear of except B. a, a mineral ingrodiont. S. 8. S. U Leave your laundry at everywhere are recognizing the merit ot reasonable his subject, and here is the result: "I book telling all about it, both sent to its customers In all respects, the ties I had been to Hot Springs, Ark., where tho only blood remedy guaranteed Shipped 011 Tursday between the subscriber u Post Office the under and are willing to glreexpres-sloI remained for twelve weeks permadon't know how newspapers came to you absolutely free by mall. Send of friendship to bo abaolutoly freo from minora) treatment, but I experienced no to their judgment because a certain, be In the world, I don't think God your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co., and the paper ate as hard to break up and returns on Thursday, and returned home, mixturos. nent relief, absolute cure for catarrh Is & publlo by an outside third patty as the links Lvuian Williams, Agt does, ior he hain't sot nothin' to say Bmghatntou, N Y. and kindly men that I would be sufferer as Books, sent freo by Swift Spo. good. All druggists sell longas I lived. At a time .when raj oifio Company, Atlanta, Qa. Hon that you read this liberal offer in which bind old friends In business or 'bout them, and 'editor' is not in the Educate Your newels WIIU Cscms. I Ask any druggist fori a free pains were almoit' unbearable, ' social life, Occasional defects and er- Candy Cathartic, cure eonillpatlbi forum. Bible, I think the editor Is one of the the Hartford Republican. lOe.Xo. IIC.O.O,(ili,aru(glsurfuiamastr. sa Almanac for 1890, missing links you 'ear about, and NO HATRED. stayed in the brush till' after the flood, then come out and wrote the thing up and has been here evcrsince. I don't She Wanted Him to Coax think he ever dies. I never saw a Her a Little. dead un, and never heard of one get Hng licked. Our papir is a mighty Sho Said "No," But Didn't poor uu'j the editor goes 'thout unwear no Think HowouldTako derclothes all winter, don't socks, and paw hasn't paid his subTho Bluff. scription In five years." g, m iav m Gaxi-jtobk- Attorney at Law J. S.R. Wedding, d o Attorney at Law Ar-pic- a e-' e Attorney at Law, nine-tent- Attorney at Wneof&rtui Attorney at 10-io- ot Attorney at Iaw Chittt-noc- Meekison of Ohio a. Attorney at Law, GoodBye, Rheumatism. es Pe-ru-- Attorney at Law, o !, Attorney at a. I ' Pe-ru-- iro aandry and nt pye Worlds. Pe-ru-- a. P-- ru .. wijaaBfitL JstoLZMkri jru M" fjmft. "'- jtH? should have been repealed and other and better laws enacted. Rut wcro they insufficient and did thoy invito taaneil I'rliliiyn by ! llARTroilllMTIII.INIII.NM COMPANY fraud? The history of elections in tho Incorporated. commonwealth is evidence of the fairs uess and justness of the former laws FON ROOKKS, ) and the fact that the Intelligence of rniTORS. Jno It, Thomas, J tho people of Kentucky sustained the former laws without n murmur is cvli Offlco on Fox Stroot. (lenco further elill of their justness. Rut, the Goobet law.what of it? What Subscription, $1 per year In ndvnnco is its purposo and its object? It must bo admitted by all unbiased men that at Hartford it is law Entered at the post-offienacted to ndvance tho ina as tccond class tnnil matter terest of unscrupulous politicians. Its purposo is low and vicious. Its object, FRIDAY, JANUARY ao. political fraud. It is a law which, i when thoroughly tiuderetood, must I'flll UCPniiSE.NTATlVi:. bring political death to Its advocates. We are authorized to announce Hon. R. C. Jornagln, of Beaver Dam, as a Tho people should understand it, they candid' for the nomination for Rep-ies- must understand il; and with a knowl-edg- n tative, subject to the action ol the of it, will ome the just reward Republican party. of its instigators. Attorney K. T. Miller is being A PinMisr.NT citizen of Louisville, favorably mentioned for the DemoEarnest McCoun, committed suicide cratic nomination for Representative. Tuesday at about 11 o'clock a. m. He Tuesday was n great day. Choun-c- was in his room ou the second floor M. Depew, of Now York ; Julius standing in front of a mirror when the G. Burrows, of Michigan, and Ciish-rafatal shot was fired that gave life to K. Davis, of Miunesotn, were death and ended his business troubles, elected to the United States Senate. He was a young man nnd secretary of the Kentucky Title Co. His business Messrs. Kooeks and Thomas, the relations with the company were pleasnew editors ef the Hartford Repub- ant nnd the company is in s lican, arc making that paper hum. condition. It appears that McCoun It is brighter and noweier and other had been unsuccessful in speculating improvements are noted. Louisville nuil had become involved financially. Post. He had had a severe attack of lagrippe aud being despondent and "blue" the We notice the Georgia papers are gloom of temporary insanity hung falling into the practice of publishing heavily about him and out of that bis a list of their delinquent subscribers soul passed into eternity. who owe for thrco years or more. This racket will be worked in Kentucky John R. Young, Librarian of the before many moons. Congressional Library, died at his home in Washington Tuesday. He SrAiN wants to sell her island posbegan his career in life as a copy boy sessions now since Uncle Sam has on the Philadelphia Post at the age of freed the most valuable of them. sixteen. By constant application he Spain's dependent territory rule is arose rapidly and finally became man fading before the light of American aging editor of that paper. He establiberty like her ships faded before the lished the Morning Poil, later became flying squadron. managing editor of the New York Tribune, and in 1870 established the Nelson Dinolf.y, the veteran ConStandard. He served as minister to gressman from Maiuo and author of was appointed China from 1882-- 4, whose death the Dingley tariff law, Librarian of Congress in June, 181)7, occurred at Washington Saturday, was by President McKinley. His success given a State funeral in the House of in life is due to bis energy, untiring Representatives, an honor seldom ac application and to his unwavering decorded dead statesmen. termination. Success is the reward Young Brown has of constant and determined applicaJohn given out a signed statement declining tion. ce y an first-clasGx-Go- v. Hartford Republican. OFF FOR CUBA. She Third Left Tuesday For Matanzas. Too Lato Now to Koop tho FnrexMiipie, Washington, Lincoln, Grant, Gatfield, Hamlin, Greeley, Third Kentucky From Tildcn, Hayes, ni.ine, IlmUon, nnd Going to Cuba. The Columbus, Ga., Jan. 17 Third Kentucky lefc the city this afternoon in three sections via the Central, the Georgia and Alabama and tha Southern road. The Second and Third battalions pulled out promptly at 3:30 o'clock, while the first battalion, accompanied by Col. Smith, I.lfut. Col. Henry, Maj. Saffians and Chaplain Thoui.is, left an hour or so later. The regiment will arrive in Savannah early to morrow morning. By noon is is expected that it will be aboard the transport Minnewaska, en route to Matanzas. As the regiment marched down Broad street, in front of the Rankin House, on the balcony of which stood Gen. Wiley and the officers of the division, the band struck up "Dixie." The first note was the signal for a rousing cheer, which cntne from the throats of the 3500 men in line, as well as the spectators, who fairly thronged the sidewalks. As Color Se geart Williams pasted beating the national flag another mighty shout went up. Williams is personally known to nearly every person in Columbus. "Hurrah for the flig'M and "Good bye, Williams!" were uttered in the same breath The men made a fine showing as they passed down Broad street. At the Union depot and the yards of the Southern road a vast throng assembled to tell the boys good-byThe officers of the Third Kentucky have been great social favorites, and tnr till- - nnr- - If Cmr1 tVinf Knoiptv had adjourned in a bodv to the trains. , , where its various members remained until the last coach pulled out. During the stay oftke Kentuckians In Columbus the regiment, as a body, has made more fiiends than any of the other regiments in the brigade. The regret at parting was mutual. The health ot the regiment is good, and the men go to Cuba well equipped for foreign service. ones that fiisk Into one's mind in a moment. Nearly three fourths of the men who have been chosen by the people for the great offices ot the nation are men who were early familiar with wooded hills and cultivated fields. Boils They All m Pimples Moan- HENFBOW BROTHERS' qWE! Aro Danger Signals, ing Impuro Dlood many others almoft equally conspicuous in cutrent events ol llvltib memory. Among journalists, Henry Wattcr.on tpent his early life in rural Kentucky, nnd Murat Halstead was born on n farm In Ohio: V II was born in a small New Jersey town, nnd early engaged in fie business of hip chandlery: Ru'.sell Sage was born In a New York village; Jny Gould spent his caily years on his fvher's aim in Nrw York etitte; Whlttler nnd IInwlls stent their ycutli in villages, the lormrrdlvi ling his time between farm employment and his studies. 1'ollow the list out for yourself, und see how long it will become. Kansis City Times. Van-derbllt with bolts anil pimples and also had constant iiraiUcbe. After taking Hood's BiraapArllU I was entirely relieved ol theso dlntcultlrs, and am now able to attend to my duties without feeling they aro a burden. Wo havo used Hood' In our family for a long time." Nina C. VanI'klt, Danville, Kentucky. "I was broken out ill over with large red blotches, which itched and bothered mo all the time. My alster recommended Ilood'a Saraaparllla and Hood'a Pllli, and after I had taken these medicines a iliort time I was In better health than I had bren for yenra and I am now cured." Mrs. W. D. Mteiu, Bowling Green, Ky. "I suffered Such Eruptions Aro Curod by Hood's Onrsnpnrllla. 'i liPlfflTPI . T . IIHZ37-.1 IbTarxo-ws- , v Isthe Ilest In fact the One True Dlood PurlOer. BoM by all drumlits. I'rlee. IU ill for l,V RJlh HUUU sarsa- & parllia retn after-dinne-r Hnnd'c DJIIc f1 nllli. aid digestion, see. Mulling. Senator Hoar has such a protound appreciation of his own rectitude and wisdom that he must lect that it was tempting Provideuce when the resident elected the very evening ol the day his great speech was delivered, when the echoes ol his eloquence were still reverberating, ns it were through the corridors of the capitol, to celebrate the signing ol the peace treaty by a dinner at the White House. Judge Day came on (torn Canto, and Whitelaw Reid from New York, nnd Mr. Hoar's imagination has become so Inflamed over the imperialistic tendencies of the times that he would not have been sntinised at anv mom ( ent this evening had the President sent tor him, as 'King Belshazzir sett lor the prophet Daniel to interpret some writing that had mysteriously appeared udou the walls ot the state . dlaB room -r- hicago Record. nenfnrNi Cnnot by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased poition cf the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by nn inflamed condition of the mucus lining of the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing, and when it is entirely closed deafness is the result, and unless the in IU mat ion can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten" are caused by catarrh, which ts nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cuie. Send for circulars, free. F. J. CuEnd & Co.,Toledo, O. m Sold by DruggTs, 75c. lip Cured llonr Mn lends that this work will probably mark the conclusion ol Count Tolstoy's literary career. Not merely on thl account., but because of the subje't treated, it will attract the widest nt tention, the world over. It is a pro found study of the life of man and woman, and treats ol the three phases ot love that of the) out h, that of the young man, and that of the man in mature ajje. The Cosmopolitan Magazine announces that it has secured the sole rinht of publication. i - ilf aVa3l JL- J rlHaBaaiiiiiiilMaaaB. lA aaUrtarf (J N-- P J TW tlKjBr' 9 ' JViaaBaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHK HaiBHKailiaaiaiiiiiiH aaEJakaW tiHBaaiaiiKaaiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilaiiiiiiiaiilBHaHIa V aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHaaBaaaiiSaflaflHKLVNUaflla "U'irl" liaVik Notlco to Ovorsoors of Roads. Section 4311 ol the Kentucky Statutes provides tlut the duties of the overseers shell be ns follows: "In counties wherein the roads are worked by bands allotted as hcreinbe- fure provided, the overseers shall have charge of the roads and bridges in their respective precincts, construct bridges and the roads, shall summons the hands to work the roads ; superintend in their and direct said work and keep the road and brtJges thereon free of obstructions and iu good condition for travel; and shall report to the neatest Justice of the Peace or to the County Judge any failure or refusal of any ot the hands ou his road to appear and do good work in obedience to his summons, and the number nnd length ot time of such failure." Section 4310 provides that overseers "For failure to perform the duties herein required of them shall, for each oflense, be fined lrom Gve to fifteen dollars. The fines imposed under this section to be recovered on warrants issued by and ttied before the Judge of the Quarterly Court." Section 4347 provides that shall be the duty ot the County Attorney to n make diligent inquiry as to any of this law, and cause to be instituted as are provided herein when such violation is Tho abovo is an oxacUlkonoss of Ronfrow Bros Store. -- : ; GREAT BARGAINS!:- - Don't forgot this house when you want to buy your Winter Dry Goods, Hats and Caps, Boots, Shoes, Groceries, &c. Wo do claim lo bo headquarters for every tiling in our lino and visit to our store will convince you. Wo have a full line of General Mcrehatiiliso, Nations, Cloaks,Kugs,Trunks, &c. We oiler (he in all at a very low price. Come to seo us and you can save money on your winter purchases. IE3e:ri.::r-w- m wk This to enter the race for Governor. action of the Ex Governor leaves the scramble for the Democratic nomination to Watt Hardin and Bill Goebel, with the chances in favor of the former. Col. W. J. Bryan in bis Denver speeches discusses the duties of legislators before the legislature and at the Coliseum speaks ntgreat length against Politically be is at a Imperialism. loss and wandering. The aspects of Silver Nature seems to have changed, and the needle of his political compass instead of pointing to the Presidency is pointing to destruction. Rfi'resentativc Curdy asked the War Department Tuesday to muster out the Third Kentucky and send the Fourth regiment instead to Cuba. The reply was "Too late, the Third is the better of the two." Uncle Sam knows a good thing when he sees it. Therefore ho will keep the Third. There is not a better regiment in the whole volunteer army, nor a better company than Company D. announced during tho meeting the Cabinet Wednesday that ho had finally passed on the personnel of the Commission to visit. and report on tho Philippine hU ands, ns follow: Messrs. Schuman, Deney, Otis, Denby and Worcester. '1 he Commission will investigate the political and social condition of tho islands aud report to tho government at Washington, recommending the uccessary changes iu government to promote the welfare of the people and advance our commeicial relations iu the islands. of President McKinley has undoubtedly exercised more authority under this government than any other citizen. When the war with Spaiu opened, the old Admiral was too far from home for the immediate direction of the War Department and he was left to fight the l'hilippiuo etd of the war under his own direction, aud how well he did Tho Presiit is a matter nf history. dent las just appointed it commission to investigate the coLditions of those islands and report a plan of government lor the people of the islands, und Dewey is chairman of that committee. It looks like the islands in peaco us iu wur will he left to the direction of thusago old Admiral. TiihiiK seems to be n disposition upon tho part nt the local Democratic press of Kentucky to sustain ami defend tbe Goebel elicliuu law. While they may lmve a legal right to defend that or any other law for the sake ui Democracy, yet there is a moral obligation resting upon tho press as well as upon Individuals, anil that obligation should ba guanUd most sacredly. The interest of tho people should ever b held above party Interest. If the election laws iu force pievious to the enactment of tho Goebel law wcro insufficient and failod to secure to tho peoplo justice at the polls, then thoy Admiral Dewey A Word lo Itie ftlir la SiiMclfut. Hall's Family 1?ilX.are tne best- Ely's Cream Balm has completely cured me of catarrh when everything "God is good to the Irish," was the else failed. Alfred W. Stevens, Cald motto inscribed over a pipe crossed on a whisky bt t'le, which the witty Dion well, Ohio. Ely's Cream Balm works like a Moucicautt invented for the coat of charm; it has cured me of the most arms of the "Shaughraun Club." obstinate cases of cold in the held; I This interpretation of the purposes of would not be without it. Fred'k Divine Providence would seem to be Fries. 283 Hart St., Brooklyn, N.Y. borne out by an article in the January treating of the Irish A loc. trial size or the 50c size of Cosmopolitan Ely's Cream Balm will be mailed. leaders of the nations, and showing Kept bj druggists. Ely Brothers, 56 that not only has England a Lord Warren St., N. Y. Wolseley, a Lord Roberts, and a Kitchener, but that Spam has a Duke M'Kliilry-I.rllrrTo Vtl.low. of Tetunn, Russia a General Obrutsch President and Mrs. McKinley sent efl, and Hungary a Viscount Taafe, their cards when they learned of net to mention on endless array of Ex Gov. Brown's card declining to folDingley's death, and the other Irishmen who have reflected enter the race for the Democratic lowing autograph letter was received honor upon their native laud, nomination for Governor sent Hardin by Mrs. Dingley: stock up 40 points. A large number Executive Mansion. The best way to avoid sickness is of Kentucky Democrats favor fair Washington, January 13. 1899, to keep yourself healthy by taking I have this Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great blood Dear Mis. Dingley: elections and ate for anybody who can beat Goebel, while another element, moment learnea of the death of your purifier. ulthougb in sympathy with the ballot-steali- distinguished husband and write to (IrHiiilnin nt'Thlrl) lliree. machinery ot the Goebel law, express the profound sorrow which Vincennes, Ind., Jan. 16. Knox Mrs. McKinley and myself feel for aro opposed for policy's sake to county lays claim to having the affliction. putting up the author nf the odious you in your great State, if We mourn with you in this over youngest grandmotherin the United-Statestatute for the first ofiico in the State, Her name is shadowing los3, which will be deeply not in the and these elements will now flock to Mrs, James Burke, and she is barely felt by the whole country. From my 1 Deckers, a the standard of the Mercer silverite. long and intimate association with 33 years old She lives small sution south ol this city on the Goebel was supposed to have the solid him beit comes to me as a personal Hvansville & Ttrre Haute railroad suppoit nf Eastern Kentucky until his reavement. Her daughter lteitlia umrird J hti kneckout by the State Central ComA great consolation in this sad Midlcifftwo ye it ao, and t them a mittee at Lexington last week and it hour is the ri collection c f Mr. Ding little daughter v. as born this week. is now possible that Hardin may give ley's exalted character, his domestic The mother of tho child is not quite Central virtues, bis quiet, useful, dignified him a tight for Louisville. and Western Kentucky being remote life and long continued und faithful 15 years old, while the itlier is but The combined iges of tlie father from the headquarters of tho Goebel public services in behalf of his fellow 19 citizeiu, who will always cherish bis and mother is but'one jcar older than machine will pretty generally support the grandmother; grandmother mothHardin and it looks at this time very memory as Hint c.f a great 1 tesman er, father and child is only ico years, and true patriot. With sympathy, inui'h like ho will wiu. However, jet this lepieseuts thite generations both are regarded as weak candidates brieve me always, sincen ly, William McKini.ry llriniiihk" I'liKtHt Hie Itrpiibllrnu nnd it is bareiy possiblo that a durk Charleston. W Va , Jan. 16 The horse may yet carry ol!' tho prize. Mopped lb lnprr. House to day sut d J. A. Logan, of ' Once upon a lime." rnys the Monroe county, the Democratic conAliuul Ciitnrrh. Houtzlale (Pa.) Journal, "a man got testant by subtly patty vote, and It is caused by a cold or succession mad at the editor and (topped the of colds, combined with impure blood. paper. In a few weeks he sold b's took up the Taj lor Cuunty contest Its fj nipt 0111s are pain in the head, corn at 4c less than the market price. case The mojirlty repott cf the discharge from the nose, tinging Then his property wob sold for taxes committee recommended that the seat unitts iu the ears, It is cured by because be didn't read the Sheriff remain vacai.t ponding the cmitest Hood's Surfapr.r.lh which purifies sale. He paid $10 for a lot ol forged and the Republicans contended that should be seated. The the. blood, soothes and notes that had been adveitUed two Brohard and emicht-J)euiocrit- - 38 and rebuilds the tissues and relieves all wieks and the public warned against House now Republicans 33 the disagreeable fensstfons. them. He then rushed to the printTill- - i:tiKlr, KIiik ol All IllriM, Hood's Pills tore all liver ills. ing office and paid several years' sub. Is noted lor its keen sight, clear and Mailed for 5c by 0. I Hood & Co., tciipt'on in advance nnd find the ed. So nie those persons an agreemetit he was to distinct vl'lt'ii itor Lowell, Mass. knrck him down if he ordered his who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve for weak tyes, htyes, sore eyes or any thu I. Mr l.miKrul. pap;r to be stopped agnin." Neuvllle's table of professional kind nr granulated lids. Sold by nil mej give the following averages ol I'nrinrr llojn. dealers nt 25 cents,' For stile b) .. There are some people foolish Wayne Gilflin & flro. the length of life In 1, 000 cases, taken for illustration! clergjmen, 67; far- enough to laugh at the homely virs 7; tues of a farm life. They are fortunmers, Cy, teacheis, 59; merchants, The event of the literary year will lawyers, 54; ph) icians, 5a Kasptr's ately tew, nnd they are foitunately be, undoubtdly,the great novel tip-- u table shows that the peicentage in growing fewer; but it Is well some which Count Tolstoy has bren laborKngland of those who become 70 years times to look at the list of great men ing in order thi.t be may devote the old la as follows; Clergymen, 42 per who Came up from the farm not all proceeds to the transportation to Can-o- f them, for that would fill a thous- - ada of three thousand Russian Quak-an- d cent,; farmers, 40; meichauts, 33; teachers, 37, volumes, but some ol the notable ers. It Is generally believed by his a -1 I 1 s 1 Tun editors of this paper feel greatly complimented by the free use of the scissors upon its editorial columns by the editors of the local and Louisville papers, but must confess that we were exasperated to seo in at least three of our exchanges our own editorials run as original matter, but the climax waB capped Monday when a Louibville paper came out with our "Goebel law roast" credited to a neighboring paper that bod stolen it from our issue of January Gtu. Our first impulse was to rush over to the paper in question and knock down the forms, steal the sticks, poison the printers, raze the devil and boom the editor as a Democratic candidate for the legislature on the Goebel platform, but after consulting our attorney, we have decided to forego present vengeance aud if the offense is repeated, we shall expose tho thief in an article that will fall little short ot grounds for a libel suit. Washington, Jan 17 Representative Clardy saw the Assistant Secretary of War today, and asked that the Third Kentucky regiment be mus tered out of the service and the Fourth Kentucky substituted in its place. Mr. Meiklejohu stated that it is now too late to grant this request, as the Third Kentucky has orders to move. Mr. Mclklejohn also said that the Third Kentucky was a superior regiment to the Fourth, nnd was the proper one of the two to see service in Cuba. Bros. gmw:!& 'It I HARTFORD COLLEGE, HARTFORD, KY. asceitained." Complaints are coming to me from all parts of the county in regard to the bad condition of the roads and the failure of the overseers to work or keep the roads in condition for tr.ivd, I therefore desire to call the attention ol the overseers ol Ohio county to these plain provisions of the law aud give them an opportunity to work the roads and make them free of obstructions and in good condition lor travel before any prosecutions are instituted. Every road in the county should be worked and put in good condition for travel on or before the first day of May, 1899 Yours very respectfully, M. L Heaviun, Third Term opens Jan. 16,1899. Summer Term opens June5, '99. Sovon full courses of study. Strong Faculty of Ton Toachors. Diplomas nccoptoci In tho boat Universities. EXPENSES. Tuition per Term ot ten weeks $800 Twenty weeks (m niWance) IS 00 Summer Term, fivi weeks 5 00 Hoard in private families per week 2 00 Club board nt your on price. Several clubs already organised. County Attorney. $8ir Write for Catalogue. r H3 3V. T.J. MORTON, frss. O. M. SHULTZ.Viiefm. CoMs ImBS! feet wet and take told jfivc them a hot foot bath, a bowl of hot drink, a dose of Aycr's Cherry Pectoral, and put them to bed. The chances arc they wilt be all right in the mornlnp. Continue the Cherry 1'ictoral a few days, until all cough has dis- When the children get their tfl W fc'Y o appeared. Old coughs arc also cured; we mean the coughs of bronchitis, weak throats and irritable lungs. Even the hard coughs of consumption are always made easy and frequently curcJ by the continued use of 17P ? fill ", .Mil "!m a :. ii 4 -- 'Chary Put ono of " J A housekeeper living in Pcnnsdale, Pennsylvania,' had a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very obstinate, but after using about one dozen cartons Ripans Tabules, was greatly benefited, and now only uses I do all I can toward them occasionally. recommending Ripans Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them in the house for future use. Am forty years old. A 4ruMon-roainrao- Everv doctor knows thai wild cherry bark is the best remedy anown in mcuicai science ror soothing and healing InlUmcd throats and lungs. 1 Dr. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your Fungs now tiara iotnaof Ilia molt eml. i.iif.iciani iu ma uullru Mulvl. Unuiual ofpurluiiltltt ana long mi.ttl. iic tuilnriiili Ol Ultra (or airing rou Die.l c J,lc. writ IimIjt .11 lb parUculart In rour Wa .iBiii Tho Boat Motltoal AUvIca Freot aaw it jUput iT aonuinlnar 111. low m KtrtM irl,-i!,- Oor.ui tuoua No. 10 npruj.Vu.rt. H.w YoM-- or o frown, fnl In pap.r rton li ni.ijrd for lh tier i!iKf!iSJ!I?iJjf KUil a uiwi. crtouiT.! rrU?t "L h?H, foVaiit? unkMpn. . at iwUr rtoni 11S1SSJ auui a " AilJruiLllr.J.fl. r.Uwll.Uu.. irvn 4 Subscribe for The Republican li i anfe: V mJZ. .unit. , ylv-- -- - m9am"'z:22zi-ammLmmfmmmmmmmmtKUKBKBKKKKBKMiRUKtKKi- KM ppf Bipw,yPiPnroy i in t. t."inpn Off With the Profits. OUT VflTH THE GOODS. No "Racket" Here. Except tho one the people are making-ovesale. We our grcn4 nmrk-dowvncate our present quarare going to ters in March, and we had rather loose money on our present Winter stock than move them, hence this sale. No "racket" ahout it! A plain, honest business proposition. Come, look into it. Buy now to your own profit. n r I'-i- 0 4L R sABSc&vzEEtf IMYU "Pure CO , Baking Powder Makes the food more delicious and wholesome ttAr Hfl PQWttB IfW VQjtf Bed Comforts and Blankets. During this tale we will ofler the best values of Comforts and Blanket on the matket 65c tor extra heavy Kobe Print, a regular $1.00 Comfort for 65c. 85c lor an extra large Robe Print Comfort, worth $t 25, now 85c. 50c for i -- 4 White, Gray or Tan double Blanket, 4, sold everywhere lor 75c. $1.00 for heavy weight, double Blanket would be cheap at fl 25. 11-- Bed Spreads. ' One lot of extra size spreads choice for 75c regular $1.00 spreads. Capes and Misses5 Jackets! clean-uof this line has come. Misses Jacks eU St 50 ages 6, 8, 10 and 12 years former price $2.50. One lot Ltd Ira' Black double Capes, fur trimmed, air wool, worth $2. 00, your choice for ft 29. Plush ,Capes now $2, $2 50 and $4 former price $4 $S and $6. Don't miss these. Better buy now than next sea son at twice the .money. One lot Children's long Cloaks lormer price $5 now ft 50, the very thing for school wear. p The time tor the final Men's Overcoats & Mclntoshes! ' Good, heavy, all wool Overcoats sizes to suit you former price $5 choice now $3 50, One lot ol Hoys' union Beaver overcoats former price $4 now $3, ages 14, 15, iG, 18 and 19 years. Men's wide wale Mclntoshes former price $2.00 now f.1.78 Men's all wool Mcln toshes $3 69 gold 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' OJd Coats and Vests at exactly half price. Come and see jhetn. About the middle of March the Messrs. Fair & Co. the popular dry Henry Field & Son have a few goods merchants, will move into the Collins property, now occupied by mote disc harrows for sale cheap. the Jew firm, Bach & Co. Fair & Mr. J M. Holloway called Wednes day and presented the KitcunuCAN Co. have always been very popular have conducted with a new subscriber. Thanks. merchants here and an extensive business in Hartford for May others "go thou and do like, a number ot years. The change will wise." not take from their excellent trade as Attorney J. S. R Wedding has re- once a customer of theirs means moved his office to the office long ocfriendship and many times a customcupied by Walker & Hubbard, and er, and they will follow. now known as The Republican We are glad to learu that Captain building. Ben Hudson, of the steamer Seloto, Is Mr. Lee Long, a popular young to get married soon. The lady of his merchant of Rochester, and Mrs. Ger choice is Miss Eva Clark, of Rumsey.trude McKenney, of Beaver Dam, were Capt. Hudson is an excellent young married at the residence of the bride man, worthyoi the esteem, confidence, Wednesday. and love of the fair lady, whose heart Field & Son have secured an extra he has been so successful lb winning. stable and now have ample rouru to Socially up is courteous. ''attentive, As a business all their customers. and companionable. accommodate The politest attention and the best of man, he is honest energetic and de terrained and never falls to win the feed lor your horses. confidence of those by whom business Scbroeter, the leading Green river Is intrusted to his care1. Capt , the Photographer, is now at Hartford. realization of your fondest hopes is Call and see his work. His Photo the wish of the Republican. Buttons are the fads of the day, also We understand that ourrenterpris his Photos are finer than ever. Ing townsman, Mr. T. L Griffin, inMaster Cleve Iter is agent in Hart tends bedding a variety of sweet poford tor the well known Richmond tatoes that will cost about (9 per barSteam Laundry, which does rel. They are sure to revolutionize work at popular prices. He solicits sweet potato growing in this locality, your patronage. Leave your laundry as he expects to sell some slips at at tne sauuiery snop 01 i.ikchs x half the price the same klad could be tf Her. bad for elsewhere. Mr. Griffin also Last Saturday was Teachers' pay intends selling Bulst's thoroughbred day. Notwithstanding the high wa- seed, if so he should have large patter and deep mud, quite a number of ronage, as Bulst's seeds are classed the faithful made their way" "over among the very best seed sold In land and sea" to gel the little mite Amerlca.but In case he carries out the due them for their labor and worry of aforesaid intentions, his ad. will apspirit. pear in our columns in due season. any and all kinds of plows call on Henry Field & Son. - first-clas- s . 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 re duced price than make a Doctor bill. We hive the goods the J f price will please you. Now, as we said In the beginning, this is no "Racket "These goods MUST MOVR. THF.Y MUST BE SOLD in the next 60 days It will pay you to come twenty miles lor these goods. i We are not going to leave Hartiord. After the middle of March you will find us one door ahove 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.! wKrnhorse FRIDAY. JANUARY 20. at Fie,d,s 8,abU Farming implements of all kinds, for sale by Henry Field & Son. ILLI Beaver Dam, Kv X Time Table. We can sell a man's Suit at $2 50, boys 50c, Overcoats and ladles Wraps Carson & Co. for less than cost. NORTH BOUND. 4:41 a. No. 204, Fast Mail No. 232, Accomrnodation..5:01! a. No. 222, Accommodation. .12.41 p. 5:62 p. No. 202, Fast Mall- No. 204, Local Freight. . . .8:10 a. SOUTH BOUND. 12.20 p. No. 203, Fast Mail No. 231, Accommodation. ..8:37 p. No. 221, Accommodation. 12:25 p. 10:30 a. No. 201, Fast Mail No. 293, Local Freight . . . .2:40 p. Omnibuses day at 9 and leave Hartford 11a. m. and 4 p. m. very successful protracted meeting is reported to be In progress at the new Baptist church near Small A as ui. house. m. Our esteemed friend, Mr. Sam m. a very severe attack of pneura. monia. It is hoped, however, that m. his Illness will not be fatal. Mrs. E. W. Johnson died suddenly of heart failure at her home in Terre FOR NAI.K OK HF.MT. Haute, Ind. Mrs. Johnson was a The Commercial Hotel, situated on sister of the Thomas Bros., of this Field's 'bus meets all trains at the best business corner In Hartford, place, and was born and reared here. Beaver Dam. is for sale or rent on reasonable terms She leaves a husband and two chilpnrtles-only- . For terms Photographer Taylor will make to responsible write to or apply in person to G. J dren, two sisters and three brothers. pictutes In Hartford every Monday. Bean or J, P. Sariderlur, Hartford, Hej many friends here were much grieved to learn of her untimely Sheriff Stevens Is at his office again Ky. 27 death, after being confined to his home with The Woman's Club will meet with Mrs. J. S. R. Wedding to morrow ru. evening at 2 p. m. All members of ru. the club are requested to be present. ra. All accounts due on subscription ru. ra. were transferred by Mr. Anderson to the present managers who will grateevery fully receive the same when tendered. grip. : Mr. Robert Reddish came in and subscribed for the RltruuucN Wed" nesday. Mr. Ham Miller, of Beaver Dim, made us a pleasant call while In town this week. Mrs. M, L Heuvrin and Miss Annie Allen were pleasant callers Wednesday at this office Tested and Tried j For 25 Years I Would, you fool porfootly to nut all your monoy In a now bank? Ono you Bafo . r I IF The Nineteenth Century Circle will met tat Miss Annie Newton's Saturday the 21 inst. at 2:30 p, m. Mrs, J, H, Thomas, Mrs, J, L. Rowe and Mrs. Lucy Klein made Tun Republican a pleasant call Monday. I S havo Juat hoard of? uuc now nuuui. uu uiu VinnV 9 Ono that has dono 2 buBlnoss for ovor a quartor or a oontury? Ono that has always kept Us promises? rinn Vint, nnunr fulled : ovor n S misled you In any way ? A 11 YOU OOUiu iruBt buuu u uuua, jj S couldn't you? , t a Mcintosh Coat $1 40; in cotton and all wool Coats at $3 50. Carson & Co, Mr. O. B. Likens Is able to be out again. We are glad to see Gabe up and stirring, though he be on crutches All Wool Flannel 13c, lots of Dceas Goods to close a" wholesale prices. Carson & Co. Messrs. Henry and Lark In Griffin are recovering front a severe attack of the grip, and ate now able to be Of SCOTT'S EMULSION COD-LIVER I OIXj like ouoh a bank. Ithasnovor dUappolntod you, novor will. nevor dooolvod you, It haswill. novor Look out that somoono does not trv to nmko you Invest your health In a new J tOniO, BOmo now uivuiuuio g you know nothing or. yte. aai l.oo ttl dnibu. SCOTT A BOWNE, ChtmUu, Ntw Voik. M HYPOPHO8PHITE8 WITH S Is Juet 3 out again, SkMrtttitekfetttMitttitftktettriiteM years. A great number of visitors were present as well as the students who took up the work of a valuable and Interesting course of studies. Hartford College has at present a stong faculty and each term grows successful than more the pres ceding one, and at present It offers to its students a course of studies 8.00 Tuition per term of ten weeks . . which developes (n all directions pro. . - 15.00 Tuition two terms In advance ducing an attractive IdeaL, Mr. Robert E. Lee and Miss Alice Board, room, fuel, lights, etc., in good families per week 2.00 Among the new pupils who have Muris were married at the residence Tuitlon,boatd,room,etc.per term of 10 weeks In advance 26.50 matriculated are Maggie Davidson, of Mr. "Buck" Mitchell, near Sulphur Club board at your own price. Organization of two clubs has already Beaver Dam; Randolph Wedding, Springs, Tuesday evening, Rev. Glv been made. Those desiring to enter club should inform us at once. Each town; C. L. Patton, Adabnrg; John ing. ens officiating. The Rspuiilican exTrot your candidate forRepresenta member will furnish his own bedding, etc. and provisions. By this means II, Magna, Sulphur Springs; Miss tends congratulations to the popular Mattle Pirtle, county; Miss Ruth tlve out and let usknow whnt is be- the cost of board is materially reduced, young couple and wishes them a hapfore us, not that we are uneasy or E. R. RAY; Pfes. TAYLOR, viet Pm. S. C. STEVENS, Sec'j. Shultz, Narrows; Lonnle Milburn, py voyage down the great river that W, S. Young, Laurel fearful of defeat, but just want our Whltesville; flows unceasingly nloug toward the county; Wallace Riley, county; Gey-to- n man to be up and going. thundering cataract of itTirlty. Success to you and the Republican Showu. Beda; Jackson, Sam party. Sue. Mr. A. W. BeLirett tecently closed Bllbrough, Centeitown. The Literature class, Prof. Shults very successful school In District a Ceralvo, Ky. No 87 The school extended to this teacher, ga.ve an entertainment at ' excellent young man their sincere College Hall Friday evening. Each Captain P. Jones Is quite sick oi thanks tor and hearty appreciation ot mernoer 01 tne class aeuvereu orations his ever willing aid, and expressed to which reflected credit upon themselves , grip. For Another season. Wo have three reasons for not wishing to do so." Mr. Adolphus Hill and Mhs Sallle him in resolutions the trlbutt, "This and Instructor. school has been as successful as was Miss Lucy B, Townsend, teacher in Morris were married at this place First We need the room ior our spring stock. Second Goods do by Rev. J, II. I ever taught here." He goes to George the Intermediate department Is absent Wednesday afternoon not improve with age. Third We can uio tho money luvested in bride Is a handsome ( town to attend school through the on account of sickness, in her absence Richardson. The Is a popus . them to a better advantage. Theroforo we will fa trarher In this dp. young lady and the groom Mr. H.indnlnh spring aud summer. Iar young man. in i ( pirtment. Are Mmtn NlroiiK, Wrnu Ej-Mrs. Cassleuriutn.ol Hickory Hill, Prof. Shults' talk Monday morning dim vision made clear, styes removed Arkansas, who has been visiting her was much enjoyed, Student, and granulated lids or sore eyes of parents at this place tor several any kind speedily and effectually The following lines: Overcoats, Underwear, Flannels, Wiuter Boots months, returned to her home Saturs roH NAI.K. cured by the use of Sutherland's Eagle One Iron Gray Mare, five years old, day, Eye Salve. It's put up In tubes, and and Shoe, Glove and all other Winter Goods. This it uo catch. Wt fifteen hands high, broke to ride and sold on a guarantee by all good drugMr U lysis Paxton closed a very sucgist. For sale by Z, Wayne Griffin St. work. She Is a first diss animal In cessful public school here Friday. mean business. Come, examine and tee for youeelves. every respect, will sell her for a rea Bro. On last Wednesday evening at 6:30 m m oronttme, If on sonable prlce--c-sh i for flflr Ceula. note with approv o'clock, Rev. J. II. Richardson solemn OuarutiUJoJ tobacco bablt oum, makea weak time, party to give ed security. Apply at this office, tl ized the rites of maitlmony between J BMaitrouir, blixxl pure, too, II. All druggUU. to-d- ay, Col-leg- The spring term of Hartford Col '" Black Stovons. lege opened Monday with quit: a The many friends of Mr. Thos. H. large number of new students in at- Black, Ohio county's most popular tendance. The prospects for the last young Jailer, will be delighted to learn half of the year are very promising. that on Sunday, January 29th, he will Hartford deserves a good school and lead to the hymenean altar the charm-ii- g shebas it. young lady of his choice, Miss Mr. C. II. Noble, rcpresentitive of Lola Stevens. The union is the re the United States Life Insurance Co., suit of a long and devoted courtship, has made us several pleasant calls. begun In the bloom of youth and He is a nice, entertaining convcrsa-tionalis- t. cherished through five long happy years. Mr. Noble is a conscienMr, Black is one of the most popu tious insurance man and is working Iar joung men in the county. To up a good business. know him is to love hlra.i His friendFrom now until January 28th, we ship is a treasure to possess. His will sell all Calicoes at 3Jc, Apron pluck, energy and unwavering de check Ginghams 3 'c, Hoosier Cotton termination have wotfVDijhlm success 4c and Columbia Shirting 6c. These in every undertaking ot hliSife and his prices arc for cash only or for good sociability, personal worth and sterCountry Produce. Carson & Co. ling integrity have treasured for him Mr. R. T. Collins will occupy the the confideuce and esteem of a host of storeroom of the Ohio County Bank friends. building immediately after Messrs Miss Stevens is a daughter ol Ex Fair & Co. vacate. He will engage In SherlO James P. Stevens, and is one the dry goods business and will carry of Ohio county's brightest and most a full line ot everything to be found accomplished young ladles. She is a in a first class store. His will be an splendid type ot Kentucky woman excellent stand and we predict for him hood, and will make for the groom a a lucrative business. typical helpmeet. The people of Hartford extend to Col. Dent, ol the Mutual Life In the young bride a most hearty welsurance Company of Kentucky, paid come and congratulate Mr Black iu the policy held by the estate of the winning the hand and heatt of such a late Samuel L. Casebler Wednesday. noble lady. The company which Col. Dent repreThe rites of matrimony will be sol sents Is very prompt and never conemnlzed nt the borne ot:,the bride's tests a policy that is just. He is well father at 3 p. m , January 29th. No known here and the people have abidcards will be issued, but the friends ing confidence in his integrity. and relatives of the con reacting pars Mr. S. R. Dent, agent ot Mutual ties are cordially invited to be present. Life Insurance Company of Kentucky, Tub Republican wishes the m all is here. He has written some of our the joys that they may wish. bett citizens. Mr. Dent's Company is greatly appreciated here. The policy is incontestlble from date of Issue. The opening ot the third term of Gives paid up insurance, extended Hartiord College, Monday morning Insurance, or cash value after two payment and annual cash dividends. was one of the most successful in vicinity, regret their departure. Hs. pecially does your correspondent and his family view their with sad hearts, as it has been our good fortune to have lived within a stone's throw of them for over a year, and we learned to love them for their many rare virtues of head and heart. Miss Artie assisted Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Royal In copying the Assessor's books for this year, which work was done in such a manner as to evoke from Judge Miller Ibis appreciated compliment: "The best shape of any Assessor's books I've examined for several years." Leafy, little daughter of Isaac A. Wester field, who has been quite sick for some weeks, we are pleased to re port her much better at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Pyle and daughter, Miss Hennie, cf Southwest em Missouri, who have been on an extended visit to Mrs. Pyle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. McDaniel, have decided to make this county their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Pyle are very pleasant and agreeable people and we are glad to have them remain with us. Mrs. Laura Royal is on an extended visit to relatives near Select this week. Messrs. W. W. and E. M. Royal returned from Owensboro last Thursday, having just delivered tobacco in that city. Mr. and Mrs. J. Amos Cheek, of Trisler, paid Mrs. Cheek's parents, Mr. and Mrs J. T. Wallace, a visit Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Haltie M. Royal and son, Fells, spent several days with her W. W. Royal, and at her father, I. T. Wallace, while her husband was in Hartiord with the Board leave-taking father-in-law, Mr. Clarence P. Morris and Miss Zula LIVE STOCK MARKETS. Bratcber. May the flowers of peace . i. LOUISVILLE. Jan. 16. Having promised the edi- and prosperity bloom in their pathtors of Tim Rdpublican that I would way. Cattle Extra shipping , $4 60 4 90 The Select School here will begin contilbute something for publication Lelght shipping . . 4 35 4 60 In their excellent paper, I hasten to January 23d with John H. Wood as Best butchers 4 Co 4 25 teacher. comply with that promise. Fair to good butchers 3 26 3 90 Mr. William Smith Is quite sick at Com, to med. butchers 3 00 Riv. F. M. Winfrey, of Hancock 3 40 county, has been conducting a pro. this writing. Good to extra oxen . 3 25 4 00 Rev. J. II. Richardson being ens traded meeting at Washington Com. to med. oxen . 2 25 3 25 gaged In a meeting at Hopewell, Rev. M. E churc'a, South, for several Feeders 3 75 4 25 William Berry filled his appointment days, but owl-to the very Inclement Stockcrs 3 50 3 85 here Sunday night. Louis. weather, the attendance has been , Veal calves 5 25 5 75 small and the meeting has not been Milch cows choice . 30 oc37 Sn Tha Brut PrrcrlMlan far Chill and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's Tast-les- s successful. Fair to good 15 00 20 00 Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; Mr. J. T. Wallace, member of the packing St why experiment with forthless then County Board of Supervisors, end Imitations? Price, butchers, 225 to 300 lbs 3 65 50c. County Assessor G. D. Royal, who Fair to good packing, 180 have been In Hartford since January to2oolbs 3 60 3 65 Good to extra light, 160 1st, arrived home on the 12th. They will return to the county seat again on to 180 lbs 3 Co 3 65 the 24th, at which time the "Board of Fat shoats, 120 to 163 lbs Raisers," to hear corns Grip 3 35 City In plaints from aggrieved tax payers. Fat shoats, 100 to 120 lbs The public school at this place un-d3 10 3 is Pigs, 6a to 90 lbs . . 2 50 3 10 the efficient management of Prof. C. B. Soper came to a clce Wcdness noreruineiit Jlnclilnerj A I mo I nt n Roughs, 150 to 400 lbs 2 75 3 25 day. Mr. Soper Is a good teacher and Sheep & Lambs-Gooto Hlnndkllll. Enorinau 1'rrcenlRire seems to be especially liked by the extra shipping sheep 3 so 375 ol Employer! Slrlrken Willi l.n- people of this district, having taught 1 Fair to good 3 25 3 50 Cnpllol nt Ilia Merry Common to medium . 2 50 his first and last school in this dls 3 00 , ol the l'lagac. Bucks trict. The school just closed being 2 25 2 so his third school here. JIe and bis Extra spring lambs., 4 25 4 50 The grip epidemic is raging in the wife talk of moving to Davidson St as Best butcher lambs . 4 75 5 00 Capitol Cityf ant" fully one third of tlon soon, and In the event they do Fair to good butcher the government employees are sick or lambs the best wishes of this people follow suffering from the dread disease. 4 00 3 50 them to their new home. 2 00 3 00 Violent headaches, fever and chills, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver McDaniel and Wheat No. 2 red and longbetry sneezing and running at the eyes and No. 3 red and longberry 69c; retheir estimable, handsome and accom- nose together with the bone racking 71c; less; on levee jected plished daughters, Misses Armilda, aches and pains less. and a general exhausArtie and Ambia, after a four years tion are the rule Corn No. 2 old 40c; No. 3 new rather than the ex- white residence in this community, removed ception. 37c; No. 3 new mixed 36c. The best way to fight the to their old home near Haynesvllle, a Grip is to Oats No. 2 white 32c, nominal; strengthen the nerves and few days ago. Your scribe, in com No. 2 mixed 30 build up the resistive powers so as to No. 3 nominal; No. 3 30. mon with the people generally of this throw of the deadly disease germs, fc Friendship, Ky. .... Sta-tlo- n .... Hogs-Choi- ce WASHINGTON CONQUERED. Takes the Iron Grasp. Its d llf .... Tail-end- s 28c iic 3o3ic; Rye 6o6ic and nothing will do this so quickly Eggs The market opened firm and and snrely as Dr Miles' Nervine. It higher. We quote frest receipts at has restored, health to thousands ot Grip sufferers after every other reme- 14c per dozen on arrival. Feathers We quote prime white dy had failed. goose at 34eper lb.; gray 3032c; "When the Grip left me I was a mixed 253oc; old i53oc; dark and broken down wreck, both mental and m xcd old goose i23oc; duck 12 physical. My nerves were complete305. ly unstrung, my appetite failed, could not sleep and became so despondent that I despaired of ever getting well. I began to Improve with the first bottle of Dr. Miles' Nervine and when I had taken seven bottles I was completely cured. Have been strong and well ever since and weigh more than I ever did before." Samuel F. Pllson, Staunton, Va All druggists are authorized to sell Dr. Miles' Nervine on a guarantee that first bottle benefits or money res funded. Be sure and get Dr. Miles' Nervine. Booklet on heart and nerves sent free. Address. Dr. Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. KO UH11-N- O 78cperlb.;dressed trukeys 10c; ducks 5c; geese, full feathered $4 25 5 per dczen; plucked geese $3 50 per dczen. Ta Cora Conatlpatlon ForTr. Take CateareU Candy Cathartic. lOoorSSs. If C C. C (all to cure, drugglau refund monoy. A Local Disease A prices from $1.15 per bu.; extra clean bluegrass6oc; fancy $1.10; crimclover clover (4.25 son $2 75; orchard grass 90c; red top 30c; seed rye 70c. Poultry The market has advanced sharply. We quote hens at 6 7c per lb ; dressed hens 89c; spring chickens 89c;guineas(i.2operdozen;tur-kiy- s Field Seed Selling stre: Timothy Mill 5oe. a lo or ly iron and quinine in , ft tasteless change, of climatt it, "Adults prefer will cure it. Gel form. Children-fov- e it to outer, nauseating To ilea. Price, a well-kno- Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic for Nothing but Malaria, Chills and Fever.' It is simp- cal remedy That is the way all druggists sell Affection PAY. CATARRH Climatic pharmaceutical Doat ToiMta Salt Bnfc Ton lift Imtj. To quit tobacco cull and fororcr, bamar-nallo- , full ot life, nerre and rigor, Uk lb wonder-worketbatmakaa weakmtn ilronf. All drurfiaU, tOo or II. Cuitcuaraa-terd- . Booklet and lamala free. Addrea Sttrllnf Remedy Co., Cblcaca or New York. ul COLD 'N HEAD Gives Relief at once. Opens and cleanses the Nasal Passages. sorbed. remedy, r.ly'm C'rrnm II n I in qu,CK,v AO " jO Ha fj Utlam Sou Cooja arnaTTMWe GooJ. y drmruu. IH prj I I Allays Inflammation. Heales and Protects the Membrane. Restores the Senses of Trste and Smell. No CoNo Injurious caine, No Mercury, drug. Full Size 50c: Trial Size 10c. at Druggists or by mail. ELY BROS , 56 Warren St., N. Y of Supervisors. As news Is scarce this week, will conclude our little say by saying that we wish and predict for the dear old Republican abundant success under the new management, and will continue to grind out each week sound, solid Republican doctrine for the people to feed and fatten on, With a promise to come again, and to stay longer, we remain as of yore a R. E. Publican. T723L Of the Anual GrXe5,t OI3023.123LS of WEST KENTUCKY SEMINARY And Teachers' Training School AT Tuesday, January 24th, 1899. FACULTY of seven vigorous, earnest, capable teachers. ENVIRONMENT unexcelled, both socially and morally. TEACHERS' Training a special feature of 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. remodeled large, commodious and inviting. BUILDING EXPENSES lower than any institution of equal advantages. TRAINING seeks moral as well es intellectual strength. BEAVER DAM, KY., College Notes. Centertown, Ky. Jan. 16. Mrs. Ada King, wife of Dr. II. L. King, of Ray, Texas, starts for home Mr. Sam Bilbro and Mr. Jake Jacke son left here last Friday to enter in Hartford. The Infant child of Mr. Clayton Stevens that was scalded several weeks ago, died last Saturday night. Mrs. Frank May has recovered from a case of LaGrlppe. Mr. A. L. Rowe is making arrangements to have a dwelling bouse erected in the western part ot town. Mr, James Callaway will move to his farm soon and prepare for farm- DE33CI3I3lSOS. I' 'I ! I U jc, We do not believe In parrying oods Over 1 I CLOSE OUT AT COST S. LEVY & CO., Beda, Ky. wJti y-- V a. I to ia - .Aj- .llUJJJLJ-aiI lenseof cPl"ent, nor even ns an experiment, nnd If and when Gen. Miles chorees that It was furnished as FRIDAY, JANUARY 20. a pitttnie ol experiment,' he lies in ,1C lits in hls ,lcntt-I,lles The teal name of the writer ehnuld '' ,ll,oa, accompany each communication, to in every hair oi his head and every potc ot his body, he Iks willully, de Ids ire publication. Remittances may be made by Po.t liberated), lijtentiounlly rend malicious Office Money Order, Kegisteud LU ter, Rank Check or Oiuft "If his statement is tiue that this Corrctpoudence intended lor publU cation or on business connected with was lurtiislud under 'pn tense ol at. prompt attention, experiment,' then I should be dium the office, to should be addressed to Xz Kki'Ubm-CAmud out of the utmy and incarcciated TilK Rei'Uiilican Is mailed recular in State's ptisou. If his statement is ly to Its subscribers until a definite fal$e, as I nssctt it to be, then he order to discontinue it is received nnd should be diummed out ol the service all arrears are paid in lull THE Ri; and incarcerated in prison with other publican is ft per j ear il paid in ad llbtltts. vance, but it not paid in advance will "ills sUtemcutis a scandalous libel bejM.15 per year reilectiog upon upon the honor of uv-tofficer in the dtpaitment whu has MILES A LIAR. contracted lor or tmichasi.il this meat, and especially and particularly 011 the sell." Eagan Says the General Commissary General in) e line Gen Continuing on the t. Lied in His Heart, Eg,in raid; Gen Mills us .1 ' Itr dcitotit.cin Throat and Soul About "Em- irar wlun l:e makes this sUUment, I nisll to make It us emphatic Mid n.--t balmed Boof" Wants to cmisc , the statement it ielt I uish Drum him from Army to lorce the lie back into his throat, coveted with the contents of a camp Washington, Jan. 13 Most vigor- latrine. I wish to brand it as a falseous and sensational testimony was hood 01 whole cloth, without a particle given before the War Investigating cf truth to sustain it, and unless he Commission yesterday by Commissary' can prove his statement, he should be General Eagan, who, appearing uus denounced by every honest man, expectedly to meet the allegations larred Ircm the clubs, baned front so against the beef issues in the war, ciety of decent people, and to ostra vigorously arraigned Major General cized that the street bootblack would Miles, commanding the army. He not condescend to speak to him, tor read his testimony Irom a long writ fie has fouled his own nest, be has ten statement. aspcred the honor of a brother officer He denied numerous statements of without a particle of evidence or lact Geo. Miles', charged that the latter's to sustain in any degree his scandaltestimony constituted severe reflec- ous, libelous, malicious falsehood, tions on the commanding generals of iz : That this beef or an) thing the expeditions and referred 1 1 him as whatever was furnished the army un"this same commanding general, Nel- der 'pretense of experiment.' " m son A. Miles," and said whoever callUUE A l.l 1 OSK MAY ed the beef tarnished "embalmed Bromo Quinine Tab Take Laxative beel" was a "liar." All drugcistH relund money it lets The genuine W, Bf Miles, in charge of Armour it iails to cure 35c has L. B Q on each tablet. & Co.'s Kansas City plant, appeated for the packing houses His testimony as to the quality of the canned p ft' Kni1 ft" Han AIwjtj Bwgjil Bui tit meats and methods of packing and inspection was practically the same as that of the other meat men. Millennia IlfRlniilng. Gen. Eagan, iu the course of his The new year bc.au with: testimony before the commtttee,c3lled Trade and industry, in almost every Major Gen. Miles a "liar, who lied in branch at its best. his throat, lied in his heart, lied in Railroad earnings tuaking new high every pait of his body, who peroe records, ttated a gross scandal and who should" Railroad profits indicating increasbe diummed out ot the service and ed dividends. imprisoned, and should be avoided by Bank clearings showing an unpreevery honest man and barred by every cedented volume of business all over club." He characterized his Inter the country. . Hartford Republican. Tlio Kind You Ilnvo Always Bought, and which luw been ia use for over 00 years, 1ms liorno tho signature of nnd has heen niailo under liit pcr- sonnl supervision slnco Its lnfliucy f?CCCCAi. Alliiiv tin dim to ilirolvn von 111 tills. All Counterfeits, Imitations nud Substitutes aro but that trlilo villi nnd endanger tho health of Infants and Children ISzpcrlcnco against Experiment. -nts inr-ur- c nn empty bag on his back containing I General Directory. two railroad tunnels and a bundle ol (tirt ,...........a tin li'nl-r- .. iiinllnM.ntinii ..- ...uu..-,...u- ,. STATU OlU'ICIALS. lining He was w" btn" Governor William O. Hfatlley. at the back tf the neck and Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth- - cros-cje- d his htir una cut curly He wus Inrn HCtell. SocrctnryofStfitc Chariot Tinier. before lm elder her, Ills mut'irr Altornc) General W. S. Taylor. being ptesurt at t' e 'JWh it A'id.ii.r -- saniuel a. atone, lnj,t rcen he w.vt ihiivrllni' wind out Treamrer Geo. W. Lonj;. of the ce nit house jirif with the iu Ot)iiimir?sioncr ot Agriculture, II Lucaa tention el falsing monc) tiMCUtc liami Statistics cense to niatty Mooro. V M i s"I b-- GROVES 3r I " cr.i-.b- fflWsMlMmWm rfl.tQSt m 1 L Am. 1; Hupariutcntlent Public M. Drtvi-o- n. InstriicUou-Ge- o. Hoijister Hoynold. Liud Oflico Chaa. O. D. Insiiranco Bureau W. Comitigoro. Commissioncr-- Costorla is n substltuto for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Dropi nnd Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Narcotic substance. Its ago is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Fcvcrhhncss. It cures Diarrluua nnd Wind Colic. It relieves Teething' Troubles, cures Constipation nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, ghing healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. - What is CASTOR I A ry Adjutant Grncral D. It. Collier. Slate Librarian M!m Paul Deaue Hardin. Dcmp'ey. II. S. Irwin. F, Brown. ReiintoM Jno ItAtMttiAt) COUMISSlnNEllS. U. Wood, cliairnianj J. Secretary-Sam- F. uel J0Se)M:SiONAL. Hem. William C, IjiniN say, Hon. W. .1. Delme. Heprecentativo Fourth District Hon. V. II. Snntli. STATK LEOlSI.ArtlllE. a-- GENUINE CASTORIA Boars tho Signaturo of ALWAYS Senator linn. l.O. Ueprcentativo Ohio L'ouuty- - Hon. R C. Jarnagm. OHIO COUNTY. cmcuiT couivr. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens-borlurner, -- ewrwerute lor "1 lie story ol tlie i" l Mimt llnlstead. conimi'stontl by the (i tvernment a Olll'-ii- l llistmiati ti the VVnr Depait ment Thetmok vas wiitten in nrmy 'QHniKuliiCH &r camtM nl Sm Prrcisco, on the Pact I fie with General M nit in thr hosplt al at Honolulu in Hnng Knng, in ' the Amnion trenches at M.itii,a, in the It stir.'c t cittiDs nth Aguli nldo f the Oh pit with Dew on thed-cev, anrl in the rnrtr I hattlr at the t Hon fall nt MimU zi I ir auenta Brimful rf'rule.-'nt-l taken by ' atnvftnif-- i t ( initiv' per on the Big Sput. Lnn (itices Lattt pr It'" p.etil. Cretlil given 18 JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. l)r 'in ' tr'h tin flic hi war bookie WARRANTED. PRICE OOcts. Ail In cs, 1' T Berber, Outfit lu-e(Ulatia, Mo. Mot. is. ltM. Philippine ACIIVIJ SoTTciTORS WANHil) wSSrJf i-- 9&.SMHBI teste? TASTELESS I . I'rt-'uh- ' '.'j CHILL TDNIC ., fr-- r Ncy.Sui go, I .Mti.ti cc I ..' Cbica 15 16 t. o. W4C4t The Kind You THCCfHTAUfl Hon. J. Edwin Itowo, Attorney l.linic Irrlinllsn Is theforeiunnerof consumption. Dr Bell's Pine Tur Honej will cute It, and give such strength to the lungs that cough or a cold nill not settle there. 25c at all good druggists. 11 ft. Parti MedleloeWe Co., midloula. year, boeilee of lu lientlemeni-and bale atlOVHS TSTftI.tSS CIIIU. TONIC all oer ! already Ihlaiear. la bo.ihl tbt.e iroM ! the drtif builneae. bare miDU of li oevi r aold an article that eaie ch ualveraal aaU XactWnMjaarTonle. JiS'iV.CAM ri T", AOft Por sale by J. II. Williams. SR - Me TT Always Bought Oweusboro. T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. S A. Antlersop, Clerk Hartford. Rowan Holbrook, Master Corarais-eion- CiiiiKiii'il 3.1 ritrft. I suflered for 25 years with a ccugh, and spent tut nil teds ot dollars with and WhliVar IltWta curM at home without fain. Ilook of JM H. IT70X lb vjLdui,tJia.0l n,u.noorxKr,M.u, In Use For Over eOWMN, MUWT 30 TWCCT. Years. NKWTCWWCtTT, t995SS9SSSS s $i mew f"..Ta7 A will ' JxMJrX GAZINE HISTORY OF THE BR'S By Hartford. I Wanted-- An rf MBf irapt G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund until used Dr Bell's Pine Idea XTho exn think thlOgCOpltUDtf litis remedy makes weak lungs PraUct Totir ldeMi Hartford. thr tnv kaj . a Attor strong It has saveel my life. J. II. Writ eunn nbULbieuuiiii fcrtu ratrat rItii. Hartfnrel. H. T. Steven". Sheriff V Mb I of too, 11. iX, for lblr , ;. Grantsburt;, 111. Pol sale by UIU 1U VI tWO lUUUUVa UTWllwBI$tii prtw oa w, Deputies D. M Hocktr.T. II Ben- X Wayne Ui tun & Ilto. ton, and R. B Martin. Court convenes first Monday in HlH HlwrS Bccgtt March and August nnd con tin ties three Biaritie yf il" K' weeks, aud thtnl Monday in May and November two weeks. m. Roi-ell- doctors and for medicine to no avail OASTOIIIA. Y Beildea a terlei cf article on be of more linn until Intereit during i8 noteworthy tubjecti, tt will contain a comprehemlre political ana narrative WAR HENRY CABOT LODOn, U. S. SENATOR a wlio I, eminently fitted for the twlc, not alone bectuw ;f hit ability writer of American history, but for the position he ha, held in our government. Thers v. ill alio appear audi article, a, UTIl 11. Henceforth I will office at the office M. S. HaBland.Clerk of Tun HAKTrortD Any M. L. Heavrin, Attorney-Hartfor- d. Court convenes first Monday in one having business with the County Superintendent will find me at the each month. place above mentioned QUAUrF.nt.Y COURT. Begins on the second Monday in Respectlully, each month. Pos Ki ot - fo Supt. COUSTY COURT. Jas. P. Miller, Judge Hartford. Hartford. I bftveoftoa and aro k truljr nundcrful mcoirinn ! at lati wntiM for rjeUi 100 f!eftntto tAke my blue taking bite found II in t.i-irr- t and my complexionthrm. lm imriOcd has been bat 1 foflmuch txtttcr provcKlwnndvrfully and way Mus.SALLtKK biLiaus. "CASOAKRTS BLOOD rr do i.tl BAD CANDY Ulnd tb tha v tnTrf m Mr WATriAHTiG H1- COURT OF CLAIMS. Convenes first Monday in OTHER COUNTY January, and Tuesday alter the secDud Monday in October OFFICERS. Admiral Sampson's Fleet Ily Lieut. A. It. Stav.ntov, U.S.N. Battle of Manila Bay By Lieut. J. M. N. Moxley, Surveyor. -- Eujcott, U.S.N. THEIR A aerial SILVER-WEDDIN- O JOURNEY itory By William Dean Howell, to appear containing all that chiracterlitic chirm that hii endeared Mr. llonelu to the reading public. The Princess Xenia L H. M. Watson A serial story full of adve iture anJ strong Jituatioii, Hy A lerial itnry the icene cf which are hid duruij our recent war C:iOST3 OF JERUSALEM Spanish War Story By Jouv lo, Jr. SHORT STORIES John rot. Jr. UNDER Alt APRIL SKY By llromltr Matthews THE RENTED HOUSE By Oct Ihanet THE LOVE OF PARSON LORD By Mar, ... Wilkin Ily"XjmfrIniilo" te WAY OF THE CROSS ll Stephen IJonsal THI : CUCKOO CLOCK By Lllen Douglas Deland THE CENTURY'S PROGRESS IN SCIENCE N lllla-ns- , JU.D. Ily llsnry These pnei wl'l llm mhly review the wuilt acrompluhe I, by Ktintliu ihruiulKikt tl.j i.i ictn uli 1. tury. Oilier series of papers to appear arei White S.UUIumi m ;CCS3SS3S33SC3CeSJSSCS1iSiS3S?6SSS2SS; Ily Put m ,l Bio. ow 3S C ills a C ns AdJresa HARPER A tlKOTIICRS, Urn's Asia Republics of Soutli America By Jci ias Ualpii Si(htrlpllen,l4 00 a Yior Publishers, New York, N. Y. HENRY FIELD A SON TRANFSER LINE views as 'filth." Gen. Eagan had prepared a typewritten statement covering bis side of the case, and was allowed to read it. Gen. Eagan referred to the fact that Gen. Miles had relused to be swotn and commented on the iact that he was the only one of 500 witnesses who had so refused. Gen. Eagan said he himself preferred to be sworn. Gen. Eagan began by calling attention to Gen. Miles' appointment of Major John D. Black, a civilian, as his chief oi staff, and said that this was largely responsible for the trouble that followed. He said that Major Black had been furnished $5,000 before starting lor Porto Rico, and that he had apparently not known enough to provide himself a check book, at d had not left his signature with the -- ARE RUNNING A- Secretary of the Treasury, nor made any other preparation for availing himself of the funds at his command. There were experienced disbursing account. f&cers in the island who had in the The United States a new power.fin aggregate over $400,000 in their pos- anclallyand commercially. To and from Beaver Dam. session, and yet Gen. Miles had com' '- The new year, in fact, began under Jf plained that there were no paymasters conditions entirely changed from iu the island, so that the soldiers had thos: ruling at the commencement of "' rf no money with which to buy food fcr many recent years, and under condipas- themselves. Gen. Miles had then tions i in more than one respect, called on the department to put $50,-00- 0 such as have never existed before, more in the bands of Major Black which augur well for a period of acand this Gen, Eagan declined to do, tivity in enterprise and general prosputting $10,000 to Major Black's perity throughout the country. New fJiQe Vehiele and good Worses credit in New York. York Stockholder. guarantees a (Jomiorlafele Referring to Gen. Miles personally, ACTIU SOLICITORS WANfED Gen. Eagan used the following scatha first- - class everywhere for "The Story ot the ing language: "Gen Miles wasasked Philippines" by Murat Halstead, by your committee how tinned 'rcsh commissioned bv the (Jove rnment ns beef became a part of the army ration. . Official Historian to the war Depirt- . . 1. Yf l. is, ills imswti !.. 'ton tuuu uciicrasK rnent. The I. nhl. was written in U.t.lll the Secretary ol War or the Commis- camps at San Francisco, on the lici fie with General Meritt, in the hos sary General, I think they can tell pitals at Honolulu, in Hong Kong, in I know It was sent to the army the American you. trenches nt Manila, in as food, nnd the pretense is tlut it was the insurgents camps wiih Aguir al sent as an experiment ' Gen. Miles, do, on the deck of the 01mpia with ol b tttle at the In saying that this food was sent to Dewey, and in the roar Bonarzt for agents. fall of Manila. the army as n ' pretense lor experi Brimful of originnl pictures taken by lar.Tr.'Ti.ijimLjMig ment, 'stys that which implies cor- - government photographers on the MmrViViiiWinWrVrYiViVrrYrtrWy book. Low prices ruplit n, uhle.It uinety nine out ot ev spot. Large :1 CTVl.lsti. KnLIAULEf: Credit cry one hundred people will under Big pre fits. Freight paid j: AUTISTIC-- . given. Drop all trashy unofficial war 5 Urccmin ended t) LcaJIng -- : I stand to mean corruption, because it books Outfit free. Address, V. T. - iiictimikir. ": Like blllousnets, djspcpsla, headaclie, eotntl. S:j lhc aio l'lm &. was 'a pretense ot experiment,' he Barber, Sec'y., Star Insurance Bldg., patioii. sour stomach, Indigestion are jirotnptly 15 16 t. cured by HooJ's ruu. Tlioy do their uoik says, not eveu giving credit to me for Chicago. IMS furnishing it as an experiment, but 1M M'. DAY A that I lumiihed it under the 'putense TakeClllli: e'Ol.Ii Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab of an experiment.' I'ts. All dru3gists rcfutid money if "This is n ferious charge, thould ' it ftiN to cure 25c The genuine tias n 2 on ecch uh,ct- easily an.l thoroughly. Hffe 2 1 B n r I h- jsNOSEBEriERATAM PtflUp KF& B H H S not be made by nny man lightly, Van niter dinner pill. "; ttf r ittatiif n rt n id in tmji t i r i if O SScenH. All drugu'lstj. BBaW MinoiH nuipie fMucnce' 10 support it, lit I' uiaiuiti 3 I1 rCti i kt it4 Mats, Tukirig the statement In the reuse I Pri'iured Iy C. I. Itociit & ( ., ;5tiftHt4i .Mi ill t .xsiittmt " rtt Bian tie 2 A.JMII r'4'Mt'Mt p The only I'll! to take with llooil's 8arn.iitrllU. j utMadjbNtonBwitt 2; that it was probably Intended, the BlgnAtiue : a THE McCUL COMPANY, cf CW serst that will be accepted by the I 138 It It ttur. I4 i'.Ml. S TcrV 2 : ,C ov'r I country at large,!! e sense that already ;Z 1J0FI11I1 t , e,'l io. and : is Hie :jj ioji MirWit it , Stn l(in;lico a; the prets almost wholly ot the United ltreitiwlth yo w hthcr ysn . oniln Jrr3TB Ubcro leitkeru, rmnwrti s(ieiiTa) r States has receptee! it Indeed some ovlBtrfousdutrtM ir iili wii "v v inuHi S7 1 IkM ittUt tb bloi Re- of that press because of it called for ttos, puriAM wuiivir JM, ! hm h - uu bciei for 9a JD (orvs !( a m ijtxfckoa IMflnn T "f rurnl if my dlsmisfal from the army and my lohe&lib I'll HALT eyiS tO MAGAZIN&xG a.Aki a owq 4writitt. who w court martia'-- -I answer that it was JmZwn J09T vaurhforat Tkllwllh .1 mrnmmmi-r net lun.islitd under the pretense that mmmLWT ftIII,pllntlTir-liitotl- uueva, won a w. rjtidjbliit ,M(iilm Cuklliticd J: Ufusui euieii KaraBUdt4rir,rwrtruo mnr, $ Contiini Bt4utiKI 111 Cilorri P net S; it was not fumitbed under the pret- Il.jitntii U Fit'itm, Kia : H jr., TK) Wr jti wikii4 fjf rious drug. It is quickh Poorhouse C. R. Campbell, Absorbed Givn Keeper, Hartford. Relief at once justices' courts. T. A Evans Court will be hold opens and at FortUville on March let, June 1st, esthe Nasal Pasaee:s AlUsIi,iUiu Mercantile failures down to a mini-mu- September 1st and December 18th. mution Heals and Trotects the B. F. Graves Court will be held Membrane Restores the Senses of imMarch SO, June 29,Sep-tembOutlook for the coal properties at Butord on Taste ard Smell. Full Size 50c. 28 arid December 21. Trial Size loc at Druggists or by proved. S. J. WEi.Lnr. Court will bo held mail. Exports unparn'.lcled in olurae and ELY BROS , 56 Warren.St., N. Y at Sulphur Springs oa March 28, June value. September 20 and December 23. growing less depend 2",H B. Taylor Court will be held Export tradf ent upon agriektlture. at Cromwoll on March I, June 10, Exports increasing in importance September 2 and December 0. W. A Rone Court will be hold at with hitherto small purchasing counCcntertown on February 13, May 29, tries. August 28 and November 1. A balance of trade of $600,000,000. CITY DIRECTORY. The bad eflects of war behind us. V. II. Barnes, Judge. Millions ol America's men dayaJIor day The good eflect of war ahead. (ccd their nerves with tobacco, until J. S R. Wedding, Attorney. Treasury gold up to 'lie maximum Iho ntrves became nlcotinlzed and the TOWN TUUSTF.K3. Iho N ERVES blood holdings and $145,000,000 above the S. K. Cox, Ch'tn'n. creep and crave, lor more tobacco. I. A. Thomas, Treasurer. limit. That's called a habit. It's a disease, jno E Bean, Sec'y. A larger money circulation than ev and In all this world thera Is but one Geo Kl I 1. guaranteed cure, er before. fl'l'Bf' A. D. White. NO-TO-BA- C. more The large agricultural class Preston Morton Post No. 4 G. A Satur-da- y R hold their regular meeting prosperous than in many years. Over one million boxes sold before the first Sunday in each In two years; 300,000 cured, tells the Money easy and likely to remain so. month in Court Hall at 1 o'clock p slory ol Ot'il merit a Credit and confidence restored, restores vitality to weak m. Louis GuENTiirm, Com. heavily in our loan Europe figuring men. Many report a gain ol (en pounds John C. Chamberlain, Adjt. Springs. 1 er G. D. Royal, Assessor. Fon Rogers. School Supt. L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur lor a generous cent trial siz t'rrnm Itnln contains no ce cam, itietcury nr 1 Dnifgi8t As k your CATARRH Good .VtTrrtli uu Moameto ;'n Plfiont, Talatatle. rotent, Taite Qond. Do rn. Wfjkin.or Orlro. lOcc, !oe. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... aurtht tln4f rytr( (Ut( lMlrl ! Trfc. 3lt HUIUaDAU vlatito 4rLUi; Tobacco nny either irju lliblt. i t T. n iny 3 iHArsssass.!! rH By vl uini&ei &&'ji: 20 The Leading Specialists cl America YCAnS Iri OHIO. 250,000 CURED. uv rn m an rubuiq m Ki I WE CURE EMISSIONS ij e NICOTIIMIZED NERVES. t1 Tt n L Wt Notuttic mil n ri iU moralizing to younf or mivlills at"l incu lhao tha I'rea- cncn of the "niahllr Ijiim." "hr rcMlnronrakni-fi- , nerrouincM. a frlirs nf illicuit aoiln b( lo train i f aimi toraj. Ihoy unfit a man fi r builDcM. iitarrieJ llto ami locial harlnef. Ko inatter vrbttlor cat'cj liycetl haMla la youth. natural wt aknoia or texual pxeciirp, our :,'cir Method Ireatineut "111 Iviltlielj cuteycu. lfater. yon neeil li )p. Karljraburoor K liter circtrci insy weak en ml you I.xiofuro mtr dto dlrtunl )on. iou (ir not rsfo tilt rurnl Our New Method trill euro you. Yourunnorlik. e J NO CURE' NO PAY bo ftnJ You nor Mnn Yon lira tuvla. feeble m haggirj; viervoui, Irrltftble and ex-ciiauio. o i iccomo lorceiiui, rooronff, bnl dctiooJentt blotchcR and pimple. PunKcn cjri, nrniiiM lire, iiuuptoa form kiiJ lowucast eouDtenaoco ieel Iho bYnli of your existence. ( Sf&i 1 A nice New OMNIBUS will meet all senger trains at Beaver Dam. SEVERAL WANTED persons in this state to manage our business in their own and nearby counties. It is mainly office Salary work conducted at home. straight $900 a ear and expenses definite, bonafide, nor more, no less salary Monthly $75. References, stamped enve Enclose lope Herbert E Hess, Pres., Dept. II, ChiMgo. ed ten days. your In Co buy it y undor DRUGGIST'S GUARANTEE. Every drtifTRlrt Is authorltod to sell uudcr absolute RunraDleo to euro every form ot tobacco uslnit. Our written (tunninteo, Ireo aamplo of S WECURE VARICOCELE UI norr .M jour raie may or how loniou intir !,i:v mailerii UIU itttoui hate b4 tt,onr PR mi: 'rHLATMKNT will a euro it. itio wnrinv tnr' returu tol'i iccir normal con .lit ion anl lience tht foiuM omaut rocelie nroner nourlili : :.. ui ment. Tlia nrffanl iuccomo iiauxeu. aiis unnntunil Uralm or lonei real, and inaulr roircra return, irto temporary benefit, hut a permanent euro aimred. NO UL'ltK. NO l'AY. NO OI'KltA. NO DETEN TION NHt,lSllY. 'Hon rnuit iiuai.NEss. auet booklot called "Don't Tobacco tfplt nnd Snioko Your Llto itslilnK. Anay' mullorl for tlio REMEDY CO.. HTKHMM! Chicago, ltontroal,(Jun., NcwYork. U CURES GUARANTEED STItlt'fllllK. VAUILOCELK. rJKMI.IAJ Up NAI. I.OSSi;i. 11I,AIIIIKH AND til vil-itnUMitr.Ti'rriiu lllltj'KS PIIKK. W YHY.K. tiriiai. CIIAUUKd MUIIKRATI-!- . If tmahl to call, write I'd .- .- They also keep Feed stable. Leave your order at Field's Stable, corner Market and Union Streets, Hartford. All orders promptly attended to, and all stock entrusted teir care will have especial attention. lide. Livery and Don't Tibarco !plt ud ttaol. Toir LIT anil forever, be mar To quit tobacco nctlc. full of ll(a, nerve an.l vigor, talc No c, wonder-worker- , the tbat malcei wrak men strong. AH drurtliti, tooorll. Cuutruaran-teed- . Ilookltl and aimple free. Aitdrcai Burling Remedy Co, Chicago or NJw York. ellj lij. vt cathartlo I0o CAS CARETS; jUpaikacw Onlycure We treat and cure 8Y1'IIILI8. ni.v:r.T. KMihsinNs. iii'(irKNi:Y.i'j nni'i'i I The Corn That btAches ran eailly rtmovid paint f4 R) . TKtATMEMT, inn kirnv ln.ivt.- f... llnui M rfj el CaudvCulliarlla lOoorJSc TakeCmcatet refund inonor. If C 0. C. fall to cure, T Care Con.tlttatlon Vorerer. drulu le No ah aruc-lli- ti nil It or malle-- 1 for fifteen centa by OIANT Olli:3IICAI, CO., flnlir. potion, by ua-I- No ir Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH ST., OIHCINNATI, O. fe ti'Jgi AKritOnV-- . LiJ 1K. t4 300 FIEU7 Pib 0K, Prop'rs. -. Liver Ills j CALL fflmtki tiffTERNS 7 1 t 3- Hood'i I'ncUel Co. General cfiices, Hartford, Ky. For Curdsvllle, Delaware, Ashbysburg, Rurasey, Cslhoon, Llvermore and Hattford, and ill Intermediate points on Green and Rough rivers, Steamer Scioto, leaves Evansville every Monday and Thursday at 3 p. nt., arrives at Halt lord every Tuesday and Pri day nt 3 p m,, returning leaves Harts lord Saturdays 930 a. in,, Wednesdays 5. a m. For rates of freight or passage apply on board, or to Jas. P. Carson, agent, Hartford, Ky. llnrtloril Clirrrr St., I'hllm. A Ilviin-Ml- 0.ir pure aud W. C. llickmaii Kelson County Hour Mnsh Whieky is good for all occasions. 5 Year Old per gallon 6 Year Old per gallon 8 Yosr O'd per gallon 10 Year Old per gallon '. 14 Year Old per gallon 10 Year Old per gallon ii aLiolutIr $2 00 2 A0 3 00 00 00 0 00 Boxed il deilred free. No charge lor jugs. Full lino Imported and California Winei. Solo agont Dr. Bouvonir Buclin Gin, a cure for all Kidney troubles; price $1.00 a quart. ROSENBAUN BROS., S!J..ww"ShT.,.!:u,".,,l?,V"u. t"Vrito for catalogue or when in tlio City call to ere us. i .' hi t ' M . OAOVOIIXA. litMt,M)-10-UAQ- ina I Por Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought vj)U$y -- 4S& Z& SENDUStWdlftM L jj WU AND WB WILL Now subscribe time to Baars tho Signature t&&ffM&Gi $? publican. Tho $1 year . rm oflif-r- in advance. MJ1 --"" M Car y WZt WW i For (car tbla adM has not come 1 the eyes of all the Republican rcndeia, wc copy it for the sake of the distressed pare. Ul lLoct A small boy about the slz3 of a man. bare foot Hid ed with his father's boots on VOOIl 1 - SEND YOU ON OAU.ON PINE HffBllrfcVtT' TV COON HOLLOW WHISKEY Securely packed in piala box. Absolutely pure. Quality guaranteed. (iHCOktroaATBD) a Whiskey simon SECOND AND MAIN 8TRCCTS. 11111 n. jones co. LOUISVILLE, KY 1 , i ti4 tl, llll .UIif I : 7: 11 mi mitilni laim, 2 BuitiMi'i ,ai In limn -- : kftl till, ptflil 3: Uhlllll ;t HI Et N"i tllnii THEMcCALL CO., S; ijSlo 14ft V 14th SI , Ji iurk : vi ii n iiiffff; if tf if u f 1 1 1 1 "LA GBEOIE" HAIR RESTORER A Pethcl Hair Drttting and Ritionr. Merchant dooan't bandle, nend (1.00 to us and gut, one Douis, or vo.uu ana (for, six Dottles, CHARaES PREPAID to any part U, 8, or Canada. DRUG CO,, VAN Sole Proprietor, MEMPHIS, TENN. It your VLEET-MANSFIE- Take theltEPUiiLiOAN 1 I