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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 hao1899012701 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ; I The Haetdbd Eepublican. OFFICIAL OROAK OF THE PARI? IN THE FOTOTE CONS&CIIIOHAL Fine Job Work a Specialty. VOL. XI. ME RUINED. Man's Mormons. DimiCT . Subscription $1 a year. No. 27. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY! JANUARY 27, 1899. came In I went up stairs. I met my wife and Candland coming out of the Experi back room hand in hand. went down Louis "I said nothing, but with stairs. My wife followed me, I asked her what that meant. She said they had been kneeling together, praying. CotHlsWIfo and Daughter "I forbade her having any converEldors of Saints' Church sation with any of the elders in the Visltod His Homo. future. She promised she would not. Two days later caught my wife and There Is one man at least in St. Candland talking earnestly on the Louts who wishes with all his heart stairs. When I came upon them that Brigham Roberts may be sent up stairs back by Congress to bis multiplied Candltnd ran SHK COULDN'T UBLP IT. family responsibilities in Utah. He "I called my wife Into a room and j also wishes that all the Mormons in asked her why she had broken her the land were far beyond the northern She said: seas or In some other inaccessible promise. 'I just couldn't help It.' place. ; "I went np stairs and told the eld" He fa Frank S. iLowe. Through ers to get out of my honse and if they the influence of Mormon elders he ever crossed the threshold again I claims his family has been broken np would fill them with lead. and his wife and daughter spirited 'They pleaded for a little time and away to Utah. Ills resentment is the gave them two days. They then more keen because he took in the I rooms at 1340 Chouteau avMormons and fed and nourished them, obtained enue. and he says they turned and stung While the elders had been In the him by alienating bis wife and daugk-tehouse my wile had been giving them I could not afford that. Mr. Lowe lives in a bouse owned by provisions. I locked the provisions up. My wife himself at 1411 Papin street. Sitting get eatables at his deserted hearth a tew nights broke open the closet to to give them. She had also given my ago he told, without the concealment daughter's savings to them. As soon ot a detail or an attempt to shield as they were gone my wife took sick himself, the story of the disruption of with neuralgic headaches. I had to his household. One do the cooking for a week. "The first of last March," he said, was Bitting in the room "there was not a family in St. Louis evening I Bible. She was happier than mine. My wife and I reading leading the lying down. She said: 'You don't were members of the Compton Heights care how much I suffer, Frank.' Christian church. My wife was a "I said: 'I would do anything to good Christian woman. She did what thought was right in all things. relieve you. Tell I what I can do.' she "She said: 'Let tne elders come She was given to research. Any new stopped there on their way to Utah. The object of their proselyting seems to be solely to entice marriageable young women to Utah. They represent themselves as adherents to the -- HER EYEBROWS. A ence branch of the church of Latter Day Saints, but they are the Utah Mormons of the most radical How a Man Can Chooso a Wlfo ;' type." Successfully by ExaminLung Irritation Is the forerunnerof consumption, Boston Editor's Opinion of the Intended. Ih I raj acEUBraj w irflBW syiup of ms l ing Hor Eyebrows. jDr' . I (.11.. U due not only to the originality and almpllolty of the combination, but alo to the oare and skill with which It la manufactured by aclentlno proceasa knqwn to the Caufohmu. Flo Stbup Co. only, and we nlih to lmprcaa upon all the Important of purchasing the true and original remedy. Aa the fftnnine Syrup of T Jga la manufactured by th CAuroMrtA Pio Brnur Co. only, knowledge of that act will aealit one In avoiding the worthleaa lmltatlona manufactured by other par-tle-a. The high aUndlng of the Fio Oritur Co. with the medical profestlon, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figa haa riven to million of families, makea the name of the Company a guaranty of the exoellenoe of lu remedy. It la far la adrance of all other laxative, aa It acta on the kidney, llrcr and bowela without Irritating or weakening them, and it doea not gripe nor nauaaaU. In order to get 1U beneficial effect, pleaaa remember the nama of the Company Cali-roasi- r. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. aax nuitcuoo, aaw TeitK. k.t. Lenamu. j. oi attorney at Law J. S.R. Wedding", M. L. HEAVRIN, HARTFORD,- - - K1JNIUCKY. Will practice his profession in all the court ot Ohio and adjoining counties and the Court ofAppeals. Prompt attention givcu to all business entrust-this care. Offloe io Rspudlioam building. HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession In all the presentation of real or professed re. courts of Ohio and adjoining countlea and Court ot Appeals. Special atten- ligion enlisted her Interest. TUB FIRST VISIT. tion given to collections. "One day in March a young man rame to the door. He said he was a minister. My wife asked him to what ATTORNEY AND He said the chutch he belonged. COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Church of the Latter Day Saints. She , (NOTARY MBUC) did not understand. I'e said they were commonly called Mormons. She invited him in. He talked about his religion. She asked him about polygamy. He said it was no longer practiced, "When I came home in the evening she said she was almost persuaded to believe in the Mormon religion. I told her if I caught another Mormon in the house I would throw him out She said she had Invited the elder back, and asked me lor her sake to treat him civilly. 1 promised. 'Two days later he came again. He was Elder V. E. Candland. He talked plausibly. The next time he came he said the elders had to move from their quarters at Thlity first and Lo o 1 t 1. Perry Wcsterfie!ci, Attorney at Law Bgaver Dam, Kt. Davidson, J. E. and treat me.' "I told her I would rather see her dead than that they should enter the? house. "I went and got some medicine which she had used before. When I got back she said she had sent our daughter.AHce, for the elders. Stookey had come and she had sent him back for the others. I told Alice to go up and tell tbem if they came to my house they would never leave it. They did not come. "I began to prepare the medicine. My wife declared she would not per mit it to be applied. I threw it in the fire. I waa sit'On ting by the window reading the Bible. My wife was lying down. She called me to her and placed her arms around my neck. 11 'Would you mind If I should go away for a little while until I am stronger?' she satd. "I asked where she would go. She said to visit her sister and aunt at Rolla. I told her that they disapproved so strongly of her recent course that they would not welcome her and besides I could not afford to send her. "She said: 'If I get the money will you let me go?" "I said : 'Who could you get it No, from except from the preachers? I will not let you go.' "Nothing more was said that night. The next morning I was working on the third floor. About 8 o'clock I came down. My wife was sitting up. My daughter was combing her hair. "I said: 'How do you feel, Pete?' using the pet name by which I usual ly addressed her. "She said: I feel very bad." "I went up stairs again and did not come down until noou. My wile and daughter were gone. I have not seen them since. "The next week, Mrs. Mllllgan, of 1418 Papin street, another convert to Mormonlsm,'sent for me and told me she had let my wife have money to go to Rolla. I learned they had left there. I found In the bouse a letter from Candtand's wife urging her to come to Utah, I went to Candland and gave him 48 hours to get out of town. I wrote to Mis. Candland at Nephi, Utah, signing a fictitious name, and asking the whereabouts of Miss Lowe. She write back that Mrs. Lowe was at Logau, Cache county, Utah. UVINO IN UTAH. TFR DESERTION. the night of May 18 Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure itu It's all very well for a girl to plume ana give sucu strengtn to me lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle herself upon her pretty eyebrows.said tf an expert physlolognomlst the other there. 25c at all good druggists. day, I who have been studying charHard Slap nt Bryan. acter for years, have perhaps a rather Little by little the meat ot the re- different point of view. Eyebrows cent Bryan banquet at Chicago is be- show character, and the wife man coming known to the'p'ubllc, It was will take note of them when choosing not a love least, by any means. OS' his friends. Eyebrows, for instance, tensibly, Jhebanqtjet was forthe.pur Kbat- - are wide apart denote grand, pose 01 giving tne itryan Doom more generous, unsuspicious and impulsive wind. The result is that the boom is nature. badly punctured. When they meet one may be pretty In the house of his friends, Right sure that their owner's temperament Mr. Bryan was Informed that the is is ardent, but jealous and suspicious. 4ue in 1900 should be, not free silver, Eyebrows which are elevated at startand that the but ing and continue in long, sweeping party could not go before the country lines over the eyes, with downward a on two issues. tendency, Indicate artistic feeling. was late in the night when this It Straight eyebrows,. forming a firmly, startling announcement was made in defined line close to the eyes, denote a speech delivered by the mayor ot great determination and will power. Milwaukee. Bryan had howled for Those which begin rather strongly free silver; John J. Lenlz had occupied and terminate abruptly without passan hour and a half in abusing Presi- ing beyond the eyes show an Impadent McKintey. When Milwaukee's tient and irresistible nature. chief executive was called, he took Sensitiveness and tenderness are inbut five minutes' time, but he threw dicated by slightly arched eyebrows, bombshell into the free silver the and firmness of purpose and kindness forces by declaring in substance that ofheaitby those which are straight free silver is no longer an issue and at the beginning and are rather arched could not be dragged into the camat the temples. The eyebrows ol peopaign of 1900, and that and imperial-ismtmuple utterly devoid of mathematical be the party cry. power are raised at the termination, The "sentiment was cheered by a leaving a wide space between them large number present, while the free On the and the corner of silver advocates sat silently in their other hand, if they are close to the chairs. Mayor Maybury, of Detroit, eyes at the end, mathematical talent and Mayor Harrison, of Chicago, and may generally be safely assumed. others warmly congratulated the Eyebrows ot the same color as the speaker, and soon after the hall hair show constaucy, firmness and dischilly and the banqueters resolution ; if lighter than the hair persed. they denote indecision and weakness; Bryan and Bryanism received a setwhile if darker we may probably be back, and the Nebraska orator will right in our surmise that their owner hereafter fight shy of banquets until Is of an ardent, passionate and inconall the speakers are polled on the silsistent disposition. ver question. Toledo Blade. An energetic and easily Irritated nature is shown by the hair growing in st the-eyes- . be-ca- ms very sick, and the children are not well, and If ye don't mind, she would like to have me home for a few weeks to give her a bit of assistance," The colonel eyed him for a few moments and said: "Patrick, I might grant your request, but I got a letter from your wile this morning saying that she didn't want you home; That you were a nuisance and raised the devil Whenever you were there. She hopes I wouldn't let you have any more furloughs." "That settles it, I suppose I can't get the furlough, then," said Patrick, 'No; I'm afraid not, Patrick. It wouldn't be well for me to do so under the circumstances." It was Patrick's time now to eye the ColoneLasJie .startedforjtthedoor. Stopping suddenly hTsald: "Colonel, can I say something to yez?" things, Lord, and if he falleth and brlngeth no succor, banish him to the lower regions, to dwell with calamity bowlers, Thine shall be glory and praise throughout our newspaper career. Amen." Ex. Parsnip Complexion. It does not require an expert to de- "Certainly, Patrick; what is it?" "You won't get mad, Colonel, if I say it?" "Cettainly not, Patrick, what is it?" "I wan't to say there are two splendid liars in this room, and I'm one of them. I was never married in me loife." New York Tribune. Nlory or Slave. To be bound hand and foot for years by the chains of disease is the worst form of slavery. George D. Williams, of Manchester, Mich, tells how such a slave was made lree. He Bays: ''My wife has been so helpless for five years that she could not turn over in bed alone. After using two bottles of Electric Bitters, she is wonderfully improved and able to do her own work." This supreme remedy for female diseases quickly cures melannervousness, sleeplessness, choly, headache, backache, fainting and dizzy spells. This miracle working medicine is a godsend to'weak, sickly, run down people, Every bottle guaianteed. Only 50 cents. Sold by J. H. Williams, Druggist. tect the sufferer from kidney trouble. The hollow cheeks, the sunken eyes, the dark, puffy circles under the eyes,-thsallow parsnip colored complexion Indicates it. A physician would ask if you had rheumatism, a dull pain or ache in the back or over the hips, stomach troable, desire to urinate often, or a burning or scalding in passing it; it after passing there is an unsatisfied feeling as if it must be at once repeat ed, or if the' urine has a brick dust deposit or strong odor. When these symptoms arc present, no time should be lost in removing the cause. Delay may lead to gravel, catarrh of the bladder, infiamation, causing stoppage, and sometimes requiring the drawing of the urine with instruments, or may run into Brlght's Disease, the most dangerous stage of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roothe great discovery of the cminet kidney and bladder specialist, is a positive remedy for such diseases. Its reputation is world-wid- e and it Is so easy to get at any drug store that no one need suffer any length of time for n ant of it. However, if you prefer to first test its wonderful merits, mention Tim Hartford Republican and write to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. tor a sample bottle and book telling all about it, both sent absolutely free by mall. t, e For Infants and Children. The Kind You Hare Always Bought Bears the Signature of CASTOR A 1 persons In this state to manage our business in their own and nearby counties. It is mainly office work conducted at home. Salary straight $900 a year and expenses definite, bonafide, nor more, no less salary. Monthly $75. References. Enclose stamped envelope. Herbert E. Hess, Pres., Dept., M, Chicago. WANTED-SEVER- AL Bertln OASTOIIIA. Unji yThe Kind Yw Hiti EagM different directions; while short.close-lyin- g Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, A Will practice hi profession in Ohio aud adjoining counties. Special attention jjiven to all business entrusted to bit care. Ollico with County Attorney. cust streets to cheaper quarters. The first floor front room ot our house was empty. He asked if they might oc 3S3. OsP. i, cupy It I refused, my wife pleaded, and I consented. UARTFORD, KY. THRY MOVR IN. Will practice his profession in all "Three of them moved In Candthe Courts ot Kentucky. Special attention given to collections, settle- land, Ballard and Christiansen. This ment ot decedent's estates, road cases was on March is last. Later they Office up were Joined by Stookey. and criminal practice. stairs next door to Grifiin'sdrug store. "They held meetings in the rooms. My wife joined their church and gathJNO. B. WILSON, ered in congregations for them. She became so interested in the Mormons that she was in their room talking to HARTFORD, KY. attention given to col them nearly all the time. SPECIAL making abstracts, Ac ' "When Stookey caine they asked also Notary Public tor Ohio County. lor two tooms on the second floor, 1 Office North side of public square. at Grst refused and finally gave In. "On April 19 my wife was getting R. E. LEER1MMERMAN, the rooms ready for their occupancy. She asked me to help her. I would Hartford, Kt. said she would get Brother Will practice his profesaion in all the not. She Courts of Ohio and adjoining Counties Candland to help her. I told her not Collections carefully and promptly at- to. "I went about my work. When I tended, to. Office with T.J. Smith db Co., Market Btrect. K, Kokomo, Ind., Jan. 23. Constable El wood McCracken of North Ervln atransre Creature. Attorney at Law, KTE A T Attorney at lav? township brought to jail her y eater-dit- y a queer jpecimen of humanity, captured in a church at Popular Grove The man who was practically nude when found, is partly covered with a thick, shaggy growth of grizzly hair from one to four incher in lenght and was at first thought to be some wild animal crouching and walking on all fours between the benches of the church. Though evidently past 80 years of age, he is a Hercules in physique, and is very nervous and uneasy. His presence in the church created a panic, and he fought like a He can demon on being captured. talk but little. hair, growing in one direction, indicates a firm mind and good perceptions. An ardent, but tender nature is shown by the hair being soft and fine. When the hair of the eyebrows has a downward drop so that it almost meets the lashes when the eyes are widely opened, tenderness and melancholy are betrayed. The nearer the eyebrows are to the eyes, the firmer and the more remote the more volatile and flighty is the nature ot thelrown-er- . Boston Globe. &v. Mothers! Tun child-birt- h Attorney at Iaw Attorney at Law, v Will practice his profession in al the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. VR. R. WEDDING ECUL1AR TO OUR SOIL ? HaWohd, Ky. I ,?. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a Colbusiness entrusted to his care. lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Dank. Also Notary Publls, Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Mrs. Greger, Bagbyi a Tex., says: haa done so much good for me that I am able to do roy own work." Mr. JacobGrlnln, Elmer, MIch.,wrltes: )'Iwaavery nervous and unable to work. I havo taken several a and bottles of am entirely well." "Pe-ru-n- Amirican dittatt. Catarrh is an Esther Luther, Attorney at J,avtf Haiitforp, Kt. Hpecial attention given to all business entrusted to his' care. Office in Cot A. '.SAYlOft. Home. . I V PrtTRONlZBHir STEAM HOPKINS-VILL- E Laundry and 9 j7yrWors. Prices Flrft clasa work guaranteed reasonable Leave your laundry at the Post Office Shipped on Tuesday and returns on Thursday, Lman Williams Agt Educate Yonr llowele With CmcmH. Candr Cathartic, cure constlpatloa rorettr. 19o,o. !UaO,fU,drviiUurtuB4auiar. for took your deafness can hear now a well as I ever could." Aug. Tryloff, Ml. Clemen, Mich. .writes I "I had la grippe and It left me and contented. with a terrible cough. I "To friends here she had written and was that my daughter, who was 16 in Oc took cured." Her tober, is about to be married Mrs. E. Quest, Kearney, Neb., writes: only objection is that the man is a Buffalo Co., for Gentile and my wife will not give her "I took your catarrh, and can say that consent until she has converted him I am now entirely cured to Mormonlsra. of It." 'I tell these things with no desire II. Walter Brady, I had to parade my private troubles, but t Ark. , say a I running ears. It was so the end that the publrc may be warn offensive I excluded my. ed against these apostles of Mormon-Isself from all society, After Mine is not the and polygamy I had borno it fourteen only family in St. Louis that has been year I read Dr. nartman's book called The 111 of Life.' I took seventeen broken up by them I know ot three dollars' worth of hi remedies and am others. And while they were living entirely cured." at my house two girls and a woman "I r?i I sent a typewritten letter to that address, signing a fictitious name. I represented that Lowe had disappear ed and had left a will and requested She proof that she was Lowe's wile wrote a letttr givi.ns'the date of her birth and other ficts. She said she was making a living for herselt and daughter keeping house and taking happy care of four children, and-was Pe-ru-- hi Caa-cad- e, 1 m the result of his splendid health. Indomitable will and tremendous energy are not found where Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels are oat of order. If you want these qualities and the success they bring, use Dr. King's New Lite Pills They develop every power of brain and Coached S3 Tear. body. Only 25c at I. H. Williams' I suffered for 25 years with a cough, drug store. and spent hundreds ot dollars with doctors and for medicine to no avail Smtii j9 KM Yw Hot Atari Baaght until I used Dr Bell's Pine This remedy makes weak lungs strong It has saved my life. J li. Roswell, Grantsburg, 111. For sale by Martlet! Tvaeher Hay Be Barred. Z Wayne Giffin & Bro. tl In the future employment of married women in the public schools of Report ol Vine flroro School. Maximum 100, minimum o. Jewel Chicago probably will be forbidden Kimbley 85, Frank Klmbley 80, Jesse by the Board of Education, say memStevens 90, Annie Leach 92, Floy bers of that body, though Trustee Taylor 95, Sercle Harold 90, Clifton Jesse Sherwood's resolutions to that Stevens 98, Rosa Harold 90, Angeline efiect has been allowed to slumber by Harold 70, Allle Harold 74, Chester the School Management Committee. Social, economical, legal and doLeach 65, Maggie Sulser 98, Cora Burgess 90, Effie Burgess 94, Dee Sui- mestic reasons are among those urged ter 99 Josie McCoy 97, Sylvia McCoy. in favor of the resolution, while, on 70, Josle Rogers 80, Hurd Taylor 70, the other hand, the proposed rule is Vergie Taylor 80, George Taylor 90, not without strong opponents, SpecClara Leach 89, Eflle Taylor 65, Belle ific cases are cited to prove the injusBerryman 98, Marvin Stevens 90, tice or unwisdom of engaging married Clyde Leach 75, Henry Sulser 62, women teachers. President Graham H, Harris, of the Flem Taylor 97, Roia Berryman 99, Nettle Sulser 99, Harry Leach 98, board, Is a strong champion of the Cleveland Burgee 69, Lillie Burgess Sherwood resolution. "I don't believe we ought to encourage male 96, Willie Rogers 90. parasites," said he. "There are lots Louanna Ford, teacher. ot them in town Jiving off of women CU1IK A COLD IN ONi: DAY teachers, and I don't see why we Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- should- - add to the number. If we lets. All druggists relund money if it falls to cure. 25c. The genuine pass this rule, then the men who are t looking around for a woman to tf has L. B Q. on each tablet. them will pick out some one a teacher. Then the teachers WANTED ACTIVE SOLICITORS Story of the for "The wil be careful not to marry men who Philippines" bv Murat Halstead, haven't the ability to support them " commissioned by the Government as Chicago telegram to the new York Official Historian to the War Depart. Went. The book was written in army Times. camps at Sin Francisco, on the Pacific wito General Merftt in the hospitin Hong Kong, In als at Honolulu the American trenches at Manila, In the iusureat camps with Aguinaldo, On the deck of the Oly pla with Dew. There Wrre Two. ey,' and In the roar ol battle at the Here IS a story told of Pratrick fall ol Manila. Bonanza lor agents. In the Ninth ReguBrimful of otlglnal pictures taken by O'Mara, a private government photographers on the lars: Not long ago he wen,t to the spot Large book. Low prices'. Big Colonel who was a severe disciplinaprofits Freight paid, Credit given. rian for a two weeks leave of absence. Drop all trashy unofficial war books. "Well, said the Colonel, "what do Outfit free Address, P T. Barber, Sec'y., Star Insuiance Bldg Chica- yon want a two weeks furlough foi?" Patiick answered: "Me woife Is go, IS 16 t. Was ni.marli' Iron m m Nerve OABVOXIXA. TO Tar-Hone-y. The Editor' i'rajrer. The following prayer is going the rounds of the press. We don't know who the author is. It may and it may not have been Brother Doane, of the Jasper Courier. At any rate the author handled the subject well and must have been at home lu the church. The story goes that the eds itor went to church the other Sunday night and was called on to lead In prayer, when he said "Almighty and kind Father, who doth from Thy throne look down upon the government of men and delinquent subscribers, most humbly we beseech Thee to draw near unto them and whisper a few things into their ears that the statutes forbid us to utter. Thou knowest our wants but the subscribers knoweth them not, and seldom steps in to inquire. Let it be known unto them that there are patches on the homestead ot our pants, and that we hunger and thirst and that he asketb us not to sup with him. Thou knowest, Lord, thatonr paper and ink costs money, but the subscribers knoweth it not, and seemingly careth less. Thou knowest we are cold and the subscriber brlngeth not the wood he promised, and we are shivering and skateth while he roasteth his shins before the red hot stove of his mother in law. Tell him all these of can be almost en- tirely avoided. WineofCardul- - and W&9E. ers. It gives toneto the genital organ , and nuts them in condition to do their work perfectly. That makes pregnancy less painfnl, shortens labor and hastens recovery after child-birtIt helps a woman bear strong healthy children. relievea expectant moth- Wmi-';inlhis ui ' years. A few dose often brings joy to loving hearts that long for a darling baby. No woman should neglect to try It for this trouble. It cures nine edses out of ten. All druggists sell Wine of Cardul. $1.00 per bottle. requlrlncr For idrtcs In directions, address, rlvlflf symptoms, lha "Ladles' Advisory Dpartment.' Th Chattanooga Medietas Co.. Chattanooga, Teon. Mrs. LOUISA UAU. also brought happiness to thouiands of homes barren for ax PIJ Wins or Cardul bean married tbrt years, but Nine could not hata any children. months later 1 bad On girl baby." wt had "When I nnt took or Jsflerion, (!., Mju Catarrh Leads A to Consumption. Fatal Disease. "I had such a severe case of Catarrh that I lost my hearing In ono ear, and part of the bone In my nose sloughed constantly treated with off. I w sprays and washes, but each winter the disease seemed to hae a firmer hold on me. 1 had finally been declared Incurable when I decided to try 8. S. S. It seemed to get right at the seat of tho disease, and cured 1110 permanently, for I hnve had no touch of Catarrh for seven yearn. nlmost-unbearabl- Forerunner of the Moat sup-pot- es OAlBTOXtXA. Though its offonsivo features aro somotimes few poople are awaro of tho danger of wliioh Catarrh is tho fororun-no- r. Catarrh invariably leads to Consumption. Growing worso and worse each winter, thoso wholly upon tho usual treatment of sprays, washes and inhaling mixtures find that it is impossible to check the disease with these local applications wliioh only reach tho surface. Tho olTonsive dischargo inonases all the while, causing a feeling of persoilal defllomeut, and gets deeper and doeper until it is only a question of a short time until the lungs are alTooted. Tho importance of tho proper treatment can thorofore be readily appreciated. But no good wlmt-nvcan be expeoted from local applications, as such treatment never did cure Catarrh, and uover will. er 'Due West, 8. 0." who have had tho first Those touch of Catarrh will save endless sulToring by taking the right remedy nt tho 2 Vks oiftsot. Othors who have for WJPr isTi. I fl n9. mr & run iii v. vi'nra HOticht re- Hfif and found onlv disuDPOtllt- mont in locil treatment will And it wiso to viisto no further times, on sprays, washes, inlialing otc, which aro only temporary and can not savo tlu-- from Consumption. Catarrh isailoep-seate- d blood disease. S. S. S. is the only remedy whloh can reach tho very bottom of tho disease and cure it poriimnontly. Hooks sont free by tho Swift Spociflo Company, Atlanta, da. "MR. JOSKHUNI POLIIILL, jMj -- mix-turo- ife. Hartford Republican. itARTi'oiinrimi.isitiMiiuuptjxY Incorporated. FON ROGERS, I NO .tlMl rtttlitjR tiy Ibr II. IIIO.MAS. EDITORS. Offlco on Pox Stroot. Subscription, Entered t $1 per year In advance ce contemplated by the Goebel law. Having been the author of n law thai makes the appointment ot corrupt election officer pofslb'o, and then pointing out tho easy manner in which tuch corrupt officers can bo turned to account one is led to believe tho Kenton statesman is presenting his schemo to steal the State as a virtue to be rewarded by his party by giving htm tho nomination for Governor. A may reach that eastern land and change chaotio darkness to civil liberty and religious freedom. WILSON On Trial At London On RESPONSE. Beaver Dam, Ky., Jan. 34. Messrs. S. P. Roby, I. C. Adlr, J.W. Charge of Murder. Tho Courthouses for tho Stato so far as Takon. Crowdod-Evldonc- Green River Academy v o POPULIST'S VIEWS. The IU.rUBUCAV ns second class mall matter. I'KIDAY, JANUARY 37. tlie post-offi- nt Hertford A reporter for C Jarnigln, rf Beaver Dam. as caodidnte fur tbe nomination for Ret resentative, sut ject to the action ol tbe We renuthor'7.d rem itrrnEqr.x tativi:. toarnouncellon. R. Rtpublicnn paity. Gokiiki- 189G "settled "nothing." William J Bryan doesn't look at it that way. tajs that the election ol Scsatoh Quay is having some tough fun in shaking the "Senatorial plunTlroni the Pennsylvania assembly. A coimtiiT man can soy the vilest and mrauest thing of another to cover up his own critnfs anil corruption. Bill Goebul for example. should go slow and c cure as large n htm aa possible. When he pinches Uncle Sara he will find tu his sorrow that he is not fooling with approached Mr. J. J. Bracken, chair man of the People's Party Executive Committee, for hia viiwa ou tbe future of his party. When aked what had caused the depletion of Populist representation in the Nat! nal Houso ot Representative, Mr Bracken replied, unhesitatingly: "Fusion." "The PopulUt parly was at one time," said Mr. Bracken, "in a fair wav to get control of the national government. The Populist party came upon the scene fighting trusts and monopolies and advocating the free coiungo of silver at a time when the Democratic party was going to pieces, and but for the politicians who got into its ranks and advocated .fusion Hale and othets, of Fordsvlllt; W. T. WesterCeld.H. C. Shaver, Rob- ert Webb and others of HeQIu. Gentlemen: In response to your calls requesting me to make the race for Representative, I must say, that after considering tbe question well from both a personal and n political standpoint, I have decided that it will be best, both for myself and our party, for me not to make tbe race. Therefore, I beg the privilege of refusing to allow my name to go before the convention. Thanking each and every one that baa said an encouraging word for me, I am, Respectfully, S. C. Cannot Hair JViflor W i and Business Institute air. .' London, Ky., Jan. 34 The exam Inlng trial of 12. K Wilson, charged with the murder of Miss Mary Cloyd, began this afternoon at t o'clock, The courthouse was packed full of people from all parts of the county anxious to hear the trial. Wilson appeared with his counsel, apparent ly trying to look calm and colected, but puffing Incessantly at his cigar. His counsel consists of R. L Ewell, D. K. Rawlings and A. L. Reed. The Commonwealth is represented by Attorney James Sparks, Hon. Ed. Park er, H. C. Hazlewood, C. R. Brock, P. P. Stillings and J Walker Moren. After rigid restrictions In regard to order had been placed over tbe court" room by Judge Stanberry, the trial was opened, Tbe first witness introduced was Mrs. C. J McLear, landlady ol the Catch .ings Hob)l. Io substance, her testimony was that.Majy Cleyd had been employed by her for more than two years, and thui she believed her to have been strictly virtuous until Wil son's relations began with her, coming up to the time of Miss Cloyd's illness, in the last week of December. She njattd that Miss Cloyd was ill two or three days before the cause was known. Dr. Pennington was called in to see the gtrl and wanted to make an examination, butshe refused. At last she consented, and an examl nation was raadelby Drs. Ramsey and Pennington. The girl then made a statement to the doctors and Mrs. McLear, as follows: Over two years ago Wilson began I Opens Jan. 30, 1899. COURSES Preparatory, Teachers', Scientific and Business, Typewriting, Telegraphy, Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Etc. Expenses Lowest Board $1.50 to 2.00. Club Hates Lowest Ever Known. IB, PRINCIPALS, t ) What does it do? It causes the oil glands in the skin to become more active, makingthehalrsoft and glossy, precisely as nature intended. It cleanses the scalp from Aouixalho Spain. Senator Goebel's Lebanon speech did not make the desired impression being spiced with hardtimes soiig. Talk against prosperity does not go nowadays. seems to bo a suicidal epN From Jans demic racinc Louisville. uary 17 to 21, inclusive, six successful and four unsuccessful attempts at sclidestiuction were reported. There Will A Smith, contracting agent for the cellulose company, tells the firecklntidge New, that it Is Impossible for bim to get the tabor he needs in his business. He says that almost every man has a job, and that those who are Idle have prospective work that keeps them from Immediate emthemselves into ofllce, would ployment It Is probable that labor to get has not been so closely employed In have absorbed the Democratic party this section In ten years. Owensboro and a great part of the Republican Inquirer. party and would now he in control of Wi In its advanced and chronic form a the national paverument." "What will be tbe future ot the cold in tbe bead Is known as Nasal Catrrh and is tbe recognized source of Populist party, Mr. Bracken?" the other diseases. Having stood tbe asked. know, but if the Populist test of continued successful use, Ely's "I don't party dies, I'm going to take a seat by Cream Balm is recognized as a specific for membranal diseases in the nas myself." sal passages, and you make a great Mr. Bracken has been leader in mistake in not resorting to this treattbe Populist party since its organizament in your own case. To test it a bis comments on the results tion and trial size for 10 cents or the large for of fusion aro worthy tbe sober consid- SO cents is Bailed by Ely Brothers, 56 eration of our readers. Warren Street, New York. DrugOUR POSITION TOWARD gists keep it. A correspondent writing to the Bowling Green Courier annouaces that he Is for William J. Bryan for President and James B. Beck for vice President. This brilliant genius has a level head. Beck has been dead ten years and Bryan died in 1S96. Happily the two mentioned, belong to the same class. Pantagraph. m Stevens tin Ilrlp. dandruff and thusremoves one of the great causes of baldness. It makes a better circulation in the scalp and stops the hair from coming out. !. SSiilflHaS Of Anual & IP, IEI. ROCKPORTiKY. lfl33, It Prevents and It Cores Boldness Aycr's Hair Vigor will surely make hair grow on bald heads, provided only there is any life remaining in the hair bulbs. It restores color to gray or white hair. It does not do this in a moment, as will a hair dye; but in a short time the gray color of age gradually disappears and the darker color of youth takes its place. Would you like a copy of our book on the Hair and Scalp? It Is free. XZaEHSXX3S25i&2IMKg Til Oreat the AT OipeaoLixxg of WEST KENTUCKY SfcMINAJRY And Teachers' Training School' BEAVER DAM, KY., Tuesday, January 24th, 1899. FACULTY of SRVRN vigorous, earnest, capable teachers. ENVIRONMENT unexcelled, both socially and morally. TEACHERS' Training a special feature of the institution. STATE Certificate dais will be Urge and strong. ELOCUTION Department sfTords superior advantages. M USIC Department unexcelled In the State. CLASSES, large, enthusiastic, and stronp. METHODS designed to give wisdom, power and skill. BUILDING remodeled large, cdmmodious and inviting. EXPENSES lower than any institution of tqual advantages. TRAINING set Us moral as well as intellectual streagth. i , It yo do no! obtain ll Ih. b nSt yon tipocud from tho oa of tbo VUor wrlto tho Doctor .bout II. Addrtll. Ult. J. C. AVER. fcowoil. Mho. , ' i . v ' THE PHILIPPINES. to fight With and the burden of the most infamous law ever enacted in Kentucky upon his shoulder, Billie Goebel must wade through bloody seas to the throde. an unanimous pros If Billy Bryan or Bill Goebel were on guard at the pearly gate of tbe celestial Eden.editor Richard W. Knott, of the Louisville Fot, would have to camp without the city till Tnonias Jefferson could bring a ladder from his garret and fling it over the wall. his campaign at Lebanon like the silverites opened tbe campaign of 1896, by boasting that the leading newspapers were against him, and like result may be The press has become too expected. great a power for any man or political party to defy. Bill Goebei. opened Tue popu'ar belief in this country that Germany, is giving substantial aid to the Philippine insurgents, is exciting a bitter feeling among the American press, and a newspaper war of unusual intensity is being waged by the journalists of the two countries against each other. Let us hope the German-Americwar may befought to a finish on paper. an is reported that Mount Vesuvius is in a state of violent eruption. For some time the mountain has been ep utio.spasmodically, but recently nil the old craters broke out with trc- mendous bursts of flame and molten lava. Reports from Naples say that the sight at night is a wonderful and terrifying spectacle. Great masses of molten matter and towers of flames are ejected more than GUO feet in tbe air. It Probably the greatest misfortune of the Democratic party has been its failure te develop etatesmen worthy the honor and confidence of their party. Only three men, iu as many dt'eades, have been decently recognized by that party Tilden, Cleveland and Bryan This Ma to of attain may he accounted for by the fact that Democratic fealty is measured by devotion tn the hero of tho hour no lees than to tho latest platform of the par ty, No Democrat w.w dares to an nuunce bimcelf a candidate lor office without declaring himself in favor of Bryan mid the Chicago platform, ali ways utmitig Bryan first. A party that dares not live by its platform, divorced from individual leader, will be ilnw in developing statesmen nud (I tiill iu wiiiumg the confidence people. f ihe Much has been said about tbe administration's Philippine policy, pro and con, and still a great deal remains to be said. The United States' position relative to tbe Philippines is rather a peculiar one and came about under peculiar circumstances and not at a matter of choice. It was destiny. Tho American-.Spaniewar was fought for the sake of humanity, and in it, the administration was supported by an unanimous public opinion. Great as were the responsibilities of tbe at my and navy, the responsibili ties resting upon tbe government as a result or consequence of victory are yet greater. With Spain's army defeated in tho Geld and her navy swept from tbe sea it might seem that our greatest bun den is of the past, but not so. To es tablisb a government for a people that has never enjoyed the privilege of even in a limited form, is now the grave responsibility and imperative duty ot the United States. When tbe war broke out tbe fleet in the far east, under Admiral Dewey, was compelled to seek an asylum, and that place ot refuge wat Manila. His entrance into Manila bay and destruction of tbe Spanish fleet was a is aster stroke of strategy, and wat applauded by an unanimous press and people. With that great event came the responsibility, moral and political, to protect the lives aud possessions of the people of that coun. try. Never baa there been a moment since the firing of tbe first gun from Dewey's fleet to the present when tbe United States could with credit and honor to herself quit the islands. When the Spanish government in the islands was destroyed the United States became responsible for the government therein, and tbe nations of Much is being said about the issues of the campaign of iojo. You need not worry about it, there will be an issue as has always been the case, the Republicans will be on the right side and the free silver fellows will be on the other side as usual Eliztbeth-towLeader. n Interesting to Lndlei. been subject to erysipelas all my life and have been cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. When run down from causes peculiar to my age and sex, I took Hood's Sarsapartlla and it did me so much good that I advise all tired, weak and over worked women to give it a trial " Mrs. Mary A Higgs, Hickory Valley, Tenn. "I have Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. Easy to take, easy to operate; reliable, sure. 25c. McHenry, Ky. Jan. 24- - Mr. O. V. Wilson closed a very successful school at Elm wood, District No. 75, last week. The pupils and patrons unite in declaring bis school to be one of tbe most successful ever taught in the district, and as further evidence of their faith in his qualifications and ability, they have employed bim to continue the school through tbe spring and early sum mer. At the closing of the fall term Mr. Wilson was pleasantly surprised with a most beautiful present made bim by tbe pupils. Vince is an ex cellent young man and merits the confidence and esteem cf tbe people, which he enjoys. X. 'ur Aiiit-rieu- fecret billot election who conduct the elec U01. iMii, if corrupt, make tbe usult ol aa Heuion ulattver they choose, without leOrence to how tbe volet verecast. These officeis count the v tes, dttroy tbe ballots, certify the n tun tbe i.fiictrs Undhh ss nit id i"ttbfr tif voter nor any one else is permitted t testify how any vote was cast Extract from r- Goebel's Lebanon speech, The Kenton bona incautiously s'ates the conditions ninth make lLo Infamous elec'ion law that hears his name the most daiigtiuug law that ever menaced a fren cnplu Under Ihe Goebel law the riin'a ekoiim om ruisaioners are all or ninj rilj Drtno crnli and, notwithstanding the politi11 cal division of election ntlicitr", u uv appoint incapable, ii responsible nr corrupt Republican tlti-tiuWllcer., at suggwU'd b T itiiblu'e letter to Thompson, and complete tho steal b t'urrrt they cannot reach the diseased,, poition of the ear. Theie'ls qnjy-oiir- j way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is ciuscd by an inflamed condition of the mucus lining ot the Eustachian Tube. When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or impel feet hearing, and when it Is mtluly closed deafness is the result, and unless the in" fltmation can be taken out and this tube restored tu tts normal condition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cises out ol ten are caused by catarrh, which in nothing but an In fltuied condition o( the mucous surface). R. C. We mil tfivt Or.e Hundred Dollars for any cae tit Deafness (caused by HlKNtU; lIAKTruitli, KY. 10 tne conu.ercioi ine worm, surcatarrh) thhtcinnct he cured by Hall's O ir Iron G av Mare, five years old, rounded by tho lei, she had closed Catarru Ciiie Send lor circulars, tliit-eWatch, Clock and Jewelry rrpalrlng bunds h (th broke to ride and herself up likn an oyster in its shell. ('one frte. V J, CaiSMiv & Co .Toledo, O work She is a fust class Animal in iu fust class order. will sell her for a rea Sold by Druggists, 75c. But tho United States by treaty opsn m evtn repi-c- t A fine outfit for testing ejes for orontlme snnb1e prlcc-.ca- sh If on ed up that couutry to tbe commerce Hall's Family Pills are the best time party to give note with approvweak vision, etc. Don't fail to have tbe civilized world and aa a result ot ed security, Apply at this office, tf Tit HIiik ol All Blri'i, to.day Japan is tie leadiug nation of your eyes tested before buying specis nnttd tor its Ueen sight, clear and Th lint I'rrorrlptloa tmt ChllU tacles. the eaat. distinct virion Some those persons and Fevrr Is a bottle of Grove's Tast-leTbe moral and political influence Chiil Tnnlc. Never falls to cure; who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve then why experiment with worthies the United States is sufficient in time for weak eyes, styes, sore eves or any Iruitutionr? Price, 50c, luiL people to U Snot WRrMBst All uil OuoS. Vm M klbd or granulated '"is. Sold by al) ti transform a Voutk fnu T00U0 jrfl Ulloo, 34f drjUto. May we not hope that civilization. T Cars CouotlMtlo Forofor. dealers at 35 cents. For sale by Z TaksCucotoU Candr Calbirlla. 10a or tbe influence of American institution . MLMHHHHBLMHBBtllf i Wayne Griffin & Dro. tf uit w our, aruff tot rorua 1 a. Bo-s'd- es earth so regard it. A government must be established there. Every obligation of expediency and of duty demands that the United States establish that govern, ment. It is absurd to argue that tbe Filipinos are competent to govern themselves, not being experienced in Governments are not botn in a day, but arc tbo outgrowth of centuries of experience. The great question now to be settled is the establishment of a government Then the dtyxsilion ot the ic'ands may be made as our interests iu th future and theirs may dictate. the obligation renting upon usaa a nation having destroyed the only government, to establish another, thero is a moral obligation that we thou d onBider. Morally a man 1ms not the right to isolate himself from tociety and live a hermit, much 1cm has a nation. We arc bound Vy cvfry conrideration of right to scatter the blessings of liberty and spread the influence of religion. Fifty years ego Japan was living to herself alone. Her oris were doted , Savannah, Ga. Mrs E. J. HuJson, Hartford, Ky. Dear Mother: We arrive here this morning, Jan. iSth, about 7 o'clock; commenced loading on transport as soon as we arrived. Will leave for Matanz.is, Tuba, this eve. Everything is loaded now but the mules and men. We fire having a good time. So fat everyone anxious to go. We have- - a nice transport, tbe Minue-wa.skTbe whole regiment will sail We are supposed to make the on it tun iu 48 hours Will write jou again as soon as we arrive in Cuba I am well now, Take good care of yourself and I think we will be home by May, Give Tnu KF.ruuucAN this letti r and It t them publish what they I watt Give my best regards to all my liiends. Enclosed jou will find some vjews ot our cauipai Lexington, ' I remain, your loving son, Ali'keo L Hudson, Co. D, 3d Ky Reg. Section 4311 of tbe Kentucky Statutes provides that the duties ol tbe .. overseers shall be as follows: Tuition per term ot ttu weeks . . $ 8.00 "In counties wherein the roads are Tuition two terms in Ivance 15 00 worked by hands allotted as hereinbeBoard, room, fuel, lihn, etc., In good families per week 00 fore provided, the overseers shall have Tuition, tioard.room etc.per term of 10 weeks in advance a6 50 charge of the roads and bridges In Club board at your own price. Organization of two clubs has already their respective precincts, construct been made. Those desiring ti enter club should inform ns at once. Each bridges and wotk the roads, shall summons the hands to work tbe roads member will furnish his own bed ling, etc. and prozistons. By this means in their precincts ; superintend and the cost of board is materially reduced. E. R. RAY; Pros. J. B. TAYLOR, lie. Pres. S. C. STEVENS. Sec'i. direct said work and keep tbe road and bridges thereon free ol obstructions and in good condition for travel; and shall report to the nearest Justice of the Peace or to the County Judge 358 any failure or refusal of any ot the hands on his road to appear and do good work in obedience to bis summons, and the number and length ot 333 HARTFORD, KY. time of such failure," .4 Wilson gave Iter. Section 43 10 provides that overseers C. J. McLear testified: "When I "For failure to perform the duties learned MirsClojd's condition and herein required ol them shall, for each the cause I went to Wilson's office offense, be fined trom five to fifteen and told bim about It, and he ac dollars, The fines imposed under this 5, knowledged that he had seduced her section to be recovered on warrants and that he would do whatever the issued by and tried before the Judge girl said. Wilson then went to Miss of the Quarterly Court." Sovon full courses of study. Cloyd's room. He made a lew com-- i Section 4347 provides that "It shall Strong Faculty of Ton Toachors. monplace remarks to the girl, and be the duty ot the County Attorney to & Diplomas accepted In tho boat Universities. then said: 'Mary, I did not cause make diligent inquiry as to any viothis; you used those Instruments lation of this law,and cause such proyourself, didn't you?' She replied: ceedings to be instituted as are proi 'No, Mr. Wilson; you know that you vided herein when such violation is EXPENSES. m did.' Whereupon Wilson broke down ascertained." Tuition per Terra ot ten weeks $ 8 oo and said: 'Yes. I did,' and acknowlComplaints arc coming to me from Twenty weeks (in advance) edged to all the girl had accused him all parts of the county in regard to 15 oo of in her statement." Summer Term, five weeks the bad condition of tbe roads and tbe 5 00 Mr. McLear appealed to Wilson to . failure of the overseers to work or Board in private families per week 3 00 marry her, and he replied that he . keep the roads in condition for travel, Club board ot your own price Several clubs already would shoot his heart out before be I therefore desire to call the attention ot the overseers ol Ohio countv to t hear would marry a girl in that condition Mr. McLear talked to him of the enor plain provisions of the law and give mlty of his crime, giving Wilson a them an opportunity to work the sound rating, Wilson finally said ' roads and make them free of obstruc m that he woul'd marry her as soon as tlons and in good condition for travel she was able to stand. He tben left, before any prosecutions are instituted. T. J. MORTON, Pin. O. M. SHULTZ.YiH Pill. and was seen no more until he was Every road in the county should be worked and put In good condition for arrested and brought back. FtTT'YTMMlMVvYnrTirTTiTyTVTVTVTV?WllOT JIUTOrVfvrTTOTmTnrwTOH TC The testimony for the day was then travel on or before the first day of t(itlitfilBlililikfatttsliNlitiUtifkliBt(t.fiiiihlritil.KlHliikl.fh;i.I MC closed. Tbej trial wilj be resumed toMay, 1899. Yours very respectfully, morrow at 8 a.m. There are six or M. L Hkavrin, seven witnesses jit for the CommonCounty Attorney. his attentions to her. For about a year he tiled to seduce her, and at last succeed-- d under a promise of marriage. Afterward their illicit relations were kept up, Wilson continuing to make his promises. A'jout December 22 he induced her to allow him to perform a criminal operation. He had previously given her some medicine, which she took. She was compelled to stay in bed ftom that time. When the doctors wished to examine her she mould not consent until she wrote to Wilson, asking him whether she should allow it. He replied in the negative. The note from Wilson was produced in court. Ihe next witness was Miss Sarah Wyat, another girl employed In the hotel. She testified to finding the note in Miss Cloyd's bed; also to finding the box of medicine in Miss Cloyd's trunk, which the gll said Notlco to Ovoraoors of Roads. Expenses. t- ; J Ij 'fimwm&wm&mm&mmsm 3 HARTFORD COLLEGE, Third Term opens Jan. 16,1899. Summer Term opens June '99. a m I I Write for Catalogue. wealth. Wilson's, father, lrom Williams-town- , and several of his Iriendi ate here making a hard fight, Junes 0. Cloyd, a brother "t the dead girl and a member of the Louisville Legiuu, is pubhing tbeprosectttion ( 1l . o. ) )'l,riltrAl I'fuiuiil byllocal apphcbpniT SUTPHIN, Jeweler and Optician, Your friends may smile But that tired feeling Means danger. It Indicates impoverished And impure blood This condition may Lead to serious illness. It should be promptly .Overcome by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, Which purifies and Enriches the blood, Strengthens the nerves, Tones the stomach, Creates an appetite, And builds up, Energizes and vitalizes The whole system. Be sure to get Only Hood's. i:lr, A housekeeper living in Pennsdale, Pennsylvania,1 had a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very obstinate, but after using about one doz,en Jcartons Ripans Tabules, was greatly benefited, and no&oHy'usei them occasionally. I do all I can toward recommending Ripans Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them in the house for future use. Am forty years old. it, i 5 ! -s tf m . I. nproo. ?irM, !m .v Tort --or a k4 tl (tooot, iuml rtu ..,. huu mi u Uw. semi-savag- e J fT I uuuu 'Subscribe for The Republican Mill Great White Sale. ARE. The first of tho seuon and on itle thl morning. We wnt our many customers to come to town, regardle ul weaihcr, and tee what we do during tbe dull" ninntln. This la the time for WHITE sewing and making whsIi drcesca niid ehirt wafita and getting the children rradr for spring and inmmer. You will be surpricd to er Imw much money we can save you, and how much greater (lie variety than those you see in other stores. HEHKTIIKY Farming Implements of all kinds, sale by Henry Field & Son. Schroeter, the leading Green river Photographer, Is now at Hartlord. Call and see his work. His Photo Buttons are the fads of the day, also his Photon are finer than ever. Ohio county has a fair representa. lion in the petit jury of the Federal couit at Owensboto this term, Messrs. Clint Carson, S.H.Bennett and Moses Mattlngly a' e our representatives. f jr Royal mnn twin fotmt ob Baking Powder N CLOSING OUT SALE! Ms The entire Large Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Carpets, Gents Furnishings, Hats, Shoes, &c., &c, of Makes the food more delicious end wholesome t row. College Notes. NEW WASH GOODS. 80 inch New lVrcs! I'ercaM Simpson .Go Co Btit Shirting Prints 4o Best Dress Prints 3Jc JJeat Dress Ginghams ,8c Good Dress Gingham 6c Best Apron Check- - Gingham. 5c 10 Pieces Silver Star Madras in latest patterns A beautiful fabric for waists and dresses, exquisite coloring worth 15c, our price 12Jo 10 Piccss Fine Zephyr Gingham, worth 12Jc, now 9c f f Vl . . . NEW, WHITE. GOOPS. at 0 Pieces Sheer India Linens, worth 8Jc, go 6c G Pieces Itegular 10a India Linens t. . .8 Jo 10 Pieces 15c Quality India Linen 10c 6 Pieces 20c Grade India Linens just tbe article for hemstitching 15c 10 Pieces Narrow Check and Stripe Dimeties, all right for the children, worth 16c to 25c, our price. 10c Don't wait until warm weather to make these goods. They are in our house and new, at prices that can never be duplicated again. sh STAPLES such as Check Cottons, Bleach and Brown Table Linens, Cheviots, Bed Tick, Outings, Flannels, Carpel Chain, etc., we were never in better poCottons, sition to save you money. Others blow their "closing out sales" and quote prices they can not meet. We sell as we advertise. We carry the stock. We down competition. Visit us and we will prove to you that we are HEADQUARTERS. Hartford Temple fTAIi & of Fashion, 0., proprietors. Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, JANUARY 17. Leave your horse at Field's stable when in town. We can sell a man's Suit at $2.50, boys 50c, Overcoats and ladles Wraps for less than cost. Carson & Co. s Beaver Dam, Kv No204, Fast No. 232, No. 222, No. 202, No. 294, .Hi Timo Table. a. m. a. m. p. m. p. m. a. m. Mrs. Julia Davis, who has been visiting relatives at McHenry for the past week, is expected home today. Our roment Counter is overflowing with good bargains. Come now, before the best ones are gone. Thomas Pros'. Cash Stork. Messrs. Ben and Sam Bach, the Jew merchants, have returned to Hartford and are now closing out their entire stock. ' See their ad. In this paper. o, NOKTU BOUND. l Mail Accommodation.. 5:02 Accommodation. .12.41 6:52 Fast Mail Local Freight. . . .8:10 4:-l- Mr. Undsey Newton, of Owens-borSOUTH BOUND. has been in Hartford this week 12 20 p. in. with his No. 203, Fast Mail father. Rev. Silas Newton, No. 231, Accommodation, ,.8:37 p. m. who Is 'confined to his bed with las No. 221, Accommodation. 12:25 p. m.. grippe. 10:30 a. m. No. 201, Fast Mail Messrs. B. S. Chamberlain, HartNo. 293, Local Freight. . . . 2:40 p. m. ford, and J. B. Wallace, Sulphur Springs, are In Owenaboro attending Omnibuses leave Hartford every court . They are members of the Fedday at 9 and 11 a. m. and 4 p. a. eral grand jury. ,Mr, Henry Griffin Is confined with ft the grip. Field's 'bus meets all trains at The politest attention and the best of Heaver Dam.' feed for your horses. Deputy Sheriff, R. B. Martin, Is In W. J. Hudson committed suicide in town, this week.. a saloon at Central City last week. For.iny and all kinds of plows call He was agent for the Hopklnsvllle on' Henry FIelt & Son. steam laundry and a Klnght of Hon ." T, ' '' JRey. J. 'Casebier, of Rockport, on. No .cause known. visited relatives'. here Monday.- ?Mrs. S. D. Howard, of Beda, visited Mrs. Wood Tinsieyast Sunday. Field & Son have secured an extra stable and now' have ample room to accommodate all their customers. A Fleshy t7' Mr." Wm, Fair went to Lovisville Sunday, returning Monday night. For SAut. A thoroughbred jersey bull call. Apply at this office. 37, Consumptive Did you ever see one? Did you ever hear of one ? Most certainly not. Consumption is a disease that inVarlably causes loss of i ' Henry Field Si Son have a few snoic disc burrows tor sale cheap. Photographer Taylor will make, plctuies in Hartford every Monday, Attorney V. S. Proctor, of Leltch-ficl- d, was here on legal business Tuesday. Mr. D.J. Duncan, of Greenville, bas been in Hartlord this week talking insurance. Ulla Herring spent Saturday ..and Sunday at Beaver Dam with hr sister, Mrs. R. H, Austin. Mcintosh Coat $1 .40; in cotton and all wool Coats at f 3 50. flesh. If you are light In weight, even If your cough is only a slight one, you should certainly take of coo Carson & Co, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ragtand, of Roslne, are vlitlu.g their parent, Mr. and- - Mrs. M. S Ragland, this week. All Wool Flannel 13c, lota of Dress Goods to close at wholesale prices. Cabson & Cq, l wvw No remedy is such a perfect preventive to consumption. Just the moment your throat begins to weaken and you And you are losing flesh, you should begin to take it. And no other remedy has cured so many cases of consumption. Unless you are far advanced with this disease, Scott's Emulsion will hold every inducement to you for a perfect cure. ah ururnaiL mv sinu at. Scott A Rowttc, ChtmUti.H.V. Ihtr oil Kullh es. I attend the Sam Jones lectures while Taylor as visitors at General Bxer. clses. in that city. The Adelphlan Society was reorFrom now until January 28th, we ganized last Friday evening. The will Bell all Calicoes at Aprou old constitution waS adopted with check Ginghams Hoosier Cotton amendments, and new" officials elected 4c and Columbia Shirting 6c. These with Randolph Wedding-aPresident, prices are for cash only or for good and a program adopted 'for the next Country Produce. Car sow & Co. meeting. The members exhibited Master Cieve Her is agent in Hart unusual Interest so we ma'y look for ns ford tor tbe well kn6wn' Richmond some lively' times 4mo'ng'"the during the next five months. Steam Laundry, Which does work at popular prices. He solicits A. S. Bennett attended General Exyour patronage. Leave your laundry ercises Wednesday mornng. at the saddlery shop of Likens & The Hypatlans reorganized with Her. tt Miss Laura Morton for President. Capt". W.. T. Bills and Mr. Reuben After the. usual amount of argument A. Miller, two well known lawyers ol necessary for feminine assemblies to Owenaboro, have been employed to come to an agreement a program was defend Cicero King, the man who finally adopted. Look out for 'the killed Marshal Casebier. He will be Hypatlans. tried at the next term of Circuit Court The College Campus is Infested which convenes the first Monday In with hosts of small boy and snow March. balls. Be sure to give the counter-sig- h when you want to cross the Pendleton Lodge, A. O. U. W. J. E. had an Interesting meetlngat Masonic Campus. The prospects for a prosperous term Hall Wednesday night. Two memis brighter now than it'has been for bers, J. L. Rowe and Robt. B. Wedding were Initiated. This Lodge is several years. "Nominis Umbra." growing rapidly, and bids lair to soon FOB SALE OB BEAT. become the leading fraternal society The Commercial Hotel, situated on of the city. ' the befit business cornet in Hartford, The ThreeBrothers,jiarge packet is for sale or rent on reasonable terms and saw boat comblni,''.catne up ti to responsible parties only.. For terms Hartford Wednesday Jijgjrt, carrying write to or apply in person to G. J. one hundred and fifty barrels of flour Bean or J. P. Sanderfur, Hartford, Ky. 27 and a large quantity of bran. Thomas Bros, bought tbe entire lot of flour .Mew C011I Company. and the bran was disposed of also. F. O. Coffman, W. F. Coflman, The flour Is ol superior Quality. The Wm. Osier, W. S. Trunnels and H. Three Brothers is owjttstf by the Wal-co- tt M. English filed artlcles.ot incorporaBrothers, of Soutfi'Carrollton. tion of the Jamestown Coal Co., with The Mr. R. C. Sutphln, our Jeweler and the County Clerk Wednesday. Optician, who has been In Cincinnati capital stock is $3,000. The Jametown Coal Mines are lostudying music, has returned and is now prepared to repair your Watches, cated on Green River between Point Clocks, Jewelry, etc. He will be glad Pleasant and Llvermore. in one of the to see his friends and former custo- finest coal fields in Western Kentucky. mers. Mr. Sutphln Is a good jeweler It is convenient to theiver and coal and will do well the work entrusted can be run down in barges to Evans-vil- le and Intervening points with litto him. The people are glad to see him here again and hope that he will tle cost. The operation of the coal remain and build up an excellent mines promises an impetus to au al ready thriving and prosperous comtrade. munity. Although the capital stock Supt. Rogers received a letter this is small the company will do a good week from Ohio county boys In the business. The personal energy of A.-M. College at Lexington. They the members composing the company report an excellent school and very insure success to the enterprise. targe attendance. They are delighted HOCICE. ,.. with the work done by the State UniI have sold my meat sh9P to Messrs. versity and commend It to other worthy young men. We now have W. A. Miller and Frank Westerfield, three students there, Coffee Taylor, and now in retiring from the business desire to thank my friends and .the Rosco T. Whittlnghill and J. C. We hope that next year Ohio public for their liberal- patronage. county will have a full representation. My business connection with the people of Hartford has been pleasant inMr. Thurman Westerfield has sold deed, and 1 trust that if I again enter his meat shop to Messrs W. A Mil- business here in any other line, I may ler and Frank Westerfield, who will have the same liberal patronage encontinue the trade at the place vacat- joyed heretofore. ed by Mr. Westerfield. Mr. Wetter All persons indebted to me will field bas done a good business In the please call and settle, as fwlsh to setmeat trade and his customers will re- tle up my old business as' soon as gret his quitting. The new firm hare possible. Very Respectfully, a splendid openiug for success and G. T, WpsTpFiEM), their scctabiiity and straight business To be entirely 'relieved of the aches' methods insure it. Mr. Westerfield will enter the ice trade when summer and pains of rheumatism' means a great deal, and Hood's "Sarsaparilla opens. does it. In another column of the Republiwill be found the announcement can "I had no thought, until six of the Green River Academy and Bus- months ago," said prominent Demoiness Institute, conducted by Profs. crat, yesterday, "ot the State ever R. L. Barnes and P. II. Ross. These going Republican ; again, Jut this energetic young men have undertak- Goebet bill Is "having its effect." en to build up a first-claJ ' school at Pantagraph. t Rockport and we earnestly hope that 'JV't-i- ' ' '. A FMtliaUt they will succeed. The people of that Bobby Papa, what's si pessimist vicinity should give them all the enPapa A pessimist fsKperHoaWhc;' couragement possible 'In' their inert- -' tofious undertaking. A good school can't 00 joy bis dinitor Ibday'hbau'se ho is afraid the coffea'&ay "Vd mud- in any community Is an attractive dy tomorrow. ChicagA''N4lf; feature and the greatest blessing of . . wil Book TIUm. , which it can boast. One may honestly congratulate The teachers of the county will be modern authors of nil sorts Upon the glad to learn that the next meeting brovitv. nt least, of tboir titles. In ond of the Fourth Congressional District theao enlightened tlmes-'rhTeachers' Association will be held at I would bo guilty of n "First Blast of Beaver Dam, Ky., some time in the the Trumpet Against the Monstrous month pi June. We shall be greatly Itegimontof Womon." Worso still is "Discovery of. a Gaping Gulf pleased to have tbe leading educators Wherein England la Liko to Do of the district to meet with us, and Swallowed by Another French Marconfidently hope that all ot our teachriage," for which Stubbos, the auers will take advantage of this rare thor, was deprived of his right hand treat. Teachers, with a determination in tho preeonco of a "doeply Bilent that becomes the profession, ltt us multitude" And, although it is well strive to make this the most interest to nvoid extremes, one finds monoing session yet held in tbe Fourth syllabic titles proferablo to thoeo Congressional District. Talk it up, lnet mentioned. Let such nsoavil at "Quits," "Moths," "Pawn," woik It up, but first begin at home. . "Bho," "Woods,' "Jees," "Jet," I "Droatns," dryon'Alas'.refrnin, HTRIXED, On Friday night, Jan. 13th, from let a woreo thing happen unto thorn. F, Fostor in Lippincott's. my tarm one small Jersey cow,yellow, with half crap In right ear. Any in. Doapont Mmani formation as to her whereabouts will Minnie la it truo that you wore be liberally rewarded. ordered' from tho theater fc refusing to romovo your hat I G. W. Martin, Winnie Woll, 1 don't care. I a8 Cromwell, Ky, . ; wanted my mouoy back, and that All nrmtltilfl fill nti citKyrlnflnM was the only way I could think of were transferred by Mr. Anderson to to gut it. Cincinnati Enquirer. the present managers who will grateCrip ibatters tbe nerves. Dr. Mil' fully receive tbe same when tendered, Rettorativt Nerrlao builds (hem op again. Rev. Kelley and wife have just Mouday morning the school opened closed a very successful seriea of meetcon. with the following new students added ings at Cromwell. Twenty-fou- r verts are reported and also a large to our list of matriculates: Ernest number of additions to the M. E. Woodward, Eugenia Howard, Pearl Holbrook, Verda Holbrook, Louana church. Ford, E. J. Leach, Rufus Ross, MagMr. Lawton Klein, of the Herald gie Davidson. force, goes to Hopklnsvllle to Monday morning we were pleased visit Mr. Francis Benslnger, one of the editors of the Messenger. He will to notice Mr, W. II. Barnes and A. C. to-d- ay 3c, 3c, s RANNRT-RYAFIUHT. Ohio county people who read the newspaper accounts of the knock out of the noted pugilist, "Australian" Tommy Ryan, at the Noble street theater at Annlston, Alabama, Saturday night by O. A. Ranney will probably be surprised to learn that Ranney Is not au Irishman as reported by the papers, but very much a Kentuckiau ani a native of Ohio county, having been born and reared in Ohio connty, near Cromwell. He is the son of S. P. Ranney, a well known and much respected citizen of the Cromwell neighborhood. Young Ranney is an amateur In the ring, but bis knock-ou- t in the first round of the renowned "Australian" pugilist gives him at once a place in the pugilistic world. 3Z CO..... Js been moved to the RED FRONT, Has aXs.a&.O'-CEL where they will be sold at and below cost to close out and settle up the business, the senior member ol the firm having recently died. Call and Get a Bargain.. For these goods must and will be Sold Regardless of Prices A. BACH & CO,9 HARTFORD, KENTUCKY.. Adel-phia- LIVE STOCK MARKET?. LOUISVILLE. Cattle first-clas- s Extra shipping . $4 75 Leight shipping . . 4 25 Best butchers' Fair to good butchers 3 36 Com. to med. butchers 3 25 Good to extra oxen . 3 50 Com. to med. oxen . 2 00 Feeders .... 4' 00 5 4 4 4 3 50 60 60 00 40 We do not believe In-- Carrying oods Over For another season. First We have three reasons for not wishing to do so. Second Goods do ' Stockers Veal calves Milch cows choice Fair to good ..... .... 3 75 3 00 4 00 20 4 35 3 00 4 25 4 00 5 75 We need the room for our spring stock. Third Therefore we will not improve with age. We can use the money invested in them to a better advantage. ' . 300004550 H ogs-Choi- ce packing & oo3o 00 CLOSE OUT AT COST The following lines: mean business. Overcoats, Underwear, Flannels, Winter Boots and Shoes, Gloves and all other Winter Goods, This is no catch. Wc Come, examine and see for youselves. butchers, 225 to 306 lbs Fair to good packing, 180 to 200 lbs 3 Good to extra light, 160 to 180 lbs 3 Fat shoats, 120 to 160 lbs Fat shoats, 100 to 120 lbs 3 75 75 6o 3 65 3 6s 3 50 3 15 3 10 3 25 S. LEVY & CO., Beda, Ky. USED BY THE NOBILITY, Pigs, 60 to 90 lbs . . Roughs, 150 to 400 lbs Sheep & Lambs-Goo- d to extra shipping sheep Fair to good Common to medium . Bucks 3 10 2 75 2 50 3 3 2 2 .... 50 Extra spring lambs . Best butcher lambs . Fair to good butcher lambs Tall-end- s 25 50 25 4 25 4 75 3 50 2 00 75 50 00 50 4 50 5 00 3 3 3 2 4 00 3 00 The Remedy That Makes People Well Paine's Celery Compound. -- Law-renc- - Whbat No. 2 red and longbetry 76c; No. 3 red and longberry 74c; rejected less: on levee less. Cors No. 2 old 40CJ No. 3 new ,whlte.37c; No. 3 new mixed 360. Oats No. 2 white 32c, nominal; No. 3 305ijic: No. a mixed 10 K nominal; No. 3 30. Eggs-T- he market opened firm and higher. We quote frest receipts at 14c per dozen on arrival. Fbathbrs We quote prime white goose at 34c per lb.; gray 3o32c; mixed 253oc; old i.s3oc; dark and mixed old goose i23oc; duck 12 30c. Fibld Sbed Selling prices from store: Timothy $1.15 per bu.; extra clean b1uegrass6oc; ftncyfr.ro; crimson clover $2 75; clover $4.25 orchard grass 90c; red top 30c; seed rye 70c. 28c ic Poultry The market hasadvanc ed sharply. We quote hens at67cper lb.; dressed hens 8oc; spring chickens 8oc;guineas $t.2o perdozen; turkeys perlb.;dressed trukeys 10c; ducks' 5c; geese, full leathered $4 25 5 per dozen; plucked geese $3 50 per dozen. 78c GRIM GRIP'S DEADLY MARCH Deals Death and Destruction to Many. BmIw, Mw Yorfc, Vblliultlptila, WuhlMglou, Lonltvllle Ttmrlud by lbs Awlnl Ucanrg. All, Ike Great Ontrr. ol rspulatloai .fleeted. ss ''! . "" o Yhe depressing effects of the. presepidemic' of Grip are apparent 'everywhere Teacjiier4, ,clerks, husj-- , bjrss men, mechanics laborers, street car drivers,- sclioolchildrenj police and even the doctors all furnish Victims by the hundreds. No remedy yet discovered cab show--j results equal to Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervjne. It quickly overcomes the excessive exhaustion, invigorates trie appetite and assists natnre to throw oQ the deadly microbes from the system, In times of epidemic like tbe present it should be taken as a preventive of disease. "Grip has left me a physical wreck; weak, helpless and. miserable. I could not eat; could not sleep; could not gain any strength, and had nervous prostration ot the worst kind, Our home physician could not help me and I commenced using Dr. Miles' Nervine. The first flight's sleep that I had bad in four lijuatha came as tbe result of two first doses When I had taken two bottles I felt better than I hid before in years, and continued to Improve until I was entire cured" ent - Ell Wooimrd. Plymouth, Ills. All druggists are authorized to sell Dr. Miles' Nervine on a guarantee that first bottle benefits or' money refunded, Be sure and get Dr, Miles' Nervine. Booklet on. heart and Nerves sent free. Address Dr. Miles Medical Co., Rtkhart, lad. . In every civilized country rich and bas been much talked of. Her real poor alike have tound restored health obiect was one of charity, for she la and new vigor in Paine's celery corns using her great wealth and Influence this winter iu assisting the Danish pound. people of ordinary people In the western states. She Is means are to be congratulated," says stopping In Chicago, and from tbere an English writer In reviewing the writes her straightforward endorse scientific work of the last quarter of ment ol Paine's celery compound. ' a century, "upon having so easily Women who are easily excited, who within their reach to day a remedy waste energy worrying over trifles,-wbwhich the wealthiest and most Influ from sick .are often suflerers ential persons mutt themselves use, headache and nervousness, should If they would get the best that mod- read the plain, unbiased statements ern medical skill offers. Paine's cel- of what Paine's celery compound has ery compound proves that the science done for other women. of medicine bas kept pace with the Among the diseases that cause a wonderful progress which character- vast amount of needless suffering that izes the life ol the present generation." may be readily cured by Paine's celery The astonishing reputation that compound are biliousness, torpid livtbla most wonderful of all remedies er, headaches, sleeplessness, dizziness, bas acquired Is principally due to tbe constipation, dyspepsia and general word of mouth recommendation and nervousness and debility. endorsement of men and women of No man or woman who is continthe highest business and social standually ailing can successfully carry on well as ot those in hnmbler ing, as business, or be of much real comfort but no less important positions who household. themselves discovered its mer- to the have And only a thoroughly nourished its. body that has all the used up, and Adeline, Countess Schimmelmann, whose potralt is here given, in a re- therefore harmful, material promptly cent letter to the Wells & Richardson removed from t'ae blood atd tissues Ccmpany speaks of friends of hers can be healthy. When either ot these who have been benefited by Paine's vital conditions of adequate repair or celery compound, and wbo first ad elimination are incompletely done, vised her to recommend it to her sick the organs need Just such help as Paine's celeiy compound is fitted to friends. The countess, .as Is well known, is give. No other remed is so valuable. a prominent member of the Danish -- Where other remedies have failed, couit Her coming to this country Paine's celery compound will succeed. t'Hard-worktng o umjatikm rtMtfjM.. MMTBKIEy?fly;y sj -- 1 sjj Tho Kind You Hnro Alwajs Bought, nud which lifts lcon In nso for over 00 yenr. litis Ijorno tho signature of mid Iins liccn mmlo tinder his pcr- rf jC6ffl-?-&C- , Honal supervision slnco its infancy. Ar7K Allow no ono to dccclro you In this. All Counterfeit!), Imitations nud Substitutes nro but Experiments thai trlilo with mid endanger tho lienlth of Infants nud Children Kxpcrlenco against Experiment. Costorla is n substltuto for Castor OH, Paregoric, lrop nnd Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless and Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic; substance Its ago is its guarantee. It destroj s "Worms mid allays revcrlshucss. It cures Diarrhoea and 'Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation nud Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels, gl lug healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA Boars tho Signaturo of ALWAYS Cfrk&jfTeuc&tM The KM TouHare Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. IROVND TAKLFf during 1S99 will be tlevnted to Lett Ion. and Sport, r let toy' Tra erel, ubhaheJ. and will be the , (i m TWO SERIAL STORIES Forward, March I" Gavin Hamilton I (0 u Mi f Ua. to v v.i 'CMLN'KOE t ngliero with Unois Men. t jn vt Py MOLLY LI LIOT SI AS ELL is a story of t'ie time nt King r KUiiuH ns ureal. EXCHANGE OF SHIPS Ily dtuHr.E I.. Walsh THE GUNSHOT MINE AN SOME SHORT STORIES SC0UT1K3 I C I VCLVES5. Il "iiu IE PLAINS Hill" DISCIPLINE Y. I ISCHCK ItZMll A DANDY AT III3 BEST UyJlLlw Kali ii These Cyrus C. liyCltHLLS I Lumvis THE KING'S TREASURE-SHI- P Ily Htr.INALD OOL)11H ar d In cases ul t ic autuura II) fl jK Adams ence THE RESCUE OF EEDWAY 1 stories op the war tve actual expert stones ?re founded on (act. many are 1IVK. g ( iMtC CRUISING WITH DEWEY ) U A SCARFD TIGHTER BILLY OF BATTERY D I.y W.J.llENPMCSOV 11) CoLCTE UaUIR A WAR COitRESPGHDEN'T AFLOAT WITH CAPROII AT lly 1 LETCIILK C lUNtujlSr l. w.mumc fl U 2 .? S) (Q Julian Ralph These articles . ill be f capiciaHtrere t to ever he intl energetic boy who ,urvrs atnemure anu "port ALASKAN riSHfcitHaN" ARCTIC WAYFARERS ARTICLES ON SPORT AND TRAVEL fi fl ny ii. llyl'-- C P .. jtnwsE Ki.t lit a 1 ) 1 11111 t. .IAM3 G ART OF TREE-TO- Ily Dan j H W. G. AN r. SLTI'llkN BICYCLE POLO Ity A. H.OorjiKEt Ti Molly Elliot Seawiil THE EDITOR'S TAnLH TUG CAMERA CLUB STAMPS AND C0(3 PKOULCMS AND PUZZLES Alt lll receive attention each month In the ROUND TABLE 10 Cfiilt a Cipr Suhcrlpllon,tJ 00 a Ytar Address HARPER & BROTHERS, Publishers, New York, N.Y. Q ( fi ARC RUNNING A- - i a . TRANFSER LINE To and from Beaver Dam. A nice New OMNIBUS will meet all pas- senger trains at Beaver Dam. and good plorses guarantees a omtortafele lide. They also keep a first- class Livery and ice Vehicjle - Feed stable. Leave your order at Field's Stable, corner Mai ket and "Union Streets," Hartford. All orders promptly attended to, and all stock entrusted teir card will huive especial attention. age of the man who thinks he knows the back of the head, catarrah synips and Tuesday after tho eccDiunionday totns and a stubborn cough you may in Octobor itall. OTIIKIt COUNTY 0FFICKK8. was probable the ouc touch of na- know jouliave the Grip, nnd thnt I'RIDAY, JANUARY 17 It N. Mnxlriy, Surveyor. ture in Adam that made the whole jou ntcd Dr Kinu's New Discover Q. D lttiynl, AsacHor. It will promptly cure the worst cough, The leal name of the filter should world kin. Fon Hogcrs, yclioul Supt, " lital th - id nurd m tuhranes, kill the nccompinv each coif.muulcAtiou, to L. W. Hunt, Coronor Sulphur Some people flatter themselves when ins ire pithllc.ttioa. tlity me unable to get utheis to do it disease- jierms nnd prevent the trend- Springs. Kiiiiittincfs nmy be ma '.c by Pot (J. K. Campbell, PoorhmiBO ed niter i IT cts ( I the rnadndy Price Offict Mom?) Order, Hrplttertd Let' for them back it tiot Keeper, Hurtlnnl, 51 cts ,nd fl on Mont ,U ter, n.i.ik Check or Hi to ol ' draft We will Foon JU8TICK3 I'OUKTS. cure A trial bottle tree nt J II. Cotrcspor.dti.ee ii.tftidtd for publU riots" caused hj the people failing to Williams' Ding T. A Evans Court will be held cation or on buMnrrs cnnncctcd with ctite. at Fordsville on Mnrch hi, Juno 1st, the'efiice, to insuie prtnupt Attention, shut the doors It's unwise to judt:e a man by the September Is' nnd Dfccinbcr 18th should be addressed to 1'ltH Kkpudli- Some people are inrlli cd to mind 11 P QitAVij' Court will bo laid CAN Only his their own business, but lack ability to ctit'ciMiir. rt his enemies at llulonl mi March 30, Juno IM) ep Tin: Ri.i'Uiu.iCAM is utalltd regularItiends cm ptoperty denounce htm tciibor 28 ami D comber 21. ly toils btib.ctibcrn until a definite do so. S. J. Wn.i.nn Court wil bo ho'd oidrr to dl.c ntiniiL it is received' nnd The Ohio in h n who hung liitiisa.il Kou't T(,"iao Slt anil Smoke lour I J Artsj. run Rr with a towel simply wiped hlmsell out To quit tobarco easily arut torertr.be mar nt S11 phur Spriugi) on Man Ii '.'8,.Iunu all tut mm are paid in lutl netlc. tullot life aerrs ami vlcor, takr publican Ik $1 per jntr it piid in nd 27, Pout tuber 2(1 and Drccmlier 23. of existence. worker, tbattnaaaa vatice, but ll nut paid i.i advance will II Ii. Tavmhi Court wt I ho I10M ttrnnz. All drti(Clau,(Ooor II. Cut fuaran-IffO. be $1.15 per J ear Often a roan's character would be aampla free. Aildrm nt Cromwol on March 1, Juuo 10,1 Ilooltlet &n unable to recognize his reputation Staillne UtrneJr Co., Chicago or Km Yorlt Srtilemher 2 and December II W. A It MJ Court will ho lii'bl at were the) to meet A woman is always perfectly sure POINTED PARAGRAPHS. only diftYretice between that she is in the light until it comes CerilertoHU on Febrimry 13, May 29, About the August 28 ii il Ntivotiil-c- i 1, ni.il blrj9 and billiardx is in the dge ot to hnrViug her opinion with mouey. iv uiiti'xruHx. Dogs that bark at uight oltenbite' playrrs W II Haines Jude, the dust. j Ilmiit' la Mood Deep. f , Aiti rney J S R WnMi Snnle pugilists nte liMVjn eights, ' Cicnn blood means n clean skin. Ko A selling rqef. i f:en turns out Jo bo TnWS ThUsTKKs beaut without It. C'ascarett.t'andj t'atliar-ti- c 'some are lightweights and the nnj'ir S K C x. h iv n lUan jour blood and ktt it eican, b) i racing Fel( i y ol t'lem are jdrriiu up tlie lazy loci and driving all Im I Ml Ml - . KHKIIItr Manj nott'l- - men are losttosiftht, pontics from tho body. Begin to da) to Ii '"an Stc". J The trouble with tlif wvet ige $10 Utiiuh piniplci, botla, Llotclus, blacklieada. I i alter an election Geo s of nii'l mab BicKiy oinuua ioiiipiviuii vy lanm umhrtlla is thnt shout Cnnenrct', lieniity fot teneints All drug' A I) While A rulr may notk r,oth ways and its cost is for the handle giils, satisfaction p. itantccd, 10t,25c,50c. Prentun Mutton Pos No 4 G. A. m ti'l be a pcor One. R hold their regulnr meeting SaturHow much easier is ii to forgive an A matrimonial ngency offers to sup day before the first Sunday in each Hven the worui will turn perhaps enemy we have woitt'd than one who ply any man with a wife tor $5. It month In Court Hall at I o'clocV p. into a butler fly. has Worsted us. Louis Gurnthrii, Com. costs less to get into trouble than it tu. The poet's suit tioltea but an "OwThenveragegltl'sknowledgeolpug John C. CiiAunitRLMN, Adjt. does to get out again ed to a Taylor." llism is limited, but' it doesn't tike , .. t ISO UllK-- 0 PAY. Ojily the nun with the little head her long to discover that the pnz; Thst is the way all druggists sell brags of his sroall.feet ring cVme? with her engagement v Ghovk's Tastklkss Chill Tonic lor Malaria, Chills and fever. It is simp The man who never Jailed is unable Chicago tfcw3 ly irou ard quinine in a tasteless to appreciate success . ,. ttilrniita tlruptlnn loitn Clnldien love it. Adults prefer Itood's rills. Small In Tbecgetarhn certainly ought to Are grand, but Skin Gtiiniptlons it to bitter, nauseating Tomca Price, Are features peenluur tothorough. As ons man size, tasteless, efficient, - rob life of j y BucklenVs Arnicn S c be able td fiivo nage advice. tl The inltn wlio hns no price is the SlvV, cures thrm ls.o Old "Running Urip shatters the nerves. Dr. Miles' ind Fever "Sores, Ulcers Bolls. IM Restorative Nervine builds them up again. only one really worth bUiug'. ons," "Corns. Warts, Cuts, Bruise, When marriage, is a failure the. husWrnu Fjrtt Are sissdv Nlronir, Burns, Scalds, Chipped Hands, Chilband sometimes liquidates. dim vision made clear, stes removed aald: You never know 7011 blains Best File cure on eaith nnd granulated lids or sore cjesof A' good example may be. a disease, 11 W Only any kind speedily and effectually om."Scai.noodACo., Dnvfes" out Pain arid Aches rroprletors, Lonetl, Mass. but it is seldom contagious. . Cure guant tied. cuietl by the useot Sutherland's Gigle Th only pUU to take with Hood's BanaparllU. 25 cts. a box He who runs may read of his de Sold by J. II' Willi ims Druggie. Ge Salve It's put rip in tubes, and sold on a gu trantee by all good drugfeat.the day alter the election. gist. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & tliellEPUBLiCAN A woman never forgives a man his ' Wise. is the individual whocan conBro. dense a peck of trouble so that it will failure to ask to be lorgiven. for rittv Cents. go into a quart measure. It's sometimes difficult to dlslin-"guifluaranteed tobacco habit cure, makes weak men atronz. blooxl pure. 600, it. All drutflsu. a butcher from a barber. l.nni; Irritation I': The man with numerous good is the forerunner to consumption. Dr, Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cute points is more octagon than tquare. BBS 1" AND MOST POI'U. it, and give such strength to the "Gained II Pounds LARROITE 10 There are times when economy is lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there. Twenty five cents at all more foolish, than extravagance. Days." In 15 good druggists. For sale by Z Wajne As soon as we can get along 'withGriffin & Bto. ti Said Hon. W. W. Klnlock, editorially in out ice it ceases to melt so rapidly. his paper, Christian County Republican, Ozark, Mo.: "I took two boxes It may be cowardly to kick a man Paradoxical as it may seem, a cook a year ago, it destroyed desire lor when he is down, but it is sometimes may get lat while wasting away. tobacco, and I gained It poundsln15 AND ALL POINTS IN necessary in order t get him up. days. This Is not a paid notico, but Long hair on n man is very apt to c:ir experience given in hopes many other poor tobaecoslaves may take NO e imr: a 1 01 1 in o.m; u v y cover a multitudo of cranky ideas. and be (reed." A natural easy Itjs 3 sfd blow to the boxer when 1Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab way lo qull tobacco-usinTake ts. All drudgists refund money if the box office recejpts fail to pan out. it fails to cure 25c. The genuine has NO-TO-BA- C. tf Lovemaklng at a rattling gate has L. B Q on each tablet. Wo (ell the truth about NO- SE? now been transferred to the pulor. for II It falls tocure.younet Although a man may acknowledge your money back. Just try a single Throwing mud at a good man only he has faults, he seldom owns up to bcx. It will work wonders; make results in soiling your own hatds. Gas Lighted Vestibulul Trains v ilb you happy In more ways than one. No those his friends accused him of. excuse because ol lack ol bilb, for Cafe Cars, Pullman Sleepetsnn 1 Free The law's delay doesn't apply to you can buy under your own Reclining Chair Cars to Memphis and WANTED the presentation of the lawyer's bill. ACTWR SOLICITORS Story ot the DRUGGIST'S GUARANTEE. for "The ever) New Orlcaus. Experience is a teacher oi mankind Philippines" by Murnt Halstead, .Every draught Is authorized to soil Pullman Tourist Car leaves Louisand some men will learn of no other. commissioned by the Government as under absoluto Kuarantco to euro every form or tobacco using. Official Historian to the war Depart ville every Thursday night, and runs Our written Rtinranteo, (rco eamplo of is a big difference between a tnent The book was There and book let called, "Don't written in at my through to California via NewOrleans Tobacco Spit and braoko Your Llfo working man and'a working politician. camps at San Francisco, on the Pci Away," mailed for tbo netting. and the South Pacific Sunset Route. fie with General Menu, in the hosTHKHTtKLIhO RFMFDY CO, Chicago, Montreal, Can., Now York, "it It's better to accept some statements pitals at Honolulu, in (long Kong, in Djuble berth rate from Louisville to than to bother hunting up the prcots. the American trenches nt Manila, in only SCSO; proporeathartle. ears San Frauch-ccooaUpaUoo. only wo. the insurgents Art may be long at times, but it's do, on the deck camps with Aguinal tionately low rates to intermediate of the 01mpiawith usually too short to make both ends Dewey, and in the roar of bjttle at the points. General Directory meet. fall of Manila. Bonanzi for agents. Tho Truo Wintor Routo to When a man is riding a hobby, it'p Brimful of original pictures taken by STATU OFFICIALS, government photographers on the California. No Blizzards, always a good plan to give him the spot. Large Governor William O. Bradley. book. Low prices. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth- Cold Weather Snow road. Big profits. Freight paid. Credit A philosopher siys that the theorists given. Drop all trashy unofficial war ington. Blockades. Secretaryof State Charles Finley. Outfit Address, F. T. are fools. This theory of his proves it. books. Sec'y., free. Insurance Bldg., F r particulars writo to J. R. Ho- lBarber, Attorney General W. S. Taylor. Star Hb, Traveling Taesenger Agent for I. Auditor Samuel H.Stone. 15 16 t Lots of 'men are unable to sit in Chicago. m Treasurer Geo. W. Long. C R. R , Louisville, Ky. Aleo nsk their own canoes, much less paddle Some men have a regular Sunday Commissioner of Agriculture, Hor- him to fcntl ' them. you a copy of tho South Statistics Lucas and morning attick of homesickness when ticulture peoce'a soldltr is about as cm Il mo Seekers' Guide, which is rc In time of Moore. the church bells ring. useful as a sealskin cape in August. Superintendent Public Instruction-Ge- o. pleto with interesting information M. Davison. concerning the Southern territory. It 'I lie Khvukcm ol Urfp. Some feminine matchmakers seem Register Land Office Chas. O. will be mailed to you free. That modern scourge, the Grip, to make a specialty of friction matches. poisons the air with its fatal germs, Reynold. On the first and third Tuesdays of The more glasses a man looks so that no home is safe from its ravInsurance Bureau Uomraissioner-- D. each month Homo Seekers' tickets are W. Coraingore. through the more strange thing3 he ages, but multitudes have found a Adji.tnnt General D. R. Collier. sold to Southern nnd Southwestern can sec. sure protection against this dangerState Librarian Mies Paul Deane points al Special Low Rates, gojd to npwa Too much of tho repentance ous malady in Dr. King's New Dis- Hardin, return within twentytouo da) shorn days is done in broadcloth and ashes covery. When vou feel a soreness in HAILROAI) COHMISSIONEIta. date of sale. Liberal flop over arof roses. , your bones aqd muscles, have chills Jno C. Wood, chairman; J. F. rangements. is no' uncertainty about the and lever, with sore throu, pain In Dempsey, H, 8. Irwin. Secretary There Samuel F. Brown. . A- - H. HANSON, G. P. A., -in lie-n-r 1 1 long-waitI nine-tenth-- Hartford Republican. GROVES c CHILL TDNIL WARRANTED. PRICE ISJUSTASCOODFOftADULT. OitATia, lixs., Not. It, llN. rarlsMadWns)CO,tn.liU.llo. tC bolUaa of W ikt laal raar, liaMlamsni Cllirj. TONJO and ka O ioVaVH TABTBLIK all oar ihla boaiht Ura srvu alraadr lbs) issr.bnslnaaa. lnil of It 7ara, l al4 an artisla thai fata sacE nalTSraalsaUa-jaclloas ,. Tool 400l TASTELESS 00 cts. For sale by J. H. Williams. I;,,,, s. E asy to Take asy to Operate mm Wanted-- An n.u.r.ooixEr.M.u, mCO 1M il. 1TT0C lb and WhUter ITaWU cared at houia without tin. liook of ear Itmlanaanl rBKSL Idea v hueUVrna-plIHIllltlsa- Hood's dSIl 11 lVIemphis, Protect your JdMJt tb.r mar fcrlaa sua waJth. Wrtla JOHN WIUOEKJlUIlN OoTV.Lal AUnr. Mjs, TCMblattoo, V IX, tot tk.lr (I SU) rlM paar asd Hat ot ma kiuulnvl UfMllaaa wastoi. && X n Lazy Liver tor them and aocured such relief the rat trial, that I purchaaed another aupplr and was completely cured I shall onlU) too clad 10 recommend Coacareti whenerer tho opportunity Is presented " J. A Sunu, iM nuvquenanuai ato , muaacinnia, a'a. W i Take a naiTO orria ironoira sa Btrests savssa svlllau torpid liter, which produces coasllpsi-tlo1 found CASUAItl.TS lobaall roucUIm fl sli lP' CANOV CATHAHTIC ntoiuua Oood, srfoasTiwfD NewOrleans Plesaant, palatable, Taste fiend ro Ne?r sicken. Weaken, or Grl.lor. Ijc tee. ... rtrriisf k,mW CURE CONSTIPATION. r.t,.,, ratt,,., MMtr..i, s, Bold ts. ... tss and gnarameedbT all drbf giau to Oil Uk Tobacco llablu A Arkansas, Mexico, Texas and California. DM.K.&K. The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO. 250,000 Cured. WECURESTRICTURE Thousands tt jocri a nil mtJJle scl men arotroublauwith this illscase loaoj ss r10PlDCTCt'' uneonsciouilf. U bey may hftie a smart-in- r sensation, small, twisting stream, harp euttloe i airs at timet, illihtdls-eliarrillfllculiy in commcnelnr. wtak organs, einislon. nnd all IliosyL tons of rirrrous t hllllj-lli- ry hiro HlltlU-TL'Ui- :. Hon Iktilxtorseisrli nton cr tcartcr ion, by cjtttre, will nntciirejou.asltwlllrc fou. Ihla HKW MtlllOI) ailKAl-Ih.S- T Our alisorba tin atilctum tlituei hence remoresthaslrteturo perm antnlly. It can nster return, tiopaln, noaoffar-In- c. no detention from lusineia lyour mstbod Tlio litrtts at ItiTif orated, and the tllis of manhood returns. 'Ihesaxualorransarastreosth-aneJ- . ThousanJaot jrourg anJ n.!UIafel fictr rrtral llsor and fllality eonltmially rapied ly this disease. They aro frequently t nconscluus f ( the cause of tlicsa rm toms. (lanerstg Weatnesa, llnnaturil Jilrcharcci, Fail-tri.Manhoivl, Ntrrnninn-- , l'oor Mem. orr, trrltallllty. at limes Smarting Hunktn l.jcs, wllh data: cirelei. Weak Hark, lleneral llrprcsilnn, Ijwk man are liaUnc of Naiieocale. Hbrunkrn Ambition. J'arta. ele. tlLKhl' anl hTIlIClllUK may be the cause, llon't consult family doctors, as they hate no eiperieuc In diseases don't allow these special (Juackato eiperlinent on you. Consult ripeclallsts, o bo hare made n life stud of Iilsaascaof ilsn 11 ul Women. OurNKW WECURE GLEET y MUlllOD TltUTMIiai' will, euro you. Ono thousand dollars for ft caso we aoc.pt for treatment and cannot cure. Terms moderate for ft cure. CURES GUARANTEED VAiitcoci:i,i:, 8piiTi,tn, oM-irr-, HTiutrruitr. tmpiitknVv: ricoiiet ItHAINfi. UNNA1 UllAt, IlIRritAIUl- H1KH Hlwas.s ES, hi IlKI'.V anJ 11L rnWfilll.TATION VRRI1. 1I00KR FItKK If unaiit fiv1'- - writ for QilltSTTny) K We treat anJ curat I'MIERIONfl. BLANK 'XltUATJlLST. fur U0M15 CONOnFS'IONAL. Senators Hon. William C. Liml-saHon. V. J. Dcboe. Representative Fourth District Hon. D. II. Smith. 8TA1B J.r.(JISLATUItE. y, ClUOAOn, Iluii h , Kennedys Kergan 122 W. FOURTH STREET, CINCINNATI, Ok .. , T'im svVa: av-j- 9 XRS. W. A. Kelloud, A. G P. A Louisville, Ky. - a.H aTrl nsi a FISU? ifo 0T, f rop'rs. , I'.tHiiati (icneiHl ifKctt", HaMloid, Ky. For Cii'ilhville, Delawate, Aslibyhburp;, Kum'ey.'Callioon, I.ivetmore nnjl ril, nnd all Intcimtdiate prints on (Wren ami Rough livers, Sunnier Seiotn, leaves livansvllle ev-rMem drM nrtl Thurtrlny at 3 i m . ftirivcs Tuttsdny nnd Fri at llntt ortl tljj t 3 p in., ittiirrinu hain Units lord Saluitltia, y 3 n m , WVdtiei-i- h Senator Hon. T. G. Turner. Representative Ohio Couuty Ifon. R C. JartiHcin. OHIO COUNTY. CIRCUIT COUNT Em OStZtiM Cctorvh I. llnrllitnl A ll'rks " Ring out the old "At yi Ring out the false We bring to you the new and true from tho plney forests of Norway Ring in the new Ring In the true " Hon. W. T. Owcnt Judge Owens boro. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Owenfboro. T. II. Black, Jailor -'- larlford. S A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford. Rowan Holbrook, Master Commls sinnci Hartford. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund j3 .v i &ffT, vteven? r tin f f Bl-- C DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hon- ey Vii"-i- M 1 11 i L M CoU w teiy Iht DOatrlli. It la qilckly absorbed. K cen ta at Dnrirlau or by mall j taizplet JOc by mall. XLY JIItOTHEHS, Warren SL, Kevr York: City. i:LY8 CUFAM IIALt I. a po.ltli.cure. Apply Into hmi. ii'vunmiaa iead 5 3 m Fi t pi ratt-anl 4 lir'tflit nr pnisagenp lxidid, or to Jus F Ci.raon, ngent, Htittfutd, Kv. on s: YOU all the com LOSE U"'l when S ? j' I Nnlvo falls 15c, boi OIANT MX) nut n imlaun by Uruinlata or Is It'a a aal mall ivir CO., I tlierry ft., ciii:micai. I'IiIIk. IttMUvltk 701s wh.la.r y.a talloa. tbji rsfii.f . It. d,slr. tor ubau. 0.1 B.rvou, uiairM.. as b.ls B tins, purilM tb. blood, r .torva Ust laaabovd JfT piaa.s ysa sir.sa.d I "M iBLas.ld aa -NOTIk-HACflo- Now is tho time to subscribe for The Republican. $1 a year n advance. Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wormucus Is cut out ; the rated t the cause of that tickling is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that thers Is no inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUaQIBTS BottUa Only. 25o., SOo. and $1.00 Sliaa n microbe-bearing Hartford. HMMford. T. Stevens Sheriff Deputies D. M Hocker, T. Ii. Ben H. Our W. C Hickman Nelson County Sour Mash Whisky is abioIuUlj pure aud is good for all occaiirns. o Year Old per gallon $2 00 , ..-- . 6 Year Old per gallon 2 fiO 8 Year O'd per gallon ,. 3 00 10 Year Old per irallou ... 4 00 14 Year 01.1 per gallon fiOO ..' ' 19 Year Old per ttallon '0 00 j... v. .... UnxrA it (letired tree Nocliaritolitrjujs Pull line Iniporud and California Wines. Sole apont Dr. Uouvenir Buclm Gin, a cure fortll'Kid-ne- y troubles; pric $1 00 n quart. "u EaA!!"' R P , e3lo1.s(t..is.,Blios.ra. M. Itrl.ivi ill. l,asVTlll, "' ' Wri'e for catalogue or when in ibe City call a ,... J" lnr 11 ton, unit U li Ala In. Court conveuca lirst M March and August nnd conti ' weeks, ami third Monday in November two weeks. COUNTY iily h in thrco ay and -- COURT. -- d$S SEND US SjlifiKn L M tjfj JStZfiWrL AND WE WILL AM 08 YEARS OLD. bid navtrom auy rvuit-ulien's rtne.iar' nui to llnnrv It tlvtn quick and prrmanrnl In srlpaa well as couglia androids. rimr.kf tmik I unn strong- Mrs. II. A. Mctudfa, Frducah, Vy. s !, BE SURE YOU GET Dr. Jas. P Miller, Judge Hartford. M. S. lidglaml.Clcrk llurttord. M, L, lleavrin, Attorney- - artford, Court convenes first Monday In each month. s - &$$ SEND YOU OAy7 BALLON WOUn PINB G-- Y BAR-OL- D Bell's Plm-Tar-Hon- iy qU.UUElI.Y coutn. on tho fecouil Monday in COURT OF CLAIMS. HffcllftW Yr SKCONO COON HOLLOW WHISKEY Secaixly packed In p;aln box. Absolutely pure, quality guaranteed. (ixcosroaTiD) LOUISVILLE, inch month, & BRO. Convenes first Monday in Whiskey simon AND' MAIN STREETS. n. jones'co. KY. ForSalobyZ WAYNE GMFFIN January, PocasilPM Hi L yoir 111 drnye-U-t b. JtrrJ 1 - plll.D.lloatlr.t.r.lit.Dtlr On. tjm a al1 JmSwi lIvuu&hrArti. TakaltwiLh am. laVa bos II. usually rur.si Ibos.s alto, nar.al.saioeur. or 11.1ml, WEiu. rlll tUaWj U., I .Us4, w.r.luQlIlnsnn.y IhL 100. 000 iranj but If It fall3 to euro go to your AND merchant GET YOUR MONEY BACK. We will refund to him. Price 50 cts. VAN VLEET - MAHSFIELD DRUG CO.. gate Proprleton, To ward oil I.a Grippe tile a dose of Dr. li)c' Kcatorative Nctrinc on eolrij; to bed, MEMPHIS, TENN.