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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 hao1899020301 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. The Haeteord Republican. Fine Job Work a Specialty. i OFFICIAL 0R6JF OF THE PARI? IK IBS FOUSTE COKSREISIOKiL DISTRICT . Subscription $1 a year. VOL. XI. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1899. EAGAN GUILTY. Such is the Finding of the Court Martial. Tho Prosldont Incllnod to Sontonco of Dismissal From tho Army. Washington, Jan. a8 Mlt-Igatot- ho No. 28. TO THEIR HOME. Doyle and McClure Sent to Eddyville for Life. Thoy Rospond to Tholr Son- toncoa Whon Passed by tho Court. Circuit Court adjourned here last Friday, alter disposing ol tbe heaviest criminal docket in the history of the county. Outside ol four murder trials only a lew whisky cases were tried, the civil docket being continued until tbe next term. On Thursday afternoon about 2:30 o'clock Rev, Gregory Doyle and Prof. J. W. McClure, convicted of the murder of Lydia Bratcher, were brought into court to receive their sentences. It was the general opinion of the people that each of the ptisoners would address the court on this occasion and they were not disappointed when the time came. McClure was brought into court first, accompanied by the jailer, sheriff and two deputies. He was neatly and fashionably dressed in blue clothes and entered the court room with a quick and confident step. He was given a seat within the bar and near a table on whlrh he carelessly rested one arm. He rather nervously surveyed the large crowd of people who were present, and when Judge Jones requested him to stand up, he arose as if by magic and listened closely to the words of the sentence. When the Judge asked him If he had any reasons to show why tbe sentence should not be pronounced against him, he hung his head and alter biting his lips a few times, said: "Judge, with all due deference to your honor and the proceedings had in trial, I wish and deslre.in the presence of this audience, to say that despite the prejudice and the evidence as well as the confession charging me with this crime, I never saw Lydia Bratcher in my life. As all my life has shown that I am a citizen, I now humbly bow to the unjust verdict and submit to the judgment of the court as the only thing I can do." The Judge then concluded the sentence and the prisoner was taken back to jail Doyle was then brought in. He was clad in a short sack, coat and looked very much careworn. He was slightly nervous and when the Judge requested him to stand up, he leaned against the tible nnd stood most of the time on one foot. When he was called upon to show reasons why the judgment of the court should not be pronounced against him, he said: "All the reason J have to assign is this: I nevrr gave the consent of my mind to thts dark deed. I know nothing about law and never looked jn a law book in my life. I was never on the witness stand before, and all I will say is this: I never gave the consent ol my mind to that dark deed." After the sentence had been cong mud-colore- d SflffSRs I I . TIB EICaiB(CB OF SYIDP OF FffiS U duo not only to the originality and Implicit of the combination, but also to the oaro and skill with which It is manufactured by scientlQo processes known to the CALiron.iii. Fio 8rrttjp Co. only, and we wish to impress upon all the Importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrup of Figs is manufactured by the CAuromru, Fio Srncr Co. only, a knowledge of that fsct will assist on In aToldlng the worthless Imitations manufactured by other parties. Tho high standing of the Fio Sritur Co. with the medical profession, and the satisfaction which the genuine Syrup of Figs has giTsn to millions of families, makes ths name of tho Company a guaranty Of the excellence of its remedy. It is far la adranee of all other laxatlres, a It acta on the kidneys, liver and bowels without Irritating or weaken-lu- g them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get IU beneficial Cam-roaaix Commissary General Hagnn has been found guilty ol the charges of conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman nnd con duct to the prejudice of order and dis cipllne.nnd of the specifications there to, nnd lms been sentenced to dlmtis sil from the army, but with a tecom mendation for executive clemency. effects, please remember the name of the Company uenn tuu sty. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. sax ru kitcitcn. ct. J EDWIN ROWS. iuvtobckt. tw I' L. l'KLIX Rowe & Felix, HARTFORD. KY. Will practice In the Courts of Ohio coanty and Court of Appeals. Prompt attention given to nil business en trusted to our care. Office in Herald building. 8H.B1VBY " Attorney at aw, n TAYLOR, ruptcy. HARTFORD, KY Will practice his profession In all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals Special atten-'Hogiven to all assignments in bank- Wilt prsctice his ptoleralon in all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and Con it ot Appeals Special attention given to collections. Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. J. S. R. Wedding, rtHIMC) - M. L. HEAVRIN, Under the legulations, the court, reached the conclusion that the accused was guilty, had no choice in selecting the penalty, the regulations providing absolutely one pun lihtucnt dismissal. The only hope for G n. Eagan is commutation, mitigation or disapproval. It will be the prerogative of the President to cither approve the find- place, ings and sentence or approve the The Red Cross Relief association is findings and to mitigate the sentence. doing what it can for these men. There is general belief that the The association has the names of bePresident is inclined to exercise clem, tween 700 nnd 1,000 men for whom it tncy in the case, believing that Gen. is endeavoring to obtain employment Ivngan was scaicely responsible for and can supply to employers workers what he said before the war investi- experienced in almost any profession, gating commission, owing to the business or trade. They do uot ask provocation under which he fe.t he for high wages, but wish only to earn suffered as the result of the attack a living. of Gen. Miles and the goading of During the few heavy snowfalls the sensational press. that New York has had this winter It seems likely that the President some of the obtained work will permit Gen. Kagan to retire in the street cleaning department, and from active set vice, which will carry cltiztns have several times stopped to with it an immediate reduction of 5 watch men dressed in the army unls per cent, of his pay, with the al- form shoveling snow from the cuib lowances for commutation of quarAmong the men who have applied ters, amounting to $1,000 a year, in to the Red Cross tor work is a preach addition. er from Texas who gave up his charge There is a general feeling among and enlisted as a private He army men that this Is the mist that thought that he could get mission can be done in mitigation ol the senwork to do in New York after he was tence of the accused officer, whose discharged lie could get nothing, offense constitutes the greatest scan however, until the first fill of snow, dal to the service which has been when the parson went to work in a known for many years past iu the light summer suit. When asked why annals of the army. he gave up preaching the gospel to shoulder a musket, the Texan said In Hard I.ueU. frankly: When the President made his two "I believe in teaching aud preach. calls on the country last year for vol. Iig the gospel of peace until an eneunteers to fight Spain, 200,000 men my country. Then the lelt their homes and employment to my attacks hiving of much trouble to their country and forinented have In some instances riots mil other expressions of discon tent The Grand Army of the Republic was first started to help the men who were then discharged nnd much Rood was done in the way ol hUiu the and their lamilles The men who composed the volunteer army ol the United States are ver different from the class whocreat ed trouble after mnn European wars Those men were mere fighters and knew no other trade, while in the present Instances the ex soldiers, in a were holding great mnjoiity of good positions before the war. Among them nie ministers, doctors. Iawers, eltctricians, bridge buildtrs, iron workers, mechanics, nurses and men In other walks of lile, and they are be sides, from every state of the Union. In New York city, however, the distress is seen more prominently perhaps than In any other place be cause mote of them have been attract ed to that city by the hope ol work. They supposed that it would be easy to find employment in such a big EATEN By Cannibals Eleven r Sailors, Seized by Now Gulnoa Savngos.Torturod at a Blood Curdling Or-Kloahd Dovourod. Vancouver. B. C, Jan. 28. Alter escaping death by drowning, eleven ol the crew of the ship Manbare were captured and eaten by cannibals of New Guinea. The Manbare was bound for Sydney, Australia, when it was caught in the terrible gale of December. Near Cape Njtlson it began to sink. The crew, eighteen all told, left the vessel in two boats and soon be came separated. One boat containing twelve men was finally thrown ashore ten miles lrom the Cape. The sailors were seized by natives from the Interior and hurried off to the village of the chiel. One man, James Greene, escaped. The sailors were stripped and bound and killed, one each day. A wild ie was participated in by at least 100 savages who had gathered for the feast. In several cases the sailors were tortured by the old women and. children of the tribe. The eyes ot one were gouged out. The doomed men stoically watched the elaborate preparations for their death. A huge pot filled with boiling water was used for the feast, which on the first day was pro longed away into the night. In most cases the men were beheaded, their heads being stuck on poles and paraded before the men who were to suffer the same fate. Greene was rescued by a steamer alter tramping without food a day and a night to reach the coast. The scenes of horror he had witnessed turned his hair snow white. or-g- and we feci that Cousin George will decline to receive so unnecessary a shield. Doubtless there are thousands of women In our country, we may say our etuplre,who would be charmed by the pilvilege of kissing the hero of Manila, and from what we have heard of Cousin Gtorge, we gather that he will not treat all rosy lips with haughty disdain. But he is a man of determination and of discretion, and we iancy that when he has made up his mind that a candidate for osculation does not come up to his ideas of feminine pulchritude she will not be permitted to come within range of his rapid fire guns. Cousin George is the one naval hero who can be trusted to look out for himself. And yet the others do not require a catcher's mask ; what they need is a muzzle. Chicago Post. Doomrd, UrlB'a So much misery and so many deaths have been caused by tbe Grip, that every one should know what a wonderful remedy for this malady is found in Dr. King's New Discovery. That distressing stubborn cough, that in flames your throat, robs you of sleep, weakens jour system nnd paves the way for Consumption is quickly stopped by this matchless cure. If you have chills and fever, pain the back of the head, soreness in bones and muscles, sore throat and that cough that grips your threat like a vice, you need Dr. King's New Discovery to cure your Grip, and prevent Pneumonia or Consumption. Price 50 cts and $ 00. Money back if not cured. A trial bottle free at J. II. Williams' clock on the mantel was just ftriking 7 o'clock. "I fell uMeep and dreamed thnt the devil had come to me and siid I could have all the money I wanted if I would be content to die on my thirtieth birthday. He told me to think the matter over, and he sat down iu my Morris chair, and picking tip a magazine, read it fo a long time. In about an hour's time I told him that I would accept. He rose, put a packet of money on the mantel and told me that as ofteu ns I desired money I had but to look on the mantel and the amount would be there. And then he opened the door and went out. ItTi Drug Store. Preilrieul n An EtrrMor Boy. White House attaches have many stories of the unfailing democratic courtesy of tbe President which has made him so popular with public men. 1 he latest story is of an incident which concerned Senator Cullom. A week or two alter his fall on the ice, from which he is still suffering, Senator Cullom called at the White House. He was lame from the accident, and walked with difficulty with the assist ance of a cane. He was accordingly taken up stairs in the private elevator, lugging a big bundle of papers supposed to be on the district Judgeship. After a satisfactory interview, during which the situation was canvaesed, the Illinois Senator with infinite difficulty pre pared to go down-stair- ATIORNEY AND (NOTAHV COUNSELLOR AT LAW, HARTFORD,. Wi.l prsctice his provision in all the luuitx ol Ohio and adjoining counties nd the Court of Appeals. Prompt attention l ven toallbusiptrta entrust-tOifiaa in his cste. Rbpuhucak building-- . Attorney at Law Beaver Dam, . Perry Westerfield, Kt Attorney at Law, Hartford, Ky., Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Ofiico with County Attorney; . J. Davidson, HARTFORD, KY. Wjll practice bis profession in all the Courts of Kentucky. Special attention given to collections, settlement ot decedent's estates, road cases Ofiico up aud criminal practice. stairs next door toGriflin'sdrug store. Attorney al taw, ES. IE3. 3NTE.ja.Xj, SOLICITORS WANTED for "The Story ot the Philippines" by Murat Halstead, commissioned by the Government as Official Historian to the war Department. The book was written in army camps at San Francisco, on the Pacific with General Meritt, iu the hospitals at Honolulu, in Hong Kong, in the American trenches at Manila, in the Insurgents camps with Aguiual do, on the deck of the Olympia with Dewey, and in the roar of battle at the fall of Manila. Bonanza for agents, Biimlul of original pictures taken by of peace becomes ineffective. government photographers on the enlist. Since the war has ended gospel Nothing but solid lead, and plenty ot spot. Large book. Low prices about 100,000 of these have been honFreight paid Credit ol use I thought I Big profits Mauy of them it, is any sort orably discharged serve the Master by given. Drop all trashy unofficial war went back to their old employment could better Outfit free. Address, F T. than by talking books Barber, Sec'y., Star Insurance Bldg., and are engaged once more in the shooting Spaniards religion, and so just enlisted." Chicago. 15 16 t. peaceful arts. A great number, how ever, have failed to get work from one The Doomed Iltniormrjr. rnuse and another In a great tinny Chairman Jones, ol the Democratic II Will w H! AlMJJ Botiht Bun tU cases these ex soldiers gave up goo'l puty, is a hopeful individual, one ot positions when the country needed those who are filled brimtul of optimtheir services with the understanding ism He thinks that it the Democrats thnt when they were mustered out (ilrUXot lobe Whlppr.l In !'rn.ln. eleit a President they will also select oI ot Piussia enough Senators to control that body. they could go back to the work they Thelitis in will n t 'ie whipped 1. the tutu e lor He is tight, but the "it" in his reloll when the war began. In many instances the former sol the government ha- ju-- t issued n de- marks is bigger than a mountain. diets now know that the specious cree alio' ishini; iemule corporal pun Nothing will remove it except some promises of getting back their jobs uhuient This is the order which most idiotic wotk on the part of the were not made in good faith, and has been rtceived by pedagi-gue- s Republicans, and there is not much they are now reduced to very straight throughout Prussia: show for that. Matters in the future In many cases ened circumstances. "In defeience to the sentiment of are never sure, but it now looks as if men who lately wore the uniforms of cur time, neither male nor female William McKinley will come pretty Uncle Sam's volunteer army are teachers will be peuuitted hereafter to near filling tbe shoes he wears and obliged tu practically live on charity. iafllct bodily chastisement 03 female the chair he sits in for another f.ur The same state of affairs was wit pupils. Since girls are possessed of a years after his present term is ended. nessed at the close of the civil war dillcate sense of honor, the extreme Cincinnati Commercial Tribune. and has been the case after every war panishment for disobedience or lack in the world's history when large of diligence in their rase should be numbeis ot men weresuddenly thrown to be placed on a sort of 'bench ol out of a means of livelihood by being penitence' near the teacher's desk." The boys ol Prussia are now in mor discharged from service after peace was declared. til for lest they receive, in addition Mlckrns and III Ulllrns. In olden times these large bodies of to their own punishment, the whip-- , Charles Dickens was a slave to his ex soldiers have often been the cause pings formerly given to the girls. fond ol was pets, and ACTIVE "I was thoroughly cognizant of the fact that I was only twenty-fivyears old and had five years yetto live yet in that dream I lived them. I did not go the pace I behaved myself but lived sumptuously took care ol relatives and friends traveled all over the world. I even fell in love, but did not ask tbe girl to be my wife, because I had always iu mind the fact that I was to die ns soon as I wasv thirty years old. ' Year after year passed and I saw no more my irieud, the devil. As often as I wanted money I found it and took it with no micgivlngs as to my ultimate future, inasmuch as I knew that the life I was leading was above reproach. "Thirty day3 before my thirtieth birthday I went to my lawyer and saw that my will was in perfect technical shape. Aud then I concerned mj selt no more in respect to my death than I would to the purchasing of a new collar. "The night before my thirtieth biithday I gave a stag aflair to about twenty men. I wat: as gay as any man there and the quip and jest and story had gone around. Then my nearest intimate gut up and proposed my health. It was drunk and I was called upon for a speech. I rose, glass In hand. Just as I got to my feet the clock in tbe hall chimed out midnight I was thirty years old. I tried to raise my glass on high, but it fell with a crash to the table. The lights danced in front of me, the men's faces faded away, a big, black pall came down and blctted everything and I felt myself tilling, falling. falHng and then I woke with a start. ' I looked up at the clock on the mantel. It marked five minutes after 7 I had been asleep five minutes and had lived five years." N.w York e Sun. OASVOSLIA. 0 the-sc- . OASTORIA. given to col KJ lections, making abstracts, Ac. alio Notary Public lor Ohio County. Office North side ot public square. QPEOIAL attention Attorney at lavs HARTFORD, KY. , JNO. B. WILSON, - To Whom It May Concern. and for the mantfacturert Strong words cf indorsement for prominent ejficials of its home city. cf Hou. Samuel L. Block, Mayor of Columbus, O., whoso writes the follow at. picture adjoins this paragraph, uit ing letter: Executive DsrT.,CiTr op Coluudus. To whom it may concern: I can cost cheerfully recommend as of thc J" oreatest possible benefit in cases of catarrh ( id other diseases of the mucous membrane. Thisremedyhascstabllshcdltsclf In tho minds of tho people as of tho greatest possible worth and genuineness. I have known Dr. Hartman for a number of rears, and am nleaaed to kuv that ha is onu of tho leadlnir citi zens of this city, a man of tho very highest standing and character In tho community. Respectfully, Samuel Xu Black. Col. Arthur Ti. Hamilton, commanding oOlccr of tho Seventeenth Infantry Ohio National Uuaru, whoso residence is at 309 West Pirst Avenue, Columbus, 0., bears witness to tho efficiency Here is Colonel Hamilton's letter H of I lifftllMb. and picture. Coluuiius, 0., May 18, 1897. B Dr. S. D, Hartman, Dear Sin: Besides havlnir tho merits of 10 f nil v demoustraU d in mv famllv. I havo a num ber of friends who havo taken It for catarrh and stomach trouble, and all unite In praising it. As a remedy for summer ana winter caiarru lean ruiiy recommena it. Anxnun L. Hamilton. E$X m From the Hon. Samuel J. Swartz, Police Judge, m Columbus, 0. State or Onto, BtrrRKUK Court Law Lidiubt, Columbus, 0 Nov. 13, 1897. Pt.ru.na Medicine Co., Columbus, 0, Gentlemen: Tho result of using has been so urattivlntr to me that 1 cannot but congratulate you on 1110 success 01 your remcuy. Cs Your hltrh standing in the business community, and the worth of the gentlemen conducting this great enterprise-- propared mo to expect a meritorious article only, from your establishment, but its real worth. IsbestdemonstraUdbylUuse. Bespectfully, Bauum. J. Swaiitz. Attorney R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, Will practice his profession in nil the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith A Go , Market Htreet. atlaw Hartfoko, Kt. WEDDING T .r ji.j 1 w& Pe-ru-- 1 Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in af) the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties. Also Notary Fublic. Office, in Commercial Hotel. B. R. Hartford, Kt. v r g r patticularly he cats One little deal kitten had the libetty of his master's study, She followed him about like a dog and sat beside him while he wrote. One evening Dickens was reading by a small table upon which stood a lighted candle As usual, the cat was at his elbow. Suddenly tbe light went out. Dickens was deeply Interested in his book, and he proceeded to relight 'the candle, stroking the cat while he ' did so. Aftetward be remembered that pu-- s had looked at him somewhat reproachfully while she received the caress. It was only when the llyht again became dim that the reaj Jf 1 Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice hi profession in all tho courts of Ohio ami adjoining counties Osrntul attention wl.ll he given to a Col builneif entrusted to his care. leotionin specialty Office over Ohio County Bank Aim NotaryPublit. a. :Mr. :b.a.:e3:n':e;i"i Arymfk f ;m Pe-ru-- son of her melancholy suddenly daw n cd upon him Turning quickly, he found her deliberately putting out the candle with her paw, and again she looked at him She was lonesome; she nppeallngly wanted to be petted, and this was her device for gaining her end. New York Evening Wotld. Bisntu OASTOnXA. sfV UuiiM-raMir- M- - YM Haw Alwin BwgM arv Attorney at Javtf IlAltTKOM), Special attention given tn all business entrusted to his care. Office iu CoaK Kt. vr Po-ru-- , House. j 1'rermilloa. An The Hitcbelors" club ot Jopllu, Mo has forwarded to Admiral Dewey a catcher's mask with the suggestion that "it Is to be worn by him when he returns to the United States as a protection against the kissing on dauuhts of the lair sex," We regard tht 05 a mott unworthy sneer at our Le.utllul and kympathetlc sisterhood, "Not that way, Senator," said the President. "Let's take the elevator." On reaching the elevator the President found to his dismay there was no conductor I "Step in, Senator. guess I can manage this thing all right," aud before he knew what had happened the Illinois Senator was being carried down to tbe main floor with the President ot the UulUd States as his elevat r boy. Tbe situation was so curious Senator Cullom forgot all bis pains aud with a smile said: "You're a pretty good machine man alter all, Mr. "01 course I am," said the PresU dent as he deposited the invalid Sena cluded, Doyle said: tor safely on the ground floor and "Judge, may I atk a question for started back to tbe upper floor to the my own benefit?" consternation of the attendant whose Judge Jones told him jes, to go on, humble duties were freely assumed by and he said: the Chief Executive. "I don't want to be allowed to be put in the presence ol McClure. I am !Iinlti' Or'Miai Xertl, Mr. R P Olivia, of Barcelona, afraid of him." The Judge then requested tb e jailer Spain, spends his winters at Aiken, S. C Weak nerveshadcaured severe to keep them separated and told Doyle pains in the back of his head. On that he would inform the warden at using Electric Bitters, America's Eddyville, of his request. He was then taVen back to j ill and greatest Blood and Nerve Remedy, nil pain soon leit him. He says this on Friday evening both McClure and grand medicine is what bis country Doyle were taken to the penitentiary, needs. All America knows that it there to be confined during their cutes liver and kidney trouble, puri- natural life. Hart County News. fies tbe blood, tones up the stomach, A Nlory or Drrhion. strengthens the nerves, puts vim, How long does it take you to and new life into every muscle, vigor dream? Did you ever find out or nerve and organ of the body. If try? Mohammtd, it is related, once weak, tired or ailing you need it. Before fell asleep on a camel's back. Every bott'c guaranteed, only 50 faKlng olT into dreamland he said he cents Sold by J. II. Williams, Drug saw a palm tree the only one in gist. sight, about six camels' lengths away. He fell asleep aud dreamed AL WANTED-SEVERpersons In this state to that he had gone to heaven saw manage our business in their own and sights strange and wonderful many nearby counties. It Is mainly office ol them. He bad no clear conception Salary work conducted at home. straight $900 u year and expenses-defin- ite, ot time, but he felt, rather than knew, bonnfide, nor more, no less that days and days had pissed. And salary Monthly $75, References. then he woke up. Enclose stamped enveTbe camel was just passing the lope Herbert E Hess, Frea,, Dept., had been palm tree Mohammed M, ChicHgo. asleep about four seconds. A 1'rlKlilllll llllliil-- r Some one told the above story the Will often cause a horrible Burn, other night, after the talk had chanced Scald, Cut or Bruise, Oucklen's Ar- on psychology, mesmerism, though nica Salve, the best in tbe world, will transferance thr occult iu general. kill the piin and promptly heal it And then one young fellow of twenty-fiv- e Cures Old Sores, Fever Sores Ulcers, or thereabouts told this tale: BoIIm, Felons, Corns, all Skin Erup I had a dream the other night that tions Bifct Pile cute on earth Only since I had it has kept me awake Cuie guaranteed. thinking. It was a mixture ot tbe 25 cts a box Sold bf J II Williams, Druggist. Faust idea and of my own master But tbe masslon money getting. fact that it was over so quickly is the part that has puzzled me most. j I "I had gone throughn pretty hard For Infants and Children. day, and before dressing to go out The Kind You Have Always Bought that evening I thought I'd lie 011 the couch lor a minute -- lie lull lengt'i on Bears ths mv back nnd get a good rest that Signature of way. As I lay thre I noted that the ." Foul-Smellin- g Is ono of tho moat obstinato diseases, and henco tho most difficult tocet rid of. There is but ono way to euro it. The disease is in tho blood, and all tho sprays, washes and inhaling mixtures in tho world can havo no permanent effect whatever upon It. Swift's Catarrh permanently, for It is tho only remedy which can reach tho disease and forco it from tho blood. Mr. B. P. McAllister, of Harrodsburg, j,, nau usiarrn ior years, lie writes: I could la no lmnravprnpnt .hntvf- thODCtt I was constantly treated with inrays and trashes, and differ- SBO. eaiiDuaung remedies In fact, I could feel that each winter I was worse than the year previous. "Finally It was brought to E17 notice that Catarrh was a blood disease, and alter thinking over the matter, I saw It was unreasonable to expect to M cured xy remedies whloh only reached the surface. I then decided to trr ti, 8. S., snd after a few bottles were used, I noticed a nercentlble lmnrovement. Continuing the remedy, the dlscaso was forced out ot my system, and a complete cure was the result. 1 adtlse all who have this dreadful dlseaso to abandon tbelrlocal treatmcnt.whlchhasncTer done them any good, and take S 8. 8 .ft rem idy that can reach the disease and cure It." Catarrh Catarrh. igy To continuo tho wrong treatment for Catarrh is to continuo to suffer. Swift's Speciflo is a real blood remedy, and diseases, d cures obstinato, which other remedies have no effect whatever upon. It promptly reaches Catarrh, and never fails to euro oven the most aggravated cases. deep-seate- S.S.S.rneBlood the Is only Purely Vegetablo, and is blood remedy guaranteed to oontain no dangerous minerals. Books mailed freo by Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Georgia, '" THIN TfTTTTT?tWffTTITTIMM'?'j LISTLESS fe. & SLEEPLESS SALLOW SKINNED frequently chew and smoke Immense quantities ot tobacco and wonder al ths lime why thoy look so bad, (eel guar to mean. Try under an absolutemoney snlce ol benelil and tlnal cure, or refunded, tho taking ol a single box ol NO-TO-BAC regulates tiHiM makes purs rich blood. Many report a gain ol ten pounds In ten days. Go buy a box. Try It under your own . nniiniiinTifl nlianlllTPF Every cist U autnorlicii to sou uUoluto guarantee lo cure evtry form of tobaciu using Our written guar- ante, frto leisamtile ofr1A. rtASl biilt and linn han't, UI I ixmlilnt ' mulled for His SmoUu Your uro aiUIng Aildrtsa TIIB bTEKUNO UFU. CUV to , Chicago, Montreal, Cun., N.V.60 sin ne run it tobacco using, fcttm. UllUUUIoI'd UUAilAimc. uru-- j ab CASTOR A ; CASCARETS ZS&Sn&,"SlI Ilos't Tvtce Spit sml Saiols tear lif. Asf. To quit tobacco easily and forenr.bemif netle. lull ot lite, nerrs and vlor, taka that make weak men ths wnndsr-workcstrong. All druiflsts, Wo or SI. Cutlfuarsn-teed- . Hooklet and suraplo free. Address Burling ItttnsJr Co Culcigc or N)w York. J $&!. '1 liiaWMal t l.s.liMiV Wi,!. act Hartford Republican. . bj ItMii'tl l'riln ll VHTI'Oltll I'l'ttt.IsM I Incorporatud. HON J NO Hi1 I UH 'r " KnflEKS. II. Tlli'MVt, lilUTOPS Office on Fox Stroot. Subscription, ' SI nor ysar In ndnnco '" Kntcted u .ccoml ft the nt Itnrilotil class null matter pnst-otu- of ,ho Republican State Central Com- mitlce, Mr. Barnelt hn. been iu the midst of the storm, that have snmo- -, timet shook llic grand old party nbout llie Slate rnpit.il, but with that fagao- -, it y mid dhcrctimi thtit tit lil'ii lor a , ctriing pally li'Ul6r In; ha never ulltcd ' himself with anv of tliufac'loni whose quart els have loit the State to the Democrats. Slnnilini. as Cul. lkrnett does for uuity, hainiiiiy nnd progrcts, (hp 1((lJ.g ,n ..e trenc,)(. 8e mM,y ,0 i follow him to victory. I lay 'aside political prejudice and to think lor themselves. They are think- ' ' FRIDAY. FI.nKU.MtY3 one of Aikaubno' mobl noted niul ablest eons, vn stricken with apoplexy while tliO Al'ai'snus II. Qaki.NI), ltii I'Hi.uhikic iw iwc uuhu upturn ui i'i it ttr.i'iii'.t r.xr.tri vi:. We Aientt'lim s dtiiniiouiiocll-itf llcaver U..m. s.i . ; iv-- y reseitla'he.Mil j ctt-tthKepnbllcan panv. Sam rcliomi the- - Tun Cubans must think that Hi e!e a noble old fellow, having hm. rued tliviii fitin Spanish rulo, lie in now savins: litem lrom Htiaichy, HintnAi'iiK our mmy officers ulm pet mad ought In be win' i miugli to hold their anger rud Jet their pent-uwrath burst Jtrili upou the enemy. One thiop. every Inmost man must rdmit and that i tli.it prosperity ynes d with Hfjmb'ican lule. Think of "1)2. Link, see ami lee! the prescut. linnd-iu-lmu- Siipume Court of the United Stairs, on .Jminnrv k'lith. Ho KOttiu tho UiidM.nl an argument (me lL(, cor, Mj wmmom nt 12.15and came. He wue tviihiu ten mitiiit' ii dead. Tne la'c Hon. A II. (Jutland was ono oi the leading nl I ho South, lie rcrved in both houses oi the government, being in the Sen-ai- r when the wut closed. Iti 1874 he wiiMlictttl Governor of Arkausisand so great vvaj his succeed that he wai o'it'iiI to the U. S. Seuato In 1877 vi limit nppositii'ii nnd in ltid.1 He was appointed Attorney General by Cleveland in 1834 He died before what he htul often termed the highest ami purest tribunal on earth. Mitt-tnieCon-luler- ate Wnr.N a mnn is in the mire it ira'-ter- s not with him upou whom heeling the mud, jmt sn he pels n'i rrstrd-les- a oi position in lite Miles' accusation of Gen. Enean for example. tic oflici llet.eld liiKRit i. undlVH Rcputil'c in hold in Kentucky who is kCujiii. his p.iiiilun by the full and lreeconent oi the people Hartford to-d- The partisan cuesedness out of which the above statement was born brands its author as a contemptible calumniThe Louisville Dipaldt, heretofore ator of thebest manhood in Kentucky. the exponent of the worst features of is out for Har- The slanderous charge that the numer Kentucky Democracy, ous Republican officials in Kentucky din. Urey Woodson should ring up hold their positions as a result of force, his Kenton chief and announce that fraud or corruption is aa false in fact is lost." "all as it is Buaraeful in statement. A Theiie are at least a few people in newspaper so lost to shame aa to deHartford who would bo pleased to fend the Goerel election law and few have the temperaturo ''way down be- papers do, not even the DlspaUh low lero" and deep snow on the should turn the wind on its smut mill cround from November to March. It with caution. The Herald is remindon the public square. ed that the time has come when a Restops publican who holds office in Ohio counThe so called Filipino congress by ty must have not only "the fuil and confering power upon Aguinaldo to free consent of the people," but must declare war against the United States have the consent of a Democratic whenever he sees fit, has wrapped up Court of Appeals as well. in a budget and delivered to him their ambition, hopes, energies and aims to We would suggest to our Demobe scattered to the four windsin a fiery cratic friends and fellow citizens that contest with Dewey. as the gubernatorial contest is coming on, they skould remember how bitterU. S. Grant, Jit., being unable ly ttiey condemned that infamous himself to pluck the Senatorial plum Goebel election law when it was from the Californian assembly, is acGeneral Assembly and not cused of getting "the boys" to help be like the party, ready to change for him club it out. That's wrong, U. 8., policy as the moment may dictate. take the noble words oi your illustri- First remember your honor and be ous father foryour motto and "fight it consistent. If you were once against out on this line" (of truth and honi the law for the pake of principle now esty) "if it takes all summer." stand upon your manhood and fight the author of this odious act for the editor-in-chiof Mil. 13. A. Em.oe, sake of principle and for the protecthe Louisville Ditpztch since its or- tion of the ballot box, the safeguard ganization, has tendered his resignaof our liberties. Nothing can be more tion to Allen R. Carter, President of disgusting than for men to fight a the Dispatch Publishing Company. mean thing for the sake of principle Mr. Enloo says he cannot edit the one day and the next forgive, unction Dsspilek under the orders of the pres- and defend for the sake of party. Beent managers, which will destroy the fore you tako that fatal step, stop a paper before the campaign of 1900 moment, think of consistency, consid Mr. Enloe sees the impending er your honor, regard them and be a dissolution and don't want the old man. "boss" to die on his hands. In a cablegram to the authorities at Ex Secretary or State John W. Washington, Gen. Brooke says, "AfIIeadixy, in a card announcing his ter three days'peaceful celebration the candidacy for that office again, says: people of Matauzas, by their Civil "I never scratchd a DemocratGovernor, Mayor, Council and Junta ic ticket and am in favor of the convey to tho Military Governor and Chicago platform." through him to the President of the blunPoor Johu, he made the fatal United States their grateful acknowlder of omitting to say ho was for Bry- edgement for tho inestimable service an in 11)00. He probably did not which have been rendered by the know that Brynn, rather than the army and navy, together with their Chicago platform, is tho measure of assurance of such conduct as will con Democratic loyalty nowadays. vtneo the people of the United States is added to the and tho world that they are entitled Another laurel to the confidence and respect of all ciown of Attorney Geuerul Taylor. class of In the suit ot the Kentucky Chair patriotic people." The better Cuba's people can already see the the Commonwealth Company against ef s. ing and Intelligently thinking. That, sir, Is what is the matter with old Kentucky. Your boasted forty thousand majority la a thing of the patt It has gone where the woodbine twin-til- l. Do you wonder at your lossf Look at Ohio county for example. Only a few years ago Democracy enjoyed a thousand majority nnd Republican conventions were held in a closet. What a change, How is it what a change I And why, how that change? It was wrought by the noble sons of her virgin soil. Democratic blood purified by independent thought has brought about the change. And again he says "There is hardly a Republican holding office In Kentucky to day who is occupying his position by the full aud tree consent of the people." Such nn assertion is entirely false, it is wholly false, it is basely false, it is beastly false. Continuing, he says: "Inaltuosteverj instance they got into office by lorce of accident, by sharp manipulation oi election returns," etc., etc. This last needs but a word of comment. If by "force ol accident" he means "the fair and Iree expression of the right ol American citizenship; an intelligent, educated ballot," then we admit that Republican officials hold their positions only by "lorce ol accident." You cry "poor nigger" again, you vility the Republican paity with all that is mean and contemptible and only cense when you have exhausted your vocabulary of evil. You praise your purity and boast ol your power, and yet you have written upon the statute book of the State a law that puts the election in your hands and the suffrage ot the people at your mercy. fiJoYOHi J 2E)lNrr,DKO",vr t:: IN- - BEOS., . v. warn We are sure vou do not. Nobody wants It. But It comes to many thousands everv vear. GEHERAL ruscRis -- CHANDISE CONSISTING OF- - P lOry Itcomcstothoscuho have hid couehs and colds until the throat Is raw, and the lining membranes 01 tne mngs arc Stop your courIi Inflamed. wucn 11 ursi nwuis, wuu jwm remove the great aangcr 01 future trouble. oods, potions, Boois, Shoes, fiais, (Japs, roccries, Jlc. Hardware, Queensware, ginvcrare, Stoves, I?arnikir, Clothing, Sftn?3S?C,TS?7"Sit, 1'ti HI " '. fff At KPjVjtfr.JLl3etrJ yLmto IMMMvrrT. " - - M j"' fwStt i JA4 tyTwIBBleeleeePBeeeeeeMr $ Bain rx m Cueppg : Peelorail stops coughs of all kinds. It does so because It is a of great power. This makes It the greatest prcventiv c to consumption. Put one of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your lungs A Ubrnry whole MatUoaJ From. For four cnti I a tUmp will acr.lyou ImoV. iuttu mllcl tnji-- f pot-ne- The Republican party, even when it had almost unlimited power, never dreamed of a deed so base aud low. It is not its policy ti obtain power by a "howl of negro equality," or by will ful and malicious slander and abuse, nor by an appeal to prejudice in any form, but it depends for its authority upon the Intelligence of a free people and upon a fair and honest count of their suffrage. Sir, go to your study, loosen up the scales and rake them from your eyes. Look for your conscience and remember that we are en titled to a decent resoect. Medlomt Adrtca Free, We hT U10 fietuilve t0Mtrti of loin of th moitcmlnviit ptiyklclam In tli ITnttrd bute. Unui ital iiinr UU timM nrA .....III., an.4 Imii nmtlj t Onto for clrlne you nrdinl tha Write IrteW ndrle. youreiif Youill Oil rtcvus ft -- trouipi Ttelr. without ,co;t. j Lowell. Mm. a College Notes. MissEva Hlnes, Ilines of Rockport, was a visitor at General Exercises Tuesday morning. A. C. Taylor made the college another pleasant visit Monday moruing. Gilbert and Morton Holbrook have been added to the list of matriculates. The music teacher, Miss Margaret Nail, is still confined to her bed with sickness The number of applicants for increases etch week. The students seem to be putting forth all their energies t5 make this term one of much success. The German class which has been organized tais term s.ecui to be making unusual advancement under the able instruction of W S Youug. Miss Eugenia Howard ha3 been absent from school on account ot illness. he has won another notablo victory. The liticalion was instituted in interest of the people by the Board ot Sinking Fund Commissioners aud has enved the Slate moio than sixty of dollars. General Taylor handled the ctum without other legal assistance and consequently a great rnviag to th State is the result, every dol ur ol tlio amount recovered going tu the Tr usury. Ho has uiado the moot biiiliaut record of any Attorney (iniallhe State ban had in ycais itml i'ci linH the best she has ever had. thou-eands wonderful difference between American and Spanish government. The light of intellectual and political freedom is sure to dawn upon time-woand oppressed Cuba under the parental care of the United Stales. Amors lean rule in Cuba is like the light of high noon risen upou midnigbt darkt nets. The air is purer, the sun shines brighter, nnd the birds eiug moro sneclly nnd life now is worth living. rn THE BOND ISSUE. The taxpayers of Ohio county should appreciate the splendid management ol the county's finances by County Attorney M. L. Heavrin and Judge Jas. P. Miller. The indebtedness ot Ohio county last July, at which time a special term ot the Fiscal Court was had to consider the matter, amounted to $30,000, upon most of which the county was paj Ing ten per cent interest or nearly three thousand dollars a ear interest on the county debt. When Messrs. Heavrin and Miller proposed to issue the county's bonds bearing four per cent for mon ey with which to take up the outstanding indebtedness of the county and reduce tne annual interest charge by about $:,8oon year. A part ot the Fiscal Court bitterly fought the prop osition and when a vote was taken on the masure, a tie resulted, and Judge Miller's vote was required to pass it. $33,000 of county bonds bearing lour per cent interest payable bonds due in twenty years and payable at option of the county after five yeats were prepared and sold to Rudolph, Kleybolte and Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, at $77 premium on the whole. Messrs. Heavrin and Miller delivered the bonds at Cincinnati and paid off all the outstanding indebtedness oi the county other than the bonds December 26th, 189S. Alter the settlement with the Sheriff the first of this year it was found that $5,000 could be put into the sinking fund created by the court for the payment of the bonds as they became due, but Attoruey Heavrin and Judge Miller, being members ot the Sinking Fund Commission, concluded it woutd be better to have $5,000 woith ol the county bonds, than the same amount in a Slnklcg Fund, opened up negotiitions with the company to which the bonds were sold and bought five thousand dollars of the binds at one per cent premium. The vigilance ol the paitks named not only reduced the annual interest charge upon the county indebtedness frrni three thousand dollars ti one thousand but reduced the indetedness itself by five thousand dollars, for which the t4ipaers should be thank semi-annuall- ! T7BCES We nro now in tho General Morcliandio Business in earnest, and in truth. In these long fifteen years of experience wo have, in a sense, just been preparing to sell goods. Now we aro. ready to sell and not only to cell but to tell riclit. It any one were to tell you thnt the best ttoro houeo in Ohio county, is at Narrows, you would not believe it did not the stubborn fnctstaro you in tho face. Now, acknowledging this to be a fact, isn't it more reasonable to believe the best stock oi goods i i at Narrow-Certainly it is, for with tho large and conveniently arranged and lighted house wo have, and tho long experience we have had iu business enables us to tako advantage oi all the best and cheapest markets and to ktup gin le in nice order as city houses. While we have all the advantages thnt city houses have, wo ave great nilv.m'i.f e s ncr them. They pay heavy city tax, we don't! Mnuy ol them pay heavy rent, we don't, but they pay gas nnd electric light tnx, wo don't; wc own our iihttrent houses toothers. II a city houre isn't going forward (dull iuies) they aro going backwaid. We ure holding our own and havo no loeees to make up. Now, with il.e bttt h use and beBtttockiu the country aud with the ab ivo advantages over city houses, w bo can beat us? We have learned thnt if a man itn't at tho top of his profession ho isn't in tho fight. Now wo nro on top and expect to slay thero while God blesses u with health and d strength. If you need goods and want the best po.'siblo vuluo lor your Cash, wo certainly are fixed to accommodate you, lor no man can undcricll us nnd stay, ior wo have the business figured down to a fine point and when a merchant gets below us in prices (quality considered ) he looees aud if his prices are higher we get the trade. No doubt you can call to mind some thnt have gnr.p both wa). Below we give ymi a few of our paralyzing prices: Fair quality calico at 3c ; tho very best at 3Jo j good heavy yard wide factory cotton ut 3$c by tiie bolt ; heaviest nt Jc by tho blt ; good bleached cotton, clear of starch, at (Uc; giod Cree linore shoe at SI; u good Creole Congress shoo at SI, an extra good shoo of both styles We have a nine lino of dress goods of almost any kind, nice silks aud braid trimmings. Also have a nt 81. I'i good lino of Furniture and Stove?, und almost everything elto and all at the very lowest possible living price. Nn use going to tho city now for nico good?, for we hnvc them just as nice and cheaper. No trouble lor Wo will sell you tho nicest and finest salt at f 1 a barrel. us to sell good now No trouble tj buy more, either We'll sell you goods right mid treat jou right. It anything should come up that isn't right we'll make it right. Wo aro here to sell goods aud must sell them and will sell them, if low prices nnd good goods "spell" anything. KESPGOTI-'ULLY- , Try us once. We mean what we say. ? 1 1 haul-earne1 T70 OrPXJaSXjIO v ' .lE The students who are taking the Teacher's Course are very buiy not sleep nnd lor two months was unto take thee.xjrainition which der the influence ot narcotics. is to be held next week. and friends gave me up to die; The societies are preparing a His- but in two days alter I commenced toric Review which will soon be pub- taking Dr Miles' Restorative Ntr-vlu- e lished. It will prove to be quite inI bi.gan to iumrove, and in a teresting to those who are in sympa- month's time I was entiiely cuitd. X thy with the societies. It is the greatest health restorer on earth." The lira! 1'rrtcrlptlon Inr ClillU D. W. Hilton, Louisville, Ky. and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tast-les- s All druggUts nte authorizsd to tell Chill Tonic. Never fails to cute; then why experiment with yoithless Dr. Miles' Nervine on a guarantee imitations? Piice, 50c that first bottle benefits or money refunded, lie tute and get Dr. Miles' Te) Cora Couetlputlon Forever. TaVe Ciicureti CauJr Citharlic lOoorSSo. Bookleton heaitand nerves euro, druKuUta refund inonoj. Nervine. ItCCC, till to sent free. Addrefs There is more Catarrh in this sec Dr. Milcd Medical Co., Elkhait, tion of the country than all other di Ind. seases put together, and until the last I N, few years was supposed to be incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a local diseare, and IIAHTFOHll, KY. prescribed local remedies, and by constantly failing to cure with local treatWatch, Clock and Jewelry repairing pronounced it incurable done in first class order. ment, Science has proven catarrh to be a A fine outfit for testing ejes foi constitutional disease, and therefore weak vision, etc. Don't tail to have requires const tutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by your eyes tested before buying specF. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is tacles. 30 the only constitutional cures on the market. It is, taken internally in :b3l 'Em? wusr 4 Green River Academy and Business Institute Opens Jan. BO, 1899. CO URSES-Preparatory, Teachers', rTc.sutph Scientific and Business, Typewriting, Telegraphy, Shorthand, Bookkeep-.?- ! ing, Etc. Expenses Lowest Hoard $1.50 to $2,00. Club Mates Lowest Ever Known. 'ja 2L. 'SJilflSfiKi3 PRINCIPALS, GfJSEasri! Jeweler and Optician, moss, a :p. wROCKPORT, KY. doses from 10 drops to a It acts directly on the blood and mu. cous surfaces ot the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cpre. Send lor circulars Address, and testimonials. F. J.' CiliWiv & Co-- . Toledo, O. Sold by Drngglits, 75c. Hall's Family Pills ure the best. r.:1 ii- - ; t;; l; i;j;i i i; iy jjii:jjji'i;v, ' HARTFORD COLLEGE, HARTFORD, KY. ful LaGRIPPElS CONTAGIOUS. Atmosphere Impregnat-e- d With Germs. IHnrti-- r JUSTICE TO WHOM JUSTICE IS DUE. is the foieiunner to consumption. I.tine; Irrllnllon Third Term opens Jan. 16,1899. Summer Term opens June 5, '99. Sovon full Onto county invites the Itenuhli-cir.- ti nl ol Kentucky to como to Hart-ioInr a candidate fur Governor and ntUiiN hrr dittitiguislied sou nnd citi-zCol. C. M. Harnett, ns a man uuitliy ol the sacred trust nud deserving the exalted liouor of leading the party in the approaching campaign. Col. lkrnett is n young man who only lour years ago was the hnuorah'e, but arduous labors iucilent to larm life, but in that short time hid capacity for public service has been lecngnied by his party by giviug lilin u term in the lower h"iie of the Kentucky leginlature, where lie wan u recognized leader of hi ptrly, by making him Chairman nl the State Central Committee, and by nuking him Surveyor ol the Port ut Louisville, a p xsiii m ho now holds with honor to himself and his party. As Representative and as Chairman! n, Bell'. Pine Tv,r Honey will cuie The editor ot the Herald comes out . it, nnd give such strength to the this week in high sounding phrases , )u,1;8 ,hat C0U),h or coU, wn, not on "Things That Must Shoitly Come settle there. Twenty five cents at nil to Pass," In that remarkable discus - good druggists. ForsalebyS Wajne tl sion the prophet after spending his OnOin &Dro. lorce in eulogy of the par intellectual r!ll.H.l.i:. Ouc Iron Giny Mare, five jrars old. ty's past, declatts that nothing can lilleen bands high, broke to ride pi.i1 ctem thetideof overwhelming Democ bhe i.H a first class animal in racy in the future in Kentucky. He woik respect will sell her for n says that "Kentucky nted never have rvti piice--ca- th or 011 time If on been nnything but a solidly Demo- time, patty to nole with approvt tl d stcunty. Apply at this iflwe cratic State ttoiu Governor to Constable, bv t for n temporary combina1; Ai111.11 in h.m: hay vii tion of unfortunate ciiciimstnnces " Tike I.jxatne llimuo Quinine Tab inI All druggists relunit money if We would advise that a wave of tellectual prosperity is sweeping the it I tils to euie 25c Tlie genuine lias Q on each tablet. tf Men ate I. crnnd old commonwealth. advancing. We arc advancing tosvaid lite KhkU, kihk nt All niriii, tho fipheie ol i tellectual freedom In , is nottd lor its keen sight, clear and which men live und move in the lisht distinct vi.lon. So nte those persons In the Idee who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve ol independent thought ol the mighty jorward march of mind for weak eyes, stye?, sore eyes or any your boasted majotity has dwindled kind or granulated lids. Sold by nil dealers at 25 cents. For sale by 7. to a minus of twelve thousand. tf Men of Kentucky are learning to Wayne Griffin & Dro. ! 1 , I'rincil llcjoncl tilrlloll lo C'uti- he I nf Unite. In . Ulleilnx llit t'oill.lr)-- lllilly ! LaGiippe ii a contagious disease. In tptcific germ has been positively identified, nut! it is ttansmilted from person to peison either by direct contact nr by iuhaling the germs while 13 JUST AS COODFOR ADULTS. tbey float iu the air. It is a dangerWARRANTED. PRICE OOcts. 01I.iTU,IUJ.,NOT.16,ll. ous disease, lowetlug the vitality and ht. t.l. VaIaIka eollIiula. Un. - ot JentUmeni-wasting the resistive power so that GUOVUH TiBTELKta lut Tear, SM bottle- ti.te C1IIIJ. TONIC n4 iruee elreedr thle jeer, la ell puet moula, heart disease, nervous ttaeibl three It jenre, le the dml tuiineu.ur bete Benefice ot prostration and Ifsanlty find easy nut MM en ettlele thet gie uu& unlreriel m jgur Tonic loure trulr, ieinr.Cinn ACO victims. No specific is known thtt For le by J II, Williams will kill the Clip germ, but it may be driven out und liseflecti overcome by the pre nipt use of Dr Miles' Restorat lynts imtKt All ut lAiia. H tive Nervine IfJ net Cuiult Sjruv. TuuetlouJ. DealI In time. Htl& br dnisir lit. IVI system "I,u Grippe left my nervous so racked and shattered that I could We BH;.l-TM.'l.mJ;l- CHILL TONIC .TASTELESS ooursosof study. Strong Faculty of Ton Toachors. Diplomas aocoptod In tho boat Univoraitlos, EXPENSES. t 8;oo Twenty weeks (iu advance) 15 oo Summer Term, five weeks 5 00 Doard in private fain llien prr wevk , ?,aoo Club board at your own price Seveial clubs already Tuition per Term nl ten wecka t 3 t a Write for Catalogue. T. J. MORTON, JIlffiSBi Pus. O. M. SHULTZ.VIce Pin. - for sale by Farming implements of nil klndfi, Ilr nry Field & Son. Great White Sale. UEKBTllKY KWY. Tho flnt ol tho season and on We tiaat our many cuatomcn to come tale this morning. to town, regsrdleu ut weather, and leo what we do during the to.called "dull" mouths. ThN lithe time for WHITE letting aud making wh tlreMM and ibirt waists and getting the children ready tor spring and lammer. You will be surpriied to tee how n ucli money wc can save you, and how much greater 'lie rirlety than tboso you ice in other torn. NEW WASH GOODS. Oc inch New l'ticali .Cc Himpmn J I'ercsls 4o llMt Blilrllug rriuli Bett Drta l'linu 30 '. . .80 Htit Drett Ciinfjliatnt Co Good Dres Gingham 5c Beit Apron Check Gingham A beauti10 Pieoea Silver 8iar Madras in lateit pattern ful fahrio lor walili and dreetea, exquiiite coloring worth 15c, our price 12c Uc 10 PiecM Fine Zphyr Gingham, wort 12 Jc, now Sft 3.0 NEW WHITE GOODS. Co 5 1'iecea Bheer India Linen, worth 8J, go at 8Jc 6 Piece lingular 10c India Lineua 10c 10 Piece 15c Quality India Linens 5 Piecai20c Grade India Lineni juit the article for hem15c stitching 10 Piece Narrow Chick and Stiipe Dimtiei, alt right for 10c the children, worth 15o to 25c, our price k Don't wait until warm weather to make these goods. They are in our house and now, at prices that can never be duplicated again. sh uch a Cbtck Cottoni, Bleach and Brown STAPLES Cotton, Table Linen, Cboviota, Bed Tick, Outing, Flannel, Carpet Cbain, etc., we were never in better to ave you money. po-titi- uu Hwaw, 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 of Fashion, ft Alf?, & 0., Proprietors. Hartford Republican. Leave your horse at Field' stablt when in town. s WANTED Three good agents to canvas and solicit orders for enlarging portrait! at Schreeter's Floating Studio. Call on or address at once, II. O. Schroeter, Hartford, first-clas- ..lPW FRIDAY, FEHRUARY 3. ILLWHU Beaver Dam, Kv Time Table. a. m. a. m. p. m. p. in. a. m. Ky. 38 NORTH BOUND. 4:41 No. 204, Fast Mail No. 232, Accommodation.. 5:02 No. 222, Accommodation.. 12.41 0:52 No. 202, Fait Mail 'No. 204, Ltcal Freight. . . .8:10 Mr. J. W. Lytic, of Owensboro, is to be married to Miss Marguerite Howard, of Niagara, Henderson county, on February 15. Judge Lytle has many friends here who are glad to hear of his good fortune. l.-- s r - In behalf of the students and patrons ol school district No. 74, 1 heartily thank the members of the Preston 80UTI1 BOUND. Motton Post of Hartford for the use of 12 20 p. m. their flag at the closing exercises of No. 203, Fat Mail No. 231, Accommodation.. .8:37 p. m. our school. 1. Tracy Axton. No. 221, Accommodation. 12:25 p. m. Master Cleve Her is agent in Hart 10:30 a. m. No. 201, Fast Mail No. 203, Local Freight. . . .2:40 p. in. ford tor the well known Richmond Steam Laundry, which does work at popular prices. He solicits Omnibute leave Hartford every your patronage. Leave your laundry day at 9 and 11 a. m. and 4 p. n. at the saddlery shop of Likens & first-clas- Her. tf gf V , It is with pleasure that we place in Monday. our columns the advertisement of the Feb. 1st. Last Friday evening was 'bus meets all trains at Bryant & Strattou Business College V Field' Beaver Dam. of Louisville, Ky. We know this to another successful evening for the Attorney 8. P. Roby, of Fordsvllle, be a thorough and reliable Institution Seminary. By 7 o'clock a large of people had gathered at that is in town this week. and every young man or a lady who place to hear Miss Morgan's recital. desires a Businea, Short-hanor Tel One set of chairs, with cane seat, egraph course will do well to addjess The crowd came expecting to be highfor $2 00 at Carson & Co's disthe College for its elegant thirty-fourt- h ly entertained, and they were not appointed. Those who were capable For any and all kinds of plow call annual catalogue. of judging were unanimous in their oa Henry FleU & Son. HHmmiMHWwwMm,t.mJ decision that the program throughout , For Saik A thoroughbred Jersey s in every respect. Miss was bull calf. Apply at thl office. 27 Morgan's work both in physical cult " ture and elocution shows to our peoHenry Field & Son have n few ple that she is quite an artist in her more disc harrow for sale cheap. line of work. This department of Photographer Taylor will make elocution and physical culture is new There arc three great remepicture in Hartford every Monday. dies that every person with ti our people, but it is hoped that it weak lungs, or with consumpwill be given sufficient encouragement We will sell you a good cak Milt of tion itself, should understand. to justify the management ol the InCarson & Co. . Furniture for f 15 These remedies will cure stitution to make this department case in its first about every Mr. and Mrs. T, H. UUck returned psrmanent, stages ; and many of those from their bridal tour Tuesday night. The following boarding students more advanced. It is only hive entered school this week, Lesthe most advanced that are Davis, who ha?" been Mrs. Julia lie Lencb, Liberty; May Rogers, Vine Even these are hopeless. visiting relative at McHenry for the wonderfully relieved and life Grove; Maggie Smith, McHenry; Ed ? past tin days, returned home Monday, itself greatly prolonged. Cook, Beda; Ellis Mitchell, Sulphur What are these remedies ? Schroeter, the leading Green river Springs; II. Ewell Taylor, Beaver Fresh air, proper food and Photographer, is. now at Hartford. Dim; Carl M. Tuylor, Frcntis;J K. TCall and see hi work. His Photo Wheeler,Logausport; Ltzzle Galloway, Buttons are the fads of the day, also Nirrowa. Mr, Boston Johnson is very sick at his Photos are finer than ever. Oil with Hypo-;- : of Cod-Liv-tr con-courd Hon. John J. McHenry was in town Mr. J W. Ros., ol Kockpoit has Interest In b'Hilit Mr I H. t'.ic liven stable of J. II IMtoil & Co. The tit w firm will be btjled Liken & Ross, They are both buttling business men men and will doubtkss do Makes tho food more delicious and wholesome an extensive business. WOVU Mltwq W0f . CO fltw vo.f We sell one janl wide (tctory cotton at 4c, one yard bleach 5c, extra ture as In the past will keep Hartford good bleach 8c and the best at 10c, In the foregound as one of the most LITERARY AND SOCIAL EVENTS. also sell clothing and hats cheaper MISS ATM AUSVH, editor. social towns anywhere. anybody, also take corn, feathers than and eggs in exchange. Don't fall to Where can there be found n more Quite a pleasant evening was spent sec us when in need of anything in literary and social town than Hart-- f at the home of the Misses Thomas our line. Carson & Co. rd? Surely there Is none. She has Monday evening. Only a few were Mr, Boss Johnson, a young man always been known as a town having present. The reason of this paity who had recently moved Irom Butler many literary societies and clubs of gathering was to meet Mr John Good-locounty to Heaver Dam for the purpose various kinds, but never before could Alton, Va,, whohasbeen hereon of sending his sisters to West Ken- she boast of so many as at present. ashottvlsit, Wellke him very ranch tucky Seminary, wni taken sick with the two literary societies, and hope that he will again visit his known as the "Hypatlana oud brnln fever last Friday and died yesfriends in Western Kentucky, and we terday, In his death the mother and connected with the college, will tjy to show him still a better sisters lose a true and faithful son and she Is the proud possessor of four lit- time. The refreshments were much brother. Tim Riti'UBUCAN extends erary and social clubs, none, of which enjoyed as they always are at the to the bereaved family and friends its are ol little moment. A short note of Thomas. The boys furnished some sympathy In this their hourof trouble. each will be given that the public nice music on the violin, mandolin Mrs. Judith Bennett, widoiV of may know something of their work. and guitar. The party joined in singing several of the late popuCapt. Amos Bennttt, died at her home lar airs. When we noticed the time TUB WOMAN'S CLUB. in Owensboro, January 31. She was This organization known as The you can imagine our chagrin when the one of the oldest citizens ot Daviess county, being nearly 87 years old. Woman's Club, of Hartford, was or- hour hand was passed iS and the minute hand had fallen to 6 The of Mr Joe ganized in January, 1896, and has enShe was the mother Carson of this place Her remains wcie joyed three years of pleasure and patty at once took their leave bidding t taken to Pleasant Hill, McLean, coun- profit. Jt has a membership of eigh- each ot the young ladies ty Wednesday for interrment Mrs. teen representative women of Hart- expressing to them many thanks for making the evening such an enjoyaford, the majority of whom are houseBennett was a highly respected citiz en and her many friends will receive keepers, who eagerly look forward to ble one. the news of her death with sad hearts. each weekly meeting on Saturday afMrs. E. P. Thomas entertained the ternoon as the time of their literary Mrs Mary Wilson, wife of Mr. Levi and social feast. No other refresh- little folks in honor of her son, Master Wilson, died at her home near Pren ment is offered more than pleasant Charles Lynn's third birthday last tis, the 36th. A severe attack of social chat, and the best of literature. Saturday afternoon, hours 2 4. The which ran into pneutuunla.t)- This body is known as an ambitious, guests brought many nice little presgether with heart trouble ended her though considerate body, eager to do ents to their host, who received them useful career. Mrs. Wilson was a ' something lor the welfare of Hartford qdlte royally either by shaking their noble woman, a strict church member, and vicinity, though so far nothing hands or embracing them. They ena devoted wife, an affectionate mother practicable has , presented itself, joyed cbllds play until halt past three and a neighbor whom everybody though many things have been cons when they were invited into the darkloved. She leaves a husband and ten sidered: but the social and literary ened parlor where they found a pretty children, with whom a host of friends feature of this club is not surpassed little cedar tree ladened with dainty join in profoundest sympathy. She things to suit each one's fancy, and by any in the town. was the mother of our esteemed fellow Immediately Mrs. Santa Clause apcitizen, Mr, John B. Wilson. peared, making the scene complete. "The Nineteenth Century Club" is The little ones were made glad with On account ol the absence of Hon. W. T. Ellis, counsel for F. L. Smith a club of the older young ladies and candy, nuts, fruits and popcorn, also in the case of Commonwealth vs. the young married ladies of town. ices, cake and wine were served. Smith, removed from this county to They are both literary and social In Little Charley made a moit gallant the Breckinridge Circuit at Hardins-bur- g, their work. They meet on Saturday and attentive host to be so young, by agreement of counsel for afternoon every two weeks, and meet while the guests felt that Christmas defendant the case of Smith will not alphabetically. Refreshments is a time the delght of thiir live was pait ot thtlr social program, and the here again and asked numerous quesbe calltd for trial in Hardinsburg unyoung ladies entertain as they desire. tions about "Mrs. Santa." A flash til the 3rd, day of the May tenu of the Breckinridge Circuit Court, which This club keeps most of their work light photo was taken of the scene by commences on the 23d, Monday in and plans private and the public Schroeter. Those present were Little I Misses Mary Austin Carson, Mary May; and all parties and witnesses in knows but little of it as yet. Elizabeth Felix, Lnclle Piitte, Mar-ia- m the case have been excused from attending at the February, 1899, term Holbrook, Katie Pendleton, Re"The Eutre Nous" may be called of said coutt. "The Club" of the town. It is the becca Shullz, Mary Edith Boyce, Nancy Ellen Ford, Leila J. Glenn, Glenn Mrs. Amelia Williams, wife of Mr. only club composed of both young Wed-dinA. J. Williams, of near Rockport, ladies and young gentlemen. They Owen Fair. Masters Walter Thomas Neal, Estill Barnett, meet on Friday evening ever two died very suddenly last Friday. Her remains were interred in West Provi- weeks and meet alphabetically. At Shelby Stevens, Pryor Ringo. dence cemetery on Saturday amid a present they have about twenty mem Several of the young folks spent a host of sorrowing frleuds and relatives bers. The first hour or hour and a halt 13 devoted to a literary program pleasant evening with Miss Fannie who had assembled to pay a last tribute to a good christian woman. Fun- that was carelully prepated by a corns Black and Mr. Willie Baswell at their eral ceremonies were conducted by petent committee, Alter the program home. Rev. Utraui Brown. Sho had been a and all business of the club, the hos The Entre Nous Club meets with entertains as she withes. consistent member of the West Provi- tess Something new is presented each Miss Margaret Guentber this evening. dence Baptist church from early childImag IrrliBllsn hood. She leaves a husband and one meeting to vary the social program. playing a Is the foreiunnerof consumption. Dr. son to inour their loss. Tim Riipuii-lica- n Refreshments always prominent part. Miss Attye Austin Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure It, extends condolence to the beis President; Mr. James Sandrrfur, and give such strength to the lungs reaved ones cough or a cold will not settle Vice President; Miss Margaret Guen-the- r, that a there, 25c at all good druggists. tf Announcortiont. Secretary: Miss Edna Griffin, CUHK A I'ULI) IN O.IE DAY H. Patton has sold his interest in Assistant Secretaiy, and Miss Annie J the lively business to J W. Ross and Fogle, Critic. The club for this ev- Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund money if retires from the firm ol J. II . Patton ening has a debate between six mem- it fails to cure. 25c. The genuine &Co. tf bers, three yound ladles and three has L. B. Q. on each tablet. We desire to thank the public tor young men on "Woman's Rights." hTKAYBD. the liberal patronage given us in. the Wonder rvho will be the lucky winOn Friday night, Jan. 13th, from past and ask a continuance ot same to ners? This club with other local tal my tarm one small Jersey cow,yellow, the business which will be continued ent gave quite a nice entertainment with half crap In right ear. Any inat the same stand by Messrs. Likens not long since under the auspices of formation as to her whereabouts will & Ross. the "Women's Club" and they still be liberally rewarded, All persons indebted to us in any offer their services to help them in G. W. Martin, way, will please call upon Mr. J. H. the future in any way that they can. 28 Cromwell, Ky. Pattjn, who has the accounts, as we The club paper is another interesting All accounts due on subscription desire a speedy settlement of our bus- feature. Readings, Recitations, Esiness. Very respectfully yours, says, Debates, etc. Interspersed with were transferred by Mr. Anderson to J. H. Patton & Co. music usually constitute the program. the present managers who will grateWe prtdict for this club many great fully receive the same when tendered. Beaver Dam, Ky. things. f ROYAL Baking Powder joii'fe let gcap faw el What? Why the Closing Out Sale at J. E. Fogle & Co's. The old and tho new stock must bo moved at onco to prepare for Spring Wo will give you Special Ilarplns tor tho next 30 da)B. Your trado. monoy will buy more goods 111 certain lines than it would a month ago, because winter1 goods mutt be sold. Good Jeant, worth 15c, for 12Jc Belter Jeans, worth 25c, for.. 20c Best Jeans, worth 35c, for 25c Red Twilled Flannel, sorth 20c, for 10c Gray Twilled Flannel, worth 25c, for 20o Kepelant Cloth, worth 50c, for..,., 40c Canton Flannel, worth 12c, for 10c Canton Flannel, worth 7c, for Cc Dress Ginghams, worth 5c, for lc Apron Checked Ginghams, worth Cc, for 4t Flannelctls, worth 10c, for 7$c Outing Cloth, worth 10c, for Calicoes, worth 4c, for 31c Calicoes, worth 5c, for lc Ladies' Black IIoso, worth 10c, (or 5c . ...10c Ladies' Black Hoeo, worth 15c, for Ladies' All Wool Black Hose, worth 25c, for 20c 20c Ladies Gray All Wool Hose, worth 25c, for. : . Ladies' Ribbed Vests, worth 50c, for 35c Children's Ribbed Vests, worth 20c, for 15c Men's Undershirts, worth 50c, for 35c Men's Knit Drawers, worth 50c, for 35c Moo's Canton Flannel Drawers, worth 50c, for ,35c v . . . ,30c Men's Canton Flannel Drawers, worth 40c, for,. . Men's Canton Flannel Drawers, worth 25c, for. 20c Men's Negligee Shirts, worth 35c, for 25c Men's Negligee Shirts, worth 50c, for 40c Men's White Unlaundned Shirts, worth 50c, for 35c Ladies' Heavy Shoes, worth $1, tor 00c Ladies' Heavy Shoes, worth $1.25, for $1.00 GOo Children's Heavy Shoes, sizes 5 to 8, worth 75c, for Children's Heavy Shoe, sizes 9 to 12, worth $1, for 75c Children's Heavy Shoes, sizes 13 to 2, worth $1.25,for.. .$1.00 Good Overcoat, worth $2 00, for 1.50 Better Overcoat, worth 3 00, for 2.00 Best Overcoat, wotth 8.00, for 5.00 Men's Suits, worth 5.00, tor 3.50 5 00 Men's Suits, worth 7.00, for COc Boys' Suits, worth 75c, for Boys' Suits, worth 1.00, for 75c Boys' Suits, worth 2.00, for $1.50 Boys' Knee Pants, worth 50c, for. 25c COc Boys' Joans Pants, worth 75c, for 90o Men's Jeans Pants, worth $1.00, for Men's Jeans Pants, better grade, worth $1.25, for..... $1.00 Good Pair Overalls, worth 00c, for 45c V e, s 8c Adel-phlnn- ...'.... in-la- good-nigh- IN STAPLES WE WILL GIVE YOU Good Domestic, worth Cc, for 5c Good Plaid Cotton, worth 5c, for 4c Good Cheviots worth 8Jc, for 7c Good Cheviots, worth 10c, for 8c Good 10-- 4 Sheeting, worth 20c, for 18c You may need a suit or an overcoat, your boy wants a suit, your wife or You can use a hat, cap, daughter needs a dresa, jacket, cape, or underwear. boots or shoes. There are lots ot things you need. Come in and get them now. Remember, this sale won't last forever. Bring us your Eggs and Feathers. RESPECTFULLY, J. E. FOGLE & CO. I A Business gGfaaiioii Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would win success in life. This being conceded, it is of first importance to get your training at the school that stands in the very front rank. LODIHVILLE, KENTUCKY. ) 'Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist in V SHORTHAND, his line. Graduates of this college prelerred by busl- TELEGRAPHY, J ness houses. Write for a beautllul bjok giving tea-- , timonials from graduates occupying prominent positions ail over the 2S United States it will be mailed to 3 ou FREE BOOK-KEEPIN- (iie Bryant & Stratton Easiness College, V CLOSING OUT SALE! The entire Large Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Carpets, Gents Furnishings, Hats, Shoes, &c., &e., of u. Has been moved to where they will be sold at and belo .v cost to close out and settle up the business, the senior member ol the firm having recently died. z CO BACH RED FRONT, the Call and Get a Bargain For these goods must and will be "" Advice to first-clas- "The Hartford Girl Club" may be called the "Baby Club" both on account of the ages of its members and the recency of its appearance. It was organized only two weeks ago and now has a membership of the lucky eleven. Theagesjof the girls who compose this club range from eight to tbliteen years. The first part ot their meeting Is a literary program and alterward games and social chats. Like the other literary and social clubs, they meet alphabetically. Like the Women's Club they meet every Saturday afternoon. Miss Sal-l- ie Taylor is President, and Miss Hat-tiBarnett, Secretary, ot this "Baby Club." The other clubs whh for them much success in their literary work and feel that success will be theirs as they are such diligent worke FnU ha Sold Regardless of Prices Dyeing. a. BACH cc CO., Diamond Dyes Make Handsome Unfading Colors. A HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Few Dimes Will Save Many Dollars. We do not believe In parrying 00&5 Over For another season. We have threo reasons for not wishing to da so. First Wo need the room lor our spring stock. Second Goods do not improva with age. Third We can uie the money inverted in Consumptives ers. JL Socially Hertford ranks second to no town In Kentucky, and we feel safe in saying second to none in the universe. A more hospitable paople cannot be found. If you will notice the attentions paid visitors to our lit tie city you will readily agree. Also the town boys and girls are weekly Be afraid of phosphites. this writing. invited out to be enteitdued by one We will receive another shipment uraugnts out not 01 ircsu air. Prof. J.FinleyAustin has bren quite of Hartford's fair daughters And Apron Checked Gingof Calicoes and Eat nutritious food and drink sick with lagrippe for several days. were all the social notes published, as hams to day and 'aave decided to conmilk. Do not forget plenty of Mr. Ewell Taylor has charge of his we nope 10 uo in me iiuure, yon tinue the sale at jjfcuutll the 15th of that Scott's Emulsion is the room In school during hi sickness would icahze that Hartford Is by no February. oldest, the most thoroughly Carson & Co. Mrs. C II Stevens haj been quite means dull. There are seldom visi tested and the highest en Field St Son have secured an extra dorsed of all remedies for i sick for Beveral days with lagrippe, tors to our town, who after their leave and Is no better at this writing, stable and now have ample roum to do not write that they long for anoth-- 1 weak throats, weak lungs and A SOBSCRinRR accommodate all their cu(fmea. consumption in nil its stages. J er visit to Hartford, Let us endeavor uc.tnd Sioai lldmitlil'. The politest attention and the bcit of to keep it alive. One alone cannot, SCOTT& BOWNE, Chemlm, hw Yoik. Grip thitttri the nerves. Dr. MIUs' feed for your horses. Reiterative Nervine builds them up agtln. II hut the united effotts of all in the fu-- 1 JMtt V Scon's Emulsion ltUB In nearly every home there are fads ed and unfashionable dresses and them to a better advantage. Therefore we will coats that can be dyed with Diamond Dyes so they will look as good as new. Suits for the boys can be made from the father's partly worn clothes, and then colored with Diamond Dyes The following lines: Overcoats, Underwear, Flannels, Winter Boots to look like new, while dresses and and Shoes, Gloves and all other Winter Goods. This U no catch. Wt jackets can be made for the girls with little work or expeuse. Come, examine and ee foryouselm. mean huiineai. Many women dress their families la handsome, fashionable clothing at a comparatively small expense, thanks to Diamond Dyes. Diamond Dyes are put up specially for home use, and the directions on each package arc so plain that even Our W. O. Hickmau Nelson County Hour Mah Whisky ii abioluUly the inexpeilenced can get beautiful pure and is good for all occasions. 82 00 5 Year Old porgnllon and unfading colors by using these 2f0 0 Year Old per gallon from dyes. They color anything 3(H) 8 Year Old per gallon and waists to the feathers, , 400 10 Year Old per gallon heaviest coats and dresses. 5 00 14 Year Old per gallon 00 There are some fifty colors in the 19 Year Old per gallon list of Diamond Dyes, making all the Full lino Imported and Boxed it desired freo. No charge for jugs. fashionable shades, Be sute to use California Wines. Sole agent Dr. Bouvenlr Buchn Gin, a cure for all Kidonly the Diamond, as they are the troubles; price $1.00 a quart. only dyes that have stood the (est of ney R0SENBAUN BROS., years and that can be depended upon IW Write for catalogue or when in the City call to see ui. lor successful home dyeing, CLOSE 0DT AT COST S. LEVY & CO., Beda, Ky. rTmEs othisdbl-st- . rib-bjn- s, t'ei.'.IVW. Tlio Kind You lfnvo Always Bought, nnd which hns been in uso for over HO years, hns borne, the. signature of nnd hns been nindo under his pcr- &1"11'1 Hupcrvlslon. slnco Its Infancy. Allow no ono to dccclro you In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations mid Substitutes nrc but Experiments that trlllo with nnd endanger the health of Infants nnd Children Experience- against Experiment. Wyf, Cnatorln is n substitute) for Cnstor Oil, Parcsrorlc, Drops nnd Soothing Syrups. It is Harmless nnd lMensant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine, nor other Narcotic Biibstnucc. Its ago is its r;unrnutcc. It destroys Worms nnd nllnys lTcvcrishncss. It cures Dinrrluci. nnd "Wind Colic. It relieves Teething- Troubles, cures Constipation nnd Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach nnd Bowels, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. - What is CASTORIA i GENUINE Soars tho Signaturo of ALWAYS (&&ffl&&Ul The KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. ffi.HARPERSBmR.f8 iliorougVy up.todvr will . ly period cat tler-Mo IVm"!. be, during iOh ntlierttof ire, for A MIRROR OF FASHIONS r'li V . ri'Vc.j c( govm from l'ari, ub l.oib-,- . I'lrd cJcbwc . an. Ne-- Wt't vr-- "l bs Sill I It The London Letter Paiis Letter .v spxui cwp .'j ; fl ronzsT .: The New York Letter ci.i aper Pitterns A XX t'uifte li )j J ctpinj u ic ' P IE T. A SUMOHE Pints of faIiion dressed in gooA ut,.- w.'I c( 8 Oul.tn? le pi blih4 free errrv 'ei utile iii sj lmi tuy tutra, ai CCLORLJD FASHION PLATES mjIif.'iK a mi t , w.'l ast mm li t !ct.i ilu prop:i cJtt oi for drci, '; J FSCTiON iv: , Ths iie:cs:i Parm Kit Kennedy C:.: c I putt n v t 11m i t kiiuiial co!. furntVel lit arj cuefi Stf;Pattern r i:.taoLKi.rr A Confident : 1. a?-- ::.ir;n .uc:.sc ivos. w; tc'Jom a tVc r r.J 'i riii tT r::-- ;" -.:- '- xa 7f a .t . r! ii 'f-- tr lnt line a li.(.nt I True lull ciua";.? i r. ! I'llv if ttar.cn itaili'.J 7 I E. '.Vilk'nj . Ptt'- - !;; STcr; cssm.-urrc- s Ilvrr!:t P. Ths v' ?.'.. wcri'L .n7i:iza to pphji z.i I'tc'Ii: Tld:nr" X ! S. Dris'oij Spitfar 1 Ctuart -' Wotc.i y tftft 1sy Iiauwii ).t.ot' ..; i: , 'ct'rtir T .'- -- .'a I ' His Deaf ChiM AVI 1 Afte.-- C !'53e, .. .'.-;.- lltercMb . : ' nin cc'm. i c rrr: .' - r . n: !r,a . o'i j tra. nc.iltajlj' w.srcnt. : 12 What? tr t i . . . . p t udrrMi'lV .u. rem J I A 7 7 i1; , : - v- - ' 1 W V. t 8 'J " HENRY FIE ARK RUNNING A TRANSFER LINE To and from Beaver Dam. o -? -- - ir: - A nice New OMNIBUS will meet all pas- senger trains at Beaver Dam. NICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HORSES GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE RIDE. They also keep a first- class Livery and Feed stable. Leave your order at Field's Stable, corner Market and Union Strrets, Hartford. All orders promptly attended to, and all stock entrusted teir care will have especial attention. - FIEU? MII.IM1HJ.1 aKp 0K, f rop'rs. I j General cilices, Hattlord, Ky. For Cuidoville, Delawaie, Ashbysburg, Kumey, Calhoon, Livermore and Hpitf'itd, pnd nil intermediate points on Grten and Rough rivers, Steamer Scioto, lenves EvnnsviUe every Mon day nrd Thursday at 3 p in., ntrives at llait'cid every Tuesday nnd Pii day &t 3 p in., tt turning lenves Halts lord n, in,, Wednes- llnrllnnl ! I.tiuixiillr I'nrUrt C'. 1.I.VS I'lcrAM IMI.M l.niioilthecurr. Apitrintot!ieriu.!ri'i. Itlqu"kijrftborld. M cml. it DriKMil.t. t r by mull j mibiiV 10c. Ur mall. 1XV UHOTilEItS, M WamaHUiKewToikClir. a days 5 n m For rites ol freight ( r passage apply on bo.ud, or toj.is F. Carson, i;l '0"J TOi I agent, Il.ittfotd, K. LV &1I iH ft . 1! ft ' o o i M iv rni-1f '" - XAfi til VlT i- - tum hcri .! T C'limiK U. CO., M I'IiIIm. ImZ.'J AI Now is tbe time to subscribo for Tbe Ee-PUinjOAN. are parchased by the American ves-- 1 General Directory. sels at a dollar a barrel usually, nud about 100,000 are annually taken to the statu ornctAM. FRIDAY, FEHRUARY 3, Gpvcmor William 0. Ilrndler. United States, besides halt as many V. J. Worth Lieut. Governoimore which goto Canada In schooners The teal name of the wilter should belonging to that country North itietnu. accompany each communication, to SccrcturyofStntc Charles Finlcy. American Review, insure publication. Attorne) General W. S. Taylor. Remittances may be made by Post Auditor S.tmucl II Stone. W'nK F.j llailn Slron;, Office Money Order, Reentered Let Trcnuircr Gen. W. Long. dim vlilon nudeclcir, styes removed ter, Hn.iU Check or Dtnit Cnniniisii)iier ol Airicultiirc, Horand pranulHted lids or ore Correspondence intended tor pnblU any Und speedllv nnd c cjesof ticulture and Litcns Statistic Chtlon or on business connected with Sutlicrlnt d'sljigle Monro. cured by the office, to injure prompt nttcntlon, EyeSlvetheueol tip in tubs and It's put Sup trititcmlcnt Public lnstnictioti-Ge- o should be addressed to Tim Knruni.l- - sold on a M, Davi-ocuuantee hv nil iiod dtuir CAN. 7. Vyne Gtlffin & Register Land Oflico (Jhas. 0. Tnrj RnrniiLiCANis mailed regular gist, l'orsile by Dro. Rnyuiilil. ly to its subscribers until a definite Insur.incc Hurcau Oonimisinnor-- D otder to discontinue it is received nod Ky. W Coiningnro. nil nrrears are paid in lull Tint Kn Adjutant General 1) R Collier. runuCAN is $1 per year it paid in ad vance, but 11 not paid in advance will Stnto Librarian Mies Paul Deanc The Central Grove ecliool, taught be $1.25 per year in what is commonly known as the Hardin. itMi.nnin covMiBStiNr.ns. "Miller sclioolhous " ctmeto n close Jnn C. Wood, chairman; J. P. YOUTHFUL GRANDMOTHERS. January 30th, 1S99. with I. Tracy Ax- Dcmpy, H. 8, Irwin, Secretary ton as teacher. Samuel 'P. Ilrown. Tbe exercise were educational and cosaitrs-ios'AThis Is an Ago Whon tho Mat- calculated to instruct as well Senators Hon. w illinm C. Lind' please ron Chorlohos Hor Most of the program was ol say, Hon. W, J, Delwo. o Fourth District c patriotic nature, the desire being to Comollnoss. inspire in the hcHtts nl the student, Hon D. II Smith btati; ixoiSLATtrrtn. Women of the pietei.tda) nte much and their ftitnds n greater love lor Senator Hon. T. G. Turner. younger in appearance than their their country and n higher sense of Representative Ohio County Hon. grandmothers were at the same nge. duty as citizins, R C. Jamncin Tliedecorations were chiefly vt tlie There are several reasons fur this, OHIO COUNTY. national colors and evergreens The some of them to be attributed to fash-IoarscuiT coukt Hon. W. T. Otvon, Judgo Owens-borbut lar the greater number to the Hartf ird Post lent the school it large improvement in the Uws oi hygiene, flag with which the front of the room Hon. J. Edwin Rowo, Attorney Every fhg and piece of row so much better understood and wadriped bunting that coutd be used was put Uweneboro. practiced than ever before. T. II. Black, Jailor -- Hartford. Washing, In the beginning of the century it in iti appropriate place 8 A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford. was the fashion lor all women on ton's and Lafayette's pictures decor Rowan Uolbrook, Master Commis-8tonj ated the room and fie recitations Hartford. reaching forty to pnt a wig over their G. B Likens, Trustee. Jury Fund own hair. This hideous covering was bearing on these two heroes were well Hartfoid. bound to the head with a nai row .'trap received. H. T. Stevens Sheriff Hartford. "The Star Spnngled B inner " ' Co of black velvet, pinned with n small M Hockcr, T. II. Hen-to- n, and "Ameiica," were suug Deputies D. baooch over the parting of the hair, lunibii." aud R. li Martin. when device was fondly supposed by with vigor ; nnd as the strong young Court convenes first Monday in voices rang out praise to their counMarch nnd August nnd continucsthreo the wearer to conceal the fact that she wore a wig. The brooch was set with try asd their couuttj 's Gcd, a deeper weeks, anil third Monday in May nnd November two VtceltB. pearls that inclosed a bit ot glass, devotion to our nation was kindled. county courvr. Let the children ol our land be under which was a morsel of the hair Jas. P. Miller, Judge Hnrttord. brought up in an atmosphere of pit-riof some dead relative; and this grueM. S. Ragland.Clerk Hartford. Ism; let the stirs and stripes greet some memento was considered the M. L, Heavrin, Attorney-Hartfor- d. their eyes as o'ten ns possible they only proper ornament for a woman to Court convenes first Monday in wear who had reached the age of "cap cannot view the flag too frequently; each month. COUHT. QUARTEM-nnd wig." On top oi the wig a white teach them from their infancy up loy. Begins on tho second Monday in net cap was mounted and decorated alty to their country nnd God, nnd with "taste" ribbons and stiings that corruption will disappear from poli- each month. court or CLAIMS. tics. If we wish to continue a great fastened under the chin. Convenes first Monday in January, vainly imagined that nation, we must train the youth of and Tuesday after the second Monday The wearer she had defied the ravages ot time by America to a knowledge of their duty; in October. concealing the few gray hairs that her and "the school leads the van." OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. s N. Moxley, Surveyor. X. eye alone had discovered under a G. D. Royal, Assessor. mass of false hair. Very diessy t'onshril S3 Yrnr. Fon Rogers, School Supt. I suflered for 25 years with a cough, old ladies wore bright pink ribbons in L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur their caps, but this was considered and spent hundreds oi dollars with Springs. Indeed .none but very dar- doctors nnd for medicine to no avail frivolous. C. R. Campbell, Poorhouse ing soul3 ventured to defy the fashion until I used Dr. Bell's Keeper, Hartford. This remedy makes weak lungs JUSTICES' COURTS. nnd show their love of finery by don. strong. It has saved my life. J H. T. A EvASSCourt will beheld ning gay colors in this way. Roswell, Grantsburg, 111. For sale by at Fordswlle on March 1st, June 1st, Dentistry was not a fine art and a Z Wayne Grffin & Bro. tt September 1st and December 18th. profession before the middle of the 11 P. Graves Court will bo held How To Find Out. century as it is today. Teeth were at Buford on March 30, June 2l),Sep allowed to decay at an early nge for Fill a bottle or common glass with tO'iiber 28 and December 21. want of proper attention, ond when your water and let it stand twenty-fou- r S. J. WEf.tr.K-Co- urt will bo held filse teeth were put in the mouth they hours; a sediment or settling In- nt Sulphur Springs on March 28,Juno wers clumsy things that altered the dicates an unhealthy condit'on of the i'7, September 20 nnd December 23. II B. Taylor Court will bo held expression ot the face, and by so kidneys; if it stains your linen it is added to its beauty or the juve- evidence of kidney tronble; too ire nt Cromwell on March 4, Juno 10, means September 2 ami December J). nile appearance of the wearer. quent desire ti pass it or pain in the W. A Bine Court will he held at Almost every person in the first de- back is also convincing proof that Ccntcrtown on February 13, May 29, cade of the century suflered from an the kidneys and bladder are out of August 28 nnd November 1. CITY DIRECTORY. epidemic of smallpox that swept over order. W. II. Barnes, Judge. WHAT TO DO. the country a disease which was not J. S R. Wedding, Attorney. There is comfort in the knowledge at that time under control as it is TOWN TRUSTEES. In consequence the youthlul so often exprrssid, that Dr. Kilmer's S K Cox, Ch m'n. freshness of the complexion was de- Swamp-Roo- t, the great kidney remeI A. Thomas, Tieasurer. Jno. E Bean, Sec'y. dy lulfills every wish in curing rheustroyed very early in life, and some Geo Klein. times the leaturcs were distorted so as matism, pain in the back, kidneys, A. D White. before liver, bladder and every part of the to change a beauty into a crone Preston Moiton Post No 4 G. A. urinary passages she had reached the "thirties." It corrects inabili- R hold their regular meeting SaturFor these and other reasons it must ty to hold watsr and scalding pain in day before the first Sunday in each be conceded that our grandmothers passing it, or bad effects following month in Court Hall at 1 o'clock p W A. Carson Cora. women at use of liquor, wine or beer, and over- m. were much John C. Chamberlain, Adjt. the age of fifty than are their descend- comes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during ants New York World. la Ulonit nop. Clean the day, nnd to get up many times beauty blood means a clean akin. No without it. Caacareti, Candy CatharTlmt TtltoblHnB Ilrnilnehn your blood and keep it dean, l Would quickly leave you, if you during the night. The mild and the tic cleanup tirring the lazy hvei and driring all used Dr. King's New Life Pills. extraordinary effects of Swamp Root from the body. Begin today to is soon realized. It stands the high, lianuh pimples, lioils, Llotchea, blackhead., Thousands ot suflerers have proved and that tickly bihou complexion Ii taLing their matchless merits for Sick and eft for its wonderful cures of the most tViscareti, beauty for ten renta. All satisfaction KUirantccd, 10c, 23c, Me. distressing cases. If you need a medNervous Headaches They make pure up icine you should have the best. At blood and strong nerves and build for JTIIIy Cents. Guaranteed tobacio habit cure, makea vreak your health. Easy to take. Try druggists fifty cents or one dollar. men strong, blood pure. Mc, II. All druggists. You may have n sample bottle and them Only 25 cents. Money back if not cured. Sold by J. H. Williams, n hook that tells more about it, both sent absolutely free by mail, if you Druggist. send your address to Dr. Kilmer & I'luhcrn nl Mnaanclnmrlfa. Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. When The American fishing industry is writing be sure and mention tint you centered along the Massschusttts read this gererous offer in the Haht- SUFFERING. coast, Gloucester being the seaport I'ORl) Rl'.PUIIMCVN. 'Thousands of mainly dependent upon it. The fish- - j women are , t'ui:- -. i'ay. ing fleet consists of about 400 sail, of I troubled at That is the way all druggists sell monthly inter which 300 engage in the branches of1 Grovr's Tasteliss Chill Tonic lor vals with pains which require bait as an Malaria, Chills and Fever. Itissimp the industry in the head, back, breasts, esseatUl The year's operations be- ly imn and quinine in a tasteless shoulders, sides gin in January, when a fleet of So loim. Children love it. Adults pttkr hips and limbs. it to bitter, nauseating Tonics Price, or 100 vessels goes to Placentia But they need tl 50c. not suffer. nnd loads bay, in Newfoundland, These pains are symptoms of with Irczea herring, for use as an arDale, Ky. dangerous derangements that ticle of food in the New England can be corrected. The men strual function should operate states and ns bait in the halibut fishJan. 26 I will give j on a few items painlessly. ers on the George's banks, the scene from our qultt little village. of Kipling's novel. "Captiins CourBusiness generally good. ageous.' These herring nte tiken The Inte wheat is beginning to show in seines by the Newfoundland fisher itself. folk and exposed to the crisp, cold air makes menstruation painless, Tl e saw log niennreingoodrpliits. and regular. It puts the deli ot the winter days on cafIolda or Several raits hive gone 1 UvansvIKe cate menstrual organs in condiplatlorms of sticks, which all iw them and others being raited. tion to do their work properly. And that stops all tills pain. become thoroughly frrz:n. They Miss Disy Smith, who ha bten ti Why will any woman suffer visiting the family if Mr J e Fer, month after mouth when Wine of Canlui will relieve her? It son since Aujsu-- t. ha it tumid to costs f r.oo at the drug store. lii'ine near Wcudbuty, BulrrcfU H Why don't you get a bottle Mr Cauics fully liali tlw sickliest la the uorld. It Ivan Kenlruw Ins gon" to retains the illgestcil food too Ion;; in tlio bowels Heaver Dam, where he "vill a For advice, in cases requiring ami produces blliousncsu torpid liver, Indl- cpeclal directions, address, civ school, ing symptoms, "The I,ad(es' Mesus. W. P Coots and I.. W. Advisory Department," The Chattanooga Medicine. Co., Hunt ic visiting uhitives in Butler Chattanooga, Tenn. - Hartford Republican. ,c The Affairs of B are faithfully portrayed in the original and exclusive cable dispatcher, which Till-- CHICAGO RECORD prints daily from the leading-capitalof the old world. Thin magnificent special service in in process of being greatly extended so as to include every important city in Europe; and it is supplemented by the full regular cable service of The Associated Press. : s n. Central Grove, I I I Reprc-pntativ- The Chicago Record, alone of all American newspapers outside New York city, now prints original and exclusive cnbte dispatches daily from the leading capitals of Europe. ACTIV1? SOLICITOUS WANH.D for "The Story of the Philippines" hv Murat Ilalstead, commissioned by the Government as Official lllitoriau to the War Dtpatt-menThe book was wiitten in army camps at San Francisco, on the Pacific with General Meritt. in the hospitals at Honolulu in Hong Kong, in the American ttenches nt Manila, in the insurgent camps with Aguimihto, on the deck of the Olj pit with Dtw. ey, and in the tear ol battle nt the fall of Manila, Don.irzi tor agents. Itrimful of otiginal pictures taken by government photographers on the spot Large book. Low prices, nig profits. Freight paid. Credit given. Drop all trashy unofficial war books. n.uber, Outfit free. Addiess, I'-- T Sec'y., Star Insuiance Dldg , Chicago, 15161. t. o. ci ' lor Indigestion and blllousnes and ptetoly cured. Recommend Ibcm, to ctcry enc unco tried, you mil never bo without llicm In Kuvr A Maui, Albr.oy, N. Y. tho family. uaed your valuable C.V5CA und tiiem perfect. Couldn't do lima nltbout them I huto used Ibcm for omo com am row "Iliava III; I'M and I JT CANDY CATHARTIC TftDt U-- H MOWTtMO Pleant. !atsuW. IVitent, Taite Oond. Do Good. NtTrrMcken.Wra.ru. or Orlpr, lOc.tic.Juc. ... Fcrrtlsff IUtt4 CURE CONSTIPATION. r(Bra CltWftsr, lalrtl, X Trl, ... XI lift Tfl DflP boldauJ mnrantiTd bx alldrua' lids kk MOST Mml rOIT OPIUM n u unnt r.tr. All AUtM, U and VThfiker ItaolU cured at.home without tin. book of par- - iJrbfflco ii x. mot il m il UESr AND Wanted-- LAIll.OlTKTO hid-eau- IVIemphis, An tbt--r frotfct roar M-mi; brtnf yoo wstlia. imv viin nucusnuuivn kvu i iw b itn M71. Vfihitwn, O. (Vfor lklr iiAopriMoffisr aaa iu oi mo muiarva utidiwdi wuti Cand 100.23c. Idea S3 i NewOrleans AND ALL rOlNTS IN CdurateVaur linnets With Casearrts. Catharlle, cure consllpatlca forattr. !(C C.G fall, druj-Urefund montf. K Take theltEPUBLiCAN Arkansas, Mexico, Texas and California. Gas Lighted Vcstibuled Trains with Cafe Cars, Pullman Sleepers and Frco Reclining Chair Cars to Memphis and New Orleans. iflrBn w."1 Fm liui fret- KittHiMw III OHIO. ami y The Leading Specialists cf America 20 YEARS 250,000 Cured. VECURESTRICTURE Thouranli cf jour- - and nllJIe-ato- d inonaro troubled mthlMsillMaw minj tmrancrlomlr. llirr la-- y livvoaimart In. sensation, small. tnirtair stream, titri euttlnc itlntat 1imr, rlifhtdl'-rtiarce- , difficulty il e urncbr, weak cmrrlun.. r.n t all IU- - rnittemi . blltlU-Tl'ltPif nenou, tl. tjlliir tl cr to-di- y. Pullman Tourist Car leaves Louisville every Thursday night, and runs through to California via NewOrleans ond tho South Pacific Sunset Route. Double berth rate from Louisville to San Francisco only Sli.50; proportionately low rates to intermediate points. I Ml.NT abtornt lha stricturo tltiuei licncercmgTcsthsitricturoKmasentlr. 1 esn uo er return. No 1 aln, no tuHar-lui- r. e by our no dlentlon from inrtlioit 'iuaroxuattrran-nrottrenrth-rne- you, Ijy eitll-- r. itrctetdnc, or IrarioK reyon. ihl4rdli,AtrnrMvnti,asltnill turn. Our Nl'.W .Minilllll Till. At Unn'tKtduturieiierlcKnton lv l. Tho Truo older-lookin- Wintor Homo to California. No Blizzards, Pli Cold Weather Snow Blockades. s, For particulars writo to J. R. Hol-li- Tti ncrrei aro litis tho MLi of manbood rctumr. utcd, and j ilrug-gist- MONTHLY Traveling Passenger Agent fori. C. R. R , Louisville, Ky. Also ssk bini to send you a copy of the Southern Homo Seekers' Guide, which is replete with interesting information concerning tho Southern territory. It will be mailed to you free. On the first and third Tuesdays of each mouth Homo Seekers' tickets aro sold to Southern nud Southwestern points at Special Low Rates, good to return within twenty-on- o dajs from data of sale. Liberal stop over arrangements. I . Tbouranui l roitri rnd mI.MlMte.1 -esial visnr and vitality eontlniiallr railed Ijt this ills-e- i t. thrr "o f.cncntl lineonteions r f 1L1 ciuio fl I'l' r yuiiiloni- -. Uonrral Fall-luf- f lilfchir-C- f, Weaknc, I VIn?t1iool, Ijcrvotirners l'ur Mem-o- r . InUvlillitr. at time, Finartlnj Hsn ration, riunken dark circles. Weak tck, lleaaral lltnreiilan. lck ot AtnLltlon. Varicocele, Mirnnken men aro hating t'jctr :ti.lllt Uoctoti, pi they havo no exierltueo in tti atri-dottiriA .TMvlal alloir Ouscksto csperluunt on Ten. Consult lil.ra-ra- t I Jlmt an I 'iitnen. titrNf;r JMK1IIU1I 11tiiAr.Mi.M n 111 loil- llvslr euro you. Ono tluluUud dollars for ft eiro no accept for treatment and cinnotcure. Tertnuo.terafefraeure. , etc. (iu:i:r ,nt hritin um: mar to tlio eauv. Don't consult famllr rati-- CURES GUARANTEED AlfIs''illlTlspiu "t 111.11, CVIIIIIf tJ .tlll'T" , nuiiiiHfr t(ljr.ii It SIMM Ullh, UIMI.1V1.I, l"l VJlTtl. 3.i:S.ICflTn.VendllI,VliIKllllle: IIIIKSTION Wo treat rnd eurei - i:tIPSIONS. niNtiUliTATIIIN lllUi:. llOOhli rut in can. .ria if llLANlv for . UOMU 11 ,iii;,viju..ir. Z9IS(9. 1 A. H. HANSOM, G. P. A., ClIICA(l'), Ilmvom. W. A. Rollout!, A. G. P. A., Louisville, Ky. (EWWEDYS.KEBGAN I 122 W. FOURTH STREET, C1NCIHHATI, O. Our pure ITJ3FJL33 Sunny tfinefflni ' 5 Year Old pergallon ,...$2(1" 0 Year Old per gallon 2.f0 .' 8 Year O'd per gallon 3 00 10 Year Old per gallon , 400 14 Year Old per ga) lot 5 00 19 Year Old per gallon GOO No chargo for jupjs. Boxed il desired free. Full line Impo'rtsd and California Wines. Sole agent Dr. Bouvenir Bucbn Gin, a curq forall Kidney troubles; price $1,00 a quart. V. C Hickman Nelson aud is good for all occasions. County Sour Masi Whisky tcr3E3lJSIaLTar. is a.biolully ,,.. ..,.. 1 nOESBAUN BRiT? tfirWritn for catalogue or ioi.rb.isii..5i.ori lll, I.Mlalll, lel when in tho City call to e us. R eXv tV, 11 Constipation hr XS c$WSL K tkvOOn 1 I SENDUSD-srAfQAND v'c WILL If 4J $1 a year in advance. ltrMti with von whether y.i rnniinm tb lvOt iuiiu uuii( iw 11 u tiuiir mr iou4vr0 wiiii A'a ifu-- m fuiytriuutuKiirii. ripen imp, (iurib-- 'ii'i I'M 1 geitlon, bad taste, co.-ittongue, sick tiead.ulie, Insomnia, etc. Hood a l'llli cure constipation and all Its reiuUs,easllyand thoroughly V.V. All druggist. 1'repared by C. I. Hood & Co., tawetl, Mass, Tut only l'lljj to take ntth Hood's SarsaparlUa. Hoods Pills SEIHSD YOU W COON HOI LOW WHISKEY Absolutely pure. Quality guaranteed. (iNCOirUKATKO) county. Hunt who neenmmried her mint, Mis. 1,'inme l.ee, t her Miss, I,? e home, near I.eitclifield in November, h exprcted home soon. I Mrs. ROZENA UWIS, ol Oanatllts, Ttiss, "loss troubUd st monthli Intsnals lth lertlbls pains In mj hud snd pick, but bun sntlrel) rsllstsd til Wins ot Caidul." a. urn hit Whiskey simon SECOND AND MAIN 8TBECTS, ii A ff f llW iviav T? Secaniy packed in plain box. n. jones co. LOUISVILLE, KY r V SUNl'LOWFH. piurri lilkM'. in bi ' i nr " avr jm UI'MiwK.ioM 400.000 KK..I'aJH 0'10IIA4 ll LURciifHruro I frllum .rtrti trifl. TV I RA m a I tllm n-j- -7 id biaug, insiuuvu idiei 1st. 1,(1 r.ri r boi (Utis.ilrureit 3lvir.:w, Qrsnteii9ct(rflor 111. lisusalBta-nlta- 11. l' m BB lllvoli laf DktlsI.tlv. Tavk. Itav Hi Una c is)icitBtiut4i(liH rttrutiiiuionrr rtt I If your Merchant doesn't bundle, send S1.00 to us and set one bottle, or 16.00 ana net elz bottles, OBARQBa PREPAID to any part D 8. or Canada. Sob) Proprietors, Perftet Hair Dressing and Restorer, To ward off la Grippe tale a dose of Dr. JIilc Hcaloralivt Nervine on troinc to bed. UK VLEET-MANSFIE- DRUG CO, MEMPHIS, TENN. . tf-- .4i