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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 hao1899021701 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. t ' The Haeteoe8 Republican. Fine Job Work a Specialty. official nm or the party iw the mm son.r...iom Dimici, Subscription $1 a year. VOL. XI. General Dlroctory. IIAliTFOllD, KY., FIUDA, FEBltUARY HE IS i, 17, 1899. 1 No. 30. A "ICANTQUIT," Tobacco ultra iiy. AM miybt you uy toygurtell. There ara millions Ilk you, with what ph jttclsns cilia "TOBACCO NERVE" Ihal It, your nerv-civtltm It compleltly under tllmultnt, and when you uy,"l CANT QUIT," you tall Ihelrulh. The nttural way It lo Irttl thi dlteaud ntrvout tyttom by uitng CRIMINAL STATU Governor William 0. Utadlcy. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-itiptni- OFPICIAtS. So Says Gen. John Eaton and Can't Hold Office. Amnosty Proclamation Didn't Apply to Him Bocauoo Sccretaryof8tnle Charles Finley. Attorney Gcncrnl W. 8. Taj lor. Auditor Samuel II. 8tono. Treasurer Geo. W. Long. Com mifsinner of Agriculture, Hormid ticulture Statistics Lucas M. HoNovorOboyod. BAC TO NO MAKES IT EA0Y9 tobaeco-lrritate- Wfim d acts dlraolly on lha narva ctnlrts, dettroylng thi nervi craving tfftctt, builds up and Improm ineenllra ntrvout tvtltm. MtkotWEAK MEN STRONQ. Many report a gain 4 len poundt In ten dirt. You run no physical or financial risk Old under your own DRUGGIST'S GUARANTEE. is authorised to sell under absolute guarantee to cure ovary form of tobacco using Our written guarantoo, frco sample of NoTo-IU- c and booklet called. "Don t Tobacco Bptt nod Smoke Your Life 7lJ maiiarorinasKinr AairrnTUB HTEKUNO RKMRDITOO . Shieuro, Montr!, Oan . New York. 01 Enrydrugglst CASCARCT8 SS&jSSP&fSZ UE.1TIIOHT. Will practice hit prolefsi m iti nil the cnurlt of Ohio anil adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special at teution given to collections. Offices next door to Pont Office. J r.DWIN ROW tt. V DE. OFLO'toy, ATTORNEY- - AT - LA (URIinVILLI 3. V, J. VF.UX Rowe & Felix, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice In the Courts of Ohio county and Coutt of Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business en trusted to our care. Office in Herald building. SHELBY TAYLOR, Attorney at C&w. HARTFORD, KY Will practice his piofession in all the couitsot Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention Riven to all assignments in bank- ruptcy. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Special attenand Couit of Appeals tion given to collections. attorney atKY.Law HARTFORD, ATrORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, (notary rontic) M. L. HEAVRIN, J. S. R. Wedding, ties and the Coutt of Appeals. Prompt attention given to all business entrust-t- o hia cite. Office iu RirunucAN building. HARTFORD,. KENTUCKY. Will practice his profession in all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining coun- Attorney at Law Bkaver Dam, Kt. Davidson, K.Y., Perry Westerfield, Attorney at Law, IIlltTFORI), J. E. Will practica hit profession in Ohio ami adjoiuing counties. Special given to all business entrusted to hit care. Office with County Attorney. Attorney CLtLw, HARTFORD, KY. DES. 3E- - JSn5LAJLT Will practice hit profession in all the Courlt oi Kentucky. Special attention given to collections, settlement ot decedent's estates, road cases Office up and criminal practice. itaira next door toOrifiin'sdrug Btore. Attorney at ltxvv HARTFORD, KY. attention given to col' SPECIAL making abstracts, Ac. alto Notary Public for Ohio County, Office North aide of public square. JNO. B. WILSON, Attorney at aw IIARTFORD, R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, KY. Will practice bit profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining comities Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith & Op., Market Street. Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in all the courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties. Alto Notary Public. Office, in Commercial Hotel. R. R. WEDDING Mooro. Biitinriutcnilent Public Iustruction-Goo.Ex United States Commissioner Davison. John Uhton has the following able Register Land Office Chas. 0. criticism of Mormon Kobetts iu the Reynold. Insurance Bureau Commissioner-- D. New Journal: "Roberts was convicted of viol t'rg W. Comingoro. Adjutant General D. R. Collier, the Edmunds law, and was punUlieil. granted by President Slate Librarian Mits Paul Deane The pardon Hardiu. Harrison were conditional upo the giving upol polygamy ItAILItOlll COVMISSInNKKS. Jno C. Wood, chairman; J. F. "Robots has never given up Dempaey, H. S. Irwin. Secretary utuy, nnd therefore he is not titttted Samuel F, Brown. to that niunetty or pirdon. All who .. Senators Hon. William C. Liml-si- weie poljgdinists and did not receive the benefit ol th.it pirdon vwtc mt Hon. W. J. Deboe. entitled to vote were not citizens. Representative Fourth District Hon. D. H. Smith. Mi. Cleveland caielully madetbe siunc STATK discrimination agatnt those who had 8enntor lion. T. G. Turner. not given up poljgamy. Roberts, Representative Ohio County Hon. therefore, as au unpardoned criminal, C. Jarnacin. R. is not entitled to vole or hold office OHIO COUNTY. under the constitution of Utah, and is, CIRCUIT COURT. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens therefore, ol course, disqualified for boro. admission as a member of the House Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney of Representatives. Oweusboro. st facto law "There can be no -- HartfoW T. II. Black, Jailer or retroactive legislation under the S A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford, Rowan Holbrook, Master Commit-sion- constitution of the United States This constitution adopted by the State Hartford. G. B Likens, TrustcoJury Fund of Utah prohibits polygamy iu the strongest terras, but each Legislature Hartford. 8. T. Stevens, Sheriff Hartford. has rcfuscJ to enact any State law in Deputies D. M. Hocker, T. 11. Ben accordance with thisprovision punish ton, and u. H.Martin. ing polygamy. But the new const! Court convenes first Monday in March and A ugutt and continues three tutiou provides that 'all the laws ol weeks, and third Monday in May and the Tenltory of Utah now in force, not repugnant to this constitution, shall November two weeks. COUNTY remain in force.' And the act punishCOURT. Jas. P. Miller, Judge Hartford. ing polygamy is specially declared to M. S. Kagland.Clerk Hartford. be in force. One decision of a United M. L, Hcavrin, Attorney-Hartfor- d. States court has been made in accordCourt convenes first Monday in ance with this view. This, of course, each month. forbids the cohabitation of a man with QUARTERLY COURT. Begins on the eecontl Monday in more than one wife. The attitude of each month, every member ot Congress, from COURT OF CLAIlia. States other than Utah, will personalConvenes first Monday in January, ly be against polygamy. But Mors and Tuesday after the second Monday mons touch the political nerve widely in October. both by the influence of money and by OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. votes. Roberts will seek admission N. Moxley, Surveyor. in accordance with the usual forms ot G. D. Royal, Assessor. Fon Rogers, School Supt, law. He will have a large majority L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur behind him and a Governor's certificate Springt. of election. On these points there can C. R. Carapboll, Poorhouse be no question. Keeper, Hartford. "What Congress will do depends JU8TICE81 COURTS. T. A. Evans Court will be held upon how far the members of the at Fordsville on March 1st, June 1st, House will respond to the ten comSeptember let and December 18th. mandments and the sentiments of the B. F. Graves Court will be held people. at Butord on MarcbJiO, June 29, Sep"The House of Representatives is tember 28 and December 21. the absolute and sole judge of the S. J. Weller Court will be hold at Sulphur Springs on March 28, June election, returns and qualifications of 27, September 26 and December 23. its members, and may expel a memvote. No compliH. B. Taylor Court will bo held ber by a at Cromwell on March 4, June 10, ance with the forms of law and no September 2 and December 0. large majority of auy people should W. A. Rone Court will bo held at justify a criminal in sitting in the Ccntcrtnwn on February 13, May 29, House of Representatives ; and what August 28 aud November 1. the House will do about a polygamist CITY DIRECTORY. depends entirely its own judgment W. II. Barnes, Judge. It should be remembered that Roberts J. S. R. Wedding, Attorney. TOWN TRUSTRKS. was elected over two opponents, both S. K. Cox, Ch'm'n. Mormons, but neither of them a po A. Thomas, Treasurer. I. lygamist.thus Indicating that his pro jno. E. Bean, Sec'y. moters preferred n polygamist. This Geo. Klein. A. D. White. indicates the strength of thesentiment Preston Morton Post No. 4. G. A. among polygamlsts. Under Statehood R. hold their regular meeting Saturday before the first Sunday in each the people oi Utah have control of month in Court Hall at 1 o'clock p. their own marriage and divorce laws, W. A. Carson, Cora. m. and may repeal the provision in their John C. Chambbblain, Adjt. State constitution prohibiting polygaSPLICITORS WANTED my. But this would be repudiation ACTIVE for "The Story of the of the most sacred pledges they made Philippines" bv Murat Halstead, to secure Statehood. This large ma commissioned by the Government as in favor of Roberts will natural- Official Historian to the War Depart- jority ment. The book was written in army ly be construed as Indicating a dispo- camps nt San Francisco, on the Paci fie with General Meritt, in the hospitals at Honolulu, in Hong Kong, in the American trenches at Manila, in the insurgent camps with Aguinaldo, on the deck of the 01) pia with Dew. ey, and in the roar of battle at the fall of Manila. Bonanzi for ngents Brimful of otlglnal pictures taken by government photographers on the Thote who disregard spot Large book Low prices Big rly indication of disease. profits. Freight paid, Ciedit given The progress 01 Drop all trnshy unofficial war hooVs catarrh Is frequentOutfit free Addtess, F T. Barbtr, Jliiiiiiiiiiiff!! ly gradual. Chronlo Sec'y,, SUr Insumnce Uldg , Chica catarrh secures go. .jx. hw&Qw A po&scsslonwlth IS "6t. aJTii, nut tlio ltnowl- rsxzA&L i uugu ui 1.. tiw- 11a Dressing for a Sunday Dinner tlm. It has become so common to " Kvery- say, xlg CONOREI-IOXAt- y, LLdlSr-ATUU- ex-po- two-thir- h tffi a EASYGOING PEOPLE JZAS0Asms. vmsm w fzSSE&ff linHv linn n. 11111a Hartfoiiu, Ky. 1 Will practice bit profession in all the IllmTCillIPKoiESisJ'' luymeilr iho; conrtt of Ohio and adjoining countiet d Cartful attention will be given to a Is a pleasure when your linen is Col- to the light stage of it fin ess. butiutta entrutted to hit care. ltctiont a tpeoialty. Office over Ohia . Shirts, Coilats and CufTi returned from Coaaty Bank. Alto Notary Publia. our laurdry have the pristine beauty olanewshltt Leave your laundry at Likens & Iter's Saddlery Shop. A. Q. SAYtOfl,, RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY I'l.lWK 1 1. I'll, Asreiit, Hertford. HAirrroRD, Ky. An DHoa Wlo un Ulna bipedal attention given to all buiineM Unntari fill IUUU or hw .imp. thlof laDAl.nt IIUIIIUU you roue Uhii th.T entrusted to hit care. Office in Co art ProtMl 16I1H WKDOKUBURNm.y Vriac F.Uatw.Ua. Attor-CO Writ WubUf too, D. a.or lb.tr tl W wU trw Houm. two kuaaraa bTMtlesa n aafai. t laun-drie- Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. r7W'iinvalli?litattonUon tMfflrAjJxm$8& xv i lolt. let no ciass ot disease Is bo dim-Vcult to shake off. Many people well advanced in years Dnd themselves In tlio tolls of catarrh. Mr. and Mrs. folium, ot Glddlng-s-, Tex., found help la Mr. Collum's letter follows: a Medicine Co., Coiumtus,0. flMW :.... vffi3Hn catarrh" thatmany ?H Jl)vVasy going people Dear Bins: "I think your the best medlclno I ever tried for catarrh. I have tried all the catarrh medicines that I could hear of and none of them did any good until I tried yours. I and my wife have both used the and we are about and a Is Pe-ru-- Man-a-U- Attorney at Iav? am 70 years old nnd my wife U 60. When we commenced to take ) our medicines we were not able to ace lifter our work, but now alio can tend to her work and I see after my farm. You can use this publicly It you want to." A. P. Collum, aiddlsgt, Tex. well. 1 Iu nil water sports, and if pai enough rltion on the ptrt c f 'his supporters MR.GOEBEL will dive eft a vessel's deck, pais nnd the Motiuou leaders to practice clean under the hull and reappear en their religion at theyiall pnctlcing poljgamy ulthort rejjird to the State Will be Electod Governor the opposite side grinning and ready for more. consti'utlon, nnd thcJnur.i'esto rf at all Hazards. They will only go alter silver or their leaden against plural tuarilages, gold, bt cause they tnn't see copper and nil the most bole sin assurances very well in the waUr nnd also begiven the American people against Maohino In Working Ordor Nomlnoos Will Not bo Ro- - cause, hting almost naked, they have j polygamy. no pockets or other piece in which to "It is a notable lacWthat the Govqulred to put up Money. ernor ol Utah, who lsja Mormon, but jut their earnings nnd are ncruntom. ed to carry them in their miutls, not a polygamist, pleaded with the Fratikfort. Ky , feb 11 While Ihe people not to elect Roberts. There is the political outlook f jr the stoned away in their cheeks no doubt a considerable body of Mor- IVmccrattc party in the State a prom- amount which they find room fur in mons who would be true to the pledges inent Gocbtlite stated to a citizen f thejse novel purses is tenurknb'e of the leadrrs nnd the assurances giv Louisville here one Hay this week that jrn Ihc Ameilcin people. There can the nominees of the Democratic State Br. tit yj im wna Ton ym unit be no qietion should the fentiment coiiVention would nrt be required to BlgBttara tf against polygamy take'sucltn hold on put up money to help carrj the State, the public mind, thatuhe House of as they lud the machine, and would MllllohD Given Away. rteprerer.titiees will exetcUe its au- be able to carry the State regaidless thority in kerptnp Robtttsout. of how the voles are cast. It is certainly gratifjiug to the pub-li- 'j "The present Congress should aid He said: "The Republicans will to know ci one concern in theUnd to thnt end by going to the extent of have to put up with it or get out of who are not afraid to be generous to itt constitutional lights in legislating the State The machine is constiuct-e- the needy and stiff-rinTht proprieagainst poljgamy fis a crime, to carry elections, and thnt is extors of Dr. Kiurf's New Discovery for "I'he whole situation would he actly whut they Intend doing. Consumption. Coiighsnud Colds, have greatly simplified il nn amendment to The Court of Appeals hn declared given awty ver ten million trial bot the liilional constitution could he the law to be constitutional, and the tlr.s ol this great medicine; aud have adopted prohibiting polygamy. The deciMon has put them out ( f the busisatisfaction ol knowing it has abso press, lite pulpit, the fjrum, every ness." lutely cured tiousandsof hopeless expression of opinion, vrry voice can Such expressions are frequently , discs A'thma Bronchitis, Hoarseness be so lilted up against this evil, which heaid from the close allies ol the Kenand all dlseises of the throat, Chest destroys the sacred ce-- of the home, ton county Senator. ; and Lungs are surely cured I y it. Call degrade man aud brutalizes woman, They not only intend to override on 1. II Villiam3, Druggist and get that no polygamist will dare to offer the will of the majority iu the next a free trial bottle. Regular sie 50c himself iu n national office. State election, but they boast of their - nnd $1. Every bottle guaranteed, or Eaton." Goebel, with the price refunded. John ability to nominate aid of their county machines,notwith-standinCo nulled 30 Yritr. the fact that the masses of WANTED SEVERAL I suflered for 25 years with a ccugh, persons in this state to and hundreds ot dollars with the Democratic party are opposed to manage our business in their own aud doctors and for medicine to no avail him. ' nearby counties. It is mainly office until I used Dr. Bell's Pine They realize the fact that Goebel's work conducted at home. Salary This remedy makes wenk lungs strong. It has saved my life. J B. chnnces for the nomination have straight $900 a year and expenses Kosuell, Urantsburg, III. For sale by greatly diminished in the last lew definite, nonafide, nor more, no less salary. Monthly $75. References. 7. Wayne Gilffin & Bro. ti weeks, and are becoming desperate. Enclose stamped enveThey are determined to secure his lope. Herbert E Hess, Pies., Dept., PRENTIS, KY. M, Chicago. nomination at whatever cost. The opposition to Goebel is becom The following are the grades made OeVtSVOXlXA. Bci'fllt by the pupils of colored district No. ing stronger every day, and the .ead-in- g Dsars tit IM Ml T Hilt Ahtirt Democrats here who are opposing II, at the close of the term, Jan. 31: Grade V, Claudie Shultz, 94 ; Aril- - him are absolutely confident tnat he la Tichenor, 83; Dennis Tichenor, 86. will be defeated for the nomination. Rod Hot From The Gun Grade IV, Pauline Shultz, 83; Frank Bravo Men Fall Tichenor, 64 Was the ball that hit G. B. Steadnian, Grade III, Mamie Tichenor, 88, and Victims to stomach, liver and kidney of Newark, Mich., in the Civil War. Harvey Tichenor, 86. troubles as well as women, and all It caused horrible Ulcers that no treat Grade I, Rassie Shultz. 87. feel the results in lo3S of appetite pois- meat helped for 20 years. Then Buck-ten- 's Miss Georgia Waikrr, ons in the blood, backache, nervousAmerica Salve cured him Cuts, Teacher. ness, headache and tried, listless runBruises, Burns, Boils, Felons, Corns, down feeling. But there's no need to Skin Etuptions. Best Pile cure on feel like that. Listen J. W. Gardner earth, 25 cts. a box. Cure guarantee. I luaville, Ind. He says: "Electric Bit- Sold by J. H. Williams, Druggist. For Infants and Children. ters are just the thing for a man when What Shall We Do. he is all run down, and don't care Tfia Kind You Have Always Bought whether he livss or dies. It bid more A serious and dangerous disease Bears the to give me new strength and good prevails in this country, dangerous Signature o appetite than anything I could take. because so deceptive. It comes on so I can now eat nuythlng and have a slowley yet surely that it is oiten Bogears NotHonost. new lease on life. Only 50 cents, at J. firmly seated before we ore aware of Addressing the Associated Chari. H. Williams, Drugstore. Every bottle it. The name of this disease which ties at Taunton, Mass., the other day, guaranteed. m may be divided into three distinct Dean Hodges made the somewhat The Toledo Weekly Blade. stages is. First, Kidney trouble, insurprising statement that "the hon dicated by pain in the 'back, rbeuma est beggar does not exist." Mendi Every intelligent family needs in cants, he said, are all dishonest, and addition to their local paper, a good tlsm, lumbago, fiequent desire to uritheir stories are all stock lies. "I national weekly. The greatest and nate, often with burning sensation, have never yet investigated a case of most widely known general family the flow of urine being copious orscant this kind," the reverend speaker con- newspaper is the Toledo Weekly with strong odor. If allowed to advance, this reaches tinued, "without finding a lia at the Blede. For thiity years it has been a bottom of it, and have never yet regular visitor in every part of the the Second stage, or Bladder trouble, found a satisfactory theory for the Union and is well known in almost with heavey pain in the abdomen low down between the navel and the watman who begs." Then he used a every one ol the 70,000 postoffice In enlightening illustration: the country. It it edited with refer- er passage, increasing desire to uri rather ' There are many diseases In which a ence to a national circulation. It is a nate, with scalding sensation in passpatient grows very hungry, atd it Republican paper, but people of all ing, small quantities being passed seems as it you canrot refuse him politics take it, because of its honesty with difficulty, sometimes necessary food, but should you give him any and fairness in the discussion ot all to draw it with Instruments. II uric thing to eat it would hasten his end. public questions. It is the favorite acid or gravel has formed, it will The beggar is in the stage of moral family paper, with something fur ev- prove dangerous if neglected, Tbe Third stage is Bright's Disease. disease corresponding to this, and if ery member of the household. Serial There Is comfort In knowing that yon want to kill him feed him. You stories, poetry, wit and humor; the reme rabsr in the parable ot the Prodi- Household department, (best in the Dr. Kilmer, tbe great kidney and gal Sou that he went back to his world). Young Folks, Sunday School bladder specialist, has discovered a father 'when no man gave unto him.' Lessons, Talmage's Sermons, the Remedy famous for its marvelous If any one had fed him he would not Farmstead, the Question Bureau(which cures of the most distressing cases and known as Dr. Kilmer's Swamp. have gone back." It is Impossible to answers questions for subscribers), Root. accept as literally true the assertion the News ol the Week in complete It is sold by all druggists. that absolutely every man who asks form, and many other special As a proof of the wonderful virtues alms is a liar and a lraud, for exigencopies gladly Specimen features of this great discovery, Swamp Root, arise, and not very cies undoubtedly sent on application, and if you will a sample bottle and book of valuable temporary assistance in send rarely, when n list ot addresses, we will us the shape oi pennies or dimes can be mail a copy to each. Only I a year. Information wltl be sent absolutely f free by mall on application to Dr. demanded and received withand is If jou wish to raise a club, write for Kilmer & Co., Bingharaton. N Y. But that out loss ot Address Tun Blade, trrms. When writing kindly mention that these are rare exceptions is beyond Toledo, Ohio. you read this liberal offer in the question, and as a tule it is safe llemily la lllood Deep. Hartford enough to assume, even when the Clean blood means a tleati skin. No beggar's hunger is obviously real, beauty without it. Cascarcts, Candy Catharand keen it clean, bj yTtii Kind You Haw Alwirt Boujrt that compliance with his demands tic ilean your bloodlivet and driving all im- B.tritl. up the lazy will simply confuni his habits of liv- atirrinu from the body. Begin today to purities boiU, blotilics, Llscklieads, ing without hone.t work and so banish pimples, bilious complexion b taking and that sickly deepen his degradation. Whether or Cnicarcts, beauty for ten cents. All drugArt- - Jliule HI route. Wcnu !" not this fact justifies a curt refusal of gists, salUfaction guaranteed, 10c,2c,6Vc. dim vision made clear, stjes removed every plea for aid is a question for ins Amusement for Fassongers and granulated lids or sore ejesof any kind speedily and etT.ctually dividual decision. It certainly ena on Rod Soa. cuted by the use ol Sutherland's Eigle to bles cot a little Eye Salve. It's put up in tubes, and masqueiade as wisdom, but most folks One of the chief amutements.of pas- sold on a guarantee by all good drugwould tather make a few mistakes sengers on tteamers pissing through gist. For sale by 7. Wayne Griffin & tt than to confess inability to discrimi- the Red sea on their way to India, Bro. ip m T Cor Coasllpalloa for.v.r. between true and false tales ot China or Australia is throwing coins nate Talis Oscar. U Candy Cathartic loo or tto. woe. New Y rk Times, from the deck ol the vessel Into the If O. C. C. fall lo curs, drunlsu refund money. water for little Arab boys to dive for. for Fifty Cuts. llarllortl A CtHuaville racket Co. makes weak Guaranteed tobacco habit Whenever a ship drops anchor at men strong, blood pure, too,cure,All offices, Hartford, Ky. For General II. drutt isw. Curdsville, Delaware, Ashbysburg, Aden or Suez it is immediately surEilarata Your Howsls Willi Casearrls. Rumsev. Calhoou, Livermore and rounded by boats, rach containing Candy mtharllc, cure constlpatlca forever. Hartford, and all iutetmcdlate points two or three of these urchins. They toc.Mo, HC.0.0 fall, druttlsts refund money. on Green and Rough livers, Steamer at once begin to beseech the passenDoa't Tbsstto Spit sail Sutia Tsar li.'. Iwsj. gers to throw money Into the water, Scioto, leaves Evansville every MonTo quit tobacco easily and forever, be mar day and Thursday at 3 p. m., arrives for which they dive. The sea is so nelle, full of lift, nerva and vigor, take men wonderworker, that makes weak at Hartlord every Tuesday and Fri char that coins can be seen far down atrong. All druttlsts, Moor tl. Cut ) guaranteed Ilooklet and simple free. Address day at 3 p.m., returning leaves Harts na well as the dark skinned bodies Stsrllng IUuieJy Co, Chlrato or t'sw York. a.m., Wednes- shooting rapidly alter them. The lord Saturdays boys never lail to get tbe money bedays 5. a.m. theltEPUBLiCAN of freight or passage aps fore It hns traveled far toward the bot For rates ply on board, or to Jas, P. Carson, tern, To Ward itt La Grippe take i dote of Dr. These Somali lads are very skilled Milet' Reitorative Nervine on going to bed. agent, Hartford, Ky, g 1 Sacrificed to Blood Poison. Thote who have never had Blood Pol son can not know what a desperate it can produce. This terrible disease which the doctors are totally unable to cure, is communicated from one generation to another, inflicting itt taint upon countless innocent ones. con-dltl- tr a nnrsowho Infected my babe taint. Thellttloone was Soma years ago I was Inoculated Tilth polaon rlth blood CASTOEIIA. d unequal to tne struggle, and IU lite was yielded up to th4 fearful poison, tor six low? years I suffered untold mitten. I was covered with sores and ulcers from head to foot, and no language Uh canexprcM my feellagj ol woe daring inos long -l- aa.Hrr-aK years. I bad the best iurulcal treatment. Bev- - LaaaaBBBBW f&l nbv.lplana anece... JtaTaTaTBBFv alvely treated me, but alla ?BvnHHBVVD to no purpose. The mer- curr and potash seemed to add fuel to the awful flame which was devouring me. I was aurisea nr irienas wno nan seen wonaenui got two bottles, and I felt hope again revive In my breast hope for health and happiness agiln. I improved from the start, and a com- the result. 8.8.8. 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Subscription, St por year ce In tulvnnoo at Hartford Kritctccl nt the post-offias second class mall matter. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17. rem m:pi:r.sr..v rA ivi:. We Hie nuthoti.'iHo announce Hon R. C. Jarnagln, r,f Beaver D.mi, as k eanditbte for the nomination for Hep lesentativc, subject to the action ol tin Republican paiiy. TiinitE were 121 perished lattjeai at the hand of his honor Judge Lynch Tin: Iiotiisvillo Dispatch Companj lias mortgaged the cutire plant foi 81.0,000. The Dhpalth, like Iree silver nnd Ilillie Bryan, is now in the smite. the 250,000 volunteer Boldier who answered the President's call in May and June 150,000 have returned to their homes ami to enjoy the peace Jul walks ot life. Or regiment, the fourth Kentucky infantry, arrived in this city tvdtyand last night, the majority of t'lem mountsin boys who volunteered at the original organization ot the regiment. Those who retched here were in Anniston nt the time of the shooting of Col. Colson, and several of them claim to have been present when their colonel was shot. They have evidently lorgotten the fact that they are no longer amenable to the military authorities, for any ciiticisms they may have to make regarding the encounter, for a dogged military reserve is the only answer that can be had from them w hen quescm tioned about the Colson-Sco- tt broglio. The soldiers are to a man over the tict that they are Judge. ing the office of Admiral in the navy. rtjolclng again from under tbc lash of military Tm: Court ot Inquiry which was The bill reads: authority. Sftne whose tongues have "That the President is hereby au- been loosened by a too free use of called to meet at Washington Tuesthorized to appoint, by selection and Kentucky Bcurbou tell some sad day to investigate Gen. Miles' charges promotion, an Admiral of the navy, stories of mistreatment, but do not as to tho character ot the meat prowho shall not be placed upon the re attempt to fix the blame for their alvided for the army was delayed on Il.. ul. uw" legation. The sentiment "" "CT u". account of the members of the court suowbaucd iu various parts ol cation; and whenever sucu otiice snail those who have reached this city is btiug be vacated by death or otherwise, the about equally divided bttween the the country. office shall cease to exist." Colson. Scott iactioas, but the Scott Our. Tin Shop contemporary says: It is intended that Dewey shall element show their allejiance by "Many Republicans place their party wear the crown aud is an honor due wearing a button with the picture ol above their rcligiou." Don't know, him and a just recognition of the great their idol. Scott, they assert, befriended and brother, this "moat'' be so, but we Admiral's ability. aided them to a great extent in their know some Democratic newspapers efforts to be mustered, and their worAn Important Decision. which if they didn't place their poll ship of him is attributed solely to that would have tics above their religion fact. Opinion among them is dividmighty poor politics. The Court of Appeals have decided ed as to the possible result ol Colson's in the case of the Commonwealth vs. wound, but advices received by CoSi:.VATor. Am.f.n, wishing to illusthe L. & N. R. R Co., that under lson's friends and relatives in this brightness of trate the iciutillating section 157 of the Constitution the Col. Bryan, referred to him as a trustees of a school district have no city are to theeffectlhatheis so much able to "comet." Some soulless editor cruel- authority to levy a tax fur school pur- better to day that he has been sit up ly remarked that time would verify poses to an amount exceeding in one the Senator's metaphor, and another year the income and revenue provld SHOOTING NOT A SURPRISE. adds the sacrilegious comment that ed for such year without the assent ot Frankfort, Ky , Feb 14. The res of the voters thereof, vot- - port ot the shooting affray at Annis- the comet had two tails in 189G. tug at an elecl'ontobe held for that .ton, Ala., in which Col. Colson was Tin: death rate in Havana, Cubs, nurDose. The esCeution iu said sec wounded, was not a surprise to the was 10 per ceut. less in January,1899, Uoa ,or wi,00i purposes applies alone friends here of the parties who partic than the 1 alio month of 1898. The! to the rate of taxation which may be ipated in the difficulty. It has been wonderful decrease is due to the im-- 1 fixed by the legislature The levy ol known for sometime that trouble exproved sanitary conditions ot tho city a tax for luur yei-rto build a school isted between them, and as both Sett' without having wrought by American thrift and and Colson were considered game diislry. It is only a matter of time the question to the voters of the men, trouble was expected sooner or tho direction of the United trict, was illegal, aud section 4440 ot later. It is feared that this will not States when Cuba will be a healthful, Kentucky Statutes, attempting to au end the controversy, and friends ol thorze such levi'' is unconstitutional both are fearful of the future. educated and prosperous country. This is ft very important decision Ti n Herald indulges in some mean-- and itscfhcls me far reaching It I.iiiitf Irrllntlou iu'ltss criticism upon tho following utiliGeu all old debts made hy the Is the forerunnerof consumption, Dr Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure it, extract from the record of the hito- - 'trustees of common school districts, and give such strength to the lungr-tha- t Uoreing contest case. "3Ir. Harnett," yet remaining unpaid. Uesides the a cough or a cold will not settle tf queried Attorney Woodsou, "1 sup- repudiation featu e which as a natur there. 25c at all good druggists. pose you think the Republican party al c ruequence will follow su:h a Hi dclrlmeitdto the A Letter From a Soldlor. graipr than (be Gospel?"' "Yes, cf the school interests. The furnfir," lepliedthe deponent, ''Yes, sir, iture or the house ot a commcu school Mr. W. B. Dellaven lecelved the 1 do." What would f lie lieinld liavo district may be ever so bad, yet il the following letter from bis fcon in Cuba: had Cul. Harnett auswci? AVoultl it cost for refurnishing or building ex Havana, Cuba, Feb. 5 1899. have him quail boloro tho stiugiug ceed the Income of the district for one Dear Father: Your letter just resarcasm of the wily lawyer? Col. year, such furnishing or building can ceived, am very gled to bear from Uaixott'sainucr was clmiacleristio of not be done until the question of you. I am having good health here to brutal lidi- Kentucky lui uiauitii; ui uiu'mng una uccw su u I like this country fine. It will etlle lllltl lllllStialtS Ills Mlporiority ' milled to the nnaHfitd vrt,-- - r.f thf some day be the Paradise of the over ilmlawH--r wlin sought to (lis- - district and sanction by two thirds of world. I went out to the cera oreilil his testimony us well as the the voters theieof. Holding an etery Sunday. The carriage ontlmt indulgis iu such silly tion neceesaiily entails cost and ly cost us 18 per day. The cemetery is surrounded by a rock causes delay. criticism. wall. People having relatives and Duuini.L'sb Aguiiialtlo has been Tho McEnory Resolution. friends burled there have to pay rent, greatly mrprised nt LTncle Sam's way and ou failing to do that, the dead are Tho following is the Me'vuery rcio ' exhumed and cast out. of doing liiisintfs. Spain was and fancied tif let- tier short experilution adopted by the Senate: tuiriy This city has 260,000 inhabitants ence with htm that hi power was as "That by the ratification of tho It has 1:0 sidewalks and its streets are li.iiunllcsi as the tiuivene. The les- treaty ot peace with Spain it is not li.c the alleys in ur towns. The sons taugkt iu these controversies are intended to incorporate the iobabi-- ! h'Htfes sre all stone snd only one of great moral worth. No man should tauts of the Philippine islands into tory. Their fliora are of stone and allow himself to be Idinded by his own citizenship of the United States, norig! heir windows are protected by Iron coi.ee it. Hut he thtuiM consitler the it iutended to permanently annex said bars. The Cubans work the oxen opposition in the light of reason, at tdandsas .111 integral part of the terri with the yoke on their head instead mules all limes remembering that "thero me lory of the Uni'ed States, but it is the ol the neck. They never work wo In abreast, but hitch them up in others " You may seo your ido of intention of die Untied Stales to dnele file. They do not use wagons on taid islands a goverumeut ths queslii cleuily and be turpriscd here, but a cait instead. that everybody dees not ico it that suitable to the wants and conditions We have moved our camp to a place that way. Your neighbor lakes the of the inhabitant, of said iilands to uear Mairomono, a town of three or opposite, view and wuulers ut your prepare them for local All have lour thousand inhabitints. ktuplilily ami tiulhui., Never be too and in duo time make such disposition not been up to the city yet We aie poeilive. You aro neither iutalible of raid islands aa wi'l best promote not allowed to goon account of small nor invincible. Givo way inau due (he interests oi the United States and pox there. the iidiAbitanU of said ubuuk" Itspcct or lib opinion, We have some Cuban soldiers be-in- g i Tin: report ot tho War Cunimiteini contains 05,000 words. In tbc count of its investigation from Septembei 21, 1898, it examined 195 witnesses, from the Commanding General to the wounded. Losses which in comparison private soldier. with results are ess than have ever The Democratic party will not want heretofore occurred in modern warOut in South fare. for leadership matcriul. Dakota tLo birth of a child is reportThe total deaths in battle, from ed, who has two tongues and no braius. wounds and diseases from the begin He is the best equipped boy leader in niug to the end of the episode were sight, heats Billie Bryan. less than 3,000, only a fraction ovei one per cent of the army. In Jenaminc county there are uine One very important military victory candidates for Representative. The and two ot the most brilliant naval primary election will be held March victories recorded in the aunalsof war29th. If Biicers arc as thick over io fare were won and a nation supported Jessamine es they linve beeu known by an buudred thousand veteran soin other parts, wou't the buys have ldiershumiliated in defeat by x volfun? unteer army of civilians, without the Judue J. S. Glenn, of this place, loss of a single victory and within the is favorably mentioned for the Demo- short period of three months. cratic nomination for Attorney GenHigh Honors for Dewey. eral. Wo can recommend the Judge for the nomination, but hesitate to to the recommend tho nomination The Senate has passed a bill creat- working in our tent. 1 give them part of tny dinner every day. We are going to take n weeks attempt "The Imperialists ate War Department May Al- march out through the country. lnjj to maVe the United States the Will march 10 miles n day and will go same as all Kuropean countries a low Civil Trial. In camp at night. Don't think we government controlled hy military dictation instead of civil will be here longer than March or statutes." Much Rogrot Is Exprossod In April. The Cuban suldleis are going Tho Mtttengtr is clearly mistaken in to lalify the peice tieaty. Guess we Shoottho Colson-Sco- tt its views of ttio administration's policy. will be on guard in Havana. There ing Affray. are some Cuban soldiers camped close There lias uot beeu a single demon stratiou upon the part of tho govern tons. They won't lay down their Washington, Feb. 14 The newa of nrms till Uncle Sam pa) s them. We nieut to iudicate n desire for or incliKen may have some trouble with them nation to military nilo in tho United the shooting aflray of the fourth in which yet. I will close. Your son, States. Ours is a government for tucky nt Anniston, Ala., Col. D. G. Colson was seveiely John DhHavbn. freemen and a government of freewounded was received with great 1 il8 acts aro the dictates of the men, et at the war dcpaitment yesterday. greatest free people I hat has over fig The questlou naturally nrose as to urcd in tho world's history. There if whether the men who were in prooss A Woll-KnoPoddlor Comnot n gt eater peaco lover in America of being- mustered out were under the mits Sulcldo Noar Fords-vlll- o, than our great I'lCtMent. The jurisdiction 01 the war department, cr Mmengt' need suffer ni apprehension Ohio County. whether they would have to fee tried The captain of the cM ship of State if by the civil authorities. Fordsvitle, Feb. 14. G. D. Purvis, a safe pilot. Feuds, nfTraj s and trouble of virU kinds just when volunteer regi- aged fifty, a well known peddler aud ius SUMMING UP. ments arc being mustered out have clock tinker, committed suicide Sunbeen so frequent during the existence day at his home, uear here. He took Tho War Investigating Commission of the present volunteer army that the morphine. His body was found Monys in concluding its report that tht Anniston incident caused more an day, twenty hours alter death, frcz:n result ol the Santiago campaign war aoyance nnt caustic comment than stlT. It was u horrible sight The the complete realization of the overs' vould otherwise have been accorded Coroner's verdict was in accordance with the above facts. The man's famil jecU contemplated ; the capture of it. As a matter ol strict interpretation, ily wad away from home on ai.-it-, the city with its fortification; and mu and on returning, his wile discoveied uitiuus ot war, tho surrender of tbc the officers in question, not having been finally discharged, are still under the body. She was horrified and is entire province of Sautiago with all the jurisdiction of the war depart- almost prostrated with grief. the troops stationed therein, amountment, but it was ssii on good authorSMAlThoIJIe, KY. ing to nearly 24,1)00, and the complete ity y that the department will lestiuctiou of the Spanish llset undei not press its claim to prosecute the Feb. 14 Miss Llllie Barnard is the Admiral Cervera. All this was ac- pait'.cipants in the nflair, but will al complished without the loss of a pris- low them to be turned over to the guest of her mother, Mrs Sen Drake, in the New Hope vicinity. oner, a gun or a color, and with less civil authorities to be dealt with acMr. Henry Calveit Central City, is than 250 killed nnd Ie than 1,100 cording to civil law. visiting relatives here and at Center-towCommkntino on our colonial policy the Owcusbnro Hattnytr snyc NO PKOSECUT10N. VICTIMS OF COLD. Fourteen Fatal cases Reported From Texas. Donthsln Wost Virginia, ginia, Goorgln, Phlladol-phlaan- Green River Academy 1 Vird and Business Institute Vie v ' Kontucky Houston, Ttxas, Feb. 14 Reports dining the two days ot intense cold show thr.t louiteen lives were lost in Texas by freezing. es Opens Jan. 30, 1899. COURSES- - Preparatory, Teachers', re-5- - y -- SBNTIMRNT EQUALLY D1VIDISD Middlesboro. Ky.. Fib. 14 About ha'f of the members ot Col. Colson's .. "u -i ., ! -- Wheeling, W V.t., Feb. 14 Fatal-tilfrom dec zing arc nlrcsdy about thirty iu the State. Richmond, Vu., Feb. 14. W. W. Wade, n well known busiuess man ol this city, agtd fjity.nine, was to da) fun nd frozen to death iu his store. Hut tington.W Va., Feb 14 Robt Fowler, nged 83, nnd Maty Hulstcad, iged 74, were found Irozen to death in the Guyan Valley. Ildtimorc, Feb. 14 Up to midnight only one case of death from exposure had been reported, Henry K Vincent, 32 j ears old, was found within n lew feet ot his home l"C7.:n to death. Philadelphia, Feb. 14 Charles J. r, Summers, a aged 62 years, and Ji'icj b Fvaris, aged 60, were found froztn to death Anuiston, Ala , Feb. 1$ Clmtman, anigro, was found Irozen btiflf in his bed this morning The official tern peralure early this morning was 14 below, the eddest ever known. Twenty lour persons are believed to have Lten lost by an avalanche at Silver Plume, Col., Sunday. Rleven R. P. Fall an K'zi Allen returned bodiei. wire Itcoveicd. Three others Saturday trom Barrett's Ferry, where wtre KCuVcled alive, but will prob bly die. Thirteen are believed to be they went to deliver some horses. iilti Lei.eath thesuow. All were ItalMrs, Frank Allen and Rev. Georj-H. Lsurence returned last week Irora ian iL.itieis.ind t'ltir l.itmhes. Breckenridge county. CENTERTOWN. Prayer meeting next Sunday evenFeb 13 .Uncle James Ileheart, ot ing at Rtv. G II. I.aii'rnce's. Mrs. Andrew Addirgton Is very ill West Point, is thought to be better at with consumption. this writing, but is yet low. Mr. John V. Kowe's wile is on the Mrs. M. P. Maddtx, who has been sick lia. but not dangerously ill. ill, is convalescent Mrs. O B. lloskett has closed Mr. Alva Calloway went to West school ou Account cfthe snow and Point Saturday. Mr. Sam Morton, who fell and seri cold, Mr. Frank May and wife arc on an ously injured his knee while hunting, extended visit to frienUs aud relatives is able to be out again. Mr. and Mrs, David I.uck, Ashhv-but- in 1'ieasant Ridge The prottacttd meeting of one week Hopkins county, visited Mr without much interest being and Mrs. J. W. Bullock the first of clot-etaken, but wc arc satisfied that some last week. The community was made rad Jan- good was accomplished. II. II. Davis .spent two days in uary 21 by the death of one ot our aged citizens. Mr. Wm. M. Hunter, Poiiit neighborhood lait week. Mr. D. Rowe has moved to his new after a lingered illners of three years. His remains were interred in the fam- residence cu the we:t ci.d of Main StliCt. ily burjing groum's the 22d. C. Fire alarm was turned in from the LATr.it Mrs. Rhoda Addinjjtou, nor h end ol Church street on last wife of Andrew Addmgton, died the Saturday eve, the fire had some start loth of that dteaded disease consump In the second ttory of the residence ol tion. She leaves a husband, seven Mr. W.,A. Ticbeuor, but little damchildren and a host of friends and age was done to the property. Mrs. G. T. Tinsley spent last week relatives t mourn her loss, though net as those who have no hope, she at her mother's in the Walton's was a consistent member ol the M. B. Creek neighborhood. , Little Mertie Ashby, daughter ol church. C. Mr. Cris Ashby, ot near hire, was CI'IIK A 0!.l 1.1 O.M: DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab badly burned last week by clothing lets. All druggists refund money if catching fire from the grate. We ate it fails to cure. 25c. The genuine in great hopes that the burn will not has L. B Q on each tablet. tf prove fatal. Sui: tookTiFslife. Scientific and Business, Typewriting, Telegraphy, Shorthand, Bookkeeping, Etc. Rvpcmcs $1.50 to $L.00. Club Jiulca Lowest liver Known. Lowest-Bo- ard PRINCIPALS, - nOCKPORT, KY. VW,yKr3TK3CS3El letttr-cartle- for the Benefit of the PUBLIC! Cyclone at Barrett's Ferry, Ky., Has rushed in on G. II. Miles' Kntlrc Stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shira. Hats, Caps, Groceries and Gents Furnishing Goods nnd has Blown the Prices Down Below Zero. I have enlarged and repaired my house and am now in better position to give my customers bargains than I have ever beeu Mnce I have beeu in business, I began business 2', years ago with a J15J.00 htock. I have increased to 51,500.00 and owe the praise of same to my customers. When I first began I sold at 25 nnd 50 per cent, profit. I went on that way some tune and reduced my profits to 15 and 25 per cent, and then reduced to 12,'j per cent, nnd have gained sufficient trade by each transaction to make more money by the latter and now I propose to reduce my ptufits again to S per cent. This looks small and some will say that I can't do this nor won't do it, but I will show my bills nnd do what I say ami will also explain why I can do it. l'lKbl Bear iu mind that I get salary enough fiom the railroad corns pany as agent for them and from the postofficc to pay all my family expenses and rent. SnCOND By this reduction I will gain trade sufficient that I can discount my bills nnd the discount will pay the freight on my goods and put them iu the shelves. THIRD My receipts now are ?4oo. 00 a month and at 12 1,' percent. I make ciear $50.00 a month and now if I can get my trade doubled and my receipts run $Soo 00 a month, you see I will clear nt S per cent., $64 00 and nave my customers money and make $14.00 more myself. So you see I can do what I propose. 1 will pay the Highest Prices for Produce at all times and want 10,000 ties by the first of July, lor which I wtll pay 21c and 25c, one half cash nnd balance iu trade on delivery ur 20c nnd 24c cash on delivery. y. n c (Jon5cill:YoarMinsANr) enzh Other . g, And come and pticc my goods before buying and I will show you that you can save money nnd,git the Best Goods that jou ever bought for the money. I have the nicest line of Shoes aud Hats that ever has been brought to Barrett's Ferry, and at prices that will make them fit neat and nice. Calicoes that will soon be out ol season must go at 3c a yard and values in everything tbut I catry. 2cHu No 7 sugar for fi.oo Arbuckle cofiee at 11c. Thanking you for past Uvors aud soliciting n continuance ot same, I am, yours always ready to please. if These Prices Begin February 20. Gr. 33. nvrixjHS.year. of 1899, and continue balance the 1.. IPTION Physicians Use and Recommend Paine's Celery Compound. SHINKLE CHAPEL. Buried Allvo. Anderson, two-third- ! s dis-uiid- er lad., Feb, 14 In the Feb 14 Health of the community ' is good. We ate having the coldett investigation to da it was ascertained beyond u shadow ol doubt that James weather we have had lor sometime There has been n gteat deal ol fruit litgely, interred at Pendleton last week, was buried alive The coffin lid frtzrn. Born to the wi'e of R. A Leisure a was broken, the body turned over nnd the dir.pirgi'1 the c .ffin torn. He! fine boy, name IS'oWe Dee A. S. Bennett and Dee Stewart are my iu a trance state three days before being buried attending Bryant & Stratton Business College. Sam and Warren Shaver, rf Illiy'tJfcaJB3BaWCBS3S3BBBBtflnSn nois, are visiting relatives here A Chinu is grinjj to move his saw mill here, men are busy hauling logs ' I "8 .A u' ! At . .r Monkok. Agoncillo, from his home in he thinks his Filipino friends will "remain in Washington ur t'l they are ordered out." It Is n t known whether he relets here to the persons n hocame over from Aguinaldo with him or the Senators who opp-- , d ths peace treaty G'obe D. mocr.it The Ural rrncrlpilnn Or Mill!, and Fever is a bottle of Oiov'h Tnst less Chill Tonic. Never tails l cure; then why experiment with ott!ile-- s imitations-Price, .v-A ys I I 1 1 il m v V wel-tar- e If It was only health, we Wf4 mlcht let it cling. But It is a cough. One cold no sooner passes 0!? before another comes. But it's the same old cough all the time. And It's the same old story, too. There b first the cold, then the cough, then pneumonia or consumption with the long sickness, and lifs trembling in the balance. 'W ' '. Farm Rosldonco Burnod. - j 11 Mr. Lonnie Mait n living ribout 5 miles east of here, lost his house by file Saturday afternoon. The fire originated Irnm a defective flue, nnd although the family weieiu the house at the time, the roof was falling in when the fire was discovered, Most of the hcusihold goods were gotten out and ptltd up in the road south of the house where it was thought they would be rut of danger, but n tudden pust of r orlli wind swept the angry flames down upon the pile of house hold goc?s pitil scarcely a thiug t.f value war fved; A piilietfc irrb'entol the fire was the burolrg of Mr. Martin'a dog where howling h'd called attention to lie file The dog expressed his hu man like horror it the conlligratton bj piler.us and incessant howling, and just bifore the building collapsed ran under the house and despite the persistant efloits of the family him out, remained under the house and perished in the flames Cherri loosens the grasp of yourcough. The congestion of the throat and lungs Is removed; all in (lamination Is subdued; the parts ars put perfectly nt rest and the cough drops away. It has no diseased tissu-- 3 on which to hang. AyerV Cherry Pectoral Plaster Dr. draws out Inflammation of the lungs, AcJrlao Fret. Ntnamlir w bars A Ml!ra1 np.rt you any rhutmtiit. If liav. cuiniUtnt va' aiuldctlratlitf iittuiial uilvlca you can imiibly obtain, torlt. tha lotto- - 'trot; You will rcralya a pntuLt r.t'tr, wltliut coat. AifJi vu, Dll, J II. AVKn. 1ajw.II, Man, togt tet Call on Z, Wayne Griffin & Bro when you desire to get the very best, up to date, kitchen garden seed, of the celebrated Buht'a brand. 3a Chicago, HI , Dec. 12, 1S98. Paine's celery compound in preference Gentlemen: It gives me pleasure to any other rented)? to certify to the good effects from Because It has prolonged the lives Palne'a celery compound for my pa- ot thousands ot sufferers; it has made-theitients iu general debility and liver sick patients well. complaints The best test that can be applied to Lundgren, M. D, Andrew L. Why do the ablest phjslcians in Paine's celery compound ia to use It. If one is ' run down," feels without America openly prescribe, use nnd energy, lifeless, useless, fretful, take recommend Paine's celery compound? this great remedy, and note the First, because Paine's ce'ery com- change. pound is not n patent medicine, It In its peculiar ability to at once inIs not the discovery of some quack vigorate the body, to make new blood doctor of whom tits pmlession never and to regulate the nerves, lies the beard; it is not a concoction put up gteat value ol Paine's celeiy by some man who first Invented a in nil waiting diseases and name, and then adopted a pif parstin ot the kidneys, liver aud stomto fit il; and It is not a kccret tented) , ach But it is, firtt, the remit of the lite A neglected complaint, though long study of the greatest physician filly lit at the beginning, may through a man whose America lias produced, neglect cause a lifetime ot misery. reputation was world wide j cars beThe tinging in the ears, the backache had ever arrived at this wonfore be or the general debility unlet the body derful formula; a man. who has re- is braced up again, may teach one by ceived the highest debtees from the bitter experience that disease can best colleges, who was at the time ot creep through very small holes. Paine's celery compound bis great discovery a piofessur nt the kldreys, Improve Dartmouth and a lecturer lu other digestion, drive out the appetite and any scrolulous universities, a scholar and a member tendency in the blood and the nutrition olthe nerves o'a ftmily which has made its mark in every department of the public life and organs with the result that the V, Phelps, whole body takes on Prof Rdwurd InAmeilcH, flsh and coior M. D LL D. the suiest indication of improved, Why do progressive nnd intelligent health physicians ol every school prescribe It makes people wel 1 com-poudis-oideactively-encourages r it! . - r r i,pi ipupi dm jpw- - V 4 KclfHPwHL aflBJE i k i.i i iij j HI Tho old and tho new stock must be moved nt onco to prepare ior Sprint We will givo joii Special Bargains lor the next 30 days. Yonr money will buy raoro goods in certain lines than it would a month ago, he. in bed, she was sitting in an invalid causo winter goods mutt be sold. ROSINE, KY. chair in front of a big wood fire, when Good Jcant, worth 16c, ior 12Jc Wc have just received a carload of Our new church nt Salem is nearly her clothing in dome way was ignited, Better Jeans, worth 25c, lor 20c Beat Jeans, worth 35c, for Plows, Harrows, Cultivators nnd completed. nnd before nfslstince could reach her 25c Red Twilled Flannel, worth 20c, for 15c Drills of the best make to be had and A protracted meeting va com- she was burned to n crisp, dying In Groy Twilled Flannel, worth 25c, ior 20c are prepared to save you money on menced at Horse Branch Monday few hours in great agony. Itepelant Cloth, worth 50c, for 40c all kinds of machinery. Call nnd see night. Catitou Flaunel, worth 120, for 10c Donths From Monlncltls. us before buying. Agent! for Mc- Mr. V. Stcwait gave the young Canton Flannel, worth 7Ac, for 5c Cormick's, the King of harvesting people a musical entertainment Sat Drees Gingbams, worth Cc, for , 4c Henderson, Ky Feb. 14. Within machinery. Anron Checked Ginchams, worth 5c, for uiday night. 4e the past two days there have been Flanneletts, worth 10c, for HrtNRV Piuld & Son. Miss Vivian Goodwin was visiting 7c four deaths from meningitis, and two j(c . Cloth, worth 10c, for Outing Denver Dam Is reported to be the Miss Maty Waltrip last Sunday. u new cases reported. There were sevCalicoes, worth Ic, ior 3c Mls3 Annie Allen is visiting- relas i&n coldest point in the State, the therenteen cases in nil dming the past ten Calicoes, worth 5c, fur Ic mometer registering 42 degrees below tives at Horse Branch. Ladles' Black Iloge, worth 10c, (or 5c s days, fourteen of which have proved One lot of Iloyh' BooU, tiz-One lot of Men's l'lne Hoots, were I 5, We arc going to have a wedding at Ladits' Black Hose, worth 15c, ior 10c zero. At Hartford it stood 30 below were $1.35, now oSc ow $2 98, sizes fatal. Ladies All Wool Black Hose, worth 25c, ior 20c One lot ol Child's Uojts, wtie $1. One lot of Ladies' Coarse Shoes, and in many places in the State it Horse Branch, Mr. T. Rowan and Ladies' Gray All Wool Hose, worth 25c, for 20c Ttift rinclr, Itlnu ol .til Illn'H, now 75c, Mzes 10 13 were $1, now 75c, sizes felt to between 30 and 40 dcgices be- Miss Lizzie Smith. Ladies' Ribbed Vests, worth 50c, for. . . . .: Out) lot of Ladies' Grain, laceor but35c One lot of Men's Coarse Ilnrti 8 9, Mr Claude Leach is down with the is noted for its keen bight, clear and low zero. Coal is short iu inauj Children's Ribbed Vests, worth 20c, for ton Shoes, hoi Hi $t 25, now $1. 10 and 11, were $1 50, now ft 23 15c distinct vision So nte those persons oneumonia. One tot ol Men's rxttn iT.ulc b- - U Men's Undershirts, worth 50c, for I'lentv of weather for these goods. towns of the State, nnd poor people 35c Mrs Clarence Rcley who has been who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve have suffered everywhere. Several were $2 50, now ft 98, siz;s 8 Men's Knit Drawers, worth 50c, ior Just whit you need now. 35c for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes or any cities ol the State have opened soup sick for some time is improving. Men's Canton Flannel Drawers, worth 50c, ior 35c Mr. Rngland Is filling his store kind or granulated lids. Sold by all Men's Canton Flannel Drawers, worth 40c, for 30c houses to relieve the suflering of the dealers at 25 cents. For sale by Z Meu's Canlou Flannel Drawers, worth 25c, ior. .20s poor. So severe has been the cold with n new supply ol goods. Men's Negligee Shirts, worth 35c, tor Mr. J M. Ragland has returned to Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf 25c that birds and small fowls have been Who ever saw better nealhcr for of Capes and Overcoats. Men's Negligee Shirts, worth 50c, for 40c his home at Pleasant RUge. troon frozen to death. Farmers from all them? So cheap, too In reach ol $1 29 for heavy double cape, trimYoung Calvos Dying. Men's White Unlaundned Shirts, worth 50c, for. 35c B. sections of the country report large visiting his parents at Rosine. med in braid, worth f 2.50. everybody. Ladies' Heavy Shoes, worth 81, ior 90c Children's Jackets, price cut half numbers of little birds and even quails 65c lor regular ft comtuits '1 here is more Catarrh in this secLadies' Heavy Shoes, worth 81.25, for 81.00 Mt. Washington, Ky., Feb. t4 The big size ft 25 comforts. into. That means you get a $ 2 50 found frozen to death. inciter Children's Heavy Shoes, sizes 5 to 8, worth 75o, for 00c tion of the country than all other di- weather here is colder than ever 50c lor heavy Doub'c Blankets, Jacket lor ft 2?, etc. Children's Heavy Shoes, sizes 0 to 12, worth 81, for. 75c seases put together, and until the last known, thermometers registering n. worth ft per pair. Men's and Ilojs' Overcoats,f2 tofs. It is. a notable fact that many good Children's Heavy Shoes, sizes 13 to 2, worth 61. 25,for.. .81.00 f for Extra Sire Double Hlankets, Conts sold tor fj 51 nnd $7 50. items are lost to the newspapers every few years was supposed to be incura- low as 22 degrees below zeto. SeverGood Overcoat, worth $2 00, lor 1.50 vrorth t- day f sn A Mcintosh now would leel good ble. For a great many years doctors al young calves have died during the Better Overcoat, worth 3 00, ior 2.00 We inUht mention under these cold so cheap now that you can buy one week by the modesty of the people who Best Overcoat, worth 8.00, for 5.00 weather bargains our remnant stock Choice of our $4 $? coats, now f 2 98 hesitate to tell the editors matters con pronounced it a local diseare, and cold spell. m im Men's Suits, worth 5.00, for 3.50 cerning themselves. Ths right thing prescribed local remedies, and by conMen's Suite, worth 7.00, for 5.00 Accidents at Greenville. to do is to courteously stop the news stantly failing to cure with local treatGOc Boys' Suits, worth 75c, for it incurable. pjper man on the street, or any ment, pronounced Boys' Suits, worth 1.00, for 75c Greenville, Ky., Feb. 13, Mrs. other place you may see him, and tell Science has proven catarrh to be a Boys Suits, worth 2 00, for 81.50 Do you know we are selling Clark's thrond at 4c him 3011 have been on a visit, have constitutional disease, and therefore Miller, wifeot Greenville's jailer, was Boys' Knee Pants, worth 50c, for 25c Good calico, not remnants, at 3'ic Linen Crash nt 5c painfully burned by her clothing requires constitutional treatment. relations visiting you, that you nnd GOc Boys' Jeans Pants, worth 75c, for GikxI Cotton Jeans at loc. Nice new l'ctcals st 6c. fire lrom the stove. She Men's Jeans PaDts, worth 81.00, for your wile have n new baby at the Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by ditching 00c Good Ginghams at 5c. roc Flanneletts at 7'ic. will recover, it is thought. A little Men's Jeans Pants, better grade, worth 81.25, for 81.00 Bed Tick, warranted to hold Good 36 inch Dleach, no starch, 5c. house, or that your wife entertained F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is Good Pair Overalls, worth 50c, for feathers, at 15c, 45c friends, or anything that is in any the only constitutional cures on the child of a mau named Bethel was Hope nnd Masonvllle Bleach CotTurkey Rci Table Linen at 15c. IN STAPLES WE WILL GIVE YOU burned to death. tons from ic ti 3c per yard under our way a matter of news. If you have msrket. It is taken internally in Good Shillings at 50. Good Domestic, worth Gc, for 5c done anything mean keep that to doses from to drops to a tsaspoonful. csmpetitors' prices. Iltst Cbevitti at 7c. Good Plaid Cotton, worth 5c, for 4c Poach Crop Killed. It acts directly on the blood and ruu. jouneli, for he always knows it; there , Good Cheviots, worth 8Jc, for 7c are others who make it their business com surfaces ot the system. They Good Cheviots, worth 10c, for 8c Feb. 13. Last Haruinsburg, Ky., offer one hundred dollars for any case Good 10-- 4 Sheeting, worth 20c, for 18c to tell about that You mav need a suit or an overcoat, your boy wauls a suit, vour wile or it fails to cure. Send for circulars night was the' coldest of the season The next term of Ohio Circuit Court and testimonials. mercury ranging from 22 to daughter needs a dress, jacket, cape, or underwear. You can use a hat, cap, here, the by Buy now All In Address, will be tin interesting one, and the in F. J. CitriNKV & Co., Toledo, O. 26 below zero. The supply of coal is boots or shoes, ibere are lots ot tbings you need. vJomc in and get them dications ore that much business will about exhausted. Peaches are all killed now. Remember, this salo won't last forever. Bring us your Eggs and Sold by Druggists. 75c. on be transacted. There are i20contin RESPECTFULLY, and in many instances the trees also. Feathers. Hall's Family Pills are the best. utd Common tvealtli cases and 56 new Commonwealth cases for the corning Porlshod In Flamos. term, nnd there are no ordinary cases rollowed by Heart Dltcaie, Cured by continued from last term nnd rr apThe clot'iiog of Mrs. DVzsl', an DR. WILES' HEART CURE. pearances been filed so far; there are aged laJy of Long Lick, caught fire 240 equity cases continued from last from the cook stove, nnd she was so term, aud 17 appearances, been filed badly burned that it is believed the so for. There are a number ot impor- can not recover. ...Islht... tant cases to come up for trial, one Iu the past ten days tn Texas there Economical Writing Machine. which is the contested whisky elec- have been tnenty persons cremated, tion case, appealed from the County of whom sixteen wore children, the Constructed on scientific principles tnd of simple pirts, it Is the most dantle Boatd of Contest Altogether the majority having their clothing catch RepAlr bills Are reduced to mchinemAic the minimum. It is the Best Vilue Writer. next terra of court will be an impor- fire from open fireplaces. ArU tsm Ami tant term. The residence of Mrs. Snrh Ann Stevons-Austl- n. 774n'Rrcmfr73'peTOrfr Company, Slaughter, near Skinentsburg, was Samuel Farmers, ol the Whltesville destroj ed by fire Saturday night, and 412 Walnut St., Cincinnati, O. 215 5th St. Louisville, Ky country, was adjudged a lunatic here Mr. Otis Stevens nnd Miss Susie Mrs. Slaughter, who was eighty-fou- r Tuesday and conveyed to the Austin were married ut the home of FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17. asylum by Marshal Joe Rob Mr. Harrison Austin the 12th inst j ears old, petlshed iu the flames. She lived alone. ets, of Fotdsville. Mr. Stevens is n nice young mau, full Mr L T. Barnard called to i.ee us Willie Latham, the tenvyear old jj of energy and ambition. Miss AusWANTED Three good first-claII. C. O. SIITJLT8, of Wlnteraot, Iowa. Is absolutely necessary to the yountr man or voimcr woman who would win 2! one! ay. eiauguter ot Col. r. S. Latbam, ot and manufacturer of success in life This being conceded, it Is of first importance to get your Inventor agents to canvas and solicit orders for tin is a most charming and cccoin near Elkton, narrowly escaped being Ebulta' Eafoty Whlfflctreo Coupling, Field's 'bus meets all trains at enlarging portraits at Schroder's plished young lady and a very Cure. "Two years training at the school that statids in the very front rank. wfhes Braver Dam young teacher, n promising burned to death last Tuesday. While ago an of Dr. Miles' Heart left me with a Floating Studio. Call on or address LaGrlppo attack & standing beside an open wood fire her weak heart. of bad run down In flesh to College, The Repubu I Mr I W. Kts has moed his fam-- il at once, H. O. Schtoeter, Hartford, futuie was before her. I.OVINVIM.i:, KK.N'Tl'l'KY. dress caught fire, and soon enveloped meraiiiln and bone. I could not sleep ljlne can wishes them a lile of happiness Ky. ait from Rockpoit tolliitlotd ) Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist in her in flames. Her father sived her downier smotberlns spells; frequentasharp and usefulness. dartlnc pains and palpitation caused con- SHORTHAND, his line. Graduates of this college preferred by busl unMr. Lon Twcddell had quite an by smothering the flames. implements of all kinds, stant fear of sudden death, nothing could TELEGRAPHY, j ness houses. Write lor n beautiful book giving tes I'aimtng pleasant experience while out sleighInduce me to remain away from home over COLLEGE NOTES. Seventeen lives were lost in the foT sale by Henry Field & Son. timonials lrom graduates occupying prominent positions all over the night. My local physician prescribed Dr. ing Sunday evening. He was disap sS United States it will be mailed to you FREE burning ot one of the cottages of the Miles' Heart Cure and In a few days I wai Monday Mr. N. K. Morris added State Insane Asylum at Yankton, S JUev. J. R McAfee.a former htudent pointed in the midst of his pleasure. able to sleep well and the palm gradually lessened, and finally ceased. I reduced the of Haitfoid College, visited fiiends in Desiring a swifter move he tapped his his name to the list ol matriculates. D , Sunday morning. The temperathe doses, having gained fifteen pounds, and Miss F.lla Herring spent Tuesday ture was town this week. Fly and it flew, spilling him out iu degress below zero wheu am now feeling better In every way than I 23 the snow aud vitiating the air through afternoon at the college visiting the the fire broke out, and the suffering lave for years." Mr. Samuel Rokc, Beaver Dam, was whl:h tt parsed with the splinters of different Dr. Mile..' Remedies grades. of those who escaped from the build- i rare sold by all drug- u a pleasant Ciller nt this office v. title in Miss Lillie Miller has been absent ing in their night clothes was severe, glsU under a positive fcMllea; Widnesday. from school for several days on the guarantee, first bottle Mrs. Garland Kindred, who was benefits or money 'ifl account ol an attack of la grippe Mis. Martha C Gray, of Fordsvllle, Doolf on paitlally paralyzed three weeks ago, Tuesday ulternoon Misses Lillie is visiting her nephew, Col. J. S. R. ot tho heart aud met n terrible death at her home at nerves free. Address, Burton and Lizzie Stevens wero wel Wedding, this week Bcrca. Being unable to keep warm DB. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. come visitors nt the college. , Capt. Sam P. Duncan, ol Morgan-fieldSeveral ot the pupils who have Ky., is the guest ol the family been absent from school on account .of Mr. Hen D Rlngo. of sickness have returned again to oval fuicwa co , My vowk. univ live aw OKS more and we will be found in our new thoroughly ed building one door J. A. Thomas' store. We propose m iking these live weeks memorable ones on account of the cut prices in all depart meats. Can't afford to move so much Winter Block, they must move out now at some price. Get a bargain. No such prices given by any house in Ohio county. . 0 O nmjniM.wiiiii Rev. J. A Hentutt, Wm. 15 Ward, Dedaj K. J, Dull, Stlnson .'nils, Sul phur Springs; B I'. RniTtity, Rosine,, nud Silas Jones, Cctitettown, were ex ami .id tut .cuhiuii Wednesday Mr and Mib Win. H. Moote royally entertained Dr. S J Wedding atd A remodeJ-abov- o wife, Hartfnd, i.nd Mis. J. of Dundee, nt dinner Wcdue-dr.- y Master Walt r Wedding was tLe center of nltracticu during the day, making faces, &c. Rcr-fro- Royal A&SQLmtEV'PVRE pptn Making PoWDfR trade. pap $qw p! Mokes the food more delicious and wholesome What? Why the Closing Out Sale at J. E. Fogle & Co's. Boots and Shoe $3-51 1 4-- 6 Comforts and Blankets. 1 1 4 ' Staple Department J!t Spring Dress Goods. Spring and be ready this week. time. The very latest weaves for Spring can be found our shelves. We expect no profit on the next five weeks' business. These goods must move out so our Spring goods can find room. Bring us your Cash or Produce and we will, as we do at all times, show you every article as advertised. Very Truly, La Grippe, J. E. FOGLE & CO, KifB-rMa'CirYrrsTrBrics-- The Smith Premier Typewriter x az, co. Hartford Republican. s,- - e si A Easiness She Bryant dcieaition sue-ceisl- Stralion Business BOOK-KEEPIN- good-sieig- CLOSING OUT SALE! The entire Large Stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Carpets, Gents Furnishings, Hats, Shoes, &c., &c., of JCm3-tmmT ton es Mr. Wm. WAS Renfrow, of Dundee, the guest of his sister, Mrs. Dr. y Have YOU Heard You aUmif Wedding, Ttesday night. .For J r call bread at all hours, call on Wecker & Bonhomme, Fioprietors tf City Bakery, Haitlord, Ky. Sheriff S. T. Stevens and Shelby TajJor ore in Bowling Green this week attending the big sale of caddie hurses. t f mav have heard SmTT'S FMIII JlfiN cod-live- ting Mr. Mr, D. II. Lee, who has been visU W. G. Hardwick nnd family, returned to his home iu O.vitisboro Tuesday. Mr. W. M. Likens", editor or the Beaver Dam Gleauer, made the a pleasant call while in .town Monday. Hudson and Miss !Nancy IJ. Duvall were married at the iresidence of the bride yesterday. Rev. JJohn Finley officiating. and have a vague notion r oil with that it is its bad taste and smell and all its other repulsive feaoil, the tures. It is nurest and the best in the world, but made so palata ble that almost everybody can taKe it. Nearly an children like it and ask for more. cod-liver their work. The ottendance of the lower grades has been somewhiit low during this cold weather, but those in the higher grades have attended very regularly The Hypatian Society did not meet last Friday afternoon on account of the examination, but they will meet again this week nt the usual hour. This society increases in membership at each meeting, nnd much interest ing work is done. Rtv. J. R. McAfee, of Elkton, conducted exercises Thursday morning The following visitors were present' Misses Lizzie Stevens, Fannie Render and Klla Herring former pupils, and Mr. Charles 11. EMULSim looks like cream t it nourishes the wasted body of the baby, child or adult better than cream or any other food in existence, ft bears about the same relation to other emulsions that cream does to milk. If you Mrs.J.W. Tabor. Mr. nnd Mrs. Y. L. Mosely and Mr. Miller have moved in to enter school. We have one or two more pupils to enter Monday. Everything is favorable for echo A. X. up m - - - Wonderful Freaks. Nature is always surprising the wuild with peculiar fieaks, Mr, T. II Marks, of near town, has n sow that ban ailita of pigs uumbeving if) Mr. W. W. Cole a, farmer living neirUIVton has a pig with twenty toes. One Irou Gray Mare, five years old, filteen bands high, broke to ride and work, She is a first clash animal in every respect, will sell her for a rea- scnable price--ca- sh or on time. If on time, party to give note with approve ed security. Apply at this office, tf Mr. Lurkin Griffin and Capt. S K, Cox are at New Orleans attending Mardi Gras, aud incidentally escap log the rigors the great blimrd All accounts due on subscription were transferred by Mr. Anderson to the present managers who will gratefully receive the same when tendered, Field & Son have secured an extra stable and now have ample room to all their cuttmers. accommodate The politest attention and the best of feed lor your horses. Schroeter, the leading Green river Photographer, Ik now at llartlord, Call and see bis work. His Photo Buttons are the fads or the day, also Ills Photo are finer than ever. ol will offer at public auction ray entire stock of goods at Sulphur Springs, Ky., Saturday, Feb. 25, 1899, consisting of hats, caps, gloves, jeans, clothing, hardware, etc. Will continue the sale from week to week until tho entire stock is sold. .Furthermore I will offer for sale a tract of land of 71 acres at the mouth of Hall creek, 30 acres cleared, the balance in woods. This is good bottom land. I will also sell privately or at public auction my live stock and farming implements, &e., consisting of horses, mules, cattle, hogs, sheep, wagons, buggies, cultivators, plows, hay, corn, etc. You will see my ad. in The Republican giving tho day for public sale. Any one wishing further information, will call on or address P. W. Tabor, Sulphur Springs. All parties knowing themselves indebted to mo either by note or account will please call I A.. iC3JHL OS CCnN. Has heen moved to the EED FRONT, where they will be sold at and below cost to close out and settle up the business, the senior member ol the firm having recently died. Call and Get a Bargain For these goods must and will bo Sold Regardless of Prices A. BACH & CO., HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. We do not feelieve In (parrying For another seasou. First not improve with age. oods Over Second Goods We have three reasons for not wishiug to do to. We need the room for our spring stock. Third Therefore we will dt i have had any experience "just as with other good" preparations, you will nnd that this is a fact. The hypophojphitei that are r oil combined with the give additional value to It became they tone up (he nervous system and impart strength to the whole cod-live- and settle at onco. We can use the money invted tOHN.tl.E. nAl- - A 9 00, altdrUfftlitl. Joe. SCOTT & UOWKK, Chtmliu, Nw .mil, York. cimr. Aioi.m.N unrdat Take Laxative Brotuo Quinine Tab Ms, All dtuSglsts refund money if it tails to cure. 25c. lue genuine has L. B. Q ou each tablet. tf All bills for less than $20 will bo strict- CLOSE OUT AT COST ly cash, $20 or more, six to twelve months The following lines: Overcoats, Uudcrwear, Flannels, Wiuter Boots and Shoes, Gloves aud all other Wiuter Goods, This ia no catch. Wt time, with approved security. mean business. Come, ozamiue and see for youeelves. Thanking my many customers for past favors, I am, Respectfully, S. LEVY & CO., Bed,, Ky. 3E. VET. TERMS OF SALE. them to a better advantage. P f THE EXCEUENCE OF SYRUP OF FIGS only to tlio originality and simplicity o( tlio combination, but also to tho caro nnd skill with which it is manufactured by scientific! processes known to tho CAl.iroriKlX Tio Sviiup Co. only, and wo wish to Impress upon all the Importance of purchasing tho truo and original remedy. As tho gcnulno Syrup of Figs is manufactured by tho Califoiinia Fio Svnui' Co. only, a knowledge of that fact will assist ono in avoiding tho worthless Imitations manufactured by other parties. Tho high standing of tho Fio Sviiur Co. with tho medical profession, and the satisfaction which tho genuine Syrup of Figs has given to millions of families, makes tin name of tho Company n guaranty of tho excellence of its remedy. It is far In advanco of all other laxatives, as it acts on the kidneys, liver nnd bowels without irritating or weaken ing them, and it does not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get its beneficial effects, please remember the name of the Company CAM-roitti- ii duo not novel manner, says the Nashville News; "My dear Miss : I hereby announce myself as candidate for FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17. your hand and shall use all fair and honorable means to secure the nomiThe ual name of the wiiter should nation. I know there are many canaccompany each communication, to didates in the field, and I hesitate to insure publication. enter the race, but now I am In to Remittances may be made by Money Order, Registered Lets stay. My views have often been exter, Oauk Check or Draft. pressed in your hearing and need not Correspondence intended for publin be repeated here You know I favor chtion or on business connected with the gold standard of love 100 the office, to insure prompt attention, love and a maintenance of should be addressed to Tun Kiirusu- that standard after marriage. If you CAN. Tub Republican is mailed regular, decide to conter upon me the honor I ly to its subscribers until a definite seek, please fix a date for a caucus older to discontinue it is received and nil arrears are paid in full Tim Ri: with your mother. I have no objection to her acting as temporary chairruiiLlCAN is ft per cnr 11 paid in ad vance, but it not paid in advance will man of tbe permanent organization. be f per year Should the result of the caucus be satisfactory we can soon hold the priNOTHING BUT TRUSTS. maries and select the date and place of the convention. I have never believed in long campaigns so if vou deW. II. DRIGMT. cide to honor me I will ask you to make the convention date as early as There's a steel trust, an iron trust possible, Devoutedly yours." And a trust in laser beer, And there Is many another trut The following telegram answered It. To burden the glad New Year. Nomina"Caucus unneccessary, There's a milk trust, a pie trust tion unanimous. Come at once and And a trust in sparkling wine, fix date of ratification." There's a plow trust, a reaper trust, And a tiust in binder twine. Against SmallTost-Oflice cent-dollar Hartford Republican. PATRIOTIC WORDS Spoken by Gov. Taylor on Retiring As Chlof Exocutlvo of Tonnos- Soeks Rofugo In 800 Prlvato Llfo. i.s tOflSVlLLC, Kj. CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. RAN ritANCItCO, "!. SEW TOKC. N.T. DYSPEPSIA uimlcllniofrtT "For ncpNlit In Its worst form 1 could cat nothing tut mlllt toast, nnd at timet my stomach would that. Last March I oot retain and digest began tailing CASCAIUSTS and sinco then I hinu steadily Improtid, until 1 am as well as I cer ivaslnmy life."I! Mcnrnr, Newark, O. imviu Rlxycarnl en t waF CANDV CATMAHTIC tkadi uakk Risnnmo Pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Tate flood, .Do Good. Nercr blcken. Weaken. or GrlK 10c. Xc,Uo. Sltrll.f R.ailj ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ., (.,;. Cklri-- l..lmt. TrS. ill ... RHP HUIUDAu gold and all drug 6isu to CUIti: Tobacco Habit. ORDVES WARRANTED. PRICE tonic ISJUSTASCOOD FOR ADULTS. CHILL GiT.tTIA, ILLS., NOT. 10, 1!W. TASTELESS 50 eta. rarUUadloloaro., bt. loula. Mo. (lanilaaiem Wo sold last year, tXH bottles of (lUOVKfl TAHTJtl.IB CHILI. IONIC and bara boaght three iirosa already thla year, laftllourex of It yean. U tbe drug builneea, bara netar aold an article that gate such ualrersal tatla Tours truly, JacUou aa your Tonic. ABKiv.CiKS ACO, lrln. For sale by J. H. Williams. It recti with yon whither yeti fonUnoe th ivaun wuaccu uaiuia, nu'l'' iJHJr fieri gWmmWa rtunoTBtr tjMvurpirviorvoDavecOe flutist rvuuiiiiawrfjM eiucil nikkV'ET5 line, puriuti u. moon, iuii 'UD? linrei TC wauuvviii ra aWB I m V--ma" uuui lOlatl . el I TM 400.000 li.fak-.ltaidirurcu uur aVBdpQCkttv ..fTH Hi Til 11 AC from 0OOI( jour own drupglat.wbs n m 1 JSeaO-w- tl vouch fnptia Tm.km It with w11I.DatlPBtlT.uriUtftntlr On box.ll. utUavltj apu retf nn.l cureii 3boiki,4tM, trinnrn mnnatf eurllag Ufa id; U., lUtift, Benin U, Htm J til 1 1 flrTTaaantf.atfi TJ ar Jd H H mtWm SJltaejSagtSJSa1WtmMWsala 21 S fr. WS S " ' The Leading Socialists of America 20 YEAI1S IN OHIO. 250,000 Cured, iWECURESTRICTURE J .tl.mu.utl.. of )ounc on uilMIo flfc'ml many iiiiiuiiM.'loukljr 3 hey uiay havo u iwart leiifcuuou, tiuim. inmiiiif hiienm, inir Miarp cuttine join tut limes, riisiiiuii charge, ilifflculty iti codiujc tinr. lsrak orgauF, ruilitloni, nnd all tho lymj.tonu ua inroln iljltJiLht!iI!iJlJiac Hil.lC ..orioui debility thfy it Iti;. Uun't Jit doctor iciperluitn ton vim, hy i(jtt1niit itrctehi"Ct or trnrliff yiu. I till will wnt cuioj mi. ai It will rt ur Ni:V MLTJIUU 'IM.Al' Ml. NT ftljiorbi tti ititcturo tK.nct lie ico). iiio.csllicmifliiropemiaiieuMr It Cfin iim r return, Koain(iionjt7' U i enii'n from liiitmc I jlioixunlorpfiruorettreneili- luctliu iicil. fit iiu a nro nnifforatoj, t inl lit? lilt i(riuu iii'to'i rciurrj, f )t tn. 'r W f;H . 'Jh u au li of j i n; ami lnllle-u;u- l tiivu uiu iiu. ii a i Mr pi ai iiI ,ia i iini iltftlily c intinunlly rai I rj y thli fluy ra irciuiiilly uncoiiHloua l 1 I I I'lncunruc II irQ ,j nipli nid. IKIlcnil Kfl UnnkiK.", Unnatural luxhira". lull rxl he Nlenli'ioil. cl tiuerii. J'i i.r .Mcui at lA ttn lrritililllty. I.yt.hair. tnailinirr.en anllin, hunken villi ilarlt nrilo. Weak link, llcneral iJri rCHi n. I.irk Ambition, Viirii mi. rnti, etc. iii,i:i.i nni ( WECUREGLET tloctoi , ui tliey hao liu t'jcio n,i ml (linage m. uaclit t'J txt rrltnnit f luayliatliocnu.a, u I r mult family ntii ii hi: rllCUCA 'i Iirunlrrn t, t il 3 u't 5 NwlallMainlibaiemalenli'i ttiulyof 'A Uuui . I irNiiMT urMaiiniul U J MIUIIUD li!L r II ,1 Mill ii1- i Conault allo.r In tit ely cure you. Une lln wmiihI il llata r t nat I I r n nH ncej i r ir 'ol r pule. hi n't ri. CURES GUARANTEED .Wo liont VAHlciiirU. hM'lirj.lS UH T HI'llll II III IMI'ii'i:( KM IlL'l' I '. . UI II II UtlN I. hi l IIAIIll li Krt. lailNI'i m lllliAli Wa iHiViii rviinv nil ii:Hlle.e liuiiKH ' A -I nil nire 1 "II IOS-1- , There's an ice cream trust, a cake trust, A ttust in crackers and bread, And to scan the catalogue of trusts Is enough to turn one's head. There's a paper trust, a type trust And a tiust on sewing thread, And they follow you to the grave yard of infection, directly or indirectly, reWith a coffin trust when you're peated serious and expensive out- with the rankling of disappointment and chagrin in my bosom, but rather dead, breaks have occurred in Kentucky. as one who retires from labor to rest; Recently about forty cases have de- horn war to peace; from trouble to There's a nail trust and an oil trust And a trust in biscuit, too, veloped In Louisville, one at Covings happiness, And the country is simply swarrain ten, one at Nicholasville, and several "I do not retire, the somnambulist with trusts suspicious cases are reported in a of a shattered dream, but with all the mining section in Ohio county. The buds ol hope bursting into bloom and Till the air with trusts is blue. disease also exists in Cincinnati, In- all the bowers of the future ringing There's a glass trust, tobacco trust, dianapolis and St. Louis, which have with melody. I am contented with A trust on pottery as well, constant railroad connection with my lot in life. Three times I have And if it isn't too hot for them many Kentucky towns. So far the worn the laurel wreath of honor, They'll get up a trust in well. disease has been almost exclusive- twined by the people ol my native There's a butter trust, a sugar truit ly confined to negroes, a large part of State, and that is glory enough fcr And a trust In the power to skin, this race being unptotected by vacci- me. And nobody knows how many more nation, but this exemption of whites "While I believe that the good of Till the trust have all come in. cannot long be hoped for if it contin- politics outweighs the bad, yet how There's envelope trusts and other ues to spread, as nearly a third of the thorny is the path, and how unhappy white people of this State are also un- the pilgrimage to him who dares to trusts protected. That will land us under the sod, do his dntyl There are no flowers Under these circumstances it is the except a few boquets snatched ftom And all that is left for the poor man duty of this Board to warn our offi- the graves ol fallen foes; there is no Is to work and trust in God. cials and people of the necessity of happiness except the transient thrill prompt action to prevent serious local of cruel triumph, which passes like a SHOT A GHOST. outbreaks. Fortunately the prevenshadow across the heart. "Every houcst man who runs for Covorod by a Sheet, "It" Posed tion of this disease is as certain and safe as it is cheap and easy. Vaccina- office is a candidate for trouble; lor In Comotory for Nervy Man. properly done the fruits of political victory turn to tion and with reliable virus, is a sure preven- ashes on the lips. Charles Faust says he will not play tive and is entirely free from danger. "To me there is nothing in this ghost again, and Herman Carman has It should always be done by a compe- world so pathetic as a candidate. He tent physician, with clean hands and is like a mariner without a compass, proved that he is uot afraid of graveyard spectres. Both men live near instruments, at three points, an inch drifting on the tempest-tosse- d waves English town, N. J. Carman goes Into apart, on a well cleaned arm; should of uncertainty, between the smiling the village every night, and on hia be allowed to dry thoroughly before cliffs of hope and the crags way home passes a cemetery. He fre- the sleave is drawn down, and should of fear. He is a walking petition and quently boasted that he was not afraid be carefully protected from rubbing or a living prayer; he is the pack horse other injury until the sore has entire- of public sentiment; he is the dromeof ghosts Saturday night Faust determined to test Carman's bravery, bo ly healed. dary of politics. And even if he The Board advises that each city reaches the goal of his ambition, he he took a bedsheet with him to the cemetery and hid behind a tombstone. and town at once pass and enforce a will soon feel the beak of tbe vulture When Carman approached Faust drew compulsory vaccination ordinance, be- in his soul. the sheet over his head and around ginning with the colored race, but I am no longer a candidate. his body, stood erect on oae of the reaching everybody; that an isolation Never again will I be inaugurated Intombstone and, pointing a finger at hospital, and suitable grounds for its to public office. The ark of my humlocation be secured in advance; that ble public career now rests on the Carman, groaned distnaley. Carman heard the groan and saw the visiting and strange negroes be hunt- Ararat of private life, and 1 stand ou white linger, then he pulled a revolver ed out, vaccinated and kept under ob it3 peaceful summit and look down on from his pocket and fired at the form, servntion and especially that physi the receding fltod of politics. The which was an excellent target against cians practicing among negroes be ad- dove ol my destiny baft brought me vised as to the difficulty ofrecogniz j an olive branch the background of black. from happier fields, There was another groan, but this iug mild cases of small pox in this and I go hence to labor nnd to love. race, and of the importance of calling time one of pain, "I take with tuea heart full of grat"Carman, you've shot me!" cried experienced counsel in every doubtful itude and a soul full ot precious mem Faust. "Thought a bullet couldn't hur or suspicious case. ories; gratitude to the people for their Had Madison, Bell, Knox, Whitley, unwavering confidence in mej prea ghost," said Carman dryly. Thent he examined Fauntaud found the buN I.auel and Jackson counties taken cious memories of my Iriends who let had entered his shoulders. He took these precautions when advised to do have been kind and true. him home, Hie wound is not serious. so last year, thousands of dollars "The record that I have made Is an would have been saved in actual outlay ' open book to all. I am willing to ' Working Night and Day to say nothing of the far greater loss live by that record; I am willing to from interference with traffic and die by it. For whatever mistakes I The busiest and mightiest little thing travel. Under oar laws this expense may have committed, I have kept that ever was made is Dr. King's New must be met by the counties and steadily in view the honor ol the Lite Pills. Every pill is a sugar coated cities affected, and it can only be people. globule of health, that changes weakavoided or made light by proper prep"As I have already presented my ness it. to strength listlessnessinto enaration before a case appears. views on public questions in my reergy brain-fo- g into mental power. Quarantines against places infected cent message to the General AssemThey're wonderful in building u p the with stiiall.pox, the first resort ot un- bly. I deem it unnecessiry to further health. Only 25c per box. Sold by J. prepared communities, do much harm discuss them on this happy occasion; II. Williams, Diuggist. in retarding the real work to be done, happy to our new Governor; happj and, if rigidly enforced, are much to you; happy to me; happy to us all ARE Y0u"a DEMOCRAT! more expensive than the simple pre ' It only remains for me to bid yu An old nJaso reads; "There Is a place cautions advised by sanitarians every- all an affectionate and final farewell, for cuTything," and for everything to be where. No such quarantine can be In Us place, the LOUISVILLE DISPATCH and to express the prayer that the stoulU find a place In tbe borne of every established legally without the conChrist who died for love and mercy's In tho SUNNY SOUTH. Tho DEMOCRAT sent of this Board, and this consent Dispatch Is the pcoplo's paper, owned by sake will guide our chief executive will uot be given unless the circumthe people, and It always ready to fight and all who shall follow him in tbe for tbo cause of tho people. IT STANDS stances are very exceptional. paths ot peace nnd love, and biptize SQUARELY ON THE CHICAGO FLAT. Flesh and reliable virus may alI'ORM, without the aid or content of tho mem wun me spun 01 mercy, rare-wel- l, ways be had from the Henry Drug Co., Gold Hug Monopolies, and a fair comparfarewell " ison of Its news scrtlco (now being furLouisville. Vaccination from the arm nished over leased wires by the New York I.1111C lrrllnlliin to be healthy is Sun, tho Chicago Inter Ocean and tbs of a child known is the forerunner to consumption. Northern I'rcsa Association) with that of equally reliable. any other paper, will . fully verify Its This Board hold itself in readiness Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cuie Motto, "It you see It in (bo Dispatch It's Rive such strength to the to aid local boards to the full extent it, andthat a cough or a cold will not so, and If It's so It Is always In tho Dislungs patch." of it powers, but little outside aid settle there. Twenty-fivcents at ali The Dispatch also tins a staff of over will be needed it each community good druggists. For salebyZ. Wayne 300 active correspondents In tho South, and tf will l'OSITIVELY OUAHANTEE MORE will intelligently prepare to take care Griffin & Bro. .. THAN DOUBLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS of itself. Body, Marvels of tho Human of any other LouicUllo paper. Oct the Dispatch; 11 gles tbe news and tells the J, M, Mathrws, M. D President. truth about It. J.N, McCormack, M.D., Secretary. Human being nrc of all sizes, but Dally, 8 pages; Sunday, !4 pages; Week-a ly. 8 pages. We club with the Weekly the tall man is less common than the Dispatch at tho remarkably low price of ISow is short j only one man in every 208 ex, t?li3, . ceeds tbe height ol 6 feet For every A Candiaato for Matrimony. Re- foot of ftnture a man ihould weigh 36 to 28 pounds, a proportion that is not A lising politician ot Michigan rea the lot ot all men in these hurrying, cently made application for the hand scurrying days. of his kweethealt in the fo Hewing An average Mred nun weigh" 140 x "Bob" Taylor, the eloquent lectur er statesman upon reiliing from the Governor's chnir at the ejipttatton of his tliltd term as Governor ol Tenn.M see, delivered the following interest of h ing valedictory in the larne assembly of Tennessee politici ans nt the State house: "I am about to sliufll- - off this mortal coll oi politics and fl away to the heaven of my native mountains, where I may think and dream in peace, safe from the sickening sting ol unjust criticism; safe from the tal ons ot some old political vulture; safe irom tbe slimy kiss and the keen dagger of ingratitude. "I do not mean to say that all politicians are vultures or that they are all hypocrits or assassins; for the great majority of our public men are upright and honest and worthy ol the Precautions pox. confidence reposed in them by the people; yet there are black wings in Ovpick or State Board of Health 1 the political firmament, and reptiles Bowling GreiiN, Kv.,Feb. 6, 1899. J crawl and hiss in every Capitol, But, To the Officials, Physicians and Peothank God, the live thunders ot eterple of Kentucky. nal truth always clear the atmosphere, Small-pohas been epidemic in the and the heel of justice will surely mining regions of Alabama for the bruise the serpent's head. past two years, and from this center "I do not retire from this office pounds, n woman 125 pounds. Curl ously encuetl, the mean heltflit ri weight oi lunatics are below those of sane people. Another unexpected thing in tills respect is that n nrgro'B skeleton neighs 11101c than that of at, Englishman, The vitalizing power is the blood drop ol which tuttcs but twenty tw seconds to gn the lounils ol the bmij There passes through the henit onci in every tluec minutes (in nmotint this pttcioU' flui tqual to all tli t contnintd In the ImkI Tin mill MK.t tht bit (dcirrultt rtvmb M'lU hMi Mr hint .um t till'. IllC'l ,1 tltltlle I' IK fhtltll ' tllHt, till nVilllgt ept nun the hinrl t- bt Mxt Ute, the bluiKl tnivils 2117 yittd.-- In ; in titheroidt, nrvtii sixty miles an huui lCS a dn, or 61 32 year. II n man of 84 could have one single blood corpuscle floating in his blood all his Hie It would have traversed in that period no less than 5,150,880 1 1 mni-beatti- CASTORIA For Infants and Children. S CASTOR! p.lVi mm iiiLitim mi ArcGcbb!cPrcparationror Assimilating UtcToodMd Regulating the Stomachs ond Dowels of in L, ,M.;ffi The Kind You Have Always Bought on Bears the s Signature of 1V1J1 Eroinolca'DicsUoaClTCcirul-rics- and Rcst.Contalns neither OpiutnMorplilru nor Hincxal. TiOT NAUC OTIC. xovt'foua-swtxiwviKa AW J(v The Kind You Have miles. Jtfrtmmt Jit ftnAfd w far . f turn s j The average weight of the brain of the adult male is three pounds eight ounces, ot a female, two pounds fout ounces. The woman's brain begins to decline in weight after the age of 30, nnd man's not till ten years later. According to high authorities, the nerves, with their branches and minute ramificatlous connecting with the brain, exceed 10,000,000 in number. The palms ot the hand and soles of the leet are composed of cushions ol fat, in order that sudden jolts and via lent blows may be successfully resisted and no injury done to the muscles and bones underneath The muscles of which the tongue monopolizes eleven and bones of the human structure in combination are capable ot more than 1,200 different motions. The teachlngof experience indicates that accidents are far more likely to occur to the right leg or arm than to the left. Further e 'idence of this fact is supplied by the makers of artificial limbB; they dispose of many more appendages to the right side of the body than to the other Statistics show that in fifty four cases out of a hundred the left leg is stronger than the right. If a man could move his legs proportionately as fast as an ant, he would travel not farhhort of 800 miles au hour. London Mail. 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