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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r-- The Republican pud Louisville Commercial, i yeat,$t Trfe Hepubtcin and the Courier Journal, 1 year, Si The Republican and (he Toledo (O ) Blade, 1 year, $1 The.-Ipublican nnd Lousville Dispatch, t year, $1 The Republican and the Globe Detuoctat, I year, ft 35 25. 25 25 50. HiETFOED KePUBLICAE ornciu organ or The Republican is the best Aclvertis- -' Ing medium in this part of the country.'!, Fine Job Work Done onShort Notice. Satisfaction to all Customers Guarantood. ' Fine Job Work a Specialty. m nm in the fourth cokoeessiokaldistsict. Subscription $1 a year.-- ; No. 31r VOL. XI. WMIWWAXIAUXUUUWmi HAItTPOKD, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1899. LOTS OF OIL. who lived in the past, or through cry aloud with the rest, "no oil in Kentucky " We assert it firmly and positively from the knriwledgc we have.thnt there are millions ol barrels of oil in Kentucky waiting the drill Evety large new field that has ever bc-- n peraie has had these same doit ter and pullbacks the Uraoford, Pa , field lor eight years was condemned by this same cla s of men on account of the color of the 'sand, and the cry of "little wells and no oil " In the face of this "croaking" Hon. Lewis Kniery, Dr. P. Book nnd a few other large operators made n personal examina tiorf. Tbey believed there was oil; wentjto work developing, nnd soon opened the greatest oilfield the world has ever known. Again, we find this same class of "croakers" hnd con demned Ohio saying ol the northern districts, "Oil is ol low gravity." "smells bad," "can't refine It," nnd . no ns will go through blown out, I Washington county, a well drilled for I . SOLDIER LETTER. lights mutt beyou deem this will close, slmilation Alterhim; there is arc our all, what any news hopingthat if water hi 1895 struck a good dark and that will Interest your readers you chlldien being educated fat? The tovs green oil at a depth ol 106 feet, and They must are to be Mr. Courtny Says Kenthe oil still forces itself to the surface. OurCorrespondent Tells will publish it. ' Hoping this will find old Hartford hurry through and huttte for a living. In 1896, while drilling for water at How Things tucky is Rich. , on a general business boom, I wilt The girls let us believe It ure the in Fleming county, oil was The world help found in the limestone formation. AroManagod In CampSovorl- - close. Success to the G. O. P. and future Cancer often results from an im.- Quostlon Dlscussod at Opon That's what It cott America lait year meet is obsolete left behind with the RnruBLiCAN, I remain, We have given you the locations of no, Matanzas, Cuba, also purlty In tho blood, Inherited fronrFS to keep alive a disease that Is making the woman who made Eden Paradise. A. L. Hudson, the oil already lound in the sand rock, Mooting of tho Board Kcno.tlens back. Fow pcoplo ore enstrong men weak, and weak men dead. Othor Good Itoms. Constantly the 'question is being ttrcly frco from some taint in tho bloodCo. D, 3d Ky. Vol, Infantry. or the limestone formatlons,which ex Figures appalling? Yes, but the finan'of Trado. is Impossible to when cial loss don'l compare with tho loss brought up, Shall this and that be nd nnd It out In tho form tolldreaded it wilEL tend northeast and southwest actoss of break OanT vital power. Tho over present man cl Ilnrlloril A r.nnllle t'nrtafl Co. Matanzas, Cuba, February 9, 1899. ded to our public schools?' But who dor. What has nnppnrcu to bo a more1 'i the Stite, and, while we do not claim wild restless eves, twitching mouth, General oflicts, Hartlord, Ky. For The lollowlng discussion on the moving leet and tobacco tainted skin that oil will be found everywhere Editors Rhpuulican As I have seen Curdsvllle, Delaware, Ashbysburg, asked, 'Can the scholars endure any pimplo or scratch has deve l)An'l vflu think ll'l tho most mnlicuunt Onnccr. II. Ih. alnrw I. nothing of your paper since you took growth and development ot the oil in more?' They have no protcits nor along these lines, or even in every . . ... no. time to quit quit quick! quit naturally Rumsey, Calhoon, Livermore and vnmej wjiii;,! ma m, mn charge, I will beg you to please conriurtry was recently read by Mr R II petition; they must stand liVe human only a fiw ,nioiti Hi tchi'H, tint I thoiRhl wouli-county, yet it demonstrate we have B D'1 Hartford, and all intermediate points aTHiSE won pass away, i ww; 1 Trade ol Couitney belorethe Hoard oy eetcrai irrau-the oil. Another proof ol this is the tinue oiv subscription and Ecud me a on Green and Rough rivers, Steamer vessels ready to b: filled to the brim oij NOTO-BAC- . WRm Louisville. He is firm in the belief 'every week. I received it regthrsiclan3. but in snlto with mixtures of facts I pleid (rr n fact that large blocks of territory have paper of their effort the ddfc H Scioto, leaves Evansville every Monrewitalet tobacco using. In my coop, of the rlcbei-cer aprrad until ularly; before you took charge and we that Kentucky is one childhood ol the soul as well as the been leased since 1890 along developBecame a few days all destrs Is gone, your ap I anion many aiarminip kt day and Thursday at 3 p. m., arrives esil regions In the world, and produces Alter months ot m petite Is better, your blood Is purified, moderate tnsk ended at the school ed lines from Tenucssee to West Vir- Hartford bo8 miss it very much, at Hartford every Tuesday and Frl your nerves grow Strong. II Is truly J evidence to substantiate his cliiimi .'.'.') tuadlly worm. I d house. ginia by a few large oil companies, pecially over herein Cuba, where an day at p m., returning; leaves And then, you run no 2 clilod to try 8. 8. 8. Harts 3 English almanac is considered good The open meeting ol the Doard of .. wart to atroiiftl. 1 . which and they still hold their leases. On risk, lor you can buy HIMU-brimm lord Saturdays 9:30 a.m., Wednesv .ASJHMKa w iinLtin nninupni ."? Trade held last week lor the purpose der your own some ol these leases, scattered along reading. anin Clean blood means n '.clean iWfnJTd ys?i xStS' iws n nroTement Ioonumlj!, days 5. a.m. t giving Messrs. Courtney, Murray I will give you an outline ol what I beauty without it. Cascareti, Candy Catharthe lines, fully fifty wells have been DRUGGIST'S GUARANTEE. For rates of freight or passage ap- tic clean your blood and keep it clean, b four months the last lit''' and and Hoover an oppoitunity to present nil drilled, but, owing to that "peculiar can and the best I can of lazy lier tie so all dropped oftVW! authorised to Mil ply on board, or to Jas. F. Carson, stirring up tho the body, and dming da) imIrerr druntit abwlute guaruntoo how we are getting along. lltgin to , to their plan lor developing the oil fields from Ten Tears rata elAnaeao under reticence," known only to the "wildEuritiet pimples, boils, Lloklics, MacMit-ndsr , and not a sign ot the Jlseaso has returned?' to cure every form of tobacco uilnir. Company D is all right. Captain agent, Hartford, Ky. of Kentucky was largely attended and of the Marietta district, "too many cat driller," 'the public is lelt to R. K. Wiluaxi, .1 and that sickly bilioue complexion b Inl.inn Our written guarantee, freo sample of OllUburg, MUJ. ' "IXin'i andbookletcalled Casiaretn, beauty for ten cents. All drug much interest was shown throughout dry holes," and yet personal inverti-gatlon- , guess as to nearly all ol tbem the Keown and 44 ot hismen areincharge Tobacco Spit anil HrooUe Your 14fo giat, eatiafaction guarantied, 10c,23c,Uc. It is danRsrous to experiment with ot the Fort which contains the miliAway' mailed for tho Mklnr. Ad-- 1 the meeting. IMHtoHYMHmAhnrtBwtlit Bwitle followed by the drill, soon oil well plug shutting off investigaCancer. Thodi'easo Isbcyond the aldHSr i ami iiih Diivaunuiu.uiii'i wi Chlf f o, Montreal, fan . Nw York. TOJ President Mcngal presided. Alter opened the flood gates ol Ohio's great tion. tary prison, There are about 75 prisUnited in Death. j. ui pujeiuiaMS. o . o. la uiu uiiiy cuxd uecauro it is mo oniy remeuy waica oners in there and it keeps theCaptain the reading oi papers by Messrs. prolific fields. Once more this same WHY THE FIELD IS NEGLECTED. goes deep enough to reach Cancer. and his men on duty most all of the Courtney, Murray and Hoover, sever- cry, and West Virginia was held back ir- - . . Theluueral ol Mrs. Wm. Spencc.of A question now presents itself. Notice to Road Overseers. al short speeches were made and nuDel , took place McCIellandsvllle, lor twenty years with the bugbear of Why are our vast oil fields virtually time to keep everything straight. OR. R-OtoThe General inspects the prison every merous questions were asked the gen- "clinal and anticlinal rock," "salt -r H U4k last week. When tbe funeral party reIP and only pro- day aiu jm 1t'U'av a ,. ! .... m---- , r 'm i t j ATTORNEY- - AT - LA W, tlemen in regard to their plan. No water," and "deep drilling," until in- ducing about and everything has to be carried Section 43 1 1 of the Kentucky Stat- turned home supper was served.. As ....,- when 700 barrels a day, lowiibs cpuciuu is uiu umy uiuikx. roRIIHVII.I.S KKMTITC'KT. action was taken on the matter that telligent examination led to actual on in a military style or some one utes provides that the duties of the Mr. Spence was about to rise from remedy guaranteed Purely Vegetable. '. we should be producing as many Will practice bis profession in all tho rAll others contain potash gets jacked up- The General seems overseers shall be as follows: day. Mr. R. H. Couitney's paper work and upset both pre conceived the table, he fell dead. The couple ctirv tho most danzecous of and me- - . courts of Ohio ami adjoining counties thousand, and why the oil producers mineral.'was a lengthy review of the oil fields theories and falsehoods, and West well plessed with the way Captain 1 "In counties wherin the roads are had lived together for forty years were Tlnnka mi Ctniifpr nnd hlonfl tliapASMi Special atand Court ol Appeals. ignorant of the fact that we have the tention given to collections. Oflico of the country, He argues that there Virginia was numbered among the oil? First, on account ot the false hue Keown conducts his business, in fact worked by bands allotted as hereinbe- seperat;d by death for only a ftw mailed freo by Swift Specific Company AtlULilUt UCUllUt he compliments him most every time fore provided, the overseers shall have hours. are as rich oil fields in Kentucky as great oil producing States. next door to Post Office. and cry "no oil," "no sand rock," he can be lound in Ohio, Pennsylvania come out to camp. in charge of the roads aud bridges These facts most clearly prove that and second, being practical .men, they F L 1'KUX J. HDWIN HOWE. To Cnro Conitlpstlan Forerrr. Our camp is situated just in the their respective precincts, construct or in West Virginia. His paper read no General Directory. State or its territory, where oil and want a practical development of our TtVoCatcareti Candr Cathartic lOoorJJc edge ot the city limits, It is a pretty bridges and work the roads, shall It CL C. C fill to cure, drugRibts refund money. as follows: sandrock is found,shoutdbe condemn- territory. Men of Louisville, you we are being as com- summons the hands to work the roads rough In coming .before your board we ed until after statk officials. it has been tested and have it in your power; it is in your fortablycamp, but could be Governor William O. Bradley. Has a Big Family. fixed as come not sttangersbut citizens, whose asked. Evs in their precincts; superintend and proved dry by the drill. hands to open our territory, and very Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-inptoery man has been issued a cot and direct said work and keep the road interests are identified with your InHARTFORD, KY. Our own State has been held back little money will do it. What does have good tents with floors in them. Mrs. Nancy Star, of Borden, Ind,, Will practice in the Courts of Ohio terests. Your prosperity is our prosand bridges thereon free of obstrucSecretaryof State Charles Finley. the opening of Kentucky's great oil mark, and county and Court of Appeals. Prompt perity, and, so far as we can; we hope for years, snd is still held back by this There is only one battalion of our tions and in good condition for travel; has reached the Attorney General W. 8. Taylor. given to all business en to unite your effoits and influence as same hue and cry, "no oil, no sand fields means to her citizens and especis cutting her second set of teeth. She attention regiment here. The first battalion, and shall report to the neaiest Justice Auditor Samuel H. Stone. care. Office in Herald citizens with our efforts to prove to rock, and only limestone formation." ially to the city of Louisville? trusted to our with Major Saffron in command, is of the Peaca or to the County Judge Is the progenitor of three different TreawrerjGco. W. Long. building. Last year it meant to West Virginia stationed at Union, Cuba. The four any failure Commissioner of Agriculture, Hortthe world the great wealth that Ken- In i860 an effort was made to open up LIU or refusal ot any o(the generations, who.Hve In the counties IIIJL.T3 oml Statistics Lucas tucky has in her undeveloped oil- the Big Sandy and Paint creek dis over $30,000,000 for oil, andoverfn,-000,00- 0 companies that constitute the first are hands on his road to appear and do ot Scott, Clark and Daviess. There iculture! SHELBY TAYLOR, of the war was was paid directly to land Co. A, of Madisonville ; Co. G, of Moore. are altogether 150 children, grandfields. In our statements we will tricts, but on account good work la obedience to his sum Attorney at C&w, Superintendent Publics Iustruction-Ge- o. In 1S65 an oil boom was owners, labor, hotels, rentals, banks, Glasgow; Co K, of Paducah, and Co. confine ourselves closely to facts, and abandoned. mons, and the number and length of children and M". Davison. HARTFORD, KY we started in the northern and southern lumbermen, grocers, hardware, cloth- C, of Bardstown. simply ask a patient hearing, and time of such failure." Educate Tour Howell Vflth Cuicnrrta. Register Land Office Chas. Q, Will practice his profession in all the parts ol the State, and in Carter, ing and every branch of business Candy Cathartic, cura comtipatlca The second battalion, with Col. Section 4310 provides that overseers lOc.JSc. If CO. 0,HU,drugRlu refundforeer. Reynold. courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties alterwards if any member of the board Greenup, Lawrence, money. Doyd, Martin there. w'V Smith in command, is stationed at "For failure to perform the duties and Coutt of Appeals. Special atten- oi others desire tofutther Investigate, Insurance Bureau Commissionei nnd Johnson counties. From 200'to tion given to nil assignments in bank we wilt be glad to present proofs posIt meant to Ohio and Eastern Indi- Cardenas, with Co. M, oi Winchester; herein required ol them shall, for each D. W. Coraingore. Teaching Good Mannors. tuptcy. 300 wells were started, no regard be- ana over $81,000,000 for oil and over Co. B, of Bowling Green ; Co. F, oi Adii.tant General D. It. Collier. itive ot all we say. offense, be fined from five to fifteen State Librarian Miss Paul Deane Good manners cannot be learned in That you may understand some ing paid to location, and, as a result, $39,000,000 remained in the two Owensboro, and Co. L, oi Lexingtcn dollars. The fines Imposed under this M. L. HEAVRIN, Hardin. what of the oil producer and his bus- fully three fouith or more were dry or States. It means about $3oo distrib- The third battalion is commanded by section to be recovered on warrants a moment. There are certain forms railroad commissioners iness we briefly outline both. The never completed, and yet in every uted direct to citizens ot Kentucky Lieut. Col. Henry .with Co. J, of Mor- issued by and tiled before the Judge which society has agreed people must Jno C. Wood, chairman; 'r county named a lew good wells were for every well drilled to a depth oi gan town; Co. E, of Hopkinsvllle; Co. HARTFORD, KY. oil produces is irrepressible in his conform to if they wish to appear well Dempsey, H. S, Irwin, Secretary of the Quarterly Court." Will practice bis prolcsslon in all the found; but the low price otoil lack of iue.-.oyer one-thi-rd J), of-- Hartford, and Co, II, of HenSection, 4308 provides "thatjhe fis- bred, and these are ,often not at all Samuel lirown courts o( Ohio and adjoining counties business, be climbs the mountains, pipe lines, and high transportation 1,200 feet. It or one half of all the money paid for derson. The boys seem to be very cal court of any county may require all wKaftKe" natural Inclination would; , and Court ol Appeals Special atten- he penetrates the forests, he overcomes V ' COXORE3SIONAL. 0. Lindo, soon collapsed the boom. Since then oil going ditectto her citizens and re tion given to collections. Senators Hon. William well satisfied. Of course there are and removes every obstacle great or prompt one to do tinder the circummale citizens of the coundone in maining in the State. It means some who are not, but had just as ty, over eighteen and under fifty stances. Children must be taught these Bay, Hon. W. J. Deboe. small, neither storms floods, cold nor very little work has been when wealth and prosperity to thousands, Representative Fourth District well be, for Uncle Sam has got them years of 'age, except licensed minis- conventions, and we must not be beat stop him, his men are experts those counties, until recently, H. Smith. inbe employed, sometimes slow Hon. D. He has active operations were commenced in new railroads, iron tanks, pipe linen where the wool won't slip. and must surprised it they are ters of the gospel and citizens of ATTORNEY AND STATE LEGISLATURE. Johnson, Floyd and Maitln counties, and an increase in population in every COUNSELLOR AT LAW, thousands of dollars in machinery, Matanzas, under the governorship corporated towns and citles.to provide in learning them, not despair if after Senator Hon, T. G. Turner. wells as a result. Two town, in every county where oil is (notary runnc) wells, casing, tubing, tanks and other with paying of Gen. Wilson, is or will be from all themselves with necessary tools and much teaching they at times relapse Representative Ohio County Hon. HARTFORD,- - - KENTUCKY. have recently been found and more especially in the new wood-rigmaterial, and he must have territory Indications, one of the nicest cities on Implements, and to work on the pub into native barbarism. Patient per- R. C. Jarnncui. Will practice his profession in all gas in Pike county, A built eastern counties. It means un- the island when the Spanish filth Is lie roads of the county not exceeding severance in training them will at OHIO COUNTY. the couttsot Ohio and adjoining coun- to operate and new wells to keep up line has just been completed from the " told thousands of dollars to the own- all cleaned up. It was one ol the filth- two days in a week, and six days in lost produce the desired result. The CIRCUIT COURT. ties and the Courtof Appeals. Prompt bis production. wells in Mattin county to ers of many ot the large tracts oi land Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owensattention given to all business entrust-t- o A careful leading of the oil region large gas constant repetition that seems so irks iest places on the globe, when .the each year, and in cases of unusual his care. papers for the past three months will Ashland, Ky., Portsmouth, 0.,and irom which the timber has been taken. volunteers arrived here. The city and emergency the overseers may require some, combined with the bllent force boro. Hon. J. Office in Republican building. other points It means wealth to lumbermen and forts were once very fine places, but the road hands to work a greater of daily example will effect the end f I innti aliAA Edwin Rowo, Attorney convince anyone that Pennsylvania DRILLING IN EARLY DAYS. the opening ol our vast coal mines. they had been neglected and let go number ol days in any week or year. in vlew-- a well-brechild. February has no new prospective territorv, and T. II. Black, Jailor -- Hartford. V To go back a little in history, we Perry Westerfield, ' S A. Anderson, Clork that her pioduction is declining, and learn from McLnurin's "Sketches In It means to Louisville the opening of down until it will cost our govern- Any such citizens may furnish an Ladies' Home Journvl. Hartford. Rowan Holbrook, Master Commisthe same is true ol West Virginia, Crude Oil," which is a book everyone new gas fields, cheap fuel and plenty ment considerable money and hard substitute to work in his j Beaver Dam, K.y OF sionei Hartturd. while Indiaua passed months ago into shoutd read, that in Watne county of it, new industries, new factories labor to have them put in good shape. place. A day's work on the road for FREE TO MILLIONS G. B. Likens, Trustee Jury FiiBit 3., and machine shops. It means emSUFFERERS a steady decline, and there is nothing the Beatty well was drilled for salt The houses, with a few exceptions, such hands shall be eight hours. J. . Davidson, Hnrtfoid. ployment for all classes of labor It are built of stone. There are some Any one assigned to work on a public in Ohio except the limited oil pool at water in 1818, and was the first flow8. T. Stevens Sheriff Hartford. means a large increase in population, very fine buildings, which must have road who shall, without good cause, A Now Curo for Kldnoy, BladSclo, which at present keeps that SUte ing oil well In America. The next Deputies D. M. Hocker, T. H. Beafrom showing a declining production. salt well to produce oil was drilled in the coming here oi the branches ol cost a great deal of money, seen as fail to appear with proper implements Hartford, Ky., der and Uric Acid ton , aiidR. B Martin. ri.F.NTY OF OIL IN KENTUCKY. Court convenes first Monday Jit v A Will practice his profession in Ohio Troublos. the plaza, cathedral, theatrical and and do good woik thereon, after hav1829 in Cumberland county, and was the great oil well supply companies i March and August and coutinues three and adjoining counties. Special atWhere, then, can the producer find known the world over as the "Amer- with their large stores and machine numerous other buildings that I have ing been notified tor two days by the Almost everybody who reads the weeks, ami third Monday in May tention given to nil business cutrustcd a new prospective oilfield? We ans- ican rock oil well," and produced oil shops and foundries; the occupation been unable to final out what they are officer having supervision of the road, t. rso vera bcr two wecta to bis care. Office with County At- wer nowhere except In Kentucky, and to know cf Swa or by someone authorized, in writing, newspapers is sure lor many years. The third well to of the large warehouse and shops. used for. COUNTY COURT. torney. we can positively prove it produce oil was drilled in 1839 In Your office buildings now empty will we believe The streets are being cleaned every by him, to give said notice, shall, pn Jas. P. Miller, Judge Harttord. is the great medical triumph of the It E- - 3NTE3 JLJLm, It is true we have had many failures Lincoln county, and when the vein ol be filled; the rental of one or two hun day, which will be oi great benefit to trial and convictiou before a Justioe oi nineteenth century; discovered after M. S. RdL'lanJ.Clerk Hartford.? and dry holes, but no more In propor oil was struck it took fire and burned dred of your empty dwellings, your the health of the people. They are the Peace, or the County Judge, be M. L, Heavrin.Attornoy-Hartforil- ta years of untiring scientific research Hon than other States. In contradicCourt convenes hrst JMonday Ja . fiercely for several weeks. Three hotels crowded and your bank depos- bound to be more or less unhealthy, fined for each day he so tails to work by the eminent kidney and bladder each month. HARTFORD, KY. tion of this, however, gross misrepres miles northeast of the "American its double. Cleveland was the natur- lor the streets are not at the greatest two dollars and fifty cents." Will practice his profession in all aentatlons have been made by paid Kilmer, and his truly WSV .UAitlUiUI VJUlb. al center of the Northern Ohio oil over 40 feet wide with a three and one Section 4347 provides that "It shall specialist, Dr. the Courts ot Kentucky. Special at- emissaries of a few large oil compan well," in Cumberland county, a well field, Begins on tho second MondaylM, js her citizens were in a rut half foot sidewalk on each side. The be the duty of the County Attorney to wonderful powers in curing kidney, oneli but was drilled In 18(15, which flowed 900 I h. collections, settletention given to in nil ies, and also by "scalpers" In other barrels a day, and another well, six and thought the trade must come there town is laid off in blocks as our cities. make diligent inquiry as to any vio- liver, bladder and uric acid disease ment ot decedent's estates, road cases COURTOF CLAIMS. r Kidney trouble is responsible for Toledo One solid wall runs the full block, par- lation ot this law, and cause such proOffice up territory, and we are sorry to say by miles southwest of Buiksville, drilled anyway. Then and criminal practice. Convenes first Monday in January, . , more sickness and sudden deaths than and Tuesday after the second Monday stairs next door to Gridin'sdrug store. some oi the people cf our own State same year, flowed 1,000 barrels a day. saw her opportunity, pushed for the titioned off about every thirty feet, in ceedings to be instituted as are proany other disease, and Is so deceptive in uctooor Clinton county has had quite a num- oil trade, put in her capitalto develop the center of this thirty foot room is a vided herein when such violation is JNO. B. WILSON, that thousands have it without knowOTIILR COUNTY OFFICERS. Jt each side wells, one the door is a which pro the State, and as a result added -N. Moxley, Surveyor. Public Statement From ber ol good City barrelsof day for over thousands to her population and mill- door, on The doors ofare heavy and ascertained." are coming to me from ing it. Complaints window. n duced over G. 1). Royal, Assessor. Your kidneys filter your blood and HARTFORD, KY. sixty days. A good oil producing ions to her wealth. If you thing this the windows are protected by heavy all paits ol the county in regard to A Public Man Fon Rollers, School Supt, , y what they are attention given to col sand-rochas been found in Floyd account is overdtawn, visit Toledo iron bars, not only a few of them, but the bad condition of the roads and the keep it pure, that's L. W. Hunt, Coroner Snlpaar SPECIAL making abstracts, Ac. there for. You are well when your " or Stat of county in every well drilled, and it is and see her present prosperity and all ot them. A house doesn't seem failure of the overseers to work or J Ran. W. H. Ohley, springs, alio Notary Public for Ohio County. W.it Virginia, write, an open letter. over 20,000 people added to her pop- complete here it not finished that way. keep the roads in conditlan for travel, kidneys are well. C. R. Campbell, PporhouMyV,' also found in test wells drilled In Ma. Office North side ot public square. Thousands owe their health and Keeper, Hartford. V i goffin, Knott, Leslie, Clay, Laurel, ulation. Visit Parkersburg, W Va.; I have noticed about four or five frame I thelelore desire to call the attention Ciuhlxston, W. Vo,, Mar. 9, 1B98. and thouJUSTICES' COURTS. and see her great industries and more houses, but they are ready to fall at of the overseers of Ohio county to even life to Swamp-Roo- t To whom it may concern . R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, Whitley and Knox counties. In Knox T. A. Evans Court wilt be heW more csn be made well who to"I most heartily recommend county a well is producing five barrels than doubled population. Marietta, any time and are of modern type. The these plain provisions of the law and sands as ot great benefit in cases of catarrh. bejond help if at Fordaville on March 1st, June. 1st, only 620 feet, and O., is the same, and last and not least stone buildings are built of rough give them an opportunity to work day think; themselves the It Is especially beneQcial whereverAs a a day at a depth of Hartford, Ky. Swamp. September 1st and December 18th, mucous membranes are affected. stone and then plastered to a smoothe the roads and make them tree of ob they will take Dr. Kilmer's The visit Pittsburg, the present metropis in the white sand formation, B. F. Gravis Court will be held Will practice his profession in all the tonlo it certainly has po superior." Root. of Oildom, and see the great oil finish, The fatmeis through the Btructions and in good condition (or nt Btitord on March !0t Juno 29,6ef-tcmbCourts of Ohio and adjoining counties of State- - well is two years old. These actual olis W. II. Oulxt, By special arrangement with the 28 ami December 21. tests demonstrate that we have the oil well supply companies, their machine country have every thing built of stone, travel before any prosecutions are in- Collections carefully and promptly atRupublican and to piove for yourself" S. J. Wellkr Court will be rM tended to. Office with T. J. Smith and sand, and all that is now needed, shops, foundries and factories, the all outbuildings, fences, water troughs stltuted, Every road In- - the county wonderful and prompt curative nt Sulphur Springs on March 28,Jitn & C'e., Market Street, to open this great Eastern oil field Is great office buildings all occupied by and anything that we would build of shoutd be worked and put In good the " oil men. The citizens cf Louisville lumber, they build the same ot stone condition for travel on or before tie power of this great discovery every 27, September 20 nnd December 23. money and work, II. H. Taylor Court will brfbeU R. R. WEDDING reader will besent by mall, prepaid, This same rock formation extends have it now in their power to bring and (hey will last for generations to first day of May, 1899. on a Iree sample bottle and with it a book at Cromwell and March 4, Jun 10, this prosperity to our city , Will they come, Yours very respectfully, down through Pulaski, Wayne, ClinDecember 0. September 2 Swamp-Roo- t and telling more about Hartford, Ky. M, L. Hraviun, There are a great many intelligent will bo heM at W. A. RoNE-t'o- urt ton and Cumberland countks, while grasp the situation or will they suffer containing some of the thousands Centortown on February 13, May 39., Will practice his profession in all people here, but the principal portion County Attorney. Barren county, in the limestone for- It to be done by another city? upon thousands of testimonial letters August 28 and Novcbbcr 1. the courts ot Ohio and adjoining ot the wealthy business men are mation, has had several big and many counties. Also Notary Public received from sufferers cured, CITY DIRECTORY. The Spanish treat us WANTED-SEVER- AL good paying wells, and still has, we ACTWB SOLICITORS WANTED Spaniards. W. II. Batnes, Judge. Office, in Commercial Hotel, persons In this state to for "The Storv ot the with much more routtesy than Please mention that you read this the manage our business in their ownand understand, nineteen wells producing Phillnnlnes" bv Murat Halstead. J, S. R. Wedding, Attorney. H generous cfler in the Hakti'Okd Rn TOWN TItUSTKES. over fifty battels per day, Gteen oil commissioned by the Government as Cubans do. The Cubans are a treach- nearby counties. It is mainly office la. V and send your address to Dr. S. K. Cox, Ch'tu'n. Salary i'UiuicN erous set ot people. The government work conducted at home. at a shallow depth was found near Official Historian to the war Depart& Co., Blnghamton.N. Y. I. A. Tbomus, Treasurer. Bowling Green, in Warren county, ment. The book was written In army is working a great many ot tbem. straight $900 a year and expenses-defin- ite, Kilmer jno. E. Bean, Sec'y. HARTFORD, KY. II you ore already couvlnced that bonafide, nor more, no less a large oil camps at San Francisco, on the Pact They come to wotk with a big knile but the well was sold to Geo. Klein, salary. Monthly $75. References. Swamp Root Is what you need, you fie with General Metitt, In the hosWill praotico his profession In all the company and at once plugged. In pitals at Honolulu, In Hong Kong, in swung to them. They all carry a Enclose A. D. White. stamped enve- can get the regular filty-ce,. , courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Preston Morton Post No, 4, 9, Al well was struck the American trenches at Manila, in knife or dirk. The knives they carry lope. Herbert E. Hess, Pres., Dept., 1865 a twenty-barr- el Careful attention will be given to a sizes at the diug stoie or oi R, hold their regular meeting StfwSr-da- y H. OnusY. Hon. W. ColIn what is now McLean county, and the insurgents camps with Agulnal are about like our corn knives nd of M, Chicago. business entrusted to his caro. before the first Sunday in medicine dealers. Make a note of the m a has cured thousands of ob- produced and shipped oil for several do, on the deck of the Olympia with all description. lections a specialty. Office over Ohio Dr. Kilmer's month in Coutt Hall nt 1 o'cloek name, SWAMP-ROOEVIL OF stinate cases of catarrh, and is perhaps months, Meade county supplies us Dewey, and In the roar of battle at the. Notary Public Well, I could write all night and County Bank. Also W. A, Carson, Com., fall of Manila. Bonanza for agents, the only efficient remedy In existence Swatup'Root, and remember it is tu. John C Ciiaiiuisiilain, Adjt. for catarrhal diseases j but there are. with our gas, and undoubtedly is on Brlmlul of original pictures taken by then not give you but a hint ot the prepared only by Dr. Kilmer & Co., A. e. countless multitudes ot people who are the edge of an oINproductlng forma- government photographers on the different things and people. There "It yourboy's tastes are not scholarly atlll struggling with catarrh and need tion. We have well authenticated re- snot. Laree book, Low prices. are some very fine looking people you may make him miserable trying Blnghsmtou, N. Y, Freight paid. Credit help. To such as these the unqualified ports ol a well drilled in 1863 in Bojle Big profits. all trashy unofficial war here more bo In the female sex but to force a love for learning," writes think by recommendation of given. Drop Hartford, Ky. Ot Mint IM HIKlSlft All tlt UHS. Idea Wbo cmliiapl a county that was destroyed by fire, but books Outfit free. Address, P. T. we can't talk to them, they say "We Mrs. Lew Wallace In the February Wanted-- An Uoiuh UUf to.wtimll Ohley Is directed. H Bert la Uma, biruo. TutMUouj. Dn W givcil to all bushes Special attention K..M br druuuu. Ql Mnt tMakoiai tha tnav CO.. voU will go atMtaAlJOHN VrjtliDBUUURN hrln WUnttrtiAlth. Ladies Home foutnal, "He Writ Office in Court la scientific and purely vegetable. All the gas and oit burned lor several Barber, Sec'y , Star Insurance Bldg., no coraprehendo," entrusted to his care WauhlUiaOa. D. 91.KU utim van tm. ibit Well, as it Is "Tapps" now and the through tbe books, and the books ftmJiUa Jt ftMu tuuulr4 iavMttoa w druggists sell It, 15 16 t. weeks. Two miles Irom this well, in Chicago. House. BURNED .lttl CHEWED bread-winner- 5600,000,000. Ellz-tvllle- home-maker- Pimples Turn; to Cancer, m t i . f7S2. t u itti'lt DO .r "v.": 'ii ou-bo- ys 1 a a. TOIIIA. J3. y, RlnniTC y, ,.,fi - Rowe & Felix, n. four-scor- e Attorney at Law J-- r? ; t, able-bodie- 37S. R. Wedding, s ed ten-inc- h d Attorney at Law able-bodie- Attorney at Law, nip-Roo- "t. Attorney at JC&w, i.': wide-awa- ke Attorney at law k Attorney at Law s, er Attorney at Law, Attorney at Law, ed one-dolla- r 1 ' OVER-EDUCATIO- T sk Attorney at SAYlOfi J u Ivc t a, n o. -- It i,itf .. .1 - 4v it &w c Hartford - Republican, -t- . .- Incorporated. - . j?on Krr.jiRs, J.no II. Tit"Ms, J rmT(,ns' mocracy is above reproach, and by newspapers of uiujucatioiieil party fcalty ns the most wicked and outrageoua ,ftw "Pon "ie records of tho Ken- tucky Legislature. if slaves may fcaracrutl master, may wo not lear thi) many who Keks to mako us slaves? tions, there is a largo and respectable clement in tho Democratic party that will join forces with the Republicans to suppress tho Qoebel machine, for PAYMENT Of tho Pacific Railroad frankly admit that if Kentucky Democrats were united in support of we Debt Assured. LongAgltntlon Endod Unltod Statos Will Rocolvo an Enormous Amount. Washington, Feb. 20. The follow-in- g statement concerning the settlement ol the Pacific railroad obligations was made to day by the Department ofjustice. "The agreement which has been concluded between the Secretary of the Treasury, the Secretary ol the Interior aud the Attorney General, acting as commissioners for the adjust ment of the claims of the Govern merit on account of its subsidy lien against the Central Pacific and Western Pacific railroads, practically ter mtnates, so far as the United States Government is concerned, the long course of difficulty, trouble and agitation which has marked the history of the Pacific Railroad enterprise. "It will be remembered that by the bill authorizing the construction of the Pacific railroads, passed in 1S62, the United SUtes ugreed ta It milts credit to thr various Pacific railroad companies for the purpose of aiding them in the construction of aline of railway from the Missouri river to the Pacific ocean. For that purpose bonds were issued in aid ot the Union Pacific railroad to the amount ol to what was subsequently known as the Kansas Pacific to the amount of $6,303,000; to the Central Pacific to the amount of $25,885,120, and to the Western Pacific to the amount of $1,970,600. Upon these bonds without direct reimbursement, the United States paid interest Irom the date of their respective issues, so that in 1S97 there was due to the United States from the Union Pacific Railroad Company the sum ol $58, 448,223; from the Kansas Pacific, in round numbers, thesumolf 13,000,000. On the 1st ot February, 1899, there was due from the Central Pacific Railroad Company the sum of $53,389,052 and there was due trom the Western Pacific on the same date the sum ol $5,423,662. Piif.8IUi:nt Faitiik, ol France, died suddenly nt the 1'ulaco in Pana (rem an apoplectic stroke, Feb. IClli. Ho Subscription, SI por year In advnnco was ono ol tho greatest of French statesmen nnd his loss 13 a grievous ce at Hartford one to tho Republic. M. Entered at the lioubet has as tecond class mail matter. been chosen by tho Chambers of Dep-utito be his successor. Office on Fox Stroot. post-offi- cs FRIDAY, FEnRUARY 24 The Miles Court of Inquiry begau its work at Washington Monday. Tho We are authorized toannouncellon. baa a long nnd tedious taek be- 12. P. Tnrnncvln. rif TImvk laMi a court candidate fur the nomination for Red. i fre It. Several weeks may be con resentativc, subject to the action ol the umcil before He labors nre completed, He publican party. and when tho summiup up is com Mm pleted, in thccfc&riaot Ins unfortunate EXPANSION. , accusation, it is possible, will be found ' lll r,,incJ reputation of tho "General Anxious to place Tin: T,1 of ,hf aimy the 00, frce,"tc of tho expansion newspa-- ! at the head unruly member will be the cause, . '. we give our read-- 1 tiers of Kentucky, Wba, a ,esson , crs a practical demonstration of our ' '1'",K Owensboro itewngt is indig- sincerity this week by expanding from naut because tomebody haR called at- . n seven to nn eight column paper.' tcntion to the fact that Bill Goebcl Wc are expansionists from conviction, kiiIed Banker Sauford on tho streets also from necessity. f Covington some years ago. The The business men of the bounty,rcc- -' Me&unyer says the killing was done in anJ "resulted from n ogniilngTiu:RFruiiUCANasthebestise,f-(,efene- . feud of years standing." The plea ol advertising'inedium, have demanded bas,by abuse,lost respect so much of our space that we arc coin- ability and men whoso characters felled, in justice to our readers, to' warrant nn aspiration to the first office enlarge the paper. in the State are seldom parties to feuds j of years standing. The present managers took charge rem itK.i'iii.snxTATivr. m ' ' the odious election law, tho Qoebel machine, following tho lines laid down in Trimble's letter toThompson.would return Democratic majorities, regard, less of the stomp upon tho ballots. The indicatious are that Goebcl will give tbo Penny rilo Democrats n lesson in machine politics before the Democratic titate convention closes that will put them in sympathy with Rcpubli-ca- n opposition to Gocbelisni. A NEW PARTY. Tho Union Reform party is the lat est venture of the anti wealth crusaders. The new party is being organized to take tho placo of tho defunct Populist party, proposes but n pin nk in its platform the initiative of this paper tho first of this year aud On the evening of the 2iA Filipino not having bad previous experience in incendiaries applied the torch to the newspaper work, trusted to hard work city of Manila and destroyed six or seven hundred buildings, During the and an appreciative public for its night fire broke out in many places in The response of the public to the city. Thousands of the helpless our humble efforts has more than jus- - noor of the citv arc homeless as n re- tilled our trust, and in seven weeks ,ut 0f,he fire. The 083 0, ll(ewa3 the paper's subscription list has grown ' small, but the property loss is inestim more than three hundred names. Any able. The authorities will now pursue one doubting this statement is referred an aggressive campaign against the followers of Aguioaldo with the view to the Poetmaeter here who handles of a speedy termination of troubles. our entire issue. Q'he liberal patronage given our job department has forced us to employ an extra hand and wo now give'emi Tho Hartford Herald Doclaros ployment to four men, who, under the Froo Silver No Longor a skillful direction of our capable foreTost of Democracy. man, Mr. James L. Rowe, are getting The Hartford Herald in a lending out some of the neatest aod cbenpest editorial Wednesday repudiates the 1G job work overdone in Ohio county, sue-cce- aod referendum. The Union Reformers propose that no act of the legislature shall become n law until endorsed by a popular vote of the people. Whether or not in case of firo the vote of tho town shall be taken on the question, "Shall the conflagration now destroying our homes and business houses be; extinguished'' is not stated. The News Era, the Chief organ of the Union Reformer", referring to the dissolution of the Populist party says: But to make sure that our ideal the Union Reform party be not side tracked and hopelessly wrecked, it is our duty right now to learn a lesson or two from the adverse experience of former reform parties. 1. Wo should learn not to go outside of our own party for nominees. In 1880 tho Greenback party ca9t 307, .10G votes, a gain of 225,500 votes in four years. In 1885 the same party nominated for President Benjamin F. Butler, and cast 175.370 votes, a loss of 131,936 votes iu four years and that was the last of the Greenback party. In 1880, the People's party went outside and nominated Wm. J. Bryan and today the People's party is a hopeless wreck. See? 2. To be consistent, wo as a direct legis'ation parly must take some or our own medicine. That is, we must select our nominees and run our conventions on the initiative and referendum plan. To illustrate: Iu 180(3, after the notorious second term of Grover Cleveland, the Democratic parly was very Bick, and the People'sparty bid fair to take the lead. It wnsevident that something must be done or the good (for nothing) old Democratic party would surely die. So, at Chicago the Democraticconven-liobuilt its nest upon the People's platform and an irretistiblo power was brought to bear on the People's party at St. Louis. No doubt some of the People's party leaders were promised good fat appointments, in case Bryan was endorsed aud elected; at any rate, it is a matter of history that the con vention at St. Louis did endorse Mr. Brynn nnd as a result the Democratic party is still alive. Now, h.d tho rank and file of the People's party at that time the right to suggest uaraes, and had the ticket nominated at St. Louis been referred to the rank and file, it is safe to say that Mr. Bryan would not have been endorsed, and in that case the People's party, instead of being in its grave, would now be second with a good prospect of being first in 1900. n to Masonville Monday on business. Misses Rocnn and Dcnn Hudson nnd Katie Tlnsley, who had la grippe, we are glad to state that they me convalescent at tliln writing. Mr Henry Patk, of Daviess county, was in our neighborhood last week on business Mr. Henry Her, of Illinois, who has been visiting here some weeks, has gone back taking Mr. Hardin Webb with him Mr. A. Godslmw, of Beda, went to Owensboio Sunday to visit his wife v and children Mr. W. Q Parka is improving. Roy Kewcotub visited Mr. J. F Nimmo SUurday and Sunday. Mr J R.Hm'sonnndW. O Ashley went to Owensboro Monday with to bacco, Since the cold wave wheat is not looking very well. Dr. Isaac Foster, ol No Creek, was in 13edn yesterday nnd reports considerable sickness in Wardtown, Mr Jo T. Wallace always gets a hustle on himself when he gets on eld tenbrook, Mrs. Martha S. Ward who has been quite sick is improving. Suniikam. WOMEN MUST TAKE IT Thousands Rely oncPaine's Celery Compound to Keep Them Well. - In the reading matter, illustrations, general appentnnce, coloicd cover pages, and make up Here Is Something You Want! Tho National Magazines thousands of iieiv.rculcis throughout the entire country rnch month. It is distinctively n publication for the home, nnd each issue contains reading of much interest to every member of the family. With a splendid array ol Tlniply ftliiirl Mniltn, from the pens of the best American writers anil clcverc-- t artists, this certainly will please you. Mention this paperand send for n sample copy Aiitl mag-wzi- is commanding a fust place among popular titiecd periodicals, receiving llrmhl llllnlrnlnl ArllrlPk, Mrnrllr llinnlne 'lrrr ne Tio.Ai, mau.17.im:, llrilli.nl Mrrrl, iummi .linn. Joe Mitchell Chappie, Publisher. 1 111; VI "CROMWELL, KY. Feb. 20. Miss Tina Wilson has been confined to her bed for several days with typhoid fever, but is now 1w5lP Di you sufler with periodical ache!? Do you begin to complain ol headMeep-lessnest- ? 111 you In the Twice tt'Week Courier-Journtt.ii.. ... ...... All.n. ...... ..t.t!-- l tuuu iii uiij uiuvi mit:r iiuuimieu both in quality mid quantity. al 1 improving. Mr. C. S. Taylor's family has bten confined almost the entire winter with la giippe. Mr. Claude Pierce made nn extended visit some days ago to see his mother who lives in Grayson. Mr. Byron Taylor's two little girls have been very ill forn few dnys.with bronchial trouble. Mr. James Arbuckle's little girl has 104 Papers Ons Year for 50 Cents. al Courier-JournThe Twice is the rqual ot many dailies, and tho superior of all other papers. It prints moro real nens, more good class matter, more good stories, than any other. Issued Wednesday nnd Saturday. A good commission to agents. copies tree on application. Courier-Journal Sample Writoto REPUDIATED. The publishers of The feel a deep sense of gratitude to the, good people of Ohio county and else, - I "Previous patty lealty unbroken to the present is forgot"m expense to make it worthy the generten in the efloit to establish the The Ilri rrrrrlillnii nr Ihlllt State Convention of '9,5 as the and Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tast ous patronage accorded it. starting point for good Democless Chill Tonic. Never tails to cure; racy. then why experiment with worthless S. H. AsiiBniDOE was elected may' imitations? Price, 50c. "The fact is, as everybody nnd decrees of sale had foreclosure, or of Philadelphia recently by 100,' knows, Democracy existed in nil been made the administration then in its purity far decades previous to 000 majority. Obituary. 1895, and many ears of its greatpower was disposed to be satisfied est .success were passed during with a sale oi the property, which The Owensboro Mmtgert making' the campaigns of which the monLittle Herbert, the eleven months would realiz to the Government the old babe of Mr. and Mrs. Robert fight fur a redhot ey question did not enter as a M&2HEK riUYRIGHf IflQ sum of f44.ooo.ooo upon the debt due Faught, living jut above town, died If n uleasure when vntir linen i Innn. Goebel,bul its success is illustrated by j vital issue." driid to the right stave ol t flness. 'onnccount of the Union Pacific and of pneumonia, February 13th, The the fact that Ohio county, which ex- - j After referring at length to tbo Shiits.Co lus and CufT returned from the Kansas Pacific property. After little fellow had been sick only n few the campaign of 1895 and the stormy tends to within fifteen miles of our laurdry have the pristine beauty P1BH1 the accession of the present adminis- dajs when the summons came and its ol n new shirt I.eave your laundry at Me&engtr oflice, is taid to have but scenes within the Democratic party, tration, taking advantage ol the more tiny spirit nestled close under the Likens & Iler's Saddlery Shop. Cyclone one Goebel Democrat within her bor- resulting from the injection of the silFerry, Ky., prosperous condition of business and wing of the onEel of death nnd sped RICHMOND STEAM LAUNDRY ders. ver issue and the subsequent defeat of of the increase in the value oi railroad on in glad journey to the jrjweled HasruMied in on O B. Miles' F.ntire Stock tf Dry O lod.s, Notions, Boots, t'l.l.Vi: ll.ni, ACriil, llrllnl. Shoes, Hals, Caps, Groceries and Gents Kurni-hin- g the party, the Herald continues: Giods nnd has Blown securities, the Government was en throne ol the palace of God. Tin: Nebraska Ilouee of Representhe Prices Down Below I have ei laruvl and repaired inv house and "This dark chapter in political iMTiiti.MKi; Tin; oi.i abled to take apositiou which result' Thus another beacon light am now in httter position to give my cu t uier-s bargains than I huve ever tatives passed a resolution indorsing ' history could not have been the ed in its realizing out of the sale ol bten since I have been in business. I b ga i liusi uss 2', jears ngo with a Shines on the distant shore. the voles of Senators Thurston and biithplaceol true Democracy from I have incieased to $1,5 o o nnd oe the praise of same to 5150 00 stock the Union Pacific the total amount To cheer us in that awful night. any point of view." Allen on the treaty, aud declaring When I first began I s.d dt 25 nd 5 per cent, profit. I When we must cross death's ocean my customers of the principle and interest due to it, went on that way some time and reduced mv pr itits t iijand 25 percent and McKinley the greatest President since The above quotations read so much o'er. Pa- and out of the sale of the ICiusas then reduced to i2,'j per cent, and have g nnd kuOieient trade by each trana , Lincoln. Bryan should prefer charges like extracts from the editorial col- cific the sum of $6 303.000, being the action to make more money by the latter and now I propose to reduce my of treason against tho members of the umus of the Owner-Joiow- i that we j whole amount of profits again to 8 per cent. This looks small and some will tay that I can't Tho Appetitoof a Coat. its principle debt Nebraska House. hesitate to ofler them as culliugs from do this nor won t do it, but I will show my bills and do what I siy and will " against that line, a totd increases ol and Dyo Works. Best of Work also exolain why I can do it the Hariford Herald. Urey Woodson Iienviedby all poor dyspeptics $18,997,163 76 over the sum which Guaranteed. Rsasouablo prices. FIRST Bear tn mlud that I get salary enough from the railroad com- The negro, Bob Blanks, who is in houW teegrnpij ijryan that tho JIer whose Stomach and liver are out of the reorganization committee first Shipped on Tuesday aud returns pany ns agent for them and Irom the postoffice to pay all my family expenses ' Louisville jail, was to have been oWImB B0,d Ol,ti)0(iri breeches mid order. All such should know that Dr agieed tho on Thursday leave your Laundry and rent. to bid lor the two properties. hanged at Mayfield yesterday, butlMultotle,hyock,o Wl,Btreeti nt Post oflice. Havo your launBy this reduction I will gain trade sufficient that I can dis ' SECOND King's New Life Pills, the wonderful The agreement just made win the count my bills and the discount will pay the Ircight on my goods and tint dry for me. the Gov- having taken the small-poStomach and Liver Remedy, gives a Central Pacific Railroad company as them in the shelves. Lyman Williams, Agont, splended appetite, sound digestion sures beyond the slighest doubt the IN KENTUCKY. ernorhas respited bis sentence until OUTLOOK THIRD My receipts now are $400000 month nnd at taji percent. I Jl Aim dill), ky. and a regular bodily habit that lisures1 full payment oi the debt of Central ho gets well. Why not hang him now make clear $50 00 n month nnd now if I can get my trade doubled and my Kentucky Republicans never enter- - perfect health and great energy. Only i'uclfi0 and theWwtern Pacific railroid receipts run $3oo 00 a month, you see I will clear at 8 per cent . 1 61 00 and and have a private hanging without ; save my customers money and make $14 00 more myself, So you see I can (ed upon a Stale campaign under such 25 cents at any Drug Store. the expense of an inclosure? .jggregattug $58 812 715 48 This t'e t C. do what I propose. " favorable circumstances as they will ay tne 'Freemtnt 's lunded for pay 1 will pay the Highest Prices for Produce at all tlmei and want 10,000 UNION, KY. ' liVUXY honet Democrat should this year. A National Republican within receiving 3 per cent, interest i 11c- - ujr me him ui j my, nn which i win pay 2rc and 25c, one half cash nnd loe (ioebel for the enemies he administration is resulting in a period IIAItTt'Olll), KY. balance iu trade on delivery or 2 'c and 24? cash on delivery. upon the bilance remaining due Irom has m.ide Georgetown News. Health in this place Is good except .... ...nu , ,, . a 11c t of prosperity without a parallel in the ll fun; nuic iu uiiie kcuiuiv' nm Watch, Clock and Jewelry repairing What does your mirror say? flfiU ff lfl nr ItnM The virtue of that old chestnut demediately receive about $'20110,0011 Does It tell you of some little history of the country aod has just done in fust class order. Mrs. Pennie Barnard, of Liberty. of pends altogether upon the character of gray? Arc you And come and ptice my goods before buying and I will show you that terminated a successful war with who had another stroke of paralysis by the saleot the fi'St fjur nnei mi pLused? Do your friends of A fine outfit for testing eyes for the enemies, otherwise the pilgrims to you cin svr money anil ptt the Best Goods lhat jou iver bought for the ill'' same age show this loss 'small loss of life which has ndded last Monday evening is a little better turing under this agreement, which money. I have thr nicest line of Shoes and Hats that ever has been brought weak vision, etc. Don't fall lo have the ehritio ot Nero would trample up. of power also? are taken by Seyers & Co, ns an earn immense wealth and prestige to the Uacle Charles Stevens is dangerous to Barrett Ferrv. unci nt prices lhat will make them lit neat and nice. Just remember that gray nn each other in their eagerness to ap. linir never tecomes darker CalacfS tht will soon be out 01 eason must go et 3c n yard nnd values your eyes tested before buying specRepublic, while the enemy goes into ly 111, his wife who has bronchitis 1 est aud of the reliance which they have proach the holy epot. upon the ability of the contracting vithout help, while dark hair improving some. in everything tint I carry. 2 lln No 7 sugar lor fi 00 Arhuckle enfi-- nt tacles. the fight with small achievements of 'ipiuiy Becomes eray wnen Misses l.illie Stevens. Alice Plum parties to the obligot'on entered into I ire. Thanking jou for past livors nnd soliciting u continuance'ot same, I once the change begins. am, yours always ready to please. An amendment to the constitution, tuo lm9t nml BIIIallcr 1,0l)e iw he u mer, and Mr B II. Hodges, of Union, by the agreement. There is more Catarrh In this secit8 leinnB t0 battIe-w no are aitenuing scnool at Heaver prol.1hiti.1g a polygamic from holding t,lre ,0 laeI"r0 "The total result of all these tnns-- i ' tion of the country than all other dl. 1 be silver Issue upon which the Dam, report the best school they have has seat iu either houe of Congr-actions Is that out of these claims These Prices Begin February 21, 1899 and continue baUnce of the year seases put together, and until the last Democracy rallied its forces in 189(1 had at that place. few years was supposed to be incurabeen favorably reported by tho House With a few more finediys ns WP which it was once supposed would not y Committee on Klection ol Resident '"" liccn practically nbandoiicd by have had ble. For a great many years doctira the turners will be realiz- - to the Government Gfty cents W pronounced it n local aud Vice President. Thenmeudment fhe '"'"cratio prrra, awl tho anti-w- ill sowing oats and burning plant beds, on the dollar, the United States will ii N dlsenre, nnd eet with a feeble Born, tt the wife ol I W. Fulton, receive the enormous sum of $125 563, prescribed locil remedies, and by conbe proposed by Congress and un- W stantly failing to cure with local treatVnw or positive opposition in the Jan. 13th, a boy. To the wife ol Ben 959 2i -- enough to piy more than six doubtedlv ratified by the Legislature Peters, Jan. 25th a girl, and to the ra,,b ot ,hu lmrtV' ment, pronounced it incurable. of every Stale in the Union, with the wife of James Ferguson, Feb. 5th, a times over the amount due tn Spin We come In haste, not so much on ac The 1'rtom Commission bill of the girl. under fie treaty of Puis fir the Phil count ol n pressing engagement with Science lias proven catarrh to be a probable exception of one, Utah. I'. I,l,t Mr. T W Bennett visited rehtives ippine Islands " eislaturo nut only makes the nu ns I10111 the (act that we had no constitutional disene, and therefore lygamy is oue of tho ilarlcrit relics ol near Beda last week cow catchri on behind. Now that we requires conft titional treatment. barbaii-should Imve 'mocratic parly odious by illustraand long tince -- . .. Mr, Henry Shaver and wife a"d pic heie let us remind you of the lact Hill's Catarrh Cure, BEDA, KY. manufactured by tion relegated to the shades ol ob- - iB itn!i.I greed for office, but ro Mrs. Suali Westerfield, of Shinkle W vSQil V3 that I H F, J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is liem ,uo Keix'blicin party of a duty Chapel, are the guebt of C II Stev Feb 31 Prof. C K. Carson doped v111 bring back 10 your hair Jlvion. THE0. E. RECHTIN jff-Lurfithe only constit it onal cures ou the difficult tn pt form without incurring ens the color of youth. It never his school at WpjteifHd hr-- Friday, lias on hand at the present time, the market Success to the Riirunuc N, falls. It Is Just as sure as is taken A Goniki. the'l ntys "ihe Itopuli-- public criticism nnd makes the Demo. had quite an Interesting entertain- bet aisoilment ol lumbers tint can be doses fromIt10 drops to ainternally In that heat melts snow, or that R.fl F ttaspoonful. llcana fight CJoebel becaueo they fear orat'c party responsible to tbo peoplo ment. despite the rough weather the' fmnd anwhere While we think ol water quenches fire. It acts directly on the blood and nut It cleanses the scalp also Ho Foolod Tho Surgeons. He- - lor the present unsatielactory patrons turned ont In wagons, bug- him " The case is well Hated. irtsiwfmncstn it, let uh give you a few pointers on man- -' and prevents the formation of cons surf ices ol the system. They m gies and some horseback publicane fear liill friebol as the Ho- - agement ol our penal institutions. dandruff. It feeds and nouroffer one hundred dollars for any case All doctors told Renlek Himllton, of ishes the bulbs of the hair Rev W S Winkler filled his reg-- 1 feared Nero, or as tbo Cubitus iiihus itut the hulcet blot on the record of making them produce a luxuWest Jefferson O , alter suffering 18 ular appointment at the C. P Church He buys H luue q 11 iui's and in that way cn get the verv lowest price it fails to cure. Send for circulars feared Wey'or. Goebel ii a tyrant Ihe long reign of die Democralio nnrtv riant growth. It stops the and testimonials. Address, We d'l not wjnt H lime I 'I' ami we aie willing to oivlde with you. months Irom hair from falling out and gives Fistuh.he would Sunday and at night. who dues not temple to trumple under iu Kentucky is the Goebcl election l Wi wint imir t F. J. Ciienrv & Co., Toledo. O. a line soft finish 10 the hair anl will mine you prices on Stsh, I)jors, Blinds. die unless a coitly operation was per. Mr Johu Tweeddi'll and daughter tho rights ut the people to ealo law, nnd when that blackest plot ot fot as v,ell, F.oorin IVi mj Wr'h-'hi- v ng etc, Sold by Druggists, 75c. formed; but be cured himself with ure visiting Mr. ami Mrs. B M, 11 1 IkwU nn th Hilr ni Wa l Ms lust f r jMiwer. Uoelml was the political piracy ever concocted at the Halls Family Pills are the best. Sculp ninth )iu pir obitilu tit five boxes ol Buck-len'America Stive nett U..ni rwiuMt inter- - State tv.ti'o at Frankfurt, h explained author 11! h law iieslgued- -a N Ftr the next 3 days we will mke a FptcHiiy low price on entire house flu It lull ilu nut nhtflliiHlliitirf till! U the surest Pile cure on Uuth, and Miss Stella Manker, of O.ven'horn, emu: a ioi,i in om: day from the li.J (if mi ei""ll preted by Bomb Trimble, his trusted to the people the success of the ita in best Salve in the World. 25 cents a was the guest of Miss Bell Shown, Take Ilrnm'n n,ilnl., T.u ' AU.trm, ifiKinr li'Miui M M till. J. . AVJSIl to tteal eleciious. A law Jicau ticket Ua moral certuiuty. lets. All druggists reluiid- - money il box. Sold by J, H. Williams, Drug- Kinderhook, Sunday. Dealer in all kinds of Building Material. Cor 7th & Iigle, Uvansvllle, lad, 11 una in miB, 35c. 1 ne genuine by Democrats whoe De-- I tunutely for the frieuds of faireltc- - gist. Mr. R, L. Paris made a flying trip A nml lor III has L. B. Q, on each tablet. lletl I'm hi I I'lmtm, Htutl lor t'limlogiir. tl ! I where who have so liberally supported the paper and will spare no effort or t0 J i38Ueand ca,ls uPon Democrats in ..nil.. ..n I. A -- 1.1 ! .. . .. i - . 1. . proaching campaign. Lest we should be accueed , rajsrepresentatior we quote verbatim: 4 1 "These vast accumulations of principal and interest due the United States from these companies have heretofjre given great concern to the Government, it having been the common impression that the United Stet-- s would never receive anything like the full amount of its investment by way of return. Various propositions have been advanced irom the most conser vative financiers for the ndjutment ot these claims, ranging all the way Irom propositions ti settle for fiity cents on the dollar to refunding meas ures, which were intended to extend the payment for one hundred years. . "When the Government lien against the Central Pacific and Kansas Pacific had been put in process ol the pneumonia, but not dangerously ill. The cold hand of death visited on the night ol the iStn, inst., the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wise, and touched with his icy fingers, their oldest daughter, Miss Bina Wise The victim of this dark angel of death was nbout sixteen years old nnd ju-i- t budding into life's precious blossom We young people, her loving school mates and devoted friends, reali that we have lost a precious j swel that can never be replaced We also sympathize with the sorrow stricken parents, who, with careful bands and loving hearts have guided her through ihe uneven paths ot childhood, and when she had arrived at the age when pleasure and happiness are most desired, God in his infinite wis dom saw fit to call her Irom us ami take her soul to the realms ol light and glory where she will live lorever and watch the walks of her parents and friends whom the leaves behind. O. V. W. Have you already bgun to have spells of dizzinesj? Dees not constipation or dyspepsia in any cf its many form warn you of the inevitable oncoming ot general nervousness or debilitj? By all means go to your diuggist and get a bottle of the most wonders ml restorative within the reach ol womankind t day get a bottle of Paire's celery compound, and os thousands of other ailing, half despondent, sufiVring women have done before ou, nnd as thousands more must do. von vill find in its peculiar curative qu.ilit'es the womanly strength and hen th tint you desire. Take ("ante's celery compound and the liver will resume its normal functions, biliousness will disappear, the kidneys will find the relief they need; good dicetion and the proper ns'imi-latio- n of lood will begin t once, diz- zinecs and constipation will no longer trouble you, wasting nervous tissues will regain their healthy tone, the blood will clear itcll of its impurities and you will no longer fear the break-in- g down that come to so unuy women early in life. Miss Amelia Stegman, as secretary of the famous North Side Women's Club of Chicago, has been an eyewitness to the cood results that follow the use of this famous remedy. "For the pist six yens," she says, have had ample opportunity to observe the good results ob tained Irom the use ot Paine's celery compound, ns our medical advisers lrtquently prescribe it. Our member all reside at the club house, and as they arc businecs women they frequently feel the need of n remedy for building up a run down condition We have it constantly on hand. "Thinking j ou may be glad to know that Paine's celery compound is ap predated by our club women," she writes to the proprietors, "I take pleasuie in sending you this unsolici ted testimonial." Many women are in need or noth ing but Paine's celery compound to make them strong and well, and it nfter reading the many published tea timonials liotn people in every walk of life whom it has restored to health, there is the remotest doubt in anyone's mind of its unexampled efficacy, there is this be said, that after all, the best test cf Paine's celery compound is to try it. Paine's celery compound has nsver yet failed to give relief. It has made thousands of people well. i.oi'im Company, 11.1.1;, ii v. Bj a Special Arrangement You Can Get The 'I fiartford and the Twice aWeek Courier-Journ- al lioth 1 year for only $1.25. TliU is for cash eubtcriptions only. All subscriptions under this combination filer must bo sent through tho IIakti'oiiii Ki.'itiii.ican ollice. Dressing for a Sunday Dinner liR2Hr3 iV NOTICE the Benefit of the at Barrett's till ' 1 I I I fpTMirf immm GRAY? sin-ak- s RELIABLE HOPKINSYILLE STEAM LAUNDRY ' I R. Jeweler and Optician, SUTPHIN, ... QonsuliYouryA.indsAND G&eh Other e ' a H. Gr. IB. OVEIUjIZ!. ( ',nPl''t Ms I ( IIF j Ml mm h& j 'vwn.s.A,.. r mnr 1 t J I THEO. E. RECHTtN. 1 I n-- I I J Ibipiib-Lieuteoa- I 4 UHd" Jk A .1 PRICES CO DOWN! You can't loose anything is you call at Fair & Co's and look over the big stock and extraordinarily low prices offered by them. They must soon move to their new quarters. .Don't want to move the goods, hence We put cut prices in every department. 60 Dczen Ladies' Scamlos 3 c host-twworth ioc. Mit lor 25c. toe for Good Cottou Jeans, worth 'Iilack Cat" stockings for Hoys und Girls, asc- IS cnta. 5C for Gool Shirtings, worth 7c Mcu'a Suspendcm 10c' SC for Test Apron Ginghams, worth Gent's Ties ioc to asc 6 cents. Men's Linen Collars ioc. 6c tor Good Dress Ginghams, worth Gent's underwear 50c suit, worth 75 8 cents. Men's Wool Hats 25c. Good 36 Inch Bleach, no starch, 5c Remnant line Overcoats, less than White Carpet Wurp 15c. Colored cost. Carpet Warp ifiJic Men'b Suiti $2 50, worth f4 00. Good Drown Cotton by bolt, 4c. Men's Good Hoots, now $1. so, worth Good Linen Cw.li, 5c. 75 Goal Towels, too a pair. Men's Shirts, big line, 50c none less than 750 Bed Tick 36 Inch 7c. Men's Heavy Shoes $1 00. Good Heather Tick, 15c. Men's Eine Shoes. Jl 00. Men's Heavv Socks, 5c Ladles' Grain, button or lncc, shoes 1ulles' Fleeced hose loc.wnth 15c. ft. 00. Red ISC for Turkey Table Utieu t USE HE VALUES ! THAT CONVINCE Prices that will make merchandise move. There's real worth in offerings like these for hard cash. . A 1 fi flow? faking Jttoreit If it does, M investigate. Ilerc are honest goods, full value, with even an honest profit frozen out of them. DOES TT PAY TO SELL GOODS WITHOUT PROFIT? ' Rev. II. T. Crowe failed to fill his Go to Carson Dros , for apples, regular appointment here Saturday peaches, oranges, lemons, bananas and Sunday. Mr. John Jamison and family have and every think elte to be f und In n returned home niter a long visit to s grocery. friends and relatives In Centcrtown For the very best tonsoriat work, neighborhood. call on Bullington, the barber. He Mr F Hoynes, of Henderson, is has elegant quarters, the best of tools, visiting his daughter, Mrs. Mary B. and will fix you up in style. tf Wilson. Mr. Calvin Wilson went to Morgan-tow- n The Pouricr-Journa- l Almanac for last week on business. 1899, is on our table. It contains a Mr. John Strawsburger was in our mine ol valuable information North many times the fcmall price of 25 cents mldRt Sunday. Miss Annie B. Wilson visited Miss for which it may be obtained. Josie Chrlbtlxn Sunday. Three good firsSclagh WANTED Mrs Phoeba Christian who has agents to canvas and solicit orders tor enlarging portraits at Sell rotter's been on the sick list for some time is Floating Studio Call on or address slowly Improving. at once, H. O Schroeter, Hartford, Rev Henry Berch, of Shreve, was Ky 28 in our community recently working Mrs. Jnlln Renlrow, who has been in the interest ot a telephone line visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dr. Wed Ironi Shreve to Hartlord ding, of this place, lelton the steamer Anderson. Scioto Wednesday to visit her broth In Momory. er, Dr. Grlgsby, ol Petersburg, Indi ana. Cromwell, Ky , Feb 2t On Feb Mr T L Griffin, who has been in runry 18 the death nngel visited the the South for sometime nttending home of Mr Wm Wise, of District Mardl Gras, and visiting the latnilj No 2j, near here nnd laid claim to of Mr I'. M Joplin, his brother in his fair young daughter, Albina. She law, nt Jennerette, La., will return was 16 years oldand a very promising to night. home young lady. She had taken up the We pay a salary olf 15 per week and study of music a short time previous expenses for man with rig to fntro to her illness. She leaves sad hearts duce our Poultry Mixture in the coun- in her home and many friends to try. Hustlers wanted. Reference mourn her loss. May the many Address with stamp Aiikrican Mro friends of Mr. and Mrs. Wise and God Co., 124 126 Lafayette Ave., Terre be their consolers. Haute, Ind. Oh, what a sorrowful sight to behold, Mrs. Martha Rlngo went to Beaver The bright youth so pale and cold. 12. W Jackson, Dam Monday to visit her sister, Mrs. Gkrtie Taylor, I'.liza Gray. She was accompanied HETTmCoUtMAN. by bcr brother, Mr. Sam P. Duncan, who had been the Vicious Horse Injurod a Child of Morganfield, guest of Mr. B. D. Rlngo mid family OTensboro, Ky , Feb. 20. Little for several days. r Simon Loeser, the old son Mr. Charles Stevens, of near Beaver of A loeser, was sitting in his fathers Dam, is dangerously ill with a com- buggy holding a horse at the back of plication of diseases, chief among of the buggy by the bridle Suddenly which Is n spinal trouble. Mr. Stev the animal seized the child with hid ens is the lather ol Prof S. C. Stevens tfelh and lifted him almost out of the and one of the best citizens of the vehicle. county. We are very sorry to note Half of his upper lip, a pirt of his serious illness. cheek and all his lower lip, was bitt- Revs. Rubt. Danks and Edgar Mad-d- ten away making a horrible wound. first-clasfive-yeaox Rev, It. It Pate will prench the funeral ol Mrs. G. J. Ilcan at the Goshen church the 4th Sunday In April. CANE RUN, KY. IfAVAl WT Myh AKma Baking ! HELP WANTED TO REDUCE OUR WINTER STOCK Absomjxeiy "Pure pernor PotVDflt rew Makes the food more delicious and wholesome co.,t to the dining room, which posessed many good things. Our charming hostess served her delightful refresh merits in a most charming manner. n Each carried from the dining-roodainty diamond shaped souvenir. Again paper was dlsttibutcd and each had to write his name nnd fold the paper, the p.ipets were passed and the character of the supposed boy or girl was to be written nnd again folded the past Hie and future Hie were also written in like manner. The biogra. phy ol each was read and some were very funny and most ridiculous, while others told ol suicides criminals and murders. After other games and uiusenients, at 12 o'clock the party took their leave expressing to Miss Fogle their most sincere thanks for such a pleasant evening. LITERARY MISS AND SOCIAL EVENTS. - Before Spring Opens and Spring Styles Blossom! So, If there AIM AVS1W, Editor, f 0 The Woman's Club hadn't enough member) out to constitute a quorum. Miss Attye Austin spent a most enjoyable night with Mrs. S. A. Anderson last Monday night. V U anything in our stock that you want to save money on, now is iho titno to buy. The Biggest Discounts ever recorded is now taken ofTof our entire stock and tine yenr we have done the unprecedented thing of reducing Owing to the bad snowy weather the Hartlord Girls Club did not have a meeting week before last. Misses Etta nnd Lillian Thomas en tcrtalned a few friends at cards last Saturday enenlng. Iks, fruits and cakes were served, A pleasant time was reported. values where goods aio tho most salable. Do you appreciate this to the ox-tof a purchase? There is no timo tostopaud think. Act NOW. Don't let your neighbor get the cream of tho bargains when you can get goods at such low figures. Good calicoes from 3o to 5c, Nico dress and apron checked ent ! -- i 4 we tooss, you aik Visit at and us once we giuirantt-- e Yes, it does when we are going to move. Don't want to handle a dollar's worth more than possible. 4 our prices below any baited prices than may be given you. Truly, Hartford RGDUbllCan. PJ1IB Sz, CO. Farming implements of nil kinds, for sale by Henry Field & Son. Call on Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro when you desire to gtt the very best, up to date, kitchen garden seed, oi the celebrated Buist's brand. 32 Did you know that the Hopkins ville Steam Laundiy wants your hm Ily washing? Reasonable prices. Lyman Williams Aert All accounts due on subscription were transferred by Mr Anderson to the present managers who will grate fully receive the same when tendered. Field & Son have secured nn extru FRIDAY. FKBRUARY 24. Mr. U. S Carson went to Louisville Tuesday. Field's 'bus meets all trains at Beaver Dam Mr. Dan Gibbs, town Monday Rockport, was in Coroner Hunt was among our many callers Monday. Miss Stella Thomas is visiting atives in Louisville. rel- stable and now havr ample rn m to County Assessor G. Davis Royal, accommodate all their customers. Fordsville, is In town. The politest attention and the best of Mr. J B. Wallace, SulphurSprlngs, feed lor your horses, was In town Wednesday. Mr. Scott Kimmel, Ceralvo, us a pleasant call Wednesday. gave 1 Miss Kva Taylor, of near town, Is the guest of Miss Annie Fogle this week. ask your DOCTOR! Ask your physician this qucs- He will answer, "Cod-live- r Nine out of ten will answer the same way. Yet when persons have consumption they loathe all fatty foods, yet tat is necessary for their recovery and they cannot take plain cod liver oil. The plain oil dis turbs the stomach and taKes away the appetite. The dis agreeable iisny odor ana taste make it almost unen durable. What is to be done? This question was ans wercd when we first made For the btt assortments of candies, gums and fine cigars, call on Curson Bros. Prol. U. C. Barnett, ot South Car rollton, was in town the first ol the week. Miss Viola PIrtle is visiting the family of Dr J. R. PIrtle, her brother, this week. 1 f tion, "What is the one great remedy for consumption oil." I i . We are glad to see Mr. Henry Grifout sgain after his long confine raent with grip. fin Mr. C. L. Woodward, of Center town, made us a very pleasant call while in town Wednesday. f 1 fF For fresh bread at all hours, call on Wecker & Bonhomme, Proprietors ' City Bakery, Haitlord, Ky. tf The Hopkinsvltle Steam Laundry uses the "Dcz it" machine to move the rough edges off of collars. Messrs. Frank Fielden, J F. Cop-pannd John Neighbors were pleasant callers nt this office Monday. Mr, ge f EMULSION of Cod-Liv- SCOTT'S Oil with Hypo Thomas, Sulphur Springs, was the guest of his son, Mr. J. II. Thomas the first oi the L week. II I The steamer Scioto brought Carson Dros., a large shipment ot groceries. For the best goods nt lowest prices call on them, S'tuuel Rowe, Beaver Dam, lost his tight rye very suddenly the first of the week, The cause ot Mr. Rowe'a misfortune is unknown. Mr. A Democratic Mass Convention is called for the 4 th day of March to se led delegates to the Hopklosville convention to nominate a candidate for Railroad Corurui&sioner. I I I Although that phosphites. years was nearly twenty-fiv- e ago, yet it stands alone today the one great remedy for all affections of the throat nnrl Innrft The bad taile and odor have bwn taken away, the oil Itself has been partly diluted, and the most ten sltive stomach objects to It rarely. Not one In ten can take and diest the plain oil. Nine out ot ten can take SCOTTS EMULSION and It. That'i why it cures so many cases of early consumption. Even In advanced caso it brlntfi comfort and ifrcatly prolongs life. dl-e- st . SCOTT o. J ti.oo, ill druttUtt. BOWNE, Ch.mUu, Nw York. The Nineteenth Century Club met with Miss Stella Thomas last SaturCOLLEGE NOTES. day afternoon. They are now studyYou can buy a good pair of ladles' black hose for 5c, A good corset from . ing the history of the U. S. Reiresh-uient- s Two more new pupils are expected 35c to 50c. A nice pair of gloves from 10c, to 50c. Nice pair of ladies' kid were served in a very pleasing to enter school this week. manner, consisting of cake and ices Mrs. J. S. R. Wedding and Mrs. gloves in black, tan and green for 81.00, We have a small lot of ladies' and The circle will meet Saturday after Julia Renfow were welome visitors at gentlemen's heavy underwear, which we will closo out at half price. Also a noon, March 4th, with Mrs. O. M. Oeneral Exercises Friday morning. nice lino of pcrcal Bbirla which will go at half price. We aio not blowing.but Shultz. Monday morning Misses Mamie wo will save you money on your Boots and Shoes. Good pair of men's boots Mrs. O. M for 81.20 only a few pairs left. Boys' boots, sizes 12 to 2, for 81.00. Fire The Woman's Club met last Satur Ross, Jessia T. Smith, Ladies' heavy button and lace shoes Shultz and daughter, Rebecca, attend pair boys' boots, sizes 3 to 5, for day alternoon with Mrs. T, L. Griffin. 81.00. A few pairs of ladies' medium weight shoes, sizes 3, 2h and 4, to ed General Exercises. enjoyed quite an interesting They Friday evening the Adelphian Soci closo out at 75c. program also an interesting as well as pleasant meeting. The commit- ety was very much surptised (?) by a ters made agreeable as well as sur- visit from the Hypathians. Quite an prising reports to to the club. 'The interesting program was rendered, meet afternoon with Mrs. and the visitors enjoyed the evening We have only a few more overcoats left and they must be sold. We will very much. I H B. Carson. sell you a 85 one for 82.50, a 83 one for 82, a $2.50 one for 81.50. Don't Wednesday morning Misses Annie The Hartlord Girls Club met with L. Fogle and Eva Taylor were visitors wait and have to pay more for them next winter. In order to make room for our Spring Stock of Boys' nnd Men's Clothing, wo are selling the remnant Miss Jessie Glenn last Saturday after- at General Exercises. noon They report an interesting In the recent examination held, the stock of suits at half price. Don't put ofl buying, but corae at once and get meeting. Election ol officers was one tallowing persons received grades these bargains. So tbauking you for past favors and hoping to do more bust feature, Miss Annie Collins is Pre-- .i which would entitle them to first grade dent, Miss Cecile Williams, Secretary. certificate: Randolph Wedding 91, ness with you in the future, we are Miss Jessie entertained the club most per cent, Mattie PIrtle 91, M. J, afterroyally They meet 88, C. L. Patton 87, and O G are conducting a very success Purcell 86 Many more received first Knights of Honor Mooting. noon with Miss Grace Hudson. lul meeting at the Central Grove Bap grade certificates, but those mention E There will be a called meeting of Quite tist church near Centertown. The Entre Nous met with Miss An ed are among the highest. X a large number of conversion are Hartford Lodge, No. 4106, Saturday nle L. Fogle last Friday evening, Don't forget to bring us your Eggs and Feathers. We wish the energetic eve, Feb. 25, 1899 reported. several members responded at roll Dr. E Woodward, Reporter. oung ministers abundant success in call. Miss Guenther, the Secretary , A REMEDY FOH THE iheir noble work ? McNamara Roward Incroasod. v.is nb'ent on account of sickness Effects of Tobacco. chair was filled by her most her Uncle "Matt ' Blacklockdltd at the I The re worthy assistant, Miss Edna Griffin. Frankf rt, Ky , Feb 20 residence ol his daughter, Mrs Henry 1 ward of $150, oflered some days ago Mr. N K. Morris read quite a newsy ...inht... Felix, Sunday, nt the advanced age of y Gov. Bradley for the appiehension little paper, many of the productions Economical Writing Machine, h nintty one jears Mr. Blacklock was nfjohn II. ("King") McNinara, of deserve mention, but time forbids horn in 1808. and.ntter leading n long Conilnidtd on scientific prlndpUs ni y Lexington, the murderer cf lacob S Quite a lengthy program was present yj&7ff$l5k ell-I- s and useful life, sank into the pearefi cf simple pirts, it Is the most dortNc Kilmer was this afternoon Increased ed for next meeting, March 3d, when mMzhtntmsde. FepJttr bills trertdaod to sleep ol death. The Rkpuumcan of the mtnlmwn. It Is the Best Vilae Writer. to $300 The umonnt was increased up we meet with Misa Edna Griffiu. lets Its condolence to the bereaved Ask for Art CiUtogBe. n recommendation ol Circuit Judgtfter the rendition ot the program family! Watts Parker, of Fayette, from whom ind transaction ot all business, the Smith Premier Typewriter Comp&ny, The We have just received a carload oi th Governor received a personal let moiety was ndjf urned as regaided the 412 Walnut St. , Cincinnati, O. 215 5th St. LoulBvillo, Ey Harrows, Cultivators and urging such a step Plows, Each member was literary program Drills ol the bet make to be had am are prepared to save you money on Advance ltistics from the forth at once presented with a pencil hav all kinds ot machinery Call and .see of soin fa report ol State Mine Inspector nig pinned on it a poitlon tor Me coming Agent us before buying miliar quotation. The young wen Cornuck's. the King of harvesting G W Stone show that the col out- haviDg the first part ot the quotations Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would win put for Kentucky in 1898 was 3,542 machinery. were very .much excited over this and Henry Finm & Son. .nn excessive use ot tobacco, especially success in life This being conceded, it is of first importance to get your t32 tons, the hrgest in the history ot by young men Is alwaj Injurious and training at the school that stands in the very front rank, the State The year closed with ninety went from girl to girl seeing it she On account of sickness Rev tnatorUlly. undoubtedly shortens could help him In finding his missing Mr. Ed. O. Ebsen, compositor llfo the !he Bryant & Sir&lion Easiness College, s on failed to meet his lsst five companies operating, 128 mines, Ncvi, Martinez, Cat., writes; "I bare I.OUl.HVIl.r.i:, KENTUCKY. md employing 8 408 persons There portion. After securing the right regular appointmenthere. He writes seated, each given used Dr. Miles' Sestoratlre Ncrrlno and re) Seveu experienced teachers, each one a specialist In Mr. G G. Fair that he will preach were six fatalities in mines during the young lady nil were It. I was troubled ceived much benefit from SHORTHAND, his line. Graduates of this college preferred by busN at the Baptist chinch in the miming year, the smallest ever recorded ex a sheet of paper and blind folded, 15 with nervousness, dizzy spells and sleepless- TELEGRAPHY, J ness houses. Write tor a beautiful book giving Us-- . ness, caused by tho uso ot tobacco and stimminutes were given to draw the and in the evening oi 26th inst, at cept In 1896 when the number was timonials Irom graduates occupying prominent positions all over the Ner-in- e with horse, but In less than min ulants. I took Dr. Miles' 8 United States it will be mailed to you FREE. the regular hour Subjtct in the the fame. Courier Journal. good results, allaying the dizziness, utes all had finished, save one Mr. A. quletlnc the nerves, and enabling me to morning. "How to Get Rich " Subs Big Tlmbor Doal Closed. C. Taylor, by name, who kept up his sleep and rest, proving In my cose a very jtct for the evening discourse beneficial remedy." Dr. Miles' Ilcstoratlve Rtchmond,Kv.,Feb. 20. Col. Charles drawing, tor some time. The party Nervine Is especially adapted to restoring ol Sin " watch the nervous system to Its normal condition R. Smith, a real estate agent ol this gathered around him and Mr. Frank Allen and Miss Malind ed him display his talent as an under such circumstances. It soothes, heals Blacklock weie quietly married at the city, has just closed a big land deal, artist, which to say the least of, Is and strengthens. Dr. Miles' Remedies a'im... residence of the btlde near Sulphur by which 10,000 acres of mountain fine. Miss Hubbard and Mr. W. D are sold by all drugland and 40,000 white oak." and pop. H lYllie- - i gists under a positive Springs yesterday evening. Rev. S. the prizes which were very guarantee, first bottle Moore took Nervine; 'Givcns performed the nuptial cere- uiar trees oecome me property 01 a pretty. The club joined In singing benefits or money reGoods, big English syndicate The land Is Restore . mony. The groom is a popular and funded. many of the late popular airs The eases ot Book on dis.Health; the heart and deserving young man, and the bride situated in Breathett and Knox coun- young men again tound their missing nervos treo. Address, ties. The consideration was $61,500. is one ol Ohio county's sweetest and DO. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart, Ind. portion of quotation and escorted them Shoes, prettiest young ladles. The Rkpubli The timber will be cut and sawed into Cinlumber at Iivine and shipped to CAN sincerely hopes the young couple aB-fcnmay find their future lives one long cinnati. 3: sweet song. Schroeter, the leading Green river Miss Millie Ashby died at her home Photographer, is now ot Hartford I oflor Photo She Call and see his work. His near Centertown, Wednesday. be sold Buttons are the fad of the day, also of had been an Invalid for years, but the his Photos are finer than ever. busiclose Immediate cause of her death was 1899, pneumonia. of She was about 40 years ness, Tho Kidney Complexion. gloves, of age. The deceased was thedaugh The pale, sallow, sunken cheeked, ter of Mr. Geo. R. Ashby and sister of distressed looking people you so often Mts. A. D. White, oi this place. The meet are afflicted with "Kidney Comis sold. remains were laid to rest in the Wal- plexion." ton's Creek cemetery yetterday. The ol Their kidneys are turning to a par offer sale a Rp.rum.iCAN joins in sympathy to the snip color. So is their complexion crook, 30 goods relatives and friends in this their hour They may also have Indigestion, or 71 ot trouble. sutler from sleeplessness, rheumatism woods. in ex Almost every day It is reported thai ueutalgla, brain trouble, nervous is some one living In or near Hartford haustlon and sometimes the heart has small pox. These reports are acts badly. cSk The cause is weak, unhealthy kid hurtful to the business interests of the town and should not be indulged in neys. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Usually the sufferer from kidney hogsr There is no smallpox in Ohio county, but there are a tew cases, chiefly disease does not find out what the plows, trouble Is until it is almost too late, imong the negroes, in Louisville anq first symptoms are so like REruuLiOAN see the cautious city authorities there because the mild sickness that they do not think 'nay be depended on to prevent the' sale. until spread of the disease. Smdl pox is they need a medicine or a docter they find themselves sick in bed. on v t contagious until the postule plla will Dr Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t an this fact makes the control of the All W. build up and strengthen their weak disease comparatively easy For another season. Wo have three reasons for not willing to do so. and diseased kidneys, purify their mo dueised, Uidney poisoned blood, clear First Wo need the room for our sprtug stock. Second Goods do call theli complexion and soon they will not improve with age. Third We can ue the money' invested in enj iy better health. Therefore we will them to a better advantage Yiu can get the rejuUr sizes ut the dru stne, at fifty cents and one dol lar, or you miy first prove for your-s- e OUT COST f the wonderful virture of the great be strictless All discovery, 3waipRoot, by sending The following lines: Overcoats, Underwear, Flannel, Winter BooU your address to Dr. Kilmer & Co , ly six to Blugtnmton, N. Y,, tor a sample bot and Shoes, Gloves and all other Winter Goodi, This is no catch. Wc tle and a book that tells all about It, mean butineu. Cotuo, oxamiue and see for youselvea. both sent to you absolutely fiee by When writing mention that mill you real thU Itbsnl o flcr in the Hart favors, V Yard wide bleach cotton (no lime in it) at 4 he. Nico plaid cottons at 4c. Good heavy domestic at 4Jc. Nice 10-- 4 sheeting at 18o. Turkey red table linen, 16c. Plaid tablo linen, 35c. Wbito tablo linen from 25c to 75c. Good heavy shirting cottons at 7c. Bed ticking 15c, (guaranteed to hold feathers). Wo can't mention every article in our Staple De. partment, but there are bargains in it for you. Now a word in regard to our gingbame lor Jc. NOTION DEPARTMENT. 81-0- Clothifiig Department. Hot-bro- ok T. YOURS RRSPEGTPULLY. 5s CO- B- - ZOO-X-f Miles' Nervine The Smith Premier Typewriter 1 A ficismess gdae&lioxi Contra-Cost- BOOK-KEEPIN- like-resso- fa 5" "De-leuful- CLOSING OUT SALE! The entire Large Stock of Dry Clothing, Carpets, Gents Furnishings, Hats, &c, &c, of .. sz, -- 1 at public auction my entire will goods at Sulphur Springs, Ky., stock consisting of hats, Saturday, Feb. 25, jeans, clothing, hardware, etc. caps, Will continuo the sale from week to week Furtheruntil the entire stock for tract df land more I will acres at the mouth of Hall This acres cleared, the balance good bottom land. I will also sell pri vately or at public auction my live stock and iarming implements, &c, consisting of sheep, wagons, horses, mules, cattle, hay, corn, etc. cultivators, buggies, my ad. in The You will Any one giving tho day for public or wishing further information will call Springs. Tabor,. Sulphur adilress P. knowing themselves indebted to parties either by note or account will pleaso ahd settle at once. Has been moved to the RED FRONT, at and below where they will out and settle up the cost to the firm the senior member having recently died. co Ji 4 J ,V Call and Get a Bargain For these must and will be Sold Regardless of Prices &. SCH CO., We do not feelieve In parrying oocte Over AT TERMS OF SSLE. bills for than $20 will twelve months cash, $20 or more, time, with approved security. Thanking my many customors for past I am, Respectfully, CLOSE l'OHI) RlU'UUUCAN. S. LEVY & CO., Beda, Ky. njMBLi TM MW Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24. iThe teal name of the writer should accompany each communication, to may be made by Money Order, Registered Let-tc- r, Dank Check or Draft. Correspondence intended for publU cfction or'on business connected with the office, to insure prompt attention, should be addressed to TUB KWUDU-CARemittance.1) Post-OffiN, ffih insure publication. ce TKB EICELENCB OP SYRUP OF FIGS la due not only to the orlglnnllty nnd Uapllolty of the combination, but aUo to the care and skill with which It is manufactured by scientific processes kutiwrt to" the CAi.iron.MA Pio Svnur Goonlj,, njnd vq wish to impress upon all the importance of purchasing the tne-iaaoriginal remedy. As the genuine Syrup of, Figs Is manufactured by tlio CAitroiiNiA Flo Svnur-- Co. oaljr,. knowledge of that fact will assist one In avoiding the worthless Imitations manufactured by other par-tlo. Tub RlirUnucAN is malted regularly to its subscribers until a definite order to discontinue it is received and di'nrrears'arc paid in full. The Rb runucAN is $t per year it paid iu ad vance, but it not paid in advance will be $i.ss per year BAR DOCKET. Ohio CircuitCourt.March irhfllihrlistnniUng of tho Fio Spur Cq. with the medical "prof essloh, and the satisfaction which .thji genuine yrup of Figs lias jrWen to millions of families, makes of tho Company a guaranty of tho excellence of Its remedy. It Is far WadVarico of nll'other laxatives, ns Itmctfl on tho kidneys, liver and bowels without Irritating or i, and it docs not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get Its beneflcinl Cam-rort.tlthe-jiamweaken-ing'thoir- Term, 1899. W.T.OWENS, Judge. J. E. ROWE, Com'th Atfy. M. L. affects, please remember tho name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. AN ritAXCHCO, ot. WBW TOItk. N.T. LaCISTILLB. Ky. HEAVRIN, Co. Att'y. S. A. ANDERSON, Clork. Com'r. S.T.STEVENS, Shorlff. R. HOLBROOK, Pel m Z . T. H. BLACK, r4am EbMBnHB BtflMBsSB "I nufTerMltlio torture of ttifMlsiiiiifd with protruding pUci broui nt on lir constipa- i'dM tmtB Jailor. Surveyor N. MOXLEY, tion with which I tins aflilctrd for twenty jeaM. Itonncro(.sour lAMAttl 'IS In the town ot Nevtoll, la., unit never round anything y I am ntlrcly free (torn to equal them. pile and reel like a now man 3108, C II.Kkitz, 1111 Jones 6t Sioux City, la 3109, pdow CATHARTIC ..jT' Pleaiant. Palatable. Potent, Taste Good. Do Good, Nerer blckcw. Weaken, or Gripe. 10c Zxr.Suc iUtll.I Vttutlj ... CURE CONSTIPATION. fpi7. IHc,. Sltrl. 5 T.rt. ill ll ... lift Tfl Poldand unnrnnteed bjr sltttto C'UKi: Tobacco HaDlt. GRIM 5 I fe FAT APi WMSP TASTELESS CHILL TONIC X" WARRANTED. PRICE IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. Gai atia. Ills.. Not. 1C. 1W3. Paris Modlclna To., ht Ixmti.Mo. (.entlemini We told la.t rear, 008 bottles of CHILI. '10N10 nml bar CHOW. H TA8TBLK.-.aro.. already this year. In all oarsz. bo.slil llir.o 11 years. In tbo drua btnlneu. ban fc.rl.nce ot neTi r sold an article that iravo tucu unlTCinal aatle a. ,our Toulc Ion truly.. fcC( Sr.COND DAY, MARCH J. Com'th vs Wm Hayden. Com'th vs Same. 314:, Com'th vs Harlln Leisure. 3179, Com'th vs John St. Clair. 31S0, Com'th vs Same. 3183, Com'th vs Thomas Rosa. 3208, Com'th vs Ledd Farris. 3224, Com'th vs L P Whltaker. 3289, Com'th vs Hiram Stewart. 329S, Com'th vs Ellis Roach, &c. 3347, Com'th vs Tom Berryman. 3348, Com'th vs Same. 3349, Com'th vs Same. 3350, Com'th vs Same. 335'i Com'th vs Same. 3360, Com'th vs Dobbin Thorpe. 3368, Com'th vs Robert Arbuckle. 3373 Com'th vs Wesley Often. 3374. Com'th vs Robert Arbuckle. 3384, Com'th vs Robert Dehart. 3391, Com'th vs Henry Carter. 3392. Com'th vs Same. 3414, Com'th vs Elvis Blankenship. 341s. Com'th vs Same. 3427. Com'th vs Dock Knight. 3432, Com'th vs G W Kendall. 3483, Com'th vs Joshua I'ittman, 3452, Com'th vs Tom Carson. 3454, Com'th vs George A Coppajje. 3463, Com'th vs Same. 3467, Com'th vs Finley Nemo. 3470, Com'th vs George Wolfe. 3473, Com'th vs Walter Samuels. 34"Si Com'th vs Ves Greer. 3477, Com'th vs McIIenry Griffin. 3478, Com'th vs Ansel Edge. 3479, Com'th vs Alonzo Edge. Com'th vs Daviess Gravel Road Co. 3480, Com'th vs Jordon Evans. 3461, Com'th vs Shote Render. 3481, Com'th vsSim Edge. 50 cto. THIRD DAY, MARCH 8, M 3482, Com'th vs George Poole. 34S5, Com'th vs Lem Curtis. 3486, Com'th vs Same. 3487, Com'th vs Same. 3488, 3489, 3490, 3491, 3492, Com'th vsSarue. For sale by J. II. Williams. Com'th vs Same. Com'th vs Same. Com'th vs Same. vfih tlret- M1IIIK yu whether ?a conllno - t ir DUll US.IIII, W O'UAIflrt- viiiri cltiir lortobfcr.o(wiih-- a Com'th vs Same. r m M& v urn uv mwi I II unu siirttrvo uj, uiirrr fl 3 ltlUvJ tho bh lii 3493, Com'th vs Same. ! 5 IE t, 400,000 ir k J i 3495, Com'th vs Same. k from fe9 I TC f 3500, Com'th vs E A White. vrlio fllrV"XJ'yiur own di I' i hfora- - n.it S ht iSpwtUv uiflj,iorii t V Itwith 3501, Com'th vs Same. vwlll line rf5i OR B 1 I I" iljmrwi .' xi n nr t 2), rbt2 Sil '" VJ' lt itrftoiir ore r.'l, Nl lri-- 3502, Com'th vs Same. SUrll U,t kltACt, Bit ! Biw tiwftmi njwjaTi iiit nwniH 3503, Com'th vs Same. 3504, Com'th vs Same. 355i Com'th vs Same. ' H V 3506, Com'th vs Same. J ',:JHS 3507, Com'th vs Same. 3508, Com'th vs Same. r?.';;Bws n 3509, Com'th vs Same. T ; Specialists of HS.erica 3510, Com'th vs Same. 4 2U Y.A.iS IH OHIO. 351 1, Com'th vs Same. 250,000 CURED. 35". Com'th vs M Likens. 3513. Com'th vs Same. WECUREEMISSiCNS I. tlj: giii tiy; 35M. Com'th vs Same. i ait ti iie yountf oi lull it I 355. Com'th vs Same. 'lly enoo of lillK ur kk 3516, Com'th vs Same. tnwIiKl ilmm f Hiintiniiii. of iney unlit, n Iran I' r buimfc-- . uiaruea 3517, Com'th vs Same. 1 lire eb't roilul liai mti M niaucr Hb wbtll'iT ca'Kol bv tul ImMu in nutn. 3518, Com'th vs Same, r rxuul ( xcifcii, our M naturnleakuc4' 3519, Com'th vs Same. kw Mitlioil Ureit'ieut will otilluly iV CUTC1U1 3520, Com'th vs Same. WOCURL'INUKAT 3521, Com'th vs Same. ii tan Itcilrr, i unr li I u. rl lat r c on mav i - l ll (ll'd m 3522, Com'th vs Same. i, 3523i Cota'th vs Same. ir N ir .Met bml areintFafolilliuri. willt .roiU, u n 3524, Com'th vs Same. CURED 3525, Com'th vs Addie Austin. l i'.. f i it le Yiiunir !Mn- n352G, Com'th vs Same. I lifll Vil in t it In nnil ix am c.uLlo. Vo'i u - Hill, IMiMtt, 3527, Com'th vs Same. KJ anl dcenon Iruti tl h - mi t l iiuf'lt 3528, Com'th vs Same. ii"i ni ruiikcn ij il wnm uit ii' o ICMUl form anil Hit 0 3529, Com'th vs Same. tliQ lillglltcf JUUTIa: 3530, Com'th vs Warren Cuudlff. WECURE VARICOCELE 353", Com'th vs Same. n i' limy Vo matter Inw mi ti y lie,orhm l"Tij nt inn h bil tt.our OlItTII DAY, MARCH 9. l will .Ml.lll'lll 'J1U MMJ M t.. m Mini turu It. 'Hi" 'norm) 3532, Com'th vs Warren CundiO. tiormni ciauliti a i.m i""' tin thtlr b Irll rciual nrjaui rcnivo i 3533. Com'th vs Same, all ill' J.an I in nt 1 lie ' rgraut In . the 3538, Com'th vs Jack Baker. unnatural Uuitii cr I ! mi'Oiai! inanly 1' wei ttlum len(.tit. Iitit a itrnnariT (tire iiR.un 3539. Com'th vs John O'Uiian. V') M'l IM. ij 1'A.i NO t I III , 540, Com'th vs Jim Burns. No 1)1 I I.N TlilV Nil I liu.V YWj-3541, Com'th vs James Guy. CURES GUARANTEED 3543, Com'th vs Thomas Engler. ' We tr. M it anl ire IMTOllS'i'V, ' 3544, Com'th vs Same. Ol.hCT. I. Ml IhlHUlllll HIMtiim i.i.i;. Kill jl 3546, Com'th vs Dan Ilines, &c. .1 MIJM.II AMI All WII,U,1 BV tow iMNnlLTAflON 3548, Com'th vs Bud Heflin. IMiuKK 11UICIIAHUKd ft HKK. . f wille n 3550, Com'th vs Ben Rial. lUUCRVll I for a lirir-IIO.MAMK I .f UOil IU 'i illn i 355, Com'th vs Tink Hailln. DliH. 3554. Com'th vs R T Collins. 3555. Com'th vs Bill Edwards. FOURTH ST. 3557. Com'th vs Jess Balrd, &c. 122 3560, Com'th vs John O'Brlau. CINCH 3561, Com'th vs Tink Ilatliu. l tl--- ifir! iOf0rf? ij I B lNO i i r.jsflaaaas8a25JCEs H isH 1 will bo of 40 caliber nml of tbo now 1'owdcrcd typo, tlcaignetHo usosmoko it I less powder. With a muzzlo velocity May-flol- d If .. ........ Maine i ,inn j.nft 356ti, Com'th vs James Gray, Of f v,vwu leu ..... ru:uuui .....i r..i.. an ui uiiu iuiti jici .ftH..-- . ,'! n6o". Com'th va Duhfc WeitMlield 850 pound shell, Mich gun will havo an ?' 3570I cotaKf? Wtfifie1 energy of 48,000 loot tons equal to tho ffl ,4b l?loJ)firv In penetration ot four feet ot solid iron Blanks' lllnoss of Smnll-po- x Day Tho 3578S CoSlllijSalveterJroomlield. .,. nt the muzzle. Various citloBDT tho ,1 ?& Intorfores with tho Plans 35791 Coru'tn vs Forest I'oole. The builders will endeavor to have 358oi Com'th vs Riley Peach. tlnltod Statto6..,) for His Exocutlon. flMwXX.l.XVV.VVV5!VVS.-VVVVWthe new battleship ready for launch358IJcom'tlHyT6tur,l!aif.fI,' ' Always HoiiKlit, nml which luw been ing on February tho 15 ot next year, Tho Kind You Ilnvo ' Havana; Cuba., February 18 The 1 3583?CQriCtlii8XJlReiifiow. Bnli Dl.inks the ncto who his been iu iiso for over 30 yenrs, lias iiorno tho Blgimtitro 01 and Id have her ready for servico on tho 3584, Com'th vi Felix Poole. shone brightly last Wednesday tun . nml lins been iiinrto umlcr His percouGni-in the Louisville Jul tor sale third anniversary ot tho sinking of the 3585, Com'th vs Marion Likens. morning for tho first timo in several sonal Miiicrvlslon hIiico its Infancy. to undrr kftplng h Maino in Havana harbor. 3586, Com'th vs James A Boiling. days, when tho wreck of tho Uuited Allow m 0110 to dccclvo you in this. hang Feruiry 23 for n cruunal 3587, Com'th vs Clark C Stater. All Counterfeits, Iinltntloim ami Substitutes nro but Ex8tatcs battleship Maine, destroyed in Glorious Nows. will nut r txt-cit MDr-.i-l periments tlint trlllo with ami cmlniiRcr tho licnlth of 3588, Com'th vs Same. llavatm liarbur on tho evening of Febe ' Until Mi'iit- tone 1tr- M 'ttb Infants and Children Kxpcrlonce against Experiment., 3592, Com'th vs James Tally. Comes from Dr D B Circle of h count nl Ins being ffiicied with tho ruary 15, 1898, was decorated, with a -3593. Com'th vs R P Her. n in large Americau flag. At 9 o'clock the Washita, I. T lie writes: Fmr hot-ti- Mnall p'x B'nuk ItM 3594, Com'th vs Same. of Electro Bittern hat enre I Mrs half-mllop t I' r von- tun-- , di il stars and stripes wero hoisted at 3595. Com'th V9 Same i n evt-rr imp by Capt. Eaton, of tho United Urewer ofscrnlula. which hid cmied hi- - c Castorln Is a substltuto for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops 3603, Com'th vs WJ Sheffield. Jefferson c unt tto. t Tlir Is Harmless and Pleasant. It States auxiliary crui-c- r Resolute, who her great suffering for year. Terrible and Soothing Syrups. 3604, Com'th vs Same. sores would break out on her head ly received Ihe (llowin! eiter from contains neither Opium, Morphhio nor other Narcotlo with Mrs. Estcs Kathbone and Mrs. 3605, Com'th vs Wm Sheffield. destroys "Worms nml (ace, and the best doctor could Governor Bradley. ' Mr J R. Piling substance. Its ago Is Its guarantee. Dudley and ten sailors of tho Resolute 3606, Com'th vs Same Ljive no help; but her cure is complete cures Diarrhtea nml Wind and allays Fovcrlshncss. Jiler lefferson County. De.ir Sir: rowed to tbo sunken battleship. The riFTH DAY. MARCH 10. relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation Colic. and her health is excellent." This TheSnenlTot Graves county writes only others taking part Wore a battal1596, Com'th vs R P Her. assimilates tho Pood, regulates tho and Flatulency. shows what thousands have proved, me In the interest ot the State Board ion, with officers, oi tho first Maine that Electric Bitters is the best blood Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy nml natural sleep. 3597. Com'th vs Same. Health of that county, informing of Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. heavy artillery. 3598, Com'th vs Same. purifier known. Its the supreme rem- me that it would not be safe to bring An immense ropo of greens was fes- edy for eczema, tetter, salt rheum, ul Bob 3607, Com'th vs Wm. Sheffield. Blanks ou the 22d to be executed 3608, Com'th vs Same. tooned about the lighting top, each cers, boils and running sores. It stim on the 23d of this month. Please let 3618, Com'th vs Lee Her. loop hung with laurel wreaths four feet ulates liver, kidneys and bowels, ex- me know what the condition of Blanks Boars tho Slgnaturo of 3619, Com'th vs Zeke Graves. iu diameter and with red white und blue pels poisons, helps digestions builds is. and what day would be proper to 3620, Com'th vs Elsie Gray. ribbon. Tho Cuban Club, of Havana, up the strength. Only 50 cents Sold set lor his execution, in casef n re 3521, Com'th vs E D Armond. had placed an artiGcial wreath on the by J.H. Williams, Druggist. Guaranspite, or whether he can be sent there 3622, Com'th vs Fred Daniel. boat crane, and this Capt. Eaton trans- teed. on the 22d. vs R E Her. 3623, Com'th ferred to the peak ot the gall. "W. O. Bradley." SOLICITORS WANTED ACTIVE 3624, Com'th vs R P Her. Jailer l'fltnr. informed the Governor ed for "The Story of the At 10 o'clock high mass was 3625, Com'th vs Same. b'v Murat Halstead, that the condemned man could not be in memory of the Maine vic Philippines" commissioned bj the Government as taken to May field before Match 1. 3626, Com'th vs Same. the Merced church, at which Official Historian to the War Departtims in 3627, Com'th vs Sam Bratcner. Use" Maj. Gen. Ludlow and several of his ment. The book was written in army 3633, Com'th vs Hiley Simmons. staff were present. The ceremony camps at San Francisco, on the Paci 3634, Com'th vs Same. Gc with General Meritt. in the hosplt which was very impressive, was attend- als at Honolulu, in Hong Kong, in 3635, Com'th vs Ras Tilford. NEW WAY. ed by Brig. Gen. R. Emit, represent- the American trenches at Manila, in 3636, Com'th vsW J Sheffield. Maj. Gen. Brooke; Cbmniodore B. the insurgent camps with Aguinaldo, ing 3637, Com'th vs Joe Pierce, &c. WOMEN used Dew. J, Cromwell. Captain of the Port, on the deck of the Olypia with at the think " te3638, Com'th vs Ben Burgess. ey, and in the roar of battle rn ale diseases " and other naval officers, the city coun- fall ot Manila. Bonanza lor agents SIXTH DAY, MARCH II. could only be cil, the executive committee of the Brimful of otiginnl pictures taken bj 3639, Com'th vs Joe Tlchenor. treated alter "logovernment photographers on the cal elimina3640, Com'th vs Netter GiUtrap. Cuban Assembly and other members tions" by physispot. Large book. Low prices. Big 3641, Com'th vs Same. Assembly, the secretaries of the profits. Freight paid. Credit given. of the cians. Dread of 3642, Com'th vs Tom Schroader. such treatment civil departments and many officials, Drop all trashy unofficial war books. kept thousands of 3643, Cfmi'th vs Willis Harl. together with representatives oi the Outfit free. Addtess, F. T. Barber, modest women Sec'y., Stur Insutance Bldg., Chica 3644, Com'th vs Hiley Simmons. silent about their Havana fire brigade and other local go, 15 16 t. suffering. The In3645, Com'th vs Same. organizations. Many women of the of troduction 3646, Com'th vs Same. fur Htly t'ruta. Wine of Cardul has now demon better class were iu the congregation, cure makes weak Guaranteed tobacco habit of all the strated that 3647, Com'th vs Same. which crowded the edifice. This af- men strong. bluoU tmre. Wc, 1. All drucslsu. cases of menstrual disorders do 3648, Com'th vs Same. not require a physician's attention ternoon the graves nt Colon ceme. Dlscoverod by a Woman. 3649, Com'th vs Netter Gilstrap. at all. The simple, pure decorated in the presence of tery were 3650, Com'th vs I. C. R. R Co. great discovery has been Another American officials, military and naval 3651, Com'th vs Tom Beeseley. made, and that too, by a lady in this details participating. Bob Daniel. 3662, Com'th vs country. Diseases fastened its clutchWORK BEGUN ON THE NEW MAINE. 3653, Com'th vs Solomon Kahn. es upon her and for seven years she taken In the privacy cf a woman's 3654, Com'th vs Bud Gentry. Philadelphia, Feb. 18. The withstood its severest, but her vital own home Insures quick relief and 3656, Com'th vs R P Iter. of the blowing up of the bats organs were undermined and death Women need not speedy cure. vs Gasper Embry. 3657, Com'th hesitate now. Wine of Cardul retleahip Maine in Havana harbor was seemed imminent. For three months quires no humiliating examina 3659, Com'th vs Willis Harl. marked here with the beginning of she coughed incessantly, and could tions ior Its adoption, ncuresany 3660, Com'th vs Robt Dehart. disease that cor '3 under the head not sleep. She finally discovered a way work on the powerful disordered of "female troubles" 3661, Com'th vs Same. which will bear the name of the histor- to recovery, by purchasing of us a menses, falling of the womb, 3662, Com'th vs I. C. R. R. Co. bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery "whites," change of life. Itmakes ic battleship, tho destruction oi which 3663, Com'th vs Same. women beautiful by making them did much to precipitate the war with for Cansutnptlon, and was so much well. It keeps them younr; by 3664, Com'th vs Same. t relieved on taking first dose, that keeping them healthy. $1.00 at A housekeeper living in Pcnnsdalc, Pennsylvania Spain. A Copy. Attest: the drug stare. all night; and with two bottle, Maine will be built by the The new S. A. Andkrsok, Clerk, had a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very regulrlnr specltl For adVIca In uses been absolutely cured Her name direction,, address, tl'lnr smptomt. Company, and hts Cramp the " Ladles' Advisory Department. is Mis. Luther Lutz Thus nrit-- s V obstinate, but after using about one dozen cartons a, OjOl. Th Cnattinoora Medietas Co., at the company's yards at 11 o, clock Tenn. C. Hamnick & Co.. of Shelby, N C Itu Kind You Hin Aluirt tiW Bun tit Wednesday the first piece of the keel Ripans Tabules, was greatly benefited, and now only uses Trial bottles free at J H. William' W.I. ADDISON, M.DCry,MIi.,iiji: BifBltU of the vessel was laid. There was no Drug store. Regular size "1 ase Wine of Cardul eitinitlr In ef I do all I can toward recommending 50c and $1 them occasionally. myprsttleaandflndltamoiteicslitct iomahty in the proceedings, but the Every bottle guaranteed. praparttlon for famal troublis." rlHlK-N- O MO Ripans Tabules, she writes, and expect to keep them in TAT. shipyard was thrown open to the pubThat is the way all druggists sell lic nml a great cheer wsb given by the the house for future use. Am forty years old. "an Alwtri BocM Grove's Tasteless Chili, Tonic ior sp M ai Bun tit Malaria, Chills and Fever. It is simp crowd as the group nf workmen tat in k new ityU utrivi tabflm In jFr Mrtoa (vUheal Iin) It bow for Wl MM ly iron and quinine in a tasteless place the first steel piece ot the keel. VW(tniaLL Thli m anntUln(T rtcaji W Ltvl by U tttd4 for JRL' flvmii otrtonaritattbtilr) low priovi wr nudl bf Madlrur ib oor nut U lo tb ltfvaIhuiAaHu jo ecu loim. Children love It. Adults prefer Other Ooar AST, No. 10 bpruf fttrrt, Nw Turk -- or a iliurlcrun(Tftv tabclm) will b mdI tor 4t cU. Kxtam pieces of the steel keel were im. TAMtKMM MATklM t hi4 t f rocr. stMi-tmul U aurk wears. Mil it to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, Utr ttotm & Urbtr ARE YOU A DEMOCRAT J mediately hoisted and placed by the tf 50c. BEST AND MOST POPUside of the first, and thus was started An old adage reads: "Thero Is a placs LAR ROUTK TO Old Soldior' Sad Doath. what will be one of the most powerful for everything," and for everything to bo in Us place, the LOUISVILLE DISPATCH fighters of the new navy. AND WE WILL dtould find a place In the home of every -Salem, Indiana, February 18 The Maine will be a sister ship to DEMOCRAT In the SUNNY SOUTH. Tho BsSlfC ! Dispatch Is the people's paper, owned by " Green Huff was adjusting a belt in the the Ohio and Missouri, the contract the people, and Is always ready to right flouring mill of Samuel Patton, at Livprice for each of which is 82,885,000. for the cause of the people. IT STANDS ONB GALLON PINE onia, when fell into the machinery SQUARELY ON THE CHICAGO PLATis to have a speed of eighteen AND ALL POINTS IN FORM, without the aid or consent of the and his body was ground to a pulp. Sne knots with a length on load water line Gold Bug Monopolies, and a fair comparMr. Huff was sixty years old and an ison of Its news service (now being furSecurely packed in plain box. old soldier. A short time ago his son of 388 feet and a beam of 72 feet 2 nished over leased wires by the New York Absolutely pure. Quality guaranteed. Sun, tho Chicago Inter Ocean and the was killed by the accidental discharge inches. She will have a normal disNorthern Press Association) with that of placement of 12,500 tons and a any other paper, will fully verify Its of a gun. draught of 23 feet G luhee.Her bunkers Motto, "If you see it in the Dispatch it's LOUISVILLE, KY. SECOND AND MAIN STREETS. A Girl's Chance of Marriage. will be large enough to carry 2,000 so, and If It's so It is always In the Dispatch." tons ot coal, and her complement of The Dispatch also has a staff ot over A painstaking statistician has figGag Lighted Vestibuled Trains with officers, seamen and marines will be 300 active correspondents in the South, and ured out "Ihe American will POSITIVELY GUARANTEE MORE Girl's Our W. C. Hickman Nelson County Sour Mash Whisky is absolutely about COO men. THAN DOUBLE THE SOUTHERN NEWS Cale Cars, Pullman Sleepers and Free Chances of Marriage," and will preTho Maine's armament will consist ot any other LoulsUllo paper. Qet the Reclining Chair Cars to Memphis and pure and is good for all occasions. sent bis conclusion in the March Is gives tho news and tells tho Dispatch; $2 00 5 Year Old pergnllnn breach-loadin- g ch sue of The Ladies' Home Journal. of four rifles, truth aboutIt it. New Orleaus. G Year Old per gallon 2 50 He has discovered that in some States sixteen rapid-fi- re Dally, 8 pages; Sunday, 21 pages; Week-lrifles, 20 IPullman Tourist Car leaves Louis3 00 8 Year Old per gallon a girl's opportunities are much great8 pages. We club with tho Weekly guns and a Dispatch at the remarkably lovy price ot ville every Thursday uiclit, and runs 4 00 10 Year Old per gallon er than in others, and that in America mpounder, four through to California via NewOrleans 14 Year Old per gallon 500 they are greater than in many coun- few smaller pieces. The 12. inch nuns tti.t.j. and tho South Pacific Sunset Route 6 00 19 Year Old per gallon tries ot the Old World. Double berth rate from Louisville to Boxed it desired free. No charge for jugs. Full lino Imported and San Francisco only J0.C0; proportionately low rates to intermediate California Wines. Solo agent Dr. Ilouvenir JJuchu Gin, n cure for all KidI points. ney troubles; price $1.00 a quart. 3562, Com'th vs Same. 3563, Com'th vs Ras Warner, &c. I WRECK POSTPONED the f? Decorated at riavan i The Hanging of the Rapist. f,"Ha - d w-.- s - 1 ast - What is CASTORIA It It It It It -e -- GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Cfrastyx AeMo6tM In celo-brat- The KM You Have Always Bought For Over 30 Years. - THE "to So lt ii.. nine-tent- auni-vere- ary Whii Chitu-noc;- man-of-w- ar sut-slep- ivoniA. Ship-buildi- OASTOXIIA. ( 11U tor-r- ttrt sVl J , Memphis, NewOrleans .iSs'i vSiM SENDU5 W CCMH vrn 50 ' Arkansas, Mexico, Texas and California. Coon COON HOLLOW WHISKEY Hollow Whiskey simon n. jones co 12-m- ch y. CASTOR Accidentally Killed Brothor. For Infants and Children. A The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of i tZvtfg By Tho Truo Wintor Routo to California. No Blizzards, Cold Woatlior Snow Blockadoa. For particulars wnto lo J. R. Hol-li- a, Traveling Passenger Agent fori. C. R. R , Louisville, Ky. Also ask him to send you a copy of tho Southern Homo Seekers' Guide, which is replete with interesting information concerning tho Southern territory. It will be mailed to you free. On tho first and third Tuesdays of cacti month iiorno (seekers tickets are sold to Southern anil Southwestern point at Special Low Rates, good to return within tweiityioue days from r ardato of sale. Liberal "top-ove- R0SENBAUN BROS., TSUXVSHHSSlS'.'u,. JfeSrWrito for catalogue or when in the City call to see us. Ulnrui-rai- HENHY FIELD ARK RUNNING A & SON pas- i His l wtftii fuizfllFiEmMll PW " EIne ont 9 oia Rlne ,n tho new i 1 I nbuM-ci- r asosooo PA VWIPl i English, Indiana, February 18 A sad accident occurred near St. Croix, In which John Kline accldenally shot and killed Henry, his only brother. John Is about twenty, The boys were out hunting at the time. VwlliMtfvinluJ j jK$ JlagS Wfl?IiMrA e kr'nR to 'ie nevv ai"i true 'rom piney forests of Norway yu i8 Jo and from Beaver J7am. A nice Now OMNIBUS will meet all senger trains at Beaver Dam. NICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HORDES GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE RIDE.' - DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hon- ey JmrnZZ . AVI i it, Was Almost a Contonarlan. English, Indiana, February 18 A messenger from St. Croix, brlnjrs the news of the death of Patrick Lyons, aged nearly 100 years, 'BtuHlHLsssssrV II 1 . . Now is tho time to subscribe for Tho Re- publican. $1 a year in advance. fllfro I AM an YEARS OLD. any rnuii-dvuaI to lir. it'll science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Positive Cure for coughs, col ds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus Is cut out; the rated; the microbe-bearin- g cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that then is no Inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL COOD DRUGGISTS Nature's most natural remedy, improved by rangements. A. H. HANSON, G. P. A., CmoAtio, Bottles Only. 28o 59a. and $1,00 BE SURE YOU GET audtJ.wrineO 11n!ar-llunt- Slits It siv.. Quick ani.rmaD.ntrll.f liifrlpui,fiiMcouti.an4roM. Ilmun Dr. Bell's Plns-Tar-Ho- They also keep a first- class Livery and W. A. Kellond, A. G, I. A., Feed stable. Leave your order at Field's Louisville, Ky, Stable, corner Market and Union Streets. hf.t 'soiiLij .Jl 1 j.i. Al All .1.i blind njwirtiwiu. itiiuiiuuu tn uruuio piuuipuy euro will it, let us ki and all stock entrusted toir WH EO. E, RECve especial attention. Illinois. "v , -- a i. mk iinn rwluoan, liy. I stroof.-M- rs. It. A. Alttcauv, in hti.p -- For Salo by Z WAYNE GHIFF1N & BTtO. 'Al V4i-- t ur t ' t n iiii's lime i 41 "1" an-- '2 Wrl'll-'bl- l' and In that way cn ami e aie wi'llni; t n M ntuie jou prict FISU? ANb OK ,jf ,.((. t f rop'rs. DRUG CO,, mall'-toiall- km 3 i days we will mWe u Miecmuy 'Z-XIS- H&W XJiiWU' J'iJ IDTTS rLHaanM If it fails to cure go to your merchant Kennedys Kergan Kfiil lur Hit 33.3R3301 kinds of lluildlntr Mteiial Cor 7th lltt I'nlml riHtUra, Nm ! JllH We 8l AND GET YOUR MONEY BACK. will refund to him. Price 50 cts. VAN VLEET-MANSFiE- Proprietors, MEMPHIS, TENN. -"- -' ' --