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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 hao1899032401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. r The Republican end Lonlavlile Commercial, t year.f i. 25. 1 year, ji.35. The Republican and the Courier-Journal- , The Republican and the Toledo (O.l Blade, t year, $1 35 The Republican and Louisville Dispatch, 1 year, $1 35. 1 year, $t jo. The Republican and the Globe-Democra- t, Olia.'&'toln.e; DFLcvtosi. The Haeteobd Eepublicak OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TEE PART? IH The Republican is the best Advertising medium In this part of the country. Fino Job Work Done on Short Notice. Satisfaction to all Customors Guaranteed. Fine Job Work a Specialty. HE FOURTH CONSEESSIOKiL DISTRICT, Subscription $1 a year. No. 35. VOL. XI. SMMMnWM HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1899. THAT TOBACCO! COUCH 1 ' w VILLAMIL'S BONES Found Tlod In an Arm Chair In Cuban Cavo. Santiago de Cuba, Match lS. A few daya ego Gen. Leonard Wood, In the presence of Adjutant General of the Department, Col. Beacon and oth- panlon, nnd came home with a gash on his forehead. "How did you get that cut?" asked his father. "What cut, papa?" "Why, that great gash on your fore head." "I bit myself there, papa." "Bit yoursell I Why, you couldn't bite yourself on your forehead," "I got upon a cbalrtodolt.papa." Later in life Callno delivered himself oi the following bit of wisdom: "As for me, I don't care so much for the sun as I do for the moon. You see, the sun only comes after It gets daylight, when we could see just as well without It, but the moon's some use it shines at night." Early one morning, when Callno was out with his gnn, he saw a robin in the garden of bis friend Catuille. He aimed at it, but it dropped below the top oi the wall. Then Callno went into the house, crept up stairs softly, stole into Camille's bedroom without waking Camllle, who was In bed, pointed his gun out of the window at the robin and fired bang I Camllle leaped out ol bed in wild confusion and alarm. "W w why w wwhat's the matter?" "Oh, did I wake you up?" said Callno. "I pulled the trigger just as softly as I could." Boston Traveler. Seal Teaser Salt sad fault T.ir lift Awij. To quit tobacco easily and forever, b lull ot lift, nerve and vlror, tak tka wonderworker, ibatmakai wtakmta strong. All druifl.U, JOoorSI. Cuiaguaran-Ltd- . . WILL RETAIN THEM. Administration's Policy Philippines. "It is possible to state, without the slightest qualification or equivocation, that the fixed aim and purpose of the national administration respecting the Philippine Islands Is now, and, without doubt, will continue to be to retain the great Asiatic archipelago as a permanent acquisition of the United States. This Is a statement qt absolute fact; there is no conjecture or surmise about it, Moreover, it is official, and, therefore, sanctioned by highest authority. Furthermore, It may be announced explicitly and authoritatively that henceforth one of the prime objects of the administration will be to prepare the way lor the endorsement ot its position by Congress which assembles in Washlagton late in the present year, and upon which will devolve the work of enacting the legislation requisite to the establishment of civil government In the islands. In Congress other words, the Fifty-sixtwill be called upon to formulate the laws by which the Philippines are to be brought permanently under the mild, enlightened rule of this nation. Thus, Instead of the administration trusting to destiny or fate to carve out its course in the far East, it has formed a clear, deffinlte policy, which will be pursued steadfastly until its cherished object is assuredly attained. This course, the government believes, not only is the wisest and safest, but It meets with the approval of the overwhelming majority of the American people. i ri Smoke and chew, hawk arid settl Throat's almrs Irritated, coniimpuon ll started. Then comst pal, bloodless countenance, glittering, rest-le- ts eye and sver nervous movement et htnds and Test. Ii a oeelfle (or tobacco throat even II you tart want a euro. Tata a Insist now and Dior. What a relief In NO-TO-BA- C er officers, positively identified the remains of the Spanish officer discovered about four mllea west of El Morro in a cave as those of Admiral Vlllamll, who commanded the Spanish torpedo boat destroyers In the naval battle which resulted lu the destruction of Admiral Cevera's squadron. Accompanied by the officers named and by others, Gen. Wood weat in a tug to Investigate personally as to the truth of the report that the body of a Spanish officer had been lound, tied in au arm chair, at the point designated. The report proved well founded. Nearly opposite the point where the wrecked torpedo boat destroyer Pluton Ilea was found an arm chair with ropes around it, a skull, bones on the J Rutldt tin Ik. narvmie lam. make newt, tlnh MaiuI lust tha thing tor tht wtak, nenreH man to ut now and thou. Get our book; road the narvelout record ol recovery. You run no risk, tor you eaa buy under your own DRUGGIST'S GUARANTEE. KTrJ'Jiirgistta authorlted to sell under absolute guuiniM to cum every rortnor tobacco using 2ur,"ruten;oaranUo, 'roe eamploof eud book lot called "Uon t Tobacco Hplt and Brook. Your Life Away." mailed rpr tha a.Ulmr. TllK dTBRMNU RKMKI)VOO., Cblcro. Moutreal.Oan., Nw York. M Ad-dr- CA3CARET8 VSSUSSinB I..- - ATTORNEY- - AT - GL IE. Rotoy, roRDSVILLE, UCNTOt'KT. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appuls. Special given to collections. Office next door to Post Offioo. EDWIN LA W, on J. rows. V. L. PHLIX Roweds Felix, HARTFORD. KY. In the Courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals. Frompt attention given to all business entrusted to our care. Office in Herald building. Will practice SHELBY TATLOB, Attorney at lio.w, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice bis profession In all the courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals. Special attention given to all assignments in bank riiptcy, Will practice bis piolession in all the courts oi Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ol Appeals. Special attention given to collections. attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. M. L. HEAVRIN, J. S.R. Wedding, . (NOTAH.Y ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, rUDMC) HARTFORD,. . KENTUCKY. Will practice his profession In all it courts ol Ohio andadjolntng counC'URK A COLD IN ONE DAT ties and the Court ofAppeals. Frompt attention given to all business entrust Take Laxative Bronio Quinine Tab to his care. Uts. All druggists refund money if Oifify in Recuduoak building. it falls to cure- 35c. The genuine has L. B, Q. on each tablet. tf - ground and the ragged remnants of a uniform of a captain in the Spanish navy. It was evident that the buzzards had stripped the bones of flesh. It is understood heie though as to this there Is no certainty that Admiral Vlllamll was taken ashore from the Pluton in a dying condition, tied in an arm chair and the supposition is that he died on reaching the shore.the body beta? abandoned amonsr the rocks.where it remained undjscovered until a few days ago. Gen. Vlllamll, it Is understood, was wounded In his right arm and leg. Gen. Wood pnt the bones together, showing the unmistakable marks of the wounds in those places. The in vestigation was in every respect com plete. In the pockets of the coat was found the fleet countersign for June .coun tersigned by the late Capt. Ovledo Bustamente, then Admiral Cervera'a chief of staff. The arm chair, the tattered uniform and the bones, tied to gether by a hondkerchief.were carried to the tug. The identification caused a sensation among the Spaniards here as Admiral Vlllamll was one of the best known strategists in the Spanish navy and a man held in high esteem by his countrymen. Gen. Wood, through the War Department, will notliy the Sec retary of State of the finding of the re- mains, so that they can be removed to Spain if the Spanish government so desires. Pending final disposition, they will be kept at the arsenal here. Booklet and aample free. Addreii Sterling Remedy Co, Chicago or New York. ne An average man requires fifty-niounces of food per diem. He needs thirty-seveounces of water, and In breathing he absorbs thirty ounces of oxygen. He cats as much water as he drinks, so much of that fluid being contained In various loods. In order to supply fuel for running the body machine and to make up for waste tissue he ought to swallow daily the equivalent of twenty ounces of bread, three ounces of potatoes, one ounce of n "After having reached this decision, so far as they are concerned, that the Philippines ought to and shall remain for all time under the control ot the United States, the President and his cabinet considered the problem irom a social and economic standpoint. It is their almost unanimous judgment that, alter the islanda are placed upon a stable footing and civil government supplants the military rule now prevailing, their products, agricultural and manufactured, should be subject to duty at American ports in every instance that they com into competition In market with American products. In other words, it is not their idea to permit the cheap labor of the Philippines to cheapen the price of labor in the states and territories as they now exist. American labor is to be protected against the labor of the archipelago the same as it is insured against that of all foreign nations. The American artisan, farmer, planter and worklngman need not fear any reduction of the wage scale through permanent acquisition of the Philippine group, as Andrew Carnegie, com Democratic politicians pre-sentantl-expa- butter and one quart pf water. The body is mostly water. The body of a man weighing 154 pounds contains ninety-si- x pounds, or forty-siquarts of water. Ex. x Lima Irritation Is the forerunnerof consumption. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will cure it, and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there. 35c at all good druggists, tf m Koop Warm by Breathing. Attorney at Law Beavkb Dam, Ky. . Perry Westerfield, A Famous Blundoror. Attorney at Law, IIaktkord, Ky., Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining couuties. Special attention given to all business entruated to his care. Office with County Attorney. J. Davidson, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice his profession in all the Courts oi Kentucky, Special attention given to collections, settlement oi decedent's estates, road cases Office up and criminal practice. stain next door to Griffin'sdrug store. Attorney at Xaw M. Callno, the popular French simpleton, who performs in the humorous literature of France much the same function that the traditional Paddy does in English literature, has been made the subject of a grave study, In which his Innocent stupidities are carelully analyzed. He Is nothing more or less than a convenient personification nl a type of the harmless blunderer and complacent lack-w- it found in all ages and countries. In France his sayings reflect, however, something of the picturesqueness which is characteristic of the nation. Calico's blunderlngs, it seems, began at an early age. He bad not craft enough to tell a He that would hold water for a moment. One day at school he got into a fight with a com- - The simplest way to get warm after exposure to cold, says the All Hell, is to take a long breath with the mouth firmly shut. Repeat this several times until you begin to feel the heat returning. It requires a very short time to do this. It Is stated that this method of deep breathing prevents colds and a great many other ailments Ii be- and statesmen, and the gun in time. slonlsts are prophesying. The ReCongtird as Tear.. , publican patty will protect, as it ever I suflered for 35 years with a cough, has, American labor 'and industry and spent hundreds ot dollars with against the foreign. The administradoctors and for medicine to no avail tion is ready, also, and intends to aduntil I used Dr. Bell's Pine 'open door comThis remedy makes weak lungs vocate a permanent strong. It has saved my life. I. B. mercial policy in the Philippines, unRoswell, Grantsburg, 111, For sale by der which all the world will enjoy Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. ti relatively equal advantages." Tar-Hone- Attorney ail&w HARTFORD, KY. Office North side of publiosquare. JNO. B. WILSON, given to SPECIAL attention abstracts, Ac. tasking also Notary Public ior Ohio County. Has Been Greatly Benefited by Pe'in-na-. Meekison of Ohio Attorney at X,a.w HARTFORD, IVY. B. E. LEE 8IMMEBMAN, ConoTMimaa O. MeekUon of Ohio, writ tit following UtUr to Or. Hartmaau Will practice his profession, in all the tle of a Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties fited thereby. Collections carefully and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith &Oe., Market Street. Dr. S. B. Jlartman, Columhut, O. Dear 8m: I hare used several bot- and feel greatly beneI hava been afflicted. Hartford, Ky. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining Also Notary Public oounties. Office, in Commercial Hotel. Attorney at Law, R. R. WEDDING Attorney at Law, HARTFORD, KY. 3 Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Careful attention will be given to a Colbusiness entrusted, to his care. lections a specialty. Office over Ohio County Bank, Also Notary Public. Hon. D. with catarrh of the koad and fool ea Hraxuo. 9, like this for Dr. Harttaaa'a greas oatarrh remedy, prove it value beyond question. Men of prominence) Terywhex axe rooognUtag the merit of Ky. ITaiitkobd, and ax willing to git expresSpecial attention given to all business sion to their Judgment because a certain, entrusted to bis care. Office in Court absolute euro for oatarrh la a publla good. All druggist soil House. Fe-ru-- syu,,eivs Attorney at a. e. couraged to boiler that continued u pf will fully eradicate at disease of thirty year' atandlog. Tours sincerely, D. MEEKISON. ThjeaMaud receipt of endorea-Eoen- U March 10. Here I am once more, but not much news this time. We, I mean our boys of course, are all well times a day while your mother rests." and still awaiting orders to come back One ot our rabbit hunters sent ten to the State. Things seem to be right. cents to find out how to keep a gnn the reverse irom what it was when I from scattering. This receipt prompt wrote before, that is, It seems now ly came back: "Don't shoot it. "Ex. that the 3d Ky. may be one of the last volunteer regiments to leave Cuba, as Questions for thoTax-Payo- rs the 13th N. Yt has orders to leave by nnd Voters to Answer. the 19th ot this month, and it is said that the 8th Mass. will be the next Roalne, Ky., March 18. Is it right regiment to follow them, but from all to build churches to save men aad at reports all the volunteer regiments the same time license shops that de- will leave this patt of the Island as stroy them? soon as the war department can get Is it right to license a man to sell enough regulars here to properly take that which will make a man drunk care of things. and then punish the man for being Some of our boys have in applicadrunk? tions lor discbarges, that Is, some oi Is It right to license a man to make our company from Eastern Kentucky. paupers and then tax sober men to One oi them received a letter from take care of them? Congressmen Pugh yesterday, notify Is It right to license a saloon to ing him that there would be no more teach vice and thea tax people for discharges granted to soldiers now schools to teach virtue? serving In the 3d Ky. regiment as he Is it right to teach your boy not to had consulted with the proper officials drink and then vote to license a place of the War Department and was told where he may be taught to drink? that the 3d Ky. would be mustered Is it right to tesch your boys to be out in a thoit time. Most all of the honest and then vote tolicense a place boys seem anxious to get back to the where he may be taught to gamble? United States. Is It right to leach a boy to restrain Company D Is yetting their share his passions and then vote tolicense of duty as the boys only get off one a place where his worst passions will day out of every five. It Is all guard be Inflamed? duty, they stand gnard 34 hours, ou Is It right to take care of your own two and off four and the next 34 hours boy and vote to license a place which they are on fatigue guard guarding will ruin your neighbor's boy? prisoners while they ore out at work, Is it right for you to go to the polls they take about fifty of them out nt and vote without bavlug studied these 7 o'clock a. m. and come in at 1 1 carefully? questions seriously and o'clock, go out again at 1 p. m. and m can make more sinners A come In at four. They get a pas ten preachers can on one Sunday than every fifth day to visit the city. The B.. convert In 1 year. duty la some lighter on the boys now . as three otour company who were Tb Beat 1'rMcrlptlon for Chill. Fever is a bottle of Grove's Tast- - left In Columbus, Ga., oa provost less Chill Tonic. Never falls to cure; guard came to us a few days ago. It then why experiment with worthless seems that when they want things properly guarded they call on Co, D, Imitations? Price, 50c. bar-roo- A Murray girl recently sent twenty-fivcents to a Chicago advertiser for a receipt to whiten and keep the bands soft and received tlie following reply: "Soak them well In dishwater three e MATANZAS, CUBA. sd at Hartford every Tuesday and Friday at 3 p.m., returning leaves Harts ford Saturdays 9:30 a.'m., WednesAmerican Soldlors Llko Llfo days 5. a.m. In tho Philippines. For rates of freight or passage aps ply on board, or to Jas. F. Carson, But It can not bo cured by sprays, washes and inhaling mixtures which The following Is an extract from a agent, Hartford, Ky. reach only the surface. The disease tf letter from Major Theodore Sternberg, in tho blood, and can only be reached His Llfo"was Savod. through tho blood. S. S. S. is the only paymaster, United States volunteers, remedy which can have any effect upon dated Manila, January 39, 1899: Mr. J. E. Lilly a prominent cltiztn Catarrh; it cures the disease permaVI wish you would call the attention nently and forever rids tho system of of Hannibal, Mo., lately bad a wonevery traco of tho vile complaint. of the President and secretary of derful deliverance from a frightful Idas Joiie Owen, ot Uontpeller, Ohio. war to this: There is not less than death. In telling of it he says: "I affjwrttea: "X w ten per cent oi the volunteers who was taken with Typhoid Fever that licted from Infancy with Catarrh, and no honestly wish to remain is these ran into Pneumonia. My lungs beon. can know the islands and make homes here and en- came hatdened. I was so weak I uttering It produce! better than I. The agriculture, lumbering and couldn't even sit up in bed. Nothing gage is pray and waehee mining. From every point of view helped me. . I expected to soon die V preacxbcd by tbe doe- unless of consumption, when I hoard of Dr. this should, be encourage tori relieved me only temporarily, and America means to haul down its flag King's New Discovery. One bottle (Py though t tued them and sneak home. The time will come gave great relief. I continued to use constantly ror ten years, the dlaeaae had a when every American will recognize it, and now' am well and strong, I Ormcr hold than ever. I tried a number el tbctr mineral lnrjedlenta the value of these islands. Take but can't say too much In Its praise," blood remcdlM, but and gave me rhenmatlim. ettlcd In my bones one Hem cattle thrive here; It is the This marvellous medicine is the surest I wee In a lamentable condition, and after ex. finest stock country I ever saw. The and the quickest cure in the world lor haul ting all treatment, waa declared Incurable. Seeing 8.8.8. adverUaed as a care tor blood Orient can be supplied with beef from all Throat and Lung Trouble. Regdlaeatee, I decided to try It. As roonaa my ayitemwas nnder the effect ot the medicine, here. Now these soldiers wish to be ular size 50 cents and $1.00. Trial I began to Improve, and alter taking It fot discharged here with travel pay. bottle free at J. H. Williams' Drug two month! I waa cured completely, tb This will be their capital. Those Store; every bottle guaranteed. dreadful dlaease was eradicated from my and I have had no return ot it." who are in earnest are willing to do Many have been taking local treatanything in reason to prove it. ' I Will Quit His Pastorate ment for years, and find themselves believe theywould be willing to serve worse now than ever. A trial of out a two years' enlistment by transRev.Dr.T.DeWit Talmage.for nearfer to the regular army, If necessary. ly four years pastor of the First PresThey would, many of them, prefer byterian church Washington in a letto be mustered out here with nothing ter to the session of the church, tens will prove it to be tho right remedy rather than to be compelled to go to dered his resignation. In explana- for Oatarrh. It will euro the most ease. the state to be mustered ont. There tion Dr. Talmage says that the InBooks mailed free to any address by are also many regulars soldiers encreasing demands made upon him by Swift Speciflo Co., Atlanta, Ga. listed under order 40. These men religious journalism and the contln l l think they should be paid travel pay ued calls for more general work In if they Intend settling in the islands. the cities, have of late years caused IS Now, all of this is based upon the frequent interruption of his pastoral idea that the United States will retain work and he did not believe it right BEST AND MOST POPUsome sorts of interest in these islands. that this condition of affairs should LAR ROUTE TO Knowing the value oi the pioneer, I further continue. say deliberately that each oi these It Is the Intention of Dr. Talmage to plain soldiers, young, vigorous, and continue his residence in Waslngton, used to this climate, by regaining He will devote most of his time to here will be of inestimable value to literary pursuit. our countty. The only way to AND ALL POINTS IN but by the time the Lieutenant had Americanize these islands is by the Women Should Know It. got there he had gotten near the fort example of American pointers in Many women suffer untold agony and landed safely In the bath entrance making homes for themselves." and misery because the nature oi their of the fort Major Bryant Is Major disease is not conectly understood. oi the 3d battalion, the one to which Observations. They have been led to believe that our company belongs. womb trouble or female weakness of Well, I don't know of anything else Truth died when Adam lost his rib. some sort Is responsible for the many The round dance is a sort of foots ills that beset womani-kind- . of any interest to write, only Bat Nail Gas Lighted Vestibuled Trains with seems to be the only one of our home ball. Neuralgia, nervousness, headache, lovers sue and puffy or dark circles under the eyes, Caie Cars, Pullman Sleepers and Free Some addle-pate- d boys who is tsttening here on the Island, he is fattening right along and sigh, then suicide. rheumatism, a dragging pain or dull Reclining Chair Cars to Memphis and The teeth of t Ime are the ones the ache in the back, weakness or bearing- New Orleaus. growing a huge mustache. Look out, Pullman Tourist Car leaves Louisgirls, he might fool some of you when dentist supplies. -down sensation, proluse nr scanty An honest enemy often proves to be supply oi urine with strong odor, ville every Thursday night, and runs he gets home. Bat says he would through to California via New Orleans like to step in on old by jingo and a man's best friend. frequent desire to pass It with scalSouth Pacific take one on him, but I guess he wont It generally turns out that a broken ding or burning sensation, sediment and the berth rate fromSunset Route. Double Louisville to ideal was always cracked. take It for a while. A. L. Hudson, In a bottle or com- San Francisco only 30.50; proporin It after standing Beauty is but skin deep, so it is on mon glass for twenty-fou- r houts, are tionately low rates to intermediate !f U CDRE-N- O PAT. slens oi kidneys and bladder trouble. points. That is the way all druggists sell an equal footing with freckles. A small boy is very Industrious Grovr's Tasteless Chill Tonic for The above symptoms are often at Tho True Winter Houto to Malaria, Chills and Fever. It is simpwhen it is time for him to go to bed. tributed by the patient herselforby California. No Blizzards, ly iron and quinine in r. tasteless At 31 a man knows everything ; et her physicians to female weakness or Cold Weather Snow form. Children love it. Adults prefer womb trouble. Hence, so many tall It to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, 50 he wishes he knew something. Blookados. tf Solitude frequently surrounds the to obtain relief, because they are treat50c. For particulars write to J. R. Hoi disease itself, but a re lis, Traveling Passenger Agent for ) You might as well advertise in the man who is alone with his thoughts. ing, not the C. R. R , Louisville, Ky. Also ssk A single epigram may outlive a vol- flection of the primary cause, which cemetery, on the under side of a coffin him to send you a copy of the South Is kidney trouble. 4. lid, as in a newspaper without a cir- ume oi machine made philosophy. In fact, women as well as men are em Home Seekers' Guide, which Is rq- Men may be bribed, but you cannot culation. Ex. plete with interesting information miserable with kidney and blad Induce women to take "hush money." made same concerning the Southern territory. It der trouble and both need the will be mailed to you Tree. After marriage a girl becomes too remedy. Btania yf Tin KM Yw Him Atari BwjK On the first and third Tuesdays of economical to cry on her husband's Is the Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root each month Home Seekers' tickets are coat collar. great discovery of the eminent kid sold to Southern and Southwestern A cynic sneers whenever he sees a Oi the people whose consciences neys and bladder specialist, and easy points at Special Low Rates, good to f worry because frosted wedding cake In a bake shop to get at any drug store for fifty cents return within twentyone days irom trouble them, ardate of sale. Liberal stop-ovthey are afraid they'll be caught ; the window. or one dollar. Ii virtue were practiced by all who other half because they are caught. To prove its wonderful merits you rangements. admire It we would have a world ot A. H. HANSON, G. P. A., inav have a sample bottle and a book angels. CniOAoo, Illinois. telling all about It.both sent absolutely Kind Yh Km itait BexjM Bms tie Extravagant people are sometimes free by mall. Kindly mention Hart-or- d ? I'll W. A. Kellond, A. G. P. A., cured by having to earn the money Louisville, Ky. Republican and send yonr ad they spend. Kilmer & Co., Btagban-- . dress to Dr. Til. KIe Kin ot All Blrdi, A big head does not always prevent is noted for its keen sight, clear and a man coming out at the little end oi ton, N. Y. " distinct vision. So are those persons the horn. O A. SB rjp l!,i agt. X jflk. Bevght who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve YwHwAlwrt The good thing about disappointBean tka j9 for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes or any kind or granulated lids. Sold by all ments Is that, after the first big one, dealers at 35 cents, For sale by.Z. the rest come easy. tf Wayne Griffin & Bro. hae demonstrated ten thouiand It Is the people without times that It U almoit tnieUible A strong minded woman Is one who who generally scramble to be secnorn The strongest propensity of a woFOR WOMAN'S goes shopping without counting up man's nature is to want to know ev- foreground, her change on the way home. PECULIAR In some sections of Italy bread Is erything that Is going on, nnd the ror Fifty Centa. made of chestnuts. Some humorists WEAKNESSES. boss the job. second to Ouaraateed tobacco bablt euro, make, weak In this country mate their bread from men .irons, blood pure. Mc, II. All druxsUts. Irretvlarltles and derangement. the same material. It baa become the leading remedr NoRlghtTo Ugliness. The man who points out our faults tor thl elate of trouble.. It ei.rt a wonderfully beaUnr, strengthenfriend, but we feel like may be a true ing and soothing Influence upon The woman who is lovely in the face, Volcanic Eruptions curea organs. th. menstrual filling of Itwomb. kicking him just the same. th. "whites' ' and from an temper will always have It stops flooding and reUavee sup- friends, but one who would be at Are grand, but Skin Eruptions rob Kdocat.Toar liow.l. With Caeeareta. Candy tractive must keep her health. If life of joy, Bucklen's Arnica Salve, ISo.lOo. Cathartic, cur. eonillpatloo toreree. (C.C.O.fall.drmleurcfundmoaey. she is weak, sickly and all run down cures them also Old, Running and she will be nervous and irritable. If Fever Sores, Ulcers, Bolls, Felons, ' A cvnlc is a man who pretends to be Corns. Warts, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, tired of tbe world, but in reality he la she has constipation or kidney trouimpure blood will cause pim- drives out Pains and Aches. Only a man of whom the world Is tired. ble, her ples, blotches, skin eruptions and a j.scts a box. Cure guaranteed. Sold wretched complexion. Electric Bit- by J. II. Williams, Druggist. I ters is the best medicine In the world to regulate stomach, liver and kidBismarck's Iron Nerve For Infants and Children. neys and to purify the blood. It praised and painful menttrnaliea. Always Bought Was the result of his splendid Tha Kind You Have for Chang, ot W It 1. the heat gives strong nerves, bright eyes, It is benescUl medicine msde. complex-ioIndomitable will and tremhealth. smooth, velvety skin, rich during pregnancy, and helps to Bear tho brlag children Into homca barrene, endous energy are not found where Signature o It will make a for years. It Invigorates, strengthens th. whole syscharming woman oi a run down ins Stomach, Liver, Kidneys and Bowels, tem. This great remedy la offered to all afflicted women. Why, will valid. Only 50 cents at J. II. W11N are out of order. 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Begin ter laUleo el we " aa It eattrelf Harllord A Evaneville fitckes Co. pimples, bolli, blotch.ee, blackhead., Weaic Eye Are Mad Hlrou, lunith cures ktr." and that eiekly bltloue complexion by taking General offices, Hartford, Ky. For .1!. l.ln. M,drlAM.r aftvpfl removed beauty for ten cente. All Caecarete, Curdsvllle, Delaware, Asbbysburg, and granulated lids or sore eyes of sstiifactign guaranteed, 10c,3e,60c. Llvermore and any kind speedily and effectually Rumscy, Calhoon, by the useol Sutherland's Eagle Hartford, and all Intermediate points cured CimiwlMi recetabl. Eye Salve. It's put up lu tubes, and I m wa noon HeaeedlM. Hav. eore4 stajX arnoo on Green and Rough rivers, Steamer sold on a guarantee by all good drug. uanr thoueaml - u s&vvl Mil Tw wiali taaoa aal M VWIMU vk- every Mon- Klst. For sale by Z, Wayne Griffin & wnsrwanx or ail .rmpyuoi. nnnr Scioto, leaves Evansvllle (tve at lean H I C TMtluiealal. and TU DATS treatment Iree. day and Thursday at 3 p. m., arrives JUo. K, AUaate, Ua, PC. H. K, eUXI'I (OKI, for instance when Capt. Keown was put in command of the Fort it was customary to change the fort guard every ten days by putting in a dlfler. ent company, but Co. D has made such an able Impression on the Generals that be cannot get a change. Lieutenant Oscar Bishop and Corporal Ira Ragland visited the city of Havana a few days ago, and of course came back with such reports that makes others want to go there. They saw the wreck of the Maine, Morro Castle and numerous other sights they wilt tell you all about It when they get home. Well, I captured a centipede this afternoon, the largest one I have seen since, I. have been, on the island. It Is about six inches in length and has about fifty claws, I have it in a beer bottle will put It in alchohol tomor row and bring it home with me, I will try and catch a tarantula also. Well, since the 3d battalion have comeback they are finding something to do, such as breaking rock in their company streets so they can get through them without falling down and getting up with a loss of hide or a severe bruise. This is the roughest place I ever saw, Judge Carson's farm nor Black Hocker Hill Is not a circumstance to compare with the close surroundings of Matanzas. One could not wonder at everything.belng built of rock here, for there is nothing here but rock. The weather is very pleasant here at present with exception of the strong wind which causes the dust to fly at times so one can scarcely see. Major Bryant while out skiff riding In the Bay yesterday afternoon came in contact with a few pretty large waves and broke one of his sklfl oars and then you should have heard him yell for some one to tow him ashore. Lieut. Payne who Is assisting Capt. Keown in the fort heard his yells of distress and ran to the water edge, LIKE THAT COUNTRY. Catarrh is Not Incurable M eye-ter- S.S.S.Blood to Memphis, NewOrleahs Arkansas, Mexico, Texas and California. OASTOnZJL. one-hal- er OAMVORXA. -- o Wmndnlui back-groun- CASTOR A n. good-lookin- x&&tf&&. stlmu-late- -- drug-giit- i, DROPSY iwo-uin- nimim Chicago platform, and whoso non. agreement tn 1890 effected the defeat that followed it, to keep off the l.ltlrit Friday by the HARTronn I'Vni.iniiiNM.iuMPANY grass in 1900; a needless administraIncorporated. tion, because since nothing has happened to change their minds, it will i 0N ROOERS, cost thorn less, both of effort and of JNO II.TIIOUM, JKDTORS. feeling, than it cost them before. These statements plainly show that Offico on'Fox Stroot. tho Oourier-Joumhas opinions of its own and hesitates not to exprass them. Subscription. $1 per yaar In advance It plainly declares that tbe honor oi at Hartford the country is more sacred to it than Entered at the as second class mail matter. the phantom form of Democracy, aud by that honor he proposes to stand FRIDAY, MARCH 24. of the course of Democracy. al post-office ! mini if" nnMiiim"f i mn Hartford Republican. measure and passed by a Democratic Legislature. It may "impugn tho character and mental capacity" of Democrats to refer them to that law, but it is an offspring oi this latter day Democracy. It is offfhsivo, indeed, but it is within your own households, so to speak. It is so offensive that an honest man on the moon in its celes tial sphere sailing over Kentucky would bo compelled to hold his breath through its passage. FROM THE STATE PRESS. r We areattthorlred to announce Hon W. Fred Long as a candidate for tbe office of State Senator in this the Seventh Senatorial District, subject to the action of the Republican party. We are authorized to announce Hon. R. C. Jarnagln, of Beaver Dam, as a candidate for the nomination for Rep tesentative, subject to the action oi the Republican party. ron THE REflATE. ron nErnrjtr.NTATn i The next trust is to be organized on wheels, (bicycles.) Tub Hartford Herald is again advertising for a candidate lor Representative treaty The Queen oi Opsin bas signed tbe of peaco and the Spanieh-Americ- an war is over. "The Washington of tho Philippines" has shown his wonderful sagacity in issuing a decree that any Filipino advising cessation of hostilities and the acceptance of Uncle Sam's protection- and hospitalities, should surely die. One oi tho raott prominent Generals oi his command bas been put to death because he advised to sue for peace. - A Democuatic nowspaper a free silver and Bryan for 3900 newspaper "Senator Goebel got up the says: Goebel election law in order to form a political machine throughout the State with himself at its head by which he could nominate and elect bimBeli Governor." It is fortunate lor the virtuous that thieves will quarrel over their spoils and expose the guilt of themselves and confederates. In Trie Refublican of this issue will be found the announcement of Hon, W. Fred LonR for Senate in this the Seventh Senatorial District. Mr. Long has been a lifelong Republican and has done much valuable work for the party. Ho it well qualified and would certainly make an excellent official if elected. The people would make no mistake in sending Mr. Long to represent them in the upper houBO of the next legislature. Cou J. S. R. AVeddino, of this place, is being mentioned by the preES throughout the State for the itepumi can nomination for Lieutenant Governor. Col. Wedding gained distinc tion as an orator in the campaign of 189G. when as elector on the WcKm ley and Hobart electoral ticket, he stumped Western Kentucky foi tho Republican ticket. No man in Ken-tuchas done harder work for the Republican party tban Col. Wedding and ho richly merits any favor he may ask at the hands oi his party. If the Couricr'Jounial were called upon to formulate a plan for the reconstruction oi Democracy "it would accept the verdict of 1890 as to the currency. It would accept tho ver diet of the Spanish war as to the acquisition of foreign territory. It would recognize the elevation of the American Union into a "World Tower; and accept the responsibilities of this; nor question how nor why ad dressing itsclt to tbe problems thus newly created." In short it would indorse the acts oi tho Republican administration. The o scram- ble for tho nomination for Governor goes merrily on. The Hardin men say Goebel is a machine politician who could not command the support Tho Goebel men say of tho party. Hardin is tho candidate of the Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company, and of tho school book trust and various other bloodsucking corporations, and the Hardin and Goebel men agree politician that Stone is an who favors the gold standard und the crime of 73. Why not throw the whole kit of them overboard and nominate some decent Populist who will not be called to account ior such grave charges? Jones of the Democratic National Committee and the passage of words between the Hoes. W. J. Bryan and Perry Belmont furnished the Qntrler-Journsubject mitter for a most excellent editorial in Saturday's issue and indications for a political prophecy which is as sure to be fulfilled as time lasts. In these significant letters that distinguished editor says: "There is food here for a deal of reflection." He ssyt that incidents like these "imply a world of hesitation and intolerence, of wavering doubt and smouldering rancor." Continuing.Mr, Watterson ays, in effect this is a warning to all Democrats who do not agree with the The letter of Chairman The Democratic party in Kentucky will shortly be operated on for the reThehe bos been a time in tbe his- moval of its Goebeliform appendix, tory of Ohio county politics when a Louisville Post. Senator Goebel's front name is Dennomination upon the Republican ticket "went begging," but that timo has nis, and the sooner be discovers that passed into the shades of night. The fact, the better It will be for the Dem boasted Democratic majority of a ocratic party in Kentucky, Bullitt thousand has long sinco becomo a Pioneer. Col. Bryan is still longing for spring minus quantity. That mountainous obstacle has been worn away. A most to return with merry tread, thit he wonderful erosion has taken place may again go banjolng over the country with his patent medicine outfit, through the agency of freezing Demolabeled :6 to i. Elizabethtown Leadcratic free trade hard times and the er. constant showers of education and We hope that Jake Rowe will again truth. Day by day its glory faded do the right thing at the right time, and the scepter transferred and enand resign his office. He and Old trusted to the Republican party. To Booze make a bad partnership in dis day in the shadow oi defeat ; in tho charging its duties. Owensboro In shadow of the altar the Democratic quirer. organ stands pleading for a lamb to The Missouri legislature has tabled be slain. They hear not; they answer a resolution asking Col. Bryan to adnot; they come not. dress that body. The decline in the A couple of Irishmen coming Colonel's popularity does not sem to be limited to any particular section. over lrom Reaver Dam yesterday saw Log Cabin. something resembling a buggy top If Mr. Goebel receives the guberna protruding from tho mud in the Collins lane, and securing some spades torial nomination every Democrat will of course desire his election. Let they proceeded to exhume a horse Democrats, then, stop and think of and buggy, but tbe driver bad esthe reputation placing Goebel in the caped. Observing tho unusual con. Governor's mansion will give Ken dition of the road and concluding tucky. Morganfield Sun. that much other valuable property Judge Holt, Jndge Breathitt, Col must be entombed, they opened comlector Yerkes, Sam Roberts, Judge munication with the County Judge Taylor, Samuel H. Stone or Belknap who odered them a liberal salary will be the Republican nominee for and they proceeded with the excavaGovernor. Either will defeat the tions. At sundown the industiious Democratic nominee with hands down Irishmen had taken out seventeen Hopklusville Messenger. head of horses, five mules, three road All Kentucky is getting tired of wagons, six buggies, eleven men, Goebellsm and Chlnnism. The vast four boys, two negroes and a yoke of majority of our people are oxen. Friends of the exhumed will citizens, and they rarely go armed come to the morgue and identify Our people are neither boisterous nor them and subscribe to the good-roabloodthirsty.and they are getting tired of that old bluffing game. Reflector, fund. Adjutant General Corbin has issued The Horse Branch correspondent a statement giving the number of of tbe Hartford Herald who it seems deaths of soldiers enlisted for the has met with a rather cool reception Spanish war and the cause thereof upon some post visit to tbe blue grass from May I, 189S, to Feb. 38, 1899 counties of Kentucky, indulges in It shows: Killed in action, 328; died some comparisons between Ohio and of wounds, 125; died ol disease, 5,277. the blue grass counties which are, it Total 5,730. The Fayette county grand jury in seeniB to us, a little hard on the party for which he and the Herald stands. dicted Col. Jack Chinn as a common nuisance. The Indictment grows out He says: of the attack on Senator Bronston at "There (in the blue grass counties) the iew owned the land, the the meeting ot the State Democratic wealth ana tne education, and look Committee. The charge is a very unwith frowning disapproval on tbe usual one, the penalty being a heavy efforts ol tbe working people to fine. Elizabethtown News. educate their children above the poor plodding conditions they Republicans of Ohio county will were born to, on the principal urge the name of Col. J. S. R. Wed that 'when you give a nigger or ding, of Hartford, tor lieutenant gova poor white a spelling book there ernor. Col. Wedding has seen many and then you lose a plow hand.' So the majority having no intera battle both on the field est in the soil nor in tbe wealth and the political arena and is a good they create upon It, care little man to nominate if he cares ior such who rules or what party is in powan honor. Richmond Pantagrapb, er except when Influenced by bribery or coercion. How difIf Mr. Goebel does not want Capt. ferent are the conditions in Ohio Ellis to resign when the State convencounty I A population of free tion refuses to endorse the election electors who own the land they law he will probably consult Messrs. till. A people whose love of learning is fostered by industrious, Jack Chinn, Eph Lillard and Jim Wilthrifty, christian mothers In childliams on the best way to make a man hood, and cheered and assisted by "stay where you are, or I'll cut your Intelligent honest, head off." Owensboro Inquirer. fathers In young manhood. Ohio county is represented by scholars Despite the predictions to the conall over the State. Men whose trary, the country is making excepnames are already written on the tional progress under the gold standroll of fame. Yes, we are different ard. A greater volume of business, from the aristocrats and serfs of tbe blue grass and the wire-pu- ll with good prices, and an increase in eis and hoodlums of Louisville. wages all along the line, speak illy for On such people as those of Ohio the silverltes. Under present condicounty the future of this grand tions we hear little of the curse it was Republic depends." The blue grass counties are solidly to prove to mankind. Paducah Sun, Democratic and Ohio county long The Hopklnsville convention demsince passed into tbe fold of the Re onstrated beyond question that Hardin publican party. Tho Herald corres Is the choice of western Kentucky pondent has unwittingly accounted for Governor. Stone has some halffor the Democratic majorities roturned hearted strength in his own district, by the blue grass counties for which but as between Goebel and Hardin every county in the First Railroad Com- he will accept our thanks. Lmlssioner's district is for Hardin. Every timo The Republican calls Senator Goebel should gracefully retho editor of the Herald to a halt, res tire from the race. Elizabethtown minds him that he bas misstated the News. If it be true that where there is so facts in the case and demands proof, he crawfishes out by saying that tho much smoke there must be some fire editors of The Repuhucan always tbe Democrats of Kentucky should nominate neither Mr. Goebel nor Mr. indulge in abuse and "billingsgate' Hardin, for tbe one is tbe acknowledgand "impugn the character and men ed leader of the machine whilst the of those who do not agrco tal capacity other Is accused ol being the repre with them." The Repuiilioan does seutatlve of the L. & N. railroad and nothing of tho kind. In a recent is other corporations, Capt. Stone's sue, The Rei'UHLIC'an referring to tbe name Is connected with neither. Goebel election law, stated thaf'Un Morganfield Sun, der its provisions the county board of Senator Goebel, in his canvass for election commissioners may all bo of the Democratic nomination for Govone political party and without bond ernor, met his Waterloo at Hopkins for good conduct." Replying to this ville last Friday. Flushed with his the Herald said: victory at Lexington a few days previous, he went down to Hopklnsville "The author of this statement either evinces gross ignorance of to the Democratic Railroad Conventhe real letter of this law or a detion for the purpose of capturing It, sire to boldly misrepresent its op. and securing from it an endorsement eratlons." of his Infamous election bill, but when Tin: Repuiimoan mado its state he arrived he fouad Hardin with the ment upon positive knowledgo of tbe reins in his hands, directing tbe action election law, and when in defense of of that meeting, so Mr. Goebel found that statement the Herald was referred his hands tied and himself powerless to that law its editor crawfibhed out in to do anything. His election bill tho manner above stated and said that wholly ignored, Mountain Echo. the editors of Tun Republican are The free silver editors have been abusive and referring to us use "bil- - using their most valuable space for 1 nssgate. etc. It mav bo abusive ami sometimes telling the public that billlnnmatey to refer to the Goebel there was dangerous dissension In the oioction law, but it was made a party ranks of the Republicans in Ken. hard-foughard-workin- tucky. We would inform them that from indications a number ol pistols, knives and an unlimited quantity of bad whisky seems to have been recently procured by a number of their leadtrs and a ripple within their own party is on. They need not be alarmed, our patty is united and will nominate a Statetlcketandpolea ma jority of the votes cast In Kentucky, when the time comes. Elizabeth-towLeader, Four years ago in a railroad commissioner's convention in Owensboro the free silver craze was born, amid the shouts and acclamations of a multitude, and Urey Woodson was on the crest of popularity and the leader ol the mighty host that shouted Itself hoarse with the battle cry of 16 to I, or bust. At Hopklnsville this same gang, forgottlng the teachings of a few short, weary years, tailed to say aught of the ratio, smashed Its idols and the great chief and exponent went down amid the howls ol a jeering crowd, as he passed in humiliation under the yoke, Judge Ell Brown tearfully recited Kipling's stirring ode, "a rag, a bone, a hank of hair," all that's left of Woodson, and there your are. Hawesville Plaindealer. n DESPERATE. Judge Pryor, Col. Ellis and Mr. Poyntz to Resign If Hardin Is Nominated. This Would Put It In tho Power of Gov. Bradloy to Appoint Throo CommlBslonero. swelled by nervous proitratlon, heart, lung, stomach and bowel troubles, wh.ch are directly traceable to this souice. If any ol our readers aresuf ferlng from grip's terrible after edects they can have medical advice from a great specialist absolutely free, providing this paper I1 mentioned in the letter. Write to the Dr. Miles Medical Co , filklmrt, Ind., briefly de scribing your symptoms, aud your case will receive careful consideration. CAPTURED! -- 1 .1 Tup-- ru "Wo Have Mot tho Enemy and They Are Ours" High Prices, Hard Labor and trouble. We have come to tne Farmer's Rescue with Prices rent in twain with the determination that he shall not endure hard labor if he will only buy CENTRAL GROVE, KY. Thli at Least la tho Opon Threat of March 21. Spring is opening and th Manasor of th Ooe-b- el the farmers are busy coning oats nnd Machine. preparing for another crop. Frankfort, Ky., March 18. Something more than an ordinary sens tion has been created by the threat of certain Goebel leaders to turn over the Goebel election machinery to the Republicans in order to secure the de feat of Hardin should he receive the nomination. This threat has been referred to frequently In private by certain follow ers of Mr. Goebel, but heretofore it has been ignored by the Hardin leaders, as It Indicated not a distinct pur pose, but simply the irritation in the minds oi Mr. Goebel and his follow ers. But the threat has now been put in a distinct form by Mr. Pat McDonald In the following article in this week's Argus: "If the election law helps the Dem ocratic party, that party should have nerve enough to approve It. It the party does not approve it it is a re quest to repeal it, and it should be re pealed. In fact the wise thins to do, if the State convention declines to approve it, is the resignation of the thres Election Commissioners, so that Gov. Bradley may have an opportunity to appoint a Republican set. The Republican party will make it a cam paign issue, and as the Democrats seem afraid to indorse it, Democrats of character now occupying the trust cannot afford to occupy their present positions. The Democrats seem to be letting the Republicans alone and going after each other." No man in the State stands closer to Mr. Goebel than Mr. McDonald. Ha has been Goebel's exponent for tbe past three years, and this article is as near to a personal pronunclamento as anything could be. It has excited profound astonish ment for two reasons. In the first place, it is an open avowal of the purpose back of the Goebel law; that pur pose being to establish a purely per-- . lonsl machine, which could and would decide tbe election for the Democrats or against them, as the machine man agers should decide. The opponents of the bill have, with great effect, asked this question: "Put this machine in the hands l the Republicans and who could overthrow them?" Mr. Pat McDonald answers, "No one." He in effect declares that un less Goebel is nominated and his bill approved, thli carefully constructed piece of machinery should be turntd over to the Republicans to be used in electing the Republican ticket, as it was intended to be used to alect the Democratic ticket. This avowal strips the bill of all dis guise aid reveals it in all its defor mities to the psople of Kentucky. The next consideration is that this threat is a confession ot Goebel's irre trievable defeat. If there lingered a hope in the secret councils of the Goe bel faction that there was yet a chance of success this threat would not be made. It is one thing to make this threat and another to execute It. The three commissioners are Judge Pryor, Col, Ellis and Mr. Poyntz. Messrs Pryor and Ellis owe their appointment to Mr. Goebel, and Mr, Poyntz is supposed to represent the Haldemans, but Pryor and Ellis take orders from no man, and will not resign on orders from any quarter. Mr. Poyntz has not been so prominent in Kentucky as these gentlemen, and his independence is not so thoroughly established, but it Messrs. Pryor and Ellis remain, the scheme will fall. Rev R. W. Danks filled his regular appointment at the church Saturday and Sunday. The baptizing which was to be last 3d Sunday, was postpontd till the 3d Sunday in May. Mr, Wade Ross, who has been confined to his room for sometime, is able to be out again. Sunday school will be organized at tbe church Sunday next, at 2 o'clock p. in. Messrs O V. Wilson and M. P. Drown, of near Mcllenry, attended church at thli place last Sunday. Mr. Joe Tillord, of Rockport, after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Bishop, left a few days ago for Memphis, Tenn. Mr. R. F. Moore, went to Linton, Ind., last week to visit friends and relatives. Burney McDowell, who has been sick for sometime, is slowly convalescent. Rev. J. A. Miller will preach at the school house next Sunday at 11 o'clock a. m. Mr. J. D. Bishop has bought Mr. Robert Moore's farm. Mr. Leslie Miller sajs he is going to take one "Rowe" at a time this year. Mr. Tom Dempsy contemplates moving to Rockport this week. C. L. Loney, who ran over a stump and fractured one of his loot handles a few nights ago, is able to be out again. Mr. A. Faught, who got one ol his ears cut oft with an up-tdate stand' ing collar, is thought to be some bet ter at this writing. We are going to have a wedding in our vicinity shortly. Success to the Republican. our Latest Improved Riding Plows, Disc Harrows and Cultivators. Neither shall he be troubled and worried with breaking and loss of time. Farmers, brfore buying elsewhere, come and examine our large stock of implements of every description, Plows, Cultivators, Harrows, Drills, Wagons, &c, &c. Prices Next to the Last Thing Considered. Williams 34 & Williams, ' BRAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. (Jome 9S 3Est-KT3E3C.X3E33EC- and eel Address all communi A MISSIONARY And His Wifo Tortured and Killod and His Daughters Hold In Captivity. London. March 22. The Liverpool correspondent of the Dally Chronicle says info'matlon has been received there from Sierra Leone, on the west coast of Africa, that two daughters of an American missionary ate held in captivity by the natives of Mend! dis trict, their parents having been tor tured and killed. The British colonial authorities at Sierra Leone, according to the correspondent, are investigating the case. Before contracting tho building of your house, don't fall to have us to nuke jou estimates uu the carpenter's work or the job complete. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Estimates will be furnished on application. cations to BALDWIN & HUDSON, BEAVER DAM, KY. - A Business gdcieaiion Is absolutely necessary to the yonng man or young woman who would win success in life. This being conceded, it is of first importance to get your tralrlng at the school that stands in the very front rank. LOUINtlLI.E, KEMTUtKY. Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist in his line. Graduates of this college preferred by bual- SHORTHAND, J ness houses. Write for a beautiful book giving Us-- . TELRGRAPHY, timonlals from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the 28 United States it will be mailed to you FREE. BOOR-KEEPIN- SUNNY DALE, KY. She firyant & Stratton business College, ) March 23. As I have seen nothing from this part for a while will write a few items. There has been one burying since our last letter. Mr. Elmlra Lee, wife ot Roy Lee, who died in Henderson ot consump tion, was at her request brought back here aud burled. Mr. Palestine Coots and Miss Oille Davis were quietly married at the home of the bride's mother. Health of community good. Farmers behind with their work. Saw log men doing nicely. Mr. Cort Bean says something has happened, he can talk to people in Fordsville, Narrows, Dundee, Sulphur Springs, Jingo and Hartford and stay at home. Well, I was made sad while reading The Republican and meditating I thought of sin and of sins in high and low places, and I thought the greatest of all sins is the sin of drinking whisky What has It done for this county alone in two years ? How many lives bas it taken? How many tears shed? How many boys buried? How many souls damned? How many dollars has it cost us? Eternity alone can tell. If whisky ruins individuals, it will ruin counties, States and nations, and at the rate It is going in this county it will surely ruin fair America. From the persecutions of the pilgrim fathers and Huguenots in other lands, God set upon these shores a nation. Aborlg ines went down and a ireegoverncaent was set up. The sound of the war whoop exchanged for a thousand wheels of enterprise and progress. The mild winters, the fruitful sum mers charmed from other lands a race oi people who loved God and kept His commandments and lok,how He has blessed this land. But alas, we have departed from the ways of our pilgrim fathers and look, where weCare drift ing. I hope this nation may not copy the crimes of nations that have perished. We have had lessons In wars, epidemics and drouths. Political cor ruption has poisoned and besllmed the high places of authority, at times, until a free government seemed a all ure. What will we do. Christian peo ple? We are threatened on all sides with tbe demon whisky. Let Chris-tiapeople of every political party speak and act against whisky. Never allow a dramdrinker to be nominated for any office. What is he? What is he liable to be? How many boya will he or has he led astray by his example? What does he deserve? Mothers, wives and sisters use your influ" ence against whisky, Perhaps my letter Is too long, bat I haven't said halflwantto. If this Is published I will write more on whisky. x., NOTICE for the Benefit of the PI1RI Cyclone at Barrett's Ferry, Ky., IHf Rustv. Ct'HK A COLI IN OME DAT Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab lets. All druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25c. The genuine has L. u u. on eacn tablet. tl Fivo Burnod to Doath. Winncpeg, Man , March 21 Daring the absence ot John Dlan and wife, of Greenfell, from their farm, their residence caught fire and their chit dren were burned to death. I. linn IrrllMIInn is the forerunner to consumption. Dr. Bell's Pine-TaHoney will cure It, and give such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not cents at all settle there. Twenty-uvgood druggists. For sale by Z Wayne ec Bro. Uriuin tl r e The expenditures of the recent Congress were high, of course. The war and the growth of the country are responsible for the Increase in outlay by the government In the past year. The war expenditures will soon diminish to a considerable extent. The growth in population, however, will last unless the Democratic party gets into power, and thus precipitates another panic. From present indications that calamity is far distant. The outlook for the Democracy was seldom more unpromising than it is at this moment. Globe Democrat Has rushed In on G. B. Miles' Entire Stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Groceries and Gents Furnishing Goods and has Blown the Prices Down Below Zero. I have enlarged and repaired my house and am now In better position to give my customers bargains than I have ever been since I have been in business. I began business ty, years ago with a $150 00 stock. I have Increased to $1,500 00 and owe the praise of same to my customers. When I fust began I sold at 25 and 50 per cent, profit. I went on that way some time and reduced my profits to rsand 25 percent, and then reduced to 12 i percent, and have gained sufficient trade by each n to make more money by the latter and now I propose to reduce my profits again to 8 per cent. This looks small and some will say that I can't do this nor won't do it, but I will show my bills and do what I say and will also explain why I can do it. FIRST Bear in mind that I get salary enough from the railroad corns pany as agent for them and from the postoflice to pay all my family expenses and rent. SECOND By this reduction I will gain trade sufficient that I can discount my bills and the discount will pay the Irelght on my goods and put them In the shelves. THIRD My receipts now are $400.00 a month and at t24 percent. I make clear $50.00 a month and now if I con get my trade doubled and my receipts run $800 00 a month, you see I will clear at 8 per cent., $64 00 and save my customers money and make $14.00 more myself. So you see I can do what I propose. I will pay the Highest Pricea for Produce at all times and want 10,000 ties by the first of July, lor which I will pay 21c and 25c, one half Ctsh and balance in trade on delivery or 20c and 24c cash on delivery. trans-actio- iV And come and price my goods before buying and I will show you that you can save money and get the Best Goods that you ever bought lor the money. I have the nicest line of Shoes nnd Hats that ever has been brought to Barrett's Ferry, and nt prices that will make them fit neat and nice. Calicoes that will soon be out ol season must go at 3c a yard and values In everything that I carry. 2ottn No 7 sugar for $1,00 Arbuckle coflee at lie. Thanking you Tor past favors and soliciting a continuance ot same, I yours always ready to please, am, C3-- . (JonsaliYocirMiridsAND S&eh Other IQ. HVEIXjES. $100 Reward, $100. These Prices Begin February 20. 1899, and continue balance of the year. Arexoii Depressed iT INSANE MORMON TrloBtoKIIIHIs Wlfo in Lowla County. Vanceburg, Ky., March 21. Rev. John Simpler, who lives a mile southeast of this place, went suddenly insane last night, and though one of the gentlest of men in the normal state, he endeavored in his frenzy to kill his wife. He struck her in the back with his fist, felling her to the ground, and would have killed her had it not been for the timely arrival of near neighbors. The whole night he was dan gerously insane, and had to be held on the bed at times by two strong men, He espoused the Mormon faith about a year ago, and was to have joined the colony ol Pleasant Ridge converts that will leave here the 20th of next month lor Utah. I Much Gold In Tho Treasury. Washington, Much 18. There Is more gold in the possession of the treasury and of the banks now than at any time for many years. The total gold held by the treasury three years ago was $127,000,000, The total today is more than The total gold held by the national banks on May 7, 1896, was $157,771,800. These banks held on the date of the last call, February 4, 1899, $321,915 796 This shows an increase of $t 14 000,000 in the gold held by the treasury and $164 000,000 in that held by the national banks. It is assumed that the amount of gold held by private banks bas increased in the same proportion, though no accurate statistics can be obtained. $241,-000,00- 0. And Is it not due to nervous exhaustion? Things always look so much brighter when we are In good health. How ctn you have courage when suffering with headache, nervous prostration and great physical xx iT weakness? Would you not like to be rid of this depression of spirits? By removing How? the cause. By taking Rocolvod Valuablo Advlco. "When my baby was three months old he had a scrofula trouble. There were swelling in his bead and discharges from his ears. My mother urged me to give him Hood's Sarsap. arlllaand I did so. Alter the second dose he improved and continued the medicine until be was well." G. W. PURKBV, Big Hill, Ky, w .c $40,000 for Washington, March i Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. Mailed for 25c by C I. Hood & Co,, Lowell, Mass. ns Instead of 42,000 enlisted men in Grip drove a Philadelphia druggist the Cuban army, as claimed, it devel insane and he walked all the way to ops from official figures that there are Washington, where he was taken in but I9.I9. including Sergeants and charge by the police and sent to the Corporals. The $3,000,000 will go a Freedman's Hospital. At the end of long ways with this number, but it a week he had sufficiently recovered has not been decided whether more his reason to be able to give his name, than $100 a man shall be paid. The and his friends were informed of his Cuban Assembly is now considering whereabouts. The seeds of disease a motion authorizing the acceptance and death which ate left in the sysof the $ 3,000,000 and the disbandment tem by tbe poisonous grip germs of the army and dissolving tbe assem make the after effects ol grip its worst bly. feature, and the death rates ate being It give 9 activity to all parts that carry away useless and poisonous materials from your It removes the cause of body. your suffering, because It removes all Impurities from your blood. Send for our book on Nervousness. I To keep In good health you must have perfect action of the bowels. Ayer's Pills euro constipation and biliousness. I a IIAHTFOKll, KY. the case of the American railroad man, Watch, dnrk Ami Tfni1natrlr,r Alexander McCord, on account of his done In first class order. A fine outfit for testing" eyes for ill treatment In Peru during a revoluweak vision, etc. Don't fail to have tionary movement many years ago. VOUr eves tested hrfnre hnvlncr iniv. Tbe dralt will be handed over to tacles. the United State Treasury for collection, and a warrant for the amount of PATRONIZB 1IIIJ OLD tbe judgment will be drawn lu favor of Judge Pettit, the attorney for McCord. m 11 retary of State has received from the Peruvian Government, through the United States legation at Lima, a draft for $40,000, representing the amount of tbe judgment of the arbitrators in si. The Sec- The readers of this paper will to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure lu all its stages and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh belngaconstltutlonal disease, requires a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, acting directly upon tbe blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature in doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith in Its curative powers, that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. Send lor list of Testimonials. Address, F. I. CHBNBY& Co., Toledo, O. Sold by Druggists, 75c. Hall's Family Pills ore the best. r R. C. SUTPHIN, Jeweler and Optician, RELIABLE HOPKINSVILLE b f rrhM yo phrit.1... al jm, m .mlD.nt condition. Ib.Q wril. vt fr1f til U rrtlalfi to. your com Ton will sroiDDl i.dJt. without it. ro--- to wwo.li Ilk. U MWtlt Smom. Ham. . 0. ATKO. Xtinu. DB, J. LowiU. persons in this state to manage our business in their own and nearby counties. It Is malnlyuofuce work conducted at home. Salarv straight $900 a vear and expenses-defin- ite, bonafide, nor more, no less alary Biontuiy $75. Relerences. Unclose stamped envelope. Herbert R Hess, Pres., Dept., M, Chicago. WANTED-SEVRR- AL STEAM LADNDRY and Dye Works. Best of Work Guaranteed. Reasonable prices. Shipped on Tuesday and returns on Thursday leave your Laundry at Postoflice. tiavo your laundry for me. -- ,. Lyman Williams, Agont, UAHiroUl), UT. """""" JrjiiTinniTi y'!mxi;i:l!':':f"ifii;iliilii;iii;i;iiiiHiii'8iiii;iiriiii rjujii ' Courage and Strength in Times FAIR & CO. I One door above Jas. A. Thomas, arc now in their attractive new quarters, better prepared than ever before to give to their trade 'goods at prices that competition cannot touch. Notwithstanding the great advance in all cotton fabrics, wo are continuing to sell at the old prices. Our low prices and uniform method of treating all alike are the great attractions to our store. of 'Danger' Vfead the warning between the lines. What is that warning? It is of the danger from the accumulation of badness in the blood, caused by the usual heavy living of the Spring is Winter months. the clearing, cleansing time of the year; the forerunner of the brightness and beauty of glorious summer. Follow tho principle! Hint Nature lays down. Start in at onco and purify your blood with that great specific, Hood's Judge Miller received a message last Friday stating that his brother, Mr. Wm, Miller, was dangerously ill. He hastened at once to his brothers bedside and found him in a very critical condition, flut tering from the effects ol an operation. Judge-Millreturned Monday and re ported his brother better. from Calhoun er EASIEIIJUTFIT! Special STYLES of Ladies' Hats and dry goods just in with all necessary trimmings, &c. Call at once and We have just received a carload of Plows, Harrows, Cultivators and Drills of the best make to be had and are prepared to save you money on all kinds of machinery. Call and see us before buying. Agents for the King of harvesting machinery. Henry Field & Son. t, get the styles while fresh. with the murder of 3am Caseblcr, continued. Whiskey contest case continued to May term. The mandate and opinion ol the Court of Appeals reversing the Ohio Circuit Court in the contest case was filed and ordered to record, which gives Anderson a clear title to the office of Circuit Clerk. At this term ol court Messrs. Ear nest Woodward and C. E. Smith were granted license to practice law. Court will adjourn Likens-Andnrs- mm m ANNOUNCEMENT A word io JcidiQiocis Bayers (Joneerning ihe fJeeds of the eason. general'news. The new treaty between the United States and Japan goes into effects on HOOKER & CO. Gov. Dyer has been renominated by Whatever else tho Spring and Summer of 1899 may have in the Republicans of Rhode Island for a store for you, it certainly oflerb you the Golden Opportunity to The Bingham entertainment promises to be the most interesting feature third term. buy the very best goods cheap. We enter the season with a Gen. Gomez will go on distributing of the season. He is without a su line of attractions that will command the respect and admiraperior tn the field of humor. It la the $3,000,000 to his soldiers, as if tion of all on account of their needless to say that the people of the Assembly did not exist. Hartford fullyiappreclate his ability. A bill to compel drinkers of liquor He Is most highly recommended by to register and obtain a license is beAnd offer them at prices lower than you have ever before enfore the Michigan legislature. the press wherever he goes. joyed for goods of equal merit and worth. Regarding the opTheEaston Gazette, Easton, Md., In a recent fire in Omaha, Neb. two portunities for selection, we do not think you have ever looked saysf persons were burned to death and over a better assorted stock. It is intenrely practical, conaitting ''He Is one of the few thoroughly .twenty others were seriously injured. Wo carry the BIGGEST and BE8T SELECTED STOCK. We carrv NO gotfd entertainers wholly of popular styles and reliable goods. We do not wish it to be met with in a Gen. Gomez says he recognizes "OLD or UUELF-WOII- N GOODS." Wo pay no excessive rent. We have llfetfnie." understood by this that our stock is at all weak in only one power in Cuba, tbe United no clerk biro. We pay no .In ,..- - i,.!n EXPERT" to The Dally Advertiser, Cbilllcothe, States, and that the Cuban Assembly With ibcBe and many other expenses clipped oil, you can leadily ace how wo O, says: niuunu iu ecu ueiun uiueia. lie quote you: "can only talk." "No criticism can convey an idea of On the contrary, it was never more attractive in its profusion of Gc It has been decided that herealter 30 inch spring Percala 05c for 40 inch Nnvy Blue and how Mr. Bingham entertains his auGen. Brooke will entirely Ignore the new novelties of tho practical, desirable kind that will supply Beautiful apilug Ginghams 0c Black Serge. diences. They laugh when he laughs Cuban Assembly and deal your needs perfectly. When it comes to quality we speak of 54 itch Turkey Red Daruaik.. ,15c 10c for ladies fancy how.worth 25c. weep when he weeps. His pow and the matter with special pride. It is the fundamental principle 75c Men's good Jeans pants. 12Ju Pretty asaortraent Madras gilt, and his as directly with the people. ers are a heaven-borof our business At Valparaiso, Ind., Mrs. Hattle cloth, all tbe new checks and stripes. $1.25 Men's alNwool Casiiracro soclation with the literary genii of the lOo Heavy Cotton Jeans. pants. time give him an Inexhaustible sup- Stroner, seven minutes after securing 4o Good yard wide Domestic. ply of wit, poems and stories that a divorce from J. P. Stroner, became 25o Men's Wool Hata. fornf the nucleus of his entertain- the wife of John A. Harry. We carry all grades, to be sure. Of course somo are much Sample shirts balf price. 3Jc New Spring Prints. Sadie In Philadelphia G Spools 0. N. T. '25c. ment. No entertainer ever had a Men's wool suits finer than others, but that is what you want a chance to select $4.00 more appreciative audience, hearty Lurdin committed suicide by drinkBoys' suiu, knee pants C9c. 10c Ladies Seamless Fast Black according to the use you propose to make of the article purMen's fine shoes applause creeting every number of ing laudanum on account of her inabil81.20 Hose, actual value 20c. chased, but no matter whether you buy from our finest or our Ladies' boneat. every day shoes, ity to obtain employment. the 'program." 76c for 10-- 4 bed spreads, bammed button or lace, 81.00. cheapest grade you are sure to get an honest value for your "The world has had few like him. In the Philippines the Insurgents' ready for use. money. A judge of goods will certainly give us credit for good Men's heavy every day shoes, solid Not two In a century." control is now confined to the Island 25c ior the famous Black Cat Leath- evcjywhcre, $1.25. intentions when he looks over our entire line with an eye to Rev. J. A. B. Wilson, D. D., of Luzon, where their forces are split er Stockings juat the thing for boys Good zinc trunks.tron bottom,$1.52 s productions that will quality. They are all honest New York City, N. Y, girla. ind bv the American lines. Good size Telescopes 25c speak for themselves. In conclusion, we earnestly invite you to 60o for High Grade aummer corseta. Men's socks, 5c worth 10c. The Democratic primaries in Chi- - I9f call and prove our claim for your patronage by an unprejudiced CENTERTOWN, KY. 25c for 3b inch Dress Good in Men's good suspenders 10c cago resulted in the renomlttatlon of fancy weaves, worth 35c. and critical Big size handkerchiefs 5c Mr. R. S. James has secured a po Mayor Carter H. Harrison. ym;t;:n;iirj;iit:i!i:i!nin!tM:t' sition in the store of the Central Coal Altgeld will run Independent. jtii f Capt. W. I. Stone, who Is bringing & Iron Co., Central City. Heavy rains have caused destrucscramup the rear in the Democratic We expect no one to give us a dollar's worth of trade unless Of course we cannot say all we would like to in this Wife ot John W. Rowe, whojhss tive floods In Georgia and Alabama. ble for the nominaton for Governor, they see that their interests are advanced by the transaction. been sick for quite a while, is reported Railroads and bridges have been space, but we invite you to visit us. We will not only will speak at the court house here the Asking for your patronage on the promise that you will certain as being but very little better. and washed away in some sections, show you the most convenient store in Hartford, but a first Monday in April. ly be benefitted thereby, we remain, very truly yours, L. C. Brown & Co. have opened a traffic greatly delayed. stock uptodate in styles, below zero in prices. Bring us boarding lot of nice groceries and fresh drugs, Mr. C. C. Wedding's Typhoid fever is raging dreadfully In rooms once the property of Dr. II. in Philadelphia. your Cash or your Eggs, Fcalhcra, etc., and we aaaure you house, 654 3d street, Louisville, Is the During the twenty- . any- L. King. capital place for Ohio county people that our waya of doing business will make our house your four hours ending at noon last Thurs Mr. Caleb Tichenor, who has been day seventy-fou- r to stop while in the city. Best $1.00 new cases were retrading place. Remem ber, everything marked in plain M suffering with something like Blights ported to the board ot Health. tf per day house In the city. figures and one price to everybody. Very truly, disease, is in town under the treatMr. R. R. Wedding returned yesReported from White Rock agency, ment ot Dr. G. F. Chapman. first-clas- s terday from Louisville where he has Utah, are to the effect that the Indi Mr. Henry Addincton and Mlw been visiting his family. Ills wife, ans are restless, and serious trouble Willie Rowe, daughter of James M. who recently had one eye taken out, Is anticipated because the chiefs de. of here, were quietly married Rowe, he reports greatly improved. sire to return to their former reserva-at the home of the bride on the 15 tlon in Colorado. Schroeter, the leading Green river Inst. The military authorities at Havana Photographer, is now at Hartford. ol opening a sa There is some talk , Call and see his work. His Photo loon, or voting for it to be here, but have Issued an order that all rations For another season. We have three reasons for not wishing.to.3o so. On Saturday, April 1, 1S99, I will Buttons are the fad of tbe day, also we hardly think It right thing. We distributed to the Cuban poor alter the open the store house formerly occuFirst We need tho room for our spring stock. Second Goods do whisky supply on hand is exhausted shall be Capt. W. T. Ellis and Mr. Scott his Photos are finer than ever. pied by Messrs. Fair & Co. next door have a nice quiet town and would ruin us completely, let us do charged against the customs receipts not improve with age. Third We can use tho money invested It communMorrison, Owensboro, are attending We are just In receipt of a to Ohio County Bank chock full of the of the province in which they are 11 forever, put nothing In the court this week. ication from Lucas Moore, Commlsi newest and most line of without Therefore we will them to a better advantage. FRIDAY, MARCH U. distributed. of Agriculture, stating that tbe Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Hats, way of your children that would im- Mrs. Dr. Plrtle, Miss Mottle Pirtle sloner The fact has been made public In Sue. of seeds entrusted to him for Shoes and Millinery ever brought to jure them. and Mrs. D. M. Hoclier were pleasant supply Washington that Gen. Miles was the public distribution, was exhausted. section of the county. We will this callers Wednesday. Court Notoa. first person to make charges against ILL! Before buying, get our prices on ask you to please call and examine Gen. Wheeler. The latter and Gens. Messrs. S. T. Hunter, Sraallhouse. Tho following lines: Overcoats, Underwear, Flannels, WinterBoots our stock and get prices before purWagons, Buggies, Disc Harrows, Heflin Bros. vs. Insurance Com- Young and Wood and Col. Roosevelt and O. B. Chapman, of near town, Cultivators; Corn Drills, Plows, Fer- chasing your spring goods. panies, judgment lor plalntlfi $1,125 were said by Gen, Miles in his testis and Shoes, Gloves and all other Winter Goods, This is no catch. We called to see us Monday. tilizers, Buggy Poles, Shafts, &c, in each case. Beavor Dam, Kv Time Table. mony before tbe war board to have mean business. Come, examine and see foryouselves. Mr. M. J. Cox has withdrawn Likens & Ross, Liverymen. Wade Daniel vs. Geo. Baize, judg- disobeyed orders in Cuba, Irom the race for the Democratic nom ment for plaintiff $50. NORTH BOUND. An evening with Ralph Bingham LaGrippe's Legacy. 4:41 a. m. ination for representative. No. 204, Fast Mail means so much time spent In hearty J. K. Ogtesby vs. Alex Curtis, Marrlagos. Worn out and exhausted in body No. 232, Accommodation..5:02 a. m. For fresh bread at all hours, call on laughter. Everybody that has heard judgment for defendant No. 222, Accommodation. .12.41 p. m. Wecker & Bonhomme, Proprietors Blncham says his entertainment is Com'th vs. Will Glover charged and mind, with shattered nerves and 5:62 p. m. City Tbe following marriage license have No. 202, Faat Mail Bakery, Hartlord, Ky. tf worth five times the cost of admission with murder continued for defendent. a palpitating heart; no desire for food No. 294, Lscal Freight. . . .8:10 a. m. been Issued since March 10th: and no ability to digest It: unable to Com'th vs. Tom Griffin, continued The Hoplclnsvllle Steam Laundry Moore & Sanderfur, successors to John Evans, 31, Magan, toLcls rest or sleep day or night this is We Have SOUTH BOUND. for Commonwealth. uses the"Doz It" machine to move Pate Bros., have replenished their al- Huff, 22, Whltesvllle. LaGrippe's legacy. Long after tbe 12.20 p. m. the rough edges ofl of collars. Com'th vs. Cicero King, charged No. 203, Faat Mail ready large stock of groceries and now C. C. Ambros, 24, Westerfield, to erippe germs have been driven out No. 231, Accommodation.. .8:37 p. m. stock of everything Ora Westerfield, 19, Adaburg. We have reduced the price of coal at have a complete the poisons which they created re We come in haste.notsomucb unite No. 221, Accommodation. 12:25 p. m. In their line Give them a call. Next Henry E. Addington, 22, Center-tow- n, main in the blood, the heart, the count of a pressing engagement with 10:30 a. m. the Dr. Miller bank from 3J1C to 3c. No. 201, Tart Mail door to Carson & Co's. to Willie Rowe, i8,Centertown. you as from the fact that we had no lungs, the stomach, weakening the W. A. Miller & Bro. No. 293, Local Freight. . . .2:40 p. w. 36 on behind. Now that we II. O. Ford, 23, Adaburg, to Capple nerves and lowering the vitality of Mr. C. E. Smith's jack will make are here let us remind you of the fact Messrs. R. J, Daniel, Samuel Rowe ' Omnibuses leave Hartford every Midklir, 29, Adaburg. Is one way of dethe system. There that and Dave Baldwin, of Beaver Dam, the present season at his home day at 9 and 11 a. m. and 4 p. mi. H. Frank Lowe, 25, Hartford, to stroying the seeds of diseases and THE0. E. REGHTIN were In town Tuesday and Wednes near Ceralvo and at Smallhouse. Mabel F. Barnett, 20, Hartford. death which are an Inheritance from Anyone having stock to breed will Has on hand at the present time, the day. . Luther Craig, 20, Rostne, to Mary grip. Dr. Miles' nervine will do it. best assortment of lumbers that can be Field'a 'bus meets all trains at make no mistake in calling upon him Mr. William Leach, Beaver Dam, E. Shroader, 18, Jingo. While we think of found anywhere It gives the shattered nerves a rest Beaver Dam. belore breedtnj; elsewhere. It, let us give you a few pointers on was empaneled as a petit juror Mon James Daniel, 19, Horton, to Katie and helps them to recover their Mr. II. Merrick, Beaver Dam, was day to succeed Mr. James Westerfield Hartford will soon have an ex- Awtry, 19, Roslne. strength. It stimulates the appetite, If so, there must be some In town yesterday. Ross House, 20, Horse Branch, to change telephone system completed. excused. trouble with its food. Well strengthens the stomach, assists asbeing pushed rapidly to Alice Stewart, 17, Roslne. He buvs In laree ouautlties and in that way can get the very lowest price. The "goodies" that Wecker and The work is babies arc plump j only the 1 similation and fills the blood with Prof. C M. Crowe, of Whltesvllle, completion. Lines will be extended We do not want to make It all and we are willing to divide with you. Bonhomme ate making are just was In town Sunday. sick are thin. Are you sure I the vital element of life. COLLEGE NOTES. We want your trade and will name you prices on Hash, Doors, Blind. "Two years ago, after a severe atsimply grand, To see them makes all over town to private residences, 1 the food is all right 7 Chil-- I Ceiling, Weatherboardlng, etc., offices and business houses. Mr. J. M. Mattlngly went to one hungry. tack of the grip, I was overcome with Flooring, dren can't help but tfrowt Mr. Howard Ellis spent Thursday IQ2J Owensboro Sunday. "1NETJM? nervous dyspepsia. I was so low that Everybody should come out to the afternoon visiting the college. J they must grow if their food R. C. Sutphln, Jeweler, will repair For the next 30 days we will make a specially low price on entire bouse, I could not bear to be spoken to, and Mr. Sam Bishop, of Centerlown, your watches, clocks, etc., In Bingham entertainment to morrow morning Miss Jessie Thursday npuruhes them, remaps a during tbe nervous spasms which I pattern. was in town Wednesday. order and guarantee them to night. The proceeds go for the ben Smith, Mrs. J. R. Pirtle and little mistake .was made in the frequently suffered, I had no control efit of the Baptist church. It is hop daughter, Lucile, were welcome visiLeave your stock with Likens & give satisfaction. n.tl anrf n n rtlllr flip fit ofanyot my organs. Every remedy Dealer In all kinds of Building Material, Cor 7th & Ingle, Kvansvllle, Ind. everyone who possibly can tors at General Exercises. U ed that Ross when In Hatttord. gestlon Is weakened. If that j knowu to my physicians was tried AKnt fur tbe lie.t I'Mtnt runt ra. Hnil lor Cat!i;nr. Mr. R. T. Collins' Immense stock will come out. Doors, will open at Friday morning we were pleased to is so, don't give the baby 1 without success and then my wife to hear of dry goods came up on the boat Itverybody should come out have the grand jury with us and also 7. p. m. a lot of medicine 1 just use brought me a bottle of Dr. Miles' Tuesday. He Is preparing to open Bingham tomorrow night. Misses Ella Herring, Fannie Render Tom Griffin, colored, was indicted common Nervine. After using one bottle I your every-da- y and Judge Miller, Bros, have just received a up about the first ot April. Carson by the grand jury for the murder of sense and help nature a could speak a few words. At the Miss Mattie Pirtle spent Saturday large supply ot seed popatoes. Messrs. T. II. Balmaln, Robt. Plum Ben Carter, whose body was round I could talk quite at home visiting her parents. f little, and the way to do end of three months I am completely Farming Implements of all kinds, mer and Sam Stevens, of near Beaver iu the river here sometime ago. it is to add half a teaspoon-fu- l naturally and now Miss Mamie Bennett and Maggie Dam, were the guests of Judge Miller Griffin was locked up, but it Is doubt for sale by Henry Field & Son. cured of the trouble." Machine, Economical-Writin- g of Duncan attended General Exercises Thursday, ful whether or not sufficient evidence Guo. A. Andrews. apples, Wednesday and For alt kinds of dried fruit, at the college Monday morning. convict him can be found, V ConitncttJ on tdcnHfU prtocpki tnj Great Barrington, Mass. peaches etc , go to Carson Bros. Moore & Sanderfur, the new gro- to Miss Flora Riley is absent from of slmfflt pMrtt, U Is tht most Autk A trial package of Dr. Miles' favor Rtptl'HUsutKiKtJto nucitntm--k. kindly Invite the people of Mr. school this week, being detained at Previous to last Saturday Mrs. M. L. Heavrln is visiting cery men, Z tUmlntmtm. tils thi BtttYtUuWrtto. ite treatment for the grip, consisting Hartford and Ohio county to give Charles Christian, an Industrious and home on the account of sickness. relatives in Owensboro this week. Antl-Pai- n Ask for Art Cialyw. of Dr. Mlles'Nervlne.Dr. Miles' Horse a call. Pate's old tUnd. them Mr. S A. Bilbro returned to school farmer, living near Pills, and Dr. Miles' Nerve and For anything to be found in a first- 77i Smith Prtmttr Typewriter Company, For the very best tonsorlal work, Branch, had twelve grandchildren, Monday morning after a visit home on Carson Bros. Liver Pills, will be sent absolutely class grocery call girls, Mr. Christian Saturday aud Sunday 215 5th St. Louisville. Ky call on Bulllngton, the barber. He each of them to the baby's food three or free of cost to any person sending 412 Walnut St. , Cincinnati, O. This week closes the third term and Mr. B P. Neal went to Piradlse on has elegant quartern, the best of tools, has five married children and had ol four times a day. The gain 1 name and address on a postal card, re legal business the first of the week. tf fered a prize of $30.00 tor a grandson. everybody is busy preparing to tale and will fix you up in style. will begin the very first day questing the sample, and mentioning Mrs. Thomas Daniel wou the prize the examination held the last ot tbe will give your stock Likens & Ross Mr Jas. H. Thomas, ot Beaver iyou give it. it seems to the name of tbls paper. Address Di. X. moraing. week. especial attention when you come to Dam, who has been seriously 111 ol last Saturday correct the digestion and Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. A slick duck has been victimizing court. pneumonia, la getting better and his To be entirely relieved ot the aches j gets the baby started right merchauts In the Fast end of the and pains, of rheumatism means a I MdWklikay umu The vefy freshest and best groceries physicians think he will recover. again. If the baby is nurs n4 Hon.D.J.Bfewer,JujlkolU.S.Sopfan Court, . llNI county by pretending to be a Deputy great deal, and Hocd's Sarsaparllla WEBSTER'S Il toys I comiuima kuiiiuim qb yrwit utou- In the market can be found at Moore f intf but does not thrive, then last page of Tim Rbpubm Oa the nbniul FRER Internal Revenue Collector and tell- does it. I nl uuinontjv' a. 1. ai wteturts. & Sanderfur'a. .INTERNATIONAL CAM will be found the complete text of m. IM Mi frj.r ai the mother should taKe tne 1 It excels In the cam wltk which tho tja fln lb ing them that certain articles must be word sought In uvunoy of definition In effect-ItDam, the decision of the Court of Appeals stampped and collecting money for a It will have emulsion. DICTIONARY Mr. T. H. flalmaln. ol Beaver method of Indicating proauncUtloa In terse and la and. comprehensive statement of I good effect both upon the Wanted-- An made no a very' pleasant call while In relative to school district taxation. (MM tllAPs stamps, which he promised to send Idea Vba tMuthlalt practical um as a working dictionary. town Wednesday. Mtllk. MfcV brlSUT TUIft The Render Baptist church, at Ren by the next mall. A full description Piitrtnw paja, tt unl on appWMtlnn. mother and child, iwenty KM rUil AUoe. . it C MtrrUm Co. rMi4t, SiUn&.u. Mm.. U. 8. A, uyi WMblMUM. W" U?" wuttaL I five vears proves this lad. Hon. James R. Scott, candidate for der, Ky , will be dedicated oa the 5th of the sharper should be sent to Col uOlbl U two bJUfaiaTO UvtablMi the Democratic nomination for Attor- Sunday In April, 1899 The Rev. J lector Franks, who would put Uncle m4 li.to, ill dnili. men on his BOWNE, ClumUu, Ntw Ysik. ney General, will speak at the Court A. Bennett, ofFalrview, Ky , wlllol Sam's secret service tf track. ficlate. House at I o'clock ll K&mW is We BUY FOR CASH We Sell For Cash. "SO-CALL- Mr. D. L. Maddoz, of near Rock-poiand Mies Stella Ross, Center-towwill be united In the holy bonds Snraaparilln. It nertr dimjipcint$. Crlp-"8l- itn ncfks ot crip mtd me ot matrimony at the home of the bride weak, but slier all tlie (ailed Hood's Sar- next Sunday. The groom is an ensaparllla curtd roe. IaI.t I ortrworkrd, and dyspepsia and ranker In month and ergetic and enterprising farmer and atoinach bothered me. I took tbe Barsapa-rithe bride Is one of the county's most netln and It completely restored m." charming and winsome ladles. Mr. Mai. Elizabeth I'omak, Exeter, V, 11. Rheumatism -"- Myself and a friend Maddox Is to be congratulated on both auflrred from serere attack! of rheumatism, llood'a Sarsaparllla cured both. winning the hand aud heart of such Wo would not be without It." W, II. an estimable young lady. Liana, (A Leonard St., Fall Hirer, Mass. Head and Back " For one year pains The grand jury ended Is work here In my hack and head prevented mjr household duties. I took llood'a Barsaparllla and last Saturday. It was one ot the most am a well woman. It also cured tin grip conservative and one of the best grand In our family." Mas. Morn HmcmsoN, Cor. First and Franklin A.,Coluiubus,Ind. juries ever organized In Hattford. It returned about 25 indictments and it has been said that every one would "stick." Of the numberteturned five cf the indictment are for smurder. If npod'l PI1U fnre llf.r 111., th. nop Irrlutlng an4 the prosecution ol the indicted were only c.lh.rtlc to ufc. with Hood'. ftri.prill. as faithfully conducted as the jury's Inquiry was It is very probable that Mrs. Will Fair, who has been in none would escape justice. toulsville purchasing the Sptlng Mrs. E. J. Hudson has just received millinery for Fair & Co's stock of Mammoth Store, home a message from Long Pine, Neb., returned bearing the sad news ot the death of Tuesday. sister, Mrs. S D. Knowles. She call her. If in need ol enlarged portraits, died very suddenly on the 14th Inst., at Schroder's Floating Studio and see of heart failure. Mrs. Knowles was samples and prices on best grades only. born and reared in Hartford and has His place of business is headquarters many friends here who will be sadtf for such work. dened to learn of her untimely death. Field & Sou have secured an extra She was a noble christian woman. The stable and now have ample room to loss sustained in her death will weigh accommodate all their customers. heavily upon her aged husband and The politest attention and the best ol friends. She was 60 years of age. feed lor your horses. Bingham Entortalnmont. July 17. Elegance, Style and Quality - Exhibition of New Styles. To Sell Reliable Goods! first-clas- ft Cx-Go- FAIR & CO. - Stewart & Leach at Beaver Dam will take your Produce of all kinds: Butter, eggs, chickens, feathers,&c. in exenange ior thing in the Dry goods line. Try them. They are merchants. Inspection of Our Stock. J. ffogle & 0. m f3 gj To the People of Ohio County. . 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S. 8. 8. seemed to get right at the trouble, forced tho poison out of my blood ; soon afterwards the sore hoalod up and was cured sound and well." Swift's Specific deop-seateo havo failed, hid nuiai uaaci, otber treatment or remediesrcaohc8 s s Si alwayB promptly &'&aJi2& can. The real name of the writer should accompany each communication, to insure publication. Remittances may be made by Money Order, Registered Lets ter, I3auk Check or Draft. Correspondence intended for publN cdtion or on business connected with the office, to Insure prompt attention, should be addressed to Tim Republi Post-Office shall, by appropriate legislation, provide lor an efficient system ofcommon schools throughout the State;" second, that the limitation contained In .prohibitthe latter part of section ing counties, cities, towns and taxing districts from Incurring indebtedness, in any manner or for any purpose, to an amovnt exceeding, In any year, the income and revenue provided for such year, without the assent of of the voters thereof, voting at au election held for that two-third- s is mailed reenter-Ito Its subscribers until a definite order to discontinue it Is received and all arrears are paid in full. Tim Re publican is ;i per year 11 paid in but it not paid in advance will be Ji.is per year. v The Republican DECISION. Lato Doclslon of the Court of AppoalsAf footing School ire? fMftWO District Taxation. The following is a complete text ol the decision. School Taxation Constitutional law Under section 157 ol the Consti tution the trustees ol a school district have no authority to levy a tax for school purposes to an amount exceed tag- in one year the income and reven ue provided for such year without the assent of two thirds of the voters thereof, voting at an election to be held for that purpose. The exception in said section for school purposes applies alone to the rate of taxation which may be fixed br the legislature. The levy of a tax for four years to build a school house, without having submitted the question to the voters of the district, was illegal, and section 4440 of Kentucky Statutes, attempts ing to authorize such levy, is uncon- mmffl?ftmrwm iecoiingtt7mmv',iS ablejfwil w$i l'fc&ii)l ( J-- W J$i fS?? purpose, has no application to indebtedness incurred for the erection and equipment ot common school build ings; third, that "taxing districts and other municipalities" (section 137) does not include common school districts. It seems to us, after n careful consideration of all the provisions n( the Constitution bearing upon this question, that the words "for other than school purposes" refer solely to the rate at which taxes may be levied for common school purposes. The Constitution leaves to the legislature the power to fix the rate at which taxes may bo levied for common school proposes by cities, towns, counties, taxing districts and other municipalities, but withholds irom it the power to authorize Indebtedness "Incurred In any manner or for any purpose to an amount not exceeding In any year the income and revenue provided lor that year, without the of the voters assent of thereof," and expressly provides that any indebtedness contracted In excess thereot shall be void, and that such contracts shall no be enforcible by the person with whom made nor ever thereafter assumed by such munici two-third- s 13,500 tons, making them by far the largest ships in the American navy, and about equal In dimension to the best type of battleships now being constructed aboard under the saw practice, They will carry each four 12. inch guns in turrets. The calibre Is an Inch less than the guns carried by the Oregon, but, my improved design, they will be almost equal iu penetrative power. Instead of eight 8 inch guus, the new ships will have no les that sixcalibre, all rapid teen guns of fire, and twenty 6 pounders. This battery presents the Ideal proportion between guns, as taught by experience of our own fleet during the Spanish war and of the Chinese and Japanese vessels during their late war. The speed ot the ships will be clgh-- , teen knots. For protection against the enemy's shots, the battle ships will have one belt of aimor seven lect, six inches broad, running clear around the water line, three feet and six Inches nbove and four below. The six cruisers of the unarmored type provided for can be built, and Chief Constructor Hlchborn has already been working out the d eslgn upon lines approved by the bureau of Thecort is expected to construction be considerably more than that of the Marblehead, which was 674,000, for the amount allowed by congress was $1,141,800 each. OHIO COUNTY COURT, Order. vs. Petition for Graded School. At a regular term of the Ohio Couuty Court, held on tho 5th day ot December, 1898, at the Court Houso in ilarttord, ivy., tue pennon sigueu aud legal by ten citizens, voters ot Ohio county, was tiled in open court, asking that au election be held for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters within certain boundaries set out therein, as to whether a Graded Common School District shall be established, which petition was filed ol record, and having laid over for more than one month for exceptions and no exceptions being filed to same. This cause coming on again for hearing at a regular term of this court, held on the uth day of February, 1899, it appearing that a petition eigued by C. T. Whittingbill, M. L. Shreve, J. U. Mason, T. J. Whittingbill, C. H. Walker, J. W. Miles, T. II. Miles, E.T. Pate, 0. 8. the Moxley and others, was filed-witCounty Judge, at the last regular December term of this court, asking that a Graded Common School District be organized, with its boundaries as follows, viz: Beginning at E. T, Pate's to include him ; tbeuce to S. II Phillip's to include him; thence to J. K. Harder's to exclude him; thence to J. II. Pollard's to include him; thence to E'isha Webster's t6 include him ; thence to James Webster's to excludo him; thence to William Ii. Cheek's to include him ; thence to II. D. Lloyd's to include him ; thence to R. T. Miller's to include him; thence to G. P. Lewis' to exclude him; thence to the Wesley Cooper farm to exclude it; thence to C. M. Dowell to include him; tbence to the begimung, and that the site for the school. Iiousool said proposed District be the Whitlot, which site is tingbill school-hous- e certified to bo not exceeding two and s h C.T.WhittiDghill.&c, ) S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD is tho only blood remedy that ia guaranteed purely vegetable, and contains no mercury, potash, arsonic, or auy other mineral or chemical. It never fails to cure Cancer, Eczema, Scrofula, Rheumatism, Contagious Blood Poison, Tetter, Boils, Carbuncles, Sores, etc. Valuable books mailed freo by Swift Specific Company, Atlanta, Ga-- pality. This limitation applies to every form ot municipal indebtedness, in cluding that created for the benefit of common schools. By section 4463 o! the Kentucky Statutes the legislature has fixed the limit of such tax rate lor common schools at not exceeding 25 cents in any one year on every hundred dollars' worth of taxable property in the drlstrict, and one dollar on each white years of age male citizen twenty-on- e and over. In the case of the City Council of Richmond v. Powell, 16 Ky. Law Rep., 174, the same contention was made as in this case as to the meaning ol the words "for other than school purposes," and in the opinion rendered this court said: "It this construction is given the Constitution then we find unlimited power in the legislature on this subject, and the city council, when for school purpos es, may be vested with the power to impose any burden, by way of taxa tion or indebtedness, that in its diss. cretlou may be deemed necessary for maintaining schools and erecting buildings for that purpose. "While it is made the duty of the board of education and the council to provide suitable school buildings, they must regard the constitutional limit placed upon their action in creating a municipal indebtedness for that purpose, and the section of the Constitution quoted in express terms prohibits the creation of a municipal Indebtedness, 'in any manner or for any purpose, to an amount exceeding, in any year, the income and revenue provided for such year, with out first obtaining the assent ot two thirds of the voters of the municipality.' The qualification other than for school purposes was Inserted to leae that question to legislative control; but when the city council proposes, in any manner or for any purpose, to create and indebtedness exceeding the income or indebtedness for the year, the wish of the voters must be cons suited and their assent obtained be fore the obligation Is created. The very purpose of the Constitution would be disregarded with such a construction, and heavy burdens placed upon the property within the municts palities, that caused much complaint prior to the adoption of the present Constitution, and to remove the miss chief the section In question was adopted." As wassaid further in that case: "II an indebtedness assumed, although payable in Installments, that exceeds the income, and is prohibited in express terms by the Constitution," And after a careful consideration of the able briefs of counsel for appellant, and an examination ol all the authorities cited, this court adheres to the conclusions reached in that case. It follows that, as the indebtedness incurred by appellant exceeded the income and revenue provided for the district for the year In which it was created, it is in violation ol the Con stltution and void, and the trustees of the district were not authorized to levy a tax to pay It. Wherefore, the judgment isaulrnied. Judge Hobson not sitting, Whole court, except Judge Hobson, considered the cise, f miles from any part of tho boundary of tho said proposed district; and it appearing also that said petilegil voters tioners aro and residents of tho proposed Graded Common School District and of tho Fordsville Justice District of this couuty; and it further appearing that tho County Superintendent has en. dorsctl on s.i(l petition, his approval of same ; and that a majority ot tho Trustees ol each Common School District that will ho embraced within said proposed Graded Common School District in whole or in part, have endorsed their approval 011 said petition, as provided bylaw; and the court being siillicicntly advicd, it is ordered and adjudged that S. T. Stevens.tho Slier-il- l of Ohio comity be, and is hereby, directed to cause a poll to bo opened and an election to be held at tlio , on tho 25th Whittintliill day of March, 1899, the same being forty dajs or more alter tho entry of j this order, for the purpose ot taking tho eenso of the legal white voters residing within the boundary of tho said proposed Graded Common School District, w hero tliero shall be levied and collected an annual tax of filly cents ou each one hundred dollars of property uiluo therein, subject to State and county taxation, owned by white persons, and ono dollar and fifty cents of poll tax on each white male inhabitant of said proposed Graded Common School District over 21 years ol nge, for the purpoce of establishing and maintaining a Graded Common School therein as provided in sections 100 to i;J0 of the Common School Law. The officers of said election will also causo the legal voters of said proposed Graded Common School District to vote lor six persons to ue Trustees of same, in casosaid tax shall bo approved. The officers of said elec- tion will make return, in due form, of the result of same, at the earliest day practicable. A Copy. Attest; M. S. RAGLAND, Clerk of the Ohio County Court. ono-halschool-lioiKe- Tho Kind You IIuvo Alwnyrt llouirlit, nnil which litis been In uo for 6icr JtO yonri, has homo lho nlgntituro of -- nnil linn hern imitto under hi por- rf Hoiiul unpen lilon uliico Us Infancy. sj6?tf?-- 7 CVy. ettcAi.tl Allow no ono to deceit o you In this. All Counterfeits, Imitations nnd Hiitistltiitcs nro hut Hint trlllo iillh and eudunircr tho health of Infants mid Children Kxpcrlcnco against Kxperliueut. -- ? What is QASTORIA Cnstnrln Is n Mibstlttito for Castor Oil, Pnrcirorlc, Drops nnd Sootlihiff Syrups. It Is Harmless and Pleasant. It contain neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its auo Is Its guarantee. It destroy n Worms nnd allays revcrlshuess. It cures Dlarrhiun nnd Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation nud Flatulency. It assimilates tho Food, regulates tho Stomach nnd llowclt, glilng healthy mid natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ' ALWAYS The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 2U&& 30 Years. Boats tho Signnturo of r" stitutional. J. S. Sprigg and J. H. Vanmeter for appellant. W. H. Marriott and H. W. Bruce for appellee. Appeal from Hardin Circuit Court. Opinion of the court by Judge Bur-na- I ill kt1! lfi OmVSt mag tte trus " We bring to you the new and true from th P'ney 'orests Norway tTlWtflBBSBfcWillT 1 vMmJ ollWrccal'lll Sxjfwft &WMSkKIIKK Hwllr5J(ySSS " RId2 out tha old Rie oat tte liIs8 Ring la the new ' vOMsSrwJiKfi' DR. BELL'S Pine-Tar-Hon- ey The common school superintendent Hardin county, by an order properly entered, condemned the school house in District No. 11 in that county, and directed the trustees of that district to provide a new school building. Pursuant to this order the trustees, under the provisions of section 4440, Kentucky Statutes, levied a poll tax of $1 ou each white male citizen over twenty-onyears of age, residing in the district, for each of four consecutive years, beginning of e Notice is hereby given that iu obedience to tho above order of the County Court of Ohio county, I will bold au electiou at tho time and place indicated, from 7 o'clock a. m. till 4 o'clock p. in., for the purposes set out in the said order. Those who may vote, are all white males over twenty-on- e years old, who have been residents of the proposed Graded Common School District for GO days, aud in tho couuty for six months, and in the State one year, preceding tho day of said election. S. T. STEVENS, Sheriff Ohio County. This, the 25 day of February.1899. LIVES !rT .""Js? fir Ika, A housekeeper living in Pcnnsdale, Pennsylvania,' had a severe spell of indigestion last Fall which was very obstinate, but after using about one dozen cartons Ripans Tabulcs, was greatly benefited, and now only uses II A. October 1, 1894, and an ad valorem Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to a Plcasaat.Pcrmanent, Positive Cure for coughs, colds and all inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. The sore, weary Lungs are exhilarated ; the mucus Is cut out ; tha cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that there cough-worn microbe-bearing tax of 35 cents on each one hundred dollars' worth of taxable property In the district for the same period of time, the poll and property tax to be paid annually to the district treasurer, as provided by section 4443, Kentucky Statutes, to be used in paying for a new school house and its equipment, which they at once put under contract. The cost price ol this building and equipment greatly exceeded the income and revenue pro. vided for the school district for that year, and required lor its payment the entire income and revenue collect tlble during the foursucceeding years. The tax for 1804 was paid, but ap pellee, a taxpayer in the district, having refused to pay the tax for the year 1895, this action was instituted. Appellee demurred to the petition on the ground that the trustees were not authorized to Incur the indebtedness for which the tax was levied, became it was in excess of the revenue provided for the district lor that year. Its demurrer was sustained and the petition dismissed, and from that judgment this appeal is prosecuted. The proper determination of the question presented depends upon the construction given to section 157 of the Constitution, which provides: "The tax rate of cities, towns, coun ties, taxing districts and other municipalities, for other than school, pur. poses, shall not, at any time, exceed the following rates upon the value of the taxable property therein, viz. (limiting the burden to be Imposed according to the grade of the city): No county, city, town, taxing district, or other municipality, shall be author Ized or permitted to become indebted, in any manner or for any purpose, to an amount exceeding, In any year, the Income and revenue provided for such year, without the assent of of the voters thereof, voting at an election to beheld for that purpose, and any indebtedness contracted in violation ot this section shall be void. Nor shall such contract be enforcible by the person with whom made; nor shall such municipality ever be authorized to assume the same." Appellant contends, first, that by the insertion of the words "for other than school purposes" in the first part of this section it was intended to exempt all taxes levied for the benefit of common schools from the limitations and restrictions Imposed therein upon every form of municipal indebtedness, and to leave to the discretion of the legislature the power to provide for the support of common schools, putaunat to the authority granted by section 183 of the Constitution, which provides: "The general assembly two-thir- ds ii -- -- tjJBJBJE33TPy7j C21i(BifiWijJL c --m is no inclination to cough. SOLD DY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS I AM 8B Hjr mami7 Bottle Only. 26o., 50c. and $1.00 Slxts BE SURE YOU GET YEARS OLD. andn.vrr rued cijujh to lr. lwu a Jlrrislar M Ilunrjr. ItcUnqulcaaod wrmanrotrnnt ! RaII'S PlnaMaNHOIIflV IIIB"StH"JIUIlBJ Ittnrkr. rk lunn strong -- Mn. M. A. MetcaUa, rmuMb,:a,i For Salo by Z. WAYNE GRIFFIN & BRO. 1 KjPjfeS JN&Cl'j General Directory. STATE OFFICIALS. rig ton. G. D. Royal, Assessor. Fon Rogers, School Supt. L. W. Hunt. Coroner Rnlnlmr i CHILL TDNIC DROVE'S TASTELESS them occasionally. I do all I can toward recommending Ripans Tabulcs, she writes, and expect to keep them in the house for future use. Am forty years old. tU prt" IwU.mr.UU.ai,uM r.iannimicil. ulaMnaU j4 br allliliK- -l hi f.rTrlbl u w u IlimOinui t lb tnml mrtoM kr 2TtaT luruS Oouiir.N. I, anWH.X. ltr,uU,feaiTa rtiiiLMlVtu mi f w M M ! t:- i - limiirrMMiiiiiiMnuTintinuliKwwt.ilrtiNinu)buhrl.iiaM lo la -- ImwiW4k.hUMmnrliunIvnu.lHiiuluuu.n.u4kilMw Keeper, Hartford. JU8TICE3' COURTS. Secretaryof State Charles Finley. T. A. Evans Court will hp JirIH Attorney General W. S. Taylor. at Fordsville on Marnh Int. .Tunn 1t Auditor Samuel H. Stone. September 1st and December 18th. Treasurer Geo. W. Long. B. F. Graves Court will be held Commissioner of Agriculture, Hor ticulture aud Statistics Lucas at Bulord on March 30, Juno 29,Sep-tember Governor William 0. Bradley. Lieut. Governor W. J. Worth-- Springs. u. K. Uarapbell, I'oorhouso l(fMroSil TIH: EICEUEHCE OF SYRUP OF HGS Uslluarti-limin- e iDolUlhraa n lrl7 IhU vt U inn, l th drill; bmlnru, Iut uki unlrtritl ull hivtr told in artlcl (bat s I3JU8T AS COOD FOR ADULTS. 1JMKRANTED. PRICE 50 eta. QiLiTU, Iua, Not. 18, USB. iTllMllelneCo,b(.Ii3uU,Uo. boUlai ot ki14 lot Jtu, rt (,.nllutn:-- T TASTKLIUS C11IIJ. TONIC uxl h "?Aj VT&jJ SEND US SEND YOU AND WE WILL OHM OAU.ON FINB (mcoaroaataui $2 LOUISVILLE, KY For sale by J. Moore. Superintendent Public Iustruction-Daviwn. Register Land Office Chas. 0. Reynold. Insurance Bureau Commissioner-- D, V. Coraitigore. Adjutant General U. R. Collier. State Librarian Miss Paul Deane W. J. Ilardiu. 28 aud December 21. S. J. Weixer Court will be held at Sulphur Springs on March 28,June 27, September 20 and December 23. H. B. Taylor Court will be held nt Cromuell nn Mnrrh 4. .Tnnn 10 September 2 aud December 9. W. A. Rose Court mil be held at CeDtertown on February 13, May 29, August 28 aud November 1. W. II. Dames, Judge. J. S. R. Wedding, Attorney. TOWN TKUSTRE8. It.ULHOAD COMMISSIONERS. CITY DIRECTORY. Jno. C. Wood, cbairraanj Dempsey, H. S. Irwin, F, Brown. J. P. uel Secretary-Sam- S. K. Cox, Ch'm'n. I. A. Thomas, Treasurer. Jno. 15. Bean, Sec'y. Geo. Klein. A. D. White. Preeton Morton Post No. a. n. A. R. hold their ref ulnr mppllmr fVitnr STATE LEQISLATUrtE. day before the first Sunday in each Senator Hon. T. G. Turner. Representative Ohio County Hon. luouui in iourt nail at I o'clock p. m. w. A. CARSON, Com. R. 0. Jnrnagin. John C. Chamberlain, Adjt. CONCJKESSIONAI.. Senators Hon. William C. Lindi eay, Hon. W. J. Deboc. Representative Fourth District Hou. D. H. Smith. OHIO COUNTY. CIRCUIT COURT. la due not on to the originality and alrepllcitj ot the combination, hut alio to tho care and skill with which it is manufactured by scientific proceues known to the California Fio Sybup Co. only, and we wlih to Imprcsa upon all the Importance of purchasing the true and original remedy. As the genuine Syrnp of Figi ii manufactured by the Califokkia Fia Srnvp Co. only, a. knowledge of that fact will RMlit one in aroidlng the worthies imitations manufactured by other par-tiTh high standing of the California Fio Sthup Co. with the medical profeatlon, and the satisfaction which th genuine Syrup of Fig has gWn to million of families, make th name of the Company a guaranty ot the excellence of iu remedy. It far in advance of all other laxatives, a It act on the kidneys, liver and bowels without Irritating or weakening them, and it doe not gripe nor nauseate. In order to get it beneficial affect, plae remember the name of the Company CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO. AN FRANCISC. Cil IAIUUTILLE. K. J1W TOUK, W.T. 1 Coon COON HOLLOW WHISKEY Seeuroiy Hollow guaranteed. H. iaHaaaa Whiskey simon n. jones go. jr. Williams. packed in plain box. Absolutely pura. Quality SECOND AND MAIN STREETS. IEK.&K. The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO. DETTJEtE3 pure aud -- Our W. C. Hickman Nelson County Hour Mah Whisky is absolutely WHISKY. ,.. 250,000 CURED. WECURE EMISSIONS No t M f tan Lo mora Jcmomliflrf to mlMle-a- I men .bin the trcs enc 01 iiie?B inry nifntir nweF." liroducevftftkneM. nervouineM, a feeling of Jliguft and a whole train uffjnirtomi. Ihav unfit a man fur butlntf. married Ofe ana foOal happlne. Xso matter whether caiio4 by evit In bit i la youth, . uur natural weakocia or eeiual e ice New Mctbotl 'ircatmcut IH poilt.vclr e. youogor ! CUT0 30U. is good for all occasions. 00 5 Year Old per gallon ..4.-8G Year Old per gallon 2 50 3 00 8 Year Old per gallon 10 Year Old per gallon J 00 14 Year Old per gallon ,.... COO 19 Year Old per gallon 0 00 . No charge for jugs, Boxed It desired free. Full line Imported and California Wines. Solo agent Dr. Bouvenir Bucbn Gin, a cure for all Kid" ney troubles; price $1.00 a quart. ,.. NO IleaJer, you lite 1 lielr. Karly obuio or later eicersei may lime weakened you, hxiosuro may hate Ul.ea.eil 3011 lou are not M fo I ill rurej. Uur New Method on run no rlk, trill cure jou. Vounc Mini You are tat, feeble nnl hngganli nerrotis. Irritable anil ex citable Vo i hctnino forgetful, muroie, and dcipondent. Lloklici and tiinplei, CURE' NO PAY VST Write for catalogue or when in ROSENBAUN BROS., W&SXS&ZfStfui. the City call to tee us. ' ' 50,000 CURED HEXTKY FIELD ARB RUNNING A & SON pas- Hon. W. T. Oh en, Judge Owens boro. Hon. J. Edwin Rone, Attorney Otvcnsboro. Black, Jailor -- Hartford. S. A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford. Rowan Holbrook, Master Connnis-sion- TII. Constipation, Headache, Biliousness, Heartburn, Indigestion, Dizziness, your sunken ores, wrinkled face. htooptnK form and downcait oountrnauce reveal tho blight of four existence. WECURE VARICOCELE I NSOMNA I have been uilnic CASCAllItTSfor CANOY CATHARTIC Inilluito that liver Hartford. Is cut of order. The G. B. Likens, Trustee Jury Fund but medicine to rouse Hartford. ttio lher mid euro all H T Klavona RI,orifT HnrttV..,! tins? Ills, Is found In Deputies D. M. Hockcr, T. II. Ben. ton, u. u. Martin nnu w. it. xmsley. Court convenes tirst Mondav in 25 cents. Sold by all medicine dealers. March and August aud continues tlirce weeks, and third Monday iu May and Itrauviu ;oib,lk.rT'ii "Hum u November two weeks. rugf lk 4iir for Ubufv, wi COUHTY COURT. .Tas. P. Miller, Judge Ilarttord. niaouvva (rB ( v 9ir9Hgm km3 id. 4oau M.-S- . labtftitl Racland.Clerk Hartford. LAAtOltd Uu lw'WViVkVLP"' NOTaUAI'fi.ai H I L" M, L, IIOrt.vrln,Attornoy-IIartfor- d, 0W 1 F rijurh fAm ka Court convenes first Monday in Hl,pUtty(prUuatlr Hank On ImomnU, wlta blca I have been uflllctcd (or over twenty year, and I can say that dcaretl naye given me more ro lief than any other remedy I bave ever tried. I atiall certainly recommend tnem to my Irlenda aa belnif all (bey nre Taos, aiLLAnu, LirIii, 111. represented." Vn initltitr hnrr fnrlnil TOur caiA Mir lteforUuvr loruiou may havo hail it, our NfcW MrTMHiii 'lHi:r.MLNV will euro it. 'Jhs "wormy ulni" return to tnelr normal condition ana utneo int rental nrsani rocehe troer nourtrh meat Hie orenni bucmne tllalixcd. all ceaie anil unnatural drain or iHiwcrt return. No temorary ineot. nut a neruianent euro awnred, m i.i;hi:. Nil lMY. NO Ol'l It A. 1ION Nl.i UKSAKY. NO Dr.rfcN To and from Beaver Dam. A nice New OMNIBUS will meet all senger trains at Beaver Dam. lon NICE VEHICLE AND GOOD HORSES GUARANTEES A COMFORTABLE RIDE.' lioN rnosi iiutiiMss. Vt'a Hood's Pills PURES GUARANTEED (II, .1.1, ThrooBlgDattloshlps. The plans for the three big battleships authorized by the naval ap- cacn-monm- , QUARTERLY COURT. tfn&irr: WiMZsi rtdioeaf I. iiinai 1 tuiiu id monif' Um4 J I. t lkM.rwrfuDi! Iri. iHUHl, Uin&tl propriation bill just passed are being worked out. The battleships will be no a thousands tons larger than the Qoo.1. Potent Taite 1'aUtahJ ricaunt Sicken, Weaken or Urine flood XtK, Merer Hic.c Maine and the Missouri class, through ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... MMtri, , v,, its laid on almost the same basis as the luiiiaf Sold and Rilarantfled iorineT, with a total displacement of rlU'lU'DAu Uuto dvilKTobaccoliabU ato rr, nii, They also kcop a first- - class Livery and Feed stable. Leave your order at Field's Stable, corner Market and Union Strcots, Hartford. All orders promptly attended ikuaTuuni DHH. to, and all stock entrustcdJatoir care will, Kennedys KerganS have especial nttotttion.SSSJSSSBSK i.c n. ruumn treat and cure M I'll IMS, (MIMdUMS IU 'UJLM'l, MHIUTimK, VAltltOCM,!:. BUMI NAIj LOLS, llliAliil.il AND Kill (JO NHULTATl ON dliearen. i'HIX. 1IIIOKH rlthK. CIIAI'.dl.S MOIIi:lt WT. If linaldn to rail, write Ol IMION 1ILANK for ilOMU for CINCINNATI, O. oi., sI QUGDF-ISLKISOKTpfop'r- ft Begins on the second each month, COURT OF Monday iu CLAIMS, Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after tho second Monday in October1 OTHER POUNTY Corn Cure nmvi lh A Sure N. Mley, Surveyor. OFFICER). ttfAtr lto. b,,,, i. 4rufiutt cr br mm. CIIUMICAL CO., UUO t'htrrr ., I'UU. htrmitit. salva, corn p."n ,r nd a"T thi If it falls to cure go to your merchant AND GET YOUR MONEY BACK. We will refund to him. Price 50 cts. VAN VLEET - MANSFIELD DRUG CO,, oiaT 6lo Proprietors, MEMPHIS, TENN.