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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 hao1899111001 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 t The The The The The krpuullcxn and Louisville Onntnerclal, l yeat,$l 25. Republic m and the Courier Journal, I )crir,$i.a5 Republic in and Ihe Toledo (O ) Made, I jear, $1 25 llepubliwn and Louisville Dikpatch, I J ear, $1 35. RepuUicun and the Ulobe Democrat, t cnr $1 J, I The Haetdbd Republican. ' -- Fine Job Work a Specialty. VOL. .." - - - Tho Bopublican kindly invitcB its many rondors and irtonda to rivo thoso tnorcbanta who advcrliso In its columns tho bonoilt ut thoir trade. It will bo regarded as a per sonal favor. OFFICIAL QRGAH Or IHE PASTV IK IRE FQDRJB COHQRESSIOKJLL DISTRICT. Subscription $1 a year. XII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, iNOVEMBER'10, 1899, pluto outfit will ho sent to him by express, ho to pay tho express agont $1.00 and oipress charges for tho outfitywith the distinct understanding that wo will refurid the $1.00 as soon as his orders have ainountod to $25, which amount of orders he can take tho yery first day. Don't comparo this with any catchy offers made tq get jour $1.00. Tho gemijnonons of our offer and our reliability are proven by tho bank reference referred to above, or you can easily find out liy writing to anyone in Chicago to call on us. This is a rare chanco for some man in Hartford or vicinity, to toko up a work at once that wlt'i reasonable effort on his part is suro to net him from $5.00 to $10.00 a. day from tho start, and we trust that from among jour many readers we will be able to got a fow (rood representatives in Hartford and adjoining towns. Cut this notice out and mail to tho No. 16. Cargo-Tram- FUSION'S SWORD. A JOHN P. MORTON ncss entrusted to nis care, Coutt House. Boautlful Gift From tho Poo-plo- of ATI ORNEY AT LAW, HAnrroRit,. ky. ... . - .11 I....I OpCCIBI HUCDIIUU given w mm uuol n -l -- Kansas. I Office in HARTFORD, KY. Will practice hi prolusion in nil the coutta ol Ohio and adj ining counties and Court ol Appe.iU. Special atten Hon ulven to collections. ftltorneyat Law TAYLOR," jtTTOJtJMX A TLA W M. Jj HEAVR1N,- - When Gen, Frederick fusion arrives In Tppekn, he will be given a sword bought with contributions from nearly 3,000 different people of Kansas. The cost of the srford, which has been made by Tiffany & Co , is $1,000. SHELBY HARl'FORI), KY Will practice his piofesslon in nil the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and Coutt of Appeals. Special attention given to all assignments in bank ruptcy. I Acts gently on fSV- - Kidneys, Liver and Bowels r,EANSESTHE5Y5TCM EFFECTUALLY, the Attorney at Law HARTFOUD, KY. given to SPECIAL attention abstracts making col JNO. B. WILSON. Ac. alio NnUry Pulitio (or Ohio Count;. Office North side ot public square. ' kAB.TUAlC0KSTlB&T,0N OVEBC0MC5 J?jrf0 !:, I AMERICAN WOOLEN MILLS t Side Enterprise liuilding, Chicago, 111., and tho book and agent's complete outfit will bo sent to you at once, you to ay$l,0Q and express charges when received, tho $1.1)0 to bo returned to yau when your orders 10 amount to 125 00. CO.,-Wes- m PERMANENTLY Colored Teachers' Association Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in the the courts ot Ohio and adjoinlnf counties. Also Notary Public R. R. WEDDING ,T3 BErrc0IAt 6tniHi-MAH- . Hartford, Kt. 6ui?rniaTgpSyrvp. ?$! vIXtK ?. ....- - - ,.,, An Extraordinary Chance - our tmi 'r EFFECTS. Program for Colored Teachers' Association tube held at Beaver Dam, o or Ky., November 17th and 18th, 1899: FRIDAY. NOVEMBRB 17, 1899. Devotional exercises, Rev. W. H. Venerable. Welcome oddress, O. W. Thompson, Response, M Acton. Composition, Miss Eliza Dean. Geography, Miss G. A. Walker, Physiology, J. W. Jenkins. General discussion. Law, Attorney atKY. HARTFORD, Will practice his profession In all tho Courts ol Kentucky. Special attention given to collections, settle 33. 3P. rT33-flLlj- i, - ... For a Bright Man to Socuroa Steady Position thoYoar Around In Hartford And Vicinity. rO $1.25 ana you will get $2.00 worth of good NOON. mm., ot decedent's estates, road coses Dear Edito-r- We want a clothing Teachers sphere, S M. Taylor. Office up ml criminal practice. tAke orders for men's cussalesman to tain- - next door to Griffin'sdrug store. Currcntvents, Miss Johnson. suits, pants, tom Civil Government, Miss Charlotte overcoats and ulsters in Hartford and adjoining towns and country. Any Bideoo. General discussion. good, bright man,espociallyif ho has ATONEY and COUNSELLOR at UW, Closing hj ran. as a salesman in a store, experience (NOTARY PUBUC) FRIDAY NIOIIT. agricultural implement house or KENIUCKY. HARTFORD,. Prayer, by Rev. W. H. Venerable. Will practice his profession in all where ho has comn in contact with Music, by chpir. the courts ol Ohio and adjoining coun- people, as solicitor for tailoring, stork or other goods ties and the Court of Appeal. Prompt Roll call, by Secretary. attention Riven to all business entrust can mako big money with our line Paper, Miss Mary Berry. to his care. tho year around; butany good.briglit Recitation, C. M. Sprole. Office in Rkpumjoaw building. man, oven without previous experiSolo, Miss Ilmily Brown. ence, can make $150.00 a month and Recitation, Miss Charlotte Eldson. P I, FELIX expenses with the big outfit no furJ RDWIN ROWB. Recitation, Miss Georgia Walker. nish him and tho opportunity wo give Duett, Miss Dean and Miss I. Berry. him it he will devntu his time to tho Recitation, Miss Ltthia Butler. wo'k; or, if mo can got a good man in Hartford whose time is partly taken Instrumental Solo, Miss Nollie up with other work and who can de- Parks. HARTFORD. KY. Will practice In the Couttsof Ohio vote his spare time to our line, oven Paper, Miss Lizzie Johnson. county and Court of Appeals Prompt if only an hour or so a day,ho will do Duett, Mandolin and Guitar, Mr. L. business en exceedingly well with our agency. attention given to all Office in Herald We liavo men in real estate, loan,le-ga- l, Barrett and Mr. T, J Walker. trusted to our care. Addiesa, Mr. S. M Taylor. building. lumber, grain, railroad, express, Select Reading, Mrs. Samanthia and other business who give their JOHN T RONE, spare timo to our line witlkbig re- Acton. Dnett, Miss Emily Brown and Miss sults. No experience is absolutely necessary, no capital required. Wo G. Walker. CKNTttKIOMM, UT. Will praelleohl trl.aalon In all Hi furnish a coinplote line of elotb samRecitation, Mrs. M. Acton. caurtaorotilo mill aitJllN-eouiMlples and stationery; have no comClosing Chorus. ml Cenrl ol Airnl. fpIM allen-llo-u mission plan, no so canSATURDAY'S SESSION. given lo collections. O01rln W. vass, no catchy conditions, but offer, A. Rune llallllK. Devotional Exercises, Rev. W. H rare opportunity for some man in a Venerable. vicinity to securo high grade emA. Signs in Arithmetic, Miss Ida Berry. ployment ut big wagos. Music in our Schools, Miss EIIzji We nro the largost tailors in America. Wo make to measure over 300,-0- 00 Dean. HAirrronD, Ky. Advanced Grammar, Mr. M. Acton. suits annually. We occupy enSpecial attention given to all business Primary Numbers, Miss G. A. blocks Office in Court tire one of the largost business entrusted to his care. in Chicago. Wo refer to tho Corn Walker. House. Song, by Association. Exchange National Dank in Chicago, any express or railroad company in Primary Reading, Mrs. M. Acton. R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, Chicago or any resident of this city NOON. We buy our cloth direct from the Music. American mills Necessity ot a Program, Mrs. S. largest European and Hartfqhd, Kt. we Operate the most extensive ahu Acton. his profession in all the economic custo.w tailoring' plantjln Will practice How far should the Teacher be inCourts of Ohio and adjoining counties existence, aad we.reducb the price of fluenced by public opinion, Prot, S.M. Collections carefully and promptly atsuits andoercoata Taylor. Purpose of Civil Government in our tended to, Office with T. J. Smith to from $5.00 to $18.00 Tnostly $5 Schools, Miss Lizzie Johnson. ' AC., Market Street. evto $10 prices so low that nearly Closing Exercises. j3P?P' erybody yill bo, glad to have their J. W. Jenkins, Ch'm'n DAVIDSON, J. E. will VCom, garments G. A. Walker, givo our agont their orders. Charlotte Eidson, Wo wilr furnish a good agent a Hartford, Ky., large and handsomely bound book Will practice his profession in Ohio containing large cloth samples of our and adjoinipg counties. Special at- entire lino of suits, pantaloons, overtention given to all business entrusted coats, etc., a hook which costs us sov-e- ral to his care. dollars; also Jinoroloro'd fashion plates, tape measure, husinosa cards, a&EJ stationery, advertising matter and a Cleanliness goes rubber stamp with name and address with health. Jfvit and pad complete, hIho an instruction have catarrh any' HARTFORD, KY, book, which makes it easy for anyone JRtr where wt canWill practice bis profession in all the to take orders and condiict a profitwholly not courts of Ohio and adjoining counties able business. We will also furnish - clean, Carefiil attention wlll.be given to a net confidential price list. Agent Makesrstem-atl- o Col business entrusted to his care. efforts to aend them to u4 Office over Ohio can take orders and lections a specialty. bo free from Also Notary Public and we will make the garments with County Bank. this disgusting in five davsanu send direct to agent Tj. A. Johnston, 103 customer by express C. O. D., subject disease. Mrs. Ripley Bts., Montgomery, to examination and approval, collect Pilham and experience with catarrh tells her LA W, the agent's full soiling price and ev- Ala.,the stomach aad how she was ATTOXJfEY-A- T of roBIMtVILLE, KENTUCKY. ery week we will send the agent cured! 1 he agont Vill practice his profession in all the chock for all his profit. "I will stato'to you that I have Ohio and adjoining counties need collect no money and deliver no taken eight bottles of your courts of Special at goods, simply go on taking orders; at and two of of Appeals. and Court ana rejoice to say, tention given to collections. Office a liberal profit. We deliver thegoods Clod bless Dr. Ilartman and next door to l'ostuiuce. and collect all the money and every And I earnestly assure you that it week promptly send him In one round haa done me more good than any medicheck his full piofit for the weekend cine I have ever taken in my life. I prescribe It to every ono I meet who nvarly all our agents get a oheck Is suffering, as the best mcdlolno In trom us 01 at least iu.uu every wees the world, and have made many con. of (he year. I verts who are now rojolclng In the Wo will make no ohargo for the great good which they have derlrcd book knd complete outfit, hut, as the from the same. I'can tell you that I outfit costs us soveral dollars, It is am almost entirely relieved ot Indigesneoessary to protoot ourselves against tion, that great foe which has tortured cow anyone who would itnpnso upon us ma so many years, and can frulU eat or anything I desire without it is twenty-fby sending for tho outfit with no inacid." tention of wwklngbut merely outof something To undrstand the scientific action ive idle ouriosity, Uierqfore, we will, ask 's ot It U best. to have Dr. as a guarantpe ot good, ullli on tho special book for women or his of the reader who decides to take book on chroola catarrh. These books part Mediup this work, that ho out this article are mailed free by the out and mail to us, with, tho under--. cine Comnanv. Columbus, O. All standing that the big book and Win- - druggUU soil made-to-meas- ure J.S. R. Wedding, On May 7, the day after Fuston was made Brigadier General, the fund was started by the Topeka Capital. A month and a hall later It was closed at, $i,ooo, although considerable money came in late, and was letutned to the donors. A committee, consisting cf Gen. J. K. Hudson, Col. O. H. Coulter, department commander ot the G. A R., and Col. S. M. Fox, Adjutant General, selected the design for the sword from designs submitted by ten different manufacturers The sword will be presented to Gen. Fuston by Governor Stanley immediately following the banquet to be given to the Twentieth regiment on its arrival in Topeka. The sy.ord Is an example of the highest quality ot worknianthlp which It is possible to obtain. In this par., ticular, and in beauty of desln, Gen. Fuston will possess a sword cecond to none that has been presented to American heroes. The pommel is encircled by a wreath of oak leaves and surmounted by an American eagle In full relief. The grip is oi sterling silver, chafed to simulate the scales of the coat of mall ol the goddess Minerva. The guard Is formed ot a female figure, In fulj relief, bearing a wreath of lanrel and a torch. On the broad portion ol the guard, on the back, is the seal of the Stite of Kansas, and on the fropt the monogram F. F , made of diamonds. The guard terminates ina sunflower, the center of which is a carved topaz. The scabbard is oi sterling silver, ornamented with three bands.to which are attached the belt trappings, which are chased to represent the fruits and Upon these plants of the Philippines. bands also are inscribed the names of the battles, "Caloocan," "Polo," tlce Is Indulged in by dealers, who mix seeds m very inferior grade or of an entirely diflerent variety with good seeds and sell the stuff as the best quality ol seeds " For example: "A lot of meadow foxtail seed from Germany was only if 5 per cent, pure; it cost 35'cents a pound and wob adulterated ;with seed worth only 10 cent. Of seeds purchased in the open market, the tests showed orchard grass 53""per cent, bad; redtop clover, 73 per cent; a lot oi crimson clover, 98 per cent, bad; andaome Hungarian, brome grass that failed to germinate at all." It is to defend our agriculturists against 'such frauds as thlr.especlally, that the new system is American. bcing.estab-llsbed.-J-Scentl- Modern p Steamer It Is nut unusual to see steamers setting out upon a passage across the North Atlantic, during the winter months, In such light trim, that only pro a little more than half the peller is in the water. Even when such contrary weather and seaB as may be called rough are encountered by them in this trim, tbey soon be come unmanageable ; and even in the comparatively smooth waters ol the Mediterranean tbey frequently cannot be made to face the wind and sea. In gales such as are to be expected in the Atlantic during winter, life on board ol these ships is nothing short ol intolerable. As the vessel's stern Is alternately raised and depressed while she pitches over the seas, the propeller is sometimes In the water and sometimes out ol It. Not being retarded in its rotarj movement by the resistance of the water, It becomes, when in the latter position, a windmill," revolving for a few seconds at the rate oi perhaps three hundred or more revolutions per minute Instead of at its normal speed of about sixty or seventy. While flying round at this tenific rate, it Is suddenly plunged Into the water as the vessel's stern becomes Imme'rsed. Owing to the severe and varying strains thus exerted upon the machinery, and especially upon the shaft, this racing of the propeller is, wi(hout doubt, the direct cause of the majority of cases of maat sea. The jarr chinery break-dowing and vibration caused by It loosen the rivets and plates in the stern; and there are numerous cases on record in which this most serious of all defects has necessitated the cutting out and re riveting of manyplates aft. It must be remembered that fully a half of the jour ney lugs ot the modern cargo tramp must be made in ballast. The outward freights from European countries are small when compared with those sent thither from other lands ; and, moreover, the various regular liners, as a rule, secure all the European export trade. The cargo steamer, consequently, spends a good deal of her time In going about between different places empty, or nearly so. During these freightless their water ballast space will be filled; and they will, on starting trom Europe, probably have on board sufficient fuel to last them out and back. This .coal will, of com Be, be placed as near as pofSibie to the boilers, which are located in the centre of the ship. On the outward run by far the greater portion of the weight-engi- nes, boilers, and fuel Is thus placed amidships ; and this disposal, combined with the pitching and pounding alrecdy described, has a tendency to depress the middle of the hull and to exert npon It a series of strains exactly the reverse of those imposed when the vessel Is loaded for the return passage to Europe. Several cases are known in which the plating of cargo steamers has been so tried by these alternating strains as to crack It half way between the centre and the ends of the ship. Another characteristic of these craft, while in light or ballast trim, is their rapid and violent rolling, which again contributes to the severe straining of tbe hulL This rolling is due to the abnormally low centre of gravity; the ballast being almost entirely at the bottom of the vessel. Apart from the Injury cansed to the bull by this straining Influence, and tbe detriment to the vessel's speed, the rolling motion is probably the most trying of the many inconveniences which the crews of these freighters have to endure. Before tbe laws of wave oscillation were formulated, it was not nearly so common as it is at present; and notwithstanding the possibility of remedying this defect, designers have aa yet done nothing to overcome it. This rolling of tbe vessel, pounding of the hull, and racing oi the screw p Into a convert the empty pandmonium of earthly sounds; and when this unearthly din Is continued for sometime, as is frequently the case, the effect produced upon the crew Is that of complete despondency. There are times when, owing to tbe heavy seas, which are the leading characteristic of winter in tbe Noith Atlantic, no food can be cooked for days; when men, relaxing their grip of some sta tionary object, are liable to be thrown across the deck and Injured, if not killed; when firing the boilers be comes next to an impossibility; when sleep is not to be had for days conscc utiyely. As these helpless pendulums swing with teirifying rapidity through an arc of ninety degrees or more, and drive away at right angles to the dl ' rection in which they are supposed to ao. life becomes indeed a veritable burden. "Last Winter's Tragedies of the Sea," by Capt. A. O. Frond in tbe November Forum, -n voy-agln- gs ocean-tram- her of a hacking cough that for many years had made Hie a burden. All other remedies and doctors could give her no help, but she siys of this Roy al Cure "It soon removed the pain in my chest and I can now sleep soundly, something I can scarcely remember doing before. I feel like sounding its praise throughout the Uulverse. So will every one. who tries Dr. King's New Discovery for any trouble of the Throat, Chest or Lungs. Price 50c. and $r.oo. Trial bottles Jree at J. II. Williams' Drug Store; every bottle guaranteed, LIVED NEARLY 103 YEARS. Doath of Mro. Phobo Williams, WhoWns Born In Connecticut, Nov. 23d, 1707. Mrs. Phebe Williams died at New Mass., October 3 1, aged 102 years, eight months and eight diys. Mis. Williams was a remarkable woman, and hud all h- -r faculties up to the last. She took daily walks up to within a short time ago, when a fall resulted In confining her to the house. Mrs. Williams had none of the experiences so often related by old persons. She reared a family of thirteen children, alt but three reaching maturity. Mrs. Williams was born in Colchw-fe- r, Conn,, Nov. 23d, 1797", and was a daughter of Ebenezer Hill, who we n Revolutionary pensioner. He lived to the age of ito years, and up to wlthla a short time It was expected Mrs. Williams might break this record. Her walk was erect and she had re markable powers of endurance. She came to New Bedford In 1844, and kept a boarding house. She lived in New York alter 1876, where she remained nearly twenty years, coming here four or five years ago to spend the rest oi her life with her daughter, Mrs. James Munroe. On her hundredth birthday Mrs. Williams greatly enjoyed a party, when a large number of friends called to congratulate her on her wonderful longevity. Bedford, hair-raisin- g GLEANINGS. KIDN 1 know it. Ifjou want quick result y using you can make no mistake Dr Kilmer's Swamp Root, the gfrat kidney remedy. Atdrugglits in fifly cent and dollar sizes. Sample bottles by mail fiee, also pamphlet telling you how to find out if you have kid ney trouble. Address, Kilmer & Co , Blnghamton, N. Y. per cent, of the population ol Manltou, Colo., are Invalids. Seventy-fiv- E Y Ib a dptlvfr di thousands sease KUUBLt:haveit and dot).t e Clean blood mcana a clean akin. No beauty without it. Caseareta, Candy Cathartic clean your blood and knp it clean, by liver itimn? up the lary body, and uriviiig all im- llegin today to untie, from the Eaniih pimples, boili, blotches, blackheads and that nckly bilious complexion by taking Cascarew, beauty for ten cents. All drug guts, satisfaction gu iranteed, 10c, 22c, 50c. , .- -. - llennlr ' niooil. Deep. John Bull keeps eleven vessels sounding and chatting the ocean beds. Red Hot From Tho Gun Was the ball that hit G. B. Stead-maof Newark, Mich , in the Civil War. It caused horrible Ulcers that no treatment helped for 20 years. Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him. Cures Cuts. Bruise, Burns, Boils, Felons, Corns, Skin Eruptions. Best Pile cure on earth. 25 cts, a box. Sold by J. H Cure guaranteed. n, Will-lam- s, Druggist. The State ol Georgia may build a union passenger station at Atlanta. Smoki Toor IJf An J. Don't Tottcct Spit To quit tobacco easily and torerir, ba mas or life, nerre and vicor, tako netlc. lull tho wonderworker, thkt makes weak znea strong. All druggists, Wocr II. Cunruaran-teed- . Booklet and sampla tree. Address Starling Iiemedy Co., Chlciea or Now York. "Marilao." "Gulgulnta," "Malolos," "Bagbag," "Celumplt," 'Apalit," "San Tomas," "San Fernando," and two "miniature tropical scenes. On the upper band of ornament is the badge of the Elgthth army corps on one side dnd the Roman fasces on the opposite side. The lower band, form ing the toe, of the scabbard, Is ornamented with a monogram of the letters U. S, The blac'e is of ihe finest steel, made In accordance with the United States army regulations in every respect. O u one side of it is ttched and gilded the presentation inscription: "Presented to Biigadier General Fuston by the People of Kansas," With the exception of the blade, every pattlcle of metal in the sword is oi fine sterling silver, while all the or namenls on pommel, scabbard, guard and belt, mountings, etc., are heavily gold plated. The belt and sword knot are of the finest material and in strict accordance with army regulations. The monogram on the guard is of diamonds, and the whole is executed in the highest class of workmanship. A handsome case, lined with chamois, and with silver name plate completes the very handsome testimonial to the distinguished Kansas soldier, uj Rowe & Felix, A London millionaire was poisoned by striped bass at San Francisco. tlanl liy llrllldi Noldlen In Alrlrn. ATTORNEY AT LAW houso-to-hou- Capt. C. G. Dennison is well known all over Africa as commander of the forces that captured the fsmous rebel Under date ol Nov 4, 1897, Galishe Bechuaualand, he from Vryburg, writes: "Before starting on the last campaign I bought a quanlty otCbam berlaln's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which I used myself when troubled with bowel complaint, and had given to my men, and In every case it proved most beneficial." For sale by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. m A Landmarks' Club is one of Southern California's organizations. Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. guarantee every bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and will refund the money to any one who Is not satisfied after using two thirds of the contents. This is the the best remedy In the world for la grippe, coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough and is pleasant and safe to take It prevents any tendency of a cold to result In . pneumonia. nov-feb- Attorney at Law, e AYOfl. Attorney ai Iaw m mado-to-mess- Attorney at Law, LEAN a. Attorney at Law, b-kostett, PEOPLE it mjiNan-a-lin 1 A9ff 3B i The Itral Prescription for ChllU and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's Tast-les- s Chill Tonic. Never fails to cure; then why experiment with vorthless A startling Incident, of which Mr, Imitations? Price, 50c. John Oliver, of Philadelphia, was the A Berlin corner two yards long and subject, Is narrated by htm as follows; "I was In a most dreadful condition. two wide was sold for $12,000. My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue coated, pain continually In back and sides, no appetite gradually growing weaker day by day! Three physicians had given me up Fortunately, a friend advised trying 'Electric Bitters;' and to my "We hare three children. Before the great )oy and surprise, the first bottle of Ihe last one my wife used four I con- birth MOTHER'S FIUEHD. If you bad the made a decided improvement. of tinued their use lor three weeks, and pictures ofxur children, you could see at am now a well man. I know they agancetnattneiasione saved my life, and robbed the grave Is healthiest, prettiest and them all. r a of another victim." No cne should My wife thinks Mother's Only 50 cts. a bot fail to try them the greatest friend is ana granacst tie at J. II. Williams' Drug Store. Robbod tho Gravo. Pretty fliest-looklng- Children hot-ti- a A Sood-Toatl- ng Plant. remedy. In the world for expect-a- nt (IbrnKmU - - mothers." Written by a -- Pe-ru-- By speoial permis sion, we can give our subscribers tho Home and Farm with The .Republican for only one dollar and cents. Send us reading matter. I Ilart-tnan- a The Agricultural Department is putting the finishing touches on a plant whereby-l- t will be able to more thoroughly protect itself, farmers, and seedsmen generally against dishonest or careless persons who Impose on their customers by selling bad seeds. house Is being erected, A comprising a stote and packing house 30x20 feet and a hothouse 80x18 feet, In which germination teats will be made. For years these tests have been made by the botanists in various parts of the depaitmeat'B main building; but the work has so grown In Importance and magnitude that a special building has become necessary. According 1 Botanist F, V Colvllle, "From tests In the past it Is evident that thtre Is great carelessness in planting arid harvesting seeds, and also, undoubtedly, much sharp prac- seed-testin1 mm ot the suffering Incident to childcoming mother's birth. The disposition and temper remain unrutfled throughout the ordeal, because this relaxing, renctrating liniment relieves the mother usual distress. A child. is pretty sure to hare a The patient is kept In a strong, healthy Law. FRIEND prevents nine-tent- good-natur- good-natur- condition, which the child also Inherits. Mother's Friend takes a wire through tb: crisis quickly and almost painlessly. II assists In her rapid recovery, and wards off the dangers that so often follow liPrescott, Wis , has a l6year-olcensed girl, preacher. Japan has had a Jewish synagogue since the year 182. . Paris is to fa we an international congress of deaf mutes. Lightning kt led 500 birds in Conn ty Monaghan, Ireland. In Japan tbe bride gives the wed-in- g presents to her parents. Coeducation, says the Puritan, tends to discourage sentiment. Birmingham Ala., prohibited street preaching by Mormons. For every million inhabitants In Russia there arc only ten newspapers. L- - O. Colbuin.ol East Shrewsbury, Vt., has trapped eighty three bears. One of India's sacred fires that still burns was const crated 1200 years ago. Kauara, Indii, claims larger falls than Niagara, a clear drop of 830 feet. vm m have their Iu Mexico children-whCoughed as Y car. lessons welt prepared are allowed to I suflered for 25 years with a cough, and spent hundreds ol dollars with smoke. doctors and for medicine to no avail A friend In reed is a friend indeed. until I used Dr. Bell's This remedy makes weak lungs That Is exactly what Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is. It is the mother's strong. It has saved my life. J. B. help when she is suddenly awakened Roswell, Grantsburg, 111. For sale by In the night by the ominous husky Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. tf cough, and labored breathing, oi her babe. It Is the safe resort of the youth A Twentieth Century Educaor adult when he has "caught cold" tional Problem. and there is coughing and irritation Of the mucous membrane of the A question which the nineteenth throat. It allays the Irritation and cures the cold. For sale by Z Wayne century transmits to the twentieth m Griffin & Bro. that seems to me of significant value The cultivation of fruit trees along is tbe one of uniting In the same perthe highways of France is being ex- sonality culture and power. Culture is primarily a function of the intellect, tended each year. , , Power is primarily a function of the CUKE A COLD IM ONrDAY will. The man ot culture knows; the Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. All druggists refund money if man of power does. The man ot culit falls to cure. 25c. The genuine ture appreciates ; the man of power executes. The man of culture gathtf has L. B. Q. on each tablet. ers up the treasures of others; the Gov, Scofield, ot Wisconsin, thinks man of power uses every fact as a tool farmers should be rewarded for good for securing results. The man of work. culture Is good ; the man of power is NO I UHKNO PAY. good for something. The man ot culThat Is the way all druggists sell ture Is in peril of selfishness; the man for Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic Malaria, Chills and Fever. It is simp- of power Is in peril of rashness. The ly iron and quinine In a tasteless man of culture Is In peril of sitting by loim. Children love it. Adults prefer the side of the ocean of life, careless of It to bitter, nauseating Tonics. Price, or indifferent to the lives that are intf 50c. trusting themselves to its dangers,but A spring at Ellsworth, Me , yields appreciative of Its grandeur and subno water trom 10 a. ni. to 4:30 p. m. limity; tbe man of power is in peril of dally. ru&hleg into the tumultuous waves to rescue something', whether it be a log It will not be a surprise to any who are at all familiar with tbe good qual- orn wrecked sailor or n bottle he ities ol Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, baidly knows what. The old college to know that people everywhere take did not make the man of culture; but pleasure In relating their experience It did make the man of power. The in the use of that splendid medicine and in telling of the benefit they have new college la doing somewhat to received from It, of bad colds It has make the man of power. In the new cured, of threatened attacks ot pneu- century the college will exalt each monia it has averted and ot tbe chil- purpose and will also naite them. dren it baa saved from attacks ot croup The man ot the finest culture will be and whooping cough. It Is a erand, also the man of the greatest power; good medicine. For sale by Z Wayne and the man of the greatest power will m Griffin & Bro. be the man, of the finest culture. royalty costs The entertainment of These two purposes of culture and ,English society each year fully $10- power are somewhat embodied in the; two special schools of the higher education. It is a notorious fact that the CUIIE A COLD IN USE DAY Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tab modern scientific school, called by valets. All druggists refnnd money If rious names, such as technical, It falls to cure 25c. The genuine has or technological, does not tf L. B. Q on each tablet. train gentlemen of culture. It makes It Is said that tbe population of the good engineers, chemists, or electriworld increases 10 per cent, every ten cians. It does not make men of years. learning. The college does not make engineers or chemists or electricians, The Emclf, Klnir ol All Blrt, Is noted for its keen sight, clear and but it does endeavor to make men of distinct vision. So ate those persons liberal learning. The union of these who use Sutherland's Eagle Eye Salve two sides ot our educational course for weak eyes, styes, sore eyes or any would be exceedingly advantageous. kind or granulated lids. Sold by all dealers at 25 cents. For sale by Z. Let the scientific school make the tf technical scholar ; and, in making Wayne Griffin & Bro. him such, let it also make tbe gentlepredomithe Mormouism is man of culture. Let the college, In five of tbe Western nating rellgion-imaking tbe man of culture, make also States. the engineer or the chemist or the electrician. In a word, let every scientific school be a part of a college : and yet by no means should every college have a scientific school, any story. When your head . I Tells tha I aches, and you (til bilious, conitl- -' more than every college should have 'pated, and out o( tune, with your I theological seminary. Let tbe scienstomach sour and no appetite, Just I buy a package 01 tific school also be regarded as a pro fesslonal school co ordlnated ,wltb the school ot law or the school of mediAnd take a dose, (rom 1 to 4 pills. ' cine, and not as co ordinate with the You will be surprised at Iiot easily ' undergraduite college "E lucatloo-- al they will do their work, cure your I Problems of the Twenijth Cenheadache and biliousness, rouse the c liver and mako you reel happy again, a tury," by Charles F. Thwlng iu the & cents, bold by all nmltciue dealers, j November Forum. i. , lung- Irrllallou I.i the forerunnerof consumption, Dr, Wanted-- An Idea Cei' s Pine Tar Honey will cure it, a id give such strength to the lungs ProtMt your IdMUj tbr my krtna; M1 w JOHN wxuncKiiDnN a oo.. r.u.ot ai tlint a cough or a cold will not settle tot Ib.lr m,l WMhlMtuo. U O. laftmlouSl.au prtM wuW. tulUU ot two luuklnd tncre, 25c at all good druggists. tf 1 1 al, to-d- ay r,aytwiDoso Ono Hood's PHts i - 3 4 A Thousand Tonguoa - Could not express the ispture of 5U by drurrlrU tor ) I a boMJ. Annie E. Springer, of 1 125 Howard TUB BRADFIELU REGULATOR CO. St., Philadelphia, Pa., when she found ATLANTA, OA. New Discovery for Send (or our frc ir.trted book wrlttea that Dr. King's ipreuly (orospwlaai woUiera. Consumption has completely cured 4rvfsUu or by mt.ll, QUANT CIIICMICAI. tbt ooratn4 without pain er tMrfNtl A. CO UN Ifio, HttlT. Ws Al turmlM, root Corn Cure tbt RmoTa 300 A Sure 4nr CO Ctiarrr " VUU. I Lull Irritation is the forerunner to consumptios. Honey will cine Dr. Bell's Piue-Ta- r It. and cive such strength to the lungs that a cough or a cold will not settle there. Twenty five cents at all goiddruggists. For sale by Z. Way ue U Griffin & Bro. sL' u iTrriri-i- i Mhrian irniiiltoi''f jtUmmiittHtUm.u, 7 iwwja jMHmSBpipMTC Hartford Republican. liusrf Frldayt eg tin Hartford Put. Vc .Ificorpnrnted i n VW'WiBF1 !fw. pht-p-- '" PSWasasaiaji (f BrMpirnT 'IP'" ' yTrr,. ,, t- - At. FON and LON ROQERS Entered at Hartford Editors mail matter TAYLOR TO THE PEOPLE OF KENTUCKY. JO Xf y Diri llll "7'iL woman's yJ)3.JJ builds corner-aton- e 1 postotlics is second-clas- s FRIDAY, NOVUM UKR lo of life. all She her hopes upon and around those tender aflectlont l, which aht toward the ones who are dear to her. aud clier-labe- h i 80 b Q 8J8 S 53aa9 Tiik County Commissioners will and canvass the returns ratct y which she looks God-give- various counties. Much In tcrest will bo manifested over the count in every county in the State In the Is preparing the people lor tho steal which is certain to come, it Kentucky will permit it. He is send- Goeiiei. 18SBBaHBBP!S .iBaMttegSfa" fS&Mm&0 aaHWwaMDt ing dispatches all over tho Slate declaring that he is elected, when tho lace of tho returns puts Taylor 1,000 in the lead to receive from them in return. n This is vromanis nature; it li the Instinct that make her a fond and Under aweetlieart; a comforting, solicitous, helpful wife an mother. When o woman feeU that the responsibilities and duties of wifehood and motherhood have become Irkaome to her a. burden and trouble rather than a source It ahowi that of uplifting and inaplration there U some deficiency la .her physical make-up- ; some abnormal and unhealthy condition of the delicate and important special structure of womanhood. 5 ever-lovincare-Ukiu- g lillllllllilillillii THE NEW FALL WEATHER Is much on tbo order ol tho ordinary fall weather-f- ull ot suggestions of snappy days and fall clothes. Wo are ready with tho clothe, aud really need not borrow troublo about tho weather 'twill be in on time Theto's no use in buying just oidinary kinds of clothes, cither. Docsu't cost auy more to secure high qualities and perfect talloriug. It's only a matter ol coming hero for them, P. S on me. Anything else you want ca R U. Jarnagin. 1 ?. Questions (Herald)?-?- -? Answer (f eople) JGG nrnjority for Jamngin. "P. 8." anything olee jou want, call on tho voters ot Ohio county. . YsaMMfiB Many thousands of womtn annually write to Dr. R. V rtrc. of narfsla, M V., the eminent spedstlst In women's diseases reons stlnir profea-slonadtlce which he Is always alsd to send without charat and ttniorhlmof the Barrel- rcmlrA from his won. N.a tiMAti lh.vtd dtrful -- PaTorltc Prescription" la bonding; up their special health and physical enern. -I would Ilk lo eapress my aratltnae to yon for the tcnent I hare rtcetred rrora your wonrTtscrlptton,'" writes Mra, derful 'laorlt ir r Iranuh. mt Month Bfitstn. Ksw Haven Co., Conn. " During the nrst month of prec-nanc-y I could not keep anything on asy stomach I wss so sick that I had to jo to bed and NEW FALL SUITS. Suits you'll buy quickly, when you note tho stylish materials tho perfect way in which they're made the low nricca at which we oder them, 83.00, 14.00 and SO 00. If $0.00 represents just the price you wish to pay for your new fall Suit, you'll do well to come here. We'll surprise you with tho high quality of the materials the perfect way in which tboy're made up the handsome manner in which they fit you. It repiesents the plumpest of values tho top notch of style they're tho drcssy.stylishsortof clothes. I y i Hon. Geo. W. Lokci informed tho committee here just before going to pretstbat the8tate had gone 1,000 for Taylor. Nearly all counties id. It only remains to' be eeen what Goebel can do with his counting machine or rather what the people will permit him to do. ." of Mr. Jarnagin's which seemed to have worried the editor ot the Herald so much has been answered by tho eturdy voters of Ohio county and should be desire to have any more like queries answered we would suggest that they will be answered in 1900. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 8. The battle for the restoration of civil liberty in Kentucky has been fought and won, notwithstanding the disfranchisement of 25,000 voters on yesterday. I congratulate the minnhood of the State, and thank all those, irrespective of party affiliations, , ho have united to bring about this splendid result. The trust which the people have confided to me will be assumed and maintained, stay for weeks. 'I tried different doctors, tut with Utile ben. St I read about many being; helped by using your medicine so I thought I would glee It a trial I Degan to taae - ravontc rrcscnpwn in NoTemher and I had a nice Utile baby girl la My baoy weigaea orsr February following. cisht pounds. I waa only In hard labor aboutone hour and got along nlttly during connnement; wss np and dressed on ins ninii oar. Prescription helped ne wov- derfulty. It kept tne from hsrlng a miscarriage. This mskes my second child: with the tint on I did not tak Paroritc rrescrlptioa and I had a miscarriage. This last bsby is as plump and healthy as any mother could wish." stamps to cay coat of Send st one-cemalting only for a free copy of Dr. Pierce's thousand. page Medical Adviser or Jl copy. stamps for a cloth-boon- d Seven, Eight and Ten Dollars. ' 810 you wish to invest, here's a winner for you. Has that rich finish that goes with Suits costing twice the money some dealers might ask you that sum for this Suit, but our price must always be the lowest, and so we ask you but f 9.00. You 11 not go amiss on this Suit its worth far more than we ask for it. 812.50 stands at 810 for this handsome Suit. Ought to run several notches higher, and wonld be value strictly fall of 1809 colworth it. A full-u- p oring and materials made up in that peerless war that all good Suits should be made. Others at 813.00 and up to 818.00. That "P. W. S. TAYLOR. hope they may be equally as grateful to us, but in no senee does the life ot Tun Republican depend upon their support, as the llirald infers. As to 's tha subscribers of the type, we have lost one.and in his stead bave come twenty. The life of The Hartford Republican is in the hands of the good citizens of its native county, and in no sense does.it depend on the Herald. The election is over and the voters of Ohio county bave told the Herald how it stood, and it is not our purpose to carry this further. But The Republican will defend itself against all personal enemies and political antagonists. It is a free thinker and will be found ready to express itself in language unmistakable to the enemy. If it' TAYLOR LANDED SAFELY, r Official Voto of Ohio County for tho Candidates for Governor and Roprosontatlvo. PRECINCTS. East Hartford West Hartford Beda ., Hulphur Spring? Magan '. ." Taylor. 151 10S But Goobot May Attempt to Employ His Election Law. The election returns by counties as compiled by yesterday's Commercial cive Taylor a safe majority. While Brown, 4 G f h abide by the verdict of the people, or will he contest the election being diesatisflcd with the If of his election machinery. this man should contest the election of General Taylor after all his dire efforts have failled to land him in the Governor's chair, Kenbis tucky's interest will demand ostracism. lts Will Goebel ....' r 106v 109 172 5 3 1 Crorawoll..... G2 Cool Springs 95 North Rockport ' G8 South Rockport Select 112 Horse Branch 139 182 Rosine 88 East Beaver Dam.... West Beaver Dam . . 127 2 0 7 Goebel. 135 98 98 103 140 118 GO Blair. 5 3 3 2 1 1 Wallace. 0 5 3 1 1 1 Jarnagin 143 101 . Rtowart. 129 103 101 105 140 1G9 5 2 7 3 4 G Mcllenry Centertown Smallhouse East Fordsville "West Fordsville JEtnaville 157 11 mi I Ileflin..., county now bear the Republican ban48 Ceralvo. We are very sorry that any mistake ner. Its'jadvice along this line is in 40 Point Pleasant keepingwith its treasured nonsense. should have been made in Judge Mil 2824 Totals ler's casebut it was due to an article TnAT dead woodcock, which the which appeared in the Hartford Her585 Majority Herald discovered at Tiie Republiald last week, which follows: can's door last week, has the appear'PUBLIC SPEAKING! ance of the Democratic party. Yes, "The interest of the voters of Kentucky Again Inhales Freeit is a fact, but we have the dead bird Ohio county in the Goebel Election Law, the Railroad bill, the buried beneath a majority surprising dom. School Book bill, and other politito the wise. It is the opinion of The cal Issues of this campaign, has But a few days ago and all KenRepublican that this poor red headed led the Campaign Committee of tucky was startled from circuraferanco bird died a hard death Tuesday, but, Ohio county to publish the folto center and from pole to pole, but lowing list of speaking appointof course, its champion theel in Ohio ments. The following speakers at last'peace dawns upon the horizon county met its death first, as a matter will address the voters of Ohio of her political realm. Great States of course, since its mental faculties county upon these and other poliand nations, like"men, have their tical issues at the following times were completely paralized by its capit' and places: troubles and trials, and at times their RepublI' ulation to TnE Hartford 'Hon. J. P. Miller and B. D. future is clouded by tho evils of the CAN. Ringo Mcllenry, Friday night, present, so it has b,een with Kentucky November 3." Campaign Fought to a Finish. The Republican, like all other forthe'past four months. Kentucky reasonable and fair thinkers, took this and Kentuckians havo been tried, The campaign in Ohio county has lo mean just what it eaid, should we weighed and tho measureus the same come and gone. The battle was fought have formed a wrong conclusion, with standard by which she has so long to a finish. Tho dead have been buri- regard to this article, we have the com- been noted. pany of about 4,000 bpdest men (0 Calamities befall States as they do ed, but the wounded yet linger on the give us cheer. It is an' old saying in the remotest corners, that, "Birds of like feather flock to- nations and nations litce petty Kingbattlefield The gether," and this, too, hadVome bear-- , doms. States are formed by the peowithout hope or comforter. of many are serious, some fa- ing on the editor's mind when be wrote ple and for the people and ot the poo wounds that article in The Republican last pie, and are therefore the people; it is ls tal, others not bo serious. The week. The editor of The Republiboth sides gave orders to the can went in person with a copy of the natural that misfortunes come to all on field managers and were iu some in- Herald sheet in baud, to Judge Miller alike in some form at some time. successfully manipulated. and asked him it that was bis name as- There never was a nation ot people stances The Republican has ceased to give sociated with Mr. Ringo's, and this is that ruled from the time of creation what be said: "Yes, that's rae. Goe- to the preseut. There is no such now orders since the enemy has been rout bel will be ejected Governor now." cd and is now ready to aid in bind In the face of this statement and and never will be. America, like all ing up the nation's wounds as all that of the Herald's nett, wo formed other nations recorded in history will Ve are our conclusion. Would not any fair, somo day be erased from the world's sensible men ehould do, well balanced man have map andjanotlier people will claim the that the not surprised, however, arrived at the samo conclusion? We Herald yet gives orders for those take men and things for what they say, same soil and upon tho ruins of the remaining to desert The Hart- siuce we know not what they mean. old perhaps a more popular form of ill arise. In order for especiand We said, and we yet maintain, that government Refiiblican, fobl" ally tho merchants of Hartford. Judge Miller is an honorable man, nations of the past to'wnte their hiswe shall continue in our belief untory, it has been necessary for rivers What is this for? Because The Re- and we are otherwiso convinced. til of human blood to be spilled upon publican spoke out boldly during the hostile soil. This same cloud of campaign, and when this eheel fired ELECTION NEWS. has hovered around the old one shot at The Republican, it reNebraska gives tho Kentucky homes for months and ceived two, each with greater force a small majority over the Re- days, but at last it has partially van than that one. Should a man be chasished and we hope entirely so. Since the dic- publican ticket. tized for giving expression to by Maryland goes Democratic the kind hand of tho Creator has tates of his conscience when ho is in about 8,000 majority, Governor and safely guided the old ship of state the right? If so, then we justly do- - both houses slightly Democratic. through this contest. May we not be serve social and political ostracism. Ohio endorses tho administration In a publio mental combat,the Herald by placing Nash, Republican in the as grateful as Job was when all his Returns Bhow property and family was destroyed; has been vanquished and the people Governors chair. It must be and repeat his language with the victory by of the county appreciated that fact, Mmnmliai-Qi- about 50,000. l tliof Tnnoa an imlntinnil. same earnestness and so proved it Tuesday, when they eut Republican polled about 100,000 ... IU l- - ui... Mr "Iho Lord ha'h given and the rolled up a majority of 585 votes VUICB ri IUB uiaiu. muueau ...i i,t. auu Ilia against that died. Now, since it is a millions are defeated and the voice of Lord hath taken away, blessed be the part of history that the IleraM has had the people is again permitted to con- - J name of the Lord." In order that affairs. Kentuckians might appreciate more assistance from its ablest political as trol tho State's Kentucky falls iu the Republican fully their freedom one mau Goebel sociates and attorneys and has been column with about 10,000 majority, defeated in the present political con- notwithstanding tho Goebel election was sent to mtimidata and threaten TJie test, it comes out in an editorial en- law to the contrary. Many precincts freedom and their liberties. couraging the Democratic merchants in Louisville and Lexington large- verdict of Kentucky has been rendered and Kentuckians will not have the and subscribers to "boycott" The Re ly, republican were not permitSome precincts in ted to voto. .publican, which is indeed very silly. Louisville were not opened until 10 man Goebel to rule over them. The merchants of Hartford are men o'clock. In Lexington ballot boxes "Grasp All and Loso All." of intelligence, men with business and were stolen and men deprived of the Many people are so intent on financial sense, men who receive a Re- privilego of voting. Out of 0,177 all" that publican's dollar with thanks, and registered votes in tho city only 3,729 "grasping appetite, they lose strength digestion, health. leaving 2,448 lost votes or of nerves, roako it a part ot their duty to treat were cast, say, Fortunately, however, these may be 89 many men deprived we might ALL MEN alike. For tho business of a voice in their government. restored by taking Hood's Sarsapa Demen of H.trtford to accept the advice spite the efforts of Goebel and his rilla, which has put many n business man on the road to success by Riving of the HeraM's editor would draw thugs, Kentucky rejoices again and him goad digestion, strong nerv-- s and party lines in every thing and this no proclaims freedom from the moun- a clear brain. It does the same thing God tain capital to all her subjects. INTELLIGENT man desires. To bless Old Kentucky, and may her for weak and tired women, merchants wo are profoundly future be so bright as to erase from these Hood's Pills cure sick headaches, Indigestion, thankful for their patronage and we history the stain of Goebelism. C6 The Herald with all eyes closed eave the eye of jealousy Beeks to advise the Democratic merchants of the county that their patronizing the Republican is very unpleWnt to itself; to getting the stubborn fact of the voters of the that three-fifths .... 120 26 175 102 71 - 10 1 5 9 1 52 78 32 73 82 109 92 92 73 4T 84 78 1G4 (59 0 0 0 4 7 0 0 0 0 3 0 4 1 163 61 88 G6 2' v 5 2 0 5 1 134 171 85 121 141 08 -1- WE TAKE MEN FOR WHAT THEY SAY. Shreve... Olaton... Bartlett's. Buford . . . 77 49 95 2 0 -- " 7 0 0 0 3 104 - 45 90 90 55 35 46 2239 . 5 2 4 3 2 2 9 0 0 2 4 1 , 108 26 155 100 66 102 140 112 59 . 52 77 33 72 76 103 03 104 68 47 81 it Is true that the Courier-Journ- claims Goebel's election, and this was expected, of course there is no doubt but that Taylor is elected. The counties is as follows: Goebel Counties. Taylor. Adair 365 . . Allen 307 Anderson 33 Ballard . 839 695 Barren . . . r 100 Bath Bell Boone Bourbon Boyd Boyle 833 1,202 35 389 You Must Buy and Pay for Goods. We do not only meet competition, but we sell them a shade lower aud in addition to that, we give free for Rocka 815 cash purchase, one good oak cane-seating Chair. Come to see u and price our goods. We know you will buy. Yours for trade, ed ' 6 1 JV '72 41 78 158 71 CSOakT XK z CO. t . 2 G " 0 0 74 0 0 0 0 0 35 93 62 47 33 2G70 4GG 44 83 83 54 35 47 2204 ificmnxrKrxir tO!SAlLllfI .... TAYLOR GREETED By Thousands BEAVER DAM, KY. Nov. 8th. Editors Republican: The great Democratic rally at Beaver Dam last Saturday, in opposition to the Taylor speaking at Hartford, was a magnificent and auperexcellent failure. I believe that it would be a very sale estimate to say this one act of the Democratic committee In attempting to keep the honest voter from hearing the truth, cost the party In Ohio county 'at least 100 votes. Honest men everywhere are seeking the truth, and when a political party seeks to keep this class of men from hears Ing the truth they rebel. When a man is armed with truth and justice seeks only to retain and preserve mem ne is inrice armcu. rtoiu iuc verdict of the people of this county, Tuesday, I am persuaded to believe that Ohio county was never so well armed before in her history. Wbeth er the counteracting machine at Beaver Dam had any effect on the peo ples' minds or not others may de termine, it is an eviueni inci uiii something was working on the hearts of manv rood citizens that caused them to stepaboard the old lshlp ot State and exclaim, thou too salt on! In 1895 the Republican committee had arranged to have Gov. Bradley speak In Hartford, but ere he had come the committee of the opposing forces en gaged Capt, Bills, ot Owensboro, to address the voters at the court house the same day, This set doubtless cost th Democratic party at least 75 votes. Strange to say they did not learn a lesson therefrom and committed the same crime against their party this year. The Masonic Hall here seated the crowd comloitabfy and a number of women were present on this occasion, I am safe in saying tb.it 350 voters would cover the entire number. When Gen, Taylor's procession left for Hartford, men were heard to say: "Great God, are they all going to leave?" Those ot us who remained were sadly disappointed In the speakers. Judge Tarvln was not expected to be here, but all entertained hopes that Bills would come without fall, Pettit was not a very welcome caller, for most all remembered that he Sold out in '95. I believe that every Dem ocrat went away believing his cause lost and the "Grand Rally" a failure. It I, on evident fact that Beaver Dam vomited herself empty of people just alter Taylor's departure. Success to Tub ical Gathering that Ever Assembled in tho County. Largest Polit- gen-era- sober-minde- - Demo-Popo-cra- ts The reception given Gen. Taylor here last Saturday, beggars description. It Is enough to say that the crowd which greeted him was the largest political assemblage that ever gathered in Ohio county. Early hi the day people began pouring into town from every section of the county. By noon more than three thousand people crowded the streets to ivelcome the coming of Kentucky's next Governor. The Drocession which followed Gen. Taylor from Beaver Dam was about two and one half miles lone, Hun dreds of people mingled their shouts with the patriotic strains from five brass bands, In honoring Kentucky's distinguished son. At 1 o'clock Gen. Taylor and the Hon. Augustus 15. Wilson met the audience at the Fair enthusiastic grounds. Gen. Taylor was Introduced to the vast crowd by Hon. M. L Heavrln in a few well chosen and ap propriate remarks. The speaker's voice gave evidence of weakness in the outset. But soon he became aud his over taxed voice grew in strength until it appeared that the full strength of his first effort had returned again. Judge Taylor spoke about two hours, and riddled from be ginning to end every pretext of Goebelism. Alter Gen. Taylor concluded his remarks Col. Wilson addressed the audience in his usual happy style, livery one pronounced it the greatest political day that Hartford ever saw. It sealed the doom of Goebelism and demonstrated to the world that Ohio county no longer owes allegiance to Democracy. The manner In which the people came out is the strongest evidence of their hearty approval of honesty and fair dealing. Never In the history of the Republican organization in Ohio county, has It treated with contempt the coming of any Democratic speaks cr Never has it attempted to evade the real issue and conseal the truth, It has always given ear to Its opposition and all of its members have al ways been permitted to go, stay and hear the arguments from those with whom they disagree. Can it be said of Jthe greatest enemy of the Republican patt)? The welcome which Gen. Taylor received in Ohio county on Saturday was only a token of what Tuesday would give him, the greatest Republican majority In the history ot the county. Evidently the Democratic party In this county has learned a lesson long to be remembered by Its bosses. ed ! Bracken Breathett Breckinridge 408 1,267 Butler Caldwell 474 . . Calloway Campbell Carlisle '. . . Cat roll 624 Carter Casey 567 Christian 747 Clark Clay 92s Clinton 677 Crittenden iQl Cumberland . , . . 585 Daviess Edmonson 225 Elliott Estill 250 Payette : . Fleming Floyd Franklin Fulton Gallatin Garrard 97 Grant Graves . Grayson 720 Green 240 Greenup '375 Hancock 335 Hardin I,c8o Harlan Harrison Hart 450 Henderson. . . Henry Hickman Hopkins 300 Jackson Moo 3,255 Jffferson. Jessamine 834 Johnson . . Kenton Knott , . 1,400 Knox , . . Larue Laurel 931 166 Lawrence .... 7 547 775 . . . . 1,504 Tratxia3Trxrwr,CTKr.Ui:KKfa;w;KJi;ii 70 685 764 ..'...... Pike Powell Pulaski Robertson 430 Rockcastle Rowan Russell Scott Shelby 355 . 425 88 1,541 675 150 204 . . . . 350 487 466 307 . . Honesty is tho Best Policy. Honest Tim goods, prices, and dealings will Surely brings success. Proves Every Hour It. 47 LAST DAYS OF THE NINETEENTH CKNTHRV SUOW.NOTIIINO MORE CLEARLY. Simpson.. Spencer Todd 543 Taylor 3'7 Trigg 200 1,119 615 497 . 232 2,064 , '256 76 64 Trimbl f5 631 1,385 . . 184 Union Warren Washington Wayne Webster Whitley Wolle Woodford Total ....... 161 201 2,359 in 211 48 29 183 34.104 . 252 . 788 932 -- 5r ...... 476 796 . . 276 Thing Perhaps sleepless nlehts caused it, or grler, or sickness, or perhaps It was care. No matter what the cause, you cannot wish to look old at thirty. Gray hair Is starved hair. The hair bulbs bave been deprived of proper food or proper nerve force. We believe this fact, and our words demonstrate our belief. Our goods are warranted to be exactly as represented! that Is honest. Our goods are guaranteed to give satisfaction, that Is honest. If any article of Jewelry ot our manufacture does not give perfect satisfaction, we wlll'refund the money paid for the articles; that Is honest. CARSON & CO. has a complete assortment of goods in store for sale at These prices that defy competition. goods are made from rolled gold plate, gold filled, gold front, or solid gold stock, and are warranted to give perfect satisfaction or the money will be refunded. If this notice should reach any one living too tar from CARSON & CO'S store, or auy other customer of ours, to penult their purchasingtbese goods from, our customer, we will sell the goods at retail to nnder the same warranty ami deliver by mall. We will also send printed instructions as to the care of Jewelry how to clean It, etc. on application, such-person- ...... Um la thti? W.F.MainCo.,Eastern Factory Cor. ot Friendship and Eddy Sts., Providence, R. I, Western Factory (largest Jewelry j Factory In the world) nnder process ot construction at East Iowa City, la. uvcr 52,000 icci 01 uopr space, 10 A 900 3x 150 . STRICTLY S LINE GIVE OF JEWELRY Lee '185 Leslie Letcher Lewis Lincoln Livingston Loir an Lyon McCracken McLean Madison. Magoffin ....,.. - 1,100 400 890 50 . . . . . 3 93 . . . 600 10 144 35 . . . . . 385 355 , . 365 270 244 . . . . , . , 574 . , Abcp's GUARANTEED TO 1 SATISFACTION OR MONEY REFUNDED. ....... ,.. ..... .,,,,. joo Marlon Marshall Martin Mason Meade ..,,... .- -. 500 Subscriber. Eilacats Tour llowala Willi Cmcar'ts. iOti.Sty, dim vision made clear, styes removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind speedily and effectually cured bv the use of Sutherland's Eagle Bye Salve It's put up In tubes, and sold on a guarantee liv all good druggists. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro, tf M- WeK Kyea Are Hails Ntronir, Cnncy Cathartic, cure constlpatlca (cover. I(aa0.ful.(lruRlurefuDilmonr. Dr. Ullo' rlu rilUatop H.adacba, - . . , , Meuifee Mercer Metcalfe. . , . . Monroe Montgomery Morgan Muhlenberg Kelson Nicholas Ohio Oldham, Owen, , Owsley Pendleton Ferry Increases the circulation In the scalp, gives more power to the nerves, supplies missing elements to the hair bolbi. tions, gray hair begins to show color In a few days. Soon it tits all the softness and richness of voutb and the color ot early life returns. Would you like our book on the Hair? We will gladly send It to you. Used according to direc- ...... '288 , ' .....'.. ... 129 8it 53 . . 807 , . , ..... 745 449 174 1,700 WrHmuml If vou do not obtain all the bincm you expected from It the Vlr or, wrtw tbe doctor m about it. He rasyboableto sucgett something ot value to vou. Address. Dr. J. C. (Ayer Co., Lowell, Mau. ........ 79 585' A full and very fine line of Jewelry is now offered for safe by S. J. Tiche-no- r, of Mcllenry, Ky. This sale Includes rolled gold plate, gold tilted, gold front and sold gold goods of our own manufacture and we warrant them to give perfect satisfaction or we will refund the money paid for them by the purchaser. We manufacture over 5,000 designs or patterns ot Jewelry and do not hexl-tat- e to warrant our goods to the fullest extent. We know they are exactly as represented. In case this notice should reach patrons who are too far away from Mr. Tlchenor's place of burlness, or other stores where our goods are sold, to admit ot their going there to purchase our goods, write us what you want and we will supply you by mall, at the regular prices. We will be glad to correspond with the wearer of goods concerning them.' Will send full Instructions as to the care of Jewelry, how to clean It, etc, on application, by null. 90 400 . , WsiIsm factory, Urf tit Jouilr) factor) In t world, undorprtttu ofconttrucilon at 10 City, It, Ottrt 2,000 fott of foot tpat. W. F. MAJN CO.. fastir faitery trMi as Hit ttroott, rVoWsaiiu, . Cor. . tut jifc-- afraWlliil kfafjj " - " mmta.,tmttir.afaimlfmtitfm&k && Every Department 4 J!lJs READY FOR FALL "Strike For Your Altars HURLED TO DEATH. NATURE VERSUS NATURE. 1 1 BUSINESS. Dress Goods, Lndies' and Misses' Jackets, Capes. Complete line of Infants' Cloaks, Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings, and Hoys Clothing, Millinery, Boots, Shoes, Etc. HIT, heavy, .NOTE. OUR PRIGBS: fleece lined Underwear, elegant 4"C, our price 25c .... quality, would be cheap at 0pC 7 Uc ' i Lad lea fust bhclc cotton Hose, worth aoc, our price . ... fleece-lined- , Men's heavy fleece lined Underwear, sold ev ery where for r 50 suit, our price . . ... Misses Union Suits, jersey rlbhed.nlcely trimmed would be a bargain at 50c, our price Ladies' all wool Hose, black, a bargain at 35c, our price Men's white Shirts, with fancy bosom, cheap enough at 75c, our price , I .,'' J--j oa n Joe iye en ylte a Men's good lined Jeans Pants, worth $t.oo, sale price Vestee Suits for little fellows from 3 to 8 m 4 years, coat, has large sailor collar, trimmed in braid, worth $2.50, our price JjP I Ladles double Capes, 26 inches long, cheap at $1.50, our prices Men's all wool black and brown Beaver Over coats, cheap at $3 00, our price $1 00, oye Pi 7 jj I ., 0 Vr ...,,.. f 7 ,U( r fy.UU J-- J--s it Men's black Mcintosh Coats, good value at our price i 50, 7 j in K(n UUU Large size Comforts, well made, worth our price fijl OK pj..0O onr price jq-- 4 White Marseilles Quilts, good sire, cheap at 75c, gray or white blankets, good quality. . . . 48c Wo are better prepared than ever this season to meet the wants of our many customers. Our Stock is the Best. Our Prices are the Lowest. Be wise and inspect our , line before buying. The Place is : FAIR & CO., THE FAIR DEALERS. Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER to, Good white Feathers are now worth 40c In trade. Bring them to Carson machinery was located In close prox imlty to the wall. The line shalt which the accident occured makes about 251) revolutions per minute. Stf Mr, Rereer was attempting to put the haUabWiUL belt, which runs the grls mill, on the pulley when his overcoat was caught by a key on the line shalt. In an In Hood Hill caf.llf.r lll.jtb. noti IrrlutlnKand "only olfianio To ult. with Ho5IirH&r.prlUai stant he was flying around with the rapidly revolving machinery at the Moses Mattingly. Hartford has been rate of 250 revolutions per minute. for quite a while behind the times The machinery was running at lull against the protest ot its citizens, but apeed. The revolving body knocked now we may rtjolce on the hope of the Weather boarding off the building eight feet high, and six feet wide, what the near future promises us. splitting, it into kindling. The body Mr,. O. B. Heavrin, Louisville, made at least 150 revolutions before it came home Monday to cast his first could be stopped. The body, horribly ballot. Of course It was in the inter .beaten, gashed and bruised wax est of the Kentucky landslide. HeJ slashed and pounded ugalnst floor and left f6r Louisville Wednesday. wall In a manner almost beyond huOne leg was Now in the tlriir to get a Rocking man comprehension. Chair free of charge. We are going cut off at the knee on the weather to give you one with every $15 cash boarding as squarely.ss, If amputated purchase. Don't fail to get a ticket' by the surgeons knife, and thrown several feet from the mill. The flesh Carson & Co. was cnt and beaten from the same beThe Hartford tobacco factory is femhre was ing hurriedly erected. It stands three limb to the body and the Inches from the stories high and will be a very com- broken about eight leg was broken modious building when completed. knee. The right and again Should this firm be as successlnt in nearly off below the knee handling tobacco here as they have just above the knee. The right arm elsewhere, Hartford will be greatly was broken in three places and torn almost from the body. The left arm benefitted by this enterprise. was broken in two places and frightAdmiral George Dewey and Mrs, fully gashed. The body was gashed Mildred Hazen are to be married in and relieved oi its robe excepting that the near future. The Admiral is res part which tied the unfortunate cruelported to be 61 years old while his ly about the machinery. The flesh, bride to be is only 43. Mrs. Hazen cut and torn was scattered around Is a very prominent society lady In about over the floor. Washington and a sister oi John R. After the body was cut loose and McLean, the defeated candidate for removed to his home. Mr. Reneer Governor ol Ohio. regained consciousness. He was con Rev. J. W, Vallandlngham arrived scious to the last and fully realized in Hartford yesterday and will deliver the rapid approach of death. He two sermons at the Baptist church lived about two hours, then expired The remains of the deceased were Sunday. Text for morning: "He goeth forth and weepelh bearing laid at rest In the Centertown cemetery that precious seeds shall come again with In the presence ol a host of sorrowing rejoicing bringing' his sheaves with friends and relatives. F. D. was the mm &UDjecr.;or evening: "wnat younger of the four Reneer brothers is your hope worth" These are ins who by their energy and Industry teresting subjects and Rev. Valland have crowned life's labors in success lngham will give some excellent end brought to their estate the esthoughts on them. Come out and teem and good wish of host of friends. and Your Fires' Finis D. Ronoor Moots an Aw- A Calf attho Ago of months ful Doath In a Flouring Supplies a Family of Four Patriotism is always comMill at Contortown. mendable, but in every breast With Milk and Buttor there should be not only the The most horrible accident that ever desire to be a good citizen, occurcd in net tern Kentucky, befell AN l MAS .F.l.lt.(llI.X IIIUT1I TO A but to be strong, able bodied the little village of Centertown last the battle Friday alternoon at fpur o'clock. Mr. Jo Pte, of Whllesvllle, Daviess and well fitted for of life. To do this, pure While at his post ot duty In the flour coujity, Ky., owns the roost remarkblood is absolutely neces- ing mill ol the Renter Bros , Mr able cow ever heard of rirce the reign sary, and Hood's Sarsapa-rill- a Finis Renter was accidentally caught of time Scientists hae made nature is the one specific which in the machinery about the line shall ashamtd ol herself in tracing the formation of the earth, and in some incleanses the blood thorough- and hurled into eternity. engine room in which Mr Re- stances site has blushed for shame. ly. It acts equally well for Thewas at work was small and the For instance, when they accounted for nter both sexes and all ages. Humor "Whenlneed blood purl' fier I Uke Hoofs S&rsupirttlx. It cured nerve my humor tnd is excellent ts ionic." Joste Eiton. ford Springs, Ct. NOVEMB SeII' I"ImII 1 V BUSTS October gone, winter coming. The mcrclinndiso gathering in this store tells of the change. Preparations for tho needs of the season were long ago completed here. Hints of winter are all about us. The iabries are heavier. The colors are in keeping with the days of snow and wind. The garments have progressed in weight and warmth. The ladies Jackets and Capes are attractive. Blankets are desirable. Heavy-weigh- t furnishings Cold weather Comforts are on every counter. are in demand. Improved methods of retailing make the satisfaction of patrons sure. We have them In all the new and latest styles. Prices from to per yard. Mod6 man's creation by his having descend ed from the species ol animal known as the monkey, but this time n creature not fo highly developed ss tht scientist provokes nature to scorn. A calf eleven m jnths old furn!hes milk and butter for a family of four, ard has never given birth to a call The calf Istkjw sixteen months old and In normal health. This is certainly abnormal nature, but It Is a part of history. A gentleman from Hartford visited the family sometime In the recent past and when told this unreasonable story, exclaimed, it is impossible; but when his own eyes beheld the abnormal reality he was convinced that the Impossible was possible. This animal is the Jersey stock of cattle and Is prized very highly by Its owner. Should anyone doubt the correct ness of this freak of nature, it can be verified by writing Mr. Jo. Pate, Whiteavllle, Ky. thambrrlaln'a Palu Onlin Curea Ttbj ftotYoii? a m Olh-cra, Percals. 7c iac Flanneletts. Beautiful patterns. Both for Wrappers, Dresses and Children's Wraps. House Flannels. Our price on heavy red twill Flannel, 15c per yard. Better grades at same low price. Ask to see our line Canton Flannels when you are in the store, as we have some special values In this line. Cloaks, Capes and Jackets. We nre receiving new ones every few diys, ranging in prices from 85c to $10.00. Call and examine quality and get prices. , My wife has been Ualncr Chaniber- - Overcoats We have got them ! Overcoats ! Our Millinery Stock is alt la and In full blast. 'Call and see same for yourself. have tried all kinds of medicines and doctors without receiving any benefit from any of them. One dav we saw an advertisement of this medicine and thought of trying it, which we did with the best ot satisfaction. She has used only one bottle and her snoulder is almost well. Adolpn L, Millett, Manchester, N. II. For sale ra by Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. Iain's Pain Balm, vtith good results, lor a lame shoulder that has pained her continually for nine years. We all styles and pi ices. Gentlemen's Underwear. We start you with a good heavy Jersey ribbed Shirt and Drawers at 25c. Men's extra heavy flannel lined Shirts and Drawers, would be cheap at 69c, our price 49c. Regular 75c quality, our price 50c. Handsome line Underwear, our price St. 25 Men's heavy work Shirts, Buckskin by name, and will wear like buckskin, for only 25c. Men's extra heavy cordury collars and fronts onr price only 50c. s, Heavy wool fancy fronts, price 50c. Better grades $1.00 and $1 25. over-shirt- Clothing. We are still In the lead in all grades of Clothing. Let us show you our'linc of $5.00 and $6 00 Suits A handsome line $7 50, $8 uo, $9 00 and $10 ooj goods. These- - goods in any city tvonld cost you twenty five per cent more money. Important to Mothers . hearjthese sermons. Mr. A. S. Bennett, a former citizen of this county, but recently of Sellers burg, Ind., comeback to his old Kentucky home to assist, in redeeming his native State from the pending dangers of Goebelism. Mr. Bennett is bookkeeper for the Sellersburg Bank and the Sellersburg Cement Co. He has an excellent position and many of his Irleuds will learn of his good fortune with glad hearts Mr. Bennett made ns a very pleasant call Wednesday be fore returning to his work. Sargeant Warren E EUis, one of Ohio county's noble young men who braved the stormy seines of the Santiago battle and who was wounded on San Juan Hill in the very jaws of death, is at home again with parents and friends, Mr. Bills has been discharged from service in the army with the highest degree, being that ol ex cellent. His call at Tub Republican office yesterday morning was most agreeable, his being a twin and a soldier fresh from service made his short call a very happy one. Gross Williams will sell you a good sewing machine for $10. See him at once. second-hand &Co. jesterday. . Tho Standard Boaror of tho Populist Party. Monday the Hon.W. B. Howard, of Alabama,, spoke in the Court House to a good crowd of men of all political parties. Mr. Howard Is a Populist In his political faith and we are far from agreeing with him in his doctrine.but we most heartily endorse I1I3 disposition oi the Goebel Election Law. He approached it in a manner not similar to any other speaker we have heard during the campaign; before anyone was expecting that he was drifting Into a discussion cf this Inlamoua act he had a splendid mirror before each voter in which the infamy xl the man's character, that fathered this law, shown resplendent (Hls discus slon of this act was exceedingly well rendered and appreciated by all lovers of honest elections regardless of their politics affiliations. His tribute to Kentucky and her past history was far beyong anything we have heard this season. It was really whatKen-tuck- y in her purity, deserves. He followed Kentucky and her sons from the time of Boone down to the present and with reluctance compared the past ro the present. He paid a glcw-In- g tribute to Kentucky's noble womanhood of which Kentucky and Kentuckians are to boastful. Whether Mr. Howard comes again to Hartlord or not the people will ever remember this most excellent effort In the deWith no fense of free Kentucky. senss of flattery do we assert that his Was by far the best Populist speech weeverlieard. In fact it was hard to beat by any man ot any political laith, for It was principally areviewodKens tuckv's glories and an. appeal to the honest manhood to maintain and honor the past by destroying from the face of the earth every vestige ol Goebel and Goebelism. Mr. Jo A. Parker, nt Louisville Kentucky's Popullstic champion, wan with Mr. Howard, but kindly gave all the time to his visiting brother and colleague from Alabama. J.OOAI, TIME TAM.E X. 0. 1L. XI.. r, Mr. Pete Lauder. Render, was callers among Tub RbpubucaM's DAM, The manufacturers of Castoria have been compelled to spend hundreds of of thousands of dollars to familiarize the public with the signature of Chas. H. Fletcher. This has been necessitated by reason 01 pliates counterfeit. ing the Castoria This counterfeiting Is a crime not only against the proprietors of Castoria, but against the growing generation All persons should be careful to see that Castoria bears the signature of Chas. II. PIetcher.lf.they would guard the health of their children. Parents and mothers, In particular, ought to carefully examine the Castoria advertisements which have been appearing in this paper, and to remember that the wrapper of every bottle of genuine Castoria bears the fac simile signature ot Chas. H. Fletcher, under whose supervision it has been manu factured continuously for over thirty years, Philadelphia Bulletin. trade-mark- Ladies' Underwear. Long sleeve, heavy ribbed Jersey Vest, 15c. Regular 35c grade for 25c. Ladies' Union Suits 35c suit. Extra heavy quality, worth 75c, our price 50c. Misses' Union Suits 25c. Children's Merino Vests and Pants from toe each up. Dress Goods. We have a handsome line Crepons ranging in price E from 50c per yard up to $2 00. A beautiful line new I novelties in Plaids for Skirts. In fact anything in Dress Goods from 10c yard up. Our line Brocade and Plaid ready-madSkirts is large. Ladles, if you expect to buy anything in the Dress Goods line this season, give us a call and we will do the rest. e Boots and Shoes. In this line we are headquarters and carry the largest and best line ever opened up in Ohio county. We lead of with a regular saddle seam $2.00 Boot, our price $1 50. Start boys Boots extra heavy, lull stock regular $1 50 and $1,75 Boot, our price St.25 and $1 35. LiUlu boys, ask your mamma to get you a pair of our red top Boots. We sell you a heavy Brogan Shoe for ft.oo, $1 to, $1 25 and on up to $3 00 per pair. Men's hall fine Shoe at $1.00, $1 25, 1.39 and $1 50. Would be cheap at twenty cents more on each pair. When it comes to fine Shoes, we handle the Brown Shoe Co's Shoe, of St. Louis. Every paid guaranteed to give satisfaction or your money refunded. The best line of ladies' heavy Shoej on earth, at all prices. Ask to see our Yon Can't-RI'Em Shoe. p Bed Comforts and Blankets. Our sales in this line have been far beyond our ex pectatlons, as we have had to make the second large order. We have them in this line from 50c a pair to fS 00. Good 10 4 Blanket 50c. Better grades 10-60c and 65c. We start.large size 4 Blanket at 75c per pair. Better grades $1 10, $1 25, $.35, $i 50 l and on'up to $5 00. , Good, heavy, large size Bed Comforts 90c. Better grades at $t,io, still better $1.35, $1 50, up to $2 50. 11-- BEAKB ai30p.ni. NiuS a. m. 10i47 a. in. SaotU SOI, rut Mall, p I.cmI Frtlaht ail, Arcum'oUKllonltilSp. m. V in. ual, JLjraJat a. 3J. BOX, Xarlh " SS2, Itram. A Hall ! ainil 1194, 1.oil rrrtani 7 37 k. ra, Come to Carson & Co. tor Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes, Boots, Notions and Furniture, Resolutions of Elmwood Sun day School. Whereas, God In His infinite wisdom having seen fit to remove from our presence. Miss Llllle Brown, our most efficient and beloved secretary and true, devoted friend, and Whereas, On meeting at Sunday school this morning our hearts were made sadder by seeing a vacant seat usually occupied by a kind, gentle, loving friend, and in view ot these and other (acts, we, the committee, desire to express the very deepest sen timents of the cntirefSunday school, therefore Resolved, rat. That In the death of Llllle our Sunday schosl has lost a faithful worker, the family a kind and affectionate daughter and sister, the church a faithful, devoted christian. Resolved, 2d. That we should strive to imitate the character of this, our dear friend, whose life was a true type of the christian love that ruled her sweet and winning ways. Though we deeply leel and realize our loss yet we know 'tis God that has bereft us And we should comfort ourselves by the sweet words that seemed written upon her smiling face as she lay In her last peaceful slumber, "Resting at Jesus feet " Resolved, 3d. That we have lost a precious jewtl that can never be replaced' ilml that oue star has been, odd ed to the constellation of the eternal heavrni whose presence will give ras dlante and glory to the cherublms of of the holy city and even light the golden walls and the pearly gates of the New Jerusalem and there be as 4 beacon light shedding its effulgent rays to guide us o'er lifes sin crested billows it to that sweet unchangeable heaven of rest. Resolved,. 4ih. That we hereby Under our most sincere sympathy to the faithful parents, loving brother, kind, devoted little sisters and all bereaved relatives and we commend them to the sweet assurance that "Weeping may endure for a .night, but joy comcth in the morning," Resolved, 5th. That these proceedings be printed in at least three of the county papers and that a copy be sent to the bereaved family. Ida Maddox, C S. Maddox, Com, SALLIETlCllBNOn, Schuster's Floating Studio ls.now at Livermore,and will return to Hart ford, December the 1st tf Esq C. L Woodward,. Centertown, pleasant caller at TilR Republi CAN office Wednesday. t? as a. iye Firs- i- Glass Livery Stable invite everybody to call and investigate. All we ask or wish, is the opportunity to show our new Merchandise. Our GREAT VALUES and LOW PBICES will do the rest. We don't give Chairs with the Fertilizer sales, but vv)ll on all other sales. Carson & Co i- Mrs C P Kcown. is very sick with typhoid iever. Alter; about ten days sickness she appears to be improving - RJ. COLLINS, HARTFORD liavevoii Heard 01 11? f You I WiWl S slightly. Messrs D. W, Klmmel. Ceralvo. KEOWN & MARTIH, Hartford, Ky. andjim Her Beda, remembered The Republican Wednesday with their cheeriul presence. lit. A Card. TT m"i V Miss Norma Brown, of near Center town, who has been very ill ol typhoid livnry lever for the past two weeks, is no bet Among tlio many first-ola- ss In the Groen Hivor Country, ter at tbts writing. stablos nonoare bettor equipped than Koown Circuit Court will convene next It is run by Monday week. The court will have & Martin, of Hartford. young men, who aro energotici and some very bad cases to contend with during thla cession, in every particular. Why will people buy "Cheap John" sewiug machines when they can get the Singer for to centa a da)? Gross William, Agent. Fanning Tmpleinonts in season. Mrs A. F.Stanley ot Hopklnsvllle, visited Mrs. E. P. Neal Cist of the week. She lsnow visiting the family of Capt. A B. Stanley, Cool Springs. Best of feed and your stook will Messrs, C. C. Dennis and E. E. seouro best attontion. Rogers, Prentls, were in town Wednesday enjoying the "counting and shouting" over the Republican landslide. Mr. T. ,. Crifiln is In Owensboro. Boyd Bros, have opened a PhotoMr. A. D. White Is in Evansvllle graph Galleiy next door west of Tut! office and would be RsruoLICAN this weelc, 'bus meets all trains at pleased to have you Call and pee some Field's ot their work. ") Beaver Dam. Louisville, was Mr. A. R. Carson, The speech of Jo A. Parker as rein town first ol the weelc. potted in the Herald this week was Daisy photos 25c a dczen at Boyd's delivered by an Alabama orator, Mr. Howard. It was a splendid effort gallery. Just for a Bhort time. and well received by oil. 'Mis. Clyde Rowe, Render, was in Hartford to have brick sidewalks is Hartford a lew hours yesterday, Chickens, Eggs, Feath- now a certainty. The election of last Bring your Tuesday resulted in placing five men ers and Corn to Carson & Co. who are highly In favor ol If you need a nice Hat, see Miss town progress, Judgo John P. MorCarson & Co. Alice Stafford. ton was called to the Police Judge's The company owning the Scioto chair, Mr. C. K.'Motrlsou will mainhis sold it and Hartford is again with- tain order on the streets. The tins out transportation, excepting via tees are Messrs. Shelby ,Taylor, R. T. Collins, K W. Ford, A. D.Wblte and Beaver Dam, ate The Hay tl colored brass band wishes to express their thanks to the Republican committee of Morgantown for their generous and manly treatment during the great Taylor rally. R. D. Newton, Manager. All Right Now. may have heard cod-liv- Buggies and Wagons on sale at all times. about SCOTT'S EAUJLSION and have a vague notion oil with that it is its bad taste and smell and all ii other renuhlve. fea oil, the tures. It is cod-fivpurest and the best in the world, but made so Daiata- M h( xlmnti evervhnrlv can take it Nearly all children like it and ask for more. ' W& lwi KwTiitflfill7 vnJlpJw fflVwllvf " Kln2 oqt U9 W EI"-- ne new "nra? slre''yiwiw ymwiA&$Wb fcKiSj' tPwWfr W bring to you the new and true from the plney 'orests ' Norway UK. ine-Tar-Hon- dLLLo ey Celebrated Birdsoll Wagons a specialty. 'Qivo them a call. EMULSION looks like cream i it nourishes the wasted body of the baby, child or adult better than cream or any other food in existence. It bears about the same relation to other emulsions that cream does to milk. If you have had any experience "just as with other good" preparations, you will find that this is a lact. The hypophotphllei that are oil combined with the cod-live- r additional value to It became Slyt tone up the ntrvous iyttm and Impart strength to the whole body. . 40c .iidli ooVldruxxUll. SCOTtS UOWNE, OwmUL, N.w York. SCOTT'S 1111 f juu wtfc luDrt itiCQf -- Nature's most natural remedy, Improved by science to a Pleasant, Permanent, Posltlro Cure for coughs, coMs and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes. Lungs are exhilaThe sore, weary cough-wor- n mucus Is cut out 1 the rated the microbe-bearin- g cause of that tickling Is removed, and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that then Is no Inclination to cough. SOLD BY ALL OOOD DRUQQI0T3 I t1. anil lilit i aaiflAWPAtltt alJ may iuiwu 10 Itr, lUi line Honor It IVrt quirk tod pcnucwnl In grtpMnelluroocMind colds. itniMi-- Bottle Only. 20o., 60o. and $1.00 SUM BE SURE YOU GET ir Dr. Bell's ret! Fisi-Tar-MMiy Tho Now Wrinkle. Another newspaper 1 ' "lit. ItaltuAti, k Salo by Z. WAYNE GRIFFIN & BRO. For M. A, VrUAlftt "Overwork and loss of necessary sleep made me very nervous and ft was with the greatest difficulty that I could execute my solos. A friend advised me to give Dr. Miles' Nervine a trial, which 1 did and received immediate benefit In a few days 1 was entirely relieved. I recommend it to all musicians who suffer from overworked and disordered nerves." added to tht Is The New Wrinkle, published ht Beaver Dam The articles ol faith are omitted in tht editors salutatory, hence we are una bid to locate bltn. We join In wishing the managers success in their new enterprise. The appearance ol the first Issue Is neat and bids fair to old in relating the local news in its adopted city. list in Ohio county. It SF&ld COLS 333CU.1 VAT3f mm rsiorzizsxozs: Som, PJL1J, TRANSFER LINE SIT XCJUXiVFOSiS JU2TT3 33SATSSX Dr. O. V. Wilson, 111 . m . m That Lame Hark ran bo eurtd with . Adversity fUttereth no man," but OoliSc. Dr.UUo'Nh.UVBrLABlElL the psina gf dyspepsli turn his atten ll told by all drucciiti on cuiruiLe, first bottle benefit! or money puk. Ta tara Gou.tlpatton VorTr, tion to Hood's Sarsapaillla and In Its and ccrvci tent free. Hook on heart Take OucureU Cwkit Cuthartlo. JOocrBo. finds a cure. Dr. MIIm Wsdlcal Company, Elkhart, Ind, If a 0. a Ult 10 cur, drivgUts refund moaof. use he mi' Horvinm Otto H. Shwnrr.ir, 3310 8tata SI., Mllwouk... . aw Wl. J.o Dr. Miles' VKAUNtd3. Ninra Purrwtf tor SPINAL AliarusgUUMlT'emforSSc. MattikTiciibnor A FAST AND KASY RIDB IN "VEHICLES THE MOST COMFORTABLE YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. Subscribe for the Republican. $1 I ax at I .alH B U rf I I . - aaaataaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat aaaM .f.fcJlaX jLy FPl(r,i,"T wnaWnajs.. ISESSCa n m jmimm "' wiiiihhii.i jim u.i "put lP((iWB ii i i iif limiiJW A Hartford Republican. six Boils and Pimples Give Warning. AN it Inch mortars. Ready for armament, there are thltty nine la inch, twenty-seve- FRIDAY, NOVEMBER to n h, twenty-fiv- e 8 inch, one hundred and filteen Mpic) Clara Barton on Woman Suf-frao- o. UNFAILING SIGN THAT NATURE IS APPEALING ir I I ft .' a witrning that can not uifely m ignored. To noj;lcot to puruy tlie wood nt mis tirao moons more thin tho imnoynnco of pilnful Iwlls nnd If thert impurltlm are allowed to unsightly pimples. remain, tho svstem succumbs to any onlinnry illness, nnd is tuuule to withstand tho mtny nilments which nra so during spring nnd ltumer ".ti. L. Gentile, 2UUl Se md Avenue, Sntt tie. Wash , w;i: very was aflllcted for a longtime with plniplos, which "I nnnoylng as they disfigured mv ftco foar'ully. w re After using many other rm dies In vain S S S, promptly nnd thoroughly cloansed mj b'ood, nnd now I rejoico In a good comotpxion, which I Dover had be'oro " Isftpt. w 11 uunmii. ui wiu a. vr ti. R. II. Chattanooca. Tenn . writes: " Several boils nnd carbuncles broko out upon me, causing gr.'at pain and annoyance. My blood seemed to lie in a riotous condition, and notlitng i tooK seepircl to rio any good fix botiks of S S 8. cured mo completely and my blood has been perfectly pure ever since." rnn nr I n rLn IIlLii She dors not osk for nnco i needed lielp until it is impossible to got nlmitf without it. Bolls and pimples lira an indication that the svstem ie nccminiliitltif' impurities which must be gotten rid of ; they are nn urgent aptwal for ossistouoa When Naturo Is overtaxed, she hM her own wny of eivinc notice tliat assist- - .fillip. S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD is the best blood remedy, beenue It Is purely vegetable and is the only one that is absolutely free from potoMi anil mercury. iromptly purines the blood and thoroughly cleansed tho svtetn, liuilils i. the cencral health and strength, It cures Scrofula. Epzcnia. Canor Rl.Ptunn tlsm. Tetter Boils, fores, etc, bjr going direct to tho causo of tha trouble an i forcing out all impure tuooa. Books free to any address by the Swift Specific Co., Atlnnta. Ga, , m Kt LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON Union Depot. Serentti !)AXV;V5;AiA Ticket Office, 222 Fourth Avenue. & ST. LOUIS HAILWAY COMPANY and Biter. Louisville to St. Louis & West. St. Louis to Louisville & East No 44 No. 45 No: 46 No. 41. 8:40a m 8:5sp m Leave Louisville 7:37a m tf:35P m Leave St Louis " Mt.Vernon 12:231m li:38p m " Otvensboro 11:4 a in 11:53pm " Henderson 12MSP m '2:55a m " Evansville 2:i3p m 2:35a m " Evansville 1:151m " Henderson 2:.)6p m 3:10a m 1:35am " Owensboro " Mt.Vernon, 1114:17pm 4:29a m 4:00a m 3'44P m Arrive St Louis 7:3ip m 7:30a m 7:20a m Arrive Louisville 7:45P u XiOVXliV. :xx.z: TO Leave Louisville . " Ilawesville. " Owensboro. " Hendtrson. Arrive Evansville No. 41 . 7 37a m 10:43a m 11:40a m No 43 4!5P io:it,p lor-ii- "J 8:o4p m 1245P m o:5P w m ra n:o8p n:58p No 45 9:i8 m m ra M y i:i5pni 12:551 in 1:25am No 46 2!20p in Leave Evansville . 6:50a in 2:45a m " Henderson . m 2i46p m 7:151 3:10a m " Owensboro 8:18a m 3M4P m 4:00a m " Ilawesville 4!4ip m 4:50a m 9:17a m Arrive Louisville 7 4SP m 1235pm 7:30a m AlKtraina tun thr ugh solid to Evansville Through Pirlor Cars and Pull man Sleepers on all trains to Evansville and St Louis. Numbers 41 nnd 42 connect nt Irvington for Fordsville & Hirdinsburii dailv 36 EVANSVILLE TO LOUISVILLR. No. 44 No. 42 A Utter from Clara Darton bat te cently bten given to the press which may be of Interett to many, ns couiinp from one who has devoteJ her l'fe to the service oi her country, which, in turn, rrfnses her any voice inch' cslnp those who are to lule over its letl nles. "I believe I mint have hern horn believing in the full right oi women to all the privileges ami mittnni which nature and jitice nccttrrl to In common with other human being Perfectly equal rights buiu.in right. There was nevtr Hoy qurstlfn in nn mind in tegard to this I 1M nr purchase my freedom with n prlc-- I was born free; and when, as a joungei woman, I heard thepuKjict dlscu&ed It feemed simply ridiculous llixt n sensible, sane person should q lestinn o' it. And when, later, the pha-woman's right to sunrnRf csmeup it was to me only a pmtftlie whole just as natural, jtut at right, nnrt j i as ceitaln to take p're; "And whenever I have bren urged as a petitioner, to ask for this prtvi lege for woman, a Icind of dnz-d- , be wlldered feeling has come over me "Of whom should I ask this privilege? Who possessed thr right t coaler it? Who had greiter righ than woman herself? Was It tint and if so, where did lie get il? Wh conferred It upon him? He depended upon woman ior bis being, bis ver Mor existence, nature and rearing. fitting that she should have conferred It upon him. "Was It governments? What wetr they but the voice ot the people? What gave them their power? Wait divinely conferred? Ah-- I no; or they would have been better, purer, more just and sUble. "Was It force ol arms war? Who furnished the warriors? Who but tht mothers? Who reared their sons ami taught them that liberty and theii country were worth their blood? Wno gave them up, wept their fall, nursed them in suffering and mournel them file and tlxty U Inch tuoitars. Uider constitution thetearcniueUen II inch guns, ten 8 Inch guns, eight guns, one hundred and twenty twi rapid fire guns and one hundred and mortars. In addition eight rapid fire to this thtreare twenty-fivguns which are m t yet begun This will nuke, wh-- rr all are completed and mounted, eighty five guns, one hundred and eighteen lo Inch, nlnety-fu- r three hundred and eight rapid fire guns, three h h e COFFEE Used in Millions of Homes! Accept no substitute Insist on LION COFFEE, in ! lb. pkgs. 1 ht hundred and fotty-- f itir 12 inch mop tnrs It is assumed thit $4,800,000 will be required for the defense at t'oito Rico Scientific Atuerlcnn, Best Coffee for the Money! Try LION COFFGFJ nnd you will never use any other. It Is absolutely pur Coffee and nothing but Coffee. Working Nlghtand Day. The busiest nnd mightiest little thing that ever was made is Dr. King's New Lite Pills Every pill is a tugir coated globule of health, that changes wetkness into strength, Hatleasness Into entrgy, brain lag into menu I power. They're wonderful In build ing up the health. Only 35c per box Sold by J. H. WillUius. , These articles mailed FREE in exchange for lion heads cut from front ofx lb. LION COFFEE pkgs. Silk Umbrella (either Lady's or dents). Sent by etprees m ( Fancy (fold Ring. rll Ilea and a Ctoolne) KabySattlnfl Cold Rlag. sUup. beads J --cent MJt H treavl i& Ljja rorailltn beads sad stamp. i e jhcyI paid), lor 170 lion beads and Arery icnarivs pre- These rtnft art) itnalne rolledold plate. harltK tho eiacl appearance and qualities of soldi Hold, and tuarenls-- by Mew the maters to last two years with ordinary ussf patterns ana rery popular. 2cat stamp. "aWy tit; llUlL I TO DETEIUflNK TOK BIZK- -I I Armor Plated Boys. It is important these days that there should be armor plated boys. A boy needs to be ironclad on Hi3 lips against the fitit taste of liquor. His ears against Impure words. His hands against wrongdoing. Hisheart against datgerous books md pictures. His pocket agali'Stdishonestmon y- - Dot) nDbrella,madsofnnloii silk ta3eU frame with aeren steel rod and illrer Congo handle. Would cost tlOO at the store. Dress-Pi- strength, purity and flavobI Knickerbocker" Watch. Cutaatrln nf thick raner so thst tho ends will iscllymrct when drawn fdiady around second joini oi ine nnfer. uiy one erw on una aiaTBin at the 0. and order the number the other end udicaies. n Set. nailed tree far IS lion heads and a etaavp. Three pins In theselllsrxer d than shown), of fine rolled rold, with handanroe rubr-colore- d neri-tMt- Olren for 173 lln heads and a stamp. Neat appear-ln- ( and an excellent Solid nlckel-sUee- r rase, with Pair of .Lace Handkerchief. Ertd Two ritxa fin eambrla handkerchiefs, with beautiful lo- lata me Inssr-Uo- Art Picture, Easter Oreetlnr" lea wrappers and a stamp. A hlthly. aiumc rlrtnra. that will grata UteOnnldn Inr room The backcroond ot rnyainari.Mua an furnUbcs appropriate contrail to the little srlrl and her whit Easter lilies. Bite, ltralnchct, lion beads fraas Uon Olraa lea-- cat Co. S nut Suitable for Jans, curl pins, child's set, 5ash-Beltn- or as a ornamantal back. Nldkel rnoTcmenta, etcapemeul fully Jeweled. Tha famous 'Knickerbocker" watch. In the car tiers. HslMnch hem. marhlna His tongue againt evil speaking. The Christian armor on her citizens iivet more security to the nation than H the armor plates that are on hei hips So says The ChiUtian Guar- llan. for Fifty Cents. Guaranteed tobacco habit curw, makes treat sen atronff. blood pure. &Oo,ll. Alt drura'lsfts Buckle. Meotloa re walat'tueaai I Ladles Watch Chain. A donMe strand ot best silk rord.nnltad at lntereala with colored beads ; neat and substantial For IS Uon heads and a 2ent stamp. stylish and durable. Apelrol thee haadfcarw chltle xteen for IS lloa htads tut Irota UsnCortM wrapper aad a 2c. stamp. hemstitched! Children's Picture Book. sending'. Watch. Mailed free for IS Uon heads cut frwaa Lion Coffee wrappers and a staaip. Latest style of imported black Solas sms-rral- n ribbon belUruri stylish ImltaUon oildlied Hirer buckle; neat, strong and fashionable. dent's Genoral Directory. STATE OPFICIALS. Silver - Napkln-RI- n. Tha reletrated " later-so- il " watch . and stem-se- t. durable nickel-plate- d rase: each wsicb accompan-lo- t by ruarmntea of the mater. A reliable nailed free tar M Ilea beads and a m w fiiHS i "' :! Olren far 10 Ilea beads and a atasap. hlitcen ol tan Oonee Melallr IllostratedtnttwIUi nicely lithrajraphed coeer. Wa hat different laioks, so yon ran Rluu-sorunen- l. rot 10 lion heads and s reals wa will tend It usnsd ready for basttor. Flower Picture. dead? William O. Bradley, Wortbw. Liieut. Uovcrnor ngton. Governor j. ,. -- ,. imnrnninw.FniTHiiMmiiiimiiiimwi THIN I fe i I LISTLESS SLEEPLESS sallow frequently ITO-TO-BAC mmm : : : chew and smoke Immense j quantities ol tobacco and wonder ill j the line why they look so bad, (eel j so mean. Try under an absolute guar, j anlco ol benefit and final cure, or money rclundcd, the taking ol a single box ol 1 j ! mmm,, EkeS . I regulates tobacco using, builds up nervous system. makes puro rich blood. Many report a gain ot ten pounds in ten days. GO buy a box. Try it under your own TASTELESS yfyj H 'gist ci DRUGGIST'S GUARANTEE. lee ILm U authorize,! to sell un r abioluto (fuaranteo to cure erery luriu ui ixuuauuu uttuiKa uurfTo-IUwruicn RUftr c antce, freo samnlo of and Ixwklet called "Don't Tobacco bplt and Hmoko Your Llfo Awav." mailed for tha UI riff n Aildrrfiti THE HTEltMNO ItKM- EUV CO .Chicago, Montreal, Can., N.V S3 5E2 1 AOfftnrTO HOVHrlCi I 3 WARRANTED. Oil ATI!, II LS., Not. 15,1533. rails Medicine Co., nt lxul, Slo. e wild Inst year. COO ecules o. l.eotlcuien. 0IU)K8 TASTKI.t-f- a CIIIIJ, TOMO snd bar. bouubt Ibreo Rrus ftlreadr tbii yrar. In all uvr rz penrnre ot li rtan. la the drug bu.tneM. bare neTer aula an artlrle Ibal g ire cuck UDlreraalaalla. lictlga aa y&uf loolc. louratnilr, Alisiy.CiBR 4 CO. Porsaleby J. H. Williams H. candr cthartle. cur cotutfpfttloa. OuIlOo. J IQJUSTASCOOD FOR ADULTS. PRICE GO cts. ltrllftblo pcriooi ot rtipchnnlctl or larcoUre mlnJ dfilr1n(itrtptoth l'artt Kipoiltlon. wltbrood Itlarr Di rinf DRri paid, houM writ The VXtUSXT ltLCOitD, UolUmore, 311, '4 nfLKinl Will straighten Curlv and Kinky hf ir without iriuiv to the tcalp or hxir. S Cfz Hartford. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. What Would You Clvo H. T. 8tevens Sheriff Hartford. CURED with rcKetftU ifinfOioA. iiaTcoartv Deputies D. AI. Hocker, T. H. Beniuktit thuni&nd tAnmt To be cured ol catarrh? If you ot ton, R. B. Martin and W. H. Tinelev. cauea uopeiftM in lei diy i at lwut of all ymptom remor your mends have tbis disease, yon Court convenes first Monday in wt Tet1uinntal and Tin PATS treatment frt DB. B.B.CUES'S S0K3. llox K. AtUnU. O known how disagreeable It Is. Its March and August and continues three weeks, and third Monday in May and symptoms are Inflamed eyes, throbtwo weeks. ffvKvrMvriifNOCvOCwc bing temples, ringing noises in the November "Was it labor? Women have always, as a rule, worked harder than men. "Was it capital? Woman has furnished her share up to the present Hour. Who then, can give the right. and on what bisls? Who can with hold it? "In regard to my nationality, I in the old Huguenot town of Ox ford, Mass., U. S. A. My father ant My grandmother were born there fathers and grandmothers, with tn exceptions, were born, lived, died am were buried there "There is, once in a while a mon arch who denies the light ol man t place a crown upon his hend. Oiih the great Jehovah dii crown and him for his work and he reache out, takes the crown, and p'acrs it ' upon his head with his own hand suspect that this Ik in fleet what wrt man is doing today. Virtu illy there is no one to give ber the right to kiwi em beiself, as men govern themselves- law;by and of the land. But in one way or an other, sooner or lattr, she is coming to It. Aud the number of thoughtful and right minded men who will will be much smaller than wr think; and when It Is really nn ac compllshed fact, all will wonder, as 1 have done, what the objection ever was." Clara Carton. vtm-borself-mad- e op-pis- e, Charles Finley Attorney General W. S. Taylor. Auditor Samuel H. Stuoe. Trraeurer Geo. W. Long. Commissioner of Agriculture, Statistics Lucas and Moore. Secretaryof State For 13 lion heads and a stamp. Neat am! substantial. Made of durable metal, hearllr sllrer-plateTwo different patterns. Coin-Purs- Century mnklnx alto trratlae onihelstmrof tht kitchen, dlnlnc. iuom.laundry.slci room. and remedies for the more 3U paces Cook-Boo- k. Ladles' Pockct-Boo- k. e. Hnr-icultu- re For IS lion heads and I afaain. Olio.. dark brown Made of fine kid leather, cham ois Ilnlnx, nickeled frame, with strosg tarn slta and latest shspe. Illack ii leather, with Are sejamta ditlslans.lncludlnic a tock.pncket with flap b hold TlslUcg cards secure. and a 2c. stamp. ol rain-abl- e BT For 8 lien heads and a 2c sttaip. American Bcautr ltoara anil Ullrtol- 8 te. 11 1 at incurs, ungni and anlaue rolormr. The Dancing Lesson." aivenlsr23 lion heads fraen Llors Collee wrappers Olrtnror ISIIon heads and a stamp. F e. mm fr i Suparintendent Public Iustruction- W. Davison. Register Land Office (Jbss. O. Reynold. Insurance Bureau Commissioner-- 1) W. Comiugore. Adjutant General D. R Collier. Slate Librarian Miss Paul Deane Hardin. J. Ladles' Table Cover. Pen-Knlf- o. Durable, For IS lion heads rut froea Uon Corfee wraprcra a sump. Lar-r- e alio. snd 2cli handles nicely decorated and assorted colors. Boys' Pocket-Knlf- pl stand materia that will The blade i d tironc. Sharp S3 Inches anuare. Includlns fancy frlnrrd border Malted Uon beads and a 2c. stamp. free tor 23 wathlnr bandl. For 1 2 IIm beads tad a 2c. stamp. Tha rreen grass and trees, the llttl brown kitten and tha glrl'a maw whit drcas form a pleating combination ol colors. 8lre 11x21 Inches, flailed Ire Ilea beads aad a tump. HAIUtOAD Jnn Dempsey. H. 8. Irwiu. Samuel F. Brown. COMMIRBloNtltfl. U. Wood, chairman; J. F ' THO AtJOVn ARO ONLV A FEW OP THB UON COFFCS PSBMIUMS. Another list win shortly appear In this paper I Don't mils II I The rrandcrtlUtol premiums erererlered I You always know UCsN COFFEf! by the wrapper. It Is a sealed package, with tbe lion's head la front. It is absolutely par II the package U unbroken. UON COFFEG Is roasted tha day It leaves the factory. IMPORTANT NOTICE. year letter la the same eeiTelrps ar Wnsa wrltlat tor premiums paekag w lib tb lloa beads. If seer than I S Ilea beads ar teat, yoai can save postage by trimming down tbe margin. Ash roar grecor foe Urge iuwuiin ptwhw Hib Aoareaa su Miiers vm to Secretary sd CONQRESPIOVAL. Senators Hun. William C. Lind-aHon. W. J, Dehoe. Representative Fourth District D. H. Smith. STATE WOOLSOM SPtOE OO., Tot, Ohf. LEGISLATURE. Hon. T. G. Turner. Representative Ohio County Hon. It. C. Jnrnapm. 8enator OHIO COUNTY. CIRCUIT COURT. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owensboro. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Owensboro. T. H. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. 8 A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford. Rowan Hnlbrook, Master Coinnila-uion- ei DROPSY Has opened up a General Store, the only one in town. Call and ex Amine my goods and get prict s before buying elsewhere. It will be to your interest to do so. This town goes without saying, with the country people, to be the highest town in the county, Hartford, Ky., But he As long as I am in business that Says so, Smith Premier Tabulating and i: r2 Billing Machine. An Over Ready,. Price. 5Qc Per Box. jij ? Ei.dirieil by the Unittd States MtDllti IJepattnient. DARRAGH & RICH, iNEW YORK, K. Y. iJ f ! J Stlt Manufaclurtrt. fe pt jji K "! K-- effective Time and Labor Saving Device ..tor Premier Uer. Salttman Wttnlid. Cnclost stamp for particular I, 23 tbtrTVKI nraklllitiiilvicvl.l tobuo, with UAflDll Jrl rfmuTj ILtiavtir (or lt.M10 Wianti outHrfuuiiiitrM.f ititBieo-aVr- l .' I fl(B tint, puriilvit tli blood, n I K rWliilU, toroi lost intDtir(l.JfUT H 1 f-fi- ItrotU Ub 70a wbttber a had tint, Jtf a ears, headaches capricious appetite, and constant discharge ol muens. Fortunately its cure is not a question ot what you will take. II yon will take Hood's Sarsaparllla, the great constitutional remedy, which thoroughly purifies, enriches and vitalizes the blood, you may expect to be com. pletely and permanently cured. The good blood which Hood's Sarsapaiilla makes, reaching the delicate passages i f the mucous mtmbraue, soothes and rebuilds the tlsses and ultimately cures all symptoms ol catarrh. COUNTY COURT. Jas. P. Miller, Judge Ha'ftord. M. H. Kagland, Clerk Hartford. M. L. Heavrio, Attorney-Hartfo- rd Court convenes first Monday in each month. QUARTERLY COURT. here,, will misrepresent the town. By the help of the people I expect to sell goods as cheap as the cheapest. 1 ountry produce taken at the highest market price in exchange for goods. Begins on tho second each month. COURT OP Mondayjn It will onlv cost you 50 cents extra to ride all day In a Cotton Belt Parlor Caf6 Car (25 cents for a half day). Seated In a Urge revolving arm clialr with plenty of space around yo,u, you can enjoy as mucn ireeaom ana ease as you please, it you arc a smoker you win enjoy the laree smoking room wiin Its arm chairs and couch. The ladles will dcllpjit In the splendid ladles' lounging room, with Its lounge and Inviting arm chairs, and Its roomy dressing vo you want tliem; order most anything you want, from at porterhouse steak or a spring cnicken down to a sandwich, take asi long as you picasc to eat n, aim you win omy nave to pay torwiiat you oraer. TheOotton Ileitis ihsillrMtlUMtoTesaa Its trslna run tlirouchfrom Cairo IHrcet connections sra made st Its and Memphis toTsxaa without enartjni inetlons for all parts nf Tciat, Indian i erniorr. uaisuoma ami uie tar U'hl us where you aro going and when you will lenre. and we will Write and toll yon wLst your tkket will eost which train to lake to makA the time and eonnrellons, snd will send yon an Interesting llttl booklet. "1 Illf 10 ttlll" 1 CLAIM8. Convenes first Monday in January, and Tupnday after tlieeeeoud Monday in October. OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. -- fUP.Vl. New Slmplllle. Dill Making and writing figures ol different denomination la columns. It In no way Interferes with tho typewriter (or usual lines ol work. e rod aiaeaimvl TaavUToa earaioaus. The Smith Premier Typewriter Co. York's Coast Dofonsos. iAwX'B70u' dwu fVf?l grvT.?t,lvouct,0' drurffUt wbo Tt.IIWIIrt fill nilM Ml Balll,ptHnllrarUtri.tilr n uHyeurM. bo i EJSiMt jfcJ" b1 ,l rari.teatfiire orwrefus1innnfT Rir Wk 'liitt;U.,i.i.f,airtjt.H,.tMt. .:. i ' rapid progress. Some of the batteries are DtJ lite Knrta I'rrA. VUl'l ' 215 5th St. Loutsvillo, Ey to be lighted by electricity, and a plant for this purpose has been esJiS'ri 5 tablished. The mines planted during Tho Southern Railway. the war with Spain have been taken light fir it Sovthtrn i'luln up, cleaned and stored. Tbe report Urilliirk), lrr IiiIh.NihiiIi l him. Huh, AIhIihmih, Tt IIIH "l baro gono 14 dars at a tlmo without t states that the experience ot last year nrili Hriillnii, lietirKlH, auuventeut or lb bwwela, uol beiuil able to makes it essential that the engineer nml Jllkllijil. uioro ttijtn eiccpt br u.lnn hot water lojccilona, Lbroulotouitipaikin for sercn roarv pUcetlme lo ftrps should have authority to pre 6463 MilcH Thite Daily Trains tbls terrible cuudliioni duruictliat tliuo 1 did it errtblna! beard of butuuurfouudanr roller i aucb vent trespass on mine fields in New Daw.cn I.onlsvillean Lex wmufcaio umll ILcnan u.lug CAbCillUTa. I York Harbor, by abinplng. Inutoii Observation ''hair At the now b4rofrououolotbrcoiaiaagcsB.darf aodlf I wai rich I would give lluo (0 for earb morcnionli II southern entrance to New York Up m ' ar Trains l'ar Is such a rullef," Avium Ulluxr. l,oti I nitle from Se -- nth rive ICd3llukKllbl IMlrolt, Uloh. m bor emplacements are almost complet Street Union Deuot ed fur the accommodation of sixteen yk CANDY with ttatna i ' the r aB CATHARTIC g 13 Irch mortars, two i inch Katlnx nnd I. II fi St I, iifles on lilts, thirteen to Inch and five 8 inch guns on disappearing P r I fo'tiiHtitiii. A'lt 'fiBH canlages, betides minor artillery. A, HlW. tkadi tuH aioisriaio WhiMP.iU 216 f tli ate, t jittilli.Kj X, (5) The coast delense ot the f dlnwlng: WiH.H Iifloe, Assistant Q. P ,l iittillf, Ki (5) Ot guns mounted, there are twenty-seve- n 1. U.I I) I.I', W.A. It'll H, Plaaaant. Palatable, l'otant. Taata itxA. Inch, eighty-thre- e l?J real Jl'aV. lo Inch, IkI K Quod, juremlca.u, Weaken, or Utle. 10u,aua,B na li'n.l Mi x . ,tAsiu.xiri.v,i e 8 inch, fottyaix rapid fire i ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... -bp s's'crjeifpeow i StarttM S Urn taai mtasa, ealrt.l. Tara. tU guus and one hundred and seventy.. ! dPIlil s& aSja rfj indWalil.r I ablti cured at liomr vuh uut paia Uttott of par lleulara Mil f fl . t OR H.U WiJoUti LM. 104 The annual report of General Wil Springs. v. Uampbell, rnorhouee son, Lulel of ungineers, wulcu has Keeper,It.Hartford. just been Issued, deals exhaustively JU8TICE8' COURTS. with the plans for coast defense around T. A Evans Court will be held New York, The large appropriations at Fordsville on March let, June 1st, ol recent years have permitted N. Mnxley, 8nrveyor. G. D. R'tyal, Assessor, Fun Rneeri, School Supt, L. W. Hunt. Coroner Sulphur tll TRANSFER LINE Apm cole rnapitiETcao- 1. T. t..t UlUlit, Ctil Nu'r til HL Alt. BT. LOUIS, MO, W.A.MtClKHMnr.n.i'rllU til Mistii laiwtt ircuniif. IT. m CONSTIPATION hf, iu JT breech-loadin- U.v. u fifty-nin- cc? ci"'' September 1st and December 18th. A FAST AND RASY RIDR IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE B F. Uravks Court will bo held YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. VEHICLES at Butonl on March 30, June 29, Sep- tenner 7a and December zi 8. J. Weller Court will be hold At Sulphur Springs on March 28, June il, Hepiemuer zu ami uecemiier V1. H U. i'AYIR Court will bo held fi nbtolutelv necessary to the young- man nr young woman who would win at Crnmvrell on March 1, June 10, mictess in life This being conceded it is oi fir't irapoitance to get your 2 and December 0 September tnilnlnjr nt the school th t atAtuls in the vety Iront rank, v W. A Rine Court will be held at THE BRYANT &STRVTrON BUSINESS COLLEGE, Centertown on February 13, May 29, l.IUINIL.I.I!t IIK.VrUfHY. August 28 and November 1, DQOK KRBPING ) Seven experlencttt tencliers, each one a specialist in CITY DIRECTORY. his line OtadiHtenol thin collre pielcrnd hy busl. SIIOtTIUNn W. H. Barnes. Judge. J nes houses Write lor n beuutifnl boolf uivlng tes- TRI EGRAPHY J. S R. Wedding, Attorney, tirnnnlals from iradii.te. occupy in? prominent positions all over the TOWN TKUSTKBS. 38 United States it will be mailed to you FRRR S K Cox, Ch m'n. I A. Thomas, Treasurer. Jnn R Bean, Sec'y. A D White. Preston Moiton Post No 4 G, A. K hold their regular meeting Saturday before the fir't Sunday In each month In Conrt Hall at t o'clock p W A. Carson, Com. m. SAVE IV10NEY! You can save to to 15 per cent by buying your ma-torl- A Easiness GtcieaLiion Lumbor, sash, doors, abinglos and building at tho Cornor ot Inglo and 7th Bts. al Ihnveoncot the best assottments of Choice Lumber in the State, and can makelit an object to you to obtain price for your lumber, I sell strictly lor Cash, which means that ypu will not have to help pay any bad bills when yon buy here. L3 OOme xx.L Dealer in all kinds stVKXrH j -- flLtalx :E:r:l.oe. U I JOHN C ClIAUBttBLAIN, Adjt, want the best pa per, subscribe for The Re- publican. Only $1 a year. If you . THEO.aREOTllT, of Jluildlng Material, f ' - . I3ST3D- OOHNBR AND INGLki aVrKKtrrN. 1 aUk. jag X . j j,.r 4.A4S.-WJ.- . jrmittfcLa ..an.ll, . ajaaJtHrMTfsaS'sTwIllii t&UaHtjb&a Hartford Republican. Boils and Pimples Give Warning. When Naturo Is overtaxed, she has her own way of giving notice that nsit Mie does not usk for atico !. needed help until It U Impotuiblo to get nloug without NATURE IS APPEALING it. Boils and pimples are an Indirntlon tlmt the Bvitem is accuniulntlnc impurities which rnp IIPI Q must be gotten rid of ; they are an urgent opiieal for assistance rL'll nuLri a warning that can not enfely m ignored. To neglect to puruy me uiooa nt mis menns more than tho nnnoyanco of painful Imlls and time unlglitly pimples. If thed irnpuritieH aro allowed to remain, the gvstem succumbs to any ordinary illness, and is utviblo to withstand tlio miny ailments which are so pr alent durlnif ppriiiK an J immcr tra. L. Ooutlle, SOU I Si- - nd Avcnu?, Ssattle. Wash . mvni "I was utlllcted for a jng time wit'i plmplos, which w. e verv nnnoying as they disflirurod mr face foar'nlly. Arter mlng many other rm dies in vain 8 9 S. promptly nnd thoroughly cleansed m. b'ood, nnd now I rejoico In a Rood romolexion, which I nover had bo'oro " oapi. w 11 jltniaii. iu itiu t. vr t.: Tl. It . Chattanooira. Tenn . writes " Several boils and carbuncles broke out upon me, causing gr:at pain nnd annoyance. Sly blood seemed to lie la a riotous condition, nnd nothing I took seemid to do Six bottles of 8 S S. cured nio completely nny good and my blood has bten perfectly pure ever since." AN six iz Inch mortars. Ready tor armament, there ate thirty nine 12 inch, twenty-seve- n h, FRIDAY, NOVUM BUR. lo twenty-fiv- e Clara Barton on Woman Sufconstiuctionlheiearenlueltcn tl frage. guns, ten 8 gunB, eight lo-iu- 8 inch, one hundred and Glteen rapid fire and elxty U Inch 11101 tars. Uider Inch Inch UNFAILING SIGN THAT I I ; If I f : & ,.Vi, r t S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD is the best blood remedy, because It Is purely vegctabh and Is the only one that is olisolutely free from potafh and mercury. 'I promptly purines the blood and thoroughly cleanses tlio system, builds i. the general health and strength. It cures Scrofula. Ecrema. Canor Rl.eiunn tlsm. Tetter Dolls, fores, etc., by going direct to tlio cause of tha trouble an i forcing out all Impure blood. Books freo to any address by the Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. , V , I mm . LOUISVILLE, IIKNDEIISON Union Demit. Savsnlh & ST.IOLMS RAILWAY COMPANY Ticket Office, 222 inlBiitr, fourtn Avenm. r u I . ? St. Louis to Louisville & East Louisville to St. Louis & West. W No. 45 No 44 No. 4t. No: 46 Hysp m I,eave St Louis 8:40a m Leave Loulsvitle 7:37a ra 8:55P m " Owensboro 1:4 am 11 :53pm " Mt.Vernon 12:231m n:38p m ' Henderson n:45p m 12:55a m " Evansville 2:i3p m 2:35a m " Evansville 1:151 m 1:35a m " Henderson 2:46pm 3:10a m " Mt.Vernon, 1114:17pm 4:29a m " Owensboro 344pm 4:00a m Arrive St Louis 7:32? m 7.20a m Arrive Louisville 7:45(1 m 7:30a m . v aoTnargrLTii: 0:0 i No. 4: No 43 No 45 . 7 37a m Leave Louisville . 4!5op m 9:i8 m 8:o4p m ' n:o8p m Uawesville. 10:43a m xt:s8p m " Otveusboro. 9:o5p m 11:40a m " Hendtrson. I2:45p m lo:iop m 12:551 m Arrive Evansville 1:15pm lo:4ip ra 1:25am cvaito uzsz 4". . EVANSVILLE TO LOUISVILLE. No 46 No. 42 No. 44 Leave Evansville . 2:2np m 6:50a m 2:45a ni 2!46p m " Henderson . 7:151 m 3:10a ra 8:18a m " Oweusboro 3M4P ra 4:00a m m " Hawesvihe 4:4ip 4:50a m 9:17a m Arrive Louisville 7 45P " 1235pm 7:30a m Ali;trains jun tbr. ugh solid to Evansville Through Prlor Cars and Pull man Sleepers on all trains to Evansville nnd St Louis. Numbers 41 and 4? connect nt Irvinpton for Fordville & Hirdinsburtr dailv 36 guns, one hundred and twenty tw cently been civeri to the press, which rapid fire guns and one hundred and may be of interett to many, as aniline eight 12 Inch mortars, In addition rapid fire Ifom one who has devoted her fe to to this there sre twenty-livthe service ol her country, which, in guns which are n t yet begun Thin turn, refuses her any voice in ch'H'sinp will mike, when all are completed those who are to lule over H tlestl and mounted, eighty five la.lrch guns, one hundred aud eighteen lo nles. three hun "I believe I mnt have been bom inch, ninety-fool women dred and eight rapid fire guns, three believing in the full right 12 Inch" morto all the privilege, and tmsttlcinii hundred and fottj-fm- r which natute nnd jntice accord to he r tars It is assumed th.t $4,800,000 will be rtquired for the t'etense at In common with other humnn being" Perlectl equal rights buiuan rights foito Rico Scientific American. There was nevir any questif n in mt Working Nlghtand Day. mind in legard to this. I IM ix purchase my freedom with a pHc, I The busiest and mightiest little was born free; and when, ai a jnungei thing that ever was made is Dr. King's woman, I heard thefiiVjitt dt.cused New Llle Pills. Every pill is a sugsr It Feemed simply ilillculu Iht n coated globule of health, that changes sensible, sane person should q leatinri veikness into strength, tialleunesa o Into energy, brain lag into It, And when. Inter, the pha-mtnl.l woman's right to suffrngi- - came up i' power. They're wonderful in build was to me only a pait"fthe; h"i ing up the health. Only 25c per box right, nnH j i Sold by J. II. Williams. just as natural, jiift as cettain to take plrci Armor Plated Boys. "And whenever I have reen urged as a petitioner, to alc lor thin prtvi It Is Important these days that there lege for woman, a kind of dsz-d- , be ihould be armor plated boys. A boy wildered feeling his come over me "Of whom should task this privi needs to be ironclad on His lips against the firtt taste of lege? Who possessed thr right t conler it? Who had greiter rieb liquor. His ears against impure words. than woman herself? Was it mir His hands against wrongdoing. and if so, where did he get il? Win Hisheat- t- against dangerous books conferred It upon him? He depended upon woman lor his being, his vert md pictures. His pocket agalt'Stdishonestmon Mor existence, nature and rearing. fitting that she should have conferred y His tongue against evil speaking. it upon him. The Christian armor on her citizens "Was it government? What weie they but the voice ol the people? ives more security to the nation than What gave them their power? Wa '11 the armor plates that are on het it divinely conferred? Ah-- I no; or hips So says The Christian Guarthey would have been better, purer, dian. more just and stable. for Fifty Cents. Guaranteed tobacco habit care, makes Veal "Was it force ol arms war? Who men alrong. blood pure. a0o,l. AlldnirgUW lurnished the warriors? Who but tht mothers? Who reared their sons ann General Directory. taught them that liberty and theli STATE OFFICIALS. country were worth their blood? Who William 0. Bradley. Governor gave them up, wept their fall, nursed W. J. Wortb-ugtnLieut. Governor tbem in suffering and mourned them A letter from Clara Batton baa ie 1 e ur e u Silk Umbrella (either Lady's or dents). Snt by ctprtaa prr ( ffiBffis5BBffi?&Bffi8S Used in Millions of Homes I Accept no substitute t on LION COFFEE, in i lb. pkgs. Insist These articles mailed FREE ia exchange for lion heads cut from frout of x lb. HON COFPEEpkgs. bur r Try rlS tlaa brail aa4a atanp. Best Coffee for the Money! and you will never use any siticr. it Is absolutely purt Coffee and nothing but Code. LION COFFEE "1 ll Gala Ring. 4f Fancy QoldRlnj. eannln RnbySattlna f&m a KHTfr rsr2Slli It.aJt aad atamp. 3t ' (cuargta paid), tor 170 Don bada and atamp. a Tli en rlrift art (enuloe tollnl-eoplate, harlos tba atl anrjearatiea and nuaJttlta of anllil atM. and auarautaed br tlM maktra lo tail two Ttara nlUi ordinary uaaae. Naw ytrj roiHllar. fattcrnl c H&aaMa . M M M TO DETERMINKTnK 3 BIZ- E- AT(rjrfliNombrlU,Biada(anloaallk-UScrod and itlrtr f ramo with Mren rlU ; Como handle. WouU cost H00 at the iiora. itl fsTREHBTH, IHSR1TY AWD Pair of ln FLUVOr Cut a ttrlp ol thick paper to that tba enda wilt when drawn IvUlf around aecood Ol ina nnaer. Lay one enq on inia oiaarani at th 0. and order th numbrr tit other end IlMicatea. aiartlrmeet OIBl Dress-Pi- n Set. rtallad Irea fee IS llan neada and a 2 cant auaap. Tbrea ptni In th act (larter than ihown), ol fln rolkil-Kowith nandanraa Bultaula rubr-cotorewalat-t'niierk-rln- f Knickerbocker" Watch. Olrtn foe I7S tlaa k49 and a appear tamp. Neat Ini and an tinllent tlma.keeper Solid .Law, Handkerchiefs. lm Art Picture. " Easter 2at eambrl hand kerchlera, with rjortad Qreetlnr" Iten baada Ol.ao tee S Cat-f- brauuiul , Child'a Sash-Be- lt or at a aet. rufl plna, lor cat, wltb nrnamantal back. Nickel moTcmenta, etcapameut (ullr nlckel-aiUe- r Jeweled. Th famout nera. llalMnch hem, machln Innr. Uooa In the cne hemttltchtt ttrllth and dui able. A laeama-dalllo- tl nnd Buckle. A Ladles' Watch Chain. dontile ttrand of hnt ttlk cord.nnllad at lnterralt with colored bead, i neat and rir tha ttaaJaar. for chlelt ol Un Cstla rt-- ta wrapper IS lk-- a auad htada cat froaa wrapper and atamp. A hl.Mr arUitte ptetar. that nil nee thttlnntdraw iDfronm. Th baekgroond of IrMUM cat a a 2c. ataaap. MHijilllllffiiJillijWiJlW pMi,1 LjiLIJ ILiEWS I 'I ifiVw WD,tt acttdlag. "jjjji !j I, Meatloo yoar Jil'VMi utaUntlaL Por IS atamp. Uon Inada and Children's Picture Book. Wntch. Malted tree for IS Uon heada cut (real atanp. Uoa Carte wrapper! and a Latnt llrlo of Imported Mack 8wt m rraln rtblnn beltlnaE itTllih lmltaUon oxidized allrer buckla ; neat, Itronf and aont's 2nt Ml 1. Vvl Silver plated. Napkln-RIn- j. llaa btada and a Th watch, atom, wound and stem aet. durable ntektl plated cuii each watch accompan led by auarante of the maker. Are liable ruikdlraatefM filSlEJ llluttrateil and with nlclr Ilthrarraphed eoTer. Wi haT different txioka, to yoa can n an Ol van tor to llaa ataaap. Sliuea luge pur ol Mo thtr (kroe Meknti baada and a llxatluchr. rorlOHoa he4t a wa an rurnuiie appropriate eonuait tn th -Utile Irl and herwtiit Eaat r line, site, mraldark-bl- and reatt will trad it luwad nadr tot aaaitss- - mm In Flower Picture. I HHnwe : THIN feu LISTLESS SLEEPLESS SALLOW SKINNED frequently chew and smoke Iminensi quantities ol tobacco and wonder all the lime why they look so bad, feci so mean. Try under an absolute guar. anlce ol benefit and final cure, or money rtlunded, the taking ol a sirgle box ol AC r TASTELESS IbsS JWO-TO-B- regulates tobacco using, builds up nervous system. makes puro rich blood. Many report a gain ol ten pounds In ten days. Go buy a box. Try it under your own TDNIC WARRANTED. rarlt Medicine tleotlemeni IS JUST AS COOD FOR ADULTS. OlLATli, 11 u teBra IH1 PRICE EOct3. lb., Not. 18, ISO. ; ' GUARANTEE. 5SZ un-tiUauthorlroillo sell absolute Rusranteo to cure erer form of tobaciu using Our written guarantee, freo fuimnlo of and Ixuklet called "Iton't Tobacco bplt and rJmoko Your Llfo Away" mailed for ilia iMklnr Aililmu THE HTEItl.IKfJ IIFll. EUV CO , riilcago, Montreal, Can., N.l'.M j rVCPARCTR csnJr eatlianle, cure DRUGGIST'S Blst Co., 81 IouU,Un. We void but year, COO kotllei 01 OIIOVKS TASTKLhXl CI I II J, TONIC .rU ban, bouKbtthrfa Krt ftlraadr this yfr. Inalluurpj. penenre of 14 years, la Uie drug bu.tneM. hare never sold an article tbat cive aura universal sail. ours trulr. llcUga as 7bux lalo. drilrtnKstrtptothe l'nris Kxpoaltlon, wUbsood ala'T sod Hwniti paid, should write The rAtliNTltLCOHU, llulUmore. SW. IUra oar) thunland cimm callKlhoni?U4 Intra of all BTrnptomt remor daji k le&t t mI TMtttnonUls nnd TEH PATS treatment f r DB. H. B. CKXEfl'l SOUS. Vox K. Atlanta. Oa Uellablo periooa of a rarcbsnlcil or luTenllTe mlud Charles Finley "Was It labor? Women have alW. S. Taylor. Attorney General ways, as a rule, woiked harder than Auditor Samuel fl. Stone. men. . Geo. W. Long. Commissioner of Agriculture, Flor "Was It capital? Woman has fur Statistics Lucas and nlshed her share up to the precnl iculture honr. Who then, can give the right, Moore. Superintendent Public Iustruction-W- . and on what bisis? Who can with' Davison. hold it? Register Land Office Chss. O. "In regard to my nationality, I wa Reynold. born In the old Huguenot town of Ox Insurance Bureau Commissione- rlord, Mass., U. S. A. My father ant l W. Comingore. mother were born there My grandAilji.tant General U. R Collier, fathers and grandmothers, with ln Slate Librarian Miss Paul Deane exceptions, were bom, lived, died ant Hardin. were buried there ItAILltllAI) covMisaioNtns. Jnn C. Wood, chairmuu; J. F "There ii, once in a while a mon Dempjey, H. 8. Irwin. Secretary arch who denies the tight ol mint place a crown upon his hem). Onh tamuel F. Brown. CONOKESflO.S'AL. the great ehovah can crown anil an", Him. illiam C. Liml- Senators nolnt him for his work and he reache y, Hon. W. J. Deboe. out, takes the cnwn, and p'acci It Representative Fourth District upon his head with his ovn hand Hon. D. II. Smith. suspect this U in iflrct what wit STATE LEaiSLATUHE. man is doing today. Vlitutlly theri Senutor Hon. T. G. Turner. Is no one to give ber the right to xiw Representative Ohio County Hon. em heiself, as men govern theinselve It. C. Jarnagm. by law and OHIO COUNTY. of the land. Hut in one way or an CIRCUIT counT. other, sooner or l.ittr, she is coming Hon. W. T. Owen, Judgo Owens-liorto it. And the number of thoughtful and right minded men who will np. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney pise, will be much smaller than we Dwensboro. T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. think; and when it is really an c 8 A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford. complished fact, all will wonder, as I Rowan Hnlbrook, Master Comtnis-aionhave done, what the objection ever Hartford. was." Clara Carton. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund r dead? por IS lion beada and Neat and 2eat atamp.Made ol duruUtantlal. able metal, nearllr illrr patteroa. Two lilfTertnt Coin-Purs- Century SM pacta ol T!o-abla nnklne re. celpu. alto trvatlae ier'??1Cieii Cook-Boo- k. Ladies' Pocket-Boo- k. Secretaryof State lAnre tlie and latettthape. Illack H n tcal'tralii leuUier, with flra aeratrate e. dlliona,lncludlnr cardaieeure. a flap to hold Tltlllng onthelthnrof tht kitchen, 1 ifwrR-) Foe IS llan lieadaand l alamo. Color. dark brown Made of fine kkl leather rlum. nit unine. niokeled irame, wiiti atrooa tnap laitenlci;. ronm.laiindrr.iick rooni. am rrnmitra tnr lh tnAra mm. i dlnlha. Fae S tlaa heada and a 2c ataaap. American Bcauti llnaci LIM UIIMOf- the Valler Site. ItiSt Incliet. Ilrtht and artuue cntorlnf. M The Dancing Lcwort.". U laf ('lw&p atrn(ae2Sllon heada Iran Uon Colla wrappers and a 2c atamp. ? Don dlieaara. UIVYII Nf . B ..V.. dtn am tamp. Dorabla, a J. Ladles' Table Cover. dark. colored matertat that will ttand waahlnc S3 lnchea anuar. tncludlna fancr fringed border Malted Irea tor U Uon Mada and a 2c atamp. 4 Boys' Pocket-Knif- e. Pcn-Knlf- o. cut tnwa and a 2c irood hand lea nlceljr decorated and aaaorted colora. Uon Cotiea wrapper tamp. Larga alzu For IS Hon heada ivH?PVVrMSB Tbe"Ea-blade t d y Opener"i handle. ttrnnctharp 2c ataasn. ES2ftii:a3 nmmmmmmmmmma M Foe 12 Uao bead and a Tba irreen crw ami trrea. the llttla brown fclUen and tha Rlrl'a inow-whl- t dreat form a pleatlrur oomtanallon ol colon, site 11x21 lnchea. nailed Irea fee S Uaa bcada and a at atamp. Ttra ABOVE AEn ONXV A IT3W OP THTJ UON COFFEE P9GMIUMS. Another lUt wtn bortly appear la thU paper I Doo'tmlitltl The traodett Hit el premluma eae afterad I You alway know UON COtTEO by th wrapper. It It a aealed pack-ar- t, with tb Uon' head la frost. It la ahtolutelj par II th pacta I unbroken. UON COFFCB It roaetad tba day It karet tba factory . IMPORTANT NOTICE. Wba arrltlai fae pramlamt tend your letter In tba aama enrtl.pt e patxas witn ina now naaoa. iiaaoraiaan laiwanaaaa araaaat. you can aara poaur by Irtmmlnf down UMtaariln. Atk yoar (near for tart lluatti-ate- d praaaliun lltt. Aodreat all kture t tbo j i WOOLSON SPfGE QO Tab, OMe. lht self-mad- Hartford- - Ky., Has opened up a General Store the only one in town. Call and eximino my goods and get price s before buying elsewhere. It will be to your interest to do so. This town goes without saying, with the country people, to be the highest town in the county, - o. For sale by J. II. Au.ir,Cln Williams DROPSY: fCKrtabl What Would You Clvo i1 H. T. 4C pmMmra ia n Anti-Mi- nk Will straighten Curly and Kinky hf ir without iriuiy to K; the fcalp or hnir, Ur. Z- -. JSmith and Premier Tabulating Billing Machine. Price. 50c Per Box. Er.dor&ed by the Unittd States gi F m - Health Uepattment, DARRAGH K. An Ever Ready,... Effective Time and Labor Saving Device ...for Premier Usera. & RICH, NEW YORK, N. Y. g? Soft Manufacturtrs. Satttman Wanttd. Enctot$itamp for particular!, W rt-- ft rfa'lF a4j i., I II retta lta voq whetbar jsa voatlau tas B( .r.llll. WUWXUNW l,. nwM U.l r.uiuvv. ti.u..ir or hidscvo, w, OUIB.rTBU.ai.irs. aiMia tins, purld tit bluud, r Mir,, lu.. lauBgwi. rw as ' . D I luv woo lNii;a M a m i mj" fold . 400 iVD mne roaaaa veu nMaAi.n n.rva h r rm m un , rurJ aT....7. a jr- mt bbi Ban ind Mtiib II til luiijiiiiiuw drartful wbo (our own llaL TalLa) It Wllra far . will, palatini;, irtU(rntlr "" tl. uuallvcuraii Sbona.asU. mnne rortvBitltartir or To be cured ol catarrh? If you or your friends have this disease, you known how disagreeable it Is. Its symptoms are inflamed eyes, throbbing temples, ringing noises in the ears, headaches capricious appetite, and constant discharge ol mncus, Fortunately its cure is not a question ot what you will take. II you will take Hood's Sarsaparllla, the great constitutional remedy, which thoroughly purifies, enriches and vitalizes the blood, yo'i may expect to be completely and permanently cured. The good blood which Hood's Sarsapatilla makes, reaching the delicate passages i f the mucous mtmbrane, soothes and rebuilds the tisses and ultimately cures all symptoms ol catarrh. HI Deputies D. HI. Hocker, T. H. Ben-toR. B. Martin and W. H. Tintley. Court convenes tint Monday in March and August and continues three weeks, aud third Monday in May and November two weeks. COUNTY COURT. Hartford. 8tevem Sheriff Hartford. n, But he that Says so, As long as I am in business M. 8. Ragland.Clerk Hartford. M, L, Heavrin, Attorney-Hartfor- d, Court convenes first Monday in each month. QUARTERLY COURT. Jai, P. Miller, Judge Hartiord. here,-wil- l misrepresent the town. Il will only cost you 50 cents extra to ride all day In a Cotton Belt Parlor Cafe Car (25 cents for a half day). Seated in a large revolving arm chair villi plenty of apace around yo,u, you can enjoy at much freedom and ease as you please. If you are a smoker you will enjoy the large smoking room with Its arm chair and couch. The ladles will delight In the splendid ladles' lounging room, with Its lounge and Inviting arm chairs, and Its roomy dressing room adjoining. You can have your meals in thlscar at any hour you want them; order most anything you want, from a porterhouse please to eat It, and you will only have to pay for what you order. Tlia flotton rt.lt la tha direct Una to Texaa Ita train, run throuah from Palm and klemphla to taxat without .hane lllrcvt rnnneetlona ara mada at Ha Junction, tor all part, nt Tciat. Is llau Territory. OklaLoroa ami tlit 1'ar Weat. Writ, and tall ut whareyou aro rolnc and when yon will lea re. and wa will tall you wt.at your ticket will coat, which train to tab. to mako the tlma and connection., and will tend you an Intcreitlna llttla booklet, til? 19 ItllS." Begins on the second each month. COURT OP Mondayjn CLAIMS. Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after the second Monday in October. OTHER COUNTY OFFICKU8. By the help of the people I expect to sell goods as cheap as the cheapest. (. ountry produce taken at the highest market price in exchange for goods. Naw Dill Making and writing figure cl dllfercnt denomlnatlous In 5lmpllflea i York's Coast Dofonsos. fr prfuil luuit, Mtrlt rra. 0 PM mnrrTrTf Hint 646J Miles (ft 9, (5) and Walilej OtHi currtl at liumt with J(K)K of out pain " liicuiMra tqi u.u nuuiLti n-- e tr columns. It In no way Interferes with the typewriter lor usual lines ol work, sea roa BteaairrivB TASUkATON ., eATSLoauC. The Smith Premier Typewriter Co. s &&$SSe!$jM The Southern Railway. Thteu)h lljkt But Southirn Haiti ft Kenliieky. iiiIiiIh,HhiiiIi hum Huh, a Ihuhiiih, Teuiit t.er, (I iriti 1 nrollnii, lietiritlH, 215 5th St. Louisvillo, Ey CONSTIPATION "I bart gotioJa days at a tlma without a uofctucut r lit buwelit ool belug able to Kioto tlijiniccpt lr unliitf hoi water Injccilont. Lbrouio touuipatiOQ for keren yuan placed m la tbli terilblo condition, Autu that tloio did at rylbluktl Lear J of buiuurer fouml tnr relief i uch CAbCAUUTa, 1 I M (J) d) fl) (J) Time Daily Trains liitw.eu l.outsvillean Lex ingtoit Ohiervntton ''Imlr Car., Trains let ve hi ' ar rlvel.oiiiviilefrnm Sr nth Street Union Depot itj )lll"Ull. I Ml I waiiur raw until 1 lcan uilug now b4Tfroiouu totlircoiafcugciailar, aud If I wairlch! would gtTtlUUUOfur earh tnoTCtuontt II UtueUft lolltj.' AVLUEULsllUXT. lOdSUumltbt ilroll,Mloli. with Si Illl'O'sCenlial Ie ttatnac' Hnilrii ill.) .mil II .St I, UHLvi n m CANDY CATHARTIC i T (J) I' ir I fo'iiiftticj.i. A'l 'rftH A.WM11.P.&U 216 4tb in,L j4iiilt(Ky Wn. H. UM. Auistiit Q. P A , L mtilli. K JM.I HHtm rrl M'a'r. MAlllluro.,l I. fSBtw toi auaa aiaitnato ... leH. Ml (j jj riaiual, I'alatatila. 1'oiaat, Taala (lond, pa OuuJ, Mtewmckao, Waan,vrUil4, Xa, JUfttio. J ttfieeSSsSt'gBJsJ&fcgc'3at ... CURE CONSTIPATION. SlarMaj mti$ Cafaa, fllaaaa, MaaUaal, The annual report of General Wit son, Chief of linglneers, which has jutt been issued, deals ezbaust,ively with the plans for coast defense around New York, The large appropriations ot recent years have permitted rapid progress. Some of the batteries are to be lighted by electricity, and a plant lor this purpose has been established. The mines planted during the war with Spain hive been taken up, cleaned and stottd. The report states that the experience ol last year makes it essential tbat the engineer Wrps should have authority to prevent trespass on mine Gelds In New York Harbor, by ahiuping, At the southern entrance to New York liar bor emplacements are almost complet ed fur the accommodation of sixteen g la Irch mortars, two ia inch tides on lilts, thirteen in Inch and Ave 8 tnch guns on disappearing eu i luges, betides minor artillery. The coast defense ot the I dlnwingi Ol guns mounted, there are twenty- seven ia inch, eighty-thre- e 10 Inch, fifty.nlne 8 luch, fotty-sl- x rapid fire guns aud one hundred and seventy. breech-loadin- N. Muxley, Surveyor. G. D. Ryal, Assessor. Fon Rogers, School Bupt, L. W. Hunt. Coroner Sulnbur Springs. Keeper, Hartford. JUSTICES -- OOX.33 ritspniETono- - l.t v. K. Jampbell, fnorbouse TRANSFEltLINE OETWEEIT aJLXT.3 D.eVl-1, t, I, UlUllt, tril hut ill ILL Alt- -, BT. LOUIS, VIO. ...cJCCTK,Tlv.flil,rlL. Ill Cclictlt lalKUt IKUYlUf, IT. m COURTS. T. A Evan Court wilt be held at Fordsville on March 1st, June 1st. September 1st and December 18th, A FAST AND RASY RIDR IN THU MOST COMFORTABLE B F. Giiavks Court will he held VBIIICLn.S YOUR PATRONAGU SOUC1TF.D. at Btitnrd on March 30, June 29,Sep-te'iib28 aud December 21. 8. J. Wki.ler Court nill be held at Sulphur Spring on March i!8,June 27, September 20 and December 23. II It. Taylor Court will lie held to the ynuntr man or young woman who would win nl)olulelv pecea-aarnt Cromwell on March 4, June 10, fi auctesa In llle This being concedexl it la of Gm irapoitance to get your 2 and December 9 September tminlng t the ncnool th 't atanils in the very front rank. v W. A RiNE Court will be held at THE BRYANT feSTRVrrON BUSINESS COLLEGE, Centertnwn on February 13, May 20, I.OUlNll,t,E, KISWriJt'KY. August 28 and November 1. BOOK KRBI'ING ) Seven ex per lenctd teachers, each one a upeclalWt in CITY DIRECTORY. hit line Grailmteaql thin college pteletrid by busi. SIlO'tTIIAND W. H. Barnes. Judge. J ne houses Write lor a beautiful boolf uiving tea- rill HGRAFIIY R. Wedding, Attorney, J, S itmnnlala Irom trrarluatri orruptlnsr prominent positions all over the TOWN TKUSTKBS. It will he mallei! to ynu FRItlJ. United Stale 28 S K Cox, Ch m'n. I A. Thomas, Trcaiurer, Jno R Bean, Sec'y. A D White. Preston Motion Piist No 4 O, A. K hold their regular meeting Saturday before the Grst Sunday In each monin in court nan at I o'clock p W A. Caison, Com. nt. John c Ciiauubblain, Adjt. H.rtTJT'OaFl.IJ, JESSY. SAVE MONEY! if" You can save lo to 15 per cent by buying your A Business gdue&tion V Lumbor, sash, doors, shingles and building material at tbo Cornor ot Inglo and 7th Bts. I have one ol the best assortments of Choice Lumber in the Stiil c, nnd can makelit au object to you to obtain price for your lumber. I sell strictly lor Cash, which means that you will not have to help pay any bad bills when yoa buy here. ! j OOme a,ixL jA.mls Price. ' you want the best pa per, subscribe for The Re publican. Only $1 a year. If to6mirM THEO. EL RECTI!!, Dealer In all kinds of Building Material, j COHMKH AEVBitf H A 1KB INQLK arHattrrH. ikiwri&Mi mm J. rikttm fittKkiMMM4muW &&&.