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'ww,'"!- - imw J it The Tbe The The The Republlcau Republican Rrpubllcan Republican Republican mid Louisville Commercial, t ycat,ftr and the Courier Journal, 1 jear, ft and the Toledo (0 ) Blade, 1 jcar. $1 anil Louisville Dispatch, I enr, $1 and the Globe Democrat, 1 year $1 35. s j jo. 1 25. Fine Job Work a Specialty. &- 3- VOL. XII. ( IIAItalOlUt, KY. Special attention Riven to all business entrusted to his cure. Office in Court House. - JOHN P. MORTON ATIORNEY AT LAW, HEAVRIN, the spot from whence the smoke came they spied Allen Aldtidge, the man who obstructed the I. C Railroad sometime ago by piling cross ties on the road near Horse Branch, and Perry Wilhouby, who who cut J. hn H. Wilson Saturday night last at Horse Branch. These two t (Tenders ol the law were found on Wild Cat Knob in the vicinity of Horse Branch They were brought to Hartfbfd and placed In the care of Mr. T H Black to await the action of the courts. appeared before a jury yesterday and confessed his guilt and was given one year In the penitentiary. ge KING'S TRIAL 44 For the Killing of Samuel There is nothing more L. Casebier, Marshal pleasing to look upon than a of The Town of hearty, ruddy face, gained by Honest Labor Bears a Lovely Face," A REGULAR DEWEY WICTORY! The Career and Triumphs of Admiral Dewey Absolutely Free in combination with the Home Companion and the Hartford Republican. Wo-man- Hartford, Ky. Aftor Eight and a Half Days of tollers of both sexes, strugIntonso Intoroat tho Casa gling for dally bread. Is Glvon to tho Jury. Tiirt tlood mtkts Ifitm Me io keep up honest toll. They are the saving of the nation, these 's ri I- f ' - m - it- "V 'A w ) "N U&G&iflly. and her case was not understood by the physicians at first.. It was Grst f&ieir scloc- - thonght that she had a caseol typhoid HARTFORD, KY. fever, but later developments proved Will practice bis prolestlon in all the I , courts of Ohio and adjoining counties ' that she was attacked Tfith a case of and Court ol Appeals. Special atten. . meningitis, which proved fatal In a tlon given to collections, very short time. For a number of days during her sickness, she was un8HELBY TAYLOH, able to speak, her tongue seemed par ATTOItJVEY AT LA IV alyzed, but she was conscious until HARTFORD. KY she neared the close of life's mission, Will practice his profession lnaUthe, U when alt was as death to her. She uiiiohdu aajoinmg counties and Court of Appeals. Special atten. was a member of the Hartford Baptist tlon given to all assignments in bankchurch, and was a consecrated chrislour inch turkey red Table ruptcy. tian and a strict follower of the cruciA en, last color, only 15c fied Savior. Her remains were intfrr 1 hesvy ribbed, well fleeced ed In the Carson hurrying ground where the lifeless body waits the final HARTFORD, KY. resurrection. She leaves a devoted riispk ,oc iaa",y 'ioDd vest, Will practice his profession in all the ILjj-- j fleeced, Rood sizes 15c. husband and two little children to courts of Ohio and adjoining counties good grain, lace or sutler her absence, besides these a Careful attention will be given to a large circle ol friends deeply feel the tlveted status, only business entrusted to his care. Col. loss they have sustained. Tun Rr. lections a specialty. white Stilts. fancy bosom runucAN extends condolence to the bereaved family and friends. JNO. B. WILSON, jye .e pair of ctitTi,our price 50c. "J thousand yards good heavy Dr. II, B. Innes, a most promising pmestlc, worth now at fac- young physician and genial young UARTFORD, KY. s)ic. onr price 5c. man, who came to Ohio county a few attention given to col thousand yards fsncy'Frints lections, making abstracts, Ac, ' years ago from Frankfort and lo also Notary Public for Ohio County. Jtfcludlng all rtiple brands cated at Render to pursue his profesOffice North side of public square. .lint are worth to day at mills sion, left the county of his adoption -- Vc, our price 5c. for that of his nativity, Franklin, last R. R. WEDDING Monday and claimed Miss Lulle fied eat big Ded Comforts, well ford his own. We have never aren padded, covered with good the bride, but knowing the Doctor as IIautford, Ky. a calico, $1 00 quality, our price Will practice bis profession in the we do, we sre safe in saying that she for this lot 75c. the courts ol Ohio and adjoininr Is one of those gems for which Kencounties. Also Notary Public. tucky Is fAmed throughout the land. Dr. Innes holds the supreme confi DE. dence of his friends everywhere, and is entering ISot-- v with brilliant upon the duties of life prospects for success in HARTFORD, KY. con-vit- h the practice of medicine and great use Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Kentucky. Special atfulness to his county. The young tention given to collections, settle lady, who has won the heart and meat or decedent's estates, road cases hand of such a man, deserves to be Office up and criminal practice. congratulated. The good people ol siatr next door to uriinn stirug store, Render gave the brical patty a very a happy and agreeable reception upon tbelr arrival, in token of welcome to ATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR at U',V, the young bride and through love (NOTARY PUBLIC) and respect for the Doctor. Tiir Rr. K HARTFORD,. - KENTUCKY. rUBLlCAN kindly asks that among the Will practice his profession in all ol admiring friends of this promising the courts ol Ohio and adjoining coun-d- rs bli young coupte.a niche In their memory and the Court of Appeals. Prompt Yet attention given to nil business entrust-t- him be reserved for Its editors. his care. tuopross Williams will sell yon a good The death of Mr. Charles H. Stev Office in Republican building. vlSltnd hand sewing machine for $io. ens, Beaver Dam, has momently been sister lm at once. expected lor about ten days When the JOHN T RONE, eternal LAW leaves .tet.B Foat,Ug Studio is now angel ofMonday peace called at his morning to bear his !.. m nore,and will return to Hart bed on M'..TMtTOHNt KY. Will pmrilrrlim irilnnloi in nil lh like uraci tetnber the 1st. If soul to the land of the blessed, he courts or Otiln imm! nifjiriiiliifjt rnonl-- f and flowi never found a more willing and obediNprclal nitru-lla- n nd i'onrl l u xogers, ent servant to answer his call than UnUfn lo collection. OA1rln . only little I Attorney J A. Rune llulhtlvff. dead, but v I attending court and vis cle Charlie. For some time past Mr. home vherPotuer anJ Drolher. Stevens had been a filleted with heart A. tine must nl.Wade, McIIenry, greeted trouble, and his extreme age rendered with him loreiCAM with his presence his case hopeless from his first attack In the death of Mr. Stevens, the I Listed the cold thile in town Monday. church of which he was a member, IlAirrroRD, Ky. 1 Special attention given to all business ling, none butVat Boyd's photograph lost one of its most faithful and conentrusted to his care. Office in Court know. ButG '"'Jy be here to morrow. sistent hemembers, the community In was a factor sustains an House. broken hearts aje them, a call ere they which loss. For a long while Mr look beyond thf Stevens was a leading farmer of his R. E. LEESIMMERMAN, "Thy will be community. His home was characFarewell rrW. A. Carson and Tom terized by the kind words which were Let not " Bd J. W. Dnvall, Select, spoken by him. His neighbors bad Implicit confidence in his word and Hautfokd, Ky. Cod gavb RsrunucAK a very picas works. This is Indeed an Ideal way Will practice his profession in all the He d, Tuesday. of conducting one's sell, that when Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties C, I. Mazey, Rochester, visited his friends have laid his lifeless belne Collections carefully and promptly atto rest, they with one accord, can say tended to. Office with T.J.Smith jBce yesterday and left a aub- - 01 mm, that his word was his bond. &CeM Market Street. yir toTiiu RsruRUCAN. Mr. This Is the true life oi the man whose izey's example is a good one. Let departure from the walks of life we J7E. DAVIDSON, mourn. Mr. Stevens leaves an aged .hers do likewise, companion, fororty years his devoted a s Ladies For relief of women, Ches wife, and six children to mourn his Hartford, Ky., ter's Tansy Tablets, worth their weight death, besides a host of friends, lor his profession in Ohio Will practice to meet iu gold. A safe and certain monthly every man whom he chancedadmiring atwas ever afterwards his and adjoining couuties. Special Mailed on receipt of price, friend. Tub Rrfubucan extends regulator. tention given to all business entrusted ' fi. MurdockCurr Co, Atlanta, Ga. sympathy to the members of the brokto his care. en household. jwn Mr. George Maples met with a very unfortunate accident on his way to ATTOTWEY-AT-L- A Rnu town Monday, His horse slipped and roUlltVII.1.1:, UKNTUUUY fell on a culvert north of town and Will praotice his profession caughj: his left leg, spraining his courts of Ohio and adjoining aud Court of Appeals. BrflfronS ankle and bruising up his leg other, wise. tentiou given to collectior, . outdoor to PostOflice. a tiniGS. While in a Ct of drunken madness last Saturday night, Perry Wilhouby "8 In season. J Edwin iiowR. cut John H. Wilson at Horse Branch The reporter informes us that there was no provocation lor the cutting -j" -Lwhatever, save that the two concern, .I.IAR1TPf and your stock will ed, had looked upon the wine when it Will practice in was red, and by the looking, their county ami Coiuttention. mental senses had become so deranged attention given that they became involved in a civil trusted to our t QUI Call. ' building conflict and and as a result, Mr. WIN son bad to be carried from the place ,. -- 11 rni . of battle on a bed blanket. It Is in $$$$ff. deed a sad state of affairs, but it is TIlO Siui times, yet am spired """forget to save your Laundry true, there are very few towns in this to die several was saved," Iwrites Mrs. county that are clear irom that dread, to tell how I I u'lLau Williams. ed monster, the blind tiger. It ap- A. A. Stowe, 237 N. 4th St, San Nil "I had valvular ,aleor rent A farm. Apply pears that these aclmals have a pe- Jose. Cal. severe that I was heart trouble so $ Wedding, Hartford, Ky. culiar way of evading the law and sel646J 'gone' two different times. .,leyc. J, Rogers, Cromwell, called dom have to appear before a jury of The valves of my heart failed to J?nit R8POHUCAN office Wednesday. twelve honest men, work properly, and circulation wis so sluggish that the slightest exertion 'Ive Bessie Nave, Owensboro, Is Deputy Sberifl R. B, Martlu In comfainting. 'There is no st,eftbe Misses Smith this week. pany with bis co partner, Mr. T. II. produced my physician, so I decided nope' said Illlnor.. IK .foreman-- , Barretts Ferry, Benton, went out la the hills near to try Dr. Miles' Heart Cure and the I am l II many callers Tuesday Horse Branch last Monday evening In result I consider miraculous. of the law. satisfied it saved my life," search for I'or JJeuidtJ 'Coots, Beaver Dam, la Alter those two worth young officials A. Whiaoa. P40f Misses Mary and Jessie had worried themselves tired climbing wm.n, ii)n the btllSi which surrounded the quiet J. M.VUI.I U sold by all drunrUU) on curwtea Bennett and daughter, little town ol Horse Branch, their H'K'rfl f.rt botila benefit or money back. ""(je, are visiting irienns in eyes beheld at a distance the smoke Book on heart and nerves sent free fire and upon netting Or. MUm ktodkal CoasfMfty, CHJuvt M, ol a forest bon Attorney at Law M. L. k5sm2(5 Last Christmas ovo day tho citizens ol Hartford were shocked by llio murMrs. C. K Catson, ol the Bells der of Samuel L. Casebier, tho marRun community, died the 7th ol shal and peace officer of their quiet ol spinal n,&nlugtils Mrs. Carson was sick only a short time little town, by Uicero King, a joung man from (he country, who had come to town to take Christmas and got too much ol that damnable stuff that causes tho brightest of men to become insino when It is used excessively. Judgo Owen called this caso for trial on tho second day of court, and alter tho sheriff and his deputies had traversed the county from one end to the other in search for jurors, they succeeded Friday evening of last week in obtaining a qualified jury, and Sat urday morning the first witness lor the Commonwealth gave his testimony Aftor the Commonwealth had intro duced thirty-o- ne wilnwscs.wlncb con sumed two days and nights, tho de fendant's witnesses wero brought be fore tho jury, twenty-thre- e in number. The Commonwealth was ably represented by Messrs. J. E. Rowo and M. L. Ilcavrin, while tho defendant had two of Owentboro's best attorneys, Messrs. R. A. Miller and W. T. Kills, and three of Hartford's able lawyers, Mresra. JJ D. Itiogo, J. 8. Glcun and E. T. Miller. Every point on both sides of the case that could possibly be brought to bear, was zeal ously guarded by the councils for the Commonwealth as well as for the defendant. Alter the evidence had been concluded, the cafe was ably argued, first for the defendant, by Mr. It-- A. Miller and Mr. B. D. Ilingo,who ably set forth the points in favor of their client- - Mr. M. L. Heavrin tben ar gued In a two hours' speech the ov- idence for the Comniopniruth. Capt. Ellis then made tbo final plea for the liberty of the defendant. In a spirit-e- d and earnest plea of about live hours. Capt. Ellis presented every phase of the evidence in favor of bis client. Theconcludingrpcechon this most interesting case was made by Commonwealths Attorney J. E Howe. Mr. Ilowe bad thoroughly studied the caso and made ouo oi tho most inter esting and able pleas ol bis lite for lustice and the protection ol life, and tho maintenance ol the dignity of the law. Tho case was given lo tbejury yesterday morning about 1 1 o'clock. Alter all that has been said in the past aud may bo said in the future about this cose, it can not bo denied but that the entire trouble was brought about by the sale of whisky in the town of Hartford. Who ate to blame for 11? The answer is too obvious. Every child in the county knows tho adswer to this question. It is indeed sad to stand by the grave of a murdered man, while the tears of bis friends bathe the sod at their feet, but there is a cnute behind it all. If the peoplo of Hartford desire the liko ol the 24th of December, 1808, repeated, let'them open the doors of the saloons here and it will soon come. ihc duly round of duly At home, t'vp or stort. If he blood hot A Utnt Jm-purilor a run down fttling ooiifron, y, the one remedy Is Hood's SirsAparXU, AmtriCA's Grettest Medicine for the blood. Poor Blood "My blood oa so poor Ihit in holiest weither J felt cold. Hood's SArstpAriuA nude me WArm. It Is the right thing In the right pltce." Htttie J. fxylor, Wcodslorom, N. J. MOodS SaMahwiitl onlj mli.rUe to the best. lloMlTlIU mr.Tltfrlfli uS , wiiK It, nnnjrrlutlnn in) ifooj 1 (Urnpril1l WISRLiY SMALLHOUSE, KY. When we succeeded in making arrangements with the, publishers of the book and paper described below so we are enabled to offer them in connection with The Hartford Republican at the very low clubbing price named, wo achieved a regular Dewey victory. i AUIRS. US FOR Attorney at Law, &ry N? Attorney at Law J OP-KCIA- (i ?ry, Attorney at Law, Attorney at Law, ES. ISI"F. AT., QUALITIES ilLIGHTTOU. ?X our us at once. OUK prices, we are every ten dollars ur handsome 16x20 rramcd. Born, to the wife of H R. Balls, November 17th, a boy. Mr, James Curtis has sold his farm near Smallhouse to Mr, C. E. Bullock and bought a house and lot of Mr Sam Sbull, Centertown, and has moved In same Mr. C E. Bullock has moved In the house bought of Mr Curtis. Rev. Ed Maddox preached a good sermon loan attentive audience Sunday at the Smallhouse Baptist church Mr. Sjui Morton has been siek the week past, but not seriously so Mr. R. E Enjally who has been quite ill for sometime is better. Mrs. S. J: Hawkins, Hartford, visited relatives here Saturday and Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. David Luck, Aslibjn burg, visited her sister, Mrs. Joe Bull, ock, Thursday and Friday last. Master L. B. Overhula and Miss Lela M. Hunter visited their aunt, Mrs. P. L. Wood, Ceralvo, Sunday. Mrs. J R Hunter and Master Eddie were In Rock port Friday. Miss Grade Reid is the guest of Mra. JelTNeal, South Carrollton. Miss Sallle Bullock and Miss Sallie Allen have teturned home from a visit to their uncle, Mr. Hopkins, McLean county. Mr. C Overton and wife have lately ly moved in our midst having bought land of Mr. Alva Calloway and a bouse and lot of Mr. Mel Landrum. Mr. W. T. Howell and Mr. J. R Hunter were at home Sunday, having attanded court the past week. (JPie (Jareer and -- Sricimphs OIF"- Admiral Dewey THIS IS THE GREATEST Ji 1 . E OFFERED The Hartford Republican, regular price . . $1.00 The Woman's Home Companion, regular price . 1.00 The Career and Triumphs of Admiral Dewey . . 1.50 Total Value of All Three . . $3.50 WE GIVE $3.50 WORTH FOR ONLY : $1.50. J. S. R. Wedding, CAGE IS: "Self ProBorvatlon In the first law of Nature." For this reason everyone who is ill desires to become well. Tboee who have impure or impoverished blood turn to Hood's tjarsapanlla, becauee they know it will enrich aud purify their blood and give them good health. To take this medicine onjlbofirtt appcarauco ofimp'jre blood is on important step toward self preservation. Hood's Pills cure tick hcadacho, in digestion. im Fill DEALERS. It Is printed paper and profusely illustrated, it gives 33 to 44 pages a month, each page 11x16 Inches, and a new and beautiful cover In colors every issue Its editors and contributors are the most popular American writers; In short, it Is an ideal family magazine, magnificently illustrated. Its regular departments are edited by experts and are full of Interest. As a home magtzine It has no superiors, and few, if any, tqnals. The regular price Is One Dollar a year, and lthas over 350,000 subscrib. ers. For a tree sample copy address the Woman's Home Companion, Springfield, Ohio. The publishers of the above paper, In order to introduce It to the readers of' THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, have made us an unusually low price, which enables us to make the above grand clubbing offer. Remember, THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN gives the Dewey Book absolutely free as an Inducement for new subscribers and renewals when they order beta THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN and the Woman's Home Com-- , panion. The price, $ 1.50, is very low Indeed for the two papers alone, and thewbo1e ctTer Is the most liberal we have ever made. II you are already paid in advance, take advantage ol this great ofler anyhow, and your sub scrlptlnn will be extended one year from the present date of expiration. We wantevtry reader of THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN to take advantage of this liberal ofler. Send in your subscription at once. " ADDRESS POSTAGE PAID BY US. Woman's Pome Companion o ATTORNEY AT Airl. Attorney at Law, Attorney at Jewv e SAYlOli. m Ought to Go nnd Toll Ma. The Democrats made an election law. Under it the State board and the county boords were Democratic. Young and strong and stalwart Dem ocrats were made election officers Old and blind and Ignorant and de crepit Republicans were put in for election officers, The old and blind and lame and Ignorant Republicans THE HARTFORD1IREPUBLICAN, bullied and bluffed and cheated and bulldozed the stalwart young Demo cratic officers, and 6cared off 30,000 Democratic voters and Taylor got a majority of about 2,500. We wouldn't believe these things to be facts If we had not read them in the newspapers, bnt the evidence Is so overwhelming that doubting would be treason. Ten thousand of the best and bravest Dem ocratic citizens of Louisville were afraid to vote when they heard that Governor Badley had 200 soldiers locked np In the arnnry. Graclonsl bat is awful the way the Republicans have abused nsl It appears that we ought to go and tell ma, Trimble Banner. Program For Ohio County Teacher's Associa tion to be held at Narrows School House, December 16, 1899. 9'3o 10:00, Opening exercises. 10:0011:00, (r) Primary Grades In Reading, Miss Dora Gibson, C. W. Mosely and N. B. White, (j) Ad. vanced Reading, Z. II. Shnltz, Morton Holbrook and J. H. Magan. 11:00 12:00, Spelling, its impor tance and method of teaching, L. W. Godsey, Alvye Johnson and D. P, Moseley. I:oo 1:00, Noon. 1:00 2:00, Civics. Its importance as a public school branch, R. C J.no. B. Taylor aud Aurora Storms. 2:002:20, A review of Evangaline, U C. Barnett. 2:203:00, Compulsory Educational Liw. Is it desirable? James DeWeese, J is. A. Duff and C, Soper. 3:004:00, General business and adjournment.! la)fAll other county papers please copy, For Roaims, ) U, M. SHULTZ, T. J. Morton, fHMV wm Daimler Attorney at Law, 4 Sipalsl weather? Does your throat feel raw? And do sharp pains dart through your chest? Don't you know these are danger signals which point to pneumonia, bronchitis, or consumption Itself? If you are ailing and have lost flesh lately, they aro certainly danger signals. The question for you to decide U, Have I the vitality to throw off these diseases? " Don't wait to try SCOTT'S EMULSION -- ' "Given Up every change In the Do you take cold with List of Letters at II art', Remaining iu the ford, Ky., which if not called for io 30 days will be ecnt to tbo Dead Letter Office at Wasbingtou, D. O.: Mr. E. R. Graves, Mr. Hunter Vltitoe, E1 Taylor, Mr. John Bione, Mr. Jne Smith, Tammel Hall, Mis Fannie Wright. Persons calling for any nf the above letters will please euy that lliey saw them advertised. VooiuuiiY Tinslry, l M. PoBt-ofQc- e Jar-nag- in, j Rowe&dBirdsoll specialty. a It will only cost you 50 cents extra to ride all day In a Cotton Belt Parlor Cafo Car (25 cents for a half day). Seated In a Urge revolving arm chair with plenty of space around you, you csn enjoy as much freedom and ease as you please. If you are a smoker you will enjoy the large smoking room with Its arm chairs snd 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 this car at any hour you want them; order most anything you want, from a porterhouse steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich, take as long as you please to eat It, and you will only have to pay for what you order. TtieCbUonltaltlittHdlmtllnetoToiM. IttnInrunthroueh(romC.lro ami M.uphU io Toxu without chug. Dlract ronneetloiu are mlrt ct ttt Territory, Oklahoma and the Far Wfat. o( Tex.t, ImlUa Jonf tlon. for all Write and toll ua where you are solng and wben you will leave, and wawUI UU you wLat your tleket wtil coat, which train to take to make the licit time and counwtloni, and will aond you an InKreatlnK little booklet, "1 111! N tllll" vcom. til sort." Marriages. Mr.-C- . M, Swain, Freutls, to Miss e, Millie Gently, Frentls. Date of November 23d. Mr. Richard Worrall, Fordsvllle, to Miss Amanda S. Ford, Fordsvllle. Date of marriage, November 23d, Mr Thomas K. Chlnn, Echols, to Miss Laura A, Stewart, Frentls. Date of marriage, November 23d. Mr. John W. Maddox, Magan, to Miss Mary E. Early, Magan. Date ol marriage, November 3d, Mr, O E. Scott, Prentls, to Miss Fannie M. Tanner, Fentis. Date of majriage, November 30th, mar-rlas- There Is no remedy equal to It for fortifying the system. Prevention Is easy, "as a last uru re- G. A. R, Notice prevents consumption and hosts of other diseases which attack the weak and those with poor blood. SCOTT'S EMULSION U the one standard remedy for Inflamed throats) and lungs, for colds, bronchitis and consumption. It Is a food medicine of remarkable power, A food, because It nourishes the body and a medicine, because It corrects diseased cond'tkms. joe. n4 Ji.oo, ill dnigrbu. SCOTT Si BOWNE, OumUu, N.v Yotk Scott's Emulsion Preston Morion Pokt, No 4 G A. R wilt meet to morrow at the Court House for the purpose of electing offi cers lor the ensuelne year, by order of Commander W, A Carson. f. V. UtUlM. (al riu'r ul IU. UL, V.i.MWIK.Im.rm'rltt, II) Calutli Idlflii. IKmiUI. II. 8T. LOUIH, WO. ((Si LOOK! TRANSFER LINE deavus jDrrwxEir xrATtxrortp jlztzd II you want jour Shirts, Collars and Cuff to look neat and clean, sive them lor Lyinan Williams, sgent for tb ricld -- aoLB rr oEiETOu JE Sostx. 3AU, HARTFORD, DHLVr. ttlg'r A FAST AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. rri Hmmrt Curm DR. MILES' Trey Steam "fieelng is believing," You can mo what Hood's Harsaparilla has done for others, and mutt belleye'lt wllldo the same for you. Ur;, eJW Dayton, Ohio, Dors the best work. Work called All work guaranteed for and delivered. If you want tho best newspaper publish- ,ed in Ohio county, take Tho Republican, c nWlLdik, i fr . .- - schoolroom as though we wetc enter-- , log a prison, feeling that all of life and joy were to be found In the World we were leaving behind us from nine BY I.1ZZII! hurt o'clock in the morning .until four in I knew a little turkey who the alternoon? Ii we enter the school Was never satisfied. hall with any ruich rrgretlul thoughts Not much attention li often Bald to the No Torture Equal to the flnt ijmptomi of Eczema, but it Is not Ions He ate and ate, and grew and grew, we are pretty sure to find a reflection before the little redness begins to Itoli and of our feelings in the faces and actions And wanted uiore beside. beginning, and will Itching and Burning of barn. to This is but thetorture almost unen- His parents reprimanded him, of our pupils. So that our motbidness suffering and lead durable. It is a common miitako to regard is multiplied many fold. In other And said he'd come to grief. roughness and redness of the skin as a wotds, the discipline of a school is the This Fearful Disease. Said he: "Old folkn are very prim, merely a local Irritation ; it is but an indica rt flection of the mental, and some tion oi a numor in tne uioou 01 lemuie And that it my belief." and can not bo reached by locaLappli-cation- s Eczema which Is more than times of the physical condition of the of ointments, salrei, etc., applied to the surface. The dtseaso itself, He robbed the chickens ol their share; teacher. True, physical weakness and tho real cause of the trouble, is in the blood, although all suffering Is produced Ass ulteJ Mrs. Hen; through tho skin ; the only way to reach tho disease, therefore, is through disease may come to any oi us, and me Diooa. Ard killed bcr only son at-- heir, the afflicted teacher is a rubjret lor Mr. I'hllT. Jones, of Mlxersvllle, Ind., writes: No bigger than a wren. snipathy, but indisposition should "I had Eczema thirty years, and after a great deal of treatment my leg was so raw and soro that it gave me ' never be the excuse for bad temper or He chilli nged Mr. Chanticleer, constant pain. It finally broke Into a running sore, and bad manners in the schoolroom. The When he was but a youth; began to spread and grow worse. For tho past five or six years I have suffered untold agony and had given up future ot our bos and girls is too Then greedily beside his bier all hope, of ever being free from the disease, as I havo precious to be spoiled by the bad exHe ate, and that's the tiuth. been treated by some of the best physicians nnd have ample of a man or woman whose in taken many blood medicines, all in vain. With little He fi uht with ducVltnRS and ttse faith left I began to take S. S. S., and it apparently Quecce rests upon the pupils through And ktpt them all In fear, made the Eczema worse, but I knew that this was tho all the years oi their lives. Continuing way tho remedy got rid of the poison. Till there was ntver nny peace Perhaps the greatest enemy to a B. B. 8., the sore healed up entirely, the skin became When he was standing near. clear and smooth, and I was cured perfectly." well disciplined school is the over Eozema is an obstinate disease and can not be ourod by a remedy which ii He ate tt e larmer'a coin and wheat, anxiety of the teacher to Veep order only a tonic. Swift's Specific lie ate the peas and beans; This is frequently the case when the He was a greedy, greedy cheat, teacher is young and inexperienced. la superior to other blood remedies becauso it cures diseases which they can And lived beyocd his means. Such a teacher places himself In a po not reach. It goes to tho bottom to the cause, of the disease and will cura the worst case of Eczemtv no matter what other treatment has failed. It is He grew so very corpulent sitlon similar to the host who is so the only blood remedy guaranteed to be free from potash, mercury or any solicitous fur our comfort that we beTne farmer wagged his head; other mineral, and never fails to cure Eczema, Scrofula, Contagious Blood come uncomfortable in his presence. Poison, Cancer, Tetter, Bheumatism, Open Sores, Ulcers, Iiolli, eta. Insist The barnyard gossips said it meant upon S. S. S. ; nothing can take its place. ' Would you then have a quiet school? That fowl was good as dead. o 1 Books on these diseases will bo mailed free to any address by Swift Be quiet yourself. Do not speak In n Company, Atlanta, Georgia, .. And when to gobbler's high estate . a r CS high tone of voice if yon do not wish i He did arrive, at last, a reply a trifle louder. Do not frown can tako orders and send them to us They warned him ere it was too late If you wish to preserve good feeling ami we will make the garments withIllinois To pause and think and fast. between yourself and your pupils in fivo days and send direct to agent's Pointing a pistol at an offender makes customer by express CO. D., subject He gobbled all their words to scorn BEST AND MOST POPULAR ROUTE TO And west his greedy way, him wish he had a similar weapon to to examination and approval, collect Memphis, New the agent's full selling price nnd ev- Until, one cold and frosty morn discbarge at you. A sentence oi Ann a i.i. in Before Thanksgiving Day, AIIUANHA- -, TKXAN. MEXICO AMI ery Meek wo will fend the agent our is better than a volume ol abuse, chuck for all his profit. The agent and a word of commendation is a betGas Lighted Vestibuled Trains with need collect no money anu deliver no The farmer, oh I he did appear, ter stimulaut tban a dictionary ol Cafe Cars, Pullmsn Sleermrsand Free goods, simply go on taking orders at And with an axe be slew "don'ts." If you wish jour pupils to Reclining Chair Cars to Memphis nnd u liberal profit. We deliver thogoods That gobbler; but no single tear New Orleans. love school, love them, show them and collect nil tho money and every His death-bedid bedew. Pullman Tourist Car leaves Louis- week promptly send him in one round that you are interested in their wel The fowls within the farm-yar- d beat fare and above all be reasonable ville every Thursday night, and runs check his full Do profit for the weekend through to California via New Orleans nearly all our agents get a check Their wings and quacked and crew; not command simply because you are and tho South Pacific Suneet Route. from us cf at least 4U.UU every waek The farmer's relatives did eat in a position to do so. lssae few or Double berth rate irom Louisville to That turkey. So did you. of the year. ders, but be sure that those few are San Francisco only $0.60; propore "ill make no charge for the executed. Remember that your mis tionately low rates to intermediate book and complete outfit, but, as the The Reflection of the Character points. sion among your pupils is to lay tbe outfit costs us several dollars, it is foundation of noble character, to deof the Teacher. Tho Truo Winter Route to necessary to protect ourselves against velop the perception, the reason and California. No Blizzards, anyone ho Mould impose upon us Cold "Weather Snow by sending for the outfit with 110 in ANNA LAISE, IN NORMAL INSTRUCTOR. the memory, and to teach them such Blookados. facts as shall assist them to acquire tention of vorking,but merely out of ''In schools and colleges, in fleet and For particulars write to J. R. Hol-li- idle curiosity, therefore, wa will nsk for themselves. Tbe teacher army, discipline means success, and others Traveling Passenger Agent for as a guarantee of good faith on the who Is rightly conscious of tbe duty C. R. R , Louisville, Ky. Also ask part of the reader who decides to take anarchy means ruin," said Pioude, he has assumed will have no trouble him to send you a copy of the South- up this work, that he cut this articlo and the world realizes that he spoke In keepinir order in his school, but ern Home Seekers' Guide, which is re- out and mail to us, witii the under- the truth. A well disciplined school. will merit and retain tbe friendship information standing that the big book and com- like a thoroughly drilled army.reflects and love ot his pupils. plete with interesting concerning tb'e Southern territory. It plete outfit will be sent to him by credit on its leader ; and to be a pat will be mailed to you free. WANTED. express, ho to pay the express agent tern, a leader, and above all a helper, On the first and third Tuesdays ot Sl.lK) nnd Several persons for District Office express charges for the should be the aim ol every man and each month Home Seekers' tickets are with the distinct understanding woman who stands before a class or Managers in this State to represent me Bold to Southern aud Southwestern outfit, in their own and surrounding counties Low Rates, good to that we "ill refund the $1.00 as soon an individual pupil as an Instructor. Willing to pay yearly $6oo, payable points at Special as his orders have amounted to $2o, return witma twentyone days Irom which amount of weekly. Desirable employment with orders ho can take To direct pupils aright and to accom- unusual opportunities. Reference? ex date of sale. Liberal stop-ovar plish the best educational results, the the very first day. changed. Enclose addressed stamped rangements. teacher must inspire the learner to Don't compare this with any H. A. Caxton A. H. HANSON, G. P. A., offers made to trot your $1.00. catchy more earnest work towards lofty ideals envelope. Chicago. farlc, 320 19 i6t Tho Building, Chioaoo, Illinois. m m genuineness of our offer and our reli than that which comes from a mere W. A. Kelloud, A. G. P. A., As a cure tor rheumatism Chamberability nro proven by the bank refer recitation oi facts set forth in a set oi Louisville, Ky. lain's Pain Balm Is gaining a wide ence reterreu to above, or you can text books. D. B. Johnston of Richreputation. easily find out by writing to anyone The student naturally expects to mond, Ind., has been troubled with An Extraordinary Chance in Llncago to call on us. find In the teacher the embodiment, or that aliment since 1862 In speaking This is a rare chance for some man of It he says: "I never found anys For.' Bright Man to Socuroa in Hartford or vicinity, to take up a at least the semblance of the embodi thing that would relieve me until I ment, ol what he himself wishes to used Chamberlain's Stoady Position tho Year Pain Balm. It work at once that with reasonable become If the teacher be erratic or acts like magic with me. My foot Around In Hartford effort on his part is sure to net him vasclllating, it Is not possible for him was swollen and paining me very And Vicinity. from $5.00 to 10.00 a day from the oi but one good start, und we trust that from among to command that respect which is the much,Balm relieved me. application by Pain sale Dear Editor We want a clothing your many readers we will bo hIjIq to keynote to successful teaching, and Z. Wayne Griffin & Bro. For m salesman to take orders for men's cus- get a tew noou representatives in when a teacher cannot hoM the esteem suits, pants, Hartford and adjoining towns. of a student he or she bad better seek tom overcoats and ulsters in Hartford and Cut this notice out and mail to the a new occupation where the work is adjoining towns nnd country. Any AMERICAN WOOLEN MILLS more like that of a day laborer, whose Famonnd Excellences are Degood, bright man,especialiyif he lias CO., West Side Enterprise building, business is to execute rather than to termining Factors In Sucexpenenco as a salesman in a store, Chicago, 111., and tho book and agent's command. The teacher who is given cessful Dovolopmont. house or complete outfit will he sent to you at agricultural implement to indulging in moods or who so iar wl:V he has come in contact with once, you to pay $1.00 and express forgets his profession as to let the In presenting interesting phases ol people, as solicitor for tailoring, in- charges w hen received, tho $1,110 to scientific and economic problems, surance, nursery stock or other goods be returned to you when your orders petty annoyances ol life spoil his high-clanewspapers frequently give temper, Is unworthy oi the calling. can make big money with our line amount to $25.00. 10 information of as great value in their The greatest element in that magi advertising tho year around ; but any good,bright columns as In those deman, even without previous oiperi-- !. cal power known as discipline, is that voted to tbe publication of the princifit) 00 a month and nink" run of love. II the teacher loves the work, pal events of tbe day ; and when the tpeiises with tho big outfit wo fit r he loves the pupils, and love begets lame of a product is extended beyond i ish him aud the opportunity we give ; so that the instructor who has love its natural limits Into foreign lands, un if ha will dbvito his time to the that happy faculty of suiting himself and a large demand created throughO'k; or, if o can get a good man to circumstances and maintaining a out i i Hartford lmsatl.no is partly taken Ureal Britain and her Colonies true dignity, experiences but little and the principal l p with other uoik and who can tie and cities trouble in alsciplining his pupils ol Europe, Asia and oto his 8i.iro time to our lint, oven Alrlca.it become! Someone has wisely said that "He a pleasant duty to i. only an hour or so a dav,lie will do ntte the fact and t ceedingh well with our agency. who would command must first know to tell of the points of excellence on Vo have limn in real est.iti, loun,lo how to obey," and it is equally true which so great a success is based. We t,al, lumber, groin, ruilroiid, express, that he who expects obedience roust refer to tbe now world lamed laxjtlve t ml other business who givH their GUMllflBfl ifiHjir not only know how to command, but remedy, Syrup ot Pigs, the product of l inro timo to our line with big re- -t must not demand too much. More tbe Califoruia Pig Syrup Company. tits. No oxperietifo is absolutely teachers lack control ol their scholars The merits of this well known excel i rfcessary, no capital required. Wo by too many rules and regulations : irnish a cciuplote line of cloth s.un- lent laxative were made known to the than otherwise. Hxaniple is better world through ies uud tt ttioiiery; hau no con thi medical journals brings Joy or pain. It's for the i ission plan, no cati- mother to decide. With good health than precept, so that if a teacher ex- and newspipers of the United States; and a strong womanly organism, pects older he must be orderly him- and Isoneol the ass, no catchy conditions, but offer distinct achievements motherhood but odds to a woman's self If he wishes his pupils to be i, raro opportunity for come iiiiiu in of tbe pre n. it Is now Iwell known attractiveness. icinity to sucMiro high grade ein- come manly and dignified, he must so that Syrup oi Figs Is an ethical pro loyment at big wages. walk before them, at all times, that prietory remedy, approved by the most We are the largest tailors in Auier- -i they ehall see him that which they eminent physicians everywhere, be Wo iiuil.o to measure mer 300,-('- 00 'a. delight In becoming themtelves. A cause it is simple and yet suits annually. We occupy enchild frequently sees further Into the pleasant to the taste and acceptable to liloolvs tire ono of th'i largest biisinosi tat esaway all terrors by strengthening chaiacter of its elders tban most peo the system, and not only prompt in We refer to the Corn liChimgo. the vital organs. It fits a mother for pie suppose. For this reason the i 'xchange National Hank in Chicago, its bentficial effects, but also wholly baby's coming. By revitalizing the nerve centres it has brought chubby. teacher who wishes to no discipline free from any uuplesraut after effects, nny express or railroad co:npany in crowing youngsters to thousands of his puptls that they shall become good 'liicago or nny resident of this clt. It is frequently referred to as the rem wno Wo buy our cloth diruot from the wealc womenpurifies, reared tucy were men and women should strive to make edy of the healthy, because it is used heals, regulates barren. It largest Kiiropuun aud American mills and strengthens, and is eoodforail his every act s neatly perfect as posgood health and vo ope nun the most extensive and women at all times. No druggist sible. He should be careful that each by people who enjoy who live well and feel well and ate would be without it. ft co i oiioinic custom tailoring plant in Foradvtce in cases requiring special detail of bis own work Is done con- well inlormed oil ull subjects genital t tisteiico, unci wo reduce the price of directions, aaaress, giving symptoms, scientiously and well. ly, including laxatives. Iu order to i suits and overcoats' "The Ladies' Advisory Department,'1 The teacher who is not thoroughly gtt Its bent Octal fT.cls.it I i from $5 00 to $18.00 necessary mostly 5, The Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Teun. honest himsell neeil not expect to in to get the genuine Syrup of Pigs, I I $10 pricua so low that nearly uv- -; nALR.of ,T.rr.ron, a., tins, t.ouisa. first louk Win ot Carilul spire honesty in his pupils. By thor I .ajsi-"i yhodv will be glad lo liuo their which is manufictured by the Calisua lud lwn married Uirmt ycais, but could ough hontsty I mean strict attention fornia Pig Sjrup Co only, i .irmei.lB and will navs any cniidrcn. had a Aoa alii baby.1 to duty and business I Should the ..iir ngtti.t ihtiir orders. We will furnish u good agent u Tho Sick MarJo Well. teacher, who his heard 'the reading large uud handsoiiely buinrl book lessons to many times that he linows Hive you any pain, orarhe.orwealc coiituinioi' largo cloth fcuiuiiles of our the contents ot the text book by rote nest-DJes your blond thow that tt line of SllltS, plllltlllooiis, over- - , our lee returned It wtf.lU Any one Kadi so far forgot his interest in the pupil contains impurities Areounervou-- ? el any routs, Bt0.,a bonk which costs us sev- - sketch u4 description opinion luvtullou will liromirtly rect ve our you Isclf snap HUd activity of mind fre concerning as to read a lettrju write a note, or Ud i i eral dollars; lilso fltiuolnred fushloil liio patentability ol same. "How to OMlu gfze out ot the window in a mood ef body? Are you easily tired? Ilnveynn plates, tape measure, business curds, Inst there any unnatural abstraction while his pupil is iccltlnjr. drainambitiou? Is system? stationery, advertising matter and upan your I every or rubber slump with name and uddress an Illustrated aud widely circulated journal, he need not censure the small boy or tcan performing its proper function? girl for engaging iu conversation with In other words t Are you a peifeit y liaison., instruction bojk, which makes it easy for uiiyonu a companion while he Is delivering atrong, active, vigorous, heahhy.hin victor J. cvans a co, iratenMitorncs,) to lake orders and conduct a profit- - ' his lecture on "The necessity olotten py man or woman? II not, you should not delay one day before ou consult washihoton. d. c. tion to recitations." ublu business. We will also furnish gv"" J. NttWTON IltTIIWVAV M D, net confidential price list. Agent AUdruasUU toll Dr. MlliVPuIn Pill. How many of us who have chosen tf 309 Church St, , Nashville, Tcnn RAW AS BEEF ' Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, DECEMBER I. our vocation of teaching from a long list of other things we might have done better, frequently go into the "BOUND FOR KANSAS." O'lnng there, Jerty, Woah haw, Duck, Bound fer Kaosas, Deln my luck, lied three fortunes In my grip, But I had ter ANew Book For Men Special Arrangements Whereby a Free Copy Can Ho Obtained by Every Reader of Thli Taper. Fcrirecki tho rreme a busy tlio enormous edition of Dr. Newton now hook ' noceisarjr to catHfy publlo resc-rii-- THANKSGIVING TURKEY. FROM ECZEMA! Take a trip. G'lang there, Jerry, Woah haw, Buck, Bound fir Kansas, Dcrn ruy luck Owned a farm theie Long ago, Hundred feet f Salt below. Couldn't rest, though, Scarce a minute, Though there was a Fortune In It. Pulled up stakes fer Further West, Well, Is'poseje Know the lest. G'lang there, Jerry, Woah hw, Buck, Bcund fer Kansas, Dern my luck. Then got weary And went back, Bought again Another tract, Down where they- - have Gas 'n' oil And theiichest Kind o' sell. Stayed three years n' Moved away; Gushln' gas well Found next day. G'lang there, Jerry, Woah haw, Buck, Bound ier Kansas, Dern my luck. Then moved down to Plcasanton, Swore this move wuz My last one. Bought a quarter Where there's lead, Raised two crops 'n' Got ahead. Didn't know that Lead was there, Lead and zinc now Everywhere. Left that farm fer skin-dee- to Ire by of Mali lo all who end names full address to him. lint rnnflnpd his ?n ,mn practl'-minoit cv luiUfly loaiwawaot men, andUnrltulli.it timo ho hai restored more men to hmltu. t Ipir uufiiln! and happlnc 1 than any trn dorton la th country combined. l)r. Ilulliaw-i- invil ana cures i'j a iiiciium entirely his own, dltcose red and perl himself and used eiclnslrely by ilm. Ixsa of Vitality. VarLwelo. Stricture, lllood In Has opened up a General Store, the only one in town, and examine my turning liars bran out J. goods and get prices before buying lUthawajr'l VlRor, elsewhere. It will be to your interHealth tho if rrand. Dr. llattiavar est to do so. This town goes without a hit number rt amltUfsehahUKpeclallr saying, with tho country people, to nrraii2Pl trad this reader Iir"r be the highest town in the county, una nr llttlinwnv (-al- Hartford, Ky., l " ' LV llicwo limited books, S. S. S. FOR THE BLOOD Utters, Horea all manner of urinary eoinr-lilntimights lilseateand all forms and Hkln ot Kidney Troublnt. ills treatment for under-tone- d men retorts lost tllallty and makes tho patient a stfonjf. well. TlirortMis inao. Dr. Ilathawaj's success In tho treatment ot Varlcorole and Stricture without the aid of kntfo orrauteryli phenomenal. The patient Is treated by this mi thod at his own homo without pain or lots of time from nuOness. This Is positively the only treatment which cures without an operalien, ation. Dr. llatluKtayeallilhepartlruUr lion of sufferers from Varicocele and Stricture to partes J7. 5S. 33. M anj 31 of hit new book. Krery easo liken hv Dr. Hathaway It specially treated according to Its nature, all under his tea-crporsoaalsuiK-nrltlon.anall remedies used by him aro props nil f rom Ihepurestand bostdrots In tils own laboratories under his personal oTerslitil. llattnway makes noelurgt? for consultaDr. tion or adtlce. cither at his olQee or by mail, and when acasalstakcn the tins lowfeo coTertall cost of medicines and professional serrlees. Dr. Ifathawiy always prefers, when It Is possible, to hlTO his patient call on him for at least ono Interrtvw. but this tt not essential, a ho has cured scores of thousands of patients la all sections of tho world whom ho hat norer seen. Ills System of Home Treatment Is so perfected that he can brine about a curst as surely aud speedily as though the patient called dally at hit office. Iti illCTervnt lUigKH, iineuiiumm, " rax iiaca, llM"i. But he that Says so, As long as I am in business here, will misrepresent the town. By the help of the people I expect to soli goods as cheap as tho cheapest. Country product taken at tho highest market price in exchange for goods. (JPieap Shingles. The word "cheap" has two meanings, It may mean "cheap" quality, or "cheap" ptice. When I use the word it applies to the price. That's not egotism It's business. I've built up the biggest shingle business In this section ol the country just by sticking to Spa-clii- m J. NBWTON HATHAWAY, M. D. Dr. Hathaway A Co, Nib.lll, Ttaat. SOSChnrrtiMtrrot, W Hml Orleans ioi.tn . Highest Grades and Lowest Prices. And I could not have doue that II I had used the word "cheap" carelessly. shingles, but even on them, 'the price Is Of course I sell some "cheap," same as on the higher grades. low-gra- de n. General Directory. William 0. Bradley. Governor V. J. Worth-ingtoLieut, Governor STATIC OFFICIALS. lEHZSIFLU, j&JEVJSl CAI.II-OltMA- Arkansaw, Now I'm goin' woah baw, G'lang there, Jerry, Woah haw, Buck, Bound fer Kansas, Dern my luck. Ef I git in Side that State (An' 1 11 git there Soon or late). Bet vour life I'll Take my Somewhere on a Piece o' land, An' I'll not be Moved an inch, 'Niess a cyclone Gits a cflrlck, Per it I should Loose my hold . They'd begin to Diggln' gold. G'lang there, Jerry, Woah haw, Buck, Bound fer Kansas, Dern my luck. Ed. Blair, Oadruus, Kan., in Pleas anton Observer. Back A Common grades, 5 In. dimension Cypress Shingles ft 75 per 1,000. Becretaryof 8tate Charles Finley. No. 1 Yellow Poplar Shingles $1 to per 1,000. Attorney General W. 8. Taylor. Best Star A Star White Cedar Shingles $1 85 per 1,000. Auditor oarauel tt. atone. Best Red Cedar Shingles $3 10 per 1,000. Treasurer Goo. W. Lontr. Grade for gride, these prices cannot be equalled My Cedar Shingles, I Commissioner ot Agriculture, Hor Statistics Lucas guarantee net to crack, warp, or cnrl np at the butts. When put on a roof, nod ticulture Moore. they lay fUt, and stay that way. Tbey make the best roof When yon want Superintendent Public Instruction-Wany amount ol any kind of shingles and want them at the lowest prices, call Davison. and see me about it. Write if you can't call. Office Chas. O. Reeister Land DE3. Revnold. Insurance Bureau Commissione- r- itRti.rn in i.i. Kinnsi PVAMCWII I P I M nATt.lIAi-- , D. W. Coraineore. t Adjutant General D. R. Collier. State Librarian Miss Paul Deaae THE FXIXOIHISi J. Tlieo. i.niswii.i.i. . DEtoolltin, n Mil. Hardin. Jno. G. Wood, chairman; J. F. Dempsey, H. S. Irwin, Secretary Samuel F. Brown. COXORE8SIONAL. RAILROAD COVMIBStOKERS. CATARRH CAN BE CURED. IT GOES TO EVERy PART. SURE. SAFE AND PLEASANT. s, MURDOCH'S CATARRH CURE. For years has the medical fraternity sought a tellable and sute cure for Ca. Iq this endeavor many hundreds ol nostrums have been oflercd to a u public. and tbe health of thousands have been completely ruined by taking them, thet-- various compounds causing the worst forms of Dyspepsia. Sprays and ointments ore also wortnless, as It is impossible to reacn tne affected paits in this manner. MURDOCK'S CATARKH CURB is a new and scientific preparation and is to be smoked in a pipe, thereby the funics and smoke going over tbe entire nyatrrn aOrcted by the disease It relieves instantly the worst forms ol Asth ma. Uronchitis, Hay Fever, Colds tn tne Head and all forms ol Catarin, no matter what shape, and cures when treatment is continued lor leasonable time. No matter how little you ate aiTecttd, don't delay treatment. Catanh comes olten Irom simple colds Like all new and valuable preparations yon Isewareot Imitations, si tbey will find others sayinc tlieirHitre lut as good are worthless. HxTWE ONLY ASK A TRUL TO CONVINCE. Mailed to any address, prepaid, on receipt ol price. Put np in tin boxes. $1.00 per MURDOCK CURE CO., box ; treatment for 30 days. is Atlanta, ja. say, Hon. W. J. Deboo. Representative Fourth Hon. D. 11. Smith. STATE Senators Hon. William 0. Lind District Hon. tarrh tufl-rin- LEGISLATURE. Representative Ohio County R. O. Jarnacin. OHIO COUNTY. CIRCUIT COURT. Owens- - Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge bo ro. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Owensboro. T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. 8 A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford. Rowan Holbrook, Master Commit- sionei Hartford. G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund -s- fl. made-to-meas- quautTandnews. Card of Thanks. ss Please permit me through your col umns to express my hearttelt thanks to the good people ol Bells Run neigh borhood for their kindness toward me and my beloved wife during her recent illness, even until death relieved her ol her suQering, did tbey stand bv us and now, though alone with my COURT OP CLAIMS. orphan children, do I remember those Convenes first Monday in January, kind neigntiors aua irienas wun tove and Tuesday after theseciud Monday C. K Carson. and gratitude. in October. WesterBeld. Ky. OTHER COUNTY Deputies D. M. Hocker, T. II. Benton, R. B. Martin and W. H. Tinsley. Court convenes first Monday in March and Augustand continues three I.OUISVILLK, weeks, aud third Monday in May and Unto Dipct, November two weeks. COUNTY COURT. Louisvillo to St. Jas, P. Miller, Judge Hartford. Hartford. M. 8. Ragland.CIerk Leave tuisvll!e M. L. Heavrin, Attorney-Hartfor- d. 11 Owensboro Court convenes first Monday in " Henderson each month. " Bvansvllle COURT. QUARTERLY " Mt.Vernon, second Monday in Arrive St Louis Begins on the each month. Hartford. 8. T. Stevens. Sheriff Hartford. HENDERSON Smoth tad Hirer. & ST. LOUIS KAILAVAYr COMPANY Ilcktt Office, 222 feirtn Aiiooi. ' Louis & West. St. Louis to Louisville & East No 44 No. 46 No. 45. No. 41. 8:53p m 8:40a m BtJSP " Leave St Louis 7:57a m " Mt.Vernon 12:231m 11:38pm 11:40a m 11 :58pm " Evansville 2113pm 2:35a m u:45p m u:$S m " Henderson 2:46pm 3:10a m 1:35a ra 1:151 ro Itt4:i7pm " Owensboro j'44pm 4:00a m 4:291m 7:30a m 7:3 Jp m 7:20a m Arrive Louisville 7!45P m No 41 . 7.37a m 10:43a m 11:40a m , wo acvAaro'VTT.T.xa. No 43 4:$op m 8:o4p tn 9:o5p m m " OFFICERS. 1 sea-por- ts HUDILLS pll liter, and cura ItouseA tbe lor biliousness, slclc headache, Jaundice, Hon, etc They aro In nausea, Indices, valuable to prevent a cold or break np a Bcntle, certain, tbey are worthy fever. Mild, your confidence. Purely vegetable, they can be taken by children or delicate women, l'rlce. !Bc at all medicine dealers or by mall of C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. Tho Coming of Bahy hoiise-tohoii- be luuabta pertoDi of a mtcbinica! or lartntlrs mlad de.lrtoralrlatolh . 1'itiia Kipo.luon. wish food lal.ry sad esrn.r p.ld, .hould writ. The 1'AXKMX 1UXOHD, Uadtlmore, M4. McELREUS Where the Shoe Pinches j ft wh.rteoraa srow. that oora with Rhvots that's a stroa polot. Aa4 In. eons Lav.. mat's an1 So. Drvs lists or other. mall. Wine of GardfuS Salve. No pata, no solaon BVANSVILLB TO LOUISVILLB. No 46 No. 44 No. 42 Leave Bvansvllle 6:50a ra Jliop m 2:45a ra springs. " Henderson 26p m 3:10a m 7:15a m JUSTICES' COURTS. " Owensb.iro 8:18a tn 4:00a m 3M4P m will be held T. A. Evans Court lUwesville 4:4op m 4:50a m 9:17a m at Fordaville on March 1st, June 1st, Arrlvn Lonliville 1335pm 7:30am 7'45P m September 1st and December 18th. AII'traltaB run through solid to Bvansvllle. Through Parlor Cars and PullB. F. Graves Court will be held man Sleepers on all trains to Bvansvllle and St Louis. Numbers 41 snd 42 at Butord on March 30, June 29,8ep connect at Irvington for Fordaville & Hardlnaburg dally. 36 teniber 28 aud December 21. 8. J. Wei.ler Court will be held At Sulphur Springs on March 28, June 1, September M and December z H B, Taylor Court will bo held t Cromwell on March 4, June 10, Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would win success in life This being conceded, It Is of first Importance to get your lentember I and December U. training st the school that stands in the very lront rank, YY. A K'iNii Uourt will be held nt Ccntertown on February 13, May 20, THE BRYANT &STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, LOUINVIIXE, KKflTUVKY. August Zo aud November 1. Preston Morton Post No, 4, O. A BOOK KEEPING ) Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist In R hold their regular meetlnr; Satur SHORTHAND. hit line Graduate" of this college preferred bv bust- day before the first Sunday in each TEl.EGRATH Y, ) ties houses. Write (or a beautiful book giving tesmonth in Court Hall at 1 o'clock p, timonials Irom Rraduates occupying prominent positions all over the W. A. Cassoh, Com. m. United States- -it wilt he mailed to you FREE. 28 John C. Chamberlain, Adjt. N. Mozley, Surveyor. G. D. Royal, Assessor. Fon Rotters. School Sunt. L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulphur Leave Louisville . " Hawesville, " Owensboro. " 'Henderson. Arrive Bvansvllle 9:i8p m n:o8p m 11:58pm 12:55a m 1:25am No. 45 i2:45p m 1:15pm io:iop 10:40pm .... .... .... .... .... A Easiness gdcie&fioii V OIANT CI1BMIOAL CO., SOU Cborrr Phil. WIWrVrtrVsVt'.'AVrWrV.'rWrV.vVrVrVVWAt ThSSmith Premier i - -- H ; A PREE PATTERN Tabulating and Billing; An Rvtr Ready,... litfectlva Tims sad Labor ooi.n rnornizToito- - i (jour own awiccuod) to trerj Out 60 cnU a o M CALLS jCTfik I MAGAZINE E2Sf I A LADIES' MAGAZINE. A rtmt t Z lAsniuni, bsttmlM colored pUtMit drttsmikU(conoMli fMf ? work, kgiiMlioUlkliiiitAcllon.tu, Sub jt Machine. Sarlnr Device TRANSFER LINE A PAST AND J ...Ier Prtmlar Ussra. 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