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The Hartford republican The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1899 hao1899121501 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 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. "" i vt m ,HHflil " "WHMpS KSB23S -- L. . j:.i',.r.'wcaaa iiiaaa 25. s$ 5 15. 50 4falaJ! The Rrpunltctn hikI Louisville CPnuueictal, i e.i,$i The Kep'ih. c.n ami the Count? Jonrnm, i jear, $t The Urputiticn nd Ihe Toledo (O ) Blade. I jenr $1 Tile fp"lilcn and luiville Dhpalch, .t, $1 The KeiMi'licnn and the G.obe Uemiiciat, ihi $1 1 The HaeteobD' Bepublicae OFFICIAL ORGAN OF TBS PARTI IV THE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT, Tho Ropublican kindly invites Its many readers and '.rlonds to Rlvo thoso morohants whoftdvortiB-JltitsoolumnB tho bonoflt ot tliolr trndo. It will bo regarded as a por Bonal lavnr. i Fine Job Work a Specialty. VOL. jfiy Subscription $1 a year. No. 21. XII. HARTEORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1899. GOVERNMENT CROP REPORT. plants are so tender that a sudden ANTI-TRUS- J! J b A V F r the constitution regulating Interstate I shall fall below the par value of the Paw Shows How to Kill commerce. The District Court 'ft?) circulating notes outstanding for tie damage has been done by Insects which the case was first heard relused I which such bonds may be deposited Chickens. ATIORNHY AT LAW, Conditions Woro Conorally this month, Shopman Act of 1890 Applic- to take this view of it, but it was re- as security. ii.tiiriuitu, KT. Favornblo for Wheat Illinois Winter wheat In central able toTrado Combines versed by the Coutt of Appeals of the It's a Turrable Thing to have a paw Special attention xiven to all busiAnd provided farther, that the cirThroughout No- and southern districts generally In Decision Following Up ness entrusted to tils rate. Office In Sixth circuit, which held the combi- culating notes furnished to national whatllliestheslteofblud. Sumtlmes Court llouie. splendid condition; good root growth vombor. Joint Traffic Case. nation to be antagonistic to the con- banking associations under the pro- it makes me trlmble fer Fear he mite and lt some instances too heavy top go rong and Do offel Deeds before he stitution, ordering the issuance of the visions oftliRactjhall be of the M. L UEAVUIN, Nndilrn Frrrie Htgtil I'nnnti nerlona growth, requiring pasturing; very Wny irnrnril I'lilor Control nl ihc Evil Injunction prayed for. by existing thot. t small amount of damage by fly; Id Injury InNuiiifiNfctli.n-TlIlea. i by t'nnarrm Fnmnui .lilj;alanA Wewis Talken about the warrm This latter decision was affirmed by law, except tavatlswlswtloual banking Inn rijr M UorUI.IIII northern district little was sown, and nnin- V rCiiar.lnTolvinirllirltlKlit ilARTFORI). KY. ol the action of the Supreme Court with association shallKMerlthe assaee ot nlte, and maw sed she Didn't see How age by Inarrt In Hlilonrl, cribbing well along; results generally ilannrrtcltirrra lo Cnmlilnn la Will practice his pflerslon in all the a modification that the decision should this act be entltlcdltoTreceiye or to Is- soljers could ever Bare to Look at e court ot Ohio and adjoining counties 1'tx I'rlee., Drclilerl by satisfactory, although small amount glttln shot to peaces and the Bind United States notes, or treasury notes, sue or reissue orplace In Circulation and Coutt ol Appeals. Special nttea I lie Hniirrin Court, oi light and soft corn ; probably one Washington, 1). C, December n shall be issued or reissued of denomi- any circulating notes of a less denom- Runnen Down the Battle Skarred lion given to collections. plane in Rivers. The climate and crop division of the lourth is still to crib. nations less than $10, and all such ination than $to. Indiana Weather has been very faA decision of Department of Agriculture furnishes impott-aticef- in "It ain't nawthln," paw said, "fer outstanding notes of a lower denomiAna proviaea inriner, mat at no 8HEUBY TAYLOR, the following information regarding vorable to the growth of wheat, the its application to business nation shall, whenever received at the time shall the total amount of such men with nurv I ain't never affected AT LA W late sown is much improved by the combinations was handed down by treasury or redeemed, be winter wheat conditions: canceled and notes Issued to any such association, by the Site of Blud. People offen say ' 'HArtrFORDr-KY-J """The month ol November was excep rains and warmth ; In most fields theJOnlted States Supreme Court. notes of denominations of $10 or up- exceed the amount at such time oi.Jtsi thrv wooden't Look at a prize fite Be. Will practice his profession in all the ' ACTS GENTLY ON THE tionally mild throughout the country, wheat is In good condition lor win- Singularly, the interpretation of the ward shall be substituted therefor. No capital stock actually paid In. courtr. ot Ohio an J enjoining counties 7 'j coz it's so bluddy. Bnt they are with precipitation decidedly below the tering ; the Hessian fly is, however, constitution and of the law came at silver certificates shall be hereafter isSpecial ntten and (Jonit ol Appeals I like to see people with TAX ON CIRCULATION tion given to all assignments in twnk average over much the greater part. injuring the early sown in many Gelds the hour when a Congress In which sued of a higher denomination than That every national banking asso- strong stummlcks." ruptcy So Uncle Heniy Sent ns too chick The rainfall exceeded the average, in all parts oi the state. antl trust legislation promises to re $10, and all such outstanding certifi- ciation having on deposit, as provided KansasWarm weather and warm ceive much attention was organizing. cates of a higher denomination shall, by sections 5159 and 5160 of the Re ens up from the Country In a Box and however, from Central and Northern ClEAN5ES THE 5Y5TEM Texas, northward over Oklahoma and rains have greatly benefited the wheat The decision was given in what is whenever received at the treasury or vised Statutes, bonds of the United mow Told Paw he must Chop thare plant and the ground ; In northwest-er- a called the Eddystone pipe Kansas, including portions of Necase. In redeemed, be canceled, and notes of States bearing interest at a per centum Heds off So she cculd cook them for HARTFOHD, KY. counties early sown wheat has brief it braska and Western Iowa and the sustains the antUtru&tlaw in denominations of $10 or less shall be per annum to secure its circulating Snndy dlnuer.Paw dlden't say Will practice his profession la nil tbo North Pacific coast, being unusually beeu killed by drouth, but late wheat a direction not hitherto tested. And substituted tberefor. notes, GBrM pay to the Treasurer of nothln, BntfEWisoon I snuck out court of Ohio ami adjoining couuties is improved; over the rest of tbestate in so doing o Mtrr- heavy along thecoasts of Washington, the United States in the months of the Back REFUNDING THE DEBT. Talken to it points out the way Caralul attention will be given to a OVERCOMES I wheat Is as fine as ever at this season whereby Congress may, the Grocery bcyffifflgfe Hire him to Oregon and Northern California. The Secretary ot the Treasury is January and July a tax of within conbuitaeit entrusted to bis care. Colof the year, much being pastured to stitutional limits, legislate kill them, but the Under1 the very mild temperature lections a ipecialty. wasen't further to hereby authorized to receive at the ot 1 per centum each half year upon conditions which prevailed through- check growth ; acreage somewhat re control combinations and to eradicate treasury any of the outstanding bonds the average amount of such of Its cir- Locken fer1 a Jobfejjwstjwas In a 'Br out the month, winter wheat has root duced. JNO. B. WILSON, of the United States bearing interest culating notes as are based upon the Bank with hours 'foffijj.itBfThrce. the evils. Oklahoma Winter wheat in splen ed welt and at the close of the month Then paw come'hSS'and .sed HI The conrt some time ago sustained at 5 per cent per annum, payable Feb- deposits of the 2 per centum bonds, did condition, with dark green color, was In excellent condition lor with the law In its application to transpor ruary 1, 1904, and any of the bonds of and such taxes shall be In lieu of ex- would git the Hatchet he would Do IIARTFOltD, KY. ouy th cenuirit-MaHBy standing the winter. There a re, how. healthy and seemingly wellrooted; tation lines attention given to col In the case brought the United States bearing Interest at 4 isting taxes on its circulating notes the Rest, and him and me and the SPECIAL making abstracts, Ac. ever, considerable complaints of dam bottom and upland equally good; against the Wertern association of per centum per annum, payable July imposed by section 5214 of the Re- pupp and Little albert Went Down ta early sown 3 to 4 Inches high, thorage by the Hessian fly, while In porthe Basement whare the Chickens was -- S.V'Ji alio Notary Public lor Uhio Uounty. v'SH1 r, 1907, and any bonds of the United vised Statutes. railroads it was held that such organux? Office North side ot public square. tions of Ohio and Michigan the crop oughly covers the ground and being izations were in and Got Reddy for the Slotter. Paw States bearing Interest at 3 per centum muuntuMW4vmiHiuiiral. restraint of commerce My son has been troubled for years has suffered from lack of moisture. pastured down ; medium ready for between the states, and that therefore per annum payable August r, 198, with chronic diarrhoea. Sometime took off his cote and Koled up his pasture, late up In good order ; heavy R. R. WEDDING Rank growth is quite generally rethe application of the antl trust law and to Issue in exchange therefor cou- ago I persuaded him to take some of sleeves and Hollered Shoo at one of Program ported, and In Illinois, Kansas and rains have given sufficient water un- to them was constitutional. This de pon or registered bonds of the United Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di- the Chickens what was Pokin its hed til spring. arrhoea Remedy. After using two up Between the. Slats of its Box. Hahtfobo, Ky. For Ohio County Teacher's Associa- Oklahoma wheat is being pastured to cislon resulted in the dissolution of states la sucn lorm as he may pre- bottles of the 25 cent size he was After we got a Bord fixt to Lay the Will practice his profession In the tion to be held at Narrows School a, considerable extent. The reports joint traffic associations and other scribed, in denominations oi $50 or cured. I give this testimonial, hopSheriff's Sale for Taxes." generally indicate increased acreage. the courts ol Ohio and adjoininr House, December 16, 1S99. any multiple thereof, bearing Interest ing some one similarly afflicted may Chicken s Hcd on paw says tomjrj combinations ot railroad companies. counties. Also Notary Public. "Now you take the chicken The following statements, relating But it did not difine the bearing of the at the rate of 2 per centum per annum, read It and be benefited. Thomas C. 9:3010:00, Opening exercises. By virtue of taxes due the State of law upon payable quarterly, such bonds to be Bower, Glencoe, O. For sale by Z. put its Hed on the bord arid Shot (1) Primary Grades in mainly to the winter wheat,have been anything but transporta10:0011:00, m TS2 JSTJESJ9lJLm, yonr Eyes." . payable at the pleasure of the United Wayne Griffin & Bro. Reading, Miss Dora Gibson, C.W. forwarded by State section directors, Kentucky and county of Ohio for the tion. year 1899 I will offer for sale at the I Done mi pait alt Rite. Bat let States after thlity years trom the date Mosely and N. B. White. (2) Ad. and are based upon a large number of DECISION IS SWEEPINO WANTED. ; Several persons for District Office about the time paw Got redy to Ce vanced Reading, Z. H. Shultz, Morton special reports collected near the close Conrt House door in Hartford, Ky., To day's decision is much more of their Issue, and said bonds to be HARTFORD, KY. of the month In the principal winter on Monday, Jan. 1, 1900, the follow- sweeping. It upholds the right cf payable, principal and interest, in Managers in this State to represent me ivuwu wuu me riaicnet me papft Will practice his profession in all Holbtook and J. H. Magan. inthelrownandsurroundingcounties ing named lands, viz: Sale will be- Congress to legislate the Courts ol Kentucky. Special atagainst combi- gold coin of the present standard val- Willing to pay early f6oo, payable jumped at the chicken and it gerked 11:0012:00. Spelling, Its impor- wheat States: and the Hatchet split open one Side ue, and to be exempt from the pay- weekly. Desirable employment Texas Weathergenerally favorable gin at one o'clock p. m. tention givrn to collections, settle-we- nt tance and method of teaching, L. W. nations of manufacturers which are in with ot decedent's ettntes, road cases Godsey, Alvye Johnson and D. P. for seeding and germination of wheat; AETNAVIIXB PRECINCT. restraint of commerce bttween the ment of all taxes or dues of the United unnsual opportunities. References ex- of Its Hed and. it Give a tumble Office up snd criminal practice. heavy local rains in the northwest Tit payers nm. Acres. Til & Cost. states. Moseley. The particular combination States, as well as from taxation in any changed. Enclose addressed stamped Skowk and paw's fasegot Dethly pall stairs next door to Oriflin'sdrug store. S. A. portion, however, retarded farm work Dean, Gny M . . . . 91 upon which the court passed was that form by or under state municipal or envelope. Chicago. Park, 320 Caxton and he Set Down on a Box and sed 12:001:00, Noofc Building, 19 i6t purtly Feable: 46 1:00 2:00, Civics. Its importance and washed up somewhat; seeding Fields, Mate of the manufacturers of iron pipe. The local Authority. "Git that Dawg out of Here." Provided, Tbat none of such outcompleted southern in portion, Harbourtjas. Adm'r for as a public school branch, R. C Jar A Gift to Give. was brought in the United States case, So I let go of the chicken and the ATTQeNIY and COUNSELLOR it IAW, 3S District Court ot Tennessee. nagin, Jno B. Taylor and Aurora but continues In northwest portion; H.P.Hamilton's heirs n It al- standing bonds shall be received In (NOTARY I'UBLIC) acreage Increased; stand excellent and Dean, Guy M. It is often difficult to decide what to pupp made a Grab for It, and it flew Storms. leged that this combination of manus exchange at a valuation greater than KRNIUCKY. HARTFORD.- crop promising, although much is &J. W. Fields . . 302 89 26 facturers ol pipe was In violation oi their present worth to yield an income get your friends for holiday gifts. at Paw and He Struck at It, But the A review of Evangaline, 2:002:20, Will practice his profession in all blud went all Over Him, and little per centum per annum, and Here is a suggestion: late. Collier. Jno. S . . . 62tf 4 80 the act passed by Congress In 189, of 2 the courts ol Ohio ami adjoinln? coun- y.C5MStv 2:20 3:00, Compulsory Educational Was Bollen like if It was Hira -- W.VSJ5 and said bonds shall be issued at not less Arkansas The hot, dry weather Brar, Fiddillls .' I"Vl6-- ' Good morning, Jennie, I have known as the Sherman anti-tru- st ties and the Court of Appeals. Prompt Law. Is it deslrabk? James and not the chicken wiat Got Hnrt, 56 attention given to all business entrust-t- Jas. A. DufTand C.Soper. DeWeese, and the condition of the ground at the Mattlngly, A. D 3 10 law. Senator Sherman was the auth than par. brought you a nice present," said his care. And provided further, That such Gertrude, as she handed her friend a and maw was upstares screemin Like 20 2 80 or of It. The trusts ignored the law. 3:004:1)0, General business and beginning of the season prevented to McCarty, Jno. G Office in Republican building. n cat with its Tale cot in the Dore a great extent the preparation of the Miles, Chas. V. . . . 206 adjournment. 10 85 When the railroad test case, starting bonds when issued shall be numbered neatly wrapped package. toTAll other connty papers please ground for winter wheat. The recent Same for 1898 . . . . 150 4 85 from the United States District Court consecutively in th,e order of their is The pale, weary looking girl, who Crack, and the other chicken Got out JOHN T RONE, and tbay was cackel Lun like if they copy. Fon Rogers, 1 rains, which were general, were of the Dean, Mary J. T. Smith in Kansas, wps brought here, the most sue, and when payment is made the was slowly recovering from severe illO M Shultz 62 )i greatest benrfit ; the crop now shows Agt 3 10 eminent lawyers In the east appeand last numbers issued shall be first paid ness, opened the bundle and held up had jist Lade about a Duzzen aigs T. I Morton. J ci:.NTt.uriiv., ky. a marked improvement, and, on tae McDaniel, Sol B. 1 2 10 and elaborate arguments were made and this order shall be followed until a large bottle oi clear, rich medicine. apeece and was Glad of it. 50 In all In Wilt pracllealu Then paw Bralst up and HItt the the bonds are paid, and whenever any whole, is in fine condition for this Payne, Henry L 2 50 tbat the Sherman act was unconstitu30 "Hood's Sarsaparllla!" she exroarlanroiito Mini mijoliiliiir e.ninlle-na- il A SURE CURE FOR CROUP. Pupp with the Fnrnes poker and of the outstanding bonds are called claimed, TOWN LOTS season of the year ; reports indicate t'unrl ol Apii'M-- . ftprclHl nllru-lla- u tional. The conrt unstained the act "I have been reading about eollrelloua. unite In W. Pupp Got Discnrridged and Went up that a larger acreage than usual has Parson, Jno one town lot 3 10 in its relation to common carriers, and for payment the Interest shall cease it today and wished I had a bottle." A. Itoim iimIIiIIuk. Twonty-flv- o Years' Constant been sown. three months after the call. Stinnett, Wm one town lot 4 25 now applies it to manufacturers. On New Yeat's Day Jennie was able to wbar maw was and me and paw Uso Wlthouta Failure. Provided further, That the Secre- to be out on the street, and to her went chasen the chickens around thru Tennessee Wheat acreage the largCENTERTOWN PRECINCT. In this pipe case the District Court tary of the Treasury may, In his dis- friends who remarked how well she the Basement over the Cole and under est in many years ; favorable soil and Miller, R. 50 4 80 of Tennessee decided in favor of the The first Indication of croup Is Boxes and in the Corners whare it was 4 25 manufacturers. 1 be Couit of Appeals cretion, pay out of any money In the was looking she simply said, "Hood's hoarseness, and In a child subject to weather conditions promoted good Morebead,Mrs.Mattie B 60 , ILiim-oitDtreasury not otherwise appropriated Sarsaparllla," and every oneofthem So Dark you coulden't git your Breth Kv. that disease it may be taken as a suir germination and rapid growth ; pres1IEFLIN PRECINCT. for the Sixth circuit reversed the deSpecial attention given tn all business sign of the approach of an attack. ent prospects very flatterlng,although Early, Hirman L . . 120 the difference between the present knew it was this great medicine that without striken a match, and putty 10 30 cision ol the District Court and suseutrusted to bis cere. OOico in Court Following this hoarseness is a pecul- in eastern and middle divisions much Sklllman, W. R . . . 48 Soon paw seen one of Them Skroogen 10 tained the constitutionality of the law worth, computed as aforesaid, of the had given back her health, 4 iar rough cough. If Chamberlain's House. Down Behind sum Barls, and he went outstanding bonds surrendered in ac Cough Remedy is given as soon as damage to early crop by fly Is reportHORSTf BRANCH PRECINCT. and now the United States Supreme to make a kwick grab fer it. But cordance with the provisions of this the child becomes hoarse, or even af- ed; in somn sections unfavorable soil Elsler, Wm 5 90 Court upholds the decision ot the apjoo E. LEES1MMERMAN, dlden't notis a Bord what was naled act and their par value. ter the croupy cough appears, It will conditions delated planting and some Haven, Ansel is acre two T lots 9.16 pellate court. prevent the attack. It Is used in fields are yet unseeded ; late wheat up to hold one end of a shelf, and hit NATIONAL BANKS MAGAN PRECINCT. Some significance attaches to the many thousands ot homes in this promising. bis bed agin it That upon deposit by national bankHartford, Kt. heirs Ellis 104 broad land and never disappoints the 4 25 fact tbat Justice Peckbam, the New I dunno whether the sound I Herd ing associations of any bonds of the ocKentucky Mild weather with Will practice his profession in all the anxious mothers. We have yet to Brand, Jno. W . . . 25 3 10 York member of the court, announced from the other End of the Baismunt United States under the provisions of Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties lear ol a single instance In which It casional rain during the month was SMAIX1IOUSE PRECINCT. the decision. By reason of past asso- sections 5159 and 5160 of the Revised was when his hed hit the Bord or Collections carofnlly and promptly at- has not proved effectual. No other just what was needed for winter wheat; 14 70 ciations and environment, Mr. Justice Statutes when he set Down on the hard flore. tended to. Office with T. J. Smith preparations can show such a record-tw- enty the crop was generally sown late, but Finch, W. L . . . .220 of the United States, such asfive years' constant use withCurtley.Jno. A . . . 140 & Co., Market Btreot. ,590 Peckham might be expected to con sociations shall be entitled to receive Meb'jy it mite of Bin both, He Done out a failure. For sale by Z. Wayne the favorable weather bas advanctd it Morris, T. C& A. T. no 8 05 cede all just rights to capital. He de from the Comptroller ot the Currency them so near together. Griffin & Bro. so tbat It is in good condition to stand m J. E. DAVIDSON, clared as the opinion of the court that circulating notes of different denomiHARTFORD PRECINCT. When the nabers what Herd maw the winter. Helsley, Mrs. M.T . . 7' Skreemnn come and see paw settett 4 80 the constitutional clause providing lor nations In blank, registered and counThroo Boers a Day, or Missouri Weather bas been excepthe regulation ot interstate commerce tersigned, as provided by existing A Woman BUFORH PRECINCT. thare with a Wild Look and Chicken Hartford, Ky., tionally favorable for winter wheat, Hudson, Isaac B!ud and Durt all over bis fals I gess 51 Only Knows Will practice his profession in Ohio One barrel of flour, 5 90 does apply to individuals and corporlaw, equal in ftce value to the par and the crop Is generally in excellent Pate, Lucy A . ',' . . 50 and adjoining counties. Special attbey thot he Had bin up against the what anfftrtng from falling-- ot tn 3 10 ations generally as well as to trans value of the bonds so deposited ; and jo pounds of sugar, condition; in some districts, however, womb, whlt.i, painful or Irregular tention given to all business entrusted portatlnn companies. CROMWELL PRECINCT. This Is the national banklug associations now hot end of a nexploshen of sum kind. men.es, or any dlMa of tbo dUttncU 20 pounds of corn starch, the growth has been so rank and the l.minina organ, it. a man nmy ajrinpa to his care. sweeping feature of the decision and holding bonds on deposit for the seLeach, Joseph heirs . . 10 1 95 So thay helped him up stares and , 10 quarts of beans, but thli a or 1(7goes nm can not jtnow tha an agonies throuffh tha terrlbla opens a field to Congress to legislate curity of circulating notes less in face TOWN LOTS. maw pade the milkman thutty sentx hams, 4 twelve-poun- d ufl.rlng, bo patient! born., which HP. roba her of beautjr, hop and happl Brown, Richard one town lot 2 10 upon the sulject cf trusts. to kill the chicking. 10 pounds of macaroni, value than the par value cf the bonds, Yet tbia suffering rcall U nc. ATTORNEY-A- T LA W, Beedleas. Harrel, Mike one town lot When thay was put on the Table a 1 bushel of sweet potatoes, WILL ENCOURAGE LEGISLATION. 3 10 or which may hereafter have, such roiumvn.L,!:, KKNTUCUY. FORDSVILLE PRECINCT. Sundy paw purtended he Haden't 10 pounds of codec, The action of the couit has been the bonds on deposit, shall be entitled, Will practice bis profession in all the Johnston, A. B never herd of them Before, and about 237 5 90 sulject of much comment That it upon due application to the Comptrol 10 pounds o' raisins, courts of Ohio and adjoining counties 1 75 Bennon, E G . . . . 6 the Time he was Beginnln to Eat the 10 pounds of crackers, and Court of Appeals. Special atwill greatly encourage anti trust leg- ler Currency, to receive additional clr 3 60 50 No woman can be too careful of Dean, W. J tention given to collections. Office, nicest peace of white meet thay was 100 bars of soap, culating notes in blank to an amount islation by this Congress is the coma . . . . 80 530 her condition during the period be- Whltlerjno. T , next door to Post Office. in the hole Biznrss I says: will banish it This medicine turkeys, which will increase the aggregate val 3 twelve-poun- d 20 2 40 mon sentiment. fore her little ones are born. Neglect Richards, Jos II cures all ' ' female diseases ' ' quickTOWN LOTS. "Paw." ueof the circulating notes held by 5 quarts of cranberries, In reviewing the case Justice Peck-haor improper treatment then endandoes away ly and permanently. It P X, FRUX J EDWIN ROWS. 2 10 "What?" he ast. 10 bunches of celery, gers her life and that of the child. It Morman, D. C. one town lot with humiliating physical examisaid that the case bad been such astociatlons to the par value of lies with her whether she shall suffer Monarch, M V. three town lots 5 30 brought nations. The treatment may be "Do you think it Hurt the Chicken 10 pounds of prunes, under the anti-truact of the bonds deposited, null additional 3 10 taken at home. There is not con. unnecessarily, or whether the ordeal Basham, James one town lot mutch to go floppen around with its 4 doten oranges, in the 2 60 l8oo,and that an injunction was asked notes t be he d and tinual expense and trouble. The easy. Hlatk, C. C one town lot shall be made comparatively bed hafl cutoff that wajf" I says. 10 pounds oi mixed nuts. sufferer is cured and ilays curtd. to enjoin the six corporations engaged same way ns ciiculating notes of naMCHENRY PRECINCT She had better do nothing than do Wine of Cardulis becoming the Then paw lade Down his nife and Four big barrels, heaped up, and in something wrong. Jackson, Mrs. Mary one town lot 3 10 in the manufacture of water and gas tional binklng nssocl-tmheretolote HARTFORD, KY. leading remedy for all troubles of same Maddox, wllse fork and Loked like you feel when 3 75 pipe which composed the combination Will practice in the Courts, of Ohio the bottom of the last barrel a purse ct to all the previsIssued nnd this class. It costs but x from any Caldwell, Sandy same countyand Court of Appeals! Prompt with two pockets. In one pocket a druggist you til toSwaller a Dose of Caster 310 from continuing to do business under ions ol exiiting law tfTtciing such COOL6PRINGS PRECINCTS. For advice in cases requiring attention given to all business enoil So I Saled up ml appetite and gold piece, marked "A the agreement by which they bad di- notes Jackson, James A'dm'r address, tho special directions, care, Office in Herald trusted to our Got the peece of white meet He was dress for mother;" In the other pocket "Ladles AdvUory Department," Provided, that nothiug herein shall bep. Taylor, dee'd .130 4 80 vided the territory oi the United States building The Chattanooga Medicine Co., too proud to Eat. Georgie, in the COOL SPRINGS PRECINCT. a ten dollar bill, marked "To buy among themselves and by which they be construed to modify or repeal the Chattanooga, Tenn. Bunch, Lou Guard'n Chicago Times Herald. shoes fir the children." provisions of sections 5167 and 5171 Is the one and the only preparation T, bad arranged to fix prices. MIU. C.J. WEST. Nahllta,Tnn- J.,C T &Annte Bunch 245 18 00 'Thl. wonderful mdkfa.ouaht wrltaa Men, look at tbatlistl that is safe to use. It Is a liniment Under this agreement the members of the Revised Statutes ol the United to b. la .very hou whe r. there are gula The Southern Railway. An editor prints his paper to give that penetrates from the outside, Butler, G SELECT PRECINCT. What is It? 283 9 90 ol the combination provided for auc States, authorizing the Comptroller of ftrouf ft light But 8oMirn Stattt his patrons the news ot the day and External applications are eternally Balre, Mrs.C L. A Is what three beers a day That 3 10 tioning ofl the right to make bids for the Currency tj require additional de75 Kentucky, Vlra;liiln,NoiillH'iu. medicines are radiright. Internal for the money theie is in it. He Is SOOTH ROCKPORT. IIiim, AlnbninH, Trimear, think would buj I cally wrong. They are tnoro tbtn supplying with pipe cities not in al- posits of bonds or ol lawful money in Wanted-- An to know o( eome wht he writes, Idea Who eaa .lmpja presumed generally ofdoes. When Brown, J 12 45 Nwrlu Cnrolliin, (Jeorgln, 97J ttiBglopel.ntf and be Do you hear that, drinking men? humbugs they endanger life. case the market value of the bonds he lotted territory, the successful bidder mid !IIImIjI. SHRBV8 PRECINCT Mother's Friend helps the muscles ' raMO, aixn-- .. writes as he does in tbe Leader Cou rler, .itiin ?YAia.uvnn Three beers a day would buy tbat tor th.lr Jno, 2 40 to meet 110 opposition from ether held to secure their circulating notes nni. WMblMtca. P. Oh UTeatloaa gl.au prla oaer Osceola Mills, Pa., without fee 6463 Miles. Thiec Daily Trains to relax and expand naturally re Basham, W, A T , . . 10 eU lUi of two hundred waoiati or hope whole list, and a , dress for lleves morning sickness removes Daltou, 8 00 members of the trust, or if other bids 190 Between Lnnlsvilleand Lexof rewsrd, that "Chamberlain's Congh BEAVER DAM PRECINCT. mother and ten dollars worth oi shoes the cause of nervousness and head ington Observation Chair Tho SIckMado Woll. wefe made none of them should be Remedy acts magically, and we have Cars, Trains leave and ar9 20 higher than that of the company to for the children thrown in. prevents hard and rising Buskill, Jno one town lot ache found none better in our household. UBDA PRECINCT. ? Have you any pain, orache.or rive Louisville from Seventh If you have a cough, try It," it may Every drinking man that buys three breasts shortens labor and lessens Bennett, Geo. W Is often a warning that the liver Is 20 3 6o ' which the award bad been made by Does your blood show tbat it be acceped as an honest expression, Depot, conStreet Unlori wore serious torpid or inactive, beers a day could send to his home the pains and helps the patient to ) the combination. In cages In which BARTLBTT PRECINCT. contains Impurities? Are you nervous? worthy of credence. For sale by Z. necting with trains of the rapid recovery, such a Christmas donation every year. efficient cure of Headache and all 3 90 bids were asked In territory allotted 50 Do yon lack snap and activity of mind Wayne Griffin & Bro, Illinois Central Rallroadand From a letterbyaShrevenort, La-- , Martin, Addis tn llror troubles, take 4 80 to memters of the combination the body? Are you easily tired? Have you Fathers, look at that list! woman: have been using your Sklllman, O. P, Ad'm'r 93 L H- & St L Railway. 214 lost ambition? Is there any unnatural 755 agreement was that no bids should be wonderful remedy, Mother's Friend, Sklllman, O P. Brothers, read it carefully! For Information, Address drain upon your system? Is every or $ 90 for the last two months, and find it Yates, Matilda. , . , 166 Show it to mother! made except under the supervision of OLATON PRECINCT. While thejr rouia the liver, rettore A. Wtiioa, P. 1 1. ., 216 4 th in, UiUiilli, Kj gan performing its proper (unction? just as recommended." I full, reftitar action ot the bowcli, Show It to the children! Shulten, Jno. J . ,'.,151 In other words t Are you a peifectly 591 the company in charge of that terriWat. H, Tljtoi, Au!;tnt 0. f. A., Uulsillli, K; tliey do not gripe or pain, do not DrariliU Ml) It at f I ptr btttte, I to (ort.l rour (mi, GUXrilUR SPRINGS PRECINCTstrong, active, vigorous, healthy, baf Ask them how they would like such Irritate or Inflame the Internal organt, tory under the agreement Sato remote et.rr eora Vtr.A.THRH J.M.('Vl.f, every time without aala or 8 10 Turner, Wm two town lot potltlre tonlo effect. 25c but have a py man or woman? If not, yousUoui THE BRADFIELD RCaULATOR CO, a donation for Christmas next jear. 01 ST OF TUB DECISION harm. Bold ar all druacUta, Uru.l'itMAcI N'a'r. at all drugsiits or by mall of All taxes not paid before day of vale delay one day before yon consult not ATLANTA, UA. or Bulled (or 14 U bia. WANHINQTON.D V. C. I. Hood A. Co., Lowull, Uass. Three beers a day will buy ill estern The charge was that such a combl-- 1 6 per cent will be added, Sheriff comUIANT CHKMIOAL CO J, Nbwton Hathaway, M. D,, S.u4 tar oar fr llluitr.t.d bosk. Christian Advocate. 1M mission. "B(n Utbj U Uera." nation was a violation of the clause of Cktrwr W--. rMU. 8. T. Stevens, 8, O. C. Church St,, Nashville, Teon tf 309 j, T JOHN P. MORTON freeze might cause serious injury; lit. OPINION. ' Attorney-a- Law pee-Pt- ATSOJtJfJil Kidneys, Liver and Bowels CtrrtMUALLX ;'"WII d. Attorney at Law, lriD wayi(fcras kKjte Attorney at Law To ui?rniaTgSyrvpS Attorney at Law, J jjar3.r Attorney at Law, X3. I J. S. R. Wedding, .... J.;. at-b- ... ... ATTORNEY AT LAW irlrln ... .... at'" the' Attorney at Law, It Attorney at Iaw .... ' Attorney at Law, .... ... &. Rotoy, - Be Careiui ... McELREE'S. Wiic 01 Cordul m Rowe & Felix, st tie-ite- five-doll- ar MOTHER'S FRIEND inj ' , ... I five-doll- ar .... ... .ui. I ... I HemtiMoho weak-ness- - "I Hood's Pill I It's BLISS' - rl Se$e -W- M - -"- - Ifll -- If Ms. I 111 iiiMH iiisg Hartford Republican. 0fle, tewiul-rtji- V i .(III IJIpinitppiAlJIilJ. i . RWpW m H HI. t hundred strong to Gocbelize the city. gnrd the law nnd elect the Goebcl Tho Fruits of Contests. In that city alono to say nothing of s ticket. Tiieso men wero honest and hwti fmaui by (ft. Hatlford Pub. Co .Incdrporatid Is it to be expected that Democrats, tho vast number of men disfranchised deserve great pralto from tho pcoplo nOQERS FON and LON Editors of tho citato for tho performance of after haviug defeated themselves in in other sections of the Stato, at least 7lep3oxio33vLalxiaoB 33, their duties 10 courageously. It is ru- their own election, will question tho eight thousand of legal voters were Entered it Hartford postofflci is s mail matter mored now that iIicmi gentlemen will validity of that election? At present standing in lino to vote when the polls s FRIDAY, DECKUUER 15 and sutler this seems to be the stato of aflaira closed, disfranchised by Intficient or rttlgn ss thnt unscrupulous 1'oyniz to appoint with Kentucky Democrats. There is intentionly slow clerks. Who doubts iri all Kentucky, that of that number one hundred preCampaign of this latter day Dem their successors, which course would not a sensible ocracy, like the one just closed, will furever blacken the characters ol or elsewhere fur that matter, but that cincts were Republicans? Yet notover drive the fortunes ol that party Messrs I'ryor and Ellis. For Poyntz knotrs that tho recent election was withstanding these facts known to all before the tetnpest of public opinion to gain control of tho State commis- held and conducted by Democrats of somo unscrupulous Goebel papers and Goebel type. Is it logical to con many of his faithful henchmen aro liko clouda before the storm. . sion would mean the gravest crimes the clude, that tho Republicans could havo claiming that tho Republicans stole of outlawry to be After nil the treachery ofiGoebel tbe people. It is practiced against committed fraud when Democrats tho election. Actually and in fact to bo hoped that his henchmen he lost out by 2,383 and Pryor and Ellis will be faithful to the we' in lu majority everywhere? In stole the election from n set of men points. Honesty is by far the best polwho wanted office as bad as the Goeend and that the election for once is every county throughout this Com SPECIALTY CHRONIC DISEASES icy, and wo should advie Mr, Qoebel -3 settled. These gentlemen have vind- monwealth the election commissions belites. Before tho election an host to adopt this plan in the future. 'Vtt woro Democratic. Iu every precinct of "stumpers'' swarmed the Btate like icated themselves and tho law. It is " and "l'r"sectns singularly strange that indeed a tribute to the majesty of the the Democratic party had tho advan- the pest of locusts of old, everyone Qoebel should seek the Governor's law. It truly stifiles the progress of tage or at least equal show. At tbe from Billie Bryan to goods box law fountain-heaof the commission at yers telling tho people of the frauds Suffering from Chronic Diseases kmWaW chair since he was defeated by the' ad- fraud and chicanery, and will doubt Frankfort were nothing save Goebel committed by the Republicans in '96, are Invited to I of his own law by bis own less have its effect upon the rulings of ministration the men a ho presido over political partisans. And yet, in spite of all the but that their like they should never lieutenants. Evidently he has no conventions, luis act ot these gen disadvantages under which the Repub seo again. Goebel said in every in man. tlemen has given a profound sense of lican party labored, it won a remark- speech since ho began looking after able vicrory and its leaders are charged gubernatorial honors that Republican Goebel' mused it in calculation. relief to every honest Kentuckian, of fraud, force and corruption. In frauds of 'KG necessitated his election He failed to get the people whero he Woodson Heard From. spite of the fact that county commishad the Music Hall convention. He law. Again, "They may do the vot and Consult Him by Letter Free sions nnd precinct election officers ing, but we will do the counting." declared that he would do the count of Charge. were crowded with Goebelites, the Well, the poor unfortunates must All communications are held as But a few days since tho "would-bing, but tbe echoes 01 .November m sacredly remind him that the people were look- important" Urey Woodson announced Republican party is charged of buy- bavo some ono to accuse. Every confidential and all answers are reporier in Chicago that if Mr. ing and coercing these trusted servants word of such accuzation is maliciously to a ing on. sent In plain envelopes, with ' Goebel was defeated when the votes in all manners of fraud. It is further false, but if in such they find an sooth' out prlntlai upon them. she has to assume tbe Poor woman, of the State bad been canvassed by the charged that the voters of Louisville iug unction for then troubled and responsibilities for all man's misfor-- j State election commission, the election were intimidated by the Governor and Artu DR. R. V. PIERCE, tunes. Father Adam charged Mother would be ended. That board has met State militia, that fair and impartial weary souls. Tbe Republican party i DUFFALO, N. V. a rejoices to say "Go get it, boys." s n..iA.1 kd ..- -., and fnl! 1? Sit. I i x. wiw nav.og e un. u u.. awardcd tho certificates of elec vote could not bo had. This charge when Uongrees snail navo rami tion to the Republican ticket, which is unfounded and the man who argues Attention, Teachers. tertained to dinner Colonel Howe, Ma brother Roberts out the capitol's door, they said gave them great pain to do, it is no better than the man who coius jor Carson and other officers. doubtless lay all his he, too, will It is desired that Ohio county be Yesterday Admiral Sir John nnd but under the law they could not do the charge. The militia was not called troubles at the feet of woman. otherwise. Now, since the election out until 7 o'clock, three hours alter represented by a large delegation of Lndy Fisher entertained to dinner at her enthusiastic teachers in the next the Admiralty House, Colonel Howe, The teachers of tho county are was duly held and Goebel is defeated every vote had been cast. This state State Association which meets at Lou- Major Carson and Mr. Grout; after by the people, it remains to bo seen ment is undisputed by all, no matter to the next associalooking forward isville during the holidays. There will watds they proceeded to the Palace tion anticipating the most interesting what that political outlaw will rescrt how bitter a partisan he may be. The The de- Republican party is further charged be represented in that association the where they were the guests of His session yet held. The teachers who to in tho way of a contest. best talent of our own and sister States. Excellency tbe Governor in a musical are interested in their work say thnt generated Blackburn and the degrad- with having bribed men everywhere The officials in charge are making ev- "At Home." association must and shall livo. ed Young, respectively Chairman of and in this way it was impossible that tho General Weeks formerly Quarter possible arrangement for the comAre you one of those?. If not, will you the Goebelcratio Campaign and Stato free and fair 'elections could had. It ery Master General of the United States one nt tho next Central committees, called the com. is doubtless known to all who enter fort and enjoyment of the teachers. not make yourself You may never have a better oppor- Army is on board the Thomas en route meeting? As the rose depends upon mittees to meet at Frankfort yester- politics that money is wrongfully used attend a great educational to Manila to study the situation there. day to determine tho wisdom of a con- for campaign purposes that one party tunity so the association sun nnd shower, His Excellency the Commander in meeting, neither can you have the adWe ven is equally as bad as its rivals. It is a upon tho teacher's interest and test before the legislature. Chief accompanied by General Lord vantage of a more pleasant outing at influence. Let every teacher be pres- ture to assert that this action of the known fact that in a town in this Congleton, commadlng Infantry Briglost Goebel will be condemned by ev county an old gentleman, crippled and so little cost. Your entire expenses ade, Colonel J. Spencer Deputy Adjuent at the Narrows ery honest and honorable man. The maimed for life had every vestige of for the round trip heed not exceed tant General, Colonel Nugent D.A.G. Previous to the election Blackburn people of Ohio county are not much his household, including bis family, sevendol!ars. .Lay aside the cares of and their respective Staff reviewed the said: "If there is any stealing done in love with contests and those con moved across the street on the even- the school room for a short time to United States' troops on the Floriana in this election, the Republicans will testing aie not regarded with any ing before the election, against his enjoy any educational feast. A com Parade ground at 10:30 a. m. yester not do it." What did he mean ? He great degree of honesty and fairness. protest, by a Democratic lieutenant, pany of eight or ten have already day. meant that Goebel'a henchmen would The "parrot" Woodson comments on and in addition to this benevolent and agreed to go. May we not swell the Despite the heavy downpour of rain do the stealing. Mr, Goebcl declared: the possibilities of a contest and de unsolicited double act of charity the number to twenty.five? For particus several ladles were amongst the large "I have them (the Republicans) right clares that if there should be a con- same old gentleman as offered some- lars concerning the trip, address Prof. number cf spectators, Admiral Sir where I had that convention," also, test that it will be an act of the party thing more enticing than to be moved O. M. Shultz or myself, Hartford, John Fisher And Rear Admiral Sir G Noel were alno present besides great Very truly, "You can't out count me and you and not Mr. Goebel. Mr. Woodson if he would cross the street with his Ky. number of officers Naval and Military Fok Rociers, Co. Supt. can't count me out." In the face of knew this to be a malicious falsehood family and household plunder on that The Band of the 3d Royal Warwickthese assertions it would be the most when ho wrote it. The Democratic same ovening and spend the night fn How's This? shire Regiment met the regiment at disgraceful act in the history of the party is surely sick of Goebel as a the same town, but in another preWe offer One Hundred Dollars Re Calcara Gate and placed it to the Pa Democratic party to contest Taylor's leader and in no sense can it as a par- cinct. For what purpose ? That his ward for any case of Catarrh that can rade ground. election." Nobody but unscrupulous ty bear the responsibility of a contest vote might be lost. not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Several ladles and officers called politicians and liorse editors will advo- before the legislature. F. J. Ciibncv & Co., Prop'rs, If any parly In the face of numerous acts similar upon us and exptessed themselves deToledo, Ohio. cate a contest before the legislature. is averse to contesting Gov. Taylor in character to this, tho Republican lighted with the reception they met We, the undersigned' have known SSBSSmSffiBffiBSSK and the entire ticket, it is certainly party is charged with force and fraud. F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and with here from alt classes of the comGov. Tayix)r enters upon tbe dis the Democratic party. Editoi Wood- By whom? By those who are most believe him perfectly honorable in all munity. of his duties as Governor uncharge We learn that the ship whtlston her son has declared that Goebel would guilty themselves. If Goebel, Black- business transactions and financially der mest favorable circumstances, and not contest if tbe certificate were de- burn & Company want to contest, let able to carry out any obligations made way met with stiff weather and while is yet in by their firm. we feel sure that Kentucky at Gibraltar damaged the anchor nied him, yet he comes out in tbe them contest and Kentucky will give West & TruRX.WbodesaleDruggist, good bands. Wo recommend, unconMcKinley 50,000 majority next No- Toledo.O. Walding.Rlnnau & Mar ?ln, winch they had to heave up by man Meamger and attempts to lay the reof the State ditionally, to the people ual labor which requited five hours to sponsibility of contesting at the door vember. Lees than two years ago, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. as their Governor, in whom all trust Halls CatarrbCure is taken internal- - accomplish. There are on board 1306 of the Democratic party and to shield Mr, G. B. Likens, Being defeated at and care is imposed, tho man who so ly.nctlng directly upon tbe blood and officers and men besides a strong con his associate and leader, William Goe- the polls, sought to dethrone Mr. Sam mucous surfaces of tbe system. Price creditably discharged the duties of the of Hospital nurses and other a Andorson from the Circuit Court 75c. per bottle. Sold by all druggists. tlngent A. Attorney General's office during the bel, from the odium of a contest, details. Clerk's chair through a process of con' Testimonials free Blackburn and past four years. Gov. Taylor is a man We wish Cotonel Howe officers and Hall's Family Pills are the best. Goebel have tried the patience of their test in a Democratic court, and as a in whom the people of Kentucky can men of the 47th Volunteer Regiment of this contest Ohio county now Why will people buy "Cheap John" God Speed" and hope to see them place implicit confidence. He is a party until patienco has ceased to be a result virtue and now that same party is gives a Republican majority of 600, rewiug machines when they can get back again on their war to their man ascending from the lowly walks the Singer for 10 cents a day? homes. Woodson, to bear with whereas it was Democratic. Tho Reof life to an exalted place in the na urged by Mr. Gross Williams, Agent. The transport Meade with the 4 id Extra line of Pocket Books, ranging in price, 50c, 75c and $1 00 these political outlaws yet a little publican party deals fairly with all tion's history and is therefore worthy Volunteers Regiment left New York Ladles' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, 10c. Better quality, 15c Nicest aslonger. The laoguage of the OweuB-bo- ro individuals and when defeat comes it and tbe transport Logan sortment ever shown In Hartlord at 25c, 35c, 4 x: and 5"C on the 15th the confidence of the whole people. with the4ist Volunteer Regiment left See our line ol Xmas Gloves, ranging iu price. 25c to $1 00. Messenger on the contest is as fol- graciously accepts it and sets out to f Alls. M DM CUIti ITNlHt All IIS Good. Ua6 LJ With an united effort upon the part of lough Syrup. TutH LJ on Monday last both for Manila and Rl See our beautiful display of the newest and latest things In ladles' Ties, discover the cause, but docs not at lows: TrJ Ultima . Hold br dnwrl.u. m tbe peopta, bis administration will be both will call here. Chronicle, Valet-ta- , Ladles' and Misses Rain Coats and Mclntoshea in great variety. "Mr.Goebel is personally very much tempt to ileal the hard earned prize of qgKsEsK d Hose, ribbed Hosiery in demand. Ladles' black cotton Hose, Malta, Nov. 22, 1899. recorded in history as one of tho most wool Hose, at low prices. averse to carrying a contest for the its helpless opponent. This contest is prosperous tbe State ever saw. From Colobratlon of Marrlago AnniOur line of Corsets speaks for Itself, being composed ol tbe R. H., H. & the cabin to tho chief magistracy of Governorship into the legislature. He coming, Uus (i. Uoulter bas already II the New Woman, Mignonette, etc. versary. has given up nearly a year of his served notice on John S. Sweeney, the iiuiiuu ho is wending his way as and others will follow. time to his campaign to the utter neg- Auditor-elec- t, Dr. J. S. Coleman and wife will keep others have done in former times. lect of his private business. The mere Tho Republicans are prepared to meet open house, and be at home to their A handsome Dress Pattern makes a sensible Xmas present. holding of the office of Governor has every issue that may be presented. friends on Christmas day, Dec. 25, At Frankfort Tueslay wero See our line of Covert Cloths, Plaids, Serges. Novelty Suitlnps, Henriettas, the closing tcenes of the most never been such a coveted prize, in his They have beep declared elected by a 1899, it being tbe 22d anniversary of Poplins, etc. s, Our black dress goods must be seen to be appreciated, composed of economical and successful administra eyes, tie has been striving to carry Democratic commission, in an election their marriage. Casslmers, Broadcloths, Mohairs, etc. A nice line ol striped and figBy reason of ageand infirmities they tion of Stato affairs that Kentucky has out certain great reforms in legisla held by Democrats, and now for any ured Outing Cloths anJ Planneletts, 10c per vard. enjoyed in n half century. There has tion. To achieve this would be far member of that party to offer a con- are no longer able, as in the years have lining is strictly up Our Are you frequently hoarser Sateen line of sklttfancy, ranging In price to date 10c We 20c per it in Brocaded een more business about the closing more gratifying to him than to sit in test would be the bight of folly. He that are passed, to ttavel and visit yard to and also In from Do you have that annoying friends as it would be their deWe wish to call your especial attention to our line of Ladies' end Gents administration than any other since the executive chair for four years. It challenges the honesty of the election their tickling In your throat? Would Furnishings for Xmas. It you Intend giving n nice Xmas present, don't unto helium days. From chaos the this could be done without the aid and officers, or else bo hopes to succeed in light to do. Dr. Coleman, having you feel relieved if you could fail to see this line before you purchase. spent 46 years in unremitting labots S ate has advanced to the exulted iu spilo of the opposition of the execu- stealing the election. Tbe days of the raise something? Does your p'ain of financial health and order. tive, he would be entirely satisfied. Roman Nero may soon dawn upon and hardships among the people of cough annoy you at night, and do you raise more mucus In 'J he Bradley administration found the Upon his own responsibility ho feels fair, and free Kentucky. the Green River Country, and having We have a nice line of Toys, Dolls, both dressed and undressed, Sleds, now retired upon tbe tract of land that the morning? S ato deep in debt, with a feeble crcd he has carried tbe fight far enouch Then you should always keep Wagons, Rocktncr Chairs, Rocking Horses, Games, Blocks, etc. These gave him birth, wilt be glad to receive, as lar as his party could reasonably A Remarkable Campaign. things are sure to please the little ones. Bring them In to see. ii, warrants and claims against the expect of him, as its chosen leader, of on hand a bottle of or hear 'rom his old friends and old h'ato amounting to hundreds of thous- his own violation, lie would not churches, in whatever manner that The most remarkablo political con may be preferted by them, ands, and selling at from CO to 80 per press the matter to gratify solely his which own ambition. He has announced test ever waged in Kentucky closed it most likely will be tent, of face value. As by magic A large and beautiful assortment of Xmas Rugs. Something new In this the last opportune positively, moro tlmu once, to his is to bo line. Portlers in prices to suit the times. (See them ) hoped, by the State Board of Ky. financial darkness fled bofore the light friends that he would go no farther, Lice Curtains 75c to $3 51 per pair, of Republican intelligence and hon-p- ty but he has been prevailed upon by Llection Commissioners awarding cer Don't fail to see our line of Trunks, Telescopes, Traveling Bags and Diess Our American Cousins. liko darkness before the dawn. oenaior iiiacKuuru, ex unlet justice tificutes of election to the Republican Suit Cases. Something one would appreciate for Xmas. candidates. Remarkable for the tour Bradley imute the ruck of faith and Lewis and many other leading The United States transport Thomaa at the capital and in many of the stump and press. Remarkable abiding confidence came torth. Tho late Mlnnewaska of the Atlantic Trans. parts of the State nnd the United for the character ol the ticket on tbe pcrtatlon State's indebtedness bus most all been State, Calico bed Comforts, fancy fjgur d covering, 75c. company arrived here from to forego a final determination Remark- New York on Monday en Calico bed Comforts, fancy figured covering, $ 00, liquidated. Claims and warrants of this kind until the desire of the one eideaud its advantages. route for Uxtra Hoe of white bed Spieails at 6ic. Better quality 75c to $t 00 Remarkable Manila with the Forty. seventh Infantagainst the Commonwealth aro worth party, through its authorized repre- able for its bitterness. their faco in gold. To present them sentatives, can be expressed, For especially in this, that with every ad- ry Volunteer Regiment, under the n.caus to receive. In the face of these this purposo Senator Blackburn has vantage most,concelvable, Democracy command of Colonel Walter Howe and called a meetiugat Frauklortof the Our Shoes for ladles', cents and children are the talk ol tho country. Call went down iu defeat. Never before Mojor Carson second in Command. stubborn truths, the voice of the peo-p- lo Stato committee onThursday.tbe If you have a weak throat you cannot be too and examine our new line for Xmas. Asic to see our Red Top Boots for buys. On her arrival Mr. Grout the United hath wisely said unto tho Repub- Inst. If a contest is made, it will be lu tbe history of the Commonwealth Good 10-- 4 Blnnketi 40c Belter grade 50c, 6c nnd 75c. Good 11 4 Blancareful, You cannot begin lican party, "Thou hast been faithful conducted by the Democratic party has an election been held so nearly States Consul boarded the ship and treatment too early. Each kets 75c. Better grade $1 25 up to $5 00 for Mr, Goebel, not by Mr. Qoebel under tbe contrul of one party as the was received by Colonel Howe and of in all things entrusted to thee, thou cold makes you more liable upou his own responsibility." We have alno brought on for the holidays a nice line of Rnckmir Chairs, last was held under the reigu of Goe- ficers of the Regiment. shall continue in my service, Iu the to another, and the last Onyx Tables, Lamps, Toilet dues, Jardiniere Vases, etc. These we ask you Colonel Howe and Major Carson ac belism. The bosses of tbe Democratlo morning of thy glory I will be thy stay one Is always harder to to call and iuspect. "Doods Aro Fruits, party had two election commissioners companied by Mr. Grout called on His and the gates of Goebelisra shall not cute than the one before It. Words are but leaves." It Is not in erer county in the State and iu Excellency the Governor at the Palace, prevail againtt thee. Br. akt'i cicrri Pectoral Plukf what we Bay, but what Hood's a some counties the entire board. They wbeie they were made very welcome, KHttlsttttofSiroacMc. The people of Kentucky are great does that tells tbe story. The had the appointing of ever election of- and Ills Excellency very graciously ly indebted to Judge Pryor and Capt. many wonderful cures effected by this ficer in evory coucty in the State. In allowed the men to land, They also Help Hand. Ellis for their fair and honest dealing medicine are the fruits by which it tho city of Louisville on the eve of called upon Admiral Sir John Flsber in canvassing tbe returns of tho recent should be judged, These prove it to the election, the Democratio board of Naval Commander in Chief. If you have esy complaint Yesterday Sir John Fisher very whatever and dctlre tbo beil election. These two gentlemen are be tbe great, unequalled remedy for Jefferson county removed eighty seven medical advice you cn pos. obligingly gave Instructions that Her dyspepsia, rheumatism, scrofula, salt Republican precinct largely responsible for tho death of tibly obtain, write the doctor election offices, Majesty's Ships Boats should be sent freely. You "ill receive Goebelism, for instead of having giv- rheum, catarrh and all other ailments appointing in their stead uneducated prompt reply. alongside the Thomas, to effect the due to impure or impoverished blood en tbe certificates of election to the men, men of unsound minds, and men landing ol the troops, which took place Address, VR. J. C. AYBR, Lowell, Msm, rightful owners, they could havo done tottering on the grave. Major Weav- at 9:30 a m. as Goebel would have them do, disre- - effective. er added to the police force three On Monday evening Mr Grout en Hea.d.q.-CL,rtex- for cnmmi-siiiner- JHEOUDATfiOODS &,jC - S. Men Women d I c23H5 write to DR. PIERCE ,rtPB MHrMBi I -- MclkuKi Bvipffr?IBjjia;y vv$m jgSp e zzmmmwEmWBmm&8m fRssrsmimmHKmmMmmswxr IMP bJzfrii&&sT&&&k R, T. COLLINS' STORE. Will Everything Suitable for CHRISTMAS You find It Easy to Select Here. would-boGo- We cannot too forcibly impress upon you the advisability of do ing your Holiday shopping before the inevitable Christmas rush begins. The Holidays will present a busy scone at our store, and our best efforts will be put forth to give satisfactory results. Below we give few hints to shoppers. Note the low prices and call before the rush. Ladies' Christmas Furnishings. Men's Furnishing Goods. 25c for men's Xmas Initial Hand- fUece-Ilne- (Sen CoW Easily? Colored Dress Goods. wit-res- sed ' Cre-pon- 1 long-honor- Children's Department. Agcrs Upholstery Department. kerchiefs 50c for men's Xmas Neckwear in fine quality of silk or satin, in all new shapes, styles and fleets. 5cc, 75c and $1.00 ior men's Oxford Mufflers, all styles. A beautiful llneol men's fancy Sns- penders at popular prices, A handsome line of men's and boys fancy and white bosom Shirts In all new and late patterns. Our men's half Hose department Is full and complete in late novelties. Men's Xmas Uuibtellaa in natural wood handles, also a vast assortment ot ladies' and men's fancy trimmed Umbrellas for the holidays.rauging in price from 75c to $1 50. Just received n nice line of men's and bojs' fine Hats for Xmas. Gloves rf all kinds lor riding, driv ing and street wear. Young men, ask to see our excellent line ot Clothing and handsome Over-- . ' J coats for Xmas. Dem-ocia- Cherry Pectoral Holiday Linens. 85c per dozen. " Fancy Napkins, 50c, 6ac, 75c "and Comforts. Shoes and Blankets. All bleached dinner Napkins, 65c to $i 3Sperdczen, Satin table Damask, 39c, 49c, 50c and 65c Colored table Damask I5C,2jc&4SC Nice line of plain and fancy Towels" from 2oc to $i 00 per pair. Cloaks. Out Bssortmentof ladles' and misses Cloaks and Capes Is new and nn to date The Cloaks are in all the new sbadrs and styles. We have Capes in Broadcloth, Plutb and Golf effects, a Sarsa-parill- at Wo very respectfully invite you to call and' examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. Wo aro sure to please you and assure you of the politest attention. Wo continue to give a Fino Picture with $10 purchase. R,T,C0LLINS,HARTF0RD - A$m i Assist iiL mJt lit tt fwrTa'" iIM.hw,,i niijawpwm? m HB -, w FAIR & CO., THE FAIR DEALERS. "Actions of the Just m$MmWwwmwmwwm ntGire mwmmmimmmmmwMmw Capo and Smell Sweet,9 JiSSfiJifiSfi Jukil Smitiioi! i txn The fragrance of life is vigor and strength, neither of which can be found in a person whose blood is impure, and whose every breath EKsitv' y cUSBt w wv 09F7 Ohio county was represented at Frankfort Tuesday by Messrs M L Heavrln, S T. Stevens, T. II. Black, J. G Keown and R. B. Martin, Hartford; John M. Hudson, II, D Hunt, husbindtVAS run Run Down--"Af- y down to httlth And aH tired out. Thost W F. Long, Jo. B. Rogers and J. C Liles, Beaver Dam; A. S. Bennett, excellent medicines, Hood's Pills And Sirs Sellcrsburg, Ind ; D. L. Smith, Union-town- , built him up ngnbu" Mrs. II. I Ky ;E.B.Rogers,JohnX Taylor Howry, TowAndA, Pa. and Carl M. Taylor, Cromwell. Butler county was also well represented. Quite a number ftom Morgantown came to Beaver Dam and took the I Hftoa .mil enra llT.f IMl the an4 t nlj t tthirtle to hi, with Hood . ftariprilUu C, others went to Bowling Green and there boarded the famous L. & N. for Messrs. A. C. Taylor and Jas P. the capital city. Sanderfur, two prominent young men of Hartford, were In Fordsvllle Sunday Artlcloa That Can bo Found at and Monday "prospecting." Carson & Co'a and Would speaks of internal troubles. Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies, vitalises and enriches the blood, gives a good appetite and makes the weak strong. The Hartford tobacco barn Is now under headway. Quite a number of brndj are employed dally and more will be given work in the near future The compensation of thirty laborer-is spent in Hartford at the close of the week-Besides thin. thousands of dol lars are retained In the county that have formerly found lodgment in banks at Owensboro. This establishment adds greatly to the business of Hartford. ) . GOV. TAYLOR INSTALLED. DO YOU GET UP WITH ALAME BACK? Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable. Almost everybody who reads the newspapers is sure to know of tho wonderful cures mada by Dr. . 1 Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t, II ihe rreit kidney, liver and bladder remedy. It Is the great medical triumph of the nineteenth century; discovered after years of scienimc research by Dr. Kilmer, the emfj nent kidney and bladder sneeUllst. and Is wonderfully successful In promptly curing lame back, kidney, bladder, uric acid troubles and Brlght's Disease, which Is the worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer a Swamp.Root Is not recommended for everything but If you have kidney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found just the remedy you need. It has been tested In so many ways, In hospital work, In private practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement has been made by which all readers of this paper who have not already tried it, may have a sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book telling more about Swamp-Roand how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble. When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and send your address to n, Dr. Kilmer &. Co., N. Y. The regular fifty cent and nor.cf dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists. Croat Multltudo Crowdod tho Mountain Capital to Pnrtlc- Ipnto In tho Inugural CoromonlosTuosday Kentucky, for the Second Time in Her History, Welcomes a Republican Gov- mi muo 1 imi n ernor. Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 12, 1899 Editors Kkpublican: The most eventful day in Kentucky's history for many years, was celebrated here to day by the inaugu ration of William S. Taylor, of Bntler county, as Governor. The inaugura Hon of the State's .hlel executive is always a great day, but the induction ol Governor Taylor into the duties of that high position met the hearty ap probation of a greater majority of the people than any former Governor The people hailed him as their deliverer from bondage and oppression. The good people of the little capital city, regardless of party affiliations, decorated their residences and places of business suitably for the occasion The old State house was appropriately decorated and had the appearance of a celebration of a great victory, which was a reality enjoyed by not less than 250,000 Kentuckians. Yesterday the crowd commenced gathering and this morning every in coming train brought hundreds of vis Special Itors to the inauguration. trains over the L- - & N and the C. & O railroads brought hundreds of enthusiastic Republicans into the city By 11 o'clock fully 10,000 people had gathered around the old historic capl tol to witness the inaugural ceremonies. The crowd was perfectly orderly, but frequently gave expression ol the intense joy which pervaded the entire multitude. The bands render ed excellent music, playing ' Old Kentucky Home" and "Dixie" and other appropriate airs. t When Gov. Bradley and Taylor entered upon the stage the crowd gave expression to their exultant joy. For several minutes the cheers went up from the multitude in praise of victorious man from Butler. Gov. Bradley delivered the Gubernatorial toga to the trusted care and keeping of Gov. Taylor in a short ad dress, in which he reviewed the trials of his past four years' work, and the manner that the administration had conducted the affairs of state. Gov. Taylor briefly reviewed the contest through which we have just passed and highly complimented the noble manhood nf the State for so graciously delending and guarding the sanctity ol the ballot box. Alter Gov. Taylor's address the oath of office was administered to him and Lieut. Gov. John Marshall by Chief Justice Hazel- Gov.-elcc- Clearance Trices. There's music in each, and to the prudert buyer, our low range of December prices make nlcasanter Christmas times. II you see the fronds, ntwl nnto fht prices, VOll'll need no further nrmnn-thnv. There's lots of good things for Christmas, and the prices are easy. Comes Christmas and our December cdS SaUabaih A "CLEAN-SWEE- P" SALE. season- - vamiiEmmi w Now is the time. We are the people to save you money on jackets. Having just returned from the market, we picked up some rare bargains that will be pleas ant surprises to our customers and to our competitors. Read these prices. Come and see the qualities. LOT NO. i. Fifteen Capes.atrictly trimmed in fur and braid, a regular $1 50 cape Our price, $1 00. l, Owing to the continued and serious sickness in my family, my coutt will Gents,ladles'andchlldren's Rocking be changed from the 9th to the 33d ol Chairs. Gents, ladies' and children's ' December. H. B. Taylor. Handkerchiefs, Table Linen and NapII you want one ot our Rocking kins. A new lot of gent's and ladles' Chairs free, you must have your ticket knit Gloves. Also a new lot ot Neckwear and Suspenders. filled out by January t. Carson & Co. aa Mako NlcoChrlstmas Gifts just when such goods are in active demand we name the prices that clear the stock. It's a buying opportunity for you one that economical people take advantage of. Note the items selections early, you get the cream of the stock. Ladies capes-anjackets, Misses jackets, Men's clothing, and overcoats, Mill inery goods,Men s hats and shirts,Gents and Ladies neckwear and notions of all kinds. d In the buying that are included in the.sale. By making at the polls. Mr. Gross Williams has purchased the house known as the Duke property The case of A. T. Nail &c vs. Wood and will convert the old saddle shop Tinsley &c, has been in the Into a hsndsomeSInger MachineShop, Mr. II. P. Taylor has been quiet HI for the past ten days, but Is reported much improved and It Is hoped will be out with his friends in the near fuCourt ot Appeals for sometime, was decided lost Saturday. The higher court affirmed the decision of the low er court, and again Hartford has rid herself of the saloons. It was reported late Saturday evening, by telegram from Frankfort, that the lower court had been reversed, which gave the whisky men great relief, pro tempore So eager were they to open the doors of the road that leads to man's destruc tlon, that they could not wait until Monday morning to put up their notices. But the news came in dde time, which buried the fond and plighted hopes ot those gentlemen, to be resur rected bo more, we hope. The people who have so bitterly fonght open saloons were greatly pained to learn that saloons would again disgrace the county's seat ol business. But this casual despondency all vanished when It was known that those notices were premature The Christian people of Hartford nave gained a noble victory in the defeat of man's common enemy, the saloon. But there remains a noble work to perform yet Occasionally an animal comes into our midst on "wheels" and some of our boys are seen in back alleys where they are concealed from the public's eye. And again there are other animals not on "wheels," but on "pees," that sing to the passer bv the song of the "Spider and the Fly." Uefore Hartford can boast of her morals and righteousness it is very necessary that these enemies of man be removed, this, too, is work for the Christian people. Tho Liquor Contost. LOT NO. 2. Ten capes, finest bea. ver, nicely trimmed and braided, all black. Jobbers' price $2 25; our price $t 98 l, ture. Mr. E. T. Milter Is still very sick and the chances for his recovery are doubtful. It Is thought.by those who have been with him most, that he can not recover. M LOT NO. 3. Twenty plush Capes, full 24 Inches long, nicely beaded, actually worth $5, onr price, $j 50. length, nicely Hoed, as long as they last they go lor $i 98 LOT NO 5. Twenty ladles' Jackets In tan, blue or brown, full silk lined, finest quality of Melton cloth. Jobbers' prices $9 50 and $12 50 our price f 7 48 Abargaln. Come and see them. LOT NO 6 Ten Jackets In black, blue and brown. Rough goods. Had same goods at beginning of season for $5 00. Now you can get any In the lot lor $3 98 We endeavor always to please the ladies, and we think beyond a doubt that the above goods wilt meet their heartiest approval WE KNOW the qualities nre the W'.ST and the PRICES are the very LOWEST. Come and see them. Remember the place: LOT NO 4. Ten plush Capes. 18 Inches in Everything In G. T. Westerfield's store is fresh aud new just from the wholesale markets. You will find the prices new also new because they are the lowest. Mr. D. J. Dunkln, Greenville, is in town Insuring men not to die in ten or twenty years. If they do he forfeits a sum ol thousandidollars or more, as the contract may read. Mr. W. H Moore left Hartford Mon-da- Ullllf V7 mm FAIR & CO., TRE FAIR DEALERS. lor Whitesvllle, trorn there he went to Muhlenberg county to look after his sawlogs which he has purchased during the past year. We have given away a lot of Chairs in the last 30 days, and still have plenty to run us for the next 30 days. Don't fail to secure one. Carson & Co. Hartford Republican. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15 Beaver Dam. LOCAl TIME TAI1I.K furniture. Ladies For relief of women, ChesFloating Studio is now at Hartford. ter's Tansy Tablets, worth their weight Field's 'bus meets all trains at in gold. A safe and certain monthly See Carson & Co. for regulator. $1. rlgff- - I. Om JEtL. jFfc.. IIKA Don't forget to save your Laundry Vl.lt HAM, for Lyman Williams. 111. Mailed on receipt of price, Murdock Curb Co., Atlanta, Ga. north .ni. .m. nou.in. b m. Nuum sihound . aai-- n am ami p. m. 33I-Hs.ll aoa-'ji- as III. a. S. Tun Firsi-Gla- t.r, Anc ss Liver? Stable If you need any Enlarging done in We will have lots of Nice Rockers the Portrait line, remember $3 00, in (or Xmas. Carson & Co. advance, pays for the best 16x20 Por For Cue Photo Buttons, call at the trait that money can buy, In a nice Floating Studio, Telephone, No. 13. Irame. Work guaranteedatSchrocter's Miss Ada Johnston, Ellzabcthtowu, Floating Studio. Telephone, No. 13. Wed- is visiting the family of Dr. S J. ding. Fine line of Ladien and Gents furwear at G. T. Wes terfield's. nishingswinter G. T. Westerfield will cell you gro ceries and general supplies at the lowest prices. Mr. Robert L. Howard wa. tried and adjudged a lunatic Tuesday before Judge Milter's court Mr. A C Taylor y was appointed by Judge Milter to the unfortunate to the Hopkins-vill- e asylum Wednesday. con-ve- f: .1 I E.OWH I MARTIN, Hartford, Ky. t 11 livery Among tho moiiyfirst-ola- ss stables In the Green llier Country, none are better equipped than Keown & Martin, ot Hartford. It is run by young mon, who aro onorgetio, and in overy particular. Buggies and Wagons on sale at all times. Fanning Implements in season. Celebrated Birdsell Wagons a specialty. Dest of feed and your stock will secure best attention. Give them a call. LOOK! It you want your Shirts, Collars and Cuds to look neat and clean, save them lor Lyman Williams, agent for the Twy SUam Laundry, Dayton, Ohio, Does the best work Work called All work guaranteed. for and delivered Farm forSalo. Well Improved and well watered Apply I? R, p. Martin, Hartford, Ky Hon. R. P. Hocker yet survives and some hope of his recovery is entertained by the family. For ten days Mr. Virgil Renfrow, Dundee, was a he has lingered at the point of death. pleasant caller at Tun Rbpuiiucan We hope that he may survive this atMonday. tack and be yet a long while with his Mr.B. F. Vausant, Louisville, rep- friends. was In resenting the Courier-JournThe officers and members of the 3rd town Wednesday, Kentucky Volunteers met at the CapGross Williams will sell you a good itol Hotel in Frankfort Tuesday and second-bansewing machine for $10, decided to have a reunion In Bowling: Green next year. June 10th is the See him at once. day set apart for the boys to meet. Mr. R. T. Her has moved his From now until that day the boys will shop to Mr J. E. Fogle's build, have great anticipations. lng north of public f quare. Rev. W, K. Finer will deliver a lecFor anything in the Dry Goods or ture entitled "Impersonations" next General Merchandise line, call on G. Tuesday night at Masonic Hall in T. Westerfield, Hartford, Ky. Beaver Dam. Dr- - Plner will doubtMrs. Jennie McIIenry leit Tuesday less highly entertain all who may atfor Louisville where she will spend tend. Remember ycu are assisting a good cause when you lend a helping the winter with her children, hand to the Masonic fraternity. Messrs, L. W. Hunt, Sunuy Dale', Mr. T. B. Petrie has been employed and W, P. MldklfT, Sulphur Springs, were among our callers Wednesday, as clerk in the big dry goads store of The latest novelty is the Magnify- Mr. R. T. Collins. Mr. Petrie has ing Photograph Frame, nowatSchicc been doing business In the Philippines ter's Floating Studio, Call and see it lor Uncle Sam, and was recently per mltted to join his parents here. He Mrs. S. K, Cox, and daughter, Isa is a nice, congenial young man and bel, returned trout a short visit to her will doubtless make an salesdaughter, Mis, J. H. White, Charles- man. ton, Mo. On the 30th ultimo, Mr. James De- Mr Jo B.VIckershas been quite sick Weese, a bright and promising young fors owe time and we are sorry to an- teacher, went to the city ol Frankfort nounce that the condition ol his health and took the State examination and Is no better. on the 8th Inst, was the happy recipiMr De- Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cooper and little ent ot a State certificate, daughter, Irene, ot Olaton, visited the Weese is a deserving young man and former's sister, Mrs. Tim Taylor, Sat justly deserves his recent promotion. He is engaged at present in school at utday and Sunday. Roslne, which has proven highly sat Dr. J. a Coleman and wife will eel isfsctory to pnplls and patrons, .tie ebratca the aid anniversary of their is one ot the county's best teacljers in Beaver marriage at their residence and we wish lor him unlioundcd line Dam, Christmas day. cess in his laborious efforts, 1 U goes to every part Murdock CaHyler'sDyspepslaTablets, pleasant, tarrh Cure, It cures Colds, Hay Fever and all forms of Catarrh. Price $1. easy to take, and give parmanent re. mailed on receipt ol price. See adver llel, 30 days treatment, $1. Mailed on receipt of price tf tl liseinent. Muhdock Cubb Co., Atlanja, Ga. Murdoch Curb Co , Atlanta, Ga, sad-dlej- y Soon alter the Governor elect had taken the oath of office, the crotvd An Ohio County Boy. commenced to disperse and at night Dr. Gordon B. Renfrow has of late fall the quiet little city showed but been adding some valuable Improve little Blgn of the intense Interest which ments to bis dental office, aud bis lat prevailed during the day. est effort Is the purchase ol one of the had finest Columbia Hvdraullc dental GOV. TAYLOR'S INAUGURAL ADDRESS chairs says the Rockdale (Tex ) Mes"In compliance with a time-honsenger. Provided with every conceivable attachments it will accommodate ed custom, I appear before you to the tallest man or the wee small child take the oath prescribed by the con with equal comfort. Attached to it Is stitution and to express my gratia beautitul cabinet containing the tude for the confidence reposed in me. Doctor's varied assortment of modern tools. The chair can be changed to It is not necessarry for me to speak any position without discomfort to the ot those matters of administration patient, or trouble to the operator. about which there is no special anxiTaken all in all, it is, perhaps, the ety or fear- - The verdict rendered on most perfect piece of mechanism and the 7tb of last November was the beauty ever shown In Koclcdale, and mandate of the people of this Comit is fully worth your time to go and see it.Such enterprise on the part of monwealth in favor of civil liberty. r.Kemrowsnonld reap a rich harvest, It was the triumph of the people over andjthe good people of Rockdale will a merciless, remorseless, partisan mano doubt spurr him onto even greater efforts by their liberal patronage. It chine, erected to enslave them. It takes tools to do any kind of mechan- had no political significance. Those ical work, and Dr. Renfrow has them, who reject the rule of the mf jorlty and he knows how to handle them, and destroy the sanctity of the baltoo. lot box must, of necessity, fly to desDr. Renfrow is one ot Ohio coun potism, andare themselves despots. ty's boys, who went West several An untrammeled ballot is the basis years agu auer grauuiiHK uuiu a ucu- tal college in Prlladelphla, and Is now principle oi every righteous form of enjoying a lucrative practice in Rock- goverment; that goverment in which dale, Texas, the people are permitted to partici pate aud to have a voice Is the strong est on earth. It is the only one on eatth. It is the only one where every man. at the call of his country I willon Monday, January. 1, 1900, would hasten to the defense of the at the Court House door In Hartford, flag. A jealous regard lor the right Ky,, otter for sale at public auction on of election by the people, acquiescence credit of six, twelve and eighteen in the will of the majority, equal and months the following tracta of land exact justice to all men and all politand belonging to the estate of the late ical organizations, are the essential Judge John C. Townsand, lying in principles of government and constitute the sheet anchor ot our peace and Ohio county, Kentucky, First tract containing 92 acres all happiness. "To confide to any partisan organwoods land and located near Bells Run church and known as the Ham ization the entire mastery and controls of elections is to invite and ruons land. cuntalng 150 acres ly- countenance political Intolerance and Second tract ing two miles east of Hartford, about tyranny. It Is more; to the party so Gfty acres cleared and balance well entrusted it is a license for the com timbered this tract of land has at least mission ot the moit flagrartt climes J 1 ,ooo worth ol timber on it besides a and the aiding of the voice of the people, and inevitably results in an fine stone quarry and coal in abun archy or despotism, dance. "In spite of the monstrous election Third tract lying in one half mile of Fordsvllle on the O P. & O. R. R. machine which sought to destroy the containing 15a actes, this land is un will of the citizens and bear them derlald with coal and is well adapted down by force of might, there comes from them the clear, emphatic demand to agriculture. Fourth tract containing eighty acres for an immediate and unconditional and lying near Magau, this tract Is repeal of the election law of 189S, and well timbered and is a first class farm. the restoration of civil liberties aud Also a house and lot In the town of compliance with the constitutional def mand that 'All elections shall be Iree Hartford, containing one and acres. Purchaser will be required to and equal,' vl "This, my give bond with approved security Imtal Issue of the hour. It overshadows mediately alter the sale. free election all others, for without This December 12, 1899 and fair count, It is worse than mock ROWAN HOLBROOK, ery to spak of settling other question Master Commissioner, or Two hundred aud fourteen thousand voters of Kentucky have been recorded against this odious law, and thousands of others were denied the opportunity to enter their protest against it. "I hope, fervently pray, that this mighty army of freemen may hold fast to integrity, and with unfaltering fidelity continue to struggle until this measure is erased from the books of law. Let all other matters be subor dlnated to the consummation ol this glorious end. From each battlefield and patriot grave in this broad land there comes a warning against the encroachment of threats of the destruc tion ot republican forms ol government. Let us heed these admonitions ere it Is too late. "I believe implicitly In ultimate triumphs of right But there must be no cessation ot eflort in the struggle. Eternal vigilance is the price ot lib erty. Until the control of the ballot is taken lrom the domination of a partisan machine and restored to the people a dreadful menace hangs over our homes; hence, in the language of the martyred Lincoln, 'With malice toward none, with charity tor all, with firmness in right, ai God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in.' "To this sacred cause I consecrate myself. There is little else to besald. So far as I may be able I shall jealously guard the Interests of the tax payers of the State against the extravagant or reckless use oi the public revenues, aud shall encourage the de velopment of our material resources, thereby inviting into our midst brain, brawn and capital from all sections of the country. In my humble way I hope to be able to assist in the advancement of the moral and 'educational Interests of the commonwealth. With these ends in view I fervently Invoke the guidance of the Divine Ruler, and beseech Christian men and women of Kentucky to aid me by Substantial Holiday Gifts ful, and doubly appreciated for that reason. Buying them of us is saving money on your Make the heart merry, and yet are use'-- , purchases. Ladies and Gents handkerchiefs, towels and table linens, rocking chairs and jewelry. For the Holiday season for any time of the year there 11 be no question as to price and quality, if you buy from us. BUY IT YOURSELF. No use in waiting for some one to present suit better buy it youryou a tailor-mad- e self. You can have it in time for the Holidays, if you place your order now. It will be right in price, fit and quality 'twill be the Edward Kose & Co. make that means the best. CARSON & CO. Entirely Reliable. When you think you have bought gold and find that it is only electro plated brass you are dlsjrusted. A sure remedy for this difficulty is to deal only with responsible parties who guarantee their goods. At the stole of D. B. Johnston of Richreputation. mond, Ind., has been troubled with that ailment since 1862. In speaking of it he says: ' 'I never found anys thing that would relieve me until I used Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It acts like magic with me. My foot COAL COMPANY, OF McHENRY, KY., WILLIAMS was swollen and paining me very You can find a nice assortment oi Jew- much, but one good application ot elry that is fully warranted, mana Pain Balm relieved me. For sale by m factored by W P. Main Co., made of Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. rolled gold plate.gold filled, gold front II III H- IIII III III' llli or solid gold stock, and guarantee them to be exactly as represented and give satisfaction or we will return the money paid for the goods. It will not cost you a cent to tctt these goods, if tbey are not as represented, because you can return your purchase and get your money back after wearing the article sufficiently to know exactly wbat it is. II you live too far away from Will lams Coal Co to get the goods there If so. there must be some and no other ot our customers are near you, write to us direct and we will send f trouble with its food. Well f you the articles you need, fully war babies are plump j only the ranted, to be sent by mail. We will sick are thin. Are you sure also send inatrnctions on thecareol the the food is all right? Chilcase, how to clean it, etc , on applies W F MAIN CO, tion. dren can't help but row Eastern Fact iry, Cor Friendship & they must grow if their food Eddy Streets, Providence, R I nourishes them. Perhaps a Western Factory (Largest Jewelry mistake was made in the Factory In the worlr) uuder process of construction Iowa City, Iowa. Over past and as a result the di- 52,000 feet of floor fpice 24 gestion is weakened. If that is so, don't give the baby Z Wavne fiiiGin & Dm guarantee a lot or medicine just use rvrrv bottle of Chamberlain's Couch Remedy and will refund the money to your every-da- y common: any one wno is not (.aiiMicu aner sense and help nature a using two thirds of the contents. little, and the way to do This is the the best remedy in the world for la ttinne. couphs. rolda. I it is to add half a teaspoon- croup and whooping cough and is lul ol It prevents pleasant and sate to take any tendency of a cold to result in nov Itb. pneumonia As a cure for rheumatism Chamberlain's Pain Balm is gaining a wide their prayers." Turning to Governor Bradley, Mr. Taylor said: "And now, sir, In assuming this high office, I am deeply sensible ol howMifficult it is to discbarge its du ties in such manner as to render me, in any degree, yourworthy successor. During your administration the grav est responsibilities huvc come to you, and you have discharged them ably, fearlessly, always with best Interests of the people and the honor of the State at heart. This the impartial historian oi these times will record, and for this the people of Kentucky are under perpetual obligation, and their gratidude will henceforth attend ISBdlMJ TooThin? you," "Never quit ceitalnly for hope." Never take a medicine ol doubtful value instead ot Hood's Sarsaparilla which is sure to do you good. , 1 A Big Land Sale. No Hope , VALLE. LLS, TEXAS. SCOTT'S for you, said four different but I pliysl-dan- s, still had sufficient left to try Dr. Miles New Heart Cure, as it was highly recommended to me. had suffered for years with heart trouble; so bad was my case I was Had given up to die several times. severe palpitation, short breath and much pain about the heart, fluttering and smothering spells, but Dr. Miles1 Heart Cure gave me prompt relief and finally a permanent cure. 1 one-hal- Mn, J. L. Tlr, 0ntro, K, , Ii told by all drucgUti on guarantee first bottle beutCn or money back. Uook on heart and ncrvca sent tree. Dr. Milts Madtcal Company, Elibart. Ind. Hemrt Gurm OR. MILE' . A Shackelfoid a Bapiah&Titnister died in our midst on the ad int He was born near C?W hoon, in McLean county, Ky , about 55 years ago, tugbt school in that and adjoining counties for a number of years, and married Miss Marllda Austin, lltlng near Beaver Oam, In Ohio county. He moved to Texas about 20 years ago and entered upon his life lie was recently work as a minister called to the pastorate of the church at this place, but never preached but one sermon, when his health which had been bad for several years gave away completely, and he died a com' paratlve stranger in a strange land, but not wanting in kind friends, will, ing bands and warm hearts in his last days ou this side th dark river. He was taken to Cleburne and now rests beside his babes who hava gone before. Slater Shackelford and Gddle, the last of, I believe, eight chrlldren, will make Cleburne their future home. Thinking that, perhaps a great many of the readers ol Tiik RbfUbucan would remember the parties and be Interested in this short sketch of a truly good man and wile. W.C.D. EMULSION to the baby's food three or four times a day. The gain 1 will begin the very nrst oay you give it It seems to correct the digestion and gets the baby started right: again. If the baby Is nurs ing but does not thrive, then the mother should taKe the It will have a emulsion. good effect both upon the mother and child. Twenty- five years proves this fact, tat ind tf an. AiUnjfffitta. SCOTT & SOWN E. Ch.mbti. N.w York. .WWi I JTilI nlll ,11 "W 11 1 III- -. 3 ' IVYni f W 1 1 3 3 ii Our fee rcturntil II w foil. Any out Modlnf ketch and dcKttplloa ol icy Imnnlloa will promptly icctite our opinion frc conccrsluf Ihe patcnUbUliy ol unit. " How to ObUlu a. latent" KQt upon llttstt through ui lrcrtlliiutit. it our uptiiM. lor ul t'ltcut. ulen out through ua rtrciw tp4tiat no(c',wtthoutthirge.laTiia 8ndf?runipt cony VIOTOR an illustrated and Wldcl clrcufaLM Journal, cuuiitted by Manufacturers and ZnTcatora. rATKHT RtccKO, (Ju( tint lullJlaf. 4. Addieaa, KVANS A OO. ) rill. Attoeutj-t,- WASHINGTON, p. e. few ""fa1 lift - ' " 'muJWWtJa ..- - . MMawlMlp' m WHOlliUM y V T&fBiltJfpgQtitqQmp?, "',ii j e'KWtlllWW1 lrM ''ywUwjHt, "'n A SMALL SPOT MAY BE CANCER. Tho trrcatcdt core should bs riven to any little sore, pimple or scratch which snows no imposition 10 neai unacr IT CIDOT AO nry treatment. No ono can tell how soon these ArrtAntU A I rlllOl HO will develop Into Cancer of tho wont type. So many peoplo die from Cancer simply causa they do not know just whnt tho dlseaso ''I DIMDI CQ InLflC rlnlrLUOi they naturally turn themselves over to tho doators, ana are forced to submit to a cruel and dangerous tho only treatment which tho doctors know for Cancer. Tho disease operation toturns, however, and is even more violent and destrurtlro than promptly before. Uincer Is a deadly poison in tho blood, and an operation, plaster, or other external treatment can have no effect whatever upon it The cure ieum come from within the last vestlgo of poison must be eradicated. Mr. Wm. Walpole. of Walahtown, S. D., mr" , little blotch about the site of a pea enms under ray left eye. gradually from which hS""P.PJ at intervals ran in all directions. 1 who pronounced tjLa ncer, and consulted a good doctor, hV and advised that it bo cut out, but this '1ri?i ,& sent to. Iread inmy.localrofa u' MOST VIOLENT OASES HAVE uruin-innrinr- n And section 5193 of the Revised Statutes of the United States is hereby re peateil. FRIDAY, DK 'KMBBK. 15 Dennmlnotlonr f f N.ilea That Irom of thl land alter the ictio SENATE'S FINANCIAL BILL. be construed ns applying to interstate b'liinera only. There were two questl ni b ftte tin Toxt of tho Moasuro Proparod court in conmctinti with Hk-- cue The first was whether the to stitu by tho nopubllcans-Provls-lon- s Mndo for Refundlional clause tor the rgiilmion nl interstate commerce applied to luthvld ing tho"Publlc Dobt. uats and corporations, and the second I nlu b found lleclsirrilloii for llir llolii wbtther, if the clau I to to apply, the combination m a it, " lur ihn ' ulation of inter.-- t tccoiuiuerce SlutnlfiiHiirfnf tb llratrt e Am to MnllunMl tlnnUv. the court held thtt the constitio ESSZZ3K5: Hartford Republican. pti-agi- 1m m 3?3 11 llBlwfl Millions of Homes! Accept no substitute 1 nr-rt- eh N'nMflarri-'rriitl'lii- ii MmKLmttwLw mmMMME IB &r WHi COFFEE Best Coffee for the Money! Try LION COFFEG mid you will never use any other. It is absolutely pure Coffee and nothing but Collet. 1"" S'tt asaaija ZZi T Xit A&.toW.nVb ;i,.o. -- A,,iVn which toon drop-healthy Httia scar remains where till to affirm the exltlng stnnd-aof value, to maintain the pttit) in value of alt lormstd money, to rcliiml the public de'ilni d lur other purpose!' The fUn i..id I'e it enacted by the Senate anl II t Ktprtsentatlvc if the Unite) Sta'efl i.I Auifcilci ir Congress Hh.emt)!crl, that the doll r, tirn ol twinty fivi ard ilht tn h- ininsfltroM, nine tenths fine h II, as tttiti'lhlitd by p.ctl'ir 351 A e 1 lndncoratiors.:l:7traMh;v::i men t does by its provisions 'estrtct and restrain cmnuitrce between the states. Hence the ugreem nt vas decided to be void an nppljing to inter state business and the injunction sus tained. WORDS OF THE DEC!ION. nl g Used in Insist on LION COFFEE, in lb. pkgs. These articles mailed FREE iu exchange for lion heads cut from front ofx lb. LION COFFEE pkgs. Gold Collar Button. Mailed free far S Hon heeds eat from Lloa stamp. Mado Coffee wrappers and a pearl of rolled gold and wlta mother-otor oacai suiuuie anse handylaaies anu gentleand lopular, men. This shape Is riantel Clock. 3c stamp. Frama finis hed wlUiailL By atrrtss, repaid, for V 10 lion heads and a Alarm Clock. kit -b- ecauso it BLOOD S. S. S. FORcanTHE enough to reach tho root of go deep which is tho only remedy of Scrofula. Eczema. Rheumatism. Contagious form of blood disease. Valuable hr Kfe"W&?ta Bwlft Specific Company. Atlanta, Oeorgta. tutd rbS'iiwC nAl Tiw2nres ma,leJ " to oddre b' the Kcis-Stautesof the Unite-- ' ates, continue b standard unit tl value, ar.d all forms tf money issuer or rowed by the Utittd Mites shall be maintained nt a pattty of Vslue with this ftandaidiacd United States nute-antreasury notes iued undtr tlif act of July 14 1891, when ptetenttd tithe tieasury fur redemption, sIibI! be redeemed iu iruld coin ot sveh stand rd. I d RESERVE FUND. That it shall be the duty of the Sec order to se cure the prompt aud crttain redemp tion of United States notes and treas ury notes, as hereinbefore provided, to set apart in the treasury a resetve lund of $150,000,000 In gold coin, which lund shall be used for such re demption purposes only, and when ever and as olten as any oi said notes shall be redeemed lrotu said fund it shall be the duty of the Secretary of the Treasury to use said notes so re deemed to restore and maintain such reserve fund in the manner tollowing, to wit: 1. By exchanging the notes so re deemed for any gold coin in the genw eral fund of the treasury. 2 By accepting deposits of gold coin at the treasury or at any sub treasury in exchange for the United States notes so redeemed. 3. By procuring pold coin by the use of said nctes, in accordance with the provisions of section 3700 of the Revised Statutes cf the United States If the Secretary ot the Treasury is unable to restore and maintain the old coin in the reserve lund by the loregolng methods, and the amount of such gold coin in said lund shall at any time fall below $100,000,000, then tt fhall be his duty to rettorc and maintain the same by borrowing money on the credit of the United States, and for the debt thus Incurred to issue and sell coupon or registered bonds of the United States in such lorm as he may prescribe, in denominations ol $50 or any multiple thereof, bearlug interest nt the rnte oi not exceeding 3 per centum per annum, payable annually, such bonds to be payable at the pleasure of the United States after one year from the date of their issue, and to be payable, principal and inter est, in gold coin of the prtsent stand ard value, and to be exempt from the payment of all taxes or dues of the United States, as well as from taxation in any form by or under state, muni clpal or local authority. The notes redeemed as herein provided shall only be used for the purpose of restoring said fund to the maximum amount of $150,000,000, and the amount of gold coin and notes in such reserve fund shall at no time exceed such maximum amount. tttaty of the Tieasury, in jct. Passing upon the objection that the constitutional provision could not te held applicable to Individuals, Justice Ptckham said: We conclude that the plain language of the grant to Congress of power to regulate commerce among the several tales includes power to he subject ol these contracts In respect to internal- - or foreign commerce, which directly f OVt and reflate .h .t commerce, and we can find no reason able ground tor assertion that the conttilutlnnal provision ns to the of the individual limits the ex tent uf that power, as claimed by the We, therefore, think the ippellants. appellants have failed in their contention upon this branch of the sub lib--rt- y , Icauiifully Bunds 6 Indies men. A iautr aud good Daisy denulns Ncck-PJ- n. Hard-Enam- el ISTRENGTH, PURITY AUD FLAVOR Stylish Belt-Buck- and Gold. l. Sent by et press, prepaid, far 80 Hon heads an 2Cnt Itien. l hm nnlarln lfhr Lv tc. Ideasenameymrnearrst Eipress Omea, If toera tn your town. For I nonheads and a 2cant alamo. Tha s actual site. Illustration Is only Color a delicate pink, with Jewel setting and gold trimmings. Deal ttumcl finish, stylish and durable. Box of Colored Crayons. Ilandsomety gold plated, Ladles' Scissors. wllhltoman finish, and eel vrllhroty fordressea-up- TlieLlon'5 Bride.' Treloomed tho ladlra who like to wear dlflcrtns goes well colored sashes. The with any of them. Ulven for 20 Hon stamp. heeds and a colored Jewel In the enter. Tniswiu t occasions by a?iSa Far 10 lion head and a 2C stamp. Hn wax crayons, dlflirent fifteen colors, acooln- Inled wun outline pictures for coloring. Each crayon Is wrapped with strongf per, to prercLt breaking. Ltogbt, fivo Inches, suitable for ratting, trimming and general household tise. Ulvea ilea beads aada 2c stamp. sf It will only 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 large revolving arm chair with plenty of space around you, you can 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 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 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. TheCottonBeltlsthedlreet line to Texas. Its trains run through from Cairo and Memphis to Texas without change. Direct connections are made at Its junctions for all parts of Texas, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and the Far West. Write and tell ns where you are coing TI when you will leave, and wo wilt time- and tell yon wat yourtieket will cost, which train to take to make tho connections, and will send ou an Interesting little booklet, "1 TRIP 10 II11S." j lt t. V. U tUt IE. Cca'l fiu'r til TIL AfL, BT. LOUIS, MO. I.i.lcDinil.Tiir.risi'rAd, (II ColosMa BoIMlif, UmstlllE, tT. (Ul General Directory. rOPUI,AIl ROUTE TO , . BEST AND ,MOST ., . i iviempms, .New uneans A A IN -I Natin InvaHnn Buy, udu. ir.u. ,r CONOItESSIONAL. W 1 1 in m . mi T For years has the medical fraternity fought a retlabte and sure cure for Catarrh. In this endeavor many hundreds of nostrums have been ottered to a sufleriiif? publlc.ond the health of thousands have been completely ruined by taking them, these various compounds caudog the worst forms of D)spepsla, And I could not have done that II I had used the word "cheap" carelessly. Sprays and ointments are also worthless, as it is impossible to reach the afOf course I sell some shingles, but even on them, the price Is fected parts In this manner. MURDOCH'S CATARRH CURB Is a new and scientific preparation and Is "cheap," same as on the higher grades, Tho Truo Wintor Routo to to be smoked in a pipe, thereby the lumes and smoke going over the entire Hartford. California, No Blizzards, system affected by the disease It relieves Instantly the worst forms ol Asth 8. T. Stovons. Sheriff Hartford. uoia w earner snow Common grades, 5 in, dimension Cypre&s Shingles $1 75 per 1,000, Deputies D. M. Hockcr. T. H. Ben. Reasons for Ills Marvelous Success-I- lls ma, Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Colds in tbe Head and all forms ol Catarrh, no Blockades. matter what shape, and cures when treatment Is continued lor teasonable No. 1 Yellow Poplar Shingles $2 10 per 1,000. ton, R. B. Martin and W. II. Tinsley. Now, Free Hook. For particulars write to J. R. MolREDEMPTION OP TREASURY NOTES. time. No matter how little you are affected, don't delay treatment. Catarrh Best Star A Star White Cedar Shingles $2 85 per l.ooo. Court convenes first Monday in Dr. Ilatliatvay's method comes olten from simple colds. Like all new urn) valuable preparations you lis, Traveling Passenger Agent for That it shall be the duty of the Sec of treatment Is no ex Dest Red Cedar Shingles $3 to per 1,000, C R. R , Louisville, Ky. Also ask Marchand August ami continues three retary of the Treasury ns fast as standBeware ot Imitations, as they result ot will find others paying theirs are just as pond It lithe Grade for grade, these prices cannot be equalled. My Cedar Shingles, I twenty) cars of experi- are worthless. hi n to send ynu n copy of the South. weeks, aud third Monday in May and ard silver tSTWU ONLY ASK A TRIAL TO CONVINCE. Mailed to dollars are coined under the ence In the most November two weeks. guarantee 111 1 to crack, tvatp, or curl up at tbe butts. When put on a roof, er:i Home Seekers' Guide, wliicli is practice of any any address, prepaid, on receipt oi price. provisions of the acts of July 14, 1890, COUNTV COURT. siioclalUt In Ms lino in they lay fiat, and stay that way. They make the best toof. Then you want-anwith interesting information Put up in tin boxes, $1.00 per MURDOOK CURE CO., P. Miller, Judge Hartford. tlio world. HonasgraO. Jas. and June 13, 189S, Irom bullion pur the Southern territory. It box ; treatment for 30 days m, amount ol any kind ol shingles and want them at the lowest prices, call Atlanta, a uated from one of tho M. S. Raglaud.Clerk Hartford. chased under the act oi July 14, 1890, wi I be mailed ti you free. best medical colleges la and see rue about it. Write II you can't call, M, L, Heavrin, Attorney-Hartfor- d, tho country and perfectOn tho first and third Tuesdays ot to retire and cancel an iqnal amount ed Ills medical and surgiCourt conveues first Monday in each month Homo Seekers' tickets are of treasury notes whenever received cal education hy cxten-sheach month. hospital nractlco. sold to Southern and Southwestern into the treasury, either by exchange uny in ins prcio.11 tonal career lie maas s QUARTERLY COUUT. points at Special Low Rates, good to hlcli placed him at tho head of his profesin accordance with the provisions ol Begins on sion as a spoclalM In trailing hat aro generally re'urn within twentyoue da) a from each month, the second Monday in this act, or in the ordinary course of known as prlrato diseases of men and women. IKo-u-te- date of boIo. Liberal armore and moro COURT OF CLAIMS. business, and upon the cancellation of This systom of treatment ho lias his cures are rangements. pcnocicd eaeii )uar until today bo Convenes first Monday iu January. treasury notes silver certificates shall inrarlatlo as to be the marvel of tho medical LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY A. H. HANSON, G. P. A., and Tuesday after the secDud Monday be Issued against the silver dollars so profosulou. Union Oipct Seunth ind Blur. Ticket Olllct, Til fourth Aienui. Cinc.UJo, Iu.i.voia. Enjojlug tho largest practlcoof any specialist in ucioucr. In tho world ho Hill maintains a system of nomicoined. V. A. Kellond, A. G. P. A Louisville to St. Louis & West. St. Louis to Louisville & East OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. nal fees n lilcli makes It posstblo for all to obtain Louisville, Ky. Gold Certificates. That the Secre his services. N. Moxley, Surveyor. No 44 ;No, 46 No. 41. No. 4S. Dr. Hathaway treats and cures Loss of Vitality, tary ol the Tieasury Is heieby author G. D. Royal, Assessor. B:35p ui Leave St Louis 8;5.sp m Leave Louisville 7:37a tn 8:40a m Vnrlcoce lo, Htricturo, Illood l'olsoolng In IU difized and directed to leceive deposits of ferent stages, Rheumatism, Weak Hack, NervFon Rogers, School Supt, " Mt.Vernon 12:23am 11138pm " Owcnsboro 11 :4'a m 11:58pm ousness, nil manner of Urinary Complaints, ' IJvnnsvillc L. W. Hunt, Coroner Sulnbur gold coin with the Treasurer or any Ulcors, Hores and tikin Diseases, " Henderson ia:45P m 13:551 m 2:13pm 2:35a ui blights Disease " .Kvansvllle 1:151m Springs. " Henderson 2:46pm 3:10am 1:35am Assistant Treasurer of the United andallformsof Kldnoy Trouble, Ills treatment " Owcnsboro " Mt.Vernon, 1114:17pm 4:291m restores lost Mtallty and JUSTICES' COURTS. Tabulating 344Pu 4:00a tn States in sums cf not less than $20 for undertone meu strong, well, vigorous man. makes the patient a Arrive St Louis 7:jip m 7:20a m Arrive Louisville 7H5P m . 7:30a tn a. . uiAA? uuuit win ue iieiu ' . ., .1. Dr. Ilathaway's succeis In tho treatment of and Billing Machine. gom '" wereior Varicocele aud btrlcluro at Fordsville on March let, June let, the aid x.otrzerv-xx.x.- s xo CVAaTOVXX.I.33. denonl,Da')DS of no' 'ess than $20, or cautery Is phenomenal. without patient Is of knife An Over Ready,... Tho September let and December 1 8th. I treated No 41 No 43 No. 45 by imcctlv method at his own or B. F. Graves Court will be held ana lbe coln 6 dpositea shall be re. lossthis tlmo from business. homo without painthe of 9M8p m Leave Louisville . . . . 7 37a m 4!5op m Time and Labor Savior, Device Thlsls ,ltliely at Butord on March 30, June 29,8ep. , tained in the treasury and held for the only treatment which cures wlthoutan operation. , ..10:43a ra " Hawesvllle. . 8:o4p ra Ii:c8p m ...for Premier Uurs, I Dr. Hathaway calls the tember 28 aud December 21 payment of such certificates on dtv sufferers from Varicocele particular attention of 11:58pm " Owcnsboro, , . ."11:40am 9:o5p ra and Stricture to pages S. J. Weixeii Court will be held niand, and used lor no other purpose 27, 28. '."J, ' Henderson. . , , I2S45p ra m and 31 of his new book, entitled, io:iop 12:55a ra a nt Sulphur Springs on March 28,June jSuch certificates shall be tecelvable " Manliness, Vigor, Health," a copy of which will Arrive fivansville . . , 1:15pm m io:4op 1:25am bo sent free on application, ,:; 1, September and December 2 i. for customs, taxes Write today for and all public dues, mentioning your f reo book and symptom blank, KVANSVILLUTO LOUISVIU.R. I H. ti. Tavi.011 Court will bo held complaint. No. 42 No. 44 No 46 at Cromwell on March 4, Juno 10, and when so received may be reissued, J. NBWTON HATHAWAY, M. D. , , , 650am Leave Evunavllle 2:20pm 2:45am and when held by any national bankDr. Ilalliauajr A Co., September 2 and December 0, " Ilnrdenion , , , , 7:151m 2:46pm 30S Church Utreet, 3:10am Nashville, Terns. W. A. Ronk Court will be held nt ing association may be counted as a UINTION IIIIS " Owenhiro . , . .8:181111 WUKM WHITINO. 3:44pm 4:00am Centertowu on February 13, May 29, part of Its lawful reserve; Provided 11 ll.twesvllle , , . .9:174 m 4:40pm 4:50am August 28 aud November 1. ex. , . 12 3,p m m Arrive Louisville That whenever and so long as the 7'45P 7:30am Preston Morton Post No, 4 G, A. All trulnn run thr tijfh solid to Evansville Through Parlor Car and PullH, hold their regular meeting Satur-da- y gold coin held id the reserve fund In man SleepTi on all trains to Kvinsvllle and St Iiuls, Numbers 4t and 42 Simplifies Dill Making and writing; Anti-Ki- nk before the firet Sunday in each the treasury for the redempti n ol connect ot Irvlnutnn for I'anUville r Hardlnsburg dally. 36 (Ifurci ol illHsnot denominations In rc month in Court Hall at 1 o'clock p. United States notes and tieasury notes column. Will straighten Curlv and m, W A, Cabson, Com, shall fall below $ 100,000,000 the au It In no way Interferes with tha Kinky brlr without iniuiv to JOHN (J, UIAMUUiaAIN, Adjt typewriter lor usual lines ol work. thorlty to issue certificates as herein the fcalp or lioir. aan roa asseairrivs provided ahall be suspended; and, -Is absolutely necessary to tbe young man or young woman who would win TaauLATO caTAloauc. PRsrazsToits- Price. 50c er Box. andWklskty Faslti Provided further, That lor the succ-eThU being conceded It Is of first Importance to get your In life cured at home withby the United States Tb Smith Premier Typewriter Co. indorsed out pain Hook ol liar training at the school thnt stands in the very Iront rank. attountolauch outstanding certificates Oculars wul FREE Health Department. WOOlltY 215 GthSt. Louisville, Ky, fJHPai.SAlS li gui o. B.U North error Lit. one fouith at least shall be iu denoml 1M BUSINESS COLLEGE, THE BRYAN ai OARRAGH & RICH, NEW YORK. N. Y. nations of $50 or less; and, I.OUINVII.I.K, KKKTIH'UY. Sal Manvfacturin. 8atitmo.it Wantif. h XSJ3XW33i:rT SXATJ,rrO3S JLXTJ3 Z)S3Vs.V35X5 X3JL.U, fflCoif i.amp far particular, CURlDwtlh iftstaWs Provided fuither, That the Secretary 23 Hrf experienced teachers, each one a specialist In HOOK KURPINO ) Itiuelloii. Ifaro cured SHORTHAND bit line. Qraduatetol this college prelerrtd by many thotisant cava of the Treasury may in his dicretion, H!fflfll rauea uoN!i.. in tia J TELEGKAPIIV. nes houses. Write lor a beautiful booi giving teslt.ll.bla B.rhiusor a m.eb.nlcftl op In v. nil vm tnlml at least all artnutora ramov issue mcli certificates In dtnumlna A PAST AND rtSY RIDK IN TIIR MOST COMFORTAl'LI? d.alrtaf atrlotolha Tarts Ksuosltlon. " irlthauoj itji timonials Irom gradnntes occupjing prominent positions all over the nl Testimonials and Tin" DATS trvatinrnt Ir.a. That llurk jalarrudtamsrslo sliMMlrrlul rurrtt with DB " ! KM, lloi K, Atlanta, Oa, lions of $10,000, payable to order Dr.lllloe't.EuVBl'iVASTEIt. Xl.0 rATlX uCOUO, illtlmp, M. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. VRHICLK3 States it will be mailed to you PREB. OnljUc. United 28 Nil I.I. t'OINTN AIIUAKHAS, TI'.XtN, MKXIl'O A.l OAI.IKIIt.MA. Gas Lighted Vcstibuled Trains with Caie Cars, Pulimau Sleepers and Free declining (Jbair Lars to Memphis and New Orleans. Pullman Tourist Car leaves Louisville every Thursday night, and runs through to California via New Orleans and the South Pacific Sunset Route. Double berth rate from Louisville to San Francisco only 80.50; proportionately low rates to intermediate points. Representative STATE TnFourth ueuoe. '"" v' T In A. sT Hon. D. H. Smith. Representative CIRCUIT Distric- tHon. LEOISLATUItE. Ohio County COURT. R. C. Jarnacm. OHIO COUNTY. Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens-bor- Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Owcnsboro. T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. 8. A. Anderson, Clerk Hartford. Rowan Holbrook, Master Comrais- sionet Hartford. G. B. Likens, Trustee Jury Fund Remarking upon the general aspect of the esse, Justice Pcckham said; We have no donbt that where the direct and immediate efieet of a con tract or combination among particular dealers in a commodity is to destroy competition between them and others, and that the parties to the contract or combination may otttin increased prices lor themselves, such contract or combination amounts to restraint of trade in the commodity, even though contracts to buy such commodity at the enhanced price are continually be. ing made. Total suppression oi the trade in the commodity is not neces sary in order to render the combina tion one in restraint of trade. It eflect oi the combination in limit ing and restricting the right ol each of the members to transact business in the ordinary way, as well as its fleet upon the volume or extent ol the dealing in the commodity, that is regard ed. The opinion then adds: It is almost needless to add that we do not hold tvery private enterprise which may be carried on chiefly or it) psrt 01 by means ol IntcrHate ship nients is therefore regarded ns related to interstate commerce so as to come within the regulating power ol Con rcss. Such enterprises may be ui the same nature as the manufacturing ol refined suar ; that is, the parties may be engaged in the manufacture of a commodity which they thereafter Intend at some time to sell and pos sibly to sell in another state; but such sale we have already held ns an incl. dent to and not the direct result of the manufacture, and so Is not a regula. tion or an illegal Interference with interstate commerce. The principle is not affected by anything herein decided. Ladies' Apron. La Mailed Ire for 12 Hon heads cut from etamp. Lion Coffee wrappera and o An unusually flno picture, from the trash of the noted German artist, Gabrltl Max. It Is founded "on chamluo'sIs puem. "The Interesting, The story Lion's Ilrlde and we send with each picture a handsome folder, containing copy of the poem and telling allatoutlL Slxe, ISxM Inches. fr?ITl't" i quality lawn, with alternate revering and tucks i broal hem at bottom, and Hade of goad Child's Drawing: Book. A collection of nice outline pictures bound Into form with sheets of tissue Razor. I L'hViA neatly gathered very superior and stylish article- - Bite, Six 49 Incites. Given for 20 lion heads and assent at waist: a Is bk por leaves. Ontheso tissue pages tho tho stamp. Fruit Picture. children can. irsee tho pictures beneath, thus affording enjoymen as well as Instruction to the hand and eya These drawing looks and the box of crayons go irr wellI tocewer, There are six different kinds, and tmch drawing book requires 6 lion heads and stamp. atamp. (llveei for Hon heads and a raanr, made of beat A . English steel, and extra it Rubber Dresslntr Comb. stamp. For tOtlM heads anda2-ce-nt Lrngth, T Inches, full site and weight. Made ot genuine India rubtar, floely finished, Appropriate for aIaiSs'dresa- I or lor use In the household. Dorothy and Her Friends." A bright, Naval Box Kite. Sec It Fly I The celebrated Lox klto now so popular. Thlrt y inches long and cornea safely folded, but can quickly be spread to fly. Every American boy cheery picture. For 8 lloa head and a 2c stamp. bright, cheery picture rerresenl- A ingallttleglrli lncwltnncr ens and her rabbits. Theprcdomlnotlng colors nro rkh reds and greens, fclzc, brads and a 50-Fo- ot Bite, ltill Inches, (liven for 8 lloa stamp. Olven for IS Hon heads and Clothes Line. a stamp. S9BmJr 2J&B1 TV S KsHs.9' fSRI I 3r f j '2s Zy4- . dame "India." Similar to "Par-chl- l. which has been playeil In eastern countries since before the dawn of history The Illustration shows plan ot the game, with usuat counters, dice ae-anil dlce-cup-a romiauTioK is. a nma which never tire of playing. Olven lor atamp. heads and a llxlnches. Tor 10 wanuone, lion hesds sump we and wul mall It ttDoed, readf for hang-log-. Made ot closely braldt-cotton threads, strong, and will give the best ot satisfaction. "rsonsilso aro Interested Hailed free for 40 Hon heads cut from etamp. Lion Coffee wrappera and a l'P.QStflrhK si. v J v - 2H. fl Every time you buy a pound package of LION COFFEE you have bought something else, too. Don't overlook it You have bought a certain portion of some article to be selected by you from our new Premium Lists 1 1 THO ABOVE ARC ONLY A FEW OP Tlllt UONCOFFEO PREMIUMS. Another list will shortly appear In this paper I Don't mlslltl The grandest list of premlnmaevcroflcrcdl You always know LION COITED by the wrapper. It la a sealed pock. age, with the lion's head In front. It Is absolutely pure If the package Is unbroken. LION COFFEU Is roasted the day It leaves the factory. IMPORTANT NOTICE. 'When writing for premiums send your letter In the aanas envelope or package with the lion heads. If more than 1 5 lion heads are sent, you can aave postage by trimming down the margin. Ask your grocer lor larga Illustrated premium list. Address all letters to the StrrWPr jjj . WOOLSON SPICE OO., Toledo, Ohio. 40 CATARRH CAN BE CURED. IT GOES TO EVERY PART. BURE. SAFE AND PLEA8ANT. MURDOCH'S CATARRH CURE. (Jlie&p ghingles. , The word "cheap" had two meanings, it may mean "cheap" quality, or "cheip" pice. When I use the word It applies to the price. That's not egotism it'o business, I've built up the biggest shingle business in this section ol the country just by sticking to WHY Highest Grades and Lowest Prices. low-gra- DR. HATHAWAY CURBS. C3rL: ARE THE? FDFLXOaSh exton-llT- aiscor-crie- Mop-ov- Hartford, Ky., ntiW3&ii&VlS: E3. 3Loo3at;iX3L, Tlioo. EVANSVILLE, IND. rxTTtr JJSmith Premier 1" '"T 1 1 .,.., Has opened up a General Store, tho only one in town. Call au cximino my goods and get prices before buying' elsewhere. It will be to votir inter est to do so. This town goes without saying, with tho country people, to be the highest town in the county, f!e:rdeso , .& , 'A .. ", '' -- - But he that Says so, .As long as am in business here, will misrepresent the town. By the help of tho people I expect to sell goods as cheap as tho cheapest. Country produce taken at the highest market price in change for goods. sols . I I I A Bcisiness 5daQQLfioti r&8TATTON npiuM B TRANSFEKLINE i sap DROPSY bu.