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The Republican end the Courier Journal, t jear, JSt.35 Tht' Republic ia and the Toledo (O ) Blade, t jear, f I 35 The Uepublican and Louisville Dispatch, The Repul lican and the Globe Democrat, 1 1 oru.'telDlrt.e; 3Ft.ct.tes. year, year, $1 $1 jo. j. r ? The HaeteohD Bepubmm OFFICIAL OECAK Of THE PARI? IN THEItOUSTH C0NDEESSI0K2L DISTSICI. Tho Hopublican kindly invitoa its many readoru and '.riotida to givo thrso morobantn whoadvortiBOlu itsoolumns thnboncfltot thoir trado. It will bo regarded as a personal iavnr. Fine Job Work a Specialty. Subscription $1 a year. ,W5V Mllli.n,,n cTcaavT. wnni uun awaa VOL. XII. MRTON JOHN P. AT LAW, ATIORNEY Special attention Riven to all business entrusted to his cate. Office In Court tlouse. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAf, DECEMBER 22, 1899. iiAiirroiui, ky. Will practice bis profession In all the courts. of Ohio and adjoining counties ana ourt 01 Appeals, special alien tlon given to collections. Kftorney atKY.Law HARTFORD, M. L. HEAVtUN, SHELBY TAYLOR, ?1 Will practice hlspioferslon in all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ofAppeala. .Special atten tion given tiTall assignments In bank rtiptcy ATTOimm JiTJJlW . HARTPORD, KY Acts gcntly on f Kidneys, Liver and Bowels the System the Attokney at HARTFORD, KY. Law, Cleanses OVERCOMES 5JtrrtOIUALL 3 Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining countiet Caraiul attention will be Rivea to a Colbusiness entrusted to his care. lection! specialty rrt9 IHlr Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. given to SPECIAL attention abstracts, Ac making Ulso Notary I'ublio tor Ubio Uunty. Office . JNO. B. WILSON, H4BlTUAlCONSTIWT'ON .,.1. - PHHENTIY '"riCIAL V r" OUr THE 6ENUINt-MN- T D By Ut?RNIAffG,SYRVP(. '"XlL ro North side of public square. uu or u mm4t "SX fu -m. ru unu. ".?? IIaktford, Ky. Wilt practice his profession in the the courts of Ohio and adjoininr counties. Also Notary Public. Attorney at Law, R. R. WEDDING General Directory. C0NOKE88IOKAL. Iteprcsentative Fourth District Hon. D. II. Smith. STATE Senators Hon. William C. Hon. W. J. Dcboe. LEGISLATURE. Lind-sa- y, tention given to collections, settle boro. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney went or decedent's estates, road cases Office up Owensboro. and criminal practice. T. II. Black, Jailer -- Hartford. stair next door to Griflin'adrug store. H A, Anderson, Clerk Hartford. Rowan Holbrook, Master Coramis-sion- Will nractico his profession in all the Courts oi Kentucky. Special at- Law, Attorney atKY. HARTFORD, 3r3. IE. 3NT3SA.IL., Representative R. 0. Jarnagto. Ohio County Hon. OHIO COUNTY. CIRCUIT COURT. Hon. W. T. Owen. Judee Owens- - Hartford. 'AnORNtY and COUNSELLOR at UW, G. B Likens, Trustee Jury Fund (NOTARY PUBLIC) Hartfoid. KENTUCKY. HARTl'ORD, 8. T. 8tevens Sheriff Hartford. Will practice his profession in all Deputies D. M. Hocker, T. H. Ben-to- n, the courts ol Ohio and adjoining comi-itR. B. Martin and W. H. Tinsiey. and tbe Court of Appeals. Prompt CourfcourcneB first Mouday in attention given to nil business entrust-t- March and August and continuesthrce his care weeks, and third Monday in May and Office In Republican building. November two weeks. ea o J. S. R. Wedding, ei JOHN T RONE. COUNTY COURT. M. S. Ragland.CIerk Hartford. M, L, Heavrin, Attorney-Hartfor- d. (T.NTt.HTOn'N, KY. prnrllr-li- l nil Ih In Court couvenca first Monday in Will narlsorohlo mid ikiJuIiiImic rouiHIrx each month. anil i'nnrl ol ApprnU. Nprrlnl nclrii-lin- n QUARTERLY COURT. altrn In rullretloiia. OlUrclu W. Begins ou the second Monday in A. Ran nnllillttjr. each month, COURT Or CLAIMS, A. Q. Convenes first Monday in January, and Tuesday after the eecoud Monday In October. llAirrFonn, Ky. Special attention giveu to nil business OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS. entrusted to bis caro. Office iu Court N, Moxloy, Surveyor. House. Q, D. Royal, Assessor. Fon Rogers, School Supt. R, E. LEESIMMERMAN, L. W. Hunt, Coronor Sulphur Springs. ATTORNEY AT LAW ' irl.lnii Jas, P. Miller, Judge Hartford. Attorney at Law, Attorney SAYlOfi. ' &i Haktfoko, Ky. law JUSTICES' COURTS. Will practice his profession in all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carelullv and promptly attended to. Office with T. J. Smith &C., Market Blreot. "" Attorney at Law, Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties. Special attention given to allbusiness entrusted to his care. J E. DAVIDSON, Hartford, Ky., ATTORNEY-A- rOHIIMVIM.:, UKNTUUHY. Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court oi Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Office next door toToet Office. J. HDWIN KQWli. V &. OsP- - 3R.o"fcy W, - LA T Court will be held at Fordsville on March 1st, June 1st, September let and December 18th. B F, Graves Court will be held at Butord on March SO, June 29, September 28 aud December 21. S. J. Wei.ler Court will be held t Sulphur Spriugs on March 28,June 27September 20 and December 29. II. B. Taylor Court will bo held at Cromwell on March 4, June 10, September 2 and December 9, W. A. Rone Court will be held at Ccntertnwn on February 13, May 20, August 28 aud November 1. Preston Morton Post No. 4. G, A. R hold their regular meeting Saturday before the first Sunday in each month In Court Hall at 1 o'clock p. W. A. Carson, Com. a. John C. Chamberlain, Adjt. T. A. Evans WANTED. Several persons for District Office Managers in this State to represent me In their own nd surroundingcounties Willing to pay yearly J600, payable weekly. Desirable employment with unusual opportunities. References ex changed. Enclose addiessed stamped S. A. Park, 320 Cnxton envelope. Building, Chicago. 19 i6t I, FRLIX Rowe & Felix, HARTFORD, KY. Will practice in the Coutts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Prompt attention Riven to all business entrusted to our care. Office in Herald Do you know there are no two'w'o A Nlght-Lon- g Journoy Throo men in the world with eyes that have vHundrod Foot Under jnst tbe same glance or expression, or "ijjtho Ground. call it what you will? Flud me two girls with precisely the ChaumoutrKy., Dec. 16, 1899. same ej es in every physical particular The Grand 'Avenue Cave is next tn and then, honor bright, confess they are just alike but for this or that dif- the Mammoth Cive, the most extensive and magnificent underground ference. And it's jait that difference that passage in America, and with a gay descended gives each her patticulur charm and party of eleven makes her the one and only while you 167 steps Saturday night Into this cavem;'anThc beautiful are under bar spell. saagle Some wiseacre has announced that descent at the entrance is at degrees agjsVKjjj the beljtf that eyes change under va- of about torty-fiv- e rious emotions is founded upon a fal- went down the was of oar DaftrJlJsK. Warren Compton inJsjHwMwa7 subroAd av,nn,. tH 1e .1 lacy. a The eyebrow and eyeHd"musclesr need have WiitTjii falllngaTtfwoi ifeettin diameter extends downward this writer said, contracting and te- torn was perfectly solid. Directly al- W about forty feet narrowing in lexing, drew the lids back, exposing ter entering the cave we passed into a in width, but extending In the length or covering tbe sclerotic. thus giving room where our cuide reproduced with nsit toward the surface ot the bii'llancy or dullness to the eye, but beautilul e licet the approach of a sum. mountain, Our pirty stormed hern tbe ej e itself rt mains nlwnya the same. mer storm. The roof of the cave at and blew oujjgthe lights and in the And I thought they raut have been this point is high and corrugated nnd inky(darkness"three hundred feet tin. short ol copy at thtfrprinling office.or the white and shown alternating gives derthe grounding "Sweet Bye and nave Heard that, the Grand else that the story w a written by a it the appearance as seen by the light uye. blicd contributor ; for It seems to me of our CAve lamps, of the advance est of songs,, sung at the fireside, at no one who has ever lived and looked clouds of a summer storm and our the church and Ju the death chamber, into the face of friend or fue cau doubt guide walking rapidly swinging his obi ncveroeiore cad it that the eye reflects the soul more ac- lampgave them an apparent speed that told me of the'mectiug on the beautiwas truly wonderful. At one side of this ful shore, andasi Ufe tlrh mi.iin ..... curately than any other feature. room is a pit that descends to un1c echoed baclcHyay the depths According to the best authorities, jtflMV, measured depths and here sat another nnd the dome alwge I wondered 'Mjfik the more prononnced the individuality, the more mental activity and pas. of our party rolling hugh stones into aingiug on oeauiiiui snore WW sion predominate,the darker,as a rule, it, which striking against the walls of be a holler melody, I believe (Mh the eyes ; the color of the eyes being the pit echoed back mutterings not were other tears than mine wIimiiMm.' IBvtj.i? . m imn in unison with the temperament, and unlike the distant storm cloud. I finrli. waa.MilMl Well-Equippe- d "f "..OVUV.VU. Tk.li.., nun tbe most pronounced colors being have seen some splendid reproductions est underground spectacle was 8jJ'found among the most pronounced oi nature's egergy on the stage, but ery Hall. Here tbe water holding the Low nothing to equal the thunderstorm in various constituents of earth aud temperaments. stone According to Reich, who is a high Grand Aveuue Cave. Here our wag in solution has dripped for ages and commercial, elocution, music and law. authority, if light eyes prevail In a insisted that the next time he visited its deposits have decorated a spacious country its inhabitants are lively and this cave he would come in daylight room more grandly than sculptors EgaeahBiL,ifcT;LTJhTbT.ByBraaia! We ever dreamed. Nature takes a drop when he could see something. impetuous. If dark eyes predominate they char- next passed into Lee Avenue and here ol water and a thousand years to shape These are Music, Law, Commercial and Elocution, each acterize people of vehement, active is found the bottomless pit which is a model, but how sublimely It perBy reference to the year book ol 1899 and 1900 It will be one hundred and fourteen feet deep. forms its task. Here on each side of observed that the courses ot study are rnore complete and of which is in charge of thoroughly competent and experitemperament. the field of research broader than they have been at any enced teachers. Women with intensely colored eyes, The bottom of this pit is reached by an altar, white as snow, sits Maty and Miss Wolcott, of the Department of Music, received her either dark or blue, are of a deep con- nearly perpendicular steps eighty six Martha of whom a Grecian bard wrote time in the history of our institution. As advancement is made in culture andjntelligence a training in the Conservatory of Chicago and is a most ex- centrated nature ; those with light in number. Here our party halted, a pretty and touching poem after his demand for institutions of a higher class of work Is neces- cellent teacher. eyes have little several of them fieely expressing their visit here some time ago, and the Siablue or grayish-whit- e Judge J. S Glenn Is a lawyer o! ripe scholarship and sitated. To mett these demands we have adopted such and are especially inclined lack of anxiety to explore this avenue mese twins modeled limestone stand further, but Messrs. Allen Hlggin-bothacourses of study as the experience and observation of years wide experience and Is admirably suited to the Law De- to physical excesses. near by leaning slightly toward the William Cook aud myself altar as if imploring the Gods or the of labor and thought have proven to be the most natural partment. Eyes may be in a general way read made the tedious descent. There is saintly woman for a separate exisand will lead to the most complete mastery of the subjects J. D. Stewart, in charge of the Commercial Department, thus: to be pursued. It is our aim to teach students to think is'a graduate of tbe Bryant & Stratton Business College, Eyes that are wide open aie indica- nothing in the pit to excite the ex tence. This splendid exhibition of plorer's interest except its very great nature's effort to outdo the sculptor is and act for themselves. Net only do we endeavor to arouse of Louisville, Ky. tive of freshness. Miss Rolluf the Elocution Department, is an elocutionin students a desire to master the study which they are to glancing are al- and precipitous depth. The pit is a sight worth a journey of a thousand Eyes that are side about foity feet long and at the farther miles to see and I regret that I lack a pursue, but to instruct the.ni in those general principles ist of rare powers and superior culture. ways to be dlstrnsted. We guarantee the most perlecfsatisfaction in all these that lead men to a higher and nobler plane of action. Small eyes are generally supposed end we again ascended to the general comparison by which to describe it. level of tbe cave Looking down into At 3 o'clock in the morning we com, Departments in their oocil-r- e Students need, as we to indicate cnrlning.-- ' latlons and moral conduct. We endeavor to thoroughly pleted our journey of seven miles uun Eyes that are .restless and move this pit where Mr. Coots had descendimpress upon the minds ol our pupils the important fact For a number of years Hartford College has been gain- rapidly and constantly are supposed ed with a lamp and then across It to der ground and ascended the long where the rest of our party waited for stairway skyward. J. H. Thomas. that accuracy of knowledge, thoroughness in mental dis- ing n rank with the leading Colleges and Universities that to betoken anxiety, Jear or care. cipline, correctness of expression and morality are neces- she Is proud to possess. eyes Indicate our return was Indeed a splendid Long, IN Me'mORIAM. spectable and more than a recompense sary to make life what it ought to be and can be made. During the past year we made arrangements with the great discernment or penetration. for our tiresome climb. The bottomTbe following branches will be pursued during the spring following medical schools to allow our graduates to enter When the white of the eye shows Ella, wife of Rev. T. J, Acton, determ: Mathematics, Geometry, Surveying, Astronomy, with one year's credit and without examinations: beneath the iris it indicates nobility less pit, like many another pit in the parted from Louisthis world, Wednesday, caves in Edmonson county, hath been Trigonometry, Mechanics and Calculus; Latin; Degiunlng ville Medical College; Indiana Medical College; University of character. a death chamber, for here, many years December 6th, at 11:30 p. m.,of pneut Latin, Ctcm; English Literature; Pancoast'a text, some of Louisville; Cincinnati Medical College; Belleview HosWhen half or more of tbe pupil is monla fever. She had been confined of the recent writers, Philosophy of Llteratureand Draper's pital 8s Medical College, N Y ; Vanderbllt University. covered by the upper lid this indicates ago, a Mr. Wright and another party, to her bed for nearly two months and both southern gentlemen, were exIntellectual Development of Europe, and General History; We also have arrangements to enter our graduates, great coolness and deliberation. ploring this avenue without a golde, was convalescent and able to gather Sciences, Botany, Physics, Psychology and Chemistry, without examinations in the schools of Liberal Arts; Wash The upper lid passing horizontally again, around tbe heartbslde, her famBesides these a number of classes will be organized to suit ington & Lee University, DePauw University, University across the pupil indicates mental and their light giving out they attempted to crawl out when Wright ily, when on December 2d, she was demands of the pupils. Iu fact, we feel .safe in saying ot Indiana, Vanderbllt University, Centre University, Cen the ability. stricken with that dreaded disease, that we are prepared to meet the needs of all. The eye that is unsteady and jerks went headlong into tbe pit from which tral University, Ohio University and many other leading, pneumonia, and, after a few days, rapidly from side to side is usually in he was taken out two days later a schools. corpse. His fellow explorer crawled peacefully passed to her heavenly ln dlcatlve oi an unsettled mind. These courses are under the instruction of the ablest about in the midnight darkness for herltance. She was always patieat A weak constitntlon is usually inWashington & Lee University has placed in our hands a teachers in tbe school and the work done in them covers t hours before he was res- during her long illness and perfectly dicated by weak brows and long conevery branch required by the State for a County certificate, scholarship to be given to one of our graduates, who decued. Lee Avenue is famous for the resigned to her fate. A more patieitt. a State certificate or a State diploma. Every faithful and sires to pursue a higher course ot work than we oOer. cave lashes. mother and wife never existed. Mam- -' A tenacious memory and great inx finding in it ol the mummy of which ma was always looking energetic teacher expects to at least compute these courses This institution also agrees to lurnish us with a list of at may be Indicated by the I spoke in my last letter, and which I and obtain from the State the highest certificate of quali- questions and allow us to examine any one of our pupils telllgence cloud, Mauy,aeth have since had the pleasure, II it may lining of eyes being set far apait. fication possible. The constantly growing demand for who may desire to attend Its school. times she has gathered herchlldren Eyes of which the whole of the Itis be called a pleasure, of seeing. The This must mean to the thinking man that Hartford Colwell trained teachers, with broad and liberal preparation mummy is the dried remains, skin and arouud her and talked to them of life for their work has made it necessary for us to provide the lege is above the ordinary educational institutions of the is visible belong to erratic persons, bone, of a young woman. It was dis- and its battles, a blessed remembrance. very highest grade of instruction in each particular line ol country. Any one desiring a course in medicine or den- often with a tendency toward insanity. Jealousy, bigotry, intolerance and covered In the cave here nearly thirty It .was hard for us to give mamma tbe teachers' work. In order to do this, each class has tistry will do well to consult us. pertinacity without firmness are usu- years ago and has been on exhibition away, but we must learn to seek that been placed in the hands of a teacher who has made a speceyes In ally Indicated by at many of the principal exhibitions prize which glory gives. weak countenances. ialty ot the work and who will spire no pains to make tbe Tuition Per term of ten weeks 8.00 Gone before us, O our mother, Eyes placed close together in the iu this country beginning with the work popular and effective. While wc give such InstrucFor two terms (in advance) 15 00 head are said to Indicate pettiness of Centenial at Philadelphia To the spirit land, in 1876, tion as will best prepare for examinations we most rigidly Board This Is always by far the largest item;of school disposition, jealousy and a turu tor The young lady passed her list moVainly we look for another insist upon a thorough understanding of the principles of expenses hence we worked hard to reduce it to a minimum In the place to stand. reclining on her left side with The proper distance between the ments the subject taught. Our work In Pedagogical lines Is Ins and we believe we have succeeded, as we can offer students berchln resting on her right hand. She's gone to worlds above, tended to develop more capable and conscientious men and the very best board in private families at the low rates of eyes Is the width of an eye, Harriet $2 00 per week This includes furnished room, fuel, light, Hubbard Ayrr. It is an Interesting, but pitiful sight-m- ore Where saints and angels meet women for all the departments of teaching. and everything except washing. So that the entire expitiful when the motive for her To realize our Savior's love Do you need work in the Teachers' course? It so, we penses here for board and tuition tor twenty weeks need retiiement from the world to seek And worship at his feet. want you Are you deficient in Spelling, Reading, Writ- not exceed $55 00. death in this dark and chilly cavern is Examine our courses of study and see il you do not need ing, Composition, Grammar, Arithmetic, Geography, HisOur own dear mother has gone something in them. known. I will give it to the readers tory, Civics, Physiology, Klucational Psychology, Meths To mansions above yonder sky Experimental, Laboratory and Practical Field Work are oi Tub Republican at another time. oda, Physics, Geometry, Literature or Latin ? If so, this some of our leading features. To gaze on the beautiful throne We then proceeded, to tbe ball room Is the place lor jou to attend rchool, as teachers' classes If you want to learn and are willing to work for know! Of him who Is seated ou high. where the beau from Staten Island will be sustained in all the above named branches dutlng edge, this is tbe place for you if you arc seeking luxurious She's crossed tbe troubled river ease and sensual enfoyment.'brttar go somewhere else. has waltzed with the belle from tbe our spring term. Our work will be thoroughly and honFor further information call upon or write, That lies twlxt us and heaven Golden Gate. In tbe center of the estly done and will be done according to tbe best methods To her a robe of whiteness, T.J. MORTON, ball room the telercope, three feet at experience and observation suggest. that O. M. SHULTZ, Vice Proa. A golden crown is given. its base and as many Inches nt the HARTFORD COLLEGE, HflRTFORDMTUCKY. lm rwrn Vi No. 22. mP na GRAND Pfcat AVENUE CAVE. EASILY THE LEADING SCHOOL OF THJIS SECTION OF KENTUCKY. SPRING TERM BEGINS JAX. 22, 1900, AND CONTINUES TWENTY' WEEKS. the-writ- rock-doom- ed are many loose stones. This room Is called the Lone Star room, from the fact, that soou after Its discovery, which was recent, and excursion par-ty from Txas hit on the unique plan ot leaving a monument of their visit by building a pyramid of stone in wmch each member of the party was to place the heaviest stone he could Hit. Since that, however, an excur- . parry irom each State in the union has followed the Texans example until such pyramids have arisen, each properly marked. Of course Kentuckians modestly re. train lrom this monument building. Echo Dome wss the next point of Jin j.rest visited. Here on one side of , fbrty-four -- uu Healthful Methods, Superior Environments, Complete Courses, NOTE THE! .T'VjaJISrTJ.C3ctt& Location, Strong Faculty, Building.The collegiate, teachers', preparatory, - Best Expenses. 3 - jojjo.iinit;iiio Collegiate Department. Special Departments. sell-cont- thlnk.-instruetlo- n -- Standing of Hartford College. sharp-cornere- d Teachers' Courses. Scholarships. forty-eigh- thMv' Expenses. wide-starin- fault-findin- g. Pi-o- Tho SIckMado Well. Have you any pain, or ache.or weakness? Does your blood that it contains Impurities? Areyou nervous? Do you lack snap and activity ol mind body? Are you easily tired? Havejou lost ambition? Is there nnv unnatural diain upon your syeten ? Is every organ pertornrng its proper lurciion? In other words : Are jou a peifectly Strang, active, vigorous, healthy. ban py man If not, ynuMiould not delay one day More jou consult J Newton Hathaway, M D . tf 3C9 Church St , Nahhvllle, Temi Hyler'a Dyspepsia Tablets, pleasant, easy th take, and give permanent relief. 10 dava treatment. l. Mailed tf un icvcipi hi juiic MuKDOCir CURK Co., Atlanta, Ga. iiiiaB'iffi Anti-Kink xjr ' u tullriing Tho w TArPKj ss$bSwSusksm:!i Southern Railway. Ilua, Alnlininn, Thiiimi", JVnrlli I'nrolltiit, (leorgln. Mid 3ll.ala.lppl. 6463 Miles Thiee Dally Trains Dttween Lnulsvllleand Lexington Observation Chair Cara. Train leave nnd ar rive Loulsvlllefrntii Seventh Street Union Denot connecting with trains of the Illinois Central Railroad and L II &8t L Railway1 For Information . Whldon, WM.H, M, P. Will straighten Curly and Kinky hflr without Injury to tne scalp or liulr. lit muchy, VliKlutn.Nmiili tlfkt ten SMtHtrn Statu 1'Hto. Price. 50c er Box. 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(or I That Aches fa.ll My son has been troubled for years She Hadn't Dropped Off. with chronic diarrhoea. Sometime aero I nersuaded him tn lain, .ntim M 'Delis!'' Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and "YIs, ma'am." Remedy. After using two 'bottles of the 25 cent size he was "I am very tired, and I am goln&to, cured. I give this testimonial, hop-- J lie down for an hour." ing some one similarly a (11 ic ted may "Yis, ma'am." read it and be benefited Thomas C "If I should happen to drop off, call Bower, Glencoe, O. For sale by Z me at 5 o'clock." wayne liillun fi Ilro. ru "YIs, ma'am." So my hdy lies down, folds her What Clgarottos Did to This Boy. hands, closes her eyes and Is soon in the land of dreams. She is awakened David Hurley, Springfield, Ohio, by the clock stilling 6 and crits In19 years old, died fiont the efiects of dignantly: cigarette smoking. His father says Dellal" tbe boy smoked $5 worth ol clgaretts "Yls, ma'am." every week. He had shriveled up "Why didn't you call me at 5 o'clock until he looked like an old man. His as I told you to dc?" lungs were in bad shape and his blood ' Shure, uiaUm, ye tould me to call was veey thin. The physician opened ye If he had dropped ,IT. I looked In the boy's are a short time after death on ye ut 5, and ye hadn't dropped oil" nnd found that the malr artery did not at all) Ye was lyin' on the bed In tho contain a dropol blood. It bad dried same place, sound asleep!" up. The boy's lather requested that That rMtniMark can bo rmrnt trllh the case he make public so that it Otijti. would serve as a warning to other buys. Cleveland Leader, Dr. MJUV I'ala i'llb stop lleadAca. Out in Kansas She writes: I bsve used Mother's Prlend before two confinements. The last time I had twins, and wis In labor only a few mln- utes. Suffered very little." Tbe reason wojr lives a hsppy wife Mother's Friend does expectant mothers so much rood la because Ills an external liniment, to be applied upon tha outside, where much of the strain comes. It helps because tbe pores of the skin readily absorb It, and It comes Into direct contact with and is absorbed by the parts Involved. Morning sickness Is quickly banished, and nervousness Is kept completely away. The sense of drsad and foreboding Is not experienced, even during labor itself. Confinement Is short snd almost without psln. Kecorery Is quick and sure. Best of all, Mother's Prlend benefits the unborn Just as much as the expectant mother, and when tbe little one comes It will be strong, lusty and healthy, MtttMf't Prltad far f I a WtU. DrurrfaU H.a4 tor our ir. dooi on iat laoj.ci, flo.ljr UU.trattJ, ) TUB BRADPIHLD REOUUATOR CO. ATLANTA. OA. celling eight feet above is one ol the most Interesting natural formations I ever saw. This column of onyx marble looks exactly like an open tele scope, tbe length of sections decrease Ing with the size of the stone as it ap proache the celling. When a ball Is in progress each join of the telescope has its circle of candles and I nm informed the effect Is beautiful. The gieat architect of this ball room did not neglect the fiddler, bnt moulded him a stand, and a roomy one too, at one side of the room. From the ball room we went over the rocky mountain which ia more than fifty feet high and Is ascended by a route over chaotic stones weighing from a pound to a a ton, This route.ages ago, was doubt less at the general level of the cave, far it is exident that this mountain of fragmentary stone was formed by falling from the dome which would raise tbe base and the dome at the same time. From tbe top of the mountain we followed a narrow passage, frequently having to crawl, for about one hundred feet when it opened into a vast low roofed room where there But she's not dead; no she lives! Her happy spirit flies To heaven above.and there receives The long expected prize. Thy form alot,e Is allj thank God, That to the grave Is given, For we know thy soul, the better pait Is safe, yes, safe in heaven. Weep not for her who meekly, led A life of piety and love, Whose unassuming virtue shed A hallowed influence from above. We cannot tell who next may fall Beneath tby chastening rod, One must be first, but let us all Prepare to meet our God, Albert,, An editor prints his paper to give his patrons the news ol the day aud for tbe money there Is in it. He U presumed to know of what he writes, and he generally does. When he writes as he does in tbe Leader Courier, Osceola Mills, Pa., without fee or hop ol reward, that "Chamberlain's Cougk Remedy acts magically, and we have found none better in our household. If you have a cough, try it," (t may beacceped as an honest ezpraiMlo'i, woitby ot credence. For sale byZ, Wayne Griffin & Bro. O h'nawjp"! 8W" JifiJWJMJWU1 fv' "nnnti vfiiw. '; I ShorifTs Salo for Taxes. Jack Chinn & Company that jus- not. If this man is permit!' to bo ZEHICea-dqSLxte'tice might reign supreme. Gov. Brad- Governor, freo elections to Kentucky rs Pub. Co.JcorporaU4 Wrfoy ffv.tf By viitue of taxes due the State of tf IhHattfird Bute pride ley is a wholly terror to tho Demo- wilt sure be at an end. Kentucky and county of Ohio for the FON and LON ROOER9 - - Editor re,,ca cratic party wherever he may be found and patriotism will ! year 1899 I will ofTcr for sale at the W,U doubt-lee- s Coutt tluuse door in Hartford Ky , and no mistake was made in chooting pnst. Freedom of the pr ,orce on Monday, Jan I. 191)0, the follow mail mitter Intered JtHattford jioststfif i as jewd-tus- s him to lead the contest tor the Repubbe restrained,' n,"d nn" ing named land", viz: Silo will beand nit manner 22 FRIUaY DUCBUt-Elicans. Gov. Bradley is an able law- cold blooded murder gin at ont o'cti ck p, m He is of crimes ill I justified by law. ABTNAVILUt PRKC1NCT yer, and a mm of fine ability. M Acres. Til k Cut. lu pijirs mini. It is n singular thing lliat three a bjlcl, daring man when truth is upon Should Guebel fa" to recommend these WEAK WOMENSTROKQ WOMEN WELL. "SKrt Dean, Gu) M . . . . 91 $67 55 hearts beat a one, bat Ibis is tlio No better to becorre Jaws he would be unfaiththe throni to be crucifitd. Fields, Mate 5 4" ceD'" ' Dl8 C0D,l'lu in Brigham Roberts' caeo. The success of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Hatbourtjns. Adm'r for selection could havo been made had ful to '"rKe I'er Prescription In tbe cure of disease pethe country been searched lor legal encr. Krery Kentuckian favoring culiar to women, is beyond comparison H. P. Hamilton's heirs I! 35 Nothing would be so accepted t Dean, Guy M. talent thruuphnut nil tin lirnntl iln- -' free tpeecb, free elections and liberty, greater than that of any other medicine & - 89 16 her majesty, the Queen of Britain, tor J W. Fields . 3"J especially lor woman' use. It mains. All hail to Gov. Bradlev in should resolve to stand as firm in the preparedcure-ais not a but a scientific prepara Collier, Jno. S . 480 a Christmas present, as a victory of (present storm of discord as Patrick tion, the prescription of an eminent Bray, Flddlllls . 16 the present crisis. The people of Ken her iorces in South Africa. living physician, still in active practice Mattlngly, A D 56 3 tucky look to him for deliverance and Henry did jn the days of the nation's and who, assisted by his stafT of nearly . 20 3 8n infancy and exclaim, "Give me lib a score of trained physicians, treats and McCarty, Jno G Gov. Taklor is now in the execu. this trust will not be betrayed. . 306 V. Miles, Chas. 1085 erty or give me death. Kentucky cures thousands ot women every year. Same for 189S . . . . 150 tivo mansion, and he is also firmly im4 8j " ha an invigor"Favorite The question of subjugating the and Kentuckians should stand like a ating and Prescription power peculiar to Dean, Mary J. T. Smith vitalmn planted in the Governor's chair and Filintnna in virtnnllv fettled. AgUl- - wall of granite in this contest. itself and a phenomenal control of dis- Agt 6tH 3 " tho gates of Gbebelism cannot prevail eases which attack tbe delicate organs of McDaniel, Sol B. 3 10 So fn'aldo, the George Washington ..f the woman. It permanently cure backache, Payne, Henry L, . . . . 30 against him. 3 JO bearing-dowPhilippines, has deserted in army "" ulceration, inflampains, The Contest. TOWN LOTS mation and like ills by curing their Parson, Jno one town lot Ju citizens clothing Tun subscribers of The Republi- is now disguised 3 I" cause. It dries up the drains, puts out Stinnett, Wui one town lot 4 25 can are requested to pay up their wandering through the lonely mounThe contest, so called, led by the the fever fire of inflammation and cures CKNTKRTOWN TRECINCT. the corroding ulcer. It makes marriage subscription as a Christmas present, tains without even a body guard Hit commander-inichiof the Goebe! a happiness and motherhood a blessing, Miller, R. P.& Marvin 50 4 8n Nothing would be more acceptable to body guard has been destroyed and forces, the reputed and nominal Ex by giving to women such an abundant Morehead,Mrs.Mattle U 60 4 2.S nothing short of a miracle. baby blossoms into life vitality that the 1IBPL1N PRECINCT. the editors than a holiday ruth to pay bis escape u Senator J. C. S. Blackburn, U actu as sweetly, simply and naturally as a Haily, Hitman L . . I2 1030 In a hundred battles or more he has ally declared and the peiple of Ken the subscription. flower. Sick women are invited to con. IIORSK BRANCH PRKCINCT suit Dr. Pierce by letter free of charge. Blsler, Wni been the loter. Not a single victory tucky too 5 9' are to sutler another three All correspondence strictly confidential. Boeu victories aro very expensive crouns his efforts, and his name will Address Dr. R. V. Fierce, Buffalo, N. Y. Haven, Ansel 12 acre two Tlots 9 16 to John Bull. New forces are called! be recorded in history as a command- - months of unrest and discord. For HAGAN rRECiNCT. 164 Bills heirs Tbel!rit - Lr,n.cjief of a gcneralless army. His tbe first time in the history of tbe for aftereacb engagement. I Brand, Jno. W . . . asH l great State, Kentucky, her people are 3 to isn Aiion win aoon oe as meets efforts nave all been in vain, it was SUALLHOUSB TRECINCT pushing not ,)fltriotism that led him to declare to be humiliated by a contest ol one lamb, if the Boers continu Finch, W. L . 220 14 70 .party for the office of Governor and ' Curtley, Jno. A . . . 140 their engagements to victories. 5 90 irar against the United States, but other offices. the next 90 day Mortlff, T. C & A. T. 110 805 ' greed for fame. HARTFORD PRECINCT Kentucky and Kentuckians will witThe American people have always Helsley, Mrs M.T . . 7 480 been characterized by tiinr win"-ne- sa The Louisville J'ott says that tbe ness the most daring ventures of rene BUPORI) PRECINCT. to submit to the will of the ma- Democratic party would enter next gade and disappointed politicians. Hudson, Isaac . . . . 51 5 9" jority, but the Goebelites eem very year's campaign in a more hilarious The people will follow the proceedings timidated iu that city is untrue. The Pate, Lucy A . . . .50 310 and the CROMWELL PRECINCT. much indisposed at present, manner than now seems possible, if it of the proposed steal earnestly and election in Louisville was in the hands Leach, Joseph heirs . . 10 ! 195 only way in which they will submit is could get together in opposition to the zealously to tho end. They were quite of Goebelites, 87 Republican election TOWN tOTS. by force. 3 IO retention of the Philippines, if it was sure that November's tun, when he officers being removed on the evening' Brown, Richard one town lot FORDSV1LLE PRECINCT. unanimously opposed to tho building arose on the day following the election, before tbe election, absolutely without Johnston, A. B . . . 337 Jvst now it appears that Napoleon of the Nicaragua canal and the Pacific would bring tidings of peace and joy 590 3 60 cause, and against the protest of the Dean, W, J 50 wasabout right when he said that the cable, and if it could leeure a million to a much troubled people. By those Republican commissionei, and yet Whitler, Jno. T . . . . 80 5 30 British were "an army of lions led by 3 40 Pott should have citizens who love peace, honor and those election officers have made affi Richards, Jos II . . . . 30 jackaes." In a half dozen engager Iiepubliean voles. The TOWN LOTS stated in the start that if the Demo liberty, Goebel and his henchmen davits that they were forced to sign Monarch, M V. three town lots S3" nienls they have been routed. Tho cratic party had any platform large were defeated. Their stations have false returns. If these returns were Basbam, James one town lot 3 o reports give the soldiers much praise, 3 6o enough for all its members to stand on been assigned them by fate and they false, who falsified them? The Repub Clark, C. C one town lot but the generals' share awaits a great it of the same time, and a million of refuse to accept the result. Their po lican challengers and inspectors could Jackson, MCHENRY PRECINCT lot 3 10 victory. Mis. Mary one town Republican votes to start on, it could litical decorum was not, is not and not, had they desired, when the entire Maddox, Wilae same 3 75 Jltje 19tb, 1900, is the day chosen then have so.me pretext for entering never will be justifiable in the courts election boards were Goebelcrats and Caldwell, Sandy same 3 10 COOL SPRINGS PRECINCTS. the Republican party to renomiby Otherwise its ef of tbe imperial ruler of destiny. The Goebel sympathizers. Certainly tbe 1900 campaign. Jackson, James A'dm'r nate President McKinley for the Pres- forts aro vain. God that blesses the churches and men did not betray their master, Sep. Taylor, dee'd 130 480 and Philadelphia is the place. idency, bring peace and comfort to the hearts In the notices of contest served on SELECT PRECINCT. 283 Mr. T. J. WiirrrisaHiLL, Trisler, of men leads every just cause in Auditor elect Sweeney another sweep Butler, G C 9 9d1 It is quite probable that no opposition Baize, Mn. L. A . . . 75 3 to Hie are a very prominent and substantial strifes between men: guards, directs will be oflered to McKinley. ing allegation is made, in which the iutile hopes who desires to succeed the farmer and one of Ohio county's most and rules the destiny of nations. The ballots in 41 counties are declared il Brown, J SOUTH ROCKPORT. 97V "45 present chief magistrate in 1900. respected citizens, is a new Republi same God forsook not struggling Ken legal by the contestant. SIIRRVB PRECINCT Out of this 3 40 10 can convert, having cast his first vote tucky in the contest for her freedom, entire list there is not a single Demo- Basham, Jno. T . Dalton, W. A . . . . 190 80O The "June Gale" that swept the in tbe recent election for the entiro but stepped into the sanctuary of her cratic county wonderful to relate. It BEAVER DAM PRECINCT. 7tb district Monday was driven by a Republican ticket. Mr. Wbittinghill kingdom and delivered her children is a wonder that the other Republican 3 30 motor with about a 4,000 horse power, has always been a strenuous Demo from the hands of the bloody assassin counties escaped. It is alleged that Buskill, Jno one town lot BEDA PRECINCT. this crat up to the present and Goebelism allege Bennett, Geo. W . . .so It is quite safe to predict that tissue ballots were used. 3 60 In the face ot these facts, those de tion is ton preposterous for Ibis intelligent "Gale" will not drift farther than was to strong for his appetite, and feated political desperadoes have offer men to consider. Messrs. .bins and Martin, BRTLETT PRECINCT. . . 50 Addis 3 OO "Washington and there alt its "pent up therefore he has abandoned the Dem ed a contest. The cause of the con Pryor declared that the evidence sub Yates, Matilda . 166 590 fury" will subside, and tho "Gale," ocratiu party. He is one of the many test is unknown, if there be any, save mitted to tbe returning board would olaton" precinct.' like a cyclone, wilt never infest the good men in Ohio county that refused not have justified them in changing Shulten, Jno. J . 151 5 90 that a party of political thugs set out same country again. to countenance fraud and force in to locate themselves in offices of trust tbe result bad tbey tbe power, Ibey SULPHUR SPRINGS PRECINCT. surely will not go behind this opinion. Turner, Wm two town lots 8 10 has and honor at all hazards. Connected South Thimble, the chief exponent government. Mr. Wbittinghill It is quite impossible just now to tell All taxes not paid before day of sale five sons all of whom are bright and with this contest aro many humiliating when, wheroaud how this contest may of corruption in Franklin county, in 6 per cent will be added, Sheriff comand whose future will features, some of which are tbe jour end. It is a daring deed tor tbe DemS. T. Stevens, S. O. C. mission. an interview the other day said promising boys ocratic party, and great trouble may of a kind nals that purpose defending this at- arise. "There's no telliug what a Kentucky be directed by tbe example indulgent father. This is the tempt at Cxzarianism. "If tho Cap Fits, Woar It." The man who legislature will do." We sanction this, and way Tun Republican accounts for accepts" defeat and so announces to the Articles That Can bo Found at especially when such men as Mr. from the conseIf you are salf-rln- g chance of Kentucky from tho public bas neither right nor reason to Carson & Co's and Would Trimble compose this body. The let tbe quences of impure blond, have boils Mako Nice Christmas Gifts pimples or scrofula sores; if your food ter bearing tbe name of this gentleman Democratic to the Republican column. ask for a contest or defend one. Yet The Republican extends to Mr, this is the condition of the Uerald. In Gen ts.ladies'and children's Rocking does not digest or you suffer from caintroduces bira into all societies. tarrh or rheumatism, yon are the one Wbittinghill and his five sons tbe its issue of November 29th, it gave Chairs. Gents, ladies' and children's who should take Hood's Sarsaparilla. Handkerchiefs. Table Linen and Nap It will fit your case exactly, make band of full fellowship. Poltoamist Roiierts more nearly this to the public: kin. A new lot of gent's and ladles' your blood pure and cure salt tbeum, deserves a sentence in prison than he "But without multiplying words knit Gloves, Also anew lot of Neck-vea- r scrotula, rheumatism, dyspepsia, ca Demand Justice is quite Kentuckians to prove the vanity ot any claim, docs a seat in Congress, and it and Suspenders. tarrh, and give yoa psrfect health. or stopping to Inveigh against the probable that fates will assign him the fraud and intimidation that has How's This? Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. Non has said much The Courier-Journ- al former position, to which we freely been practiced against the DemoWe offer One Hundred Dollars Re- irritating. consent. Wo object to treble hearted about military intimidation in tbe city cratic candidates we might as well ot Catarrh that can ward for any case accept the result, as now estimated, not be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cnre. men. He must havo three hearts, be. of Louisville and not ono time has it CERALVO, KY. as final. Relying up the most acF. J. Chknev & Co.. Prop'rs, cause each of his wives claims a heart. presented to the public the slightest Extra line of Pocket Books, ranging in price, 50c, 75c and $1 00. curate figures at command from Toledo. Ohio. Miss Eddie Hverley and Dr. G. L. pretext for such malicious charges. It all sources, it appears that Gen. Ladles' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, 10c. Better quality, 15c Nicest asWe, the undersigned' have known Everly were in Louisville last week. YV. S. Taylor and the whole Re Gen. Henry W. Lawton was shot has been stated that ten thousand 35c. P.J Cheney for the last 15 years, and Miss Maud Barnard is visiting rela sortment ever shown in Hartlord at 23c, 111 40c and 50c$1 See our line ol Xmas Gloves, ranging price, 25c to 00 publican ticket have been elected believe blm perfectly honorable In alt tives near Beaver Dam and killed at San Mateo while with Democrats were prevented from ex See our beautiful display of the newest and latest things In ladles' Ties. by majorities ranging at less than business transactions and financially h'w troops. Mr. Bud Hill, ot this place, has re A cowardly Filipiiio is the ercising their constitutional rights in Ladies' and Misses Rain Coats and Mclntoshes in great variety. three thousand. There able to carry ont any obligations made cently built and moved into his new Gen. Lawton participated the city of Louisville on November 7, murderer. Hose, ribbed Hosiery in demand. Ladies' black cotton Hose, fleece-line- d are extravagant claims on both by their firm. house just across the river. wool Hose, at low prices. sides, but we are giving tbe situWest & Truax.WbodesaleDrugglst, in the civil war from '61 to its close and no valid reasons have been oflered. Mr. Beiten Klmbley who broke his Onriline of Corsets speaks tor itself, being composed ol tbe R. II., II. & ation as we truly believe it stands, Toledo, O. Walding,Rinnan& Margin, leg some time ago is getting along as He was a fearless leader of the victori- It is a plain case of straight out lying, H. the New Woman, Mignonette, etc. without any Intention of misleadWholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. well as could be expected. ous busts at Santiago, Cuba, and had They are false charges purported to ing anybody." Halls CatarrhCure is taken internal-ly.actln- g Misses Stnel and Lena l'uikerson nude a brilliant record fer gullantry mislead the honest people of the State. directly upon the blood and who have been sick for some time are This is a bold acknowledgment of of the system. Price improving. mucous surfaces His Everyone knows of tbe disaffection in at d bravery in tbe Philippines. defeat, not privately, but publicly an 75c. per bottle. Sold by all druggists. A handsome Dress Pattern makes a sensible Xmas present. li is is mourned by the whole country, Kev. (J. W. snugart has been en tho Democratic party iu the city of See our line of Covert Cloths, Plaids, Serges, Novelty Sultlnps, Henriettas, nounced in tho columns of a newspa Testimonials free gaged in a protracted meeting at His seems to have been the decree of Louisville and all that is necessary to Poplins, etc. Hall's Family Pills are the best. Equality for several days past. per. This journalistic somnambulist s, Our black dress goods must be seen to be appreciated, composed ol prove to the publio that the charges of fate. Mr. Marvin tiverly has moved in has had a change of vision. He does Casslmers, Broadcloths, Mohairs, etc. A nice line ol Striped and fig COLLEGE NOTES. . town. bayonet rule and military intimidation not see by tbe same optics now that right in William J. Bryan Mr. LeeTIchenorlaon the sick list ured Outingof Cloths anJ I'lannelttts, loc per tard. that city is false is a few facts iu the he used Our line Profs. Morton and Shultz attended skiit lining is strictly up to date We have It in Brocaded then, or else he used the men The Hill and Addlngton saw mill v. Iiere he stud in '9(1, "Jam up to tho case, lno returns ot lo'Jb, in tho tbe Teachers' Association at Narrows near town Is cnttlng considerable lum Sateen and also In fancy, ranging in price from loc to 20c per yard for the Chicago platform" and Presidential contest, show that Jefler- - tal optics of his Master when he wrote Saturday. handle We wish to call your especial attention to our line of LadietT and Gents ber for different parties. Louis. Furnishings for Xmas. It you intend giving a nice Xmas present, don't tli 3 free silvci fallacy. F r a man to son county gave Bryan 10,707, Mc the above. When men are "on the Mr. S. M, Wilson spent Saturday fall to see this line before you purchase. with relatives at Prentls. attempt In change tho nmuetary sys- Kinley 29,107. The icturns of the rack they do speak most aiiytbiug,but and Sunday Stewart who was called to Mr. J. D. wo cannot make tbe above and tbe tem of a gieat nation under such a re- recent election cave Goebel 15.023, the bedside of his brother on Sunday markable wave of prosperity is not a Brown 2,072, a Democratic increase following harmonize, so wd give it to last Is again with us in school. We have a nice line of Toys, Dolls, both dressed and undressed, Sleds, Miss Annie Fogle made us a pleasour readers to diagnose: safe man to be entrusted wiihthe reins iu '99 of 988. Tbe returns from the Wagons, Rocking Cbalrs, Rocking Horses, Games, Blocks, etc. These ant call Wednesday morning. Wo are sale now to entering upon this contest, "In ol government. Mr, Lonnle Milburn visited relatives things are sure to please the little ones. Bring them In to see. same election gave Taylor only 18, 145 the Democrats are assuming a at Beda Saturday and Sunday. pi edict that the people of this niagnifi a Republican falling of! of 10.G02. Is brave undertaking. Whether they A number of students are preparing c nt country will never imioee this it reasonable to will succeed in their ultimate pur suppose that Gov. to return to their homes where they great honor on him. The American Bradley and the militia were needed pose ol obtaining the offices troru ' will spend the holidays. A large and beautiful assortment of Xmas Rugs. Something new in this the Republicans, is beyond human jeople aro not blind to their needs to intimidate voters in that great comline. Pottlera In prices to suit the times. (See them ) To all the students ot Hartford Col peiceptiou at present. That they lege and readers of Tint Republican Lace Cuttalns 75c to $3 y per pair. anil we are safe in asserting that Bry mercial city? Indeed are entitleJ to the offices for which it shows weakDon't fail tn see our line of Trunks, Telescopes, Traveling Bags and Dress I wish a merry Cbristmas and a nappy will never reach tbe desired ,uoal. they are contesting, all things ness in a journalist or a politician that Snit Cases. Something one would appreciate for Xmas. New Year. Studrnt. considered uud irom every reasonGoKliEi, rode rough shod over tho resorts to such base charges without able standpolntitberearefew UNION, KY. persons in the State who Democratic convention in June and the slightest shadow of the validity of will not agree." Calico bed Comforts, fancy figured covering, 73c, was applauded by Ids followers. He such charge. It is charged that the Mrs. Martha Mauzy is very sick. Calico bed Comforts, fancy figured covering, $1 00. It is not necessary for us to state made a daring stroke at the ballot box militia intimidated Democratic voters Mr. Henry Baltiell'a baby is dan-- . Extra line of white bed Spreads at 6sc. Better quality 75c to $ 00 all over the city. When the truth is that this editor does not know the first gerously ill. and stole thousands of honest votes Mrs. Mate Hunley and Mrs. Alice and was congratulated by William J, that not a single soldier appeared at principle of honor in politics, our Bryan in a telegram and his followers the polls in uniform until every vote readers are fully aware of this fact, Coleman visited Mrs, Eliza Taylor Our Shoes for ladles', gents and children are tbe talk of tbe country. Call said, amen, and the next deed of hcllry bad been cast three hours. This charge therefore we shall pass to tbe alleged last Thursday, and examine our new line for Xmas. Ask to see our Red Top Boots for boys. is a Mrs. Joanna Blankenshlp spent causes for contest, Never iu tbe his is to bulldoze tho legislature and steal Good IO-- 4 Blankets 40c. Better grade 50c, 6k and 75c Good 11 4 nian- lie, neither tory of political parties bas there been Monday with her mother, Mrs. Mags tho Governor's chalr,aud to this move kets 75c. Better grade Si 25 up to $5 00 of Hartford. a few of tbe Democratic j lurnals aro can it bo substantiated in whole nor so much howling about fraud and in- dallne Rogers, Rocking Chairs, nice We Mr. Jont Rcld and wife were the "Overwork and loss of necessary Onyx have also brought on for the holidays a Vases, line of These we ask you singing hallelujah. We regret to note in part, It is without foundation and timidation. There is not, in our judgetc. Tables, Lamps, Toilet Cases, Jardiniere ft guests of Mr. A. W, Davidson Sun' sleep msde me very nervous and to call and inspect. that our lonttmporary, after having therefore can not possibly stand. Tbe ment, a man of intelligence iu all was with the greatest difficulty that I day. confessed and acknowledged defeat, truth of the matter is, Goebel was de- Kentucky, but that knows that tbe Mr. Jesse Mauzy and wife, of Mor- - could execute my solos. A friend has joined in the chorus and now feated by bis own roachlnoand in the Democratic party was eminently pre' gantown, visited bis mother, Mrs. advised me to rive Dr. Miles' Nervine a trial, which Idid and received im"hums" the same old tune, and juitl-fi- es hands of his own men, and now he is pared to do the stealing if any should Martha Mauzy, Sunday. mediate benefit. In a few days I was arranging bis machine to count as be be done. This was so declared by tho contest. Mr. Bobert Gray has moved to his entirely relieved. I recommend It to he intended it should count. It is Blackburn and Ooebel. It is claimed in this neighborhood all musicians who suffer from overGov, Bradley has won imperish- time for tbe people to bold meetings of that voters and election officers in tbe fum Miss Zllplia Smith spent last week worked and disordered nerves." able fume- as a military commander in protest throughout tbe Stato demandcity of Louisville were intimidated by with her aunts, Misses Atha and Oma Otto H. Bh.mm.r, times of election, when men threaten ing that no man's vote shall be count the Stato militia. This charge is a 33IO GUU B(., MllwaukM, Wis. Smith, of Ubetty, to override the mandates of tbe law. ed other than tho way it was cast, malicious falsehood known to all. Tbe Mr. El Davidson and wife, of Hart New laurels were added to bis crnwu They have rights who daro maintain soldiers intimidated no voter, because ford, visited bis fit her, Mr. A. W It told by all drueetiti on guarantee, in the great cintcat for United States them. Will Kentuckiaus remain si they were in the armory until 7 o'clock Davidson, of thin place first bottle benefit or money back. Senator when it became ntcereary to lent and allow tbe Siren of Goebelism and the pol's closed at I o'clock. Tbe Book on heart and nerrci sent free. Hurrah for Kentucky's new Govcall out the mlliiia to quell tho wrath transform them Into beasts? We truit charge tba.1 election officers were in. ernor, S, B I', Dr. Mllss Msdlcal Company, Elkhart, Ind. Hartford Republican. ol mfb GiwDirfe for su ygS cou-dili- ... .46 HOLIDAY GOODS 'W v i 3 ll 35 1 - n I s ef .... w . For contains no opi um, cocaine or other narcotic, and no al cohol or whisky. It 4J ... bHfl Ail sMWS Goe-bel'- s ... bbsrjsJidJ R, T, COLLINS STORE, ;r ... ... ... Everything Suitable for CHRISTMAS You .Pind It Easy Will to Select Here do- We cannot too forcibly impress upon you the advisability of ing your Holiday shopping before tho inevitable Christmas rush begins. The Holidays will present a busy scene at our store, and our best efforts will be put forth to give satisfactory results. Below we give a few hints to shoppers. Note the low prices and call before the rush. Ladies' Christmas Furnishings. Goods. 25c for men's , Men's Furnishing Xmas Initial Hind- ' kerchiefs 50c for men's Xmas Neckwear in fine quality of silk or satin, in all new shapes, styles and fleets. 50c, 75c and $1 00 lor men's Oxford Mufflers, all styles. A beautiful Ilneot men's fancy Sna penders at popular juices. A handsome line of men's and boys fancy ard white bosom Sbltta In all new and late patterns. Our men's half Hose department is full and complete in late npveltles. Men's Xmas Umbrellas In natural wood handles, also a vast assortment ol ladles' and men's fancy trimmed Umbrellas for tbe holidays.ranglngln price from 75c to $1 50 Just received a nice line of men'e and bos' fine Hats for Xmas. Gloves rf all kinds for riding, driving and street wear Young men, ask to our excellent line ol Clothing and handsome Over,; J coats for Xmas. , Colored Dress Goods. Cre-pon- AH Right Now. Children's Department. less r2p mi r Upholstery Department. Holiday Linens. Fancy Napkins, 50c, 60c, 75c and 85c per dozen. All bleached dinner Napkins, 65c to It 35 per dozen. Satin table Damask, 39c, 49c, 50c and 65c Colored table Damask 15C25C&45C Nice line of plain and fancy Towels from 20c to ft 00 per pair. Is Comforts. Shoes and Blankets. -- Cloaks. Our assrttmentof ladles' and misses Cloaks and Capes Is new and up to-- , dale The Cloaks are in all the new shades and styles, We have Capes 5 Broadcloth, Plush and Golf effects. We very respectfully invito you to call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. Wo aro sure to please you and assure you of tho politost attention. Wo continue to give a Juno Pioturo with 10 purchase. ' W 'S t Dr. MU'N&rvi&m R,T,COLL!NS,HARTFORD v3J tamftlUlulimmmmmmmmtwmmL. FAIR & CO., THE F ill DEALERS 1,1,1.1 "Strike For Your Altars and Your Fires. SantaGLaus Boadquarieis j Never before has such an array of beautiful and useful presents been in Hartford, as those Santa Clans is showing at Fair & Go's. Come enrly and avoid the rush. """""""""""""iWBiiiMi T.j. Ij IgE Ik Clni, j Humor "Whenlnced blood puri- celebrated machines on hand, also fier I Wke Hood's StrstpiriEt. It cured needles, oil and all kinds of sewing my humor And It excellent At a nerve machine supplies ionic." fosle Elton. SUfford Springs, CI. Gross William, Agent. money can buy, In a nice Ono of Ohio County's Moat Patriotism Is always com- trait tbat fed ran teed at 9chiceter - Promlnont Cltlzons Is Call- irame. Work mendable, but in every breast Floating Studio. Telephone No 13 od From tho Dutlos of there should be not only the Llfo to Etornlty. The children of Mrs. Wood Tlnsley desire to be a good citizen, gave her an agreeable biithday sur but to be strong, able bodied prise last Satutday in the way of an Twice Circled llrprraenlnllvfi ntl and well fitted for the battle excellent dinner. It was in honor of Twlrr lni.tii Mirrlir, In Whltli I'otilliina lie A.qulllr.i of life. To do this, pure Mrs. Tlnsley's 57th birthday. The lllnifiell wllh Honor. blood is absolutely neces- mother was delighted by the kindness sary, and Hood's Sarsapa-rlll- a of her children. Satutday at three o'clock p m is the one specific which Tbe Singer Manufacturing Co has cleanses the blood thorough- opened up a branch office in the build Hon. R P. Hocker breathed his last h'ltuc Dam. ly. It acts equalfo well for ing formerly occupied by Thos. Duke at hUthan ten in Beaverbattled For more days he faith both sexes and all ages. and will keep a full supply of their fi ltilly with thearjgel of death, but nally his physical health gave down and he was unable to survive. Hope of his recovery was entertained by all At times and then again that dreaded fear of deith seized the community. Mr. Hocker was born nnd reared on a farm four miles south of Beaver Dam and obtained bis education in the country school and by the fireside at night. He was .recognized as one ol the leading teachers of tbe county and taught many successful terms. During these years in which he was engagedjn tbe teacher's: profession he was ad earnest student Through his persistent and untiring efforts, to obtain a higher education be gained a practical business education and won for himself the unwavering confidence of his fellow countrymen, his success as a lo which cal politician. From his boyhood his efforts have been crowned w.lth success. One of hfj commendable characteristics was that when he had won the confidence and esteem ot a friend he seldom lost it. He was twice honored by the people of the county as their Representative tn the Lower House of the General Assembly and twice elected Sheriff of the county, In both of tbe positions of trust he acquitted himself with much honor, and at his death no man In tbe county enjoyed a larger circle ol friends. Alter bis second term as Sheriff bad been successfully closed be entered the mercantile business at Beaver Dam where he thoroughly de monstrated his ability as a business man. For a number of years be was business manager ol the firm of Hock, er & Co., and so conducted his business that bis efforts were rewarded by the patronage of almost Innumerable customers. At his death he was a shareholder and director of the Beaver Dam Deposit Bank. He was a friend of education and took great pride in the Beaver Dam High School, In the organization of which he was a prominent factor. At the beginning oi each term he was always present to encourage the teach ers and to poit them to greater achieve ment, and at the close of the term's work he was present to congratulate and give tbe teachers cheer for their success achieved. He was an enterprising and progressive man whose death is mourned by the entire coun-- . try.- - He Was a falthtul member of the Liberty church, of which he had been a prominent factor since early youth. After due funeral rights had been performed by Revs, Coleman, Jenkins and Petrle, bis remains were interred in the Liberty cemetery. He left an affectionate wife and three children together with a host of friends to mourn bis eternal absence. The members of the family have the sympathy of the entire county. jhsa-mark- ed " If you need any Enlarging' done the Pottralt line, remember $3 00, advance, pays for the Ik In HON. R. P. HOCKER DEAD. iAA CENTRAL GROVE, KY. As old CentrAl Grove mil lnen repteenlr-- l lor quite awhile we I I endeavor to pive tome f iti items Kev R. W Danksfitlid his tegular appointment last Saluiday and Sun-da- y at Central Grove Baptist church Quite a number of jourg ptople c f this community attended cl.uich at Walton's Creek last Sunday night , I He rcnool at tli h pUce l ptoA tef s log nicely, under the mncttgtmmt ol Mr, II, H Davis, who !. a competent Instructor and a courteous Ktntlennn. Mr. Hetbett Wind and Miss ManB. GoOwill be married nt the Centtal1 - left 16x20 Por AM see a smw storm. M P tvu b. The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist. r - it- - rTr siv Sraier? We never did; but we have seen the clothinc at this time of the year so covered with ft dandruff that it looked as If It W had been out in a regular snow- - E T1" w,C0T"r Swamp-Ro- ot at Work U 3wcd6 SaUabm, WTIMUBUJIiBEIE n Iloea'a rtllit.f. llttHliith "only f .tfitftfa to tala with ltod'. Mar.ap.rtlla. Everything iniigioablo id D IIi, Talking Dulls, VSalkiiiR Doltc, Bleiping Dolls, Jointed Dolls, China Doll, Papa Dolk Mamma Dolls, Negro Dolls. Alio Books, Horn., Watches, Tin Buckets, Toy Trunks, Doll Beds, Guns, I'iitols, Cupboards, Desks, Wagons, Iron Tojs, Velocipedes, Sleighs, Hobbj Hones, Carta, Tables. Dishes, Tool Chests, Rocking Chain, and many article too numerous to mention. 8eo our line oi China and Bohemian Glassware, Vases oi all kinds. China Dishes, Vases, Cups and tiaucers, Pin Trays, Ink Stand, fig. tired Toilet Sets, Smokers' 8ets,SpGun Holders, Bisque Figures, China Plates. Don't forget to save your Laundry for Lyman Williams. Telephone, No 32 and 46. Miss Nettle Rogers, of Moweaqua, III., will arrive at her home to morrow to spend Christmas with her parents, Mr and Mrs. J. M. Rogers, Beaver Dam. Miss Rogers has been engaged in the Moweaqua Graded School for the past two yenra and an outing at home will be much enjoyed by her, storm. No ncedof this snowstorm. As tbe summer sun would melt tbe falling snow so will a0'JP'"In ,h Air Milts Miner, 8u'pliur Springs, country mojt dangerous because so decep- ' !ve; Mny sudden deaths are caused by was in this vfcinityin fewdajs ago ' " neatt disease, pneumonia, heart lallura The deballMsoclety which meets, or apoplexy are often the result of kldnw at this pleceieveryjThursday night is I dls5"e- - If kidney trouble Is allowed to ad-- "Vei??Pre?'.D?c There 1, a "SseaS TeVall.n MB 1 OLDER POLES. Pretty line of Rugs. Big line Handkerchiefs. Bcautilul line oi Ties, Towels, Napkins, Table Linens, Muflieri, Comforts, Blankets, Men's, and Ladies House Slippers, Wool Mittens.Kid U loves. Everything that U uselul you can .unit in our store. Gapes, JACKETS & ku, What could be nicer for an Xmas Present? Fifty new stylish Jackets, latest shades, Taf feta lined, worth $12.50, now $7 18. Fifteen Misses Jackets, all shades. Very latest. Oar price now $4.00. Another shipment of 93.50 allwool Capes, will go at 91 08. Beaver Overcoats, cheap at Men's 19.60, our price 85 00. Twelve more of those finest grade Beaver Overcoats, worth 810 00, now $8.50. Boy's Overcoats with cape 84.50. Biy's Beaver Overcoat $3 00 and $3 50. igssssgssssra FAIR 3SK Tlnn A look at any of these lines is all we ask. aln '. mnil. Visit the store that keens the liiscest stock at low LIVING PRICES. . 7 I no place is: am t ft CO., THE Fi DEALERS. AGENCY FOR DAY'& SeluUpMerlll 1KUIN tLAU Rubber Boots Z Pure Gum, nnd Strictly Guaranteed. FAIR & GO. First-Clas- s Hartford Republican. PRIDAY. DECEMBER F r To s for the little folks, Griffin's Mlsa May Ross lelt Sunday to spend Xmas with friends In Muhlen Drag Store Is the place to go. There you will find the newest and latest in berg county. Toys and Uselul Christmas Presents. A splendid revival among the chrls Fine line of fancy Sleds and Writing tlan people closed at Mt. Zlon church Desks for Children. Also Dolls and Tuesday night. Doll Beds and Cradles. For presents Mr. A. F, Mldklfl, Snlphur Springs, for either boys or girls, go to Griffin's was a pleasant caller at Tub Ksrunu Mis Alice Stafford, Carson & Co's. cam office Monday. popular milliner, returned to her Mrs. John U. Thomas, Snlphur home In Cincinnati, O . Tuesday. Springs, will spend Xmaz In Chan-mo- Sfe was given a social by Mr. and with her. husband. Mrs. Z. Wayne Griffin Monday even For anything In the Dry Goods or ing. Miss Stafford made many friends General Merchandise line, call on G. while here and it is hoped she may return with the coming of the violets T. Weaterfield, Hartford, Ky. and daises. Mlsa Willie Moore, ot Mississippi, Supt. Rogers received a letter from will visit Miss Virgillne Hocker, Ralph Bingham this week In which Beaver Dam, during holidays. he expressed a desire to return to Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Rowe will take Hartford during the spring Ralph Xmas In Leltcbfield. They will leave Bingham has been here a number of for a few days putlog. times and bis entertainments are Mr. Sam Render, Oklahoma, Is ex highly enjoyed. He is a perlect wit pected to spend Christmas with' his end is eminently qualified to enter parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B Render. tain the public. The latest novelty is the Magnily The Cumberland Telephone Com Ing Photograph Frame; nowatSchice pany has commenced the construction let's Floating Studio. Call and see it. of their lines through the county. It We can furnish you with anything appears tbat this is to rnn out our lo you want In the way ot Sewing Ma- cal telephone which was constructed chine supplies. Call at the Singer alter the Cumberland refused to es tablish their lines in the county. The Office. people should guard zealously the in See the fine line of Sterling Silverterest of their local company that it ware at Griffin's Drug Store. These may cot be crushed by this corpora articles make the most elegant Christ tion. mas Presents. On first page will be found a most Mr. Lon Render, Louisville, will interesting letter from Mr. John H, arrive In Hartford to morrow to spend Thomas, Chaumont, Ky., in which he Christmas with bis parents Mr. and describes a nights journey in an unMts. W. B. Render. derground stroll. This is a most in Misses Norma, Bernice and Lillie teresting letter which all should read. Millii-- r will take Christmas in the Mr. Thomas wilt Write a description county, near Denver Dam, with their olthe Mammoth Cave for Tint Repub lican In the near future. Watch the aunt, Mrs. Harriett Payton. columns of Tub Rrptblican for it. Mr. Walter C Earp, Monmouth, The committees of the Sunday 111., Is visiting relatives In Ohio coun ty. He has been tbe gurst of Mr. M. Schools of Hartford have arranged to have a nice Christmas tree in tbe S. Ragland's family this week. night. The Court Hall II you want one ot our Rocking merchants have beautified their stores Chairs free, you must have your ticket with choicest articles, and are just filled ont by January x. waiting lor you to make your pur Carson & Co. chase Go early and avoid the rush. Use only Singer Sewing Machine If you want to know where "Santa" Oil and you will never gum your ma- is, note the ads In Tub Rupoblican. chine. Call at the Singer Office for it. Mr. Z. H. Shultz, Sr , a very promGross Williams, Agent. inent farmer ol the Sulphur Springs Prof. A. P. Taylor and wife Kirks manavllle, Todd county, will arrive to day to spend Xmas with the latters patents, Mr. and Mrs W- - B. Render. vicinity, died Tuesday morning ol heatt trouble Mr. Shultz had reach ed the age ol 65 and was the lather of seven children, one of whom is Tbe death ot Z. H. Shultz, Note the tag on your paper and if your time has expired send as a check this honored citizen is mourned by for tbe amount due and Tiir Repu- his aged wife, seven children and bis county blican will be delighted by your kind- many friends throughout the ex-Su- pt. Vigor melt these flakes of dandruff In the scalp. It goes further than this: It prevents their formation. asking. If j ou do not obtain all tha ban.flti expected from tha me of the Viiror. wrlto the rioettr about It l'robabtr thero li soma difficulty with four general tritem which mar be eaclljr re- mu.nu Awiir.ii ic i u. aikii, Lowell, uaia. yon it nas sun otner properties: It will restore color to gray hair In just ten times out of every ten cases. And It does even more: it feeds and nourishes the roots of the hair. Thin hair becomes thick hair: and short hair be come long hair. We have a book on tbe Hair and Scalp. It Is yours, for the meeting withmucH'success Thtrn will be' an', entermnment at Mr. Pteston Gofl'sjSaturdaynight, December Mrs U W Rowe hron the sick-liat this writing. T, ' - jSR Messrs El'jh Robettson.A. J. Willi lams, D. W. Williams, A. P.. Berry-ma- n and T. P. Williams went to Ind.,on a raft a few days ago."1 Mr. Verna Bishop, 8f this vicinity? nas purcnasea a Dicycie wnicn ne tiaes in euner winter or summer, com or hot, rain or snow, darkness or daylight. Mr. D, L Miller and wife have re turned to this neighborhood, alter a stay ol several months in Union conn ty. We welcome them to our corns munity again. Mr. Berry Hlsnop nas a grin on ills free this week like a basketfnl ol "possum" heads, but we do not know the cause of this great change. More news when the holidays are DILI. WILLIE. over. 'ySSSt'SSk st le, tier' the vital organs, or tha kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell. Then the richness of the blood the albumen leaks out and the sufferer has Bright' Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Ro- ot tha new discovery Is the true specific for kidney, bladder jand urinary troubles. It has cured thousands Jol apparently hopeless cases, alter all other "efforts have failed. At druggists In fltty-cejand.dollir sites. A sample bottle sent freo fby.mall, also a book telling about Swamp- -. Root 'and its wonderful cures. AHri. DKIlmef & Co., Blnghamton, N. Y. and mention this" paper, - ' There is quite artjepldemlc SllLPHURiSPRINGS, i... - KY. raoniajnthfs viclnityit ol pneu. present. Mr. Jesse 'V. Magan Isjangerously this time of same; also MVm. at Mose-le- However,thetiatterl3ow In the most hopeful period when fortune had favored him so highly, he was summoned to quit the tolls of life and appear belore the judgment throne of eternity. His remains were laid to rest in the Beaver Dam cemetery Sun day afternoon, alter fueral services by Revs J S. Coleman and G. J. Bean. Quite a large crowd of sorrowing friends gathered at tbe cemetery to pay honor to the deceased manner. of his existence, The Hepublioan is prepared to supply vou. tionery for the open- Christmas Supplies in Rich Profusion. ing of the New Year If you need any sta- Prices to suit the times and satisfaction guaranteed. Give us a call. Look belore yon leap." Be sure you get Hood's Sarstparilla when you call for it, and you will find health In its use. I believe; Mr. Henry Berkley, agedicyears, and MNs Ada CananVagedisyears, gave their guardians the slip a'sho'rr?' time ago, proceeded' to Rockport, Ind.', , -' and were married. Farm forSalo. Miss Alice Spurrier, of Grayson county, who has been visiting friends Well improved and well watered. Apply to R. B. Martin, Hartford, Ky. and relatives in this neighborhood, returned home last week. While here It goes to every part Murdock Ca she won the love and admiration ot all tarrh Cute. It cures Colds, Hay Pev with whom she came in contact, espeer and all forma of Catarrh. Price $1. cially cir young Pedagogne,Mr mailed on receipt ol price. See adverMiss Ada Johnston, assistant P. M. tisement, ti Murdock Curb Co , Atlanta, Ga. at Blizrbethtown, is visiting her cousins, Mirees Laura and Ether Johnston. Mr. Robt. Lee, of Henderson, wf- B spend tbe holidays at this place. Jl At an exhibition at the closing o -- ATschool just above here, in the edge of Grayson county, a row occurred In which Mr. Hetbett Stone was shot by one Mr. Warren Hopper. The difficulty originated from an old feud. Ky. Mr. Hiram Powers, of Narrows, is dangerously ill of pneumonia. Judge R. R. Wedding, while in this community to day, received a telegram calling him to tbe bedside of bis wife Apples, Oranges, Bananas, Pears, in Louisville who Is quite ill. Dates, Grapes, Figs.Nutsof all kinds, Quite a good deal of improvement Delicious stock of Fresh Candies, all in residence property Is going on herekinds of Fireworks. Special Christ" about. Among those doing this sott of work are Mr. Bnck Mitchell. Robt. mas Prices. I Duff. Steve Daniel. A. R. Renfrow, Noah Skagga and others. tO Call Boys, let's have a big fox hunt '- 'SL. "v H. CARSON BROS. Hartford, Don't fail at our groceiy.next door to Mr. Wcerner's Shoo q . I cbri;tmas, Whatsayye? sPtalc at once- - Don-ta- n CHOl'C. You will bear from me again soon, pro Brono Publico. Mass Mooting. All citizens are requested to meet at the court house Friday evening, December 22, 1899, for the purpose ol considering ways and means of sup pressing the Illicit sale of liquor in our town. All ladies in sympathy with this move are especially request ed to be present. Everybody come. J. P. Sandbrfur, Ch' m'n. T, J. Morton, Sec'y. r Order, Anti-Tige- .The Biggest and Finest Line of Christmas Presents Livery Stable, siiHtiiHIKR 3 a. Rev. R E Smith, a prominent Bap Singer Sewing Machine Office. See Carson & Co. for tlst minister of Rockport, died Mon furniture. Gtlf-fin- s'. Floating Studio la now at Hartford. Santa Clans' headqusrtera Field's 'bus meets all trains at ness. Beaver Dam. Mr. J. B. York, EMU & mm firat-ola- Jingo, was among store Is fresh and new just from the out callers Tuesday. wholesale markets. You will find the Mrs. M. L, Heavriu la visiting Tel' prices new also new because they are the lowest. allves In Louisville. Mrs. O. M. Shultz went to Louisville Monday to spend Xmas with her Mr. Hiram Powers, Narrows, is brother. Prof. Shultz wilt join his wife and telativea in a pleasant outing quite ill of pneumonia. next Tuesday. Born, to the wife of Asbford Mills Miss Maggie Nail is quite side, but Gne girl. the 19th inst, a Those is reported to be improving. Mr. Richard Koss made us quite a who have been apprehensive nl her plcastnt call Wednesday, recovery are delighted to learn that she Mrs, Abagail Barnard has gone Is convalescent. West to visit her children. Specialties In Fancy Chlnaware, Mr. Will Moore will go to Louis Vases, Jardlners, Elegant Boxes and ville Tuesday on business. all lines of Holiday Goods, at Griffi'a Mr. W. P. Thomas, Rosine, made Drutr Store. If jou want something nice, this is the place to get It. us a call Monday while in town, Christmas Presents, lor everybody Everything In G. T. Westerfield's Hartford, Ky. livery ss Among tho many stablea it) tho Green River Country, nonoara Hotter equipped than Keown at Griffin's Drag Store. It ia run by mon, who aro onorgetio, nnd young in every particular. & Martin, of Hartford. ate Buggies and Wagons on sale at all times. Fanning Implements in soason. - Carson St Co. have just received a Mr. D. S. James, who went to Kansas with his pirents about 17 yeats Best of feed and your stock will new and elegant line ot Furniture. elected Codnty Couit Clerk We will have lots of Nice Rockers ago, was aeoure boat attention. of Montgomery county In '97, nnd was for Xmas. & Co. Carson reelected at the recent election. For fine Photo Buttons, call at tbe A very successful mtetlng closed at Floating Studio. Telephone. No. 13, West Providence church the 15th inst. Dr R W. Ford nnd family will 47 were immersed and 54 additions to take Xmas with telatives in Folds the church. The best revival the ville. church has bad In many years. Fine line of Ladles and Gents furWe have given away a lot of Chairs nishingswinter wear at G. T. in the last 30 days, and still have you will send your Laundry to If plenty to tun us for tbe next 30 days. tho TROY STEAM LAUNDRY, G. T. Westerficld will sell you gro- Don't fall to secure one. DAYTON, OHIO, your Shirts, ColCarson & Co. lars and Cuffs will always look neat ceries and geueral supplies at the low and clean. Laundry called for and est prices. Miss Idalu Johnson returned to her delivered. Mr. Henry Metcalf, Morgantown, borne In Providence, Ky alter an ex took possession pf the Hertford House tended visit to Misses Annie Fogle She was accom and Mabel Hubbard P. S. Leave your Laundry at yesterday, panted' to Central City, on her. way tho Singer Off loe. Tolophone Mrs. R B. Martin and children will home, by Mlsa Fogle. Nos. a? and 10. spend Christmas with telatives In Do you know tbat a nice Singer Cromwell. Sewing Machine Is the most useful Xmas present you could give your Mrs. J B Blankenship, of Beaver wile or daughter? Call at the Singer Dam, visited her mother, Mrs MagOffice (Tom Duke's old stand) and see Gross Williams, Agent, dalene Rogers, Mouday and Tuesday, them, Celebrated Birdsoll Wagons a specialty. Give them a call. L00K! Lyman Williams, Agt. We are sorry to note that the wife of Esq. H. B. Taylor, Prentis, Is danger oualy 111 and may not recover. Esq. Taylor has bad sickness in his family for the past year and in his the mean time be has lost bis baby and a grown a n daughter. The sympathy of the many E.T. Miller Doad. friends of the family has been with him constabtly, and many kind acta from Saturday hiornlng about 9 o'clock them have been tendered to alleviate the people of Hartlotd were deeply tbe pains of tbe unlortunate husband. Krleved by tbe death of Mr. E. T. Miller. At the close of last term of the Ohij Circuit Couit, after he had labored earnestly for bis clients he waa unexpectedly taken with a hem I wilt on Monday, January 1, 1900, ortbage ot the lungs. He had quite at the ConrfUouse door in Hartford, a number dutfrig tbe first few days of Ky., offer tor sale at public auction on bis dekness, and It was seen tbat his credit of six, twelve and eighteen recovery wasWety doubtful, but very months the following tracts of land few people 'suspected his death so and belonging to tbe estate of the late soon Mr, Miller's boyhood days Judge John C. Townsand, lying in were spent on a farm near Prentis. Ohio county, Kentucky, He was a bright and dllllgent student First tract containing 9s acres all In the country school, Ho obtained woods land nnd located near Bells a collegiate education at the Hartford Run church and known as tbe Ham-mo- College, alter which he engaged in land. teaching school lor some time. Hi Second tract containg 150 acres ly eflotts in the school room were mark ing two miles eaat of Hartford, about ed with success. He was well liked fifty acres cleared and balance well every where as a teacher. Following timbered this tract of land has at least bis teaching, 'be was engaged in the (t,ooo worth of timber on It besides a mercantile business at Prentis for a fine stone quarry and coal in abun- number of years. He had entertained a desire to enter the practic of law dance. Third fact lying in one half mile of trom early youth and upon closing Fordsville on tbe O P. & G. R. R his mercantile business at Prentis, be containing 150 acres, this land Is un commenced tbe study ot his chosen deilald with coal and Is well adapted profession apd in a short time was admitted to the bar. During tbe time to agriculture. Fourth tract containing eighty acres In which he pursued the profession of and lying near Magna, this tract Is law he won many friends and waa en well timbered and Is a first class farm. terlug upon a very bright and hopeful Also a bouse and lot In tbe town of futute. He was engaged for the def fense In the noted Frank Smith case Hartford, containing one and acres Purchaser will be required to and also In the Cicero King ttial, give bond with approved security i ul w'aich had jnst been concluded on Friday morning before be was strickna el lately alter tne sale. en that night with a hemorrhage, in This December is, 1 899 both of these noted murder cases he ROWAN HOLBROOK, conducted himself In very creditable Master Commissioner, MW-- day mornldg ol consumtion. Rev, Smith had been afflicted for a number of years and had been confined to bis room for some time. Rev. Smith bad bis faults as other men, but It can truly be said tbat he was a good man and a faithfql follower and servant ot the Creator. In the death of this man tbe Baptist church looses a faithful worker. lie was a plain bold speaker and usually gave expression to the dictates of the inner man. H0LD4Y l.00l WILL BE FOUND AT Uj tjk You can't "j LJ If) A? !jJ f f ; MgeThein ever try to dodge the Did not succeed very well, did you? It's Just ns useless to try to escape from the germs of consumption, you can't do It. They are about us on every hand and we are constantly taking them Into our lungs. Then why don't we all have this disease? Simply because these germs cannot gain a foothold In a strong throat and lungs. It' when these are weak that the germs master. The body must be well supplied with fat The danger comes when the blood Is poor and the hrwtv l thin. If vour couch does not yield, and your throat and lungs feel raw and sore, you should not delay another day. Did you rain-drop- s? HARTFORD, KY. J" IBffJOTy'VaWsflsmW' ' SuaXaSaUsffltHHlE. A Big Land Sale. am-m- r. .m. .t . na Take - Emulsion of Cod-Liver Scott's Oil at this popular store. For everybody For many years, Griffin's Drug Storohas been headquarters for Christmas Goods.and this year is no exception to tho rule. You will find everything suitablo for tho season Inflamed membranes and greatly strengthen them as well. The digestion becomes stronger, the at once. It will heal the with Hypophos-phlt- es one-hal- appetite better and the weight Increases. The whole body becomes welt fortified and tho germs of consumption cannot gain a foothold. It's this nourishing, sustaining and strengthening power that of SCOTT'S EMULSION has made ft of such value In all wasting and exhausting diseases. jim. anj f 1.00, an dfliobu. SCOTT A PQWMB, Qwabta, New Yfb old or young, big or little. Our lino includes a largo lino of Elegant Goods that cannot bo found elsewhere. See our Eino Chinuwaro.Vases, Jardinieres, and Fancy Parlor Lamps Also Drums, Giins.Banks and Toys of all kinds and prices for tho children, A now lino of Sterling Silverware something elegant. Space forbids enumeration come and soo. CHRISTMAS PRESENTS C yWBfyy,...ljimM,.i.qi. p.um A SMALL SPOT Hartford Reubllcan. FRIDAY, DKCKMDBK as. ALASKA TO UNCLE SAM. Sitting on my - PREACHER IN A PAIZE RING. MAY BE CANCER. MOST VIOLENT CASES HAVE shows no disposition to beal under or arV treatment No ono can tell how goon these will develop into Cancer of the wont tyr. So many people die from Cuncer simply causo they do not know just what tho dlseiuo i'l DIUDI CQ MliIU I llrlrLtOi ther naturally turn themselves over to the doctor and are forced to submit to a cruel and danperous operation tho only treatment which the doctors know for Cancer. The however, and is even more violent and destructive tnn promptly returns, before. Cancer Is a deadly poison In the blood, and an operation, piaster, cure m" other external treatment can navo no effect whatover upon It. Tho come from within the last vestige of poison must bo eradicated. , Mr. "Win- Walpole, of Walshtown, 8. D , little blotch about tho sire of a, pea came eye. gradually growing larger, from whichgreat ' "farmed lr at ran in all directions. I became Ho Saloon Keopor Told Him or of Thorn Must Fight OnoHo Fought. Quit Town Detroit, The Rev. J. J. Axtell, of Mich., Congregational preacber.anc' Donileto. a saloon keeper, fought r! IT I ArrbAHhU rlnol 10 Ad srSJSL J" " would ride him oat of town on a rail. (le was visited by a committee and scao wnren won tirvy tlnued altogether, Jl'UwTl tie scar remain where told that be must either fight or be only ped off and now branded as a coward. ! Swift's Spcclfl-cPastor Axtell replied tbat be as not a coward and did not watt to fight, but if thty insisted be would put aside n e0 deer enougn to reacn tne root oi because it Is the only remedy tvMch tIon his priestly dignity and accommodate the disease- nnd force It out of the s"..r'.lm the blood can real sea the man they selected to defend the does not reach the blood-t- ho ,tg ,acCj c(m natbt cut auxiy- - Insist "P" Kcrema. Rheumatism. Contagious saloons in the arena. Gas Doariero . a. B.S. cures also any case of blood dl8eas0. Valuable f or .any"' Jl I as chosen. It was agreed the fight "jpm. h Ulcers. Sores, li.pnfipfl mu . a tatji A.f . a a A n on Caricer nnu ",uy book-was to be with gloves and for points Georgia. gfr.ewlHn rtnryinr. Atlanta, The Rev. Mr. Axtell reported at the ring side, which was in a neighbor's barn. He foncd a crowd ot villagers gathered there. Bets were freely offered that the dominie would be pat or two meanings, "'cheap" ft. nrlce Whenhw use the word it it may mean "cheap" quality,not out in the first round. price. That's applies to the I .. At the end o! the second roasd a I've bnllt up the biggest shingle business in this business. Btfstn-- n's deputy shetiH appeared to stop the country just by sticking to ol the mill, bntat tbe nqnest of the preach er he allowed it to continue. Tbe And I could not have done that if I had nsed the word "cheap" carelessly. contest continued for five rounds. The shingles, but even on them, the price is preacher, who was an athlete at colOf course Isell some "cheap," same as on the higher grades. lege, pounded the saloon keeper all -- flLZFUES over the ring, but the reteiee decided dimension Cypress Shingles $1.75 per 1,000. Common grades, it a draw. No. 1 Yellow Poplar Shingles $2 xo per 1,000, Best Star A Star White Cedar Shingles $i 85 per 1,000. As a cure lor rheumatism Chamber- Best Red Cedar Shluglts $3 10 per 1.000. Fain Balm is training a wide cannot be equalled. My Cedar Shingles, I Iain's Grade for gride, these prices D. B. Johnston ol Rich to crack, warp, or curl np at the butts. IVhen pnt on a roof, reontation. guarantee net mond. Ind.. has been troubled with tbey lay flat, and stay that way. They make tie best root TThen yon want thatailmentsincelS62 speaking any amonnt ol any kind of shingles and wast then at the lowest prices, call of it he says: "I never In found any and see tne about it. Write if yon can't call. thing that wonld relieve me until I 353. nsed Chamberlain's t'aln Balm, it 'DEALER I ALL KIXIIS acts like magic with me. My foot Ill'ILDIAU HATtKIAL, was swollen and paining me very much, bnt one good application ot Pain Balm relieved me. For sale by m Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. 6? on. "gf jX and advised that It bo cut sent to. I read In my local try it. B 8. S.. and decided , WJ' $ Vo a effected by charm, ths five rounds in a prize ring at Royal J0jk to settle a controversy growing Cast a shadow on my peaks, . out ol a ctusaue against aunaay saics But I've watched the flight ol buzzards ol liquors. The pteacher had the best And I've felt their busy beaks.) of it, Lut the reletee called it a draw. s statesmen Another battle will be fought in the Your litporled (What a motley, sordid train!) near lutute. The Rev. Axtell, co operating with Come with laws conceived in closets, Made for loot and ptivate galnt the Woman's Chtistian Temperance These tbe best that you can futnisb? Union, had been making it uncomThen. God helpjbe heathen folk fortable for saloon keepers, and they decided tbat the minister must prove You have rescued from the burden LOUISVILLE, HENI5KHSON 01 tbe rotiiug Spanish yokel his ptowess in a Gst fight or they cross-road- greatest glacier With my iett in Bering sea. I am thinking, cold and lonely, Of the way you've treated me. Three and thirty years of silence, Thro ten thousand sleepless nights I've been praying for your coming For the dawn of civil rights. When yon tore me.young and trusting From the growling Russian bear, Loud you swore before the nations I abould have the eagle's caret (Never yet has wing ot eagle C3 HELP FOR YOU CATARRH CAN BE CURED. MURDOCH'S CATARRH CURE. H For honest treatment and a speedy cure write IT GOES TO EVERY PART. or go to Dr. J. Ncwion Hathaway whose BURE. SAFE AND PLEA8ANT. great reputation is a sufficient guarantee of For years has the medical fraternity rough! h reliable nr.'d sutecure fat Casatisfactory results. Consultation 0f oySSi Free. tarrh In this t.nleavor many hundreds of nostrums have bten ( flered to a suflctlng public, and the health of thousands have brrrrcompletrlv ruined by E&8S& KldiwarJ Urinary Milky Urine, taking them, these various compounds causing the worst forms of Dyspeprln. Hood Poison urrsnKiiiiiii-iaTi.- j enluTTn Illoody or 1'requont. tcrrloln ftiset. rroduflnst copiwr-eolorcnil fun 'Hon j iconics c( the Heart, Lungs. spots on ft a or bad). It'.ils ulcers on t'a Ur-ra- ul t, 1; also Cilarrn, Itupturr. tongue. In t.10 mntit-- i cr falliuu out cf U'wxuniWi. n-- , Fllul and all rinod tholulr nr e)et'ro. decoy ot tho I'.esli tit nnd S:; a ! ien..s iJ all remalo Diseases ly and forever crsdleotr t boner, to the latest and best troutrl n- rlthottt tho uso of Injurhnii dniiii Imnnt meth'jdi kn nn t J medical sclcnco. tho I) item In a pure, ttroaj and healthful state. or enUrRed Yctus, YtlUch Home Treatment I'nZX&'SZ U;-txmk Juit published and 1). of crafut. Wrlrr f nr WfUtCOCSiS lead to a Utile 1' y vu cannot call. rmituri alio Hydrocele, Oonorrbura, Symptom l J. N6WT01I HATHAWAY, M. O. fll"it, Stricture nod all ITIratoand Venereal s rl-allr. llMllntirar A Co and Weaknesses cf men quleUy Na.livllli', T.uu. SOOChnwIimrrrl, cured. 11KMION THIS 1'Ara.tlWUkvN wiuriiiu. (! Sprays nnd ointments nre also wotthless, as It Is impossible to reach tbe pirta in this manner. MURDOCK'S CATARRH CURE Is a new and scientific prepirntlnn and is to be smoked In a pipe, theteby the Ittmes and smoke going over the entire ttystem affected by the disease II relieves instantly the worst forms ol Asthma, Tlronchltls, Hay 1'ever, Colds in the Head and all forms of Catarrh, no matter what shape, and cuies when treatment is continued lor leasonRble time. No matter how little you nte affected, don't delay treatment. Catanh comes olten from simple colds. Like all new nnd valuable preparations you will find others saying theirs ate as good Dewateol imitations, aa they are woithless. CaTWIt ONLY ASK A TRIAL TO CONVINCE. Mailed to any address, prepaid, on teceipt ol price. Put np in tin boxes, $1.00 per MURDOCK CURE CO., box ; treatment for 30 days m, ati.axta, a. i I jut & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY Tleiil Office, 222 fourth Annul. & WltwVSW'C'Bwr S. S. S. FOR THE blouu .-I proud sonled woman, I'm a And I'm getting very sick, Wealing all the cast-o- il garments Of your body politic. It you'll give me your permission I will make some wholesome taws That will suit my bard condit!6n. And promote our country's cause. Unlin Depot, Sti'tntli ind Bitir. Hartford, Ky., Bas opened up a General Store, tho only ono in toYii. Call an cximine my goods and get prices before buying elsewhere. It will be to your interest to do so. This town goes without saying, with the country peoplc,,to be the highest town in the county, Blood-Pois- .(pfieap low-gra- de riingles. the latest mail yon sent me, (Nearly all your malls are late) Comes news tbat you've gone roving In your proud old ship of sttte Dreaming with a sunburnt siren By the snltry southern seas, Where the songs ot yonr enchantress Swoon up-.the scented bretz;. By n Kast St. Louis to Louisvillo Louisvillo to St. Louis & West. No. 46 No 44 No 45. No. 8:511' n 8:40a tu cl:35P m Ie.ive St Louis in Leave Louisville " Owensboro 11:41a m tttsSp tu " Mt.Vernon 12:231 tu 11.38 u " Hvnnsville 2:13pm 2 35a Henderson 12USP m u:5S tu " Henderson 2.46p m 3:10a ni :j5 m " Kvansvlllc IMS m Oveenkboio Mt.Vernon, IU4:i7pm 4:00a rr 3 44 P m 4:29 m 7:30a n Arrive St Louis 7!3ip ra 7:2 a m Atrive Louisville- 7M5P "I a 11 isnav: Leave LmiUville . Hawesvtlle. " Owensboro. " llendirson. Arrive Kvansville 41 7 37- - m 10:43 m 11:40a m I2:451 m i:i5p m N. xo ioiip tn No 43 4t5op ro 8:o4p m 0:05 p m lot!, p m N- - 4S 9:18:1 m 1 1ft 8p in Ii:58pnt 12155 m '1:251 ni Highest Grades and Lowest Prices. KERB n. TIKES FRIOBS: EVANSVILLE TO LOUISVILLE. Yon are blind with lust ot conquest No 46 No. 44 No. 4 And desire for lorelgn trade, a:2op m 2:45a m Leave Rvansville . 6:50a m 2,'46p m " Henderson . 3:10a ra Or you'd see the half .drawn dagger, 7:15 m " Owensboro 8:18am 4:00a in 344P m With its brightly bnrnished blade, Hawesvllle ' 4:51a m 4:4"P ra 9:17a m Sticking in tbe loosened gitdle m Arrive Louisville 7:30a m 7 4Spm Of tbe black brute by your side, n AH trains rnn through solid to Evansvllle. Through Parlor Carn and Sleepers on all trains to Evansville and St Louis. Numbers 4 1 and 42 (It yon treat her as I'm treated 36 She will stick it through your bide). connect at Irvington for Eordavllle & Hardlnsburg daily. Pull-ma- But he that Says so, As long as I am in business here, will misrepresent the town By the help of the people I expect to sell goods as cheap as the cheapest. Country product; taken at tho highest market price in exchange for goods. 03X.33 XXZ02XU3SC:tl3- 4 DE5.ed3.tdLn.. T2n.o. EVANSVILLE, IND. Curb your taste lorsnn kill'd copntriea Where the natives loaf and shird! Come to richer northern regions, Where the people think and work. If yon want a part of Asia, When the Chinamen are killed, Rnn a railroad np to Bering (I will show yon where to build). Come next spring.connt my treasures And don't stop at Glacier bay, Like the many high commissions Yon have slatted np this way. Yon will see the sunlit splendors Of my moonless midnight skies, Shining straight from paradise. A Business 5dcLeaiion la absolutely necessary to tbe young man or young- woman who would win success in life. This beinir conceded, it is of first importance to get your training at the school that stands in the very front rank. LOUISVILLE, Ur.Ml't'KY, ) Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist In SHORTHAND. bit line. Graduate of thla college preerred by j ness houses. Write for a beautiful book giving tes timonials from graduates occupying prominent positions all over the 28 United States it will be mailed to you PRE B. BOOK-KEEPINV -- - THE BRYANT & STRA.TTON BUSINESS COLLEGE, TRANSFER LINE TELTST. A PAST AND EASY RIDE IN I 'i iirt gg& VEHICLES THE MOST COMFORTABLE YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED. Entirely Reliable. It ulll only cost you SO cents extra to ride all diy In a Cotton Belt Parlor Cafe 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 ou will enjoy the large smoking room with Its arm chairs and couch. The ladies will delight in the splendid ladies' lounging room, with its lounge andlmiting arm chairs, and Its roomy dressing room adjoining. You can hae 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. The Cotton Ileitis the dlrtrt Una toTtui Iti tratm run through from Cairo Direct connections at nude at It find MemphU to Toxu without thane fur all parti of Texai, Indian Territory, Oklahoma and the far Vt. Write and tell ui where you are going and when yon will leave and we will time and tell ou what jourttekct will coat, which train to take to make the connection!, and will tend ou an lntrrcitlng little booklet, ' 1 tllr 10 II1U." lt E. f . UBUliE, Cci'l hu'r lit TIL HI, ST. LOUIS, MO. I.i.a'dllOi.'Wmr.riti'rliL, tu biitiia tiiioit. ttnismu, n. 1 J3 JSmith ad WXJ Premier I 5 h h j i is "EST ASD MOST rOPUIwR ROUTR TO Tabulating Billing Machine. n.,l t An Gver Ready,,.. Elfective Tin. mriii I attA CmuIm.. Memphis, ...for Premier Uteri. c Slmpllllea Dill Maktnz and writing (Igurct ol different denominations In columns. It In no way Interferes with ths typewriter for usual lines of work. aa eon aiacaierivi TABULArOn CATAIQAVC. AMI AM. 1MIIMN I.V 1IIKA.SAN, 'll'.XtH. Ui:.IK AMI) (,'Al.lrOII.M A. Gas Lighted Vesttbiilttl Trains wills Cafe Cars, Pullman Sleeixiraam Free Reclining Chair Cars to Memphis and New Orleaus "Exactly." Pullman Tourist Car leaves Louis Hopewell I expect to make J10, "An' Tom fer one o' those here lit- 000 out of that deal within six m inths ville every Thursday uight, and ruus through to Calilornia via New Orleaus erary felletf?" Glurubird I wouldn't count tny and the South Pacific Sunset Route. eggs belo e they're hatched. "I've heard so." Double berth ruto from Louisville to "That's a poor maxim If von can "An' Dlck'fer a doctot?" get any lun out of counting them, it's San Francisco only 80 50; propor"Yes." so much gain. What you dou t want tionately low rates to intermediate "Well; now, what do jou recon I'm to do is to discount them," Brooklyn points. Life. a r'oin' oir" law-yet- ?" New Orleans When you think yon have bought If yon stay till hoary winter gold and find that it is only electro Has entomed the silent land, plated brass you are disgusted. A You will read celestial sermons. sure remedy for this difficulty is to Written by tbe Master's hand, deal onlr with responsible parties who guarantee their goods. At the stote of On tbe azure walls ot heaven, Where Aurora's tinted light v.uyi!S com. coupjw, cr hchenry, ky., Weitdly flits like summer lightning You can find a nice assortment of Jew All the ghostly arctic night. elrr tbat is tally warranted, manu factnred by W F. Main Co , made of When you come I'l' show you wonders rolled gold plate.gold filled. gold front Tbat will cause you great surprise, or solid gold stock, and guarantee them to be exactly as represented and And if gold is what you're seeking, You will open wide your eyes, give satisfaction or we will return the money paid lor tbe goods It will not (Drive away your Wall street schemers cost yon a cent to test these goods, it With their coupons and their nerve; they are not as represented, because Then, while you extend your commerce yon can return your pnrcnase ana get your money back after wearing tbe I'll expand your gold reserve). article sufficiently to know exactly Yon will find a magic city what it is. On tbe shore of Bering strait II yon live too far away from Will iams Coal Co. to get tbe goods there Which shall be for yon a station To unload your arctic freight, and no other ol our customers are near you, write to ns direct and we will send Where tbe gold of Humboldt's vision yon the articles you need, folly war Has lor countless ages lain, ranted, to be sent by mail. We will Waiting for the band of labor also send instructions on thecareol the And the Saxon's tireless brain. case, how to clean it, etc., on apphca W. F. MAIN CO . tion. You shall have a cool vication Eastern Factory, Cor Friendship & Hunting for the grrat white bear, Eddy Streets, Providence, R I Western Factory (Largest Jewelry And you'll soon forgtt Minila And tbe trouble you've had there. Factory in the world) under process ol construction, Iowa Ctty, Iowa. Over For, as in tbe morn of nations, 24 52,000 feet of floot space. Every highway led to Rome, You and all your restless rivals Ladies For relief of women, Cbesi Will be sailing straight to Nome. ter's fausy Tablets, wotth their weight You will wake a sleeping empire, in gold. A safe and certain monthly Stretching southward from the pole regulator. Mailed on receipt of price, $t. MurdockCubrCo .Atlanta, Ga. To the headlands where tbe waters Of yonr western ocan roll. The Old Man's Occupation. Then will rise a mighty people From tbe travail n! the years, "It's a queer worl," said the old Whom with pride you'll call your man, "when yo come to think it over Children Offspring of my pioneersl You know I eddicated Jim fer a Sam C. DuNltAit Fort Yukon, Alaska Yes." a tm Changing a Maxim. "An' Bill for a preacher?" jjj InslstonLIONCOFFEE.lnllb.pkgs. Us R) Used in Millions of Homes! Accept no substitute ! sK 5 fgfjSH pgJO'Trit HH j m Best Coffee for the Money! Try L,0N CFFEG nnd you will iJ'JSSSSi Fancy Oold Ring. KJU fST I nver um Ofts, jjfr SasT SK front of 1 lb. LION COFFEE pkgs. kSJ . "yfaI.T,lnw sft S VM7I These Js exchange articles mailed FREE in lion heads cut from for WWM VmM'JMIjMI, SlPEiSSc fM l ' ! V H?. Wg&ffl G"",0,lJunb,,u,i" panias SMjL -J- (f T r4 j Silk Umbrella (cither Lady'a or Oents). EiZtiSl' Dress-Pi- fi n -- aSatVj MsssWi T RKfKoAMK 1 i a?X T es5friVaiSral. '" IH SiH Jt 3viUulrw tns makers to last two years patterns and ytrj popular. r"" Mranc tenainroiieioij Bf "qualities of solCt puu. and IU tokl, and suarantes.1 br rass ordlnarr usa. Kesr taini the eiaetrf EaaSS aasa III! Hill MasssHH II WDnoimmwBii-lf- j. ATei7nnenmbrtIls,madeofnnIonillktaiIeti Ooorobaiola. WouldcostrtOOatlhestor. KTHFHhTH PURITY atMil 3 Knickerbocker" Watch. Olraa for 171 Um stamp. Keat an exllK, U( time. keeper. Solid -- AVAR 1 'l'"'tfir'"i jlh.and Cat a itrlp of thick paparaolhat the soda will eiaetlrmatt when drawn eAfl around second Ur one end 011 this dlaTaiu order th. number th, other end Zk Cm 7 fl N P Set. Wl attl C 6 saaaTliaii J ..rkLudJn!r I "a"P. .?" r4nslnheset(larier SI2l fl v Pair of Lace Handkerchief. Twoeitraflaa A. - Vjly agkua Qreetllir" HolThSiriut frwsa Art Picture, Uaai Cat. " Easter IbbbbbWsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb saFVlwalMaBBBBBBBBBBBi y Kflk - nSl Srlaeama- kMchlcfi with tuT HsaaW JPCasi Ok rfl iZ Ptaa. ST laKI P sBBaaanl i W HD atiS mm M4 5ash-Be- lt I m and Buckle. Ladles' Watch Chain. doubIitiBdol beat illkoord, united at Interrals with colored beads 1 neat and sutatanllsl. Par II Uao beads and 3antsUasp. afasaaW iMlmillllunilHilUllllnaBk. ' V thasa liaadksr hiatsisaii8Ujhaa4.ctraaa Uob Colfaa wrappsrs and 2. sUaap. -- Bp fWliilj llv. UlKniUBBV , laai M.otlo. HBi tlrtlilUMl ..,.., Picture fll . room. The aVKav p1UbbbbK ot W rojsldarkblua fVWsssssI In.- furnUhes UOOK. contrast to the Uula arlrl and I IlllCfc BlXCf ppll)p,at an (TlAtlst'fl Wasialaf tm t i tt LA I W(9M f ' WhM II fJfmH fllifH , I flL IL rMsFKM II 1 ( rtaT PwsV tT nl l KBfe Tho Truo Tbe Smith Premier Typewriter Co. 215 5th St. Louisvillo, Kv miUiuiiiiiiimiiiiiHiiUUiiiUUiliJi !l A FREE PAHERN KWctlun) to ererj ; (your ownOu.jr 5u ct.nu a yett,tub- - 5j tcf ibcfe MAGAZINE' A LADIES C A, a3k IC I F h 3 ,, IliAMI ; Eni( h bcamliul wurk Lasy 'UkebulJ kii dfr.mkingiiunuBlltt fmy ub- - colored MAQAZINO. ptalesi talttl 5 ;.. 3: l, ttkliun, Travoliue Passenger Acent ior C. R. R . Louisville, Ky. Also ask him to eeuil vm a cony of the South em Home Seekers' Guide.wliich Is replete with interesting Information concerning the Southern territory. It will be mailed to you free. On the first and third Tuesdays ot each month Homo Seekers' tickets are sold to Southern and Southwestern points at Special Low Rates, good to return within twentyoue days from date of sale. Liberal ar rangements. Mop-ov- California. No Blizzards, Cold Woathor Snow Blockades. For particulars write to J, R, Wintor Itouto to Hoi-It- "Can't say," "Well sir, you must not believe it, of Jim un' Bill, but I'm an' Tom, an' Dick, an it keeps me a goin fromdajllght to dark!" Atlan ta Constitution. Hodpm Pills 0 fP P Mallad frM for IS lion beads cut f ma stanp. UonCaffea wrappers and a train ribbon belltmii stjlfih ImlUMlion Mfa aPlsa. lM wVv' celebra'ted ''inter. toll" watch 1 stem. t "durable nlckal' Hsf KaTJl awB RMLypSCB luumfuj.' WJ Sir "t50,1phi d?"fcnl t'oki " Flower Picture. sBaaaaaaaaJaHrPSnaJsaBBBBBBBBBBBal tWr )5 a suntrcTmETofTcnoup. Twonty-flv- o while pentle are reliable and efficient. They Bil- Are prepared from Nature's mild laxatives and VK Uso wlthouta Falluro. Yoars Constant Rous iSte Liver Cure Sick Headache, iousness, Sour Stomach, and Constipation. Sold everywhere, 35c. per box. l,repiredb)fC.I.Hooc!iCo.,Loweli,Mas. and Wktsksj Hltt curad al hoax with out pata Book or par titulars sani rREt III . h WCULLfY CO. utlea, 104 NarUi Prr' Z at) 1 acinii waa t if rma. Stjll.b, Reliable, Simple, Up-to-Z date, Economical and Abtoluicly t'erfect-t'lltmi- . z. r Taper Patterns. U.MT Patterns ft m rn VjiuMmMit Vjk I BAZAR W ftftd 4 A : Onl A ... '!!! Eg Slit Ml Witt MlkSI., NsaYsrk.S jimmmtmiimmmNtNNmR ftl town, or by ftifti (ton TUB McCALL CO., ik (or iftfia Ctt ftcSol4 in h- 'JP lbr : : ilr vury city ; IP S The first Indication of croup U hoarseness, and inn child tjul jeet to tbat disease It may be taken as a sure sign of the npuroach ol an Following this hoarseness is a peculiar rough cough. II Chamberlain's Cough Rcmtdy is given as eoon na A, H.HANSON, G. P. A., the child becomes hoarse, or evru al Ciiioaoo, Illinois te r the croupy cough appears, It will W. A. Kellond. A. 0. P. A., It il used in prevent the attack. Louisville, Ky, many tbousmds ol homes in this brod land and never disappoints tbe anxious molhets. We have jet to tear ot n fingle inxtince in which it No other liciittil pertHtQi ol mrebtnlctl or lavtatlra iq1d4 tina not proved draliioii ft trip to tht l'nrlft Ki poatUuu, wltti jvi4 tirtpirationscan show such a record-tw- enty IftUrv ftol ripntt PftM. ttiould rU five yearn' contiatt ne with out a failure. For sale by Z Wayne in CUKIDwtth ftctblf Griffin & Bro itmeaic. iirourva thound In tc tnB7 faODflltlttiL. cnn A Eilarnle Tour Dowels Willi Onlcarfta. CAlltJll CnnOy Ontltartlc, euro cousllpallo.i fovisr. of all vmptona raruof days at luui alt-ick- . Jfi ijHr SfiS?n cli?S 2 Coln-Purs- mi S SS aUo metal,' hearllr sllrer. plated Two tllBerenl patterns. 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In Tun aa Illustrated and widely circulated Journal, consulted by Manufacturers and Investors, Address, ttend for sample copy EVANS A CO. VIOTOR " I ITalaaawaiiai V lTMSTivanv,iFiresanfr n 1 "SfaBP eaaawaV W to aquara. Includlna fancr trinrril border. Mailed tr lor fg lion beads aad a Jc.sUmp. nHsBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaV EffiM ailMHantfawsnHpa; 0tHawassssHal Cwb ?lmnri'harp KSL tcd",0,, banal. Per IJ Ilea beads and a Jc.ataaiD. rreen and th. Ilttl. brown kitten and tho a Irl's drew form a pleasing-- combination of col. S?; Blsa, 16x21 Incites, nailed trs tor Ilea heads and a Jant stamp. If PS. rlwaa. jS tMQ TBP ? Bfjpr-Tlt- Anoth.rMtwtU ADOVDACnONLVAPCWOPTltnUONCOrPEHPfinMIUMS. sbortly appear In thU paper I Don't miss It I The grandest list ol premium ev.r ollered I I I DROPSY (Ml Tatlmonlala and TIH D ATI t rvfttmtnt t PS. tt. U. GUUI I0fl, Itoi K, AtUuU, Ua. r. tOc.SSc. !IC. CO fll.drucKUtrtluDjuinr (Patent Attoract,) Evans Building, WASHINGTON, D, 0. J. rati. .m Mi ? 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