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Digital page images are linked to the text file. if! i h Mmmn nt i imMwvtwmitMmmmm Mf a. r The The The The The OlxxToTolng: Republican Republican Rrpublicm Republican Reput licun ami Louisville Commercial, I yeat,$t 35. and the Courier Journal, 1 jear, $1 25 and the Toledo (O ) Blade, t J car, $1 it, and Louisville Dispatch, I year, '$125. and the Globe Democrat, year $1 50 1 Rates. The Hmtdbd Republican. OFFICIAL OECAK OF TEE PARI? IN TBS FOD&TE GQHORESSIOKALSISTEICT. lP mmmi!mmiqmw jjuhilpI rVWR Tho Ropubllcau kindly invites lta many rottdors and triondu to Rlvo thoso luorcbfiuts who advortiBalu its columns thn boneflt ot tbolr trndo. It will bo regarded ao a per- sonal lavor. y Fine Job Work a Specialty. Subscription $1 a year. No. 23. the tme and in the manner of elect Ing the delegate. ir , MODK - VOL. XII. HARTFORD, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1899. T. IIAliTfOIII), I(T, Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care. Office In Court House, JOHN P. MRTON ATIORNEYATLAW, HEAVIUN, HARTFORD COLLEGE, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. EASILY THE LEADING SCHOOL 0FTfllS SECTION OF SPRING TERM BEGINS JAN. 22, KENTUCKY. 1900, AND CONTINDES TWENJT Y WEEKS. afiH5-?3 Will practice his rrolesslon In all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court 61 Appeals. Special attention given to collections. Attorney atKY.Law HARTFORD, M. L. T ssssc(T7've5 fTl Qluv(iij A 1 S Bl ' BHELBY TAYLOH, HARTFORD, KY .Will practice his profession in all the couitn.ol Ohioap'i adjoining countlts and Coujt ul Appeals. Special stten tlon given to ail assignments in bank ATTOIWEi AT LAW HUaat Acts gently on SSI 4 ruptcy - Attokney O. -- MT. Kidneys, Liver and Bowels CtcANSES THE SYSTEM OVERCOMES.! Cv I J thi SaBBBBBBarBBBBBjE'BBBBBBBBBBaMBBBMBBBBBBBBBBBHBBBBjBSfiMnakaH i9Bva,MHBL I 7 I1A.RTFOUD, Will practice his profession in all tbo courts 6f Obioand adjoining countiet Careful altontloo will be Riven to a Colbusiness entrusted to his care. lections a specialty. atKY.Law, FCTaWsMSttliyffJMBWHffiCT 8Qn sJTEjJlnl 1bbBb99bbIBhbHbbbI hASm,., CONSTIPATION PERMANENTLY Attorney at Law HARTFORD, KY. SPECIAL making abstracts, Ac alio Notary Publio lor Ohio County. Office North sido ot publicsquare. attention given to JNO. BrWILSON, """ onerous. He welcomes the advent of the American with sincere joy; believing that, at last, the shackles which have enslaved him are to be cast aside, and that he la to walk erect In a new and healthy atmosphere of liberty and justice. The American people have demon strated their ability to govern themselves; now let us prove that we can uplift the people of the islands of the sea. Through one bloody conflict we struck the shackles lrom four millions ot our own people; and now, through the war with Spain and its well directed results, let us give fieedom, good government, and higher ideals to the people who have been placed under our control. It is our noble task to lead them up to the high .standard required and expected of the people ot the United States. But if, alter a fair trial, we find that these people do not attain the requisite and dmirid excellence we shall know, at been )ct.t, that our proiuifes fulfilled, and that our duty hat been honestly perlorrucd In the proud consciousness ot this, we con let the luture dttermlne Its own problems. The Status ol Puerto Rico," by II. G CutH8 In the December Forum. h-- ve OF ELECTION. Indopondont Rolatlons of tho United Statos and Germany. Alldelegates shall be elected not iess'than thirty days before the meetThere has not been for twelve ing of the National Convention. years such an opportune time as now shall be elected by popular State and Territorial conventions, of which at least thirty days' notice shall have been published In some newspiper or newspapers of general circulation In the respective States and Territories. The Congressional district delegates shall be elected by conventions ed by Congressional Comps each district, in the manned nating the candidate forfRep! tlve In Coneress In said dlstrk t.i-- lor puting this country on the sale side In our commercial relations with I'lHIl (gURRNIA pG ,SYRVP muunwHMinnuHiniini TP"liKTIimi IJJiiaMll"uaai 1, OFFICIAL - When you think you have bought IIartfobd, Kt. that It Will practice his profession in the gold and find you are ia only electro disgusted. A plated brass the courts oi Ohio and adjoining sore remedy for this difficulty Is to counties. Also Notary Publio. deal only with responsible parties who guarantee their goods. At the store of Attorney at Law, B. R. WEDDING Entirely Reliable. Healthful Best Methods, Superior Environments, Complete Courses, Low Expenses. Well-Equippe- d NOTE THE! A.33Xrj3L3Xr rwA.G4 3E3S Building.The Location, Strong Faculty, - Call For Republican National Convention ISSUED OT CKIAIRMAH 1IAWNA. T7p onk jBjanintJiiib r collegiai mercial. e, teach ers PREPARATORY, ELOCUTION. MUSIC AND LAW COM- - Collegiate Department. By reference to the year book ot 1899 and 1900 it will be observed that the courses ot study are more complete and the field of research broader than they have been at any time In the history of our institution. As advancement is made In culture and intelligence a demand for institutions of a higher class of work is necessitated. To meet these demands we have adopted such courses of study as the experience and observation of years of labor and thought have proven to be the most natural and will lead to the most complete mastery of the subjects to be pursued It is our aim to teach students to think and act for themselves' Not only do we endeavor to arouse in students a desire to master the study which they are to pursue, but to Instruct them in those general principles that lead men to a higher and nobler plane- - of action. Students need, as we think, instruction in their social relations and moral conduct. We endeavor to tboronehlv lmpresD'npon the. ralnds'of "o'ur pupils' the Important'fact that accuracy ot knowledge, thoroughness In mental discipline, correctness of expression, and morality are td make fe' what ltought to be'and can be, made. The followlpg branches.wlllbe pursued during the spring term: Mathematics, Geometry, Surveying, Astronomy, Trigonometry, Mechanics and Calculus; Latin; Beginning Latin, Casar; Engllah Literature; P.incoast'a text, some of the recent writers, Philosophyof Literature and Draper's Intellectual Development of Europe, and General History; Sciences, Botany, Physics, Psychology and Chemistry. Besides these a number of classes will be organized to suit the demands of the pupils. In fact, we feel safe in saying that we are prepared to meet the needs of all. neces-sary'- Law, Attorney atKY. HARTFORD, Will practice his profession in all tho Courts oi Kentucky. Special atte- WILLIAMS COAL COMPANY, OF McHENRY, KY to collections, settle neat or decedent's estates, road cases Office up and criminal practice. stair next door to Grifiin'sdrug store. ntion-given J. S.R. Wedding, AnOKNtY and COUNSELLOR at LAW, (NOTARV 1'UBLIC) - KENTUCKY. In all Ohio ondruljoinltiK counthecouttso! ties and the Court of Appeals. Prompt attention given to all busines entrust-this care. Office in Republican building. alsosendlnstructlonaonthecareof the case, how to clean it, etc , on appllca V F. MAIN CO , tlon. JOELN T RONE, Eastern Factory, Cor- Friendship & Eddy Streets, Providence, R. I CfcXTr.HTOW'.ir, KY. Western Factory (Largest Jewelry til Factory In the world) under process of Winyracllrabia prvlrnalnn In nil and adjoining; eounllea construction Iowa City, Iowa. Over aarlaarohla and 1'onrt al Annral... Hrlal alien- - 52,oqo feet of floor space 34 lo rallrcllan. OBlealn W. laa A. Kane nnllilla-- . A SURE CURE FOR CROUP. HARTFORD.. Will practice his profession You can find a nice assortment of Jew. elry that is fully warranted, manu factured by W F. Main Co., made or rolled gold plate.gold filled, eold front or solid gold stock, and guarantee them to be exactly as represented and give satisfaction or we will return the money paid for the goods. It will not cost you a cent to test these goods, if they are not as" represented, because you can return your purchase and get your money back after wearing the article suUiciently to know exactly what it Is. It you live too far away from Williams Coal Co. to get the goods there and no other ot ourenstomcrsare near you.wrlte to us direct and we will send you tne articles you need, tally warranted', to be sent by mall.' Wr will These are Music, Law, Commercial and Elocution, each of which is in charge of thoroughly competent and experienced teachers. Miss Wolcott, of the Department of Music, received her training In the Conservatory of Chicago and Is a most ex cellent teacher. Judge J, S Glenn is a lawyer o! ripe scholarship and wide experience and Is admirably suited to the Law Department. J. D. Stewart, in charge of the Commercial Department, is a graduate of the Bryant & Stratton Business College, of Louisville, Ky. Miss Roll, of the Elocution Department, Is an elocution 1st of rare powers and superior culture. We guarantee the mdst perfect satisfaction in all these Departments. ATTORNEY AT LAW - la Ufeo IlAirrroitD, Special attention givou to all business The first indication oi croup i entrusted to his care. Office in Court hoarseness, and in a child subject to House. that disease it may be taken as a sure sign of the approach of an attack. Following this hoarseness is a peculR. E. LEESIMffiLERMAN, iar rough cough. If Cbamberlaln'H Cough Remedy is given as soon an the child becomes hoarse, or even alHartfohd, Ky. ter the croupy cough appears, It will all the prevent the attack. It is used in Will practlco his profession in Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties many thousands of homes in this Collections carefully and promptly at- broad land and never disappoints the tended to. Office with T.J.Smith anxious mothers. We have yet to tear ot a single instance In which it A Ca. , Market Street. has not proved effectual. No other preparations can show such a record-tw- enty five years' constant use wlth-- ut h failure. For sale by Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. Hautfoiid, Ky., Will practice hi profession in 'Ohio Ladles For relief of women, Chesand .adjoining counties, Special attention given to allbusineu entrusted ter's Tansy Tablets, worth their weight In gold. A safe and certain monthly to his care. regulator. Milled on receipt of price, $r. ,MORDqcfCURB Co .Atlanta, Ga. Attorney at Law, Ky. Twonty-flv- o Years' Constant Without a Falluro, Attorney at Jaw Attorney at Law, TTDAViDSONr ATTORNEY- - AT - LA W, , FOKUIYIM-K- KKNTCCUT. Will practice his. profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court 6f Appeals. Special given to collections, Office next door to Post Office. F I. TBtTX J, BDWIN1 HOWE, Rowe & Felix, HARTFORD. KY. Will practice in the Courts, of Ohio county and coutfot Appeals rrompi attention given to all business en trusted to our care. Office ia Herald bulldlntr ffisse5as$S'!,r,;i Tho Southorn Railway. aim IIlMllil. 6463 Miles Three bally Trains Ildwifn Loulavllleand Lex iogion Observation Chnlr Cars. Trains leave and ar riveLoulsvillefrom Seventh Street Union Depot, connecting with trains of the I(rnlieky, VlrKDila. Numb I'm o. Una, Alabama, Trn..-ae- , Norlli l'arolliia,Urorln, Urtuih (llH But SoMtrn Staff -.- -. i IlllnoisCentralRallroadand L, H & St L Railway. For Information, Address A. Whidon, P. & T. A.. 216 4th lit, Hulstlll. (tj Wffl.H.Tnloi, Asslstiot 0. r. , It.lsillli, ft W.A.TI'nM, J,M,ULP, A fral MVr. IJfii.l'UMAa-- l WAHHINUTON.B ;aejD0i (55Xi5?S?'i '. j These courses are under the instruction of the ablest Washington & Lee University has placed In our hands a teachers in the school and the work done in them covers every branch required by the Slateor a County certificate, scholarship to be given to one of our graduates, who dea State certificate or a S'tate diploma Every faithful and sires to pursue a higher course ot work than we oiler. energetic teacher expects to at least complete these courses This Institution also agrees to furnish us with a list of and obtain from the State the highest certificate of quali- questions and allow us to examine any one of our pupils fication possible. The constantly growing demand for who may desire to attend its school. This must mean to the thinking man that Hartford Col' well trained teachers, with broad and liberal preparation for their work has made it necessary for us to provide the lege is above the ordinary educational Institutions ot the very highest grade of instruction in each particular line ol country. Any one "desiring a course in medicine or dentrje teachers' work. In order to do this, earh class has tistry will do well to consult us. been placed in the hands of a teacher who has nlade a spec ialty ol the work and who will spire no pains to make the Tuition Per term ot ten weeks $ 8 00 work popular and effective, While we give such Instruc For two terms (In advance) 15 00 Board This is always by far the largest Itemjof school tion as will best prepare lor examinations wo most rigidly hence we worked hard to reduce it to a minimum insist npon a thorough understanding of the principles o.f expenses we and we the subject taught. Our work in Pedagogical line? is Ins the verybelieveboardhave succeeded, as we can offer students best in prl xte families at the low rates of tended to develop more capable and conscientious men and $2 00 per week This includes furnished room, fuel, light, women for all the departments of teaching. and everything except washing. So that the entire exDo you need work In the Teachers' course? If so, we penses here for board and tuition for twenty weeks need want you Are you deficient in Spelling, Readfugt, Writ not exceed $55 00 Examine our courses of study and see if you do not need My. son has been troubled for years ing, Composition, Grammar, Arithmetic, Geography, His.j fiovnefbing in them with chronic diarrhoea. Sometime tory, Civics, royalology, Educational Psychology, Metbt Experimental, Laboratory and Practical Field Work are ( ago I persuadedj hlro.to take; some ot, 'ods, Physics, Geometry, Literature or Latin ? If so, this some of our leading features. (jnampenain. s ouc, noiera ami di- Is If you want to learn. and arc willing to work for knowl the place for you to attend school, as teachers classes arrhoea Remedy, After using two edge, this is the place lor you; if you are seeking luxurious bottles of the ascent size he was will be sustained in all the above named branches during ease and reosual enjoyment, bettar go somewhere else. cured. I give this testimonial, hop- our spring term. Our work will be thoroughly and honFor further Information call upon or write, ing some one similarly 0 filleted may estly done and will be done according to the best methods T.J. MORTON, Pros. read it and be benefited. Thomas C. experience and observation suggest. O. M. SHU LTZ, Vloo Pros. Bower, Olcncoe, 0. For sale by Z, that m Wayne Griffin & Bra. a. t Hor Splendid Surroundings. always manifested toward us the ut Tho Puerto Rloo Problom, Tho SIckMadoWoll. most sood-wil- l. Thev iovonslv wel r corned the coming of our flag as a res Have you any pain, orache.or weak, "Myrtle Gusblon writes that she is In the possession of Puerto Rico the nets? Does your blood show that it now living surrounded by splendor " tyranny, oppression, and , nant. contains impurities? Are you nervous? Wlf IVd WIItU St.... HIV aWM' barbarity of Spanish administration. wt" and activity of mind . "I suppose she's got n new silk pet fronted with both opportunity and re Do you lack snap They hall us as the champions of lib body? Ar you easily tired? Have you tlcoat." World'a'Corufc. sponsiblllty, t would be at variance erty and equality before the law; and ambition? Is there any unnatural lost with Aineiican cir(zenshpll we failed drain upon your syfctem? Is every or. they expressed the hope, amid the re to take advantage of the former; we gsn performing its proper function? A Suro'Cure. j uclng which they nmuifetted when should be recreant to every lionet In other Words : Are you a perfectly o Spain yielded that to Puerto strong, active, vigorous, lieatlhy.haD principle if we evaded the latter rtould come the blessings of good py man or woman? It not, you should Doctn I'm afrad your wife isn't Consequently, v;e pi ay take It for government which have made the not delay one day before ou consult going to pull through. granted that we shall develop the maJ Nkwton Hathaway, M D , Uuitcn States tho abiding place ot a Husband Oh, es, she will I told terial resource ot the Island with tf 309 Church St Njhvlle, Tenn wonderfully prosperous and happy her 1. already bad her successor picket!, characteristic energy, while endeavor people 'liHi'iliti'ilifiiffB out ,n fase 8he 'Ji(,n't 8lt we,I,chU lug tpad njlnlster the government with In no small degree, therefore, is Ihe the wise combination of liberty and wagu ihiip law that makes the American nation problem which Puerto Rico presents Ariti-simplified in the very beginning. The the glory of modern civilization. to Will straighten Curly and Z Wayne Griffin St Bro guarantee There is every reason why the re- people of the island are not wedded Kinky hflr without Injury to every1 bottle of Chamberlain's Cough gard ot the United States for Puerto tU'lr systems; tbey do not, In their the scalp or blr devotion to their country, Remedy' and wilt refund the money to Rico should be most considerate. proper any one who is not satltfi'd alter love either for Spain or for Pried. 50c Por Box. miner two thirds of 'the content. True, the Island camelto us by right the laws by which they have been op Endorsed by the Unjtad States i This Is the. ahe best remedy In the of conquest from Spain; but the usualHealth Department pressed, held in Ignorance and semi world for la grippe, coughs, colds, ly antagonistic relations of vanquishDARRAGH & RICH, NEW Y0R1C, N. Y. croup and whooping cough, and Is ed and victor have never existed be bondage, and burdened with excessive Sill yamifaetufri. Wiwm VtMl.tf pleasant and safe to take It prevents taxation. Former conditions have 2) Imclouttampftrptrtltulart, any tendency of a cold to renult in tween the island people and the Americans. The Fuertorlcans have been, to the Puertorican, exceedingly nov.fcb. pneumonia. l!l!l!l!l!l!l!!ll!l!l!l!l!l!l!l!l!!!l Teachers' Courses. President: Headquarters Republican National Washington. To the Committee, Republican Electors of the United States: In accordance with established custom and in obedience to Instructions of the National Convention pl 1896, the National Republican Committee directs that a National Convention of delegated representatives of the Republican party be held at the city of Philadelphia, Penn , for the purpose of nominating candidates for President and Vice President, to be voted for at the Presidential election. Tuesday, November 6, 1900, and for the transaction of such other business as may properly come before It, and For a nutuber'of years Hartford College has been gain that said convention shall assemble ing a rank with the leading Colleges and Universities that at 12 o'clock noon on Tuesday, June she is proud to possess. 19, 1900. During the past year we made arrangements with the The Republican electors of the sevfollowing medical schools to allow our graduates to enter eral States, the District of Columbia with one year's credit and without examinations: Louisville Medical College; Indiana Medical College Unlverrity and the the Territories, and all other electors, without regard to past filiaot Louisville; Cincinnati Medical College; Belleview Hostion, who believe In the principles of pital & Medical College, N Y i Vanderbtlt University. We also have arrangements to enter our graduates, the Republican party and endorse its without examinations in the schools ot Liberal Arts; Wash policies, are cordially Invited to unite ington & Lee University, DeP.ruw Unlversltyt University under this call In the selection of candidates for President and Vice ot Indiana, Vauderbllt University, Centre University, Central University, Ohio University and many other leading, President, schools. TUB DBLEGATES Special Departments. The following is the call for the next Republican National Convention which will name the Nation's next StandirtgvOf Hartford College. Germany, The term of Germany's tariff schedule has nearly explred,and a commission is now preparing the scheme for the new one. Since these bills have a fixed period during which they are not subject to change, It will be readily appreciated that the prosperity ol the United States is to considerable extent involved In the conditions that may be placed on Imports from this country As an In A (i... - .- rdhstrial country Germany would bo trlct where, there is no RptNiciaj .onltop glad to make favorable ar Congressional Committee, t.ae Re' laogenTents with the United States; publican State Committee shalt "np. but something must be conceded tor point from among the Republicans each favor expected, and a sort ot resident In such district a committee reciprocity must prevail. lor the purpose ol calling a district It is true we are n great people but convention to elect delegates to rep- we ire not independent ol the rest of resent said district the world It is true we have a The election of delegates from the country wltu unparalled natural facll. District of Columbia shall be held un- Itl 1 lor manufactures and agrlcultur der the direction and supervision of al pursltslrwlth n ineenlous oeonle an election Boara, composed of Hon. utilizing mach'lnery In every possible B. Cotton, Mr. W. C. Chase and direction, with John a territory so vast as Mr. L. M. Saunders. to include soli and climate adapted Snch board shall have authority to all the forms of food demanded! fix the date for such electlou and to man and beast and with mines! arrange all details and regulations yield many sorts of tires as wellli incident thereto, and shall provide for the coal for their reduction. a registration oi the votes as cast, with these blessings blessings9 such registration to Include the name. nbuudance there may be a limit to of each voter. our Industrial advance. The territorial delegates shall be Under normal conditions two elected In the manner of nominating causes can arrest our progress: candidates for delegates in Congress, viz- - scarcity of labor and a loss of our and delegates from the Indian Terri- agricultural exports. With the imtory and Alaska shall be elected by migration we have had in such abunpopular Convention. dant measure, together with our InWe recommend that the Territories' crease in native population, it would or Arizona, Indian Territory, New seem impossible that labor should Mexico and Oklahoma each elect six ever be scarce. In quantity, perdelegates and six alternate delegates, haps this may be true; but for the and that Alaska elect four delegates manufactories some skill is required, and four alternate delegates, and the and intelligence above the ordinary admission of such additional delegates is needed. Then, for each additional to the convention is hereby recom five or six families whole heads are mended. engaged in the shops or factories, one CONTESTS. farmer must start his plough for their All notices VjSntest shall be sub support, or else our exports must be by a corresponding mltted In writing accompanied by a diminished printed statement setting forth the amount. This farmer must take up grounds of contest, which shall be new lands, less productive than those filed with the Secretary of the Nation. now farmed, or else a subdivision of al Committee twenty days prior to lands now under cultivation must the meeting of the National Con- take place. Both these steps have vention, Contest will be acted upon been taken. The size of farms has by the National Convention In 'the been decreased from 199 acres in 1S60 order of date ot filing notice and state- to 137 In 1890, and the number of farms has Increased a great many ment with the Secretary. fold in this period. M. A. Hanna, Chairman, Charles Dick, Secretary. While the total acreage under cul- rn..nnr2S' Lost in Cornfield. The Harrington (Kansas) Times recites an incident which took place in thatlocallty, which will give Easterners a vivid sense ot the extent oi a Kansas cornfield. This Is the substance of it: "A farmer living four or five miles out of town was out In his cornfield shucking corn, and a little boy went along for company, ns the afternoon was pleasant and the little fellow wanted to "help papa shuck corn " Along toward night be started alone to go to the house, which was but a little way off, and that was the last seen of him till after sunrise the next morning, "The farmer finished picking his load of corn and went to the house, supposing the boy was there, but on inquiry found that such was not the case. Search was at one instituted, and the neighbors were called upon to assist, and it wasn't long before the cornfield were alive with men and lanterns looking for the lost child. And to ad"4 to the grief of the parents and friends, the rain began to pour ' down In torrents between 10 and 11 o'clock but the boy was uowhere to be found They continued Ihe search in hearing no response. The next morning one of the searching p.rty came upon the wee one traveling in one of the neighbor's cornfield, a lit tie over hall a mile from home wtt through lo the skin, his clothes cov ered with mud, indicating that he had probably tired out during the night and had lain down to take a ld Scholarships. Expenses. nh t Said National Convention shall of a number of delegates at large from each State, equal to double the number of United States Senators to which each State is entitled, and for large in Coneach Representative gressional district and the District of Columbia, two delegates; from each of the Territories of Alaska, Arizona, Indian Territory, New Mexico and Oklahoma two delegates. For each delegate elected to said convention an alternate delegate shall be elected to act in case ot the absence of the said alternate to be elected at con-sisdel-gat- e, tivation has Increased rapidly, It has not been greatly in excess of our in. crease In population; so that we can. not expect to continue to add to our exports of foods unless we start upon a fccheme of more Intense cultivation. It is therefore, inevitable that sooner or later we shall cease to .control the ol the world; and then, as other contries become Independ ent npon them, or at least shall no longer be in a position to dictate terms of exchange. It is now, while we are strong in agricultural and industrial exports, that we can mike the best terms with the other members in the family of nations; and It Is now that we can accept the principle ol economical division of labor, with Its corallar that looks toward frte trade, and with Its ethical Injunction to live and help live. "The Commercial Relations of the United States and Germany," by James II. Gore In the December Forum. s I I thero $ re thousands of women who nearly suffer death from Irregular menses. Sometimes the " period " comes too sometimes not often often enough sometlraos the flow Is too scant, and again it is too profuse, Each symptom shows Every Month m-k- u v 1 EFENDING THE NATION. Catarrh is our y, tti.i ,,,,.. that Nature needs help, and that there is trouble in the orBe careful gans concerned. when in any of the above conditions. Don't take any and every nostrum advertised to cure female troubles. Ul-c- BRADFIELD'S FEMALE REGULATOR the ailments that are caused by Irregularity, such as lcucor-rhce- a, falling of the womb, nervousness; pains in the head, back, breasts, shoulders, sides, hips and limbs. By regulating the menses so that they occur day, all every twenty-eight- h those aches disappear together. Just before your tlmo comes, get a bottle and see how much good it will do you.. Druggists sell it at ft. book, "PtlfMt 8nd for oar (r. Woman," (or Uealtt. is the one safe and sure medicine for irregular or painful menstruation. It cures all ! 1 1 frealarming quency. All ot these troumes are catarrh, and cannot exist euoizs." where the membranes are clean and healthy. Mrs. Lou Davis, FayettevUle, Tenn., Singer tells in her letter how Dr. Hartman'a Do you know that a nice cured Sewing Machine Is the most useful great catarrh remedy, and serious lung comXmas present you coutd give your her of la grippesay st wtte or daughter ? Call at the Singer plication. She stand) and see Office (Tom Duke's-ol" I was afflicted with a disease comGross Williams, Agent. them monly known as lagripr two yeara ago tho doctors said I had consumpand tion. I got one bottle ot the second night my cough stopped. sta- I took several bottles, and I wlU say I would I open- that Ifbellere not beenbo a dead woman for It had now Mary M. Prultt, Palpa, Ma, saysr a Mtdicvtt Co., Columtut, O. I had la grippe for three sucoess.Ta years; It seemed to get a Uflhter hold on me each year. It seemed I was la the Jaws of death. What had helped ma be foro would not do me any good. I I saw an advertisement ot procured two bottle and it cured me, I have not folt any symptom alnoe. way joa You may um tali ta j mm mimmmm Lagrippe, lung troubles ana diseases ot other the mucous mem- brono take hold ot our people and fatal results follow with 'MW d tionery for tho ing of tho Now Year Ifyou need any The Republican is Pi-run- prepared to supply you. Prices to suit tho times and satisfaction guaranteed. Give us a call. ay ,1.1,1-iS- plena." IfcJtMitbMttslfcMfe MaSall jam "TjaJW" atria. iUWIfi- -- - ",'Jf I ""ffTWfflfcitir Mf"' - WffllPIF " ' ' aV ' jrwarw-fF- i lyyt',ii'wii -- fflr S -- 'iip .. - - iSFTWrT -- r v 'tWplM'-'- FUSw" - . Hartford Republican. setend-tln- ! , h It' n .jt The Nineteenth century baa been ALCOHOL thn mint nvAntliil fa all the tide of ! and The Qnebcllte lieutenants have been made time. Such strides mail matter s Entered at Hartford paststfice is mercenaries driven to desperation in in the advancement of civilization defeat now charge that the RepublicFRIDAY, DRCEMlliR 29 were never known to any other cenans and honest Democrats who sup tury. Tbe closing years of tho cen-tu- rr. ! ery. This mediARTNAV1LIK PRKC1NCT cine which ii Tti pijirj nama, Acta. . Tit 4 Cost Tun Uucrr of Souih Alnca arc ported Taylor and Brown entered the have seen nations living In entirely Kwoi M . . . . 91 $67 35 boxing and goring John Bull sorely sauctum sanctorum over which they tirotberly love through periods hith- hd no- Dean, Gu SAo nnarcotic, pro- Fields, Mate Adm'r 46 and even humiliating the strung arm alone stood guard and actually did r(0 unknown. The mighty scepter wo for duces actual Hatbouit,Ias. power has passed from tho car of Her Majesty. purposely, inteotionlv noyona doubt strength, instead H. P. Hamilton's heirs at 35 ' mouth to the sphere of Intel-- , or the simulated Dean. Guy M. steal the election and tbo fruits there is APY; strength which re- & J W. Fields . 89 6 The man who is so narrow in his of from him who had promised hire so 'ectual splendor. The sword finds a sults from the use Collier. Jno S . 4 80 " more powerful combattant in the of "whiskey medconception that he sees no fault ol much. It Is uncompromisingly e. . 16 Bray, Fiddillis icines," or nerve Mattingly, A D his own is a nonentity sealed up in au and base In a man beaten at his """"study. The scone has chanced. The 3 .56 numbing narco. 20 McCaity, jno G 280 tics. impregnate shell oi sclf'corceit. game to cry fraud, but juch Oi combat of mind with mind now . 21 6 to 85 The many and Miles. Chns V. do. bel and his hirelings reigns.The Wellingtons aod Napoleons cures Same for 1898 remarkable 150 4 85 resulting from the Deau, Mary I T. Smith have become Teunvsons and Hugo's. "TnrjY enslave their children's use of "Golden Medical Discovery" Agt remarkable discovThe battlefield 3 to 6itf (the old icbool oi prove the soundness of Dr. Tierce's thechildren; Who make ompromise One of tho most McDanlel, Sol B. a 10 50 as eries of Republic. '"""J Perpe'r-te- d nation) gives way to the cullego and ory that in these days of haste and hurry Payne, Henry with sin. lho above is L 1 50 30 clecifon yet given to university. The scenes of many a Uie stomach is the common breeding it occurred iu the Iat TOWN LOTS true now as wheu place of disease. These cures also prove Wedbloody battle of the earlier part of the the soundness of Dr. Pierce's reasoning Parson, Jno one town lot 3 10 ago the public ma Landed down years L'wcll sixty to 4 25 Lvlie' hemstitched Handkerchiefs, the newest in town at all prices, century are much to be regretted, but that "diseases which originate in the Stinuttt, Wni one town lot Every freeman should consider that nesday br iba llcrald' stomach must be cured through tbe CENTERTOWN PRECINCT ranging from ic to 50 cents each. the majority of tbo pass as marvels of tbe and raise his vmco in a The " Discovery " is a medi- Miller, R. P.& Marvin 50 great truth age. The at stomach." 25c for men's Xmas Initial Hand4 80 See our display ot newest and latest things In ladles' Ties of kerchiefs mighty ''down with Goebel and bis Board and the County Clerk were tention uf tbo present now centcis cine for the stomach and other organs the Morehead,Mra.Maltie B 60 4 25 A very fine Variety of Misses Rain Coats and ladles' Mclnto.-hr- s. When digestion and nutrition. IIEFL1N PRECINCT A large assortment of Hostrry Irom 5c a piir and up. Ladle's fleeced-line- d Democrat, yet lho Beralcl says tho about the study, And the hero of stomach Is healthy the blood made in 50c for men's Xiuas Neckwear In hirelings," 1030 Hose, extra qnatlty, from lo t 35 cents tbo tbe hour is ho who the stomach is healthy, and sufficient in Early, Human L. . 120 Kepublieans actually furnished fine quality of silk or satin, In all ncx is able to deliver HORSR BRANCH PRECINCT. the nerves and A fall line ol ladies Corstt from 25c to $1 25, including the celebrated shapes, styles and fleets. That address purports to civo! election officers with creosote Ink for to humanity the greatest amount of quantity tothenourish to resist or throw Eisler, Wm too system 5 00 Dr. Thompson's glcve fitting and the R. H . and H. and II leather tipped strengthen moral strength to the infamous cou - jtheuseof the votew.This is thoroughly good. Ho who conceived tho plan ot off disease. Nature develops life, sus- Haven, Ansel 12 acre two Tlots 9.16 A beautiful line of blue, white and pink Corsets at 50c, 50c, 75c and $1 00 lormenV Oxfoid tains life and preserves life by nourishmauan Mufflers, all styles, Every charge contain- - consistent with the Berlad't manner steam appliance to railway transpor test to come ment. Vital failure comes when the Ellis heirs 104 4 25 A beantilul liueot men's fancy Su.il Whoever tation bequeathed starved is a raalicto"' of telling things, however. ed in that addrets of t3 humanity more body isinability either from lack and food Brand, Jno. V . . . 25 3 10 nuof the digestive or the every penders at popular prices, to see that article will makeshift, known to be such by SMALLHOUSE PRECINCT goou man Alexander tne tritive organs to extract the nourishment lasting A handsome line of men's and boj 220 14 70 intelligent informed man who signed j;auvv where to class it. If the Great with bis countless boats ot sol from the food taken into the stomach. Piacb, W. L . "Golden Medical Discovery " takes the Cnrtley, Jno. A . . .140 iffcanpn'iilnieu 590 people of Qraysen could sea such an diers. Rugs Something new In tbls fancy ard white bosom Shltts in all it. It is tho wail of A laree and beautiful assortment of B. Morris through obstacles from Nature's way so that she Mortis, T. C& A. T. 110 8. F. 8 05 line Portlers new aud late patterns. in prices to suit the times. (See them ) article they would wonder why the years of unceasing toil succeeded in can sustain life by her own methods. So to speak, it is (he "cafa HARTFORD PRECUCT Lwe Curtains 75c to $3 50 tier pair. Our men's hall Hose department Is ho people about Hartford do not keep inventing Dr. made by Goebel ol those 4 80 telegraphy, theroby be action Tierce's Pleasant Pellets assist the Helsley, Mrs M.T . . 7 Don't fail to see our line of Trunks, Telescopes. Traveling Bags and Diess full and complete In late novelties. "polit-ica- l BUFORI) PRECtSCT. of "Golden Medical Discovery," cattle. it, to rake Irom fire a Suit Cases. Something one would appreciate for queatbing to mankind a rich heritage, Hudson, Isaac . Men's Xmas Umbrellas In natural 51 5 90 chestnut." Pate, Lucy A Thomas Gordau Bell less than a cen 3 10 50 wood handles, also a vast assortment GLOBE DEMOCRAT. CROMWELL PRECINCT. What Goebel can do with the tury ago surprised the world with the Goebel's contest before the Legisla Leach, Joseph belra . . ot ladles' and men's fancy trimmed I 95 10 Jo and Bill and the rest of their Kentucky Legislature remains yet to telephone, by means of which togeth Umbrellas for the holidays, ranging In ture will end just as It did before the TOWN LOTS. before tbe election that the clan said See car line ot Covert Cloths, Plaids, Serges. Novelty Suitings, Henriettas, price Irora 75c to $1 jo. 2 10 ReniihlcanscouIdnotMUUt them out, he seen. That he will do anything er with telegraphy nations may live State Election Board. Tbe candidate Brown, Richard one town lot Poplins, etc. FORDSVILLB PRECINCT. within the realms of possibilities none as neighbors and friends thousands of who had the most votes bas been in Just received a nice Sine of men's s. that they could not steal elections Our black dress goods mnst be seen to be appreciated, composed of fobnston, A. B . . . 237 5 90 and boys' fine Hats lor Xnas. question that he will never be Gov miles distanced may instantaneously augurated, and the Legislature wilt Dean, W, J Casslraers. Broadcloths. Mohairs, etc. A nice line ol striped and fig 2 60 So now. They said it because they had Gloves cf all kind for riding, drlv Not Whitler.Jno. T . . . . 80 not disturb this arrangement. of Kentucky is not to be doubt converse with each other. 530 ured Outing Cloths and Flanneletts, 10c per ard. complete control of the election ma. ernor Ing and street wear. .: 2 40 20 Rtato, ed. Kentucky manhood has spoken One man Ericsson from his study in withstanding that Democratic major- Richards, Jos H chinery in exerr precinct in the TOWN LOTS. Young men, ask to see onr excellent its mandate must be respected, the a secret chamber planned tho Moni- ity in the Legislature, Goebel Is pollt And yet, overwhelmed by the fury of and M V. three town lots 5 30 Monarch, line ol Clothing and handsome Over howling mob of office. Beekers to the tor and. in planning it that day revo ically dead. All Kentucky Democrat Basbam, James .one town lot tbe popular will, they charge that tbe 3 10 coats for Xmas. ire not dishonest, Fortunately for Clark, C. C one town lot 60 notwithstanding. 2 It was lutionized modern naval warfare. Calico bed Conilorta, fancy figur d covering, 75c. Republicans did steal the election. contrary themselves and the State, n very large MCHENRY PRECINCT Calico bed Comforts, fancy figured covering, jt 00 To admit bo much ia to acknowledge thought to be impossible for Goebel Eidson, by the magic hand of genius propoitlon of them have some regard Jackson, Mis. Mary one town lot 10 3 00. Extra Hoe of white bed Spreads at 6x. Better quality 75c to to get the nomination of tbe Music struck tbe key note to electricity and tfaeir inability to cope with Republicsame Maddox. Witse 3 75 lor the will of the people. Fancy Napkins, 5f, 65c, 75c and Hall Convention having only 1G7 save tbe world wonders hitherto un same Caldwell, Sandy 3 to ans and Republican intelligence and 85c per dozen. HARROOSBDBG DEMOCRAT. COOL SPRINGS PRECINCTS. instructed votes out of over 1,000. known. These are but few of the sagacity. All bleached dinner Napkins, 6$c to The people cf Frankfort were much Jackson, James A'dm'r Yet he hoodood and hood winked Capt, acbievements 01 tbe study. Its vic Sep. Taylor, dte'd J30 l 35 per drzen. 4 80 Our Shoes for ladies', gents and children are the talk ol the country. Call is like tbe and organized tbe con tories follow year by year in rapid startled and amazed last week to ob Kentucky Democracy SELECT PRECINCT. Satin table Damask, 39c, 49c, 50c and examine our new line. Ask to see onr Red Top Hoots for boys Dominated by vention throwing out enough honest succession. This vast field of study serve that all the horses on the streets Butler, G C Spanish government? 283 9 90 The lamoua Woonsocket Duck Soaglesa Rubber Boots, the bet in the and 65c were lodnlglcg in hearty guffaws ol Baize, Mrs. L. A would-b- e 10 market at $3 delegates and seating in their stead is open to every energetic youth who leaders whose 75 3 a band of Colored table Damask I5C,25C&45C. 25, laughter. A hurried invcstigatlor Nice line of plain and fancy Towcll SOUTH ROCKPORT. highest conception of their party's in- mercenaries of his type. This done, wills and determines. No heritage disclosed Good 10-- 4 Blankets 40c. Better grade 50c, 6x and 63c Good at 4 Blan the fact that tbe Hon. BUI Brown, J from 20c to t 00 per pair. 12 45 kets 75c. Better grade $1 25 up to I5.00. 97J terest and duty to same is measured be carried oway the nomination. He save vim and vigor of life admits in Goebel at that moment, with hand on by their own ideas of personal aggran failed to have the election Where he to its realms' iNo reward comes breast and eye cast heavenward, wa Basbam, SHREVB PRECINCT Jno. T 10 2 40 Within the last quarter of had the convention, failing In calcu except as the fruit of labor. dizement. 8 00 declaring to the party leaders that Dalton, W. A . . . . 190 Our assottmentof ladles' and misses a century a sufficiency of money bas lation. But the world is without a BEAVER DAM PRECINCT. with great personal reluctance be had Cloaka and Capes Is new and np to-been expended on tbe army and parallel to him iu premise-makin9 20 decided to contest the election of Gov BusklU, Jno one town lot About the Contest. date The Cloaks are in all the new UEDA PRECINCT. Onr line of skht lining is strictly np - to We have It in Brocaded shades and styles. We have Capes in navy of Spain to make ber a formid- If promise will influence legislatures Taylor not that he wanted the offic Bennett, Geo. W 2 60 Siteen and also in lancy, ranging In price from 10c to 20c per yard. 20 is sure to carry tbe Leg able foe, but tbe same, through du then Goebel Broadcloth, Pluh and Golf effects. MOUNTAIN ECHO. ah, no! but that he felt It his dot BARTLETT PRECINCT. Among other counties that Gas to obey the commands of his part) plictly of her leaders found service in is'ature at his bidding. But promises Martin, Addis 2 90 50 private enterprise, fspam continues counting for naught, his doom has Coulter, in his notice of contest, ac to ferret ont and punish the election Yates, Matilda. 166 590 to disintegrate. Enough eulogy and long since been sealed by the hand of cuses of having used tissue ballots in frauds perpetrated by the Republican1 OLATON PRECINCT. the late November election, Is Laurel against the people, etc , etc. of Kentucky Democracy have fate. praise Shnlten, Jno. J . 151 5 9 Mow, all that we have to say in regard been thrown to the four winds, if iu SULPHUR SPRINGS PRECINCT. to this matter Is that when he says 8 10 print, would weigh an elephant to Turner, Wm two town lots SMALLHOUSE, KY. Tnc people of Hartford and the that the ballots used in Laurel, Jack Mr John Drake has just completAll taxes not paid before day of sale earth and yet they have robbed the brought face to face son, Owsley, Leslie, Harlan, Casey, ed a' nice little tcsldence and moved ti 6 per cent will be added. Sheriff comold party of pride, stability and lion county are now mission. S. T. Stevens, S. O. C with the question: "Shall we patronRussell or Metcalf county, were tissue same last Wednesday. or too. tibe too is disintegrating. ize a foreign corporation or shall we ballots he lies, and when he swears Mr. W.T. Howell has moved to bis Funoral of Mrs. Wo tiding. sustain .1 home enterprise?' Shall that these counties, or any of them, farm la McLean county. We regret HIE mountain txho, answering the Cumberland Telephone Co. drive used tissue ballots, or paper thin- to give Mr. Howell and family up as Coulter's charge of tissue ballots The funeral of Mrs. Cora V. Wedout the Nicklo Plate Telephone Co. ner than the statutes contemplate they were among our best citizens. speaks clearly and in unmistakable Mrs. John Igleheart la quite ill of ding, wife of Judge R. R. Wedding owned by home capitol? It should be he sweats a He, The ballots for these terms saying: "vynen Uoulter says and a daughter ot W. W. Ezell, a Co, counties were printed at the Mountain nervous prostration. that tbo ballots used in Laurel, Jack- remembered that the Cumberland office, and we know whereof We were glad to see Mrs. Lon Igle. prominent merchant ot Bowling Green, was asked to build lines through this Echo job son, Owsley, Leslie, Harlan, Casey, we speak. Forour part we are willing heart at church Sunday alter n HI took place from the lesldence, 654 Russell or Metcalf counties were tis section and to put au exchange up in to let the contest rest upon the kind of ness ot several days. Third street, yesterday morning at Hartford. Asatisfactory answer never sue ballots he lies, and when he swears 10 o'clock. Dr. T. T. Eaton conductoapor or the manner in which the bal Master Roy Bennett Is quite ill. came. Then when it appeared that rtowo Indlotod. that these counties or any or any lots for these counties were printed We were sorry to note the absence ed tbe services. Besides her bnsband, we would have no exchange. Messrs. Whit say you, Mr Coulter? Then it of our pastor, Rev. Edgar Maddox Mm Weddtng leaves five children. 01 tnem used tissue ballots or paper The grand jury at Owensboro last thinner than the statues contemplate, Mattingly and Ford undertook the follows, that If his notice in this par Sunday. Rev. G. II. Lawrence The burial was in Cave Hill cemetery. week after Indicting Commonwealth's task to give us an exchange and con- ilcular is false. It Is false throughout Tuesday's Courier Journal. ho swears a lie. The ballots for those preached a good sermon in bis stead nection with all Important towns of More than this, we are willing to leave Tbe many friends ot the deceased Attorney J. Edwin Roe lor drunken counties were printed at tho Moun to a large congregation. ness and neglect ol duty sent up a deI wiab to notify the public that I have opened up at the county and with Owensboro. In the legality of the ballots la this coun The visitors of this community for will learn with sadness tbe news ol tain EtJio job office and we know this they have succeeded. Iu ad- ty to the board ot election cotntnis the holidays are Mr. Herman Bar her death. Mrs. Wedding lived in mand for his inpeachment before the new Grocery Store in Hartford in the Griffin block corwhereof we speak." We admire the dition to this, they have given the sioners in this county, a majority of nard and Mr. Orvlile Bennett who Hartford for several years until about Legislature. Thefollowlng Is in submanly firmness and pluck of tho Echo ner, opposite the and will carry a geueral ' stance their charge: t rate, the Cumber- whom voted for Mr. Coulter. are attending Georgetown college are one j ear ago when she removed with in the defense of what it knows to be people a "Iu tbe discharge of our duties we stock of all goods in my line, I am going to give the ber family to Louisville where they land rate haying been 25 cents, Jt is ARLINGTON DEB. visiting their parents. Mrs. Mildred true. It appears to be bad taste to have been materially assisted by all possible that an exchange rato of 50 Notwithstanding that "letter of pro E. Culloway Is also visiting her par have since made their home, Mra people some revolutionary prices on Groceries, and I ask call an elephant "a big the officers of the law with whom we cents per month will be given by the test" and the "affidavits" that were ents and other relatives here and at Wedding leaves a family of four boys have had official connection, except fbppod-car'd- , mule." It a share of their trade on a caah basis. All ray goda aro Hopkins county is not even Ceralvo, She Is attending school at and one little girl together with their ii best to denominate men and things Cumberland Co. in order to run out to follow father and many friends to mourn her the Commonwealth's Attorney, J, fresh from tho market and of tbe beat quality. our home exchange be charged with "tissue ballots" in the Utica. It should I ask "my Edwin Rowe Rowe, whom we have us they are. has just loss. A protracted meeting rejected. Such an offer would only blanket contest notices that have been friends of tbe country to remember me when In Hartford Indicted for drunkenneas and failure filed by the defeated Goebelite candi closed at Equality, conducted by The duplicity, fraud and corrup- stand until the home company was Mr. John King met with a serious to peiform the duties imposed upon and make my store their headquarters. I will treat you dates. Revs. Joshua Miller and E. W. tion of Goebelhtn is now crystalized run out then the rate would go up accident Saturday while enjoying him during the present term of this Sbugart. There were two conver right aud sell you goods at right prices. I will surely GOLDEN KRA. again. Let's stand by home. Home la the form of nu nddnss from the Christmas with tbe boys. He was court. Ills misconduct and drunken When the legislature meets, the sions and several deeply convicted. make It profitable for yon lo trade with me. AH unfortunate in holding a large fire ness have become so frequent, so fla "Bosses'' to the Democracy of Ken- first, lust and all tlie'timo. Alva Calloway visited his sis-- . Mr. people should have public meetings cracker too long. Its unexpected ex- grant and so notorious aa to bring tucky. Tim address pppears over Groceries sold in Hartford delivered freo of charge. and denounce any and all effoits ol ters, Mrs. Robert Bennett and Mrs. your the names of toe members of the What will the Brown element the Goebeliles to steal tbe state offices Fielden Bennett, of Beda, and also plosion ahatteied bis fingers badly-- , and tohonorable court into disrepute, reflect great discredit upon tbe Yours for trade, causing a very palntul wound. Democratic organization sa This do? is a question often asktd nowadays Irom the Republicans, who have won bis sister, Mrs. Tommle Bennett, administration of the criminal laws was doubtless conceived in the Prentice this week. To answer tho question properly it them honestly and fairly. within our judicial district. mind of Win. Goebel. To stimulate Mrs, Owen Hnnter andslater, Miss FADUCAII SUM. "It bas been demonstrated by the be known ot what that clehis weak and weary followers, he finds should Perfidy, disregard for oaths, politi- Lela Hunter visited their aunt, Mrs. fact that he has escaped punishment is composed. Tbe observer it necessary to put a "new song into ment cal dishonesty and partisan hatred are P. L. Wood, Ceralvo Xmas night and for his official and personal mlacon their mouths," aMhe Gei.sral on tbe readily sees in it. Men of firmness, Goebel's hope for success before the was at the Christmas tree. mediately after the sale. duct In tbe several indictments charg Mrs. Minnie Miller, wife of Dr. field of battle commands the several This December II, 1899 and no firmness at all. legislature for ability to oust Taylor ing these offences in which be bis divisions of liii army through his Those without firmness wero ROWAN HOLBROOK, from the Governor's chair. Will he Bills Miller, Sulphnr Springs, is vis succeeded In evading trial, that there whipped ing ber parents and other lelatives trusted lieutenants; Master Commissioner. v" likewise Bill la now existing a necessity lor calling luto line by tho party lash of the find enough legislators of his charac- here. ... I will on.Mnmlay, January 1, 1900, Goebel now stamllug behind the cur-laiter to give him the support he wants? the attention of tbe General Assembly goea to every part Murdock It Mr. Ed Balls is at home alter au ab Under The Sun does not believe this is pos commands his faithful lieutenants demagogue and Guebelized. vl Kentucky, which Is soon to con- at the Court House door in Hartfoid, Cure. It cures Colds. Hav rw. sence of atx weeka on a raft enroute should be slble. ju!con. Ky,, offer fir sale at public auction on er and all forms uf Catarrh. Price $1. uiul Colooelsto unite in ouo stroug the head of vene, to the confctai t to Evansville. mailed on receipt ol price; See adver. duct of tbls officer, and to urge the credit ot six. twelve and eighteen plea of ''Republican fraud and Intim. classed all those who passively held HAWnSVILLIt PLAINOBALBR. tlsement. Miss Burrs, Rochester, is visiting tl oaikmJmt. everal Reprerentatlves In thct body rnonths the following tracts of land Idation." Notices ot contest have been eerved True . to thnt command the interest of the State above party Mpbdock Cvag Co , Atlanta, Oa. her aunt, Mrs J ike Condlt. She n,J belonging to the eatate of tbe late from tblh Judicial district to take m- h interest, but when threatened with on Gov. Taylor and Lieut. Gov. Mareery,oue hrssacrificed himself. will remain three weeks. steps as will brig him belore that body JudK John C. Townsand, lying In political ostracism or boycot In busi- shall by Goebel. This Is like rervlng Farm for Sale. Mr. and Mrs. P L Wood, Ceralvo, avenincay. oanawer same, ami to be dealt rc. The chief causa which makes the ness took as au excuse to return or a notice on a fellow to work a road, vlsite Mr. Wood's sister, Miss MagI First tract containing 92 acres all cording to law. Goebelits desperate Is kuowledge of "hang on," what some Individual that don't have his washing done in Well Improved and well watered. gie Hunt r. XX wooda land and located near Bells the fact that their course has been one or paper said of Goebel or tbe ticket, tbe precinct. This will be followed Apply to R. B. Martin, Hartford, Ky. Run church and kn wn aa the Ham O. A. R. Mooting. the most villainous and corrupt In such no confidence can repose. by an open address to tbe people in a mona land. As a cure for rheumatism ChamberHow's Thla? few days who will wish when they known tu modern politics; that au iiieir course depends upou toe way Mam v We olTsr One Hundred Dollara Relain's P.iln Hilru is gaining a wide Preston Morion Post N'l 4 vrllll Second tract ointalng 150 acres lys outraged people will endure such the wind blows strongest. But the read it, that It had been a abut one. O B Johnston ot Rich ward reputation Install their officers on Saturday Jan. lng two miles east or Hartford, about not befir any cwcot Catarrh tba.1 can monil, (nd., has been troubled with CLOUR DEMOCRAT. cured bv lull's Catsrrh Cure. conspirators no more; that their firm who stood faithfully with Taylor uaryfitb, 1900. Rvery romrHdei- ex fifty acres cleared and bilance well th it ailment since" 1862 In speaking F J CiiKNBV&Co.,Prop'r, Goebel still pursues bis idea that bridges are burned behind them and and Brown, supporting free govern peeled to be present. The old com timbered this tract of land has at least of it he says: "I uever found any Toledo, Ohio. be decld me tuiure lor tnem made barren un- ment and the best interest of the elections la Kentucky are-tthing that would relieve me until I Ve, the undersigned have known radea In town will prepare' a lunch on fjt.ooo wottb of timber on it besides a Hill, of Marshall. Midi P. J, Cheney for the last isyeara. and ion they cau steal the government State may always be relied upon rd by some crooked political scheme used Chamberlain's Paiu flilm. I writes C tbla occasion for the visitors to hive fine stone quarry and coal In ahuu beltVve hliu perfectly honorable In all from the Republicans and patch up where the Interest ol the bosses con- instead of by votes. Such a creature acts like magic with me. My foot "a living proof of the efficacy of the old time 'possum, raked leans dance. business transactions and financially In the Governor's mansion would was swollen and p lining me very iiwit v.utt. 1 iuvc the weak places in that infamy of in- flict with tbo interest of tbe Slate. much, but one good application of Third tract lyl tg In one tWf mile of able tocrry out any obligations, mad 20 years from heart trouble, and bacon, cracklln bread, bet coffee, famies the Goebel Electlou Law. It Many of that class are now in full cuise tbe State beyond alt precedent. run uaim ed me For sale by and became so bid I could not lie etc. Pordsvllle on (be O V. 8cG R R by tbelr firm. llUHKKSVILLB 1IHHALU Z Wayne Griffin & Bro. West & in is a fact known to them that with the fellowship Iu tho Republican down to sleep. Fhysidans failed to Onk of tub CorFpj Coolers. party. containing 150 acres, this Und la un Toledo.O Trnax.WhodesaleDrnggf.it, Among the charges of fraud filed by Walding.Rlnnan&Marrin, passing of their clan, party perfidy And ol such men of action and conhelp me, and 1 was advised to try derlald with coal and la well adapted Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. The members of West Providence DnMlles' Heart Cure, which benefited' and dishonor, tho Republican party viction the Republican party it com- Coulter in his contest against Auditor Mails dtnrrbCure ia taken Internal, Hyler'a Dyspepsia Tablets pleasant, to agriculture. we note tint of tissue bal Baptist church surprised the pistor, m from the first I continued using will rule Kentucky for many yean pos d. Fur any man to say that the Sweeney, ly.actlng easy to take, and give parmantnt reFourth tract containing eighty acrea mucous directly upon the blood and lots In Cumberland county This Rev. Jones, of Draksboro, with a It and now am In perfect health.'' lict, jo daya treatment, ft. Malted surfaces of the sjstem. Price Hence their desperation. Men like Brown Dew crat was not honest and charge simply takes the cake, and we Christmas present consisting of a on receipt of price tf and lying near Mgin, thli tract is 7Sc per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Goebel mid Blackburn have nothing sincere in his conviction Is to make of well timbered and ia a first class larm, TtKilrnnnlals free can see no other grounds for it than wagon load or two of everything that MuftDOCK Cuttit Co , Atlanta, O. to lose (all being losi) and uny gain hlmscll a fool, the subject of ridicule iUII's Family Pills are the best. that oil, or very ne.tr all, of tbe voters ia good to eat This unique surprise Also a house and lot in the town of which they may make through fraud They were strong upright, honorablo, of Is soil by all drntit on guruUs this county are Republicans and lsahappynianlfehtntinnnfthecbnrch'a The latest novelty Is tbe Magnify Hartford, rnntaHng one and one half Dnr't forvet to have vonr Lunhitrv nrtt botUe benefits or inoncy back, or othewiae will fiud tin in eager- honest, sla' wart business rueu of grctt thrj)bbf printing the ballots was not love and confilence ing Photograph Frame, now at Scbrce acie. Purcuattr will t rtq itrtd toi for Lyman Willlcms. Telephone, No, liook 00 htart sad Btnrc Knt fit, in their pastor. ly and anxiously awaiting. pers jual worth and high character. Br. tmn MMcal Company, CHdtart Ind, let's Floating Studio. Co. given the Courier-JournCall and see It. give bond with approved security lm-- ji give freely ye receive," 'Freely aud 46. Ittult frldoLyt ty tht Haitard Pub. FON and LON nOOERS - - Editors erlpliemo..2ualxxos Cffteo, 33 1 1 Nevkii yet lias lato decreed that intelligent, ambitious youth should Co Jnttrpotattd bow to poverty and ignorance. VICTORIES OF THE STUDY. Sheriffs Sato for Taxes. If a ntedat were awarded for the tern- Dy vlitne of taxes due the State of most penect perance medicine Kentucky and county of Ohio for the year 1899 I will offer lor sale at the NQH llv UK It would Ky., fA Court House door in Hartford, avV imjT AY4 aH VtfHIWriEV given to Doctor on Monday, Jan. I, 1900, the following named lands, vix: Snle will bePierce's Golden i. gin at one o'cti ck p. ra DiscovMedical yfrr IM(J qfrffqiCTfrff What we Say we do, we do .k OPIUMl : . .... WE SAY WE DO up-tO'dat- THIS! -- iq J" W medical cojvy aJ We sell the beat goods can find at the lowest prices wc can afford; no i'rasii at any price. Our stock equal to Below wo givo.a 35 better than many. All new aud few prices: ... .... Ladies' Furnishings. Men's Furnishing Goods. Ntw-standi- iit .... ..... ... Upholstery Department. s 1" ... .... Colored Dress Goods. Cre-pon- .... Comforts. Linens. Shoes and Blankets. Capt-Bton- ... .... ... ... Cloaks. g, Skirt Lining. ... We respectfully invite you to call and exemine our goods before purchasing elsewhere, and wo are suke of pleasing you. The politest attention will bo given to all. We are anxious to show you our stock, and will make your visit profitable. W4rfc ri&WH.poat-offic- e, R,T,C0LUNS,HARTF0RD HARTFORD'S NEW GROCERY. ten-cen- A long-nose- club-foote- " am Halo B. B. COLLINS. A Big Land Sale. 1 n Ca-ta- nh ....... "iy. - 1 -- 'f wmK5wi a w..,w wi-itr- ed e Hmmrf Gurm DR. MILES' ""i"!'1 J4S! 'wmmms;mmmm "The testis F1IH & GO.. THE , FA i 'A H seated. It may wear SxrtxpxriEt. past year has been our best. Wo expect no Appetite. Used Hood'stuork gxlned strength And cxn xh hud ,by FAIR PEALING, COURTEOUS dsi tAt helpedAnd sleep to whom itself out in time, but becAtist my husbxnd strength." TREATMENT to all, LOWEST PRICES, gAveLib, Minn. Mrs. E. J. Gifels, it is more liable to I produce la .grippe, BIGGEST and BEST SELECTED dWcdX SaUakmli pneumonia or a seri STOCK, to make 1900 tho banner year of ous throat affection. earellrarllU like our .business. Thanking you again for nlf You need something I youi4 kindness in the past, we wish all of that will give you Wccan furnish you with anything you- a happy and properous New Year. strength and build you want In the way of Sewing Ma heArtSy H Witli hearts full of gratitude, wish to express to their customers their MANY TEfANKS for their liberal patronage during the year 1899. In many respects the I i the Cheapest ft teachei Experience good clothes wear longest, goodfood gives best nutrition, and a good medicine that care's disease is naturalh the You have used all best and cheapest. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the best medi- I sorts of cough reme-- 1 cine money con bay, because it cures when all others fail. I dies but it does not poor hetlth foe Poor Health-- "u yield; it is too deep yeAts, pjitni tn shoulders, itch And kips, vAth coruUnt hexdxche, nen.xxjsntis.tnd weU. took that Thai Cough Hangs on It U Moose rieed'a 1111a aad eatharUe to lake with iTSSit SaMaparlluy . - chine supplies. Office. Call at the Singer up the body. Constantly on Han i. ' Messrs. M. II., Collins, Kersee.Ry., line oi Rugi, Big line of Haudkerchiefa, Beautiful line of. Tics, Towels, Napkins, Table Lanous, Mufflers, Comforts', Blankets, Mens and Ladies' house Slipper, Wool Mittens, did Glove. Everything that is useful you can find " . 7 jn onr slore. I'rttly andW. lit 'Collins, Florence, Ala., are spending the holidays with their mother, Mrs. J. F. Collins. Use only Singer Sewing Machine you will never gum your machine. Call at the Singer Office for It. Gross Wiluaus, Agent. SCOTT'S EMULSION f will do this when everything else tails. There is no doubt about If. It nourishes, strengthens, builds up and makes the body strong and healthy, not only to throw oil this hard cough, but to fortify the system against further attacks. If you are run down or emaciated you should, certainly take this nourishing food medicine. Coc'.nd f i.do. .11 drug!ft. SCOTT a DOVCNE, CkimUu, tiiv York. loftier motive. J. II. Duff thought that possibly, II the pupils could be Induced to attend tchool a day 01 two they would become tnteiestid nnd would rem tin in school without ing .forced to do so by the ttrong arm 01 the law, Carl Soper favored Compul sory attendance because tb'e 'pupil should get the btntfit of tlic money spent for his education. Dr. D. II ' Git sey Insisted .that the teachers should go out into the di&Uict and do a little missionary work by urging the parents to fcend their children reg ulurly. Prjf. 'Shultz closed the discussion of the subject. He favored cleanliness of person as an essential to the proper education of the child whether it be brought about by compulsion or b the voluntary acts of the child. Miss I.lyrtlc Shi eve then ttcited "The Murd rrr" which was well re ceived by the audience, The report ol the committee ap pointed at the Ihfit nutting oi the as. soclatton to draft tultatle resolutions relative to th rirath uf'oui Iriend and turiuer . ... iitr I. L....Elmore wits re. ceiveu ana in cornrumte aiscnxrgea ..Prof. Shultz then urged the at ten dance ot our teachers at tne State at Louisville Teachers "Christmas wc-kalter which tbebody adjourned to meet at Hartlord, Jan, joth, 1900. Fori Rooers, Ch'm'n. U. C. BARNRTTSec'y. 1 co-la- "sjgHir Wttimmuugsifnn 72 Vorsua t G7. Si PILH? ..).'' in tna uaoHV Then probably ,thd In tho Ohca't? 1 had almost been B'gi,ed by the argl ol disappointment, hope nnd n catne to the heait ol Mis , Then nrobjlilv tho lu'ntrs. Lzi Smith and the gave her heart &1 and hand to Mr. Thomas J. Keown In In tho Joints? Then probably rhcumalis:n.,j imarilape. Mr k'n. u u r ...... u, ......,, .n ..i.iiv, .1 No matter where it U, nor wJialUair ciicutn&tauces, living near Horse ....., ,, ..vv. ii,Ui.iiuiuuSi;i:iuioui unu nas uten tuairied once 11 may do nn nour, n uay, m. ,. 1. lo iesteiav. year old mo" yield to ,l6aml, his h,i,v ... .. ...! kldnoys, juvi-nescen- su ,.- -or.a.-jprgvjou- it YiHiiTfuy alter n long j uinryon thel.iilpy nnd plncil mm ol dng'e b'Mmlnus, when llie decree Me 1 1 Thousands Have Kidney Trouble and Don't Know it. ITow To rind Oat. " U&m elHawB f?1 h&iilmL y j Horje-iBranc- h gafdvldUlvered at routcto'TTSmord Wednesday nnd wa Beaver Dam en ktlTTK IH V ' 5 The weather's be disagreeable the ft V)-- f Jf tlWi. tV IhUiSrI1 iftsLO PA T WxfikS . J Nllilk n1 ' K.1J irwia fi f va M wv ur Iri Vm ri J f. VI ,iIIUUl w agtd groqruaaecliged trantputtatlon ' wine or beer, and overcomes that un0I.JM n DCVCriiiydlUMJDM iPicld & Sen's n"sity of being compelled to ro often excelVnl nmnfhiTflf'fmrJ found the way BU"nB n nigni. The mild TO "?" i ifix2&fHp:, to the counlyTclpitol , through a elfect of Swamp.Root Is realized. It stands the hlohe in. it. . process of n Bvmlle'ajiyalki WHHW1K, Fill a battle or common glass with your water and let It stand twenty-fou- r hours, a sediment or set tling Indicates an unhealthy condition of the Kidneys; If It stains your linen It Is evidence of kidney trouble, too frequent desire to pass It or pain In ths back is alsa proof that tho kidneys and bladconvincing der are out of order. What to So. There Is comfort In tha knowledge so often expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo-t, tho great kidney remedy fulfills every wish In curing rheumatism, piln In the back, kidnevs. liver. tiiarM.,- - ,nj -- .. .... "t the urinary passage. It corrects Inability ' ' dine P'n In passing ? "" ?,wa,e,r, a"1 " ,.. ImmodbUly after tpplylnj It Joa feel its ootlilcg,nrniiag, strengthening power. It qniets congestion; draws out Inflammation. y It is n new plaster. A new combination of setr remedies. Mads after new methods. Entlnly nnlika any dll and other plaster. 1 Dodson-Bonnet- t. r T , CAPES, JACKETS and OVERCOATS. '- . Fifty new Stylish Jackets, latest shades, Taffeta lined, worth - --.- y$12:60, now 57.48. 11 Uses owM-oa- Note the tag on your paper and If your time has expired send as a check for the amount due and Tub Repub lican will be delighted by your kind' ness. , .:-- Jackets, all shades. . '. ; - u"- fcii 'Another shipment of (3.60 Capes, will go t $1;03. Men's alNwool Beaver Overcoats, cheap" at 19.60, our 'jprjee, '.".'. 85.00, .. 'Twelve more of those finest grata Beaver .Overcoats, wrUi -- v Very latest... Oar price . V ,;' .' . - need any Enlarging done in the Portrait line, remember $3.00, in advance, pays for the best 16x20 Por trait that money can buy, In a nice frame. Work guaranteed at Schrceter's Floating Studio. Telephone, No. 13. If you ' Mr, Gilbert Dodson and MUs Bennett were united in marriage at the C P. Church, Beda, Ky., Sunday, December 24th, Rev. G. J. Beau officiating. A large number 9I Iriends dl the contrasting party were present to witness the happy event to extend good wishes for uselut and happ7 life. Ber-nlc- J 110.00, now 18.60. Boyjs Overcoats with cape Boy's Beaver Overcoats 3;00 and $3 50. i- - , . .. A look U ask. Then a sale is made. Visit the store that keeps the biggest stock at low LIVING PEICES. The place is: at any of these lines is all we The Singer Manufacturing Co. has opened up a branch office In the build' fng formerly occupied by Thos. Duke and will keep full supply of their celebrated machines on band, also needles, oil and all kinds of sewing machine supplies. Gross Williams, Agent. Mr, John Miller, of near Rosine, has a very severe attack of pneumonia. Mr. Miller ws very much exposed while on a trip to Owensboro with to bacco last week. . lie contracted dee cold resulting in pneumonia. Miss Agnes Hcc'ker, Taylor Miner was tried In Judge Miller's court last Saturday and was adjudgft Sheriff Stevens and son, Master, Cecil conveyed her to the ' HopklnsvllK Asylum Sunday. Mr. Hiram Powers, of Nairows,wh has been very ill of pneumonia' i "thought to be improving. Mr. Powers Is a good business man and an ex client citizen and the news of his im oroved condition will be gladly received by all who know him. fvHrtutqs Of the Ohio County Teachers' Association held at Narrows, December, 16th, 1899: The Ohio County Teachers' Assot elation met at Narrows, Ky., Dec. 16, Mr. Jna. W. Miles, of Trlsler, died at his borne Monday of pneumonia fever. On the tenth day day of his illness the physical man succumbed to. the retentless. pangs of that disease and-il- s soni winged its way to the land of the blessed. Mr, Milles was - fifty eight years ot age and one of the, county's best and most reliable men. w Fi A CD., THE FI DEALERS. imiSHHHM J&GENCY FOfc. --ft- IRON CLAD JDAY'5Rubber Boots and Strictly Guaranteed, n Marriages. Mr, Leonard Morris, Miss Florence Morris, nf marriage, Dec. 2d. FAIR & GO. Renfrow, ti Renfrow, dot, e First-Clas- s Singer Sewing Machine Office. Floating Studio ia now at Hartford Beaver Dam. Livery Stable, Field's 'bus meets all trains at Mr. Henry Field was in Louisville first of the week. For fine Photo Buttons, call at the Floating Studio. Telephone, Ha 13 was In FordsvUc first of the week "a piospective." Mr, A. C Taylor Dr. Wynser Wanlner, Chicago, is visiting his sitter, Mrs. J). E. Thom- EI1CTH 8 WOT, firat-ol&- as, Mrs. .. ' Karl Collins and children, Hartford, Ky. (Ajriong tlio many ss Olennvllb, are visiting her mother, Mrs. Lucy Klein. 0- (T" .up-to-d- ate Mr. A. D. Riley, cashier of the tables in the Groen River Couutry, Llvermore Bank called to see us while none are better equipped than Koown In town Christmas. & Martin, of Hartford. It is run by Prof. E. Woodward, ol McHenry, young men, who are energetic, and was a very pleasant caller at Tub Hit . publican office Xmas. In every particular. - livery Buggies and Wagons on sale at all times. Farming Implements in, Profs. Morton and Shultc left Tuts-- , day for Louisville to attend the State Teachers' Association, Miss Francis. McDonald;' Valeeae, Ind.,-lthe guest of Mr. J. B. Dodson and family during the holidays. a season. Celebrated Birdsell Wagons- a specialty. - secure best attention. Miss Nell Austin, Beaver Dam, is visiting her sisters, Mrs. Wayne Best of feed and your stock will Griffin and Miss Sadie Austin. Give them a call. 9, Mr. R. T. Wedding, Rockport, ia In attendance at the State Teacher's Association this week In Louisville Quite a number ol Ohio county teachers are In attendance at the State Teacbcra' Association In- Louisville. - v 'J Tho Losa-o- f Cold Is Groat! the TnOY Miss Minnie Mclntlre and Miss DAYTON, OHIO, your Shirts, Collars and Guffs will always look noat Dessle Duke are spending JCmM with The loss of health, is more." Heatth and oloan. Laundry called for and relatives and friends near Sulphur is lost by neglecting to keep the blood delivered. pure, Due Kis regained Dy puriyine, Springs, Lyman Williams, Agt. Mr John II, Dimes, the popular enriching and vitalizing- the blood with the greatibealth restorer,' HnoJ'S P. S. Leave your Laundry at cashier of the Benve Dam Bank, Sarsaparilla. Thousands-whthought the Singer Office. Telephone made the Hbpuducan a pleasant call health had been permanently lost Nos. 82 and 40. yesterday. havebera made perfectly well by takMrs, Cicero (Babe) Magan, Sulphur ing this great medicine; Your ex Springs, has a very severe attsck of perlence may be lbs same. pneumonia, the disease having invest Hood's Pills are gentle, ct iliya ' Col, C. M. Barnett and family ol Louisville, are' visiting relatives In and near Harttord during the holiIf you will send your Laundry to days. STEAM LAUNDRY, LOOK! Mr G. A Marlon, Narrows, to Wllley, Render, date of mar rlage, Dec. 6tb. Mr J. C Hunt, Aberdeen, Butlet county, to Miss Ada Bennett, Fords ville, date of marriage, Dec 5th. Kir. E. D. Maddox; Rockport. Lllle Barnard, Smallhouse, date' of marriage, Dec 6th. Mr. Lonnle Stum, Prentls, to Miss Mary Shultz, Prentls, date ol marriage, Dec. 10th. Mr. Thos. B. Casebler, Mnhlenburg coanty, to Miss Georgie M. Benton, Echols, date of marriage, Dec, 12th. Mr. R. L. Brown, Rockport, to Miss' Jessie Brown, Rockport, date of marriage, Dec. 14th, Mr. Thomaa II. Chlnn, Beaver Dam, to Miss Ada, E.. Porter, Hartford, date of marriage, Dec. 17th. . Mr. Herbert C. Ward, Beda.to Miss' Mray E. God, Centertown, dato.ol marriage, Dec. 20th. Mr. James Bartlett, Bnford, to Mis Laura Allen; Buford, date of marriage, ?' Dec 18th. Mr. J, B. Boon, Fordavllle, to Mian Com Magan, Fordsvllle, date of marriage, Dec. 20th. Mr. F, M. Goodman, Flint Springs, to Miss Oma Smith, Flint Springs, date ol marriage, Dec. 26th' Mr, W. M. Benson, Bevler, Muhlen- burg county, to MlssZua Davis, Taylor Mines, date of marriairc. Dec. s6tb, Mr. John II. Render, McHenry, to Miss Ollle M. Render. McHenry, dat . of marriage, Dec. 27th. Robert E. Calloway. McHenry to Miss Leslie M. Robert-ioMcHenry, date ol marriage, Djc 27th. cd both lungs, effective. He .leaves a wif; three sons and one daughter. In his death his wife sus tains the loss of a faithful and devoted 1899. husband, their children a kind and The house was called to order' by indulgent father, the community a Supti Rogers after which devotional liberal neighbor and friend. exercises were conducted by Prof. N T. Groves. Supt. Rogers then stated the object of the meeting and that the election of a secretary was the next thing In order. U. C. Barnett was chosen to that position. The subject of primary grades in reading being the fire t on the program was opened by N. B. White. He said that primary reading is very essential because that branch is the foundation for further advancement In education.' lie thinks the primary grades should receive more attention than the more advanced grades on that subject t'he discussion of thesuoject was con eluded by short talks by Prof. Groves and others. The association was then favored with a recitation, "The Miser" by Try LION COFFEE nnd you will never use Miss Irene Wbittinghill, after which I Accept no any other. It Is absolutely pure the body adjourned for dinner. on LION COFFEE, in 1 lb. pkgs. Coffee and nothing- - but Coffee. The subject toradvanced Reading be thing on the program I6r ing the firtt the alternoon it was discussed b Dr. Genuine RobySetllng Fancy Qold Ring. TJiese articles mailed FREE Gold Ring. Z II Shultz. He said that Reading Ports lion exchange for lion heads cut from Per 2S lien and Literature are intimately con hud hcedj and and a nected: That he has his classes to lb. front COFFEE pkgs. discuss the lives of the authors of the stamp. stamp. selections read, their chief production's' Plate, having the exact These rings are genuine Silk Umbrella (either Lady's or Gents). ppearmnce ana quamies oi soim soiu, ruu guniutcu &c. Morton Holbrook followed with the makers to last two rears wltU onlluarr usage. New a few remarks. He said that most ot patterus and very popular, Sent by espress I Cnae-i(i0H(cnarre pre our knowledge of reading is obtained Mill), for 170 I I Don heads and. TO DETERMINE TI1E EIZE- In the public schools; that that subject stamp-Is an object of neglect In the more ad' Cutaatrlpof thick poperio that the endi will exactly meet when drawn tightly around lecood A very fine umbrella, made of union i vanced schools of our country. He Anger. this diagram frame with seven ribs; iteel rod and silver FLAVOBJ Joint of0,thoaud order Lay one end onthe other end sTREWGTHy PURITY AND tne Dumber at the insisted that the teacher should thorOoofo handle, Would cost HOO at the store. Indicates. oughly acquaint himself with the selection to be recited that he may be DresS'PIn Set. Art Picture, " Easter Knickerbocker" Watch. I Pair of Lace Handkerchiefs. better prepared to Impart it. J, C rtalled tree lr IS Given for I7S Hon Two extra One Oreetliu:" lien beads and heads and a cambrlo handHohelmer followed by saying that he stamp. Three Given fr S sump. Neat appearkerchiefs. Kith pins In the et (Isnrer lloa head', ing and an requires the pupils to study the lives beautiful lm d treat Uan f than shown), Solid n ol flue nlckel-- liver case. Willi ot the authors of the selections to be lae I user with handsome 2 eut and awrrcis ornamental back. tlons In the cor. read. Prof. Groves insisted that we stamp. Nickel movements, ners. Half inch Suitable (or cenanemant fullr hem, machine highly A , should study the figures of speech In IcwelM. The famous artlatlo td ' e. hemstltchcdi or as a kerbocker" stylish and durthat will r co our reading lessons. Dr. D II God child's set. watch. able. A pair ol inennestc. w. us fha h.ndb.ra sey said that he encouraged the read backgrourd of chiefs given for IS Hon heads cut from Snsh-Bc- lt and Buckle. Ladles' Watch Chain. ing habit. Short talks were then of Hon Colics wrappers and a 2c stamp. royainark .ie an cord, united furnishes A double strand of best silk fered by Carl Soper, I. A. Sanback apprupil to at Intervals with colored beads t neat and contrast . iths substantlil. Per IS lion heads and and O, V. Wilson, The discussion of Mention voar Children's Picture Book. little girl nd stamp. her white E. it the subject was closed by Prof. Shultz wbea Mudlog-er lines, h jc, Olven lor 10 lien dent's lliMluctwi. who Insisted on Inculcating the reads beads and a w rorioiloa hcaiti Watch. stamp,ges eiiteea Ing tfablt by encouraging supplemen and S Hi large of slawill lead It u. njd ready for banging. rtalled free lor 0 ther Oooco Melodies tary work. lion hcade and a Illustrated aud with lamp. The nicely lithographed Flower Picture. J. C. Hohelmer opened the discusscelebrated " Mailed free for IS lion heads cut from cover. We have w.itcli stamp. Lion Ceffee wrappers and a different bnoki, so ion of the subject of Civics. He teaches and Latest style ot Imported black 8wUs(ro-emlyou can get au asdura blenlckel-plateribbon belLlnff. ntvllih Imlt&Uon It in primary grades. Prof. I, B. Tay sortment. case, each oildlted silver buckle ueat, strong and watch accompanfasbiouable. lor said that a knowledge of Civics ied by guarantee of ihe maker. was essential to a good citizenship Silver Napkln-Rtng- -. Century Cook-BooMiss Dona WesteiGeld teaches the Por 15 Hon heads and a stamp. Neat and subject by beginning at the governLadles' Pocket-Bootladeofdur-abl- e sulvtanUal, SM pages of valu-Por 8 lion heads and a 2c stamp. metal, heavily silver, large site and ment of the Magisterial District and American Ileautv Kntea ind Lillrtof. aoie coosiog replated Two different latwtihape. Black Size, ItxSl Inches, llrlght ceipts, also treatlae Governcontinuing to the Nttional patterns. seal grain leather, on the labor of the and artlsuo coloring. with Avo separate kitchen, ment. She was followed by V, dlvlalon,lncludlng e. a tuck pocket wlm The Dancing Leson."a room, and remedies and W. D Park the latter ot Bap to hold visiting Por IS lion heads and for the more com- hi cards tecure. !. f? stamp. Color, Mnn illuiMM whom suggested thnt the teacher lion Olven for 25 dark bmwn. Hade oi Olven lor IS lion heads from Lion one Sid leather; chamslum Id encourage the observance of beads and Coffee wrapper ois lining i atamp. lake led XI government, Pro! and a 2c. stamp. Gloves deself frame, with strong nned Civil Government as being op Table Cover. After poslte to Military Government f. Ladles' Durable, Boys' Pocket-Knif- e. dark teach numerous remarks by dificrent Per IS lion heads cut from colored Lion Coffee wrappers and a 2c The "Easy. material era the discussion oi the subject was stamp. Large lie good Opener"! that will strong, sharp handles nloelr decorated Itaiul closed. blade and assorted colors. The greon grass and trees, the little washing. brown kitten and the girl's snow whit Mr. Arthur P, Miles then entertain Inch. handle. dress form a pleasing cotnaluatlon of col ora. Site. 13 x 11 Incnes. flailed Irse ler ed the assoclatioi by a recitation Includina fancy frlngot border Mailed For II Hon brads and a 2c stamp. stamp. S lien heads and a free lor 23 lloalitads and a 2c stamp. entitled "Socrsts Snooks " A reylew ot Evangelene was then ' TIID AB0VI3 ARO ONLV A FEW OP Tim LION COFPCn PQBMiUMS. Another list wlU read by U. C. Barnett. shortly appear la this paper I Don't miss It I The grandest list ol premiums ever ottered I Wlu writing tW pmnluni MtiJ your l(tr In tb mm ovUao w Is It deslra Compulsory Educator, , WIIQ D UeHI Rf 4VU HV HVtM II mOTf instil I (W fMICsUff I.Uf was dlocusscd by Prof Groves mvi pottsir by trltsTinlag dwa th uMargin. m Aik your grocr for terg LION COITCD by the wrsrper. It Is a sealed pack. You always know turn tciicr luiuuiiwa pfmmin uu Avarv age, with the Uen'a bead lo front. It Is absolutely purs II the pocksge He said that there must be some other UON COPrEU Is roasted the day It kavea the factory. Is unbroken. WOOLSOM SHOE OO., ToSaOm, Oi mode than compulsion to obtain Kt tendance at rchoolj that the pilp' llbust be influenced to attend by u Mr. A. W. Bennett, Smallhouse, XZmtmi'? kZ who Is attending school at George nstuea and vomiting; over the town. Kv.. came heme to visit his 1'lsc il Court will convene Monday. bowels, it controls cramps and colic parents during the holidays. He was Quite a large crowSSwlfl townPlaced over the small of the back, it removes all congestion from the In ton n yesterday and made the Re- - on thi first day ofah'e first month of ' moneys ana gr tally strengthens publican a visit. Mr. Herman Bar- - the lat-- year ol the lothjcentnry. weakness. Ife1! nard,wbo is also attendlngschcolwith For sale br a'l Dniffelsu. J. C. Aycr C Lowell, Mass. Mr. Bennetti is with his parents "Tnko time by the forelock." if during the holidays. your Mood is out ol orderHiegln taking Hood's Sarsaparilla at once end prevt 1 1 serious Illness. The Masonic Lodge No, 675 elected Teachers, remember that the third the following officers at a meeting Mr. W. W. Austin an aged citizen Saturday fn January is the date for heUJ tor that purpose December 27th: living near town died cf pneumonia our next association. Begin now to Master, R. Holbrook; Sr. Warden, Tuesday. Mr. Austin was one oi the prepare and fail not to come. Every Henry Weiusheimer; Jr. Warden, Dr. oldest citizens of the community. Age meeting yet held has been very erjoy- - e,w. Ford; Secretary, J. T. Moore; and its attending pVtfsical weakness able, but the next Is expected to be Treasurer. J. C. Riley; Chaplin, G made him nn easy prey of the dread the best yet held. The lif- - of the as, jj. Bean; Sr. Deacon, E. Crabtree: Ir. disease. Within the past year the sociatlon is made up ol the interest of rjeacon, C. R.Campbell; Tyler, wife of the deceased passed from the teacher. Answer by your pres j jamcs Sullenger; Stewart, Dr. E. B. among the living. His remains were ence the question, are you Interested? .peddleton, J. H. Patton. laid to rest in Oik wocd cemetery. be--I- The Triumph of Modem Medical Science. The Perfected Product of rears of Tatlent Toll. Placed ortr the It Is a powerful aid to Ayer's Cherry rectors! Ia the treatment of all throat and long affections. Placed over the stomach, it stops The county clerkbefng,a3r'eiyhap'. If you need a medicine you should have the best. Sold by druggists In 50e. and$l sues. py iu'd gtninl ginUunanff prtteDttd You may have a sample bottle of thla the aged grum his 'Vpspeis'grolls, wonaeriui discovery stating that a man eugaged ln'fncl?'a and.. a book t. that tells . i. !iW noble calling at such an'advanced age', absolutely free bymalliiaai should not have to pay for license,' address Dr. Kilmer U nom. ot Bwmp to. this kind act of clerk was abundantly thankeHfbvjThefjat'y s groom to be and now the two' hearts, SSSSSS beat as one. Ifi f5- - 7 r. comes to V. A young. man, Allen by name, was Thus encouragement those who have grown despondent In accidentally shot In the foot, at Nar- the hope of the future. So long as rows. Saturday .sustaining a painful I wound. .Th'lSii'lvremalns In the there is life there should be hope. loot. Thei5S2S?nt-lSSS:,rrwhlle a .nii'-Tr..i . v.. derful cures of the most distressing cases. bfcS$M& T,!!." -- cht nuraberboywerecarelessly ling an oldjDlstol.f.il ?T e hand-- , mrftmTi'i"'ft:, ' '; COFFEE Best Coffee for the Money rolled-colH I I I I I I I I I lacome-alllo- ' Used ia Millions of Homes! substitute Insist la of i HON I 117 Pl4u a rom-poi- ct rolled-gol- f ruby-colore- d vaut-plns- neck-pin- s . fias m Inger-nil- " item-se- ti 1 k. k. Coin-Purs- - 11 Boer Pen-Knl- i rjjte-tBMW- E52EE2en : y: 1 IMPORTANT NOTICE, tSTW JTOM 1jGP' South African station, as the "Ter RESOLUTIONS rlble" does not Include any guns ol that caliber in her batteries. FRIDAY, DISCHMBHR OrentMt As the. methods of mounting guns Upon tho Doath of Two of Ohio TheCvurr OnoeBpecUlIit vf the TltneOlrM Ills lroiiul Attention. County's Moot Honorod on shipboard and for use In the Celd M i dfrcieri hnroarrUlt.nambr and Roopootod Cltlzons. rtuicJKwhicti iti.ao.a ' . entirely different, it was necessa Hal!iaw&y' wiiicbjrwuBi t u imiif. HaUj.a-'TAiii.B-nK- An n. are to mothod. looai. timi: r.emou. JhUw nrt Dr. .Ufrraryw.tb...miiiJiotfreful.T ry hastilyllmproVise tome form of uifnorri naq uj tuei Bourn notiNn field n'ountlng for the navy guns At a meeting of the bar and the iMwUioDpttUesjlMMdmiv NnitTii noimii. a.lun dtiftrtnlutMl. Thui "" members of the court and officers ol p. m. M iff jrrjM litrTHtiHl tvpar I'or Ohio County, held at the Court Houie iiat-s- tat Hoi ft in. momciiir ire it p. ni. whleh would serve the purpose p. m. aoj-ai- 3i ui.i.Utorrii which lira the gun, which nndsr i"c.Hf Ur lli.nin.t) a. S- - 'Vava&Catat, JLeaat. t 344!apounper Capt. Scott, weigh In Hartford, Ky., on Saturday, Detrooil pounds, of the cember t6lh, 1809, tiinrrvifltnaf reach CAP). J P. Randerlnr , aSottrrjpef" lliritToctd ) a iurtl ul ruineattjltttb 'iTerrlble," ued pilr ol heavy was chosen chairman and Sam. A o nirtnor, conwqueyt ha wagon wheels and a stout block of f r jIjtihh i to cbmilJwar S, S, S, Is a Great Blessing to Law-rontn troafoi la lio Oponlng of tho Now St. Thereupon the Anrferon. Secretary dT'n for Mini complaint. timber, serving aa a trail. The linUianar liaapfttl'il Canal Looks. chftfrman appointed a committer nn hifi ikvUI the 'IlrIn tho trout mriMnf dl- yoke which carries the trntiulona of vnf(l lift It Gives Them t Old .Rsolntlons, composed of the following a lit a fpcial D.nDr ot keep- By ""f1"' DUt it ii wholly unnecessary. vtajla.1 out veart arovtliitaln ofhllown a trit-An event which wilt be of great 1m the gun was bolted securely to the members! I fl Glenn, Jno B W an4 rj,,i,ltal rraeuca anil Im, m pure their can fortify themsclrca u.... ni..J and ILife, jnfovej portatcin the development and ex limber, which waa itself last'ened to son and Ben T) Rlngo, who reported tvtry uaio during ,,(, iilanr(HlurnincooUDUy iwonir jeara ainco . A wheels. ahoe brake, aa follows, which report was adopted Specially rnciicapnloifdlirar r.,',-,.l- l 'ii,, rniv v. inn iu,n. they suffer so generally. 8 pant Ion of the commerce of the Great the from Treated, young, by pur fylr.tr '" "'SJJ. lUUiawar'a rvut tblaeonntrr. Pf' ImllTlriual ay.ttui anl niilfonntuc-cevw.ts used for tiklng the recoil, tho remedy whloh will keep their systemswaste, accumulations, an-of trratmCDt a expressing the sense of the meeting la dua lo utlt m mmmnf nil - takes is the opening of the new St lium In vrtB nf :!.- -. rfili of r(KUMta ; Fwfilualra Lawtence canal locks. Our readers the shoe being attached to the log new strenrth and llfo to the whole body " "gffi Treatment worl.l. a.kma for Ilia vtlrlleim of energies, and sends thS appetiU. builds up the will remember that when the United end of trail by a length ol wire rupe. in"uioi(i(trpatuijn(.liiurft mlarDrUitii ResoIved.Ftrst: That we have this ibakla hlmielt tua innwWlra KlTlnr blood throughout the entire eysteni N latnowcU ivin States government wished to bring the The lour guns, as thus ImprovUed, rf madlaa, aa dona Pike. 477 Broadway, Sou Mrs. oe of aor ehtat od heal h dy tearned with deep regret ofth of btawhlcli mar ta ha lf Ui Qnklllfit oi tlutmla. revenuecntters "Algonquin," Gresh are much more powerful weapons I am seventy years old. and had HKla pr, lIMhiwnj.lrmmfntfor death of Rlchar-- ' Pi Hocker. which ee Bleodand blond dtaaaana la wliatarvrnUra "'fli. The for twenty years. I wiuick impounders of the and "Onondaga" from the lakes than the Biseaias. curaaaU Eczema terribly on enrred at hli home at Beaver Dam to blotcbaa, rlmrlM, elcaod notformaof Blccnhanraa, addition. only ntarM Uia ktn my aKe It will only cost you 50 cents extra to ride all day In t Cotton the Atlantic, toasist In the Cuban regular field batteries and the to p purtnaa tilnalr dla-adoctor said that on account of u day. Pot many rears he held a high tha Mood that Uia natural rendition, but aoand com. ponnan nUr l Belt Parlor Cafe Car (23 cents for a half day). Seated In a guns, which weigh respect wen again, uu. operations, it was found necessary to . ... that riatrlrdriTrnlmm uia aritam and all thli without large revolving arm chair with plenty of space around you, you can position as an officer of this county, admluUlarins potaoaoai or dancarom druva. completely, ana i1 am i"ipiiy ni" ""',,;.' The Ilia treatment of Vartoopata cut the vessels in two and float them ively 784 and 67a pounds. enjoy ss much freedom snd ease ss you please. If you are a smoker t i arr did ' my n and we who had to do with him In Varteoeal and and rttnctnra u a r you will enjoy the laree smoking room with its arm chairs and says: former has'a muzzle velocity ol 1,574 iralrbnevDand InMparranl thrdugh the St. Liwtence locks In sec trtatura. Mr. J V. Lovlnfr.of Colquitt. Oa., nor o official, do erur. his relation as n puhllc r j couch. The ladles will delight In the splendid ladles' lounging pennarient ear. No een years I suffered tortures from a fiery these little feet and the horse artllery gun a now bear testimony to his faithful and and pain or iDOonrenlenea operation la matured and re.ne.ly. bun tjons, How, although room, with Its lounge and Inviting arm chairs, and Its roomy dressing ara esnenenced br tha no my skin. I tried almost every known myn ge. paltant. Tbaexpenaaof tblatreatninlUmiieh laea room adjoining. You can hsre your meals In this csr at any hour craft are only 305 feet in length, the) velocity ol 1,553 Per second efficient pnblle; service (ban tail of anr operation. or bovpiut or lo.tltme failed ono by one. and I was told, that you want thelrt; order most anything you want, from a porterhouse trtarment, and fa bnUt Mfa and enrv, reetAMaa Uia sixty six. wa against me, and that c0",, , cleansed were about so feet too long to be ad- whereas the naval gun, which la a orsana to a eoodltion of perfort. normal healtn. steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich, take ss long ss you No county ever had a more diligent & health.- tMtqueaimn mitted, the old lock being unable td much longer weapon, has a veltcit) XS& for fboaowbobara please to eat It, and you will only have to pay for what you order. reaaon to ol s aio feet per second. The ex or honorable office, nor a more public EMafiaaaa. t0hjn, euapert Kldeer tmuhiaand The Cotton Itelt lithe direct line to Tesaa. Itatraloi run throoth from Cairo accommodate a vessel over 186 leet In j,..,,, tUdleed Im wtra aenda btm hla name andaddreea, spirited noble private cltlren He ararrona and Memphla to Ttxaa without ehante. lnreet ronneeuona are mane at its AT""."'1 '"' D.r- Ilalbawar'aiiaw length. The operation was not with treme range of the regular field gun-o- f Janet lone for all parte of Teiat, Indlai Territory, uataaonia ana ma rar watt. Wew afOSk bonk "Uanlloe- -. VIoe. Health1' baa (i ..n ami Rinmiriiinn t. antBafai Write and tell ae where 70a are oing- and when yoa win leare. and wa win in artillery Is 5,000 or 6,0 k yards represented thl countv with credit In out Its risks, as was proved by an IN 1, the. only remedy which can tell yem wljit your tktet will eoct. whleh train to take to make the beet time and $,, guaranteed SSL, J?um. '"t l'""d tiroa a of connection! , aad wilt eend you aa lnterratlof little book If t. 1 tllf D Tllll. n rone whereas these Improved naval guns the Leglslatnrenfthe Slate and rerved ,ti. t rill aent rreotnaddreaa Ia who wfhla old people, becausolt la the "'Jf,ell,Ja other damaging lustration published In the Scientific br, Its people acceptably and we'I, aa aofistiliatloa "W" n.ihawar nakea Ulthawar. free from potash, mercury, an( jm dq c,lfmIcnU wh4t8Ter ir, JM no rhirra L V. Uturu, (at httf eel nt 11U T. L IctMTi. Tm. flirt Ut, , nncer Ecwnm, nieumatln( American of July 3, 1898, showing have n range ol 8,oco ynrils. The foroonaaiuttnnandadTleaatMtbaff FREE. minerals. It Is made from iwisir sheriff of the county for two terms. hlaoraeaorbrmall III CiluUa liMtf. IKtsnur, IT. ST. LOUIS. MO. rapid-fir- e guns fire a In It. S 8 8. cures the one of the sections of the ' Gresham" 4 I.JJJTiwis, or any othor disease of tho blood. J. NBWTON HATHAWAY M. D. nr T Book.' Pfftl5SSJ2iS wiA l)ddite shell with a muzzl His pnblle and hl private life wss the SOaCharahdtr-a- t, lhawar 3o, ont '" br capsized In the attempt to make tlv "i1"0 c AUaDto- - Na.hTllla, TaaiD- . 'and highest and noblest example, o the MaimoHTnisrarEnwuin-wniTiMapassage. The new locks are cjpsbli velocity of 2,888 feet upright dtlfn and Christian gentleof admitting vessels up to 370 leet li as Its muzzle energy Is about I 500 man His life wss a protest against length, and the arrival recently ol lh loot tons, it can be seen that the A BUSINESS BALLAD. and bis death removes "Porto Rico," a vestel measuring 25' question of providing a sufficient!) business world a cbarscter ol fronvthe leet over all, at New York, alter msk secure mounting to withstand the re be so easy, in the happy unswerving Integrity, from society a It used to Ing a successful passage from tht coll waa a serious one. Capt. "Scott days ol yore, , IT GOES TO EVE11Y PART. it may mean "cheap" quality, o liberal leader of ever laudable enter The word "cheap" bad two meanings, overcame the difficulty br using sev man who kept grocery or a .BUHE, SAFE AND PLEA8ANT. "cheap" P'iee- wben t18e tue word " PPl,M to tne price. That's no Great Lakes, Indicates that the direct prise for the betterment of man, from For the timbers modest dry goods store It's business. I've built up the biggest shingle business In thl result of the venture will be the ship, eral lengths of heavy jrotism the church which be had loved, and For years has the medical fraternity sought a reliable and sure'eure for ment ol freight direct from the laker Two of these, i6feet In length, were section of the country just by sticking to To sit out In Iront and whittle and talk rerved so well, a modest bnt powerful In this enneavor many hundreds of nostiums have btetoBered to a to various points on the Atlantic sea placed parallel with the axis 61 the politics cr crops, gun; above these were bolted twrfl force, whose precept and example For the folks who did the buying then, auSering publlc,and the health of thonsanda have been completely rained by board. taking them, these; vsrlous compounds causing the worst forms cf Dyspepsia. were a daily exhoratlon to higher It has beenl suggested that these other lenghtaiof timber, and upon the Ideals and a purer life, and took pains to find the shops. Sprays and ointments are also worthless, as it Is impossible to reach tbe And I could not haydoue that If I had used the word "cheap" carelessly from the part-iImproved facilities, which are entlrelj platform thus formed was bolted some, shingles, but cveu on them, the price if this manner. Of course I sell Bnt things are very dlflerent In these down the baseplate of the regular home a generous and affectionate hua MURDOCH'S CATARRH CURB Is a new and scientific preparation and Is "cheap," same as on the higher grades. under British control, will operate to modern business day-sband and father. We mourn bis Ipsa to be smoked In a pipe, thereby the fumes aud smoke going oyer the entire One of the guns was thenaval disadvantage of this country, mounting. and commend his example to those Keeping store is very different; people; system aQccted by the disease It relieves Instantly the worst forms ot Asthfor the reason that the greater size of fired with an elevation ol twenty four ma, Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Colds In tbe Head and all forms of Catarrh, no too, have diflerent ways dimension Cypress Shingles $i 75 per 1,000. Common grades, yards, who shall come alter him the locks will permit a considerable legrees and a range of 13,000 And the man who Is in business must matter what ahape, and cures when treatment is continued for teasonable No. 1 Yellow Poplar Shingles $2 10 per 1,000. Second: That a copy of these reso time. NtVtaatter bow little you are affected, don't delay tteatment. Catarrh dumber of the larger gunboats anr and It was stated by an eyewitness Best Star A Star White Cedar Shingles $2 85 per 1,000. let people understand comes olten from simple colds. Like all new and valuable preparations yon tmaller cruisers ol the British navy to that the effect on the platform was lutions be spread upon the records of Best Red Cedar Shinglts 53.10 per 1,000. the Courts of this county and publish What he sells and where he sells It If will find others saying theirs are jutaa good. Bewareot imitations, as they f Grade for grade, these prices cannot be equalled. My Cedar Shingles, ) enter the Great Lakes, whereas by the sarcely perceptible. he doean't want to stand. tre wotthless. KTWE ONLY ASK A TRIAL TO CONVINCE. Mailed to guarantee not to crack, warp, or curl up at the butts. When put on a root treaty of 1814 the shipbuilding yardf valuable work which has been ed in the county papers, and a copy The any address, prepaid, on receipt of price. they lay flat, and stay that way. They make the best roof. When you war' on the lakes;are prevented from the done by these guns is well known to likewise be presented to the bereaved tie must tell folks whst he's doing Put up In tin boxes, $1.00 per MURDOCK CURE CO., any amonnt ot any kind of shingles and want them at the lowest prices, cal tell them every blessed day J. S, Glknn. ) construction ot warships. Although the outside world, and while It is ton family, box ; treatment for 30 days. isy attlajita, ua. nd see me about it. Write It you can't call. B. Wilson, Com. Tell them candidly and clearly, in a Jno excellent relations eslsting and much to say that they "saved Lady the Brn D, Rinoo, J HEs. 1 ; reasonable way, likely to continue between the twr smith," thetcils no question that they J. P. Sanderpub, Ch'm'n. AM. HIM)t BKtl.r.K I. JIATtUIAL, What he has to sell, bis prices, the logovernments render It unlikely that served very materially to keep down v IIVILUiaU S. A. Anderson, Sec'y cation ol his store, this strategic advantage will ever be the fire ol tha Boer siege guns, among meeting of the bar and the For they've quite got over buying as At put to the teat, it is probable that. a which there seem to be several long General Directory. they did In days of yore. .s- suggested In the President's message caliber Canet pieces of great range members of the Court and officers of Advertise. Ohio county held at the Court House the restriction towarthlp constructor CONGRESSIONAL. In Haitlord, Ky., on Saturday, De on the lakes will be removed by mu C. LindSenators Hon. William "jwk(r m As n cure for rheumatism Chamber P cember 16th, 1800, J. P. Sanderfur . tuil agreement. The advantage say, Hon. V. J. Deboe. Iain's Pain Balm Is Eainlng a wide his patrons the news ol the day and shipbuilding Interests on the lake for the money there U In it. He is was chosen chairman and Sam A. An reputation. Representative Fourth District D. B. Johndton of Richsecretary. Thereupon the mond. Ind., has been troubled with from such a change.would be consld presumed to know of what he writes, derson, Hon. D. II. Smith. 8TATE LEGISLATUHE. erable, for there are many smaller and he generally does. When he cluitman 'appointed a commltte on that ailment since 1862 In speaking Representative Ohio County Hon. vessels, suchlas the twelve 1,000 tor writes aa he does In the Leader Courier Resolutions, composed of the follow of it he says: ' I never found anyfee or hope ing members, J S. Glenn, Jno. B. thing that would relieve me until I It. C. Jarnagm. gunboats, propied by theKaval Board Osceola Mills, Pa., without used Chamberlain's Pain B.iltu. It ol reward, that "Chamberlain's Cough OHIO COUNTY. underjthe new conditions could Remedy acts magically, and we have Wilson and Ben D. Rlngo, who re- acts like ranglc with me. My foot which CIRCUIT COUKT. potted as follows, which report was was Bwnllen and paining me very be built on the lakes and then brought found none better In our household Hon. W. T. Owen, Judge Owens-borto the seaboard through the new locks If you have a cough, try It," It may adopted as expressing the sense ol the much, but one good application ol Pain Halm telle ed me. For sale by be acceped as an honest expression meeting to wit: Scientific American. Hon. J. Edwin Rowe, Attorney Z Wayne Grifiin & Bro. m worthy ol credence. I'or sale oy l, Wheteas, The members of the Hart Owensboro. m Wayne Griffin & Bro. T. IT. niek. .Taller -- Hartford. lord bar are again called to stand at Dells Jangled WANTED. Hyler's Dyspepsia Tablets, pleasant, I 8 A. AndersoD, Clork Hartford. "Sweet of Tune the bier ol a departed comrade, and as easy to take, and give parruaueut reOut Several persons for District 'Officr and Harsh.' Rowan Holbrook, Master Commis-eiono- i Got Homo by Acoldont. we stand bowed down with grief in lief. 30 days treatment, $1. Mailed Sh1iefwr's drwrlptloa Ats thin, Managers In thlsState to represent mi Hartford. In their own and surroundlngcountles tf undi ot vamen. Thty the presence of the messenger. Death, on receipt of pi Ice B Likeno, Trustee Jury Fund pandtnt, tlcklr. nenraut ut crof. to burden G. "Dad's been runnin fer office ten from whose summons no one of uf Willing to pay )caily $600, payablr IhemMlTM Murdock Curs Co,, Atlanta, Ga. nJ thlr funlllet. Thlr Hartford. wtet dlipotitloai r gant, and thar. Ilk weekly. Desirable employment with years, steady," he said, "but the oth OIUVOUB. oudiiu O. ..aiumu. th twIU, ntn Mdljr out ot tun. Bat unusual opportunities. Referencei ex er day he lost bis way an' run against ctn at last escape, we realize that wr -' Hocker, T. II. Ben- Deputies D. if. can send no message to him who has changed. Enclose addiessed stame' In a sortei S. A. Park, 320 Caxtor home, breakln' hla head ton, R. B. Martin and W. H. Tioslev. envelope. gone, but to those who, with us, knew headend collision, an' the family and loved our departed fliend and Building, Chicago. Court convenes first Monday In 19 lot battled him In an1 shook ban's with companion, ltd ward T. Miller, and to exMarch ana August anu conunuesinree Tabulating weeks, and third Monday in May and him, an' mammy put on her specs an the world of the living who may and Billing Machine. ; November two weeks. An Export. Goodness graclousl how hollered: V It brines health to the womonlr ciuuhte hU qualities ol life and charAn Crar Ready, COUNTY COURT, f Atlanta Coutltu-tio- n. you Is changed!" organism, ahd health there means CnccUra acter, we come and bear witness to bis Miller, Judge Harttord. "How vigorously the bandmaster Jas. P. well Dolsednervea. dlmiwu utrpnMh. Time aad Labor Saris. Berks woith, and it la Hartford. M. 8. Kagland.Clerk It restores womanly vigor and power. beats the air." ...for Premier Usars. Attorney-Hartfor- d. It tones uo the nerves which xufTer. M. L. Heavrin, Resolved, First: By the death of "Yes; lut that's not a marker to Ing and disease have shattered. It is Tho Rooson. Court convenes first Monday in the most perfect remedy Edward T. Miller, who was just en - ' OOLZ S3CS,3lXXiXOIW3 the way he teats the musicians." ever devised eac month. to restore, weak women to perfect tering so propitiously upon a prom Philadelphia North American. Why do you aw sigh, Miss ucunu, anu 10 mane mem attractive QUAirruitLY court. ising career in his chosen profession, r -- Tin" on ihe second Monday in and happy. Jr.oo at all druggists. Dolly?" asked the collow bard, as re J(73yBMaarwakMjH For advice in cases requiring specthe local bar has lost oueof its bright- That JTaiMtM liaelt ran ba eareA with citing oneol his soullul effusions. uijiiib. ayrTffiwfV"aalJ VwOt tjj5r raCi ial directions, address. jHvinesvmD- Only 330. Dr.MllM'NEUVBl'LABTEU. st, manliest and most faithful mem toms, "The Ladies' Advisory De- "Because It la not good form to V COURT OP CLAIMS. 'PEXWJ.EIT Tr,A.TtT3T03Xa JSSTS crs. He had a high conception of e paiuiicai,- - loo uaiianooga Conveues first Monday 111 January, snort," Teplled the wearied maiden. Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. honorable the Law and the high and aad Tuesday after the seoud Monday Timo for Baby to bo Sick. Harper's Baztr. KEV. J. XT. SSIITU, Camden, 8. ft, duties ol the Lawyer, and, always true M i.i October A FAST AND RASY RIDB IN THB MOST COMFORTABLR wl" ?' Crdul t hoow ?" tailiBM ol Um womb and It cnUrclcurtd lor .to his client, to the righteous man bwA OTHER COUNTY YOUR PATRONAOB SOLICITED. OFFICERS. VEHICLES Mrs. Wilt by I am afraid baby isn't Quostlon of Dlot. UmptltUt BUI Miklasand wrlUof K. Moxley, Surveyor. dates of the Law, and to his own sell well, dear. neural of different danamlnaUao la G. D R)yal, Aescesor, respect, he fearlessly and ably did his Wiltby What makes you think so? ealuma. I I Fun Rogers, School Supt, "Are you a vegetarian?" whole duty. It la M way Interfere, with tha "Mrs. Wiltby He basn.t had any L. W. Hunt, CoronaV Sulphur typewriter fur aaual Unas ol wark. ' Yes; by proxy, I have always Inthing the matter with him so long He was unllormty respectful to the Springs. food aniaaa nn aaaeaiema that I'm getting real wortled, Puck sisted that cows and other Court, and among his fellow lawyers Taautaraa aarataaaa justices' courts. mals should be strictly limited to a BEST AND MOST POPULAR ROUTIS TO LOUISVILLE, HENDERSON & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY he was always courteous (and kind, Tea Smith Premier Typewriter Co, T. A. Evans Court will be held vegetable died." Washington Star. Uiloo Dtpot, Sitiolh md Klver. Tltlit Office, $11 foirtli Arenas. and neither In private life nor in the pt Fordsville on March Ut, June 1st, Memphis, New Dr. Miles' Tain Pills stop Headache. 215 5th St. Louisville, Ky ANI A I.I. I'OI.VI-- IN heat of honorable contest in the Courts, hentemuer 1st and Decern her ISlli aa ia lllltAKNAH, Tl:.VS. .MEXICO AMI B. F. Giuvks Court will be held For Puro Contrariness. tlAl.lrOIIMA. did he ever give oBense. As a lawyer Louisville to St. Louis & West, St. Louis to Louisville & East Gas Lighted Vestibuled Trains with Tho Naval Guns at Ladysmlth. i.t Butord on MarcMO,'Jwno 29,Sep-lembhe was honorable, Industrious, and Wanted-- A n Idea No 44 No. 45. No. 41. No. 46. Cafe Cars, Pullman Sleepers and Free 28 and Djcwnber 21. successful; ss a man he was patriotic, WrtufjoTlN'waUJDaJlilDRHal COSvtaarCton Leave Louisville 7:37a m 8:55p m 8:40a tn 8:35P m Leave St Louis "What Is a rival. Uncle Aleck?" S. J. Weller Court will be held UeclinlDg cjhair Cars to Memphis and aaaiaawa. u. Vpor taeir aiui pnet enef A great deal has been written In 11 " Mt.Vernon 13:33am 11:38pm Owensboro 1 1 :4'a m 11:58pm "A rival? Why he Is a meddlesome manly and just; as a friend and broth- aad Ilea of two bjindrad faToaUoaa vraaiad. Sulphur Springs on MarchJ!S,June now urieaus. the past few weeks, or since the Boera " Henderson UM5p m 12:55 m ' Evansvllle J'.ijp m j:35 m man who falls in love with a girl just er, he was tender, geneious and Pullman Tourist Car leaves Louis Yt, Hentember M and uecember 3. " Evansvllle 1:15a m 1:35a m "' Henderson s:46p m 3:10a m of Investment H 1$. Taylor Court ivl I be held villa every Thursday night, and rune completed the lines 11 because he sees that some other man Owensboro Mt.Vcraon, 1114:17pm 4:19a m 3'44pm 4:00am around the town rf Ladysmlth, about Ujiimwe'l on March 4, Juno 10, through to California via NewOrleau it adinltes her." Detroit Free Prtss. ., Arrive St Louis 7133pm We mourn hla untimely death wblclt 7:104 m Arrive Louisville 7M5P m 7:30a m H'litojuber 2 and December 0. ami tho south racilic bunect Route. the naval guns of II. M. S. "Terricame while the dew of lile's morning can aaetlr ee reraeeea by e A R'iNE Court will bo hold at Double berth rate from Louisville to ble," which were rushed Into the X.OT7XU W. Wm arjvuajro vrsjua. Inia AU aaa M.lwa,. was yet about bis pathway; we shall No. 43, No. 45 MiailI No BalaoB. AU eruv No. 41 Ceutertown on February 13, Muy 20, San Francisco only 80.50; propor- town at the last moment and are How to Wash Flannols. lata eell It or raallea far nf- miss him as we go In and out before . 737a 9:i8p m Leave Louisville . faen ceatj ar 4!5op m. low rates to intermediate popularly supposed to have "saved It tionately August' 28 and November 1. 8:o4p m " Hawesvllle. ii:p8p m aiArnVCIIBMIOAl con the Couits ol eaith, but shall cherish 10:43a m Preston Morton Post No. 4 G. A points. I fere are seven rules for the proper from destruct!8n." These guns have nwt uncri-- si, rblla. g:osp ra 11:58pm " Owensboro, 11:40a m H hold their regular meeting Saturhis memory till we meet him In the Tho Truo Wlntor Routo to been stated as being ol various cali- washing of flannels; " Henderson. io:i(,p m 13:55a m ia:45P m day before the first Sunday in each court of last assize. Cautornia. No Blizzards, bers, ranging from 3 InchuptoC Inch, 1. Use warm water In which suffi Arrive Evansvllle , 10:40pm 1:15pm 1:35am month in Court Hall at 1 o'clock p UMHMNMMMMmii Cold Woatlior Snow Second: That a copy ol these reso W. A. Carson. Comr w. Aa a matter ot fict, they were of two cient soap has been dissolved, 3 A FREE PATTERN '' Dlookados. lutlons be spread upon the records ot John C Ciiamderlain, Adjt. fjoar ovn selectloa) la arery aab- - 8 a. Wash thoroughly in this. EVANSVILLE TO LOUISVILLE. ! BflkA iealal Ui eat For particulars write to J. R. Hoi-li- sizes, four ot them being the naval vaaa aev J and likewise be published jml 4 No, 41 No. 44 No 46 gun, ol wblca the "Ter3 Rinse In clear, warm water twice, the County Traveling Passenger Accnt for uiaWklikt the County, and Leave Evansvllle 6:50a m i:aop m 3:45a ra 4 Wring out and shake well to In the newspapers of ared at ho llh C. R. R , Louisville, Ky. Also stk rible" carries eighteen, and the oth' 3:46(1 m Henderson oat Mis BMk r 7:15a m 3:10a m a copy be lurnlshed to the family who guns, clear off all soap. him to send you a copy of tho South er two being 4 7 Inch rapid-firiiiQiin im ' 8;i8a m Owensboro 4:00a m 3i44P m mourn with us his loss. III I. MJUro ..rats. em Home Seekers' Gulde.which Is re which must have been taken from one 5, Dry quickly. Llll VO. m Hawesvllle 4:4op uAm, 14 4:50a m 9:17a m Frrr plete with interesting information ol the second-cla) J. S. GMtNN 6, Do not let the flinnela remain In Arrive Louisville cruisers on the 7:450 m 7:ioam J no. B. WitiQN, Co n. concerning the Southern territory. Jl All train ran tht ui(h solid tn Evansvllle, Through Pallor Cars and PuIU the water either before or after washA LADIES MAQAZINU, Bun D RibGO. j will be mailed to you free. man Sleepers on nil tnltis to Evansvllle and, St' Lnul. Numbers 41 and 43 ea.alllal eolena alaui i laleit . ! ing On tho first anil third Tuesdays ot connect st Irvlngton fir Fordsville $ ilnrdlnsburg dally. ioelidrimiklnaeconDa.ia.i -- lT I 36 J P. Sandbrfur, Ch'm'n. were , KeaMheU einla . hclien. aia. fiab. : 7, Do not use soda or any washing Our (c relumed if we Ml. Any one aendlnr each month Home Seekers' tlckcla are (or laiaat cepr, I Kriaa la ear, or, Mae u deKiiptloa of any lavenllon will ' S A. Anderson, Sec'y. "' La4r afiau waeiei. Sent !yt tereu. skriaK.nd powder. told to Southern uud Southwestern TitaHily receive our opinion free concerning' . SljlUh, Reliable, Staple, : jhFpItentaUlity' of aarna. " How to Obtain a points at Special Low Rates, good to There is nothing that vexes the Saul oate, Kcoaoralcal aad Abaolaialjr Uk1& Tattfi)' (cut upon request, I'atenta aecurcd 3 PerfKI'l'miafl-aperralUraol the can fit! mother of a household relurn within twenlyoiie dayB from R I V &3t (btign us aavcrtira ror aaia at our espcnie. LI Tolls tho When Tour euia tajea ooanrouKn prciu Not Unoxpootod. FtllrtjSjK fftf.withoutcharce. In tub ua receive Rscoio. dato of sale. Liberal stopover ar- I aches, and itorv. feel bilious, head you more than the weekly shrinkage In Fitbnt lournall ana out cf tune, with your Jl FASSWh r lllnalraled and widely circulated aa rangements. a to the younff man or young woman who would wla Is sbsolately flinnela Unless carefully washed coniutled by Manufacturer! inrt. jnveilora. 'stomach sour and nu nppetlto, Just BcntKoraamplacopy rRC. AJdl, succesa in life This being; conceited. It is of Grst Importance to get your I buy a package pf Q. P. A., A. H.HANSON, O'Raflerty 'Twas a sad blow thot they area most expensive' luxury, stands In the very front rank. training; nt the school VICTOR J, EVANS A CO. Chicago, Illinois. and yet there is no pleamnter sight to befell Cassldy. Old ye not heai? J.W iPtteatAttocneri.) W. A. Kellnud, A. O. P. A., lAatfidinf, THE BRYANT &STRATrON BUSINESS COLLEGE, Vashhiqton, d. a Sorra th word av ut. McGlnnls her partial eyes thiu her handsome tit Louisville, Ky And take a dose, from 1 la I sills. J.OtlinVII.t.t:. KKNTUl-KT- . (N8MBaAll4iwac PfttUrsc.) V 'Sure, he's dead, Sthruck be lljrlit lads In all the glory of their fresh, You will be surprised at bow easllr ' Oaty m M ct. timl.i um ttlfaitr S Seven experienced teachers, each one a specialist la ) Uiey will do their work, cure jour I Aati tf ikia. SU U Mtulr tftry iiv S CtniDwIth regetaul white flinnela With good managenln'.he was," his line Graduate' of this colleie preferred by busl- Jt4 tew, tvr tf hw (rM lieadacno and biliousness, routs the SIIOHTHANn. lUmedlaa. Jlavecurt! many tbonaand "Ol myl 01 my I Dat I'm not surment A suit of plothea nny last a long liver and make you fil hanur saaln. J TELEGRAPHY ""- - h'nises, Writs for a beautiful book (living; tes- TUB McCALL CO., eallnd hnnala. In tea at 23 cents, bold by all uiodlclna dealers. HelUMo vttiou of a mecbanlcal or Inrv nllva rnlad 4 time before reaching the Inevitable prised Fdlth, be hsd a sickly look S W..t MlktL, New Tsr. of all avmptovia ratnor tlmnnlil" Irmn epdnates nccupvltiR ptnnitnent positions all oyer the atirinaa inpiutua l'nrla KpoBltlun, with good Jayi atlaaat ait Tealtmonlala and Tin DATS treatment free, United State- s- t will be mailed to yoq FREE. aS scanty stage. nmmttmmmtttmmmmit the lasbt toime I seen him l'.iliX KIXOUO, llaJUmora, HA. J DI.B.B.6UU'S SOM.Uox K.AtlauU.Ua. r Htkrtforcl Republican. NEVER TOO OLD " WHY iHJURES, T. IL. ; TO BE CURED. v il33-ai- .iv .rii. aoi-ai- jft Jfiff."S3 notyed oo si'tor?" m tnlli-a- a B!1 .i.,. ,' 1110 a to-w- 8rh ' tab kWffl ,nc7 'udr " p tni' jr hors-artille- ry anda-al- .. ' S. S. S. FOR THE BLOD ,,.,,, 3lf fflWJrSS Eft M - 4xa"5, -- m per.f-econd- i (JEieap - Shingles. CATARRH CAN BE CURED. evil-doin- g, MURDOCH'S CATARRH CURE. h 13-1- Highest Grades and Lowest Prices. low-gra- HJSJIIZ. AlEUEl THE DFrtIOE3: 5-- ln . ' T23LOO. EVANSVILLE, ILOla.tl23L, IND. 1 7feA jPm s! simci Hartford, Ky., t I Has opened up a General Store, the only one in town. Call an eximine.'my goods and get prices before buying elsewhere. It will be to your interest to do so. This town goes without saying, with tho country people, to bo the highest town in the county, here, will misrepresent the town. By the help of the people I expect to sell goods as cheap as the cheapest. Country produce taken at the highest market price in change for goods. & But he that Says so, As long as am in business I i. McELREE'S JSmith Premier Wine of Cardui 1 j jrJ TRANSFER LINE TT.VTR.I'DFOJFl.P, Field. 3Soml3 JUeal-cin- fr'rf u eHCe3n.d.arso3n. IKo"ui.t- - Orleans c 1 er SSSSS f aOec-tlonat- e. N ' That Aches The Corn vxiaa so s, I- at Aaa eAVMStxi aa.at.aia fi e MACAU'S MAGAZINE ss (, tttf '' T iMinrkiinsmtinrufjJWimHu .... .... .... .... ...lai'pm . '1 f ijiin.iPM'.L';nT;uiinj &&&w&w&,tym KJU9& 1 coniti-'patctl, !, 1 Up-to- 3 MS CALL Haotl'm PHI Patterns IJS-I4- m A Basiness gdae&lion nrcery tht ... J -- 1 W ri I BOOK-KEEPIN- G DROPSY 1 1 ca-- et 6wiw'hwif4 i r "Lift V