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I rw C 1ubbillg aateav The Republican and Louisville Commercial i yeett J 125TheThe Republican and Louisville Dispatch I year jl9 The Republlcan and the Globe Democrat t year i Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL ORUK OF THE PAftT IN IRE FOURTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Subscription a year- VOLII XII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 5 1900 No24 lElIJa la181U ltllZfa JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW Aim unit UY Special attention given to all business entrusted to his case Office In Court House M L HEAVRIN Attorney at LawHARTFORD KY Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio aa counties and Court ol Appeals Special atten tlon given to collections SHELBY TAYLOR ATTORWEIATLAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession in all the I courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals Special atten lion given to assignments in bankruptcy o Mm BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW f HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession in nil eourta of Ohio counts Careful attention will be given to a buiineis entrusted to his care Col r lections a specialty r r rJNO B WILS- ONAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY SPECIAL attention given to col f making abstracts cI County0mce I R B WEDDING Attorney at Law HABTFORU KY Will practice his profession in the the courtu of Ohio and eonntics Also Notary Public FL P NEAPAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice hie profession in all the Courts oi at r j tention given to collections settle went or decedents estates road cases sod criminal Office upstairs next door toGrifftnedrugstore JS R WeddingATTORNEir and COUNSELLOR it LAW NOTARY rUllLIC HARTFORD KENTUCKY Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio andadjolnlnJr coun ties and the Court ofAppeals Prompt attention given to all business entrust to his care I Office in REPUBLICAN building I JOHN T HON- EATTORNEY AT LAW CKNTrR10WNKY WIll praearlt proluln In all ill onrlrObln and ntljnlnlnc euanllri a4 C nrl at Appear Nptrlftl nllrn eln lvn to rcllrclloni Offlreln W Banit nnllitlvic A e AYLR- AttorneYat Law IlAirrroRD KY Special attention given to all business entrusted to his care Office in Court house R E LEE SIMMERMAN Attorney at LawHABTFOKO KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and tended to Office with T JpSmith- C Market Street J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFOBD KY Will practice bin profe alon in Ohio and adjoining counties Specialat tention given to all business entrusted to his care 1ES p 3FLOTD3 ATTORNEYT LA W FOHnHVIME UEffTVlKY Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Special at t tention given to collections Office next door to Post Office J EDWIN ROWB PRUX Rowe Felix c LaW orsHARTFORD KY Will practice in the Courts of Ohio county arid Court of Appeals Prompt attention given to all business en trusted to our care Office in Herald building SSSeeeoiDl rJj- TArOM Tho Southern 8tottEight But Southern Kentucky YlrRlnlHNniiili fate Una Alabama North rnrollun and MUMiilppl 6463 Between ington Miles Three TnICars Trains y roStreetnecting with trains of the andLe For Information Address AWhldOl T A21641h mloalsliII Kl VnHTiilot Aultttot 0 P A Lttlnilli Kj JHCOM WATHIIH Trnf Mar rnl NMiAri WASHlKOTONn S6 m n- b i D 50THE HARTFORD EEPFIIICIN 1 f 11 A P L I P f f lfIACTS GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS THE YSTEM EFFECTUALLYD DAea ftEOVERCOMES C h 191TUAl CONSTIPATIONo ITS Bt EFavy THE StflVINlMAHTO BX I ALIT YRW o- Vuxti Ig plWnliieQK j ra UUnlMMMInuM KIMrl OSTEOPATHY I An Interesting Article on the Wonderful Prog ress of Medical Science Which is Astounding the WorldThe Science of Drugless Healing is Founded Upon AnatomySome In teresting Facts About the Work The Franklin Institute i Osteopathy the Coming j Science The most beautiful if not the great est discovery of the age the one of the widest significance which will be most welcomed by the whole human family because oi its intimate rela tionship to its nerds their ruccess and their happiness has been made in the science of materia medica The discovery promulgation and rapid strides Into public favor of the science of Osteopathy is a refutation of all our preconceived ideas and especially revolutionizes our traditions superstitions and dogmas in regard to the methods of successfully combating with disease- It must be admitted bythe thoughtful and and observant that tbe old schools oi medicine have not kept pace with the worlds progress The reason for this is not the lack ol educations training or experience all these they have had and yet death and disease stalk stalwartby through our land more defiantly than ever in every mockery of their skill It is because the base upon which they raise the superstructure is wrong and no logic and no education can get away from this act The Green River Republican makes this statement with reluctance and many regrets but with the certainty born of conviction and incon AT THE RATE OF 4IENTSA For the OLDEST and If EST ASTERN ON NpprI- n the South The Louisville Evening Post Contains 10 I2 rl6p re dilly Complete Dally Mlrket Allth Abstract ol the Opinion of the Court ot AppeaU All the Washington end Frankfort Mcw EVERYTHING THAT A DAILY NEWSPAPER SHOULD CONTAIN late be found In the Evening spa dally The Rates Are tlOO for Three Months 5150 for All nonths 200 for One Year 312 copies for 200 cents Send postal card for sample copies r trovertablc proofs which admit ol neither cavil or dispute The science ol medicine as now practiced possesses slither philosophy norcommon fieuie being based chiefly on cofjecture improved by error Their most curative agents arc admit ted to be poisons evrry doseol which diminishes the vitality and is often more dangerous to the patient than the disease the physicians professses to cure Their remedies while appar ently curing one disease to offer imo plant tbe seeds of other aliments Then let us briefly turn to surgery What constitutes today the most skillful surgeon He is recognized by his ability to do the most cutting and carving of the human body in the shortest time Dowe not see on all sides useless and even senceless wielding of the knife where the surgeon finds to his dfcmay that the supposed oflending organ is perfectly sound or normal Happily for humanity these things are becoming things ol the put The brightening rays of Osteopathy are rapidly dispelling the gloom of pnju dice and ignorance with their benign light and extending helping hand in accordance with natures laws in effeCltlvesolely upon anatomy Its treatment is entirely and distinctly its own and its marvelous results are reached by scientific methods not known or prac tired by any other school Thr Oste opath views the ham + a form as a machine and when an abnormal con dition arises is enabled to by his intt mate knowledge oi the human mech anism to trace the origin of any afHc tion to some abnormity of bone mns cle tendon vein artery or nerve He then applines his treatment direct ly where it is needed to restore bar mony and reestablish health vlthout the aid of drug or knife In fact the skillful Osteopath plays upon the different parts of the human anatomy as the musician upon his harp tuning It and making it respond and act in bar mony with the whole Osteopathy is that science which consists oi such exact exhaustive and veritable knowledge ol the structure and functions of the human mechan ism anatomical physiological in cluding the chemistry and pliysics of- its known elements as has made diss coverablc certain organic laws and remedial resources within the body itself by which nature under the scientific treatment peculiar to Oste opathic practice apart from all ordi nary methods ofextraneous artificial or medicinal stimulation and in harmonious nccord with its own mechan ical principles molecular activities and metabolic processes may recover from displacements disorganizations derangements and consequent diseases and regain its normal equilibrium ol form and function In health and strengthWe been lead to Investigate this subject and publish this article by receiving eo many letters ol inquiry from onr readers asking whether Oa teopathy was all that had been claimed for it or whether they could find an Osteopath to consult What we have said above will convince all that we esteem Osteopathy one of the wonders of this wonderful age The Southern Infirmary of Osteopathy located at Franklin Ky is one of the leading Osteopathic institutions and the only great Southern institu tion The large part of our people who have received benefit from Oste opathy have received treatment at Franklin There is no school of Osteopathy better able to thoroughly equip for the practice of Osteopathy than is this Institution Kentucky is to be congratulated upon the possess ion of one of the largest and best equipped sbools and infirmaries A very large clars is expected this fall and quite a number from this section are arranging to enter The Southern School of Osteopathy will send catalogues and Journals ol Osteopathy to any ol our readers who may desire them Having Great Run on Cham borlalns Cough Romody Manager Martin of the Pierson drugstore informs us that he is having a great run on Chamberlains Cough Remedy He sells five bottles of that medicine to one of any other kind and it gives great satisfaction I these days of la grippe there is noth lug like Chamberlains Cough Reuse dy to atop the cough heal up the sore throat and lungs and give relief with in a very short time The sales are growing and all who try It are pleased with its prompt action South Chica go Dally Calument For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m These being prosperous times the marriage market also is enjoying a most remarkable boom No the majority of women are Republi cans Philadelphia Inquirer A local paper published along obit nary ol a man who had died in the community closing with the statement thatliB long pioccssion of peo + 11 I HARTFORD COLLEGE HARTFORD KENTUCKY EASILY THE LEADING SCHOOL OF THIS SECTION OF KENTUCKY SPRING TERM BEGINS JAN 22 1900 AND CONTINUES TWENTY WEEKS NOTE TP3LE ADVANTAGESHealthful Location Strong FacultyWellEquipped BuifdingThe Best Methods Superior Environments Complete Courses Low Expenses IiPa COMpr u I Collegiate Department By reference to the year book ot 1899 and 1900 it will be observed that the courses ol study are more complete and anytimeAs advancement is made in culture and intelligence a demand for institutions of a higher class of work is neces sitated 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 sni jects to be pursued It is our aim to teach etc tents 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 re thuroughlyImpressthat accuracy ot knowledge thoroughness in mental dis cipline correctness of expression and nirrality are neces sary to make life what it ought to be and can be made The following branches will be pursued during the spring term Mathematics Geometry Surveying Astronomy Trigonometry Mechanics and Calculus L tin Beginning Latin Cesar English Literature Pancoasts text some DrapersIntellectualSciences 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 Teachers Courses These courses are under the instruction of the ablest teachers in the school and the work done in them covers every branch required by the State ra County certificate a State certificate or a State diploma Every faithful and energetic teacher expects to at least compN t these courses and obtain from the State the highest certificate of qualification possible The constantly growing demand for well trained teachers with broad and liberal preparation for their work has made it necessary for us to provide the very highest grade of instruction in each particular line of the teachers work In order to do this earth class has been placed in the hands of a teacher who has made a spec salty ol the work and who will spue no pains tomake the work popular and effective While we give such instruc tion as will best prepare for examination we most rigidly insist upon a thorough understanding tf the principles of the subject taught Our work in Pedagogical lines is Ins tended to develop more capable nndcomciettlousmen and women for all the departments of teaching Do you need work in the Teachers course If so we want you Are you deficient in Spelling Reading Writ lug Composition Grammar Arithmetic Geography Ills tory Civics Physiology Educational Psychology Meth ods Physics Geometry Literature or Latin It 4o this is the place for you to attend school PS teachers classes will be sustained in all the above namtd blanche during our spring term Our work will be thoroughly and hon estly done and will be done according to thin best methods that experience and observation suggest pie followed the remains to their last I roasting place The family read the notice and discovered the suppled error and asked the editor to male a correction in the word roattlng but he said he could not do it until seven years back subscription that paidnExchange A What a large head you hare rc marked the Icquacious barber to the lush customer Why its twice as large as mine r Ol suppose youre afther foindln that head ol yours large enough though queried the Irishman Sure replied the ton social artist It suits me all right Av coorse said the son ot Erin Phwats the use av a man havin a torkeep in it 01 dunno a Hylers DyspepsiaTablets pleasant easy to take and give permanent re tier 30 days treatment Sr Mailed on receipt of price tf BURDOCK CURS Co Atlanta Ga t I r Special Departments These are Music Law Commercial and Elocution each ofwhich is in charge of thoroughly competent and experi enced teachers Miss t olcott 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 ol ripe scholarship and wide experience and is admirably suited to the Law De pertinent 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 elocutionist of rare powers aqd superior culture We guarantee the most perfect satisfaction in all these DepartmentsStanding of fartford College I For a number of years Hartford College has been gain ing a rank with the leading Colleges and Universities that she is proud to possess During the past year we made arrangements with the following medical schools to allow our graduates to enter with one years credit and without examinations Louis ville Medical College Indiana Medical College University of Louisville Cincinnati Medical College Belleview Hos pital Medical College N Y Vanderbilt University We also have arrangements to enter our graduates without examinations in the schools of Liberal Arts Wash ington Lee University DePauw University University ot Indiana Vanderbllt University Centre University Cen tral University Ohio University and many other leading schools Scholarships Washington Lee University has placed in our hands a scholarship to be given to one of our graduates who de sires to pursue a higher course ot work than we ofler This institution also agrees to furnish us with a list of questions and allow us to examine any one of oUt pupils who may desire to attend its school This must mean to the thinking man that Hartford College is above the ordinary educational institutions of the country Any one desiring a course in medicine or den tistry will do well to consult u- sExpenses TUITIONPer term ot ten weeks 800 For two terms in advance 1500 BOARD This is always by far the largest Itemlof school expenses hence we worked hard to reduce it to a minimum and we believe we have succeeded as we can offer students the very best board in private families at the low rates of 2 oo per week This includes furnished room fuel light and everything except washing So that the entire expenses here for board and tuition for twenty weeks need not exceed 55 00 Examine ourcourses ol study and see if you do not need something in them- Experimental Laboratory and Practical Field Work are some of our leading features If you want to learn and are willing to work for knowl edge this Is the place for you if you are seeking luxurious ease and sensual enjoyment better go somewhere else For further information call upon or writ- eTJMORTON iTM SHULTZ Pros Vice Pros 0 It has been demonstrated repeatedly in every State in the Union nnd in many foreign countries that Chamber tins Cough Remedy is a certain pre ventive and cure for croup It has liecomu the universal remedy for that disease M V Fisher of Liberty W Va ocly repeats what hrS been Slid around the globe when he writes y have lIed Chamberlains Cough Remedy in mv family for several years and alwujs with perfect success We believe that it is not only the best cough remedy but that it is a sure elite for croup It has saved the lives lour children a number oftimes This remedy is for sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m L A Mississippi editor makes this appeal to delis quent subscribers Fish down into your pocktt and dig up dust the editor is hungry and the paper bout to bust Weve trusted you for several months and did it with a smile iso just return the com plinient and trust us for awhile Our I wife live needs some stockings and I babyneedsadress Jimmy needs some 7C breeches and so does Kate and Bess PUll is on the hog train and Peggy is sick with grief say isnt it possible to give n man relief Shell out those nickels And turn loose the dimes turn em loose and whistle and well have better times there will be fewer pitches on the bosom of our pants and well make the piper better it we bad lull a chance Dont give us that old story long gone to seed bout taking more family pipers thin the family want to read but help to feed tbe ptintcrnml hell help our town to grow and thus escape the sulphur in the regions down below stoItionory TILE REPUBLICAN is prepared to supply you Prices to suit the times and satisfaction guaranteed Give us a call t manyreaders oftheirBanal favor L KEEP AT IT Ifyou expect to conquer Inthe battle of to day You will have to blow your trumpet In a firnrand steady way If you toWjwwr little whistle Thenlfly lde the horn Ttieres net seal will ever know That sn a ma born ht hisThe man acres Is the man that plows ell day And the man that keeps a humping Is the man thats here to stay But the man who advertises f ifIsk errBecause it didnt Work K are But the man that gets thelbnalness Uses brainy printers InkT oq Not a clatter and a sputter But an ad that makes you think AAsJ And the future of his business Is as solid as a rock a COOKING A HUSBAND A Fow Simple Rules for Mak- IngThomTondorand Digestible In selecting your husband you should not be guided by the silvery appearance as in buying mackerel or by the golden tint ns if you wanted salmon Be sure to select him your self as tastes differ Dont go shop ping for him as the best are always brought to your door When bought tie him in the saucepan with a strong cord called Comfort as the kind call ed Duty is apt to be weak Husbands sometimes fly out of the saucepan and become burned and rusty on the edges since like lobsters and oysters you have to cook them alive Make + clear strong steady fire out oi Love Neatness and Cheerfulness Set him as near this as seems to agree with him If he sputters and fizzles dont be anxious Some husbands do this until they are quite done Add a lit tle sugar in the form oi Kisses but no vinegar or pepper A little spice im proves husbands but it must be used with judgment Dont stick any sharp instrument into him to see if he is becoming tender Stir him gently watching the while lest he should lie too close to the saucepan and so become tasteless You cannot foil to know when he is done If thus treat ed you will find him very digestible agreeing nicely with you and theI childrenExchangeA into our store yesterday suffering from a stveae at tack ol cramp colic writes B FI Hess miller and general merchant Dickeys Mountain Pa He badI tried various home remedies without relief As I had used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I gave him a dose and it soon brought him out alright I never saw a fellow so rejoiced Sold by Z Wayne Grif fin Bro m Doos It Pay Does colonization pay This is a question which Americans are now asking Another question which thoughtful fair minded people are asking is Does colonization prove advantageous to the people of the territory colonized To these questions the best answer is provided by the experience of those other nations IIwberesaryColonization does not have today the purpose that it had a century ago nor does it have the same objects too ALL VOWEN AGREES IhavePrlend and have never known In in stance were It has felled to produce the good results claimed for It All women agree that It makes labor shorter and less ainful Mothers Friend Is not a chanceremedy Its good effects are experienced by all expectant passedtheofdeliverypregnancyMorning = relaxesIhe J txpamlwIthoutMUftlrt Mothers er to i surrapid completelySold THE BRADFIELD REOULATOR Co l 0A 1aei b bn Dhrbk 5 I1j day Indeed the purpose ofvaries countries in this regard diSer BO wide ly that the term colouizatleB fc + frequently misleading and may ags the present time be considered fa some cases inappropriate Strictly speaking colonization In accordaa with its purposes may be divided tt to three classes i in Its earlier an in some of the later applications it meant the planting ofgroups of citi zens of the mothercountry in newe territories with the purpose of estab 1 Hshlng for them and for their decend 4 ants permanent homes and addlig to the group in large numbers from s the home population as it grew conJgested 2 in other cases coloniza lion has been chiefly an attempt at conquest and rapid gain by seizure of I x accumulated wealth or source of tiwealth 3 in still other cases the purpose has been more especially to secure new outlets for the products oCI I jofj Ifcountrythe mothercountryby giving to them stable and improved form of gOY I jsonrcesnlzer and to the inhabitants of the jl territory colonized become mutual Does Colonization Pay by O P Austin in the January Forum 1 r Ladies For relief of women Ches ir RIInSr MURDOCKCCBECo Atlanta Ga t j It is said that a young preacher once desiring to get the opinion oftProf Jowett as to a sermon Le had preached asked him what he thought of It The Professor looked at him a s moment and then slowly added Edward if you would pluck a few of the feathers from the wings of your imagination and stick them In the tail of your judgment you wouldImake better sermons That a criticism not likely to be easily for gotten The Ills of Children 1 eodskDr Xarlman offers lilt advice to parents en the trtatmtnt cftoughs and to guard against colds r IrEAgIIrI Nearly all thu Ills of tchildren begin withTyr i taking cold If your beforelTo tho Ignorance or neglect J the fatal termination of many childrens com y plalutsfrIf you arc not as J proper count to pursue to drive oft a childs cold write to Dr Rartwanfpresident of tho Columbus Ofor advice and askfor r some of his freebooks which contain the most pertinent facts about colds acdcoughsandalleatarrhal disease Poruna Dr nartmana great prescription is wholly vegetable It wards oil colds entirely If taken at the beginning In proper doses It breaks up settled colds quickly it la scientific and safe there la no mys tery about It Dr Hartmans books tell Just how it acts and why AU druggists sell ItJMrs a T Rogers Elgin Its says Dr S R Harman Columbut O DEAR SrnYour medicine saved my babys life Wo stopped all treat went but yours and now he is s beautiful boy It was certainly a miracle 4 Mrs Decking East Toledo 0 writes to the Pernna Medicine Car t DUB Smst Peruna Is the best medicine I over had in my house My children had a bad cough and one of them had the lung fever t f cured them all with Peru na Proper knowledge of the treatment of coughs and colds foot thA drat importanee to parents This knowledge Is offsrell l free All catarrhal diseases succumb to 1eruna t r r h Hartford Republican tUMId Fridays kt tee HtLtiint Pub COtaeopolale- dFON and LON ROOERS Editor I I Tlephoao aunlaaosaC = 33 Intend itHartfctCpistoffici as secondclass mall matter FRIDAY JANUARY Jo 0 S BLACKBURN is a pretty good Spaniard The desertion of bisI Iriend Santlford is truly the act of a vile and unscrupulous Spatiianl sTIlE Democratic party in Obiu county in Kentucky and in the Unit ed States is now where Moses was when the light went outIn the dark AODINALDO yet lurvivc and Is roving the hills of Western Lnz n His capture may be affected any moment Gen Young is itlll in pursuit of hit ghost JOHN R MeLEANCincinnatid can dilate for President then Governor o Ohio is now a candidate for Mayo- of the great manufacturing town Cincinnati This appears to be retro greesion to most people Wonder wha- McLean thinks about il IITrimbleappeared frequently In the local and i elected Speaker K State papers was i the House of Representatives Ifaoy not one desires to know io advance how that body will be governed tbey would do well to read Trimbl6a letter again and then lorm a coacluaiooen rr dls TUE kebel men The tissue ball ute have dbte 8ttalscontested by the e were e bj sews u Irises us thateGoebel Mrge majorities This hcbargearges without GFv11YAiT UABDIS again bobs up in Kentucky polities to save he in up the Demociatio party from ruin lied Mr Hardin done this ere theh election had passed he migbt said thiebut It seems that tile redeemer of is too late Goebel has lad a dead cinch on the Democracy in oldf Kentucky and when he turns there will not be so much as a shred left Gov TAYLOHB message to the Gen productrtake in choosing their Governor He ii conversant with the States seeds and has clearly presented them to the proper tribunal for their betterment But this scholarly message will doubt less pass as did those of the matchless a 1Bradleyunheeded However Gov performed bis duty he has recommended that which seems to the best interest of the State and now the responsibility passes to the General Assembly WILLIAM GOEBEL has at last filedI notices ot contest and now Kentucky and the legislature are to endure another reign of terror In 1702 Ken tucky was admitted into the Union and Isaac Shelby was elected first Governor Since that date a Gover nor has been elected every four years and never was a contest filed out ol this entire number But now Sena tor Goebel breaks the record He is an ambitious man with evil designs and will cause the name Kentuckyto be a synonymy of fraud and corrup tion Well might one exclaim II Where are we at TUB time to be looking about for vice 1reeidential limber is ripening No question about the Presidency is raised by any JIcKiuleys renomi nation and re election n asI shred It appears that the VicePresI idential plum of 1000 sboulu be thrownd In a Southern Republican 1850 has Kentucky been huiored with a place on the National ticket mud n since Kentucky was del vereil from Democracy has she been shown proper sympathy and encouragement by the National organization Tlie splendid administration aud career f Gov W O Bradley make mm the most promS inent man ol the South Jus wonders fill ability force of chuactcr and manly bearing eminently uualify him for any position within the gift of the v people Isis efforts to tnaiituin de fend and protect civil liberty in Kentucky have made him the idol of every 8 lover of liberty within the State and tile central figure of all the SuuthI An intellectual giant a profound and sagacious statesman an eminent lawyer an orator the equalof any of his time combined make of him the great est statesman of theSoutb and as good it material the nation possesses With McKinleyand Bradley the Republican party will sweep the nation and carry Kentucky by the largest majority ever given a Republican ticket TUB secret ballot system just now is receiving the condemnation of many disappointed and disgruntled politi cians and editors of newspapers of the fourthcass It is charged that since the adoption of the secret ballot sys tem of voting fraud has reigned su preme at elections Never was so base a charge uttered by man Under this system of voting every mau bothrich and poor alike enter a secret booth and there choose men to make nod enforce laws for himself and country Under this system men cannot be driven to the polls and voted like Si many beast of burden The secret ballot makes a poor man pqual to the millionaire Slauy Northern Slates have adopted the Australian ballot system of young and it has proves eminently satisfactory in every par ticular The reason why it is unpnpu lar in Kentucky is because under it provisions Democracy bas been de throned and the State now enjoys the inevitable results of Republican rule progress and prosperity There has never been a valid reason given for its repealand never will There are none THE REPunLICAN is very much in love with the secret ballot and It believes it voices the will of the people in this statement With honest men as election be no fraud inofficers there can elections I IWhat Will Kentuckians Do- r Recent developments at Frankfort indicate that Goebel has the legislature- t where je bad the convention Fallen Blackburn received the caucus nomi altoIof itself shows that the Goebel aDg are in the majority However Democratic nominations nowaday are synonymous with the term elec lion nor equivalent to election Au other indication that Goebel is sanguine is his serving notice of contest a majority of the legislature are in full sympathy with Goebel there Ie no question now as to the result of a con- st before such a tribunal Among honesty is a total strangerright fairness unknown and justice eJunong them never Consider ing the fact that the election which Goebel and his mercenary followers now claim was one great scene of fraud the result of which they are now contesting was held exclusively every instance in every particular- in every nook and corner of the State his own ideal men of hover and onesty and considering their charges fraud the honest man loving the fair name of Kentucky must blush or shame Underauch a state of at- airs the boasted chivalry and man hood of Kentucky should rise in its might assert its authority andenforce its verdict of November itbat whatever cost or consequence may follow We are freemen We must be free If partisan courts wholly ignore the great peoples will and decision then the people should disregard entirely the decisions and mandates of sued tribunals and seek justice in whatever manner necessary to recure it If were to be free we must be free indeed The outrages of Goebelism upon the libel ties of Kentucky manhood is an insult to her people and goes without a precedent in all Kentuckys history To submit to his fraud and highway robbery now mean to endure it a quarter ofa century Hut we votes the sentiment of every honest Kentuckian who regards the will of the majority above all things else first last and always when we say that Kentucky and Kentuckians will never endure Goe belism Democratic Discrepancy The Democratic party under the leadership of William Goebel in Kentucky is in a worse and more critical condition il possihle than the Democratic party in the Uuited States under the leadership of William Bryan In Kentucky Goebel has destroyed party harmony he has forced the former leaders of the party to private life be hoe stolen from the members of the party their rights in conventions and primaries ho has caused Kentucky to he placed in the hands of Republican party to remain an in efinite period in a word be has destroyed the party in Kentucky by rascality and thievery He in unprincipled anda dangerous man With his insatiable desire for positions- of public trust and honor he loses sight of partys interest and friends welfare He never enjoyed the friend of a man whom ho would not for when bso doing his own ends could hA accomplished lIe ouce en joyed the esteem and friendship of that page of Kentucky Democracy lion John G Carlisle and when he deemed- it popular to desert this friend he dido When it was necessary for him to obtain the enmity of Judge John T- 1I01Igf that his pleas might be fat warded be did this too and declared that he has a doubledealer and an unmitigated liar He forsook Capt Stone the man from Kuttawa when was necessary to steal the nomination for Governor lie has gone further than to betray his party sass elates When politics in Renton coun ty were under the leadership of an other man and it became necessary a for this man to be slain that his ambition might be gratified he provoked and slew him It is marvelous to note the history of this man of evil ambition This Judas Iscariot is as abominable to Kentucky Democracy as the Judas Iscariot of old is to the religious world He has bound the decrepit Blackburn in chains of adamant For what pun pease That tits own ends might be accomplished Kentucky Democracy fur the past year Loa been under con cued- has trot of this apostate Tde party been destroyed anti a new code of faith has been Instilled into the hearts of many Partisans Under the leadership of the apostate Goebel and the decrepit Blackburn the Democratic party made it impossible for frauds to be committed in elections especially- by Iepublicaoe The law bearing the title was declared Ian demas mm Goebel and Blackburn tog the local politician In the famous Music Hall platform we find this lan guageWe indorse the amendment of the State election law passed by the last Democratic General Assembly of Ken RepublieltnGovernlr ment to be in the interest of honest and fair elections its faithful enforce ment will render impossible the com mission of such frauds as were perpe trated in this State in 1896whereby the will of the people was overthrown and the State lost to William J Bryan1 If this law was not faithfully enforced Mr Goebel and company are responsible for it The election was undoubtedly held under Goebels decrees and no man is responsible save Goebeland his tools This is the partys endorsernentbut the language of the man Onebel had nothing else been said should condemn every man that said slight about fraud But the half has not yet been told the further we go the more ridiculous the contest becomes In his speech at Loa isville Goebel with clenched fist fac- Ing his Savior in Heaven declared 1 have the election right where I bad the convention You cannot count me outand you cannot out count me This is what Watterson said too But this is not all at McHenry this Beelzebub screamed The Republicans may do the voting but we Democrats will do the counting This statement should have buried its author in everlasting oblivion but there is still more If there is to be stealing of votes in Kentucky hereafter we propose to do the stealing shouted the decrepit Blackburn at Mayfield to which the apostate Goebel said amen at Har roceburg in his speech In the face of these and numerous other statements these two disappointed politicians have set up a perpetual howl of Republican intimidation fraud force and corruption When a Democrat elates that the Republicans stole this election he gives himself the lie and nine tenths of his colleagues Having held the recent election and counted himself out this same murderer assassin and thief has concluded to carry his case into then legislature and there bulldoze enough men to give himself the Governors chair If say man or let of men should be averse to a contest most assuredly it ought to be Goebel and the entire Democratic party The legislature will never seat such a man The manhood of which Kentucky has so haughtily boasted will never permit it Goebel desires- to keep himself at the head of his party as long as pocsiblefor when this contest shall have been settled he will have become a thing of the past Blackburn and the Senate If Kentuckys honor and reputation have ever been maligned by men of public favor that time is now and J C S Blackburn is the maligner and defamer of her glory Less than two years ago this same man who has grown fat at the public crib caused to be martialed around the capitol building the State militia to the peace and restore order This same Blackburn bad a friend Sand ford by name killed by another man i Goebel by name and at the tomb of this very dear friend this same Blackburn invoked the God of men to spare him and be would make it his liles mission to avenge the death of his brother friend by burying his slayer- in the depths of merited public execration The prayers of the wicked availeth nothing consequently this prayer was a vain one Instead of complying with this iuvo cation he decided he could better bury the slayer of his friend in that merited execration by making him bis bosom friend It was this same Blackburn that persuaded the widow ol Stmdford to withdraw the damage suit of 825000 that he himself had instigated against William Goebel for the murder of her husband It was this apostate Blackburn that supported force fraud and thievery in the recent campaign This same faithless renegade politician proclaimed all over Kentucky that he did not want the comm Fsiun as Senator unless it was signed by Win Goebel Governor of Kentucky Wm Goebel is not Gov ernor of Kentucky and never will bend the legislature should deliver Mr Blackburns goods to him after his own choosing and be will never again disgrace the fair name Kentucky by representing her people in the United States Senate tjoebel has been fair ly defeated by the will of the people anti yet this man of dignity was the first to suggest a steal of the high office of Governor This man of losl houor has been nominated by the Goebel critio caucus to succeed William Lind say in the United Stales Senate It is quite probable that this nomination will mean his return to a seat in that great body of men yet there is some doubt If this career be Democracy the sooner it is destroyed trio better oft will society be Blackburn is a men ace to popular government and Ken tuckians demand his retirement The Blind Tiger The blind tiger u raging in most every town in the county In various communities the tiger is bold enough to declare himself a privilegedchar acter For a number of years the people have suffered from the effects of the illicit sale of liquor Time after time indictments have been found against these offenders of the law and in nine cases out of ten the Commonwealths Attorney would move to throw the indictment out of court and as a rule the Circuit Judge would comply with the request of the Attor ney and the indictments were thrown out of court From such conduct of our courts the blind tigers have been encouraged not only in a certain locality but everywhere in the county It has been very sad to the Christian people in some sections of the county They have had their revival meetings broken up by the frequent visitors of the tiger The peace has been fre quently broken on numerous occasions by the tigers patron While Hartford had saloons the tiger had no place here but ere the saloons had been cloeed a fortnight this animal had come to Hartford From the nature of his decorum he seems to have come to stay His ef forts to take the town have met with wonderful success so much so that the people have become alarmed They have organized a club to urge war against the tiger in all the future courts When the Commonwealth Attorney moves to throw out an in dictment the anti tiger clubwill have a man to object and if the Judge will not give them a fair trial they propose to swear him off the bench and elect a man that will act accord ing to law Those towns infested with this creature of perdition should have a similar organization to that which is in Hartford They should join for tunes and destroy every tiger establishment in the county The whisky men are organized against the Chris tian people everywhere and it is emi nently important that those opposing the illicit sale of liquor should link their interests together and make an united effort to exterminate the offend ers of the law The members composing the antitiger club are the very best citizens of Hartford They are very desirous that the law may be en forced To this end they are earnestly laboring With an effort upon the part of the new town officials the good people will succeed in banishing from our midst the most cursed of all crea tures the blind tiger 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at last one dreaded disease that science hu been able to cure In all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is the only posItive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting direct ly upou the blood and mucous surfaces ot the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature proprletoshavepowers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY Co OtHalls Family Pills are the best AntlTlgor Resolutions At a public meeting of the citizens of Hartford Ky held in the Circuit Court room on Friday evening December 22 1899 the following resolu lions were adopted as expressing the sense of the meeting to wit Whereas The people of Ohio county bare by a fair vote and a decisive ma jority decided that the sale of Intoxi eating liquors is an evil and is hurtful alike to the citizen and to the body politic and that the sale thereof should be by the law prohibItedand Whereas The people of the town of Hartford the county seat and chief town of this county have by a free and fair vote fairly and honestly taken and counted decided that intoxicating liquors should not be sold in this town and when this vote has been success fully contested in the courts of the State have again by a free und fair election recorded the same decision and have followed this decision by a long legal battle in the courts of the State wherein this decision has been upheld by the law of the land and by the judgment of the courts and Whereas The people of Hartford with but few exceptions are law abiding people and desire to give no offense to the good citizens of this county whose business or pleasure brings them here by setting at naught the thus recorded will of the majority and at defiance those high obligations which rest alike upon every citizen of town and county to uphold and respect and obey the law and Whereas It Is the desire oi the bon orahle people of Hartford fur the protection of the peace and good order of society as well as to guard their own homes against evil to give hearty and organized support to those in author f1s shock and itratri of beinjf dlUyUlfough outl seem to be extraore dinary Rut it is not nearly T so wearing upon the1 average womans new OIlS system as the strain and drain of the evI themarriedwoman sdsU It is not the great shockof the storm which wears the stone but HA the continual dropping So In womans life it Is not Mb the great demands upon i her energy which wear her out but interminable leakage of her strength through the diseases that affect the deli cate womanly organs To this ceaseless leakage of- strength is as much the as the duty of women It can be done once for nil by the use of Dr Pierce Favorite Prescription This medicine is not a cureall but specially designed for a specific the cure of the chronic diseases peculiar to women It allaysinflammations ulcerations and cures the displacements which are rat the bottom of womans i miseries There is neither opium cocaine or outer contained in Favorite Prescription For wl to an I almost helmcondition uflerlnr from female wftkncu write 81- Bvedlt Kti of Hirernun Wuhlnr ton co Fla la September 1 decidedto Dr Pierce Farorite Pre She took MTeral bottles of the medicine and rare birth to a ten pound lOa on January jut 1898 She U now well sod doing her homework A gift Dr Kerces Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 pages Is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of stampslathefor cloth binding Address Dr R V Pierce Buffalo N Y Ity who are charged with the high duties of seeing that the laws are obeyedand enforced and to aid when ever and wherever possible In the suppression of lawlessness and crime andWhereas It is being openly charged that there are some lawless characters here who defiantly trample law and order under their feet for the lll gotten gains which they hope to reapand who thus proclaim that they will not obey the mandate of this free people fairly expressed at the polls now thereforeBe resolved First That the good citizenship of Hartford will not permit these lawless persons to insult and offend the good citizens of Ohio county whose county town this is by defying the law against the sale of in toxicating liquors or by disregard ol the peoples recorded will in any other particular Second We pledge ourselves to use all honorable means to bring to justice and to punish in the courts of law all those who seek to violate the recorded will ol the people of this town prohibiting the sale of intoxicating liquorsThirdWe pledge to the officers ol the law to the County Judge and to the County Attorney and to the Cir cult Judge and the Commonwealths Attorney of this District the hearty assistance and support of the law abiding element of Hnitfotd in an hon est effort to cbtain a just and adequate tnfoicetnent of the law prohibiting the sale ot intoxicating liquors here and we respectfully ask of the Circuit Judge sad the Commonwealths At torney that no indictment for the vIo- lation of this law be filed away or strIcken front the docket until a fair and speedy trial of the offender has been before a jury of this county to whose upright and fearless judgments we are willing to entrust the rights of this community in this particular Fourthin an effort to bung about the purpose of this meeting and or ganization as expressed in these reso lutions we earnestly ask the aid and support of every citizen of this county who believes In the maintenance of the right of a community to govern itself by the expressed will ol the ma jority of its citizens and the protection of society from that class of criminals who for gain are willing to violate this law just as the same criminals would for sufficient gain disregard any other of the laws which guard and protect the life liberty and property oi the citizen and would violate the homes and firesides whose only safety and protection in a land like this is the rigid enforcement of the law COMRADEM of Schnrlrrrlllo N Y who mrred In Company Eo 6th Vermont Volunteers had other town to battle with after hit return from the late war lie recently wrote I have used Dr Miles Restorative Nervine for nervousness brought en by the use of tobacco and too close applica lion to business It pvc me prompt relief without leaving any unpleasant effects The result was beneficial and lading I heartily endorse It DR MILES RestorativeNervine guaranteefirstBook on heart and nerves tent free Dr Mlles Medical Company Elkhart Jnd WHAT WE SAY WE DO WE DOI WE SAY WE DO THISJjWe sell the best goods we can find ut the lowest prices we can afford no TIIAII at any price Our stock is equal to ANY better than MANY All new and uptodate Below we give a few prices Ladies Furnishings Ladies hemstitched Handkerchiefs the newest fn town at all pries ranging from ic to 50 cents each See our display of newest and latest things in ladles Ties A very fine variety ol Misses Rain Coats and ladles Mclntoshes A large assortment of Hosiery from 50 a pair and up Ladles fleeced hued Hose extra quality Iron 10 tt 35 cents A full line ol ladies Corsets from 250 to 1 25 including the celebrated tIppedAUpholstery DepartmentIA large and beautiful assortment of Xmas Rugs Something new in this line Portlers In prices to suit the times See them pairDont Telescopes Traveling Bags and Dress Suit Cases Something one would appreciate fur Xmas Colored Dress GoodsISee our line of Covert Cloths Plaids Serges Novelty Suitings Henriettas Poplins etc Our black dress goods must be seen to be appreciated composed of CreI pons Cassimers Broadcloths Mohairs etc A nice line ot striped and figured Outing Cloths and Flannelette toe per yard ComfortsC- alico bed Comforts coveria jtooExtra 750 to 1 oo Shoes and Blankets Our Shoes for ladies gents and children are the talk of the country Call boysThemarket at 3 25 Good 104 Blankets 400 Better grade 5oc 6x and 65c Good 114 Blan kets 750 Better grade i 25 up to 500 Skirt Lining DrocadedSateen call and and we arc SURE of It The will be to all We show you our stock and will your visit I which In this matter as in all others is the fairly expressed and duty re corded will of the majority FifthThat a copy of these resolu Lions be furnished to each of the coun ty papers with the request that the publish them and a copy thereof b presented to each of the following of ficers to wit Hon W T Owen Circuit Judge lion J E Rowe Com monwealths J P Miller County Judge and Hon M L Heav tin County PIRTLK IT MIUHK Com- O M SUULTZ I In Momory Whereas Through the operation o divinely established laws the inexorable band of Death has been laid upon the Hon R P Rocker for many years an honored and efficient member of the Board of Trustees of West Kentucky Seminary it resolved By the faculty an students of this institution that in the death of Mr Mocker we In sor row recognize the loss to our beloved Institution of an enthusiastic support er a faithful friend and a valued and efficient counsellor That we desire to give public ex- pressIon of our sincerest sympathy with his bereaved family acd his host of relatives and friends That a manuscript copy of these resolutions be presented to the family and that they be published in the county papers List of Letters Remaining in the Postoffice at ford Ky which if not called for in 30 days will be sent to the Dead Letter Office at D C I Mr W G Kirk Mr Steve Ellis I Mr Campbell Johnson Mr lames Mlze Mrs Jennie Bennett Mrs Mary Hill Mrs Loney Bennett Messrs i Roach Stogner Miss Annie Sullen ger Mr Birch Felix Mr John Cook Mr P L Clifton Samuel Hall Mr Lee Warden Mrs Mary Hoover Re1 H 11 Carter Miss E Williams El der C A Brown Persons calling for any of the I otters will please say that they saw them advertised WOOUBUBV TlNBLRV P M It goes to every Ca tarrh Cure It cures Hay Fever and all forma of Catarrh Pncer mailedon receipt of price See adver tisement tt MURDOCK CURB Co Atlanta Ga Dont forget to save your Laundry 2 for Lyman Williams Telephone No1 32 and 46 i OF lipiGttttty r THECLOSROFBUSINESSe DECEMBER 30 1899 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 415393 Overdrafts Secured 2056 64 Overdrafts Unsecured 52939 Due from National Banks l36ooS3 Banking House and Lot 500000 Stocks and Bonds 131066 Cash on 10252 53 Debts in Suit 50000I74848 98 LIABILITIES 1000000 Due Depositors 63205 28 Certified Checks 100000 70d7484898SSworn to before me by S K Cox this Januay 2 1900 L WALKER N P 0 C My commission expires Jan 10 1902 Stitement of the of the OF HARTFORD At the Close of Business Decent ber 30th 1899 RESOURCES Bills Discounted 91 00036 Overdrafts Secured 120000 Overdrafts Unsecured 21682 Due from Banks 52830 26 Cash on 11257 40 31IOther Real Estate 3t3S Purniture end Fixtures 1000 oo Current Expenses 260348 Debts InSult I 596 55 16571653 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 4000000 Undivided Profits 420348 Surplus 207 Deposits Subject to Check 88944 91 of deposit 5256107 Dividend Unpaid 5 oo 16571653 JOHNC RILEY Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by J C Riley Cashier this January I95o JOHN T MOOR NPO C My commission expires Jon 28 1900 Furnishing 25C for mens Xmas Initial Hand kerchiefs 5oc for mens Xmas Neckwear In fine quality of silk or satin in all new shapes styles and fleets 5oc 75c and 100 lor mens Oxford Mufflers all styles- A beautiful line ot mens fancy Sass penders at popular prices- A handsome line of mens and boys fancy and white bosom Shirts in all new and late patterns Our mens half Hose department Is full and complete In late novelties Mens Xmas in natural wood handles also a vast assortment ot ladies and mens fancy Umbrellas for the price from 75c to fi 50 trimmedtJust received a nice line and boys fine lists for Xmas Gloves cf all kinds for Ing and street wear Young men ask to see oar excellent line ot Clothing and handsome coots for Xmas Linens Fancy Napkins 5006 c 750 and 85c per dozen All bleached dinner Napkins 650 to 135 per dozen Satin table Damask 390 490 500 and 65C I Colored tableDamask 15c23e45ciNice line of plain and fancy from 2oc to ft oo per pai- rCloaks TowelsI I Our assortment of ladles and misses Cloaks and Capes is new and up to date The Cloaks are in all the new shades and styles We have Capes In Broadcloth Plush and Golf effects We respectfully invite you exemine our goods before purchasing elsewhere pleasing you politest attention given are anxious to make profitable RIP TCOLLINS HARTFORD KY r Attorney AttorneyJ Be Hart Washington above partMurdock STATEMENT lank Hand 6000 CapitalStock Condition UK Hand Tlinecertificates Mens Goods Umbrellas Over to In Momorlam TrIsler Ky Dec 30 1899 It Is once more my painful duty to write of the death of a beloved friend a model neighbor Ideal citizen and Christian gentleman J W Miles of Trisler Ohio county Ky On the 25th inst at about it a in he fell a victim to pneumonia complicated with an acute neuritis of sciatic nerve the latter at times during the leaf three deys preceding death giving him In tense agony I think I may safely say he lived and led a blameless life from its incep tion until the end embracing a period jot near Citynine years Perfection I suppose Is never found this side of the Beautiful Beyond bat In this case as neighbors will testify It was bard to find a genuine Imperfection I I Yes Will Miles as we familiarly called him is no more our neighbor patron and friend no more the lov ing and beloved husband parent and counselor in a worthy family no more to be numbered with the most orderlySwalking members of Pleasant Grove I Baptist church but from indubitable evidences of his acceptance so clearly shown in his dying hour all of us have an abiding faith that leaven is richer by one jewel and he at rest But five or six howl before his death when asked by the writer if he feared to die he promptly answered 0 no though I would like Tt stay a whilel longer with my family I am afraId to die adding we must die sometime anyway He was sadly laid to rest by the hands of neighbors and friends In the cemetery at Pleasant Grove on the 26th inst after a beautiful funeral discourse to a large concourse of peo pie weather considered by the Revt 1teatearth rest until the final morn when soul and body shall be united and 1 purified rest beneath Iht monument ol marble which will mark your graveIBut you have another reared by A well spent life that mon55ument stands In the heart of memory and with all who knew you here The free song ol the uncaged bird and the blooming wild flower will en liven the scene of your narrow dwell big but as oft as we pass that way a sigh will go forth for the friend we loved notwithstanding your triumph ant death assure us that re deemed spirit is safely housed in the bosom of GodIond happy in the full fruition ot the lively hopa which f j beautified your life JW M S a1Beaver a TA IdttrtrtttrhbrrdrdnhhbtptdttrldrldhihtdifrlBGldilihhi6htiti itifiMiti- i y Ftlil HO THE FAIR DEALERS With hearts full of gratitude wish to 141 express to their customers their MANY THANKS for their liberal patronage dur ing the year 1899 In many respects the past year has been our best We expect by FAIR DEALING COURTEOUS TREATMENT to all LOWEST PRICES BIGGEST and BEST SELECTED STOCK to make 1900 the banner year of our business Thanking you again for your kindness in the past we wish all of you a happy and properous New Year Constantly on Hand Pretty lino of Huge Dig line of Handkerchiefs Beautiful line ot Tics Towels Napkins Table Lineui Muffler Com forts Blankets Menu aud Ladies house Slippers Wool Mittens kid Gloves Everything that is ueeful you can find l in our store rrI r tCAPES JACKETS and OVERCOATS I J r Fifty new Stylish Jacket latest shade Taffeta lined worth 11260 now 5748 1 Fifecen Misses Jackets all shade Very latest Our price now 8400 Another shipment of 8350 allwool Capes will go at 8198 Men e all wool Beaver Overcoat cheap at 950our price 8500 i Twelve more of those finest grade Beaver Overcoats worth 81000 now 850 8450I8350 A look at any of these lines is all we i ask Then a sale is made Visit the store that keeps the biggest stock at low LIV ING PRICES The place i- sMv CO 1THE FAIR DEALERS f-Zrtileiretrllrllrrrrr rho rlr leer r AGENCY FOR DAYS IRON CLAD Made BootsSPure Gum and Strictly Guaranteed LPL PAIR S no CATARRH CAN BE CURED MURDOCKS CATARRH CURE IT GOES TO EVERY PART SURE SAFE AND PLEASANT For years his tbe medical fraternity sought a reliable and sure cure for Catarrh In this endeavor many hundreds of nostrum have been olnrw to a suffering publlcand the health of thousands have been completely rtltntd by them these various compounds causing the worst forms of Dyspepsia fiSprays and ointments are also worthless as it Is impossible to reach the af rl fected parts in this manner MURDOCKS CATARRH CURB Is a new and scientific preparation aid to be smoked in II pipe thereby the fumes and smoke going over the utire affected by the disease It relieves instantly the worst forms ot Asth ma Bronchitis Hay Fever Colds In the Head and all forms of Catarrh no matter what shape and cures when treatment Is continued for leas Double time No matter how little you are affected dont delay treatment Catarrh comes olten from simple colds Like all new and valuable preparations yon will find others saying theirs lire just as good Beware ot Imitations as they are worthless lirWE ONLY ASK A TRIAL TO CONVINCE Mailed to any address prepaid on receipt of price Put up in tin boxes ftoo per MURDOOK CURE CO box treatment for 30 days isr ATLANTA SA r IrstClassv l kc HBffl MARTIN Hartford Ky 1Amon the mpny firstclass livery stables in tho Uicin River Country I none are better equipped than Keown k Martin of Hartford It is run by young men who are energetic and uptodate in every particular WagonsjrFarming Implements in season Celebrated Birdsell Wagons a specialty Best of feed and your stock will secure best attentions t 7 Give them a call Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 5 Singer Sewing Machine Office Floating Studio is now at Hartford Mr JD Her was among our caller Wednesday Mr Henry Field aaa in Louisville first of the week Mr John Co Riley was in Liver more first ot the week Mr Charlie Field of lalrnd Ky was in town Monday Mr Usual Everly Render was among our callers yesterday For fine Photo Buttons call at the Floating Studio Telephone No 13 Prol H H Davis Centretown made us quite a pleasant call yester day Capt A B Stanley Rochester called at THE REPUBLICAN office Mon day Mr J C Hohimer Magan made TUB REPUBLICAN a pleasantcall Wed nesday Mr W E Townsend Cobden Ill is visiting his daughter Mrs T J Morton j Mr W P Narrows made THR REPUBLICAN a pleasant ail Wednesday Dr O W Prnitt ol Mansvillc Taylor county Ky was in town list Saturday rillt Is an III Wind That Blows Nobody Good That small ache or pain or weakness Is the II ill wind that directs your attention to the necessity of purifying your blood by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla Then your whole body receives good goestinglingis the great remedy for all ages and Both sexes Dyspepsia GompllctlcJ with liver and kidney trouble 1 suffered for years from dyspepsia With severe pains Hoofs StrstptfilU nude me strong and leery 70 B Emerton Auburn Me J Never fjHooTi rtllienreUrorliuitht noulrrlutlnr tnt only tI i Ttr iehb r th 1 1004 uuputtl Mr Luther Rogers Select visit ed the Rogers Bros Monday and Tuesday Mrs Oma Hockar and daughter Virgillne spent yesterday in Hartford with Mrs Leonard Bean Fruit trees grown to contract at 4 per hundred Write for particulars J Q A Rahm Leltchfield Ky 26 Miss Nell Austin after a pleasant visit with her sisters returned to her home in Beaver Dam Wednesday The latest novelty is the Magnify Ing Photograph Frame now at Scbrae ters Floating Studio Call and see it Mr Crocket Westerfield Fords ville was in town yesterday and made the RHPBBUCAK a pleasant call Mr Perd Tichenor and wife of Point Pleasant Were the guests of Mr Jas M Casebier and family yes terday We can furnish you with anything you want In the way of Sewing Ma chine supplies Call at the Singer Office Mr Charlie Campbell vacated the alms house Monday and Mr T J Wallace assumed the duties formerly Intrusted to Mr Campbell Dr P D Renfrow wife and little souMaster Willaid Herman of Clover port visited friends and relatives at Dundee during the holidays Mr Sam Cox returned home from Cnlhoon Saturday where he has been in school the past five months under the tutorship of Dr Alexander Use only Singer Sewing Machine Oil and you will never gum your ma chine Call at the Singer Office for it GROSS WILLIAMS Agent Mrs Elizabeth Dlllraan who has been visiting her sister Mrs Re becca Vauget for some time has re turned to her home in Hopkinsville Note the tag on your paper and if your time has expired send ns a check for the amount dne and TitB Rerun LICAN will be delighted by your kind ness The little eight year old daughter of Mr Rd Foreman Narrows Is quite sick of typhoid fever however hope of her recovery Is entertained by the family Mrs Fannie Taylor of Russellville widow of Rev W C Taylor who was once engaged In a great revival meeting In Hartford is visiting her brother Sheriffs T Stevens The statement of the Hartford flank shows that the bank is in fine condition This is only what we may expect so long as it remains un der the management of its present efficient officers If you need any Enlarging done in the Portrait line remember 300 In advance pays for the best 16x20 Por trait that money can buy in a nice frame Work guaranteed at Schru ters Floating Studio Telephone No 13 Mr John Monroe of near Horton died last Saturday and was burled at the Bethel graveyard Sunday Mr Monroe was a highly respected citizen and his loss will be greatly felt by the community in which he lived His death was due to a complication of diseases Mr C M Taylor who was attend ing medical school at Louisville Ky died at St Josephs Infirmary last Sunday evening He was a bright and noble young man and died loved and regreted by many His remains were taken to South Carrollton for burial Farm for Salo Well improved and well watered Apply to R B Martin Hartford Ky LOOK send Laundry to- thoFROY STEAM LAUNDRY DAYTON OHIO your Shirts Collars and Guffs will always look neat and clean Laundry called for and deliveredLyman Williams Agt- P SLeavo your Laundry at TelophoneNos FI O f URE FcjR rims aoldf tdrta- ba N UMF TK The Singer Manufacturing Co has opened up a branch office In the build Ing formerly occoRled by Thns Duke and will keep a full mpply of their celebrated machines on band also needles oil and all kinds of sewing machine suppliesGROSS WILLIAM Agent Mr S H Phillips of Shrove has purchrstd the J P Steven farm two miles cast cf Ilprtfnrd and Inow In pissNiion of his iiew home Mr Stevens has moved tu Beaver Dun Mr Phillips is ai excellent firmer and he will be pleased with his ex change since it is in one of the best farming communities in the county The people of Hartford who are in favor of sierra inatlii tke blind tiger in this town are requested to welt to night in Judge Millers office The spelt sale of whisky must be steppe and now i j the time If you mean uhotyiu pre lch good citzsns conic foth nndIhow your hand in this tfloit to enforce the Uw Your presence is Urn stir solicited by the committee The Phcdl Court convened MOD day with ull the members present It would be marvelous to the pcopl of the county to know the rulure ci a terms proceedings i f this court Claims of varied characters ate pre Etntea tome are gray ted others re fused and as1 ink the members composing the board are greatly amused by the expressions of the claimants faces In ancther column ul the R pub lican of this issue will bs found the statement of the Ohio County Bulk for the last half of the great year 1899 The showing is an excellent out and demonstrates the great busi ness ability of Capt S K Cox as well as the prosperous condition of the county Any one wishing aid in the banking business will always fi id the Captain ready and willing to atfist Mr Jesse Magan of near Sulphur Springs died recently of pneumonia after a brief Illness Mr Magan was one of the countys very best citizens He had obtained the nge of sixty five when called from the peaceful walks of life His remains were laid to rest in the Midkifi burying ground after funeral services had been conducted by Rev G J Bean He leaves a wife and four children and a host of friends to mourn his eternal absence Our subscribers can have the Louisville Evening Post and the Republican one year for only 250 If you are taking The Re publican send in the 150 and the Post will be forthcoming An accident unparalled In Ohio county occurred in the West ProvU dence community Dec 30th The scene of this awful misfortune was the happy home of Mr Noah Bur deu Mrs Burden was out on an errand at the well leaving her little children alone in the room The elder was in advance of two years The baby was about three months old The little one was tied in a rocking chair and placed near the fire for comfort It was left in care of the twoyeariold child In the mothers absence it is supposed that the child was rocking the little one when an unfortunate moment the chair was overturned Both of the little ones landed in the fire remain- Ing there until screams hastened their mothers return After a day of awful suffering the baby died early Saturday evening Funeral exercises were conducted at West Providence Sunday by Rev H Brown The eider child was badlyiburned and not expected to recover but at last re ports It yet lives Grasp All and Lose All Many peopleare so intent on grasp ing all that they lose strength of nerves appetite digestion health Fortunately however these may be restored by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla which has put many a business man on the road to success by giving him good digestion strong nerves and a clear brain It does the same thing for weak and tired women Hoods Pills cure tick headache in digestion r Subscribe for the Hartford Republican now Only 100 in advance egGoebel has seen that he cannot get the legislature where he had the con ventlon and consequently the caucus tonight will consider nothing but the nominations lor legislative offices Owensborro Inquirer Gov Taylors strong and patriotic message to the legislature carries di recily to that body the powerful arguments that he made before the people during the canvass preceding the election It is a state paps that has never been exceeded by the work of any Governor of Kentucky in dignity and power of expression or in the clearness with which it treats of the fiscal and administrative aflalrs of the- commonwealthCommercial CENTERTOWN KY We have jutt passed through pleasant holiday week And are ye spared to perform the labor left fur u todoOur sick are nearly all able to be up Richard James has gained strength rapidly and Is able to ride horseback Mr Willis Rowes daughters are recovering from their recent illness Mrs Wilson Rowc is thought to be improvinGOur stores are nearing completion rapidly and will soon be ready goodsDr of Sacramento is in our town prepared to do good dental work on short notice Rev T X Rowe a magnetic heal er is with us and ready to drive your pains from your body Mr Prank Ross has returned from his Western trip Mr Albert Rowe has gone to Indi ana this week on business MIssDeua Woodward has finished her school and after a visit to her par ents here nccompanied her cousin Mr Foster Howard to his home in Owensnoro where she will visit a short time DrRlchludFostcr made a pleasant visit to the families ot C L Wood ward and Isaac Foster last week We gladlywelcome such boys as Richard and Foster to visit cur little town Mr Nt F Arbuckle and wife ol Lingo Mo are visiting their sister Mrs Fannie Davis at the home of H H Davis and the brothers and sisters of Mrs Fannie Davis met at the real deuce of H H Davis last Friday night and had one of tbe best old fashioned prayer meetings that was ever held It would have done you good to have been there We need more prayer less whisky and swearing Success to yon and a happy and prosperous new year Make your slate read for McKinley and Bradley Taylor has Kentucky now PEARL Program For Ohio County Teachers Asso elation to be held at Hartford Jan 2oth19093oto Opening Exercises 10 II Physiology What changes ought to be on Text BooksI E R Ray 1130What real profit Is gained by studying Physiology Ernest Woodward W C Bell- NOON 200 Wht becomes of the preco clous child Miss Dora Gibson Miss Rachel Sandcrfur- Untrutiifulncss in childicn U C Botnet W S Young Charactermaking periodH H Davis Fannie Rend- er230300What are the Greatest needs of cpr Common Schools Gen eral discussion introduced by Supt Rogers30033Is the present tins tee system badJ E Davidson T J Mortou33D4Geceral business Adjournment Fox ROGERS 0 M plUTTI L Com T J MONRTON All county papers please copp I G A R Mooting Preston Morton Post No4 wllll install their officers on Saturday Jan uary 6th 1900 Every comrade is ex pected to be present The old comrades In town will prepare a lunch on this occasion for the visitors to have the old time possum baked beans and bacon cracklin bread hot coffee etc ONE OP Tug COFFEB COOLERS HaveYou Heard OIK You may have heard aboulSCOTTS EMULSION and have a vague notion that it is cod liver oil with its bad taste and smell and all ir other repulsive lea tures It Is codliver oil the purestand the best in the- world but made so palata ble that almost everybody can take it children like it and ask for more SCOTTS EMULSION looks like cream J it nour ishes the wasted body of the baby child or adult better than cream or another food in existence It bears about the same rela tion to other emulsions that cream does to milk If you have had any experience with other socalled just as good preparations you will find that this is a fact The that are combined with the cad fva oil give additional value to It because they tone up the nervous system and Impart strength to the whole I body lIdruslSCOTT York I I 4 HJllSi8 CollgkI Not worth paying attention youhave youhavecough It annoys you also because you remember that weak Is a coughAtAt first It Is easy to cure At last extremely difficult AlleriCliellil 1 T Pectoralquickly conquers your little if backing cough y There Is no doubt about tthe cure now Doubt conies from neglect centuryAyersbeen curing cold sand coughs andprevemingconsumpiion It cures Consumption also If taken timeelse Keep out of Drlgtra cticrrD Pectoral Pinters over gOut tugs If loa cosine youbook Oat Htdloml Doptrtmont It you btTt any wh- sear I best medical ir ToaeaDpotirounwT tin doctor rreI You will rtc U a Ilomnt rplbW1UIOOIOOl Lowell surf How to Got Rich The way to get rich is to trust no body befriend none get all you can take all yon can get stint yourself and everything that belongs to you be a friend to no man let no man be a friend of yours heap up interest be mean miserly and despised for some twenty or thirty years and riches will come to you as sure as disease disappointments and deathand when pretty near enough wealth has been as cumulated by a disregard of the char ities of the human heart and at theI expense of every enjoyment will finish the work and the body is burled the heirs dance and fight over what you have leftaud the spirit goes where By all means get rich It will pay the devil says so Whats in a name Everything when you come to medicine When you get Hoods Sarsapapllla you get the best money can buy- Marrlagoe Mr J W Taylor Beaver Dam to Miss Erea Austin Beaver Dam date of marriage Dec 28th Mr J N Cole Dundee to Miss Maud Smith Fordsvllle date of mar riage Dec 28th Mr Thomas J Keown Horse Branch to Miss Liza Smith Horse Branch date of marriage Dec 28th Mr E H Morrison Htynesvllle to Miss Tina Harrison Etnavllle date of marriage Dec 3ist Mr William Boon Echols to Miss Lessie D Wilson Echols date of mar riage Jan 1St Mr C T Funk Clear Run to Miss Emma Handley Clear Run date of marriage Dec 3ist Mr Ira Miller Rockport to Miss Lueller Brown Centertoxn date of marriage Dec 31st Mr S A Ashley to Miss Nellie Tichenor Smallhouse date of mar riage Dec 3ist Mr T C Hosey Select to Miss Flora B Arbuckle date of marriage Jan 3d Mr C C Lanbam Fordsvllle to Miss Eller Spencer Fordsvllle date of marriage Jan 4th The first people who will live In the twentieth century according to the computation a writer in the January Ladies Home Journal are the inhab itants ofagroupof mid Pacific islands To women who contemplate visiting the Paris Exposition next year Edith and I in Paris in the same magazine will prove helpful and interesting The Boer Girl of South Africa The Mother cf the Stare summar izing Maria Mitchells achievements and The Home Coming of the Na kannies are also features of notable interest in the January Journal Franklin Fyles writes on The Re hearsal of a Play and the author of Mr Dooley gives a convulsively funny account of Molly Donahues musicale Albeit W Smith contrib rates more of his exquisite nonsense verses Edward Bok writes in pro test against A National Crime at the Feet of American Parents and in contrast Is shown The New Ilea in Teaching Children Ian Maclarens discourse on The Minister and the Organ and the last of the letters that passed between Gail Hamilton and Whittier brings the correspond ence almost to the close of the poets life A score or more articles of spe clap value to women touch every phase of homemaking By The Curtis Pub lishlng Company Philadelphia One dollars year ten cents a copy J ItdacateYour lloweU Wlh CatI Candy Ca harts cure coniUpatlca focrer It C CO til druciliu refund monty CARSON 0 COI r 1The leaders in Dry Goods Notlon Clothing and Furniture will continue to give Chairs to their customers for the next 90 days on Cash purchases only On account of an advance in Furniture we will change the ticket from 1500 to 82000 for the same rocker and wewlll also have a 81500 ticket and Will Give You AoOakDiniog That matches the Rocker You can have your choice Should you not want to buy enough to get the Rocker by buying 815 you can have the Dining Chair We think perhaps We May Continue to Give Away Chairs Throughout the entire year Should we do this it will be a great opportunity for you to FURNISH YOUR HOME WITH CHAIRS FREE OF CHARGE We have lots of goods that we are Going to Sell At AboutI Half Price Mens and Boys Overcoats Ladies and Childrens Jackets and Capes Millinery GoodsNo tiona and Furnishing Goode for both ladles and gentlemen Why Do You SHIVERBecause 7 temper ature is not temper ed to the shorn coat tthethe warmth all froz en out of the wool M mi LIVE TO To keep your circus lation lively Car son Co have a rrline of Ulsters and f Overcoats that are BloodWarmersAND HeartReioicers Prices600 andr81250 merely nomi nal you see but fulltof warmth e CARSON COrva1 L GROCERY ftInew Grocery Store In Hartford m the Griffin block corne-r f opposite the poutoffice and will carry a general l stock of all goods in my line I am going to give the lJ people some revolutionary prices on Groceries and I ask a share of their trade on a cash basis All my t J fresh from the market and of the best quality I ukmylfriends of the country to remember me when in and make my store their headquarters Iwill HartfordtI right and sell you goods at right prices I I a make it profitable for yon to trade with me All Groceries sold in Hartford delivered free of charge Yours for traderz s B1 BCOLLINS 1 J r CJ EIBE tJ Hartford Ky j Has opened up a General Store the only one in town Call an examine my goods and get prices before buying elsewhere It will be to your interest to do so This town goes without saying with the country people to be the highest town in the county il But he that Says so As long as I am in business fhere will misrepresent the town C By the help of the people I expect to sell goods as cheap as the cheap e 14thechange for go- odsEuilcl i- r CI I5IcDcozn r O1nrEona J TRANSFER LINE==W =N rtAnrcn3 sea arkvs2s sale I3SRTFOR X Y I A FAST AND EASY RIDB IN THE MOST COMFORTAiEi VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED 1 r fI Now is the time to subscribe for thebest sir newspaper published in Ohio county J tt 4 1Co 0 she 0 r 1 i ONLY ONE CURE FORSCROFULAaTherarodozensofrcmedIeNreCOmmefld SI S I S Is Scrofula Iome of them no doubt being afford temporaryrellof but S S S Is tt oIuteIY Remedy Equal to thisthe completel CU ealed I I II one of the most obltlnal of diseases and Is beyond the rOsCPI theI Obstinate 01blood purifiers anc cdueB 8 S more than a mere tonic f It clule ii equal to any blood trouble and never eyer ROM down to the seat of tho disease thus permanentl1elllninating trace of the taint The serious consequences to which Scrofula surely 1eft dt should Impress those afflicted with it tho 1m of wasting no time upon treatment which can not posilbly effect a cure In many cases where tho nong treatment has been relied upon ar- Iwelllngs have resutted for which the doctors Inhl that a dangerous surgical operation Is necessary Mr II E Thompson of Milledgeville Cia writCA bad case ot Scrofula broke out on the myMCI which had to be lanced bnd caused much was treated for along while but the phycllln a when X able to cure me and my condition Ta II began their treatment Many blood medIe S WP S S 8 arni but without effect Some ono II fo v bOttl1 ntrzninentlv000tinuing Specificand have never had a sign of S S S FOR THE BLOOD reach and cure obstinate deepseatedIs the whIch can proniPtonly remedy upon it Slfl not experimenting with the arIoua- socalled blood diseases Dy rellng blood troubles can be promptly cured- Instead ofwhichgradually but surely undermines and never fails tothe aJw Cnncer Bheumatbn Contagious Blood Poison Bolts cure Scrofula ftclnslat upon SS S nothing can take Its place Tetter Books on KarrfMnd eases will be mailed free to any address by the uI IInIR ComPAny Georgia 4 n y ehepghingles The word cheap had two meanings it may mean cheap quality or price When I ue the word it applies to the price Thats not egotismIIS business Ive built up the biggest shingle business in thi section country just by sticking to Highest Grades and Lowest Prices And I could not have done that if I had used the word cheap carelessly Ofcourse I sell some lowrade shingles but even on them the price is leap same as on the higher grades HERE ArtE TIISCommon grades sin dimension Cypress Shingles 175 per 1000 No I Yellow Poplar Sringles 2 10 per 1000 Best Star A Star Whit Cedar Shingles 2 85 per 1000 Best Red Cedar Shingles 3 10 per iooo Grade for these plces cannot be equalled My Cedar Shingles I roolltheyany amount of any kind of shingles want at and see me about it Write if you cant call Thea 3E3 iFleoitLtin DIUJIID It will only cost you 50 cents extra to ride all in a Cottont Belt Parlor Car 25 cents for a half Seated In a large revolving arm chair with plenty of space around you you can enjoy as much freedom and ease lIS you please Jfyou are a smoker I ou will enjoy the large smoking room with arm chairs and couch The ladles will in the splendid ladles lounging room with its lounge and inviting arm chairs and Its roomy dressing room You can have your meals in this car at any hour porterhousetor a a please to eat it and you will only have to pay for what you order Th Cotton Belt l the dlrret lino toTrui tin trains run through from Cairo and Memphis to Texts without chance Direct connections aro nada lit III junrt Inn fur nil I orto of Tux Indian Territory Oklahoma and the Fr Vcit Write 001111 u when you are coins and whfn you will IPHTC and wo will tell yon wat your ticket will coit which train tn Ink to mok thn bettlm anil connection and will tend you an Interesting llttlo txmklct t tRIP 13 Hill L f MUCH Ceil liSSTI ZEZe3ncL3=sor OUteIOUISVILLK I1KXDE ISOX ST LOUIS RAILWAY COMPANY Union Depot Seventh and iw Ticket Office 222 fourth Avenue Louisvillo to St Louis Yest St Louis to Louisville East No 41 No 45 f No 44 No 46 Leave Louisville 737a in 835p in Leave St Loul840a m 3ssp m 11 Owensboro 11401 m 1158 in MtVernon 12231111 U38p m 4 Henderson nap in 1255 ni Evansville 213P m 235a U a Evansville 1151 m 1353111 Henderson 246p m 3103 m a MtVernon Ill4i7pm 4293 m Owensboro 344pm 4ooa m Arrive St Louis 732P m 72011 m Arrive Louisville 745p m 730a m == 0 = A = = = No 41 Nt 43 No 45 Lwve Louisville 7 373 in 45op ni 9181 m- nn8p4 Hawesville 1043 m 8i4p m ni I Owenshoro 1 I4ta UI yosp m ii58p ru I Hendrrson 12451 nfl ioiip m 12554 m Arrive Evansville iisp m 10401 ni I25a m UVANSVILLK TO LOUISVILLR No 42 No 44 No 46 Leave Evansville 6503 ni 22op m 2453 m U 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OfAI 1 IME TABLE NolITJI IIuhlNi SOUTH nousntI JJ i III 331llrllass laiao i 111 2tIl2ii3 p ii- iw2253 I p m moi3i p in I c c VCLZ tt AlentI Tho Boer as a Fighters The world since the Doer war I881I has formed a very high estimate otIBoer skill with the rifle The fact is that the Boer is a lair shot thorought ly familiar with his weapon with thrIhOlse he rites and with the in which he lightsIThe Boers molbility He can ride to a chosen tpotI dismount and drop his reins fire a halfdozen shots mount again and co an to a fresh position Ills horse is rained to stand in the veldt her ever be is left His commissariat is of the simplest A chunk of biltong in his pccket will supply many meals for himself and the grasses of the veldt give abundant forage for hisI horse His skill with the rifle has been acquired in pursuit of large herds ofentelope But he knows nothing of the finer skill oi the deerstalker His favorite mark is a herd of two or three hundred blesbok I have seen i Boer refuse toCrsnt a single animal in the ground ol a too probable waste of ammunition The Boer has not been without his uses in the worldscheme of clvilizi ion Like the American backwoods man he has blazed the way for the march of progress His bold ands restless spirit has pointed out a path to the crowding nations ol the old world Ills has been the privations his the toll and his the peril But his function is at an end civilization presses at his heels the land from which hedroveout the Kaffir calls for a denser population He must submit to absorption or perish For the pres ent he refuses to be absorbed Mene inene tekel upharslnTbe Boer War ol 1881 by An English Officer Who Fought in it in January Forum F Z Wayne Griffin Bro guarantee every bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and will refund the money to allY one who is not satisfied alter using two thirds of the contents This is the the best remedy in the world for la grippe coughs colds croup and whooping cough and is pleasant and safe to take It prevents any tendency oi a cold to result in pneumonia novleb r The tidal wave that is now sweep ing over the United States is not oi the kind that engulfs towns and destroys property and lives It is a tidal wave of prosperity Indianapolis Ind Journal Tho Sick Made Well lace you any pain oracheor weak ness Does your blood show that it contains impurities Are you nervous Do you lack snap and activity of mind body Are you easily tired I lave you lust ambition Is there any unnatural drain upon your system Is every or can performing its proper function In other words Are you a perfectly strong active vigorous healthyhao py man or woman It not you should not delay one day before you consult- J NEWTON HATHAWAY M D tf 309 Church St Nashville Tenn The American people enjoyed their turkey this j ear to the fullest extent Prosperity and happiness reigns in r very section of the nation Laramle Wyo Republican Theological Education Dofocts The criticism is persistently made in various quarters to the effect that theological education is is some re spects defective that it does not meet the demands which are made upon the clergyman of modern times It is claimed that the progress made in i he theological seminary cannot com pare with the advances in the plan and scope of the work undertaken by the schools of the liberal professions It is Indeed vigorously asserted that the ideals ofresearch and iutellectuil industry which have been developed In the graduate courses of the hebt universities have fleeted the Hivinity school less than any other department of study so that much leunins to be done before the tchool OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes I Its The kidneys are your blood purifiers they filter out the waste Impurities the orI they are sick or out of order they fall do their work Pains aches and rheu matism come from excess of uric acid the I bIo1n nIt4 In n kidney trouble trouble causes quick or unatead thougtheyoverworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins and arteries- It used to be considered that only urinary kidneySbutall constitutional diseases have their begin 1nlnF kidney trouble you are sick you can make mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the creat kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases and It sold on merits Ilz1e In If to In In no sample bottle by mail HMM of snapRoot free also pamphlet telling you how to fId out If you have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y S can be said to be abreast or the edu catlonal movement of the last quar ero the present century That the highest type ol intellectual ife and of habits of thought indus ry has not been developed in the the logical schools is the opinion of In telligent laymen who are saying that their minister has become a force fnl and helpful preacher it is largely n spite of his work at the divinity school rather than because ol it It Is aid that the ablest and spiritually most ambitious of the divinity stu dents feel this lack and that man men are turned aside to avenues of study and work in which the oppor tnnitits are superior It is even whispered that while many choice men are still entering the ministry the congre gations are steadily becoming Intel lectually superior to the average min- Isters and that this is the reason why the Church is in danger of losing in some respects its hold on ethical leadership and Its Influence upon the larger movements ot modem times Not only is this criticism made but at times it Is alleged and with some de gree of bitterness that these defects ire not recognized by those who cot trol theological education that the theological seminary has so isolated Itself from the real work and problems of life that It knows altogether too little of the stress temptations and sorrows of the world to day The question at issue is aot whether these criticisms have been accurate ly thought out and precisely formu lated but whether the points are suf ficlently well taken to call for serious consideration Nor does the question relate to the correctness of the theo logical dogmas taught in these schools It is rather with the method followed in these instilutionstbe scope of their work and the actual results secured that we have to deal Education as such is the problem under discussion not soundness of doctrine In many ways the theme under consideration is the more fundamental ol the two in asmuch as correctness in mental hab its and sincerity in thoughtprocesses are absolutely essential to correctness of view Platos doctrine in the Ideal Republic that only philosophers are fit to rule has an important bearing upon the revival of leadership among the clergymen of modern times Ca pacity to think accurately and honest ly will always be the power of leadership and the function of the teacher Is still to lead others to solve problems rather than to assert opinions arbitra rily and dogmatically It is certainly true that the thought of the Church not only during the past few years but ever since the great theological discussions ot the Reformation has been so centered upon questious of be lift that comparatively little consider ation has been given to the pedagog ical condition of theological education No one seems to have written upon this important theme and no adequate history of the schools that have been set apart lor this work has been is sued Reconstruction in Theologi cal Education by President William F Slocum in the January Forum aGirls Who Make Poor Wives I never see a petted girl who is yielded to in every whim by servant and parents that I do not sigh with pity for the man who will some day be her husband It is the worshipped daughter who has been taught that her whims and wishes are supreme in a household who makes marriage a failure all her life She has had her way in things great and small and when she desires dresses pleasures or journeys which ate beyond the family purse she carries the day with tears sulks or posing as a maltyr The parents sacrifice and suffer for her sake hoping finally to see her well marriedThey carefully hide her faults from her suitors who seek her hand and Constipation Headache Biliousness Heartburn Indigestion Dizziness Indicate that your liver If out of ordcr Tho best medicine to rouso the liver and euro all these Ills Is found In I Hoods Pills23 cents Sold by all medicine deal- ersEntirelyReliable When you think you have bought gold and find that it is only elects plated brass you are disgusted A sure remedy for this difficulty is to deal only with responsible parties who guarantee their goods At the stoi e of WILLIAMS COAL COMPANY OF McHENRY KY JtwI them to be exactly as represented and give satisfaction or we will return the money paid for the goods It wilt not cost you a crnt to tett these goods it they are not as represented because you can return your puichafc and get your money back after wearing the article sufficiently to know exactly what it is It you live too far away from Wilt laws Coal Co to get the goods there and no other ol our customers are uear you write to us direct and we will send you the articles you need fully war ranted to be sent by mail We will alsosend instructions on the careofthr case how to clean it etc on applies tion W F MAIN CO Eastern Factory Cor Friendship Eddy Streets Providence R I JewelryPactoryconstruction Iowa City Iowa Over 52000 feet of fool space 24 TfiE S K ARE MADE WELL Anil tlio Vcnlc rre Kemtorwl to Full Vigor and Strength ctli Hittuliiortlie Great est nonlernr IernTimes eikneAroYou61o jl II I karl 1ellA anICIVrlrfr Io1a1II Are 1 5aiII biriiJraln rjon tin pb ii f rmlnJ 10 wnif Kiclune lii 0 ill VonlM lcirciIrI J IIIWUml JirInlheotI I I- nollnJtf fairlI1nlbnlk k on 10 u I a iva rlld 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HATHAWAY M D eosODChulThlil Tcn- VKxrroN TillS rArcii WHEN WRITING she is ever ready with smiles and allurements to win the hearts of men and an average man is as blind to the faults of a pretty girl as a newly hatched bird is blind to the worms upon the tree about him He thinks her little pettish ways are mere girlish moods but when she becomes his wile and reveals her selfish and cruel naturehe is grieved and hurt to think fate has been so unkind to him Howe Journal a a I want to let the people who sutler from rheumatism and sciatica know that Chamberlains Pain Balm relieved me alter a number of other medicines and a doctor had failed It is the best liniment I have ever known ofJ A Dodgen Alpharetta Ga Thousands have been cured of rheumatism by this remedy One application relieves the pain For Eale by Z Wayne Grit finBro m The darkest hour in the history o any young man is when he sits dow n to study how to get money withon1 honestly earning it I twothlrdi pink with setting nnUh 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TltttHNtUttfNfWttMNMMfNMifc That xtmn nark ran tn cured wltb Dr Silica NE11VB ILASTEIl Only So Several persons for District Office Managers in this State to represent me in their own and counties Willing to pay yearly payable I withfchanged Enclose nddres5rd sttnllltd envelope S A Park 320 Building Chicago 19 i6t Used in Millions of Homes Accept no substitute Insist on LION COFFEE in lIb pkgs These articles mailed FREE exchange for lion heads cut from front air lb LION COFFEE pkgs Gold Collar Button Malfed free for 5 lion head cutfrom LJon Cafes wrappers end a 2cent stamp Made ir of and with motberofpcarl back I tillable alike for ladle and gentle men Ibis ihapo Is handy and popular Daisy NeckPin Genuine HordEnaroel and Gold Fr I S lion headland I a 2crnt lilme The actual size jewel JkM enamel Stalled I lion head cut from Lion Coffee wrappers and a umuually flue brush aabriel Max poem Bride The tend with each a haia some copy Wiling about It 1528 1i Dorothy and Friends way lines 5th St Sabit Soot Seelir o erery C- u4 Wt WANTED surrounding 690 Caxton in A bright cheery picture For 8 lion head and a 3e Ump A bright cheery fClCKn ingalittiegirlpia jngwilhherehiccnsandherrabbita The predominating colors era rich and greens Size 14125 lathes Tot 10 lion heads ant t eot stamp wo Llnnederc either OMes Stylish BeltBuckle gold with Roman finish and Ml with jwelIn This will ie welcomed for drencdtiB occaaloniby the ladle to wear different colored gashes The ROldflnlih goes well with of Given lion heads and a Scent stam- pLadles Apron Made of good quality lawn with altemato nrerlne and tucks broad hem at bottom and U gathered uperioraodltrlll7atlcle Inches Given for 20 lion heads and 2ctnt Ump Fruit Picture SlIoahedand 50Foot Clothes Line ISlionn2ccnt stamp Made of closely hrIIn1 tthn thrcadi and will give the t lOil- lUalAction General Directory CONORE8P10NAL I ay SenatorsHon lion W J DeboeIFourth District lion D R C Jnrnnptn 01110 COUNTY CIRCUIT COUKT j TOwonJudgeOwcpeboro AttorneyDwensboro T H Black Taller hartford S A Anderson Clerk Hartford Howan Ilolbrook Master Com mls ilnnei hartford G B Llkuna Trustee Jury Fund Ilartlord I 8 T Stevens Sheriff nartforll1- UeputiesD XI Uocker T II Benton U B Martin and W H Tinsley Court convenes tint Monday in March and August and continues three j weeks and third Monday in May and Novembertwo weeks COUNTY COURT JaB P Miller Judge Harttord M S iUglandClerk Hartford M L Court convenes first Monday in each monthQUARTERLY COURT Begins on the second Monday in each mouthCOURT OF CLAIMS Convenes first Monday in January and Tuesday after tho second Monday in October OTHER COUNTY OFPJCER8 N Moxley Surveyor O D Royal Assessor Fon Rogers School Supt CoronerSulphurSprings JUSTICES COURTS T A EVANS Court will be held at Fordsville on March let June lit September tat and December 18th I B F GRAVES Court will be held at Butord on March 30 June 29Sep tciiiber 23 and December 21 S J WKILER Court will be held at wu Spring on March 28June 27 September 26 and December 23 It B TAtfoltCourt will be held at Cromwell on March 4 Juno 10 September 2 and December 9 W J Ri4FCourt will be held at Centertown on February 13 May 29 August 28 and November 1 Preston Morton Post NO4 G A R hold their regular meeting Satur day before the first Sunday in each month in Court Hall at i oclock p m W A CARSON Cora I JOHN C CHAMBERLAIN Adjt WantedAn idea =IaWrlle7S WaobIngwn 0 Cfor thIr ills CCIV 54 uu ot two SaDdled lareaUOB waett stamp orledog aSic your I Box of Colored Crayons I heado at ac PinewixersyonlSheen colors accom crayon Ii wlthltronsper to Childs Drawing A collection of nice outllna J bound form sheets of tissue tweon tho leaves On tlsiue ptlgClLhO I trll f eye These books Naval See It Fly brated box kite now to popular Thirty long tome safely folded can beipreadto Every boy one and older also are Interested Pr 10 lion and stamp panted with Outline coloring wrapped prevent break lag Book pictures be reo can and drawing and Box Kite Tin ode and quickly American nailed fre6 for lion heads cut wrapper and 2ccnt Ump Illinois GiliI Rai1r BH8T MOST POPULAR nflUTR TO Memphis New Orleans Atlt A II IMIIMTN Iff IHitAN IS ill IXiC AN- ItJIII1X Gas Lighted Vkstilmled Trains xvitbv Cafe Cars Pullman Hlccrxirsnnd Ftoo Reclining Chair Cars to Memphis and New Orleans Pullman Tourist Car leaves Louis vlllo every Thursday nipht and runs through to Calilornia Now Orleans and South Pacific Sunset Route Duulilo berth rate from Louisville to pruIrtlonnlclypoint Tho Truo Winter Kouto to Cahlornla No Blizzards Cold Weather Snow- Blookados For particulars write to J R Hoi Hi Traveling Passenger Agent for C RR Louisville Ky Alto uk- him to send you a of the Southern Home Seekers Guide which ii re plete with interesting information concerning the Southern territory It will be mailed to vou free On the first and third Tuesdays ot eachmonth Homo Seekers tickets aro sold to Southern and Southwestern point at Special Low Rates good to return within twentyone days Irora datn of sale Liberal stopover arrangements A H HANSON G P A CIIIOAUO ILLINOIS W A Kelloud A GP A Louisville Ky cvuawith- Y r abl- RoomrcU DROPS thousand its Ir4- I e tlalayu Id TMllraonlali and TSI PATS IrMtmtol tre- e2lILsuKJS Mil Hot KAIIaaMOa Our he rctnrntd It we fall Any one tending ixttch and description ot promptly receive oar lIte concerning the petcnUMUtr of aame How Obtain a Patent seat request Fateata secured through na adrtnlted for sale at our Patents taken out through ua recele iftfeial KtUft without charfe In Tlia PATEXTRECoari an Illoitrated sal Idel circulated Journal coniulted lanofactrer and Intntot for umple copy Vats Addtui VICTOR J EVANS A CO Patent Attorneys Kt ana Billdlnr WASHINGTON D Co r dsirlagatrlptoIheunion IlaIb G The Corn That Acheran 11 k pemered b1 a Iii Ara Salve Me No Jwlton All Snug Stall Mil It or tnallM toe irIwn rent by GIANT CHHMICAt CO BOO Cherry SU Pklla IONcOFE I i1IIustraUoIIIJ MrnithII IIECOIWIialUmore5II 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you can You save postage by trimming down the margin Ask year grocer fOr large Uluetnted list Address all Ictttra to theage with the lion head In front It Is absolutely pare II the package j Is unbroken UON COFFEE I routed the day It leave UM factory WOOLSOHSPHJE 00 ToMo Okie r it It I