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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i- r L sr r fVa tTSI 1 OJUbb1ng PLLte-I yeatL25TheI The Republican and the Toledo 0 Blade I year 1 25 The kepubllcan and Louisville Dispatch I year 1 25 The Republican and the Globe Democrat t yesr 150 I lPln a QrDl llltia JOHN P MORTON AT1ORNEY AT LAW iiAurronn KY Special attention given to nil busi ness entrusted to his care Office in Court House M L HEAVRIN Attorney at LaX7 HARTFORD KY Will practice all the courts of Ohio amladjoining counties and Court ol Special atten tlon given to collections SHELBY TAYLOR JtTTOlWJKI ATLA W- IlAKrtOKI KY Will practice his piofwsion in all the court 01 Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals Special ntten tion given to all assignment in bunk ruptcjr C M E RNEIJIJ ATTORN Y AT LAW IV JfFOKD KY Will practice Lu protuation in all tbe 1eourta otOhionnd ailjoiniiig counties I Careful attention will be given to a c business entrusted to his care Col le tioai a specialty JNO B WILS- ONAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY IsPEdAL attention given to col making abstracts Ac CountyOfficCl R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his in the the court of Ohio and adjolnln- fcountiesAho Notary Public 3E3 3F lSrEAL- Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Il bls In all tbe Courts of Kentucky Specialat gven to collection settle went or decedents estates road cases and criminal practice Office up lUirp next door to Griflinadrug store J S WeddingATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR it UW NOTARY PUBLIC II RTPORD KENTUCKY Will practice his profession in all the court 01 Ohio arid adjoining coun ties and the Court ofAppeals Prompt attention given to all business entrust to hIs care buildingJr JOHN T BON- EATTORNEYAT LAW VKNTtKTOWN KY Will prnrllrolu JrnhiInn In nil tho narl of Ohio mill nijuliilnx ruunllm nnd fenrl ol tIIrMI ft rrlNl Nllrn tlon llm I mllrelloui Ofllrelii W A Itonr ItnllillK Ae AYlO Attorneyat LawHAIITTORD KY Special attention given to all business entruited to his care Office in Court House BE LEESIMMERMAN Attorney at letvtf HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession in all the Courts Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly at tended t Office with T J Smith St CL Market Htrcxst JE DAVJDSON I Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties Specialat tention given to all business entrusted to his care St JF DFtoJoy ATTORNEY AT LA WF- OIUIMVII1E UKNTUUltY Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio soil adjoining counties I and Court of Appeals Special at tention given to Office next door to Post Office J KDWIN ROWB P L PKUX Rowe Felix La yersHARTFORD KY Will in the Courts of Ohio IIohntyandCourt ofAppeals Prompt ttentlolJ given to all business en rusted to our care Office in Herald building SES The Southern Railway x Throg Eight Bl Soi1hn Blat is- Ii Kentucky ViainNtItIVnI4- hun Alabama Trimmer I Worth tnoUinrlilr ifliuiippiI X 6463 Miles Thjee Dally Trains V Between LouiaviUeand Lex ItI I9Jta ft Stref Union Depot coni riecUha with trains of tire fl IIHrroi Central Railroad and 1 r v L U 81 L Halfway SVIarInformation Addrras L A Vtidoii PIcT Ai 216 4th iii leolsiilli If 1Win HsTijioi Asslstint 0 AlauISlIlllf tl JUIPiE IV nnrIiiI wUI1S0YONfl c lI OEJt flitEe L THE HARTFORD KEPUBEltlE u 1 1VOLJvV 1 n ACTS GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS LEA1155 THE YSTEM fLSEFfECTUALLf 1G tilJEAfE 5 tiA GONSTIPATION PERMANNTLtITS r fCrAL BUT THE ftCNVIINtMArlVo OX I SYRvPcoglV rot IAU1 4T PU No 11InL REMARKABLE CASES Norvous Prostration Curva turo of tho Spino Curod by Osteopathy at Franklin Ken tucky There has been an additionaloper ator added to the force of the infirm ary in the last few weeks With this additional force oi well qualifiedop era tors and with tbe new building so wellarranged for advantageous work tbe infirmary is able to take care of an increased number of patients with out a diminution of that earnest at tention which has characterized the institution from the beginning and juitly given it the reputation it bears Prom the many cases which have received treatment and have left the Institution we give the following not because they are in any sense peculiar or exceptional but simply because they are representative of the work constantly done Case No I A lady for 13 years an Invalid accidentally heard of the science of Osteopathy decided to give it a trial11cr case given in her own words lit as follows On the 24th ol June I started from my home on a bed for Franklin Ky to the Infirmary of Osteopathy I had been treated for 13 years by the best physicians of the old school for nervousness headache and other troublesThey had given me medicine for every kind of disease fed me on whls ky and morphine and at the last when I told my physician that I intended to go o Franklin ky he said to me They may be able to help you Three days rarely ever passed without my having taken medicine and for the past four summers I had been confined to my bed most of the time The least noise would throw me into nervous convulsions and I would have several in the course of a day The only thing the physician could do for me was to give me whisky and morphine for relief- I have now been under Osteopa thic treatment for three months and while here have not been in bed a day or taken a dose of medicine While I am not well I am better than I have been for years and I know I have been very much benefitted After a visit to my home it is my intention to return to the infirmary for I honestly believe that this is the only possible remedy for my trou bles There are many cases where the dl sease yields more quickly and more readily to the treatment than in this Instance It is better however to describe cases which show marked improvement than to take those cases which yield so readily to the treatment For these latter are calculated to waken a confidence In an Instantaneous cure which will not be sus tamed in tbe ordinary case It is na ture that cures and we have to wait for the processes of nature All the Osteopath can do is to restore the har mony that shbuld exist in the human mechanism to reduce the lessousand quicken the circulation and theVitqui t i librium of the nervous system I Case No 2 Another case at tlit i firmary during the past few months Pis that ofa little boy This case goes to show the gross ignorance ol the medical fraternity and that their ays tem ol diagnosis is a most imperfect one This child was taken with mea sirs in February having at the time A very bad cold A physician iwaa called and prescribed a few doses of calomel The chill kept getting worse until his life was despaired of About this time an Osteopath who was temporarily in the place was called in and gave him one or two treatments and the child commenced to improve During his convalescence it was noticed that the ends of his fingers were two or three times their natural plze ntubby or clubbed fins ger His breathing was quick and hard In the absence ot an Osteopath the physician of necessity was called again and after consultation said he would be a cripple for life and that be had either consumption or matter on the lungs and in tIre latter case a surgical operation would be necessary and if the former nothing could be done but to let the dsea e take its course It was determined to Rive the Osteopaths a chunce although tbe medical men advised against it as a dangerous course to a child in hit condition Notwithstanding the advice the chUrl was brought to tire Southern Infirmary at Franklin Ky and his trouble found to he curvature of the spine and was traced to n hard fall ol some mouths brfore In lour weeks tbe curvature w n gone tbe consumption was gone and to day the child in the picture of health and the lather and the allopathic uncles arc students In tbe Southern School of Osteopathy at Franklin KyIIt in such cases as this standing to Osteopathy It is such cures that give a reputation to the science and overcomes the medical trust and causes the people at large to accept it as a better system than med icineCase No 3 Among the many cares receiving treatment the one given herewith is illustrative of one single type It would not be hard to collate enough of such cases to fill the entire paper but it is not neceesary Does Osteopathy appeal to reason Do these results really follow Will it Apply with equal success to all cura ble diseases These question are answered affirmatively and emphasized and enforced by the work of every Os teopathic infirmary- It is such results that have gained for Osteopathy recognition under the law and a most enviable reputation as a curative agent It useless to ques tion the truth of Osteopathic results They are heralded from ocean to ocean by the grateful patients who have regained health through this great treatmentCurvature of the spine is a serious condition and many cases have baffled the skill pf the best physicians of the land The following Is a state ment ol a case treated here in 1898 Paris Term May 4 1899 Southern School of Osteopathy I gladly give my consent to have Ruths care published Before taking her to you at Franklin Ky she was examined by some of the best physicians in Ten nessee who pronounced her disease curvature of the spine and said all they could do was to use a plaster of paris jacket or a surgical chair and were not very hopeful of a cure then When I took her to your infirmary in June 1898 she was unable to stand erect the muscles in her lower limbs were sbunken and she was tooweak to walk more than one block She is now sound and well Please publish my name with thisYours sincerely A ELMORB For Catalogue and Journal and oth er information address Southern School and Infirmary of Osteopathy Franklin Ky Incorporated England In Egypt Nations like Individuals have their streaks of good luck and of bad For several years alter 1882 England in Egypt could do nothing right The ambiguous position which she had taken in that country leaving it neith er universally dependent nor really fiee hampered her diplomacy and tarnished her good faith It ofieted a perpetual weak point of which pier op Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls CQurales and lessens ambition beauty vigor mayhave and cheerfulness soon disappear when the kidneys are out of order ordiseasedKidney trouble has become so prevalent It Is not uncommon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kidneys II the child urin ates too often If the urine scalSs the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able to control the It Is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend It the cauls of the difficulty Is kidney trouble th6 first step shoujd be towards the treatment of ittwe Important organs This unpeasa- ntttsoj3 due to a diseased condition of the IdinQy and bladder and not to a hWt as most people Suppose Women as as men are made tots erable with kidney bladder tniuble and both JI 6d the same rernedy The mild and the Immedlafo effect SwampRoot Is soon realized UTsf61d by In fifty cent anaonedollar sizes You mallJ that and and Rome OS sasalpnm the all about it Including many ol tha thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Blnghamon N YLbC suoj aad mention this piper r HARTfORD CLLE9 HARTFORD KENTUCKY I EASILY THE LEADING SOHOOL OF THIS SEOTION OF KENTUCKY SPRING TERM BEGINS JAN 22V 1900 AND CONTINUES TWENTY WEEKS I I I NOTE TIKES rA3DT7 3MT7flLC333S Healthful Location Strong FacultyWellEquipped BuildingThe Best Methods Superior Environments Complete Courses Low Expensesi Departments JO L Collegiate DepartmentB- y reference to the year book ot 1899 and 1900 it will be observed that the courses ot study are more complete and the field of research broader than they have been at any time in the history of our institution As advancement is made in culture and intelligence a demand for institutions of a higher class of work is 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 subjects to be pursued It is our olin to teach students to think and act for themselves Not only do we endeavor to arouse in students a desire to master the study which they are to pursue but to instruct them in those general principles that lead men to n higher and nobler plane of action Students need as we think instruction in their social re lations and moral conduct We endeavor to thoroughly impress upon the minds of our pupils the important fact that accuracy ot knowledge thoroughness in mental discipline I correctness of expression and morality are neces sary to make lire what it ought to be and can be made The following branches will be pursued during th spring term Mathematics Geometry Surveying Astronomy Trigonometry Mechanics and Calculus Latin Beginning Latin Cccsar English Literature Pancoasts text some of tbe recent writers Pbilosophyof Literature and Drapers Intellectual Development of Europe and General History Sciences Botany Physics Psychology and Chemistry Besides these a number of classes will be organized to suit the demands of the pupils Iri tact we feel safe in saying that we are prepared to meet the needs of all Teachers Courses These courses tire under the instruction of the ablest teachers jn the school and the work done in them covers every branch required by tbe State ra County certificate a State certificate or a State diploma Every faithful and energetic teacher expects to at least complete these courses andobtain 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 tbe very highest grade instruction in each particular line of tbeteacherswork In order to do this each class has been placed in the bands of a teacher who has made a spec laity ol the work and who wilt spire no painsto make the work popular and effective While we give such instruc tion as will best prepare for examinations we most rigidly insist upon a thorough understanding of the principles of the subject taught Our work in Pedagogical lines is ins tended to develop more capable and conscientious men 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 Wjit log Composition Grammar Arithmetic Geography History Civics Physiology Educational Psychology Meih ods Physics Geometry Literature or Latin If so this Is the place for you to attend school as teachers classes will be sustained in all the above named branches during our spring term Our work will be thoroughly and hon estly done and will be done according to the best methods that experience and observation suggest pouents on any question could take occasion to embarrass tier and in Egypy itself it tendered any efforts towards reform and progress at the same time irritating and ineffective England refused to command and Egypt refused to take ndvice the conhtry was bankrupt besides wall comatose Cholera felt tipon the land and demonstrated with merciless co gercy the utter incapacity outs ad ministration The Mflhdi arose in the Soudan and demonstrated aa met cilessly the hopeless disorganization of its amytlritish help Illuminated the with fi Jew flashes of barren glory bntlJtthejqrjely death of for don Jeft jtj coveredwHh a deeper and 4 permanent pall of shame France bullied and Insulted and Ingland sat week Her interventions conceived in t 1tLta intentions toward clyU Egypt herrrlf seemed only to have complicated bad policy by bat faith multiplied bad luck by bad judgment On a period of tbree years of utility L COLLEGIATE TEACHERS PREPARATORY COM MERCIAL ELOCUTION MUSIC AND LAW VU L Special Departments These are Music Law Commercial anti Elocution each of which is in charge of thoroughly competent and experienced teachers Miss Wolcott of the Depattment of Music received her training in the Conservatory of Chicago and is a most excellent teacher Judge J S Glenn is a lawyer of ripe scholarship and wide experience and is admirably suited to tbe Law Dc partmentJ in charge of the Commercial Department is a graduate of tbe Bryant Stratton Business College of Louisville Ky Miss Roll of the Elocution Department is an elocution 1st of rare powers and superior culture We guarantee the most perfect satisfaction in all these DepartmentsStanding Hartford College For a number ot 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 allowour graduates to enter with one years credit and without examinations Louisville Medical College Indiana Medical College UnlverMty ol Louisville Cincinnati Medical College Belleview Hos pital Medical College N Y Vanderbilt University We also hue arrangements to enter our graduates without examinations in the schools of Liberal Arts Wash ington Lee University DePauw University University ol IndianaVanderbIlt 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 offer This Institution also agrees to furnish us with a list of questions and allow us to examine any one of our pupils who may desire to attend its school This must mean to the thinking man that Hartford Col lege is above the ordinary educational institutions ol the country Any one desiring a course in medicine or den tistry will do well to consult u- sExpenses TUITION Per term of ton weeks 800 For two terms In advance 1500 BOARD This is always by far tbe largest itemof school expenses hence we worked hard to reduce it to a minimum and we believe we have succeeded as we can offer students tbe very best board in private families at the low rates of 2 00 per week This Includes furnished room fuel light and everything except washing So that the entire ex penses here for board and tuition for twenty weeks need not exceed 55 00 Examine our courses 61 study and see if you do not need something in thcm- ExperImental Laboratory and Practical Field Work are some of our leading features If you waut to learn and are willing to work for knowledge this is the place for you if you are seeking luxurious ease and sensual enjoyment bettar go somewhere elseIFor further information call upon or writ- eTJMORTON Pros O M SHULTZ Vlco Pros and failure followed more thart a dozen comparative obscurity Egypt was still by way of being a weak joint in Englands armor with a live wound beneath it but during this period tbe world at large heard little of the Nile Valle and cared less Then suddenly nt the end of 1898 Egypt pushed in the world again and everything was utterly changed With the inter national ftus ot an undischarged bankrupt she waefp1ndtobealmoste- mbarRSIIlngly solvent Her people were tnote prosperous than they had been in a history of nine thousand years and there wasa continual de mand for capital to develop her re sources She was entering on the strength of Her own credit upon a prrject to tame nnd regulate the Nile that would have stopped the most pyramidal pf the Pbaroabs The Sou dan had been conquered Ina series of campaigns which for economy effi deney and prtcislonhave never been excelled in history And France the unrelaxing opponent of half a genera 1 tion had withdrawn from the best position the long duel bad ever afford ed her and had signed a convention resigning all pretension to the Nile Valley forever As England could do nothing right in 1883 so in 1898 she could do nothing wrong The game was played she bad won every trick G W Stevens in Frank Leslies Popular Monthly for January A young man came into our store yesterday suffering from a aeveje at tack ot cramp colic writes B F Hess miller and general merchant Dickeys Mountain PatlHe had 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 nevet8aw a fellow so rejoiced II by Z Wayne Grif finBio m We olten cna5 our impulses not realizing that our impulses are apt to be just the quick longings of our natures to fulfill their ideals January Ladies Home Journal T 1TT I Tho Republican kindly invites its many merehantswhotheir trade It will be regarded as a per sonal iavor coy TAYLOR ON EDUCATION IMVORM DETTEH WAHEN roll Till TKArnKns ANII Jonill TFRJI OF IIIUOIH Ho Provos Hlmsolf a Frlond to Education In His Message to tho General Assembly III Plan ir A lupir i Will Prove Em liifiillyNnllnlnrlurr loirieNlnlr No genuine thinker or true patriot ever questions tbe truth andwisdom of the declaration uttered nearly twen tyfive centuries ngoby Aristotlethat the fate of empires depends upon the education of the children Itlsin common accord with the common experi ence of mankind And in abundantly illustrftttd in every essential tdvance merit in civilizitinn It applies with peculiar force to States with a Republican form of government whose real strength ard rtability rest alone with the people It in therefore ot tbe utmost importance that Kentucky should zealously guard her common fchool interests It is a matter for congratulation that the school con tinnes to grow in efficiency and popu lar favor from year to year as is evli denced by better attendaDceincreased number of districts that furnish local aid and more thorough preparation on the part of teachers The per capita for the school years ending June 30 18945 6 reached the highwater mark being f2 75 285 and 260 respectively for these years This arose from the following state of facts at the close of the fiscal year 1893 there was a surplus to the credit of the school fund of 315000 which was distributed through the three succeeding years This sum was sup plemented by collections on the in creased assessment oi taxable property for these yearethe largest ever known in the States history fora like period also from the payment of taxes under the Hewitt law by the banks and by an overdraft of 1200000 which had to be met in subsequent years Subsequently the shrinkage in as sassments was enormous the system of bank taxation changed greatly re ducing the revenue derived from these institutions for school purposes and because tbe proportion of licenses fines and forfeitures formerly accruing to the school fund bad been greatly reduced by operation of law After the per capita for the school year ending June 30 1899 had been fixed large sums of back taxes were collect ed from railroads and other sources whichmaterially augmented the school fund This enabled the ad ministration to fix the per capita at f2 70 for the present school year A suitable building properly fur nished is a prerequisite to every tchool district If the public fund is to accom pUsh uniform good The present method of requiring each school dis trict to build and furnish Its own school houses must necessarily in a large measure fail of satisfactory results Moreoverthls method Imposes unequal burdens on the people of the various districts and is wholly repug nant to the idea on which our com mon school system is founded and maintained The injustice inequali ty and inadequacy of this method are readily seen in the fact that in many destitute districts under the present system of taxation only f20 to 140 per annum may be raised for this pur pose while several times as much of I ten results from a like tax in districts in the same neighborhood which have the advantage of railroads mines manufactories or other valuable prop erty A late decision of the Court of Appeals holding that the constitution limits the indebtedness of school dis tricts to the amount of one years levy makes it practically impossible for poorer districts to build comfort able houses and furnish them under any rate of district taxation short of practical confiscation and emphasizes the necessity for action by this General Assembly for their relief In many States the township or county rather than the school district is made the unit for taxation The desired re lief might result from legislation along these lines These suggestions are submitted for your consideration- In States where the number of children between fixed ages is made the basis for the distribution of the school i fund as is the case in Kentucky the annual census becomes a matter ot prime importance Investigations InI to this subject Inaugurated by the Superintendent of Public Instruction during the administration just ended showed that abuses ot large proportions had obtained In certain cities for many years under the old method of enumeration Such investigation led to the corrections in the census which results in a saving el many thousands of dollars annually5to the other schools of the gen eral law governing tbe census is prob ably adequate for the snftller towns and rqral districts but is wholly in adequate or tbe larger cities where it is necessary for trustees or boards of education to employ others to do this work Tbe last General Assembly 4 4 enacted a law regulating the enumer fromwhich however classesTosimilar censusInOne or the most deplorable delects theshortnessdistricts children seldom have an op thanfiveseriously schools Teachers can ill afford to prepare for their work in fact cannot maket achfng a profession under a employmentrorIt is not probabe that the school fund will ever be materially Increased by State taxation This difficulty over taxationasAnd ofour arulelocaltaxation patronizethemsolely on the State fund For these t lawahoulci tosupplernent atiun Certainly no valid reason can connty this important question for themselves jI desire to suggest that a strong memorial from your honorable 011thej for school purposes might result in Federal legislation that would add largely to our educational fund The Legislature of Maryland in 1821 adopted a resolution relating to this matter which attracted considerable attention at the time but the wrong to be remedied did not then effect so many people and affairs of greater moment obscured its consideration The States that came into the Union from 1803 until 1853 had secured for their benefit out of each township one section ot 640 acres of land and those admitted since the latter period have been granted two sections to be usedIin tbe maintenance of their public schools This beneficence has made a magnificent endowment for the educa tion of the children of the younger States while those members of the Union that originally framed it and in addition thereto Kentucky Ten nessee Vermont Maine and West Virginia have been compelled to pro vide for their system of popular edui cation without this old to which as component parts of a government made up of equal States they are clearly entitled To equalize the States that have none and those that have had two sections would require less than thirty million acres of land The records of tbe Secretary of the Interior show the United States stilt have over nine hundred million acres which under the constitution Congress has absolute power to dispose of for the public good as it sees fit Certificates issued as was done in aid ot the Agri cultural and Mechanical Colleges could be located and sold so as to bring large sums into the school lards of the several States There are thirty States that have been discriminated against in this matter and their Sen ators and Representatives would be able of themselves to right this great wrong and might be stimulated into action by such a memorial all the Gen eral Assembly of Kentucky could so easily adopt Program For Ohio County Teachers Asso elation to be held at Hartford Jan 2oth 1900 93010 Opening Exercises 10 II Physiology What changes ought to be on Text Books E R Ray 1130 What real profit is gained by studying Physiology Ernest Woodward W C Delt- NOON 200What becomes of the precocious child Miss Dora Gibson Miss Rachel Sanderfur Untruthfulness in children U C Bornet W S Young- Charactermaking period H H DavisFannie Render aooa3ooVhat are the Greatest needs of our Common Schools Gen eral discussion introduced by Supt Rogers 300 330718 tbe present trustee system badlJ E Davidson T J Morton3304General business Adjournment FON ROGERS I O M Siiuwz T J MONRTON Corn All county pipers please copp Z Wayne Griffin Bro guarantee every bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and will refund the money to anyone who is not satisfied after using two thirds of tbe contents This is the the bestjemedy in the world for la grippe coughs colds croup and whooping cough and is pleasant and safe to take It prevents any tendency of a cold to result la pneumonia novfeb t VVtV4VV L Zs y i a iy 1 7Hartford Republican I luudrrldsysbyth Hatttd Pub Colaeorperali d FON and LON ROGERS Editors Toleplioiao nviclnoco Offlco 33 Entered at Hartford postolfice is second class mail matter FRIDAY JANUARY rzaAS CERTAIN AS TIIKRK IS A GOD IN JIEAYEN AS CERTAIN AS THE WATERS TRAVEL TO THE SEA ASCERTAIN AS THE STARS SHINE AT NIGHT AS CERTAIN ETERNITYHURLS US ALONG ON ITS BOSON i- TO v THE FUTURE THAT CER TAIN IS IT THAT THE MEN ELECTED TO OFFICS IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY WILL HOLD THEIROFFICESW MOST any old thing bearing the name of Democracy stands high the Democratic legislative circles at FrankfortHarrel for example Tate far Goebels race in the legis lature is anything but Democratic The deeds there done would make Old Hickory blush lot shame TnEBE will be hot eain the old town tonight might happily have been sung by the Jam from the heights about Lsdrsmith Saturday last HAuoiiTV HeraldUar look at my pretty dress See my pretty no heelStuntyJeeee1es Aint no brains under it though Mm wonder why the great coon try in and about Eueaellvillo ever sent the apostate Harrel to represent them at Frankfort The explanation is clear That section is Goebelized and Harrel a ia with and one of the gang HAmlEt the bosom friend and ac complice of the Ooebel oligarchy has been charged with haviug obtained money under false pretense He will surely find it stormy sailing in and viciniAmen jg type L TUE little Herald parading in her new dress lar la just look at my pretty new dresa seems to have rubbed up against sturdy Jesse Williams in a mighty dirty way But my I Dont you spit on my new shoes II The dress idea and bra ills are seldom found in the same head CArr HOWARD made a happy b when ho arose in the Senate to a ofpersonal privilege aodsaldspeak ing of Harrel I willnot allow myself perverted by anything such a man might say Ho is not my associate nor equal until he clears himself the charges made against him Democrats IF the management of the fortun of Ohio county Democracy were le to the guidanco of the brains behind the diewy little Brcdf whose ing is done way back in Fox Alle her prows would soon be run aground the ship upturned and the selfrespect ing manhood of the party driven into the Republican ranks Proof The flirt with Mr Williams Supposed Speech of Williamt Goebel The following is the supposed speech of Mr Goebel before the great Dem ocratic caucus at Frankfort which was called to consider and conceive a contest Fellow Democrats Iam indcedI gratified to meet so many distinguish ed party representatives here upon this important occasion It should have been a far greater pLHEtire to me today to unfurl the banner of Demo cratic victory and greet you within it folds but fate it seems las not de creed it so I did all in my power to lead the hosts of Democracy to victoryp It was the hope of my lie intelligence of this ouspici us assembl convinces mo that nothing but Republican frauds such as were committed in the Eleventh Congressional district and in the city of Louisville in 1890 could have defeated Democracy when led by such a gallant company as this With all the lIallams Whallens Bronstons Browns Dukes Yosts and Johdsons in their lines we yet would have been victorious bad not the Gov ernor of the State called out the mi litia to intimidate the voters in Louis ville and had not United States Deputy marshals aided in intimidating th voters in that city and in Lexington Covington Newport and Jtowliug e 1Green But aside from that Fellow Democrats jc Defeated yet we are by no means conquered The spirit of proud Democracy still lives The sun of hope shall never set so long as Democratic blood courses my veins The crime of November 7th hall be righted and avenged TheI result of November can not It must not stand It shall not stand The interest of Democracy is against it and at take The political interee- and future of every Democrat here or overshadowed bj It t The Legislature la safely with u s I sad C B Poynlz yet lives The committees for determining the con tests for Governor and Governor can be safely arranged an their decision will be affirmed by the Legislature By the resignations of Ellis and Pryor wo will be able to so lect such men as will remember first nd last the interests of Democracy About these conclusions there can not be the shadow ofa doubt The IaN is ours andwith us None shall at tend its execution but ourselves The result of Its enforcement shall be to us the fruit of victory Behind the cloud is the sun still shining Cheer up my friends victory is yet ahead However much arena tome of yo u may be to instituting this contra po must consider end lend your moral aid If Democracy gore down iirde feat and tIle Republican succeed in inaugurating another administraion as successful as the last and if the election machinery of the Slate is sur rendered to them the hope of Democracy m Kentucky is doomed for a- in quarter of a century This is not a Sunday School Convention but a I Democratic council convoked to con eider the interest of the Democratic party If any man hero has aught against any member of the ticket le him charge that up to me and reserve it for future adjustment This contest must he And every Democrat here must be true to the faith and sign a pronunciamento to the people of Ken lucky This will give great moral strength to the proceedings to follow and will to many men justify the noww us me and mine I shall SylvesterIevery other Republican are turned out of the State house and sent to their respective homes Watterson Sounds the Key noteIProphesy is a cheap commodity which the public has doubtless grown tired yet it it a source of news for the editor In this vast age of prosier men have grown skeptic and are not much inclined to believe in prophesy veryrwe not to t 18 tchool Prophesies are most excellent when they hit and are not dangerous when they sustain a miss Col Wat terson made a prophesy on the 25th of February 98 relative to the Goe bet law in which he stated that if that measure should be placed on ti statutes free elections would be at an end in Kentucky that elections would be a farce Time has proven these utterited ankther But prophets do not always live up to heir prophesies Watter sons predictions were true but ho had upbyto d joined the hosts of evil but this wa for the sake of life master At one 1Yatleraoft n C would take up the cross of Bryanism beingYol galtl country Every financier in America in England in France in Germany in Italy and in Japan knows that roust of necessity be a basic ohef real of the 8th inst Col Watterson sounds the keynote for the 1900 cam He exhorts and entreats his Demo Goehclcratic constituency to thBryane repeated in 1900 The language o the Goebelized editor oa the teaucto the Presidentialcampaign willor at be more convincing to his worshipers than the language ot any other The language of tileI prophet Watterson follows Time vast output of gold in Sout lhet IShutas may in the end restore the lostI arity between the two metals There JohanY more gold than all the gold now in money circulation throughout th world There is an equal amount E 0ing precipitatedlikemarket In the face of such facteI what folly for Democrats to higcle and haggle about gold aUllsilver orIany kind of fiscal standards truth is the money question is settling itself Its sole presence among us ia to divide and disorganize and if there be any wisdom among the party lead ers they will right about as the great betoI ing themselves to that which is living and tangible plainthatWatternou is not a silver man and Woodeona probation which he grants ed the Colonel has futil and now the GoboDemocratic party in popeThisanism and fiatiem and warns Deraoc to take warning and link iufor tunes with the principles which the Republican arty as grown fat on and Expansion I Seaea tut I In tbe nation Verily the wjys of tb wicked are hard thus sayeth the Lord st SHALL WE BE FREE ronechildrend Kentucky is approaching nearer nearer with every sun a crisis unparalleled in the history of the sisterhood 01 States The scenes of dastardly political corruption resulting from the Goebel election law and the reign of Goebelism are multiplying with the passing of each day The removal of Republican election officers in Louis ville the expulsion of Brown challengers and inspectors from voting attemptsud steal in Nelson county the base and untcrupulous charge of fraud in Louisville the malignant and malicious charge ot tissue ballots made by the mendacious Goebelitea the unparal leled scenes before the State board of election commissioners the forcer abdication of Ellis aod Pryor have worked up all Kentucky from center to circumference These frauds and crimes which rapidly succeeded each- other have proven to be only the scenes of the first acts of the gigantic scheme of fraud attempted by the Goebel office seekers The schemes exposed at Frankfort show to sensible andratIOnal men the determined march of Goebel and his hirelings roughshod over the constitution and the will of a great people to the invasion of their rights and liberties By a prearranged preconcerted and predetermined scheme of this clan of political marauders the committees selected to try the contest cases for Governor and Lieutenant Governor were packed with partisans thorough ly in accord in every particular with ideal Goebelism securing on the one committee ten of the eleven members and on the other nine of the eleven In accord with every step of the game comes down the decision of the weak and degenerate judge of the Franklin Circuit Court not only giving Goebel decisionswhose weight is justly likened unto a feather but on his own motion dis solving the injunction in order on appeal to allow his own crowd to select 8the member of the Court of Appeals to sit on the appeal In the midst of all these crimes is hurled upon Ken lucky a practical sample of Goebel reprobateIy thWlIYet this is not all Their plan are laid their object fixed Complete control of State affairs is their aim regardless of justice and the people- decision Tbo decision of the Goebel committees on the contests for Gov ernor and Lieutenant Governor is as sure to be favorable to Goebel and Beckham as a dime is for a giuger cake The result of the work of the State board if Poynlz and Yonts re main will favor every Goebelcratic aspirant from Treasurer down to teat ter brained McChesney The consti tutional makeup of C B Poyntz is already known to be of the worst type of Goebel knavery And of all the hirelings of this infamous election thief none will sooner do the bidding of Dill Goebel than Morton K Yonts theserpolitical desperadoes portray their future a conduct Every part and parcel the Goebel scheme was carried out until they ran against the honor of Withethose men out of their way there lies not an obstacle between their last pur pose save the broiling blood of an out raged peoplegThe was e polls If calculations failed in that then next to count out in the count commissions And if in this the should fail or the people should be displeased theo the final work should Iethis last they have finally resorted The result ot this mockery of justice is as sure to be theirs regardless ofI what the evidence may be as their clsss H void of honor and dead toI reseanThis is the ominous state ot affairs in Kentucky What shall Kentucky dot Every interest within the com monwealth has suffered heavily al ready because of the continual tur moil and strife at Frankfort If Ken lucky is to be turned over to the care and control of such a clandestine band of highwaymen capital seeking investment will go to Slates controlled civifl g guaranteed and made secure preatender oppre se l rajlinl would be forced out and general oppression would follow in every channel of bus nesa Fertile fields would Ho un tended and vast treasures would con tinue slumbering in the bowels of the earth The yoke falls heavily alike on Republicans and honest Democrats The crowd of political thieves at Frankfort acting under the cloak o Democracy are as far from brio Democratic in spirit AS right in deed Honest Democrats cannot be censurec for their recklessness They are co related to such neither by kindred ties nor otherwise The true Demo crat is as determined in his opposition to Qoebeliam as Republicans are and more so because they claim his part name and full fellowship with him inspirit Honesty is the infallible criterion by which to judge true moo hood Party affiliations and part name signify nothing But to tbo grave question Will Kentuckians endure and sub- mIt to the outrages which are as our to bs I erpetrate I as the gang holds lout at Frankfort From the spirit ol the men whose blood made Kentucky immortal and the acme Kentuckian a badge of honor comes the answer no forever The spirit that has made Kentucky famous and dear to every heart is the same spirit that drove the sturdy pilgrim across the sea and gave to the world a Plymouth Rock The same spirit that refused to bear the yoke of English bondage lest its voice should be heard that marched through seas of blood pluck ed civil liberty from a throne be qucatbing to mankind the rich legacy of freedom that same spirit gave to us a Washington a Hamilton a Jefferson and an Adams that has stood for civil liberty in every conflict of the age that same spirit yet lives in the bosoms of proud Kentuckians and will ever guard with a zealous care the fame and honor of the departed brave Not Republicans not Brown Democrats alone condemn in the severest terms the course of Goe belism but every rational unbiased citizen of the commonwealth is far from countenancing such Every sense of decency and honor is again et it The manhood of Kentucky against it Education religion and every interest of the people are endangered by it Freedom that sat upon her lofty throne with wings outcast brooding dovelike over dear old Kentucky now shudders and shrinks from the awful scene Tom bleeding civil Liberty cries aloud How Ion shall I endure Kentucky cannot e dure Goebelism Kentuckians will never endure the frauds and crimes begotten and fostered in such a spirit God works for all Ye cannot hem the hope of being free With paral lels of latitude with mountain range or sea Marriage Anniversary We know not how to express our great gratitude to our numerous friends for their expressions of remembrance on the occasion of our late an niversary and not being able possi bly to reply to each individual send ing expressions ot the highest esteem love and respect we can only In this way return our heartfelt gratitude tor all the kindly expressions and valuable gifts received The donation t ofallnumerous to mention consisting money checks articles of clothing furnitureand table and larder supplies puts it pratically out of the question for us to want anything in the cull nary department lor many months to come for we scarcely have bestow our goods consisting ofboth the necessaries and luxuries ol life in surprising quantities These ifts came from every section ol Southern and Southwestern Kentucky embracing the whole Green River section of the State but ales for the sordid u CommYor came 1 draughs mountain and these from those of another denomination save n one instance which was in the case of our own children But we dare not close this edgment without making mention ofla very handsome and expensive invalids chair donated by our dear old nd beloved friends at UreenvllleKyI where we have vcryI short intervals lor the past Y years and not without satisfactoryI success May heavens dictions teat upon and abide with all our dear friends brethren and sisters who have thus kindly remembered u DR AND MRS J S COLHMAN Notice About the 28th ol December last a black mare mule About ten years old I5tf hands high bearing a barbs wire rut on left fore fodt above the hoof The owner can get same by calling nt mv home near Centertown yrRespectfullyk Centeitovrn Ky ISIIiVG IItmay be true of virtue that nut to wish more virtue Is to gain It but it is not true that wishing for health brings us a step nearer the realization of our strivesfingThat way and means are open tower If lingerd chute emaciation weakness a condition which if ncglcct or unskllfully treated leads to consumption begin at once the use of Dr Golden Medical Dis pcrfectI hundred who give it a fair and faithful trialSick persons are invited to consult Dr allYstrictly private and sacredly confidential and answers arc in plain envel opes bearing no printlnltupon them The experience of en ables him to suggest auxiliary treatment caseYAbout one ynr ago t began to be troubled with n dry hurting through tny brtttt sothstteouldhardly about or do my bouts work formyseifandhustrnd writes trL Alice llolton 6L Alton Co W V a I let m trouble on until boot rkrceaCfor such dlinie and I wrote to the World Medical AuocUtlon In a short time after reading the little book They won gave an answer and advised me whit to do I Col lowed their advice and I soon found relief by the use of Dr R V Mutts olden Medical m hare used three bane of It and now rel icea new peraon Dr Piercea Pleasant Pellets do not theyhavestnictions EXTRACTS From Hon R W Slacks Great Speech Nominating ExGov Bradley for the United States Senate In advance of the nomination of a candidate for senator he said In prefacing his speech it is right that I should make some suggestions in regard to theicondition of affairs in the State of Kentucky at this time I want to call attention to the fact that there are men here before me engag ed in the work of this legislature whose whole time is taken up con testing the effort to unseat the people elected by the people ol Kentucky These men and the contesters are doling their work faithfully and honest I want to call attention to the lact that white we are in the midst ol this work numberless men whose coun iesell would be ol service are scattered over the state apparently asleep apparently unconscious of the feet that the day Is rapidly approaching when every man be he Republican be he Democrat or be he Independent or be he anything except be an adherent ol Goebel is on the verge ol be- Ing disfranchised and disfranchised foreverand they are apparently asleep They dont seem to under theynand deaf If they understand the true situation almost every one of them would be here in Frankfort to night and I would like my words to ring out like an alarm bell and let the people know that their liberties are at stake and let them know that if the attempt in the present legisla ture succeeds they will be tree men nolongerMr then reviewed in detail the shameless steps taken by Goebel in the legislature to further the interests of his contest We have the senate selecting a committee on rules be said composed exclusively otiDemocrata We have the presiding officer ol the house naming a committee on rules exclusively Democrats Why That is a deviation Irom the customs of legislative bodies from the cus of the legislatures of every state in the union and from the cus toms of congress There isnt a state in the union where the com mittees ate not divided tbe majority of course takes the largest number of committeemen Congress no mat ter how partisan it isalways gives the minority representation on com mittees He we have the committees se lected all from one party It U done for the sole purpose of preventing the Republican party from knowing in advance any measure which may be proposed so that when the commit tee on rules comes with its report as in the senate the previous question can be moved and all the debate shut off All amendments were presented an instants time without giving men any time for thought or for the expression of their thoughts Tbe members of the legishture composing tbe committee to try the contest for the governorship and the lieutenant governorship have decided that no dispositions shall be taken They have decided that every man who shall testily in regard to that contest shall make a trip to Frank heslives or how important his testimony They have decided that all tvl dtnce shallbe given orally there la- on provision for the reduction of tel timony to writing The joint rules of the legislature which they forced upon UK have provided no time lot this committee to report they do not fix any time so everybody will knlw when Ihe tfpott U made so every will know and have the knowledge that it that time the re p rt Will ba made Tho chairman R TCOLLINS JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE This wideawake and popular house is open to the public with a largo list of Special Bargains ready for inspection This will be the beginning of our January clearance sale goodsfromnewest things nt the opening of each season Hence we will dispose of at this sale a large list of bargains CnpesCollarettesA few more Blankets and Comforts that must go regardless of price Special sale of Overcoats Great reduction in price of mens boys and youths Clothing Take advantage of our clearance sale of mens womens and boys Underwear Immense reduction in our Boot and Shoe de partment in order to make room for our spring stock We will offer you sonic rare bargains in this line Ten per cent offon all Macintoshes and Gum CoatsWe still have some nice things in our Dress Goods department and in order for you to get choice you must conic early Our Hosiery department is chuck full of bar gains in mens womens and childrens sizes Log men we have the genuine Woonsocket remarkablylowThe factory that makes pictures for us closed down for the holidays hence we are delayed in elegnntPitureNow is the time bargainsYours T OOrIr S has the power ol calling the joint sea lion to order at any hour ol the day or night The joint session can force a repoit from the committee whenever It seems proper Na member of the legislature ex apt the men on that committee will ever hear the evidence to be taken Every member of the legislature es cept them jvlll be compelled to vote on that report without any know edge of the facts in it When the report comes to the joint assembly the Democrats on the committee will have a report favor- Ing Gobel and Bec ham as the con elusion of that committee and the question will be presented to Democratic members ol this legislature ot saying that they dont believe the re port of this committee of Democrats or of being ostracised by their party- I tell you tonight that unless something Is done to check them these people will deliberately overturn the verdict of the people at the polls merciless and with a laugh on theh lips while robbing Smlllrip they seem wholly unconscious wholly ob livious of what they are doing They dont seem to realize that they are overturning tbe will of the majority of the free people of Ken tucky They do not seem to under stand now that they are setting the brains ol men on fire They seem as unconscious of what the people are thinking what the Republicans of Kentucky are thinking as the people ol Pompeii years ago were unmindful of the raging volcano whose fires and molten lava were to pour forth and bury them for ages to come Api plause Mr Stuck said he had been a Democrat and knowing Democratic feeling hi f It that were the conditions reversed the Democrats would neverI submit to what they expect publicans to endurebnt the Goebclltes woul not for a moment pursue the dastardly course they are on were they true II1heyhe observed Do unto others as yowl would have them do unto you They seem to think the majority of the peo pie of this Stnte will submit without a murmurThry forget said hedldne we1 gain OUt freedom by a seven years war 1 Didnt the men in England laugh in this same way at the wrongs of which our ancestors complained When they cried Give us liberty or give us death Did not our forefath ers sacrifice everything lor tbe righting ol those wrongs These men dont understand that that var with all its horrors was waged for one thing the right to votethe right to have repre sent tlon as well as taxationthe tight that the Republicans are now contending for Do these men with their smiles forget that those in power before the French revolution laughed at the common people and their complaints with wrongsuntll the people arose in their mlghtdestroyed the baatiledestroyed Given Up sparedtoA A Stowe 237 N 4th St San II had valvular heart trouble so severe that I was timtsThwdrkpftjperly and Circulation was so the slightest exertion roduced fainting There is no Ideddedtoresult I tonslder miraculous lam satisfied it saved my life DR MILE- SHeart CuroIt sold by all druprfiu guarantee backBookDr Miles Medical Company Elkhirt led 1v the jails and swept the land from end to end Do they forget that 500000 lives were sacrificed Do they forget that the gutters ran with blood Do they forget in our civil warlhe south laboring under what it considered unjust conduct on the part of the north and the north laboring under what it considered unjust conduct on the part ol the south engaged In a fraternal war which drenched our land in fraternal blood Do they forget that then we had a McCbord against a McChord a Bleck In ridge against a Brecklnridge and that all over they stood brother against brother Do they forget thftt the bloodiest battles of that war were where Kentuckians met Kentuckians It may not come now it may be the people will submit far the present but I should like to sound the note of warning end let these men know what they risk the people what they suffer ea 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at last one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and Cureisbeingconstitutional a stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh directly theloundatlon uptheproprleturshave HundredDollars testimonialsAddtess QSoldHalls Family Pills are the best r r1 ForJ ale 1 One farm of 126 acres well taived land situated a mlleg north ealSof jeavesD4mloedFor dress me at Hartford Ky w T R BRAN Farm for Sale Well improved and well watered Apply to R Br Martin HirtfordjKy V 11 9 FAIRtCO THE FAIR DEALERS ill Gisatet Tint Iw Happed tothowith too many heavy goods on hand We need probabilitynow and let us oxclinnge to our mutual benefit and satisfaction Mens Overcoats 3c Suits OOCoatsour8fJOMens allwool Ulster Coats our 700 Coat now 118 nofChilds Overcoat with cape our + 200 Coat now tl40 Mena allwool tOOO Suits now K08 dons allwool tSOO Suits now 008 848Proportionalto say Meru that our line for a he in and they are beauties at WAY DOWN PRICES JACKETSand We are loaded too heavily in those goods Wo want you to help us Wo know that it will take low prices to induce you thats what wu will give you linedJacktsFive black Aotraclian Jackets sold for tSOO now half price 1400 Ton green navy blue and black Beaver Jackets sold for 600 now 3U8 Ladies black Beaver Capes sold for 350 and 500 your choice 248 Inlurprices suit the pu- rseBlankts ComfortsJust the time to buy We have received anoth er shipment clean fresh from the market Some have advanced lice ours are the tame GinglmmsTablu headquartersThe FAIR co THE FAIR DEALERS GENCY FOR DAYS IRON CLAD Yiaa Upon Rum StldUpHsritl Pure Gum and Strictly Guamitccd L PAIR g GO i Livery First Stablel HOVIft MARTIN Hartford Ky Among tho many firstclass livtry stables in the Groan River Country none are bettorequipped than Kcown A Martin of Hartford It is run by young men who aro energetic and uptodate in ovary particular Buggies and Wagons on sale at all times Farming Implements in season Celebrated Birdsell Wagons a specialty Dost of food and your stook will secure bpst attention Give them a ca- llLQOK If you will send your Laundry to the TROY STJiAM LAUNDRY DAYTONfcOH10 your SMtP+ Cal neatBTca rF delivered Lyman Williams Agt YClurLaundrratthe NoM2 and lOt MM 171la ah4meofdbraraaRtu Rubber Boots Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 12 Singer Sewing Machine Office Floating Studio Is now at Hartford Mr II C Shaver made us a pleas ant call while in town Tuesday Sheriff Stevens is on the sick list this week however not confined For fine Photo Buttons call at the Floating Studio Telephone No 13 Get some of our Rocking Chairs free CARSON Co Dont forget to save your Laundry for Lyman Williams Telephone No 32 and 46 Miss Minnie Crosby Central City is visiting the family ol her sister Mrs G T Westerfield Mr C L Woodward Centretown remembered us with n word ot good cheer while In town Tuesday Mrs W P Coots met with a pain Inl and serious accident the 7th inst by tailing and breaking her hip Use only Singer Sewing Machine 011 and you will never gum your ma chine Call at theSlnger Office for it GROSS WILUAMS Agent B Br COLLINS Griffin Block Corner Opposite the Postoffice HARTFORDjKYDeafer and F- ancyeIfliii t r c The V freshest and bestgoodssold at iA lowestPRICES countrytofor tradeI IIHonest Labor Bears a Lovely Face There is nothing more pleasing to look upon than a hearty ruddy face gained by honest toll They are the saving of the nation these toilers of both sexes strug gling for dally bread uptlzestore If the blood hot t UM or bn purity or A run down feeling issues on SussparrltiAmericAs Poor loodcWJ Mood was so poor that in hottttt weather I felt cold Hoofs Strstptritt made me warm It Is JLttluJjod SaMaJaJfi4 1lii4il111 earelnr1iTi i nontirllIInnaaonly lhrtTl lako wiit TFooAa rarrll Fruit trees grown to contract at 4 per hundred Write for particulars- J Q A Rahm Leitchfield Ky 26 The latest novelty is the Magnlly Ing Photograph Frame now atSchrw ters Floating Studio Call and see it We can furnish you with anything you want in the way ot Sewing Ma chine supplies Call at the Singer Office Mr Wood Tinsley our genial post master visited the family ol Col C M Darnett Louisville first of the week In order that we may return to Hartford earlier this coming fall theI Floating Studio will leave Haitloid for Rochester on or about March 1st At the regular January term of the fiscal court the county levy was fix ed at 1 poll and So cents on the bandied dollars worth of taxable prop city Note the tag on your paper and if your time has expired send as a check for the amount due and TUB Runs LICAN will be delighted by your kind neseWe do not mean for you to buy 15I or 20 worth at once but get your ticket and every time you spend t get your ticket punchedCARSON COI Rev B P Jenkins assisted byI Rev J N Jarnagin and Dr Coleman is conducting a great revival meet Ing at Beaver Dam It is repotted to be one of the greatest revivals that Beaver Dam has ever enjoyed The Board of Supervisors adjurnocI ed Wednesday They will reconvene January 29th to hear and consider complaints of all who are called toIanswer why should your property not be assessed at this and not that The Singer Manufacturing Co has openedup a branch office in the build ing formerly occupied by Thos Duke and will keep a full supply of their celebrated machines on hand also needles oil and all kinds of sewing machine supplies GROSS WIMIAM Agent Ifyou need any Enlarging done in the Portrait line remember 300 in I advance pays for the best 16x20 Por trait that money can buy in a nice I frame Work guaranteed Schrretera Floating Studio Telephone No 13 Messrs James DeWeese and James A Duff two of Ohio countys best and most energetic teachers left early thin week for term of school at Valpo ralso Indiana They will return in the early summer and enter schoolwork again Reports from various sections ol the county show that injury to wheat caused by the recent freeze is greater than was at firatanticlpated Drilled wheat sustained very slight damage while wheat sown broad cast is dam aged more or less Mr Tom Taylor of Beaver Dam met with a very serious accident last Tuesday He was kicked by a horse which broke his leg in two places driving the bone through the flesh The wound is very painful but not serious He was reported better and resting well yesterday Mr J C Riley has sold his large farm near town to Messrs Dooly andI Gray of Daviess county buying yes acres oft east end of the farm C rI 1750 and Mr John P Stowers ol Eureka Ind the remainder for a consideration ol 7 Sao Mr Riley will move to town Ffnm January 1st 190 until April let igv we will give free one good Oak Rocker with every 20 cash pur chase and one good Oak Dining Chair withevery 15 cash purchase We do not let anyone undeiselt us and with this inducement it certainly ail be to your advantage to trade with- CARSON Cp Mr Msrkof NCr e vicinity has void hislaroi to David Moreland Oensboro for a cash con sideration ul f4no Mr Markers contemplating removal to Hartford He isa successful firmer and aU ex cellent gentleman His coming to town will meet with a hearty welcome from ourgood citizens One ol the most intereFtin events o I the New Yea beginning was the off soldiers ratter rvedin the contt hull here the 6th Forty of the Blue and Gay enjojedlhe occasion There 114 not H bettrrcUta fclt zns in all our errat com try than ttie gal lant band ol gray haired men wbo bear the burden of aixty otJe They I always enjoy our good will and best wishes I At the hour of going to press a tele phone message Irom Dundee an pounces a shooting affray which oc occurred in A R Renlrow Cos store between Felix Pool on one side and Caleb Wright and two sons on the other resulting in the killing of Pool He was shot in the back and died instantly Mr U C Barnett one of the coun tys most popular teachers left this week for Central University Rich mood Ky in which institution he will pursue a course of study until March tat Early in March he will go to Rocky Comfort Ark to take charge of the prlnclpalshlp of the graded reboot of that town The teachers ot the county greatly regret his leaving because of his faithful and valiant service He was a faith ful member of the Ohio county Teachers Association Mr John King and son Robert o near Cromwell were felling n tree in the recent past when to throw the tree in the direction whichsuited them best a wedge and maul were brought Into use The son was using the maulwith all the force and vim of manhood In making a powerful stroke the maul flew from the handle and landed on the leg of Mr King causing a very painful wound From the effects of the blow Mr King yet suffers and is unable to bear weight upon it- The Holbrook brother M J and Gilbert have been appointed by Supt Rogers to the A M College ol Kentucky They will leave in a few days for Lexington for spring and summer work These are two ol Ohio counties brightest and most promising young men with a future as clear as the noonday sun With these young men the county has a representation in the A M College unsurpassed in intelligence and promising manhood by the represen tations of any other county In the State Our representation in that inattention together with the above are Coffee Taylor Beaver Dam Rosco WhittInghill Fordsvllle L D F Whittakerof near Rochesterand J C Lawrence Narrows Mr Martin Fleaner son of B F Fleaner of the Green Kiver oommun ity met with an appalling accident one day last week while he and another gentleman were cutting ax handle timber They had cut the tree almost from the base when on account of the one side not having been cut enough the tree split which ran upUhe body eight to twelve feet there breaking off abruptly The butt of the falling tree sprang back with great fury brushing the arm and side ol young Fleaner furiously and bruising and cutting one aide of his face considerably He was then knocked down and thrown against a lying log Then followed the most frightful scene of the drama In an instant alter he was hurled to the ground the tree came crashing to earth pressing him so closely to the log that assistance was necessary to re lieve him from his frightful exper ience However narrow must have been his escape we are glad to report no serious harm done A most serious accident occurred at the home ot Mr Milton Park of the Central Grove community last Fri day For some purpose Mrs Park had heated a kettle of hot water When the water reached the boiling point it Was removed from the fire and placed upon the floor A little two yearold child was playing about and selected the kettle for a resting place the mothers attention not being call ed The childs weight tilted the ket uponthelower extremities scalding the child In a frightful manner Dra Chapman and Tlcbenor were summoned at once and all possible medical aid rendered It is thought that the injuries will prove fatal Thli Is the second awful accident which has befallen the home of Mr Park within u period oi seven years Several years ago a little boy of his was killed by a falling tree Parties were cutting timber and the little fellow was enjoying the pastime outing Aa the tree being cut was nearing falling the little boy wai sent to a position opposite to which it was thought and intended to fall A gust of wind changed the course of the fall Inn tree and the little fellow fell a vic tim of its fury- HylersDyspepMaTeblels 0 or pleasant easy to take and give parmanent re lief 30 days treatment 1 Mailed on receipt of price tf- MURDOCK CURB Co Atlanta Ga For Salo On Thursday January iSth 1900 I will after for sale at my old farm near Sunny Dale 4 head of horses 2 head of mules head of cattle and all sheep and hogs on hand also I wag on I buggy and all farming ample menu consisting ol plows harrows cultivator machine rake corn ausheraa well as hay and corn Sale willbe continued from day today until all is sold Terms made known on day of sale T H BRAN It goes to ev rarthurdok Ca tanh Cure It cures Colds Ih Fever and all forms of Catarrh Price r mailed on receipt ol price See adver tisement tl MDHDOCE CURB CoAtlanta Ga u Experience Is tho Best Teacher We must beWilling to learn from the experience ot bther people Every a younditiaSourdutyifyopr i ure lI your a take this medicine YouVhare every reason to expect that it will do you III1hebeHoods Pills are nonlrrltatinjmild andeffective e COLLEGE NOTES Prof Shultz and C L Patton made a business trip to Ababurg and Mogan Saturday Mr S M Wilson spent Saturday end Sunday with relatives near Deaver DamProf Morton went to Centertown Saturday in the interest of the spring term of school Mr C W Mosely of Megan called on Profs Morton and Sbultz Monday and while with them made arrangements to attend the spring term of school here Rev Petrie and Misses Lilly Burton and Juliet Thomas were pleasant call ere in Prof Morton8 Literature class WednesdayQuite of young ladles and gentlemen from this county and adjoining counties have already made springfStudents are in town every day looking out for boarding houses The spring term promises to be the fullest we have ever had in the history of the Institution he students of Hartford College were c Horded an excellent treat in the way ol B lecture Thursday morning by Prol Mnit in It you would feign be bertfited you should inquire lor the sujct and some of the strong points he made- STUDItNT SMALLHOUSE KY Mr J W Bollock his moved with his family to the James Curtis farm with his brother Charlie Bullock Mr Bud Bullock has bought a farm in the bend near South Carrollton and has moved to same Mr ham Landrum has rented and moved to Mrs Cornelia Robertsons farm recently vacated by Mr Bullock Mr Lindo Cox has moved back in our midst on a farm bought of Mr T M Allen Mr T M Allen has moved to a farm bought of W T Howell Mr AlociD France is at home after several weeks absence on a raft Mrs Mollie Reid has returned home from a visit of several days to her sis ter Mrs G Houk Rockport who has been quite III we are glad to hear she is convalescing- Mr Henry Withrow had a cancer cut from his flee sometime ago and has suffered greatly his eye was swollen so that he could not see and the cancer grew worse all the time Mr Will Drake from Muhlrnburg is doctoring the cancer now and his friends report him better the swelling is about out of his face and the cancer healingMr Igleheart who has been quite ill is better- ProfessorTaylor Beaver Darn spent the night with his cousin Pen Taylor last Monday night Mr M D Maddor has gone to NarrowsMr R Ross school will close next Friday he will attend school at Hartford this term Miss Oma Mad dox also speaks of attending school thereRev Edgar Maddox and wife have moved to Centertown- A protracted meeting has begun at Green River Union Success to Tug REPUBLICAN and its many readers XXX If you have catarrh rheumatism dyspepsia take Hoods Sarsaparilla and be cured as thousands of others have been From the State Press Gov Wm S Taylor sent his mes sage to the Kentucky Legislature up on its assembling at noon on Tuesday Jannary 2d The Governor threw a number of boquets at the Republican party because of State management and recent elections lie favored longer school terms more aid for State colleges new capitol buildings and non partisan prison management The Governor was especially plain in his opposition to the Goebel election law Elkton Progress The effort of Goebel to have himself created Governor of the State by the Legislature has called for a great deal of unfavorable comment much of it reff ectin on the characterand dignity ofthclate There h hardly paper of any standing Democratic or Republican outside of the State that does not condemn the whole business Insofar as they cpnfine their criticisms to Goebel and the men engaged with him in the conspiracy the people of the State Are not disposed to resent it but when the good name of the State is aspersed as it frequently is them the people think it well to put in an objection Owensboro Inquirer How well the Democratic politicians appear to knoweachother The two factions of the party have spent a big part ol this year telling most outrag eons stories on eaph Other The lat est isthnt oue accuses another of try ing to boy his vote as a leglslatqr There is ho telling what they will do ifyou believe what they say ofeach other Well tfuayrtsult in good for then to expose each other 10 but it makes the old thing smell mighty bad Somerset Paragon 1 a Senator Harrel admitblhat he offer ed to sell out trf Jobq H Wajjen for 5000 but that Whalfen only offered him 4500 which he accepted He says he reused to carry out hi cony tract after a conference with Mr Goeo bel Is it aii untiir conclusion to pre iKeep Coughing We know of nothing bettor to tear the lining of your throat and lungs It better than wet to cause bronchitis and pneumonia Only keep it up long enough will succeedinreducngyour weight losing your appetite bringing on a slow an making everything exactly right for germs of con sumptionStop coughing and you will get well gerscherrg pectoral cures coughs of kind An ordinary cough disap pears a night The racking coughs of are soon tered And If bronchitisI along the coughs IAskof Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plaster It will aid the action of the Cherry Pectoral IfToi hire any I what CT delta bt mrdeal- adrlco you ran write ns tr Twnfreeeirea gnatnineOIL J C AY Ell Lowell Mail Isume that such a selfconfessed traitor refused to carry out his contract with Whallen because he got more from Goebel and his friends Somerset Paragon Congressman Smith of this State is going to introduce a bill to clean out Salt river from which it is interred that a man named Goebel who ascend ed that classic stream sometime ago is hung up on a sand bar and impeding navigation Hopkinsville Messenger Gov Taylors message to the Legislature was an exhaustive of State af lairs that shows that he is profitably the best informed man in the State on the subject Many reforms are suggested which if carried out will work to elevate the State to a rank where it belongs The Governor asks for the repeal of the Goebel election law Columbia Spectator The Goebel commission goes into great detail in explainlnng why it in Legislaturereason which is that the Legislature is Democratic and as such is expected to be amenable to pressute Paints ville Commercial The tissue ballots plea of the disprovedIfis not a County Court Clerk but who has the stnbbs of the ballots used and these can be secured for presentation as evidence It is well known that the claim is only a pretense and no effort will ever be made to make it stick Paducah Sun It is not positively known which creates the most healthful laugh among people with ordinary intellect Goebels legislative contest or the contention that this is still the igtb century Hawesville Plaindealer ASK YOUR DOCTOR I Ask your physician this ques tion one great remedy for consumption 1 He will answer to Codliver oil Nine out of ten will answer the same way Yet when persons have consumption they loathe all fatty foods yet fat is neces sary for recovery and they cannot take plain cod liver oil The dis turbs the stomach and takes away the appetite The dis I agreeable fishy odor and taste make it almost unen i durable What is to be done 1 This question was ans wered when we first made SCOTTSEMULSION CodLiver Oil with Hypo Ior Although that nearly twenty five years yet It stands alone to i the one great remedy for all affections of the throat and lungs I The bad taste and odor have bun taken the oil itself has been partly ddigested and the most sn silive stomach objects to it tartly Not one in tensn take and digest the plain oil Mint ouof ten can take SCOTTS EMULSION and dl I gut It Thrfiwhy It cures so many eae of y consumption Even in ldvutad cau It briny comfort and greatly protons life SCOrr4BbwNEjCli niUu1 drutstie Yak ic4itQN sc CO The leaders in Dry Goods NotionsClolhing and Furniture will continue to give Chairs to their custoraewjfor the next 00 days on Cub purchases only On accouBtrofJan advance in Furniture eswill change the ticket from 81600 to 2000 for the tame rocker and we will alto haven OOllckelaoil Will Give You An Oak Din = lag h kf That matchestho Rocker You can bavo 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 WeMayContinue Away ChairsThr- oughout 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 lions and Furnishing Goods for both ladies and gentlemen Why Do You- SHIVER Because the temperature is not temper ed to the shorn coat the old one with the warmth all froz en out of the wool Yv NEED tlVE WoQi- To keep your circus lation lively Car son Co have a line of Ulsters and Overcoats that are BloodWarmersAND HeartReioicers Prices8600and 1250 merely nominal you see but full of warmth CARSON ft CO 0 CATARRH CAN BE CURED MURDOCKS CATARRH CURE IT GOES TO EVERY PART SURE SAFE AND PLEASANT For years has the medical fraternity sought a reliable and sure cure fr Ca tarrh In this endeavor many hundreds of nostrums have been oBercd to a suffering publlcand the health of thousands have bern completely ruined by DyspepsiaSprays fected parts in this manner Iatouystem affected by the disease It relieves instantly the worst forms ot Aath ma Bronchitis Hay Fever Colds in the Head and all forms of Catarrh no reasonablelimecomes olten from simple colds Like all new and valuable preparations yon will find others saying theirs are just as ROod Beware imitations as they are worthless tSTVfB ONLY ASK A TRIAL TO CONVINCE Mailed to anyaddress prepaid on receipt of price COboxG A c JRJaIcO EJ Hartford Ky 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 inter est to do so This town goes without saying with the country people to be the highest town in the county But he that Says so As long as I am in business here will misrepresent the town By the help of the people I expect to sell goods as cheap as the cheap est Country produce taken at the Highest market price in ex change for goods I Eield ISICDcoc raorraiox1a TRANSFER LINEnxrwsav = zsTrozea asra CcAV3 ease BAaTFC DsYA PAST AND HAst RIPE INTUU MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES FOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED Now is th ime tosubscribe for the best newspaper published in Ohio county wt x 8 s1ttO1s ll IL TO THE BOTTOM Promptly Readies the Seat of all Blood Diseases and ICures the Worst Oases UII11demonstratlslts IIETeryone Imentsor troubles so obstinate and difficult to cure Very few remedies waim such real soated blood diseases as 8 S 8 curei and none pan I otTer such iieontrovortIb1eovtdenceot merit S S S Is not merely a toniehit ii a cure I It goes down to the very seat of all blood drellse and foundation e very worst cllse and routs thepoison from the Iidoea not like other remedies dry up the poIson and hide it from vieW temPOrarily only to break forth again more violently than ever S S S forces out every trace of taint and rids the system of It orerer MrsT VLeoMontgomeiyAlawrite Somo ago I waa po son a nurse who Inrected ore and Crnyedtoto no purpose The mercury nnd otali gave me seemed to add fuel to the nlulllall1o which was derourlng me I was advised by rlends who had seen I Improved wondorfu cures made brit to tr SwIfts Specific from the start as the medicIne to go dlret to the cause of the trouble and force tho out Twenty bottles cured me completely Swifts fascine S S S FOR THE BLOOD Is the only remedJ that is guaranteed purely vegetable and contains no arsenic ortany or chemical It never falls to mercugPOtash Scrofula Rheumatism Contagious Blood PoIson Tetter Boll Carbuncles Sores etc Valuable books mailed free by StSpecific Company Atlanta G- aihing1esThe word cheap hai two meanings it may mean cheap quality or cheap price When I ule the word it applies to the price Thats not ecotism its business Ive built up the biggest shingle business in this section of the country just by sticking to Highest Grades and Lowest Prices in I could not have done that if I had used the word cheap carelessly Of course I sell some lowgrade shingles but eveu on them the price is J cheapsame as on the higher grades IPUEI ARE TBE PRJOESCcmmon grades sin dimension Cypress Shingles 175 per 1000 No i Yellow Poplar Saingles 2 10 per 1000 Best Star A Star Whit Cedar Shingles 285 per 1000 Best Red Cedar Suing s 310 per 1000 Grade for grade these prices cannot be equalled My Cedar Shingles I guarantee not to crack WR p or curl up at the butts When put on a roof they lay fiat and stay that way They make the best roof When you want aay amount of any kind of shingles and want them at the lowest prices call I and see me about it Write if you cant call Theo EL Pteoatlxir DF4LrR IN BDIbUIMU It will only cost you 50 cents extra to ride all In a Cotton Belt Parlor CatO Car 25 cents for a half day Seated In a large revolving arm chair with plenty of space around you you can enjoy as much freedom and ease as you please If you are a smoker you will enjoy the large smoking room with Its arm chairs and couch The ladles delight In the splendid ladles lounging room with Its lounge and Inviting arm chairs and Its roomy dressing room adjoining You can have your meals In this car at any hour you want them order most anything you want from a porterhouse steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich take as long ns you please to eat It and you will only have to pay for what you order TheCottonCrlllttlieillrwt llnotoTtxai Iti trains run through from Cairo and Mrmphli to TCIU without chauep Dlrtct mnnNtloni are mad at Its JiiDrtloni for all parllnf Teni Indian Territory Oltlibomi mil the Far We t Write ant umvhcro yon are going nod when you will MT and we will tell you wlit your tic ket will colt which train to take 10 mob th lent time and connrctloui and will send you an Intelciting llttlo booklet i TMHOIH1S tW UtUlH Cill Post III aAIL ST JOUI3 MO ciiiatii nn O1teLOUISVILLE HEXDLHSON ST RAILWAY COMPANY Union Depot Seienth aiu Rim Ticket Office 222 fowOi Avenue Louisville to St Louis So West No 41 Xo 45 Leave Louisville 737a in 835p m I Owensboro 11403 t n58p ui 7II Henderson IZMSP cr 12553 m Evansville 1151 f 1354111 11 MtVernon Ill4i7p 429 m Arrive St Louis 732P u 720a in IND WAIc VOIUriTriu i L in LOUIS St Louis to Louisville East No 44 NO46 Leave St Louis 8403 m 8SSp Ina MtVernon 12233 in U38p It- a Evansville 2tJP m 23sa m Henderson 246pm 310am-a Owensboro 344P mi 4ooa m Arrive Louisville 745P mi 73oa nJ or = = 0 =v cv = a m 8o4p m Iio8p m a in 9o5p m 1 iiisSpma Henderson I24spni ioiop m 12553 m Arrive Evansville ii5P m coop m i 253 m EVANSVILLE TO LOUISVILLE NO 42 No 44 No 46 Leave Evansville 6503 m aiopm 24samHenderson 715a m 246p m 3103 m a Owensboro 8i8a m 344P in 4003 m a Hawesville 9173 m 44op m 450a m Arrive Louisville I2 spm 745P m 7303 m Allltrains run through solid to Evansville Through Parlor Cars and Pull man Sleepers on all trains to Evansville and St Louis Numbers 41 and 42 connect at Irvington for Fordsville Hardlnsburg daily 36 A Is absolutely necessary to the young man or young woman who would win success in Jife This being conceded it is of first importance to get your training at the school that stands in the very front rank THE BRYANT STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE LOCINVIMK KKVTUCKY BOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND TELEGRAPHY MATLILIALEVANSVILLE I AllC Serldersorl I 45LeaveUawesvllle43a Owenaboro40 Business EGCl ation Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line Graduates of this college pVelerred by busi ness houses Write for a beautiful book eivintr tea timonials Irom graduates occupying prominent positions nIl over the United StatesIt will be mailed to youFREE 28 Now is the time to subscribe I Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY la I G R RLOVAL1IflEThh IEU EA ER DAIS Minrir riorM I JI lisa H in 1111101 III 111pIn Houru 2112133 S31Uiil n01JNDI I C D V tor Asent IWomen In Persia IDut life is sad in Peisla especially life The law ot Islam allows tach man to have four wives and as many concubines and slave vsirls as hh baud cub hold His wives alsi he may divoice at will Our word bosh is the Turkish word by wlilth a Moslem div lcell his wife It doesnt count It he taytt it only once jr twice but if said the thud time the woman must go and there is no re course Down along the Ciplan tie men of en marry their wives in the spring so as to have the benefit rf their labor in the rire fieldand di voice them in the fall ro as to etc Ipl supporting them during the winter At Mtshed where the pilgrims come is a large population ot temporary wlveswho are married tothe pilgrims tar from home and familiestora long a time as the pilgtims remain nt the shrine a day or a month The Mohammedan priests draw up the con tracts for these temporary nlliquces Lord Cutzon who has been theresajrs Meshed though the holiest city in Persians the wickedest in Asia There are no words for wile and home in Persian There are no homes and few wives It is curious to hear a hand some woman say I have told my husband if he marries another wife I shall poison him and I intend to do it Or to ask a woman about her home life and pet the answer Love my husband Oh yes I love him I love him as much as a sieve holds water In the cities the Moslem women and all but about sixty thousand or so of the tour million women of the land are Moslemsnever appear in public save dressed In black and heavily veiled the eyes looking out through a meshed space of the veil Custom fear of men and not modesty impose this dress the poorer women or the women in the villages wear no veils or throw the veils back and leave their faces uncovered unless now and then in a coquettish way they draw a fold ot the dress across the mouth The Jewish women often dress for the street as the Moslem women do One ot the pictures shows a group of Jew- Ish men and women who have come with some Moslems too to consult one of the Jewish doctors in Teheran The Armenian Nestorlan and Fire worshipper city women give some what less heed to concealment and the village women are quite free All of these in the country and the city ladles in their houses dress in bright colors red and green and yellow and the village streets aud highways get their little brightness from them or Irom the equally gay dress of the men The Jewish girls are adorned also with trinkets and jewelry especially with the little silver cases containing por tions of the Old Testament law The Worshippers or Gurbres are but few in Persia now though it is the land of their origin but their women can be picked out at once in Teheran or in the few cities where they are found by their dress Outside ol Teheran is the Tower ot Silence where bellev ing neither in cremation nor in burial the Fire Worshippers expose their dead From the hillside it looks out In solemn stillness over the broad lead plain even as the dead of this dying people look up in solemn still ness Irom their ghastly burial place to the unanswering skyRobert E Speer in Frank Leslies Popular Monthly for January America at the Paris Exposition There IsndistinctditTerence between the methods pursued at the Chicago Exposition oi 1893 and those which must direct the participation of the United States in the forthcoming Paris Exposition At the Columbian Ex position we assisted foreign nations in exploiting the products of their re spective countries and stood in the capacity of host but in 1900 the United States is a guest of France and a visiting nation and exploits its re sources and advancements in a foreign countryThe arras for exhibits at Paris are so limited that the most extreme and careful condensation and selection ofexhibits is found necessary in each group Every eflort is being made to find the best in every class in order that our national interests may be fitly represented The law confers a wide disci etlon on the Commissioner General in this regard and I believe it Is our duty to exploit the n- ationsIsRouse the tor I pld liver and curs biliousness sick I headache Jaundice nausea Indlgesf lIon etc They are In valuable to prevent a cold or break up a fever Mild gentle certain they are worthy your confidence Purely vegetable they can be taken by children or delicate women orbyma- lloCL1IooCoLowellMus WantedAn IdeaWboea U1m gaiyou =cr products au4 rMourceB from 4 nallon al itandpolttf selecting the heat In every field than to exploit merely Individual interests though of course absolute justice and impir tlallty must be given and in this work of selection there will be no sec tlonallstu but due consideration willc be extended to every portion ofour country in our national display Our woik is probably more difficult and complex than that imposed upon the representatives of any other na tion first because we are one of the greatest ot natlins and the world as well as our own people expects much of us at Paris second we must collect and select our exhibits from on ex pinse ot territory 3000 miles in width from Boston to San Francisco requir ing negotiations with exhibitors in fifty or more cities third we must ship our exhibits ncross seas 3000 miles wide alter concentrating them from all points of our vast territory atj the port ol shipment New York herei transporting them In steamers across I the Atlantic to the other side to bt there loaded in cars belore reaching I the various places ot instalment at I Paris I This great task does not apply toI Germxny Great Britain Aujtrla or other great nations ot Europe as thlIcollect their exhibits within a radius and Are really on the thres hold ol France This Commission has three head quarters at Chicago New York and Paris The heads of departments so far as possible have been centered at the Chicago offices although the Desi partments of Agriculture Education and Fine Arts and Textiles are represented by their respective Directors atI Washington New York Albany and Boston France has been liberal toward this country in the matter of space in com parison with other nations There will be approximately filtyssix na tions who will exhibit at the Paris Ex position this year The construction of the American Pavilion was begun last summer Its dome will rise 160 feet ubove the Seine Exhibit annexes will be built to add to our space in Agriculture Forestries Liberal Arts and Naviga tion in which latter department a branch oi the United States Weather Bureau will be displayed in its work ings Various States have made special appropriations though the Exposition will be distinctly international and separate recognition cannot be given to States or sections of nations Call fornia New York and Massachusetts have already made appropriations which will be used to aid exhibitors of those States in their displays While the American may feel more at home in the United States National Building at the Exposition be must not expect to find in this place any of the Amarican exhibits as the French classification under eighteen groups provides for the assignment of space to every large nation in the various exhibit buildings where each separate group is located The United States exhibits will be distributed accord inglyAs the grounds within the city limits have not appeared adequate to meet the demands for space an Annex has been officially established at Vincen nes where the Railroad exhibits from all nations will be installed Athletic competitions will be held here all sports encouraged and there will be a special celebration ot Olympian games A special track will be provided for trials of Automobiles and Bicycles There will be displayed magnificent American vestibule railway train in addition to American bicycles American automobiles a workshop for too machinery artesian well and oil well appliances agricultural implements and perhaps twenty American loco motives Hon Ferdinand W Peck in Frank Leslies Popular Monthly for January I want to let the people who sufler from rheumatism and sciatica know that Chamberlains Pain Balm relieved me alter a number of other medicines and a doctor bad failed It is the best liniment I have ever known olJ A Do Jgen Alpharetta Ga Thousands have been cured of rheumatism by this remedy One application relieves the pain Forsale by Z Wayne Grit finBro m There are just three things that girls should notdare do in Paris and those are to visit cites that they dont know anything about to wan der too far from the main paths in the Bols de Boulogne and the other great parks or go out alone alter dark Some American girls do all these things and they are the ones who have wild tales to tellJanuary La dies Home Journal p There can be no poorer soil for a childplant to grow in or to attempt to grow in than the soil of pretense To learn to conceal is n sorrowful lea son indeed for a child To learn to conceal honest poverty as though shamed of it is the most sorrowful of thesorrowiullessotis in this line for It is to so little purpose and is i unnecessaryafterrardJanu try La dies Home Journal The Sick Mado Well Have you any pain oracbeor weak ness Does your blood show that it contains impurities Areyou nervous Do you lack snap and activity of mind body Are you easily tired Have you lost ambition Is there any unnatural drain upon your system Ii every or gan performing its proper function In Are you a pet fctty strong active vigorous healthyhao py man or woman If not you should not delay one day before you consult1 J NRWTON HATHAWAY 111 D tf 309 Church St Niabville Tenn pine figure Many women lose their girlish forms after ity become mothers This b due to tag cl The fieure can be preserved beyond question if the CX pedant mother will constantly w- emothers 1 friend during the whole period of pregnancy The earlier its use is begun the more per fectly will the shape be preserved mothers TrlMd not only softens and relaxes the muscles urine the great strain before birth but helps he akin to contract naturally afterward It cups unsightly wrinkles away and tin uscles underneath retain their pliability mother Trite b that famous exterail lament which banishes morning sickness Lad nervousness during pregnancy shortens abot and makes it nearly painless I builds up lie patients constitutional strength so that he emerges from the ordeal without danger rhe little one too shows the effects oft mothers Trltnl by its robustness andvigor Sold at drug item for J 1 a boW Send for our lusty Illustrated book for utcUnt mothers ruB BRAUFILD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA OA In the life of almost every girl there ne I am sure regrets to be lound in plenty places in plenty where opporl unities for love or help or gentle ness were overlooked or neglected I tad many such regrets in my life yet lu later years I think I madeasI every girl may steppingstones ol these regrets steppingstones to bet Let and broader living Autobiog raphy of a Girl In the January La dies Home Journal n Ladies For relict of women Ches ters Tansy Tablets worth their weight in gold A safe and certain monthly regulator Mailed on receipt of price SI MURDOCKCORB Atlanta Ga WANTED Several persons for District Office Managers in this State to represent me intheirownandsurroupdiugcounties Willing to pay weekly Desirable employment with unusual opportunities References ex changed Enclose stamped envelope S A Park 320 Caxton Building Chicago 19 16t p- It has been demonstrated repeatedly in every State in the Union and in many foreign countries that Chamber lains Cough Remedy is a certain pre ventlve and cure lor croup It has become the universal for that disease M V Flatter of Liberty W Va only repeats what has been saidaround the globe when lie writes I have used Chamberlains Cough Remedy in my family for several years and always with perfect success We believe that it is not only the best cough remedy but that it is a sure cure for croup It has saved the lives of our children a number times This remedy is for sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m a Perfect health i that condition ot the body when digestion is so perfect that the physiological balance between the destruction and construction that goes on ceaselessly in cell life is daily kept norrua1i B Warman What Wo Eat Is intended to nourish and sustain us but it must be digested and asslm hated before it can do this In other words the nourishment contained in food must be eeps rated by the digestive organs from the waste materials and must be carried by the blood to all parts of the body We believe the reason for the great benefit which no many people derive from Hoods Sarsaparilla lies in the fact that this medicine gives good diges tion and makes pure rich blood It restores the junctions of those organs which convert food into nourishment that gives htrenglh to nervesand muscles It also cures dyspepsia scrofula salt rheum boils sores pimples and erup tions catarrh rheumatism and all diseases that have their origin in impure blood What between building and renewing the organand adding stops to the organ and tuning the organ will cost ijvery year in interest on capital and current expenditure enough money la have kept a missionary in foreign parts or to have supported a minister in a poor district ol thecity and what it costs in anxiety to the organist and to the congregation in chronic irrita tion would if reduced to money value and multiplied by the number oforgan ridden churches clear the debt ofl ev ary foreign mission in the whole Anglo Saxon worldIsti Maclaren Having a Great Run on Cham borlalns Cough Remedy Manager Martln cl the Pierson drug store informs us that he is having great run on Chamberlains Cough Remedy He sells five bottles of that medicine to one of any other kind nnd it gives great satisfaction In thefe dayaof la glippe there ji noth ing like CbaniberlHida Cough Remedy to rtop the coughhIup the sore throat and lunge ondfglve icliel with In a very short tiiThio sales are growing and aUwhatlyitare pleated with its prompt action South Chlca tO Daily Calument For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m i New Years Day In Japan Somfhowtbough the sun may have shone Justus brightly on the previous day nnd indeed the whole year round yet it all seems changed and diflerent on this the first day of the year It is the spirit of the New Year This is the time ot universal pence and goodwill when the inhabitants of the little empire start life anew with fine resolutions and promises for the lu ture and all illfeeling done away withThe first of January bears the significant title of Gansan the Three Be ginning meaning beginning of the year beginning of the month and beginning of the day And to this might be added the beginning of anew and better lite What Christmas is to the Occidentals New Years is to the Japanesealthough greetings and con gratulntions are not confined to the first day ot the year but nt any time between the first and the filteetith- TheJiipiiKse begin to prepue for the New Year nearly a month before ant li fact give thtlr houiis and pos sessions 1 thorough cleansing just us the Iood Ameti an housewife does In the springtime Even the very poor st people do this laying mats of rice straw end cleansing every nook and corner witbfresh bamboo dusters and broctno which are said to symbolize prosperity nnd good fortune And alter tile huttse lisa been nlted and cleaned it is decorated with pine and barnhoofor the Japanese vecerate both ol these beause they ktep green through the entire winter and symbo ize longevity The Japanese read in the roost insignificant natural objects some striking significance and there is a meaning attached to almost every decoration or ornament in the house The outsides and gardens ot the houses sic also beautifully decorate to say nothing ol the streets which present a most interesting and ani mated spectacle at this time On New Years Eve the streets and storeswhich this tlmedisplay their most attractive goods are thronged with people intent on buying the re quisites lor the coming year At night the streets are beautifully illuminated with lines oi big lanterns family crests flags shopsigns etc hung from every store On this eve many of the people remain up all night and watch the old year out and oldIrising very early in the morning to worship the first rising sun of the new year Onoto Watanna In Frank Leslies Popular Monthly for January The Time Comest- o every elderly woman when an im placeThischangeDreadulconsumption are often contracted at this time McELREES Wine ofCardui strengthens and purifies the entire system and safely over these Its effects have been wonderful It is good for all menstrual troubles but is especially recommended at this time Ask your druggist for the famous Wino of troo a bottle sJCcia1directionvisory Department The Chatta ChaUanoogaTean wHoarAs J OOOPEB Tupo Mi IAir 111IrlullM rom Irrgui r inS painful doctors toulcl rtllr her Wins ot Cardul ntlrclf cured her alia or mdhw through the Chinasot UfTTHE 4 REOF1CENTS A WEEK IFor tks OLDCJT and BUST AF TERN ON Newspaper In the South The Louisville Evening Post visedillyComtete 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