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OJubb1ng Ba1ieThe Republican and Louisville Commercial i yeattlJ5 125Tho25TheFine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL OR6AH OF THE PARTY Ill IBB TOJBIS CONSRESSIOHAIDISIEICI Subscription 1 a year VOL XII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 19 1900 No 26 DiWfAU JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAUTFOnil KY Special attention Riven to nil boil ness entrusted to his cue Office in Court House I M L HEAVUIN Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice bin ptole slon in nil the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court 01 Appeals Special atten tion given to collections SHELBY TAYLOR ATT01WJS I11LJl1f HARTFORD KY Will practice his piofrssion in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals Special atten tion given to all assignments in bank ruptcy CM EAENErrATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY all countie1Carelnlbusiness entrusted to his care Co- lletioal a specialty JNO B WILS- ONAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY sPECIAL attention given to collection making abstracts cI CountyOffice R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his in tlu the courts onntles adjoinin1Also DES P NEALAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY wIn his in all the Courts oi Kentucky Specialat ention given fo collections settlement decedents estates road cases IUd criminal practice Office up tair next door to Orifllnsdrug store J S WeddingATTORNEY and COUNSELLOR at lAW NOTARY rimuc HARTFORD KBNTUCKY Will practice his profession in all LhacourtaotOhloanddJoinIncounle5 intlon given to all business entrust 1cRre RKPUBUOAN building u = = i JOHN T BON- EATTORNEYAT LAW cKMTrnTonif KY Till prieIIttiSs ron In nit Ihi rliofOhlo and nUJolnlnr rouutlri md tanrl nl ApprnU Hprrlnl ntlrn Inn glvu lo rollrrllnm OlMrelu w- A Ken DuUUIng A Q AYlOft Attorney at Law IlAinroiiD KY Special attention given to all business to his care Office in Court Rouse R E LEE SIMMERMAN Attorney at LawHARTFORD KY Will practice his profession in all the Court of Ohio adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly attended to Office with T J tt Co Market Street J E DAVIDSO- NAttorney at Law IlARTFOSD KY Will practice hilt profession in Obi and adjoining counties ot tention given to all business entrusted- to his care S p ELc133rT- TOJ3XEYi1T LAW Fom NVIIIE UKmiUUY Will practice bis profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals Special at tention given to collections Office next door to Post Office J EDWIN ROWK V fc FRrIX Rowe Felix LavvyrsHARTFORD KV Will pactice in the Courts of Ohli eounty and Court of Appeals Prompt attention given to all business en trusted to our care Office in Herali building LIISS 6 I The Southern Railway x Through E1 htBflowlhlf StaIn 9 Hcnlncky VlrRlrlHNniuli Creo I Him Alnhmim TriiiifNcr North MrollnH4lrornln nnil niHlulipl I 6463 Miles Three Dally Trains Between Lnuisvilleand tex ington Observation Chair p Cars Trains leave And nr rlveLoulfvlllefrom Seventh fInectlngIllinois Central Railroad and 14U St L Railway For Information Address I Mhidoi P4TAfl64lhiiiUilstillirj VnH Tijloi Aslstinl 0 f A Leolnllli Ky t1rrarWASHINGTON ii OOSg 8I THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN H I ACTS GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS THE SYSTEM LLEFfECTUAlL ffItPSOVERCOMES tfA8 CONSTIPATION PEftMANENTLtITS our IMC tetiviruMANTD y- UIRNIAg JIG 5YRVrC i ro ttu lUll MMwa rru M rtt NniL THE TRIAL MUST BE FAIR On yesterday the House adopted as- a House rule the rule known as inle II It was forced to a vote by very rigorous rulings of the Speaker and under whip and spur of the previous questions no amendment no point ol order no personal explanation was allowed and at onE time it looked as If even a yes and nay vote would be denied This mode of forcing meas urea through a parliamentary body is always unfortunate and nearly always unnecessary Fair courteous patient treatment by the Speaker of all lUjmbJH is ntwiy4 consistent with party fealty and with success Our experience which is not wide nut our observation whIch covers mule year have taught the same truththat n Speaker weakens hlt irfluecre and impairs the power of the porty he represents by using the power of his position with impatience with discourtesy and with disregard to the parliamentary tights ol the members In the Legislature the Committee on Rules has no Republican upon it In the stormiest period in Congress the minority always had a fnll and able representation upon that impor tant contnmittee and it in a mistake too constitute the committee In the Piltyfhst Congress Mr Reed appointed th leading Democrats on the Committee on Rule which com mltteeconslsted lour Representatives and the Speaker and it today the House or the Senate ot the United States would constitute its Commit tee on Rules wholly of Republicans It would justly bp considered an in tolerable outrage It is just such conduct which cieates the wide spread distrust in the fairness the Impartiality and the integrity of the Democraatic party The rule was adopted by a vote of 6 nay to 52 yeasbut two Dem ocrats who voted nay changed their votes to yea so as to be able to enter a rrotlon to teconsider It is said luat other Democrats would have voted nay but for the immediate pendency of the Senatorial joint ses lion and the cuppoted necessity of passing ome rule to secure that joint session stud that these Democrats will vote for reconsideration It h claimed that the vote on the rule will be rtconsideied and the rule re ferred to the Committee on the Ju diciary to report on the Constitution al questions involved We doubt tt is and our guess in that even if the vote is teronsldered thematter will be committed to the Committee on Rules lint it must be remembered that many of the Representatives have not had time and opportunity to se ttously study the constitutional questions that many are net lawyers and have had no opportunity- to hear these questions discussed On yesterday the pressure brought by Mr Blackburn and his friends had much to do with thu vote on the rule and alter the House adjourned the sub ject was discussed in many groups I j and the lawyers of the Legislature I have taken up the authorities and the several provisions if the Constitution for examination and consideration I The Republicans nt heart want the rule to remain unchanged Under itI Governor Taylor will remain Gayer nor unless dispossessed by revolt ttonary violence They nre certain that the action of n joint session held under that rule will be Absolutely void ray much so as if the 138 mem bers of the Legislature thus met in joint session and passed an act to re move the capital Jt is true that the r 1r r Corbel Democrats openly boast that they own the Circuit Courts and a majority of the Court of Appeals and that these courts will decide lor them on any and every question av they did on the prison bill the election bill and other contests and the Re publicans as a rule admit the boast to be true yet the Republicans also believe that the act being void the State courts cannot oust the Gayer nor any more than the Governor can oust the judges In Kentucky and all our states as in our Federal Con stltution there are three independent arid coordinate departments the Executive the judicial and the Legisla tive to the Judicial is not given nny power to oust the Governor any more than power is given the Governor to oust the judges The Legislature is given the power of impeachment and the power to determine a contest but these powers must be exercised in a constitution mode and if they are not the pretended action is void and any attempt to execute it is laR less and it will be the duty of the Governor to put It down to suppress it as he would any other riot or mob And beyond doubt this is what Gov ernor Taylor will do It may be aCt cepted as certain that he will not rec ognize any action taken by such a joint session and any attempt on the part ol Mr Goebel to exercise any of the functions of the office or execution ot Its duties will be resisted and if he or any ol his followers at tempt violence it will be met It may also be accepted as certain that under such circumstances the Presi dent will be compelled to recognize Governor Taylor as Governor The Republicans therefore have every I thing to gain and nothing to lose by the maintenance of that iniquitous rule If no testimony is reported by the Board of Contest it is inconceiva ble how any lair Legislator can Vote for Mr Goebel and he may lose the decisionIf it turns out that by preju dice passion party ties fear or yet lower motives a majority should vote for him then Taylor still re mains Governor But is not the true view lor a Leg Islator or n patriot to take The Leg- Islature is performing u most impor tant and delicate duty it and the State ol Kentucky and the Democrat ic party are on trial It Is due to the honor ol the State ol Kentucky due to the honor of each member that the trial be lair and constitutional It possible there is still more pressing reasons for moderation and conslitu tional action The unconstitutional action of the Legislature may be lot lowed by violence and bloodshed Mr Goebel or his followers may attempt to use force force will be met with force Petty fines by a Circuit Court Appellate decisions by parti san division cannot preserve the peace If such times do come then every man who voted for this rule and attempted to carry out Its clearly unconstitutional provisions will he responsible for that unfortunate con dition The parties to this lamentable con troversy are all Kentuckians they are ot the same blood and training cour age and sense of duty when aroused to violence they will face any danger Thousands can recall the vain boasts ot men accounted great that blood would never be shed in the controver sy between the States We are not an alarmist but every sensible man knows that we are on the verge ol a grave and most critical danger- It may be avoided it certainly can be avoided if the Democrats desire to avoid it Simple obedience to the plain mandates ol the Constitution will avoid it The Speaker can be yond doubt prevent Itperhaps no LYONS LAXATIVE SYRUPNATUflO I C0NSHFAT50N Is made from th = choicest extracts of contains no Ini prctscription 1 51IckinYiIaxatlveAn Ideal remedy fa children as well la9 adults per bottle For sao by druggists atI It iOA cT AII BENfROW A co liumler 117 J IInlMIAHH llnrllonl KrI II U IliAM HnlphorHprlngn Hy I JAII 1 Iii A CO Kulpl H I WIIMAMN tOAL 4 JfeHtnry Uj lUllS X TAYLOR Vrvmwcll 17 I r HEADACHE is only a not a disease So are Nervousness DackacbeI 1 Blues They all unhealthy state of itrual organs If you sutterI symptomsif I the morning and wish you could lie in bed another hour or two if there is a bad taste in the mouth and no there is pain in appetiteifI or abdomen FEMALE REGULATOR will bring about a sure cure The doctor may call your troublesome highsounding Latin name but never mind the name t The trouble is in the menstrual I organs and Bradfields Female Regulator will restore you to health and regulate the menses like clockwork SU by Jnrtliti f ll a kolll A frw inilntil t ok will bo MI to WWSM UMqmetl Mlltd u THE BRADF1ELD REGULATOR CO jntABTAi GA I I other one man can If Speaker Trim ble wilt throw his influence in lavor oHhe reconsideration ol the vote of yesterday and then refer this rule to the proper committee there will be time to formulate a law under which the contest can be legally and fairly heard that law jean be constitutionally passed by the Democratic majorities of the two Houses and it vetoed by the Governor can be passed over his veto Under that law the contest can be heard and then each nember can vote conscientiously on the testimony and law II the major- Ity honestly believe that Mr Goebel was elected each one should so vote If they do not so believe then they owe it to their personal hunor and to their official integrity to vote against inch declaration We feel ceitalnthat a majority n ach House desire to vote intelligent 1y and honestly The sole question really is how many members who are at heart honest have the courage to do righthave the manliness to vote their convictions how many members hold their honor above their cowardice or their ambitiun or their dread of party discipline Friends somewhat humorously say the Herald is unduly optimistic when it expresses its continued confidence in the courage the Integrity and the Intelligence of the majority ol both Houses It would cause us infinite pain II indeed we had to give up that confidence A FAITHFUL DOG How Ho Saved Tho Llvos Of Somo Prospectors Deeds of heroism have been enact ed In Alaska whtch history will never chronicle Truth prints a story of one party of prospectors who owe their lives to a dog Upon the desolate waste ol that Inhospitably glazier the Valdes which has proved a sepulchre to so many bright hopes sod earnest aspi rations last winter a patty of pros pectors were camped Day alter day they hud worked their way forward death disputing every foot with them until it was decided that the main party should remain in camp and two of their number acompanied only by a dog should endeavor to find trallwhlchwould lead away from the glazier For days the two men wandered until nature succumbed and they lay down weary and exhausted Their faithful companion clung tothem and the warmth of his body was grateful as theycrouched low with the ice ladened wind howling about Their scanty stock ol prvlsionsbadL well nigh exhausted when them suggeste4 sending the dog toctrap This was a forlorn hope but their only one Quickly wilting a few wotds on a leaf torn from a book they made it last around the dogs neck and encouraged him to start back on the trail The sagacious animal did not ap pear to understand but after repeated efforts they persuaded him to start and he was soon swallowed In the bnow the mist and the stormITwo dys and nights ing which the men fuflered untold agonies On the evening of the third day when all hope had gone nnd they were re ilned to their fate out of the blinding and drifting snow bounded the dog and close bs hind him came ready hands to win ister to their wants The rrniainder ol the story U simple The whole party returned having abandoned their useless quest anrl on the list Topeka going south were twi itrateful men and a very or dlnatv IfoHnrr dog That dog will never want as long as we two live said a gri zzled and sunburnt man i CRIMINAlI CONSPIRACY Aganst Civil Liberty Is On the Eve of the Climax Indictment Against the Goebel Conspi rapy Drawn By RepublicanPar Ity Authority Intimidation of the Peo ple by Partisan Courts- Denounced Outlawry Running Riot at the Very Headquarters of tho Commonwealths Gov ernment No Check Has Boen Olven the Outrage Upon Law and Order A1Imd Unite to riilitnn lo lnl Hark bon InloTlielrIteireeulnllTCf To the People of Kentuly Agreat crisis has arisen in your pub tic affairs Two months after a general election a defeated minority is de lying the law violating the constitu tion and seeking by revolutionary means to establish usurpers In public positions already filled by men you have chosen to conduct your affairs A political conspiracy against representative govern turn t approaches a climax Every right guaranteed by our constitution is violated ruthlessly alike In party convention by election commissioners by officers ol the Ju diciary Department and by representatives in the Legislature- In open mockery of the dismay with which patriotic citizens ol Kentucky saw the election machinery pass abso lutely under partisan domination the men who had by fraud force and perfidy won their party nominations boastedctffot no mjollt however great could prevent the usurpers 1electionThe wrath of the people spoke at the polls and though crimes innum erable were committed against the sufl rage they fell short ol the political necessities of the conspirators your choice was duly certified to by the honorable men whom partisan wrath could not move and political threats could not intimidate That was supposed to conclude the controversy The will of the people was in 1896 from Nebraska to be the law of the land and it must be estab lished as the law oi Kentucky else we are unworthy of the rights our forefathers secured for their decend antsBut unless you will act so as to in struct your representatives In the Legislature to execute your will the enemies of repiejeutative government may yet triumph or in their vain el forts to triumph may provoke blood shed Since the assembling oi your Legis lature we have seen one act ol usurpation and outlawry tiead upon an others heels so fast they follow The provision that contesting com mittees shall be choses by lot has been recklessly set aside by a dis graceful piece of jugglery and packed committees are to hear contests for the two highest offices in this State We have seen the provision requlr ling the committee to report to the two houses of the general assembly for further action repealed or set aside by a rule of the senate a new single and AT THE RATE OF 4CENTS A WEEK for the OLOasT and lUST AF TCRN ON Newspaper ID the South The Louisville Evening Post Contains 10 liar 16 pageS llyComlelo Dally Markets Alt the Ab tr cU at the Opinions M the Court of Appeal All the Washington andlranklorlNcw EVERYTHING THAT A DAILY NEWSPAPER SHOULD CONTAIN lito be leant In tka livening Ioat dally The Rates Are 1100 far Thrca MonthS HIO for SU nonth 100 for One Year 312 copIes for 200 ocnti Send po tal card for MBplecopka I CATARRH TIle Hotlicr Consumption How this Dread DUeua My be Prevented and CuredThe Orettett of Specialist Writes on the Subject Oatarrhta the mother of connnmptlon 33 thIsi not meal that f catarrh de TClope Into Lull do mean that catarrh uticntm checked and utara ltin the prop U I for eaten don from flIsceofbetnntrg iQuedeepertract in Conmrnltton of the Lungs dcttoie any considerable part of the macau aurfaco of the ItT Iaeacres It Inflame and conrntia tuterbaalflhttUIIdnor dla hanrei bnt aea It rcacbci the lntntiy dfllcata llnlnirnt tho tulMtM lunlfluantllltlllunll1ol- he Inflamattnn and conCrtlon caiur lon the smell air a and allowing the putrlddlKhanratl matter to accumulate cawpua rot away menibrfle reuItlne In bat we 5UOowun pUonoll llAJnPo TENDENCY OP CATARRH ITHIJ of catarrh ien It lian once obtained al7 port or Ibo mucnu1Orane- whIch Jinci overt Cavity of the body I to contaaUy Mtjnitn every dlraclioo Cat irrli In alnvwt orrrr nitine rtarta with hat la stimmonlr the Lead TbU cold la- jllojl tn kCD of ane ztraeiauareo- rweakenlnz 01 the sirtem ard bMonm chrome Ii tin malt Unlen a of- thIrnnllttonIeteeted disrate JttrgI1to tho throat tJ th clilal tube langsNOW LUNa Oonrumctlon cannot be cured New Innncannot in nude far a n n any rnrthan new UngerOra- nw no0 tt catarrh curtdln aUnaiUEea iwpt tan Baal and alwaj fatal one A CuRTAIN CURB Tn an rgrpprlanco of twenty year dnrinc vblch tl ml hire tmt mony Cf nf all firnnofcntirrh I n Te- rmllntand tsIled tnelflCta ponoanrnt cull Tbs mtbo l I raptor It ano hOI mvnnn and tba rfroeUica which art pnnarnil under mr personal direction In mr ubwtnaoluivnevlolmoIe thny boy Conmmptlonwben n radii the diwine haa not quito reached that tie 1 ain treitlnir and enrlnir core of thlaaort TirrilaT Sn rea cf decaybeanot v111 In the hiT 31110 tasks the patient txirlecuy woll und atroaj again BEGIN AT ONCE rl me nnco more one sit catarrhal uterera to begin trwttmcnt at once for a month of treatment notlo better Iba n the tbrne month iterfnI shall make for the next month a nectalty low fee for the iritm nt of catarrh not complicated b- yotlerdiawmeklnr cn extra charge lor nil mo Iclnea etc may required J NEWTON HATHAWAY M D Dr llatlwwajr k Co SOBClmrcliStrret Naahvlll Term MENTION THIS IAIRll WIIRW WIllTINa consolidated chamber substituted the two houses of the general forI bly rules of order adopted privileges and duties of both houses absorbed by this new creation Your members have been Intimidat ed by false charges ol bribery made in advance of the meeting of the Legis lature and the vote of a Senator who openly confesses that he has accepted a bribe is necessary for the consum rnatiou ol all these acts of usurpation One Senator who is by election of his fellow Senators President of that body thus filling a constitutional office claiming at the same time to be your Governorelect uses the power and the influence of one position to enable him to consummate his designs upon the other In the midst of these turbulent times laws are silent or else the processes of the law are used to advance the political fortunes of men who stand In open defiance of the popular will Citizens are ordered to abandon their daily work and respond to any inquisition grand juries of other coun ties may subject them to regardless of any question jurisdictions or of protection against seizures ol persons and papers without due processes of lawAttorneys pleading for the rights of their clients as defined in the bill of rights are fined for contempt of court When grand juries in the lace of the Indifference of the Commonwealths Attorneys indict violators of the election laws those indictments are held upon the slightest pretext and the processes by the courts brought Into contempt In short fellow citizens a revolt tlon in every department of your government proceeds unchecked Your rights are Denied you and you are deprived ol the privileges of selecting your own officers by acts and pretended acts which have about them no shadow of right or reason The character ol your institutions is being changed and without due process of law med are deprived of office and other men are deprived ol dearer rights than the rights of officehold ing In justice to ourselves and In jus tice to you Impelled by cur regard for the consumption and the laws and by our devotion to the privileges of rep resentative government we make these representations to you and we beseech you so to act as to relieve your representatives from fear or in timidatlon and to secure from them and through them lull obedience to your will as expressed at the polls C M BARKBTT Chairman Republican State Centtnl CommitteeK J HAMPTON Secretary Republican State Central comm 1i Z Wayne Griffin Bro gnarantre every bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and will refund the money to anyone who is not satisfied alter using two thirds of the contents This is the the bet remedy 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 in pneumonia novfeb Printers Dream i A printer satin his office chair his boots were pa tched and hlsco t thread bare and his lace looked weary and worn with care While sadly thinking of business debt old Morpheus slowly around him crept and btfore he knew it he soundly slept and sleeping he dreamed that he was dead from trouble and toil his spirit had fledand o even a cow bill tolled for the test The Republican kindly Invites its many renders and friends to give those merchants who advertise In its columns thn benefit 01 their trade It will bo regarded as a per sonal favor ot the cowhide soul As he wandered among that smoke and scorching in the lower shades he shortly observed I an iron gate that swung on hinges ajar but the entrance was closed with a red hot bar rind Satan himself was peeping out waiting for travelers thereabout nnd thus to the passing I printer spoke Conic in my dear it will cost you nothing and never fear This is the I place where I cook the ones rubo never pay their subscription tutus for though in life they may escape when dead it is too lute I will show jon the i place where I melt them thin with ud hot chains and scraps ol tin and also where I comb their heads with broken glass and melted lead and merits they only think tlu rtrdrellhI water for them to think n grindstone to grind their nose and r d hot tings to wear on their toelII and if they mention they dont like fire Ill sew up their mouths with rtd hot wire and then dear sir you will see them squirm while I roll them over and cool and turn With these last word the printer awoke and thought it all a practical joke but still oft times so real did it seem that he cannot believe it was all a dream oft he thinks with a chuckle and grin of the late of those who save their tin and never pay the printer Exchange The Sick Made Well Have you any pain oracheor 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 Is every organ performing its proper function In other words Are you a perfectly strong active vigorous htaUhyhao py man or woman II not you should not delay one day before you consult J NEWTON HATHAWAY M D tf 309 Church St Nashville Tenn Good Reason Why Mummy can I have that pear that was on the dining room sideboard this morning Cos Because what 11 Cos Ive eaten itPunch- I want to let the people who suRer from rheumatism and sciatica know that Chamberlains Pain Balm relieved me alter a number of other medicines and v doctor had failed It is the best liniment I have ever known ofJ A Dodgen Alpharetta Ga Thousands have been cured of rheumatism by this remedy One application relieves the pain For sale by Z Wayne Grit fiuBro m Not Much to Work With Husband Well cant you decide it never takes me more than a minute to make up my mind Wile Im not surprised my dear it shouldnt take anyone more than a minute to make up your mlndSt Louis Republic Having a Groat Run on Chamberlains Cough Romody Manager Martin of the Pierson drug store informs us that he is having a great run on Chamberlains Cough Remedy He sells five bottles of that medicine to one of any other kind and it gives great satisfaction In these days of la grippe there is noth ing like Chamberlains Cough Remedy to top the cough heal up the sore tbrott and lungs and give relief with in a very short time The sales are growing and all who try it are pleased with its prompt action South Chica go Dally Calument For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Filipino WoodCarvers and Their Work There stands In the old walled city of Manila a church whose rare beauty should win it a place among the famed temp sol the world It is the Church of St fgnatlus of Loyola and as the name would indicate was erected by the Jesuit fathers The ten years that elapsed between 1879 and 1889 were consumed in its construction and Ii success that was truly artistic crowned the effort of a decade The exterior is neither imposing nor artistic but it was upon the interior that efloit was centered and few structures in the world can boast ol the perfect hat mony of eRect there attained Prac tically the entire interior is done in the native hard woods ot the Philip pine Islands that have been carved by master hands A remarkable fact in connection with the work is that it was all done by natives The designs were all made in Europe but every credit is due the workmen who so closely followed their models This incident illustrates a peculiar trait in the Filipinos They lack originality but they tire wonderful imitators Give their carvers a model and they will duplicate to perfection Let their I painters see a picture and they will reproduce it on their ow n instruments Probably the most artistic piece of carving in the church is the pulpit It Is a massive affair to one of the giant columns close to the altar rail On its sides are a series of panels upon which have been carved scenes depict ing Impoitint Scriptural events The DO YOU GET UP WJIH A LANE BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the news papers Is sure of the wonderful cures made by Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney cal triumph of the nineteenth century discovered after years of nent kidney and blad der specialist and Is bles and Brights Disease which Is the worst form of trouble KtlmerTs SwampRoot Is not recommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to purchase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement his made by of this paper who have not already tried It may have sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this paper and send your address to Dr KllmerCoBlng hamton N Y The regular fifty cent Dr liver remedyIt byDr rlnglameDr been and110m of 5amRoat dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists pnlplt has a beautifully carved base and upon the outer side of the hams trade ate the figures of saints The figures have all been perfectly carved and there has been a wonderful regard for detail Proportions are perfect and the effect is at once harmonious and artistic A prodigious amount ol labor was expended upon the puN pit The Rev Father Francisco Simo one of the rectors of the church under whose direction much of the work has been done relates that the carving of the base of the pulpit consumed two yearsand that the balustrade occupied nearly as much time Next to the pulpit the ceiling which Is entirely of carved wood attracts most atten tionThere are a series of intricate designs that show the genius or art and the skill of the carver and the eRect Is admirable The columns capitals and arches have also been done In wood and taey too enhance the altarsloneof wood and show splendid specimens of the skillofthe carvers The floor is also of wood and the sheen of its polish serves to heighted the general effect Most of the wood used Is mal ove best of the all thejilty varieties ol hard wood that grows in the Phil ippines It is capable ol resisting any of the insects that attack wood and neither heat nor water affects It Steel is the only thing that will outlast it It is so hard that the fashioning ol it is very difficult but the excellent re suits obtained make it worthy of the eflort The art oi wood carving baa long been taught to the Filipinos and the traveler in their Islands ees many samples of their work It has reach ed its greatest perfection at the Jesuit College at Manila and the work in the Jesuit church Is Incomparably the best so far done Twentyfour years ago the students of the college sent an elaborate piece of carving to the Centennial Exposition at Philadelphia and with it won the first prlzeSan Fran cisco Chronicle It has been demonstrated repeatedly in every State in the Union and In many foreign countries that Chamberlains Cough Remedy is a certain pre ventive and cure for croup It has become the universal remedy for that disease M V Fisher of Liberty W Va only repeats what has been said around the globe when he 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 ol our children a number of times This remedy is for sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Our subscribers can have the Louisville Evening Post and the Republican one year for only 250 If you are taking The Re publican send in the 150 and the Post will be forthcoming A young man same into our store yesterday suffering from a severe at tack ol cramp colic writers F Hss miller and general merchant Dickeys Mountain Pa He 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 L never saw a fellow so rejoiced Sold by Z Wayne Gri- tfiuDro m Ladles For relief of women Chess ters Tansy Tablets worth their weight- in gold A safe and certain monthly regulator Malted on receipt of price t MURDOCK CURB Co Atlanta Ga Hartford Republican liiiHd ftldayi tn Ml Hartford Pub Co Incorporated FON and LON ROOERS Editors =ersphoaw Z3lelnoo Oiac 33 Entered it Hartford postoffici u jecoBicliss mall matter FRIDAY JANUARY 19 TilE dead and dying about the Capi tol hotel inFratidfnrt made uo change iu the BryauBlackburn Gicbel least MOILMON ROBERTS of Utah wag excluded from Congress by a vote oi 6 against him to 2 in Savor ot seating him and then expelled him later The action of the committee will be approved by Congress nod the entire nation JUDOE PRYOII in attempting to aid- Goebel again found his honor in th way He has stepped down and out entirelyof the Goebel contest busi ness Honor is a very scarce commodity among Gocbelites but is often found among true Democrats WERE it not for three men Kentuckians would now be engaged in the peaceful pursuits of quiet home life whereas as the situation now stands they await impatiently from one day to another in the fear oi serious trouble at Frankfort Those men are Goebel Bryan and Black burn TilE Louisville Commercial has sec onded our nomination of Ex Govd Bradley for lee President is the man of the hour and the man for the place The eyes of the nation are fixed on Kentucky and Keiituck ians row With Bradley on the Na tional ticket old Kentucky would roll up 37000majority A WEAKER morally and mentally and more unscrupulous set of men never disgraced the judiciary than those who pretend to hear the contest case for Governor Their consciences have been thrown to the wind They are aa fully determined now that Goebelwill win before them as they are permitted to survive This is portrayed in their every act TilE Court of Appeals the highest tribunal in the State has disgraced itsI goodname by its recent partisan rul ings The decisions of the court teem to have been made without weighing the law and evidence in the rasa Law does not mean of late what the statutes say but what the courts desire it to mean Verily this court should have a lesson in the object of its being TilE onward march of the Goebel ites to the invasion of the peoples rights is as steady and sure as sun succeeds sun There is not the least doubt about it now that KragJorgensens and Mausers are the only agencies over which they will not pass rough shod and the only barrier to the peo ples rights It to this last the peopl- must resort for the protection of thei rights the State will be plunged into revolution and that appears to be th drift of the present state of affairs THE Likins brothers of the Ken tuck Vindicator a weekly Prohibition paper published at Oweusboro have secured the service of Mr G W Armistead A M Nashville Tenn on the editorial staff of the Vindicator Mr Armistead is one of the most wide ly known Prohibition workers in the South His service will add great strength to the influence of the Vindi cater In addition to its being the organ for the Prohibition party in Kentucky its influence will be spread throughout the South The Likins brothers are Ohio cnuntians full of the vim and push of life Their success will be the fulfilment of the good wishes of many friends here MAYOR WEAVER of Louisvillei stated on the witness stand before the contest board that at least 4 000 men were intimidated and kept from voting fur Goebel This gentleman was kindly asked to favor the counsels for the coutcstee by naming one man not 4000but just one who was intim idatedand the Mayor actually blushed for sbamthl usA he was un able to give the I ov cf a single man that was intimidated Lee Suter o Louisville made a similar charge but could not name a single man that lost his vote by Republican intimida toin The arbitrary manner in which the 87 election officer were removed on the eve of the election proves the utter falacy of the Mayors charge IN the trial of the contest for Gov ernor Monday after exception to no taco of contest had been overruled by the Goebel commission Judg- Yost arose before the court an stated that he would like to offer a demur Kohn suggested that h thought the demur should be ruler- out Whereupon immediately the chairman of the court overruled the demur This highhanded ruling was made before the demur was presented to the court However when riddled by Judge Yosts sound logic Chair man Hickman was forced to retract This is but one example of the strong ly biased rulings of the Democratic committee and yet they say that they will give Taylor a fair and impartial trial The Republican attorneys nev r t er carry a point before the court and never succeed in getting a ruling to which the Goebel attorneys object Yet these men sworn they could and would give a lair trial Every act and deed of the committee is thoroughly in accord with the dictatta from the roM IT 9 possible that the present conI test is mcetitig with approvalamong those sensible men who supported Goebel and the entire ticket but it is not very probable The best plan by winch this question may be settled is to wait until the ith of next November and let it tell itself however we may safely conjecture what that ver dict will be from what we glean fromf men who voted for Goebel Wednesday it was our pleasuro to have quite a conversation with a prominent butewho very contest stating that Blackburn and Goet bel claimed to be friends of the poor man yet after making such threats as were made at McHenry and Louisville and then holding the election themselves they had the face to cry fraud and demand contest Thist said hewas enough evidence to prove whose friends they were The factI is Goebel and Blackburn are menaces to the public peace and so long as they lead a party in politics that tOIJt may we expect treason to thrive iu KentuckysMR BRYAN has just made his sec trip to Kentucky since she repu iated him iuOG We presume that he has concluded that if he is ever en abled to get the electoral vote of Ken tucky it will be done through a process of courtship If this be the conclusion of the Nebraskan he certainly dem castrates very little foresight The truth of the matter is this Under the leadership of Goebel and Blackburn Kentucky has been lost to Democracy I and it is therefore impossible for Bryan or auy other Free SilverI Gobo Democrat to carry it by n fair and impartial election and for Goe bel to loss iu the contest would be the death and burial of Democracy in Kentucky until the day of another generation Mr Bryan is much con cernedabout Kentucky politics but he jumped from the trying pan into the fire when ho leaped from the November election into the middle of the Goebel contest Bryan in Kentucky at present is a menace to the public safety and Kentucky would like for Nebraska to keep her sun at home un til further notifiedILets Think About It Muddy roads always follow rainy seasons The burden and wear of patience accompany muddy roads in all quarters of the globe Out of this dessire for a comfortable mode of trans portation Then naturally follows as night the day a renewal of the brooch talkeinrterest in a project of this nature should maeand arouse his latent energies If th people of Hartford would take an in terest in an enterprise of this nature it could be made a sucefa Hartford does not of necessity share the fate of a hermit but does so endure because of the indifference of her people Questions to be considered in this mat ter are what advantage would such connection with the outer world be to Hartford and surrounding country What would it cost to put an electric car line in good condition for success ful operation How secure the neces vary means Would it be profitable 2 With an electric car line connection with the Illinois Central between Ren der and Williams it would give la boring men an opportunity to build homes in Hartford and work at the mines This would beyond doubt b the case It would bring an immense amount of trade from McHenry Ren der and Williams mines It would afford us a cheap and readymode oi transportation Instead of paying fifty cents for transportation to or from Beaver Dam fifteen cents would suffice Instead of ten cents per bun dred for freight from Beaver Da five cents soulti suffice Hartford would have a ready and cheap market fin which to buy coal This alone to Hartford is a very great item Hart lord could buy her coal for at most 5J cents per bushel Over a line ol frelghdin railroad cars The cost of road rolling stock and electrical plant need not exceed 820000 at most 825000 The money to push such an enterprise beI Twentydf thiscommunitycould form a company necesd Such a plan could be worked success fully and without embarrassment to any man Such would be a most ex rollout investment Why should not such men as II P Taylor J W Ford J C Riley A D White and others consider this matter from a business standpoint Hylera Dyspepsia Tablets pleasant easy to take and glue pirnmnrnt rr lief 30 days treatment fi flails on receipt of price it MURDOCK CURE Co Atlanta Ga Progress of the Conspiracy Each hour of the contest proceedings reveals more of the fraud and force practiced by Goebel and his lieutenants during the Juno convention and the recent election Like the Roman conspirator Cataline Goebel bis lieutenants bribed in manydif ferent ways some are enticed by promise of public favor others by a desire to descend to the lowest depths of infamy with their chief since they have been by their own acts branded in society as public nuisances and public enemies Those who have escaped the bribe have uu fortunately succumbed to the stronger mindof Goebel and have thus been mesmerizedand arc now presumed to be legislating for the whole State yet they are controlled in their every act by William lloebel The clouds of treason that hovered about the im penal city of the Roman Empire in years of her crisis and final downfall were never blacker than those which now encircle Frankfort This gigantic conspiracy is led by a more lewd if possible than any of historic fame This leader of the immortal lost bears the titles of man- slayer and public thief It goes without question that this same man left stormy convention at Louisville witha stolen nomination With the title Democratic candidate for Governor he paraded the State in a vain effort to array the classes against the masses that be might with his stol en title locate himself in the States capitol as its Governor failing in this attempt he called upon his men of weakness for a contest and it was so ordered This mock contest is now in progress at Frankfort The committee sitting as a contest for the Governors office is composed of ten GoboDemo crate and one Republican that for lieutenant Governor is composed of nine to two in favor of Beckhara These committees were chosen by lot Yet there is a mystery about this like all Goebels acts Instead of these committees being 3 to 4 in Goebels favor they are 1 to 10 and 2 to 0 respectively When a vote is called for it results in a party vote Abam Renicka member ofthis contest board han standing bet on the result of the contest and yet he is permitted to sit as an honest juror T M Sharp another member of the contest board has said that Goebel ought to be seate and he would vote for him if Taylors majority had been 15000 Other charges have been brought against a numbers of the committee and yet they are sitting as an unbiased court In view of these facts there can be no question as to the result The people await with great awe the final desper ate venture of this contest board The entire proceedings have been one con tiuued court of mockery The verdict of this contest board of supposed fairness is written Yet to cover the deeds of gigantic fraud and infamy it is necessary for Kentucky and Ken tuckians to await in great expectancy a few days that Goebel may shield lawenext tuckys fate for liberty and freedom or for slavery- It may be that Kentuckians will sufler their liberties snatched from them by Goebel and his outlaws but we shall be slow in believing it This is the verdict so writtenand it remains to see what course events will take Goebel has called into service the reputed Jack China than whom a spirit more lewd neer fell from beau en besides him his lieutenants have gathered for instructions and Frank fort is one scene of confusion The patriots under Washington endured the horrors of war for seven years that they might live aud die freemen To the deeds of these noble heroes we owe pere to fastened about them would be to scorn the acts of those patriots of 1775 These are extraordinary times and men of great ability should guard and direct the old ship of State 100 Reward S10O heroto at one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting direct snrlacellIfoundation of the disease and giving uptheproprietorshavepowers that they offer One Hundred toIAddress F J CHENEY Co- Toledo O Sold by Druggists 750 trails Family Pills are the best- WANTEDMen with rig to sell our Poultry Mixture Straight salaryfrs weekly and expenses Address with stamp EUREKA MFG Co East St Uuis III Better do it than wish it done Better cure caarrh by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla than complain because you suffer from it- Farm for Sale Weil improved and well watered Apply to R n Martin Hartford Ky I 4 The woman who puts her head in the lions mouth seems the type or reckless women But she isnt The J reckless woman It the one who braves Nature day after day neglect of the health of the delicate womanly organs Crime and punishment blossom on one stem 53VI Emerson When the cycle of selfneglect is complete it includes the and are the inevitable penalties inflicted by outraged Nature The drain which today is counted an inconvenience becomes in succeeding days a horrible and offensive stigma The passing depression of an hour grows into a permanent ancholyThe use of Dr rierces Favorite Prescription will save young women from suffering as it will cure those who leave become martyrs after marriage No woman who bearingdownlion or inflammation should delay an other day the use of 1avonte Prescrip tion Its use rl s every woman heals nlnetelght per cent of all who a It contains no opium cocaine or other narcotic I WM tempted to try Our medicines after laymotherwriteiMrFlora greatlybotheredsome drain which rendered me very weak and unfit for work or kind I became so thin there was nothing left of me bat skin and bone My Became alarmed and rot me a bottle ofFavorite PrescripUon1 After he saw the wonderful effects of that one he got me two more and after I used those up there was no move I and I began to gate la flesh very rapidly r brliere r weigh twice as much as did then and can do all of work I think I owe all to Dr Pierce and his woo derful curative medicines lpeciallyadaptcrtu Good Roads The good roads movement seems to have attracted the attention through out the country and it appears that in a few years this entire county will have a revolution in the manner of building and repairing the public roads It is clear to all men of ex perience that the present system of repairing the public roads is an abso lute failure Now that the old system will not serve the present the question should be how can it be bettered There might be a number of sugges tions that would be well to consider We would suggest in the first place that the roads should be worked by taxation Just how this should be managed will be question to consider later The road from Hartford to Beaver Dam should be graveled with out further delay The Fiscal court spends from 8200 to 8400 yearlyon this road and about six months in the year it requires two horses to draw one horses load over this road Whereas if the county would invest a few thousand dollars and gravel the road it could then be kept in good condition for a very small sum besides the en tire county would be greatly benefited thereby It is only a question of time until this willof necessity UP the Goal result Why not build the road now and let the present generation enjoy the benefits of a turn pike road from the county seat to the most important railroadstation Ho Mistakes tho Effect for the Cause That is what the person does who tries to cure rheumatism or any other disease by relieving the symptoms Hoods Sarsaparllla attacks the cause of these diseases It neutralizes the acid in the blood and thus permanent ly cures rheumatism It tones and strengthens the stomach restores its natural digesting fluids and perman ently cures dyspepsia Hoods Pills cure consumption Price 25 cents The situation The Messenger dont want to ban e alarmist in fact will always try to be an optimist but it is no use to try to conceal facts as they are known and viewing things at Frankfort from this distance the situation is at least grave if not alarmlngmore so in fact than at any time since the elec Lion Those who favored law and got government those believing that majorities should rulethat the will of the people expressed by the bal lot should be supreme had hoped that when a tribunal of the making of the minority decided that Governor Taylor had a majority of th votes and was the legal and rightful governor of the state and that when a gentleman who spoke as with authority of his master that the de clsion ot that tribunal should be finaland conclusive that this would end the matter and peace berestored But the matter did not end then These political freehooters propose- to disregard the will of the people and make themselves the tribunal to settle the matter The clerk oi the House was permitted to manipulate tickets for drawing the committee to report upon the contest brought before the legislature that they were all Democrats taut one out often and when this base act was reported to the house the box was emptied of its contents before any investigation could be made Judging from such action and from everything attempted and done the past few days I have nn opinion of my own that Goebel Is going to be declared the Governor by the Legislature regardless of law and sense of justice The Messenger hopes not What the result will be and whether Kentuckys honor and manhood withstand this sort of things or not the future alone can determine Itjpkinsvllle Messenger BITTER QUARREL ENDS In An Anlnl TrngedyThree Men Killed Thrrr Usher wonntlrd Lloutonant Scott DondCol Colson Woundod Not since the Swope Goodloe tragedy has Kentucky witnessed suchan awful duel as that which occurred at the Capitol hotel in Frankfort Tuesday between Col Colson and Lieut E G Scott The following is a brlif account of the affair Frankfort Jan 16In a pistol duel fought at one oclock p nt in the lobby of the Capitol hotel between Col Colson and Lieut E G Scott Lieut Scott and two bystanders were killed outright and three others wounded The tragedy came swiftly Groups of men were lounging about the lobby In the broad corridor just outside members of the Legislature State officials politicians and women were passing to and from the diningrooul where dinner was being servedr1 sharp report sounded over in the southwestern corner of the lobby The loungers started up The diners looked questioningly at each other The buzz of conversation stopped Instantly came another shot then II rapid fusillade as the occupants of the lobby came pouring panic stricken through the broad doors Into the cor ridor Behind them in the lobby wisps of powder smoke thinly vailed a huddle of frightened men crowding through the opposite exits to the street or crouching behind pillars Two men bleeding at every step came rushing into the corridor calling for help Two others were seen over in the southeast corner one making for the basement blood streaming from rngged wounds the other pur suing him relentlessly with his pistol gripped in both hands Then another shot as the men disappeared down the steps the sound of a falling body an Instant later still another shot and another then stillness For the space of a second the crowd paused peering into the smokewreathed lob byThen the smoke lifted and rolled in a heavy cloud against the frescoed ceiling ot the lobby and the frightened crowd not yet comprehending the ex tent of the tragedy ventpredcautious ly at first and then in a surging stream back Into the broad lobby where they be held stretched across the floor the body of Luther Demaree dead with three bullets through his heart Hastening to the balustrade that overlooks the stairway leading to the basement and the bar they saw the pale upturned face of Kthelbert Scott dead and bloody from the seven bullet holes and the heavy Ml don the stairs which n bullet in the back of the bead deliberately aimed by Col Colson caused him to take That others were not wounded seems like a miracle for besides the stray bullets several passed entirely through Lleut Scotts body and from seventy to one hundred men were standing in the lobby making a crowd through which it would seem that a bullet could not pass unimpeded The only explanation is that ten or twelve men who were in range dropped like a shot to the tiled floor and the bullets passed over them Lieut Ethelbert Scott was about thirty years of age and was a son ol the former Superindendent of the Lex ington Insane Asylum Supt Scott married ex Gov Bradleya sister and the Lieutenant was their son He was a young lawyer at Lexington when he persuaded Gov Bradley to Sure Curefor ColdsWhen their feet wet and take cold give them a hot foot bath a bowl of hot CherrydThe chances are they will be all right in the morning Con tinue the Cherry Pectoral a few days all cough has dis appearedOld are also cured we mean the coughs of bron chills weak throats and Irritable coughsecurcdby Aoers Cherry pectoral Every doctor knows that wild remedyknownsoothing and healing Inflamed throats and lungs Put ono ot Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plasters over your lungs Tho Boat Mtdlofl AdvlouFnot We now have tone of the mot tat rset physicians In the United HUtM upsrlepeemedical idtlce write freely all UK particular In our ease Mnu OrLo0e41Was 1 R1 T COLLINS JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE This wideawake and popular house is open to the public with a large list of Special Bargains ready for inspection This will be the beginning of our January clearance sale It is a well known fact we never carry goods from one season to another always showing the newest things nt the opening of each season Hence we will dispose of at this sale a large list of bargains Ve offer a big reduction in Jackets Capes Collarettes and readymade Skirts A 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 shake room for our spring stock We will offer you sonIC rare bargains in this line Ten per cent off on all Mclntoshcs and Gum CoatsWe still have sonIC nice things in our Dress Goods department and in order for you to get choice you must come early Our Hosiery department is chuck full of bar gains in mens womens and childrens sizes Log men we have the genuine Woonsockct Snaglcss Gum Boot They go at the remarkably low price of 325 per pair The factory that makes pictures for us closed down for the holidays hence we are delayed in elegantPictureNow is the time bargainsYours Rr TrCT1ZSN1r r secure for him an appointment as an officer in Col Colsons regiment lie was a large handsome young man with dark curly hair Luther W Demaree was about thir tyfive years of Age and was not mar rled He had a few relatives at Shel byville where he was assistant post matter He owned a fine firm near Shelbyville and was said to have been worth about 30000 Mr Charles II Julian owned a fine farm near Frankfort He was a son of Alexander Julian and was about forty years of age He left a wife whom he married only a few years ago and also an Infant child Colson was Colonel ot the Fourth Kentucky regiment which was en camped for munthsdnrrng the Spmeh American war at Annlston Alabami Scott was a Lieutenant and G 1den was a Captain in Col Colson regiment Several months before the mustering out Col Colsou and Capt Golden had a dispute which resulted In the resignation oi Golden who At once returned to his home in Bar bourvllle Knox county Colson anti Lieutenant Scott alas quarreled and the feeling between them became a bitter that it almost resulted In se rlous trouble while they were still in the service After being mustered out and be tore leaving Annlston Col Colsor walked into a restaurant where Lieuts scott and Blakeman were sitting and it was charged that Colson seized Blakemans hair and twisted it Blakeman claimed that Colson did this because he was sitting with hip enemy Scott At any rate a shoot tug followed and Colson was wounded in the hip Colson drew his plsto ill the provost guard rushed in and shuck him over the head Alter returning home Col Colson suffered a partial stroke ol paralysis on the Hcciunt of the wound inflicted by Scott The first meeting to day between the twdiurn o curved on the streets near the Capitil Hotel A friend of Colsan Mr John B Hurst if Hardly county BHW Scott aud Golden tanditiK on the next corner near the depot in n whispered conversa tion A friend of Goldens says Colson met Gjlden and Scott and that he gave Scott a defiant stare in the eye almost stopping on the sidewalk Each claimed to friends tlut the other had betn on the war path all the morning About 1230 oclock Scott and Golden went into the hotel at the womens entrace walked back to the first door leading into the lobby and stopped at the cigar counter to talk with Mr Kit Chinn son ol Col Jack ChinnMr J C Mayos observation seems to be the most reliable He was sitting near Col Colson engaged in immediatelyIAll oi a sudden said Mr Mayo SavedMy OhIoPipe NervIremybusinessme and I decided to try Dr Miles Nervine It gave me prompt relief cureIgained several pounds in fle- shCraMilt sJjJpyrjoy GuaranteelistDock on heart and nerves tent free Dr Miles Medical Company Elkhart tnd Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria 4 t I I T I saw an expression of unusualex citement on ColColsons countenance He arose from his chair and either while rising or jut after rUing he drew a long revolver and nfter he had advanced step or two firing began I could not say which fired first The shots were close together While I was looking directly into Col Col sons face just before he arose I thought I could distinguish outside of my eye as it were two men apt proaching but I paid np attention to that as the lobby was lullof peo pIe Colson steadied his pistol with his left hand After firing several times he circled ground so as to put himself nearer the center of the lobby while Scott got nearer the corner fartherest from the stairway leading to the basement I think Scott got behind a man who must have been Demaree as Demaree quickly fell to the floor I found that I was getting in range so I dropped to the fl tor to escape the bullets II B1 B COLLINS Griffin Block Corner Opposite the PostOf- ficeHARTFORDKY Dealer in all kinds of Staple and Fancy 1 ll- Q illI t I fiJ 111s tr T I Ir The very freshest and best goods sold at the very lowest PRICES 1 oonntryfofor trade JB Bi Collins It goes toeverypartMurdock Ca tarrh Cure It cures Colds Hay Fever and all forms of Catarrh Price II mailed on receipt ol price See adver tisement tt MURDOCK CURE Co Atlanta Gal LJ Fill 4 COTHE HID DEALERS Tna Crtit That Evu Happaig- reatIs our January Clenrmico Sale Owing to tho mild winter +fe find oursul yes nt tins mason with too ninny heavy goods on hnnde need tho iii iuy for spring iurcliarus Ycu in till probability will loud tlio goods lieforo spring Coma now and lot us exchange to our and satisfaction Mens Over coats c SuitsMens ullvrool Beaver Overcoats our t500 Coats now 303 Our finest grade of Mens litnvor Coats our 850 Coat now IUS- Mens nilwool Ulster Coats our 700 Coat now 488 Haler Overcoats our 100 Coat now 1804Childs Overcoat with cape our 200 Coat now tUUMens allwool tOOO Suits now 40S Mens allwool 1800 Suits now 4008 MOils fine allwool + 1000 Suits now + 848 Proportional reduction in bode lint Wo want to say lioro tint our lino for spring will soon ho in and tllOJuro beauties at WAY DOWN PRICES JACKETSand We aro loaded too heavily in these goods Wo want you to help us unload Wo know that it will take low prices to induct you thats what wo will give 01- 1lntlies allwool latest similes full taffeta lined Jackets sold for f10 now + 7tSa bargain Viva black Afttrnclmn Jackets sold for 800 now half price 1400 Ton green navy liluo and black Heaver Jackets sold for 000 now 308 Ladies black Heaver Capes sold for + 3oO and 500 your choice 218- A few nice allwool double trimmed in fur sold for t125 now 8c We will make tho prices suit the pu- raoHlankGts ComfortsJust ullo received anoth or shipment clean fresh from the market Some have irises ours are the fame Wo are remly to show Prints Ginghams Table Oil Cloth Flannels ereels Talilo Linens ute ut old time prices We are headquarters The place is llm CO THE fill DEALERS GENCY FOR DAYS IRON CLAD I Mtde Upcn Bent Sold Up Ml Rubber Boots Pure Gum and Strictly Guaranteed GnFAIR OO a JEWieIdctlCtDIaesx rtczzexc tea TRANSFEKLINEang=ors = =rQC ara aravssc eau HARTFORD KY- A VAST AND EASY RIDE IN TilE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED i ia i dM iM W MW w UDid You Know That if you would send your Laundry to the Troy Steam Laundry that you would always look neat and clean Save your Laundry for Lyman Williams Agent Laundry called lor and delivered Leave your Laundry at the Singer Office Telephone Nos 46 or 32 5tH U EtHigiUUUgigi Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 19 Floating Studio is now at Hartford Dr IL B Innes Render was in town WednesdayIMessrs Will Moore and Henry Nall want to Greenville Wednesday Get some of our Rocking Chairs free CARSON Co Mr H P Taylor was in Louisville on legal business first oi the week For free Photo Buttons call at the Floating Studio Telephone No 13 Mr C L Woodward Centretown called to see us while In town Mon day Mr llf nis confined to his room wlttoronlc disease of the head Mrs Leland Smith Louisville vis ited friends in Hartford and Rockport this week Miss Bernice Miller has been quite sick for the past week but is improv ing at present Miss Mary Smith has accepted a position as stenographer in the office of Ringo Glenn a Mr M L Heavrin went to Frank fort last Friday on legal business lie returned Wednesday Miss Edna Griffin will go to Louis ville tomorrow to spend a few days the guest of Mrs Leland D Smith Fruit trees grown to contract at 4per hundred Write for particulars J Q A Rahm Leltchfield Ky 26 The latest novelty is the Magnify ing Photograph Frame now atSchrm ters Floating Studio Call and see it RevE M Crowe held quite an Interesting service at Mt Hermon church last Sunday Thirteen were added to the church In order that we may return to Hartford earlier this coming fall the Floating Studio will leave Hattlord for Rochester on or about March rat Mr T H Benton has no time to spars with friends whom he scarcely recognizes in meeting Cause he is the proud father of a baby girl born Sunday MrUess Pate and Miss Dotlle Richerson daughter ol S J Richer son of near Buford were united in marriage at the residence of ex Judg Den Newton the nth inst IWe do not mean for you to buy 15 I or 20 worth at once but get you ticket and every time you spend t get your ticket punchedCARSON Co Messrs Leslie Cooper and Carl Coots in company with Misses Etta and Lillie Thomas attended the big revival meeting at the Beaver Baptist church Wednesday nlgbt1 They report an excellent meeting CullS W1U Al tb ht Com b a7 T Uw mums Bond bydnofrtoca UNecessity is the Mother ofInvention It was the necessity for an honest purifier and tonic that brought into existence Hoods Sarsapa rilla It is a highly concen trated extract prepared by a combination proportion and process peculiar to itselfand giving to Hoods Sarsaparilla unequalled curative power Its xuonJerfut record of cures has made it Americas Greatest Medicine Rosy Cheeks 1 have good health and rosy cheeks thanks to Hoods SarsaparOU R builds me up and saves doctor btts Muy A Burke East dair St Indianapolis Lt- dfrillabcijfoocC tt Itoodl Mil eura llTr 1111 the non Irrlutlnl and onl7 thorO a to tab with 11004 9 Sarapan Mr Broadie Howard of DulordI one of Ohio countys best citizens has moved his family to Hartford to educate his children Haitford is de lighted to have such citizens come and we hope to stay If you ceed any Enlarging done in the Portrait line remember f3 oo in advance pays for the best 16x20 Por trait that money can buy in a nice frame Work guaranteed at Schroders Floating Studio Telephone No 13 Mr Chester Loney near McHenry left Tuesday for Nashville Tenn where he will pursue a business course in Droughons Business Col lege Mr Loney is a promising young man and we wish for him un bounded success in his chosen voca tion Sheriff S T Stevens wile and two children Miss Winona and Master Shelby went to Russellville last Friday to visit Mrs Fanny Taylor sister of Mr Stevens They returned Mon day and Sheriff Stevens resumed his duties but his health is greatly Im pared Mr Cal P Keown will move his family to his farm near Fordsville soon where they will reside in the future Mr Keown made many friends while Sheriff of the county and heI will be greatly missed in Hartford by those who esteem his friendship most highly The season is ripe for the investor to lodge his money in real estate There is not a house in all Hartford for rent Every house is occupied yet more people want to come Men desiring to educate their children nowI look toward Hartford Lend a help ing hand Time RRPUBUCAN now has nine regular subscribers in the Philippine Islands J C Barnard Beaver Dim Earl Bennett Hartford Finis Rowe Centretown Walter B Smith Hartford R P Liles Beda Capt Oscar Bishop Hartford Murray II Mills Beda A B Crowder Rosine Chas L Wedding Rosine The spring session of Beaver Dam Seminary opened Tuesday with a large number of students present Many of the citizens together with the ministers of town were out to en courage with their presence and good words of cheer The good done by this institution for the last several years promises to be repeatedagain From January tat 1900 until April tat 1900 we will give free one good Oak Rocker with every 20 cash pur chase and one good Oak Dining Chair with every 15 cash purchase We do not let anyone undersell us and with this inducement itcertainly will be to your advantage to trade with- CARSON Co Mr G N Bailey of near town lost his house and contents by fire a few days since The family awoke to find the house almost consumed The bed on which the family were sleep- Ing was on fire when they awoke The little child came near perishing before it was rescued The house and entire contents were consumed There was no insurance on the property The Christian people of Beaver Dam and vicinity are engaged in a great revival at the Baptist Church It is perhaps the greatest revival the town ever saw Revs Jenkins Coleman Jarnagin are conducting the meeting Men ot families have proclaimed their faith in the Savior and the entire community seems to have been greatly stirred religiously It augurs well for the future of common school system when ourI people are willing to bear the ex oflengthenlng the term of school Messrs Ernest Woodward and E W Patterson who will close a successful McHenryethis evening have been employed fo a three months work in the spring at the same place and will begin on gro onTIIR REPUBLICAN is in receipt of a letter from Mr Richard P Liles Bacolod Nepros Island P Iuqueit Ins that TUB REPUBLICAN besenthlm immediately We take great pleasure in forwarding TUB REPUBLICAN to our esteemed friend in the service of his country now located in the remote islands of the set When this copy reaches Mr Liles rpiing time will have come to lilts all nature let we tru t the contents c f the papa till bt of interest John Pat Jones colored through mistake gave his little eightmonths old baby a half teaspoonful poison ous medicine Wednesday night and the little fellow came near dying The medicine was composed of equal puts of laudanum and digitalis The for mer tending to put the little fellow to sleep while the latter was inclined to stop the heart from beating At present the child is doing well Mr Prank Buskill Bowling Green visited his brother Arthur first of tile week He returned yesterdaynccom- panied by his brother Mr A D Bus kill who will attend the Cherry Bros Business College Mr Buskill hasI been stenographer for the law firm oi Hcaviin Taylor for quite awhile lIe is a worthy young man aud has made many warm fi lends while in Hartford who will regret to bid him good bye The spring term of Hartford college will open Monday Those in charge report the brightest prospect enjoyed in several years Not less than sev entyfive boarding students are ex pected to enter during the first week The people ofHartford should remem ber the good done by this institution in former years and know that Hart ford College now has the strongest faculty in its illustrious history A good college is the life of any com munity Students make society oldI Sunday Schools and make homes huppy Come out good people hang the latchstring on the outside and bid them welcome into your homes The Ohio County Teachers Asso ciation has been postponed until Jan the 27th The programme committee has concluded that January 27 will suit the convenience of the mass teachers better than Jan uary 20 said by that date most all the teachers cf the county will beI concentrated here and at Beaver Dam We hope that with the b ning cl the year 1900 our teachersI will be filled with the wine of the new year and that each deed for the profession will be done with renewed life and energy The teacher who desires to be abreast ot the times cannot afford to miss the associa tion Mrs I M Bennett of near Beda was given a surprise dinner last Sunday by her children and sisters in honor of her fiftyfive birth day Those present were Mr and Mrs G W Snell and family Mr and Mrs Granville Patton and family Mr andI Mrs Jo S Bennett and family Mr and Mrs J J Bcnrth and family Mr and Mrs Alex Bennett and family Mr and Mrs Ed Ward Mrs Sallle Bennett Mr Dudley Bennett and sifter Miss Nora Mr and Mrs Alex Barnett The day was spent quite pleasantly and on leaving all joined in wishing that Mrs Bennett should live to witness fifty five more such occasions There were about fifty present Smallpox are again returning to Irighten and aggravate the country Three cases were reported in Iiver more last week and Pleasant Ridge has been contending with theI dreaded disease for the past six Report comes from Greenville that ex Sheriff Mark Prouse entered the Circuit Court room while broker out with the disease and was out on the streets some time It is safe to say that many new cases will result from the exposure Many cases have been reported in Owensboro but chiefly negroes If Hartford and Beaver Dam escape the epidemic it will be a miracle The health authorities should guard closely against any further spread of the disease They cannot be too cautious for when it be comes known that this epidemic ts in a locality business stagnation is the result It is therefore imperative that our health authorities be thoroughly aroused to a senseof their duties When Batg wet sick in gave hi Cast aria Wlitn she was a Child ate erred for Cailula Wlit n she became Miss ala clung to Caitorla When the IntCMUm air last them Caitwla sFISCAL COURT NOTES At the last session ot tbq Fiscal Court the following Road and Bridge Commissioners were elected for the year 1900 Cromwell Magisterial DistrictH B Taylor J P O cHorse Branch W S Cole Appro prlation 200 Select Luther Rogers 150 Cromwell E E Rogers too North and South Rockport and Cool Springs A B Stanley 450 Rosine Magisterial District W ARone J P O C Rosine Ansel Wilson ISO East and West Beaver Dam and Mc Henry John W Pate 300 Center town Smallhouse Point Pleasant and Ceralvo John Rone 6ao Hartford Magisterial District G S Fitzhugh J P 0 C East and West Hartford South of River E PBar nard Joo Beda East and West Hartford north of river James Sullen er 550 Sulphur Springs T F Johnson 200Buford Magisterial District B F Graves J P 0 C Buford and HtflinS H Riley 600 Bartlett G H Patton 500 Fordsville Magisterial District T A Evans J P O C Olaton and Shreve Joe Petty 225 East and West Fotdsville J J Smith 5soo 3oorper dis trictCromwell 1000 Rosine 1500 Hartford 1450 Buford 1100 Fordsville 1050 Total 6100 The per diem of each Road and Bridge Commissioner is limited to 10 per cent ot appropriations The appropriation for the present year is less by a large per cent than previous appropriations The cotrt was in ses stun nine days oteQ were all present every day except 13 q Rone who was absent two days lilaII 3 per the Sheriff and Jailers per diem a- toi 50 pr day amount to ipi THE DUNDEE TRAGEDY frllx Iool stir II In Drntli while In H- DriiiiHrii Airniy with Cal ii Wright mid Two NOIII lit lliiiuUr It jr Drunkenness the Partor all the Partlos was tho Causo of tho Horrible Tragedy One week ago yesterday Ohio county witnessed another sad day ol its history in which Felix Pool met his death at the hands of Mr Caleb Wright Sr and his two sons Jack and Caleb Jr nbout 430 oclock Thursday afternoon after spending most of the day drinking and carous ing together They became involved in a personal quarrel Pool charged the Wrights with carrying a shotgun to kill him and the quarrel soon became n scene of great excitement Pool drew a revolver from his pocket and nourished it in his handI but was persuaded by his son to put it in his pocket only to remain there a short time The lie was given Pool by Caleb Wright Sr and the fight began Prom the evidence given in the examining trial PoolI advanced on Wright with pistol in hand reaching his antagonist flied making a slight wound in Wrights right side a shot was immediately fired by Wright taking effect in the region of Pools abdomen At this juncture Caleb Wright Jr ran to his lathers rescue and fired a shotgun at Pool ire discharge of which took cflect in tools left back Jack Wright seeing his father in a desperate condition seized an ax and struck Pool over the head twoorthree times At this time Pool had clutchI Wright and had thrown him to the floor after the shotgun hail been discharged Pools efforts ended It was thought by the Coroners Jury that this shot caused instant death Some six or seven shots were fired in all but only one from Pools re volverThe character oi Felix Pool fs known to many people His history Is full of deeds of an unpleasant nature He was a man much given to drink and when drunk was very quarrelsome and was considered a very dangerous man A few years he became involved in a difficulty with Tom Calloway and Joseph Bab bitt and was horribly cut with knives the scars of which measured six feet and six inches before the jury that tried him lie was sentenced to ten years in the penitentiary for an attempted rape of one of his own daughters Perhaps the only charge that can be brought against Mr Caleb Wright 3r is that he too frequently Indulges- In excessive drinking When he is sober he is said to be a quiet peaceable citizen His sons are also said to be quiet peaceable young men Mr Caleb Wright seems to have been justified in shooting Pool as it seems to be a case ol shoot or be shot The Wright boys partook of the tragedy that they might save their fathers s life which any son ought to do under the circumstances This is a gist of the evidence as given In the examining trial before Judge Miller Tuesday and Wednesday After a thorough examination of the Commonwealth and also for the defense and alter the case had been argued at length for the defendants by Messrs Shelby Taylor and E P Neal and that for the Commonwealth by Mr Ben D Ringo appointed by Judge Miller in the absence of the Conty Attorney The court held the defendants under a bond of 200 each to await the action ol the grand jury The case is rather ol a disgraceful character yet when a jury shall have passed on the evidence in the case it will doubtless render a verdict in favor of an ncquttal for the Wrights REN DER KY Jau i6Miss Bessie Brown of Beaver Dam is in Render teaching musicMiss Zitta locker of Leltchfield Is in Render this week visiting her brother John It Hooker MrJ L Hocker has gone to Louis ville on business Rev Prichett of Dunmor preached a grand and interesting sermon here last night He will hold a revival here and J there are hopes oi being many souls saved The Render Union Sunday School is progressing nicely under the man agement of Mr Jesse Davis Superin tendent and Miss Martha Lauder as Secretary and Mr Klee Pierce as Assistant Secretary Judson Rowe is on thesourllst this week alter a swift ride to West Providence Sunday The Render Cornet Rand is prog ressing nicely E G Benton Band master J H Brown assistant L Francis president The coal mine is not running very good at this writing MrrHenry Render is checkwiegh ing in the place of J L Hocker Mr Clyde Rowe made a Jiving trip to Central City the other day on businessRev F Rowe filled his regular appointment at Taylor Mines Sunday Everybody is cordially invited to attend the protracted meeting at Ren derHealth in this locality is very good at this writing Every thing is moving along quiet asttown Marshal CROAK RR From the State Press South Trimbles letter to Thompson in 1898 EUggestinr just how the glee tion would have to be stolen in Frank fort was the winning card lor the speakership of the Goebel Legislature Elizabeth town Leader Our peerless Nebraska Colonel hes again found it necessary to deny that he will ever abandon free silver dls cushions Why the necessity of these strenuous denials Without free all ver he is a fish out of water Lexing ton Leader The weight ol the claim of the Goe belites that 10000 voters were kept away from the polls in Louisville by the presence of soldiers is shown by the testimony of R Lee Sutcr an al leged lawyer of that place He wore that at least 4093 Gosbel voters were thus kept from voting but when asked to name one could not do it Owensboro Inquirer Things begin to look blue for Tay lor and Marshall with the whole Democratic organization arrayed against them A corrupt Democratic Legislature and several corrupt mew bers ofthe Court of Appeals have done the work If there is not yet an upheaval in Kentucky it will be because the people are cowards Williams burg Times The Baltimore Sun a strong Democratic journal warns its party that the Goebel operations in Kentucky will return as a plague It denounces as revolutionary the effort to unseat a Governor whonnquestionably received plarality of votes But what does Goebel care fur plagues revolutions or anything elate He is determined- to steal in it matters not if the Democratic party suffers eternal ruin by the act One of these days the Democrat ic party of Kentncky will get their eyes opened sufficiently to see the di mensions ol this usurper and political scamp and then he will be cast over board not however until it is too lateRichmond Pantograph HelpNature 1Babies and children need proper rarely ever medi cine If they do not thrive on their food something is wrong They need a little help to get their digestive machinery working properly srj- J12s01911 LIVER OILVtl- THHYPOPHOSPHITtSorLIMESiSODA will generally correct this difficultyIf will put from one fourth to half a teaspoonful in babys bottle three or four times a day you will soon see a marked improvement For larger children from half to a teaspoonful according to age dissolved in their milk if you so desire will very f soon show its great nourish ing power If the mothers milk does not nourish the baby she needs the emul sion It will show an effect at once both upon mother and child Soc and 0011 drusiUu 6 SCOTT lie BOWNE CI ntUtt Ntw York Ittt FirstClass Livery Stable KE WN MARTIN Hartford Ky Among the many firstclass livery stables in the Groen River Country none are better equipped than Koown S Martin of Hartford It is run by young men who are energetic and uptodate in every particular Buggies and Wagons on sale at all times Fanning Implements in season Celebrated Birdsell Wagons a specialty host of feed and your stock will secure best attention Give them a call Tho Kind You have Always Bought and which luis been In use for over 30 years line borne the signature orimill has been inndo under Ill per sonal supervision xinco its infancy Allow no ono to deceive you in this All Counterfeits Imitations mill Substitutes nro but Experiments that trifle with mill endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORSACaa- torln Is a substitute for Castor OH Paregoric Drops mid Soothing Syrups It Is Harmless and Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its ago Is Its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea anti Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach null Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Boars tho Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TM Ct NT UH COMMNT TT MUIMT Stan NCWTOml urn SHOES SHOES SHOES FOOarwEAELIn every fashionable foim of too and quality Style and comfort combined in the best article that money can buy C1eTYgOLESOLED SaOESAre quite the thing this year as usual The trouble is that many rdealers sell Shoes that are not wholes led in the matter ot leather But if you want real good Shoes Shoes that are well made and I worth the money and were bought because they possessed these qualities to a high degree you will save trouble and money by buying them from me I am sole agent for the Celebrated DElaay Seller ShoosThe most popular and best wearing Shoes on earth You will not be in the swim if you dont wear a pair of these Shoes Below is a few of my many Bargains in Shoes Mens Line Hobaon Shoe worth 200 our price 8150 Schleawing Calf Shoe worth 275 our price 225 The Celebrated Walroohide Shoe worth 250 our price 225 Guaranteed in every way Satin Calt Rhoea from 150 and up Box calf Shoes worth 350 our price 300 The Regent Shoe a 400 Shoe the world over our price 8350 Universal Calf Shoe worth 350 our price 300 Work Shoes from 8115 and up to 150 UVOLllENS SBOESThe finest lino of Misses Shoes in town Custommade Shoes worth 8150our price 8125 Bettor grade same worth 225 our price 8175 Dont forget the place G T Westerfield Hartford Ky aaaaafaO T 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 tsr Ca tarrh In this endeavor many hundreds of nostrums have been oflertd to a snflering publlcand the health of thousands have bern completely ruined by taking them these various compounds causing the worst forms of Dyspepsia Sprays and ointments are also worthless as it is impossible to reach the affected parts in this manner MURDOCKS CATARRH CURE is a new and scientific preparation and U to be smoked in a pipe thereby the fumes nnd smoke going over the entire system sneered by the disease It relieves instantly the worst forms ot Asth ma Bronchitis Hay Fever Colds in the Head and all forms of Catarrh no matter what shape and cures whon treatment is continued for reasonable time No matter how little you are affected dont delay treatment Catarrh comes olten from simple colds Like all new and valuable preparations you will find others saying theirs are jurt as good Beware ot imitations as they are worthless BSTWE ONLY ASK A TRIAL TO CONVINCE Mailed to priceIMURDOCH CURE CO- ATLANTA q oA jr it 1 c JRlHliOa3I 15iI Hartford Ky Has opened up a General Store the only one in town Callan examine myrigoods and get prices before buying ifelsewhere It will be to your inter i est to do so This town goes witholltJsaying with the country people to be the highest town in the county r But he that Says so 4fAs long as I am in business here will misrepresent the town 3 By the help of the people I expect to sell goods as cheap as the cheaprest Country produce atrthe highest market price in ex change for goodsI and Pimples IBoils Give Warning i AH UNFAILING SIGN THAT NATURE IS APPEALING rr FOR HELP When Nature Is overtaxed she own way of giving notice that assist nno Is She does not ask for help until It impossible to get Dolls and an Indication the is accumulating which must be gotten rid of i they are an urgent appeal for asststIWot a warning that can not safely be Ignorel To neglect to purify the blood nt this time mORns more than tho of nous anc unsightly pimples If these impurities are allowed remain succumbs to ordinary illness and is unable to withstand the many ailments which are so prevalent during spring and summer Gentile Second Avenue Seattle Wash says I was afflicted for a long time with 111m which were very annoying as disfigured my face fearfully After using remedies In vain S S S promptly I and thoroughly cleansed my blood and now I rejoice In a good complexion which I never had before Cant W H Dunlap of the A 0 S R rhntfinnoira Tenn writes Several bolls and carbuncles broke out upon me causing great pain and annoyance My blood seemed to be in a riotous condition nothing I took seemed do- an good Six bottles of S S S cured me com and my blood has been perfectly pure ever sinceI S S S FOR THE BLOODi- s the best blood remedy because Itis purely vegetable and U the onlyono that Is absolutely free from potash anti mercury I tpftism Tetter Boils Sores etc cause forcing out all Impure blood Books free to any aby the Swift Specific Co Atlanta Oa I hepghin les The word cheap haj two meanings it may mean cheap quality or- cheap price When I use the word it applies to the price Thats no- tegotismks business Ive built up the biggest shingle business in thin section ol the country just by sticking to Highest Grades and Lowest Prices And I could not have done that if I had used the word cheap carelessly Of course I sell some lowgrade shingles but even on them the price cheap same as on the grades BERE AEE TBEPRJCESaCommon grades sin dimension Cypress Shingles t 75 per 1000 No i Yellow Poplar Shingles 2 10 per 1000 Best Star A Star White Cedar Shingles 2 85 per 1000 Best Red Cedar Shingles 3 10 per tooo Grade for grade these prices cannot be equalled My Cedar Shingles I not to crack warp or curl up at the butts When put on a roof they lay flat and stay that way They make the best roof When you want any amount of any kind of shingles and want them at the lowest prices call and see me about it Write if you cant call Thee EL Eeoh1ilnDflIFIl IN AM KIMIS UUILUIIU MATfclUAL to IND It will only cost you 50 cents extra to ride all day In a Cotton Belt Parlor Caffi Car 25 cents for a half day Seated In a 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 delight In the splendid ladles lounging 5 room with its lounge and Inviting arm 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 cs you please to eat it you will only have to pay for what you order TbCottnnlkitti the dlrPtt IlnetoTesas Ill train run through from Cairo and Memphis to Texa without chine Direct rnnnfctlont are made at Its Juof Ilont for all part of Teiu Indian Territory Oklahoma and the Far West Write and tell us where you an going and when yon will leave and we will tell you wlat yourtlfket will cost which trln to take tomake tho lw ttlmn sod connections god will send you an Intreitlng little ooklt4 HIP TO HIM lLIWUnCnIPIIIalULAII MO EVANSVILLE WiIcWOtHTrtrrmfArtIII Itlisnilt E3erldersorJ O teLOUISVILLE HENDEIISON ST LOUIS HAlLWAY COMPANY Union Depot Seventh and liter Ticket Office 222 Fouith Aieniie Louisvillo to St Louis West No 41 No 45 Leave Louisville 737a ru S35P m to Owensboro 11403 m insSptu to Henderson 1245P ru I2ssa ru 11 Evansville 1153 ra z35a m I MtVernon II4i7pm 429301 Arrive St Louis 732p m 7203 m hasher needed is it are system impurities to ii guarantee U IT St Louis to Louisville East No 44 No 46 Leave St Louis 8403 m B55p m- to MtVernon 12231 ni xI38p m- to Evansville 2r3p nr 235a m- to Henderson 246pm 3Roa in- I Owensboro 344P m 4ooa m Arrive Louisville 74SP nt 73oa m o===v = n vAO =V= No 4J No 43 No 45 Leave Louisville 737a m 450P ru gi8p ru 11 Ilawesville43a m 8o4p m Iir8p m to Owensboro 1 1403 m 9o5p IU II58p m to Henderson45 ni loItp m 12553 ra Arrive Evansville inspm io4op m 1253 m EVANSVILLE TO No 42 No 44 No 46 Leave Evansville 6503 m 220P m 245 tU to Henderson 7153 m 246p m 3103 in I Owensboro 8i8a m 3M4P lit 4ooa m to Hawesville 9174 m 44r III 45 n m Arrive Louisville I23sp m 745P m 733 ni Allltrains run through solid to Evansville Through P irlnr Cars and Pit man Sleepers on all trains to Evansville and ft Louis Nunners 41 atuI 42 connect at Irvington for Fordsville Hurdinsbur c dally 36 A isiness 5daeationIs absolutely necessary to the young man or yttigwonian who uouW wit success in life This being conceded it is of first Importance to get jmi training at the school that stands in the very front rank THE BRYANr STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE t IOlllSVIIIi KrMLCIV jBOOKKEEPING SHORTHAND UEGRAPHV alongwithout LOUISVILLE Seven fxperlenced tenchers encl one a sprriallt it his line Gta lii4te ol title collfse pettff d hy husi ne s huRts Wiite lor a beautiful brink vjvitir It tirnonials Irom erndnatrs ocrupvlne prnniinent posillnis nil over tn TInited StatesIt will be millnl to 2R 3nh1PI4EId w is the time to subscribe i Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 19 I O 3Et RLOCAL T1JIK TAIIlK IIEAYrII UAM NORTh JlOV U- 212h3 n It- innn12a30I p III 2022t53 p III NIIUTII 3111 tllUl13 nUVXDI I310lil p III I O 33 vaitoS- OME A1tI EMINENT OPINIONS I I H Goodnight Former United Statos Congressman Now Judgo of the Circuit Court of Kentucky Back to the day whence the memory of man zu lnetlt not to the contrary we have beets pouting physic into our stomachs to cure the pain in out tces Thus accustomed it is hatd to nppre elate that a science of healing can ex 1IIusiionedsenting to try Osteopathy To me its simplicity made it appe4r absmd i That gall stones asthma rheumatism anti nervous prostration could be cured without knife or drng was to me tin believable and I suffered on from all these ills The most skillful physi clans failed me Fighting fcrlife tried I Osteopathy as a last resort The first treatment strengthened the old preju dice I was sure no good could result But afterwards I slrpt slept like a child It was sweeter than narcotics Then I thought possibly there was something in it Alter a lew treat nents I ate with Impunity anything desired Then I began to hope Di rectly strength returned pain abated organs became normal in their I unc tions Then I believed Continuing to Improve until I grew robust my beliet strengthened Many others came under my notice I saw cures chronic and acute thrt appeared mar velous cures which if performed by the orthodox methods ofmedicine the journals would have abounded in applause I have seen cripples par alytics dyspeptics asthmatics and rheumatics take up their beds and walk These observations added to my own experiences have graduated my hopes and beliefs into knowledge if knowledge can obtain as to human events That Osteopathy is still in its infancy we cheerfully admit nd hence can subscribe to the sentiment expressed by Dr Oliver Wendell Holmes that il all the drugs were cast Used Millions Homes substitute exchange COFFEE Sent by express charges rrhpaid I for 170 lion heads and- S 2ccnt stamp A very Soc umbrella madeofuDloa illktafleta 2Vlnch frame with teren ribs itrcl rod and Mm Congo handle Would cost 1200 at the store I Slion 1tlugJ SashBelt and Buckle lentlon when aeudlur Stilted free IS lion cut from Iamp1IIIIllIlIO andfashionable Silver NapkinRing II20Centiul tiintlal Madonf dur able metal heavily sIlve- rplated patterns CoinPurse For IS lion heads end lor1nne015 llnlnic nickeledrome with stresg llIItenlng Ladles PenKnife fnllnfdecoratedaUd into the sea it would be much better I lor the and so much worse for the fishes There are some cases that Osteopathy refused to undertake I But when the science is perfected it is my belief that it will be potent in I all diseases Certainly Osteopathy is a science of high attainment and util I ity No one capable ol thinking lair ly can withhold applause for a system that is daily curing the most stubborn and serious affections without knife or drug It is probable that within a few sears the ordox profession will accept the utility of Osteopathy as cor dially as it now pccepts the propriety of vaccination though physicians once resisted the latter as bitterly us they now oppose Osteopathy MRS jijsFriiu roRAKHR wirr 01 TUft U S SENATOR FROM 01110 H Mr T A Still dlscoveied noths ing new in medical science but what he has done lor womeu his name would go down the ages as the great ot physician of any age and one of the historical benefactors of the race Ills syttem has made it possible for rnnicu to escape most of the ills which she has been supposed traditionally to be Cbnderuutd to suffer he has made possible for her to approach mater lit in calm tranquility having as that its pains will be almost overcome and he has demon trtcd that women need not spend their lives nursing functional derange- ments without finding succor Who before has done so much in medicine FORMER GOVERNOR ROBERT L TAY LOR OP TENNESSEE When a century later historians are silting the events of this time for the epoch making discoveries ol science and civilization there will be a few chapters moire important I think than that developed to the forma tion of medicine which will have come about through the acceptance and practice of Dr Stills system known as Osteopathy GOVERNOR HAZES I TINGREE OP MICHIGAN Oteopatby is a science entitled to all respect and confidence a distinct advancement in medicine and I know I to day that in medicine a vast amount of good in relieving the sickness and deformation which was not amenable to benefit from drug medicine FORMER GOVERNOR JOHN P ALTOELn OP ILLINOIS I am indebted to Osteopathy for great good to both Mrs Altgeld and myself in more than one cri is when physicians prescription had proven ft in of Accept no I Insist on LION COFFEE in lib pkgs These articles mailed FREE in for lion heads cut from front ofi lb LION pkgs Silk Umbrella either Ladys or dents DressPin Set cent stamp Three r liiiIutheKtIarfpcr thnn shown rom cd of tine roUt gobi with handsomo walitrlncolcpln cull r411i or as a child set I your- walstmeaure for hud soap men now y to Knickerbocker Watch I Given for I7S lion heads and a Kent apearlogtimekeeper Solid nickelsilver cow with ornamental tack Nickel movements fullyIwatch Ladies Watch Chain- A doable strand ol best sIlk cord united at Intervals with colored bead I neat and substantIal Per IS lion heads and a 2etnt tamp I Ladles PocketBook ImdlaltltI sealirralu leather I with live dlvlslouslncludina flap to hold visiting cards secure lionheedsCoffee wrapper and a 2c stamp Gents Watch nailed tree for 90 lion heads and a 2cent lUmp The celelintUxl lager toll watch j stern wound and stem endurable nickel plated caw eocu watch accompan led by guarantee nl the Are liable tlmekee r I I Table Cover I Durabledark colored material that will stand washing flInches free lor 23 lion beads and a It stamp I ns ineffectual as empty words I look I for Dr Stills followers to take a hand in the nnnal of medicine THE VALUE OP THESIS OPINIONS Unquestionably the world at large can crtdit thtSe opinions which are the fruits ol research and observation by these eminent and conservative people These opinions are based in j nearly every case upon the personal of the writers peIcullrlpronounced incurable by the medical i world and the I ict that CUltS 8J per cent of the OteopthyII curables has contributed present standing in this country Pir- it I is clear that il Osteopathy oin cure the medical Incurables it is able cope with the whole realm rf disease toI Osteopathy offers the brightest ruble inducement lo the aspiring joung roan or woman lor no other profession or calling will so certainly give sue i teloplocated nt Franklin Ky is one of the leading institutions of Ottenpathlc world and front the very day of its or ganization has been regarded as fore I most among iherepresentativeschoolH The management has made every possible provision for the success of the Instiltutlonitics unrqinlted in any other similar I schoolThe Southern Infirmary of O tep1 thy is the largest Osteopithic Institu tion in the South and is the plontCrI Infirmary in Kentucky ideal climate and a delightful town and a hospitable people Franklin hasI ttained a welt earned notoriety I health and summer resort and a city of homesFranklin has a well merited pride in her educational institutions and there are few places in our Southland proII Franklin is a very economical place to live Board can be obtained from 8 to 15 per month Catalogues of our school copies otour Journal olI Osteopathy and other information be obtained by addressing SOUTHERN SCHOOL OP OSTEOPATHY Franklin Ky WraopaWDIPI LI LION COFFEE STRENGTH 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