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OJubb1ng Bates yeRlZ25TheThe Republic in unit the Toledo 0 Blade I Jtnr i 25 The Republican and Louisville Dispatch I year 101 25 The Repur liean and the Globe Democrat I year 1 50 M Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL ORGAN THE PART IN THE FOUITS COnKESSIONALDISTKICT Subscription 1 a year VOL iiV HARTFORD KY FRIDAY JANUARY 20 1900 No 27 DOCTORS USE PERUNA H 0 0 I nuE W PENCE NEWAItK 01110 NRW ARK OUo 8 B nrtman M IL Columbus Or It Is now Boventeon year since I re ceived the tint edition of your book entitled Tho Ills of Life I received It In the evening mall and before I reUred I read and pondered over every word In the book I wu greatly Im sincerityThethe remarkable virtues of your Poruna I twa because of this Impression that I resolved I would teat your assertions and test them In a way that could leave no doubt I began prescribing Poruna aj rue proscribeditknow the prevailing diseases are In flammatlon or irritations of the inter nal organs of tho body either of the P Nlehnrt M D ID Nebraska City Mo proscribe Po head the throat tho lunge bowels otc I proscribed It hundrodi of time for th 010 dUcuci durtng- all the following even teen years and I havo never lout a single case during all this time although I have often related this to my medical associate who at oxurolliodltnatlcally bat after I lied treated a largo number of esses that had been given up and cured them they began to believe what I Bald f1 I roly ao wholly upon Poruna In very disease that affects tho mucous membrane lining the Internal organs that 1 never for a moment think of pro scribing anything clso Sine wing To runa 1 have never had a patient die from Inflammation of HIP lungs bladder boweliitomach or kidneys Every case recovered In II very abort time In other 0D3iirDfJ3115R Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession in tho the courts of Ohio and adjoininr counties Mao Notary Public rJOHN T RON- EATTORNEYAT LAW CEMTERTOUN KY Will practice till prnlrkNlun In aiiSht ronrlaoroiilo nod niijolnlneoiinllr cud Conrlol Appeals Niirrlnl ntleii lion given to rolleelloni onieclHW A Bone Bnllillna AeAYlOfi Attorney at LawHAUTPORU Kv Special aMeotion given to all business entrusted to hia care Office in Court louis R E LEE SIMMERMAN Attorney at LaWHAUTFOIID KY Will practice hia profession in all the Courts of and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly at tended to Officer with T J Smith Co Market Htreet J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice Inn profession in Ohio and adjoining counties Special at tention given to all busmen entrusted to hit care S OF 3FLOT33T ATTORNEY AT LA W- FOniiaYILLE KKNTCCUY Will practice bid profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties atI next door to Post Office J EDWIN ROWE V L FELIX Rowe Felix L YrsHARTFORD KY Will practice in the Courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Prompt atteutipn given fo all business en trusted to our care Office in Herald ultdlng 1TM r word I prescribed fo runa for all CalM of catarrhal diseases I believe you areI right In classing all Irritations and inflammations I of tho Internal organ at Pr J W Kahort of Neo Ibo Mo a graduate of three icnnols or medi C InhiKr iirylni rciuli tion some that such irri and cold by you and have Just lied some IIyou one You can use thl one both just you wish you will tho use of If you like case that have with can give you of them DrJ W W M 060 street yn let tcr to Dr says the following am your myielf and am recommend- Ing to rny pa In all cases of catarrh and tlnd to bo moro you represent IV runa can be lied now of nil wi THE HAETEORD REPUBLICAN itarrhIrritation and- Inl1ammll of mucous surface and also tation inflammation i are oausedI ing or some local causeI that you generally use a portrait I when publish a certificate ILII picture taken enclose it and letter or as think it promote 1cruna would special I treated Poruno I hundreds Very truly yourn Pence A Pcrrln D 8 Iloliey Itrookl N Yln a recent Hartman I using 1cruna It tient It drilunlals in thtlnl ectlont atAWrerrlDMDa the time I began using It U was un knownSend for winter catarrh book Ad dress The Pcruna Medicine Co Colum bus Ohio r JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW lltltTlOItl KY Special attention given to all busi ness entrusted to his care Office In Court House M L HEAV- RINrttornevat LawHARTFORD KY Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals Special atten tion given to collections SHELBY TAYLOR J111ORNBJ I1T LAn HARTFORD KY Will practice his piofession in all the couitfol Ohio and adjoining counties andCourt of Appeals Special atten tion given to nil assignments in bankruptcy o JIt BAENEIJIJ ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio counties Careful attention will be given to a business eutruitcd to his curo Col lections a specialty r JNO B WILS- ONAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY SPEOIALattention given to col abstracts Ac also Notary Public for Ohio County squareIE P rL1Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession in all the Courts of at tention given to collections settle- meat decedents estates road end criminal practice Office up attire next door to Griflinsdrug store IJS Weddingi ATTORNEY and CUUNSELlOR at tAW NOTARY FunucV HARTFORD KENTUCKY i Will practice his profession in all the courts ot Ohio and adjoining counties and the Court of Appeals Prompt I attention given to all business entrust to his care Office in REFUIILICAN building TT Current Newspaper Comment What tho Editors of tho Coun try aro Saying About Load Ing Topics of tho Day In the same proportion as wages go up in our industries Bryan stock goes down Ijwell Mas Mail Protection to home industries such Protection as our Tanffs and pitent laws have afforded is so gOd a cause and so thoroughly vindicated nnd es tablished that its foes cannot prevail against ItWashington Post The wonderful Increase of late years in our sales of manufactured articles to other countries furnisheatbe only prool needed that Protection does not handicap American eflort but rather that it encourages it and gives it rich rewardsTroy N Y Times The cotton mills of the East have just announced another raise in wages and that too without consulting Bryan Really their indifference to Mr Bryens predictions of three years ago and his opinions now is repre hensible St Louis Mich LeaderI The srxges of 56700 operatives in Fall River Lowell and New Bedford have been advanced 10 per cent No wonder that William Jennings Bryan gave up his Intention to circulate InI the Eastern States and talk calamity to the people Albany N Y Jour nal The advance in wages for the entire country has been estimated at 15 per cent All this followed a restoration ol the policy of Protection to American labor aud industry When Democrats assail the Dingley Tariff it is well to j remember this Clinton Mo Repub lican Dingley law export figures continue to disgust the Democratic brethren In the twelve months ending with Oc tober 1899 there were 1296 891845 against 809849289 in the corres ponding twelve months ot 1895 when low Tarll was showing off Oswego N Y Times- Democratic efforts to make ttappear that prosperity only extends to the manufacturers and the merchants do not fool anybody The workingman nod the farmer realize and appreciate the change In conditions since the advance agent of prosperity was elected President Clinton Mo Re publican v If the Evening Post really believes that the Tarifi fosters trustshow does it explain the fact that trusts abound in Free Trade England and that the British tin plate trust which has no duty to help ithas advanced prices to a fat greater degree than the American manufacturer engaged in tin plate production Troy N Y Times Fall River wages have come up to top notch again thanks to sound money and Protection in their effect upon the generalbuslhess interests of the country It is safe to Say that for some time to come Fall River will be a cold place for the calamity howler whether his text be free silver or Free TradeBoston Journal The Democrats hope to profit by a monetary discussion In which the Re publicans will put themselves in the position of ignoring the fact that the present prosperity is wholly attribut able to the repeal ot the Wilson Gor- man bill and the passage qf the Ding ley lawaffording Protection to Amer ACTS GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS GLEAN5ES THE 5YTEM EFFECTUALL fL fEVEPSOVERCOMES I IivisTIPAT10N I PERMANENTLY ITS BHita rffECTS I BWX THfGetiJlttr UHD BX UI9RNIA ffG SYRVIC p I 611 r I sea SILl wtu MMC I PIIII 100 ru win A New MFor Men Special Arrangements Whereby a Free Copy Can Do Obtained by Every Header of This 1nnor rressoiliavolwn out tliu enormous edit NewtonlIztliaweys VillorJIMusty tlia do ilattiawarhasnuiptwr of these books anItic4ehe tiaupcicluiy tyballpaper who Mnd names address to Mm lot 20 years ur muiaway nru rounrwu liii practice almost exclusively to diseases of mcii mentocombinedfirbyIiIEneRVitality Varlcocdt titrlcturr blood loiannIn in Its elilferent slaes Uiieusnatlsin Weak llatk cut manner orurtuary complaints liken loretand skin lierws Url lItllJleellnd au forms undrrtoDedpatient a Mrting well vigorous man ofVaricoceir trelted or lots of time from Business This It positively orwratlontopagesEvery case Dr Hathaway Is specially JeoIoversightDr or either at onion or by mall and allIone Interview hut this l not es he has mired scores of thousands of IIIllu 1 see 1111tIItomspeedilyasJ NEWTON HATHAWAY M D DrIIathimar it Co SOOChnrrliMrrvl NMhTlllf Tcnn MENTION TillS lAIltll Wll rV WIIITIMQ lean manufacturesSan Francisco Chronicle IOur present Tariff laws have proved satisfactory in every way The present prosperous condition of the county is evidence sufficient that Protection Protects and makes ana tion prosperous The people of the country have no desire whatever to disarrange the workings of our Tariff law and their decision is wire and right Lawrence Mass American The Bryan National Committee Senator J K Jones Manager is in nounced to enter upon a campaign of education In ither words it will labor to convince the farmers and la borers of the United States that they arc not prosperous Whether refer ence will be made to the prosperous and joyous days of the Wilson Gor man Tariff during the second reign of Cleveland Is not stated Oswego N Y Times The Democratic Tariff tinkers de spairing of soon having another op portunity to get the nation at large into troule on account of their Impractical notions still entertain the hope that in the settlement of the Tariff with relation to Porto and the Philippines they will be able to take a hand This however will no doubt call lor the attention of those better able to deal with the matter than the- DenfocratsErie Pa Dispatch The Democratic party will have mighty hard work to find an Issue for 1900 Free Tradelree silver and anti Imperialism are beyond all hopes of resurrection and even the wicked trusts that were going to steal the breadoutof the poor mans mouth have shown that they are not wholly bad as is fnstnctdby the American Woolen Company voluntarily increas ing wages 16 per cent Springfield Mass Union The average dally exports oi manufactures under the Dingley act are just about twice what they were under the Wilson Gorman Tariff But our es teemed Mr Bryan all through his Nebraska campaign repeated the old Free Trade slogan that a Tariff is a taxi and that in order to get foreigu trade home trade must be untaxed Clevelands owllike complaint that it is a condition not a theory which confronts us doesnt phase Mr Bryan in the slightest Wilkes Barre Pa Record It is not difficult to understand why the Bryan Democrats have wiped Ar thur Sewall oil of the slate as running mate again for Bryan this year With the present remarkable prosperity of I the Maine shipbuilding industry it would be somewhat awkward for the I Bath politician and shipbuilder to standon a platform declaring that the gold standard has locked fast the prosperity of an industrial people in the paralysis of hard times He couldnt carry his own shipyard on this issue Hew York Commercial Advertiser Those Free Trader who argue that Free Trade would prove an effective protection against trusts will be inter j sted in the testimony of Manager Giles of the Hteel trust Before tine j Industrial Committee he testified that an attempt was made last summer toI effect a consolidation of wire corapan lea thich would include nil those in Europe and America Free Trade j would make possible more d ngerousII trusts than those now ternattonal trusts from whose grip there would be no eccape Taconm Wash Ledger RECORD OF VOLUNTEERS Mon Who Rushed to Arms to Froo Cuba and Humblo Spain The war department has issued an exhibit ol the strength of the volnn teer forces called in the United States Eet vice during the late war with Spain and in the Philippines with the losses they F 11 fie red from all causes From the exhibit it appears that the several States furnished the following organized bodies of troops under the Presidents call for volunteers r Alabama Three infantry regU intnts ot e of which no negro Ark Isal7Two infantry regiments Califtrnia Six infantry regiments and tour batteries of artillery Colorado One iLfantry regiment anti one battery ConnecticutTwo infantry regi ments and thiee batteries District of ColumbiaOne infantry regiment Delaware Florica Idaho Maine Montana New HarapibireNorth and South Dakota Oregon Rhode Island Wyoming and VermontOne infantry regiment each besides which Maine stnt four batteries of artillery Oregon two Rhode Island two and Wyorat ing one GeorgiaThree infantry regiments and two batteries Illinois Nine infantry regiments of which one was negro one cavalry regiment and one battery IndianaFive infantry regiments two companies of negroes and two batteries IowaFour infantry regiments and two batteries Kansas Four infantry regiments of which one was negro Kentucky Four infantry regiments and two companies of cavalry LouisianaTwo infantry regiments and three batterie- sMarylandTwo infantry regiment- sMassachusettsFive infantry regiments and one regiment of artiller MichiganFive infantry regiments Minnesota Four infantry regl nientsMississippiTbrce infantry regi nientsMissouriFive infantry regiments and one battery Nebraska Three infantry regi mentsNevadaOne infantry battalion and one troop ofcavalry Nev Jersey Four infantry regi ments New York Fifteen Infantry regi ments two troops of cavalry and three batteriesNorth Carolina Three Infantry reg iments one of which was negro OhioTen infantry regiments one being negro one cavalry and one bat tallon of artillery- PennsylvanlaFiCteen infantry reg- Iment three troops ot cavalry and three batteries South CarolinaTwo infantry rrgl ments and one heavy artillery Tennessee Four infantry regi mentsTexasFour infantry and one cavalry re imen- tUtahThree batteries and one cav airy troop Virginia Four infantry regiments one of which was negro Washington One regiment and one battalion of infantry West Virginia Two infantry regi mentsWisconsin Four infantry regU ments and one battery United States Volunteer Engineers two regiments United States Volun teer Cavalry three regiments United R Word to DoctorsWe have the highest regard for tho medical profession Our preparations aro not sold for the purpose antagon lung them but as anald We lay down as an established truth that internal remedies ate positively Injurious to expectant mothers The distress and discomforts experienced during the months preceding can be al- levIated only by treatmentby applying a liniment that softens and re taxes the overstrained muscles We make and sell such a liniment combining the ingredients in a manner hitherto unknown and call it Mothers Friend We know that In thousands of cases H has proved more than a blessing to I expectant It overcomes morn tag sickness It relieves the sense of tightness Headaches cease and dan from Swollen Hard and Rising breasts is avoided Labor itself is thepainWemend it and we know that multitudes of women go to the drug stores and buy It because are sure their trialIjustchanco of Injury being the cause Mothers Friend is scientifically compounded It Is sold at i a bot j tie and should be used during most of the period of estatlon although great relief Is experienced if used only a short time childbirth Send for our il lustrated book about Mothers Friend TUB ORADF1ELD REGULATOR CO ATLANTA OA States Volunteer Infantry ten regi ments of which four were negro Total infantry regiments 167 Total cavalry regiments 7 Regiment rt artillery I Battalions of artillery 2 Batteries ol artillery 40 Engineer regiments 2 Negro regiments 10 Negro companies 2 The t flowing table shows the num ber ot volunteer officers appointed in the various stiffcorps Adjutant General 128 Inspector General 41 Judge Advocate General n Quartermaster General 164 Subsistence department 120 Medical department 143 Poly department 93 Engineer depattmentsrr 28 Ordnance department 20 Signal co ps 128 Total volunteer staff 879 In a recapitulation the total enrollment Is set out the number killed and and died of wounds and the number died ol disease and by accident Some of the detail headings of the exhibit are here omitted but the four essen tial Items are consolidated tin the fol lowing table Total enrollment 182687 Wounded in action 1277 Killed or died of wounds 288 Died of disease 4015 The losses in killed and wounded sustained by the California Colorado Idaho Iowa Kansas Minnesota Montana Nebraska North and South Dakota Oregon Utah and Washington regiments occurred in the mtlllp pines those of the Massact etts Michigan New York Ohio Pennsylvania Wisconsin and the United States volunteer regiments occurred in Cuba and Porto Rico One Pennsylvania regiment sustained some losses also in the Philippines A young man into our store yesterday suffering from a ssveje at tack of cramp colic writes B F Hess 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 broughthimso rejoiced Sold by Z Wayne Gri- ffnIIro m DoYou Nood An Electric Bolt For the past ten years Dr J New ton Hathaway who is recogulged as the greatest of all our specialists has been perfecting un electric belt suit able to use in his practice one which he could furnish as a pait of his system of treatment and which be could conscientiously guarantee He now announces that he has perfected such a belt which he believes to be the only perfect belt made It is light hand some of great power and with new attachments which make it suitable for every case He is prepared to furnish this belt to all patients who need it and who apply to him for treatment at a merely nottinal charge Write to Dr Hathaway today telling all about your case and be will write you about the belt and if you desire the belt will be sent C O D for inspec tion Address Dr Hathaway Co 3 9 Church St Nashville Tenn tf Tho Things That aro Worth Doing Woll In the course of an article in The Youths Companion on Ambitions True and False Bishop Potter of New York says One ot the saddest things in life is to see how much time and how much pains are spent upon things that are not worth either of them In art it Is true where things endure like an exquisite bit ofcarving or one of Meissonlers paintings ora lovely miniature the beauty and per fection are of so fine and high a kind that to spend much time and labor upon them and to be ambitious for nn excellence that which excels of that kind is at ary rate intelligible But the people who spend wteks in en graving Home Sweet Home on a tencent piece or doing anything else of a kind which when it is done is not worth the doing they are I can not think the victims of an ambition that Is both false and foolish II one is beginning life with a few fixed rules one of them may well be What is it that Is best worth doing Can I do it And if I can Is it worth whiletbrowing away tlmeand strength upon what is not Take the matter of our reading One of the things that when we are young we do not realize is that when we are older and find ourselves among other people and hear them talk of what we know noth- Ing about one of the keenest mortifi cations of life will be the conrciou i ness of our own ignorance We will remember then perhaps the books we have ready and of what poor stuff many of them were and we will real ize tb it it we bad given the time that they have cost us to books worth reading we would have been fit cow panions for educated people and hap py and at ease in their society And so of almost anything and everything else It is not so much Tho Republican kindly invites its many readers and friends to give those merchants who advertise in its columns thn benefit of their trade It will bo regarded as a per sonal favor OF than cases came that one wants to do better work that makes a true and honorable ambition as that he wants to do the best The people who do the really great things are the people who have gotten first of all a sense of proportion nod who know what it is upon which it Is worth while to rpcnd their time and by means of which to help or teach their fellowiraen liThe tablecloth in Leonardo da Kinds great picture of the Last Sup per and what Da Vinci did with iit- are worth remembering just here The picture has been engaged and copied all over the world and most of ray readers have seen reproductions ol it with the wonderful figures ol Jesus and St John which are its crowning glories But when it was first exhib ited itlssald that everybody exclaimed s How marvellous is the painting ol the threads of the table cloth until Leonardo Incensed that they should Ignore in the picture what was really great for something that was an insignificant detail seized his brush and impetuously painted the details in the tablecloth all out It was a fine lesuon in proportion which we may recall to help us distinguish in any work between a mere ambition to excel and an ambition to excel in what is worth doing LadiesFor relief of women Ches ters Tansy Tablets worth their weight in gold A safe and certain monthly regulator Mailed on receipt of price i MURDOCK CURB Co Atlanta Ga Yes shoes have advanced but the 26 which a good yearling calf now brings will pay for the family supply for one year but the 15 or 6 whici- the aforesaid yearling would hardl bring in FreeTrade times would leave the family barefooted and with goom old Democratic stone bruises on th childrens feet with shoes at calamity prices And laying all jokes aside the whole situation and difference is practically summed up and illustrated in this incident CarmiIIITimcs When Baby was sick ut gun Sir Castos Whin tlii was a Child ih crltdfor Caitwla When tlit became Hlti shi clung to Cattorla When till hadCliltdrin tlit gays them Cattorla p s Tho Sick Mado 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 or gan performing its proper function In other words Are you a perfectly strong active vigorous healthyhao 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 If you need any sta tionery for the open ing of the New Year TIlE REPUBLICAN is prepared to supply you Prices to suit the times and satisfaction guaranteedGive us a call i BRYAN AND THE SOUTH Reasons Why tho FrooTrado cafamltycandldatoshouldnot port Whatever cIte may happen to the Democrats in the next great campaign they are sure of carrying all the Southern States that went for Bryan in 1896 as the Republicans are carrying Iowa or Pennylvania Washington Post If this is true there are more weak minded persons in the South than there ought to be No pat of the United States has greater or better rersons for being grateful to the policies of the McKin Icy administration than the South At the close of the civil war it found itself impoverished and lacking in the public spirit necessary to the devalopment of whatever natural resources it might possess L c That its natural resources were rich was revealed to the woild through the enterprise of northern men and northern capital Mines quarries and agricultural lands were developed and in the past ten years cotton mills have been built thoughout the South with norlhen capital by north ern men A means of self support has thus been provided for thousonds of men and women who were living in hovels tnd eating nothing more nutrtlous than pone barren of eggs andmilk Since the establishment of 0 Pro tective Tariff cotton mills in the South numberYset northeln manufacturers toserious theireIThe blessings that have fallen upon South through the beneficial In fluence oi the Protective Tariff cannot be over estimated It has clothed and fed thousands upon tnousands of men andwomen and raised them to the point where they are self sustaining and practically independent They are earning dollars that are worth one hundred cents on the mar kets ol the world and they have every reason to believe that if conditions remain as they are they will remain prosperous and happy for many years In the face oi these facts we are as sued by the Post that the Southern States that voted lor Bryan in 1896 will vote for him in 1900 if he is a Presidential candidate They will vote for a mau who bel- Ieves in throwing the markets of the country open to manufactures of Europe and who thinks the Intetest ofthe American laborers are conserved by bringing them into direct compe tition with foreign workingmen They will vote for a man who would flood the country with cheap money outsideI manyIiGfztte S S CucareUIocno II coO IIIdrUIitrefWl4I11oal1 A fat pay roll is certainly good evli dence of prosperity Eh Mr Demo cratNorwalk Ohio Reflector CASTORIA Per Infants and Children Thes Kind You Have Always Bought Bears th- esiture of I The PI KindV You Have Always Boug- htCASIORIA mc oou I COMPANY MKWTOBM Gift S S r Hartford Republican luati frlJati ly till Harlfortt Pub CtJnntporal FON and LON ROOERS Editors Voiophszio SuaiacC3 C it OQ Entered it Hartford psshfftt as secdclass nail matter FRIDAY JANUARY 26 EVERY man who ranctiout I lie conkr test should remember that Rrpiobi Hand is ready to pat him on tbe back and whisper You are my kind of a man You are in my crowd lit TOE more light that it thrown on the coutut the more sacred is the South Trimble letter It will finally be the Gobo De icratfC Bible from which all Democratic sermons sod lectures must flow Jons RcfKty the great Eoglieh f critic and lecturer died January 20 at tbe ripe age of eightyone He was one of the moat noted Englishmen of the nineteenth century His great lectureentitleil Sesame and Lillies made him worldfamous and stamped indelibly hie exalted character upon civilization THE Herald attempts to find apart in a mistake that passively eccapci our attention last week However d the Herald should remember that the i County Superintendent does not have f to call to his aid another to do his ed M z atonal writing And if by chance or l otherwise assistance became necessary he would secure the services of a man who possessed brains heart and con scienceTin Herald says that the responsi bility for the terrible homocide at Frankfort can be laid upon the Re publican leaders of Kentucky Where would the Herald locate the responsi bility for the killing of John L San ford He waa a Democrat and a leader And what about the public execration of the slayer promised the family of the deceased by tbe apostate Blackburn rExGov W 0 BRADLEY and Judge W H Yost are proving the Ciceroes of America in exposing the conspiracy of Goebel Marcus Tullius Cicero ex 1posed tbe conspiracy plotted agaiust the Roman Empire and saved his country Destiny has assigned the honor to Bradley anal Yost of saving J Kentucky from a character blacker than that of the polluted Cattaline All honor to these heroes in the hour of their countrys greatest peiil Till great mockery of justice at Frankfort is calling down upon the Goebel office seekiug oligarchy the most severe censure from the press abroad It is viewed by the onlookers as a determined stand of Kentucky i manhoodagamstauunecrupulousband of election thieves and not the Republican party vs the Democratic party The libertyloving lawabid ing Godfearing people of Kentucky stand almost as a unit against Goe belism AGAIN the pent up envy of the man behind tbe Herald finds an out burst aginst ColDarnettflA promo intnt politician on one occasion was brave enough to venture out from the fastness of his high office in Louisville and come down in Ohio county to advise his political brethren to take their weopeons with them when they went to vote This thrust at our distin guisbed fellow citizen is unbecoming unfair It is in toto an uncompro misingly unequivocally uncondition ally malicious makeshift A sling a thrust that must return boomerang like to him who hurled it 4 Mil RIIYAN told the legislature that was thrice thankful to the merciful IIhe that Goebel could first have his case tried before a partisan Democrat ic board sitting under oath to faithfully administer justice In a few silent words which his own mind heard Bryan snidflBos if you dont count yourselves in you ought to lose out t t This is tbe chance of your life Any thing that is Democratic is rigblI have changed my mind 1 used to 1tblnkand preach that that which was I right was Democratic but when the Democratic party underwent a change- I I went under with it G rebel Blackburn and Bryan are most excellent I examples of mugwump demagogues I Kentucky and the country at largo demand their ostracism Goebel is a public enemy Blackburn a public nuisance and Bryan a public calamity 100 Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to Itarn that there is at last one 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 takt internally acting direct ly upoutb jod and mucous surface ot the sysU u thereby destroying the r foundation of the disease and Riving upJIn doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J CHENEY Co 4ToledoO Sold by 75c i Halls Family Pills are the best I t I IT WRONG TO DEFEND RIGHT IDelore the November election the people of Kentucky bad the eVIland dangerous features of Goebelism and tbe Goebel election law portrayed to I them in a logical and forceful manner The possible frauds were pointed out and the character ot Gofbel was presented to every man within the State and forcibly illustrated to all in the Music Hall convention The editorials of the Courier Journal on the Goebel election law were reproduced in many papers ot tbe State The public mind was thoroughly aroused with such slartling declarations as The people may well stand aghast before the revolutionary elec tion bill which hasllke some dread monstersuddenly emerged from tbe fastnesses of passion and error throngh the Legislature has been threading its torturous way It Is safe to say that the an nalt ollree government will be sought in vain for anything approach lug it in shameless iffrontery and unconcealed delormity The rec ords of reconstruction furnish nothing to compare with it The Brownlow despotism in Tennessee was considered tolerably reckless and tolerably thorough In Its day But the Brownlow despotism at its worst ventured upou nothing so boldly wholly bad as this The time is short but everywhere throughout Kentucky there should be public meetings held to protest and to tend delegations to Frankfort to protest against this monstrous usurpation of power by a few unscrupulous and designing men If this be not done and done quickly and decisively then are free elections and free govern ment at an end in Kentuclcyand the State given over into the keeping of a clique of sell Appointed patty managers not to be recovered by the people short If a p litical revolution With the machinery of this Goebel Jill In his hands Mr Goebel becomes a completely master ot the situation in Kentucky as Diaz in Mexico or Menelek In AbyssiniaAssuredly the act itself If pasted might be desribel as an act to deprive the Commonwealth ot Kentucky of a republican form of government for whereas most force bills have preserved the out ward forms of Republicanism TillS BILL DEFIANTLY CRETES- A THREE MAN POWER UNDER A ONE MAN RULE AS ODI OUS TO LIBERTY AS THE DIRECTORY IN FRANCE UNDER BARRASS OR THE CONSULATE AFTER NAPOLEON HAD CAPTURED THE REVOLUTION AS MR GOEBEL SEEMS TO HAVE CAP IURED TIlE DEMOCRATIC PARTY MACHINERY Along within the same tread of events the noted Trimble Thompson let teas were exposed The people were surprised and amazed by the astound fag declarations made by Trimble who knew fully the object and purpose of the election law from its introduction into the legislature flOur county is all right safely Democratic but city elections cannot be won with a fair count and you know that as well as I do Incompetent unreliable Repub lican judges will have t be appointed The right of the Republicans to indicate who shall represent them asjudges etc will have to be ignoredand the election commissioners will have to d this or receive the illwill of the city Democrats This exposure of the scheme of high banded fraud went the rounds of every ionett newspaper in the State This awful message was delivered at the door of every citizen It was self explanatory Fullowing came the bold and defiant assertion of Mr Goebel himself in hIS McHenry speech They may do the voting but we will do the counting The Lour erJouiialt prohetic warning South Trimbles story Thompson and Goe bels defiant declaration were echoed and re echoed from every hill top and mountain until the public mind was thoroughly acquainted with the possibilities of Goebelism their purpose and gigantic scheme of fraud In addition to this the people were told that the Goebel commission which Trimble explained had complete control of thee elections in every county In the State They were told that the State board was composed of Democrats and that that board had authority to appoint a Democratic board in each county and that tbe members of neither the State nor county board were re- qUired to give bond neither were they subject to any fine or penalty what ever regardless of the degree of the crime committed The State board couldremove members of tbe county board at pleasure at any time and the county board was clothed with authority to remove precinct election officers at will Goebelites did the recording of the votes and likewise the counting Every selfrespecting thinking intelligent readiog citizen was aroused and looked with awe upon the ominous situation With a thorough knowledge oi the strained situation time hastened the country to tbe awful crisis The election came and with it came acts deeds and scenes unparalleled in all American history In Louisville eighty seven election officers were removed on the eve of the election Their places were filled by opponents ot Mr Taylor To support the scheme of fraud and disfranchisement the Mayor of Louisville called to the aid of the police and fire departments 275 extra aids Hundreds of menwere standing in line at the polls for hours waiting to vote when the polls closed sod accordingly disfranchised No less than ten thousandmen were kept from voting in Louisville alone Great frauds were committed in Lexington Coviuglou and other cities Then came the attempted steal in the counting rooms Reports of attempted disfranchisement of the Republican voters of Nelson Knox Jackson and other counties by rev using to count and by throwing out the contest in Louisville and the ma licious charge of tissue ballots were nil hurled upon Kentucky in rapid sue cession Then came tbe count by the State board after Democratic precinct election officers and election commissioners had thrown out precinct after precinct the count came and yet Gen Taylor had 2383 majority over Mr Goebeland tbe entire ticket was elected Notwithstanding these stubborn facts the Goebelites have instituted contest which is now on The corn mittees selected to hear the contests for Governor and Lieutenant Governor are packed respectively ten to one and nine to two The contest board which passes on the Stale offices is three to nothing in favor of the Uoebelites Every rule governing all these contests is made by the contest ing party Those rules are very partisan The Guebelites have ruled that the Republicans can have only five days to take testimony They charged Republican fraud iu about half the counties in the State To prove that charge false at least 2500 witnesses have been summoned to Frankfort These are the circumstances and conditions of affairs that existed previous to during and since tbe election and that still exist at Frankfort It was conceded all who make any pretensions to honesty that Gov Taylor and the entire ticket were elected Even Hartford Herald of Nov 20 said But without multiplying words to prove the vanity of any claimer stopping to inveigh Against the fraud and Intimidation that has been practiced against the Democratic candidate we might as well might as well accept the result as now estimated as final Relying upon the most accurate figures at command from all sources it ap pears that Gen W S Taylor and the whole Republican ticket have been elected by majorities ranging at less than three thousand tI There are extravagant claims on both sides but we are giving the situation as we truly believe it stands without any intention of misleading anybody- Iu the face of truth and that acknowledged by the Herald it now under takes tojustify the contest and vilify those who oppose The Heraldsays This Republican bluster however characteristic of the party and of the men who assume to guide Its destinies It Is a part of the force bill of the bayonets at thepolls tactics and of the other methods of coercion and intimidation that characterize this party of rule or ruin win or shoot This is as malicious a thrust as ever fell from lips or pen and goes without the saying as a falsehood upou its face In this State they assume tht Mr Taylor has been elected Governor together with the subordinate officers and regardless of whither this election was legal or not they declare that Mr Taylor shall continue as Governor even lilt takes KrngJorgensens to sustain his reign The Republicans nod Brown Democrats assume nothing The will of the people the great of Kentucky declared it and under the most unfair lircumstnncea ever witnessed in the State The Herald admitted it to be the will of the majority Admitted it as it truly believed it stood Remember the above quotation In the same strain as the above quotation from Wed nesdays issue devotes a column to falsehood and vilification of Republicans and the Republican party Thus the matter stands An outraged and looted people victorious at the the shrine of the sacred ballot A band of office seeking men under cloak and cover of a law made by them to suit tbe occasion remember South Trimhlo attempting to plunder that sanctuary before the count defeated iu that by the honor ot two distinguished Kentuckianathey rally under cover of their law and attempt the invasion ot tbe peoples rights through a mockery contest This is being done after they declared on a thousand stumps that it was impossible for Republicans to commit fraud having all the while com plate control ofevery precinct in the State Still the prosecution of the scheme What people do P Is it tiniuihlH that they must cower goesdie pressure of impending dangers We think Kentucky man ood made of sterner stuff Is it a crime to do right Absolute right is the will ot GodWhenever wherever that right is wronged then and there it is right that men should wrong And boy who stand iu the way of the God chosen should likewise perish Should wen face the ciunons mouth to right a gigantic wrong Answer no and trou repudiate tbe Pilgrim Fathers you brand with shame the lien eu of Bunker Saratoga and Yorktown you stigmatize time cause that impelled the IlerOis of 1812 cud 01 to act Answer no and you make truth alseho eI Would you that Kentucky cower that her sons he savoi Would you that she nrolest then passively submit that her sons be bondsmen Or will ye that Kentucky shall ever stand Christlike by the cause that turns not had Remember Iyaioulh Rock Remember the immortal words of Patrick henry Gila me liberty or give mo deatbl Through all the ages of the past through all the cycles of time since the first morning in Eden along down by Gethsemlne nUll Calvary to tbe present that ever and anon behind the pale of the dim unknown Gd hath stood within the shadow keeping watch above his ownr EAbTHT r J If they only could many rich men wouh erase the W in wealth ant write II in its place and BO charge wealth Into health Its the saddest thing about riches that In in acquiring them men often their health and at their are doomed to live perked in a glistering and wear a sorrow The trouble is generally with the stomach In rush for riches theres been no time for regularity no consideration of right food The stomach And other of digestion and nutrition become diseased and then begins the bitter and varied sufferings of the man with stomach trouble Yet this condition can be cured The stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition can be restored to a nor mat condition of sound health Thou sands testify that Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery strengthens the stomach nourishes the nerves purifies the blood that it breaks the bonds of tin dyspeptic and makes him a healthy man No alcohol whisky or other intoxicant is contained i Medical Discovery I was from what the doctor ailed Indirection but after trying semi eminent phytkiitu filled to get a cure write MrFranl o flax 4730 Independence Jackwn Co Mo some or my qmptomS were ww Otis In pit of atomach fullneia feeling constipation aorne times aoreneaa would extend to bowel Someone recommended me to mike Dr Pierce Golden Medical DiKorerjr which I did and dtertaking only a few I10ttlea of DL cover and our Pleasant Pellets an wy 1 derived more benefit from them than trora Ia other medicine I ever tried I began to gala in flesh from the tort one recommended it to others and will continue to do ao Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets do not become a to the system they have relieved of accumulations ob structions Is Goebels Claim Valid From Mayfield to Maysville Goebel sang his little song 1 am a friend to the poor man This was the war whoop of the nominal Democratic campaign recently waged It cer tainly appears now to men of ordinary intelligence and fairmindedness that they should pause for a moment in earnest meditation Would a friend to the poor man unable to bear his loadof taxation with erect frame In flict unnecessary expense upon him Would a friend of the poor man after- a majority bad cast him aside ask the members of the State Democratic Central committee to demand a con test which would necessarily draw from the State Treasury of which he is a stockholder thousands ot dollars Would a friend to the poor man by fraud chicanery and straigbtout lying gain control of his convention and without cause or charge dismiss 331 members from that convention whIch he had sent there to represent him and his party Would a friend of the poor man like the braying ass parade the poor mans State and vow to the God ofmen that he could not be counted out nor could he be out counted that the other fellows could do all the voting but that he would look after the counting Poor man would your friendmartial at your States capital all the thieves cutthroats and awns sins that he could possibly command to intimidate your legislature that his ambitious alms might be accomplished Poor man what do you think about it anyway Thus might we continno with pertinent questions of this naturead infini turn but tbe above questions will auf fice Every man who has kept him self informed as to tbe proceedings of the campaign knows that Bill Goebel is the friend of nothing save the do mon that lurks in tbe hearts of the conspirator who seeks to overthrow free institutions free government and civil liberty in Kentucky There are no symptoms righteousness no pre tense of fairness and no regard for law in the contest now in progress at Frankfort Behind it all stands one man supported encouraged and CuD doned by the members of thA State Democratic Executive and Campaign committees and a few other supporters of Goebel paganism When this is said the story has been told Goebel followers are deserting one by cne First Hodgethen Ellis and Pryorand the privates are daily dropping from the rolland in a short time the great Democratic camp will have as its oc cupants Bill Goebel and Jo Black bum in company with tbe ghost of the late John L Sandford It should be the fervent prayer of every Christian that this plague pest and noxious ca lamityof Goebelism will never agaic visit the kingdom of peace progress and happiness Prophecies Fulfilled Everything prophesied by the oppo lents of the Goebel election law to this day has come to pass It was charged that tbe law was passed for the purpose of making Wm Goebel Governor of Kentucky He stole the nomination of the Music Hall conven ion and set the whole election ma ihlnery to working in his interest having control of every precinct in the state It was prophesied that high banded fraud would stalk about the shrine of freedom and sit in the seat of justice and that liberty would cower and grope in the darkness The disfranchisement of ten thousand voters in Louisville the attempted steal in Nelson county tl o gigantic frauds perpetrated in Lexington Coviugton and other cities and the ying charge of tissue ballots all beir witness to the fulfilment of the prophesy It was prophesied that ifthe Goebelites failed to steal enough votes to make their own numbers exceed tho opposition he wouldattempt to count himself in in the election commissions This loss been fulfilled in its entirety It was prophesied that it Goebel were de feated by a clear majority a great cry of fraud would be set up and n contest inaugurated The honor of Capt Ellis and Judge Pryor proved an tank surmountable barrier to his gigantic scheme of fraud Political influences brought about the abdication of those men and packing the board with men of his like Failing in the commit ion Goebel and his associates have in stituted contests Now with ten of the eleven andnine of tbeeleven commit teemen composing tbe courts to hear the contests tor Governor and Lieutenant Governor respectively of his own type of manhood the contest progresses Three prophecies yet rev main veiled in the mists of the future First That Goebel and his associates will win before the contest boards regardless of the testimony given Second That the people will sustain their great mandate with sword if need be Third That Democracy will lose her prestige in Kentucky for years The proceedings of tbe mock trial at Frankfort is evidence that their decision is as surely to be for the Goebelites u they hand down an opinion That the usurpations and frauds of the Goebel ites will be resisted by the manhood of Kentucky is d ubly assured by the onwardmarch of the sturdy calm and determined citizen to the seat of government Really only Democracys future yet remains unseen DEATH WROTE FINIS Sad End of tho Pretty Love Story of Hattio Osborno of Clark County Winchester Ky Jan 24About- six months ago Miss Hattie Osborne twenty years of age placed a sealed bottle In one of the tributaries of Lnl begrab creek asking the finder to answer a letter contained therein The bottle was found by William Kane a young farmer living on the Kentucky river more than one hunk dred miles away He answered the letter and a proposal of marriage was soon made and accepted The date of tbe wedding was fixed for December 15 but a few days before this the pros pective bride was stricken with typhoid fever She grew worse end a few days ago died Her affianced husband was with her until her death a a A Flimsy Caso The evidence that has been adduced before the contest committees it Frank fort fails to establish a single vote In the whole State it tbe matter was sub milted toan intelligent and Just judge The proof regarding the action of the military in Louisville has been very full Not a single witness testis fied to the presence of the troops on the streets until 6 oclock on the day of the election two hours alter the polls had closed They visited but two polling places which were occn pltd by the officers of election who were counting the vote and they did not interfere there They were not present at any other place in the city where the officers of election were present No witness swore that a single voter changed his vote or that a single voter was kept from voting by the soldiers Nothing but general statements wee made and not a wit ness could swear that he knew a single man who was kept from voting on any- account The testimony AS to thin ballots Allers1 hair VIlor What does it doi It causes the oil glands in the skin to become more active making the hair soft and glossy precisely as nature intended- Itcleanses the scalp from dandrufFand thus removes one of the great causes of baldnessIt a better circu lation in the scalp and stops the hair from coming out II Prevents and II cures Baldness Ayers Hair Vigor will surely make hair grow on bald heads provided only there is any life remain ing ip the hair bulbs It restores color to gray or white hair It does not do this in a moment as wIll a hair dye but in a short time the gray color of age gradually disap pears and the darker color of youth takes its place Would you like a copy of our book on the Hair and Scalp i It is free It 0 do not obtain III the twn flu ou xyeted Inn tb uu of be vigor write UM Doctor about It- Ad4nu BiU J a ATER Until Yore T WE WANT ROOM For the Display of the Largest and Finest Stock of Now Spring Goods Ever Brought to Hartford lT uA Jpf+ r- L O J4U L V 1 Lf L al U tag ieyt VV l vur t u We ore going to take the public into our confidence this week and state some facts that will be of interest to every man woman and child who has ever thought of buying anything in Dry Goods Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Caps and in fact anything kept in a firstclass Dry Goods store We must make room for this stock It is a matter of impera tine necessity The only solution of the difficulty is to offer such inducements as will materially reduce the present immense line of goods on our floors This we propose to do beginning at once It should be remembered in this connection that our present stock of goods was bought before the recent advance in all prices on such articles Our customers will not only get the benefit of that fact but very substantial reductions from the old prices TM Ulit 5S- tvrp4 Itl Shank QueenBee I Heres G Where Together YOU WANT SHOES WEVE GOT STYLES jt BEST VALUES 200Buys the Shoe above the Best for the money tn town Made by The Brown Shoe Co the best shoe builders I Clothing Underwear Elegant Prints Earlington TMrYN s5B- BEE 300 STOPa AND THINK We Get SHOESLATEST If It Is a Shoes Mire uct of Shoes a Record nil points shoenttUng Thats We In behind 300 ot Shoes disc Skt- nfcSECRETARY 350 ON what when Our Goods Pricestcompetition 2inmtnorltif driving 850 Shoe- FauUlaa nothing The above cuts show the Shoes we handle and made Brown Shoe of St Louis Every pail warranted to give perfect satisfaction oiler special inducements in this line Mens wool Beaver former 12 oo price oo Mens Cloth Overcoats f6 price 4 Mens at f10 go at oo tens former price f7 So oo Ukteis former price f6 oo go at 1475 Our Mens Clothing is in particular I we will inducements in this line TOBACCO COTTON Just rocolvod a sold cheap We ftlll have on a line ol Mens and Underwear Notwithstanding we this line extensively few days we still i which we will offer at greatly prices We in line I finding overstocked at this of we VERY notwithstanding We again invite come our store It will pay you you are bargainhunting If you will be glad see you anyhow With every worth of goods bought from will give you elegant picture Very respectfully lEar r CCIJEEEmTEils Hartford Kentucky used In Republican equally vague One witness swore that saw ballots on which the sten showed and anoth er that the officers did have to one ballot in to see how it was cast was an officer or an inspector In one pre in the whole State it shown that there were illegal votes That was at where votes were cost by who had not been in precinct long It could not be shown how There is not a court In all the land that would not dismiss the contests Instantly on the evidence produced The contestees would not be allowed to evidence The commit tee is a court and it has shown no desire or intention to abide by the rules of eviderce or of law It may be that the If gisla ture voting as a whole may have law the facts tint qulrer it is not expected Oennboio JI Hylers Dysptp ia Tablets pleasant to take and give pariuantnl ie lUt 30 days treatment t Mailed on receipt of price if Co Atlanta G t r1Apply p wt Shank pair or voti want lie you Ul1l41plllO nvcasurc value tor vour With roe duraMlltv stvlc tlvr tine jn and fitting the Kind Sell The ore made bit The BROWN SI tOC CO tile Wflgcsi will licit Spas IVilldcrs the Country tlicv stand their product Imrstcil wllli ILV In this pair tuna more vrvlcc Mot comfort and Stile than von act for on equal omount on place wins rand of are sold of Youths upto date every make tock ofler hand have very in have reduced them CHEAP counties marks three however easy CURt mono We just an line of consisting of Indigo Blues Black Red but the advance in we tinue to them at to if to order only cinct they voted RENDER KYIJan 24 Mrs Effie I Bremen In town visiting E F Rowe and family and Mrs James little FridayIFuneral preached by Rev R F Rowe The funeral ot John McIntyre preached at Taylor Mines by Rev E F Rowe leaves a childrenIson Raymond is very at this writing of pneu moniaLittle McKinley is very sick pneumoniaI at this I writingMr Rowe will leave Thursday to attend tbe Becks Hall ConventionII Tbe revival at this place is progressing nicely Seven conversions there are of ones The will still with Its work to TUB RnrunucAN REX r- SerTtl lives were persons ii jured an ke that- visited Trnimita Mrzfco Friday night Many buildings were 1I ticurly damaged wire wrecked The same force that causes eruptions produces earthquakes Children Cry for Pitchers Castoria Ted ath 5Stampd HI THE- SPOTacx Thats Getting there first and Kitten em hard you arrive Thats what ruin Our arc doing for In the Shoe line this season Woro down priceup tnluox Is our for the above In style and finish Made by The Brown Shoe Co St Louis who turn out but the bat some by the Co We all Overcoats price now 8 Melton former price 98 now 98 Ulsters now 8Utters price now 6 Mens now line and To room for spring you special largo balo to bo good Boyt reduced the last ome good things left you bought heavily this and ourselves season the year will let go was he cil not He not was any cast men the not some regard for the and ravl and Ctin have received elegant Prints Steel Greys and prices will coo sell 50 per yard you to are not we 10 us we an through swore unfold enough Introduce ordinary MURDOCK was Sunday Mr Martins yard was last Sunday He low Relly for and lots anxious meetlug continue good Success lost anti sixty by eaiihqu lat lndI0111 volcanic price B B COLLINSGr- iffin Block Copier Opposite the Post Off- iceHARTFORDKYII Dealer in all kinds of Staple and Fancy irlitiig r rr w The very freshest and best goods sold at 0 the very lowest PRICES 1 invito my friends of the country to visit mo when in Hartford for trade B B Collins uDid You Know That ifyou would send your Linn dry to the Troy Steam Laundry that you would always look neat and clean Save your Laundry lor Lyman Williams Agent Laundry called for and delivered Leave your Laundry at the Singer Office Telephone Nos 46 or 3z y =t i FAIR A co THE FAIR IMS Thl rlMGSy That Effflf Bam hour fjront January Clearance Sale Owing to tho unit winter we find ourselves at season with too tunny heavy goods on hand Wo need the inoney for spring purchases You in all prob ability will need the goods before spring Coma now and lot us exchange to our benefit and Mtisfacllon Mens Overcoats fc Suits OOCoatsOur finest grade of Mens Beaver Coats our J8BO Coat now 008 Mans allwool Ulster Goats our fTOO Coat now dOS lies Heaver Overcoats our 1400 Coat now WW Childs Overcoat with capour t2UO Coat now HMO Mens allwool 000 Suits now 108 Mens allwool tSOO Suits now 008 Mens fine allwool 1000 Suits now iU8 Proportional reduction in bos line We want to say hero tint our lino for springwill soon ho in and they are beauties at WAY DOWN PRICES JACKETSand Wo are loaded too heavily in these goods We want you to help us unload Wo know that it will lake low prices to induce you thats what wo will you Ladiesallwool latest shades full taffeta lined bargainFivetSOO now half price 1400 Ton green navy blue and black Heaver Jackets sold for tflOO now 3U8 Ladies black Heaver Capes sold for 30and 1500 your choice fISA few nice allwool double Capes trimmed in fur sold for 125 now 8c Wo make the prices suit tho pu- rseBIankGts ComfortsJust tIll time to buy We have received anoth or shipmuntcleanfrash from the market Some have ours aro the same ncedItrices We are show you Prints Ginghams Table Oil Cloth Flannels tcrcalt Table Linens headquartersThe DAYS IRON CLAD I lade Up HIM I Still Up Hail Pure Gum and Strictly Guaranteed rPAIR GO Hartford Republican FRIDAY JANUARY 26 i J C Riley has hay to sell Floating Studio is now at Hartford i Born to the wile of Mr Frank Wes terfield the 23d Inst a fine boy For fine Photo Buttons call at the I Floating Studio Telephone No 13 Mr R T Collins is all smiles this week Its a fine girl Born the 19th Inst Mr W G Ward remembered the REPUBLICAN Wednesday In a happy wayDont forget to save your Laundry for Lyman Williams Telephone No 32 and 4- 6No Hoper for you said four different dins I still had sufficient left to try Dr Miles New Heart Cure as was highly recommended to me ItI had for years with trouble so bad was my case I was given to die several times Had severe palpitation short breath and much pain the heart flutterin I and smothering spells but Dr Miles Heart Cure gave me prompt relief and finally a permanent cure Mn J L Taylor Ky DR MILES Heart Cure I U sold all drocguti on jluaranteeI lint bottle benefits or Book on heart and nerves sent tee Of Milo Medical Company Elkhart ndl Rubber Boots Mr J Karl Taylor Paradise made Tit RBPODLICAN a very pleasant call Monday- Mrs J F Vickers ot Owensboro its visiting her sister Mrs Heber Matthews McHenryIa Wednesday IMr Tim Taylor and family returned yesterday from a visit to Butler coun ty and Beaver Dam Messrs Wilbur Stevens and JolAi Lindley of near Livermore were In town the first of the week The latest novelty Is the Magnify Ing Photograph Frame now at Schur ters Floating Studio Call and see it Mr Henry Field has been confined to his room for sometime but is im proving and will soon be out again Miss Minnie Crosby returned to her home In Central City alter a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs G T Wester field Mr Dan Gibbs one of Rockports hustling business men made the REPUBLICAN a highly appreciated call Wednesday We are glad to note that Mr Ulyssls Carson Is recovering from a severe attack of billions fever and will be out in a few days Mr T S Marks has moved into the residence of the late Judge E Dudley Walker and has placed his children in Hartford College C J Schutter of Davenport Iowa made a business trip to Hartford Wed nesday He was the guest ol Mr Kelly the stave man Misses Sophia and Margaret David son Beaver Dam were the guests of their brothers family Mr J B Dav- Idson first of the week IL1Ieo uaIn urea Rcldbrdrai It goes to every partMurdock Ca tarrh Cure It cures Colda IllY Fever and all lormsof Catarrh Price flmailed on receipt of price See adver tisement tl MURDOCH CURE Co Atlanta Ga IActions of theJust Smell Sweet The fragrance of lifers vigor and strength neither of which can be found in a person whose blood is impure and whose every Breath speaks of internal troubles Hoods Sarsaparilla purifies vitalizes and enriches the blood gives a good appetite and makes the Weakstrong Run DownMy husbtndDJu rundown in htttth and All tired out Those tictUtnt mtcina Hoofs Pills tndStrs pArHU bolt him up again Mrs H L Mmar TowjuuU Ft jcoodJ SajlJa t1 nods nits ear ilnr till lib nonIrritating anA etrah To takl with lI00co lIaorrilla Get some of our Rocking Chairs free CARSON Co In order that we may return to Hartford earlier this coming fall the Floating Studio will leave Hartford for Rochester on or about March 1st Note the tag on yonr paper and if your time has expired send as a check for the amount due and TUB REPUB LICAN will be delighted by your kind ness A communication recently received from Rev Jo B Rogers Moweaua HI announces that he and his family are enjoying good health in their northern home We have just received information that Mr P II Haffey of Whitesville is very sick and uot expected to live He is a brother inlaw of Col J S R Wedding of this place Mr Alonzo Davis of McLean coun ty has bought the late Baylus Davis farm near town considerations f1700 Mr Davis is a good citizen and we welcome him to our county We do not mean for you to buy fls or flo worth at once but get your ticket and every time you spend fl- get your ticket punchedCARSON Co If you need any Enlarging done in the Portrait line remember f3 00 in advance pays for the best 16x20 Portrait that money can buy in a nice Irame Work guaranteed at Schrccters Floating Studio Telephone No 13 A new general store will be opened at Beda next week The style of the firm will be Potter Park Beda is a good business point and these arc good men for the place We wish for them that success which awaits their Industrious efforts Mr Marvin Miller has accepted a position as stenographer in the offices of Heavrin Taylor and Ringo lit Glenn Mr Miller has had exten sive experience in stenographic work and will make an excellent employe for the firms Mr Will Chamberlain son of B S Chamberlain of near town left Tues day for Tolona III where he will make his future home Will js an excellent young man and leaves be hind a host of friends who wish him well in his adopted home Mr C E Smith of Ceralvo has located in Hartford to practice the profession of law Mr Smith Is one of the countys best teachers and a promising young man If his success as a lawyer is bright as his success as a teacher has been there surely begins a most brilliant record Mr T J Smith accompanied ibis daughters Misses Jessie and Mary to Lexington Sunday These young la dies are highly cultured and refined and enter the Hamilton Female Col lege to bettes equlpp themselves for the duties of life They will be ab sent about five months From January tit 1900 until April tit 1900 we will give free one good Oak Rocker with every flo 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 certainly will be to your advantage to trade with- CARSON Co Rough River Lodge No 1 io Kof P held a very interesting meeting at its Castle Hall last Tuesday nlghtThe Lodge had work in the sat and ad rank and altogether quite an enjoy able and profitable meeting After the inlatory work was completed the Lodge enjoyed a nice lunch which was very much suited to the taste oJ the members Bro B L Slade of Berry Lodger Past Grand Master at Arms was present and took part in the ceremonies and gave the lodge some valuable hints on the work Rough River Lodge No no now one of the best lodges in the Slate and with the adjunct of the Rathbone Sisters composed of the sisters and the wives ot the Knight the lodge is in prime working order New names are being contsantly added to the list of members Judge Miller is in receipt of a letter from the Champion Bridge Company seating thatthe iron bridges for liar netls creek and the Levee north of town had been shipped via III Ovens bore and would be put up this week It Is not probable that the bridge on the levee will be completed before the latter pert ol next week out this will appear ten gold t I bo real z d by the famine in that section of the country Ivr the hivt been greatly inconven i fenced by the absence ol these bridges When they shall have been completed bridge building at these points will be at an end for the next halfcentury ron bridges are by far the cheapest for the county considering their fifes with those of wooden bridges but they should be constructed in the summer and fall and thus mitigate expenses and save the people a great worry The renders ol Tau REPUBLICAN In addition to the other papers that ate now clubbing with us can have the Cincinnati Ohio Weekly Gazette acd the Commercial Appeal published nt Memphis Tenn for 250 and 350 respectively The Gazette is nn excellent paper Republican in faith while the Appeal In Democratic in creed and the leading party organ in the south Our patrons can now get the following papers in clubbing rates with Tim REPUBLICAN fort 25 The Louisville Commercial The Courier Journal The Louisville Dispatch Home and Farm Toledo Blade The Cincinnati Gazette The New York Tribune TIIK REPUBLICAN and St Louis Globe Democrat for frso Tim Appealiville Evening daily Post for fl 50 Any of these papers will give the farmer all the information he may desire TUB REPUBLICAN virtually gives one paper to each new subsctib er Now Is the time to subscribe You will get all the news daring the Presidential campaign Mr W S Young has gone to Ard more I T to spend the spring and summer with his brothers who are in business at that place Mr Young recently closed a very successful terms work at Jingo The patrons of his district were handsomely entertained the last evening of school by a pleas ant and profitable entertainment Be fore leaving for his western visit and summers outing he called at Tun REPUBLICAN office and asked that we permit Tim REPUBLICAN to follow him otlcoursecorded Mr Young TUB REPUBLICAN will keep its readers informed as to the news of the day with special references to the school work and the teachers association Those teachers to busily engaged to attend the ses sions of the association will find detailed accounts of each meeting in TUB REPUBLICAN Mr Young will watch the proceedings of the Ohio County Teachers Association from the heights of Ardmore through the columns of TimE REPUBLICAN with delightful pleasure Alter the summers vaca Lion shall have ended Mr Young will return to Ohio county to resume work at Jingo He is an energectic teacher fondly in love with his work which is the key to success in any schoolroom Administratrixs Salo I will on Saturday February 3 1900 at Beaver Dam Ky sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder on a credit of twelve months all the personal property belonging to the estate 01 G N Plummer deceased consisting of one full and complete set of blacksmith tools also a lot of material plows c also one parlor organ and ice chest c The pur chaser will be required to give bond with good and approved security Cash in hand for All sums of 5 bo or less Josig V PLUMMBR Administratrix 0 Do You Know That you can get all kinds of Sew ing Machine supplies at the Singer office v That the Singer Machine Oil will not gum up your machine That you can buy a good Sewing Machine at the Singer Office for flo That one little dime a day will buy one of those lovely DropHead Sing ers That when you buy a Sewing Machine unless it is a Singer thatyou take it for better or worsei That behind every Singer Sewing Machine stands the Singer Mannfac taring Co worth over a hundred million dollars- II you are thinking of buying a Sewing Machine that the Singer ageut Gross Williams would be de lighted to bring one for you to try Drop him a postal card CENTRAL GROVE KY Rev R W Danks preached an in teresting sermon at the Baptist church Sunday Little Spnrgeon Park who has been confined to his bed on account of a burn which he received a few weeks ago is convalescent Misses Mary and Meek Hocker Mattie Tichenor and Annie ferryman are attending school at Beaver Dam Mrs Lizzie Blackburn and little sou Lawrence Ceralvo are visiting rela tives in the neighborhood The pie supper at Mr Willie McKermans Monday night was en joyed by all present Chester L Loney has gone to Nash ville Tenn where he will spend a few months in Draugons Business College Miss Nannie Chapman of Independ ence neighborhood is visiting her sister Mrs Lizzie Hobdy Mr Henry Lawton South Carroll o ton was the guest of the family of Mr L B Loney Tuesday night Mr George Carson contemplates moving to Centerton in a few days Miss Lillie flames attended church at this place last Sunday Clarence Rowe is on the sick list AONESIA I COLLEGE NOTES The new term opened Monday with brilliant prospects for the best terms work of the schools history- Devotionalexercines were conducted by Presiding Elder Elgin He made a very interesting and appropriate ad dress to the students assembled We were greatly encouraged by the presence of so many good citizens to witness the opening ol the present sessionWe the faculty in welcoming so many young men and ladies to our midst The tllalrlculates from the country are as follows Elder Dodson Iva Dodson Lillian Dodron Dora Dodson J W Marks Jennie Howard Wallace Riley Manning Howard Grace How ard Catharene Howard Lennie Dod son A J Wakeland S T Barnett Henry Pirtle Mattie Pirtle Oma Mad dox Geo Bennett T M Barrett D J Barrett A E Ellis Wayne Ellis Ernet ElUdLena Miller J A Rhoads A R Ross S A Bilbro Lonnle Mi burn Lulu Hoover S M Wilson W E Render J E Johnson Belt Shown Eugenia Howard S C Turner Al- mondpuge Ronda Wade F Taylo- rwatretpFyton Marvin Black W F GiIffiorArchlt Lewis Walter Adcock J D Stewart C L Patton Pearl Holbrook Ethel Jones E J Leach Maggie Mark E J Cuter J A Sand batch Seth Mo ely D P Mrse ly S N Bray P Cuter Bla Cuter E A Carter Eugene Kimmel C E Smith A S Ralph STUDENT Teacher Tomorrow The Ohio County Teachers Asso elation which was to have met last Saturday will meet tomorrow The same programme will be discussed It is hoped that the teachers will re member their pledge to the institutes of the Association and come out in great numbers The Association has assumed the aggresslveandeach meet- Ing is a marked success There are no reasons why the meeting tomorrow should not be the most successful ol the years work Most of the schools In rural districts have closed and many of the teachers have entered school here and at Beaver Dam These all have easy access to the meeting and will attend besides those there are many other teachers being thor oughly imbued with the spirit ol their work who will attend In the teach ers profession are quite a few persons who make their school work their avocation With this class school work is a tortuie only endured for the dol lars and cents that are received from their indulgence For this class of teachers nothing but failure will mark their course As is the teacher so will be the school likewise the Asso elation The interest which the teachers have put into their work during the fall terms work will be pho tographed in the Association tomor row at the College hall If trustees are in search for a teacher for the present year they will find these Associations the place to attend Teacher tomorrow is the day Come prepar ed to demonstrate your propositions Adversity flitters no man but the pains of dyspepsia turn his atten tion to Hoods Sarsaparilla and in its use he finds a cure o Marriages Wt p Bolton Ceralvo to Miss L M Bishop Ceralvo Date of marriage Jan 6- James A Burden Welchs Creek to MM Francis C Kimbley Baize town Date ol marriage Jan 10 II F Hoover He fin to Leona Williams LIvermore Date of mar riage Jan 14 Ra Her Rockport to Georgia Reed Rockport Date of marriage Jan J6 J R Pate Bnford to Dollie Richer son Buford Date of marriage Jan n Sylvester Bryant Roslne to Miss Malinda J Gray Rosine Date of marriage Jan 21 John T Spinks McHenry to Miss Mary A Harlen Render Date of marriage Jan 21 Lawrence Jewell Buford to Miss Apalona Ambrose Pleasant Ridge Date of marriage Jan 24 Thomas K Wright Dundeeto Miss Blizi 3i Pool Dundee Date of mar riage4an24CJCI Olaton to Miss WM Acton Date of marriage Janz- as5 Self Preservation Is the first law of Nature For this reason everyone who is ill desires to become well Those who have impure or impoverished bjood turn to Hoods SarsaparillA because they know it will enrich and purify their blood and give theta good health To take this med icine on the first appearance of impure blood is an important step toward self preservation Hoods Pills cure sick headache in digestion + +Romarkablo Coincidence Mrs William B Cleaver of Uptons Station Hardin county was born on June 14 was married June 24 had three children born June 24oneof which died June 24 the others were married June 24and each had a child born June 24 and Mrs Cleaver herself died last June 24 Dont Tolltto EpIUwl SmotiTour url Away To quit tobacco eailly and forerir be mar netlo lull of lire nerve and vigor lake NoTo Bar the wnodet worker that makes weak men strong All druggists too or II CutffUar teed Booklet and sample Ittt Address 8rlloc Bemody Co Chicago or N1f York 1 a FROM THE STATE PRESS The more Mr Goebels meanness is pninUd out to him the mrore ritter mined be is to bring on bloedahcJ It is high time to drop this desperado to his knees Richmond Pantagraph Perhaps it should not be said but everything considered it seems a pity some of those stray bullets fired in the Cuban Scott duel rot lranLIJlt did not strike the man who is responsible lor the chaos and confusion now so con spicuous In Kentucky Ills exterml nation by accidental or natural death would absolutely be n blessing In the State Richmond Pantagraph Win Goebel will never be Governor of Kentucky The people of the good old State have so willed and they are not in the habit of leaving their will tnwailed by such a gang as is using every extttion to land him there by the foulest means ever invented They have spoken and for their own good it will be well lor the members of the legislature to heed that voice Somerset Paragon Should a revolution be percipltated in Kentucky as the result of the election contest Bill Goebel will be Wholly responsible br it That Goebel syndicate seeking to set up an office trust at Frankfort will be thwarted by patriotic bullets Nothing appears plainer than fight If Goebellsm should prevail through out the nation God would surely burn us as he did Sodom and Gormorrah Jesse James in his palmiest days was not a greater outlaw than this man from Kenton county and it is time to put a quietus on his doings Mr Joseph Confederate States Blackburn has been elected United States senator by the Goebel legislature for the seven thousandeth time but it remains for the national senate to put on the finishing touches It is likely the noisy statesman Iron Woodtord will feel keenly this touch lie will be rejected as he deserves to beRichmond Panta- graphSIgiioIs Danger I Do you take cold with every change In the weather Does your throat feel raw And do sharp pains dart through your chestDont you know these are danger signals which point to pneumonia bronchitis or consumption Itself If you are ailing and have lost flesh lately they are certainly danger signals The question for you to decide Is Have I the vitality to throw off these diseases Dont Walt to try SCOTTS EMULSION as a last resort There Is no remedy equal to It for fortifying the system Prevention Is easy Scotts Emulsionprevents consumption and hosts of other diseases which attack the weak and those with poor blood- SCOTTS EMULSION Is the one standard remedy for Inflamed throats and lungs for colds bronchitis and con sumption It Is a food medi cine of remarkable power A food because it nourishes the body and a medicine be cause It corrects diseased conditions Soc tiki tioa ll dragtbu SCOTT DOWNE ChtmliU New Y- orkFirstClass Livery Stable KB UN a MARTIN Hartford Ky Among the many firstclass livery stables in the Green River Country none aro better equipped than Keown d Martin of Hartford It is run by youngmen who aro energetic and uptoclato in every particular Buggies and Wagons on sale at all times Farming Implements in season Celebrated Birdsell Wagons a specialty Dost of feed and your stock will secure best attention Give them a call I AM BB YEARS OLD sndoeverneed any nmdy equal to LL ll i1fW Jar rlafIn mk IIunytroaaStn M A MetcaUe for Ring out old Ring the Ring out the false Ring the true We bring to you and true from the of Norway DR BELLS a Pleasant Positive Cure for coughs colds all of the and sore weary Lungs are exhila rated the mucus cut the cause of tickling removed the Inflamed membranes healed and soothed so then Is no Inclination to BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTSfOnly 60o BE Dr Delis PtaiTarHoniy SHOES SHOES SHOES lill In every fashionable form of too and ruality Style and comfort combined in the beat article that money can buy WHOLEraOLEE S IOESAre quite the thing tbis year as usual The trouble is that many dealers sell that are not suled in the matter of leather But if you want real good Shoes Shoes that are well made and worth the money and were bought because they these to a degree you will save trouble and money by 4 buying them from me I am sole agent for the Reader Seller ShoesThe 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 of my many in Shoes Mens LineHobson Shoe 8200 our price 8150 Schleswing Calf Shoe worth 8275 our price The Celebrated Walroohide Shoe worth 8250 our price 8225 Guaranteed in every way Satin Calf Shoes from 8150 aqd up Box calf Shoes 8350 our price 8300 The Regent Shoe a 8400 Shoe tho world over our price 83 50 Universal Calf Shoe worth 8350 our price 8300 Work Shoes from and to 8150 WOMENt5 SI3ESThe finest line of Misses Shoes in town Custommade Shoes I worth 8150 our price 8125 Boiler grade same worth 8225 our price Dont the place G T Westerfield Hartford Ky 0l CATARRH CAN BE CURED MURDOCKS CATARRH CURE j IT GOES TO EVERY PART SURE SAFE AND PLEASANT For years has the medical fraternity a reliable and sure cure for Catarrh In this endeavor many hundreds of have been oOered to a suffering publicand the health of thousands have been 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 af fected parts in this manner t MURDOCKS CATARRH CURE a new and scientific preparation and is to be smoked in a pipe thereby the fumes and smoke going over the system by the disease It relieves instantly the worst forms Asth ma Bronchitis Hay Fever Colds in the Head and all forms of Catarrh no matter what shape and cures when treatment ig continued for seasonable time No matter how little you are affected dont delay treatment Catarrh comes often from simple colds Like all new arid valuable preparations you will find others saying theirs are ju+t as Bond Beware ot imitations as they are worthless tST WE ONLY ASK TRIAL TO CONVINCE Mailed to I priceI PineTarHoney FOOTWEARr MURDOCH CO- ATLANTAOA O EiE1cIital 1- o = rrorrizxora TRANSFER LINEccWcn stararor era asavsr CAU HARTFORD SY A AND EASY RIDE IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITEDta WALTONS EKKY4 Jan 22I will give you a fewitems Irom this part ot the county Farmers have begun preparing spring workIMr John under and wife of WestI Providence visited their son Sciota Booker of this place last SatI urday and Sunday The school at this which closed lait Friday was under the management of Profs J E Davidson and S A Bilbro was one of the best that has been taught here for many years We think Prof Davidson one of the best teachers that has ever taught at this place and it was with sad hearts that we parted with him last Friday and we trust tie will get our school again next fall Hurrah for TUB REPUBLIcAN and the old Republican 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pimple or in I tim breast too small to attract notice ntilin cases tho deadly disease dovclo Cancer can not bo pcdIoneration the poison in tho blood circulating throughout tho system and although the sore or ulcerknown as the Cancermay bo cut the remains in the blood and promptly breaks out afresh with renewed violence UThowonderful success of S S S in curing obstinate deepooated blood diseases which wore considered incurable n few do IIpuirin sufferers to try it for Cancer after exhausting the skill of too cians a cure Much to their delight S S S proved Anlllli to the disease and nromptly effected cure The glad news nrapidly u and it was soon demonstrated beyond doubt that a cure had at last been found deadly Cancer Evidence has accumulated which is incontrovertible of which the following is a specimen a Cancer is hereditary in our family my father a sister and an aunt died from this dreadful disease My feelings may ie imagined when tile hor rlble dIsease made Its ance on side It was a malignant Cancer eating In such a way as to cause alarm The disease beyond the skl11 of the doctors for their treatment no good whatever the Cancer growingworse all the while Numerous remedies wero but the Cancer row steadily WflTP POmed that I was doomed MRS H IDOL I S tolLowth 0uiofthefamllyfor I know how deadly Cancer is especially when I was advised to Specific S S SI which front the first day forced out the poison I continued its use I had taken bottles when I was and well and have had no symptoms of the affliction though many years have elapsed S S S Is the cure for Cancer MRS S M IDOL Winston N C o Our book on Cancer containing other testimonials and valuable information will be sent free to any address by the Swift Specific Company Atlanta Georgia neF Piingles The word cheap has two meanings it may mean cheap 01 cheap price When I use the word it to the price Thats not egotism its business Ive built up the shingle business in this section ol the country just by sticking to I 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passenger service engines that weigh 40 1050 tons for everything now is from 100 to 150 tons in weight Un til prosperity returned to this coun try with the incoming of President McKinley the locomotive industry was paralyzed The last good yer was in 1893 and hem then on until Republicanism and Protection re turned tbe big shops were closed half the time and running on half forces and half time the remainder ol the year The railroads were ordering about half as many locomotives as they needed to keep up the ordi nary wear and tear lor it was very plain to them that thre was a crisis in the affairs of the country and they wanted to be able to see day light be fore they made any great improve merit in their rolling stock The sud den revival of business compelled the roads to replace their worn out en gines and now the builders are hav lug a hard time filling the orders The policy ot Protection has also created a great foreign demand for American built locomotives and several hundred engines will be sent abroad this year In the one big shop in the Baldwin works there are now 7250 men at work and the company U planning extensions nnd improve meats that will make their plant still larger It is but a sample of the pros perity that comes to all when the af furs of our Nation are in capable and honest hands Des Moines la State Register Evolution of a National air Neither Dixie nor Yankee Doodle was written with any idea that it would become n national air In fact the latter are never written to order That was tried once at least to the writers knowledge In the first year of the civil war a patriotic asso elation raised a fund tobeawarded for national anthempart to the author of the words part to the composer of the music The mCey was awarded but nobody to day knows either the HeadacheIs often a warning that the liver Is torpid or Inactive More serious promptieOlclentliver troubles ta- keHoods PillsWhile they rouse the liver restore full regular action of the bowels they do not gripe or pain do not organsbutat all druggists or by mall ot- C I Hood Co Lowell Mass DIitltKThe Leading Sp3clallsls cf America 20 YEARS III OHIO 250000 Cur- edWECURESTRICTURE Thouunih if OIIIIIT rail taUJIoaicil inennro troubled iiItttila tlicaicinaiiyi- neouieioiilt They uiy lao a small Ins sen1 alien finall illiac itrcatn cutting olIIt llrac lliihtill TrnkIiiorvom dcbili ao bUtteIf 111 Dont 1st iloctoMttixrlnifnt on you br eittlng ttrclclilcir or trnrlig you 11110 otCIIEO011 ndh1I rr turn Our Milt MUHIUl IUliAl lIuuolhcneoreruocI I UI never return f oinlnuon3iIiC nn dofeii Ion from rf ritirlaclhovl Itoxiclorgnrnrotrcoatic- ool flii nerve RID linlcotaUJunJ Iko blUs lit manliootl rcturnr WECUF GLTTliouaili r burg anl lldloget Tarn nro having encinr anil vitality cxilliniall rai ll 10 Lucy no frequently imconiclous rf Ilinrautorf llierfotymt tnn Ucncrnl tYcafinci iJirchargee 111 lull 1tanbool Kcrvniunef 1oor Mem or IrritabIlity at tluipt LtnarllnnHen Hitlon liunkcn Vrtt with uaik circle Weak Uk Ucoerat JJcfreiln Lcc- lf Ambition lbrlrILPart tie an I m tinilydoctorstbeio rpcclnl tlbratr ilont allow Uuael t u rlwct I V ronralt tut7rfi5eiotLItit1me IWUlclfor n f 3 Ma t ir I nil rt ci I cliuollaf iVrIUjCriof TCt = CURES GUARANTEED Wo Iret riIepoi ltItONSVAIIIiMiM ItVIMIIIIH Ill lV HltAlK 111111 1IIIldIIIIIrll1tCl rltIl If ubl h cJI tyrifi fur fr nonaEETrWliTL 0 IcE NEDY e KERG N l2 IV FOUnill OTOCET CJI1CIHNATI O words or the air of the winning pro duction The air of Yankee Doodle has been traced back to the days of the English revolution when ribald wolds were sung by the Cavaliers to the joggling tune nritUh soldiers biought the latter to this side of the Atlantic and the red coats of Gigsi army in Boston sang fugitive camp songs to it Then it spread to the colonlil camps where It was fitted to appropriate words in much the same shape in which we sing them now Thus n purely British air came in time to be the camp song for the Yankees and from that has grown to be one of the most popular of Amer- Ican patriot airs Dixie is another instance of a war giving to a song a patriotic and after ward a national place It was written by Bob Emmett a noted negro mln ttrel in 1858 or 59 lor use on the stage It sprang at once into univer sal popularity Then came the secession oi the Southern states As the word are the lament of a plantation negro for his old home the song was speedily adopted na distinctively southern though its author is a northern man and is still living at a green old agedown at MountVornon Ohio The southern bands played Dixie and the northern ones played Yankee DoodleDixle was the Yankee Doodle of the confederates Yankee Doodle was the Dixie of the north but in these days of united country either tune brings a wild cheer whether played north or south of Mason and Dixona line A new patriotic air is now in plO cess oi creationand similar steps to those which have put both Yankee Doodle and Dixie into an notional repertorieWhat the air Nothing less than Therell Be Hot Times in the Old Town tonight Yes laugh if you will but the fact remains nevertheless The process is going on before your eyes A Hot Time was written something like three or lour years ago when ragtime songs first came into vogue as a variant for the monotony of coonsongs It became the reg- Imental song of Roosevelts Rough Riders in this way The famous organizationwhich by the way is known as the First United States Volunteer Cavalry rendezvoused at Camp Wood San Antonio Texas The regiment was the cynosure of all oyes while there The San Antonio bands used to come out to the camp and play for the boys One of these was conducted by a fit jolly little Ger man with whom A Hot Time was an especial laverlte This band never visited Camp Wood without playing it several times The Rough Riders joked over it at first but there is an attraction about the tune to which the boys gradually seccumbed They whistled it they sang it and it gradu ly matured into the regimental air 01 course they took it with them to Tampa They sang it in camp there they sang it on the transport which took them to Cuba they sung it in camp at Daiquiri and they sang it with vim and vigor as they pushed their way up the bloody slopes of Sau Jaun Hilt Other regU ments took it upnot only volunteers but regulars The regulars tools A Hot Time to the Philippines The streets of Manila echo o its strains It has been sung in every camp in Luzon It is day by day becoming identified with battling with the flog It is slowly taking its place in the same class as Yonkee Doodle and Dixie There is a species of deviltry that especially appeals to the soldier in both words and music ol the refrain therell be a hot time in the old town tonight It was the battle song of San Juan it is developing into an American war songToleda Blade 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 a doctor had failed It is the best liniment I have ever known olJ A Dodgen Alphorelta Ga Thousands have been cured of rheumatism by thisremedy One application relieves the pain For sale by Z Wayne Grit finBro m How ItWas Settled During the palmy days of Free Trade talk when Mills and Wilson bills were the fashion of the hour it was actually prophesied that the passage of the latter bill would settle the question of the Tariff for a generation In fact it lId settle it It brought in so little revenue that President Cleve land was obliged to borrow right and left and business went into a hole and drew the hole in after it It Is a curious fact that the passage of Pro tective TerM acts is always followed by periods of prosperity and the as cendency of Free Trade has always just as surely brought on panics and hard times Ashland Vis Press Having a Great Run on Cham berlains Cough Romody Manager Maftin cf the Pierson drugstore Informs us that he is having a rert run on Chamberlains Cough Remedy He sells five bottln of that medicine to nnc ol any ither kind ind it gives great Mtialictlon In these dtys of U giippc there is roth ing like ClimiitierWnV Cough Ktiiie dy to t top the cough htlllIlI the sort throat anti lungs anil give lelkf with ill a very short time The sales wrr growing aId all who try it lire pirated with its prompt action Suth Chica go Daily Calument For sale by Z Wat re Griffin Bro In t The Eminent Kidney and Bladder Specialist Tbe Discoverer of SwampHoot at Work U EU laboratory There Is a disease prevailing In this country most dangerous because so deceptive Many sudden deaths are caused by itheart disease pneumonia heart failure or apoplexy are often the result of kidney disease If kidney trouble Is allowed to ad vance the kidneypoisoned blood will attack the vital organs or the kidneys themselves break down and waste away cell by cell Then the richness of the blood the albumen leaks out and the sufferer has Bright Disease the worst form of kidney trouble Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the new discovery Is the true specific for kidney bladder and urinary troubles It has cured thousands of apparently hopeless cases after all other efforts have failed At druggists In fiftycent and dollar sizes A sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling about Swamp Root and Its wonderful cures Address Dr Kilmer Co Bjnghamton N Y and mention this paper It Educated the People In 1894 2 the FreeTraders entered upon a great campaign of education And the people learned the truth of the old proverb A little learning is a dangerous thing They voted for FreeTrade moreover they got an approach to it Howbeit the Wilson Tariff swindle experience completed the education And lol wage earners soon learned that any approach to ward FreeTrade is good to kick It has been demonstrated repeatedly in every State in the Union and in many foreign countries that Chamber lains Cough Remedy is a certain pre ventire 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 congh remedy but that it is a sure cure for croup It has saved the lives oi our children a number times This remedy is for sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m a Fortunately the reaction in indus trials has not yet reached the dimen slons of a reaction in industry There is here a distinction with a difference which we regret to add the Free Traders do not point out Philadel phia Inquirer r Z Wayne Griffin Bra guarantee 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 best remedy in the world for la coughs colds croup and whooping cough and is pleasant and safe to take It prevents any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia nov feb Our subscribers can have the Louisville Evening Post and the Republican one year for only 8250 If you are taking The Re publican send in the 150 and the Post will be forthcoming WANTED Several persons for District Office Managers in this State to represent me in their own and surroundlngcountles Willing to pay yearly 600 payable weekly Desirable employment with unusual opportunities References exchanged Enclose addressed stamped envelope S A Park 320 Caxton Building Chicago 19 i6t Ladysmlth Named For Lady Smith Ltdysmith the town of Nital that has lately been the scene ol the Bore English encounters has a roman tic story connected with its christen ing It was named for the wife of Sir Harry Smith Hart and his meeting with his future wif was romantic In the extreme Sir U Irrywas a famous African fighter when the English first betrnn to turn longing eyes toward the dak continent He achieved rank as a colonel and was severely wounded at the battle of Coa In tjosedays there wire no ambulances and the wounded suffered untold agony an they wrre hauled over the rough road in shaky I cartsHarry Smith was in a bad condition from want of attention When he was brought into the hospital the young doctor who came to attend him un bandaged the injured knee with one hand with the other heldii bo net to his own noso lhk cnntr d Smith who troumtrd th ugh he was klked the fastidious doctor down ntsirs- He WKH up for htroch f dl riptre and at the siege ol Uadjjos iutt the SplIlh Counttsfj whom lie niterwaid lUll rr It 1 She Iii comr Ii JII1 fr prnfTlion irnm t ie Iprltttl nJ Ins stiff Sr tolUulltltn hy tlc chVrnis if the fair petitiirw pressed hi suit anti was rrcnptfil The toUn now KM famous WHO named in iier hon orNew York Journal ran bo cured with Dr JlUcSwEuVB ILABTBU Only So o iri TIlE LOCATION Of the Southern School of Os toopathy By Lawronco D Finn Attorney At Law Franklin is situated in the sou h western palt of Kentucky on the maui line of the Louisville Nashville Railroad about one hundred anti thirty four miles from the former city and about fiftyone miles from the lat terIt is an enterprising little city of about three thousand Inhabitant and besides its numerous uptodate mer cintlle firms it has three banks tobacco factory planing mill and the famous Franklin Woolen Mills On a lovely eminence in the southern ruburbs of jhe town is a handsome brick female college while a good public fchool and several private and prepaiatory schools are successfully conductedFranklin has all of the modern con veniencies of any city such as a telephone system water works and elec tric light system while her natural advantages are superb being so located as to escape the excessive winters of the northern cities and the the oppressive heat felt in the more southern townsCentrally located in the courtyard square and towering above the bower ol trees that surrcunds it is one ol the most elegant court houses in the State and the broad shaded prome nades and grassy plats make it an inviting place of resort in the sumner evenings fur both young and the old while at the corner ol the quare is a bountiful supply cf Franklinstenown ed mineral water filling the hundreds of glasses that are held lor the cooling draught that freely flows to slake the thirst still Franklin is a dry town Franklin is a noted health resort having several mineral wells whose properties are seldom excelled- It is a clean well kept town with broad shady streets and no stranger ever visited the little city without be ling impressed with the beauty of the town and the cordiality ol it hospita ble refined and cultivated southern peopleIn point of business Franklin is the greatest shipping point between Louisville and Nashville which tact of itself shows the fertility of the neighboring soil and the energy 01 the farming classes The tbimes from nine churches In vite her people to worship yet a sectarian spirit has never pervaded her sanctuaries and the different branches ol the church live in perfect harmony The town has a bcaltful continuour growth ard tverjthlng points to a successlul future The people are broad indeed ever willing to render unto Caesar that which is Caesars and therefore firm defenders and rr lent advocates of the science of O tt opathyAny person desiring to investigate the New Drugless Science of Healing either us a prospective rturtent or pa dent can get full information and also catalogue and Journal by address ng theSouthern School ol Osteopathy Incorporate Franklin Kentucky Smith Premier Tabulating and Billing Machine An Ever Rudy Effective Tine sad Labor SaTlat Device for Premier Uen Simplifies Dill Making and writing figures of different denominations In columns It In no way Interior with the typewriter for usual lInes of work uro Di5O5lPTV5 TAaiflATOM CATAkOOUC The Smith Premier Typewriter 215 5th St Louisvillo Ky n LYONS1LAXAT1VI SYRUPNATURES cum FO- RCONSTIPATION Ms made from tlr cokcct extracts of vegetables nnJ frt J contains no In nJ h lw best pre scription that cn I the cure of con oitillousness Side HMilacho lcunc aiul to Jlsl Colds nd iv It drives Jout all i t blooJ and smakss thz connks i crIf you do nct lic j LIter than any youriJrugglstAn Ideal remedy as tas aJults For sab by druggists atI pcr bottle N oe CAC in A II ilFJKtlCOW d CO 1 1 ii ml rr Ky- J II t 1111 Ins Ilariforil its It It tlrAVNiiiiliiirNprli Ky I A It tl111 A I O IIIN IliAI CO Mrllrnry JOhN XTAYLOI1 fruumrll Ky jltl at THE OLD RELIABLE 4 S CINCINNATI J ISIell9a WEEKLY Weekly Edition of the Cincinnati Commercial Tribune The Family Newspaper Special Departments devoted to Agriculture Poultry Matketa Literature with itiier Special liMtutcs IMPROVED f ENLARGED TIN NEW FORM NOW TWENTYPAGES I IpublishedWANTED AGENTS I SIE61 IiII SPECIAL TERMS I Look In Yew Mirror I Do you us fpwkltnK eyes a healthy tlntril skin a aweet etpreaaion and a fnl form Thei attraction arc th result o good health If they as oifnhbdlIt alwayaaonw l tlntlT feminIne organs present Healthy tnentrial organs mean health beauty everywhere McELREES i Wine of Cardui makes women beautiful and healthy It strikes at the root of trouble There is no menstrual disorder ache or pain which it will not cure It is for the budding girl the busy wife and the matron approaching the change of life At every trying crisis in a womans life it brings health strength and happiness It costa Iroo of mediclno For advice in cases requiring special directions address giving symptoms- I I Tho Ladles Advisory Department The Chattanooga 1c Co Chat tanooga Tone silts noZEMV irWlB of OmarlUc ui1 waa troubled it monthlr Interval with terribU Cain In my toad and I bACk but hat been Urell nOised WIDe ol Cartful Who m thin of omeitmpl PIoolJp General Directory CONGRESSIONAL Senator Hun William C Lindi say lion W J Deboe Representative Fourth District Hon D H Smith STATE LKOISLATUIIK CountyJIlinROHIO COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT Hon W T Owen Judge Oweni boro Hon J Edwin Rowe OlensboroI CommislsionolG B Likens TruBteeJury Fund Hartfoid 8 T Stevens Sheriff Hartforl- lDeputiesD M locker T ti Benton it 11 Martin and W H Tintley Court convenes first Monday in March and August antI continuesthree weeks anti third Monday in May and Novembertwo weeks CUNTY COURT Jas P Miller Judge Harttnrd M B ltaglautfClerkHartford- M L Heuvrin AttorneyHartford Court convenes Grst Mi in each monthICCJUIt1I in mouthCOURT OF CLAIMS JalIIdrYIin October I OTHER COUNTY OFFICERS N Moxley Surveyor O D Iliya Assessor Fou UoLcrs School Supt CoronerSulphurSprings JUSTICES COURTS T A EVANS Court will be held nt Fonhville on March lot June 1st September Island December 18th B F GltAIsCntIrt will ho held HI Butord on March 80 Juno 20Sep le uber 28 nnd Dscormiber- 2bVEIiFItCtllrt8 J wil bo holdI a Sulphur Springs on March t8 June j27 September 2li awl December 23 t II B TAYIOII Court wl ho he d 1111 JroniWH I on March oJ June 10 j Htfiif inhrr 2 ann Uccniiibor 0 W A HKK Court wil be held at ifenleriinvM im February 13 May 20 August 28 ulid 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the Washington and lrinklorl Newt EVERYTHING THAT A DAILY NEWSPAPER SHOULD CONTAIN lila be luutij In the livening Iosl ditty Tho Rates Arc 101 fir Threi Months t ran for MI riontha 1200 for On Year JI2 topic tor 200 centa Send rottil card lor sample copUt A llliooi Central Ratal AND MOST POPULAR ROUTK TO iDF8T Memphis New Orleans AND AIt lUNnI11l tlUANAN TEXAN MEXICO AND tAIJtUItNIA Gas Lighted Vcstibuled Trains with Cafo Cars Pullman Hleeiwrsflnd Free Reclining Chair Cars to and New Orleans Pullman Tourist Car leaves Luuis ville every Thursday night and runs through to California via New Orleans and tho South Pacific Sunset Route Double berth rate from Louisville to IroporI points Tho Truo Winter Routo to California No Blizzards Cold Weather Snow BlookadosI J R hot lie Traveling Passenger Agent lor C R U Louisville Ky Also ask him to send you a copy of tbo South era Homo Seekers Gnidewhich is replete with interesting information concerning the Southern terri ry It will be mailed to 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