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J f J tr 1 i T T f B orutlDTDlJOS BatesThe Republican nud Louisville Commercial i yeatf The Republican and the Courier Journal I year fol25TheThe RepuMlcan and the Globe Democrat i year i Fine Job Work a Specialty ornciiL ORGAN or m mw IN THE mm CONGRESSIONAL DISIEICI Subscription 1 a years I I1 I j VOL XII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9 1900 No 29I 4I 11 pm Ua lIifl n1Ii I r O ES SHVEITIIATTORNEY AT LAW iiAnrrnun KT Will practice his profession In all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and Court ol Appeals Special atten tlon given to all business entrusted to his care Office in County Attorneys office in court house H R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFOBD KT Will practice his profession in the tIe courts of Ohio and aQjoininr counties Also Notary Public JOHN T BON- EATTORNEYAT LAW VKMTKKTOWN KY Will prnellrrtilB prlsIon lunl Mi roormrOhlo nd nitjoltilnirruiinllrsi amd tour ol AppnU Nitrrlitl nflrti 0 Urn IB rollrcllan Oftlrrlu TV A H iiuIIiIuicAeAYoc3 Attorney at Law IlAirrroni KY Special attention given to all famines entrusted to hU care Office in Court 4 House ThE LEE SIMMERMAN Attorney oi lawHAIITFOIID KY Will practice his profession In all the Courts of Ohio and adjoining counties Collections carefully and promptly at I tended to Office with T J Smith A C Market Street I J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law llAitrTOKO KY Will practice his profession in Ohio and adjoining counties Special at tention given to all business entrusted to his caro S p BobyATTOKJfEYAT LAW PfliIiiE LIFTVikT Will practice his profession in all the courts of Ohio suit adjoining counties and Court of Appeals iccinIat tenlinn given to collections Office next door to Poet Office I J RDVV1N ROWR JJ FltUX Rowe Felix LaJVyersHARTFORD KY Will practice in the Courts of Ohio county and Court of Appeals Prompt attention given to all business en trusted to our cure Office in Herald building JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KT Special attention given to all busi ness entrusted to his care Office In Court House M L HEAVRIN i Attorney at LawHARTFORD KY Will practice his rrolession in all the courts of Ohio an adjoining counties and Court ol Appeals Special atten tion given to collections I SHELBY TAYLOR 4TTOJJXE J 4TL4 W HARTFORD KYI 4Vill practice his profession in all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals Special atten tiers given to all assignments in bank ruptcy c t eAENEIJIJ ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will practice his profession in all the courts of and adjoining counties Careful attention will bo given to a business entrusted to his care Col lections a specIalty JNO B WILS- ONAttorney at Law HARTFORD KY attention given to col SPECIAL making abstracts Ac also Notary Public for Ohio County Office North side ot public square DEI IE9 NEAL S Attorney atLawHARTFORD KY Will I a t In aU the Courts of Kentucky Special Rt tention given to settle merit ot decedents estates mad cases Isud csjniinal practice Office up stair nexYdoor toGriiunsdrug stores 1 i JSRWeddingATTORNEY NOTARY PUBLIC HARTFORD KENTUCKY Will practice his profession In all the courts 01 Ohio and adjoining coun ctrs and the Court ofAppeals Prompt attention given to all business entrust to his care Office in RKPUIIUOAN building t WANTED Several persons for District Office p Managers In thlaState to represent me In their own end Burrotinrtlngcountles Willing to pay yearly 6po payable weekly Desirable employment with t unusual References exs changed Unclose addressed clamped penvrlope S A Part 320 Caxton Building Chicago 19 16t SoTHE HARTFORD BEPUBLICAN OUR NAVY USES PERUNA Ono of tho most responsible position In tho practical mBagement of the United States NUT to the Paymasters Offloo Only men of great executive and clerical ability can Oil inch a position Such a man U tho lion William A Col- lIer Asilitant Paymaster of tho Untied Btato Xary In o recent letter of hU to Dr Hartman he says i- WxsniwoTOjr DO Jan2Iltll I have taken IVruna and take pleas ure In recommending It to those needing a Aralclass tonic fueling Minced that It Will do all that is claimed for tU truly Wm A Collier IYOura BergMvnl Back Tiylor New York CItY Sergeant Duck Taylor one of the famous Rough Rider la a personal friend ot Governor Roosevelt of New York He OOmpaniedGovernor Reese volt on his great stumping tour through apper Now York atate Ho was promoted through gallantry In the hold hating tho lato war Tho Sergeant hiss the following to say Whore Shall I Study Ostoopa thy This question is agitating the minds of a large number of the aspiring young men and women who expect to begin their preparation for professional life In a few weeks The importance of the question may be to a large measure recognized by many who purpose studying Osteopathy and yet there may be those who not having made up their minds upon any partic War school consider the selection as a matter of minor importance It is true that success or failure may hinge upon the selection of a school There are two classes of schools whichappeal lor patronage and offer varied inducements and reasons why they should receive this patronage The first class consists ot institutions organized thoroughly upon financial grounds and managed wholly with a view to realizing the greatest number of dollars profit from the pupils OverWork Weakens Your Kidneys Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood All the blood In your body passes through your kidneys once every three minutes a yourbloodout the waste or Impurities In the blood K they or out of order they fall to work Pains aches rheumatism coma from excess of acid In the blood to nellected kidney trouble Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady heart beats and makes one as thoug they heart trouble because the heart Is overworking In pumping thick kidney poisoned blood through veins nd arlerles1 use to be considered that only urinary kidneyslbutning In kidney trouble II you slch you can make no mistake by first doctoring your kidneys The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmers SwampRoot the great kidney remedy Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful of the mot dlstresslnl cues and Is sold on Its merits by all druggists In fifty cent and onedollar ala es You may have ter are sick do their and uric duo feel had are cures wnple bottle by mall u of SnapBool free also pamphlet telling how to out If have kidney or bladder trouble Mention this paper when writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton NY7 of Pornnoi I think there U no better medicine on earth than Perona tot catarrh It hu cured me It would tako a volume to tell you all the good It baa done mo Pcrnna la the beat ea larch cure on earth and I know for I have tried nearly all of them Respectfully Buck P Taylor Mlnp AIrnnn A lIfhaoD of the Tenth VoWinteo regiment itatlonec at Macon OLln i recent letter to Dr Hartman fron Washington D C says I thinthere Is no botto medicine on eartl than your Poroni for catarrh It ha urely cured me I nI fa 1 UU ftV u umo to tell you all JOcthe good It baa dona me runs the 8roa1 remedy ever prepared and I think I bare tried them oil A A Mabon Poruna attained great popularity among the ofooers of the army aa well M tho navy durIng the late war with Spain A great many latter were recet red from fleld and boepttal cope Indicating that thu popularcllmMlo remedy baa become t PeIhas proven lto tt a National bloaalug Letters from every quarter are received dally testifying to the vlrtuoa of Pern na In ease of eatarrh that had long liMe given up all hope of enre Cough colcU Influent la grippe and acute coUrrh yield at once to the aoltan of Ferana No cue of catarrh oea entirely resist the curative virtue of IVrnna as every case ii either cured permanently bone flted A lecture on catarrh and IU cure by Dr Hartman lent free by Tho Foru na Drug Mfg Company of Columbus O Such schools possessing little or no equipments inferior teachers und urn ited clinical facilities are unworthy cityour patronage The second class consists of those schools whose boards of management are actuated by a high sense of moral responsibility wboI have provided all equipments or needful who have selected men and women of fine Intellect and thorough qualification for the various departments at the school who have- sprovided course ot study giving at tentlon to the various subjects in pro portion to their relative importance who demand such a preliminary qual lficatlon as shall be a reasonable guar antee of the success of the student after graduation These are schools which boast not merely oi their num berg or their age but rather who offer as inducements the possibility of a thorough qualification the oppottunl ty for a well roundedprofessional training The Southern School of Osteopathy belongs to this latter class with per haps a single exception being the only I IIpiUrinary and school work possessing a faculty every member of which is thoroughly qualified for thedrp rtj ment which he has charge ol provids ed with all equipments needful for the highest character of school work with a location superior td that of any oth er institution ihe Southern School ol Osteopathy is able to place its grade uates in the forefront is the leading exponents of the rcience Prom the very day in which this institution opened its doors for the reception of students it has been recognized by the Osteopathic world as an institu tion destined to occupy a prominent place upon the pages ol history of Os teopathy The Southern School of Osteopathy does not boast of its ago nor of the number of pupils though it ranks with few exceptions ns one of the largest schools but does proclaim to the world the excellence of its faculty its equipment its accommoda tions its unparalleled location but especially the cTass of men and women who constitute the three classes al re aiy matriculated I he Southern School of Osteopathy ejlectsitsdiplomaiandtts graduates r to be received upon a par with those of any other institution They will be recognized in every State possess ing laws recognizing the science of Osteopathy and we have no fear but that the character of pupils constitut ing the earlier classes of the institu tion will win for themselves and for this Institution a place and a name in the Osteopathic world The honor ot the school does not consist of the number ol pupils matriculated nor the character of the men whose names are signed to the diploma but it does consist fn so qualifying men and wo men of natural ability that they may make for themselves a success and reputation The success of every in dividual practitioner will rest upon the school which be attends only to the extent of furnishing him with every possible opportunity to acquire knowledge and to attain proficiency in the practice Outside ol this the succeja of the individual pinclitloner will rest wholly in his own meiita the Aptitude and earnestness with he applies himself to his stud lea and the measure of natural abili ty and common sense which he carries with into professional life As tar as It is possible then to insure sue cess the Southern School of Osteopathy shall surely guarantee its gradu ates success The management real izing that the future success of this institution rests wholly in the success of the individuals who receive their professional training within its walls will use all possible diligence to provide all which shall contribute to the welfare and advancement ofthe students What better guarantee could be addedAny our readers wishing cata logue and Journal address Southern School of Osteopathy Incorporated 1ranlclln Ky Walkers Tonic is thelink that picks up the vital force of man in hh run down tate and binds him to health and strength by recuperating the Drain regulating the action of the Heart and nourishing the Nervous Sytctn m This Congress will make no- hanges in the Tariil says a Free Trade organ Certainly not Why should any changes be made The present Tariff is entirely successful works like a charm and no Congress will meddle with it for years to come Even Bryanites have too much sense to expect any change or to even menI ion Free TradeTacoma WasbI LedgerII think I would go crazy with pain were it not for Chamberlains Pain Balm writes Mr W H Stapleton Herminie ParI have been afflicted with rheumatism lor several years and have tried remedies without number but Pain Balm is the best medicine I have got hold of1 One application relieves the pain For sale by ZIWayne Griffin Bro m T Prosperity is general Even the mints are making more money than ever before Tacoma Wash Ledger If the reader of this should cbanceI o know oi any one who is attacks of bilious colic he can do him no greater favor than to tell him oi Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It always gives prompt relief For sale by Z Wayne GrliflnDro m Reminds Us of a Story Some ot the Brysnocratic papers to be clad in deep mourning as it were because of the temptation to steal now that under the Dingley Tariff we possess things worth steal ing This reminds us ol a story While the soup house Wilson Tariff swindle was in full blast a burglar entered a wage earners tenement in IN SU IS Ii11N SI i Beautiful iwomen i 5 Therearc few women oa beau 3 3 tiful as they might be Powder 5 and paint and cosmetics dont g make good looks Beauty is = simply an impossibility without gfew5 few The way to have a fair 8 face and a wellrounded figure 3 M ia to take I BradMcWs female Regulator This ia that old and timetried e medicine that cures all female M troubles and weaknesses andIdrains It makes no II what the doctors call the trou ble if there is anything the 3 matter In the distinctly ferainirfe J S organs Bradflelda Fe helpUJ 3 g regular or menstruation M forleucorrhcaa for falling of tho g womb for nervousness head S I ache backache and dizziness Take it and get well Then S yorr old time girlish features 2 N and figure will be restored S SoldbydniggUUforllatiottlfc H 3 THE BRADHEiD REGUtATOR CO S i ATCAHTA uIl I tLtr ffl i wM f pooretanttdftde a dash for the outside door Hold up hold upIcried the wage earner Dont be in such a con fonhded hurry If you can find any thog in my house worth stealing slice Ananias Wilsons shoddy Tariff gotus by the vitals you can beat Co lutabus and me as a discoverer1- i O A STO XIX ABM a t Btuehe aBOKship Prosperity the tiller of which the sailor 1899 turned over to the youth rgoo goes on sailing the sun kissed seas Silk weavers and wdolen workers in Cincinnati have just received an advance in wages and twd thousand steelworkers in Illinois will diaw btglier wages next Saturday than they did last Saturday lil Paso Tex Herald There is no better medicine for the babies than Cbambetlains Cough Remedy Its pleas lIt taste and prompt and effectual cures make it a Uvorite with mothers and small chil dren It quickly cures their coughs and colds preventing pneumonia or other serious consequences It also cures croup and has been used in tens singlefailurelearn It not only cures croup but when given as soon as the croupy atjtackliquefies the tough uiucas maklngjt easier to expectorate and lessens the severity and frequency of the parox j ysms of coughing thus depriving that consequencesSoldL Drying preparations simply develop dry catarrh they dry up the secretions which adhere to the membrane and decompose causing u far more serious trouble than the ordinary form oi catarrh Avoid all drying inhalants and use that which cleanses soothes and heals Elys cream Balm is such a remedy and will cure catarrh or cold in the head easily and pleasantly All druggists sell it at 50 cents or it will be mailed by Ely Brotbets 56 Warren St N Y a Do You Nood An Electric Bolt For the pSt ten years Dr J Newton Hathaway who is recognlged as the greatest of all our specialists has been perfecting an electric belt suIt- able to nse in his practice one which he could furnish as a part of his system of treatment and which be could conscientiously guarantee He now announces that be has perfected such belt which be believes to be the only perfect belt made It Is light handsome ol great power and with new attachments which make it suitable for every case He is prepared to fur this belt to all patients who need it and who apply to him for treatment- at M merely nominal charge Write to Dr Hathaway today telling all about your case and he will you about the belt and if you desire the belt will be sent C O D for Inspe tion Address Dr Hathaway Co 309 Church St Nashville Tenn tf a a The fact that the American posses sions in the East and the open door policy advocated by this country pre- Sent a new market for Southern cotton is responsible for much of the expansion sentiment in that quarter while it would not be a surprise to many were the South to veer about and openly champion Protection That day may be far off but in the light ol present possibilities there is some reason to believe that it will comeGrand Rapids Mich Herald OAS1ORlADean tieItoKind Yea Han JUnnn Bought wrDoath lId Ago of Prosldonts George Washington died at 67 of inflammation of throat and lungs John Adams died at 91 from senile debilitySThomas Jeflerson died at 83 of chronic diarrhoea James Madison died 0185 of old age Janice Monroe died at73 of general debility John Quincy Adams died at 81 of paralysis Andrew Jackson died at 78 of con sumption and dropsy Mattln VanBuren died at 80 of ca tarrh of the throat William henry Harrison died at 68 of pleurisyJohn died at 72 of bilious at tackJames K Polk died at 66 ot cholera morbns Zichary Taylordied at c6 of cholera land weakness Fillmore died at 74 from paralysisI Pierce died at 65 from In flimuiHtlon of stomach James Buchanan died at 77 of rheu matlsm and gout Abraham Lincoln died at 56 assas sinated by J Wilkes Booth Andrew Johnson died at 67 from paralysis Ulysses S Grant died at 64 ifcan cer of the throat Rutheifotd B Hayes died at 7Ofrom paralysis of the heart James AGitfitld tied at 49 assas limited by Charles J Gulteau Chester A Arthur died at 56 from Bripbts disease 1 i d Our Unparalleled Prosperity Why Wo Had Hard Times Under Cleveland and Havo Good Tlmos Undor McKlnloy It you want a reason for the great activity and development in domestic manufactures read the satistlcs of Imports and exports of manufactures for the past five years Five years ago we imported about double the value of manufactures that we exported We bought twice as much as we sold That was the Democratic period ot Tariff reform and Tariff for revenne only Now look at a Protective per iod For the fiscal year 1899 we exported nearly 80000000 more manu factured articles than we imported That is we sold 80000000 more than we bought This is another item that contributes to our present prosperity Here is A good comparison between Democratic policies and Republican policies During the Dem ocratic period we bought twice as much as we sold ol manufactured pro ducts During the Republican period we sold 83000000 more than we boughtThis is why our own people have work at good wages This is why a notice is posted up frequently these days informing workmen that their wages will be raised to to 15 per cent to begin on a certain day Which period do you like best If we buy our supplies from foreign countries supplies that we can produce here every dollar ol such purchasesrobs labor of the amount that such purchases represent That is why we had hard times during the Cleveland adminis tration A low TarifTadmltted foreign goods Foreign goods took the place of our own manufacture Labor was made idle by the foreign purchases Labor being unemployed could not consume what it would have done had it been well employed On this ac count every department of business and trade suffered The farmer could not sell his farm products because labor had not the means to purchase A general stagnation in business was the result Examine this question of Imports and exports a little further 1898 was the first year that we exported more manufactured articles than we bought The excess being about 25 per cent In 1899 this was increased to about 30 per cent For many years we imported on an of about oooooo in mannfacturedgoods per day and exported about half that amount In other words our purchases of manufactured goods from foreign countries exceeded our daily sales about 500000 per day That was a vast sum to be taken from our circu lating medium and had it not been for our sates of breadstuff meats c this amount would have soon bank rupted us Now look at the changed conditions and bear in mlud all these changes have come about under that hateful Dlngley bill Instead of buying 1500 000 per day oi foreign manufactures more than we sold of domestic manufactures we are now selling thirty per cent more than we buy We are sav- Ing that 500000 per day and 30 per cent besides This is why we have more gold in this country nearly 900 millions than we ever had before That is why prosperity has touched high water mark That is why our circulating medium has increased so much since 1896 Instead ot sending our money to foreign countries to pay balances against us foreign countries are sending their money here to pay us Who wants to change these times M 4 v I4fIA- CTS GENTLY ON THE KIDNEYS LIVER AND BOWELS THE 5VSTEM EFfECTUALLeD fftcMR4BITUAL CO PERMANENTLY irs BNEnt rffCTS iVY TNt oerWifUMAMTO bl- LIIWNAffGSYRVP rca uuat tuMiw nrulii KS ttiu IJi J Tho Republican kindly invites i M readers and friends to give those mec who advertise In its columns the bo lJICteonalS ri for those of 1893 to 1897 A few free silver cranks perhapsBenton 111 Republican A place for everything and every thing in its place The place for Dr Bells AntiPain is where you can put your hand on it any hour in the night when seized with an attack of Colic Cholera Diarrhoea Rheumatlon or Neuralgia It is instant relief Sold everywhere m The other day a young man sudden ly flooded with wealth tried to make deposits at some of the New York sav ings banks His undertaking was unsuccessful most of the banks reporting that they had all the money they could use General Prosperity seems to be holding the forts all along the line Boston Journal Mr Bryan has denied thatjhe favors a Protective Tariffon wool but a large number of men whovoted for MrBry an in Montana and other wool grow ing States favor the law which has nearly doubled the price of woolIn dianapolis Ind Journal Florida swings bravely into line for McKinley but why should she not No President that ever occupied the White House ever did more for Indus trial development of the South Phil adelphia Inquirer Four years ago under Democratic rule a lot of Republicans were wait lug for the mills to open Now a lot of Democrats and Populists are mad because they dont close Hutchlnson Kan Mall a aDuring the early part of October 1896 I contracted a bad cold which settled on my lungs and was neglected until I feared that consumption had appeared in an incipient state I was constantly coughing and trying to ex something which I could not I became alarmed and after giving the local doctor a trial bought a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and the result was immediate improve ment and alter I had used three bottles my lungs were restored to their healthy stateD S Edwards Pub Usher of The Review Wyant 111 Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Ho Romomborod SheliDo you remember the words you used when you proposed to me HeThere are some fool things that we never forget SyracuseHer aId- a a To Bo Prepared For war is the surest way for this ria lion to maintain peace That is the opinion of the wisest statesman It is equally true that to be prepared for spring is the best way to avoid the peculiar dangers of the season This is a lesson multitudes are learning and at this time when the blood is sure to be loaded with impurities and to be weak and sluggish the millions begin to take Hoods Sarsaparilla which purifies enriches and vitalizes the blood expels all disease germs creates a good appetite gives strength and energy and puts the whole system in a healthy condition preventing pneumonia fevers and other dangerous diseases which are liable to attack a weakened system CASTORIAFor The Kind You Wave Always Bought Bears the 4surfHow Spends His Life An ordinary man would laugh away as preposterous the suggestion that he was likely to spend 20 years of his life in sleep But that Is because be does not condnct his life according to a schedule and really has no idea of how he does spend it As a matter of fact most men over 60 years old have already spent more than ao years in bed which is only one of the surprises in store for the man who sets himself to work to discover bow those 24 hours that daily slip by so mysteriously ate disposed of By a painstaking study of averages a skilled statistician has recently arrived at the conclusion expressed III the following figures They apply to the average American man of 60 years ol age They do not accu rately represent his life todaybecause his years of Infancy and childhood ore Included in the computation They will apply neither to the man of leisure nor to the laboring man But perhaps the average man who both works and plays will recognize him self in tbem Twenty years in sleep Three years nine months in eating and waiting for the waiter Seventeen years six months in workingSeven years six months in pursuit ot pleasure Six years three months in walking atd other exercise Two years six months at making ones tolltt- Two tars six months doing abso lutely nothing The item of toilet may be subdivided into seven months for staving I v I eleven months for washing one year for dressing Most men walk about three years and six monthsand spend two years and nine months In other exercisesIn a man spends 17 years 6 monthsThe table becomes more intel ligible if less impressive when it is reduced to a scale ol days In which case it stands ds follows Eight hours sleeping One hour thirty minutes eating Seven hours working Thiee hours amusements Two hours thirty minutes exercise One hour toilet One hour doing nothing The average raanif confronted with this will doubtless claim that be does not spend eight hours in sleep You may retort by telling hlmlhat It to doubtful whether he spends seven In work But in his youth he slept more and worked less and all this Is taken into account in estimating averages An elaboration in any direction of the statistics given above is Interesting compntedthat11800000 words and give zoo hand shakes The total energy dispensed in this fashion alone during 50 years would be sufficient to raise 2500 tons Nat Goodwin in New York World IGeneral Directory CONGRESSIONAL Senators Hon William 0 Lind say Hon W J Deboe Representative Fourth District Hon D H Smith STATE LEGISLATURE CountyHonBOHIO COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT JudgeQweneboro AttorneyOwensboro T H Black Jailer Hartford B A Anderson ClerkHartford Rowan Holbrook Master Commla sionei Hartford G B Likens Trustee Jury Fund Hartford 8 T StevenfSberllT Hartford Deputies Tr H Ben TineleyCourtMarch and August and continues three weeks and third Monday in May and Novembertwo weeks COUNTY COURT JudgeHarttordN M L HeavrinAttorneyHartford Court convenes in each month QUARTERLY COURT Begins on the second Monday in each monthCOURT OP CLAIMS Convenes first Monday in January MondayinOTHER COUNTY OFFICERS N Moxley Surveyor s G D Royal Assessor Fon Rogers School Supt CoronerSulphurSprings JUSTICE COURTS T A EVANsCourt will be held at Fordsville on Marsh let Juno lit September 1st and December 18th B F GRAVES Court will be held 29SeptettiberS J WELLERCourt will be hed at Sulphur Springs on March 28June 27 September 26 and December 23 H B TAYLOR Court will be hed at Cromwell on March 3 June 2 September land December 1 W A RONE Court will be held at Ccntertown on February 13 May 29 August 28 and November 1 Preston Morton Post NO4 G A R hold their regular meeting Saturday before the first Sunday in each month InCourt Hall at i oclock p m W A CARSON Com JOHN C CHAMBERLAIN Adjt WHY DR HATHAWAYCURES ficasons for Ills Marvelous Success Ills Sew Free Book Dr hathaway method of treatment Ii noei port ment lllstheresultof twenty yean of expert ence In the most extern tiro practice ot aDY- lpeclAltft In lll tine In the world Ue was grad uated from one of the belt medical cottages In perfectoedcal education by eaten itvn hosoltal orptic5 Early In his professional career he made dlwov cries which pticcd him at the head of his profM ton as a ipedallst In treating what are generally known as priests disease of men and women Thli system of treatment hew more and more perfected each year until today his cures are to InnrlablB as to bo the of the medical protection Enjoying tho largest practice of any lpectaUtt In the world ho still maintains a lystem of nomi nat ices which makes It possible for aU to obtain his tenleo Dr hathaway treats and cureLoss ofVitality Varlcocele Stricture Blood Poisoning la Its dif ferent stage Rheumatism Weak Back Nerr ousDesi all manner of Urinary complaints Ulcers Sores and Skin Diseases Heights Dlseai and all forms of KldneyTroublel Ills treatment for undertone men restore lost Tltalttf apt mike the patient a ilroat well rigorous JLUS Dr Hathaway success In the IreataMBt of Vartcocelo and Stricture without the aid of katie or cautery II pheoomcnaL The patient is treated by thIS method at his own home without pain or lois of time irons buslneu This Is pos1UTeJ the only treatment curewithout aa operation Dr Hathaway gft bo particular attention ot luOerer from t vJcela and Stricture to pages r7fciej S3 and 11 of his new book canoed Manliness Vigor Health a copy ot which will bfl sent free on appUcaUoaCWrite today for free book and symptom Waok mentioning your complaint J NEWTON HATHAWAY M D CJoaoUte TeaMCMTSOH THIS MLrCB WKUf WKtXUfO 1 I y I r f ford Republican cued frldayt by tae Hartford Pub Con oporare d FON and LON ROOERS EdItors 1phonDu1noo CSo 33 Entered it Hartford postof lei is setindclats mail coati n FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9 IF the hungry office seeking cm think that Gov Taylor would dieturb the equi ibrum of G ebelism in Kentucky by filling the executive chair one term they should prepare to Impeach him and not sneak around and steal his rights under the tliaotcot the law Mn J E WOOD of Danville Ky iR an aspirant for delegate from the State at large to the National Repub lican convention Philadelphia Mr Wood is a true blue Republican and if given this post of honor would b but recognizing a truly good and loya min to the party IF Taylor was not elected Governor then the same votes could not elect a legislative body and Ju Come Stepping Blackburn bears a hollow title It will be a blessing for Kentucky and certainly she needs a few if the Unit ed States Senate would refuse to seat this public Xuinnce IT was not expected that the editor of the Herald would acknowledge that another had to be summoned to assist in blowing his bjzo and Ins denial ot I this charge gives it force The readers of the Herald have its tune down pat and when a discord is made it is located with remarkable precision f DONT you reckon that Jo Come Stumbling Blackburn while telling President McKinley that federal interference in Kentucky would precipitate an uprising that could not be p dowu soonf elt little when truth tapped him on the shoulder and whis pered Jo remember how you ran from the dining room of the Capitol Hotel in the hour of the Scott Calsoa duel IT will now be in order for Black burn to invoke gawd to spare bis life that he may avenge the death of his dear friend by burying his slayer in the depths of merited public execra tion Gawd dont seem to have much faith in Jos prayers Perhaps it is because he knows what he is going to pray lorand justsaysprayon Jo while I snooze I know what you are going to say rTie Democratic press censures Gov Taylor for convening the legislature at London Ky because it rays there was no insurrection at Frankfort If there was not an insurrection we ar unable to see why it was necessary for Mr Beckham to be guarded Gov Taylors lifo had been threatened by those peactful lawatuUng friends of the contestants Oov Taylor was the onl one to determine whether an insurrec tion existed or not JACK CHIVN drew his pistol when Senator Goebel was shot and was not arrested for carrying concealed deadly weapons Clerk Deshaof the Senate dropped his revolver from his pocket while eating dinner and the noise it made when it struck the floor at tracted the attention of all those in the room Who ever heard of his being arrested And yet our brother Dem ocrnts talk about the armed bullies from the mountains Tie charge made against Gov Tay lor that he was a party to the assas sination of Senator Goebel by un scrupulous and unreliable newspapers and politicians is absurd Any man who has as much judgment us a six yearoldschool boy knows that the assassination of Senator Goebel was the greatest calamity that ever befell Gov Taylor Reasoning from nn iutelli a gent standpoint these assumptions are just about as true and have about the same foundation as a similar assump tion that Arthur was a party to Gar fields ala fination or tht Johnson t eicouraged Booth to kill Lincoln all of which are preposterous and the thought is never entertained by the 1 intelligent American IT is charged by men who ought to I be intelligent that tho Republican l party is responsible for the death of Mr Goebel The Republican party i is no more responsible for this heinous j IIAfricanTaylor had deserted tho I people like Benedict Arnold and j surrendered to tho enemy Since ev ery precinct election board in the Slate was Democratic every county board Democratic and the State board itself Democratic and in spite of these odds the face of the returns showed 2383 Republican Taylor thought himself elected Governor and was duly and legally inducted into office Gov Taylor did dothing more than any other sane man would do under simi lar circumstances As leader of the remarkfby the people and it imperative that he stand by the peoples verdict Wm Goebeland his like never dreamed of victory in a fair and honest fight The hope rested in fraudulent manipula tions of the treacherous plans ho had i laid Nothing but a blind ignorant partisan will dine cbargo Gocbcla death to the Republican parly In an interview receiitlyEx Secretary of the Interior Huke Smith of Georgia r a Democrat of nalioral fame made tbo following significant statement When wo come to look at the State of semi revolution that exists in Kentucky wo canuot escape the conclusions that Goebel and his confederates rcsponsibie for it This is the verdict of Democrats that watch events in Kentucky We dare not put it any stronger than this but we do say that Goebel is responsible for his death Had he gone home and acted a gentle man after ho was defeated andrebuked by the people he would to day be with the living A peace propositou line been sub mitted to Governor Taylor by which he is to submit his claims to a set of thievish legislators and let them stand in the shadow ofthe law and rob him of the position to which the people elected biro Governor Taylor hap refused to sign it yet and we sincere Iy hope he will not Hundreds of telegrams from all parts ot the State have poured in upon him earnestly iusistiog that he stead firm for the peoples rights Nothing will be ac cepted by the people except that their rights are respected either by law or by force if need be No rensiblc man asserts that the 2383 plurality votes which Governor Taylor receive1 Nov 7 were stolen the idea of such a charge is absurd and brands the man who makes it as a perjurer of truth or unpardonable ignoramus Should Governor Taylor sign this peace protocol he will virtually give up to Mr Beckham a man who has no more right to this seat than any other citizen of Kentucky the Gov ernors chair If we submit to fraud this time it will be expected that we do so again TIlE REPUBLICAN speaks the sentiment of every Republican and Brown Democrat in the county when it says that Governor Taylor shouldremain firm and hold his seat even at the expense of armed resistance Din GOEBELS career in Kentucky politics has been brief though remarkable He became famous in Kentucky by making himself the slayer of John L Sanford the dear friend of Mr Blackburn The des perate siege which he so effectively set about the Louisville Convention has indelibly stamped his same in the political history of Kentucky as a genieus of manipulation The cam paign that followed and which is yet undecided from a Democratic stand point was the most remarkable ever waged in the State Ho had more to carry than any man that ever bore Itewas nerviest man in the country Whether this be true or false there IS very little honor in such a reputation death came as the result of a mad curseyever remain one of the darkest pages of her history But Mr Goebel was defeated by bis oyn machine andso desperate was his attempt to overthrow the will of the people that he instigated contest suit As Sen ator he supervised the contest gave generalLreckless was the law handled that greatlyrushed to Frankfort to watch the course of those rankling politicians It was in the heat of this contest that heinous fiend struck to earth and for ever silenced Senator Goebel It is responsibilityfor that already TUB fact that the editors of Tin REPUBLICAN do their own thinking and writing ewes the Herald scribe quite a good deal of unrest Because TUB REPUBLICAN has made a bold stand and a fearless fight for truth in the present struggle for civil liberty it has met with disfavor with the lflx Allty editor of the purtfaationiit The nature of the campaign has been unpleasant not only Kentucky but to Kentuckys neighbor it has HepuhI The manner in which the opponents Iof free and fair election conducted themselves was indeed unpleasant to refinedsociety As n newspaper should do TUB RFPUBLICAN has rev laced this to its readers is plain lan gunge Such aseci lions as If any publicanscount mo and you cant count meoutj votingIwhere 1 had the convention have been published frequently lVithedito rial comment It appears that because TilE REPUBLICAN has reported these anarcJtutle assertions that it Is toI be upbraided by a sheet long since fleet to honor rind respect Nothing gives TiiERtTUiiLiCAN more assurance that it is doing effective work than the knowledge that its editorials cause sleepforplace it was not presumed that the cd itors of TilE REPUBLICAN wouldad vise with the lleraldt ecrUe as to what course the should pursue The lleraWi scribe assumes that be basI rights tbat others do not possess andt he is in no visa bound to respect the freedom of the press But not tho only mistake of this sheet 111IREPCBLICAV has given the news to people ns it saw it in a plain simple way and this it will continuo to des In the hope that the truth will not prove fatal to any Watterson a True Prophet Few men are given the power of tho prophet and those who read tbo future of States and nations are singularly scarce Whether the power of prophe cy died with tho Apostolic Age or not p we do not presume to know Wo herein desire to call the attention of the public to the prophecy banded down by the editor of the Courier Journal on the 25th of Februar1898 relative to the danger of the Goebel election law then pending the actio of tbo legislature The infamy of this lass bas never been quite BO well pictured by any who have attempted its analysis as did Mr Wattcrsou The crisis which has befallen Kentucky in the last thirty days was described by Mr Wattcrsona manifesto with great exactness and precision The present turbulent times are but the results ot so much political passion that sur rounded the legislature of 98 It is but the natural consequent of greed fur political favor and political am bition in the hearts of pettyfnggc- and corruptiocists Wo aro now confronted with that political revolution predicted by Watterson Had this attempt at usurpation of power been madeby tho same political freebooter r in a land of ignorance it would have doubtless received the approbation the weak and a dictatorship woul have bteu established but in Ken tucky it did not take with the people they absolutely scorned the attempted assassination of civil liberty This law was described na being a ready chariot for its author in which be would be borne to the Gubernatorial chair It was said of the same law that it would destroy free elections and free government in Kentuckyand the State given over to tho keeping of a clique ofself appointed party managers not to be recovered sort of a politicalrevolution This act has been passed and become a law An election has been held and it was not free as Watterson predicted nor have we free government Th revolution which Mr Wattetson sai would be the inevitable result from the enactment of such a measure has come and as a result of th attempt to seize the government b thU highhanded act of political usurpation its auther and chief promoter has met with a sad fateand the end is beyond human conception This act to deprive Kentucky ofa Republican form ot government was passed under the party lath in the hands of its author To this act and this alone the present calamity is due To prove the validity of the above statements we give excerpts from MrWattersons famous editorial uf February 25 1893 The measure with which he ha linked his name and lor the time be log identified his fortunes is of sweep- Ing viciousness and farreaching evil The alien and sedition laws which en gulfed and destroyed the old Federal party were not less oppressive and un Republican in their character But the coolest men are sometimes carried away by the passions that surround them and this winter there has been nothing but passion at Frankfort Senator Goebel is no worse than the rest and except in this atrocious measure has shown himself some thing better But like Caesar that was ambitious he wants to be Gov ernor of Kentucky and he sees or he thinks he sees a ready chariot to bear him thither in the electoral bill that bears his name Woeful though not irretrievable mistake for granting that with the machinery of this bill In his hands his ambition may be probably will profithimuniverse and lose his own soul and along with it his good name as the slayer of civil liberty But the Goebel bill will never b enacted into law The Democrats of Kentucky have not sunk so low as that There is a limit even to the fury oi factional passion 1 here are bounds sit upon the prosperous rapacity ol sectional leadership The people can not have gone completely and Incurably mad There is yet some grace in the manhooJ of Kentucky to ris in its might and to Fay to this wicked attempt to steal its birthright of free dom in open day and before its eyes I forbid The time is shot but everywhere throughout Kentucky there should be public meetings held to protest andI to send delegations to Frankfurt to protest against this monstrous usurpation of power of a few unscrupulonv and designing men If thit be nc done and done quickly and decisively then are free elections and free gov ernment at an end in Kentucky and the Stale given over into the keeping of a clique of self appointed party nnnagerl not to be recovered by the people short of political revolutionI With the machinery ot bill in his hands Mr Goebel becomes as completely master of the situation in Kentucky as Diaz or Menelek in AbyssinIaIAssuredly the act itself if passed might he described as an act to de price the Common wealth of Kentucky ot a Republican form ol government for whereas most force bills have preserved the outward torm of Republicanism this bill defiantly creates a three man power under a one man rule and to liberty us the Dl rectory in Prance under Darras or the Consulate after Napoleon had captured the revolution as Mr Goebel seems to have captured the Democrat Ie party machinery In point of fist the Democratic party as a party has everything to lose and nothing to gain for even ns the immediate future when such desperate expedients are resoi ted to it impossible to predict with certainty exactly how they will work whilst ns their ultimate results there can be no manner of doubt Suh measures nlw13 react and rebound The brood ot evils they invoke always cnmtp home to roost The very tugite lion of so rtcklrps n result i n c nftM ciou rf weaknets It is flti open ilcclia IID RPOGL36 IbIID G1GD06L16 D ll W o Yl FOR mE ILOODUVERLUHGS Experience has shown to physicians that the of diseases in the derangement or disease of digesI andnnourish the different parts of the body It prepares brain nourishment in one way nerve nourishment in another muscle nourishment in another When the stomach is out of order these various forms of nourishment are only partly or Imperfectly prepared and nerve muscle or brain as the case may be Is only partly fed anrJthe result- is which is S and headtor you through the stomach or you cant cure it That is the philosophy on which Dr Pierces Golden Discovery is prepared It has absolute control of the and digestive and nutritive system It cures diseases head heart liver lungs and other organs by curing stomachrewhich prevents the proper of the various organs corrupts them by its own diseased the partial nourishment it provides In like manner Golden Medical Discovery purifies the blood by purifying the and other blood making organs It contains no alco intogid Ca no lion that its authors dare not meet the people face to face and in the open It is the resurrection out of the depths of infamy and disgrace where the peo pIe laid them of wornsout and castoO radical methods and policies and their application to the suppose exigencies of Democratic policies who proclaim themselves to be except for this de vice both impotent and brankrupt- It will doubtless appear to many rely unreasonable that Mr Walter son after explaining the purpose and intent of this measure so clearlyehould prove in the time of that political revolution its most ardent supporter Such a course it seems would certainly mandwhich the CourierJournal seems to have shared recently it appears that preparationyof the same journal and from the pen of the same editor have come words of sanction and approval to all the in fernal designs ot this measure con tained in the above prophecy The most anarchistic propagandist is the editor who spilled these precious prophecies The columns of this same journal have endorsed the Music Hall convention where the first gun was drawn in the campaign Every act which has tended to bring about polit Kens tucky has been endorsed andapproved by the CourierJournal Even the conk test was urged by this depraved demagogue and to this the present state of affairs is due Not enough it seems to sanction the revolutionary measures it now attempts to inflame the mindof the people with a spirit of revolt against the legal and coustitu tional authorities of the commonwealth No journal in Kentucky ever carriedwith it so much odium and offensiveness to free government It has been the supreme desire ot the Cburur Journal to falsify the returns of the recent election When the DM pate Commercial and Post figured Taylor in by about 3000 votes tho Oouricr Journal gave the opposition from 5000 to 0000 plurality And here the first thrust at civil liberty was made Tho State board although it gapeeTaylor a certificate with 2383 votes indelibly stamped on its facer These are stern facts They are a part of history If they should offend any one it is because of their truthfulness No intelligent man will take offense at becomeeoffended at the editorials which have appeared in THE REPUBLICAN it in because they are afriid of the truth sobereintelligence of our readers for their earnest consideration STATE OF Onto CITY OF TOLRDO N thatthe is the senior partner of the firm of F J Cheney Co doing buness in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that oall firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRBD DOL LARS for each and every ease of Ca tarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK f CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed my presence this 6th day of De cember A D 1896 + A W GLKASON SRALNotary Public Halls CatArrh Cure IH taken Internally and acts directly on the blood and mucous sutfices of the system Send lor testimonials free F I CIIKNKY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 75c Halls Family Pills are the best Farm for Salo Weil improved And well wittered Apply to R B Martin Hartford Kylie plays well that wins Hoods Sarsaparilla wins the victory over dls ease because it possesses genuine cur atlve power Weak eyes are made strong dim vision Is made clenrstyes are removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind may l e speedily wnd iflcctinlly cured by then eofSnlherllltdlI Rrlive Salve It in put up in tubes und sold on a guarantee by all dealers m Coebel Rosponslblo Indlroot ly for tho Blot on Kon tdokys Namo William Glebe who was shut At Frankfort Tuesday has had a bud but remarkable career in politics Ills natural surroundings were of the meanest but he arose superior to them by reason of his exceptional mental equipment and he has in recent years shown tba he was the nerviest poll ticlan perhaps in the United States But he came into Kentucky politics to bring not peace but a sword and he has continued to disturb the pub He peace ever since In the contest between Carlisle and Blackburn fir the party supremacy in Kentucky Goebel was a Carlisle man while Blackburns warmest friend was John Sandford an ex confederate soldier of Covington Ky Goebel and Sand ford clashed in this strife and finally Goebel killed SandCJrd and sent Sand fords widow to an insane asylum Ordinarily such an episode would have destroyed even the most promising mans career but it never stem to have disturbed Goebel in the least A few years ago he was elected a State Senator and he had what is known as the famous Goebel election law pissed He was even then look- Ing ahead to the governorship certainly to a senatorship probably and to the presidency possibly lie die tated thenp1olutment of three election commissioners all of whom were Goebel men and through them he managed to get control of every else lion precinct in Kentucky Having secured control of the election ma chinery he then launched his guber natorial candidacy lie made a thor ough canvass of the state but the people did not take to him and he could only obtain about 185 delegates out of the 900 to the state conven tion By means which need not be rehearsed here but which proved him 300delegateslion in a batch and he filled their places with his own adherents and thus secured the nomination A lor againsthimtask that was before him The warmest campaign that Ken tucky has ever experienced followed opposltCJu before the election he sent his defi ance to that city by compelling his election commissioners there to oust nearly a hundred Republican officers and fill their places with his own adherents or aHeast men who would not stand in the way In spite of the fact that he controlled the election machinery at every precinct in the state his opposition had a plurality of about 2500 Then came the contest with Goebel supervisIng discovered that several of the demo cratic legislators were opposed to his plans but this did not discourage him There were A dozen seats con tested in the legislature lIe took charge of these and was proceeding with the work of expelling about a dozen Republicans and filling their places with Democrats pledged to his fortunes when he was shot He had played throughout a dangerous game and thetragedy of yesterday can hard ly be said to be a surprise It is not likely that this will be the end of the turmoil in our neighbor state Assassination seldom tran quilizes the public mind It ordinar ily adds but fuel to the flames Kentucky has been on the brink ol revolution for several weeks and it is very doubtful whether the shooting of Goebel will quench the fires Indeed it will be a miracle if that state is not plunged into the horrors of civil war Memphis Commercial Appeal Good BlOOd Your hurt beats over one hun dred thousand times each day One hundred thousand supplies good or bad blood to your Which Is It If bad impure blood brain aches ire troubled with drowsiness cannot sleep You are as tired In the morning as at night You have no nerve power food does you but Stimulants tonics headache powders cannot euro you but I d 0 4J will It makes the liver kidneys skin and bowels perform proper work It removes Im from tho blood And It makes the blotfd rich in Its life giving properties To Hasten Recovery You will be more rapidly cured If you will take a laxative of Ayers pills each night They arouse the sluggish liver and thus cure biliousness Write to our Doctor Wo have the excluilv itrvlesa of tome of rpe most eminent phrilolmnjt In the United rnlarr ear WrlMttMlr We- perUeulars lIU JOLoirll uiua aertlaughSyrupAl Wee 004 V e- In time Bold hr drot La Nervous Wrecks Wired out Weak and Exhausted In Body and Mind Appetite Gone Unable to Steep Night or day Find Rest and Relief from Pain in the Great Restorative Dr Mites Nervine nothing has erer equalled Dr Mlles Nervlne la power to restore lost energy and build up wasted nerve strength and vitality It gives relief where other remedies fall be cause it does not drlvo the Irritated nerves but coaxes and feeds them giving them new life and power be fore calling on them for renewed effort If your nerves are getting weak If you are tired wornout and cannot rest or sleep It your strength Is falling and you feel that you are losing ground begin at once with Dr Mile Nervine and you will be sur prlsed how soon you will begin to feel better and stronger When I commenced taking Dr Miles Nerrlat I wu u nervous as anyone couM be and lire Day and sight were both dike t- meno sleep Utt did rnt any toodtnd sorest It any time I used to have such terrible hetdicbe that it Kerned as thSugh my head would burst at any moment my appetite was very poor and I was rundown and e hauittd In body and mind Before I had taken one bottle of the Nervine I could c to bed and deep soundly alt night and In the morning I would awakefeeliu so restedand refreshed Dr Miles Ntrvlno did me a world of good and I am never tired of singing Its prams MKSUUOWCN 33 UllcaSL Ithaca N Y Intemperate living and close confinement In my toe resulted In a collapse of my whole nervous system pod I was a total wreck I was so weak that at times I was unable to stand on my feet and would laB to the door wherever I happened to be My Up would sense of feeling I had dluy spells when rajr head would swim so I enl scarcely see I had tried nearly every remedy recommended for nervous troubles without obtaining relief and flashy became so discouraged that I did not care whether I lived or died Four years ago I commenced using Dr Miles Nervine and was greatly benefited by the first bottle This gave me sew hope and continued the medicine for several months gaining strength all the time I am now u strong and well u I ever was and can work siiteen hour a day when It Is necessary without feeling any bad ejects I cannot speak too highly of Dr Stiles Nervlue for I think It was the only thing that saved my life W G Wnm McGregor Tea Dr Miles Nervine Is sold at all drugftsta Write for tmon a positive guarantee advice and booklet to n WE WANT ROOM For the Display of the Largest and Finest Stock of New Spring Goods Ever Brought to Hartford L eL L Vf t M 7M u 4 u L Lu L U We are going to take the public into our confidence this week and state sonic facts that will be of interest to eery man woman and child who has ever thought of buying anything in Dry Goods Clothing Boots Shoes Hats Cups and in fact anything kept in a firstclass Dry Goods store We must make room for this stock It is a matter of imp era tive necessity The only solution of the difficulty is to offer such inducements as will materially seduce 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 pricesk mL L Mf STOP ON THE I Herese Y Where WIfbcsunvoOctIIollop meil5UIClust Thats and what bitten em hardwhenyoar I value for vour money arrive Get Together Shoes With a Record Our nnd whatI Ot9sYOUWEVE GOT SHOESThats the Kind We SellShoe competition In line this season ILATEST STYLESTlnc arc made Iw Tits BROWN ODDEST VALUES SliDe CO tile biggest and Bust Woro liammorlnf Shoc liulldcrs In the Ccxintrv and prices and driving g2 00 vnluosBuysshown above the 350 Is our price for Best for POO the above Shoe money in town Made by ThFauItIcsa in j Brown Shoe Co the bat whostvlcshoe builders amount onv place else 4 The above cuts show some of the Shoes we handle and are made by the Brown Shoe Co of St Louis Every pair warranted to give perfect satisfaction We offer special inducements in this line fzatj usT gff I I ClothCat 475 Our line of Mens and Youths Clothing in upto date in every particular To make room lor spring stock we will offer you special inducements in this line TOBACCO OOTTOTXT Just repoivod a largo bale to bo sold ohoapiWe still have on band a good line of Mens and Bn s Underwear Notwithstanding we U thlogsn 1 r ti I and finding fcurselves overstocked at this season ol the year we will let them go ViiRY CHEAP T have just received an elegant line of Prints consisting ol Indigo Blues Steel j PIWe Black and Red but notwithstanding the advance in prices we will con sUILgUIIL to sell them at sc per yard i 5fJ5 J Jtf We again invite you to come to our store It will pay you if you arc bargainhunting Ifyou are not we will be glad to see you anyhow With every 10 worth of goods bought from us we will give you an elegant picture Very respectfully qJP ccaEJI ISIs Hartford Kentucky u rt i i I l1I c I III 0 r ff iI ItA I VJ1NTB I1CL L4T ingi I Are still and to the weather prophets we are yet to have much cold weather Right now is YOUR TIME and OUR HOUSE is the place to buy CHEAP heavy winter wearables I Good stock yet of Ladies and I Mens Underwear Ladies Capes und Jackets Mens Overcoats Duck Coats Jeans Pants Bed Comforts and Blankets Linscys Flannels etc Mens pood lined Jeans Paula 7fio Ladies heavy flcccid ribbed Veet 150IMen 1 cood Underihirls o Ladies highgrade allwool extra length Ilote 25cILadies beat black ribbed fleeced Hoto 25o I1len homo knit yarn Socks 25c jeney fleeced Shirts uud Drawers 500 Twentyfive Ladies assorted Jackets regular 810 quality now I 500 Ten Ladies allwool Capes regular 350 quality v choice 200uow 0 S One lot of Mines Jackets good shades our 8500Iquality now Jackeseour250qualitynnw11S0Z1cne I and42our8S0quality now508O-no of boys Beaver Overcoats size 13 15 andI1R years our 8100 Coats now pairMensI JOur225llootaat175I Our8175BooUat 135 You Can bur 81 CO Hoots at 125 Buy NOW SizeI8910andll I IBoys Boots in proportion tiiKn brokenyIIJIg line of Hoods and Fascinators at half price Anothing in winter wear at greatly reduced prices Visit our store These bargains will please you BPIUNG SEWING should now begin to enter thefminlhof the ladies Our new line of Hamburg and Swiss Embroideries While Goods Dimities etc are nOM on sale Buy early and get tile ofl of your minds Prices never lower and selections never better Complete line of Prints at old prices Bleach and brown Cottons check Shirtings Table Linens Towels NapkinshOuting Ginghams etc at pricesothousand yards of Tobacco Cotton bought early be s 1Ten Buy now and save money The place is A IRON CLAD FORuIRubber Boots and Strictly Guaranteed r FAIR GO I IIKB MilTLha- rtford Ky 1 im M I Yr Dealers f- nCclebratedI Bear TJ Fertilizer Buggies I I Birdsell Wagons 1B1ue Jnod Blount Plows Deering Hari vesting Machines Fairest Dealings Lowest Prices Best Rigs oi Givo thorn a Oal- lEverythmg FirstclassI Telephone No 47 It is the Pittsburgh ChronicleTele graph that suggests that rntomoblle ought to hav horse senset 1drlveta 11 Incipient consumption is cured with Dr Bells PineTar Honey Inflim tnatlon is allayed and the clogging of 4 the lungs at oncestopped Vbcn this is accomplished the road to health is a straight one Getabottletodaym I In Norway the average length of lifec Is said to be greater than In any other country on tbe globe I I LadlesFor relief of women ters Tansr Tabletsworth their wehthtII in Kold A safe and certain monthly IT regnlntor Malledon receipt of price fr MORDOCKCuBBCo Atlanta Ga Old Business continues to do someI particularly effective campalnlng farl his creator the Republican party Topeka Kan CpitaI i I I I L Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY 9 J C Riley has hay to sell Floating Studio is now at Hartford II you want bargains in Shoes see Carson Co Dr L T Cox of Ovrensboro vis- Ited Mr and Mrs Heavrin this week For fine Photo Buttons call at the Floating Studio Telephone No 13 We give Rocking Chairs with cash purchases only CARSON Co Miss Edna Griffin is the guest of Mrs Ieland Smith Louisville this week Dont forget to save your Laundry for Lyman Williams Tel phone No 32 and 46 Mr John W Sanderfur and Mr W R Stevens and family ol No Creek have measles Bean Bros Co dealers in Grocer Ie5 Fresh Meats Feedetc Dr Deans Old Stand Why not corns to Cltrson Co with your cash and get a nice Rocker or a good oak dining Chair free Mrs Mollie Feemsler died recently at her home In Davless county She wasiormerlv of this county Our Overcoats and ladies Wraps are going very cheap come quick and get a bargain CARSON Co Mr Ro can Holbrook has leased fie McIIinry residence in the Wet ern part of town and will occupy dalSiPictures will do to look at but wont do to rest on Gt one of Carson Cos free R eking Chairs and you an both look and rest There will be qnuterly meeting held nt Mt Hermon church near next Saturday and Sunday Virgil Elgin presiding elder a Agents on salary of 15 oo per week and txptnse the greatest agent sel cr ever produced every tock and poultry raiser bnv it on sight Hust er wanted Riferrrce Address with stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind 29 tf 4 The Bests the Cheapest Experience teaches that good clothes wear longest goodfood gives Best nutrition anda good medicine that cures disease is naturally the best and cheapest Hoods Sarsaparilla is the Best medi cine money can buy because it cures when all others fallI Poor Health thd poor huJth for psWithno ppettte Used Hoods StrstpArSU gained strength And CM work hard tit dtys tt heartily And steep well I1ooAI it beCAuse it helped my husband to whom GlffcfrMoose Jfo Never DistoEZZZ Hxdi Hill nre UTM 1IIIIIh non Irrlutln and eI catbade to ukwith flood MrprIIL Messrs U M Everly and W 11 Stanley Render called at TUB RU PUBLICAN office TuesdayIThe latest novelty is the Magnify ing Photograph Frame now at Source ters Floating Studio Call and see it Mr John C Riley has purchased Mr Rowan Holbrooks residence In North Hartford Mr Riley will move to town in a few days Lots of folks are coming our way to a Rocking Chair free Get in line take one of our chairs home with you CAKSON CoiIn order that we may return to Hartford earlier this coming fall the Floating Studio will leave Halt lord for Rochester on or about March istI Messrs Shelby Taylor T L Grif tjWednesdaytend the burial of Senator William Goebel which occuired yesterday Mr JnVfckeri and family left for 0 vensboto where they a will remain about ten days the guestsf f Mrs Vickers sister Mrs ReidaCol J S R Wedding left esterday or Frankfoit to meet the State Board ol Eqnilizatlon which meets tomors row Col Wedding was appointed acmember of this board by Gov Bradley lost fall Mr W N Martin of Cromwell I Is as been very sick lot sometime and n going to press lajust alive lie huffed a partial stroke of paralysis I some years since and has never fully recovered from ItsMr AC Stevens of Union districtA has sold his farm to Mr son near Prentts and has purchasedw the firm ol the late near Cromwell Mr Stevens is u hustling farmer and one of the coun tys best citizensoThe Populist State Convention will convene at Leitchfield Kentucky out February 22 and 23 inst Reducedb rates have been given by and doubtless many Ohio county people will make use of this nity to attend a State Convention of their partyFMr R B Martin wa called to the bedside ol his father Mr W N Mar tin Cromwell last Friday where he has since been confined to his bed with appendicitis His condition has been very serious and it will re quire the very best medical aid to nuke his recovery sure Mr Martin has many friends In Hartford Rndr elsewhere who will regret to learn of his Illness Mr Harvey Pruden of Curdsville Daviess county a former student andp a graduate with tbe degree of B from the Hartford College has come a to Hartford to read law lie Is pursu tug his work in the office of Col J SsR Wedding Mr PrUden is a good student and a most amicable young man with a bright future Hartford welcomes such young men as Mr Piuden One day recently while Roy Stev ens and some other boys of near Ceow tltheyIIsoarllngwere much frightened and some them tried to climb bushes while tifound jiaTifsuiting the action to the impulse he brought his gun to bear on the pack and discharged it When the smoke iiilourothers of the pack ntrrlltlng preclpl SllockA The Rough River Telephone Cornc pany has been organized and is preparing to build a line from Cromwell- to Pleasant Ridge The stockholders met Tuesday afternoon andelected the following officers M L Heavrlu President J M Mattingly Vice President Dr J R Pirtle Secretary and Treasurer A H Pate Manager tlAMartin and Dr E W Ford This line will be of great service to the country It will be of vast importance to business men and also the farmers Rbetowns of the county The greatest j convenience to man yet dicovcredOIs beyond doubt the Ohio county Telephone Company has proven highly satisfactory to the stockholders and the future of this new company under Its official man clement Is indeed bright The good citztns of Cromwell should encourage the company by having a box put in their residences It will cost a very small amount and after it has once been put in good working order ando they see the advantage of It they could not then be induced todo with out It This Ian home company and t should have the hearty support 01 the energetic and up to date business men of the county The new board of Town Trustees i J fulfilling its piomUe to the people of the town Within the past week Hartford has been beautifully decorat ed at night with ten excellent rra r- Lllne lights each being 500 cnmlle power To the casual observer they appear to be electric lights and the stieets are lighted quite as well by them as If they were electric Every citizens heart iflfull of thanks to the board for this splendid conven icnce It is understood that brick sidewalks will be the next decree of the board This movement will meet the approval of the people beyond doubt At present it is impossible for the business men of town to go to their posts of duty without getting their apparel soiled But before the is fnade we desire to suggust to the board that they pass an ordinance making it a fine for hogs to be allowed to run on the streets The board could do nothing that would be more appreciated by the people of the town and county than to make a stock I aw When these things shall have been accomplished by the board then Hartford will be up to date These things are go od but they are net too good to hope for So lets ore and all give a kind wood to each member of the board and their burdens will be made lighter THE REPUBLICAN fully appreciates the move of the board and believes that voices the sentiment of all good citizens Done to Avenge Sanftrd Story That tho Shooting of Goobol Was a Per onnl Affair Columbus Ohio Feb 3AEpe call to the Dispatch from WellstonO says On a late train from Ironton last night came a fine looking stranger ev idently in disguise and under severe mental strain He said he was in Frankfort tho day Senator Goebel was shotMy name is Rodman he said I am a relative of Dr Rodman formerly of Kentucky now of Paula I know allabout the shoot ng of Goebel I can tell you plain y that other are away oil if Republican the shooting A trap has been set for long time and the opportunity anx awaited to kill William Goebel or his killing of John L Sanford nd the party who fired the shot was near and intimately connect ed with Sanford It was to avenge Saufords death that the politicalsit was taken advantage of for theI shooting The idea that the shooing ame from the secondstory of the Statchouso is all rot There is no man in Kentucky who so little entitled to be heard In this emergency as Henry Watterson He as long since ceased to command the respect of reputable men in Kentucky Goebel was so handicapped by his- upport in the recent election that head to repudiate him from the stump man of fine powers originally he is ow a reminiscence and a wreck Ihe- anders around the country a politiI cal maverick He is a man without a country or a conscience He talks of olitical convictions aud he never had ne in his life lie endeavored to be tray the Democratic party in iSgGand o rule it in lie has won the roud distinction of being repudiated y all wings of all parties in Kentucky and of enjoying theconfidence of none If there ever was a time when the public would have appreciated an im ediment In his speech it is now rom this time on Henry Watterson should be turned over to the censor and his gabble should be blotted out Memphis CommercialAppeal Dem Nothing short of an unqualified and unconditional repeal ot the iniquitous Goebel election law bythe joint assemIbly should induce Gen Taylor to sur his claims to the govercorshlpI and recognize Beckhain the State government The Infamous law framed by the late Senator Goe be was designed to throw the com lete contrql of the State election ma chinery his hands for thejurther nce of his inordinate ambl ions Under its operation It was pos ible to defraud the people and falsify the returns in every precinct and county in the State It placed the verdict ol the people at the mercy of pattisan election boards all ot whom were friendly to Goebel in the last contest It was the blackest stain on the career of Goebel If the legislature ill repeal this law or modify it so as provide for nonpartisan election Gen Taylor can go before the eopl In November with tbe assur OCC that every vote cast for him will be honestly counted Kentucky will hen have the opportunity to right wrong that has been done him by artisan legislature connivance with attisan courts which defied the plain andate of the peopleChicago- unesherald Notlco At i oclock Saturday March 3d 1900 we the undersigned trustees of- chool district No 6 Render Ky will ward to the lowest and best bidder contract for building school house in aid district The district unanimous voted a tax for building the house nyone will be perfectly safe in ac- epting the contract For specifica ions and particular address- D W GWYNN U M KVBUIV Y Trustees ED JONES Great opportunity oflered to goo reliable men Salary ol 15 per week and expenses for man with rig to in- roduce our Poultry Mixture and In ect Destroyer in the country Send samp American IlgCo Terre Haute lad 29 tf List of Letters in the Postoffice at HarN rd Ky which if uot called for in 30 will be sent to the Dead Letter- filcoat Washington D C Miss Randy Goirt Mr Alex Howard Persons calling for any of the above ettera will pleas say that they saw them advertised AVOODBURV TlN8LKTP M On account of the State Convention f the Peoples Party of Kentucky at LeitchGeld February 221 and 2jd the Illinois Central R R will sell round rip tickets at one and one third fare Tickets on site February 2ist and 22d limited to 1300S p u1Jhi = FlU 0 111111I KENTUCKY mak bylugRentuckybygovernment under the cover of a cun ningly unjust system of laws of his own devising There was a counter plot to ddest him in this assassination by the counter assassination of that which Is even more fundamental than representative government social or der Itself Wednesday In the very hour of his evil triumph he was assassinat cd falling apparently mortally wounded into the Arms of two of his friends one a notorious assassin the other a notorious bravo A few weeks it was the toasting of a halfwilted negro boy at high noon in the streets of one of the oldest and most reputoble communities ic the State the citizens squabbling in the ashes of the pyre over relics 01 burnt flesh and charred bone And now Kentucky presents this spectacle of rampant political nod civil sav apery The disease is not local It perme ates the whole State In a civilized State human beings are not burned to death by their fellow beings In a passlawsular government and the substitution polIt1c sins for high office and put their ma chinery in the custody of bravos And thugs Inca civilized State best cit izens drt not meet injustice cloaked in legal bun by irjusUre marching at the head of drunken and armed mob to the State capital to overawe the legislature In a civllizid State assas sins do not stand rifle in hand at the windows ol public buildings to fire upon men walking along the streets in broad daylight It is not enough for Kentucky to hang its head in shame This is no time for apology and wccuse It is time for action There are scores ol thousands of men ant women in Ken tucky who know what civilization means Let them assert themselves Let them make a beginning of the speedy end of those false ideas ol justlfiableand burnings of the domination 01 the ruffian and the blackguard of hero worshlp for the wretch who has killed his man Let them have done with the gentleman of the old school with his revolver aud his bowieknife and hif passion Cor lynchings and for all forms of violccce and his contempt for law and order Kentucky has been putting herself further and further outside the pale of civilization Now is time for the re turn journey not alter she has lynched the assassin of Goebel but nowNew York World p Do You Know That you can get all kinds of Sew log Machine supplies at the Singer officeThat the Singer Machine Oil will not gum up your machine SewIngMachlaeThat one Uttle dime a day will buy of those Ipvely DropHead Sing ers That when you buy a Sewing Ma chine unless it is a Singer that you take it for better or worse That Behind every Singer Sewing Machine Stands the Singer Manufac luring Co worth over a hundred million dollars II you are thinking of buying a Sewing Machine that the Singer agent Gross Williams would be de lighted to bring onefor you to try Drop him a postal card BarnardGoary At the home of the bride near Arnold Ky Februarydtb Mr Garfield Barnard aud Miss Laura Geary were matrimonyMtman full of energy hope andambi lion lie enters the battle of life with bright prospects such as life offered every young man who solemnly pledges himself to follow the guide ofI the star of hope Stirs Geary is aIsplendid oung lady possessing many qualifications necessary to home happy rlllVIUHIIII1h = ISBilbg OOThhlt someiIf soi there must be trouble with its food Well I babies are plump t only the sick are you sure I the food Is all right 1 Children cant help but grow j- f they must grow if their food I nourishes them Perhaps a mistake was made in the pastaM a a result the digestion weakened If that I Is so dont give the baby I 1youri sense help nature a I little and the to do i- I It is to add half a teaspoon 1 I ful EMULSION ofSCOTTS I to the babys food three of four times a day The gain will begin the very first day you give it It seems to Icorrect the digestion and gets the baby started right again If the baby is nurs I ing but does not thrive then the mother should take the jemulsion It will have a good effect both upon the mother and child Twenty I I five years proves this fact it I joe ami lioo til drugfltU L SCOTT III BOWNE ChemUu New York 7- ttttttHttHtttI r n 0 J v JI IP Found aGoldMine IT WAS IN HIS POUL TRY YARD Jinn In Innn Vnta n Campuiinil Tlint Jliikc lllnllcnti lny Double ilirUmi al Number Muinnirr uti Winter Heo err t al III Nncccii IPeople in the neighborhood of Ores ton Iowa are amazed at tho number of eggs that this man drives to market with When asked what was tho cause 01 his hens being so prolific he stated it wan all in certain compound bo was uring that kept his liens in good con dition and furnished them nth the proper stimulus to egg production American Poultry Mixture is the name MlgCIIn tbe poultry business is interested in the health of bis hens and thiir laying capacItyIn the eggs lie his profits guaranteed to increase the production of eggs 100 per cent or money refunded It will do more that three times as much as thesameamoun- of any other compound It is concentrated in form and the result of years Vbusinessas to what it will do and you are in vited to try it at the expense of the company Send 1 for a sample pack age and if it doesnt do the work you eL your money back This is fair and is made to induce practical poultrymen to give it a trial It is also a sure pre veniive of such diseases as the terrible cholera and roup which create such havoc Inall parts of the country It nets directly on the craw and gizzard and a thoroughly scientific pre para lion The manufacturers guarantee every package or refund purchase money It your druggist dont sell American Poultry has be hind the age In that case order direct from American Manufacturing Co Terre Haute Ind 1 The Responsibility in Kentucky Iloko Smith of Georgia puts tilt blame for the Kentucky tumult just where it belongs When wo come to look at the State of semirevolu tion that exists in Kentucky wo can not escape the conclusion that Goobol responsibleforof the foremost Democrats in the South It is the verdict ofa man who was Secretary of the Interior in the second Cabinet of President Cleveland ExSecretory Smith voices the ofevery sano per son in the United States Democrat Populist and Republican The purpose of Goobels confeder ates to steal the State was plain from the first They stole the nomination for him as was by the anti Goebel Democrats rt the time and as was tacitly acknowledged by some of the Goebel men for as exSecro tary Smith reminds his fellowDemo cruls Goobel was the weakest of tbe throe aspirants in the Democratic convention and by combiningwith the next weakest man by turn out 202 delegates he succeeded in jugglinglbrougb his own nomina A systematic effort was made through the law which ho put on the statute book to meot just such a case as this to steal the election at the polls Being beaten at the ballot returningbOllrds resentatives he next appealed to the byhisof tbe people was defiedand a verdict was in his favor anarchyinpersons will have no difficulty in pointingout the are for it Such Southern Democratic papers as the Chatta nooga Times the Memphis Commer cialAppeal the Atlanta Journaland many others have since tho publication of tho returns in November which predicting Goebeliteshave recently been perpo tratingand intimating that crime anarchy would result from it This is a costly piece of criminality for Kentucky For tho gratiticalion ofI politicalbrigandsaidod re newspapers like the Lou isville CourierJournalwhich do nounced Goebol and all his works at passedhut IIbeenwhich a score of years of orderly government will not wipe outSt Louis GlobeDemocrat p Deeds Are Fruits Wotda are but leases It is not what we say but what Hoods Sarsa parilla does that tells the story The many wonderful cures eficled by this medicine are the fruits by which it should be judged These prove it to he the great unequalled remedy for dyspepsia rheumatism scrofulu sat rheum catarrh and all other ailments due to Impure or impoverished blood hoods Pills are nonirritating mild effective Hartford Telephone and Exchange Company Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can buy your own phones build your own lines and in talking distance with ho whole and business v points generally by only paying a reasonable rent to the Hartford Telephone and Exchange Coor oxpenseifHartford Ky for particulars Ve connect with all Independent Companies timZ it You Canta 4t Make ar J Mistakego to Carson Cos to do your through February Wo are going to double our business this year and in order to do this wo must have a CLEARANCE SALE which began the 1st and will continue I through tho entire month of Febru ary Wo have 45 Overcoats 80 La idies and Misses Jackets and Capes that will bo sold at just onehalf their former pricejur loss is your gain So Dont fail to GetI ofn y Ladies and Childrens Underwear Hoods and Fascinators Millinery Goods Neckwear Heavy Cotton and Woolen Hose which we will sell at 1 i a Great Reduction You can find anything in Flannels from 13o to 40o per yard You could not miss us on Towels Tablo Linens 1r 4StapleGoodsat Reduced Sheeting from Co to Ws All kinds 200Pricesand Bleach Cotton One lotof La dies Shoes to close former price 2 I imnw1 Another lot former price 325to375 to close at S200 p- Our Chairs i Carry theRemember we give free One Oak Puray 1 A evory1500 Cash Purchase Dont fail to visit us through this month for bargains You rl not be profitby cE SON CO J MARRIAGES The following is a list ofmarriages since January 25th 1900 Mr M B Hall Magan to Miss Francis M Lanham Magan Date of marriage January 28 Mr Walker House Horse Branch to Miss Sarah A Stewart Rosine Date of Marriage January 31 Mr W G Veller Echols to Miss Mary Hackett Echols Date of marriage February 1 Mr John E Miller Select to Miss Bailie T James Cromwell Date of marriage February 7 Mr Abraham Jolly Maxwell to Sties L F Tucker llaxwell Date of marriage February 4 Mr Garfield BarnardBeaver Dam to Miss Laura N Geary Arnold Date of marriage February 4 I Mr H A Tichenor Rockport to Miss Stella N Cox Rockport Date of marriage February 7 Mr C D Robertson Logan county to Miss Josie Christian Horse Branch Ohio county Date of mar riage February p a fl- It goes to every part Murdock Ca tarrh Cure It cures Colds Hay Fev and all forms of Catarrh Price i mailed on receipt of price See adver tisement tf MURDOCIC CORB Co Atlanta Ga BB COLLINSIGriffin Block Corner Opposite j the PostOf- ficoHARTFORDKY Dealer in all kinds of Staple and Fanoy QJThe very freshest and best goods sold at the very lowest PRICES countrytofor tradeIB B Collins UDid You Know That ifyou would send your Laun dry to the Troy Steam Laundry that you would always look neat and clean Save your Laundry for Lyman Williams Agent Laundry called lor and delivered Leave your Laundry at the Singer Office Telephone Nos 46 or 32 CATARRH CAN BE CURED MURDOCHS 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after a great dial of treatment my was so raw and sore that It gave me constant pain It finally broke Into a running sore and began to spread and grow worse For the past flte or six years I hue suffered untold agony and had given up all hope of ever being free from the disease as I have been treated some of the best physicians and have taken many blood medicines all in vain With little faith left I began to take S 9 8 and it apparently made tho Eczema worse but I knew that this was the way tho remedy got rid of the Continuing 8 tho sore healed up entirely the skin became clear and smooth and I was cured perfectly Eczema is an obstinate disease and can net be sired by a remedy which II only a tonlo Bwlfts Specific S 8 S FOR THE BLOOD Is superior to other blood remedies because it cures diseases which they oaa not reach goes to tho bottomto the cause of the dlieate and will cure the worst case of Eczoitt no matter what other treatment has failed It Lethe only bloodremedy guaranteed to be 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plowing on road I 50 Arnold John 3 00 Austin W W 1 50 AuttinJohnW I 50- Vshlcy J T It I Sf Anderion SA clerk fte in Manz y case 48 Stme lee In ST Bunett casedlt 6 in S line fee In S T Batntttcoseplfl 12 6 Same publishing graded school 21 70 Vcton GV per diitu R Bcomr 10 oo Binnett L P plowing on road 45 fcitlttt D B 2 25 ilennettAjI II J oo lines J F SI 3 oo Brown 0 Mil I 50 Jrown T H I6oni swell C F 3 00J Baird C T I 4 50 Bean C W 3 oo Sean W T SI 3 oo- 4enreU L Fit a 3 75 Dean R K repairing R frader a 65 Briwti W A plowing on load T 5 BaltzellGeo It 45 Batnard E A I I 50 B uttn Claud L II 15 B urn K S I 5t Blackburn J WII II I 5 Baize F M It 3 00 BeekJFI II 151 Beck W NIt It 2 25 Bowls Jhn WII 3 00 Barnett T J 2 35 Basham TomII II 3 oo- itistoDB II 150 Bowling Jss AIt 2 25 Same 4 15 Baize liDII IS Barnes Wever II It II 375 Ji d Ruins 3 75 Bennett W C mdse lor p uper 25 on Barnett S T judgment 38 75 leek John F Ellen Miller 25 00 Buski 1 A D stenograph report 5 00 BentooTom 2 trips to Lonisville 45 6 S me taking MisPhippi to asylum8 88 Black T H guards for jail 400 Same j tilers fees 272 75 Boaid ol health services in S pox 55 50 Bean W H viewer I 00 Brown William viewer i 00 Carson Alex plowing on road I 51 OcilJS I 225 Charlett Ed 3 on Chick Will 15 Calvert Motion i 50 Ci ebier G EIt 75 ClarkJ 1II I 50 Cooper Ed I1stCooper EdwinII 600 Church W E 6 75 hapman W F II 3 00 Larson Co mdse for join 58 05 CampbellChas keeping paupers 775 00 Same sewing for paupers 55 00 Daughetty M L plowing on road 4 50 iarne a 4 5- Juvall J W II 5 25 aughtrty L W 1 50 DuvaJJ H L II 3 75 Same I 2 50 anieEM I 300 Oeweese Ltfryette 4 50 mea al 4 50 Oeweese Clarenc II 3 75 3amea 4 50 Juncan Filo a 1 50 Ouvall Nancya aa 3 50- 3a vis RobertII II 2 25 ukeWCa ii 4 50 Dehaven W B witness lee i oo Oow Wire Works Co 10 wire bedsteads t 4800 Davidson J E taxed atty fee 2 50 Elliott James M plowing on road 6 oo Evans FelixII 3 00I ivansDLa a 3 75I Evans T A per diem 1500I Fieener J W plowing on road 4 51 FaughtGWa It 4 50I Farmer C it1 I 50I Felix F L publishing c 21 65 Felix John F plowing on road i 50 Faught Marion i 50 Fulkerson IraII 75 Puqtaa G Ha a 5 25 Fentreis f PII a 2 25 Samea a 1 50 FaughtG WII II 4 50 Fieener John W 4 50 Fair Co mde for paupers 63 62 Same by order Judge 1400 Felix II C viewer i on Felix F L printing 7 45 Greer W J plowing on road 2 25 Samea a 375 Glenn Ringo atty lee S T liar nettcase 2 50 Graves B F per diem 1500 Hickey G R plowing on road 3 75 limbo T Ita a 5 25 lines A J II 975 Hicks JE 2 25 Hoover LI Sit a i 5- 1Hvge Johnaa It 75 Hnller F M i 51 Hall Albeit 3 or han UtnJY a I 5 aynojihn IIto OfJ II Hidinn Crms oo Tells On tin story DoeWlicn your head ifnches and patcd and stomach sour 01ibuy a package t Moos PillAnd take a dose from 1 to 4 pills essilytheyheadache and biliousness rouse the againt 251Hockefamily 208 04 Hartford Publishing Co adver tising t 51 70 IIocker Co mdse for Pest House 129 84- Hardwlck Vm com in patt 25 oo i Keown James E plowing on road 6 00 I King VMa 00 Keeton A RIt 3001 Keown Geo W Keown J W 2 oo I Lake WmIta6oo 3001Lambjno Lone R DOf aa l0 3001So1meLikens J II It 3 Maple Lon It 5 251 Miles John IIa It 4 50 Maple vnnleIt Of 6 75 Moore E P a al 225 Moore J M a 300 Maden Joea a I 50 I Mitchell J Ba a i 50 Martin JS 2 Miller DS a 4 51I Madenjoa a 375 Mase Emery 3 oo Moore Marion a 4 50 Moore Nergy 3 00 Maddox 14M aI 5 Maddox J E It 3 00 Miller Bob a 225 Myers II F making two pauper coffins 1000 Mason J C plowing on road 4 50 Miller Robt St 4 50 Mercer G AIt 300 Miles II T a 450 Miller J E 6 75 MosleyWZ a 300 Mosley E I 50 Martin GeoW 3 75 SameI a 7 50 Mefford Jacob land road bed 500 Moxley Nathaniel surveying 10 oo Maddox Geo M pauper coffins II oo Moore Sanderlur mdse for jail 13 85 Mclntire J M house election 2 00 McDowell Richard plowing roadt 50 Neighbors EH 3 75 Newton W D It 3 OBannon J W plowing on road6 751 OBannon UHs DII 3 cx OwenRWa aioo I ODell H J a 3 no ODell J W II 451 Oglesby Zalle road bed 150 oo Patton E L plowing on road 7 50 Park DM a 1 50 Paxton John P 3 00 Phillips S L i Pierson Jactca a 4 511 Pate A E mdse for Jill 575 Patterson Dr B N waiting on pesthouse26300Pa- ttonG II per diem R B com 15 oo I I PeU diem R B com 20 oo 7511RoRoyal CW fl 225 Royal K MIt 300 Royal TP Nt 3III Rhoads J P r 3 oo Royal Urllce Sa a I 50 t Rhoads S G house election 4 2 II0 RObS R T plowing on road 3 fco Riley S th additional expense I R Beam 850- Rftgland I M S Caleb Royal pauper 10 oo Rerfnw Bros books order Judge 4 2JI Rxeland M S cost in road suit 13 45 RoeJ Wviewertoad I Oo- ItaKlaiil M S cost in road tuit 9 05 RHglimfl M S clerk frts 268 79 line V A repairs on road under 9 31 Riley S H iwr dieni R II com2 IMI Rogers Luther a 11011 Rnne W A Itr dirm HS iilitate 15 on tnpUrul M S pei hell HS cr rI75en jJTHin Denxld plowing ou rnnl 3 i tev iB Gtf T 301 itevens EIvi5iluilth STIt 75 amtrlnr R A I 4 5 S ol j jnrddcn Richard iSiSteven Cli tonIt 3j o how1lIuMAto t i ol itevens G T 5 25 Smith C Ba t 3 rorI Spurrier B D 3 Co1 CASTOR1A For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Boughta Bears theUSignature of In Use For Overt a Thirty Year- sCASIORIA c Iwl CSNaum sN R V U S1V Simea a 150 Swope Ben S II 6 oo Skinner A Ta a 2 25 Sanderiur D L D bouse lor dec tion 2 oo Seibert Henry plowing on road 2 25 Smith Logan 75 Smith Logan M 3 00 t Sullenger James witness tee 100 Stevens S T sheriff fee in S T Barnett case I 10 Stevens JP additional as R Dtcom loco Stewart John J Martha Jarvis jpanpcr T isoi Same Mrs Kimble 20 10i Same Richard Gllstrap 5 oo Same Kittie William 1000I Same Mary Ellen Culbertson 5 00 Same Chester Daugheity 15 06 Same Evans Daugherty 20 06 Smith Wru road bed 25 00 Stevens S Tees as sheriO 186 50 Same expense to Louisville 13 00 Slime cost in road suit 250cSame cost in road suit 2 oo Smith John perlIem R Dcom50 00d Stevens J PIt 2000d Stanley A nII II 2000 o Taylor S L plowing on road 3 75J Pate M MIt a 1 50o Taylor John RII 2 25 Taylor CiceroII 3 75h TallJDa a 6 oo Taylor J Mil a 4 50tTichenor W P aa Treeml L Sit 600I Taylor R C II 2 TayIorJVI a 6 00I Thomas Jas A mdse tor jail 99 00 Taylor A CLale Jarnagin asjlum 8 88 Tichenor S J mdse Mrs Brown 6 00 Taylor L D 250 feet lumber 2 50 Taylor Dr J W waiting II Ticb a enor 20 75 Taylor Dr S D waiting on smallpox I 55 co Tatum Cordelia road bed 5 00 Taylor Shelby atty fee to oo Taylor H B per diem 15 oo Vebb Robert plowing on road 6 oo Viggington F J 2 25t Villoughby W D 4 50 Wilson ANIIaoWilson P TII 7 50 White JaDlesII zpVrlght WII I 450 Wright H CII II 4 50p Vccrner L F mdse alms house 28 55 Vllloughby W D plowing road 4 50 Wlllace C Fit 3 White J T a 4 00f White C C I WhlttlnlZblll T J 7 50 Wade C RIt 3 75 Vesterfield Jo A II Wilson T G 500IWitll ms EOItWorieylNI aa Walker Miss Iula testimony and 1 translation 47 00 Walker Miss Lula same i 29 oo I Vhite A D muse for Jail 605 WoodwInd C L viewer rod I oo I Vrieht Frank viewer road i oo VetterScId Miller meat order It Julge 12 58 Well r S J repairing rod grader to 20 Vil mills I If medicine lor alms I bruise and jtil 74 20 Veller S J per diem 1500 Whalen tTyrses lillzibdh Bur geM lo oo Young Richvtd plowing on road I 50 Timng J Vaa II 75 The foregoing is a lull list of claims allowed by the Fiscal Court of Ohio county at th October terra 1899 MS RKOLAhD Clerk O lo County Court CJ A X onX ABears tit- Blgnttnrs 4Ih Kind Yw H318 Aim BGught ot The mnney sent n rMiTivei thrMrl by prKpeMiH rel tents I the Uilel Staten tIlt hrutln nil pnvtuiH rccnrH I or a Jioildiy reason rmctun will Into the mtillon Tir millions ofi ihnstmns money thm ttttllz ldU uoverthe Bryanite cl lint that this rich Ire growing richer and the poor are growing poorer The good times teach to all c1asseTroyJ V Record I Facts For The Curious The Mexican government has grunt ed n concession lor the operation ot electric omnibuses in the city of Mex ico The Minnesota supreme coutt has decided that a commercial agency rat Ing a man as blow pay does not libel himDown weight is necessary to subs ect wail matter to an additional rate depltIThere are four million women in the nited States who earn their own living and only three thousand ol this number are authors Among the most expensive luxuries In Lima are postage stamps it cost- Ing eleven cents in gold to catry a letter in that country Melssonier the celebrated French painter who died In 1891 aged 78 years pronounced his name May sbn ya with the last syllable accented The essential feature of a trade mark Is not that which the applicant deslg nates as such but that which strike the public as its most salient feature The State of Massachusetts spend half million dollars a year in road building and boasts of over two hun red miles ol permanent highwayv built in less than five years Ktupp the German gunmaker bat completed peer cannon which is K light that a Koliller can easily cutty It and it is sail to be stronger than i steel cannon of the same size The average person weighing 155 pounds loses about thr c and oneliiIf pounds during the night an ordinary dinner adds about two and one eighth pounds to the weight 01 a healthy per sonAnother who permit his intellrctu al production to be published loses hti right to copyright though there III nr fixed time tor making application lot copyright so that it be belore publica ion To cure sleeplessness clo e the eu lightly and direct them upward n1 inward as it were An endeavor to- etain this position 01 the eyes il pr slstent will relieve the most stnoui case of insomnia In Japan public bathe are provided n which men and women commonly bathe together where li seldom any partition between the baths and nr thought of impropriety because the daily batb is considered as much of a necessity to the Japnnese as dally lood It is a curious fact that redhalted people are lar less apt to go bald than withother colored hair The avetage rop on the head of a redlulled person is only 292M hairs Ordinary ask hair is far finer and over three ark hairs take up the space ol one red ne 105000 is about the average falrbalred people are still better f 140000 to 160000 Is quite a corn number on the ecalp of a fair aired man or woman A curious calculation has been made to the effect hat the hairs on the bead of fair haired persons If they could be plaited would sutiln a weight of something ike eighty tons equaling that of 500 people Z Wayne Griffin Bro guarantee every bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and will refund the money tony one who is not satisfied alter using two thirds of the contents This Is the the best remedy in the world for la grippe coughs olds croup and whooping cough and is pleasant and safe to take It prevents any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia nov feb o S It is encouraging to note that the who always has a scheme to putter avay at the Tartfl Is not conspicu us at the present session of Congress The Tariff is doing very good work at resent and it seems to be accepted that this no time lor ttnkcringTo eka Kan Capital Z- JbBSI KMIL The Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO 250000 CURED WE CURE EMISSIONS Nothing ran be marl lemoraliilnf to ToaDs or ml I Jlcof tj men than tkavrtt 1 care if the nightly lopee iirodueo eakal ncrrontnei a cf dliruit and a nnle train hrm lblIThey unit a man for burinon Ufo octal happle No whether enured evil bablii In routb natural weaknuorteiualeiceiiM our Wow Method Treatment will positIvely cure yea i NOCURENOPAYltemIer muErpocureare not Oar wilt euro you You ran no yl- ik250000CUREDYoung Man You are rate feb1in and haggard n rroai Irritable and u f ion become forgetful raoroie and blotchea and rimple looplngformthe blight of sour ciliten- eeWECUREaRlCOCELE No matter how serious ease III b lttoakiv Ij I ear return to I rrt foeand hence th organs recivi nourtih IPllual organs become Tltalltnl all drains or IOIMI ceai aol temllOrlbneClblJat rl0l NRaE14AltX NO DKTIS LION GUARANTEEDI OLEKT HMIBSION8 IMPOTKNOy IITIII 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