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Iitwci c1Ltb131a lateThe Republican and Louisville Commercial i year 125 The Republican and the Courier Journal i year SI25- The Republican and the Toledo O Blade I year 125 The Republican and Louisville Dispatch i year SI 25 The Republican and the Globe Democrat I year 130 II r Fine Job Work a Specialty OFFICIAL ann OF TIEPAiU II rpFOuBTacOXSBESSlONALDIUIICr Subscription 1 a VOL XII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16 1900 amJllfaQSlItDl n1Ito O ES SMITBCATTORNEY AT LAW HAttrrouD KY Will practice his profession in all the courts ol Ohio and adjoining counties and Court of Appeals Special atten lion given to all business entrusted to his care Office In County Attorneys office in court house R B WEDDING Attorney at Law HABTFono Ky Will practice his profession in tbo the courts of Ohio and counties Also Notary Public 4JOHN T BON- EATTORNEY AT LAW CKSTKRTOWW KY Will prncllr his prolrMlon In all Sh- eurlatOhln nn d edjoissIeounISe- sad CoupS ol ApprnU Hirrlitl Mini lie ii given So collffllon 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truly S LYodr not only catarrh but prevent It household should be inpplled with thU great and A tree on catarrhal sent by Dr JImmn Ohio THE OLD- RELIABLE CINCINNATI a1 1J118hoa et WEEKLY Week Edition of the Cincinnati Commercial Tribune The Family Newspaper Special Departments devoted to Agriculture Poultry Markets Literature other Special Features IMPROVED I ENLARGED I IN NEW FORM NOW TWENTYPAGES iooLn The Weekly has the largest circulation of any published in the the West Read by over people n copiesWANTEDTHE COMMERCIAL TRIBUNE COMPANY I C= C= 4Tz o Che p Piingles The word two meanings It mean quality or price When I the word it applies to the price Thats not egotism its business Ive built up the shingle bnslness 1m this ol the country just by sticking to Highest Grades Lowest Prices And 1 could not have done that if I had used the word careleasly Of course I sell some low shingles but even on them the price is same as on the higher grades BmRm LELE1 TElE EELXSiCommon grades sin 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entire United States Regular subscription price 100 PER YEAR We furnish it with the Republican for 125 PER YEAR SEND ALL ORDERS TO THE Republican Hartford Ky 01 2 r4i F =Io r A MYSTERY OF MONTANA Doos It Throw Light on Con Thomas Francis Moa ghora Death Some time in December the Chicago Chronicle published a dispatch from Montana telling of a petrified body supposed to be that of General Thomas Fiands Meagher found in the Mian sonri river The body has since been examined under the X ray and eden tists pronounced it human remains Bones brain and Vital organs were visible even the arrow head which had pierced the brain of the man was revealed by the power of the ray The petriQcatlon measures sleet to inches in height The face is clean shaven with the exception of a mbs lache and the face and form are those of a wellnigh perfect man from his bearing soldier The hands are tied together with rawhide When the body reached Anaconda there came to the room where it was exhibited an Irish miner in his work ing clothes The moment lila eyes rested upon it he called out It is the general God rut his soul It is the general What general was asked I General Meagher surely If that Is not the hand of Thomas Francis Meagher may mine be withered and he pointed out a slight peculiarity of the hand which had escaped attention The news spread others came to see whatithey fully believe was the body of their dead general Pathetic were the scenes that followed He was drowned ao miles from Fort Benton said doubters No man living can say be waa drowned or what became of him if this Is not his body was the conclu sive retort And that U true if you remember the thrilling story of the death of this remarkable man On the morning of June 29 1867 Meagher accepted an Invitation from an old friend John Doran the pilot of the steamer A Thompson to dine with him on board the boat He was on the way to Benton to procure arms equipmentHe ill had been very III Indeed at Sun River The general was reading when Ad denly he closed the book and said ex citedly to Doran Johnny they threatened my life in that town As I passed I heard some men say There he goes II Doran soothed him for he knew there was not a man in the territory who did not love General Meagher Are you armed Doran Meagher insisted see that your pistols are loadedAt oclock Doran persuaded the general to retire He locked the door of the stateroom as well as he could the lock being defective and went to the lower deck A few minutes later he heard a A Wife SaysI Ve hm four cilUrtn WIth the flnt three I uffucd aimed uabcmblc pains from 12 to 14 houi and had to be plated imdci the influence of chloroform I cud thus tottla of Hothtrs FrUnd before our 1ut ehild came which b a strong fat and healthy boy doing my houKwwk vp to within two hours of birth and ufI fcrcdbutafcwfurd palm Tftk hal Bicatfa the grind j at remedy vu- Mothers 4c Friend win do lor every woman whiZ U did lot tillIMinnesota mother who writes the above ter Not to we it during prtgntncy fa a mbtike to be paid for In pain and suffering Mothers FritntJ equips the jatient with a strong body and clear intellect which in turn are Imputed to the child It relazei the muscles and allows than to expand It relieves morning yfcfrrrfff and nervouosess It puts all the organs concerned in perfect condition for the final hourso that tie actual labor is short and practically pslntta Dan get of tiring or hard breasts fa altogether avoUedV and recovery fa merely a matter ol a few days Drunlu Mil MotIIo n lforSlibottJ The Bwdfleld Regulator Co Atlanta Ga Bend for our frw Ulutratd bookI and cries of Man Jjoran rushed to the rail as the en r cried It was your friend Iobnyiagonized cries were heard but thefriver was 12 feet deep with a cur relit rushing five or six miles an hour ant the voice was heard but an in stant Doran ran ashore and went to the steamer Guidon which lay 50 yards below Men rushed to the wheels of the steamer and lowered themselves Into the water while ropes and boards weethrown out but in vain the body was never seen For many day cannons were fired the river dragged and the shores and islands searched but all to no pur- pOse If the stone figure that Tom Dnnbar dug npbe Indeedthe mortal rcmafnA of Thomas Francis Meagher it is easy to figure out from its mute testimony the fate of the gallant general He was plainly crazy when he jumped ovetboard but the shock of the water and the instinct of struggle brought back his reason and he succeeded in making the shore far below where he jumped in The river at that point was full of islands which swarmed with hostile Indians not all of whom at that time used gunpowder The almost noise less bowstring gave no hint of the shot that cleft hit skull The nerves of the brain work crosswise those of the left part central Meaghers skull was cleft on the left side his right side as Dr Kellogg and Professor Grant testify was paralyzed The Indians came and bound the helpless mans hands Death soon released him Then alarmed at the commotion made by the friends of the missing man his captors threw his body into the river where it lay until Dunbar found it No onejcan say where Meaghera body lies It nevercan be proved ab solutely say the experts that this is it But the gray old men of Montana who knew him well Insist that it is and that it ought not to be carted about the country and exhibited at so much a headToledo Blade CtA I1WOAlAlI- wathe IISKIdYoaHasklwsilEc- uttFridays Blpt of weather shows what may be expected on the following Sunday that is if It rains on Friday noon then it will rain on Sunday but if Friday be clear then Sunday will be fine as well ua CA rlORlABttifO BInatu of cCsocA Macon Mo cat reared six young squirrels CAI1WOAlAlII- nthe TbltJdYoaB 8Ipetve f A litter of foxes Is cared for by a Reading Pa tabby Incipient consumption is cured with Dr Bells PineTar Honey Inflammation is allajfed and the clogging of the lungs at once stopped When this is accomplished the roadto health is a straight one Geta bottletoday m J A cat known to be over 25 years old died at Tro Kan the other day LadlesFor relief of women Ches ters Tansy Tablets worth their weight In gold A safe and certain monthly Mailed on receipt of price Jr MUBDOCKCUHBCoAtlantaGa thirteen Brooklyn cuts quarreled and fought until all but one were ctndi Y a It goes to every partMurdock Catarrh Cure It cures Hay Fever and all forms of Catarrh Price fl mailed on receipt ol price See adver tisement tfIMDKDOCK CuRe Co Atlanta Whenever a black cat passes ajlta doo sentry at Bombay he gravely sa lutes it in military style This is be cape of a superstition which leads him to believe that thecat contains tueeoul of a British officer aVaGreat opportunity offered to good reliable men Salary 015 per week and expenses for man with rig to in troduce our Poultry Mixture and In sect Destroyer in the country Send stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind 29 tf Twelve black cats were put in a New York cold storage warehouse At the end ol six months their hair had turned white HELP FOR YOU For honest treatment aud a speedy cure write or go to Dr J Newton Hathaway whose great reputation is a sufficient guarantee of satisfactory results Consultation oJWSSi Frpe D IDOII PaI sin tarByptillllilnal1Its Contracted or nereid Itun sy and urinaryPSIIIIU3D1O elored eultToo Frequeal Bloody or terrIble sUgrs produetne copper the iloarl Lungs Ipots on lice or body IIt11e uleera on the 1UI fUflUOQiI duease 01 Uter aol Stomach silo Catarrb Jtupture V31SsDlleIIII BlOOd host tuItate enlarged TOlD t which Homo Treatment ByeorrespoD- a deoeealwaJllUO a DCIIor complete loss of eeUlul Vrlle for freobookJultpubl1lbe4 ant sexual power alto Hydrocele Gonorrhea 811DPtom blank 117011 CIDDOt calL Gleet Stricture andaU Prtrata and Venereal J NIWTOM HATHAWAY M DI Diseases and Weaknee el mea qulcklr IototewhM2fcii Tecured iiowTuisAriuiwiiwiwiuj lU jt It li vle- nIt i IfJ I 41 I t ORATION Dollvorod byJ L Elmoro In tho Oratorical Contost In Class of 1892 of tho Hartford Collogo This oration is published by the re qnekt of friends AMONG TUB HEIGHTS As far in the past observation extends her reseSrches there has been a principle in man that causes him to lookwith ardor into the dim vista of the future and pleasantly contemplate some ideal position to which he may gloriously attain He looks at the achievements of heroes Is Impressed by the encomiums upon them dazzled by the lyrics sung to their glory and inspired with the hope that be too may haveTfliTnatne tiRTttthrthe annals of greatness It is an no mut able law of his being that aspiration must precede acquisition and that mere ambition without unquestioned merit as a preserving shield is not sufficient to grasp and maintain a po sition among the heights History Is replete with illustrations of those who have struggled for fame Irrespective of the manner by which it is to be achieved Some have elicited ephem j L KUIOBB eral praise by cautiously plucking the laurels that belongs to other brows but when the sublime and unerring light of truth and justice is turned upon their fraud and deception they are swept with a torrent of indlgnai tlon from their pinnacle of buried fame to their proper level Amid the jpnltltndes that have lived and died but few have possessed the courage aspiration energy and zeal coupled with the capacity to rise above the massesof their fellows and scale the dizzy heights of Intellectual grandeur To Idolize lame is not the object of this address neither does it propose to withhold any tribute of praise that may seem appropriate within the sphere of its legitimate comprehension The dominant feature being a cursory glance at the noble deeds on which posterity has bestowed its rich est praise Investigation dlfdosea that those whohave most successfully surmount ed the difficulties of their times those who have most successfully borne all obstacles those who have moat unflinchingly weathered the adversities of their age are those who bare reaped the sustaining harvest of the merited praise The introduction of a few who have stood triumphantly on the sum mit of fame and emitted the gleaming beams of their effulgent light to other nations as well as their own seems ap propriate at this junction A brief determination of the powers of Dc mosthenes will first demand attention When his senate and people bad resigned themselves to Indolent security and criminal pleasures when Philip of Macedon was contemplating theI conquest of Athens when all the ml nor orators had been influenced by Philip to enlist in the Macedonian cause when Demodes a sordid but eloquent orator Enbulus a venal flat terer of the common people and ever the sublime and energetic Escbenes himself were bought by Macedonian gold Demosthenes alone remained in flexible Neither flatteries nor cen auras proffered wealth nor honors could seduce his incorruptible mind With the most intrepid courage be poured forthhis Phillpicsateach fresh aggression of the king of Macedon Nor did he rest till by the force of his eloquence bearing down all opposition he stirred op his infatuated people to make an attempt at least toward re buffing the torrent of Macedonian am bition On many other occasions be made similar evolutions oi powers previously involved By his mag nlficeot veiblage by his vivid expres sion by his symmetrical modulation by his Inimitable gesticulation he moved along his grand career in pomp of fire glancing hIs beamy ehalta oi light from his rich quiver to the farth I est sphere and so elevated himself above the sable fogs oi rlvalistlc On tention that the eyes of an oratorical peer have never opened to the world Another whose name is a symbol of greatness is found In the person of Julius Cccsar His life was characterized by those irrepressible powers that render their possessor invincible in whatever be endeavors accomplish When he bad conquered the seven le gions of Pompeii when he had pursued him to the orient and there com pItted his defeat when hebadctcnred Cleopatra jointly with her brother i when be had won his decisive victory r IJ t I = = c up V tk iThereaders and friends to give thoso merakii who advertise lu its columns thnbttliiAtlo their trade It will bo regar do d M 1rsonal favor at Zlela he wrote the memorable dis patch to the senate veni vidl vicl Alter he had risen to unparallel pow er as general when attempting to carry into Alricahia wearied and mu tinous veterans refused to embark for Sicily and began their march toward Rome Ctcsar suddenly appeared among the legions and demanded to know what they wanted Cries of Discharge were heard on every hand The discharge was heroically granted and he proceeded to address them as citizenspromising them their full share of the reward to be obtained in his approaching triumph His bold and manly appearance his thrill and penetrating voice his unlmpas stoned and tranquil movements his sturdy yet lenient pledge revived old affections They stood mute and ashamed at the sudden severance of the bond that bad been their only glory in the past At length they be gan to supplicate even with tears in their eyes that they might again be honored with the name of Caesars soldiers Their prayer washeard and they made an Imposlnvmarcbthat gave Ctesar power Rome His extreme composure in time of peril is incidentally narrated in the bolt rowing in which Ccevtr and his stall were overtaken by a raging storm The furious winds howled with aweInspiring Indignation the angry waves rolled high in their tern pestnons violence the jaws of the deep seemed ready to crash them in his hideous grasp I the fiery darts ol heaven rushed by their beads with shuddering swiftness the thunders apparently shook the distant parts of the earth with their intimidating jar his comrades had exhausted their power to save the boat and were bowed In consternation uttering the most vociferating appeals to their deity to save them from such a cruel fate Amid all this confusion Ctcsar stepped forward in the magnificent grandeur of his undaunted valor and said Quid times Ccesarem vehis His great popularity secured him the right to make war or peace at his own pleas me Coesar availed himself of this unprecedented power to plan some of the most important works ever con trived in the mind of a statesman Notwithstanding he fell victim to a vile conspiracy before his design had matured we have in him the strongest compound of warrior statesman and oritora true genius over whom death made no conquest for now he lives in fame though not in life In one of the most extraordinary ages when the twilight of the fading day of chivalry had become extinct there appeared a gigantic force in the dramatic ring whose multifarious phe nomena of humanistic emotions have never been equaled whose potent im aginative faculties were so artistic that his personifications become real men moving in flesh and blood whose wonderful momentum the theory of no philosopher can decipher whose ImagluaIShakespeare the great orb of the Eliz abethan era in whose dazzling splendor all others wane from view played with ease around the steeple of its literary pyramid and issued forth his esthetics diffusions giving impulses that augmented by each successive vicissitude in the worlds evolution This superb intelligence that was at once philosophlcattractive and of un rivaled lncidltyconld impersonate the eccentricities of the dullest mind with as great precision as he could medicate the graceful regulations of those train ed under the artistic skill of the highest cultivation He was the greatest genius whose mystic hand ever wield edapoetiepenThe also at the close of this wonderful era spread his mighty intellectual pinions and on their trembling quiver soared to the empyreal sphere communed with the angels transformed their nectared ef- fuaionsjnto a star of perpetual appar ition whose unerring if followed leads to the most gorgeous scenes of moral grandeur and the loftiest flights of spiritual1 sublimity Previous to the revolution during the roar of its mnsketryand after the armistice there was developed one of the most remark able characters found in the history of the world An individual of modern tlon and distrust in his own great ability yet who responded with else city to the call of his fellowcitizens Who when the Americans had gained their independence could have been crowned king but he only wished to return to private life and peaceful pursuits and pleasures of home This mighty oak of the American forest wears a green caronal of leaves ant passed in verdure by no prince beyond the deep lie is by unanimous Judgment the foremost figure in the his tory of the world The king of patriots the master of war the angel of peace This great and immortal be lug George Washington will remain an emblem of transcendental purity as long as pulsations respond to heroic throbs and the campfires of patriot- Ism bum sacred upon the human art livery age is distinguished by its Illustrious heroes around whose head w f5Cui ltdt circle a halo of glory after whlcu rnjyTherule There are no two brighten In the political firmament than Grove Cleveland and James G Elaine When the present dark clouds of political commotion and enthusiasm have been dispelled from popular mind when the masses of posterity shall look through a clear medium guided by the persuasive sunlight pf unbiased Investigation multiplied generations will combine in declaring them among the greatest of the age and place their names with those of Jefferson Madia son and Jackson From the characters mentioned also from the many that justlfiest great names are the resultant of great vrtfkVf th tIn of good repute and undying worth are the products of arduous and unceasing toil and the severest strains of mental and moral anxiety Therefore if we contemplate a reserved seat in the galaxy Of great ness adequate preparation aiRs e made before the aspiring 0etlmeat purposebescar the reputation but they can not efface the character On this question the enunciation of the philosopher harmonizes with the inspiration of ttpoet riseagainThe painAndWe remember the eloquent appeals oi Demosthenes to Athenian democn racy the stigmatizing denunciations of Cicero against the conspiracies of Cataline the unquenchable fervor of Patrick Henry for independence and the earnest excitations of Daniel Webster for union and liberty were salient outbursts of honest conviction and efficient preparation Let us con fine ourselves to the domain of intcllN gent action be content with the ac complishment of such work as was designed for human handsand think- Ing such thoughts as can be pondered In the crucible of finite mind Lets seek not too far the mysteries of God to explore nor His handiwork to im prove lilyToTo add another hue unto the rainbow Or with tapir light to seek the beau garnishIs 0 Let us take up the banner of truth and carry it bravely on to assist In opening back the massive portals through which we may be crowned with the royal diadem of untarnished successLet be heroes the charge of battle bear Our brave associates and ourselves revere InspireAndnoble fire On valors side the odds of combat lie The brave live glorious or lamented diet The wretch who trembles on the field of lameIMeets death and worse than death eternal shame Let us be true to onr convictions for this the substratum of all grandeur Lets be assiduous In the prepara tlon for tile for this is the unconquerable power that rules the world Lets be diligent in the performance of its duties for this Is the unfurled banner that indicates a clear sky aboveThe foundation of the temple of wisdom thus constructed will be as broad as the universe the walls as firm as the adamantine rock of agesthe spire will reach the dome of heaven There mingle with perennial strains of Or pheus music join the white winged visions in viewing the landscapes be low and in surveying the innumer able bodies that are In the infinite space beyondOur names wilt be left In the sublime constellations to per ambulate the eternal snuehine ol spotless minds LOCAL AK- DtLIIIATlc Nothing but local remedy or change of climate will Cure Catarrh TtieNprclflcla ELYS CREAM BALM It is quickly ab sorbed Gives re lief at once Opens and cleanses the Nasal Passages Allays Inflammation Heals and Protects the Membrane Restores the senses of taste and smell No mercury No Injurious drag Reg ular size soc family size St at Drug gists or by malt ELY BROTHERS M Warn Stmt NIW rut withIIPATENTS GUARANTEED Our fee returned it we itU AayMtieadl sketch and docrlptlon ot au itmnUon promptly receive our free wlUtthe patentability of semi How to Ob1al Patent Mot upon request rateatl through us idvectlcd for aalt at our patenta taken out through us reed pMlu- olicwithoutchsrge In THB Anjrr Hacoan aa Illustrated and td circulated JoaraaV consulted by Manufacture and HrnUra for seinpic copt pass d4riiIIICD JCPAInaa III1ILf WAtHIHOTON IL 1 l lord Republican mi FrlJuyl tf Mi Hartford Pub Colmorponlii FON and LON ROOERS Editors = 1PbonD 1nOG o 03 ned it Hartford postolfici as secondclass mall matin No ff RJDAY PRBIUIRV IlchinOom Paul is dniug for Jhu ems a plenty Thlbfn BRYANS swallowing Goebelism jj pe Kentucky last fal will cost him nut Kentuckytheis COXORES3HAN ROBEKTa li political Ay dead but frorrna matrimnnia standpoint he is very much alive Goy TAYLOR is still doing business at the old stand end willremain until liberty is murdered by the Guebelized legislature WONDER what the sturdy farmer will have to say about the rump leg islatures bill appropriating 8100000 to prosecute the aspatsin of Seuator Goebel About the next pats at the Treasury will be a bill appropiiating 8200000 to erect a monument to the memory of Mr Goebel BILLY BRYAN will bo confronted iu the next Presidential crusade bthe endorsement of the Goebel election law and the part he played in stealing from the people their rights as citizens f Mr Bryan has nevei proved Limsell verj brilliant in any way save ic the consumption of diluted air Tot contest has cost the taxpayers of Kentucky about 875000 What do the farmers think of that 7 Before j making up their minds they should ask themselves the cause of this immense expense and every one whether de sirous or otherwiee is forced to the conclusion that it is the effects of Goe belism and then those good old Chris thane will interrogate who brought about the contest The only answer is A pack of hungry ofhlce seeking curs MR UREY WoonsoNthe flyup the creek editor of the Owensboro Metsen ger accounts for the attemptedassas sination of civil liberty in Kentucky by the Goebel gang in the following mannerThe white property owning respectable people of Kentucky are going to control the govern ment of this Commonwealth now and hereafter and they are going to legislate some respect for law w and public decency into the beads of 2500 arrogant moneybags and their satellites and hangers on who have chosen to affiliate polit really with 75000 ignorant ne groes and as many mure vicious and red handed mountaineers The struggle for supremacy is proveinthlsStates that only the people who are capable of good government will be permitted to govern Thus it appears that the XV amend ment to the Federal Constitution is to be abrogated by Democratic usurpa tion The mountaineers and negroes are in many respects as good yes better than the gentleman who seeks to disfranchise them The soul of the mountaineer is refresbeued daily by the zephyrs fresh from heaven while we doubt very seriously whether Mr Woodsona soul is ever permitted Ibis grand blessing We dare say that the negro though he be as black as black can be is the happy possessor of a soul that will enjoy as many rubies in heaven as the soul of a rankling politician and this negro today heirs as much life and liberty under the con stitution as does Mr oodson and is therefore entitled to as roach protection THE decision of Judge Taft in refus ing to grant the injunction asked by the attorneys for the present adminis tration does not change the status of affairs in the least Gov Taylor has been elected by the people nf the State under most adverse circumstances Certificate signed by a Democratic board and the oath of office adminis tered by a Democratic Judge of the Court of Appeals Under ordinary circumstances this would insure a mans election but under the reign of the Goebertaw and Guebelkm men are not sure of anything even lilt beI in their possession Verily this sys tem of laws protect and encourages thievery and force However the curse of the conspiracy is upon theJ leaders of the Democratic party I all over the country have turned to the daring deeds of infamy in the recent I election and the present contest in Kentucky in profound nmuenient t The contest will be vigorously prose 1 cuted through all the courts in the State and then the already burdened Democracy will have to shoulder tho I c blame for the reign of terror in Ken lucky The expense of the contest will be heaped upon the already pros Irate Democracy the assassination of c civil liberty will fall heavily upon thei defamers of the Bill of Rights and the Magna Charta Mr Bryan too will have to explain his actions in tucky during the campaign EveryI lover of liberty both Democratic and 0 Republican will remember the part he played in the struggle for freerlomt Vrlly the putrefying irredeemable t Dontforget to save your Leundryc rorrim n Williams Telephone No 32 and q6t mm TWO FUNERAL ORATIONS i BY SENATOR BLACKBURN Editorial in New York Sun rd By the ironyof fate and the exigencies of personal ambition it htHMiiiu tlit dittyof tho Hon Joseph C S Blackburn to pro nounce the funeral oration at the coffin of WILLIAM GOE BEL And of GOEBEL Senator BLACKBURN said Build here over his grave a mighty towering granite shaft that shall defy the corroding touch of time Inscribe upon it an epitaph that should be worthy of the man Ho earned this at our bands In life and death he was consecrated to tho peoples cause lIe lived an honest life and gave his life for your deliverance Of him no eulogy but truth maysay i Enrtli never pillowed upon her bosom a truer son nor Heaven opened wide her portals to receive a inanlmr spirit At Covington on Sunday April 14 811a little less than five years ago the eulogist of GOEBEL pronounced another funeral oration That time he stood by the coffin of Gol JOHN SAKDFORI who liko GOEUEL had been shot down in the highway And of SANDFOIil Senator BLACKBURN said John Sandford was to mo liko a brother I loved him I missiontn j r public execration The slayer of SANDFORD was WILLIAM GOEBEL f Democratic Lawlessness Rampant It is claimed by the Goehel wing of the Democratic patty that every ste of that party in tbe present crisis is in srict compliance with the letter of tb law It is hardly nec sary that we pause here to assert that this claim i wholly false for intelligent Kentuckians know it to be untrue When met of the present Democratic faith assert this to be the course of their partythej are not considered serious because sensible men everywhere know such assumptions to be preposterous They know from the history which the Dem ocratic party has the past two years that that party ha merely been under the thadoto of the law part of tbe tom and in many instances it has been in violation of the law At presen polltlca1disturbancelence these standard bearers of the Republican party are further charged the assassination of a State Senator in open day and on the very threshold of the State building It is safe to say however that no man of reasonable lawmakinmen ot ordinary intelligence where the blame and responsibility for eat state of affairs should be placed The first act of outlawry was the enact election law by the Democratic in 1808 Upon those members supporting this revolutionary measure rests the whole blame of the chaos in law to deprive Kentucky of a republican form of government is lawlessness rampant It was conceived in iniquity and brought forth in corruption and fraud Following this first act of Goebelism came the second the Louisville primary of June 12 Per instructions of the Mayor of that city the police and fire department took charge of tbe primary and looted and plundered every precinct and ballot box in the city anl at noon the Democratic county committee declared the election off This is what our contemporaries term following the strict letter of tbe law and we must admit this is Goebeliem The third scene the Music Hall convention was the beginning of tbe pres eUt political revolution according to the report of a refugee from that den of thieves cutthroats and assassins a member of tbe Ohio county delega brothers in tbat brawl when no less HUNDRED AND FIFTY PISTOL i were being flourished in that poisoned and noxious atmosphere This is not a Republican lie but truth undefined For this information we are indebted to un honest and an honorable Democrat iNor was this all though it is enough to vindicatethe assertion that the Democrats adhere strictly to the letter of the law Mr Goebel with less than one eixth of the delegated vote tiitbe convention through treacherous promises to Capt Stone organized time invention and threw out 331 legally coustituted delegates and supplied their places with depraved characters who bad never seen the inside of a convention hall andalter eight days and seven nights succeeded in freezing the convention out and this too we agree is strict compliance with the law from a Gobocratic point of view Thus started we will have little trouble in tracing similar events which are strict compliance with law Democratically speaking Tbe McHeury speech was especially remarkable in as much as The otner fellows may do the voting but we Democrats will do the counting That Phojnis Hill ad in this that I have tbe election right where 1 had the convention These assertions it must be remembered came from a true propagandist of law and order Demcratically speaking Indeed these as sertions were foreboders of the present state of affairs The next step in the series of steps of lawlessness was the removal of 87 election officers in the city of Louisville on the evening before the election by Hoertz and Ciruth which was for no other purpose says the Elizabethtown bare than to commit fraud This act was without cause and against the protest of tbe Republican mem ber of tbe board After the election these gentlemen famed for their obedi ence and law instead cf abiding by tbe will of the majority rebelled andinstituted a contest suitsaying by teir actions that tbe 8000 election officers who received and counted the ballots which were certified to by three commissioners in lll counties making about 8300 sworn men had stolen the election and they were therefore unwilling to abide by their ver dictaIn the selection of the contest committee gross frauds were committed and as a result the Republicans received one member of the Governors con test committee and only two on the Lieutenant Governors committee Dem ocratically speaking this was strict compliance with the letter of the law The proceedings ot the entire contest were unfair and onesided So flagrant Republicans the election officers in that city and c nmty This too we presume is strict ly following the letter of the law Democratically speaking But the climax has not yet been reached When Gebel was shot this contest board of thesrheir to the executive mansion Not once did they give reasons for saying that ho was legally elected The report of this committee was adopted not according to any form of law but Ibougbtbymittees report stick they would have to adopt time report til least once more whichwas promptly done as a clincher This was done not by a legisla tive body ut a convention of true men who follow the strict letter of the law e course of the Democratic party since the enactment of the Goebel law has been odious to society and revolutionary in character and yet it has been in the tndow of the law all The the Goebel lawsuit its manipulators including Judge Pryor was Loderive the honest voter of his rights as a citizen of Kentucky and of time United States It sought to destroy Republican form of government In Kentucky aOlIupon itsruina tl atabish an oligarchy with at head We fail in the if reason to grasp the Democratic idea of the strict letter of the law when intrepidleaderfollows My Dear MrThompsonI will pe lace the contents of this letter by say log tha you havent a betterJrisnd in Franklin ctunty than I nm and It uy friendship for you that I write this etter You were indicated by the County Committee as one ol the Elec Ion Commissioners for this county la btttei man could have been np printed but it is an unenviable piii fir n and one ytt should not accept Our county is all rteht safely Demo ratio but city elections cannot be won villa a lair count and you know that es well as I do Incompetent unrell able Republican judges will hiveto b ppointed The right of the Republi ans to indicate who shall represent hem as judges etc will have to he gnoredind the Blection Commission era will have to do this or receive the ill will of the city Democrats I would not do it lor could not conscientious ly do so and I know that you would not therefore my advice to you is to JudgePryorwonld refuse to act he would appoint anyone that we might indicate which would be Ben Marshall You know Ben is so partisan that anything is right that helps the Democrats yourbestaccept write me immedialelyand I will have the change made I will also see that your interests are represented in the appointment ol officers on your side ot the river Let me hear Irom you at onceSincerely your friend SOUTH Timinu We would be very grateful if some Democrat of the Goebel faith wouldex lain this epistle and along with it define the meaning ot lIowiniftbe strict etter of the law Does the above indicate justice Would it bebut fair to ccent this as a true spirit which pervaded the bosom of these law abiding thidocumentn ire assembling This beyond doubt is exalting of honor and more than that the resentDernoeratiuart as endorsed every syllable of it Ton RfrGntlCAM called attention to the acts of these political daredevils and buccaneers and it will- ontlnlle to d no as the public may demand If this be unpleasant forth se us it will only take less to do them Thee are facts which ie Public demands Lv k WOMANS MEDICAL ADVISER Medical advice can onlybe by a medical man or woman one educated and trained in the profession of medicine IT IS USELESS TO WRITE TO A WOMAN- or man for medical advice unless such practltloners made those who cannot give what they otter because they lack the med qualltications your property to the pre of irresponsible you trust your health- uiry 1 will show that no offer made by any advertising physician can compare with that of Dr R V Pierce con suiting physician to the Invalids Hotel and Surgical Buffalo N Y byletterswered in strictest confidence Ifou lire suffering from disease of the womanly organs write top DR R V PIERCE BUFFALO N Y e S As to Kentucky The changed conditions of the po litical situation in Kentucky brought about by a decisslon of the Repub e licans to no longer combat the Legis t lature that has undertaken to carry things with a high hand may result in peace and it may not Because of Isd rlature back to Frankfort the Republicans who have been meeting at London Ky have signified their intention of returning to the capitol today The Democrats however fear a trick in the call and on Satin day resolved to stay in Louisville and holdany meetings they may deem necessary at that point No doubt the Democrats fear that if they go back to Frankfort to attend any meet- Ing called by Governor Taylor they will legally recognize that official as the Governor of the State This they do rot want to do and their actions are being carried out to the behests of Btckbatu who imagines he is Goveri nor and Jo Blackburn who has con stituted himself the whole thing on the Democratic side ot the contcn tionNo doubt there tvlll be an end to this traverslty on political ethics and morals and overthrowing the law some of these days and the mean time the people will continue to be regaledwith what Tom Dick and Harry thinks of the situation as it happened at the time of interview But with all that the people of this country will never consent to believe anything but that the Democrats are playing a stand and deliver political game that has never been equaled in this country for its boldness and effrontery But there is another view ofthe con ditions that seems to be lost sight of and that IAthls Will the United States Senate give old Jo Blackburn his seat upon the credentials of a revolutionary Legislature It will be remembered that the members of the Legislature who are sitting in judge ment upon the case of Mr Taylor was elected at the same election as was Mr Taylor They are proceed ing upon the theory that the ballots cast for Mr Taylor are all wrong in the same precincts that would be counted for them This is Goebel law and Gobel justice but it will not be tolerated in the United States Senate for a moment It is getting to be that a man who is elected to the United States Senate has to present a clean bill before hs can enter that body as a member So the Democrats find themselves between the devil and the deep blue sea But it is safe to say that they will take their chances on Blackburn and grab what they find in sight now Old Joe will be left alone to paddle his own canoe while the other fellow feathers his nest This is Goebelism with a vengeance Evansville Journal STATK oi OHIO CITY OP TOLEDO I LUCAS COUNTY j IS Prank J Cheney makes oath that he is the senior partner of time firm of F J Cheney Co doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that saM firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and every ease of Ca tarrh that cannot be cued by the use of Halls CatarrhCureFRANK I CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6h day of December A D 1896 A W ULTUSON suALNotary Public nails Catarrh Cure is taken Internally and nets directly on the blood systemSendF J CIIKNUY Co Toledo O 750Halls the best Evils of Machine Politics TIt iff as easy to condone the murder of Goebel as it is to condone the crimes against right justice and the sanctity of public institutions of which Goebel himself was gulliy the lawlessness which has toned in Kentucky singe November last ex emplifies iu atiklng manner the evils L t r =s roe of unscrupulous machine politics Gotteta Inrrilitiate ambition led him him to employ re I orate rmthcds and advochte lawlessness in order to set at variance the sovereign will of the peo pie properly expressed It was just as he was to reap the reward of this open prostitution of the ballot this nefarious assault upon public insti tutions that Goebel was truck down His assassination was thirou hly iu keeping with the utter disregard for law which he encouraged and ad vocated No excuse can be offered for his murder but the crime will not be without its recompense if it teaches Kentucky the lesson nearly all States have learnedthat the honest judgment must prevail if Republican luau tutions are to be maintained One of the fundamental rules ot law is that the rights of the individual must be snbservent to the rights ol the masses It was on the contrary principle that Goebel undertook to make himself Governor It is that same contrary principle which domi nates machire politics and the death of Goebel is a striking illustration ol the fact that a wrong principle can never finally triumph in this country Baltimore World Coobol No Martyr The fact that he was killed makes no difference in the character of the man It is well to speak favorably of the dead where the circumstances justify such speaking but there IsI nothing in the history of the dead Kentuckian that makes him a martyr dying in a just cause At the time that he met his death he was carrying out the details of a plan to subvert the will of the people of Kentucky He had been working to this end in the Legislature The Goebel law was a monument of infamy In every de tail of his career be was an unfair and politically dishonest man Party zeal may lead men to a frame of mind that is suicidal when they believe that the end juitifies the means by which party advantage can be gained This might have been forgiven in Goebel But he went further than this Pout ical dishonesty was exercised not on ly toward his political enemies but his friends as well His nomination by the Democratic convention of Ken tucky was dishonestly obtained by un seating delegates who bad been fairly chosen and putting In their places andIthe fact that they were for Goebel for theIas before the representatives ot his own party it is a little too much to expect ol this man by the very act of dying wiped out a record that was simp ly infamous His taking oft under the circumstances is deeply to be re gretted because if for no other reason there will be so many who overlook what Goebelistn really stands for But it is the best for the reputation ol Goebel that he died when he did and how he didPeorla Journal Tho Dark And Bloody Ground For a Legislature which is held not to be a Legislature to declare a rever sal of the votes of the people and a reversal of the declaration of the State Returning Board of its own patty is to do violence to facts under the form of law and to outrage truth under the same forms Submission to such a procedure for the sake of peace or a resistance against it to the last extremity rests with the Republican party in the State of Kentucky and no one can tell which II HiMJS I Oo If It vas only health we clingBut One cold no sooner passes off before another comes But Its the same old cough all the time And Its the same old story too There Is first the cold then the cough then pneu monla or consumption with the long sickness and tremb ling In the bal- anceAllers Cherry pectoral loosens the grasp of yourcougb The congestion of and Is removed all in- fammation Is subdued the pans are put perfectly at rest and the cough It has no diseased tissues on which to hang Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plaster draws out Inflammation of the lungs Atlvloo FretiRemember we have a red Ita l nrtmenu rT i nyeomil t Beer unit drabs the but rl41 theSatorprompt r XfdIII6UI61 0mPafsse Poverty of Nerves Restless Irritable Nervous Involuntary witching of the Muscles Sleepless Nights Easily Worried Depressed in Mind Full of Aches and Pains Cured by Dr Miles Nervine Nora that jump at every sudden noise nerves that keep you awake a night nerves that make your back- Ache your heart palpitate and you r temples throb nerves that are tired weak Irritable and restless these are the povertystricken exhausted starving sort of aeries that make all the trouble Poverty of nerves destroys your ap petite deranges your dlftitlon die turbs your heart and weakens you r body Poverty of nerves dcpresjui your spirits makes you iretfutcar worn worried Melancholy and de pondent To brighten your spirits rest your mind and revive your flag ging energies rims hungry nerves must be fed built up and strength erred and there Is nothing in the choice that party will make If the wrong is submitted to rights will perish because of a want ol courage to preserve them If the wrong is resisted civil war or anarchy may tollow In either case a deplorable situation would be presented and it Is natural for men to look around to see if means can be found to avert It Under usual circumstances submits slon to bad laws and legal wrongs is better thin resistance Resistance produces disorder and disorder secures the destruction of conditions by which society can cohere business be done and life and property be made reasonably safe Under usual circumstances order is preferable to liberty or to right for order is the only condition by which wrongs against liberty can be redressed and violations of right j repaired But the circumstances Kentucky are not usual The State Is diferent in its temper from many other American Common j wealths Part of the clvilizitlon of Kentucky leposes in the fact that the rights for which men will fight and die are the only ones that can be pre servedNo outrage has been omitted by the Goebel fiction ol which it could think It has unseated eeeted legis lators in large numbers until the two Houses now comprise many men rObules1oC world that will do that so quickly- t and so surely as Dr Miles Nervine It Is a brain and nerve food and ton to ot the hlgnwt order Before I beard of Dr Miles XenrUe I was illall the time teem neuralgia and nervouiGcis I could not sleep at night and mjr bones ached so I could hardly caduie the pain I was very thin and weak and whenever I would Ujr U wok I would hue to lit down and cry I was aVout ready to- Ile np and die when a piper was put under my door describing Dr Miles Nmlne and what U was god for I took two UtUct ot DrsI rest well at night and do not jet aenrous u I used to I am very grateful for the benefit I have received and would advise others to glee Dr Miles Remedies a trial Mu WILL SHOD SUppcnitot To cause in Kentucky A conspiracy lacking the robust decency of revolution and the courage of lawless violence has been under way for weeks and weeks It was near the point of apparent final success when Goebel was shot down by some ex ponent of the passion which he had challenged by tome immatator of his own methods and those of his friends in the past against their political ad versaries It is impossible to be ear pulsed by the att1aCt on him It isaf fectatlon to wonder at it It is hypoc risy not to Fee dramatic retribution in it It would be unmanly and un American to approve it but Indlgna lion cannot run us to excess as easily as surprise at it can run into humbug a e e Unquestionably the Northern people both Democrats and Republicans resultIwouldrecognize and protect Gov Taylor in his office and that enforced obedience to his administration upon sllthe people in the State of Ken tucky lie was elected There Is not even a pretense or doubt any where of his election Recognition and obedience to elected authority may be regarded ns natural The enc cess of officestealing and election fraudln on a State scale would he a noII I was troubled with severe nervousness and titer retiring at night would te very reitlcss and unable to sleep I would hero nervous twitching all over my body which were very dlitreulng and I became weak and run down from lack of sleep and test I commenced using Dr Miles Nervine audit gave me immediate relief After using It a few days I could go to bed and sleep sound ly all night and awake la the morning feel log tehethe4and retted After taking M era bottles my health was entirely restore but always keep a bottle In the house and take a doss when I am very tired I always recommend Dr Miles Nrrvln to anyone complaining of loss of sleep or restlessness and have heard many pulse the remedy for the good It does C JI NKWUI HarrisonvIUe Mo Dr Miles Nervine Is sold at all druggists on a positive guarantee Write for free advice and booklet to DL Muu MEDICAL eo tlkhart toe which under the operation of the fed eral constitution brings the case up on its merits to tbe attention of the federal executive and of the federalajudiciary then a remedy should be foundor made The opportunity to do so in the matter of Kentucky should be presrnted and should Le- acted upon Brooklyn N Y RijrV Notice At i orl ck Saturday March jd 1900 we the undersigned trustees of rciool district No 6 Render Ky will award to the lowest and best blddtr contract for building school house In said district Thedlstrict unanimous ly voted a tax for building the house Anyone will be perfectly safe in ac speclficatlons D W GWVVN U M UVBRLV V Trustees Kn JONES CERALVO KY Mr A T Williams has sold his farm to Mr McDowel and has moved to Rockport Miss Mable Maddox Rockport vis iiRevprotracted meeting at Cromwell Mr V B Morton Is In Evansville The river is up and rising rapidly Mr Thompson Bishop of near here Is suite sIck sicklistDr G L Rverly is building an ad dltlon to his residence Louts I GeatJa s kf7 Gadt71 kfiea+ i l1 Ja fuar ng the Year 1 900 0 We promise to leave no stone unturned to 1serve you more faithfully than ever before S Our stock at all times will be selected from g the most reliable manufacturers in this g country and backed by every guarantee o i honest goods can command Our motto J shall bee II A i A Xittle friees Afjp Big Bargains And we hope and believe that the people of J V Ohio and adjoining counties will very soon learn to know that they can get MORE GOODS and BETTER GOODS for their r monoY at our store than anywhere else for our prices will be found strictly in with the system off mdll frofits titfp real ValuesI ep r l l l l l r 1 r r erte rli Il Irv I r 1 1 l r 1 Advance shipmcnts have already been made and till departments are being replenished with new and seasonable goods All lines11T A t l rapidlymake room for our Spring Stock which will be the largest ever brought to Hartford 1Kt 1 We have some Extr ordinary Offerings inrhMibhhhIhhhr For this week Dont fail to call and look through We have just received another lot of pictures prettier than any wo have rt had heretofore We are still giving one of5 these beautiful s with spent at our storerii be your store we are yours tru- lyaepllifl6Hrfford j Q iir b l1Y I 1- a n d 1i zIIILI jTOt i OB5 iMv Tt 2 I WINTBR HI LING ccordingiAre still with us 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 CHEAP heavy winter buyiGood stock yet of Ladies Mens Underwear Ladies Capes and Jackets Mens Overcoats Duck Coats Jeans Pants Bed Comforts und Blankets Linseys Flannels etc Mens Rood lined 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watered dim Ky efiectually of Ragle any EyeSaJve It Ja put upJn tubes and sold on guarantee by all dealers m Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16 XOBZI-LoyAl TIME TAII1K HEAVER DAM NdltTII IIOI1KD NOUTII HO CM U3U4iVJnnl aail IL a ni 21JeI2a3O p iii 20I2I93 p n- iaaiuiai20111331 m p m C C VonUeter A nt J C RIley has hay to sell Floating Studio Is now at Hartford you want bargains in Shoes see Ill lit Co Mr J C Bennett Beds called to see ruesday UonC M Barnett Louisville was in town first of the week Born to the wife olD E Thomas the nth inst a fine boy Mr Sam Cope Comwell was among our callers Wednesday I COAL Plenty of good coal nt the Dr Miller bank for ac and 3c Lion I It Rowe Owensboro is in town with friends and relatives I For fine Photo Buttons call at the Floating Studio Telephone No 13 Mrs B D Ringo and son Master Pryor nre on the sick list this week We give Rocking Chairs with cash purchases only CARSON Co I Mr Ben D Rtngo returned from R ckpoit and Nortonvlllc Monday iMrs Eliza Gray Beaver Dam is the RingoII I lor and Sm Dunn were iu town Monday Mr Robert Webb of Hcfllri neighborhood lost a good work horse this I veek Mr J B btogner Centertown called at TUB REPUBLICAN office while In town Wednesday Little Jobs Tinsley son of Mrs Joshua Tlnsley near Beda is very low of pneumonia Mr E P Bunestbe hustling bus I ness ninnager of the firm of Hocker callerlotTIIIC A I IIIt is unlit Wind That Blows Nobody Good That small ache or pain or weakness Is the II III wind that directs your attention to the necessity of purifying your blood by taking Hoods Sarsaparilla Then your whole body receives good goestinglingIs the great remedy for ages and both sexes Dyspepsia ComptJ ted with liver and kidney trouble I suffered for yetrs from dyjpepsU with severe pains Hoofs StrsaptrSU nudie me strong and httrty J B Emerlon Auburn Me llod3 SaMa aW43H- oodi IIUI aU er 11111 the bOftUn slid 01117 riiWlflTto ts1i1Jood srspsiiiIs A good work mule belonging to Mr Vigor Tinsley near Beda died of colic last week Bean Bros Co dealers in Grocer les Fresh Meats Feed etc Dr Deans Old Stand Mr J H Medcalf of near MAgan lied the 12th inrt He was 87 3 ears oldand had no family There is a fine log rise In Rough River awl a great many rafts have passed the last few days Rev R D Bennett will fill the pul pit of the Cumberland Presbyterian church at Beda next Sunday Why not come to Carson Co with your cash and get a nice Rocker or a good oak dining Chair free The latest novelty is the Magnify lug Photograph Frame now at Schioc ters Floating Studio Call and see it Our Overcoats and ladles Wraps are going very cheap come quick and get a bargain CARSON Co Messrs J M Roger Beaver Dam and D W Kimmel Ceralvo made TUB REPUBLICAN pleasant call Monday Oscar Baize Magan was adjudged a lunatic in Judge Millers court last Friday and is now in the asylum at Hopkinsville Pictures will do to look at but wont do to rest on Get one of Carson Cos free Rocking Chairs and you can both look and rest Lots of folks are coming our way to get a Rocking Chair free Get in line and take one of our chairs home with you CARSON Co In order that vtc may return to hartford earlier this coming fall the Floating Studio will leave Hartford for Rochester on or about March rat Miss Lucy King accidently fell Tuesday while engaged in house work and dislocated her shoulder The family physician was immeadiate ly summoned and the dislocated member was promptly adjusted She is now resting very comfortably and will soon be out again The school at Alexander a few miles north of town taught by Miss Mattie Robertson will close next Monday The Wednesday night following the school assisted by the Allaronnd Debating Society will give an exhibition Miss Robertson has made many friends in that com munity who will regret her departure Miss Maude Anderson and Mr Ernest Arnold both of Owensboro were quietly married Wednesday at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs S W Anderson Mr Anderson was fora long while pro prietor of the firm of Andersons Bazaar in Hartford and Miss Ander son was one of our brightest school girls Notlco The Populist of Ohio county will meet in mass convention at th s Court House Hartford Ky Saturday Feb mary 17 1900 to select delegates to the State convention which meets in Leltchfield February 22d and 23d 1900 J J BRACKEN Chmn- J P MILLER Secy- CFNTEHTOW N Mr Alvin Rowe has returned from a business trip to Evansville Ecq W A Rone held court here MondayMr Foster has accepted position as traveling salesman for the jewelry firm of W F Main Co of Iowa City Iowa Misses Estella Stroud and Zjlla Htfllu are visiting friends and rela tives near Greenville Mr George Carson has moved into town Rowe Morton have completed their store and will probably have their stock of goqdj in the home by the last of next week Revs Miller and Berry are holding a very successful protracted meeting at Green River Union Church Messrs T JI Benton and Ed Brown went to Hartford Tuesday Mr Frank Rowe is building a house on Church Street Miss Carrie Rowe is attending school at Greenville MissGussle Woodward hw returned from a visit to Beaver Dam UNcLE PBTB Ladies For relit of women Cheater a Tans Tabletsworth their weight In gold A safe and certain monthly regulator Mailed on receipt of price fz MURDOCH CURB Co AtlantaGa 0 4 REMARKABLE ESCAPE Was Mr W N Martins From Tho Angol of Doath Mr W N Martin of Cromwell who for several years has been a suf ferer from a partial stroke of paral yamwas suddenly relieved from further suffering last Friday after noon The right side of Mr Martin has been paralzed for about seven years So much so that he had little use ct his right arm and his tight Icy When walking his leg would frequent ly became inactive and he would fall to the ground The right side of his face waa also partially paralyzed and his vocal organs were also greatly impaired Like all other paralytic sub jects he was much worse at times A short lime since he was taken worse and the family had been called to his bedside He gradually grew worse when on the ninth instant he fell in to a trance Then all the despairing hopes of the grief stricken family faded away Suddenly he passed from the trance into active manhood Throwing the cover oil he declared he was free from pain and demonstrated this fact by using his right limbs without assistance which bad been inactive for more than seven years lie desired to get upand walk around but the oveijoyed family insisted that he remain quiet until motning when he arose and dressed himself without assistance for the first time since he received the paralytic stroke Since his miraculous recovery he converses with friends as he did in youthful manhood Mr Martin is in the seventyfourth year of his agcand his delivery from that fatal disease is little short of a miracle r Program For Ohio County Teachers Association to be held at McIIenry Ky February 17 1900 1000 1030 Opening exercises 1030 1100 Primary Grammar R T Wedding and E Woodward 11001130 Advanced Grammar a Oral Work E W Patterson b Written Work Miss Ella Herring 1130 100 Noon 100 130 General discussion of Grammar 130 200 The Precocious Child E R Ray 200 215 Spelling Warren Pay ton ars 230 Penmanship B A Car ter2oo3ooDistrict Libraries Im portance How Secured c S C Stevens and La B Loney 300 330 How may the School be Kept Alive Introduced by O M Shultz 330400 General business and adjournment FON ROGER O M SHDLTZ Com T1 MORTON J COLLEGE NOTES Judge Miller conducted devotional exercises Friday morning in a very impressive manner Rev T C Ralph Pleasant Ridge Ky visited our school Monday Miss Lillie Burton was a visitor In Prof Mortons Literature class Tues dayMisses Belle Warner and Juliette Thomas were pleasant callers Wedncs dayMiss Etta Thomas was a welcome visitor at Ex1 Thursday morning- Mr Stephen Bray who has been slckjhe past few days is able to be In school again Mr Will Griffin who has also been very sick la much improved and will be In school jn a few days The young ladle have reorganized the Hypatian Literary Society with an excellent membership We predict for them a glorious success but gearlstIer had better look out as storms are prevalent In this section of the community STUDENT p Ordinances of Tho Town of Hartford At a meeting of the Board of Trustees of the town of Hartford Ohio county Kentucky elected at the last General Municipal election said meeting being at the office of Dr E W Ford on January the first 1900 being the first Monday inlaid month present Dr E W FOleJ M Mattlngly A D White Shelby Taylor and R T Col lins ach of all the Trustees aforesai having qualified by taking the oath required by law before an officer aut thoriztd to administer an oath pro ceeded to the election of officers which resulted in the election of Dr B W Ford Chairman and J M Mattingly Clerk A and immediately thereafter the board by a unanimous vote adopted and ordained the followingARTICLE I Time and place of meeting of the Board of Trustees The Board of Trustees of the town of Hertford do ordain as follow Section i The regular and other meetings of this Board shall be on the First Wednesday in each month at 730 oclock p nu Section 2 The place oi said meet ings of said Board of Truestees shall be at the office of Dr E WFordon Fox AJleywlthin thejcorporate limits of said town- Approved January ist 1900- E W FORD Chmn Attest J M MATTINGIY Clerk 4 Hylets Dyspepsia Tablets pleasant easy to and give purtaanent re liet 30 days treatment SI Mailed on receiptof price tf MUUDOCK CURE Co Atlanta Ga 111111 t Tho Kontucky Campaign hiving secuted his law Mr Goe Vtl proceed to get the Democratic Gu bernntorial nomination He got it as many Kentuckians of hili own par ty contend by shameless fraud in the conventionby the illegal unseating of delegates who were opposed to him by bargain and sale and with the aid of a bulldczing Chairman He ext rt eda nomination from convention a majority of whose lawfully elected members were opposed to him It was because they were convinced he had used these methods that so many leading reputable Democrats refused to support Mr Goebel Having obtained the nomination Mr Goebel went before the people He failed to be elected although he had the benefit of every advantage his law could Rive him Then he confi dently Hppealtd to the Board ot nlecI tion Commissioners to throw out Republican votes and give him the cer tificate of diction One Democrat on the board was willing to do thatI The other two members of the boird being honorable men refused to bel Mr Goebcls tcols Then he appealed to a Democratic Legislature under his law to seat him It was more pliant than the election board and after un seating some Republican Representa lives to increase the Democratic nu jority it was abput to declare Mr Goet bel elected when he was assassinated When hid are enacted to promote such evil pnrposes as the rule of theh majority by the minority and when such laws ore upheld by partisan Leg- Islature and courts who can have t much respect for law It ceases to have and it has ceased to deserve the respect of a large part ol the commun- Ity Thatis whet has happened in Kentucky There is not that regard Iin the State for the law and tht courts that there is in other communities where courts ire not partisan and laws are not inequitable Twist once the it law to thy authority was the ruling principle of Goebels political career fideathMr Gotbtl was working frhimself when be secured the enactment of an election law to utilized for partisan usesbythe minority at the expensea of the majority He is dead evil he did lives alter him His supt porters are continuing his teaching the people contempt for law A partisan Judge has enjoined novo Taylor on the application of somel members of the Legislature ing what he claims he has a right to do under the constitution oi the Stateh The doctrine that the judicial cxbecutive departments are distinct independent has bean abandoned in Kentuckyalong with some other yen erable doctrines otlaw and equity for the purpose of establishing minorityj rule Where that sule can be no respect for spurious Uw so called and there should be none Chicago Tribune If tho Cap Fits Wear It If you are suffering from the conse quences of Impure bloodhave bolls pimples or scrofula sores II your food does not digest or you suffer from ca tarrh or rheumatism you are the one who should take Hoods Sarsaparilla It will fit your case eXactly make your blood pure and cure salt rheum scrolula rheumatism dyspeprla cat tarrh and give you perfect health Hoods Pills cure all liver ills Nonirritating A Pon Portrait of Honry Wat torsoniIt was asking to much to expect the lamentable Kentucky tragedy to pass from the passionate into the historic stage without several gas explosions from Henry Watterson He was first interviewed ont West and he did not hesitate to say that Gov Taylor WDSI responsible for the assassination Win Goebel Ifanybody could be in enced to action by anything that thisI upholstered blatherskite should say such an utterance would have brought on a riot in Kentucky It Is evident at a glance that the bullet which killed Goebel destroyed forever the political future of WS Taylor and the latter mutt be a fool of unusual magnitude ifire hAs lent himself either directly or indirectly totbe assassination Watttrsons utterance was not only an unwarranted accusation against Taylcf but it would have been calculated if Wattersons opinions could win the respect of anybody tough or tender to speed a retallatlve bullet against Taylors hie and install civil war in Kentucky It was a time when brave men spoke with moderation and endeavored to add no fuel to the flames Fortunately Kentucky is in no mood to listen to the mouthings of a discredited gambler and Watter sons noisy incendiarism passed ofT like a speech of Jack FalstaQ or An cient Pistol Nuw we have another proclamation from Watterson couched on different lines This time it is the Louisville Nashville rallioad that assassinated Goebel In this new statement given out by him to the Associated Frees he accusesthat corporation of having committed nearly every Inla my undtr the sun from the abduction of Charlie Ross to the removal othe State Capital from Frankfort to London lie speaks in the same breath of himself as the friend of that great corporation tand records the fact with smirk of honest pride that he wrote to August Belmont protesting against the interference of the Louisville Nashville In our party affairs atd I Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages and lessens ambition beauty vigor and cheerlalneison disappear when the kidneys are out of order or diseased Kidney trouble has prevalentIfor a child to be born afflicted with weak kid neys If the child urln sl n rt II tI aldS the flesh or If when the child reaches an age when It should be able toIcontrol the passage It Is yet afflicted bedwetting depend upon It the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of unpleasanttroublekidneys and bladder and not to a habit as supposeWomen men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTheSwampRoot tssoon realized It Is sold by druggists In fifty fCA cent one dollar sizes You may have a sample bottle by mall also pamphlet tell nome ot SWUIIJIIDotI ug all about It Including many thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer tt Coj Binghamton N Y be sure and mention this paper he was accorded the high honor ol having his communication submitted o the executive boardthink of ItIIand then thrown into the waste baskI et As is habitual with V ttersonI e was not sincere in this statement The Louisville Nashville railroad did take a hand in the Kentucky dec ion but it was because Mr Goebel had publicly announced that if he would drive that corporation out of the State That railroad could have been entirely disarmed if it had been assured that it would be treated no worse and no better than it deserved that while it would have been granted nothing to which it was not entitled would not be deprived of anything that was itp due But while Watterson is to glib at xing the responsibility of Goebels eath on others he cannot himself escape his share of responsibility for the animosity that has ben awakened in Kentucby against the man who was assassinated When Mr Goebel pressed his election law through the Legfola ure Watterson denounced him and his work in words of tire warmest hue Goebel was held np before the people of Kentucky as the assassin ol civil liberty and Watterson predicted that his law would lead to revolution all the power of his facile pen e endeavored to make William Goe ets name the synonym of popular detestation hnd there can be little doubt that he himself started the movement against Goebel which ac mulated in intensity until a political fanatic or possibly some friend of John Sandfords was nerved to fire the fatal bullet that has brought an archy into Kentucky There is no man in Kentucky who Is so little entitled to be heard in this emergency as Henry Watterson He has long since ceased to command the respect of reputable men in Kentucky Goebel was so handicapped by his support in the recent election that he had to repudiate him from the stump A man of fine powers oilginally he Is now a reminiscence and a wreck He wanders around the country a political maverick He Is a man without a country or a conscience He talks of political convictions and he never had one in his life lIe endeavored to betray the Democratic party In 1896 and to rule it in 1899 He has won he proud distinction of being repud by all wings of all parties In YOU tonIP- oiIqeThem Did you ever try to dodge the raindrops Did not succeed very well did you Its Just as useless to try to escape from the germs of consumption You cant do It They are about us on every hand and we are constantly taking them Into our lungsThen why dont we all have this disease Simply because these germs cannot gain a foot hold In a strong throat and lungs Its when these are weak that tho germs master The body must be well supplied withfat The danger comes when the blood Is poor and the body Is thin If your cough does not yield and your throat and lungs feel raw and sore you should not delay another day Take Scotts Emulsionof CodLiver 011 with Hypophos phltes at once It will heal the Inflamed membranes and greatly strengthen them as well The digestion becomes stronger the appetite better and the weight Increases The whole body be comes well fortified and the germs of consumption pnnot gain a foothold Its this nourishing sustain ing1 and strengthening power of SCOTTS EMULSION that has made It of such value in all wasting and exhausting diseases see tat tt00 all dnigfbtj soon BOWNE OeithtsNw York 4 5 o l j NJ tI f Kentucky and ol enjoying the cocfi deuce of rone If there ever was a time when the public wuld have ap i pieclati d an impediment in his speech I it in now Prom this time on Henry overtojtheblotted oat Memphis CommercialI Appeal Feb 6- Administrators I I s oII will on Tuesday February 27tbI 1900 at the late residence ol Medcdlf deceased in Ohio 1dmesI Kysell at public outcry to the and best bidder all tire personal property belonging to the estate ol Slid Medcalf consisting olthe follow- Ing property viz 4 heed of horses i lot ol sheep I milk cow and call i lot of hogs i wagon a lot of lumber- a lot of plows and farming utensils I set of blacksmith tools a lot of corn meat laric I will at the same time and place rent to the highest and best blbder for the year 1900 the farm owned and occupied by decedent at his death Terms of sale All sum five dollars and under cash in hand and all sums over five dollars- on twelve months time with ap proved security This February 16 1900 A C TAYLOR Administrator a Seeing is believing You can see what Hoods Sarsaparilla has done for others and must believe it will do the same for you e LAND SALE The following described land will be offered for nale at the Court House In Hartford on the first Monday in April 1900 at i oclock p m by the heirs of Mrs N J Barnard deceased Terms oi sale 6 la and 18 months with bond and approved security Interest from date of sale First five lots lie near Liberty Church two miles Hast of Beaver Dam Sixth lot one mile below Ross Rrpple on South side of Rough River Lot No i contains 65 acres more or less Lot No 2 contains 6acres more or less Lot NO3 contains 120 acres more or less Lot NO4 contains 149 acre more or less Lot No 5 contains II acres more or less Lot No 6 con tains 84 acres more or less Heirs Elmer Barnard E Preston Barnard L T Barnaid Thaddeus Barnard Robert G Barnard Garfield Barnard Cornelia Barnard John C BaiaardC R Barnard and Fannie B and A C Stevens aAgents on salary of 1500 per week and expenses the greatest agent sel ler ever produced every stock and poultry raiser buys it onvlgbt Hustlers wanted Refererce Address with stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind 29 tf ape Do You Know That you can get all kinds of Sew ing Machine supplies at the Singer officeThat the Singer Machine Oil will not gum up your machine That you can buy a good Sewing Machine at the Singer Office for SIO That one little dime n day will buy one of those lovely 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 turing Co wprth over a hundred million dollars If you are thinking of buying a Sewing Machine that the Singer ageut Gross Williams woald be de lighted to bring one for you to try Drop him a postal card ARR YOU- USLTBRRSTRD In the news of the day Ifso you want to know the latest happenings and feel that the news Is authentic The Louisville Dispatch Prints all the news without any partisan coloring and is today the leading paper of Kentucky Agents Wanted Everywhere- For both Daily and Weekly Sample copies free Address Louisville Dispatch LOUIS VI IIKKY 1000000 DEATHS FROM CHOLERA DUR INGTHE AST YEAR TlirUrrm ofiIIIlnl nurime are liirhlKK Evtrywhrrr TliolnnuilnoL l llnrkNHt l L iliU1Vi H lrrlllir l loyrlrHundreds of tl ousands of ollars has been lost in the poultry business onqrlfIgape and other Ulnl diseases 4 cheap reo have ben uiu y leinedies advance being but none seem to te So succersfptffa from the American uultry Mixtur When this will cure chickt s tu theJUS at once In cholera and louj arid 13 excclle ore to kill gapes Do jour tovvTs suffer lionTvIobinfii lent diatrLceidicpping the wings n stupor nr cxresive thirst These are a the lint sytut tcrus of cholera Chol era is a germ iease and being infectious spreads uiiy through the en tire flock Take time by the forelock dont stop to jruiment with unreli able or unttied remedies Ute this mixture at once and the sanitary meas ures they recommend in connection Dont give the fowls up terrible disease but this remedy curescI it every time It is also guaranteed for roup which can be told by hoarse breathing swelled eyes discharge at Flltydollars flJfowlsrest from catching it Try it It to cheap reliable and effective a scientific preparation goes more than three w times as far as any other remedy does more good than all of them combined It is used and endorsed by the most experienced and largest breeders of plain and fancy poultry in all parts of Ithe world The manufacturers gctuu antee every package or refund pur chase money If your druggist dont sell American Poultry Mixture hes behind the age In that case send t for sample box to American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind 2 Three kittens were burn high np In the air in an abandoned birds nest 112t the crotch of a tree In Flushing NY A gale moderating sunset will In crease before midnight but if it moderates after midnight the weather wIM Improve Hartford Telephone and Exchange Company Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks where you can boy your own phones and build your own lines in talking distance with the whole county and business points generally by only paying a rent to Hartford Telephone and Exchange Coor expenseifHartford Ky for particulars We connect with all Independent Companies BB COLLINS Griffin Block Corner Opposite the PostOf- ficeHARTFORDKY1 Dealer in all kinds of Staple and Fancy iI1I 11il The very freshest and best goods sold at the very lowest M PRICESI I invite my friends of the country to visit me when in Hartford Yours for trade B B Collins iiDid You Know That ifyou would send Launv JJtgyouSave your Laundry lor Lyman Williams Agent Laundry called for and delivered Leave your Laundry at the Singer Office Telephone Nos 46 or 32 CATARRH CAN BE CURED MURDOCKS CATARRH CURE IT GOES TO EVERY PART SURE SAFE AND PLEASANT For years has the medical fraternity sought a reliable and sure cure fur Ca tarrh In this endeavor many hundreds of nostrums have been oflercdto a suffering publicand the health of thousands have been completely ruined by taking then these various compounds causing tVe worst forms of Dyspepsia Sprays and ointments are also worthless as it i impossible to reach the af fected parts in this manner MURDOCKS CATARRH CURE is a new and Wentific preparation and is to be smoked in a pipe thereby the fumes and stroke going over the entire system affected by the disease It relieves instantly the worst forms of Asth ma Bronchitis Hay Fever Colds in the Head and all forms of Catarrh no matter what shape and cures whnn treatment is continued for reasonable time No matter how little you are affected dont delay treatment Catarrh comes often from simple colds Like all new and valuable preparations you will find others saying theirs are just as ROod Beware oi imitations ns they uewoithless JSTWE ONLY ASK A TRIAL TO CONVINCE Mailed to any address prepaid on receipt of price Put up in tin boxes roo per MURDOCK CURE CO box treatment for 30 days ISy ATLANTA JA Eielc1 cG SleDsCQC r Qn=TQrC TRANSFER LINECJ v7CCN LaTO1m Asrs CCAvcn c ILLPPIcPw irA FAST AND EASY RIDEIN TIlE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGt SOLICITED lb I s o I 1i ir F- i r i I w v I iiii i RUNNING SORE ON HIS ANKLE ii Years of Intense Obstlnlto sores nnd ulcers which r refuse to heal under ordinary treat tuttibim Cured mont soon become chronic and deep flI Promptly leated and uro a sure SIgn that tlie- T hentirocirculation ill in a depraved condition Thoy sovero drain upon the system and arc con Jlir PiLppbaway tim vitality n every case tim poison must iO and no amount of external treatment 0 cnn havo any effect Tlnrn il no uncrfnintv about the merits of S S S every claim mado for it is backed strongly convhcin t iUmor y of those who havo boon cured by it BUll know of its virtues by experience- Mr L J Clark of Orango Courthouse Va writes For six years I had an obstinate running ulcer on my ankle which at times caused me Intense suffering I was eo disabled for a long while that I was wholly unfit for business One of the best doctors treated me constantly but did me no good I then tried various blood remedies wlthoat the least benefit S 8 S was to highly recom mended that I concluded to try ft nnd the effect wonderful It seemed to get right nt tho seat of WASi disease nfld force tho out I was soon pletely cured Swifts Specific S S S FOR THE BLOOD drives out every trace of impurity in the blood and in this way cures permanently tim most obtinato sore or ulcer It is tho only remedy guaranteed purely vegetable and con tains not e particle of potash mercury or S S S cuTbs Contagious Blood Poi on Scrofula Cancer Catarrh Eczema Rheumatism Soros Ulcers Boils or any other blood trouble InsisV I 1111110V Company Atlanta Go I It will only cost you 50 cents extra to ride all da In a Cotton Belt Parlor Car 25 cents for a half Seated In a large revolving arm chair with plenty of space around you you can enjoy II much freedom and ease as you please rr you are a smoker you will enjoy the large smoking room with Its arm chairs and couch The ladles delight in the splendid ladles lounging room with its lounge and Inviting arm chairs and Its roomy dressing room adjoining can have meals in this car at any hour you want them order most anything want from a porterhouse j steak or a spring chicken down to a sandwich take as long as you please to cat it and you will only have to pay for what you order Tho Cotton Belt Is th dlrort line toTeui Iti trains run Ihronjh from Cairo lad Memphis to Texas without thine DlrMt eonneetlon are made at Its I Junctions for all parts of Texas drtOklahoma anil the Far Wet I VTdto and tell us where you you wilt leare ant we will I tell yon wat yonrtlrket will cost whi h train to take tomake the tent Urn and I connections and will send you an InUTCitlnx little booklet M 1 TRIP SQ Hill I Eo T UIUliECn1 risir nULL AiL V A lcOton ttlY PlIIr ALL L 8T LOUIS MO ID Miniii tiiuiii totisviiif n ILYONSI LAXATIVE SYRUPi NATURCS CURt TOR Ii CONSTIPATION I oflvegebblesfurious drugs Is pro forJthi i drlVeStoutu li you do not like It better than any yourzJrugglst i f An Ideal remedy ft as adults For sa by druggists at I las per bottle 1- 1rox =AC D A KyJK K KAN NnlPlmrNPrlnlllIiiUTL A UTJOliN AT THE RATE OF 4WJA For the OLDEST and IIEST AFTERNOON Newspaper lnthe South The Louisville Evening Post pleadollCompleleAll the Abstracts ol the Opinion theWashlngtonsnd EVERYTHING THAT A DAILY NEWSPAPER SHOULD CONTAIN EveningPost The Rales Are- 1lO4for Thru Mpntjis l80 forAli 9100 for On Year ala copies for 200 cents Feod posts card for a DIICOj 1 J tw I 41l1 Ndi j IDRt leKoThe Leading Spcclal3 of America 20 YEARS III 0110 250000 Cured WECURESTRICTURE ThounJ f ant mlJJloar M men aro troubled wiiuthis dlecareinny 71 unconrcloutly They my Into a rinatt Tl Ing tcntatlon rmall twirling strcitm phup cutting paiis ot tlmc llght di- ch3f10 difficulty In ejmC1 dnll weak vymptoznitnm IJontlctllOloroulfrlmnton you by itilnc itrctculne or tfurlrg you jminlllnotcorijrdunsllwillrc I tnrn t MiNT otoorbl hiS strlcturo tliauet lcrmanentllIilug no Uotentlou from builitis by our method ThoMiunlortn aritrrnitli enod The nerrcs are lurltoratocl and Iho bliss of manhood relu- nuWECURE GLEET 4 Thousands of young end ralJjlosicd men aro having ir iciual Ignr and TItalttrcontInually sapped by this Us uneonrelous rttbecauocttheo arrDiptoni Ueneral WciVncM liunittural lilicbnrces Fall lug Manhood NenrouineM 1oor rom HenconI Lackflart etc nnt brIlIcruItIi famIlydoctor I I theio rpccial dlteaics dont allow I Uuaoksto cii erlmcnt on Coniult Hpeclallitnho havo rnado n lifo stuilr of JHO III Women UuriWMUT1IUI TUKAfJirNr nlll rerl- tlrely euro you Ono tkourand ilallirs andICURES GUARANTEED- We trMt and ctiroi KMISRIONR OLKKTSTlllCTlfJli flISCIlAItOE ItOOKSrllFI110M1IIWAT1INT DR KENNEDYS KERGAN K 122 W FOURTH STREET i ClIICIIIHATI 0- f1 J2 Smith Premier Tabulating and Billing Machine An Over Ready Cllectlv Time and IIIor I SImpiillc Dill Making and writing figures of different dcnoailnaUona In columns It In no way Interferel with the typewrIter for usual line of work Lu OU isOisPVivC- a TAT oaT LOV- cn SmJlIi PrezIrTypcwri4sro i 215 tldtO sV1HeK- yk t rrwll p1 Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY 16 Iac B EtLOCAL l13It TAULEUEATER nAil WORTH BODNI Nnirrti HOUND S334iSa a m 2211IaI m 22212130 p in 301303 n m 90VSI33 p m 2310131 p oil C D v2tor t Englnoorlng In China How much room still remains in China for the exercise ol educational work was illustrated recently in an in lerestlng manner by Lord Charles Beresford in an address before the In stltntion of Mechanical Engineers Lord Beresiord almost fresh from a Chinese tour of Inspection which had for its immediate object the study ol possible British trade extension In the far east had enjoyed exceptional op pottunltles for collecting experiences and one of them follows In the arsenal at Shanghai he happened to notice a Krupp gun fitted with an Armstrong breech piece He was also told that this had been renderednecessary because the Chi nese had blown offthe original breech piece hnd on going to a fort upon the river In charge of a mandarin he found out how the accident happened They were using for the 7ton guns a power which was quite unsuitable and he said That powder will blow the breechpiece off Tbe mandarin nodded smiled and answered Yes it does The last time the gun was fired he said it killed 14 men so then they loaded another gun and fired It and that time 24 men were killed These guns must have cost in mounting and breeching at least f2So 000 In another place there was a battery of five 6oton muzzleloading guns He asked where the front oi the bat tery was The mandarin pointed In one direc tion but the guns pointed in another On this being mentioned to him the mandarin replied Yes I think there has been a mistake The guns were arranged in echelon so that the men working one gun would have infallibly been killed by the discharge oi the next He demonstrated this to the mandarin who re pliedaYes some men would no doubt be killed but the shot would reach the enemy Chronic Nasal Catarrh poisons ev cry breath that is drawn into tbe lungs There is procurable from any druggist the remedy for tbe cure of this trouble A small quantity of Elys Cream Balm placed Into tbe nos trils spreads over an inflamed and an gry surface relieving immediately the painful inflammation cleanses heals md cures A cold in the head van ishes immediately Sold by druggists or will be mailed for 50 cents by Ely Brothers 56 Warren Street New York Imposslblo Without Protoc tion No one who has studied our history Impartially can fall to perceive that the great strides we have made would have been impossible without the aid originally afforded by protection That has been supplemented by econ my of production and utilization of waste so that we are at an advantage wer others notwithstanding the Tar Da enacted in their favor American products are gaining headway every where and the only hope our foreign rivals have of successfully checking us lies in making better articles at lower costs And so far they have wade little progress in that direction TroyThne- sDoYou Nood An Electric Bolt For the past ten years Dr J Newton Hathaway who is recognlged as the greatest of all our specialists has been perfecting an electric belt suitable to use in his practice one which he could furnish as a part of his sys tern of treatment and which he conld conscientiously guarantee He nowI announces that he has perfected such a belt which he believes to be the only perfect belt made It is light basil some ol great power and with new attachments which make it suitable for every case He is prepared to furnish this belt to all patients who need It and who apply to him for treatment- at a merely nominal charge Write to Dr Hathaway today telling all about your case and he will write you about the belt and if you desire the Inspection309 Church St Nashville Tenn tf The New York World asserts that the tailors say every overcoat and every suit will be advanced 5 and shoes 50 to 66 per cent But what reeTraders really hunger ant thirst after is to have our breadwinners re turn to the piratical Wilson Tariff times semistarvation end the adM ancement of the blessed institutions of tramp and soup house But for tall campaign lying that 50 to 661fr centI advance on shoes most surely takes the cake Constipation Headache Biliousness HeartburnIIndigestion Dizziness Indicate that your liver It out of order The bout medicine to rouse the liver and cure all these Ills It found In IloodsPilsl I It 1 Tim Kind Yon have Always Bought and vrlitcli has been in uso for over 30 ycnrs has borno tho signature of has been made under Isis per ffand supervision since Its infancy no ono to deceive you lit this All Counterfeits Imitations and JustoRgood are but Experiments that triflo with and endanger tho health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castorla is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant It- contains neither Opium Horphino nor other Nnrcotlo substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Wornm anti allays Feverishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Tho Childrens Panacea Tho Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA AL- WAYScti Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years YNC CoaT v eOPOII + NUiiAV tiey Maw VOUC C- flra 41 exchanlitesaysjthat of rustle their backs full ol bustle their eyes full of dirt and their heads lull ot flirt- Hylers Dyspepsia Tablets pleasant easy to take and give parmanent re lid 30 days treatment fl Mailed on receipt of price tf MURDOCH GairMary You whats the trouble John Why you see its like this tour years ago I was troubled about getting a job now so many jobs are oQered that I dont know which one to take- S S CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Dears thoISIgnAture a A Philadelphia man owns a cat that he claims has killed 2500 mice dur- Ing its lifetime 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 ah attack of Colic Cholera Diarrhoea Rheumation or Neuralgia It in instant relief Sold everywhere m In a mine near Butte Mont live hundreds of cats that have never seen the light of day L Z Wayne Griffin Bro guarantee every bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and will refund the money to anyonewho is not satisfied alter using two thirds of the contents This is the the best remedy in the world for la grippe coughs colds croup and whooping cough and is pleasant and safe to take It prevents any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia novfeb II Twenty years ago a cat race was held at Lancaster Ky In which there were 405 entries- WalkersTonicis It thelink that picks up the vital force of man in his run down state and binds him to health and strength by recuperating the Brain regulating the action ot the Heart and nourishing the Nervous System m In Maine last year 6400 Angora cats were raised Some of the best of them were sold for fso each I think I would go crazy with pain were it not for Chamberlains Pain Balm writes Mr W H Stapleton Hermlnie Pa I have been afflicted with rheumatism lor several years and have tried remedies without number but Pain Balm is the beat medicine I have got hold of One application relieves the pain For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Margaret King a New York woman while intoxicated cut a kitten into pieces with a pair of shears If the reader of this should chance to know ol any one who is sublect to attacks ol 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 Fur sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m There is on old sayingoriginated perhaps for the benefit of school chil drenthat there is only one Saturday in the year without sun during some portion of the day During 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 1 was constantly coughing and trying to expel something which I could not I became alarmed and after giving the local doctor n trial bought a bottle of Chambetlnind Cough Remedy and the result was immediate Improvement slid niter I had used three bottles siy Jttpgs were restored to their healthy state no S EJwxrdd Iuht llnher o The Review Want HU Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Brn m h L 4 Sebastian a big black cat owned by a Cumberland Md woman wears a diamond earring In each ear e S S There is no better medicine for the babies than Chamberlains Cough Remedy Its pleasant taste and prompt and effectual cures make it a favorite with mothers and small children It quickly cures their coughs and colds preventing pneumonia or other serious consequences It also cures croup and has been nsed in tens of thousands of cases without a single failure so far as we have been able to learn It not only cures croup but when given as soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent the at tack In cases ot whooping cough it liquefies the tough mncas making it easier to expectorate and lessens the severity and frequency of the paroxysms of coughing thus depriving that disease of all dangerous consequences Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m lIONpOPPRRpkgs Sentfcycipres charges pre saldfor 170 and llampI 1 DressPin Set heads and a zcent plnslnthesttlarser than shown corn pnced of rolled gold with hlDdmme lubloolnrllto rilh cuirpliis for neckpins or as a child a set SashBelt and Buckle fromUonItylo olDllwrtcd tiack 8wlgr belIlIlJI Irllh ImitatIon buckle neat strong and ts ublonable NapkinRing i fJoCenl e ut2m1diok lo 1 k14 leather ham kailito with Itrong pap Ladles PenKnife For Ifl lion heads cut from j terial I decorated and c- olorTr Ofr t NII fA tIis IA- nopportunity to gut tlrniis iU of dlrc I or ly Tin MKMIMUS WnKKLY COMMERCIAL APPEAL to er mld lu irat nl t iu rt wiTa tS till till nunibor of of cotton received in MemphU front Heuteinl r I I8OT to nmt 1luIIJltIiI IM Ill tIle only provUloa being that each and every guest must IMJ accompanied by 50 cents for a ycar II to pVlH rDn PfH1ifqTHIe ApnEAL llr Ii i l i THE GREAT NEWS FARM AMD FAMILYJOURNAL OF THE SOUTH The first correct or nearest correct glicli 1 i the at timlus of cotton reeevtt MempliU from September i 1 1809 to anti InolitJuifr April 15 liwti tvul bo awuilM iu C ili at follows If the guess Is received during January It tb guess H rwwlvwl during reiru tryf1f the aims In received during March IS3500 in Gas I2ODO in nash I 1000 in Cash 1lIIlS WKKKlf 1 IElIelI AtTKAI lit tho greatest flows tarn and famIly Journal of tho- U United States At only5U COllIS tP rear It glvlI wn ail twlv wtikly If nl1I two IIjcI of specially pro pared farni matter S It true Ii womans unit ehulIrun i1llattllunt by Mrs Jano Howard u religious with lr Talmngoa Sunluv borniou uml u MIII tnywhool IMJO i u short a lory unit a continued story tho 1i R latest market reports Washington gossip nnd ninny column of miscellaneous news and information Instructions Concerning the Contests I Each and every guess oust bo necompaMod b Q cnq tat a years subscription u the Mccipula Wleki A IlaLfIlScon re corded tW rule la complied with Leaving 1Ie out of letter or forgetting ta make nets when auUcrlpuon U tent will not entitle U to bo sent later With the figure or the cums must be I written very palllirlln4er ro lreumlaC s and fur n naaoa will a cuesa bo changed alter It him been monkduuoorkiok Uso coupon when convenient but It is not nrcnari 101110 Ibecoupon andifyondonot ahmnIlElgmsessthiouwmber ot bale to DO person can make as many guesses M by cent with each guesi for which another to uon to Time Memphis Weekly Coamerotal Appxal IAn added letter by poetofflee money or cxpma ueney order or rest Closes on March 31 1900 the guess ta to Uj on the number of bales In MemphIs from Sept I 1109 to April Ibo allures 01 the Memnbts ctIContest be tho Deuce upon which ttecoaicct U order to help ercrr one to nmire iiowly to make it close guess receipt ID below the dates mentioned for the iat live Uaa rmlrrd a Murals fraasKes I 1MI to ldD i UtOVI- KaMberof kales ef eottea mrltrd la Memphis rraafeat1 lift tO April a imxl 07101- XinWrof baits or ecltM renhr I Dempbl- sfnxstieat I ISOSlSAprII lil VL SUSH- Xamker of Mies ef coltoa rtttltH li Nrnaals feels Sept I Ifttl Ujarllli IHOS CISOS4 or MraefealUa rw l f4U Memphis rro tI I lf M ii Spell 1 ISIS 71JSJI- K an wilt be re rJed wher ptarkr WM Mlled laSer Ikaa Starch III ll X SEND FOR A FREE SAMPLE COPY Wake remittances payable to and aJiJress TilE 1VEEKLTT COMMERCIAl APPKAL HtmrMt Trm I A Trip to Paris Reliable penoDS ot a mrcli l al or IDT cute mind drIflngslnlptoths 1nHa K mil wltbgood siftma 8M I WantedAn Idea S d=Pcotc nor ldaai to bring wealth Writ J0IlWzDDa3thUftM aco PatsalAitur- eayi Waiblatton D X for that prize oatSd 125 olwohu U iUTMUeaa wai1- D CRZD With rfit4- 5qJ PSY Itamedlia liar cured I mil7 thousand cauea called bopelea In tia itj at leant twothird utaH trmptomi rtmor cd Tnltmonlali and TZH PATS treatment 01 B RGKIEII SOBS Dos K Atlanta Ua That m Harh ran tw rwrrd with Dr UUe 1LASTKIL Only SSe I Used in Millions of Homes Accept no substitute I Insist on LION COFFEE in lIb pkgs These articles mailed PREE In exchange for lion heads cut from front ofilb Silk Umbrella either Ladys or Gents Cut the frame rita and shyer Would teat the order end ul1atIn Sue Suitable oxidized b and lInIng nlokeled fastening bandies assorted bales rwmer IKlltM Jo1 desired simply BO the AfrtlU Number bowi- Ull rAf CltVU I Knickerbocker Watch uivcn lot 119 lion heads and a 3cent appearlugtimekeeper Solid nickelsilver case with ornamental tack Nickel movements escnpemoiit fully Jeweled rhe famous Knickerbockerstth U Ladles Watch Chain- A double sirenS of best silk cord united at Intervals colored beads net and substantial For IS lion heads and a 2ceut stamp Wge size and Ibape Slack seal grain leather with flee dltulollllncludlnlra flap hold visiting cards secure Given for 25 lion heed from Uon Collee wnppera and 2e stamp Gents Watch Hailed free for 90 lion heads and 2cent stamp The celebrated beer soil watch stem wound tem 1Ct durable nickel plated case 1 watch accompan ied guarantee of the maker Are timekeeper I Ladles I to I Table CoverIDurable darkcolored material that will standwashing flinches squareir Ire lor 25 lion beads and 2c stamp I V able cooking re aim on the labor of the room anti for the com mon diseases Given for lion urn ONLY A FEW UON lutwtn appear In this peperl Dont rallt The of premiums ever offered You always know UON by the pack I rn with the Ueaf head In front It Is absolutely purl If the is UON Is rooted the It learet the factory t j oJ t ItlMIininrit TillS Time ran be sent to euijr add rc and Iliocuos to you Winners to Whom We Paid Prizes- In pa y nri Too llmphl Weekly Commercial Appeal hOI paid mine th III cmth prices In every Instance pay iX time iwlt We Blvo the ot a few of Ucwe who hiiro won sm ill from The Weekly Commercial Appat sad son run write Ui any ot tbe e lucky Ih J wIll leU rou 111111110 their from lb W ckycmmtlalAppiL IItro ro alew oltbom ZeaT ramden Mltll6U U O Urnee 11 North Mb St 1aliw h Ky Clan lleofffW Wowe OollalU Ala paw W It Scan lie Ml IJOO II It Utchardton Kewlkcs Teen taw Nla Willie rayetteTllle Ala HflBj J tY Ynunr Kemp Tvi tW II W WO U Jue issaaa Uo frO W 1 Darts Gibson IVnn J J B Ulan iJSO S A Scott Uthasy Sites ISI IIIkhuurJtc1a of others who hate obo toMd plies III TarkMt ranging from 110 to GUMS AND JEMtTTANCE IN SAllE LETTER JIrse that the amtr of s of tlIttoA in Memphis 14 91 I I5J or April IS it wm be bales Send rarer to CM3 ely State Eater ies to tlOLtvmee TillS svllrN iosslntr cut irnpsr7 it titot liect scary to write a letter wltli ro ot IihA S NTENTIONAL DICTIONARY A Dictionary of ENGLISH Lsi X Geography Fiction etc AWhatbetter Investment could bo mado than in a copy of the m mtlonal T This quarto volume Is a vast ttorchouso of I valuable Inf arranged in a convenient form for Land eye I and mind ItIs more widely used oj than any I other dictionary in Jho It Lo in every I J Ata Wctittra lOloary etc First i4ieaquAlitltlConddaslualJo O tt Cr MCRRlMt CO Publol n Spniu n U Mitt i S A i J Now thc time subscribe I I I use I I I i a strip at thick paper so that ends wilt lnch with seven steel rod handle J at the 0 and the otherUO at store Three silver unlesi w a a and each liable I I of A I cambric hand i kerchiefs with ft A V I ners IlalMnch I hem marhlnaI I able A paired v I I these handker Book UlpagciofTalu cclpu treatise kitchen rcmedlei more IS head and a2ceni 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