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II1ECIAL attention given to col J lections staking abstracts Ac iMtTStirj Public for County Office North tide of public square J3L at Law HARTFORD KY Will his In all the Courts of Kentucky Special at tfcofion gives to collections settle webt oi decedents estates road cases 11 and criminal up stain next door to GViOinadrug store 1f =J S RWeddingt AniMYwd COUNSELLOR at LAW KOTARV PUBLIC HARTFORD KENTUCKY f wilt practice his profession in all 1 ttieeourtaot Ohio arid adjoining co- uns1e and thVCourt ofAppeals Prompt atteatlea given to lbnsineps entrust V buildingIWANTEDL Office I Uaaafferii fnthla8to to represent me itkatro ad nrriadingcpnntU ivto y jSiI 6a piysbte Desirable ioyiuient with F I mmyI1 Ladles = P WersTanavT L1isld Ass S Ma 1- I lDc- 4T1LLI c J l lf zgi- T 1 III I- IrointheiiumberOIT th qs JIIF H ed down IJ v Rough rtR9 f Kilmer a ljL r I YBLRY 1 l vr JJIc I Ohio Attorney Office JA NOTED JUDGE SAVED BY PERUNA Ja Had Catarrh Nine YearsAll Doctors Failed wVHce of tha Peace of Chicago says l I wu afflicted with catarrh for nlqo chieflyInwIthoutavali applied to several doc tor bat they were not ablo to euro ma I learned of the remedy Pernnattiroogfa tbe dally newspapers After Ukiag the remedy for 18 weeks I was entirely eared I consider my cure por Baaaeot as It baa been two and a hall yoan since I was cured The Governor of Oregon Is an ardent admirer of Feruna lie keeps U con tinually In the home In a recent letter to Dr Uartman ho aayar I have had occasion to use your Pe run medicine In my family for colda remedyIother ailments Your very truly W M Lord Peron Is known from the Atlantic to the Paclflo Letters ot congratula non anti oom mendation testi tying to the mor its of Peru na as- a catarrh remedy are pouring In from every State In the Union Dr Hartraan la receiving hun dred of such let ter a AH WXltoIiIamlIyIfor the eat to the I IIM1Imee1wishes perfect health mud be entirely I1 free from catarrh Catarrh la wellnigh I universal almost omnipresent Peru I na ia the only absolute safeguard I known A cold la the beginning of catarrh I To prevent colda to cure coldI Is to cheat catarrh out of lu victim Pornna not only cures catarrh hot i prevent It I v uu nwll 4UOU1 UUUorr SayitMIwlllwrIteyouatewHnes cation to make known what Pernna h coldhlehcatarrh and bronchitis and la a short everythinggood I saw1 the great tonlo Peruna advertised I bought one bottle Ifound myself so much better after tak youklodlrcharge for live months Now I am happy to Inform yon and the public that lam perfectly cured of catarrh and bronchitis I make this statement In hope that some of my comrades 01eeIIt and be benefited thereby UslogPernna to promptly cure colds protects the family against other ailments This is exactly what every family In the United States should do Keep Pe runa IB the htUI1 UMJ41It rt I t akeesinIy VhnLbegn1coldswe sUWr komu I tbaon1Imatteof b ruD ItberoI other ailment I rfd with oatarrh I houseIeIhtenmoohsIAll should provide themselves with a copy of Dr lIon mans tree book entitled Winter Catarrh This books consists of seven lectures on catarrh and la grippe dc livered at tho Surgical Hotel It con Lain the latest Information on thb treatment of catarrbal diseases Address Dr Hartman Columbus Ohio U jRELIABLE CINCINNATI i1J118h t WEEKLY =ft nt = 11J Yw v v Weekly Edition of the Cincinnati Commercial Tribuna The Family Newspaper Special Departments devoted to Agriculture Poultry Markets Literature with other Special Features IMPROVED I ENLARGED I- INNEWFORMNOW TWENTY PER PAGES Year rX The Weekly Gazette has the largest circulation of any weekly published In the the West Read by over 300000 people Scud for sample copies I YIA I CflUPANYIAODll11HtIIO r WEBSTERB INTERNATIONAL DICTJOHARy A Dictionary oI ENGLISH Biography Geography Fiction etc GET tholotematlond THE valuable information arrangnl In n convenient form for Land eye b 1STandmlnd Itlamoro widely used rs standard authority tbnnnn I other dictionary In the vonlil It should be In every household I J ScotOACloaurycto itI1 low is the time to subscribe I L jiTV t 4 1 DISTURBERS OF THE PEACE Democrats Losing Sloop On Acoountof JEarly Morning Factory Whistles The Democrats who ore attending Court this week in Bellefonte and everypornlngwhistles that are sounded from our furnaces mills and factories no doubt find reason for cursing American Pro tection A few years ago when Cleve land was President and the American people were struggling In the slough of despond dammed up by the Wilson bill they could sleep till noon undis turbed by whistles We wonder is these noises do not occaslonaly remind them of the fact that they have been reading Demo erotic lies for forty years and that in spite of their effort to conceal Ita faint gleam of intelligence reaches them at times which cause them to suspicion that they have like the children of Israel wandered in the wilderness for forty years It is amusing to notice how their organs try to close the drum of their ears and keep out knowledge by explanations evasions and excuses AS it is no more amusing than it is strange to boedegeIblind because they will not see I Democrats are born not made1 ISA saying that conveys a good deal sol truth and when one of their nun ber refuses to longer adhere to their upooIlaws of the Medea and Persian ad I mils of no change These patriots who receive their faith as part of their birthright are so persistent in their belief that they will not read any but Democratic papers and their declaration that they were born Democrats and would die Democrats is as ex hilarating to them as it is distressing to an intelligent man But the time has come when many oi the more intelligent ones are begin ruing to think for themselves whose eyes can no longer be blinded nor ears closed to the real condition of things We ask them to read both sides We do not object to Republicansreading lithe PemofllUc1Itr4tnretheo can find It will makethemallthe strong er in their faith and a party or people tnat refuses a thorough investiga lion of Its principles is like a goodly apple rotten at the core Read both tides and If alter an honest consci entious investigation you are led to believe that the Bepublican party is wrong no one will think less of you for being a Democrat as you will no doubt then be able to give a reason able excuse for the faith that is in you Bellefonte Pa Gzette It goes to every partMurdock Ca tarrh Cure It cures Colds Hay Fever and all forms of Catarrh Price r mailed on receipt ol price See adver tisement tf MORDOCK CURB Co Atlanta Gap sHowls It Now Whlletnlllions ol dollars are being added to wages distributed generally throughout the country the Boston Herald selects two industries for a special and very interesting compari son The two great industries that lead the procession of prosperity are the cotton and the woolen and In both of these the advances carry the wages of the employees beyond the boom rates of 1893VThe boom rates of 1893 it will be remembered were slaughtered in cold Pretty Children44 We hare three children Before tlICI birth of the last one my wife used four bot ties of MOTHERS FRIEND Uyou had the pictures of our children you could see at a glance that jhe last oneIIS hCa Uhl slpretlle flncsHooklngof them all WMy wife thinks Mothers fe Friend Is the greatest and grandest remedy la the world for expect an t mothers Written by a Ken tuckyAttorneyat iiiiTtIERs I i DHflprevents ninetenths of the l I ilLnIi suffering Incident to child birth The coming mothers disposition and temper remain Unruffled i throughout the ordeal because this relax log penetrating liniment relieves the usull distress A goodnatured mother Is pretty sure to have a goodnatured child The patient Is kept In a strong healthy condition which the child also Inherits j Mothers Friend takes a wife through the crisis quickly and almost painlessly II assists in her rapid recovery and wards dCIUCI1ATLANTA sAVaipf 1HIlT l1L Ttp- gI A I JMfT JSftfc wage earners themselves under various slogans of infuriated rot aimed at capital That was done by the campaign of 1892 Will the campaign of 1900 see that folly repeated We dont think IONew York Sun A place for everything and every think in its place The place for Dr Bells AntiPain is where you can put yonr hand on it any hour In the night when seizedwith an attack of Colic Cholera Diarrhoea Rhentnation or Neuralgia It Is Instant relief Sold everywhere m Another evidence of Republican achievement is found in the fact that the WlIShlogton authorities have in ducrjfrall the great European powers to agree to the open door policy relative to commerce with China The Republican party is after the mar kets of the world and goes about It in intelligent manner Schenectady N Y Union 4 v 2 Wayne Griffin Bro guarantee CoughRemetlyany poe who is not satisfied liter nsinra two thirds of the contents This Is the the beat remedy in tile world for la grippe coughs colds whooping cough stud is pluJnt and safe to take It prevents any tendency ofa cold to result In I 1 paeanionla novfeb I I The only city1the United States whichhaa 100000 or more Inhabitants that slowed a falling off in bank clear lags last year In comparison with 1998 was Omaha the chief town of Bryans State Such a fact may have something to do with the Fusion gains which made Nebraska unique in the West list November Cleveland Lead er Incipient consumption is cured with Dr Bells PineTar Honey inflam mation is allayed and the clogging of the lungs at once stopped When this is accomplished the road to health is a straight one Get a bottle today m r Fourteen thousand cotton operatives 110 Manchester N H are to receive an advance of 10 per cent on their present wages This will increase the wage earnings of that city 600000 per year In making up his estimate ofantIcipated Democratic gains for next fall Col Bryan would do well to leave out Manchester Buffalo N Y 1ewaVTOA OnAINrI tIeKuid YM Haw UwjjfouM Blpatua lIdat Some time in the future Free Trad r ers will probably Inveigle the people F into again swallowing their nostrum but the effect of the recent Wilson law upon wages and industry is too deeply graven npon mens memoriei to ex pect anyjsuch result for years to come Trenton N J Gazette O 1OnAJI-enthe t 1bI Yos Hlus Aiwsis Bought riVlDun c Cos statement that business is 40 per cent better than it was a year ago Is not a campaign line but a statement of cold fact Indianapolis Ind Journal ASTORIAFor Tin Kind You Have Always Boughtb Bears the- Signature X r t ofrThere Is every reason to believe that the Republican party this year will 8 get more votes than any party in the history of the United States Peoria Ill Journal Identifying Hor Ive just hat the ridiculous experience said the Bright Ghl to hercbnm yesterday tint Im afraid theres a dignified gentleman in a bank down town who didnt think It was more thin halt funny I was going down Charles street f Ibis morning when I met a friend of mine a girl from one ot the lower counties How dye d she said in rather n melarcholy way lor her come here and listens to my tale ofwoe Ofu course 1 went arid she told miserably that she bad come up to town to dos lot of shopping but that when she went to the bank to have the check cashed her father had given her she at found she would have to be identified before she could get the money And I hardly know a stful in town she finished desperately I What bank is liP I asked As soon ns she told me Ohl said I payly confider sour troubles at aniend for my magnificent fortune is posited there and they know me Ill identify yoothls with a grand air So elf we went chattering like magpies for we bad agreed to have atlittle luncheon once wehrtd the money safely in our clutches Well you know it there is one tbioji I just cant remtmbir Its slimes I forgot my l own sometimes and no sooner had we enteredeJoQrs 61 the big place and l f i i f 7 1111N DO YOU GET UP- WITHALAPIEBACK I Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserablema Almost everybody who reads the news to Js juro to wof the wonderful Go IF HARTFORD tt1Dboor most oru Itoj I JIbarred windows at us and heard the quietyou know it is so quiet you can positively bear Itthan I got rattled II Ij want to introduce my frien- dMlsserMlsser I saidweakly to the paying teller but I couldnt go any further And there that girl stood like an Idiot and never helped me out a bit Perhaps she thought it would ruin her chances of getting the money if she did Finally in desperation What is your name anyhow NanlI asked and White she responded demurely Then we both giggled and the grave gentleman counted out the money and gave tto us without the vestige of a smile Whereupon we came away without being arrested and thrown into prison which we both feared would beonr portion for taking such liberty with Uncle Sams banking system Baltimore News A Nogro Story A young fellow on the South side has a negro valet and old fashioned southern darkey Here Jeff I want those trousers cleaned and pressed to day he said pointing to a rather loud striped garment that Jeff had long had his eyes on All right sah said Jeff with n IlghNetmorolug lea brought the trousers back with a big grease spot still prominent on one knee Cant you get that spot out said the owner of the trousers No sahi Did you try turpentine uFo de Lawd I done sacchuated em wid turpentine Did you try coal om Yes sab poed a quart ob lie on emVDid you try a hot Iron Puty nigh bunt em up- Dldyou try benzine Done tried benzine an kerosene an all He other zines an taint tech dat grease spot Well did you try em on quer led the master with a twinkle in his eye Yes sah replied JefI with alacrity and deys a pufIect fit grease spot an all sahChlcago Inter Ocean + OAW103d I A B an the lhtKindYciHtteBsa- jttjIe e textto tho Editors Heart manywith1 spectacles lays the Cleveland PhsI DealerVI I am a member sir he said of the Society for the Amelioration of Mans Cruel Conditions Very commendable Indeed mur mured the editor though a trifle lengthy Yes continued the stranger and I have called upon you for the purpose of asking you to advance You really must excuse me today said the editor with considerable haste I have so many calls up on Of asking you to advance the cause of oar society by givingpublicity to a- ittle ameliorating scheme of my own invention Fire away said the editor in a relieved tone You have beardof course of these cruel dumdum bullets resumed the trangerSIt was the dumdum but let that put the ameliorating idea in my head The dumdum as you know expands when it strikes making a most dreadful wound My alsttr substitute something that will also expand but without inflicting such shocking mutilations I have hit upon dried apples Good said the editor Silted dried appfes Very good said the editor Vlien the salted dried applesfired rom a rifle in dissolving capsules penetrate a victim he will presently led thirsty Its the salt of course He drinks voraciously and the dried apples expand whereupon you have the very same result that follows these ol the dumdum bulletbnt without its exreme cruelty Noble scheme Isn liNnlle indeed said the editor Its n lovely scheme But why stop dried appK Why not experiment with o ives and green plums and braiding IMise prunes find compressed iponge The ktranger faintly laughed I thought you would be Interest ed he fail It is n scheme that ppeals tnali truly benevolent hearts coqvulslvelyYou lie caught his brfalh but in expert raenting today I swallowed several fatted third apples and have a terrible hit Cud you Rid me in assuag og itt the extent of a nickel The editor could and did Ilera Dyspepsia Tanlets pleasant eat Intake nnil give permanent re- iel y On trcHtmrnt i Mailed on rtItt of pketfWJJBDOCKCURI Co Atlanta Ga J t aFr 4ast i Wal tPesenceII ti PESTS bpar lot the lea iimaabIe 114 TRY YA ls thetctuckrcct a monument to the late Mr nn AII oili r HcmP ge dfOzensleath and would not or otherthe life of the poultryman m Ick one laural but on the hisbusInesunprofitIbtee3d bow our In commonwe r- b Is theAmeXicU1 Lice DestroyerKentucky and 4 the good ptopieof I ThisaUlUIUT tIon to tuB ently hope that the perpetrator of foul assassluatlon may be brought verm1n1cannot EvervlIutbelogIdrith those that weepier do dirmites and lice formic scar When this fl and while we are Wllberty Destroyer hi used profits at once in 1Poin egently lugEcst that crease Lhc and vermin do more to kll I Nvtmiidiy own monu profits than all Vttier causes combinfd 0 L san You know it Dont go on losing mono S of Mr I ey every week but try American Lice Under the You have tried other IsLettj in this to i tar and will back COMPARE THIS WITH THE EFFuguRainstauynumbtrofp1ltell DERINGS OF THE SAME POUTI 5Miave thorriuade- Prom lAs Courlourna Mondad Morn 7 1898 en The CourierJournal republishes this morning Judge Hum rWb It ofKentuclyor the snperficlal the scope and force of the revolution th4YOU- would work may not be fully apparent But even to the thougnt sell superficial an exposition of the difference between the two systeajsolnd bring a realization of the enormity of the Goebel plans departure frtnaan vital principle otselfgovermnenttImperfect as the existing election laws may be they do rest upoa asd eoa serve the right of local sovereignty The election officers ia every eewity are appointed by officials chosen by the people the returns are caavaMed bVofficials chosen by the people and contests from the decisions ofeetek K cials are appealable to the courts the last and highest power recegatMd by and created by the people for the final settlement of questions oi feet and kw On the other hand the Goebel law would absolutely disfranchise every vetar in the State at the will of two out of three men sitting at Frankfort with i unlimited authority over every election officer in Kentucky and raapoa ibte to no power of the people reserved or delegated To create sack a tribaaal independent and superior to every organized function of popular gewa ment judicial ezecutive and legislative for except in its appoiataea WMkk may not always be an exception itis also independent of the Legislature is to create an autocratic tribunal foreign to and fatal to the Democratic theory of government Its toerect upon the mere form of democracy the reallt ol oligarchy It is to employ the pretense of republicanism for theVentreo e merit of despotism Even if this bill which has so blindly and we I7think so nnthoughtedly passed both houses of the General Asse bv more liberal in its terms and provided that the commission whtcrftYMtt tutes should in any way be amenable to the people or their representative such liberality would only be in semblance for with the power with whisk this commissioj once instituted is Invested it can choose as Its own eras tures courts and Legislatures as well as every other elective official to d ItawlilVIIt ought to be more than sufficient to condemn such alaw as beaaath eves the serious consideration of a Kentuckian and American to Indict It M aa ia vention devised in the temporary interest of personal and factional advaaee ment as a measure which always and wholly partisan would place the electoral machinery of the State at the absolute mercy of whatever baw 8C junta that should be able to secure control 01 the dominant party as a dew which even for the furtherance of partisan and factional ends woaW iaevK ablyeagnlljndissenslpnal furyanypartyresortlng tocrchatge4414iV execution But all this is trivial indeed in comparison with the actual awl radical significance oi the change which the law would impose adivnal fortune factional exploitation party vicissitude dwarf and disappear utterly in the shadow of this alien and impious tower of feudalism erected apos the ruins of what we are wont to believe the fairest experiment la desaowacy tile world has yet seen What matter it who is Governor if Kentucky be Sawni ofsovereignty What matter it what party Is uppermost If the fraackfee be What matter it who holds the offices and draw the solaris if tfaTSlytiltat lelt to the citizen be the right to pay the taxes withoat eyea WteeaYto where they shall go or by whom they shall be collected vPltI bly poor indeed is the only ptftiat wkB the advocates of this meas ure hake in Its behalf when they claim titbjtmea who would be eVatbol with this monstrous power would be Itahl menThe are alii men when they go Into partisan politics Granted that the mM this board might be of the highest and cleanest character So we MM beta of the Hayes Tilden commlsshn and yet there was nevetkt c body which was riot 8 one way a04 7 the other But they were all SeSS men The fathers who laid out the republic knew human natureVknew politics Earnest wise consecrated Democrats themselves tkey4V given their lives for Democracyas their associates with whom they bail sttioi shoulder to shoulder in defiance of despotism had gone to their death for democracy And yet they never dared to organize a Democratic governiMtit without placing upon every department of that government sharply difia4 limits and effectual checks Their wisdom has been demonstrated attvary step of our national progress and every test to which their work hM bees subjected has proved that instead of weakening those checks tkeyabsldbeVV strengthened They never believed that man however honorable osld be perfect when intrusted with political power and neither do tbe geatlesaM who are pushing the Goebel bill believe it BoUt would be puerile to argue the question If the mereatateffleatrJthe provisions 6f the Goebel bill does not astound and horrfyeveryH ia r 1 Kentucky who has the right to vote thenhe Is tI he deserves no sympathy U a Frankfort commission takes it from him 1 r A SMALL SPOTVVIV W w MAY BE CANCER it MOST VIOLENT CASES HAVE care ehotild be gives any little sore pimple or scratch shows nq dlspoittonto boil WIder or4IB 11 thesef4So people die from Cancer ne MIMo and are forced to submit to a cruel aad daswrMM the only treatment which the doctors know for Cancer The iWaass promptly returns however and Is even more violent and desc4iv UMUI Cancer Is a deadly poison in the blood and an operatic platter or other external treatment can nave no effect whatever The iia3HHMt ifi come from within the last vestige ot poison must bo eradicated uMr Win Yalpole of Walabtown 15 lJ saysi A 1 little blotch about the size of a pea came und y isis Iatlnfervalsau consulted a good doctor Who pronounced it CMeeri ani advised that It be out out but I JM sent to IreadInmylocalpRperOtaCUreOSStsltk- t y BSSand to a Cancer becoming atJIntlmtated and then dkOu4n I 4 freely grew laU dlsieV tlnUed l a small trwWe 1hatPositively the only euro foe Cancer IsV0 S S S FOR THE BLOOD pi because it is the only remedy which can go deep enough toMacisi M a MtafeW 1 the disease and force It out ot tho system A tuygieai aaafMa do a not reach the bloodthe real seat of the dIeasebeeaiuse M anat N cut away Inalat upon 8 8 aj nothing can take IU plaew 8 S B cures also caw of Scrofula Eczema RhwimUisMV BloodFoison Ulcers Sores or any other form of Wood dtowwei rfibooks on Caaoe and Blood Dtoeaea will1j tree to aay HwUtSpeoino OosBpany Atlanta Georgia VV X v tJ l t and 5 the acts i5r and the acts of b reports that men hardly J to- ufiered say toe half has never been to a greater or less extent and In a state of unrest What is the cause l o and unrest What is the cauee of the gigantic chTrTgGa and counteroharged DJ they como as the result of chance i the natural effect ofa cause No rational man would conclude that art of our past six months experience has come about br chanceliutai ssult of cause The warm winds that play upon ocean lake and rivulet Land carry away watery vapor to heights at which the satuiated air is d and falls to earlh in the form of rain The sleeping germ of the ok is not aroused by chance but by the operation of the laws of nature jg suns and showers arouse the sleeping oak and nature does the rest j phenomena of nature appear by chance The fruit of mens deeds good or bad come not by chance but all come about as the natural effect of cause A fool might gaze into thcair for the cause that forces an object to earthor search tho heavens for a machine that causes rain but the sensible thinker goes to nature for a knowledge of the truth There is a cause for all this turmoil and strife and unrest There lies a cause somewhere for the frauds committed in Louisville Lexington Coving ton and other places That there is a cause none can deny Circumstances and events transpired from the Music Hall convention to the present point to the Goebel election law as the first great cause The author pf that law forced himself upon the Democracyof Kentuckyas its nominee by the most infamous schemes of fraud known to human ingenuity From the inception of his campaign to the day when an assassin struck him down his highest ambition was to be Governor of the Commonwealth any cost regardless of the peoples wish or will The Goebel law was enacted to re ainthe scepler With this machine in full operation it was hoped anticipated and that elections would not be left to chance To put it more clearly tipover the people should no longer govern in Kentucky This was and intention of the leaders of Democracy in part attempted and in part Bond The attempt to steal at the polls and the attempted count out in the counting rooms likewise failed then followed the attempt to steal under cover of the law The cause is clearly set forth in the following paragraphs and extracts The CburietsoumaZ said under head of Kentuckys Shame March 16 18J8 We are wofully mistaken in the people of Kentucky if any party can live that Identifies itself with Goebellsm The Legislature that has just died in ignominy has done all it could to send the Democratic patty to the same dis honored grave If the Democratic party or the Republican party or the Populist party or any other party shall make this Goebel conspiracy its own it brings upon Itself its own destruction or the people of Kentucky are no longer deserving of the light of sellgovernment which they will have sur rendered Again the CouritrJoumal of March 7 1898 saye IF THE MERE STATEMENT OF THE PROVISIONS OF THE GOE BEL BILL DOES NOT ASTOUND AND HORRIFY EVERY MAN IN KENTUCKY WHO HAS THE RIGHT TO VOTE then be is unworthy of that right and he deserves no sympathy it a Frankfort commission takes it from him THE PEOPLE MAY WELL STAND AGHAST BEFORE THE REVO LUTIONASY ELECTION HILL WHICH HAS LIKE SOME DREAD MONSTER SUDDENLY EMERGED PROM THE FASTNESSES OF PAS SiON AND ERROR THROUGH WHICH THE LEGISLAIURE HAS BEEN THREADING ITS TORTUROUS WAY IT IS SAFE TO SAY THAT THE ANNALS OF FREE GONERNMENT WILL DE SOUGHT IN VAIN FOR ANYTHING APPROACHING IT IN SHAMELESS EFFRON TERY AND UNCONCEALED EEFORMITY The records of reconstruction furnish nothing to compare with it The Brownlow despotism In Tennesset was considered tolerably reckless and tolerably thoron h in its day But the Brownlow despotism at its worst ventured upon nothing so boldly wholly bad as thisWatterson- The time is short but everywhere throughout Kentucky there should be public meetings held to protest aud to send delegations to Frankfort to pro test against this monstrous usurpation of power by a few unscrupulous end designing men IF TillS BE NOT DONE AND DONE QUICKLY AND DECISIVELY THEN ARE FREE ELECTIONS AND FREE GOVERN MENT AT AN END IN KENTUCKY AND THE STATE GIVEN OVER INTO TilE KEEPING OK SELFAPPOINTED PARTY MANAGERS NOT TO BE RECOVERED BY THE PEOPLE SHORT OF A POLITICAL REV OLUTION With the machinery of this Goebel bill in his bands Mr Goe bel becomes ns completely master of the situation iu Kentucky as Diaz in Mexico or Menelek in Abyssinia Watterson Assuredly the act Itself If passed might be described as an act to de prive the Commonwealth of Kentucky of a Republican form of government for whereas most force bills have preserved the outward form of Republi canism THIS BILL DEFIANTLY CREATES A THREE MAN POWER UNDER A ONE MAN RULE AS ODIOUS TO LIBERTY AS THE DIREC TORY IN FRANCE UNDER DARRASS OR THE CONSULATE AFTER NAPOLLON HAD CAPTURED TIlE REVOLUTION AS MR GOEBEu SEEMS TO HAVE CAPIURED THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY MA CIIINERYWattersonTHE MAY DO THE VOTING BUT WE WILL DO THE COUNTING WuiGoebelln aspeech at McIIenryOct isgg I HAVE TilE ELECTION RIGHT WHERE I HAD THE CONVENTION YOUCANTOUT COUNT ME AND YOU CANT COUNt ME OC rWm Goebtl In Louisville speech just belore the election This Goebel law is a good law in honest hands If any stealing is done this time the Republicans will not do itJo C S Blackburn liThe Democratic State ticket nominated will certainly be elected Under the operation of the Goebel law the result is not left to chance Henry Watterson in a letter to the President of the L N R H Co June 30 1899 Our county is all right safely Democratic but city elections cannot be won with a fair count and you know that as well as I do Incompetent un reliable Republican judges will have to be appointed The right of the Republicans to indicate who shall represent them as judges etc will have to be ignored and thd Election Commissioners wilt have to do this or receive the lll will of the city Democrats Trimble to Thompson The white propertyowning respectable people ol Kentucky are going to control the government Commonwealth now and hereafter and they arc going to legislate sonic respect for law and public decency into the heads of 2500 arrogant moneybags and their satellites and hangers on who have chosen to affiliate politically with 75000 ignorant negroes aud as mauy more vicious and red handed The struggle for supremacy is about is about over and the end will prove in this State as it has iu other Stales that only the people who are capable of good government will be permitted to governUrey Woodson in Otvcueboro McMtnger Above is a pen picture of the situation from the beginning to the present drawn by Henry Wattenon Wm Goebel Jo Blackburn South Trimble and Urey Woodson Could any doubt its correctness The painters were those highest in counsel and authority and those to receive the first and greatest fruitage These assertions and statements have gone rapidly the rounds of the press The scenes in the great schjmo of fraud have passed and repassed in panoramic view before all Kentucky Tim exposure otthe object and purpose of Goebelism is not given ti the public by Republicans or honest Brown Democrats but cornea from the grandstand of this latter day Democracy If not this as stated by Goebel Backlmru Watterson Trim ble and Woodsnn a sufficient cause for the strife and unrest in Kentucky 7 Every event which has occurred since November has been uncontrovertible evidence against the elect in thieves and asa tins nf civil liberty Sum up tho purpose of Goebslism a t stated by the leader and his friends and consider its effect upon civiliziti in virtue and decency ia Kentucky Whit manner of hie iuvites the sturdy mibitioiu youth to strive for honor or station in t r ng of dictators to reign at infamous laws and debased i their bidding In view of cky is it not a wonder that flct and thartttso Infamous Highway erished before tho fflry of ajvetflriged and m Is to live in Kentucky riot a bloods and- o to come as effect follows cause Historys pagA fail to nsit of any people from liberty to bondage But her pages Ith glittering diadems ofhonor won by multitudes ofheroes struggling or civil and religious freedom It is as natural for man to leant to be free j for grasses to grow or the sun to shine Goebelism cannot continue In Kentucky It is more dangerous and deadly to civil liberty than the bite of the Cobra de Capella to human life Kentuckys Shame If Kentucky demands anything in the future it is certainly men to act as Senators and Representatives tn make some much needed laws The present Generel Assembly is largely composed of a set of professional outlaws Tbe Democratic wing in the first place set out torob the State of a republican form of government and so desperate have they been in their attempt that they have abeolute ly failed to enact a single law up to this time The actions of the se politi cal deadbeats and thieves have brought shame and disgrace upon the fair nameKentucky and yet our contemporaries seek to lay the blame at the door of the Republican party forgetting that they supported and en doused the man who declared that he would be Governor if he had to hodoo the people as he did the con vention No intelligent man free from party lash and party prejudices who has informed himself as to the state of affairs will charge the present calamity to the leaders of the Ro publican party The purpose of the Goebel law was to make Democratic victories certain The result of the election WM not to be left to chance said Mr Watterson Under tho op elation of the law the entire State ticket led by that intrepid leader Gen W 8 Tavor was electedand this legislature elected by the same vote has endeavored to rob not only Governor Taylor of his inherent and election rights but every citizen in Kentucky Is it any wonder that Kentucky is on the eve of revolution when the foundation upon which she stands is threatened To rational men it is no wonder at all It is but the natural consequence Tyranny and oppression were the causes that inspired the immortal Patrick Henry to exclaim in the Virginian Assembly I care not what course others may take but as for myselfgive me liberty or give me death Kentuckys shame is that protesting and contesting body of men styled law makers HON FRANK B POSEY of Evans ville Indiana is an aspirant for the gubernatorial chair in his native State in the next general State election which is to be held during the present year Mr Posey has taken an active part in the Republican cause in his own State for a number of years andwhen convenient be has taken part in Kentucky politics He has fine powerb intellectually and is an able lawyer with exceptionalability In his campaign speeches throughout Kentucky he has proven himself loyal to the cause he so ably defends As a speaker he is earnest entertain ing polished and has few superiors If nominated by the Repub lican party as its standard bearer in the ensuing election we predict that he will fight the battle with unwaver ing fortitude and courage and Nov- o will prove for his antagonist a Waterloo If western Kentucky had a voice in the nomination of the next Governor of Indiana she would exclaim with great unanimity for the lion Frank B Posey TilE Nicaragua canal project is cer tainly without precedent aa the prop osition now stands It is proposed to construct a canal 100 miles iu length 150 feet in width and 30 deep The estimated cost for the construction of such a work varies from 845000000 to 8115000000 but this seems to be merely a matter of conjecture It would beyond doubt be tho greatest boon imaginable to southern manu factories if successfully operated The Southern states should eagerly advo cate and encourage this project and as a matter of fact it would be of great service to American marines from a commercial standpoint and in times of war it would be of untold aid to the navy instead ot a water way to our new possessions via cape Horn more than 10000 miles in length we would almost be in touch with the Orients by means ot the canal By all means let us have the Nicara guan canalconstructed THESE American expansionists are certainly a progressive set of fel Iowa They have extended their territory from little to muchuntil they have extended half around the globe and in order to have easy acc- efS to their newly acquired territory they propose cutting a continent in wain Why the canal is not cut from New York to San Francisco instead of across Nicaragua is a litte short of a wonder Nuthing seems to daunt the courage and ol progressive IloterminutionJ f- rl I A Brazen Politician Since Mr Blackburn is being weighed in tbo balance and found wanting he shouldweigh as little as possible It is a fact undisputed by all that Mr Joseph C S Blackburns Seuatorial title is without force at tie insurgent legislature Aguinakh famed disregard the will ot the people and declared Beck ham Governor The same votes that chose a legislature elected a Gover nor and this was a very important fact for the political trampBlack burn to note indeed it is a cruicalI rovingIimpossible to tell what a legislature will or will not do led by such a man as South Trimble Truly we may expect the most hideous outrages ever committed against law and order The Trimble letter to Tnompson reveals the desperate character of the man who wrote it The United States Sen ate has no pets it has no favorites but gives to every man his just dues It is a foregone conclusion that Mr Blackburns election will be Investi gated by a committee appointed by the Senate The speeches delivered in tho recent campaign will doubtless be brought to face the once promi nent Kentuckian but now a contami nated and poluted politician It will be remembered that these words fell from the lips of Mr Blackburn at Mayfield in his opening speech of the campaign I am for that Qotbtlelection bill beranw I do not toller that coder its operations there will nor be anymore stealing ot election ID the State ot Kentucky but If political thleTrrr U to eonS lion In Kentucky In spite ot the Ooebel flection laW I am willing to iweartht other fellow will not do the iteallng When Mr Blackburn proposes to swear to tbe God ol Isreal one nat rually calls to mind the oath he took at the tomb of the late John L Sand ford but on this occasion this gentle mans word was law for Goebel bim self declared the act to be invulner able by Republican fraudmore than one time and the election sub stantiated this fact In the face of the above and other similar expres lions Mr Blackburn was the first to cry fraud military intimidation and railroad interference If God ever permitted a brazen political idiot to dominate a party of blinded coun trymen this is assuredly the case Such assertions as Mr Blackburn made at Mayfield never came from a sane man They wero directedat the Republican party but were equal ly as hard for the Brown Democrats and Populists Men who have spent a lifetime in feeding at the public crib should have a greater mental capacity and a better judgement Surely the following could como from nothing but a lunatic and yet it is from a palsied politician v ret them wlnthl fight In November If God forget to be Kraclou to on and If a reign ol der- II on earth 110 be Inaugurated nod Kentucky U to be doomed to roar more yearn ot Ilepnbllcan Incapacity and mUrnle let them carry thus State ticket and entry the LcgUlatniv and I will bet my tight arm agalnut a counterfeit nickel I will bet my hope of my eonle Miration against a counterfeit penny that with the aid nlnnearch warrant you cannot find unburied on thin earth a Ingle solitary llrpubllcan who would not lump In the river before be would vote to repeal the Uoe bet election law- Republicans Brown Democrats Populists Prohibitionists nil ye lovers of liberty this means you While it was driven at the Republican party directly it means you indirectly What do you think about it THE one idea statesman William Jennings Bryan is still ranting around over tbo country crying 1G to 1 ortlbust and the fact of the mat ter is he bursted the Democratic party in 96 and the bu8tcontinues at dto does Bryan He has already been all over the country fortysix times andup to this good hour has failed 10 make au impression Bryanls m and Goebeliara and Claikisra and Watter souigm are allalikedead IT is estimated that Senator Clark of Montana has spent 5000000 on his Senatorial fight and he is a Dem ocrat too Didnt know theyused any such stuff in election matters Wo are told they dont in Old Ken tucky Must have got into the Republican corruption fund The aU tempted corruption of the State Su promo Court is about equal to our mess in the case of Chief Justice Hezclrigg IT is said that Cecil Rhodes whoso scalp the Boers so much desired had prepared balloon to escape from the ill into of his persecutors in case the belesgered city ot Kimberly should fall heir to the Dutchmen This is a novel way ol escape but these niod ern thinkers and inventera are looked upon as being supeilerestrial I e was II it But iAwass- uch hole That bethought it wouldnt mat Her Out of that little hole he lost his grain while taking it to market 1II1Yvith the health None are so small but life can leak out of themIt Ive got a little touch of indigestion says one man Another says It my stomach feels a little out of sorts It It Is just such little things which If neg TtctcU mean the total loss of health The one medicine for disorders and diseases of the stomach and organs of digestion and nutrition is Dr Pierces Golden Discovery It increases the activity of the whole digestive and nutritive system clean away obstructions stops the lout the body sustains by undigested or partly digested food purl flea the blood from the poisons resulting from Imperfect digestion Increases Discoveryhascalled hopeless cases Mr Than II Rudiilll of Henry Lincoln C- oNCsays After having utTercd from Inaction of the Itvtr and all the trouble usually attending inch a condition for over twenty n and hen lug deluged system with flood of medicine from crcnr available source and being only yourInsettake a course of Dr rlerct a Golden Medical DU corcry which I am now doing Although an able to strictly follow directions I have denied more actual bm fit from the few bottles have taken fa Iu than from all the other remedies togetherAllow me to thank you for your prompt and courteous attention to my see u M the good received from It THE Sound Money bill passed the United States Senate with a solid Re publican vote save one stray and aided by the vote of Senators Caflery of Louisiania and Lindsey of Kentucky both substantial men with their countrys interest at heart The Bryau frcesilver dolusion U in a state of pus trificacation and hu a- lpurtrcscent smell GEN FRENCH the dashing cavalry general in Her Majestys cause in South Africa finally caught Oom Pauls forces napping and exchanged vocations with them and now all England is elated and She fancies She has upon the plains of South Africa another Wellington in the person of Lord Roberts PROF SUMNER ot Yale declared recently that 90 per cent of the marriages were unhappy This eminent gentleman should know whereof he speaks Ifhe does then it be strange why men do brake their own necks why dont theygo it alone Verily the Prof is illogical and cupidwill continue his work- EvoLurtoN is a thing much ob jected to by many men of learning but by a close and careful observation 90 per centof the learned will concur especially that Col Henry Watterson has been undergoing a process ol evolution until now all agree that he is an excellent political braying ass rTUB New York World suggests that the Democratic platform for 1900 should be Bust the trusts and crush imperialism a very important question for a school boy is how can minus quantities equal one positive or how can nothing bust something Vassar Students Aid Socloty A Scholarship of 400 Is offered by the Kentucky Branch of the Vassar Students AId Society to that appll cant who passes the best examination for admission to the Freshman Class of Vassar College in June The conditions are as follows i All applicants must be residents S 115I YOUR n TURNING GRAY sayDoesstreaks of gray Are you pleased Do your friends of the same age show this loss of power also grayhairwithout help while dark hair rapidly becomes when once the change be- ginsAllersS Holy e will bring back to your hair the color of youth never fails It Is Just as sure as that heat melts snow or that water quenches fire It cleanses the scalp also and prevents the formation of dandruff It feeds and nour ishes tbe bulbs of the hair making them produce a lUlu runt growth stops the hair from tailing out and gives a fine soft finish to the hair wellW a book on the Stair and Scalp wnlnh obtain tiM B1Kfeeldenotobtainailthbenefits Ton o from the ui of me PIettiresliltJ aAYCRlowelt us hi State of Kentucky and at least sixteen year ofage most be in good health and of good character 2 The Scholarship must be accepts edas a loan without Interest and without limit of timeI3 Application for the Scholarship must be made before May 1511 to the President of the Branch 825 Second street oulsvllle Ky I Reqnltements for admission to the Freshman Class will be found In the Catalogue which may be had on ap plication to the Treasurer of Vassar College Poughkeepsie N Y Further information may be obtained from President of the Branch I Examinations will be held in Louis ville during the first week of June All papers will be forwarded to the President of Vassar College who will decide ns to the successful candidate The same Scholarship is offered again for June 1902 the applications for which must be made before Janus ary i 1902 Miss MARY VEnnosri Pure 825 Second St Louisville Ky Miss ELEANOR BEUCNAP Secy 406 W Ormsby Ave Louisville Ky A Good Woman Gorio t The wife of Mr John Shown died last Monday night of pneumonia She leaves a husband several child ten si da host of relative and friends to mourn her loss but whole we feel Dr has the a of and has an by Its cures of It Is as it BO of or or and be by pea ple tear of the It or up for a and let to of Dr ir aad cures It Is a and nerve u well u a and It a and we mu will for 1 o r We be the she has to Is no more and no more but of eter nal life A Honesty is Policy7Rood Krery price and Hoar 800Mt win brings aurcw It TIE war says Or tea HOW KOTBIJQ WOIE CLC1ILY tvI bIIT thU ract and our word our belJet Our good Are to be M that I honest Our Rood are to sin that ii honest If an article ot ol our doe not Hire w will refund the money paid for the that too U Ross- Centertown baa a ot Rood la store for alt at prlcm that dety are made from roUte told plate gold fllled rold front or totld void an to Hire or th money will be II IhU ihoald reach tiling too lar from Hrown A Ito utorr or any other ot oan to their these good from Oar w will sell the good at retail to oath person under the tarn sad ddlrer bj mall We will alto wad Cons M to the rare or lists on W F Co Cur ol A Eddy Sta1 II U Facto ry la the world under pronee ol at Kal Iowa City la Urer UMX ft ol Door spar Dangerous D LiRe Opium Morphine Chloral etc which Ena Atenot Used any Shape or For pounding the Great Restorai Dr Miles N Miles Nervine been before public number years earned enviable reputation many wonderful nervous diseases perfectly harmless contains trace opium morphine chloral cocaine other narcotics poisonous drugs may taken most delicate without contracting drug habit Neither does contain alcohol other stimulating agents which built false hope time then their victims down lower depths despondency Miles Kervintu Mrepgtbens weak nerves rests tlrra nerves quiets ritated sierras diseased nerves brain food medicine Induces such great gain Lords good should greatly consoled with thought that gone that bright home beyond where there sorrow trouble sweet enjoyment PRIBND the Best dealing lroyd wlNxtxian CISTVKT demonstrate warranted curt- y repmented guaranteed ututactlon Jewelry manafactar atltaetlon article honest Brown Ky rumple assortment competition Theeeioot itotkand warranted perfect latlntactloa refunded nojloi anyone caitotner permit purchasing enitoner warranty printed Inline lewekyhow lonapplication Main Eastern Factory Friendship roTldenc Western Factory Kargnt Jewelry contraction in rest and sleep by soothing the weary brain and assisting the nerves to re gala their lost vitality You run DOI risk in clrln this great restorative aI trial for all druggists are authorized to sell the first bottle on a positive guarantee that it benefits or money will bo refunded Get a bottle today I suffered for a number of yeas fromI ipinal trouble and extreme nerrontntii mrI sleep was broken night alter night by those dreadful spells of rtitlcuntu and It teemed Impossible for me to get any relief at all except by the use of powerful drags My phy lidaD treated me but to no avail and at last I begin taking Dr Miles Nerrtnc I rot relief from the very stud and In a few months it bad made roe feel like a different man in erery way I CIA cheerfully recom send It to anyone suffering u I cldIWM MlUll box 13 Dakoo Mass The be offered fbi In Hartford on April 1900 at I d heirs of Mrs N p i Terms ol sale 612 in with bond adds toy Interest from date of IIMe Iota He near LlbettyChnrc miles East of Beaver Dam Sfl RipSoutht contains 65 acres mote or lei NO2 contains 65 acres more or Lot NO3 contains 120 acre mor less Lot No 4 contains 149 w more or less Lot No 5 contain acres more or less Lot NoV alna 84 acres more or less Elmer Barnard E Preston B L T Barnatd Thaddeus Ba Robert G Barnard Outfield Ba Cornelia Barnard John C Bmna R Bernard and Fannie B and A Stevens Ladles For relief of women C era Tans Tablets worth their we In gold A afc adcertalnmotlr- egulator Mylled on receipt of p fl MtlanoCkCO Uanta UDid Ynoyoudryyiu would always look neat and Save your Laundry lo- rymaaWllllams Agen Lau dry sled for a Leave j rI u r Office Tel Sometime- beth Toppmr WS enroui prostratloi t salad She wasuaat suffered to modi that of using morphine t- rcdiUon lasted nearly was almost a total wrgj when a lady told us abo r Inc and we began gong It to her bottles of this wonderful remedy ct if the morphine habit and removed I ile which had beta the cause of her t Slnce then the bat been a wtll wom MR AND Mts Joint A fl The above statement recarl wife Is strictly correct In every deU Liza Torrixo McKInotj- Dr Miles Tftnlae itold at on a positive guarantee rite r advice and booklet to Ds Auto MlDlCALCo Etkharttad k Rj k 1 aring the Year 1 OO TVe promise to leave no stone unturned a serve you more faithfully than ever befo Our stock at all times will be selected the most reliable manufacturers ihfl country and backed by every guarantee honest goods can command Our mottoo 1 shall be a Xittle fsees AfJ Big Sargains And we hope and believe that the people of Ohio and adjoining counties very soon Nlearn to know that they Cf I GOODS and BETTER GoJmoney at our store than anywhere else f for our prices will be found strictly in keeping with the system of Small frofite AfJ realVa eyes Cll1tlier fr 1 r 1 1 r Pat tyJl9t t llYttsYta411arLau Advance shipments have already been mad and all departments are being replenished with new and seasonable goods All lines g rapidlyg mnke room for our Spring Stock + which will r be the largest ever brought to Hartford 1 a 1 l J We have some Extraordinary Offerings e rafee ffflBI T 1 T1 ll 1 11 I 1 11 1 11111 t1 ell For this week Dont fail to call and look thro ghoWe have just received moih0F tlotof pictures prettier than any we have had heretofore We are still giving one of these beautiful pictures withcyerylO spent at our store Hoping this tore will be your store we are yours trul1 fG vt9a llrhs piarfford lY e 1 1- LvIj 7 i T2T rT TTTTcT7rT 1L T SPRINGzIk +1 j Sf i those dainty now Laces and showingIiL l 4and Insertions at 5c tt Ten pieces of fine Nainsook Edg ings and Insertions at lOc 1 ft Fifty pieces Hamburg Edgings and Insertions 5c to 75c yard t FivQlpicces of Sheer India Lin u yardyII P1CCS sheer quali I II iFijcii pieces f nicer quality India u a Villb A + oIIhdIf ftt 20cI- II JtDiL 2 e1IoIIifo U IIk ccs I Dimities Oc to 25c + I nuc1o +11 z tuitnIsi- day Ji Iat I p ra lrTrrAy trtnliur Hey J C Ie- lUplUt Churchflerlew fc NIGiHIIRT5iiOIoi vrtdiIhim nth moth t II a m aiil I AtJonl Tr lIull f f t Tuun Tr1IaII T Colfls St1b7TIorIWFotdAI y showing the iatest I d IInolltrd Il pricesrbJloormt Irit and alllndJ 39ctIPriOa 101108 Post 10 4 0 A I- LLIatvrdybforflrit8n4 btla Shlrts coltars at 17oldllllllUIII asipmrtf gIrDIrs 48c x L REA ercal Shirts collars liOrflekfi1SiZeB 14 to 17assorted wtis iOcUIattetuionirtreatiif white Shirts fancy bosom roATrORNJ c nuMtiuuisfine soft front Pique bosom OOi C as 7sorted colors 98c Very best AK quality silk bosom Shirts 8100I i I 4NCY FOR ij DAYS IRON CLAD 1 Upcli Eonr oS- Kl4a Rubber Bootsm Upon Jk Pure Gum and Strictly Guaranteed FAIR 00 i IE1ii SMAiraBB COLLINS i i1 HUrtford Ky I sF LJwl t J ITI I Deal rsl- nCelobratcd Bear Fertilizer Buggies Birdsell Wagons Blue J and Blount Plows Deering Hal vesting Machines Agents forLI Case Threshing CrtL cc Fairest Dealings Lowest Prices r Best Rigs Qivo thorn a Cal- lEverything Firstclass frolophono No 2- 8AreYou InterestedI In toe news of the day Ifso you want Jo know the lates bftpjenRIga andjeel that thc newSltauthentl The Louisville Dispatch Prints al the news wjthotit any n tpartisaBcoloring and is today the leadigpaperof Kentucky Ev qents Waited Everywhere r bolL Daily and Veek1y fir lJ 1e iptes free Address DispatchSr a UT kerafan3v t 1 tr M c t1 IGrUfin Block Corner Opposite the PostOffice HARTFORDKYDealer and Fancy Qji I jis T The very freshest and best goods sold at the very lowest PRICES I I I Invite my friends of the country to visit me when in Hartford Yours for trado B B Collins I Hartford Telepho a and Eichanga Compinr Talk bang cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks whorl you eun buy your own phonos build own lines e in talking distance with the whole county and business points generaypnlypayinK a rcrt Telephone and Exchange Coor wliohnexpunsoif Hartford Ky for particulars Vd connect with alt Independent Companies FISO S CURE EOR I Bwt Ooogh Srrnn T I latlma 8ndbr drtIt- CONSUMITION ty pro bad J 44Honest Labears a Lovely Face There is nothing more pleasing to took upon than a hearty ruddy face gained by honest toll Tne are the saving of the nation these toilers of both sexes struggling for daily bread ptiltstore Jf the Wax has I tAint or im purity or a run down feeling comes on the one remedy Is Hoods StrstpirSlt Amertcts Greatest Medictni for tilt blood Poor BIoodtv Mood WU so poor that In hottest wither I felt cold Hooft Strupjufltt nude me tojum It Is tt14j7jodi8aailt4 lever Ptsappomtt IIoo- 4IiliiI nll uiilr Um rrti i iiliiT 10 tali mlttb rprIi1L Hartford Republican FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23 X o EL RoLOCAL TIMETABLE BRAVER OAK NORTH ROUND HODTII ROUND it334iS3nnl aaillaiani33313130 p m 3013153 p m 3033103 Jh m 123IB13I p nj c c Van Acen J C Riley has hay to sell Floating Studio Is nowat Hartford Mr Rlley Felix called to see us Tuesday If you want bargains in Shoes see Carson Co Mr J W Smiley Taffy was among our callers Tuesday COAL Plenty of good coal at the Dr Miller bank lor ac and 30 Mr Lou Rogers is in Leltchfield atI tending the Populist convention We give Rocking Chairs with cash I purchases only CARSON Co For fine Photo Buttons call at the Floating Studio TelcphoneNo 13 I Mr I W King of near town was among our pleasant callers Tuesday Mr Thomas Smithof near Beda paid TUB RHPUDUCAK his regards Tuesday Dont forget to save your Laundry for Lyman Williams Telephone No 32 and6IMatter Roy Heavria has been ijute sick this week but is much improved at this time Mr Herbert Render Center town made TiiE Ruc4ta veiy agree a Ie IY M Mfgs Margaret Guenther left for Louisville Wednesday where she wilt spend several weeks Mr R B Martin was reported bet ter yesterday at noon It is hoped that hewill now recover Mr A McDaniel and brother of Olaton went to Evansville with a lot ot fine saw logs this week Why not conic to Carson Co lth your cash and get a nice Rocker or a good oak dining Chair free Messrs F G Wilson and H A Owen Olaton were pleasant callers at TUB REPUBLICAN office Tuesday Mr WH Moore will be at Rochester and Morgantown for the next ten days looking after his log business Our Overcoats and ladies Wraps are going very cheap come quick and get a bargain CARSON Co The latest novelty Is the Magnify ing Photograph Frame now at Shrm tees Floating Studio Call and see it Mr G B Likins has bought the residence of Mrs Mattie Barrett Mrs Barrett will leave in a short while for Texas Pictures wilt 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 Rev A J Williams will preach at the Central Grove Baptist church next Sunday at it a m Everybodycor dially invited to attend Mrs Eliza Gray alter spending several days with the family of Mr Ben D Ringo returned to her home at Beaver barn Tuesday Lots oi folks are coming our way to get a Rocking Chair free Get in line and take one of our chairs home with you CARSO Co In order that up may return to Hartford earlier this coming fall the Floating Studio will leave Hartford for Rochester or about March 1st We would be glad to have a copy of Tint REPUBLICAN of Jan 20 1899 Any one having same will greatly oblige ns by sealing it in and receive corapensatbi Great opportunity offered to good reliable men Salary ol 15 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 lad 29 tf Mrs Emily Shown wile of Mr John Shown near Beda died last Monday night of pneumonia fever She was a devout Christian a kind mother and R good neighbor After a short service at theresldence her rehmlniwersliiB to rest in the tim ty bur ing ground Paceto her Abbes Prom the number of logs that have passed down Rough river during this rise one might well say that prosper ity Has come even to the laborers the remotest sections of the country The river has been fullof logs tor more than ten days Verily it is a good thing to have sound men to pi lot the old ship of State STRAYED OR STOLEN From ahns pasture during the last week In Jan uary one black cow lat and heavy set dehorned and about 8 years old Any person returning this cow to us- at Render Ky will be paid for any trouble and expense they may have incurred CFNtRM COT IRON Co The Commercial Telephone and Telegraph Co has planned to build a telephone line from Livermore to Ow ensboro passing through Nuckols Livia Utica Hickman Sutherland and Pettit A line will be built from Island to Sacramento and connection made with the Vickers and Alexander Co which will give connection with Henderson Madlsonville Hopkins vllle and many other places The company propose to build this line and operate It at a ten cent rate Such an enterprise would be oi incalculable value to the people along the route mentioned and should be encouraged in every way necessary to secure its establishment The day of Telephones has come and come to stayand that community is fortunate to secure so cheap a rate as proposed by the Commercial Telephone ajid Telegraph Co Mr Haltingly who is the power be hind the throne in this enterprise should be liberally aided by the citi zens of Hartford This enterprise would afford Hartford connection with the most Important towns of western Kentucky Mr W N Martin ot Cromwell who so miraculously recovered from a third stroke of paralysis last week died Wednesday night at eleven p m Alter several years suffering from par alysis instantaneous delivery from that dread disease into the vigor of manhood was more than lie properly appteciated Confinement seemed more than he conld endure The earnest pleas ol his family could not make him realize the danger of cold and other diseases He exposed himself by being on the cold ground and in the damp air Asa consequence he contracted a severe cold which resulted in pneumonia Being weak feeble and advanced in years he was unable to battle with the disease and death claimed him as its own The inter ment will occur at Green River Ceme tery at about noon to day Funeral exercises will be conducted by Rev B F Jenkins Mr Martin had pass ed three score and ten and in his use lalDMalwas one of the most oiiid Influential menothe Cromwell country He leaves a wife seven children and and a multitude ol friends ta sustain the grievous loss Sometime ago Tug REPUBLICAN I suggested that a railroad be built con necting Hartford with the Illinois Central at Williams mines The scheme now seems to be receiving the proper attention which should have been given such an one twentyfive years ago An agreement has been drawn up whereby parties signing it agree to take so many shares at 50 per share 50 per cant of which is to be paid in and when 20000 is sub scribed and the company is properly organized Then it is proposed that that bonds to the amount of 10000 be floated secured by mortgage on the road This is the most plausible plan yet suggested to give this com tminlty a railroad It is believed that the earnings will be sufficient to pay cQ the mortgage within a few years and that the stockholders will never be called on to pay the other 50 per cent subscribed It is folly to suggest that such an enterprise would not pay and be beneficial to Hartford and the Rough River country It would open up an immense coal field just below enterprisesItford alone 50 per cent Nearly 8000 have already been subscribed and too by less than a dozen men Every proper ty owner in Hattford ought to open his heart and pocket book and speak oat in terms that mean busl nessTlloLossofOOlcflaGroat The toss ol health is more to Health is lost by neglecting to keep the blood pure but it is regained by putllylng enriching and vitalizing the blood with the great health restorer Hoods Sarsaoatilla Thousands who thought health has been permanently lost have been made perfectly wellby taking this great medicine Your experience may be the tome Hoods Pills are gentle yet always ffective v Do You Mood An Electric Bolt For the past ten years Dr J New ton Hathaway who is recogniged as the greatest of all our specialists has been perfecting electric belt suitable to use In his practice one which he could lurnifh as a patt of hlssy tem of treatment and which he could conscientiously guarantee He now abnoubcefl that he lias perfected such a belt which he believes to only perlect belt made It is light handsome lOt great power find with new attachments which make it suitable for every case lie is prepared to fur nish 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 be will write you about the belt andif you desire the Jorlnspecton 3 9 Church St Nashville Tenn tf 1441 ColiN1 ITERS AA Nash I1 c i hVI- Dam Mouda7a ec- olteielt y When am tsOaFhadon his persoaobe cotrtdollar He suceedcd In passIag terlclt on Wm Lyons Bill Della t and other parties at- Horse Branch Then coming to Beaver Dam he was caught in the act attempting to pass his bogus money He was there arrested by Marabel Rummage and brought before Judge Millet who set his examining trial for Wednesday and consigned him failing to give bond to the care ofJailor Black He waived his ex amining trial and awaits the action of the grand jury While before the court Wednesday Nash made a confession in which he said that ArtburNasb who is a nephew of his and who came from E 1 monson county not long since began- abinittwo months ago the work ol making money molds The molds were made ol plaster of Paris Nash worked on his molds until be thought they were so nearly perfect that he conVi begin coining money Alter stelijng lead and some other base met alsfor trial he then made about seven teen dollars which he thought would past He gave A A Nashabont filtetn dollars and started him out to rent bouse for the counterfeiter Mr Nash went to Horse Branch passed some of the counterfeit as abqve stated and then took the train for Beaver Dam where he was caught Njsh said that he had passed about r 50 He also stated that that was the first money made and sent outThe parties who conveyrd A A Nash from Beaver Dam to Hartford on their return found two purses in the carriage There were six dollars In one and eight dollars in the other The nly denominations made were dollars and nickels Ai A Nash has been living on the farm ol Col W H Moor near Nar COWS for six or seven years He had always conducted himself manly and enjoyed the confidence and esteem of the community which he lived His wife died about twenty years ago He has two daughters one of whom is married who are regarded as excep tlonal youngwomen The elder Nash is 40yeara old Arthur Nash who was in town to attend the examining trial of the elder Nash was promptly arrested and lodged in jail Arthur Nash is about 30 years old and has a wife and two smallchildren Y STAT8 OP OHIO ClTV OP TOLFDO + LUCAS CoUNTY J as Frank J Cheney makes oath that he Is the senior partner of the firm of IntbepaytheLARS for each and every case QI Ca tab that cannot be cured by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure FRANK J CHRNEV- Swbrn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December A D 1896 GLBASONi C Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Inter nally and acts directly on the bloqd systethSendFJ CUESEY Co Toledo O Sold by Druggists 750 Halls Family Pills are the best p Z Wayne Griffin Bro guarantee every bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy and will refund the money to anyone who is not satisfied alter contentsiworld for la grippe coughs raids croup and whooping cough and is pleasant and safe to take It prevents any tendency of a cold to result in pneumonia novleb It goes to every part Murdock Ca tarrh Cute It cures Colds Hay Fev er and all lorms of Catarrh Price r mailec on receipt ol price See adver tiseratjnt tf MURDOCK CURB Co Atlanta Ga CROMWELL KY February 21 1900 Editors REPUBLICAN Will you Jtlndly allow me space for a word in reply to an article which appeared in the Herald to day over the nom de plume ol Jay EffSee M disjointed than the flighty imagination of a child Jay Jiff See begins upaleelmoolalrltarwi and net In KTW and then bare all the Democrat In th Htate ol Kentucky placed upon one side ol caRd public highway What a spectacle that would bel Continuing he says And on the opposite Ide to have all the lle pnbllcatyi InMld State placed with the moon talnvrn at on end of the line with thrir Wlnche ten and hot gun belted around them Then take the lew rtwpectablelooklngwhltollcpnbllcfUM placed Jn the center Then take all the negro Re publican placed on the other end and tell u how many pi the rutpectable looking Republican would when they could see the crowd they were In Immediately walk over the line JAY Err Sac Would it not be agreat sight to see that great Democracy congregating on one side of that gnat public high way to crown a ret of thieves and as sassins and then are the men of honor principal pride and stability like Brown Yost Hallanin Johnston and a boit of others shaking the dust from their feet and passing over that great highway to the ranks of the Republican paltyAnd whata sight it would be to see that great Democracy ral lying around a set of public enemies and assassins ol civil Uberty while that same set stuffand steal the ballot box Ignore the will of the people and drag civil liberty through the dust ot shame and disgrace What awsight what a sight I We take it from this expression ol DOYOUGETUP WITH A LAME BACK l Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable 5Unost everybody who reads the news pipers Is sure to know of the won- derfultIJI cures made Dr Kflrners5warnRo- ottkec1r III the great kidney liver L and remedy It Is the great medl cal triumph of the nine I R teenth century dls 1 covered after years of I sg brDrnent kidney and blad der specialist and Is curinglame worstlormDr Khmer s SwampRoot Is not recommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found Just the remedy you need It has been tested In so many ways In hospital work In private practice among the helpless too poor to pur chase relief and has proved so successful In every case that a special arrangement has been made by of this paper who have not already tried it may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book telling more about SwampRoot and how to find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble When writing mention reading this generous offer In this and tKLsend your address to DrKlmerCoBlng hamton N Y The regular fifty cent and nomcSw npKoo dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists Jay Eli See that he indorses and even praises the conduct of Goebellstn He sanctions the attempted steal throughout the State the rcmoval of Republican election officers the dis franchisement of hundreds of voters in Louisville and Lexington and other places and the lying charge of tissue ballots creosote ink etc And seems to feel that counting out the Republicans and ignoring the will of the majority are In harmony with the Republican idea of government and even a blessing to the State If such be the case his conception of moral rectitude honorand freedom is as nar row and beigned ns the old mossback wh9 would call back the Jays of bond age Sanctioningthedeedsofthis latter day Demovracyos he seems tojay Efl See is placed in the attitude of actually stealing the suffrage of fellowmen and subverting the will of the people Which then be the worsethe man who steals human rights or the man who will die for his and the rights of his fellow man Heaven knows that the mountaineers negroes and respectable looking white Republicans are in far bitter company when with themselves than in the presence of men of such ideas as possessed by lay Efl See He ought to have a heart some conscience anda little brains before appeajng in print SUBSCRIBER He lanyhs best who laughs last If you take Hoods Sarsaparilla you I may laugh first last and all the time for it will make you we- llAdministrators Sale I will on Tuesday February 27th 1900 at the late residence ot James Medcalf deceased in Ohio county Kysell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder all the personal property belonging to tbe estate of said Medcalf consisting of the follow- Ing property viz 4 head of horses i lot ot sheep I milk cow and calf 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 Iarr1c 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 Allsums of 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 rffHHsHI That cough OilII dies but it does not I yield jt is too deep seated It may wear itself out in time but it is more liable to produce la grippe pneumonia or a seri throat affection need something Ious will give you and build up the bod- ySCOTTS EMULSION will do this when everything j else fails There no about it It nourishes strengthens builds up and makes the body strong and not only to throw this hard cough but to the system against IoU attacks ii you are down or emaciated you a certainly take this I nourishing food medicine ocnd lion 11 5ia Ien 1 II I SC011RIOWNEChehtsSWYokjjjj J tiisence et fiDtwiti rijl Not the least rema 0 t1H1 3Kentuckyto erect a monument to the late Mr goodcitizensof death and would not detract or pluck one laural but on the other hind we bow our heads in common with the good people of Kentucky and fervently hope that the perpetrator of the foul assassination may be brought tojustice i Hut as to the monument with due respect to the dead our heart bleeds for old Krntucky and out tears min downIlroddenposed to step gently in the presence ot death we would mildly suggest that Mr Goebel liasbullt his own monument When the life ol John L San ford went out by the hand of Mr Goebel and his blood stained the ground base or chit f pillow of this great structure whichwas bothwide and deep and when by the master band of Mr Goebel three hundred of the peoples representatives in the Music Hall Convention were ruth lessly thrown out and the henchmen ot Mr Goebel put in their places the first marble base of this great struc ture was fashioned and in his many speeches throughout Kentucky he hewed and fashioned the second marble base by his statements that you cant out count me nor yon cant count me outand in his notice of contest trying to set aside tbe will of the peoplewhen he had all the election machinery in his hands and the adoption ot rule n which is clearly a violation of the constitution oi Kentucky and the consolidation of both Houses of the General Assem bly into a convention so he could have a majority that would do his bidding he has fashioned or con structed the lofty spire to this grand monument which is also ot gigantic structure and after having possibly been murdered by a fanatic or probably by a friend of the man whose life blood stained the chle- lbaserockor corner stone ol this great structure John L Sanford he with the aid of the Chief Justice of Kentucky standing in the shadow of death pretend to assume the office of Govern or of Kentucky at a time he full well knew that such a title was a fraud and that every principle of law had been violated and every sense ol justice outraged In this last act the capsheaf or urn on this lamous tincture was placed and the monu ment has been erected and stands Ubertylovingcivil liberty stands weeping at its base The monument has been erect ed and will stand for ages to come We mean no disrespect God forbid buton the other hand wepray God that He may have been able to guide his little bark acrossthe dark river whose waves wash the shores oi eternal hap plness She has been erected Peace to his ashes Step gently in the shadow of deathOLD SCHOOL DEMOCRAT s Agents on salary of 1500 per week and expenses the greatest agent set ler ever produced every stock and poultry raiserbnys it on sight Host Reference Address with stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind 29 tf S S S Notice At I oclock Saturday March 3d 1900 we the undersigned trustees ol school district No 6 Render Ky will award to the lowest and best bidder contract for building school house in said district The district unanimous ly voted a tax for building the house Anyone will be perfectly safe in ac apecificatlons D W GWYNN I U M EvEnLY Trustees ED JONES pIWhllo There Is is HopeIi I was afflicted with catarrh could neither taste nor smell and could hear but little Elys Cream Balm cured ItMarcus G Shaulr Rahway N J The Balm reached me safely and the effect is surprising My son says the first application gave decided relief Respectfully Mrs Franklin Freeman Dover N H The Balm does not irritate or cause sneezing Sold by druggists stsocts or mailed by Ely Brothers 56 Warren St New York Weak eyes are made strong dim vision is made clearstyes are removed and granulated lids or sore eyes of any kind be and EagletEyesola on a guarantee by all dealers m IFarmWell improved and well watered Apply to R B Martin Hartford Ky j I WaiV a bIarTRYYA1S c5ItItir4sndflf lJtltn Au i 1 ge The war is ouiThed50 vermin that have docesomuc =the life of the poultryman ml tand his business unprofitable a American Lice Destroyer is the er nuiuiutUion to us I This prepaid is wonderful iii Its power and vermin Itltispoutryman needs It It Is cheap reo liable and tfii etive one package being sufficient to protect 250 fowls from i mites and lice foronejcar When this Destroyer i used profits at once increase JLice and vermin do more to kill f profits than all tcer causes combinEd- Vou know it Dont go on losing mon ey every week Imt try American Lice Destroyer You may have tried other things without successbut if this falls you can have your money back We are in this fight to i tar and will back Destroyer against any number of mites or lice you rnaybave Dontfool away money with recipes or homemade makeshifts Use scientific means The American LIce Destiuyer has been used by thousands ot poultrymen It has been on the market several years and has been tested thousands of times We know it is all right and if it doesnt do the work remember you get your money back What more can you ask If your diuggist dont sell American Lice Destroyer bes behind the age In that case send for a idb box at once Made only by American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind A Washington dispatch last week said that at a conference Bryan had consented to drop free silver and 1 6 to i We swallow this with several degrees of allowance Bryan without free silver would be like a wedding minus the bride and groom Bryan without free silver would not be Bry an Without free silver Bryan could not be nominated and the Republi cans want one more chance at him After that he will never be able to dis countyfairRenton Do You Know That you can get all kinds of Sew lug Machine supplies at the Singer office WInot Ivneers That when you buy a Sewing Ma youtakeSewingMachineturing Co worth over a hundred million dollars II you are thinking of buyiiTg a Sewing Machine that the Singer agent Gross Williams would be de ttDtopWHY HE CURES The Greatest Specialist or tbe Time Give Every Cue 1IU renoual Attention mimterDcHathaways euat which oem it alt imU r methodMethodErnrycaowIthblmlimcteuetufly I nit the electLIOOIlIOD ofthdIedeondl- tkon detennlgod Thus even cao I tented wpst tI sod modtclne umlnlitorcil which are undeCoruOrb1on breach C I I iotnopcnpiaareactedbyagrUcularuijeaeinths conequeaiirnotwopeople rIo = complain Hme way IaapcciMtotrrordli trcaU ipecUldU nawaInaprnmannerniDflil cnm ifrtem stoned out ara qowhlietn- and n piulpr cue and Imo srorododenlUpoDOODlIaUlJSpeolallr Treated pr cuc cnn edbraiir peciall tlarea Ind uniform inc eMUdaataUUllDdlTklualir teinol treatment txcIusIveyearlysmmdoctoriniiipsruotuo ot ninrflrUatbewaysmethodoltrretmenLbe of hlremedica n be iIooweii aware of the =mo be dons or IU noiilufal n of nerermIndhwrertectBloodanci Diseases Li dieaelnwbetrnrtarcure forms ot nloens ore4 blntcbem pimple elc and not only re4nrM the iSbn andMalp nataral eondlUoabatM tbe blood tbattho diMaMla permanently and =the rotom andau thlwlthoug- aintnioterlng poUODOaf or danrerouc dmn VarteVaricocoleQo I Stricture r J intOporpuntcue Ind nolDeol core No opoUnD requirsiaod Co pain or inconvenience are ezperi000e4 hr the beethnthitoltrntmensndIsbeth afe and Ibe organs to II cndiun of perfect un1Mt newItidnoy100 IUII trnabl and laeeronoM u D Dr Ibthawt new hasFflEEOttilbookwtilb WFREEJ NEWTON HATHAWAY M O- Or Ilatliamir A eo TennX4XTIOMTU18 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 for Ca tarrh In this endeavor many hundreds of nostrums have been oflered to a suffering pnbllcand the health of thousands have been completely ruined by DyspepilaSprayafected parts in this manner MURDOCKS CATARRH CURB is a new and scientific preparation and Is to be smoked in a pipe thereby the fumes and smoke going over the entire system uOecied by the disease It relieves instantly tbe worst forms of Asth 1 ma Bronchitis Hay Fever Colds in the Head and all forms of Catarrh no matter what shape and cures whrn treatment is continued for teasonable II time No matter how little you are affected dont delay treatment Catarrh comes olten from simple colds Like all new and valuable preparations you will find others saying theirs are just as rood Beware ot Imitations as they sue woithless tSTWE ONLY ASK A TRIAL TO CONVINCE Mailed to any address prepaid on receipt of price Put up in tin boxes 100 per MURDOOK CURE CO box j treatment for 30 days isy ATLANTA GA i EwiELcJ cG EJCJI1 ftIcen tnoeon=CQ C TRANSFER LINECXWcC v =A =rQnc AUC CAvcn CA IIELPcPw KYA FAST AND EASY RIDR IN THE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED q i I I ce t f1 y v q ItppPrr J r rf Kind You Have AlWays Bought and which has been use for over 30 years has Lome thQ signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision slnco Its Infancy S Allowiio one to deceive you In this All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgooti two but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infhuts and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Oastorla is u harmless substitute for Castor 011 Pare gone Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic riubstnncc Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Fevcrishness 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 The Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Signature of ttioThe KM You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe eeTAU eoMrMiv TT UUOT UTUII NIX YOCtTV AT THE RATE OF 4sAT For tilt OLDEST and BUST AF TERNkON Newspaper In the South The Louisville Evening Post Contains 10 12 or 16 pages dally Compltte Uallv Markets All the Abstracts ol the Opinions ol the Court ol All the- Washington Nl1ot ewI EVERYTHING THAT A DAILY NEWSPAPER SHOULD CONTAIN EveningIott The Rates Are- S 100 for Three Months 1150 for 51 1 nonthf 200 for One Year 311 copies for 200 cents send postal card for sample cop I PATENTS GUARANTEED Our fee returned If we fait Any one endlnl sketch and description of Invention will concerningthePatent lent requeit Iatenta secured through ui adTCrtlledur sale at our ntcnta taken out through u receive speciaL noUtt without charge In TUB PATENT RECORD an Illustrated nod circulated Journal consulted by Manufacturers and Investors Send aample copy FREE Address VICTOR J EVANS A CO Parent Attorneys EvanaBulidlog WASHINGTON D C J Smith Premier Tabulatinga- nd Billing Machine An liver Ready Ellectlva Time and Labor 1Ior5 Simplifies Dill Making and figures ot dlllercnt columns wrltlnJtI It In no way Interferes typewriter for usual lines SIN rOR DtteillPTIVC VAVULATOH CATALO4UC Vj The Smith Premier Typewriter Co 215 5th St Louisville Ky J General Directory CONGRESSIONAL Senatorslion William C Lind say Hon W J Deboe Representative Fourth District Hon D H Smith STATE LEGISLATURE Representative Ohio County Hon R C Jnrnagm OHIO COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT Hon W T Owen JudgeOwens boroHon J Edwin Rowe Attorney Owenaboro T H Black Jailer Hartford S A Anderson Clerk Hartford Rowan Holbrook Master Commit sionelHartfurd G B Likens Trustee Jury Fund I Hartford 8 T Stevens Sheriff Hartford D M Hooker T H Ben TinsleyCourtMarch and August and continues three weeks and third Monday in May and Novembertwo weeks COUNTY COURT JudgeHartfordM M L Heavrin AttorneyHartford I IC urt convenes first Ionday in each month I QUARTERLY COURT Begins on the second Monday in I each monthCOURT OF CLAIMS I Convenes first Monday in January and Tuesday after the second Monday i in OctoberOTHER COUNTY OFFICERS I SurveyorGI Fon Rogers School Supt I CoronerSulphurSprings JUSTICES COURTS T A EVANS Court will be held at FordsvJIle on March let June lit September let and December 18th B F GRAVES Court will be held at Buiord on March 30 June 29Sep teuiber 28 and December 21 S J WELLFR Court will be held at Sulphur Springs on March 28June 27 September 26 and December 23 H B YIoIICourt will bo held at Cromwell on March 3 June 2 September lend December 1 ItiNECourt will be held at Centertown on February 13 May 29 August 28 and November 1 Preston Morton Post No4 G A R hold their regular meeting Saturday before the first Sunday in each I month in Court Hall at i oclock p m W A CARSON Com JOHN C CHAMBERLAIN AdjtI 5s WantedAn Idea Who eanthtnk Protect your they may bring uealth Write MJ tCO Patent Altar oejs Washington o u for tbtlr Slu pets oner end uu cl two hiindml Inventions A Free Trip to Paris IMllsble pfrsonsotame ethnical orlnveDtlTemlDd dmlrlng a trip to Exposition with good wiltlIc 311 rru- I Ring out the old Ring In the new Ring out the false Ring in the true We bring to you the new and true from tho piney forests of Norway DR BELL- ISPineTarHoney Natures most natural remedy Improved by science to a Pleasant Permanent Positive Cure for coughs colds and all Inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial Tubes The sore weary coughworn Lungs are exhila rated the microbebearing mucus Is cut out the cause of that tickling Is removed and the Inflamed membranes are healed and soothed so that then Is no inclination to cough SOLD BY ALL GOOD DRUGGISTS Bottle Only 25o GOo and 100 Slifl BE SURE YOU GETd a Dr Bells PiaeTarHoney Hartford Republican i FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23 FIRST IN THE WORLD No Load the Nations In tHe Drinking of Cofferer We are the greajKtcofTee drinkers- In the world In 1897 we used 636 000000 pounds of coffee This was 0000000 pounds more than was consumed by all the combined countries- In Europe We have increased our consumption of coQee during the past tear at the rate ol more than a pound per person and we now use fully filly pounds annually for each person Iii the United States The amount spent for this coffee Is norraous During the last ten years we have paid out S750000000r 87 000000 per annum for coffe alone The larger part of this money has been paid to Brazil But it is sale to say that there is a good reason behind this enormous consumption of coffee and the revolution which has taken place in the colT e trade of the United States during the last twenty years Is an excellent illustration oi the prlncl pIe that Americans and American skill can bring prices to so low a point that the greatest luxuries maybe erjoyed by the people of this country at the smallest cost Thirty years ago there was not one pound of roasted crffte sold in thla countrywhere now there are forty In those days retail grocers bought and sold coffee in its green state and each consumer roasted it lor himself- In an iron pot over an ordinary tire- Of course it was impossible to obtain uniform results from such crude methods and from lack of experlcnce and stupidity the coffee was far less pal atablebut there was one great advan tage in this method viz that the coffee was freshly roasted and did not have time to lose the aroma and perfect strength by being exposed to the air This is a feature of the coBei question to which too little attention has been paid Roasted coffee loses in quality and aroma from the very moment it leaves the roaster lilt can be kept in a tightly closed recep tacle this is largely avoided but It ought never to be placed in a wooden box or bin possessing any odor for nflee is peculiarly susceptible to snr rounding odors and when exposed to the air all its delicate aroma is rapidly dissipatedThere a very famous brand of coffee now before the public called Lion Coffee which has come into favor with consumers not alone because of Its mtlty and high quality but by reason doubtless of the fact that imme dlately alter roasting in the mills it Is tightly closed in a sealed package practically air proof Thus the aroma Is carefully preserved All adultnra lon is impossible No impurities can creep into the closed package and full weight is absolutely guaranteed Without a word being spoken the purchaser of a package of Lion Codec has his guarantee oi correct weight uniform quality absolute purity and unsurpassed aroma and strength at no extra cost Everything is reduced to- 3n exact system and it is little wonder that Lion Cofiec today is rapidly supplanting the old favorites of the last ten years It is truly a remarkable brand Grown on the uplands at a level ol nearly 1500 feet above the level of the sea it is cultivated with great care and unceasing attention Immense capital has been expended to develop this most famous of all coffees Very recently the Lion Coffee mills at To ledo have been reinforced by very large millsnewly erected in Brooklyn- N Y The Brooklyn mills are equipped with every latest appliance for carrying on the business in the most scientific way The purchaser of Lion toffee may be assured that he is buy lag nothing but coffee that it is of the highest gradeDnd that from the standpoint of economy hecould not mrke a better choice The preservation ol its roma and its wonderful natural strength combined make it a most delicious beverage A single pound makes forty cups This is a record which very few other brands can at taln If our readers have never tried this really remarkable codec we urge them to do so without a days delay orpontlno Boat to Break Ocean Record James Gresham of Brooklyn is preparing to build the first ol his serven tine boats for tile syndicate headed by- W J Arkell It is expected that this type of boat will cross the ocean In less than three days driving itself like a screw through the water at the jjtte of 60 miles an hour and it is the intention ofthe syndicate to try to procure the contract for carrying the transatlantic malls Mr Gresham believes his- boat which Is toUe built at Newport News will be ready for her ttial spin- In about six months The Gresham boat will probably be- the strangest looking craft thit ever sailed the sea It Will look more like a sea serpent than anything else with a body like au elongated Rugby football and a prow and stern curving up Into the air like the eds of an ancient alUry Around the ho Jy will he the I lj pplwl lUngc which ii to cl e tn it- its forward motion ns the outer ahel- lrftlie hIp revolves rapidly Tb boat ill COOlIt rsf two are ions one within Ihe ntlirT The innti hiIi will be shaped like H cigir roun 1 II- Ithe middle and tapting to n poll t t 1 eynd A7oundrewill extend from orf and alt rning upward and outward like ai Lana neck ft will termlnateHidrhopen mouth which will bena notlator of the ship Around theV a gallery This will be iwclCk of the ship the only open place in the whole vessel The after gallery will be used for the wheelbouse and the orward balcony for the bridge This Inner hull will be swung like- a hammock in the outer ahell which completely envelops it letting only the bow and stern protrude It rests on ball bearings which Mr Gresham says reduce the friction to almost nothingAll machinery is stowed in the bottom ofthe inner hull so as to hal sure it and keep it stationary Pene trating the lower section of the hull Is a revolving shaft which is geared to the outer hull By revolving this ihaft the outer shell Is spun aiouni the inner hull Around the outer hull is wound the great stell flange which is the maid principle oi the device This is the great Archimedean screw said Mr Gresham to me yes terday Archimedes said that ihe had room fora fulcrum he could 111 the earth Well in this case we make the wattr our fulcrum The hull of the boat operated Irom within re volves and the flange drives the vessel forward I should say the speed of snch a boat is limited only by the strength of the material used in Its constructionThe we intend to build wit be 50 feet long n feet in diameter In the middle will weigh about 1 1 I II tons and have a displacement of less than four tons It will be built oi fine steel and the flange will be eleven Inches wide at its widest part Three revolutions would drive the boat its own length We would prob ably run her at 100 revolutions a minute although I believe we could make 400 turns But at 100 she would be making a speed of 60 miles an hour and would crass the Atlantic in less than three days Mr Gresham will not disclose the nature of the power he will use In turning the vessel He says it is a secret power of his own discovery New York Herald a Ifthe reader of this should chance to know of any one who Is sublect to attacks ol bilious colic he can do him no greater favor than to tell him of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It always gives prompt relief For sale by Z Wayne itifllu Bro m Paris is in great luck to have a year of such widespread prosperity for her exposition as it is probable more peo pie will be able to make an extensive holiday trip this summer than ever before in the history of the world San Francisco Call 1 ps- I think I would go crazy with pain were it not for Chamberlains Pain Balm writes Mr W Ii Stapleton lerminie Pa I have been afflicted withrheumatism for several years and have tried remedies without number but Pain Balm is the best medicine I have got hold of One application relieves the pain For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m A shoe manufacturer in Brockton Mass stated one day this week Tomorrow I shall open in London- on a principle street one ol the lar gest stores in that great city for mens shoes Other American manufuctur ers are able to compete with the best products of the boot and shoe Industry- In France and Germany It is very strange how all such things as this come only in Republican times and yet the Democrats say that Republic canlm has nothing to do with 11- Des Moines Ia State Register a There is no better medicine for the babies than Charabetlains Cough Remedy Its pleasaut 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 used 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 ns soon as the croupy cough appears will prevent the attack In cases ot whooping cough it qucfies the tough mucas 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 1 The several thousand workingmen who received advances in their wages last week will of course ignorantly attribute it to prosperity How ex cesslve foolish There are statesmen traveling through the countrywho could easily explain the absurd folly of such a delusion Ojwego N Y Times 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 I was mtintly coughing and trying to expel something which I could not I became alarmed and alter Riving the lecal doctor n trial bought a bottle of hambetlafiin Cough Remedy ard the leriul wait immediate improvement and alter I lad used Ihtee bottles my lungs wtrc mtired to Ihjrlr healthy st le It S Klward P1h- Iiher 01 The Review Wynnl HI Sold by Z Wayne Gnffin Bro m Thete is plenty of work for Can jrels to do Inasmuch ns this IIt RepublicAn CongrtSM the prubibilitlr PtorirIiiWalkers Tonic is the link that picks- lip the vital force of min in lila tun- Iiswi ileand hinds him to health and ienilh bv trcuixriHtintr ihp Drain vultiinif the aetian nt the Heml m1 nuuiblting the Neivous 8y tem sm I WHO ARE THEY It Is tho Wago Earnors Who FavorthoAbandonmontS It is remarkable says the Democratic Reading Telegram how rapidly the Republicans are abandoning their ideas of Protection andadopting the Democratic idea of a Tarifl Is it indeed An everyday study oi the newspapers of the United States in which political conversions are noted along with the other develop ments of the times falls utterly to bear out this theory of the Reading TelegramBut we lose the generalities In which theTelegram apparently lIves to deal and be more specific Who are these Republicans and WhoI do they live Are they among the employes Reading Iron Company whose wages have fonr times been raised since the enactment of the Dingley bill Are they of those over at the Leb anon mills who have had three In creases in the same period of time Are they in the anthracite regions where in spite of grievances which ought to be redresed there have been a number of advances during the last six months Or are they out in the Cumberland Valley where the Franklin Repository says that every wheel Is turning time and overtime in the Pittsburgh reg ions where the Carnegles and the I ones and Laughllns and theSchoens I with many others voluntarily Increased I the rate of their employes I payThe Telegram is a good newspaper It Is conducted usually with intelli gence and good sense But In this matter it Is as far wide of the truth as it is possible for any paper to be and a second thought certainly would bring it around to realization of that fact Philadelphia Inquirer T Advance Agontof Disaster Col William J Bryan took pains InI a speech at Columbia Mo on Satur day night to deny a report that he ever wrote a letter favoring a Protec live Tariff on wool Mr Bryan might follow up this statement with a general attack on all Tariffs If he proposes a repetition of the experience of 1893now is the time to let the people know it About this time next year if Mr Bryan should by 1 any chance be elected every business J entet prise will be shortening sail to be ready for the coming panic Just like the one that followed the election of Grover Cleveland on a Free Trade platform in 1892 As the advance agent of disaster t Mr Bryan wilt be an Interesting figI ure if trots very attractive to voters who hope that the century will openI with prosperity Buffalo NY j As employment increases and wages rise the prisons begin to lose a large- per cent of their inmates Idleness and want cause many persons to com mlt petty offenses that they may live The honest man in enforced Idleness often fares worse than criminals Norwich Conn Bulletin ILLS ouserlho tor B pld liver and cure biliousness sick I headache Jaundice nausea Indices tlon etc They are In valuable to prevent a colder break up a ever Mild gentle certain they are worthy your confidence Purely vegetable they can be taken by children or delicate women PrIce 25c at nil medicine dealers or by mall of C 1 HooD A Co Lowell MOM andWalikey cured at home Railts with- outM pals Book of par DPIU tleulara sent PEEBR BM WOOLUY Co UM IN KerU Pry IP a I DROPSycUUDwIh uM tablt ared I In tel days at lev t two thlnl nf all symptoms remor rd Testimonials and TER DAYS treatment free D2 B B CRSrJS SOBS Box K Atlanta Oa Illinois Dtral at1road 1 BEST AND MOST POPULAR ROUTE TO Memphis New Orleans AMI AII 1MIIXTN IN t LllUAMNArl TEXtS MEXICO AND OAMrOKMA Gas 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J tJal1 w- An opportunity to get tluMisauli nf dllar tn u n i il v Tlll MilIi1S VEEln APPEAL to the making the first curttvt or JIrL irii c IIC M on tl e numbur df bereceived In Memphis from September t IW9 to unit luoluili l IX IWiJ the only provIsion beiug tb and every guess must bo by 60 oonU for a year it Kibiiriptloi to THE MEWS WEL iiOAL AP E1 THE GREAT NEWS FARM AND FAMILY JOURNAL OF THE SOUTH The first correct or nearest correct guess on tho number of btlex of cotton rocclr U In Memphis from Septcm 1 1899 to and including April 15 VIM will bo nuxnUil In a lilt a ulowslIt tha guess U received during January I It tho fuesa Is rrcclTeil doris tVjrutrr II the goes b recelted during March 3500 in Cash S2000 in Casii SlOOO in Cash j TIlE MEMPhIS WEEKlMMELtC1AI APPEAL is tlio greatest nows farm nd family Journal of the I United States At only 60 cents n year it gives ton and twelve pages wookly of news two pages of specially pe pared farm matter by Prof S Mt Tracy a woman nnJ ehilJronH dupurtruent by Mrs Jano Howard a rellgloCA- pago with Dr Talmngos Sunday sermon and a Sundnvgehool lmoi a short story and a continued ttory the latest market reports Washington gossip and many columns ot mUcollanoous MOWS and InformaUon Instructions Concerning tho Contests S Each and every guess must be accompanied vno cool lor- aI yearesubscriptIon W the Memphis Weekl rumorl1 goes ml1l bo seat In tbo same cnTclopo that co- nislntbemoneypYthZ for tbo lutucrlptlon It cannot bo re corded nnleaa Ibis la compiled with Leaving guess out of letter or forgetting to make juess whets subscription tent will not entitle U to IHt 10 later With erenr subscrIption the Birurea ot the rueta nmtt be wrttten very plainly Under no lrcumltanCOln fur no reasoa will a rues be alter It has been recorded on our book Use when coincident but U Ii not nvceuarr ta use- thecoupon endltyoudonol Itmpit Sap Iguosslhonumber lpIIijtour subscription to The Mcmphta Weekly Comnurclal Appal m I Remit by poetofflee money or expreaa money order or regis uHod lattOron nn Closes on March 31 1900 the guess U to be on the Dumber ot bilea to Memphis from Sept 1 1899 to April IContest IheosetlffgUreIOt the 2einDbt1 CotS be the ficuraa upon which the contest la order to help every one to ann clotely to make a elSe gores the receipts In below the dates mentioned for the put lire 10 mslr pbllKaBbererbattaerrothwJ tna fe1Mlt April iClKM MtOII- Haatbtrl of balM ef settee rmltr la Mtaiph- UrnnfepJ I isas te April U lasS H- IIfrrrrottra mrlie4 Ii phb- naifKatr I ISMUJprll It 111 tlttllR- anteri of Ota ereolteanrriTM I Jfs i liU- rnssfttpt 1 117 U April I IMS lUStS Neuter or tn efnttea irli 4 I mpal- trrosifetLS I IMS II April It ISM T15U f ie wUI b esrded whir peetacek show itinr woo all04 stir thai March at SEND FOR A FREB SAMPLE COPY I Make remittance payahla to and address THE WJCKKIY COMMKHCIAI A1TKAI MeMpklt Tea Nasal OATARRH BBSSJo all Its stages thee ahooi be cleanllne- uElji Cream Balm rlesnooosoothesandhulathe IIcnrta catanh and drhta la the head 1icoi4 Cream Slams II placed Into the nottrlla ipraada DYer the membrane and li absorbed Relief is In- indlits and a rare follows It U not dryingdote not prodnca sneezing Large Size M cents U Drug l tt or by maU Trial Size 10 ccnU by null ELY BROThERS M Warren Street New York D tKKThe Leading Specialists of Amellcaj 20 YEARS IN OHIO- 250OOOJlRED WECURE EMISSIONS y Nothing can Uj mur iltuoralitllii U yonnzur inlJdlf icJ men than the core of these nightly losses They C produce veakneM nerroninera a feellni I lymptomsTheytUe sot ioclsi Sso matter whether cauc1 by sell habit In youth natural weakness or Minal excesses our lie Method Treatment will poiltlrcly cure run I NO CURENO PAY Reader you need help Early abut or youJixposuran not rare till MIred Our New will cute you You run BO risk 250000 CURED young Man Yoa are pale teeM and baffurdi rTOUI Irritable and ex citable Von become forgetful raoroie and blotches and plmplei elooplogformthe bliiht of your exliten- ceWECUREV RICOCELE mailer how serious our esie may he orhowlnrgyoumsyhavehad It oar NEW MK1I1OU 1UEATMKNT will euro II The wormy vein return to their normal condition and hence Ibd lexual organs receive nourlib menu The orrana become rltallied all unnatural drains or loiwi cram and manly powers return No temporary but a cur assured JIlltAaTION FRoM IILJLIINES J CURES GUARANTEED we treat and cure BYIlllLlH IIIjIlIO II IJIIOTKNCY BTHIUftlRB MIVAHCOCELINj NAt IOSS KID NBY dlseaie UONBUIiTATION FIIKB nooK FRKE CIIAHQKS MODERATK If nnahle to rail for a QUICTION BLANK for ilOMK TUEATMENTE XCI- 9iKENNEDYS KERGAN 122 W FOURTH CINCINNATI STImP A F K LYONS LAXATIVE J I SYRUPNATUREQ CONS1IFATION Is made from the choicest extracts of vegetables and fruits contains no In b tIle best pre forIlhCIf you do not like i better than any- lax3t1vo you have ever use a your moneyrAn well at tcn OAC nTI It liEN tIUIW A fO llnmlrr Ky J IIHIIII nNIlHrll rdltvIt H IlKAN NniplitirHprlmtn Ky I A Htl111 it 141 Ralph H II IIJUNThat Lama hack can to furea ltb- Dr MUm NERVE IbABTCIt Only Sic 12 Itmimilinil Tllisi Tile papereanbontIoaDya- ddress and Ule guess Ondlle4 to you Wlnnera to Whom We Have Paid Prize Iii fIAt reset The Mmphla Weekly OoDllllerclt Appeal baa ICld lIIn thuuaa I dt4Isrs noo11 plle In every Instance p57 lattnaprli aprjinptr We gie below the names ot a law of those w 0 haTe woo am ill Jortunei from The Weekly Oommenlal Apsai an3ou can welt 17 tt guoers lad thywiit let OU tb t tbe reetvdibeir wIsH Stoma thoMemgts Yeekiytimmcrclatipp4 II flUnCanCMUdSO Ark tI600JQ colantaFib Pajucsh i 130w Ilt It IrlneiIiCI Mi IA 11 Powlkea T nn IMO Mla Willie Wallace Fa JtitkIkthauytalned pits la rarlum contesu ranging from 110 to k k jd kf SEND GUESS AND KCUITTAKCX IN SAWS tETTXa I torn that ho numluol bait ft cotton received In Mel4 from KtpL I tW or prll ft IMi will bt n r Send paper to- Pi ostoSfl County Eater ueta to Potlofflce USE TillS couro vri It filled oat properiy U laaot owes t JReap J The word cheap La two meanings cheap price When I use the word It egotismIts business Ive built up the section of the country just by sticking to Highest Grades and Lo V And I could not have done that If I had deed the WuAi Of course I sell some lowgrade shingles but even on 1 1 cheap same as on the higher grades BEBEoABETaEP I Common grades 5ln dimension Cypress Shingles Sr 7 ft1uvNo i Yellow Poplar Shingles Sa 10 1000 Best Star A Star White Cedar Shingles f 85 per 1000 Best Red Cedar Shingles 3 10 per iooo Grade for grade these prices cannot be equalled My Cedar Shi guarantee not to crack warp or curl up at the butts When put o they lay flat and stay that way They make the best roof Then yo any amount of any kind of shingles and want them at the lowest prig and see me about it Write If you cant call NBIJILDUUTlieo DB El o3atl3pJ I It will cost you 50 cents extra to ride all dayjr Cotton Belt Pirlor CaM Car 25 cents for a half t4n a I large 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