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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tLiTSb1uig Ra1ese 4 LootoTlBe Commercial oni ear lortM Tr1 CoorleislonrnM 115 125DTolldo Ohio Iliads T lis Tb 1b ItoI1II1DrrlalAIIII Itt Work a Specialty I OFFICIAL OBGAS OF JiE PAEITIK JHB FODBIB CONGRESSIONAL DISIBICI tJP fORHARTFORD KY Y MARCH 9 1900 d mi IvIaK WIc Jnrnarfn Otolo Cottaty Ce nowYcon nut llowan holbrook Master Von HWHkertfiJotltT H vcoa In March thirdrVTV JviItlaj lII fctcoad Monday In October HbroYi1I1IRo1f11tIA heattbFWityuajtieam Court 14DmbrlIAalfdtSeptsubrSepteinberII asUnbertnbaI tv IIt OIaloi1 Staw JfOlDAIleIiJIIICI1I nollfloMB Oe rvlc U R rkirra SouthServices third Sunday la Kith month at II a m and Ti in and fourth ldAJ at I p ra Irarer miwunn ererr Wedaea day ercnlair iler J C 1etrte Vector llaptkt hnrtht Mln held aecond Huodaln Mthnotthat II a tu and r p nt lrayer net UKenrrTkan 4erealafr IterJW Vallaod Inxbam Tutor School Trailmi llanlordJu P Ulllrr J 8 ID W II W II ltaolJ Vr II K Thomas MatttnglyV A O r W mwU wcond and fourth WcdiM daralxhta Kilxau orEq Unwt H ond and fourth t- anl1 alibi Klibtuf Honor lDta Int and third Katar- 6t i brd Lodge Ko 111 r A A Mason flnt Mftv JT bight In each month Iloegh lUvet iode So 11 Ishtaolltbllmeet ever Tnwd night lTMtoa Mortonir Ko 4 O A It Bold erg tier meeting Hatarda brlon nrtt Hnndaj la each nntkAU Mnbn of tim mptctlra lodge an Invited to attend all meetIngs Pm W Q6IIDlY nl M L HEAVR- INKttorneyat Law HARTFORD KY will pmrtlra hU prolnulon la all the courts ot Ohio sad adjoinIng eonntk Court olAprHperUI sheehan given to collection C E SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW has fElinE IY Will bU In all the courts ol Ohio sad adhointagronntlesafldlOurtot Appeal rialatteaUoa airea to all t to bU race Offle la Co A1t5 once In conrthotu JOHN r BONE- 1ATTORNEYAT LAW rItiTowK lay Win hlJl la all the courts of Ohio sad adlolnlncraiotleiaadCoartof Appeal Hpedal attentIon given to collectIons P L FELIX TTOUNEY AT LAW NHARTroItn ItT- Wfltprietiesitb court ot Ohio ennnty and 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his taro Collections a specialty JNO B WILS- ONAttorney at Law r HARTFBD KY 1jlIsIsIls4nton gtv a to rollecUoni making also Notnfl tubilo for Ohio coon 1fo aide pollU ailnaiw EF NEAL AtPrneyatLawHARTFORD KY In all the rort ol f10 andItnlra Klren to collection INGp- 1 UOR at uW KY all the court of jiutlM and the Court bt Ap ntlon Kirch to all bnnlnm ffloeln Kiruntieiii building WEDDING urOed I 11Wtlve sIivetic4 fur sale at our enpenee sprea1utcharge 122tJIlenuficturernIplecopyFREg AdlrC i C TORif EVANS CO- IstcntAttorneps I Iiig WASHINOTor D IiUWiIjrl t III prrsuIIhlFysnIeipnIi For Y thai = uisvTab1etwoidclcan rc1 Asale nndcLOCALTnitnr MaJed on r ut4RTII Ho RDOCK Cwu red 2i2i3ot- lNgeS 204453 p- J S r cJ THE HARTFORD KEPTJBJC il4 88 oo Q6 CROfULA Fire and Catarrhf If there is a fire in your cellar you put It out with wattr If the flames areln the kitchen I you use water again If the fire Is located In I the second story water is the agent to subdue it If In the attic water is stiU your salvation Fire is fire and no matter where lo cated water puts it outr Your body is a house of many stories It is lined throughout with a marvelously sensitive mucous membrane Whenever this membrane becomes irritated or inflamed the result laveCatarrhf Bronchitis is Catarrh of the bronchial tubes Pneumonia is Catarrh of the air cells of the lungsHeartburnstomach Kidney troubles arc Catarrh of the kidneys Biliousness is Catarrh of the liver Lcucorrhoea is Catarrh of the pelvic organs in women Almost everyone has Catarrh in some for- mPeruna is the name of a medicine that cures Catarrh in any part of the body the same as water extinguishes fire in part of a house It is a long tried specific for Catarrh in every complication and phase It restores the delicate pink membrane that lines thevin side of the bOdy to a perfectly normal coMi tion and thus makes the sick well It is a universal remedy for that universal disease Catarrh It is the only true Catarrh cure known to medical edcnce EXSENATOR JO C BLACKBURNS TWO F0NBRAL ORATIONS I p- BYSCM I I TIME April 14 1895 Covlngton and February 10 1900 Frankfort IEnter exSenator Blackguard attended by a crowd ol citizens He ascends I the platCormlI I Hint CitizenPeace hoi The noble exS has ascended I Second Cltiien Poor soul his eyes are red with weeping I Third Citizen Say rather with wine and Redwine Wii1 i IFourth Citizen With Bourbon rather one of three product lot which I Kentucky Is world renowned especially of the ex Senators school I Second Citizen Enough of that fusty musty chestnut Peace the noble exS has ascended I Third Citizen Has gone op you mean I BxS B Countrymen and lovers lend me your ears My heart Is like I to burst with grief My brains on fire ISecond Citizen Ply him vitb a little Bourbon The Bourbons it is said I f rjiot nothing and learned nothing The modern lovers of Bourbon never I forget their little toddles ft IThird Citizen Little indeed conten F tloly I thought thou Wlllt a I fellow of some spirit Why doth his Weeping Verbosity make so wry a I face I Second Citizen Perhaps he means to sing Comln Through the Rye I Poor old sheep He needs someshepherd to lead him Into green pastures by distilled waters UxSI carry in my bosom- S cond CItizenTwo flasks nx8A two fold sorrow traced on the tablets of my heart Also traced on foolscap I have lost two dear friends for whom I have prepared separate and distinct funeral orations which would draw tears down Plutos iron cheek One of them I on Col John Sandlord the other on Senator Goebel Which one will you have First Citizen Well hear both and drink our liquors mixed The one on Sindlord first EE 81 Will some one kindly pass me a handkerchief Second CitizenTake a Trip to Chinatown and borrow Wetland Strangs handkerchief from which yo n can wring a spring flood Senator Djohn Sandibrd was to me like a brother I loved him boo hoo boo I hope Gawd may spare me and I shall make It my Hfea mis slon to avenge him by burying his slayer in the depths of merited public ex ecration Cries boisterously and wrings his handkerchief Second CitizenDont worry so about it Joe Comfort thy great sympa thetic soul First CItizenNow let ns hav you speech at Gpebela1nneral when you were the Beckham legislators chief mourner the chosen official usurper of the Democratic Grand Council Asses Wetyour whistle Joey and let her go Senator BBulJd here over his grave a mighty towering granite shaft that shall defy the corroding touch of time Inscribe on it an epitaph that shall be worthy of the man He earned this at our hands Ir life and death he was consecrated to the peoples cause IIliean honest life and gave his tile for your deliverance 01 him no eulogy but truth may say Earth never pillowed upon her bosom a truer son nor heaven opened wide tier por tala to receive a manlier spirit i i Second Citizen Horrible Now if poor ex Confederate Colonel Sandford could hear this second funeral oration h could exclaim with Rip Van Win le when he found himself clean forgotten a his old home alter the long re pose of Sleepy Hollow How soon we are fogot when we are gone I But no wonder Our weeping Senator always would write God with a little j and pronounce It Gawd Blessed are the pur in heart tar Joe wilt never I see him H calls on his Gawd in vain so often that I think it would be a aomlort to him not to think ot Gnd aa Dame Quickly said FTOfcl CltlzenWII1 exS gp to the United States Senate And under KlClMfjyKno Taylor the peoples Governor or Sancho Pnz Beckham oIlfttldOfAf1 Bffrla t not Jcowhow the Senators will vote There Is Ih111rIi ti 1f lg tiil1idw his nose ruS pulled It roklblrldIa t1UmorMI I Jnea ndof beverage at all tIUCHTARIKBBATER DAW rarelyrocvergn s ge i PuNItNAUtt r ip m m litffIeiflltO t f1iJm ef O r information lIt1I1j neweboya foIgtlUe i will bo lent S UPOb naJ dIMple Uielr addret It it if jnitlcCtorCoAt ftII rxtl UlafyprO had beellthelr Ii the opportunity JJ N r = I Eminently Satisfactory cj Mrs CallerYou have had the same physician a long time havent you Mrs Groceree Ten years Mrp CallerlIe must be very antis factoryMrs Groceree He Is he always takes his pay in groceries from our store Detroit Free Press My mother suffered with chronic diarrhoea for several months She was pttendcd by two physicians who at last pronounced her case hopeless She procured one 25 cent bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Uemedy and five doses gave her permanent relief I tAke pleasure in recommending it as the best on the marketMrs F B Watson Aiken Ala Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m sa1 Had Booh There Boforb Mrs Gillian Now MraWyckoff we really must say goodby Dear while you put your overcoat on I want to tell Mrs Wyckoff secret Mr Gillian All tight Ill just go and get my hair cut and meet you at the cornerN Y Press Hylers DyspepsiaTablets pleasant easy to take and give parmanent relief 30 days treatment r Mailed on receipt of price tf MDBDOCK CURS Co Atlanta Ga Loading Upti It- i MIst DeMuIr Papa this is Mr Galloperno I mean Mr Pacer The Young ManI beg pardon but my name Is Trotter Miss DeMnir So stupid of me I knew it bad something to do with horses though Chicago Tribune It is very hard to stand idly by and see our dear ones soTer while awaiting the arrival oi the 6octor An Albany N Y dairyman called at a drug store there for a dcctor to come and see his child then very sick with croup Not finding the doctor in be leftword for him to come at once on his return He also bought a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy which he hoped would give some re liei until the doctor should arrive In a few hours he returned saying the doctor need not come as the child was much better The druggist Mr Otto Scholz says the family has since recommended Chamberlains Cough Remedy to their neighbors and friends until he has a constant demand for it from that part of the country For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m She Do know remind rn aTCentucky thoroughbred Heflow pray She Yon have such good staying qualities Harlem Life I We have saved many doctor bills ChambrrlalnllCough whenever any of my family or myself begin to catch cold we begin to use the Cough Remedy and as a result we never have to send away for a doctor and incur a large doctor bill for Chamberlains Cough Remedy never medlIcineMearklc General Merchant and Far mer Mattie Bedford county Pa For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Why Ho Declined Tenspot has written letter declin ing to a candidate for congress for I dont know that anybody had asked him to be a candidate That is the reason why he has de cllnedTown Topics When a Chinaman becomes criminal be law punishes hU scuts and even the grand fiZrrparents This is orol rrextreme logical application of doctrine of hered ity In this country we leave nt ff ural law to deal t with jts own offenses and a mother is punished through t e V physical weak ness peev ish nlhnrinvrWom err through ignorance enter the marriage state already disordered irregularity of the periods The delicate and organ pecu liarly feminine are in no condition the shock which Is consequent on the change Drains that are offensive and debilitating are ret up inflammation and ulceration with female trouble are added in time and when motherhood conies the of body is inadequate and the condition of wiiul unfit for the responsibility The natural result is a child that unhealthy and Happy wiCehQl healthy motherhood Clhildreflahl follow the use of IrPierceVFavorite Prescription It stops the drains allays heals ul ceratlon cures female trouble soothes the nerves and the delicate female- organt in a condition of perfect health Sirs Annie Blacker or 6 Street le N V writeai Your edkinel have done wonders for me For r my health wes I had sir niicsrtiaes hut lInce UklnrDr PlfrcCa Golden Medical mtcorery and Parorlte Prexldpllon I hue mueh betUr health sod now r bea ic healthy baby I to of brtbf1DWomen find v14fPierces Common sweeal Adviser Sent free on receipt trf 1I to pay cost of mailing ad21 one cent stamps for thcook JI par binding or 3r stanfps for lotli ddms- RDr V Pierce Iluffalt Stn UDid You n l That if you would send y i dry td the Troy Steam Lnuftj woald look neatrI Siveyourrztundryforit1TC N Lyman Williams I ens Sam L Cvavefficei tTelephane j l j r O neBuIIIIlrjantaOa tll THE SOUL OF THE VIOLET rorlARfMAacIIIjVheDCTcr Mlinm the warm winds blow drive unilrritoand the liagrrlag snow jriwrimr amid such breathing upare Tho brown earth rIMS a wlittal loco gorieaol 0t oottbrl0 never n Ilto be seen i ID tho Benched graM In no thread at unta t J ItotJ Jew ran no flower be blooming I know hi soul ol the Tlolet haunt me cot AJPiln nod agaIn that thrilling booth trah a the life that It Matched out ol death teecn M the blow that Love roUht deal heel a uplrlt In trance thonld outward t1Ho thrilling that breath to vital that blow TIJA tool ol the Iolet hanuta me sot RlUlm bloom that slumber aa yrt lUadei the lentmonld dunk and wet icbillIflfllR thwindednxalr- I tts reea tf pausing wretnce sharvl 0100 It the flower bed long aKa The oul of the Ttolet handt mlO Firm Basis of a Protected Market The United States by the growth of complettlyfroll1 of the creditor nations And this in the face oi the FreeTrade theorists who predicted that so long as this country maintained the protective system it could ever build up foreign trade and would always remain adeb tor Our agricultural exports will rise or all with the season in other parts ofthe world and other nations are able or pnajle to raise their own food This is inevitable and no legislation can anticipate or remedy these fluctua lions But legislation can assist and has assisted manufacturing industry by preset vlng for it the home market and encouraging it from that firm foundation to seek foreign markets for its surplus products Our exports of manufactures are expected to reach 4ooooox for the fiscal year ending June 30 next as against 380000000 for the calendar year 1899 With the firm basis or a Protected home market American manufacturers are reaching out all over the world and already the total of our foreign trade is only a little behind Great Britains and is gaining by leaps and bounds Chicago Inter Ocean CASTORIAFor KtndYnHaTB Always BNgbt ijars tho Bllinaturo of WANTED Scveral persons for District Office MacagerA in this State to represent me in own and surroundlngcounties Willing to pay yearly 600 payable weekly Desirable employment with unusual opportunities References ex chaged Enclose addressed stamped envelope S A Park 320 Caxton Chicago 19 i6t rt F OA1OnAJie-iiitlieKind Yoi Han UwarsBotdit Bfibre fJ V Friendly Criticism J pro Thirdly How did you enjoy my sermon this morning deacon Deacon jonesI enjoyed a portion of it much indeed rThlrdlyVhat portion of it did you enjoy most Deacon jonesThat part where you saifr And now brethren one word more and I have finished ifChicago Record p O flu STOUT A Bess Uaii lwl You IllS Alwars BoiffiM cttn25 From Bad to Worse SheI would like to call you by yo Christian name love but Tom is so hatelul and common you know Havent you some pet nam- elieNno Ierhavent tAre you always known ai Tom among your friends He brightening upNQ the boys call me Shortylllarlem Life Blood poison olten results from a cut or wound if not properly treated Dr Bells Anti Pain is the most won derful discovery of the age for the qulch relief of all internal andexter nal pain The philosophy Worry DoctorI can understand why your wife should worry about herjewelry She hits more perrla and diamonds than any other woman I know Mf RIcIgnanhe constantly afraid shell hear of another woman who has 115 sstnyJewelers Weekly J old all drying Inhalants arid use that whichcleanses and heals the emElysCreatnBalm is such I reniew a cures Catarrh easily an4 pleitagtiyXCold in the head vanishes quike 50 cents at druggists or b1 mall flt rrh caused difficulty in speak fA to a great extent loss of hear By the nseof Elys Cream BAlm ping of mucus has ceased voice have greatly iMproved WB Atty af Law Mon LBcom 1 i pyho Ir lnt Medk with 80 rercrJ 0111 t u rilen Li t 1 Down With tho Machine The Democratic patty in Kentucky must repudiate the Goebel election law and the Haldeman made before it can again carry an election In Kent cky If the party can safely pats all of the snags that lie between this time and the 4th of July it will have a good fighting chance to win but in any event it will need the electoral vote of Kentucky But all the glitter of the possible spoils ofa national ad ministration and all the power of the party lash can not induce Kentucky to vote for any man or any party that supports the Goebel election law and the Haldeman machine Unless the Democratic party in Kentuchy distinct ly and emphatically repudiates the measure that has brought disgrace upon the State and disaster to the ma terial Interests of the people it can not hope to secure Kentuckys vote for its national ticket So far as Ken lucky is concerned the supreme issue in this State is the restoration of pop ular government and until this Is as sured no other issue is possible Ken tucky will elect eleven Congressman and a Judge of the Court of Appeals and possibly a Governor Candidates for Congress are already mending their fences We will soon hear of aspirants for the Appellate judgeship Every man who Is opposed to the Goebel election law should refuse to support any man for nomination by any party who refuses to declare him self against the law and for fair elec lions Are you opposed to the Goe bel bill and if so will you use your influence to secure its repeal or such modifications as will insure fair elections is a question that should be put toevery man who aspires to office in Kentucky There can be no per manent peace in Kentucky until fair elections are restored and there must be no peace for the machine as long as the present infamous election laws re main upon the statute books of the State Louisville Dispatch DoYouNood An Electric Bolt For the past ten years Dr J Newton Hathaway who Is recognlged as the greatest of all our specialists has been perfecting an electric belt suit able to use in his practice one which he could furnish as a part of his sys tem of treatment and which he could conscientiously guarantee He now announces that be has perfected such a belt which hebelieves to be the only perfect belt made It is light hand some of great power and with new attachments which make it suitable for every case He Is prepared to furnish this belt to all patients who need it and who apply to him for treatment at a merely nominal charge Write to Dr Hathaway today telling all about your case and he will write you about the belt and ifyou desire the belt will be sent C 0 D lot inspec tion Address Dr Hathaway Co 39 Church St Nashville Tenn tf Her Future Outlined PaitfiaxI think our little Mabel willibe a seamstress ColeWhy so- FairilaxWell we noticed she was pouting She said her temper was ruffled because there was a stitch in her side and she wished to be tucked In her little bedChlcag Dally News A HUSBAND SAYS 11 Before my wife began using Mothers Friend she could hardly get around I do not think she could get along without U now She has used it for two months and it is a great help to her She does her housework without trouble Mothers Friend is an external liniment for expectant mothers to use It gives them strength to attend to their household duties almost to the hour of confinement It is the one and only preparation that overcomes morning sickness and nervousness It is the only remedy that relaxes and relieves the strain It is the only remedy that makes labor short and delivery easy It is the only remedy that puts the breasts in condition so that swelling or rising is impossible Dont take medicines Internally They endanger the lives of both mother and child Mothers Friend litoU by dniftUUIorll Bind for our free Ulottratedtbook The Bradfleia Regulator Co Atlanta Ga xcaELELLO- CAl TIMK TAHIE BEATKB DAJf WORTH HOCND Rnirrii novNi asw4naam aaii iniB m jin laisu p m umaisi p m 2ea3i3 po m aaieuii p m I s So VanUtAct 1 tt nilU 2II 11 7 biaIth b gc4iVarreua Stre Iy Mar C IP II ONLY ONE CURE 7 Thqrearoi CORRESPO1 the only ran tuiafsonMONT a POLITS WATTERSON TO D LMON1ff Louisville CourierJournalCompan- Incorporated Corner Fourth Avelleat ooteandHenry WattersonEdltorIouisville- Ky June 30 1899 My Dear Mr Belmont As your personal friend and as a friend of the Louisville Nashville railroad I venture to write you this letter In my judgment the local administration of the road la entering upon a course which ifit does not tend to de stroy the property will greatly burth en and impair it The Democratic State ticket just nominated will certainly be elected Under the operation of the Goebel law the result is not left to chance In purpose to beat Goebel the L N managers have already expended large snms of money in futile attempts To do this they have not only made I themselves responsible for two uapepJ ular and uninflnential neweparif- but they have set up as their visible and accredited represenativea man by the name of Whallen the proprietor ofa variety theater and undoubtedly the most odious personality in the city and State At every turn they have suet deteat and they will surely meet it next November For thirty years the Courier Journal has been the steady disinterested friend of the road Believing it a pub lie institution ot the greatest useful ness and a most important factor in all our affairs Mr Haldeman and my self have supported it at every June ture requiring support This has never cost the road a Penny But under the policy now adopted a war of extermination is made upon us through the two newspapers in question and the man Whallen backed up by the money ot the road The end is as certain as the day of election The issue as it nOw stands is the Democratic party versus the Louisville Nashville railroad and on that is sue tne road could not win even if its newspaper supporters were bandied with capacity and discretion But they are not so handled They are the merest partisan concerns without circulation or Influence conducted apparently with no other purpose than to abuse the CourierJournal If you with cause to be sent you the Dispatch and the Evening Post for a single week and will look over them each day you will be able to see for yours self how the matter stands On that showing alone 1 should be willing to rest the case In my judgment the situation is both momentous and critical and ought to arrest the serious attention of those who control the policy of the roadAs I said in the beginning I write as a friend The CourierJournal hrs nothing to fear from the conflict forced upnit by the managers of the load On the contrary it has something to gain But neither Mrt Haldeman nor myself want to profit at the expense of the road For Mr Smith we have always entertained the kindest sentN ments But Mr Smith is no more proofagainst mistakes than other leo pIe and being a man of unyielding temper he is likely to be carried to ex tremes In this business he has cer talnly allowedhis temper to carry him far beyond the Hues oi worldly wisdom and a prudent forecast and if a halt be not called upon the proceedings its evil consequences are as sure as the coming oC the next session of the Kentucky Legislature Sincerely your friend HENRY WATTBRSOK forIoofthem i rarr relief but 88 B Is buohuteIy1 edy which deepseateyjIt someanftmsronfo becauseIs leadsthe nt which can wronged n inIhatritee Col Wlp 30th ult was I recognizing the dan tVJLSKL graphically described your communication to my co tore and I enclose herewith cor resolutions this dayiadoptedTx You are well aware that tkeY Railroad Company should does not engage in partis neLIts interests like those of m corporations are subject toatH1 peclally by vicious legislate necessarily when so atteekwkj management must adopt prop fL ures of defenseiIJIt would be unreasonable to expiett t corporate re ts to sewhe re gard the inj ryi UcCt ed by constant attacks e tore as tobeentireltiptjrt fi IthepohiticlnsssccoftlcebY to the passftns and prejudices of the voters and especially by efforts to excite hostile feelings to be followed byJhostile legislation The only pfotae Lion to corporate interests generallyC to appeal to the sober jndgtaect ftt 1 I the people This Is a right esjoyfd by all individual and cNlIalike andthe exercise of this right should not be construed aa Meddling in politics The management ef thn rN RaIlroadtpany deets aet desie even I it 1aH r wfU out the exp + tre tIar tot flnence mnchU Mai e trpar tics nor to impair ojrpyprn itlcal fortunes of any c 1 less the party or the cat I measr4whIci teeiijoymente In the pr secn Ilawful business s I have made enable me to aastya- gement has not uV tablished th Jahti 4you with the txon that the relations I = 1rMr John H Whall tact that they hikes road Company des Jr 1 cat ambitions of thu bel be not grqtlfiedt Eone understands bet influence of the press educating the puhiaariJTafeswui lug inloiiantlbn and I am sure yoi I will readily concede that It will be e r tlrely proper for the L N Railr Company in the defense olifc ests to aid in disseKlnatl fafenw r yon through the press Ittetetrea1 source of regret that in this critkal t juncture the columns of the Courier lJournal are not available asithaVwe I are therefore compeljjd retYupDfIi others to 0 tIIiiit oper threaten and vorir- greatlyunjueae4f1 r de- sirRmaterial fntere Xe f tncky for the railroads and their 1105 ifications are such- Recognizing I the mutaAl eitaJthat have in the past re the friendly association betwee Couriersjournal aad the I NrRi uIroad Connpsy aM the encourag i ment whiehibe ileofthe masli- nent has r Ii ndeavors I furnish improved rStatepllcationf withpers gards to yeliM Mrieyo- urs I very trMyj fAtfnVKHK5 Di WHRRR IS JAGK OKLiMN tu i v It sailtHHbeen r S been in Cincinnati two weeiis iiid th tepor lhat teoijft and engaged passage for aropeiat1ietaretttOIrtlk t him that has been heard It is bad for Col Jack o Wmleefcg just at thla tlHlIIhere making IIn effort to crlthtat iee ot lids 1unl- ysloneraj1 spare froiit theyattkhariee P ecuttiiSoh Jack knrwereaboe ator GWty aa kaOWllIOCJlt tkere thougk suffer tOf now o I a biL 1jttIieec in tIgiviagyznp C e tales ry led1ctCSterriyd New York J 5 t for women tlEta L8 u Rail to millions ol n firms wbicb ant to thousands o- fvW 8 TAYLOR is being favora lentioned for temporary Chair f the National Convention nets in Philadelphia next o better choice could be e people of the whole 17 want to tee Kentuckys out ged gbvenor anti that honor it justly Lie We are for Governor Taylor WIZEN President Lincoln was assas sinated by John Wilkes Booth 85000 reward was offered but when Goebel was assassinated in the attempt to destroyed free government the Legisla ture offered 100000 reward one naturally asks the question why so much when the United States only offered onetwentieth that mm Veri ly it must be to pay the expense of Goebels contest TOE Louisville Commercial has indilIfdua can party of Kentucky The board of directors is composed of Gov Tay lor exGov Bradley JnoWYerkes Judges Buering and OJRear with a number of other leading Republicans The CbmmerctaZ will be made the lead ing Republican organ south of the Ohio river The news service wit be toised and strengthened and theCdi staff will be materially aided a course which should have eng ago Kentucky epublican State paper btroogly backed The teen excellent and- t a in the battle for her excellence en into a na est rank ale for toe reo publican State The present com ed the party better similar organization the State Under its Senator has been fe overcome and nthroned and the ht ever waged lined to set aside f The moet im aia great work has corned fellow citizen Irnett who has been i of that crumittee for sever Tears There is no reason why Col should not remain at the head Celtcommittee lor the next four j His especial fitness and ability gather nlh his location in the me tropolis of the State make him the i most available man for the rosition in tho State IT is claimed by Democratic jour nals that their party is very desirous lliave peace in politics Now gen you can have all the peace f desire if you want it No neath the sun is iet ponsible contest but you and your iff You were beaten at your own ame when you set up a mighty howl about military intimidation and tissue ballots both charges were basely mean linous and you know it The ballot is an excellent way of jg and Kentucky will never give j The best plan for the Demo ic party to have peace would be to ovated and rid itselt of rupt leaders So long nporaried endorse and de estrous Goebel law they for no peace for it will nev IIB suggest that you I to the verdict of the people en you can bave peace The can party does not want peace nor and will not accept it clamor has gone up from y Democracy for the re t off the old viva voce sjs Their claim is that it ce ofgreater frauds- e veryveryseldom Id system This is a farce It is using the great ommitted under onest men who- e people never or system of ng in a if such irity This Ilbabsolute fact in the State and the entire Re was elected If those flections are determined e and count out the majon matters it whether the vote rded one way or another s nothing wrong with the Ate ian system of voting Kentuckys esent trouble is in being overrun by set of unscrupulous political thieves ftheir desperate allies DniDCPatICDiSint8BP1t10n UNo party can live that identifies itself with Goebelism and certainly disintegration and decay are the re wards of the Democratic party for be ing the sponsor and godfather of the infamous Goebel law Honest men who have always been Democrats and good ones too are just now learning what Goebeliim means in its varied phases As it stands now before all outraged people it indorses frauds and force andis the chief exponent of outlawry It favors the minority rul ing and will not submit to the major ity It applauds and sanctions the work of Poyntz Fulton and Yonts iu disfranchising the counties of Jeffer son Johnson Martin and Mngoflm This is truly the significance of the Goebel conspiracy It has accomplished just what its champions said it would do Time has proven that the election was right where the conven tion wasin the hands of political buccaneers and political thieves This we warned the people would be the inevitable result of such a partisan measure and the idea was scornedat by partisans of the opposition Men who claim to be good lawyers it will be remembered even took occasion to defend the infamous thing in the public press TimE REPUBLICAN contend ed from first to last that nothing so partisan was ever hatched in a civil ized republic All that has been said in denunciation of this measure has come to pass and more too It was not presumed that laymen would understand the Goebel law and Goebel ism until it was applied for many people of ntuckyaUow the poli ticians to interpret for them as do many Christians allow the clergy to read and construe tho Scriptures for them But the interpreter has fled and now Goebelism stands before the people in a state of nakedness so that be that hath eyes can see Here is one honest man who braved the cam paign in the interest of Goebel with out seeing but now he tees and he harkeneth Mr John AYateachair man of the Democratic County Com mittee of Metcalf county a man of character and convictions thus ad dresses Chairman Young of the Dem ocratic State Central Committee rein thnt the Democratic IfKMnturo ot Kentucky In determine to decide the routetttH fur Uuvrrmirnncl Lieutenant llovernor In fatorcil nldAICllIlureno Intention of rpjienllnK tho Hoebel election law and Iniuuuncb on my mind made up never ntmln to rote the aotnIIeiI Democratic ticket while tba mid Inw In on the Mntute bookn nnd while doe helium In In control of the party 1 hereby tender my irKljcnatlon ait Chairman of the Democratic fount Commute of Metcalfo County nnd nkthat the MIIIIB Iw uccepted nt once This is but tbe beginning of a reg ular stampede in the ranks of Goebel ism This is not a fabrication but a real production from the pen of a man of honor and distinction Well might one exclaim as did Hannibal when his brother Hasdrubals head was present ed to him during his campaign ofItaly Carlhece I see thy fate l Goebel ism I see thy fate Capt Ellis at lona It is not necessary that wo introduce Capt Ellis for every citizen in Kentucky knows of him and Ills worksI His being a member of the State elecI lion commission gave him much publicity When it was learned that he would not assume the responsibility of overthrowing the will ot the people to elect Goebel the great masses of Ken tucky citizenship lauded and praised him and his name was pronounced blessed but this was temporary The honor that was is not and that which was is no more for when the fire of Democratic censure nnd abuse from every Goebel battery in the State was turned upon him be retreated withI out any attempt to defend his position of honor rectitude aud righteousness and when his position was stormed by bitter charges of desertion he quickly succumbed and left the State in tbo hands of one man Poyntz Than whom a blacker character neer dwelt in hell by oflerlng bis resignation from the superimportant position which he held If Kentucky everI needed a true man an honest man a spirited man a man with enough backbone to defend the rights oflithe great common people this was cerItainly the time Since the position was an unenviable one many people of Kentucky would have forgiven Capt Kllis for resigning had he re turnjd to his home in Owensboro ants I t sumed bis practice at the barI jjd not elect to do this Hei- ddresa accepted asion been pry of affairs T had the esteem Kentucky who will tll dead hereafter In eiTverag a patriotic and an ueTiTgent address wo find him defending the infamous and odious Goe rel election law which no true Amer ican can conscientiously do We find the following false statement accredited him in the CourierJournal Pretending to believe the Gnebel law wee do signed to RIOlIllab their detent without point mrlo o tingle prorlnlon of that law that fnrnlih d a shadow of exeunt for each conduct they In Inbred In the most Intemperate and extrnTagant tatemenU First we answer this thus TilE DEMOCRATIC STATE T1CKKT JUST NOMINATED WILL CEIITAISLY II B ELKCT FD UNDKUTIIBOPKIIATIONOF THBUOC DEL LAW TUB IlESfLT IM SOT LEFT TO- CiIANCElienq Wattenon In n letter to the President ot the b d X It ItCo June a01599 The Goebel law has been analyzed and diagnosed in detail Every pos sible feature of frauds bas been dis cussed aud yet Capt Ellis fires this statement of falsehood into an unin formed peoplefor their minds to feed upon No man in all Kentucky is so ignorant of the real state of aflato that have existed since last June to this good hour to justify tbe above If such should be then by allmeans he should inform himself before going abroad Kentucky does not appre ciate such utterances from the lips of any man much less from her own sons The central triumvirate created by this partisan law was denounced from one end of the State to the other the power given it to appoint county boards and remove them at any time without cause was graphically shown and bitterly objected to Watterson described the law as an act to deprive the State of a republican form of government and yet this distinguished gentleman boldly asserts that it is a fair law Continuing he said They nought toronrlnrathe public come great fraud wan about to be committed What hand could lie committed under that law admin Utered or how It wa to tm committed no well adrlned rltlten of Kentucky ever knew The election was hell and n more orderly or quiet election antthatof November 199 wa ever held In the If there WM n tingle disturbance or Initanre of violence except the disturbance treated and the violence exerclned by the llepnbllcan party and thue who acted with It In the exercUe ol file gal practice a on the day of the election by muster lag deputy marnbal and parading noldlein at the poll the tact has not been recorded We have contended all the while that this monstrous measure would be all right in tbe hands of angels but angels are never found in politics Those well advised citizens of Ken tucky kuew at least they were san guine that the central triumvirate wouldattempt to steal the election end- rob freemen of a voice in their government Every intelligent man knows NOW that this has been done It does not seem real that these quota dons came from a sane man but they did But this is not all the further a reckless politician goes the more vindicative he grows the more absurd his statements the more false and friv oluus his arguments Continuing we find this More than 10000 of the refrfntered voter of the city did not BO to the loU they were deterred militaryfotlmajority on the face of the return of over 3000 la the city of LoalnvUlewben If the people had been left to the free and uninterrupted exerrlne of their electoral tranchlnex In that city the Democratic ticket would have carried It by an overwhelming majority altlldln the preceding year In the memorable mock contest at Frankfort the defeated Goebelites failed to prove that a single man was deterred from voting It is known to every informed man that there was not a soldier on the streets of Louis ville in uniform on tbe day of the election until 7 oclock and then they were ordered out by Bradley at the request of Judge Toney a Goebel Democrat The above charge is a falsehood out of whole cloth and there can be no apology for it That tbe soldiers were ordered to the armory in Louisville at G oclock Tuesday morning no one disputes but this was by the request of the best citizens of the city Bloodshed was expected because the people were intensely worked up over the situation The revolutionist mayor had sworn in 300 extra police contrary to the citys charter for no other purpose than intimidation the people thought If any Goebehte was so timid as to allow the State militias presence in the city commanded by Gov Bradley frighten him from the polls then he should by all means have staid in hIP berth A Sorlous Mlstako The Democrats of the House have voted down a bill repealing the Goe bel election law some of them exs ilalnlng that while they may be in favor of amending it they are opposed to its outright repeal and a return to the old law Very well But what has been done to amend the Goebel law The Sen ite has passed the Johnson Bill which dos not touch the evils of the Goebel law So far as tbe present session of the Legislature is concerned the Democrats have evidently made up their minds to let the Goebel law done This is a very serious mistake The Democrats may let the Goebel law alone but the Goebel law will not let them alone It was all they could do to carry the State once under the handicap of that law how do they expect to carry it a second time when the opposition to the law increases rather than diminishes Mark this prediction If the election next fall is held under the Goebel election law and if the vote of Ken lucky for the election of a Republican resident Kentuckys vote will be oh nted fur the Republicans it mat frs not what the return may show Nothing in the future is surer ihin this Yesterdays Courier JUinal RENDER Ky1 March 6Mrs Mary DI Rowe of Leitchfield is visiting her son E F Rowe of this city Miss Zstta Hocker who has been visiting her brother Mr John P Hock er of this place has returned to her home at Leitchfield Mr E F Rowe Is on the sick at this writing Miss Ona Kelley is very bad sick at this writing Mr M P Maddox of Smallhouse spent Sunday evening and night with Mr E F Rowe enroute to Hartford to see his daughter Miss Oma Mad dox who is attending school there Mr H E Harper ot Render made a flying trip to Leitchfield last Sun dayGone to rest little McKinley Kel ley son of Mr and Mrs las G Kel ley ot this place His remains were interred at the Fisher graveyard near McHenryRev of Ceralvo filled his regular appointment at this place last Sunday Born to tbe wife of Mr Will Carter twinsThe miners and operators will meet tn convention at Beaver Dun ijth Inst to fix a scale of wages for the year 1900 beginning April let Mr Jas D Wood Central City President of the U M W of A Dist No si is having a grand success organizing Hopkins county miners Huirah for Jim He has organized old Kitltngton at last Mr D W Gwynn Is teaching a writing school here The mines are running every day Miss Taylor Kelley of Drakesboro Is visiting her brother W E Kelley Success to THE REPUBLICAN DEADWOOD Great opportunity offered to good reliable men Salary of ftS per week and expenses for man with rig to Ins troduce our Poultry Mixture and In sect Destroyer in the country Send stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind 29 tf CERALVO KY Mr Luther Yonts and Miss Prod Ie Coleman were married February astn Rev Hiram Brown officiating- Mr Ellis n timber man from Evans villewas here last week Messrs Bill Hill and Jess Everly have gone to Evansville- Mr John Davenport Morgantown was here some days ago Born to the wife of Mr Marion Vincent a boy Hsztl little daughter of Dr G L Everly was very painfully burnt some days ago by falling on a grate Mrs Una Reid and Mrs Mack Ross are visiting their sister Mrs Alice Erving Calhoon Mrs Thomas Mullen Paducah is visiting her sister Mrs P Jones Loi- nsCdJgTORt111 r Bun theIts Kind Yrs Hats Always BwgU Bigututcf y pBEDA KY March yDennis Ashley burnt his hand very badly last Saturday Mr Rupert Bennett has moved to Mr Jim Chinns farm Mr Lee Chinn has moved to the Williams place just south of Hartford where he is engaged in sawing lum berQuite a number from this place at tended court at Hartford this week Messrs Pete Shown and Jo Bennett went to Owensboro Monday with tobacco Prof W R Carsons school has or ganlzed a debating society with Shad rach Greer as President and Miss Ethel BennettSecretaryMrs who was taken so severely 111 last week is improving- Mr A G Miller has quit grinding corn at this place owing to H defect in boilerMr Liles Mrs Elizabeth Ward Mrs Steve Bennett and Mrs Hatcher are on the sick list Mrs I M Benpett who tell and badly hurt herself several days ago has not fully recovered from the acct dentRev R D Bennett will fill Rev E M Crowes pulpit at Mt Human church next Sunday Rowan Greer who is attending school at Beaver Dom was at home last Saturday and Sunday On account of the cxrerody bad weather no fainting has been done and the farmers are becoming n little restless They say they have talked politics long enough and want to go to work The roads are in such a bad condi tion that it is with difficulty that tbe mail is being carried even on horse back Wagon traffic has almoit en tirely suspended Miss Ernestine Anderson of KIn derkook has entered the preparatory department of Piuf Carsons select schoolMessrs Hayden Webb Henry Shown and Nilhin Bennett of tbi qfNowhere they have j bs ns farm hands for the coming season The Sunday School ht Mt Herraon is In a prosperous condition W Q Park Superintendent is the right man in the tight place Some sneak thief stole some corii horn Mr Monnie Batnard one nib last week Mr Ernest Woodward McHeuri was In our ccwtnaulty last S I OIn- A SMALLHOUSE KY Born to the wife of Mr Alva Cal 10 way February ajth a girl Mr Alva Calloway hAS sold his fitnt oa Mr Mason ol flreckent idge coup I y and bought land ol Mr F MAll- en Mr Tom Ford wile and little daughter Lillian Marine arrived atIjmallhouse yesterday Sunda from Tents They will make Small house their future home Their many friends were delighted to have them back as they made Smallhouse their home be fore going to Texas Mr Ford will run the mill and blacksmith shop for T R Barnrrd Miss Rachel Addington Is quite ill at this time Mrs Linda Calloway who has been quite ill is better Mr Odle Allen is attending School at Caneyville Mrs James Calloway Centertown visited her sister Mrs Alva Calloway last Wednesday- Mrs Mary A Tichenor is suffering greatly from a cancer on her breast Mrs John A Drake has sent for an organMisses Nettle and Annie Geiger are visiting their aunt Mrs S T Hun terMr Orlando Cox was the guest of his mother Saturday and Sunday past lie was accompanied home by his brother Master Newton Cox Mr Joe Bullock wife and son Mas ter Shelby visited Mrs Bullocks father Mr Thomas Bishop Saturday and Sunday Success to TIm REPCULICAN and its many readers Experience Is tho bostToach or We must be willing to learn from the experience ot other people Every testimonial in favor of Hoods Sarsa parilla is the voice of experience to you and it is your duty If your blood is impure and your health falling to take this medicine You have every reason to expect that It will do for you what it has done brothers It is the best medicine money ean buy Hoods Pills are nonirritating mild effective eq COOPER SCHOOLHOUSE March SAs March come in like a lion we hope that the old adage may be verified and that it may go out like a Iamb- Farmers cant do much at farming except sow clover and grass seed Mr P M Porter the Chicago pars trait agent was In these parts last week He said he got the job of en Urging six pictures of Senator Goebel deceased at Prentis but he couldnt get one picture of Goebel in this com m unity Mrs Prue Taylor visited her son Inlaw Mr S L Stevens Wednes dayMr Elijah Jackson the popular tnlarger of pictures Is now at home again Mr Vincent Wilson was at home SundayOwing to the inclemency of the weather very few attended prayer meeting at Prentis last night Notwithstanding the most inclem ent weather including two snow storms and a number of stormy days known for protracted meetings Rev E G4 Maddox of Centertown held the most successful meeting at Prentis that has been held there for years Quite a number of professions were made also several joined the church They will be baptised the third Sunday S B F IS THIS YOUR STORYEvery 1 have a bad taste my tongue is coated my head dizzyIand what food I eat distresses me I have a heavy feeling In my stomach I am getting so weak that sometimes I tremble and nerves arc all unstrung I am getting pale and thin I am as In the morning ts at nlRht What does doctor say You are suffering from lm pure blood What U his remedy t- IHi 1 You m ot have const pated r you expect the Sarsa do In beit work ButAyu Us cure constlps fWehjvJa book on Paleness an which you may or the asking yA r t eur Doctor V ion would Ilk ta annual deltas about Toor eondl lbparaculareltoaww r DR J C anfYw i I Special Drive in all Lines of = OE Iyt1 l Our Spring Line of Ladies Shoes and Oxfords Is now reedy for your inspection It is composed of all the lat est and most popular lasts and styles ranging in price from 8100 to 8360 The Brown ShoeeWe handle the famous Brown Shoe Companys Shoes The best 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in this OUR SPECIAL LINE 4 Jf fP erw7r 11 C Collins rI ford1sjy Tho Bost of All Of the many pietty calendars for 1900 the Little Sweethearts Art Calendar in the best for the home Its six sections of bright pretty childrens faces will cheer and gladden any household There are six beautiful groups in watercolor designs by Frances Brundage the famous painter of children each group In n colors and size to x 12 tf inches on fine Whatman paper bound together at top with silk ribbon making the pret best and most artistic collection of watercolor reproduction ever Issued Each of the six sheets contains two months dates being a complete cal endar of the year 1900 This calendar Is sent free to all subscribers to Frank Leslies Popular Monthly for 1930 the giant of the one dollar magazines together with the November and De cember numbers 1899 or the January and February issues 1900 Prank Leslie Publishing House 1410143 Fifth ave N Y- Agents on salary of 1500 per week andexpenses the greatest agent seller ever produced every stock and poultry raiser buys it on sight Hnst lers wanted Reference Address with stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind 29 tl Card of Thanks Editors RKIUHLICAN We the undersigned desire to express our gratitude to the many friends of the family of our father Rev E M Crowe for the many substantial acts of care and kindness shown him and us all during his present illness We pray for each and all the preserving prow Idence of Him who sees no good go without reward Gratefully REV C R CRown Russellvllle REV E P CRown Owensboro Have you been coughing a day a week a month a year Dr Bells Pine Tar Honey will cure that cough There can be no doubt about it It has cured many otheis equally severe Good druggists sell it No cure no paymLAND SALE The following described land will be tflered for sale at the Court House in Hartford on the first Monday In April 1910 at r oclock p m by the heirs of Mrs N J Barnard deceased Terms ot sale 6 12 and 18 months with bond and approved security Interest from date of sale First five lots lie near Liberty Church two miles East of Beaver Dam Sixth lot sue mile below Ross Ripple on South side of Rough River Lot No I contains 65 acres more or less Lot No a contains 65 acres more or lean Lot NO3 contains 120 ares more or leas Lot No4 contains 149 acres- Olote or less Lot No 5 contains 1 1 acres more or less Lot No 6 con tains 84 acres more or less Heirs Elmer Barnaid E Preston Bxrnard L T Parnatd Tbarideus Barnard Robert G Barnard Garfield Barnard Cornelia Btrnurd John C BarnardC- R Birnsrd and Fannie H and A C StevensLook before ynnulrnp sure you get Hoods Sarsaparilla when you all for it sad you will find health in ts use ntwnrvor OlnlrurnlB far ltrrh the I Comma M rrarjr amererq vlUarrtr Iroytbeeneofemein- drompletly derange tbwkal system wbe entering tkroKh tile mamu HrtarM Martial prwalptlnnfrom polbdelifartirrd by F J Cheney A To o TOO talus no nrrrarr and U tabs internally dlnctly upon the Mood and moron 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IraD4MQ on SEO iropor tlonutrljr low rat i to thiermedust points The Truo Wintor Bouio to California No Blizzards Cold Woathor Snow- Blookados Iorparuenlasris wilttoj D Horns TrnTrllnn rnwnnr Amit for I C It It Louisville Kjr Aim o Auk him to mid you a copy ol tbe southern UuHMdnkmduMi1 which Is rrplrta with Inter ntliK Inlurmntlon mDrrrnlDK the southern tent tory It will tMinmllrd to Tonrrrr On the first ansi tblH Tntiis of Mcb month Horn Hceken tkkrtinr until to southern unit Honthwrattrn points at special Ixiw ItatMjmod torrtnni WIthI- ntwefttoli daj tram Uste ot pale Ubrritl stop uric arrftugmIita A H HANSON G P A cnrc vao roa W A KELLONDA G P A orcv = X Honesty is the Best P licyr ItII7 Tug LAIT Dan or THE KIJtTIIKTII nnOTl- aow souimo sole tunLT We MlfTtthU fact and our wortl d mon traU our WW Our irood lire warranted to be tact b M rrim trd that I honnt Oar goods an nlutantord to give MtUlitftlon that U honest It nn nrtlrte ot Jtwrirj ot our manntuctnn don not gIve satIsfstfon we will titanS tho motw p11 tar the art I ln thst too U honest Brown Ross- Centertown Ky hiuarorail Mortnirnt ot Rood la store or- IldOftt price that irtf mpeUtlon The goods are toad from rolled gold ilat sold flllnl told I front or old gold ttock nad are worrontd to gtrtiwrtrct MtUtoetlonor the money will be O i fnndwl It thIs notlra tionlJ reach anion luring too far from frown A Uooa stArs or any ottf customer ol tint to prrinlt theIr pacrhiwluic these gout front oar customer we w Ill sell the pood at rvtal- lItoinrh personuunder tb Mmt wnmntj and IlrllTtr by trial We will Bluownd printed Inttrac- tlont n to ihe coreot 3erlrjhow totlran ltete on npiillcntlon W F Main Co Eastern Factory Cur ol Friendship Eddjr lts iToTldfnfe It I Wostorn Factory I lnrrrwit Jewelry Facto it In the world nmltr prone constructIon at lattown rill It Over 53000 tt 01 floor space DRO PSY COW thousand with flays oures eae- sdied tab- hIloml hopetm In tea lays at Iiuut two third of all Tmptom r moT ort TMtlmonlala sod Tilt DAYS treatment tess DK B B CEIUI SONS Box K Atlanta Qa WhoenthtikWrllIIIIIUII I patentPotctWrit JOHN WEUD1UIURN lO raAllot 0 I C for their petsi ow bbtwo buS4fId InYsutiona wantea I ItelUbl person of mfchinltil or lovintlTe rutnd I dr 111110041tLDf That xiinn Them can bo cured irttbI Dr fillies NEUVB ILAHTEU Only SSe c wit YIng ontlha old Ring In the nsw ting out the also Ring in flio true ting to you the new and true from the tests of Norway DR BELLS YAHtlmI I IK- ENEDY y1I1I11CA TItNTrfaces Kexiiiia 122 W tout hi KL lIrIIATlm11meJ KK K 4 ieititie persons of TUrtblrlo nTSDII- TSdeslringtrlFtOths uo ILII sitsr ant shnp4 irKS I ls rA1E4r 1UCOILU WmoreMf it 1 RaLOCAL TIME TAHIESLtVLR flAt NORTH ofiNl BOOTH nOUN 9334193 H III illlni n Ill 1 aza laiaop III aoir2S3 p JI- t202lIrl31 in aaioiai p m K r Ar 55V e aJrlf txU uscitilsty 5 A w r t iThi Martforu Republican FRIDAY MARCH9 Claims Allowed at the January Term Ohio Fiscal Court Allen W L sheriff election Ja 80 AmbroseJ II 2 So Allen Walter plowing on road 3 oo Arbuckle Geo 3 00 Atbuckle Ira 3 00 Allen John L 300 Anderson S A I stove for office n 55 Austral F O pauper coffin 5 oo Acton T W R B Com 25 00 Addiigton H plowing on road x 50 Allen II F 300 Addlngton W M viewer road i 00 Austin B G operating R grader 6 oo Black A W judge election 2 00 Barnard L T clrlk election a oo Barnes W II clerk election 2 00 Barnett STsheiiff election a oo Barnett Alexjudge election aoo Brown W Tjudge election aoo Brown T C clerk election 2 00 Baldwin W M judge election a oo BirJ B clerk election aoo Barnes R W sheriff election 2 40 Beck R P judge election 2 00 Bishop T R sheriff election 2 76 Burdett 0 T judge election 2 00 Butler T E clerk election a oo Barnard W D judge election 2 00 Butkill A W sheriff election a 96 Barnard LT plowing on road I 50 Black TP 300 Bennett LD 300 Bennett R II t 50 Barnett V G 6 75 Barnes R W 3 oo Baird II A 3 oo Bennett S E IS 00 Bennett J W 3 oo Barrett T K 3 75 Baize Mathlas 45 Baize Floyd I 50 Bell Jt IT I 50 Bennett HR 7 50 Brown WlllS 150 Barnard E A I 50 Barnard R P 6 00 Baldwin W M 3 75 Barnes Doward 3 00 Brown T H 3 oo- Bollngjas A pauper coffin 500 Beatty Travis plowing on road 3 75 Black AW 6 oo Black T H jailer fees 95 ao Brown J M S Rockport house election 2 00 Butler T E Shreve house election 2 00 Baize Martha A admr house election 2 00 Black Til keeping privy in order 50 oo Beck J F plowing on road 3 75 Soling Ellen I 2 25 Boyd J B I 50 Bean W II viewer road i oo Bell A T lumber and hauling 3 00 Carton J L judge election 2 00 Crabtree R B judge election 2 00 Carter J T sherifl election a 96 Chancellor Jacob judge election aoo Cliitictt I B clerk election oo Condit L H clerk election 2 00 Coflman 1 C Judge election 2 00 Coombs B M plowing on road 4 50 Coy R R Wayne Evans plow ing and scraping 7 50 China Ihos H plowing on road 3001 Carter A A plowing on toad 3 oo Chinn Albert S 608 feet lumber and hauling II co Campbell Chaa keeping Alms- House 176 79 Same sewing for paupers 3525 Carson Co mdse ior jail 9 So China Richard E plowing road 3 oo Chlnn C C 3 oo Chairman School District No 16 Ceralvo 2 00 Carter J M Centertown house election aoo Cook Ed plowing on road 3 oo Culbertson R D viewer I 00 Davidson Chasjudge election a oo Daniel T W 2 00 Davis J II a oo Daniel n M 2 25 Duke John plowing on road 4 50 Daugherty L W 3 00 Daniel Stephen 3 75 Daflron J D 45 Davenport A L 14 25 Davenpoit J W II 25 Daniel James 45o Dodson J B 3 75 Eskridge Joe plowing on road 900 Everly Sam road bed 30 oo Evans T A his per diem aj oo Foreman L P sherifl election a 00 Fulkerson SLclerk a oo Felix J T sheriff 3 ao Foster John P lumber road overtseer 34 56 Fulton G R plowing on road 45 Ferguson James 3 ot- Fulkerson Alvis 6 75 Fair Co mdse Alms House 16 15 Ford Dr B WAlms house i year ISO oo Pltzhugh G S his per diem aj oo Gibbs D F judge election a oo Griffin W T plowing on road 3 oo Greer W P S as Goff Vince 3 00 Graham John W 600 Griffin W T 3 oo Godshaw Aaron Beda house election 200 Graves B F his per diem oi 37 oo Hamilton Edward reallowed 8 25 Hatdwlrk W O judge clectiour a oo lobeimer John C clerk election aoo Flunky Potter sherifl 2 96 lines J W judge o 2 01 Hudson B F k 2 oo Hunter S T 20 Haynes A 2 o Huff I J clerk 2 01 tarrlsonG M 2 oc olbroplc J D SOC u U JOtltft MtbWalktr 6oc heeeieatfliThfarratf 5 4Ma a IiuuJtet how at ot 4 ia earned an bjrdiw and by nigh I r 1 ci tacH he le shown Itran Ji5ktjaliutottlievay places that ai 1 rarelyor never seen by the casual vi 11 lshe Is taken Jntoclienp Ibdgio r At1 I tL fm 1 LftEitJUIpro had been their it the cpportu I WOMEN CURED AT HOME tHE GREATEST OF SPECIALISTS OFFERS TO THE SUFFERING HIS SERVICES AND Fem4aloDiseases For more than REMEDIES treatylira years Dr Jew hiS patIents orcr ten itllland women suffering front aU those dIfferent fim jumdhuneatly cured rnoro than EOttor cent of the cases hn baa treated By lit i exclusive method which he has perfected durIng the twentyfire yean offthli most exicnu va praciic nell enaaieo oo CWt11111 of those different diseases Including painful profuse or suppressed menstruation prolapsus all ovarian trouble tumors and ulceratlon In tart overt form of those diseases which make a burden of life to the great majority of women hfcantonal examination to which orcry senslllre woman naturally objects and without any opt fstloq with Its consequent pain and necessary danger prlracyposlttreONB LOW PER Write him a letter stating briefly your condl Lion and he wilt send you a blank to be Sued out He will atvo your caso his personal attention and care and make his fee 10 moderate Including all medicines necessary that you will not feel Limo burden of the payment and he will uarantee you a positive cure Address J NEWTON HATHAWAY M D UrIImthawar Co 300 Church Street MwhTllle TeanH- KNTIOX THIS FArEB WilL WfilTUTO Hosklns H L 6 oo Hudson R F 3 00 Howell W T 2 25 locker Scloto t 50 HockerJ D i 50 Hodge John T I 50 Hocker Joe C 300 Hunt LW inquest Squire Wells 6 oo Hale J C plowing on road 6 oo Hartford PublishingCo printing 16 00 Hull Oscar plowing on road 2 75 Howard Mark District 99 fOr T F Burton 2 00 Herreld Bros N Rockport Disor trict election 2 oo Hocker Tabor Rosine house election 2 oo Holbrook T B plowing on road I 75 Hardwick Wm G settling with Sheriff 25 oo Hcflin J L wire to fence 30 00 Heavrin M L salary 650 oo- Iglehcart Clinton clerk election 2 oo Her James sheriff 2 72 Jackson B Cjudge election 2 oo James S M clerk 2 00 Jett T S ebetifl 3 85 Jewell J H judge 2 oo Johnson J D plowing on road 4 50 Jones W R 6 oo Keown N T judge election 2 oo King Z A plowing on road 6 oo Keown N H 4 50 Keown W F iso Keown S J II i 50 Kincheloe T R 3 75- Knolt an 3 on Kelly N P 3 IS Keown C P election com 1899 20 oo King Mrs Sarah Buford house election 2 oo Keown C P road bed 43 00 Lowe H F sheriff election a 40 Likens M T judge 2 00 Lyons W H judge 2 oo LoneyLB clerk 2 oo Lee Ira 2 oo Leach J N plowing on road 6 oo Lewis L M 4 50 Leach John M scraping road 3 00 Leach W P plowing on road 3 75 Likens Ross livery bill n 75 Lyons Wm plowing on road 3 75 Leach H S 6 oo Mercer GA 600 Martin Wm i 50 Marlow Columbus i 50 Martin G S 2 25 Morton John P Co for marri age register 3 50 Mllllgan I H plowing on road 4 50 Miller FV 300 Marks TS 2 25 Mason Lee conveying poll book i 70 McDowel Riley viewer road i 00 Maddox JR 100 Morton V B i oo Moore Sanderlur washing jail 5 00 Miller James P salary 650 oo Martin W E plowing on road 6 00 Maples Travis clerk election 2 oo Moore E P 200 MuOettJW judge 2 00 Maddox JE 200 Miles J H clerk 200 McDaniel J R judge 200 Miller W P sheriff 3 20 Thousands Hare Kidney Trouble and Dont Know It Row To Plod Oat Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentylour hours a book sediment or sol tling Indicates an unhealthy condi kid If It stains your linen It Is evidence ol kid aol trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain In back Is convincing proof the kidneys and blad are out of order What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so SwampRootwish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys bladder and every part InabilitytoIt or bad effects folowlng use of liquor or beer and overcomes unpleasant necessity ol being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The and the extraordinary effect of SwampRoot to soon realized It stands the highest for Its wonderful of the most dittrelng cases If you need a medicine you should have the Sold by druggists In5Oc andl sizes may a sample bOtllo of this wonderful discovery and a more about It both sent absolutely free by mall neys the also that liver wine that mild cures best ku 44ess Dr Kllmu ntiftmpaI N Y When writing men0- iaepnon offer In this ir Frion jterous paper ilngfpiittakUePI lifetzij v hould bo clad toread tho littlt confII 1Je aentfrto to anyone who sen their Address to Beg btt Ytor Co Atlanta GA city t- X c 1 I Monroe Felix clerk a bo Millard LTjudge 200 Moxley C S a 00 Mitchell Joseph a oo Massie Ed clerk a oo Motion W Esherlff a So Marks T F judge a 00 Messenger Job Printing Co lor ballots 54 20 Miller Luther plowing on road 5 25 Miller Fred i 50 Moore E P 3 75 Miller John W 550 Maples Andrew 4 50 Moseley W R a 25 Mitchell las B 2 25 Morris Elijah 3 00 Miller I L 6 00 Maddox W A 5 25 Myers John D 6 75 Miller n A 7 50 MayCW a as Same 6 oo Newton WE 300 Oiler J H dheriff election 3 60 Owen T D judge a on Oldham E D plowing on road 3 oo Paxton Wayne judge election a oo Piltle T O sheriff 3 04 Pluramer D B plowing on road 6 oo Porter H T i 50- Peyton Thomas 3 oo Patton G H R B com 25 oo Pettit Jo 7 85 Park William plastering jail and repairing 5 00 Plummer Richard plowing road a as Patterson J M Point Pleasant house election a oo Pierce Sherman Horse Branch bouse election a oo Patton Sam plowing on road 3 00 Plummer J B oi 600 Pirtle A R lumberand hauling 3 50 Robertson C I judge election a oo Rogers Luther 2 00 Raey Jonathan 200 Rains OP a oo Raley C E a oo Render R T 2 oo Render Henry L sheriff 2 50 Rowe W T judge 2 oo Rowe Alvin clerk 2 00 Reid G W judge a oo Riley Seth a 00 Rowan AC 200 Render W P 2 oo Rogers Luther his per diem R B com as oo Renlrow W H plowing on road 7 50 Renfrew Brothers school books 4 23 Reid W H plowing on road 7 50 Rowan JV 300 Ralph Henry 5 25 Riley S F work with grades 3 00 Ross Jut plowing on road I 50 Russell N B 300 Rhoads E E 3 00 Rains R H 7 50 Royal Lee 900 Rogers E E R B com 36 oo ReiJ Haden Co plowing on road 3 00 Ringo B D election com 1899 20 00 Rowe John T plowing on road I 50 Ralph JosephT i 26 Ringo B D atty Nugent lunatic 5 00 Ragland M S clerk fee A B Tichenor II 55 Riley S H R B com 31 38 Ragland M S clerk fees 256 38 Rone John T R B com 47 as Ringo BenD ex good road con 20 oo Riley J C treas Haitlord lodge 2 00 Rogeis E B R B com 1 75 Ragland M S clerk fee Fnlkerson R S 6 75 Ragland M S clerk fee L DTay lor R S 6 60 Rogers Luther viewer L D T i 00 Ragland M S clerk S A Bratcher 10 35 Rowe W T viewer S A B i oo Rone J M vIewerS A B 100 Rogers Fon salary 800 60 Rone W A his per diem at oo Ragland M S his per diem clerk27 00 Stevens J PRBcomperdiein2600 Skinner A T scraping on road 3 75 Stewart S A plowing on road 3 oo Simmons Jo 4 50 Smiley I M I 50 Stevens C R 2 as Sleveus S T sheriff lee Fulker son R t So Stevens S T sherifi feeL DTay lor R sac Stevens S T sheriff lee A B Tlcb enor 3 95 Stevens S T sheriff fee S A Bratcber a as Smith T J judge election 2 oo Shnltz J M aheiiff 2 So Stevens John B 3 20 Stevens S Lclerk 200 Stewart BW judge 200 Shields Birch sheriff 3 36 Smith N B judge 200 Shown Clifton sheriff 3 do Smith E W judge i 2 oo Shaver Felix plowing on road 3 oo Stevens L M 2 25 Sullenger Frank 4 so Stewart R A i 50 Shown Virgil I 50 Sbultz JC 300 Simpson Robt 7 75 Southard W II 3 oo Smith J P 7 00 SappJA 600 Smith C A 1 50- SnellS B 3 oo Stevens C W 300 Sowders Samuel 6 oo Sanderfur H L 600 Shaver C B hauling laaiber 2 50 Stevens C W plowing on road 4 50 Smith J II 3 75 Stanley A B R B com per diem 34 oo Stevens I aac plowing on road 300IStevens A C Smith E T R B cum Same operating grader i 00 Sullenger Jllrot8 R Bcom 1080 Sharp M F plowing onro dJ a 25 Stratton TC i 5 Smith ON oi 600 Stevens Sam L 4 50 Shaver H C 300- mlthJobnjRBCoifl 5 48 fvfJbti 1 rBU 18 ltJf with i41Iiii1iI ii Smith John S R B com 15 oo Stevens S T sherifl lees 113 50 Taylor II L sheriff election 3 36 Thomson G B 2 88 Taylor AD a 40 Tichenor AtD 296 Tinsley W S expense for building house Bartletts precinct 27 20 Taylor Henry plowing on road 6 oo Tinsley 0 R i 50 Taylor Ozle 4 50 Taylor R C i 50 Trogden Luna 3 75 Taylor P B t 50 Same t 50 Tichenor A B I 50 Taylor CM 900 Thomas J C Olaton 4 50 Taylor W P 3 oo Thomas I C Olaton 4 50 Taylor H P election com 1899 ao oo Taylor Coal Co mdsc tor Pest House 156 6a Taylottown School Dist No aa house for election a co Taylor Pen Smallhouse Dls a oo Taylor Shelby holding Inquest on Howard 5 oo Thomas Jas A mdse for jail aa 80 Tichenor W P plowing on road i 50 Taylor Shelby atty tee road 2 50 Same S A Bratcher a 50 Taylor H B his per diem 27 00 Vance J W plowing on road 75 Wedding J T judge election 2 oo Wright T M a oo Wilson J E 2 00 Williams K V 2 00 Wade J B a oo Wallace JT aoo Wesler field J D clerk 2 oo- WhltUnghjll R B sheriff 3 6o Wood T H clerk a oo Walker Lula reporting Comth vs King 82 75 Wedding plowing on road 3 00 Wblte James M 300 Wallace R H 3 75 Watts PC I 50 Wakelln J C 75 Westerfield Isaac 3 oo Webster Nick 3 oo Wedding C W 3 00 Wallace B F 2 25 Wilson Jones shroud for Wells 2 25 Walker Anthony hauling lumber 95 Warner L F shoes to paupers 7 65 White E L plowing on road 4 50 Wilson Jones pauper J B Rum age 35 oo Wilson Jones pauper J S Miller as oo Wilson Jones pauper coffin balance rejected 6 50 Wilson Jones pauper coffin balance rejected 4 50 Wilson Ansel R B com 15 oo White A D mdse alms house a 25 Williams James H drugs for alms house 19 25 Westerfield J D Pordaville house for election 2 oo Wright L T plowing on road 4 50 Ward Elda 6 oo Wilson John B atty Fnlkerson a 50 Wilcox DJ viewer I 00 Woodburn J H road bed 25 oo Wilson John fl ttyt D Tay lor and R 2 50 Wilson John B guardian Ad Liter 5 oo Wilson John B C G Taylor and Chas Williams 5 oo Woodward C L viewer road i 00 The foregoing is a lull list ol claims allowed by the Fiscal Court of Ohio county at the January term 1899 M S RAGLAND Clerk Ohio County Co- urtHeadache It often a warning that the liver Is torpid or Inactive More serious troubles may follow For a promptt efficient cure of iicadacmo and au liver troubles ta- keHoods PillWhile they route the liver restore full regular action of the bowel they do not gripe or pain do not organsbutat all druggists or by mall of I C mood A eo Lowell MUll i lt JJIttKKThe Leading Specialists of America 20 YEARS IN OHIO 250000 CURED WECURE EMISSIONS Nothing CAII bo iioro iletnorelliinf ton young 01 ml ldlece l men than tbl lhso nlghtlr low IhtrM ptoJnco wcnkafK ncrroninex A fellni K sriuptomeThey fanti oe 11 ma r whether raiseS by erll h bli In youth M i rozJr sxusl I tCT fNOKeailer you need help Early abuse or ronllsposurea lOt Our wIlicuroyou Ycuruaziorisk 250000 CURED Young Man Too are feeble mod batM screen irritablerumd ex ot become forgetful norote and blotchei soil lmpies tooitiigforipthe blight IC your WE CURE VARICOCELE may1ww 2itrUoi mEAUIKN1 ilI sure tt Xbe veins return til4their normal condition and hence th IU mosl organs recelre iroi er nourlih p aent Th organs became vlullted allinnntutnl drains or luiwi eear and temporarybesefitNO C IU NO OPiitA itIArON no DLTEN lION FllOM UU81NE3S CURES GUARANTEED WI treat and turl HrPIIIUM lOLKET KMIBSIONO IMIOtKNCV elit inprTiii VAiiiirtiCfr IaIniM WS AND 4ld dissent UllNHULTATlOKl lltUP IiOOICR FltKll CIIA11O11- 1MODERAYP If unable to call write for a Olli SYSON liMN tpr IOM XLLEAtMENYKEDY1ERGA J121W FOURTH ST I I CINCIKNATI O R fiit1 ten Lily 3la l ONLY ONE CURE FOR SCROFULA SISi S1Is the Only Remedy Equal to this Obstinate Disease JBcrofabsolutelythe ideepseatedblood r many socalled purifiers anu tonics because some thlna more than It marA thnio ii rouird S H H III equal to any blood trouble and never falls to cure Scrofula because lidown to tho seat of the disease thus permanently eliminating every trace or thetaint The serious consequences to which Scrofula surely leads should Impress those afflicted with I 4he vital Importance of wasting no time upon treatnt which can wrongtreatmentswellings have resulted for which the doctors jails that a dangerous surgical operation is necessary AbadsufferIngwas I un able to cure me and my condition was as bad as when I sntfIContinuing the remedy I was soon cured permanently have never had a sign of the disease to return Swifts Specifi- cS S S FOR THE BLOOD deepseateblood curedinsteadthe constitution S 8 8 is guaranteed vegetable and never fails to cure Scrofula Eczema Cancer Rheumatism Blood Poison Boils 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Shoes In lace latest last 225 7 Mens highgrade floe Shoes black or tan250 1Mens very best handmade Vici Kid and Chrome Calf Shoes latest last at 300 l 4 Mens heavy work Shoes high cut seamless backat 125 Mens Oil Grain Congress Shoes at 1 l UOUI I Shoes big line and of 8125j j in including l11Dr ted line f none better made ara pail and you will have no f other For the BEST GOODS at the LOWEST PRICES visit t1 nvi HUTU UfUtford Ky J 1 i l l tW t ifl 1 I J Dealers i- nCelebrated Bear ertilizer Buggies Birdsell Wagons Uue J and Blount lows Deering Har esting Machines gents for J r Case Threshing xxcss=rec- i I party is verylemous wr politics Now genIt is sot nel 1 have all the peace Cap Ellis it you want it 3So knows he sun IS Ie9pon8ibleIlls being B t but you yourtion commies Jro beaten at your ownliclly Whet set up a mighty intiwldation and tjubijCanir- ges were basely IOd you MARCH 9 I an excell New spring Clothing at Carson s Efq W A Rone Centertown was town Tuesday If want A nice Suit go to t Westerfielda Briiig your eggs chickens And itiersto fI Carson CoIDtmjISMr J It Tanner was the guest of Rogers brothers Monday smAIrPlenty of good coal at the Dealer bank for 2C and 30 f ii goadTlicc r e It1Felix ohe Victory llidjis very sick of pleurl i q Maple of the Victory 0J4o very low of pneumoi h expected to recover His death is mentioned xrnnday iJn ng if such See Carson Co for the old reliable I Globe Fertilizer gA SOjHVco A nice watch with every oo Suit of clothes at G T Westerfielda Mr Karl Anderson near town Is I I is visiting relatives near Whitesville A nice assortment of Percals India Linens and Dimities at Carson ft Cos Mr George Maddox Rockport called to see us while in town Tues day Mrs M L Heavrin and Master Roy Heavrin went to Louisville yesterday Mr S W Taylor Beaver Dam called at the REPUBLICAN office yes terdjy Dont forget to save your Laundry for Lyman Williams Telephone No 32 and 46 Mr Lewis Rowe of near Echols was a caller at TUB REPUBLICAN office yesterday Rev E P Crowe of Owensborc spent several days last week with his parents hereIMr J A Taylpspecialagent for the I C R n townRyV w1Tuvarthat i Stevens and E E were among out murlayof member of theTaylor Prentis paid TuE ion gave him I his regards Monday n it was lean- utleUNt149P abdBlmer nUnald Deaver Dam rae among our picas I ant cnilers Monday Dr L TuCux Owenaboro was the I guest pf his daughter Mrs M L Heavrin Wednesday a Mrs Sallie Thomas ot Cromwell spent this week in Hartford the guest of her son Tim Taylor Rev Vallandlngbam is reported considerably better Ills friends now hope for his speedy recovery II you want a Watch or Clock see that your ticket is filled out by April i 1900 G T WHSTBRFIEUJ While at court do not forget to call and pay your subscription The favor will he very greatly appreciated Mr K Batrdman of Owensboro Superintendent of the Cumberland Telephone Company was in town this week G T Westeifield will aril youJ goods cheaper than any house in this county Call and examine my S sprlngsults Mr Milton Black of near toWI has been very sick ol tyi hold sever for some time past but is improving quite well DOW 1 Actions of theJust Smell Sweet The fragrance of life is vigor and strength neither 01 which can be found in a person whose blood is impure and whose every breath speaks of internal troubles Hoods Sarsaparilla purifies vitalizes and enriches the blood gives a goodappetite and makes the weak strong Run Down Mytuisbnd ran down In heath And off tlrttl out Those eictSenl medicines Hoofs PSls And SIru ptrSU bud Un op xgjLhi ten H L df airy Tcrwindt Pj aJaJl4 ttaoit Pills nrolln Ifs the non Irrlutlni sae- eIr ethnlo 10 tab wh flood 1rJ II Miss Mary Campbell of Roslne visited her uncle Dr S Wedding during the wee- kRB Martin has returned after sev eral weeks of sickness at Cromwell We are very glad to have him with us again Henry Carson is in the East pur chasing his spring stock of goods for the firm of Carson Co He will return Sunday Messrs R T Collins and Thomas Petrie have gone to St Lonisto pur chase a spring stock of goods They will return Sunday Mr A B Riley cashier of Bank of Livermore Livermore Ky visited his parents Mr end Mrs J C Riley the first of the week Miss Fannie Barnes and sister Mrs Hiley Taylor of Beaver Dam were the guests of Mrs Shelby Taylor Wednesday and Thursday You should not fall to examine my 5 and 6 new spring Suits They are beauts for the money G T WSSTERFIEtD Mr J F Vickers the proprietor of the tobacco factory moved his family from Owensboro yesterday and they now occupy the Likens property on Union street Dont forget that we give free one good Oak Dining Chair with a 15 cash purchase or an Uak Rocker with a 20 cash purchase Dont fall to take advantage of this nfl r- CARsos Co It is reported that Mr C M Taylor Beaver Dam has smallpox and a number of others have been exposed to the disease We hope however that it is a false rumor nevertheless it will be a wise plan to cautiously guard the case bntbe5thiD85at tflrs Hlie neighborhoodpresented Republican boy baby weighing 16 pounds Dr I Westerfield was the attending physician The Christian people of union Grove Church have secured the see vices of Rev Alonzj Kelly and will have services every second Saturday and Sunday in each month The church has recently been established and Is thoroughly alive Mrs Rate Maples widow of Jackson Maples died at her home near town Monday night She had been afflicted for a long while Old age together with a complication of diseases caused her death Her remains were interred in the family burying ground Tuesday The Cumberland telephone has reached Hattford and soon all points In the county will be reached by the exchange This it will be remembered is for no other purpose buJa n out the lot aLtr1 epi a O company Cit izens will you permit it Remember it is with you In a short time blanks for taking the census of Common School Districts will be sent out to the chairman of the several districts In Ohio county Trustees should be on the lookout As soon as the blanks come to the County Superintendent they will be sent oatforthwith Messrs E E Rogers and S L Stevens of Cromwell have closed a contract with the Rough River Tele phone Company to build a line from Beaver Dam to Cromwell They commenced work yesterday and Cromx welTwilt soon be in touch with this section of the country MrJW L Cooper has been granted pension He was one of those noble heroes that fell pierced by a Mauer bulletin the charge up San Juan Hill Certainly he deserves all that Uncle Sam may do for him and he will car tainly care for him ina manner befitting onewbo passed per asperaad astra The Rev A C Capetton of Louis ville will preach at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening at the regular service hours Dr Caperton is one of the ablest divines of the South and should have a crowded house He was for several years the editor of the Western Recorder This position should recommend him to every home in Hartford A story has been reported in some sections of the county that chairmen f school drlstrlcts are being Sued for neglect of duty In some way This report Is not correct But all school district Treasurers who failed In making bond to have same stumped a required by the federal Uw have had to pay h penalty ol in Trees urers bonds lire approved the County Judge or Justice of pace tjl Yr 1 Mallssa Baizttwas tried for idiocy in court yesterday before Judge Owen and was adjudged an idiot The court appointed R C James as a committee to take charge of the unfor tunate one She is eighteen years old and an Idiot from bllth liar father and mother are both dead Fourth day The greater number of the cases set for yesterday were continued filed awny or dismissed The court is moving along slowly with the business The greatest trouble seems tolie with the witnesses If a few of thedelinquents were heavily fined the court would have less trouble and the business would advance more speedily The following gentlemen were ex amined for an increase in their pen sions last Wednesday Wes Foreman colored Hartford Dr L T Cox Owensboro Robert Simpson White Run John Baker Olaton A W Davidson Beaver Dam John Blair Buford and a Mr Waltrip Horse Branch The Board of Examiners is composed of Drs Wedding Taylor and Smith Mr Samuel J Richardson died at his home near Buford Sun day He had been afflicted about a week with la grippe bnt was not thought to be dangerous until about twenty hours before his death At that period he began growing worse and never more regained conscious ness Rev J N Jarnagin conducted funeral exercises alter which the re mains were Interred in Mt Carmel cemetery Mr Richardson was six ty five years old and was a son In law ofJudge Newton A wife and nine children survive him Two children are married one other is of age and the six remaining are small The following gentlemen have paid up their dues to TUB REPUBLICAN since our last issue J S Lewis Earles W E Bennett Manila PIiDJ Kirk Oakland City IndJo Shultz Narrows E G Stewart Beds W J McIntire Ceralvo W P Ren der Point Pleasant JakeShown Beda J F Brown lingo Alonzo Shown Beds H W Waddle Hartford G W Rowe Centertown J L Davis hartf- ord R L Tweddcll Hartford J T Rowe Centertown S O Fogle Pren tis S M Wilson Roslne J B Dod son Hartford W T Sultser Render G W Wedding Adabnrg T C Stratton Hartford and Miss Sophia DavldsoDNashvllIe Tennessee Mr Jesse Tanner of the Shultr town neighborhood died on the 26 th ultimo His Illness was brief but attended with the most intense pain He was strickendown February 16 withwhat appeared to be so pro appendictisThree and an operation performed which resulted not in the discovery of a diseased appendix but in the location of an unnatural growth on the small Intestines This growth which was ulcerlike encircled the intestine and stopped the passage of any sub stance through the system It was au inch or more in diameter Mr Tanner was a farmer and an excellent man He was J ETan are and about tlrlrtyears old He leaves a wife and several children The Teachers Association which was to have met at McHenry on the third Saturday in February bnt fail ed to meet on the account of the very bad roads and cold weather has yet a standing invitation from the good citizens of McHenry to meet with them the third Saturday in MarchI Accordingly the committee has deter mined that the next meeting shall be held at McHenry on Saturday March 17 It is earnestly hoped that allI teachers who possibly can will attend the McHenry session of the association There is no valid reason that we should not increase our interest in the cause and in our work with theI coming of the new year The roads will soon be good and no teachI er in the county will have a just ex cuse for absence Let every teacher lend his might end prese- nceDOCTOR ASH YOUR I Ask your physician this ques tion one great remedy for consumption 1- e answer II Codliver oil Nine out of ten will answer the same way Yet when persons have consumption they loathe all fatty foods yet fat is neces for their recovery and praincodliver turbs the stomach and takes disItaste make it almost unen I durable What is to be done 1- I This question was ans veered when we first ma- deSGQTTS EMULSION of CodLiver Oil with Fto phosphltesAlthoughthatwas ago yet it stands alone to day a one great remedy I for all affections of the throat and lungs The bad tote and odor have been taken away the oil Itself has been partly digested and themt sensitive stomach objects to It rarely Not one In ten can take and digest the plain oil Nine out of ten can take SCOTTS EMULSION and di gut ILThat why It cures to many ctet of early consumption Liven In advanced cases It brlntfi comfort and grtally prolongs life JOCIIdI1 II SCOTT BOWHE Clumku N L JURY DOCKETn I MARCH TE11W Olliq CIRCUIT COURT 11003K3IIllnnUni3- IT3 KD OUII1O U C Jamn WstUH7dVlirltiSCO Coitbtajr AtSssCnmpfleldSKtlAtoo cofi03tCoSW1 HUCO10thitalellxLThompon300nmqKP9I H 1IltfftnTTlo Coa Co 3oasw 8 JamraVn T Taylor J- avwDOD TWllonvCetL09 n LnCO ItOO4MSJR 1L Co Com401JJ CoItth4OIIJ II 7TH HT Tlrown- 401KJ tl lloorern1 jtthby Ar FonIIIemt4033rtba Ftrganon TiUcHfnry Coal Co COURT NOTES The Ohio Circuit Court convened Morday with Judge Owen on the benth and Commonwealths Attor ney J E Rowe at his post of duty The petit jury WM made up of the following named gentlemen D W Kimmel K P Moore Ben S Cham berlain V U D Stevens R N Di VeG W Riley W T Sanderfur T D Royal C T Jones W H French J S Cecil C W May Albert McCrocklin J C Greer J L Wade Edward Hamilton Alonzo Phillips J M Neighbors II S Dnke David BlackJ W Keown George W Kel ley C T Edwards and H ABrooks The following gentlemen are look Inn alter those patties who violate the la v and are preparing them for court A H Ross foreman Prank Lowe clerk E Crabtree abet iff II B Bean Samuel Davidson John W MoselyT W Barrett G M Hipsley Joseph McKinley W T Peyton Burch Shields andJo T Funk The case of the Commonwealth vs Estes colored charged with grand larceny was the first case submitted to the jury and the following verdict wasreturned We the jury find the defendent as charged and fix his punishment confinement in the penitentiary for the period of his nat ural tile This unfortunate youth hall served two terms in the State prison but tbe warning was not heed ed and he committed the third offense for which he spends the remainder of his days in bars The case of Robert Arbuckle charged with horse stealing was tried and the jurys verdict was not guiltyThe other cases set for the second day were all continued except E A White which was set for hearing tbe third day The cases of the Common wealth vs M Likens were set for hearing Saturday The cases of the Commonwealth vs Tbq inlet jynjgftfcdjuyaiL l 4 that Ot V ilier waa6aed 2 ind R P- Iers cases were s tfot8yrday The other cases were next termCaleb Wright and son Claude were indicted for the murder of Felix Pool and the case was set for Monday Visiting Attorneys In attendance at court are Col C M Barnett Louis I vlllef Judge C W Masnie Owensbo ro S P Roby Fordsville B P Woot en Beaver Dam B L Kelljt U tna viUe and John T Rone Centertown Ben D Ringo and J P Sinderfur were appointed by the court to ex amlue applicants for law llscense The following gentlemen were applicants for license to practice law at the Hartford bar J M Porter and Co D Chick Beaver Dam H Pruden GBUkens R T Wedding Hartford Edgar Leach Bed- aSontonced For Life George Estes colored was giver a life sentence in court here Tuesday for breaking into a box car of the IC R R Co at Horse Branch last fall and stealing some clothing Mr J A Taylor special agent for the I C took the case in hand and in a very short time pad the offender in his pose session It seems foolish that men prone to steal will elect to rob a railroad of allY of Its possessions when such sharpers are to be put alter them for they are invariably caught sooner or later We are Informed that this was the first time in the history of the road tbat a man was glven a life sen teAce for committing such fan offense but this was his third sentence and the law bad a dead cinch on him Mr- S P Roby was appointed by Judge Owen to defend him who ably defended his client but his efforts were in vain Commonwealths Attorney J E Rowe was assisted by Mr H P CaafrThlsindeed Cbbatactera C rC Farmers Pleiad Fqr Dotter Roads The grand jurors petit jurors I and other attending court have er pressed themselves very favpjablyj oh the new suljectof road workiBj taxation The present system s known to every one to be a failure especially for the present time The roads oil over the county are in a very bad condition and those near Hart lord lire almost Impassable The pet pieare certainly prepared fora change analwhy not have it Thede manjLr good Toads grows each year ae mayA great resources of the eeflBtry ate developed The lrsikbythe very nature of h1 i h todoIlor it a- isaognt of haulm its use 1000t0THSFROM CaDURINGTHE YEAR TtirUrrnm et i hl11 ltIaraae err LurklnRlbrrwbrret TtioiiMtniUul Dnllarn Nand bjr Ililh Wuudtrlhl ltU nnrerj Hundreds of thousands of dollars has been lost in the poultry business amongSthe flocks caused by cholera coup gape and other latal diseases There have been many remedies advanced but none seem to be so successful as the American Poultry Mixture This will cure chickens In the last stage of cholera and coup and is excellent for gapes Do your fowls suffer from violent diarrboci dropping ot the wings stupor or excessive thirst These are the first symptoms ot cholera Chol era Is a germ dl eae and being infer tions spreads rapidly through the en tire flock Take time by the forelock dont stop to experiment with nnreli able or untried remedies Use this mixture at once and the sanitary measures they recommend in connection Dont give the fowls up Cholera is a terrible disease but this remedy cures it every time It is also guaranteed for roup which can be told by hoarse breathing swelled eyes discharge at Filtydollars yourfowlsrest from catching it Try it It it cheap reliable and eflectlve a scien tific preparation goes more than three times as far as any other remedy does more good than all of them combined It is used and endorsed by the most experienced and largest breeders ot plalruand fancy poultry In all parts ol the world The manufacturers guarantee every package or refund pur chase money If your druggist dont sell American Poultry Mixture hes behind the age In that case send i for sample box to American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind 2 spring seasons than any other time It would therefore be toehls Interest to have better roads even his taxes were a little higher The business men throughout the country are a unit on a better system of road By all means the Fiscal Court should develop plans for road working by taxation at thelrnezt term and give the people the benefit ol It It will hurt not a single memberin any way but will win for the court thanks and esteem of a grateful people The jail birds numbering from four to eight throughout the year should be put on the public highways and not allowed to be fed by the jailer like boarders at a tavern which is an inducement to a certain class to com mlt crime that they may fair sumpt uously with our popular jailer Each boarder costs the county 3 50 per week and thetaxpayers have it to pay too Next year at this time wr should have a turn pike from Hart ford to Beaver Dam and then let the countyIspikes PJll 1 arsonJ5rC8Fort ANY AND ALL KINDS O- FGroceries TKIEPIIOXE NO n Good For Llttlo Folks Theres danger in giving medicine to children The tender and delicate membranes of a childish body are so sensitivethatany harsh or viqjent stuff forced into their little stomachs is lIa- ble to cause life tong misery Yet children and especially Infants are much afflicted with colic cramps and bowel complaints and something mutt be done for them Pill poison and sickening liquids are postively dangerous and the only preparation that we have foand to meet the case is Cascarets Candy Cathartic the sweet mild perfumed little candy tablet that acts so gently yet positive without grip or gripe that the taking or giv- Ing of medicine has become a pleasure We recommend our readers to keep Cascarets in thehousehold stall times y Hylers Dysptps1a ra lets pleasant easy to take and give permanent relief 30 days treatment i Mailed- on receipt of price tf MUKDOCK CCKK Co Atlanta Ga An active mind from grief trouble worry of cares demands from the body greater amount of fuel for the rlUl flres than the Mn supply It requires certain it of vital force to operate the human machine and when all the available supply of force is absorbed by tho brain there Is noth fog left for the stomach It it easy now to why and have become almost why nervous person is usually so very andre can be 11M perand all ub Sarsaparilla you mailed on ud you will find health in tisemt ITS 1 You think ofNew Spring Be- tbiuv days and good crolheegroove in baodso er You never feel just right in the suit thatrits just a little off color for style anda for wear If youll note the prices wo ekyou for our 1 j good clothes youll not bt ilftto1lSPRING BEAUTIES 0 = c i1 i = v I Three styles we quote youthree winnersyoull find jut what will be handsomely tailored toe la 7 that stylish up todato mannertwill be a suit that will let the paceplump values each at the prices I 000 800 1OOO f 4l SlRINCSTYLES In Ilats Any shape you likeany color you desire Fedoras tile newest blccki the correct the correct Spring styles prices to pleaM you X Derbys 1 and up to3e Fedoras 75c and up to3e t f ENDOFTHESEASON lrgetherand the purpose now is to clear them at once Your getting them at your own price Ladles Wrap Over Tt coats Gents Ladies and Unde J i wear also Goods f l- ri r Pays to Buy Your Fixings tAt reliable uptodate Store where are sold on their merits where prices are based upon a ual worth where your money goes back to you tfjtjfi just as represented CARSON It s KGENGY b DAYS IRON CLAD tsSIIUII5I11r1lI Pure Gum and Guaranteed e Rr n CATARRH BE CURED MURDOCHS CUREIr IT GOES TO PART SURE SAFE AND PLEASANT For years has the medical sought a reliable and sure cure or tarrh In this endeavor many hundreds of nostrums have been oitaed to suffering the health of have been completely raked b DyapepelaSpraysfected parts this manner I ecienliflcpreparatioqstosystem uQecied by the disease It relieves the worst form ma Hay Fever Colds in the Head and all forms of fmatter what shape and cures whim treatment is fol Jmatter ho wilt tie you are affected dont t r comes otters from simple colds Like all new and vrwill find others saying theirs are just as good Bewarett t are worthless 8rVE ONLY AkA TRIAL t 0 1 any address prepaid on receipt of price J COboxfib r DYSPEPSiA f t Nervous Dyspepsia Caused me Great Distress for aW of Years finally L was Cured Ijj r- y i tfe Miles Nerviner sufferIng overexertion household a digestive organism a amount overworked understand irritability dyspepsia synonymous a particular 2disputed I naturally i pleanes youlc rj Derbys spring colorings Underwear Childrens Millinery a Clothing COt AAR Strictly FAIR CAN CATARRH EVERY fraternity publlcand thousands instantly Bronchitis continued timcoNo i Nervine puts the mind in Just thatlfrom Dr Miles Nervine and wonld be eld K condition It is a brain and nerve could Induce some other poor suffer to crt rood nnd tonic whose important clefitatdal MvLJ5NNECos ments acting upon the bodY a 1WamnOhJo l wlthequal force pop t 1 TefflclencrJD r Col I hadFpickstakenaith much distrtolosing and very unhaa slclans wh ear