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L4 = G Ubb1ng aa1ies1 Tb lt 8rr3H13IdloloyfJlIJIIIltb l2t4 Iw Tribune 126 h IIomi4 rn125 121Uq1 lt0 InI1irineJob Work a Specialty OFFICIAL ORAK OF TBE PAT IN TBE FOURTB CON aESSIONALDISTaICrSubs ription 1 a year Ll L 14 1Kt VOL XII HARTFORD KY FRIDAY MARCH 16 1900 No 34 YLeea I AT THE RATE OF 4iiV AFVInths3igt- F The Louisville 4Evening Post 1611itheWhEVERYTHING THAT A DAILY NEWSPAPER SHOULD CONTAIN FweeIogIThe Rates Are f101 fr Three Month HSO for 3la nonthi SLoe lor One Year J12 copIes for 200 cents Send rOhl card for tmflt co- piesLYONS r I LAXATIVESYRUP I 9 r I I NATuncacune ro- nCOMSIIPATJONI rs maJe from the dici extracts of I e tll I mJ fn ntiins no in prtIsrtptionthe cure t i i Jc lIeJJ1h u JCS mJ t Jrh1utmiKestlie complex 1 cir t- jI lIWbutlieituiIst wiil rrur t mon An Idt tmtoy I r c Wren well ias adults For ale by druggists at j So per bottle I M 3TOSI fBAT S 37A lyJR UyIKyJORO PSYCUUD Ihoustn4 with L 110 UeebI CU ttbopIi In tee 4ty at IMU twoihiMenfell mptoma rtmor t fMtlmonlali and TEN DAYS trratmtnt tm DEnBORXH1 SOISUoz K AtiantaUr Are You- InterestedrIIrIntheziew8oftheday If so you want to latest hnpptnlnps and feel that then ws is authentic 1 Louisville Dispatch Prints all the news without any partisan coloring and Is today the leading paper ot Kentucky Agents Wanted Everywhere t For both Dally and Weekly Sample copies free Address Louisville Dispatch 10UINV1IIK KY tfho tin think WantedAn Idea of IhUztopaMntr aom lnpl Protc nOr Ideti bring OG WaIt WIIe JOliN WWDEltUUlM rUna Ai- torrviInD a0 LOTA ANn CLIMATIC Not nu but local reo change 11te will JrI I i Catarrkc9i I I Ktlsqulclclyab so r bed Gives re lid at once Opens and cleanses the C Nasal Passages Allays Inflammation Heals and irotects the Membrane Restores the senses ol taste and smell No mercury No Injurious drug Reg ular size snc S laniily size Iat Drug Ista or by mall ELY UROTIIKRS 55W2eSftIIlNIwYOFL r IT NTS GUARANTEED returned If welch Auyoneendit1I- LdCl1 sn4 dflcriptlOQ 06 IllY InventiOn VIII receive our free concernlne fhelwUWUty of une JIow to ObtalOa Talent aM request TatenM ecurcd through w atvertlc4 forsale at our epenle r RIICOIIJSlan I Jv EvansBuIulIng tWASHllCGT rt KW Did You Know 1nu 7 di1For relief of dYltbal ter sTausVTabletaw01 1 on rnt uiICUR red K THE HARTFORDREPuJ3LmlN1 HAVEYOU DYSPEPSIA c SCIENCE CALLS IT CATAItRII OF TUB STOLtCIII MIlS Dado Btegerrmn Superintendent ot the Chicago North Shin Womans Club ot Chicago In a recent letter to Dr Ilartman speaks of Iorunn on foliowa It Poruna has often been n cd byllio members of our club In caioa of stomach trouble and general debility alto recently In eases ot la grippe and always with tho most beneficial results I think a great deal ot 1cruna often recommend It to my friends and am glad to say all who havo tried It speak a good word font MM Emily S Carson Austcrlltr MlehlayrI Ilartman Dear Sir I had been troubled with dyipepUa and indi gestion for many years and waa very much reduced In flesh 1 could not eat anything with out the greatest distress after ward My food would como up and my atom ach became very weak from failing aa I preferred to go without food rather than Butter tho conie ucncr I could get no rest by day nor sleep by night I tried every remedy dvertlsed for tho cnro of dyipepila without tho least benefit At tact I got a Iwttlo of Icrnna I confess I had no alth In jt aa I had been 10 often cheap pointed but In a day or 10 I felt much mproved Food did not diitrel mo ai tcfore I continued Its uie and after lalng a dozen bottle I was a well woman I can oat any thing without the K K ggK KK I DHtltK1ci America HEKMItIOHIO K WECURESTRltTURE Thousand of oiing aol lalJJlooi men are truubledlthtluli o tnanrl oeonecioul7 lb011D11 hAO n wart I Inz icwallon mAil taming Stream harp cutting Inut time plight dli chino In roramrncinc cakIorgans emuolono ant nit tbe rf nerroui dobllllr thtr lure HtlCH I rum UantlctUoeloMciperlmcnton lvmmyou br catling itrct or I I MUNT abntb the Itrlclura tlwneiI IJinothtxt rbo oxualorff n aro trcDBth ncrvci nto Invlconttodiond mtlItl luanliootl ret- UrnJJCURE GLEET ThousanJi of ynurc aol intjilloaeM 4 men nra Imvlui their CSl1AIIcor anil 1itoIti cntIiialIy Int dl c Tbcy aro frequently uucontcluai 1 4 I i f t1ocatisorthofofrmi toraf tlenprnl rIIIC tAIIllIr3 tlr laiilinnl Kcrvoutnori 1cor Jlcm I fl Irrltnlilllly nt time Krorllngten rI tnn lutken ro1111 dark crcleWciik JIuok Unora 1J0 relnn JkAmbition Varlcoccli hhrunkcn lArt cte it hrtut uiti bmilydoctor I h 1 Oua ltnj cetIzucnI on P Coniult eI itciali wniiliiTamuloniifa tiiilr if I U 1110111111IImen UurLIY 1 I rolIeelfor n cao To for trailraent and rOnoIc4c Tcrm4noJcratoforncuro CURES GUARANTEED To lreit nnJ rnrn rMICHONS VAIIIOKTIi BVIllrUS KLKKT- HTItlCTUltK 1 1 inriscy SITIIBT UHA1N VNNAHUAIi IMSrilAIUl IL VI lihNBtiTAtinN vurM nOOKS OtIITIFTTON1ItLAT1LT D Q K KENNEDY KERGAN 122 17 FOURTH STREET Kl SS CiriCUlNATI O K 1Yt KK Kflct K ft A Free Trip to Paris Htllabla peronufaT0tcllnIaI or InTCDtlT aMM 1 cslringatrlptath larl lUonjwlUife d 1lQdDpI shouMFTH UmorDIe 1AI Md J IciELiv4LOCAL TII1CTAIIL BEAR WAM1 JORTII HOUND HAUTU ItITJN1rI 933 4S3 N III 221l1aLi IS2X13S3O Il in 2012a p JII 30311133 1 k III aiiaiiai p Iii j Ar i1j- jif f iJIfdIII xticJI ary pro LJ1 a J 1 n least distress sleep well and Instead of tho living skeleton I was I am now a healthy fleshy woman This was in lS81 and I have continued well evct ilnco I havo not been without yow recoveryIcuredMr F Schmidt layai Peru na has saved my life For live year the bcetdoctoya had pronounced me Incur able I Buffered with a complica lion of diseases palpitation of the heart nervousness weakness and dye pop la A few hollies of Peruna and Manallncured mo Poru na cannot be beaten I give nnCh varlon little ail monte which annoy little one and the result la that they aro never sick but always strong and healthy I havo gained forty pounds since taking Poruna So many people havo what is tailed lyipepsla without having tho slightest luiplclon that catarrh of tho stomach Is Iho cause Snch peoplo take pepsin and a thousand other thing vainly hoping to get well Hut the catarrh romaine anti of course the dyspepsia remains permanentlybyPoruna has cured moro cases of dye pepsia than any other remedy In tho world Address Dr Hartman Colum bus Ohio for a free book TUB FAMOUS HOOK Darkness and Daylight on Lights and Shadows of Now York Lift 0No recent publication has command ed more attention from tbe prcts the pulpit and the reading public than thIs truthful impressive and startling volume It is thrilling story of per anal experience in Rescue Work undertaken In Hit iVame in Darkest Now York Its hundreds of thrilling anecdotes and incidents humorous tones sketches of life and character thrilling personal experiences touch ing home scenes and tales of tender pathos witb which the volume is pack edwere drawn horn the bright and shady tides of real life No other book has drawn so many tears nor provoked BO many smiles The unqualified in lorecmcuts it has received from min sters ofaU denominations and the unstinted praise bestowed upon it by eminent vomen iu this country and England would fill a volume It hits been preached about from famous pul pita read by tens of thouiaodn of sub cribersand made the subject ot many- a clergymans Sunday evening lecture Its authorship is fourfold its authors being no less than Mrs Helen Camp bell Rev Jjyman Abbott D D Thomas W Knott aud the worlds greatest detective Thomas Bjrnes Chief of theNew York Detective BureauIt us252 superb engravings every one of them wade from photo jraplu taken from life mostly yflmh light Every taco isa portrait every eeftfa stern reality Iu looking at lli lqetrallons1ho reader see ilt a ttiie Just how Gospel work I ieerzidn iy day and by night by- restiebaai1e he is shoWn etrango 1rarelyip p fl t lJte lodgIngju tlot aud d t nth lr u rtne opp- oduuitllIIi I parlments etcnothing seems to be omitted Mrs Campbell tho principal writer certainly was a woman commissioned of God and In His Name spent many years as a city missionary liter ally In Darkest New York This unique volume presents these thrilling experiences of Christian endeavor with the hundreds of pathetic andamusing scenes that were packed into them it portrays life in a great city by day and by night As Seen by a Woman it shows tho power of the Gospel to ret deem souls from the lowest depths it gives striking testimonies of the redeemed and from all these rich and varied experiences it draws living truths for head and heart tbatjare worth to any reader ten times the price of the book Mrs Campbells account of rescuework is full of wonderfully touchimg incidents Strang er stories are here told than romance ever dreamtd ot every one nf them drawn from real life by a womans hand In every chapter she weaves in anecdote after anecdote incident after incident story after story and the readers attention IS held breath less to the end of the volume Rev Dr Lyman Abbotts lifelong interest in City Mission work and his personal share in that work prcemii nently fitted him to write for this book In his introduction to it he says My liteiret In thee rhnw ot city itate from- mrollgeda3p From that day to thlaovert- hird n olnrrntgrr I hare continued the etudle then begun and the enbjvct ot thin book ha been otnll1omollmlaOne of the most absorbingly interesting portions of the book is that written by Detective Byrnes giving the ripe experience of thirty years of detective life Many of the startling revelations he makes are taken from his private diary They have never before been published This fascinating volume in all alive with intense and striking reality The best of it is that it is a pure and elevating book from beginning to end a volume for the family circle On this point the words of Rev Dr Twitcbell who has a family of ten children are woith quoting here Dr TwitchellwritesMy wife says that she is going to set our young peo pIe on the book right off for the good it will do them We do not know when 740 pages have given us more genuine pleasure- If we speak warmly of the book it is because it richly deserves it It is sold only by agents and as might be expected is meeting with an enormous sale Agents who Introduce such a work ought to be cordially welcomed A better one has certainly never come to our table It will be read over and over again by old and young with every increasing pleasure and lasting profit and its magnificent illustrations will never be forgotton The work is published by the old and wellknown Hartford Publishing Co of Hartford Conn whose imprint is sufficient guarantee of the excellence of this firstclass volume They want more agents for it Royal Octavo 749 pages 252 fine plates steel par traits and text illustration Dit A C CAFEKTOX Gen Agent Leitchfield Ky A Nice Distinction Mrs WashoutSo de Johnsons claIm to come ob better stock dan de acksonB Mra Wringer Yais ole man Johnson was hung for murder while ole man Jackson was simply lynched Judge THIS FIRUT BABY Its Coming is Looked Forward to With Both Joy and Tear and its Safe Arrival is Hailed Witb Prido and Delight by All Tho arrIval of the first baby In the household U tim happiest and most Im 01 tan tovent of married The young wife who Is to become a mother delights to think of tim happiness In store for her rhjn the little one shall nestle upon her lisptheBut her happy anticipation quickly van ishes when she realizes the terrible pain and suffering through which she must pass while bringing tho little one Into the world An Jndescrlbublo fear of the anger attondnnt upon tho ordeal soon iUslpatoe her joyfulnves Thousands of women have learned by experience that there is absolutely no nCC88lt for the sufferings which at tend childbirth they know that by the use of Mothers Frlenda scion tills liniment for a few week before the trying hour mothers can- o prepare themselves for the final tour he pain and suffering ot the ireaded event are entirely obviated and It is safely through with com jaratlvely livtlo discomfort women are Interested and es pecially expectant mothers who for tho 5f1t time have to undergothls trial In tuch a remedy for they know the pain and suffering to say nothing of the dan reI which is In store for them Moth srs Friend Is womans greatest bloc tingf fpr It taVss her safely through the leveret ordeal of her life Every woman tiiould be glad to read tho little book teue flaby omwhlch contains- 91Stionof great value to all It I Jsent to one who sends their address to ThaVradfleld Eegu XtorCoAtUnUG I Vati 1 t if JJi 1 Under the Operation of the Goebel Law the Result is Not Left to Chancew Editorial fromtOiarlf rJonmnl March II 981 The General Assembly which ad journed yesterday sfj urned forever For while the term fort which it was elected will not expire uptil nearly two years yet it can reconvene only at the callol the Governor and the Governor being a Kentucklan with some can cern for the interest of his State and Republican though he be being a Ui better Democrat than the majority ol the men in this Assembly whose act it hsisieJf incumoodt upo ito re view would prove atrociously and im possibly recreant to his truat if he should voluntailly summon again to the stage this vicious body of deform ed Democrats and degenerate Ameri cansIt is not with the extravagance ol speech that such a provocation might naturally cause but calmly deliber ately with a lull knowledge of the Legislatures record and a critical survey thereof that the CourierJour nal realizing what it rays lii all its significance declares that for violence to the very vitality of Americanism for abandonment ol every principle oi Democracy for contempt of even the semblance of liberty for the abolition oi every individual and social right upon which republicanism is based for flagrant scorn of even the form of lair play and even the shadow of de cenc for absolute and open deser tion of public duties and abject and malevolent prostitution to partisan plunder for arrogant usurpation in the name ol spoils ol the sacred func tions of representative government and their distortion to oligarchic des potism for all these things the record of this Legislature is not unparalleled but unapproached It is approached in all the dreams cf the Federalism oi Hamiltons day It If unapproached in all the tendencies 01 Toryism and Wblgism It is unapproached in all the orgies of carpet bagism mllitar ism returnincboardism Brownlow ism Reconstrnctionlsm Lodgelsm in the State and national annals oi this country The maddest usurpations of State government in the Southover the rights of thw disfranchised whites the most desperate efforts of the Re publicans in Congress to build a par ty dynasty upon the suflrage of the newly emancipated blacks the wild est riots of the fanatical freaks oi Kansas and South Carolina never ap proached tbe record ol this Kentucky Legislature in its plunge from democ racy to despotism- As the CourierJournal has hereto fore explained it has not commented upontbe record of this Legislature as it was made nor attempted in any way tI shape its making because it recognized what the members openly boabted that they were there first last and all the time to punish the CourlerJonrnxl to do what it desired should not be done to leave undone what it desired should be done to undo what it thought should stand That was according to its own avowal the inspiration and the mission of this Legislature That has been from the I days ot its assembling to that of its adjournment the one purpose together with the purpose to perpetuate in Its possession the official spoils which has animated and domi nated the majority of this Legislature At first the Couriers Journal was disposed to give them the benefit 01 the doubt It did not wish to believe that any such assembly of 011Ksentative of the people of Kentucky could be so lost to all sense of their responsibilities steeped in bigotry so defiant of the interest of theirState and their party so blind to duty de cency intelligence It was loath to believe that any political party or any faction ol any political party in a State which had so long stood us a bulwark of stability honor and pati iotisui could produce such a Legislature Htnce it svas that we deemed it not amiss to say that whatever might be the per I sonal or even the political feeling of the members we took it for granted that it was their desire to serve the State and tht they would bend their rOoits to that end leaving them a free field therefore to work out their will unjrrituted by even a suggestion from a which had incurred j their fury becauseit bad dared to doubt that a political caucus or con V n maybe i ithowtvercontradktor iu all st I lot g ttn that its libenitaMy idconceding to the Legist tare saedesie to do Its duty was entlr lpBn ie erved by that hotly Frim be rt it struck its gait and sbor a caliber It was there to dtsttthe CourierJournal and to null ic tile offices Jtstinck tight and l5viaVver its disordered im CourlerJouHalInkJ with BO refer aolt pn uilIL ence to the public good except to In jure it simply because it was hoped thereby to injure the CourierJournal The Sheriff of the largest county of the State was to have his office abol ished for no other reason than that he had sense enough to do as other ad vertisers do used the columns of the Courier Journal when he wished tJ reach the public the government fj Louisville was to be revolutiSnfiSi and many ot its executive officers dir continued solely t ecauselt wAJ ifd1 that some of she incumbents of those offices did not think it thefirst dnty of man to destroy the Courier Journal laws were passed whose only object was the annihilation of the business of the Courier Journal As to this part of the Legislatures record the CourierJournal Indifferent We do not care a rap for its puerile and im potent assaults upon us We are more prosperous today than when the LegIs- lature convened and if there is a member of that body who has taken part in this prostitution ot his duties who is not now eternally dead politically It is only because the infamous Goe bel bill may yet be made to save him another election despite an outs raged people Let it be noted also that this Legis lature started out with a great gascon ade against the corporations To check trim uproot the corporations was after the extermination of the Courier Journal its chief aim and proclamation But what went with I all the bills that were aimed at the corporations About the only one that became a law was directed at the Courier Journal There were many others directed at other corporations I Those corporations are doing business i as usual the Legislature has done its business and departed but where are those anticorporation bills The CourierJournal does not intend to add much to what it has already said with references to the act by which this Legislature will for all time be known as the most undemo cratic in American history When it appeared that that monstrous proposition was seriously advocated at Frank Frankfort the CourierJournal broke its silence and spoke the astounded horror of an indignant people But these shortsighted partisans cared nothing for the people With the sufirage of the people taken from their keeping and placed in that of a board created by one faction of one political patty what mattered the shifting fav or of the people What mattered the voting so long as the conttol of the elections and the counting of the bal lots were where the people had no power and the machine was omnipo tent with noneto question orImpeach It is idle to plead that reputable men have been put at the head of this partisan oligarchy They cannct change its character They cannot lilt it up it must inevitably draw them dow It is not of material moment who is on this board it is whol ly irresponsible to the people whose acts It rules it is a creature oi parti sanship it is bound to be an Instru ment cf partisanship it is outside and beyond our entire system of gov ernment as devised and handed down by the fathers who never dteamed of such an anomalous structure of autocracy in their scheme ot democracy It cannot exist with democracy One Or the other must fall and we are free Achilles was Invulnerable III every part oftbe body save his lice The runs that he was rendered nerable by beingI dipped in time river Styx infancy the heel bywhich he was the only I not submerged and there fore retain Ing its mar tal weak ness I nvefoneI 0 some 2wenk spot In his ntv sical organism and that weaksp tSile iu auauic attacking point of No man is stronger luau that weakest spot in him We see robust look- Ing men down like nlneplnslat a touch of disease and It is simply the wound in the weak spot the vulnerable heel of Achilles It is time office of Dr Pierce Golden Medical Discovery to build up the weak places to strengthen the weak organs of the It does this on Nature own plan of nourishment Proper food properly assimilated a weak man strong But time man ia only an aggre of so that tbe strong man lungllliverDiscovery into Natures hands the- material by which the stomach is the blood 6ed the nerves nourished the lungs vitalized It makes the weak strong and the sick well jit contains ro alcohol or other Intoxicant R I MeKnljrht of CaSe WUlUmiburz C writea 1 1 had two troubled with m for twelve jtncob d at times I 1Nr not irate mjr bed wai crippled many doctors end two of tnem can tue die None of them did me muchiMM nc pllln beck hipi an lltos In my headl would ierly kill t GJ4elIjie4ICTs4 100 four I- lcI II ue tod ialIhia1i r len Lily t11 1 l jjjj r I Tki R fbIlcan can get the LoulsvflleJEyenl rupt papers one year for only 250 I f tJt tI say in Kentucky yet we do not be lieve it will be democracy Political patties fire useful and nec essary but political parties must mean more than a piratical raid upon office Political parties cannot sink fairness and honesty and themselves float Political parties in a republic cannot exist by the enslavement of the people When they attempt it they will be swept from the earth as tinder be fore a conflagration No party that ever was or ever shall be weighs a feather in the scale with the right ol the people to casttbeir votes and have them counted We are wofuliy mistaken In the people of Kentucky if ny patty can live that identifies itself wftJv Goebelism The Legislature ithji JM just dfed in ignomlnty has iIjtcould r send tFf Dem tlCjjfarty to the salrie- fftveT dfsionore4 It the Democratic party or the Republican patty 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 long er deserving of the right of self government which they will have surren dered And that they have sunk to such depths degradation the people of Kentucky no the people of any other Commonwealth In this Union sIgnIrecord which the Legislature leaves it would have been worse had not their been in the executive chair a Governor vigilant to see hIs duty and courageous to do it lIe was powerless for much good but he was able to do the State some service and was ever willing to do it For this he will have the thanks of patriotic Kentuckians whatever be their party Do You Nood An Electric Bolt For the pAst ten years Dr J New ton 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 he has perfected such a belt which he believes to be the only perfect belt made It is light handsome of great power and with new attachments which make it suitable for every case He 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 he will write you about the belt and if you desire the belt will be sent C O for inspec tion Address Dr Hathaway Co 39 Church St Nashville Tenn tf O eicxLX lean timelbs Hays Aisays BarttEft- tu JiU +OSulllvans Warning Dan E OSullivan editor of the Louisville News comments thus on the disfranchisement of Louisvilles 40000 voters by the Poyntz election pirates in order to unseat the RepubI lican State officials What are the cltirsns of Louisville going to do about ItIWe will inform the Democratic revolutionists in a few words j They ate going to cast their votes in November against every man that encouraged this steal or profited by it I any way If he is a candidate for Governor an adverse majority of 25 t 300 votes will be cast against him i and if a candidate for President upholds c such rascality a similar fate I awaits him These votes will be castI and they will be counted Louisville pays onehalf the State taxes It is entitled to consideration even at the lands of the lawless ruffians at Frank bit That much will be made plain long bflire the November election II 0 Moro Gum and Loss Guam PostmasterThere is a great de wand from collectors lor the Guam postage stamps I presume youd like a set of them wouldnt you Customer No I dont know that I care particularly for any Guam postage stamps but Id like a little more gum on the ones I do gttN Y tfoild With a Proviso Are you mariied asked a magis trate in a Dublin police court ot a man charged with committing an assault- on another man No your worship replied the man in the box Thats a good thing for your ife said the magistrate The Green Ivg We give no rewinds Au oflir of this kind is the meanest of deceptions Test the curative powers otE s- Cream Balm for the cure o gtarthr Hay Fever and Cold in the HistVd yojjareuuretoconUnnethetmV Relief is imlnedlate and a cure f Uew It isnot drying does notpzo sneezing It soothes and beilitfke1f laemDraaev Piice o cents z44rvg tt Rists or by mall lily flrotherel b Warren Street New York JAor women t1aitaG i f j lIIiI PROOF OF PROSPERITY Remarkable Dooroaso In The Number of Unemployed Probably in no single year In the history of the United States has there been BO great a change in the Indus trial condition Think ol it In thetgreat State of New York fourteen months ago more than a quarter of the working people were unemployed and seeking work from day to day to en able them to procure tire necessaries of life Within the enuln po months the unemployed nnmbVf less than five In every hundred andaathe World suggests at the present time the per probably1esdoatt Ii fact 1riieeJirWpOlt of the covtrs only ten 899 from Jan 2 to NOYI iatkeymonths of 8g8 and during the previous two years or more the depres slon was far greater The process of recovery from the awful stagnation and prostration incident to the anti protection policy oltheWilsonGormaa act had commenced and someprog ress toward the restoration of Indus trial prosperity had already beeafttade previous to January i 1899 The lull measure of the happy results 6f the Dingley act can be known comparing present condltionsiwjth J those existing at the period when ln dustrixl prostration under the Wilson Gorman act wast most complete That period is not covered by tIme report from which the aboverif gaoled8 As we have said the flgnres lIud 4 to refer only to New York lint it fif sale to say that if the statistlcVcoverv ed the entire country the fmproveKnJj shown would be equally marki many States probably in aljrtko6e having important man ifactutingiti instries We are quIte tasured that ennsylvanlu makes as goa showing as New York Industrial pro terity has reached high water mark In nearly every community and only In localities where a vast excess oi unskilled labor abounds are there idle hands seeking employment without beIng able to find it These localities ate few now and the number is din ninlMiing from week to week Wilkes Barre Pa Record OverWork Weakens Unhealthy Kidneys Your Make Impure B 1All the blood In your body passes thro your kidneys once every three minutes nm The kidneys are your I blood purifiers they fil Iter out the waste or impurities In the blood If they are sick or ou- tofordertheyfailto do 1eI work I Palnsachesandrbeu matum come from ex cess of uric add In the neglectedkldnKidney trouble causes quick or unsteady tugtheykidneypoisonedIt used to be considered that only urinary kidneysbut beginningt If you are sick you can make no mistake kldneYJT1earI1klland wonderfulcyres of the cndissoldonitsrnerits y all druggists In fifty ent and onedollar slz IS You may have maOOCSScceg Ample bottle by reef also pamphlet iut If you have kidney Mention this paper a Co Blnghamton N Y Sweet Bells Jangled Out of Tune and Harsh Shakeipean1 description OU thou panda women ate cross do- pondent sickly burden to- themacives Lad ZoIII Their tweet dispositions are gone and they jko the teem out of tune Bat there U a remedy They can tuo g McELREES 1 1 WineiofCarduiIt organism and health there means ill poised nerves calmness strength It restores womanly vigor and power It tones the nerves which suffer ing aud disease have shattered It is the most perfect remedy ever devised to restore weak women to health and to make them attractive and happy Iroo at all druggists IIi cases requiring spec ial directions address giving symp tons The Ladies Advisory De partment Tho Chattanooga cine Co Chattanooga TenD REV J TV SJirrU Camden 8 OH 7a I217 wle used Wine or home t filling ol the womb and U eounlycimd a f HartfordRepubIicaiPON VolojpaeikO Saauoaa Ofaco 33 allIlItmill Frlaaui tg tfii Hartford Pub Coli Entered it Hartford postoffici is send cIass mail mailer RIDAY MARCH J6 THE Goebecrata failing to defea the Republicans at the polls now propose to get rid of them by arresting them at five thousand a take MEN instead of horses are wed to handle the guns of theSouth African all available beasts of burden beinj commanded for other purposes THE Dempcratic take out is now on hand at Frankfort and decen people over the State are reminde that vultures are always found where the scent is the strongest UREY WOODSONS aristocratic government seems to be materializing Urey deserves better recognition thai he seems to be getting Why not givi him some of the rake oflf TnEElizabethtowu Veirs says The lust for office is the greatest curse 01 Kentucky and it is responsible loral rafpresen uuU bb Vor 7 t Democratic its not out of order to presume it meant Democratic lust ExGovEBSon BUCKNKI is out in recent articles condemning the atea at Frankfort Ills denunciations are strong and unequivocal Its now it order for the Hartford Hsrald to re mind the General of the support it gave him when a candidate CANDIDATE BRYAN is still sporting himself around over the country blow ing off his bass and using his gastron omical organs in a way that would put a Cormorant to shame The trouble with Billy is ho is too young to be classed as a sage aud too old to be classed with the simple And then too the greatest trouble is the people dont want him Aln CICERO T SUTTON editor 01 the Owensboro Inquirer was in Hart k ford Tuesday Mr Sutton is one of those Democratic journalists who had enough courage honor and backbone to denounce what he absolutely knew detrimental to bis party and bli country It indeed requires nerve and determination to break away from party ties and party associates The result of the election in Owensbon and Daviesa county shows the handiwork of this gentleman We high appreciate the call of one who has si earnestly and zealously fought with ui for civil liberty aud the honor of tbe great State that gave us birth- TrnGoebelcorruption fuud is work log admirably Since its coming foui men have been placed in bare all of whom are perfectly innocent of thi charge The subsidized and Goebel ized CmmcrJournal and Time assert ed all the while that they knew the man that killed Goebel and had hm spotted but the arrest was not made until the corruption lund was secured Every man in Kentucky who opposed and defied the Goebel conspiracy is in danger of having the 8100000 corruption fund applied to him Doubt less that monument fund that tin good ladies are laboring for will be called into play as soon as the original corruption fund has been gobbled up Human decapitation is going at 8500C a piece reckoning from this standpoint twenty heads will fall by the 8100000 guillotine wonderful to re late No Harvi the Conspiracy The arrests of Caleb Powers Sec rater of State and Captain John Davis the Capital Square police man marks another step in the steady step of Kentucky to anarchy and ruin The corruption fund is ful filling its mission its purpose is being beautifully carried nut and the great common people stand in wholly horror The progress of the Goebelconspiracy yet moves forward with seeming tri umpb but the climax is nearing a focus The end is nigh That political revolution conceived in and bred by the infamuus and savage Goebel elec tion law u fast approaching This however is just what we picdinted would come Tim is verbatim what WalteKon said would bo the inevit able and unavoidable result of the reo suits of that law of dUfnncbisernent Every journal and periodical of note in the United States have denounced and condemned the Goebel act and the manner in which its sponsor was manipulating it The CommercialAp peal a Democratic paper with unques tiuuil loyalty edited by a man with conscience and brain denounced the measure in terms as ctrong and as em phatic as the English language affords I Goebel came into Kentucky politico to bring not peace but a sword pro claimed its editor and this is known to all The contplracy has proceeded ac cording to law but in order that the law might be enforced according to the deallj8eoator into of affairs who in conjunct u w4Iel 8100000 corruption fund succ in swearing out warrants for tb aj 4 eornel Hie commonwealths mos romircnt men wi yet there are men claiming to have made thei peace calling and election sure who sanction every word and act of tbis diabolical cud infernal conspiracy The attempt to implicate the Stati officers in the assassination of WIlliam 3oebel wac prearranged and pre conceived it could not be done by 11 resident of Kentucky It took Ton Campbell 8100000 and one Crom well who doesnt live anywhere but crawls around the country doing tbo bidding of the evil one and who wa not in Frankfort at the time of the assassination to swear out warrant for the arrest of reputable and inno cent Kentuckians- It l Mil the Sends prevailed Axnlnt the Mvrnpbt they nunlled And throned on heavenly ite ehnnld dwell The freed Inheritor ol hell It is safe to say the pesple of Ken tucky will not tolerate this a fortnight The insurgents and pretenders mus lecognize law and decency The must halt or plunge the State into a civil conflict The idea that the Sec retary of State should be knocks senseless by an armed bully and car ried to jail in manacles without tbe privilege ot trjaor bond is beyom thvpawr0 human endurance Am yet and yet the opposition declare that their procedure is according to law But evey rational intelligen and informed man knows that this as ertion is as false and frivolous as tin charge that the Republicans cnmmitt etJ fraud in the November election This assertion is confined to that char of deranged and deformed Democrats that sanctioned the following TUB DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET JlS IMIATui WILl CEHTAISLY HE KIEC1 HI UNDER Tin OPERATION OP Till HOI nut LAW TUB RESULT IS NOT LEFT TO DHANTK Henry Wotternon In n letter to tli ITcBldent of the L 5 N R It Co June 90 1S9 Yon rollt out count me nnd you enntconn me 001 I hare the election rluht bere I bnl the convention The other fellow may do the voting lint we Demorrat will do the comitlna- If there In any Menllng to IM done In this rtn Lion I nm ready to bet that the other fellnwa wll riot do itItitukbern The white propertyowning respectable IIfOOo l le of Kentucky are going to control the torem nient of thin Commonwealth now und hermttei ind thy fliP going to leRMnte nome nst lor- Inw nM public decency Into the bcflU of SM 0 nr uRiint moneybnm anti their mteHlte nnd bans reon who hnverlioentt nlllilotIII InIlly will core Ignorant nefrroeH entice nmny more vlelou ind redhanded mountaineer The ntruwde lor lUpremacyhtalMiiit over Bin the end will prov In title joIlnl no It bnln other State thnt onlj tie jieople who tire fafmble nf pood Kovernmen till lie permitted to govrrnIrv WiHjtNun In JwenHboro Mewenfer It may be that the atmosphere of Kentucky is suited to the fruition 01 such crimes it may be that anarch vill finda short repose but in tin bosom of every good citizen is a feel ing of shame anti disgust This is not confined to the ranks of the Republi can party for thousands of good Dem Dcrats who would have fought and la bored tbemselves tired had they beer charged previous to the election that this is what they voted for This is it yerbalim d literatim This is Goebel ism This is what the attempted as sassination of civil liberty broughi about This is the result of that po litical conspiracy concocted and pur ported to consign Kentucky freemen to political bondage antislavery The Election Law 101JlnwhIIIIIIo ioIii oltjiitlon to HM provision liiii- h ill law the eole power of HpH lntlnir ltIiilltlceri win veMed the County Jlliltfe who wit jiwwirlly n purtlonn of IIIIIIrlhIIIIr liolltlra iirtlfH Inder the iirenent low the power of up tolntlnir election IIIr If Klven tu three men In teiui lit one and hoth lout ciii pnrtlen nru npre euted on every lionrd hi the State The above appeared in Wednesdays ileade County Messenger credited to tho Sentinel under the caption Tin Election Law In reading this we were convinced that its author had ither visited Sleepy Hollow and had orgotten himself or else he was a fit subject for Lakeland if its Superintendent could administer to him Were persuaded that a sensible unbiased aud an informed man would not b uilty of the exhibition of such un ardonable ignorance For the bnc fil of the gentleman who has been in Africa or a similar clime we will again offer our protest to this unholy mcas ure Under the old law the County Judge had the power to appoint the precinct election officers This officer olemuly swore that ho would discharge his duty faithfully and lear issly hut in order that the State light b3 made sure that this oath would bo fulfilled a heavy bond was equired to bo given Under the Goe lei law these three men may be horse bieves bank rubber professional amblers desperate characters and allot box stutters and all that tbis- law requires is that each man shall take oth that he will faithfully perform his duties There is no bond tn restrain this board as there was iu these of the County Judge It would be more plausible to induct the Sheriff into office without bond than these election commisioiiers because ho coulel only steal our money anti the lectiou commissioners can steal our eedomwitho which life in not worth tbe living The assertion that both political parties ore represented on ejry bard in the Statet li al3lute 11 a malicious asehood The cea- tral triumvirate the fountain head 01- all the State boards is not composed of both panic Every milD m itI was nud n a Areeating aud blood thirsty Goebelcrat and there were iunty bards in the State tint ware Al and case hardene for Goebil Not a single man in charge of any part or factor of this Goebel law VIlS required to give bond for the faithful performance of his duties or was tberoI any penalty of imprisonment to restrain him Under the operation ofI the old law the action of the commit leo of contest for Governor and Lieu tenant Governor was final and under tho new law it is not but what matters that when the legislature chosinj that committee is strongly onesided las not the recent affairs at Frank fort proven this to be a very bad law But the report of the contest board for the minor State offices is FINAL and CONCLUSIVe We presume tha no one will deny thi since the election This present board composed jf Poyntz Yonls and Fulton all notorious characters not equaled thi side of the great absence of heaven arbitrarily and without cause stoli sod robbed the honest voters of Jefferson Johnson Martin and Magoffu counties of their ballots and murdered civil liberty in the very halls 01 justjce Under this new law every county board in the State was com posed of no less than two Goebe Democrats wiiir unlimited power They could remove the precinct officers at any time without cause AS THEY DID IN LOUISVILLE on itonday night before the election This law could have been made ai ixcellent one by placing two Republi cans anti two Democrats on the State boardwith heavy bond anti imprisonment in the penitentiary tor the vio lation of their trust But this was not lone The purpose of the law was to return Democratic victories at all hazards Proof The recent election am the present contest The man vbo defends this infamous and odiou measure is either where Moses wab when the light went out or else be is 10 man at all but instead a hornet monster The man defending tbis ueasure commits political suicide and Reserves ostracism Death of Legislature Eternal Over the death of the legislature 300000 voters will sing praises to bin on high Never before in the bistor of the country was such a body of distorted degenerate and deformed met clothed with the responsibility of the legislative functions of government To say that these biped animals have disgraced their State the position to which they were elected their coun try at large themselves and the God hat gave them being would be casting a reflection upon the term Humor intellect cannot conceive of laoguag suited to analyze this body of usurpers From the second day of January to the close of the 13th day of March very breath it drew was poisonedwIth revolution Like the dying spreadinj riper after applying its own venom to its own body it died frothing am roaming anti striking at the very prin iiplea of freedom It is dead by its taving injected into its own being tin profound contempt and disgust of every fair minded Kentuckian Nov hat it is dead the Great Ruler 01 leaven should make it a long timi lead if not eternal The contest conducted by this thin was a farce from the drawing of tin committee for the contest cases un Iii the ratification of its report in mid light darkness when neither could set tbe others face It will be remember etJ by the great common people that tbe report of this committee of fraud and force was ratified three times therefore condemning itself The appropriation of the 8100000 corruption und was unnecessary and uncalled or When Abraham Lincoln was esnfsiuatcil only 85000 reward was fibred for the assamu and he too vas the liberator of 4000000 souls but when Mr Goebel was assassinated a reward of 8100000 was offered foi thll detection of his asaesin and he too was the murderer of civil liberty and the enslaver of 0000000 souls Jut this corruption fund was supplied lorruptionists for no other purpose han to convict the leaders of the Republican party for the deed of one ol heir own men and yet this corruption fund was not sufficient This amo bodof bipeds has gone into the States treasury and taken out auoth er 8100000 to raise an army to guard he perjurers while they perform their lelish acts of persecution There cane no mistake about the purposa ol hcso 8200000 appropriation bills KenIwho have bravely opposed this gigan tic conspiracy It is little short ofa miracle why warrants for the arrest of Judge Toney Judge Morton Capt Sharp ExGov Buckner Squire Turner Judge Barr Judge Evans resident McKinley anti a host ol lotbers have not been sworn out b- sarno beneficiary of that corruption fund Every effort of the Republican embers to arrest the disgraceful icasures of the Goebelcrata only inded to encourage their propagandists to more determined efforts This body adjournedwithout a tear It- WRS buried in ignomy and disgrace ever again to be resurected not evellUD the morning of the resurcc tiou for with iis death iu soul P3Eted- itsto reward in the realm of the immortal lost hi 100 SMALLHOUSE Mr Ham Wards house was conC mined by fire Sunday morning It ma occupied by a tenant Mr Frank Dennis They had eaten breakfast nd gone to the stable to Iced when 11 he firewas discovered by some neighbors 9 It was almost ready to fall when discovered Every thing was burned except a safe and cooking stove The family lost all their cloth- Ing except the clothes they had on Mr Ward had an Insurance of oo- on the House We had a mad dog scare In the neighborhood SaiurdayMrJamcs Eu aleys dog went mad and wasdlscov ered soon alter They gave it a chase sad soon killed it Mr John C Iglehart who has been quite ill for some time in worse Mrs P L Wood and little daughter Ethel Mark of Ceralvo visited her e sister Mrs Maggie Hunter Saturday and Sunday Miss Nanjle Lawrence Brecken ridge county is visiting her sister Irs Charlie Overton Mr M It Maddox went to Livermore Saturday- Mr and Mrs Claude Brown are visiting their brother Mr Joe Bnllock e Mr Ed Ciitttsnnd wife an J little son Master Otis visited In Rockpoit Saturday and Sunday Miss Llllle Huntervlslted her aunt Hrs Louis Geiger Sunday and Jon layWe learn that Mr H P Addlngton son of Mr William Addington had hIs shoulder badly bruised while weighing coal at Island Station last t hursdayHe was getting aloag as wellI ould be expected when last heardI mom a A R De Fluent editor of the Jour oat Doylestown Ohio suffered for a number of years from rheumatism in his right shoulder and side He saysI My right arm at times was entirely useless I tried Chamberlains Pain Balm and was surprised to receive relief almost immediately The Pain Balm has been a constant companion of mine ever since and it never falls For sale by ZWayne Griffin Bro m a a COOPER SCHOOL HOUSE March 13We are having fine farming weather Farmers are busy sowing oats clover seed and grass seedThere have been several timber men in this neighborhood and they have bought a great deal oi timber and are working It up Mrs James Jackson who has been very sick of la grippe the past two weeks is now improving Miss Hettle Coleman and brother visited their aunt Mrs J P Cole man Friday Mr E W Jackson is delivering pictures in Daviess and McLean ountys this week Rev Shugard of Ceralvo spent Saturday night with Mr Wayne PaxtonMr C Stevens and family spent Sunday with Mrs Harriett Stevens Beaver Dam Master Lyster Burden of Cromwell is visiting his grandmother Mrs Joe Wilson Born to the wile of Robert Jackson March to a fine boy Mr Tom Bennett and family ot Union visited Mr Wayne Paxton and sister Sunday Mr Dan Rhoads of Beaver Dam was the guest of A C Stevens Monday morning Success to TUB RurunucASBP Notice Save your lace curtains for Lyman Villlams ifyou want them to lookup to date Telephones Nos 32 or 46 Laundry called for and delivered Office in the Singer office a BEDA KY Mrs Owsley ot Owensboro an Evangelist will hold a series of meet rigs at the C P church sometime in the near future Rev R D Bennett will begin B protracted meeting at Alexander choolhouse next Sunday night Dr R W Ford has purchased a building lot from J N Hudson and sill erect an up to date residence hereon in the near future Mrs Hatcher who has been sick for sometime of typhoid fever is no better Little John Tinsley who was so everely sick of the pneumonia fever- S able to be out again Dr Ford lectures the physiology lass of Prof Carsons bchool once a week Tht lectures are both Interest- Ing and entertaining- Mr Ed Cook will leave for Madison vltle the latter part of the week wheie he will enter school The farmers are about done sowing lant beds and some fetV are done sow- Ing oats The mauy friends of Mr W E Ben neU who is serving in the regular rosy now stationed in the Philippine Islands are glad to hrar ot his being promoted from Sergeant M j ir to a lieutenancy This is Lieut ennettf native town Mr E I Ellis Mctleniy IrIi tiiiMrmove to BeavtT Dun theMuti Vpartol the week where thy will enttLschool Messts Fred Tinsley ardl Owe Ihlnn have returned from rkansas Rv J A Bennett will reach al- tbe C P church Sunday rnfcng at eleven oclock tJ Miss Kittle Tin Mastr- symer Tinsley jAfte CIIt bnol last I IondayRT KENTUCKY CROP REPORT ondltlon of Crops and Live Stock March 1st 1900 Replies were received this month om 130 correspondents nprtsentiti 7 counties Pursuant to custom we re state lu IsIs the first report of the year tin oundarles ot the three sections Into hich the State for the purposes of ills report Is divided and the reason rotuptinc such divisions The irregular contour of the coun les makes It impracticable to divide pan straight lines in any gives ourse Again it isadvlsable to sep rate the dark tobacco district In lie west part of the State from the lurley district of the central and east rn portion Likewise it Is desirable a separate the counties in the eastern nd southeastern portion where thi reduction of any crop rarely exceed ie home demand and where the per entage of increase or decrease affect u a small measure only the actua reduction of the Stite from the othe actions producing a large surplus ro meet all these varied conditions be following divisions appear to us IS the best to be devised The western section composes 39 ounties west ol an irregular Hm rawn from the eastern boundary 01 lardln county on the north to thi aster boundary ot Allen on the south he intervening counties of Larue lart and Barren being placed in thi estern section The central or to be lore accurate the north central Section embraces 40 counties lying east Jf the above described oundary and ortheast of an irregular line drawi rom the eastern boundary of Lewi ounty on the northeast of Laru ounty in the southeast the Interven- Ing counties of Bath Montgomery Mark Madison Lincoln Boyle and tarion being In the central section The eastern or southeastern section Is omposed of the remaining 40 counties lying southeast of the abovede crlved lines WHEAT The condition of the wheat crop ompared with average years is 97 which is 1 6 points above the averag for the past four yeas 17 points ahoy tbe condition on March sat 1899 and 7 points below the condition on December tat the date of the last month Iy reportThe averages highest in the central section 99 and the lowest b the southeastern section 94 In the western section the conditions 18 98 Replies to question Has when uffcred from any cause during winter are 52 in the affirmative and 69 In the negative Ot the affirmativ nswers 21 are from the western section 19 from central and 12 from outheastern Sudden and sever retzlng without adequate snow pro ection is the case of damage usual sslgned The highly satisfactory condition 01 the crop notwithstanding the trying ideals to which it has been subjected is accounted for by the fact that tbe plant was exceptionally well rooted and otherwise prepared to withstan the rigors of the season A considerable number of counties in the centra ection report the crop the finest pros iccts in many years Owing to the prevalence of fly in early whea last fall much apprehension of damage from this source is felt as the season progresses it being generall onceded that the insect in its pup or flax seed state is not aflected b the lowest temperature of our winters The amount ot 1899 crop in band 01 farmers on March ist is estImates peepg CoilsumpliollDo moment that consumption will ever strike you a sudden blow It does not come that way alongFirst a little cold nothing but a little hack Ing cough then a little loss In coughthensweats The suddenness comes when you have a hemorrhage Better stop the disease who It Is yet You can do it w- ithAgers ClierrilI Pectoral You first notice that you cough less The on the chest la lifted That feeling of suffocation Is removed A cure Is hastened byplaclngone of Dr Ayers Cherry Pectoral Plaster over the Chest A Book Froom It Is on the Diseases of the Throat and Lungs 9Writ urn Fas1y- Is ron anr complilnt ht rend lrW rnedlul dvtc you cn reclv writ th doctor prompplrwllbi J Special Drive in all Lines oL Hv= OED 0 0 0 0 e o YrIL Il l lJllJ LoIII l II c = Our Spring Line of Ladies Shoes and Oxfords Is now ready for your inspection It is composed of all the latest and most popular lasts and styles ranging in price from 100 to 9350 The Brown Shoe We handle the famous Brown Shoe Companys Shoes The best that are made for ladies and gents Call for our Blue Ribbon School Shoes for boys and cirlsand you eat the best Shoe on the market Every pair guaranteed to give satisfaction or money D at Itookletsfree Little Boy Blue the Blue Ribbon School Shoo and The j Lady and the Philosopher Winter Boots to be Closed Out Our line of Winter Boots for Men and Boys we are closing out at prices that will suit you Mens Boots which we sold at llCO we are now closing out at 115 Come now while you can get your si- zeHamburgs and Laces We call particular attention to our spring line ot Hamburgs and 4 Laceswhich ia by far the largest and prettiest wo have ever shown ltJlr SBPercals TIE r 11 fJ SI 11 See our special counter of Percals which we are closing out at the extremely low price of G cents a yard SpringHatsOur Spring Hats hiss been received anti we can show you the latest styles for boys young men anti old men Our prices on Hats are the closest that can be made Clothing Our Clothing line is complete in every particular All we ask is a TRIAL in this OUR SPECIAL LINE w 0u SJVh Od J w fIY C C Pw C rrA o1 I J 11 5 Jollins Irford fy21 per cent On March sat 1899 tt was estimated that 26 per cent of the crop of the prevlcus year was so held The average price on March ut IsI estimated at 670 per bushel lor No 2 wheat ic per bushel below the prici one year ago CORN- It is estimated that 32 per cent o the corn crop 01 1899 was in the hands of tanners on March 1St This Is 10 percent less than the stock of old corn so hel one year ago LIVE STOCK Live stock Is below the averagi condltisn as follows Horses 92 Cattle 93 Sheep 92 and Hogs 91 In many counties the corn crop of 1899 was practically a failure and It has been necessary to import corn to supply the deficiency The severs weather during February has math heavy drains on supply of hay and other roughage and an early grazing season will be hailed with delight Cattle have wintered better than any other class of stock The in crease demand sari better prices lot horses and a season of prosperity for breeders of these animals is assured The cold wet weather of February was unfavorable to sheep esptcially and considerable losses both of old sheepand spring lambs are reported Hogs are scarce am the number be- Ing fd lor market is far below this normal Thirty correspondents re port hOI cholera as against 90 who report hogs free from disease Farm work is being greatly delayed by unfavorable weather conditions Very few tobacco beds have been sown to date There is nothing to indicate that tnat the fruit buds have been unfavor ably affected by tne winter- J W TlIROCKMORTON Commissioner of Agriculture a flewnrwoIOIIIIIIPNt Inr 4Mnrrh ibM fonlnln Mercury n mercury vUlvnrHy ilmtror the MOM ol cmiii nail rompltfljr derange the whoiC RTntem whet entering through the uincou inrfawn Huch III tick Rhonlil never be neU Ilt1nprescription front repntnule jhyIcIno will do Uten fold to the good you can pomlbl thrive from them HaUii Cntnrrk Cure manu tortured by F J Cheney A Co Toledo U con tnlni no mercury find U taken Internally acting directly upon the Stool nnd mucon unrtacm of the iijrutera In buying IlaHn Cntnrrb fun be ureyou get the itennlne It U taken Internally end made In Toledo Ohio by K J fhney d Co Tratlnionlat free- Hold by DrnirKlKt price 7V per bottle Halls Family IllU lira the 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pofttpald and egree tu return your money Intact if you ever fel that we deceived you In the light Pet particular Se are ceilIng tbeee hlitbirrade watrhm at very low price Imply to get our Cat alogue of Clenrrnl MerchandlMt your hand win lour confidence coil your permanent trade If we cnn do that It follow that we hall receive the trade of your neighbor ale o nnd on p object U acmmpllnhml Take advantnir of thIe opportn nlty to net a fin watch at wholeale price while wince nuilone to throw away proflt for tbenak nf becoming known In your community Our bandftome Catalogue will ben free upon potal card request Wholenale price on everythin- gr i KNCKM A co SWt 330 Dearborn St Chicago III Hartford Telephone and change Company Iou you can your own phones build your own linos and in talking distance with the whole county and business points generally by only paying a reasonable ront to the Hartford Telephone and Exchange Coor they will be ntthe wholo expense if you say Call on A E Pate Hartford Ky for particulars We connect with all Independent CompaniesI Farm for Well Improved and well watered Apply to R B Martin Hartford Ky citES wKfiCALL SLIASLS 00 Cough Syrup Tuatse 0001 Vie mimi oldbydrurnlt Jt1ll1 DHIO COUNTY COURT REG ULAR TERM MARCH 5th 1900 Ala remlar tern of the Ohio County Court be fOR and Iw4d for aM county la the enact boone t llartfurd Ky with lion Jam I Ulller bug pre 44lg the fuHowlog waa hail towlt 1it Wllon et Ordrftgett fur aIIA local option election In tb town of Hoelne thin county Ky J W Wllon titer dII4r W Clark Jame W Haley W B teeth T W each Alonio Craig J II Allen It C rltewart r J Ilryant U A Hulnk J II hurt Cbmi II rally Thoma r Cnrley Jamea C unit J It iibford II T llrynnt John Jobnlon VI M IJ k en J11 Allen W F Maiden I Vandlvrr O I Maiden Joe MrDanM nnd J I1 Hunter bar UK by order of the Ohio County Court 1I11tIt egnlnr February ISud terra tOed their written million lge l by inch ant nil nf thom praying rr n Stint option election In the town of liirflne 11 on the 7th day of April ItvO which wa nnd C ndjuilged to be lgBed by II number more than qual to twentyfive ircent fit the rltlien IIntol and legal nod qualified voter loald- lon qualified to woWfirtountyomcere of Ohio ounty Ky voting nt the mat general election irid In and for mild town and having deposited tlth the Hon Jame rMIIIerth regular elected Unllncd antI actIng County Judge of Ohio coon 11 Ky n can ot money ufJielent to pay for Tinting or poitlng ndvertlwiurnt i f Mid el Ion and to my the Itm of the Cleft for maklnx1 ntrleti In order hook aa evidence by receipt to heir attorney K I Neat from sail Judge Ie ioriia anti fllluaollotIlecelve March 8 ltoo ot E I Xeal attorney ror J W Wlimon and other In cow of J W Wl on and other petition for local option election In the town of llmlne MOO fur the purpose of nylng expenne ol election and un Itemlied cct to be renderetl to mild Atty and whatever lay be Mt over unit above sail election shall be turned to K I Seal and whatever the amount hove named may lack of paying said expenx all K 1 Seal nirrrm anti bind hlmnrlf to pay J 1 MlLMtnJ O C C 11 NKL It I therefore ordered and adjudged by the T811nIII of Ohio county Ky be and he ii hereby order ii arid directed to open apoll at the voting place- f llonlue prvclnct In the town ot Rosin Ohio ounty Kentucky on rlaturday the 7th day ot April ltoo to tithe the series ot the legal qualified oter qnallned to votcvfor county oOlrer olald lon whether or not plrltnou tlnou nod malt lI qnon sloth lw cold In cold towns fOnd whether or nt the law prohibiting the male barter and loan Dlllnd trnfflo In such liquor In said town shall pcoine Inoperative The Clerk ol thi Court Is reeled to prepare poll book nnd ballot or- laid election iw directed by low The Sheriff will dvertln said election ac required by Jaw A Copy J r MitLn Attest M H lUoiiND C O C C Iunrannt to the above order I 8 T Kteveni B O C will cnue n poll to be opened and an ection to be held In the town of Ilolne Ky on prll the 7th 1000 for the purpom of taking the nue ol the legal voters of saul town aa to bther or not plrltuon vlnounndmnltllqUQn- iill be cold In said town ThU March sib Iftoo 8 T rlTEVKC H O C CATARRH CAN BE CURED MURDOCHS CATARRH CUR t IT GOES TO EVERY PART SURE SAFE AND PLEASANT CaIFor years has the medical fraternUf Bought a rcllible and sure cure for tank In this endeavor many hundreds of nostrums have been offered to a suffering publicand the health of thousands have bern completely ruined by taking them these various causing the worst forms of Dyspepsia Sprays and ointments are also worthlMSifyit is Impossible to reach the flfected parts in this manner 4frMURDOCKS CATARRH CURE o new and scientific preparation and Ito be smoked In a pipe thereby the fumes and smoke ping over the entire affected by the disease It relieves instantly the forms of Asth ma Bronchitis Hay Fever Colds in the Head and all dLatarrb no matter what shape and cures whrn treatm5 5100 time No matter how little you are 8 u cted comes oltenfrom simple colds Like all new i others saving theirs lire juxt 8S ROod i are worthless KiTWE ONLY ASK A TRIAl on of BTUjL tSPRING ATTRACTIONS c O- U i++++oioofooiJio ++cloci Iii Clothing Our entire new t0 line is now on hands nnd to say + that they are BEAUTIESand if low in PRICES would fully cx Iprcss it Suits in chock and stripo nt 500 ip Icy Suits nicely finished 1750 + enoughrJ T Mens fino liluo flannel Suits 750 TI Mens extra fino Suits in fancy plaids and solid colors i- fj 10roKular 125 O Suits T Full lino of Childrens and Youths Suits from 75o to + 500 per Suit Ono lot of Moris and Boys Odd Coats and Vests at half i f valtio- Hoinnant 1 stock of Overcoats Molntosh Coats at oxactly j i cost 1 I NGSi I IW = WIW =t1 fine Shoes coin toe at 1Mens Vici Kid Shoes lace 8125igood olid fine Shoes J flue Vici Kid Shoes in 8250i Calf + Shoes latest last at 8300 f f Mens heavy work Shoes highcut seamless backat 8125 Mens Oil Grain Congress Shoes at r Illisscs big line of 8125IShoes and Sli ti madeftoilier For the BEST GOODS t ifr at the LOWEST PRICES visit AGENCY FOR 6 DAYS IRON CLAD Mib BootSaIdS Pure Gum nud Strictly Guaran- teedJsFAIR GO KB oi1 MILHartford Ky 4 1 4 4 4 4 JH1IIDealers I- nCclebrated Bear Fertilizer Buggies Birdsell Wagons Blue J and Blount Plows Peering Har vesting Machines iSt0 J I Case Threshing uccnncI Lowest Prices Best Rigs Givo them a Call FirstolaESITolephone Notlco I l y I hIVe this day Fet my sonI Ttvi8 W Magan Ireeandbe henceforth will contract and be contracted with sue and be sued upon lila pwnL responilbiiity Respectfully I G C MAOAN r Agents on salary of 1500 pV week and expenses the greatest agedN ler ever produced every stock and poultry raiser buys itonsfght Hust I ler wanted Refereree Addres- s1eiWMFgCoTene nd if 29U L Ladies For relief of women Cues pterb fanSV Tablets worth their weight V5Pd A sale and certain monthly I j natnr Mailed on receipt of price r IRDOCK CDBR Co Atlanta Ga j- iIiaIL U Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 16 New spring Clothing at Carson cos If you want a nice spring Suit go to G T Westerfield Mr C T Shanks Saciatnento Is in Hattford this week Mr J S Wortharn of Leitchfield attended court Tuesday Bring your eggs chickens and feathers to Carson Co Mr Leonard Gibbs of Rochester is in Louisville this week Mr Henry Leach Manda was among our callers Monday Mrs Thomas Mullen Paducah is visiting relatives in Hartford COALPlenty of good coal at the Dr Miller bank for 2C and 30 Mr V M Stewart of Beda was among our callers Wednesday I Three good arms for rent apply to 14P Downs Smallhouse Ky Mr Webster Cate Henderson was In attendance at court this week Mr J DI1er Della made TUB RiUUnucAN a pleasant call Monday We will pay 449 per pound for good white Feathers CARSON Co Mr McLean Taylor Morgantown is in attendance at court this week See Carson Co for the old reliable Globe Fertilizer CARSON Co A nice watch given with every 800 Suit of clothes at G TWesterfields IndiaLlpensand Rev R D Bennett will preach at Alexander school house Sunday nlgat Dont forget to save your Laundry for LymanWilllKra Telephone No 3iand46 01Henryous Tnetodayto j Mr Pied Walton the traveling ihcifiratofthewe ul r tdnr rxti1nCJ1 iiry pro b aBorn to the wife of Mr Z Way r Griffin the isth Int a fine boy Mrs E J hudson who has bee very sick fir some time is no better Mr GeoiKe Thompson Hoitin laps moved into the Barrttt property Mr A J Carter of this county I visiting his sister Mrs Graham a Albin III Mr C T Cook Arnold was pleasant caller at Tim RPFUIIUCAN office Monday Dr H B Innes of Render wa registered at the Willard hotel Louis ville Wednesday IMr Leslie Cooper has returnee from a visit to relatives at Owensboro and Beaver Dam Col J S R Wedding Member o State Board oi Equllizatlon will leave for Frankfort Monday Mr Marion Yatea Rochester was among the many caller at TUB Rn POUMCAN office Monday Miss Mattie Sanderfur has returned home from Greenville wheie she has been spending the winter Messrs Jeff French and Jim Pry Prentis were among the callers at TUB REPUBLICAN office Monday Mr and Mrs Will Fair of the firm of Fair Co ore In the east this week buying their spring stock II you want a Watch or Clock see that your ticket is filled out by April i 1900 G T WESTERPIELD The Singer Sewing Machine is the standard of excellence Use no other GROSS WILLIAMS Agent Mr W R Jones Fordsville was In town Monday and made the REPUB LICAN a pleasant call betore leaving White at court do not forget to call and pay your subscription The favor will be very greatly appreciated Mr J E Davidson was at the bed side of his father Mr A W David ron Beaver Dam the first of the week Mr John B Poster who is engaged in the revenue service In Louisville spent this week with his family in Hartford G T Westerfield will sell you goods cheaper than any house in this county Call and examine his 500 Spring Suits Rev E M Crowe who has been confined Ito his bed for sometime with kidney trouble was greatly Improved yesterday Mr Harvey Pruden RT Wedding Edgar Leach and G B Likens have been admitted to the bar during the present term of court Dont forget that Lyman Williams Is still in the Laundry Business and says please save your laundry lor him or leave it at the Singer office Mr A W Davidson has been very sick at his home near Beaver Dam for some time but is much improved now and will soon be out again Mr Charlie Stergeon is out in the Interest of the Commercial Telphone and Telegraph Company He will visit Leitchfied and other points You should not fall to examine my 5 and 6 new spring Suits They are beauts for the money- G T VzsTnRvmn- LnMrGeoMMaddoxofRockport has paid up his subscription to TUB RE PUBLICAN to August 2 1901 This is a splendid example Let others follow Mr W K Boardman Superintendent of the Cumberland Telephone Company is in Hartford supervising the construction of new telephone lines Remember that genuine Singers are never sold to dealers but go di rectly from maker to user and can only beobtalned from the Companys Agents GROSS WILLIAMS Agent Mr J L Richardson County Clerk of Hart county has just sent in his dues to TUB REIITOLICAN and one year in advance with greetings to the editors for their efficient work in the recent campaign Mrs Bud Elder died in east Harts ford last Friday and was burled In OakVood Cemetery Saturday She leaves a husband and three small children Consumption was the Im mediate cause of her death Dont forget that we give free one good Oak Dining Chair with a 15 cash purchase or an Oak Rocker with a 20 cash purchase Dont fail to take advantage oi this offer CARSON Co Mrs P A Pdulscho has been spending the winter with her daught er Mrs W T Woodward of Mc Henry in company with her daught er Mrs Woodward made TUB REPUBLICAN a veryhappy call Wednesday Two colored boys got into a scrap up in Hayti last Monday evening over family affairs and one was very painfully used up by the other but this is a very common occurrence among the boys Dick and Otis HInes were the combattants Truest economy to get the best A cheaply made sewing machine is dear at any puce because faulty in action liable to break and difficult to operate L theitr papas WILLIAMS Agent ell 1 ykrDyapepsiaTas pleasant euytake nent re ays treatmeplnclp alted 055 Keel tfprice ibia succeesbLj MuutooCK CUaFb lr w J IggreUlora It mes jfhl ad been their aim the opportunity oS p 4 ieThe report has gone out that Mr Shelby Taylors family has smal n pox Injustice to the family and the business interest of the town we de sire to inform the public that there is positively no small pox in Hartford and never has been The country i people are perfectly safe beret Deputy Sheriff O C Haynes of broughtaone Sharp under a bench warrant from this county for malicious cutting Ben- s Hudson An indictment was found last fall and the offender escaped to Daviess county He is now in care of Jailer Black Master Lee Tichenor n years old of Rockport Ohio couuty has been I given special mention by the Even ing Post as being one of its principal hustlers Ohio county people are al ways in the lead in every public en terprise consequently we are not sur prised at this complimentary notice ol an Ohio county boy TUB REPUBLICAN is in receipt of a letter from Lieutenant W E Bennett Manilla and a check for his back dues Lieutenant Bennett has demon strated his appreciation of TUB REPUBLICAN by advancing his account to September 3 1931 He is one of nine soldier boys in the far East who have the REPUBLICAN going their way On first page will be found an excellent description of Darkness and Daylight in New York City a large book descriptive of every phase of human life in the great American metropolis Dr Caperton is agent for this book also Echoes from the Pulpit and Platform These are ex cellent works in the hands of a capa ble salesman Dr Whltsltt ot Louisville one of the leading Babtist theologians in the State and who claims that Baptism by emersion did not exist pryor to 1641 has arrived home from Europe where he has been collecting data to establish his views Dr Whitsitts great reputation as a scholar had pre ceded him and the principal libraries were at his command Miss Sallie Taylor who entered the Female High School at Louisville first of February passed a very rigid examination and was awarded six months from September to February in her four years course We are glad to announce the excellent records made by Ohio countys young people Mr and Mrs Taylor are delighted with the excellent effort of their daughter Dr A C Caperton of Leitchfield delivered two excellent discourses at the Baptist Church Sunday In spite ofage and prostrated nervous system the venerable old man made a most earnest eflort Every one was high ly pleased and entertained He has accumulated vast store oi knowledge in his long years of study and useful ness So well pleased with the effort of Sunday the church asked for another discourse last night Last Sunday evening near Horse Branch Hugh Whlttaker without cause or provocation shot Mr J H Wilson In the thigh with a shot gun inflicting a painful wound Fifteen shot lodged in a pocket book in his pocket and three were deeply buried in the flesh A warrant was sworn out tor the arrest of Whittaker but has not been served He is hiding out In the woods with a doublebarrel shot gun for a companion and may give the sheriff some trouble In cap turing him TUB REPUBLICAN is in receipt of the following letter from the Philip pines Almonso P LJan22 1990 Editor REPUBLICAN Dear Sir I have not received my paper since November 3 Please please address me FINIS Rows Co G 36 Reg Manila PI This is the manner which the boys in the Orient appreciate TUB REPUB LICAN This miscarrying of the malls Is not due to any one except the mail clerks Every paper leaves this office O K- The law cardof Mr Harvey Pruden appears in this weeks issue of TUB REPUBLICAN Mr Pruden has justI been admitted to the bar and desires to establish law practice In Hartford lie is a young man with a bright future for urefulness to the cause he elpou ell arid the country of which he is a factor lie will be faithful and ricvtitid to his work We speak lidlcativety because we haveI ben associated ai students in college where m DI character is always de veloped and he has ever proven himsef genteel young man The School Superintendent Is In receipt of a letter from W A Hester Chairman ol the Southern Indiana Teachers Association In which he cordially invites the teachers of the county to attend the session of the association which meets April stbI6th and 7th The teachers of the county can make the trip for a small amonnt of money and the ezI perlence and outing would be most gratifying indeed Think about ItI teachers and if you see your way clear go and show our neighbors what we are doing In the way of education Nothing will advance the teacher snore than tpraeet in oth er states In the association work This kind invitation will bi presented to the Teachers Association at McHenry tomorrow fDrY- pitlon to t jI A joint conference is being held a Beaver Dam between the mine oper ators and the laborers to regulate wages work hours screens and to adjust other difficult questions which has caused so many strikes This L Indeed the proper wove for the employer and the employee Amicable adjustment of troublesome questions is by all means the best and this Ii the object oi tne conference Many I leading men from all sections of the country arc congregated in our neigh poring town of which TUB Rerun LICAN is very proud Beaver Dan Is a beautifnl town and a great busi ness point for railroad traffic I Deputy Sherifl J D Taylor wit nessed an accidental shooting neu Browflsvillc Edmonson county the 7th instant while taking Robert Ar buckle to Glasgow It seemed that a crowd ot young men were out upon the highway flourishing and fiing their pistols when they discovered Deputy Taylor and in attempting to conceal his gun one Decatur Kinser accidentally shot himself in the thigh while in the act of putting his gun in his pocket Tbeballpenetrated the thigh and would have made its exit had it not been for the saddle which confine the ball within the body of the un forttinMe A physician was summon ed and the ball removed When those good old farmers heard the eloquent pleas of the Hons J E Rowe and M L Heavrin for the maintenance of the dignity of the law and the destruction of the law breaker and when the verdict ot the jury was read fixing the penalty of Netter Gllstrap at 250 for Illegally selling whisky in the town ofCromwell they thought that with such prosecution as this the county would soon rid its self of these pests Instead of fixing these fines at zoo and 150 they should every one of them be fined 500 and If the oflender sought to lay it out in jail he should be placed upon the public streets and high ways and there work his fine out then these offenders will become law abiding citizens Will not the attor neys continue their good work and vill not the court make these offenders pay for their crime and board by put ting them to work on the highways a Burglors atTaylor Minos Bnrglers visited the Taylor Coal Companys store last Sunday morning and broke open the safe which contained the receipts of the post office amounting to about 90 and 15 or 20 of the Companysmon ey It is supposed that nitroglycer ine was used by the burglars The door ot the safe was broken into and onehalf struck the window sill with terrific forceteariug its way through penetratirg the shed root and landing about three hundred feet Irom the building Immeadiately following the exploslon three pistols were fired and the Superintendent oi the mines Mr Nicholas Barrass remarked to his wife that some men were drunk and were merely firing their revolvers All of the money was taken from the safe and watches and other waluables from the store No clue can be found as to the guilty patties There were some parties that had been around the mines some days previous and it Is thought that they were the offenders Program For Ohio County Teachers Assocla tion to be held at McHenry Ky Feb ruary 17th 1900 1000 1030 Opening exercises 10 01I00 Primary Grammar R T Wedding and E Woodward 1100 1130 Advanced Grammar a Oral Work E W Patterson b Written Work Miss Ella Herring 1130 100 Noon 100130 General discussion ol Grammar 30200 The Precocious Child E R Ray 200215 Spelling Warren Payton 215 230 Penmanship E A Car ter 200300 District Libraries Importance How Secured c S C Stevens and L B Loney 300330 How may the School be Kept AHveIntroduced by 0 M Shullz 3 30400 General business and adjournment FON ROGERS O M SUULTZ Cow T J MORTON I S- Have you been coughing a day a week a month a year Dr Bells coughTherehas cured many others equally severe Good druggists sell it No cure no pay m A Strictly FirstClass Line of Jowolry Guaranteed to Glvo Porfoot Satisfaction or the Monoy Will Bo Rofundod A loll and try fin line ol Jewelry la now for ale lJ lUrrrll Ilron ol Itockport Ky Thin line Include rolled KM plate gold SUed gold front nnd olljl Old good of onrown manufacture and w wort ant them to gIve perfect mUtactlon or I willrefund the money paid lor them by the pnrchajfrW nllfture over 6000 ilnkim and pattern of Jew 37 and do opt hMltato to warrant ou- rmooto the fullest extent We know they are LacUadrepreeentedID should reach patrons who ore toJMar away from llarrrll IlrmpUc 61 tnt new 0 ether store where our good are told to adroit ft their going there topnrchaM our good write oBitmt yon want and eupplyjron by mall utbe regular price We riM glad to correspond with the wearer of our Wo concerning them Will end tuB lit tructlKi a to the rare of Jenrlry hoW to dean It eUJon apiillcatlon by mall FactoryCoi I Waviterti Largest Jewelry Facto ry U fbrotdfunder praam ol construction at BMtowaCttyt la OrerUOMft of floor spacers Jcou 15 Ml 7 WartotheDeath PESTS OF THE POUL TRY YARD MUST GO Amrrlrnn Lire Ilrnlrnyrr Kill Mom- S Mllr llre nnilolhrrVrrinln Inn liny Than All Oilier ItenieUle Combined The war is onl The days of lce one vermin that have donesomucb to make IIthe life oi the poultryman miserable overpammunition to usel This preparation is wonderful in Its power and vermin cannot exist twentyfour hours after it is applied to the coop or fowls Every poultryman needs it It is cheap re liable and effective one package being sufficient to protect 250 fowls from mites and liceforone jcar When this Destroyer is used profits at once in crease Liceand vermin do more to kill profits than all other causes combined You know it Dont goon losing mon ey every week but try American Lice Destroyer You may have tried other things without success but if this falls you can have your money back We are In this fight to tay and will back Destroyer against any number ofmites or lice you may have Dont fool away money with recipes or homemade makeshifts Use scientific means The American Ltce Destiuyer has been used by thousands of poultryraen j it has been on the market several years and has been tested thousands ol times We know it is all right and ii it doesnt do the work remember you get your money back What more can you ask If your druggist dont sell American Lice Destroyer hes behind the age In that case send for a i oo box at once Made only by American MIg Co Terre Haute Ind COURT NOTES Commonwealth vs Lee Her fined 20Commonwealth vs Louis Griffin for stealingfined 10 Commonwealth vs Fred Daniel fined 20- Commonwealth vs Marion Likens lor selling whisky illegally fined2o Commonwealth vs B P Berryman fined 10- Commonwealth vs Tom Tatum fined 100 for the Illicit sale of whis kyThe Grand Jury adjourned Wednes day alter returning 39 indictments for various offenses The cases against A A and Arthur Nash for conterfeitlng are set for next TuesdayCommonwealth vs Netter Gilstrap two cases the jury returned a verdict for 150 in one case and 100 in the otherIn case of C N McDaniel vs the I C R R Co thejury returned a ver dict for plaintiff for 50 There have been four new lawyers admitted to the bar at this term oi courtIncaseofP R Kelley cvs Ed Davisson the jury returned a verdict under instructions of the court in lavor oi the plaintiff lor the law in controversyCommonwealth vs John Shaver c demurred as to John Shaver J W Eord vs Ohio countyver dicts of 75 for the plaintifF- MARRIAGES Mr Byron F Bean Dundee to Miss Elizabeth R Sargent Fordsvllle Date ot marriage Feb 28th Mr C P Jones Rosine to Miss Filura Johnson Rosine Date of marriage March 8th Mr J W Ragland Rosine to Miss Elizabeth Cotton Rosine Mr Lonnie Mitchell Westerfield to Miss Clemrolc E Jewel Westesr field Date ol marriage March isth rGreat opportunity offered to good reliable men Salary of 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 Ind 29 tf lIarberson the Goebelite candidate for Senator in Kenton was elected by a majority ol 500 votes while the leader himself carried the county by 3210 COLLEGE NOTES Dr Caperton ot Leitchfield con ducted Devotional Exercises Tuesday morning He gave an interesting talkMiss Eulah Bennett was a welcome visitor Monday Misses Bernice Miller and ZeUs Nail were pleasant callers at Ex Tuesday morningMr M Wilson visited relatives in the vicinity of Prentis Saturday and Sunday Misses Ella Bennett and Lillie Bur ton were pIcHsant clallers at Ex Wed nesday morning Mr C L Patton visited our friend and former student Mr J II Magan Sulphur Springs Friday The Adelpbians bad quite an agreeable surprise at their last meeting It was the Hypathlans of course Prof Shultzs Illustrated lecture on Mans worst enemies and the Devils best friend was well received by all the young men and boys We feel that it will have much influence on all those that heard it STUDENT If troubled with rheumatism give Chamberlains Pain Balm a trial It will not cost you a cert if it does no good One application will relieve the pain It also cures sprains ard biuUes in one third the time required by any other treatment Cuts burns frostbites qiiinsey pains in the side and chert glandular and other swells Ings are quickly cured by applying it Ever bottle warranted Price 25 and 59 cts mar may uidWatlktr l home with lilt I onl1 paiD JInok 01 r QP JrllEDROHIO 1M Mom fryer Ik j themIt 90I t r A SEW HOOK ECHOES FROM THE PULPIT AND PLATFORM on LIVING TRUTHS FOR HEAD AND HEART lly II I MOODY It is tIme prime obj ct of this new and splendidly Illustrated volume to per petuate for all time the ORE AT AND LIVING TRUTHS taught by the world famous Evangelist DWIGHT L MOODY as exemplified in his r platform work It it the only wilume that contains the best and ripest thoughts of his later yean just as he proclaimed them from the pulpit and the platform when he was at the very height of his fame and in the full ma turity of his powers This volume is Dwight L Moody in print Here are given his best thoughts his most touching stories of deepest pathos his most thrilling an ecdotes and incidents together with the hundreds of personal experienced that hso often and effectively told on the platform lie played upon the feelings of an audience as with an enchanters wand at one time filling their hearts with gladness at another blinding their eyes with tears At his bidding hearts were melted and strong men as well as sensitive woo men wept tears of comptaion were roused to indignation or moved to laughter in spite of every effort to control their feelings In this volume all of these remark4ble qualities are retained But wbever he told a story of mirth or sorrow it was always to illustrate a GKJAT AND LIVING TRUTHad in this volume these LIVING TRUTHS stand out as BEACON LIGHTS- It also contains a complete story of Mr Moodys life and career from the cradle to the grave by REV CHARLES F GOS8 D Dwho for five years WAS his assistant and co worker and who at Mr Moodys ur gent request was pastor aMr Moods cAureft in Chicago Every phase of his eventful life is here portrayed by the one man above all others trio trot chosen by Mr Afiodyhimtdf as hisfellowlaborer and the pastor of his own church It also contains an introduction by REV LYMAN ABBOTT D D No higher compliment could be paid to the value of this volume than the fact that the foremost living Ameri- Can preacher should write a lengthy introduction to it and thus forever connect his name with it It is tlie only book on Mr Moody for whicfi Dr Abbott has written This unique volume stands peerless and alone for there is no other like it It must not be confounded withany mere Life of Moody eocalledj it occupies a field absolutely alone It gives what no biography clone con talnstho best and latest thoughts greatEvangelist OGRAPHICAL for no person can portray Mr Moodys life and ita wonderful experiences so well as he him ulf has done it in hit own wordt in tiiit volumeIt a fine steel plato portrait of Mr Moody from a photograph stagesInof its splendid illustrations is the series of magnificent fullpage Photogravure Ptalcijrom original paintings made by eminent artists expressly for this book They illustrate many of Mr Moodya wonderful personal experiences in many of which he himself was the central figure 1 hue irlo other book at all to be compared with it in illutlra lions We do not know when 640 pages Tired Tired TitedLaGrippo made yoVfttlrcd nnd you are tired are tired in musclo ana tired in brain tired in body and tired in mind Your heart is tired your nerves are tired you are tired all over You are too tired to rest too tired to sleep and you feel worso in the morn ing than you did when you ro tired at night You must Imo restrest for your worn out nerves and your weary brain rest that will givo your tired body a chance to recover You can got it right away if you Vil send to your druggist for Dt Miles NervineDont put it off but get it today and you have tho first night t of soothing sweet refreshing sleep you have had sinco the grip first got you in its clutcbc I had LaGrippe and the disease hung 1n 1 me for live weeks la spite of everything I had a fluttering pain about my heart could s I not eat anything was rundown weak neCout and unable to sleep In fact I tired out and had no ambition for anything c I began taking Dr Miles Nervine and found rest and sweet sleep the first night I also used Dr Milts Heart Cure and Dr Miles Nerve and Liver Pills and can UT truly lacy accomplished wonders for me to 1 MRS EUZA L MASTERS Monitor lad Dr Miles Remedies are sold at alt drug j- fkta on a positive guarantee Send for Ire l ngDrI iul by bott4e II ook for wowa f TBC rjafie 4 ittpuawr Co ilIbjfMj 7if Help Nature1Babies and children proper rarely ever needI I cine If they do not on their food wrong They need a little help to get their digestive machinery working prop- erlyscogtiji2s0IpIt COD LIVER OILWITH lYPOPHOSPHITES lIHEUOJU will generally correct this difficultyIf will put from one fourth to half a teaspoonful 1 in babys bottle three or four times a day you will 500 R5et a marked lmprovemnir I larger children from half to a teaspoonful according to age dissolved in their milk i if you so desire will very soon show its great nourish ing power If the mothers theIsion It will show an effect I at once both upon mother and child I Soc nd too all dmggUu SCOTT I BOWNE Chcmbu Nw York have civen us more genuine pleasure- If we speak warmly of the book it is because it richly deserves it It is sold only by agents and aa might bo expected it ia meeting with a large sale Put it Into your homes t Iolding profit and may well be banded down from father to son and mother to daughter as the beet guide in life that was ever publisbedJ f The book is published by the old and wellknown firm ofA D Worth- Ington Co Hartford Conn whoso imprint is sufficient guarantee of the great excellence ot this firstclass voN uoie They want more agents for It An agency for a book so good and popular as this offers to worthy men andwomen an unusually good oppoi tunity to earn for themselves while soIling a book that will reflect the ut most credit upon them as agents Dn A C CAPFKTOK Gen Agent Leitchfield Ky OASTORXAlean tho A Ito Kind Ym Haw Atari Bought Blgut1llO 11 IJIlor LAND SALE The following described land will be offered for sale at the Court House in Hartford on the first Monday in April 1900 at i oclock p m by the heirs of Mrs N J Barnard deceased Terms of 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 one mile below Ross Ripple on South side ot Rough River Lot No I rontains 65 acres more or less Lot No2 contains 65 acres ta e2 1 Lot NO3 contains i2r ore ort less Lot No 4 contains 149 acres i more or less Lot No 5 contiljisriT acres more or less Lot No fi conj tains 84 acres more or less Helrs Emer Barnard E Preston Barnard F4F Batnatd Thaddeus Barnard Robert G Barnard Garfield Barnard Cornelia Barnard John C BatnardC R Barnard and Fannie B and A C Stevens iIC A1wv S The Cumberland Telephone and Tel J c 4 egraph Company INTOItrOIUTKII Operating exchanges and toll lines U Kentucky Indiana Illinois Miba issippi and connected by its Long Dia lance line with all principal points in thirty five States and Territories ia establishing an exchange to secure subscribers in Hartford Beaver Dam Render McHenry Centertown and tTheycomprehensive and valuable aa fomM lIe and make a specialty of furnislg og service to parties living in t within a reasonable distrUnd NlthlItheRtIes and other information race on 1bottiebtaliit4r iiie athtSLfew hours he rttur loctor need ron ouch Iier Ie h0I z information may uoloinmetye exchange over nUt Jlore row brtford Ky J tJ 4 1 NOW uu CASIORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the I Signatureof 1 In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTO RIA TME CCNTAUII cOY HtW VOMA CITY L XU THE OLD a RELIABLEFu CINCINNATIX93 I t WEEKLY 0 mis IiAr n i vv i mmocII7 Weekly Edition of the Cincinnati Commercial Tribune The FamilyNewspaper t Special Departments devoted to Agriculture Poultry Markets Literature with other Special Features I IMPROVED I ENLARGED- IN NEW FORM TWENTYPAGES drt f wN 50Year 1EIt 1WtrhU o The Weekly Gazette has the largest circulation of any weekly published in the the West Read by over 300000 people copiesWANTEDSPECIAL nut TERMS THE OHMERCttL TRIBUNE COMP- ANYCCC771sTL O u rsu rrEl EieJlc1 eDiZ C3Jt1ID== c r ======= = TRANSFER LINE===V7== ==== Ar == v=r A = BARTFORD YA FAST AND EASY RIDE IN TUB MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED ala9iIRS ENGLISHDKTIOtAY etc What bluer luvcctmcnt cull le rondo than In a copy of tho International f Tlii royal quarto volume U n vast btorenouso of 1 valuable Information arranged tu convenient form fur hand eyot1 and mind Itis more widely used a3 ttuiulunl authority than other tlictlniiiiry In the should Lo In every household- tiro Webster Collegiate with a Srottliu 3iirettlueaau uatltysecundli iusiu lraisar 1 PItwill only cost you 50 cents extr to ride all day In a Cotton V Belt Parlor 25 cents fort a halt day Seated In a Isrce revolving arm chair with plentyof space around you you can smokerclanall couch The ladles will delight IE the splendid ladles lounging dressingCardinlaw ml 1 JU want them order most antthlng you want from II porterhouse youeousplrleascSenator The ColI n Ikltltbecll tin tnTexai ttstralnarnnthrouEhfromCutro b IIIe1 I and when 01 will leave and wavrlll tomakothet11Irn5ndofn I 8100000 corruption fund iucc uhcovossrnLrusrAe in swearing out warrants for tb Id a HCILabIJJrnsLtOUSULGLZ I Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 16 MONEY MUSK DKXJ F TAYLOR In hlrt of check and tollowcd hnlr Tho fldillrr alts In the bolrtnh chair Like Monca basket utrandnl there On the brink of Father Nile lie feels the flddlea lender neck Pick out the note with thrnm nod check And time the tune with nod nod beck And think Itn n weary while All remtyl Nowhetlre the roll lrlllonorto theladlo All The jolly tides of laughter roll An ebb In n bajipy tmlle Down cornea the bow on cTery trlnit Feet 10010 loin right hnndu and nwlnitl As light an any bluebirds wing Suing once mum nnd a hall lime round Whirl Mary Martin nil III blue Ontlcn gown and mocking new And tinted eyes that tell you true Dance oil to the danrinR onnd he flltn nhont bill Moim llrown Who hoMo her hand to keep her down And thinks her Imlr n golden crown And Me heart turn over once HU cheek with luatft breoth In wet It girt n mnfind eoiueroetl He mean to win the maiden yet Aliw for the awkward iltlmv Your utoRa boot hoe crn he l my toe Id rather dame with onelegged Joel You rlnolyfellowl PaiwMowr And the ant imlr dunce apart Then Torward nil advance retreat I Jke midgere gay In Mnntteam etrvet Tin Money Mask by merry feet And the Money Mni k by heart ThrfeMjaarterH round yonr jwrtnen wlng Acroeatheeetr The ratter ring The girl nnd boys here taken wing tad here brought their roe putt TIKorwnnl elf with tlegrn v Ah rarerfarthanHalegtopIt Tlmt golden clouds nf old point lace Thev bring the dance about Then clneping hondo nllJtIhl and left All nwlftly write the meannre deft eroee the woof In loTlng welt And the Money Mu k Is done Ou ilnnnn of the milling hunk hood night nweethcnrt tis growing dak lood night for nye to Money Muck For the henry mnrih begun a Ve have saved many doctor bills since we began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy in our home We keep a bottle open all the time and 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 falls to cure It is certainly a medl ine of great merit and worthD S Mearkle General Merchant and Farmer Mattie Bedford county Pa For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m During 1899 the silk manufacturers ol the United States improved 41000 000 worth of raw silk an increase of 50 per cent over 1898 Silk mills have been established in nineteen States and the 750 factories are dlstrib uted id 230 towns We used to Import all such fineries but soon we will not only supply all of the home demand but will have silk goods to send abroad Des Moines la State Register It is very hard to stand idly by and see our dear ones suffer while awaiting the arrival ot tbe doctor An Albany- N Y dairyman called at a drugstore there for a doctor to come and see his child then very sick with croup Not finding the doctor in he leit word for him to come at once on his return He also bought a bottle of Chamberlains Cough Remedy which he hoped would give some relief until the doctor should arrive In 1 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 Debs says that the prosperity of the country is a ghastly lie All right The more ghastliness we have mixed with our lies the happier we will all beLawrence Kan World My mother suffered with chronic diarrhoea for several months She was attended by two physicians who at last pronounced her case hopeless She procured one 25 cent bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di irrhoea Uemedy and five doses gave her permanent relief I take pleasure in recommending it as the best on the marketMrs F E Watson Aiken Ala Sold by Z Wayne Griffin 810 m Deprived of tho Ballot Kentuckys deplorable condition is due entirely to a law taking away from tbe people the right to determine elections The audacity of the exper iment is surprising but the results are what might have been expected All the business of the State is in con fusion The people are wrathful and determined that their rights shall pre vail But the Goehelltes making the attempt to usurp the functions of government still push on When the State Election Board failed them filled it up from their own ranks and pro proceeded to throw out the votes of several counties in order to clalin the minor State offices The entire vote of Louisville has been thrown out to seat contestants in the Legislature And to get through a number of laws the Goehclites especially need in their operations In some counties officials are turning over money to Taylor in others to Beckham There are two sets of State officers and general chaos in the public affairs of the entire State More than a month has passed since he shooting of Goebel and the effort of his political friends has been to suppress the testimony FO that the murder might be charged upon Re publican officials The very men who prevented an Inquest urged the offer ing of a reward of 5100000 to find the Prijmarypolitical tricks lu all this jutuble of- Villtiny mfsgovernc the leo nver2oooGoostrong J as are treated with utter indifference I Their votes are cast aside their majorities reversed and their Inteess neglected With a sort of insane per slstence the Goebelites keeep on with their scheme to destroy the ballot and to make the will of a gang of politic tans supreme over that of the people It cannot be done The Goebel law will go down and votes wilt assert their sovereignty at any costSt Louis GlobeDemocrat A LaborSavlngDovlco Mrs Tanque Dont you get awful ly tired waiting for your husband to come home evenlngc Mrs Lushe Gh I never sit up fr him I have a phonograph in the hall which starts talking as soon as he opens tbe doorN Y Journal Too Great a Contrast FatherI dont see why you cant like Mr Clubleigb Ills habits art excellent He doesnt drink or smoke or play the races Whats your objection Daughter who loves another Oh erIdont know Suddenly bright ining Id be so awfully homesick with him papa hes so unlike fu- R Y World In Court Lawyer So witness your name is Sampson WitnessYes sir Now remember you are on your oath Do you seriously think you could break your nambesakes record- I dont know sir but Id like to try when you have finished with the jawbone Brooklyn Life CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the d eSlgn- tureof WANTED Several persons for District Office Managers in this State to represent me in their own and surroundingcounttes Willing to pay yearly 600 payable weekly Desirable employment with unusual opportunities References changed Enclose addressed stamped envelope S A Park 320 Caxton Building Chicago 19 i6t rQuickly Arranged You take me by surprise the ex claimed alter he had finally put the questionWell Im glad to get you in any way he replied pursuing his advan tagesAnd she let it go at thatPhiladelphia North American OASTOnXABeantkeltd Will Yoe Haw Always Bot1gtt Blgutua jof f Tomptatlon StubbIts strange how tempta tions will come before a drinking man PennOf whom do you speak StubbWhy Fen wood He was sitting at the parlor window when an old lady passed with corkscrew curls Ill be banged it Fenwood didnt go right down in the cellar and bring up a bottle of French brandyChlca go Record A Commorcial Suggestion CustomerLook here I want to change this coat I bought yesterday My wife doesnt like ft- HeldelbergCbange that coat You must be crazy Thats the finest piece of goods you ever wore I tell you what my friend youd better keep that coat and go home and change your wilt TitBits There will be no settlement of the fierce conflict between Bryanism and American prosperity until next November American prosperltyisimple re fused to suspend hostilities New York Mail and Express u CATARRH The Mother of Consumption How this Dread Disease May be Prevented and Cuted The Greatest ol Specialists Write on the Subject Catarrh l the motherof eoonmUon- II this Ida nut mean IbtttcvcrrcawoccaUifu de Teloi a IJobDf catarrhMt Vl do wheaun checked cud when rlTen the pro fromiterlaeoofbegiantngi ion which I loujrcer- b and the 1 hrealbiralrxc Inrrrullrendi In Conml lIuo of tboLuol Catarrh fchirm dcuroji any coniirtirjMirart of ttianjucoai p urfac4 ff too uipcr air pare yei t agedi It lonom congests them causing urnalir a super M abundant olfenMee dl rharzst bat when It readied tha lotolr delicate inlngof ttiohJlMIki lungtutwlandlntlaiunxcellr corgctlnn It came theuulrlddicbaruedaU jniumptum of the Lungs- TIfOTENDENCY OP CATARRH The t ndnrvy of caurrh alien It hue oneeoLtolnd I foothold In nnr IIOrll m of the mucnim nembrine Jhtch net over tar Ill ot the body u to constantly wlthwhtIemnodJto branotb r o pbronicQaealourrbielheresult npldlrtoWunKrmw LUNGS Consumption cunnnt be cured New lonneannot 0 mad ror s man onr more than new ro 0 nvnvwihnt cotarrh can be roredln amrtiUirc Sept this Uaal and always fatal one I A CURTAIN CURE In al ftxrlonco of twenty rrre 101b- M 1 h 01orUrm nf cJTtiirrh riiaranrTerjrt failed to iJIect a cure metbndlsmyl- noneesahnlvnliwvawnandtire I enrnprnnrn 1n7 dlrKUn dear JrnanntalmiTlno t e Cansumplle when I relily the diwece hoe nut quite rear I Ib1 1re I nratreallnz and curing ca aol Vaaort rnliT Si inn of IbtUont+ Tin In lh hiiTH 3Ilnmate orocUr well Z CDEaiNIL mi once mite urge all e fen to Vln triwtmcnt at once r a month of tiwtment Inter- nIdIllateforthenextmmdhneteelatil Jw fee Ir r by rdlomtlor ilnedrM cbrllSFou med clnesetcethat m r rcquJ J NBWTON HATHAWAY M C- Ur Unuumuj Jfc Co JOJChurcliSlreel Na hvllIeTjinnW- KNTIOX THU IAfrit MIEN WltlTfX s1 S1 S GOESI TO THE BOHOM II Prom easilyPfitIt matter not how ob treatUlreaches and cures IIny dlleasehereteblo f in any way involved ailmente II to cure such real deepseated blood diseases M 8 S S cures and none can offer such Incontrovertible evidence of merit S 8 S is not merely A tonieitIs a euro I It goes down to the very seat of all blood diseases and gets at the foundation the very worstcesevandroutsthopoLon from the system Itdoes not like other remedies dry up the poison and hide it from view temporarily I everytracoMrsT W Lee Montgomery Ala writes Some years ago I was by ft nurse who infected my babe with blood taint I was covered with sores nnd prayedtoto no purpose The mercury and potash which they gave me seemed to add fuel to the awful flame which was devouring me I was advised by friends who had seen cures made by It to Swifts Specific 11m proved from the start as the medicine seemed to go direct TwentybottlesSIS Sa FOR THE BLOOD- s the only remedy that is guaranteed purely vegetable and contains no mercury potash arsenic or any other mineral or chemical It never falls to cure Cancer Eczema Scrofula Rheumatism Contagious Blood Poison T Carbuncles Sores etcValuable books mailed free by Swift Specific Company Atlanta Os Honesty is the Best Policy =onmt monde Krery out prliiw and hour Hont dealing wUl 1roTre Purely brings unnvm It THe LAST PAYs or Tar XIXCTCKXTII nunHow xorniiu noise CLEARLY We Mlerethl tact and our wnnl deinon trat i our belief Oar Koodn an nrninte l to ttinart ty OI rvprewnted that Is hoaeet tier goods are guaranteed to give nitkfartlon that kbowat If an article of Jewelry of our mwaufartae doe not Mire ntUfactlon we will refund tin money paid tar the artlden that too Is bonent Brown Ross- Centertown Ky has a romp awtorlnHrat of goods In store for sale at prlceo that defy competition Thee rood are made room rolled sold plate told SUed Hold front or tolld goldtorksad are Karraated tn give Perfect Mll fattlon or the money will lie n funded If this notice should rea h anyone Urine too fee from Itrown A Ihwsture or any otber wwalr- ofoartopermit their pnrvhrt lnr there good from our calumer we illUelllbvicoodnntretnll to snrh pernonn under the same wnrranty and deliver by moll We will nloxiid printed Intrar duns an to the rare of Jewelry how torleaa ltetc on niplkatlon W F Main Co Eastern Factory Cor of Frlcnil hi A Eddy ens 1rnvluinie It I Western Factory lnrmitt Jrwiry Faito In the world uuder pruen til cuiitnn tlon at East lowantr In ueerWUft IC rvpa T Illinois Central Railroad Iie1 and M Mt Topnlar Ilonte to- Memphis New Orlean- sI ALL rtllMS IN IUtUAu TEXAN MEXICO ANn AIIKIIIMA Han Minted V tlbaled Trains with rale Tan Iallman Sleepers and Fns IteHlnlnKihalrlanitii MeniphU cad New Hrleau Inllmaa Toark t liar kftrni Lonlnrtlle erery Thanulay sight And Peas thronvh to Ialtfornla via New irleani end the Koatb Pwine wnn et Hinte Ihtnble liettb rate ham leulrllle to KIln IrenrlwM oa 5M lPFtloaatrly low raten to luierniedlate point The Truo Winter Routo to California No Blizzards Cold Woathor Snow- BlockadesI ForM rtlcnlani write to J II llolln Tra ella raennger Agent fur I f K K Unilnrllle Ky Aleo sak him to tend you a ropy of the H iataera Home Seeker llaldr Which to relete with Illler- MtlDK Informiitlna onivrnlna the Knatbern lerrl torr It will lee ruatld to you free iiniheflnt and third Tne dnvn of ra h month lli nieHeker tlrketnare sold to Smithera end 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Ohio county and Pour of Appea1 Prompt attention given to all business entrusted to his care Offlce In Herald building A C TAYLOR Attorney at Law IIAIITFORD Ky Siwlnl nttrntlun irlrcn to all lialnnuicntrait I tu hl mtv oirjmlnnmrthoat J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HAHTFORD KY Will prnrtlre his iinifrwdou la Ohio and adjoin DKronntlMi Nrwelal attcatloa liltew to nil tulArea entrusted to bK rare s P ROn- YATTORXEYIT LA W- ro it 11161111 RINTUeaT1I- lllpracthwbIn profrMlon In all tbocourtan OhM and adjolnlnaroanttni nndfiiartof Apprali Hw lal attention given to rule tlon JOHN P MORTON ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAHTfOllll KY- Kral attention irir n to all belew entrant 4 to hie rare Umrelsnurlhu- eSHELBY TAYLQH J1TT01WEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY will practlra hu profeeMoi la all the nrartu ol Uhl auIljlol1 roaSlka andtoartIAplwkN- pwia1 attention glen tu all aodiramm It beak nipteyCM BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will pratlnebkprofeloa la all taernarUnf Ohio sad adjolnlnc ountlen IlftlollIIl- it be 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Special Departments devoted to Agriculture Poultry Markets Literature with other Special Features IMPROVED I ENLARGED IN NEW FORM NOW TWENTYPAGES I WANTED AGENTS I MENU nut SPECIAL TERMS i1 tl s The Kind You Have Always Bears In- Use For r = 501En Yq I IIpublishedSend lot sample A 1111It 1SM THE C7C7 OMMERCML copiesI EieJJd SJCII1a===c r== 1r=====s TRANSF l LINE===v== X =====I A I ==AV== IA HARTFORD KY-A FAST AND EASY RIDE IN TIE MOST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED Y al U T 8 r I B0 PA I ENGLISHoICIIOetc J I What better investment eubl 1 made than in n copy of the International J This rural quarto volume is ft vat btorefiouso e valuabictufnnnationarranged convenlentfonnfurhnndeye and mind It it morn widely used ta nutliority than any other dictionary in the world It chould bo In every V tko Vcbttrrs Coutghtt Dictionary with a Scottish Glawryctc Fintcluwmqualttyhccoudclusaiasirai- Rt 1a f Id1L13T iM 1 you 50 cents extn to ride all In a Cotton1 V Delt Parlord16 Car 25 cents fora half Seated In a revolving arm chair with plentyrof space around you you can smokerclacouch The ladles will delIght 1C the splendid ladies lounging dressingcordrlaw mi You want them order most anything you want from a porterhouse youcouspuleaseHenatol tltbedJ10olnTesa IUtral run thronsh from Cairo lubellinto tbWrlll c e d uU alalnedF1le IOK afldwllponwilllefVInd lbtthnonn wo of hfluirs who in coujuueliu wtItbilitekl UAIPlan1 UII8100000 corruption fund IUCCUot t + in swearing out warrants for tin J d at tlslllstialsllautllrsUattxjj Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 16 MONEY MUSK HEM F TATLOB In shirt of check and tallowed hair who Miller the In the bnlrneh chair Like Mown ba ket stranded there- On theLiInk of Father lieIle feels the flddlea lender neck rickn oat the notes with thrum and check And times the tune with nod and beck And thinks ire a weary while All iwidjrl Now ho glow the rail lrl eHonor to the Indie All TheJolly tldoii of laughter fell An ebb In n happy smile IMjwn comes the bow on net utrlnff Flint roapie Join tight hand and nwlnn An light an anjr blaeblrdA wing Swing once more and n half tlmw round Whirl Mary Martin all In blue fallen gown and storking new Jnd tinted eym that tell you true Lance nil to the dancing round she nit nbont big Mow Drown Who hold her hand to keep her down And think her hulr n gulden crown And hh heart turn over once Hlii cheek with inaryn litvntb I wet It glue a Hecond noiuervetl He nirann to win the maiden yet tine for the awkward dunce Vour togn boot hn emptied my toe Id rather danre with one leggll Joel Yon ilamny fellow Iaw Mow And the ant pnlr danre apart Then Forward eiit ndvnncv retreat Like midges Ray In Honbenm Btrvet TI Money Slunk by merry feet And the Money Iok by heart ThneHjnartem round your Partners swing AITOM the wit The rnttrrn ring The girl nnd boy have taken wing And have brought their row null Tie Forward oUI with tape griwe Ah rarer far thanawing pltel That gulden cloud of old olnt tare They bring the danre nboiit Then rleping hand ollIUKhlllod left All wlftly weave the measure deft croi the woof In loving writ And the Money Mtmk I dune Oh ilanrrni of the rustling husk Hood night sweethearts tin growing dunk Rood night for nye to Money Muck For the heavy march begun Ve have saved many doctor bills since we began using Chamberlains Cough Remedy in our home We keep a bottle open all the time and 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 falls to cure It is certainly a medi cine of great merit and worthD S Mearkle General Merchant and Far mer Mattie Bedford county Pa For tale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m During 1899 the silk manufacturers of the United States improved 41000 000 worth of raw silk an increase 01 50 per cent over 1898 Silk mills have been established in nineteen atatesand the 750 factories are distributed id 230 towns We used to import all such fineries but soon we will not only supply all of the home demand but will have silk goods to send abroad Des Moines Ia State Register It is very hard to stand idly by and see our dear ones suffer while awaiting the arrival ot the doctor An Albany N Y dairyman called at a drug store there for a doctor to come and see his child then very sick with croup Not finding the doctor in be left word 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 Clef until the doctor should arrive In 1 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 lor it from that part of the country For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Debs says that the prosperity of the country is a ghastly lie All right The more ghastliness we have mixed with our lies the happier we will all beLawrence Kan World My mother suffered with chronic diarrhoea for several months She was attended 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 market Mrs F IL Watson Aiken Ala Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bio m Deprived of tho Ballot Kentuckys deplorable condition is due entirely to a law taking away from the people the right to determine elections The audacity of the exper iment is surprising but the results are what might have been expected All the business of the State is in con fusion The people are wrathful and determined that their rights shall pre vail But the Goebelites making the attempt to usurp the functions of government still push on When the State Election Board failed them filled it up from their own ranks and pro proceeded to throw out the votes of several counties in order to claim the minor State offices The entire vote of Louisville has been thrown out to seat contestants in the Legislature and to get through a number of laws the Goebelites especially nerd in their operations In sonic counties officials are turning over money to Taylor in others to Beckham There are two sets of State officers and general chaos In the public affairs of the entire State More than a month has passed since he shooting of Goebel and the effort of his political friends has been to uppress the testimony FO that the murder might be chirged upon Republican officials The very men who prevented an inquest urged the ofler tag of n reward of 100000 to find the assassin and while hiding the prl nary facts sent outside the State for o called detectives notorious for shady political tricks lu all 1 his junfble of illainy and misgovrern rtthe people Kentucky nvpr 2000 Goostrong I- Jri I r iTS are treated with utter indifference Their votes are cast aside their mas jorities reversed and their intcress neglected With a sort of insane per sistence the Goebelites keeep on with their scheme to destroy the ballot and to make the will ot a gang of politic lans supreme over that of the people It cannot be done The Goebel law will go down and votes will assert their sovereignty at any cost St Louis GlobeDemocrat L A LaborSavlngDovlco Mrs TanqueDont you get awful ly tired waiting for your husband to come home evenings Mrs LusheGh I never sit up for him I have a phonograph in the hall which struts talking as soon as he opens the doorN Y Journal h Too Great a Contrast FatherI dont see why you cant like Mr Clubltigh Isis habits art excellent He doesnt drink or smoke or play the races Whats your objection DJughter who loves another Ob erIdont know Suddenly brightening Id be so awfully homesick with him papa hes so unlike you N Y World In Court Lawyer So witness your name is Sampson1VinessYes sir Now remember you are on your oath Do you seriously think you could break your nambesakes record I dont know sir but Id like to try when you have finished with the jawbone Brooklyn Life CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature dof WANTED Several persons for District Office Managers in this State to represent me surronndlngcountlesWIlling weekly Desirable employment with unusual opportunities References ex changed Enclose addressed stamped envelope S A Park 320 Caxton Building Chicago 19 16t Quickly Arranged You take me by surprise the ex claimed alter he had finally put the questionWell Im glad to get you in any way he replied pursuing his advan tagesAnd she let it go at that Philadel phia North American CASTOnXABun theThl KtodYw Haw Always Bolgtt fllguatareof fId Temptation StubbIts strange how tempta tions will come before drinking man PennOl whom do you speak StubbWhy Fenwood He was sitting at the parlor window when an old lady passed with corkscrew curls Ill be hanged it Fenwood didnt go right down in the cellar and bring up a bottle of French brandy Chica go Record A Commercial Suggostlon CustomerLook here I want to change this coat I bought yesterday My wife doesnt like It- HeidelbergChange that coat You must be crazy Thats the finest piece of goods you ever wore I tell you what my friend youd better keep that coat and go home and change your wife TitBits a There will be no settlement of the fierce conflict between Bryanlsm and American prosperity until next No vember American prosperitysimple re used to suspend hostilities New York Mail and Express CATARRH The Mother of Consumption How this Dread Disease May be Prevented end CuredThe Greatest of Specialists Write on the Subject Catarrh l the mither of cnn nmptlon da nut mono that every t eat tTI Je TVloiK Into iiwhenundo mean that charm checked and when the rrtnnIUes tar eaten monfrnmUipUcootLeElnnlnir frIa decree nn along UM lr tract Invariably end InCunxiuiiUnnof the Lung Ciiurrli m dr troja any 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