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gltOy Jllraa M L HEAVRIN Attorney at LawHARTFORD KY Will practice hi profmlon 10 nfl the rnnrta of Ohio and adjoining monlM and Iourt utAppraU HIKKUI attralloa rirrn to eolUrtloai C E SMITH ATTOKNEY AT LAW HAKrriiKii UT Wilt practice bit profmloo In all the mart of Ohio and ailJolalu roB tlr a drourtof Appeal urea to nil Imlnrwrntrnr0 to trItome la Co Att71 omre In mnrtboow JOHN TRONE- ATTORNEY AT LAW C IRNTCRTOWW KY Will practice JJ iirofwlon la ll the courts of Ohio sad adrnl li cointlr nJ ViortotAppr l f dal attMUon gIven to ejiDwtloot FL FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD MY- Wll practice la the court ht Oblo county and Court of Irompt attention given to all LiaIse entrusted to hIs care Ufflc In Herald uJ1Is AC TAYL- ORAttOrney at Law rlAirrroitD KY special attention given to all business entrust ed to hi care lOIre la rourthouse J E DAVIDSON Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will penal hi In Ohio and adjoin IngtoaatlM Hieclal attention given to all busl neu entrusted to him caN 8 PjHOBY ITTJWEY AT LAW r RBMVIL11C KENTDVHT WIitJnrticbIsvrofeslon In all theroirti t iilo and adjolalagcoaatle andfnnrtof APIMKUS rdsJottrritlon given to collection P MOATON 1JOBl EYA KY LAW given to all boslneu entrust fto kl tiN OBc U courthou t t SHELBY TAYLOR 4TTORXEYITL4WHARrIoaD Will practice hIs profession In all the court or Ohio and adjoInIng nd Goortol Hpedal attention given to all assignment In bankruptcy C M BARNETT ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY Will 11 his la all the courts of Ohio nod adjoining counties Ppvdal attention I will be given to all bulainnm entrusted to bis cite Collection a epedalty r JNO B WILS- ON4ttorneyL at Law1 I nARTFORD KY lclat Attention tven to collection makIng p ex tl otrJ glso Wn tatrabU tnr I shin mann r IfflrS north ilde ILI ARVEY W PHUDEN V ATTORNEY AT LAW IIAKTfOHU MY Wfll practice his prof elon la Ohio and adjoin IngroulItlee Office In imrunLiciH building r E P NEAL Attorney at Law w HARTFORD KY fuYuractic Ii profession In all the COUrts of I Kentucky Haiial given to collecUtns wttlement of Pendents estntei road earn and Irto pt00SIse Oea upstAirs Urtffln block J BR WEDDING UWIJWill praeMes his In all the courts 01 Ohio and I iiliiligo UadtbcOurtoIApop- eale rr riven CG Ii entrusted to him 9Bi taBroaWAlri uIUt B Q LatsLm 1t Ii iKwirroBD KT 1 and c 1duAleoNota 1 Hsak D be eurd VIU I Pc iI ziRV VLATEL UnIj OSc w 5 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN II MRS BREWER RECOMMENDS PERUNA- I FOR GRIP AND FEMALE OATARRH in a letter to Dr ITarHaaa concerning cho merit of Perana Mrs Brewer write among other thing 1 WBaTKRLY n I Dear Dr IIrtmn1 find Perunaa lure cure for all eatanbal atteetlona ao common In thU part of the country It CUres a cold at once There U no cough medIcIne that caD at all qui Poruna Aa tot la grippe there la no other rem oily that cant ail compare with Ieruna lam atnoag the lick a grist deal In our oily and hare supplied many Invalid with Perun simply beeatue I am enthuilaatlo In my faith u to Ita reo suit 1 bne never known It to fall to quickly and permanently remote that demoralised stat of the hUman ayatem grippeIn weakneaa 1 nae Pernna with perfect oonndeno of a good rot alt In cases of weaknea peculiar to ray tax I am sure that no I cvc l I I k I Also Cc11et3 Dictionary with II CcottM Glor oLe l1mciil1n tlaoi in sac J I Dc c orctn== c==vrc 1 =rorc CA r CAt c A AND EASY RIDE IN TilE MOST YOUR OHIO COURT REG ULAR MARCH 5th 1900 At a rorelar tern of the Oblo County Court bIgun and belt for saId county la the court at llartford Ky with lion Jnmr hillier Judge prralillnK the followIng was had towlt J W Order and Judgment J- A local option electIon In thetowncf foam Oblo rocntjr Ky J W WIlson Steve Kendall J W nIt James W JUlry W E ieacb T W 1nwh Alonio Craig J II Allen IIC ltttwartl T J Ilryant L A Bplnki J II lion Tally Tboniu P ruT James Co Hall J II a Aibfonl II T Hryant John Johnston if U LI ken J M Allen W K Maiden L VandlrrrQ U Ualdra Jo UcDankl and J I hunter bite IDK by order of the Ohio County Court at Ita lust regular February 1KX term fllrd their written petition ilirnrd by each ant all ef them praying for a local Option election In tbt town of Itmlne Ky qn the Tthday of AptllltoO which was and In B JIOIKI I to be signed by a number more thanf equal to twentytin per cent of the cltlieni dents of add Vffal and qaallflr voter In saId town qualIfied to Tote lor county offlcera of Ohio county KyTotlnirat the last nwieral electIon hbtlnandfor aald town and bnllf deposited with the Hon Jamr I Ulllrrth n RUlar elected qualltted and action County Judge ol Ohio rOoaI ty Ky a sent of money lufllelcnt to pay printing or posting adrertlnement ol saId elec tion and to pay the IT 01 the Clerk for making entrIes In order book as erldenred by receipt to their attorney K P Neal from aid Julie In words and flirnrr u follow Iterrlred March B ItoO of E P Krai attorney for J W Wilson and others In case of J W Wll Pun and others petition for local option election I In the town of Doilne fUMforth pUrpose of paylnK expenaCs of mild election and an Itemtied to be rendered to eftld Atty and whatever may b left orer and nbora saId election shall be returned to R V Nenl and whatever the amount ahoy named may lack of paying said expense s1111 E I Seal nirreM nnd bind btmwlt to J P UILLKH J O C C K1NiAL iita tberrfore ordcrrd and adJudKed by the Wit It being unfflckntly adtrlned that ST8UV eneahe regular elected qnalined and acting Other M hi phlo county Ky band he is hereby wd r ed and directed to open n poll at the voting place of Ilonlne precinct In the town of lloslne Ohio County Kentucky on Saturday the rib day of April 1MO to tithe the eenw of the legal qualified oteriquitltlteI to vot for county Officer ot said town whether or not and malt liquor ehall be lohlla paid town and whether or not the law prohibiting the eath barter and loan of and traffic In such liquor In said town shall breome Inoperative the Clerk ot this Court I uirvetai to prepare poll hooks nnd ballots for aid election as directed bylaw The Merit will advertise saId election M required by law A Copy J I1 MILLCN J 6 C C Attest M B IUuUXD0 O C C Pursuant to the above order t 8 T Stettin 8 0 C11I cause a poll to be opened and an election to be held In the town of Itotlue Ky on AprJi tbTthl900for the purpose ot taking thi BO of the legal roter of said town M tc- whetberornot plrltuonvlnou and maltllquor I shall be aold In said town ThIs March Sib 1MO 8 T 8TBVH 8 Q O Nk trOUbled with give Pain Balm a trio i ot cost you a cent if It doe BO good One application Will relieve the paInsIt cures oprflo and trubes in Owtthlrd the time rVqairert by any other trVatruent Cntii burns knathItes Ito theke and cljrft Klapdular riBil ijtoruw H land 50 cts r n n other remedy can approach In rood os anita the action of Peruna It meeta all the bad symptoms to which females aro subject The irregularities and net vouanesi the debility and miseries which afflict more or less tho women from girlhood to change of life aro one and all met and overcome by thla ex youngladya MM Llnle M Brewer Pernna will cure the worst cue 01 catarrh La grippe la acute epidemic pecilloLlabonOhIoobronlo catarrh of the lung head and throatt continuous cough runny phyil clana failed to cure Permanently cured by Peruna could be produced A aluablo on catarrh sent free by The Medicine Company ColnmbuaO iJItheItinyoUierdctlonaryWeltcr I EleldCIG cncr TRANSFER LINErn 3SC ATrLJLJb tD9YPAST COMFORTABLE VEHICLES PATRONAGE SOLICITED COUNTY TERM WilontaLl ant payI plrltuouevlno rheumatism rjtmmberlains qiiniylhIIIlS fiyspptlgjtUvdrht majmayI ThoiuandaottciUmonlala IreatiaeI Eilc It Is very bard to stand idly by and see onr dear ones suffer while awaiting the Arrival of the doctor An Albany N Y dairyman called at a drug tore there for a doctor to come and see his child then very sick with croup Not finding the doctor in be eft word for him to come at once on his return He also bought a bottle of Chimberlalns Cough Remedy whlchhe hoped would give some re- id until the doctor should arrive In few hours he returned saying the doctor need not come as the child was much better The druggist Mr Otto Scbolz says the family has since tee om mended Chamberlains Cough Remedy to their neighbors and friends until he has a constant demand for it rom that part of the country For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m I Ladies For relief of women Cbes ters Tansy Tablets worth their weight n gold A safe and certain monthly regulator Mailed on receipt of price i MURDOCH CCRR Co Atlanta Ga a Blood poison often results from a cut or wound if not properly treated Dr Hells AntiPain is the most wonderful discovery of the age for the qulch relief of all internal and external pain It goes to every partMurdock Ca tarrh Cure It cures Colds Hay Fev and all forma of Catarrh Price l mailed on receipt ot price See adver tisement tI MOHDOCK CURII Co Atlanta Ga 0 CASTORIAFor The Kind You Have Always Bought Dears the d T I Signature of tattMc I The savings banks in New York State have just pasted the billion dollar I mark in depotits This Is tbe growth ot nearly 37 million dollars in 1899 is another leather in the I cipof Republican prosperity Lowell Mass Courier A R De Fluent editor of the Journal Doylestown Ohio suffered for a number of years from rheumatism in lila rightshoulder aed side He says My right arts at times was entirely nseloM I tried Chamberlalus Pain BalatttIWQ8 surprised to receive re lie almost immediately The Pain ValM avH bee constant companion ofaaiiic ever Iaceand it never ails nrpacbytWayne Grfu- F lit bro m Protection and Whattho American Policy Has Dono for Commorco In tho pastThroo Years Senator James K Jones chairman of the Democratic National Commit tee is quoted as saying The Dem ocratic party has always favored the extension ot onr commerce while tbe Republican party by its Protective Tailfl policy has always opposed and discouraged it The Democratic par ty will continue to favor legitimate means of expanding and extending the commerce of tbe United States We are surprised that so absurd a statement should emanate from a Unit ed States Senator even though he be a Democrat Mr Jones has either been in a trance tot the last ten years allairstbe commerce of the United States He will find if hedoes that under the last Democratic national administration there was a contraction of our I commerce instead of an expanslonand that that contraction was the direct reo suit of the Democratic policy of Free Trade In 1892 the last year of President I Harrisons administration the total exports of the United Statesunder the I operation ot the McKinley tariffexceed I ed for the first time in the historyofthet country 1000000000 ures being 1030278148 In 1893I the first year of President Clevelands second administration tbe exports of I the United States at once began to contract the shrinkage amounting to almost 200000000 Theexportsdur ing the four years of Mr Clevelands term of office were as follows 1893 847665194 1894 892140572I 1895 807538165 1896 8926c6938I Tbe Democrats led the people to be lieve that Free Trade would be a boon to the country There was no longer any need of a Protective TarlO they said it was not only a burden to the people but a hindrance to our trade Tbe tearing down 01 the Tariff wall as they were pleased to call It would give American manufactures and trade a new impetus and the United States would soon controVtbe markets of the world But the finespun theories of the Democratic Free Traders were shattered when put to the test Under the operations of the Wilson Free Trade law we were not even able to hold the markets we gained and we lost a large part of our home markets The people quickly repented ot their follybnt they had 4 long years years filled with panic and industrial distress to wait before they could undo their mistake Then they went to the polls and voted to return to power the party of Protection and sound money Tbe Republicans gave them the Dlngley TariQ and under its beneficent Pro tection prosperity quickly returned Our commerce again began to expand as it has done under the McKinley Tariff and today the growth of American trade is the marvel of the world During the first year of President McKinleys administration tbe country regained all the ground that had been lost under the Democratic Free Trade regime and the succeed- Ing two years brought a marvelous expansion of our trade The IoU ow lug figures show what the Republican policy of Protection has done for our commerce during tbe three years of President McKinleys administration 1897 1050993556 1898 1331482330 1899 1227205419 Cbaltinan Joness assertion that the Republican party has by its Protec tive Tariff policy opposed and dls couraged the extension of our com merce Is nt direct variance with the fncts The Republican policy of Pro tcction has done so much for Amen can commerce that tbe more enterpris lag industrial notions of Europe are emulating it and the cry of Free Trade is no longer heard on the Con tinent Columbus 0 Journal Outlook for 1900 Every sign stems to point to a big- gervolumeofbusimmeos in 1900 than in 1899 although it seems almost incred ible that that should be the case For from reports made in respect to lasiI years business it is evident large number of the mils and factor lea of the country were taxed to their utmost capacity and the demand for labor in almost all sections of the country has been greater than the supply The statement made by Mr A J Miller of Providence the vice president of an iron and steel concern in respect to the condition of afTiirs in New England applies fairly well to the country as a whole Mr Miller says General business conditions have not been ao good in New England in years Oar State is a perfect hive of industry and mills that have not been in operation In ears ore now running full blast In textiles the mapufaci tuners of our Staleare doing agrt business and it ij a fact that soCo I A ai L j r It Is just 03 easy to drift into danger as to into it The progress is slower but the end is sure It Is the gradual progress of drifting which blinds to the danger Men and women drift into lIlhealth in such a There is a eatingAfterit returns and brings another headache perhaps Something is done to relieve the headache but nothing to rollcjA the cause So one more victim god drifting on to the locks of disease Young women who are teaching or studying are very apt to become victim1 of the stomach They eat In JenItotally ate goes home a chronic invalid Tile timely use of Dr Pierces Golden Medical Discovery will avert such a con dition use of it in chronic cases will effect a complete cure I was troubled with very frequent headjche often accompanied bjr severe vomItIng writes DltgODuYftICostomach and liver seemed contInually oat of otder Often I could mt almost ootblnr and InlourII feared a spell and was mucti ekdiscouraged stvlscd to H Dr PIerces finishingthetlesofpubUcKhoolllfeandcontractedtodoso1 I Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets cleanse the completion and sweeten the breath our cotton mills are so filled with or dens that they are running nights a condition ol things that has not prevailed in years If this kind of thing keeps up the latest thing in FreeTrade arguments will be that FreeTrade is needed by tbe country in order to give the work- Ing people a rest from the arduous labor in which they have been engaged ever since tbe Dingley law brought back business activity and prosperity I the country There isnt any likelihood however that tbe people will be so anxious for a long vacation without pay that they will vote for Free Trade American Economist o Ho Was Ready to Run for Constable lie was a rather raw specimen of the country yap but be stepped Iflto- thejmscaenceof the Editor with the- usual of a free American citizenExcuse me he said after the or dinary salutations but will you tell me to tbe best of your knowledge and ability if this country is goin to take In the Philippines There is nothing else to do replied the Editor How about POlty Reeky Thats settled as one of us And the Sandwich Islands In with us too How about Cub That will be in by and by And Guam and tbe scattering All in or heard from And are we goin to have the same Old Star Spangled Banner JThe same And tbesame oldAmerican Eagle The same And the same old Fourth of July Just the same And the same old Uncle Sam I A little taller abd wider put thats an And the same old Constitution and By laws I Exactly And the same old great and glorl ousRepublicThe only more so Much obleeged he said starting outlItbey wanted me to run for Be Careful No woman can be too careful of her condition during the period bmi foreTher little ones are born Neglect or improper treatment then endanI gers her life and that of the lies with her whether she shall suffer unnecessarily or whether the ordeal shall bo made comparatively easy Sho had better do nothing than do something wrong MOTHERSFRIEND is the one and the only preparation that is safe to use It Ira that tra1es from the outside etemaJlrrlgbtwrong ore more humbugsthey endanger life Mothers helps the muscle to relax and expand naturally re lieves removes the po nervousness and head acheIverkts hard and rising brea labor and lessens the p lBrfUd helps the patient t- urapid i recove- ryiiaIetter a Shreveport La- I I I have been using your wonhcul remedy MotbersFrlend- fOtJ two months and find Jt TMotiimendeod IVit 8 arUIHt pereitta TtJ81 corbookflI LH constable down in my county but I didnt want to put my card in the paper and whack up 500 till I knowed more about whit kind of a govern ment I was goin to git mixed up withOh the country is all right said the Editor encouragingly I reckon he hesitated a moment you wouldnt object to guaranteeln that the pallnjfutu oi our liberties wasnt goin to be jostled nor shook on its nnderpinnin would you Not at all Much obleeged much obleeged and if I aint a constable after the re turns comes In itll be because theres a cog dropped in the gudgeons ot state thats all Good mornin and he passed out toore bretzllythan he had come lnW J L in New York Sun PROGRAMME Of the Fourth Congressional District Teachers Association which meets at Brandenburg Ky April aoth and 21st 1900- Welcome Address Hon Thos II Hamilton Brandenburg Response Supt J Tyler Davis NelsonTeachers Catechism J N PUeI Glendettne- I Public Schools as a Nucleus of the Future J F Nail Vine Grove The BritishBoer War A V Will lamsNoon How to Cultivate a Taste for Better Literature W B Maple Cloverpoit opened by C M Ver tress Vine Grove The Humorous Side ofthe Teachers Life J R Coyle of Grayson county Parents as a Factor In Mutual Development P I Yates A Moral Curriculum J Ray Honey Sonora What is the Greatest Need of Public Schools Snpt Fon Rogers Ohio county and Supt W D Ashcraft Meade county Weighed and Found Wanting J C Cardwell Leltchfield The Intellectual Life of the Teacher Miss Ollie M Richardson Vertrees Clouds and Sunshines Miss M Llllie Irwin Buffalo Nineteenth Century Progress F E HardestyThe Miss Ella Jewell Owens boro Do We do too Much for Onr People Miss Ella Jeffries Elizabethtown and Miss Ada Cralle Tunnel Hill Teachets and Their Ways Snpt J R Ashlock Hardin county Address Prof H G Brownell LouisvilleReading Grade 7tb Miss Francis Smith Etizabethtown Short Cuts in Figures A C Burton Adaptation in Pedagogy E R Ray Beaver Dam New Psychology E E Olcott Elizabethtown and TJ Morton Halt lord Squeers Method Miss Maymee Irwin Elizabetbtown Essay Miss Ethel King Side Lines J C Pirtle Hodgen villeQuicks Ed Reformers W A Dew ley Hygiene in the Schoolroom N T Groves Fordsville Method in Child and Methocl in Subject or the Duel Nature ol Method O M Shultz Haitford In and Out of Sorts G K Holbert Hodgensville Address Dan Roberts Hardlna burgPoetry of the loth Century Mitts Carry E Cosby Bardstown Business hour Reduced rated over alt railroads on certificate plan The Association will be held on Friday and Saturday April aoth and 21st instead of April 27th and 28th as previously announced This change is made to suit the lo cal conveniences at place of meeting It is very important that each county in the district be represented by a large delegation Everyone on the programme has consented to be present this insures a good meeting Session begins Friday morning at 10 oclock closes at 3 oclock Saturday evening S C STEVENS Pres o Our Groatost Specialist For 20 years Dr J Newton Hatha I way has so successfully treated chronic I diseases that be is acknowledged to proftaslon VerlcocelcIor cautery cures in 90 per cent of all cases In the treatment ol Loss of Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kid ney and Urinary Complaints Paral sis Blood Poisoning Rheumatism- Catarrhand Diseases peculiar to wo- ment he is especially successful Dr Hathaways practice is more than double that of any other specialist otbeltment Write him to day fully abou your case lie makes no charge foi consultation or advice elth r at his of ficeor by mail Address J Newlcr Hathaway M D 300 Cl arch St Nashville Term ti t The Readers of The Hartford Repub oJpastup for The Republican and get the two papers one year for only 2 SO OEBiN 30 Trade morning Discussion TRUSTS AND PROTECTION Only the Republican PartyCan Bo Rolled Upon for a Remedy When a Democrat is asked how be proposes to deal with the trusts he so vigorously denounces he dtndles lor- a while and then answers Cut oft the Protective Tariff That is excel ly the policy pursued by that eminent but erratic individual who possessed the famous goose that laid golden eggs Tbe remedy might be effectual because If we are to have Democratic FieeTrade neither the trusts nor any thing else will flourish But is it necessary to destroy the country in order to regulate something that will regulate itself after a time There is one thing certainmoney for invest ment is plentiful or it would not have gone into industrials as it has Dem ocrats claim that more trusts have been formed under the administration of McKinley than were formed under both administrations of Cleveland We are willing to take their word for this There was nothing formed under the last administration of Grover Cleveland except a panic and it must beadmitted that this was one that attracted some attention from the people of the country The reaction from that panic Is one of the causes why industrials have been so extensively patronized In that way the Democrats are partly responsible for trusts But we are willing to admit that it was not until after the Democratic Presi dent passed away and Republican pol Ides prevailed that money came out of its hiding places and sought investment that men began to form busi ness combinations i that manufactur- Ing plants were enlarged i that labor was employed These all go together but many of the trusts are merely an abuse of tbe golden period of Amen can prosperity that in due time will regulate itself There is one thing to be borne in mind and that is that ifit becomes necessary to reduce Tariff rates in order to prevent combinations that will hurt the people the Republican paity will do that It is not wedded to Protection because it is a tenet of tbe party but for the reason that it has been essential to the growth and development of the people of tbe laboring people in particular al though Democracy has claimed eat cluslve privileges in that direction What are claims when opposed to practical experience In the past Democrats were the ones who favored slave labor They went to war to pre serve it In the present they are in favor of cheap labor by pitting the labor and skill of the now well paid American laborer against the poorly paid labor across the ocean It is im possible that the people can bode calved for any length of time as to the drift and tendencies of the toparties Peoria UIrJor alIA Womans Spring Wardrobe Howtho BestDressed Women Will Attire Themselves at Easter The new spring gowns made all of one material andnot with separate waists as heretofore will be much wotn The separate waists will be of light silks and muslins or other thin mater lals Almost all the new spring stuffs are of a soft clinging quality which makes them adaptable to the present style of gown There are to be some lovely silk in Nearly every disease Is the olga of poverty either of the blood or of the nerves When the brain tells and nervous tissues are used up faster than they are repaired not only the brain and nerves but every vital nervous dyspepsia sad liver and kid strength remains until at last the breakdown comes and then Dr Miles Restoratlr Nerrlno Is do lag a world ot good for such weak nervous whose brain and body are overtaxed but who may yet bg saved from a state of Indescribable and restored to lives of happiness and industry and strengthening the secretive glands of the digestive organs It ta dilute digestion and t a muslins with bunches of ffjwerSjtnd r sprays of vines and buds worn The smallest shirtwaist wilt be made tucked back and front frorh the neck down and the tucks wllftM rather 1 wide than otherwise teas drncy Is to make the waislIieasl- ong as f zsible In front the tailor and walklngskiitawlll with the habit and closefltting blks The return of the bustle Is heralded It is nota large affair but small well T shaped Sleeves are still worn tight and are much trimmed They are quite long and the smartest ones are made end lug in a point which covers the top of the hand to the knuckles Collars are to be worn high but nbc as stiff as they have been The new hats are made of some fancy straw braids tulle or silk nets of the most fantastic shapes Breasts birds wings and feathers are much less worn and you cant have enough flowers Edith Lawrence in the March Ladles Home Journal Announcomont To accommodate those who are par hal to the use of atomized applying liquids In the nasal pasiages for cas tarrhal troubles the pre pare Cream Balm in liquid form which will be known as Elys Liquid Cream Balm Price including thespraying tube is 75 cts Druggists or by mail The liquid form embodies the medi dual properties of the solid prepara tion Cream Balm Id quickly absorb ed by the membrane and does not dry up the secretions but changes them to a natural and healthy character Ely Brothers 56 Warren ft N Y I OASaxaOnXA rI Beirt You Hait Alwajj BsujjM of thtt111 S s The Democratic campaign of mis representation and forgery is opening usually early this year Benton III OASaxaOnXABun Hams Mnr Bought otttJoaGood old Granny Metcalfe of Ken tucky 89 years old says that Dr PineTarHoney is the best Grip cure Cough Lung and Bronchial remedy that has been offered to the people during her life Sold every where m p S S Walkers Tonic is the link that picks up the vital forces of mar in his I11B down state and binds him to health and strength by recuperating the Brain regulating the action of the Heart and nourishing the NervousJSystem m A Strictly Line of Jowolry Guarantood to Give Perfect Satisfaction orthe Monoy Will Bo Rofunded A loll and very fine line of Jewelry U now lor sale by llnrnll Situ of llockport Ky This line Includes rolled gold plate cold filled gold front and solid gold good of oarowa mannfactan and wt warrant theta to glre perfect satisfaction or we will refund the money paid for them by the pnrchwr We manufacture over 0000 denlxna and pattern of Jewelry and do not hesItate to warrant onr good to the fullest extent We know they are exnctiyaa reprrxentwl In cane thIs notice should reach patron who ore too tar away train IlarrellBroplacolburi neal or other tore where oar good are told to admit of their going there topnrcha our good writ us what you want and w will b mall at the regular price iJSlit- W te will be glad to correspond wlthth4or t i of oar goods concerning them Will KCJ MOaTi S itrurtlon It a to the care of Jewelry howtto ekjwul 7 1WCur of Friendship Eddy SU ProTldence BK Western Factory JLalflt Jewelry Factory In the world under procew of contraction at EDIt Iowa City fa Orrr 12000 tl of floor pac Nerves Unstrung I Weak Stomach Pain the Chest Sleep less Neftovs Irritable all run i Down Cured by i Dr Miles Nervine holpJIoadaokes holpless people wretchedness BysootW assimilation Thegftat aEidrthelong proprietors Republican FirstClass rapldl1builtout confusion thus bringing all the Important organs into harmony and beaUbI all run down and was so bad that I had to give op work I was nerv Qua sleopless and UrtUUe all the time and although several doctors treated me I did not Improve any under their care Hearing Dr Miles Nervine well spoken of for such troubles I commenced uslDC It and grew bat ter from the start When I had used threo bottles I felt that I was cored but I itiBi Ia bottle of the Nenrlna on hand and ua unusually tired or nervous lukeaddll am all right again I took Dr Miles i and Liver Pills along with the Kervfr found them the best Liver Pillion ktt CUNK New Dr Miie Nenljl is sold fPton a positive guarantee U aod bookie to 7 DLMUzarr uu w p r tIi w I Hartford Republican FON and LON ROGERS Editors V lapboa ZDvieltiono Cfilco 33 tuna FrUavi bg tht Hattfora Pub C lncctporatea Entered it Hartford postoffici is secondclass mail matter FRIDAY MARCH 30 The Herald a Snapping Viper The woodcock editor of the UeralA has bloomed out again hi bis idiotic SnslnuatuJFs and reflections upon THE REPUBLICAN and its course in the re cent campaign However we are not like the frttled viper when touched he strikes in every direct oand at every object material or visionary Because ot the lad that baa been doing BOOH telling work and does it iteelf with out borrowing any of its editorials from a lawyer or any other this journalof depravity and lost honor aiid self respect takes the opportuni ty to cast some of its mean sneaking lowdown unmanly insinuations upon the integrity of THE Rrrunuc AN It attempts to convey the idea that TIlE REPUIILICAN has admitted that the party for which it stands ac tually stole the election We did say that IFa party hail control of every precinct in the State aa the part did in the last election which i he Herald represents and then let Republicans steal the election that party was not wise enough to admin aflairs of State from which we have no desire to recant But vt know as does every sensible man in Kentucky know that the Republican party DID NOT do the stealing in the recent election and when the araWsaya it did it wilfully and without cauee prevaricates Such a lie is both humiliating and damning tithe mind that conceived it and the Jen that drank the ink with which it was painted When Tile RErunLICI ANS readers compare the three para graphs below from the Herald then they will be filled to overflowing with disgust Affaire In Ken According to tucky ore In till the rwnlrv deed In n Korry m nU ot law pIlEht Jnrleii the Democratic will have to conteMnnU tor wait Indefinite StntcomcvNnrv ly for their pay now the lllnl- nod high onl OIultlflllnllnn1 iluly quail ivm ol the I to offteeia ol- iourta iriVnndolhtbe vnnlty ol l1iolu01er the Slnt will nay rlalin to Inh won 11I hIetotDiIkeTeigh aKalnt prorss il the law both- teenit of Tay lntlinldatllrinorganIc nail lorlKinnndTny nnd br nethollractItinnlu thereebouii hi and t the llenllo nn toinIlalul are lunnni antIc ranill Irmn nnylly- ond e iiilght The llepublleaiiI nhould not fallwill nItto 11111 l11i1eN ate lbe- hlnme where Itnoweetlinnlei very lat one belongs gnn Rely I Dim nhould en TylorblthInll upon tile tr a i nittliii die t lUvlcto ryhilwenwiiIraukiortthe eoldkra atouriie It illomiwe Iv home neam In Iber belonBMl I 11 Taylortruiientwhki nnIallowellbeatil the whole to ilepUhIkliii Uc thlr IItoto coarse an any Let bare been pitlorm n fee luwalildlnir I VIM HKO the olIn W QU Iii jorltleernnglnginiitItatlon have Iou the I at lees littile wOllhl three thoniinl I crate hat cliii hnrelKvn inwnt I lily iitei ni lb thuaMindH of IntrnvntSinl I lUpnbllcnnn iliill n better IIIlmon lath I wonlil hnvo lift t tiliti weilre I Iuunudrlm 1I1ouIIvloj the Kiln I hr elrrum onKUIlOllllOtrll I lIulInrllunuthly Iv UMHP It I fonl llrrutd lieu CU lolly tmid without I FrI =lli itgIi When the taX intention I mllh1I1nlllllII Ihtthyhuu1thnrfw the ii I ten iiinoant to I and 8 RiHnrtturd 1100IFellow citizens this is the sort oi journalism with which TUG KEIIUII IICAN has had to contend tbia is the kind ofargument it haslmii to refute This is a fair sample of the honorable gentlemans intelligence But this is not all This same journal if it be calledsuch attempted to persuade the merchants of Hartford to boycott TilE KEif iiLiCAN bccauf it fought earnestly for what it believed to be Ithas also attempted to have our Democratic subscribers lend iog their sympathy and good will but in this they have faicd with perhaps a dozen exceptions flotwithstandingl all this TilE lion is greater than it has ever been in its history As for those Kepublc fins who take the Herald and there are many we would have you continue for the Republican majority will increase in porportion to the increase of the Heralds circulation The work of the Herald in the county for the last 15 is visible to the blind A Demoeratic majority of ono thousand has been a Republican majority of five hundred and eightya five the noisy Herald responsible fur this wonderful change who is it be understood that fm UEICllLICAN proposes to fight its battles along the lilies already adopted if it takes all summer1 Progress of the Conspiracy S The conspiracy formed by Joe Blackburn and Goebel to overthrow popular government in Kentucky aud subsequently to destroy the character anti rejmtaii of every Republican and Brown Democrat iu the State nearing a locus The of ancient hietoiy have been searched in vain for a comparable case of conspiracy The CMiispircy ol Cataline was not half so damnable ino its design nor far reaching In its purh poee and ellect Begiuniii with age of the Ooebel law the ranki ling conspiracy has been steadily tread ing its way until tuday it hiss involved the entire State in a stale of revolu tior Nothing so diabolical and ri- pfurious was ever concocted by human intellect Its first purpose was to dis arm the honest Iho ballot by a cunning trap styled iij0 act II further regulate elections and then I while disarmed of this the fanners only weapon to seize the reins of government anti hurriedly diivc the old of state into leJIJliall1tl and ruin We do not tit ure to regarded as authority on the term I nsplracy Webster dffiei it ihn I tination of men fur an evil I IIA few expre clous from I And hIs lieuteiiautii will dem to every iiitfliient man I at agiganticconfeder I for an evil purpose dim iDea speech in Ljuisville I oMou let this ex r OUisVfJH be Governor L io iW if ho gets bit me vote or none in thii dstrlct1 In Goehols wonderful rpeech at Il conix Hill Louisville alter he had made a tour of tho Slnte gave vent to three anarchistic words 1 11t is allover but the shouting 1vi got them here extending his right clutched hand just as I hall them iu the convention Ii his famous McHcury speech he de 1elateddo the voting but we Democrats wil do the counting You cant out count mc and you cant count mt out IIlheso are expressions from the lips of Senator Goebel But Wood son caps the climax for audacity and straightforward and down right an archism He is charged with having said that Taylor voule have to get a larger majority than 15000 to become the next Governor ot Kentucky What does this mean but a conspir acy Had he stopped with this we might have forgiven him but mistak log the wrath and indignation of the pluusedintograce in this manner IThe white proicrtvowiilnir rwpictnble 1 Ifo pie cil Kentucky are goIng to control tin govrrn meat ol this Coinmonitrulth tow nail hrrmftcr and they err toliiK to legMnto some rmiect flaw ur nil public decency Into the bend fit 2100 a r rnpnnt nionejrbnm and their untrllltm and han t enton who loire chown to ntflllnteHilltlcnlly will iSIKKI Ignorant nrptom nml as many more vlclnin nail redhanded monntnlnern The ntriiKnle lor unpreniiiry In about over nnd the end will provi In thU State no It bnln other ftaten that unlj the ieople who are capable ot rood mirernmenl will Itf ermllteil to govejntrry Woodon It Owensboro Mnwenwr If this be not conspiracy then what and Mr Wattersou the patriot of Democracy turns traitor and declares S that under the operation of the Goebel law the result is to chance It this be not couapircy what is it After the election came the contest and a regular reign o jlebelism For four weeks the con test went on in a most shameful ant lawless manner andwhen the conspiracy seemed to bo about to tri umph its leader was stricken to the earth by the bullet from a gun of an escapad fiend from hell Crediting this cowardly act of the demon to the account of the whole Republican party the conspirators proceeded to usurp the power of government b declaring that every precinct officer and county beard and the Stale board itself bad actualy liedand yet IIcountywere appointed and controled by t monstrous conspiracy Following this act of usurpation came that S 100 000 corruption fund aud then the arrests followed in quick succession and now persecution is rampant ant the gods of war are at abeyance The Secretary of Slate has been incarcer ated for three weeks andat last has been given a mock examining trial under Tom Campbell who was abso solutely court witness and prosecutor The lair State of Kentucky never be tore in all her history witnessed such flagrant acts of usurpation If diP Commonwealthwas iu honest quest actual guilt and not persecution o I the leaders of the Republican party 100000 corruptionists for politics advantage these cases wuld every one of them be dismissed on mol by the prosecution but we can hop for no such result because the one aim and end of this shameless infamy producedSecretary of State Powers after alii the practice of perjuryis not sufficienll to hang the meanest dog was held without bail The Reptib ican party baa asked no quarters ot the Democratic peraectitiomst de sires none It is willing desires that the whole truth shall be known and the guilty punished but it de mands a cessation of this plan of per secution Let it bo understood once for all that persecution will not be tolerated that a speedy trial shall be tad for the accuscil or the cause will be knowu We are in favor of an honorable adjustment of the dlfficul ties We will welcome honorable peace and anti anything short of thif will scorn If this cannot be har et the layman and the clergy the in structor and and foreverpUlilarm bury the evils beneath the fury of an outraged and indignant people Hartfords Energetic Councilmen A decree has gone forth from out excellent board of town trustees that shall have side walks of brick nd not ol mud for which the good citizens ate doubly thankful to each member of the board New lamps are being placed in all parts of town and they add much to its beauty by their behutiful beams cf light thr noctivnant safely ventures out for a stroll or the business man cin safely reach lila place of business without falling by the wayiMde The hoard has been heartily supported in these two important and much needed con vcnicnces antI as a matter of course theywill be supported in their ever act because its members are all con servative bushiest men aud they will make no rash ptomists While we are very grateful fir wh it they live ine already we desire to ask more f them antI we trust tint it may bt ad for the asking The sttccts of Hartford have bern free to nil inhab tants ol llietown in country inctifl ing horses and milch cows andclogs innumerable and tilt swine is man atch of all he survejs lie enters the grocery if not excluded by the pro nietor and administers to lila owu needs he is admitted into the halls nl justice it he BO desires in Tact he is a privileged character Now the towns tired of seeing the hogs on the streets and it demands that they be excluded and it might be a good pol- Icy to levy a tax on dogs We merely all the attention of the board to- hese facts feeling that they will fa voralJl consider them J G A R Notice All members Preston Morton Post NO4 will please come in to morrow Saturday March 3itt to our regular meeting as we have to make arrangements for Decoration Day services on ATJiesday May juth 1900 11 C SIIAVKU Commander JOHN C CIIAMBKBLW Adjutant WASHINGTON CITY D C Monday March 20 1900 RErcBLlcANInabedlencetoprom ises made to friends and neighbors at and about my own home which home now is dropping back not in aOection not in remembrance but in miles by IIthe hundred I take up the pen ot a clerk in the War Office stifl with ageI I mean the pen not the War Office smelling of gunpowder anti Spanish or Filipino blood and in dumb elo quence telling of many seconds ot fat deals between Uncle Sam and his ser vants in said War Office With sell same pea so loaded with memories I hasten to redeem said promises After a long delay near Lodlburg and later at Louisville at last I fount myself aboard of a C 0 train with a K K ticket for New Ycrk giving stop over privileges at Washington and a steamship ticket lor London in eluding K R tare from Liverpool al which point Steamers vomit lorth as did Jonahs whale their burthen oi living freight At 320 p m on March 20th I ar rlvtd in Washington and after under going tbe martyrdom of trotting altei notcl potters until a lodging is procured I retired to the loom assignee9 me and lor a few sleepy minutes en gagtd in this duty leaving my accom niodating clerk of the War Office whu is a fellow boarder to his own reflec lions however sad they may be As the C O train rolled into Washington I tried very hard to realize the fact that I was in the Capital of the mightiest nation under the sun Looking out of a car or coach win dow I peiceive as first view ot the city a white shaft to me seeming but a hundred yards away and not more than one hundred feet high but m knowledge ot its location as well as ol its height assures me that it is far away and more than five hundred fleet in height I need not say that I to the Washington Monument 1fhere it stands beautiful in design in conception magnificent In proportion and symmetry otupendu ous in height and an eloquent remind er of the heroism patriotism virture and lofty manhood of the Father of His Country But I am walking now in almost forbidden paths trom the fact that hundreds and thousands ot Kentucky tans every year come to the CapitalI about four thousand of whom are seeking pie or wishing and ex pecting to be struck with lightning By some head of Department and art so engaged in the pie hunt or striv ing to get in the way of the lightning Bolt they scarcely see the grand struct ures ol our Capital City and on their return home rarely mention then and then we send say from twelve repIand dlawlng as they do a fat salary tr say nothing of hob tnobling with a President Secretary ot State c c ad infinitetu they at once decide that on their return to their constituency it would be inelegant and unbecoming in them to mention so small a matter as the Washington Monument statue of Hamilton Uenton Lincoln Gu- I fitld or any other which adorn and dd so much to the Capital City As I am not seeking more than a- very small slice of an old fashioned out of date pumpkin pie and not at all in dread ot a lightning stroke be nothingIcouth long lank country doctor I may be pardoned for mentioning what I have in this hurled communication lleel confident that my good neigh jors patrons and friends those who know me well will duly appreciatt the unfashionable mention To mor row I shall in company with a young gentleman from South Carolina visit Mt Vernon the home and place ol the tomb of the first President and later take in the public buildings finer and more commodious than thost of any nation of either continent 01 Island kingdoms empires or republics of the globe a description ol which I cannot give in advance but would do so bad I completed my rambles before writing this I was to day for about twenty mn utes in the gallery oi the House ol Representatives and heard a portion of a speech horn a representative from somewhere and the speech was on a subject ol somekind I suppose but I could not make it out and I presume the gentleman from somewhere had a name either Smith Jones Wilson Tantabogus or some other uncommon common or outlandish name yet my utmost endeavor failed in finding it out I do not however consider thai either party lost anything by the fail ure all around at least I do not feel the loss very sensibly My dear good friends these must not expect much now from my pen on any subject po itical I was sick 01 so sick of any thing of that kind before I left the State I might however mention va rious interviews I have had with men ot all patties and say of a truth ns God Is my judge that not one has failed to express sympathy with General Pay lor and those public men against whom the shafts of blind party preju dice and persecution are being hurled and one gentleman from Lexington Va who represented himself as a lifelong and yet true Democrat said he feared the fleet of that 100000 re ward In bribing witnesses corrupting jurors and courts In convlctlnglnno cent men In order to the procuring ol a big residue of that enormous Yis the sympathy ard generous view of the Kentucky situation as seen and ecpressed by men north of the Ohio river is not by any means confined to the Republican party What a pity that the era of good feel ing and generous concessions which dawned during and existed for a time fitter our var with Spain did not cons tinue in full foiceeverwhere especially in our own State That feeling continues however as I before mentioned In many places and In truth a large majority in Kentucky I must say that I respect and In a po litical sense and otherwise love the good big liberal hearted Democracy of our Commonwealth who beg for fair dealing a free ballot and a fair count and who though last November supported the Democratic nominee now stand for the right as God gives them to see it as much as I did personalfrIendsyour correspondent when he too was on the troubled sea of politics Ignored not principle and skied him an humble to a then coveted position- I owe them still a debt of gratitude and in this connection make my ac knowledgement thinking Ibat In view of the long and uncertain voyage on which I have started I might never again have an opportunity like this Well as this is not intended for a valedictory especially neither do I de dcscrlptlonarchitecture of the as yet limited ter ritory over which I have gone but as- a plain characteristic letter of rambling rather disconnected thoughts RS they occur and present themstlves to my mind for the perusal of those nt home by which expression home I respectfully refer to Breckenridgi county my native county Grayson mine by adoption for three years and Ohio fitst and last for more than thirty years and as uow my home sweet home I shell close and say to you dear friends one and all that should Ion this journey which many of you consider too hazardous for me to un dertake infirmities considered be the victim of a wrecked train be swallow ed up In the waves oi the Atlantic ocean or Mediterranean sea succumb to Syrian lever or other ills Incident to journey and climate my last and best wishes wilt go out to you and a prayer be uttered that we meet again In The Bright and BeyondJ The Better Part Of valor is discretion and the better part ol the treatment of disease is prevention Disease originates in impnr sties in the blood Hoods Sarsapa cilIa purifies the blood People who take it it this season say they are kept healthy the year round It Is because this medicine expels Impuri ties and makes the blood rich and health giving All liver ills are cured by Hoods Pills 25C Dont bo Afraid to Ask Owing to the variable and general unsettled condition of the weather at this season of the year there Is wIde- spread suffering from Colds Catarrh La Grippe Nervous Prostration and similar distressing ailments among all classes of our people 1 HE HARTFORI REUIILICAN is glad of an opportunlt to offer substantial aid to any of Its readers who may be thus rfllicted B a recent arrangement with the Dr Miles Medical Company of Elkhart Ind whose name appears regularly in our advertising columns anyone writing them for a symptom blank and mentioning this paper can obtain expert medical advice regarding hb or her trouble absolutely without cost Besides this advice from their trained specialists they will send post ige paid samples of their famous remedies to all who may desire them Dont be afraid to ask or IAgents on salary of 1500 per week and expenses the greatest agent seller ever produced every stock and poultry raiser buys it on sight Hustlers wanted Reference Address with stamp American Mfg Co Terre Haute Ind 29 tt RENDER KY March 26 1900 The miners and opperators convention is iu session at Beaver Dam Miss Taylor Kelly who has been visiting her brother W E Kelly has returned to her horns at Drakes boroMr Caperton Maddox of the West Providence neighborhood was in this city last Saturday fountybrother U F Rowe at this place Mr J L Rowe of Hartford spent Saturday night with Mr Clyde Rowe enroute to Leltchfield to see his wile Miss Estella Maddor of near South Carrollton who has been visiting her uncle E F Rowe and family has returned to her home Judson Rowe returned last Saturday after a short visit to Central City and South Carrollton He visited Mr L P Downs and Mrs Martha E Smith Mr H E Harper went to Leitch field Sunday Mr Clyde Rowe went to Beaver Dam yesterday everydayRev F W Pritchett of Dun more failed to fill his regular appoint ment here last Sunday Success to Tug REPUBLICANTATA Does Your Buick Ache l In constant pain when on your feet Is that dragging pulling sensation with you from room till night 7 Why not put tho medicine exactly on the disease Why not apply the cure right to itselfjit with jg DrAyers Cherry f Pectoral P1ter4Immediately Plaster is applied you fool its warming soothing influence Its healing remedies deepintoPain is quieted soreness is relieved and strength imparted No platter wu ever made liVjS No plaster ever acted so quiet and thoroughly No platter eier bad inch complete control over all kinds ol pita jjunt Placed over the chest it fa- a powerful aid to Ayers Cherry Pectoral relievin congestion and drawing ouf all inflammation r 101 aktI itr AH nxroaHT J O AVER CO Lowell Miss Tv1000000 DEATHS I FROM CHOLERA DUR INGTHE PASTYEAR Tlir irrnm f Ilile fntiil niieane u- liirktnic EerytvhrreI- loilare Thonnmliio Siiel l y ChIc Wouolr1 1Ia celery Hundreds of tliousifuds of dollars has been lost in the poultry business on account of the devastation among the flocks caused by cholera roup gape and other fatal diseases There have been many remedies advanced but none seem to be so successful as the American Poultry Mixture This will cure chickens in the last stage of cholera and roup and is excellent for gapes Do your fowls suffer from vlo lent diarrhoea dropping ol the wings stupor or excessive thlrSt These are the first symptoms ol cholera Chol era is a germ disease and being infec tious spreads rapidly through the entire flock Take time by the forelock dont stop to experiment with unreliable or untried remedies Use this mixture at once and the sanitary meas tires they recommend in connection Dont give the fowls up Cholera is a terrible disease but this remedy cures- lIt every time It is also guaranteed for roup which can be told by hoarse breathing swelled eyes discharge at the nostrils resembling catarrh Fifty dollars is ofleted for any case the Mix ture will not cure II some oi your fowls are diseased it will prevent there t from catching it Try it It Is cheapreliable and effective a sclen tific preparation goes more than three times as far as any other does more good than all of them combined It is used and endorsed by the mOt experienced and largest breeders of plain and fancy poultry in all parts of the world The manufacturers guar antee every package or refund pur chase money If your druggist dont sell American Poultry Mixture hei behind the age In that case send t for sample box to American Mfg Co terre Haute Ind 2 The Elder Nash Released A A Nash who was brought here last week from Hartford and held over under f500 bond for passing counter felt money was released from jail yes terday Capt W H Moore and other citizens of Hartford became surety for him Arthur Nash is still in jail in delault of 1000 ball ard will remain there till June Owensboro Inquirer r llrrnrroM lntmrni l fnlnrrli thai fonlnln Mercury IM mercury will rarely divtroy theensof smell fend completely demnfn the whole pjrtem when entering through the moon curtsies Hurh at preecriptlonsfromwill do Uten fold to the wool you ran poolbl derive from them llalla fatarrh Sure mnnu taetnreil by K J Cheney t Co Toledo 0 ron tall no mercury ant Ic token Internally acting directly upon the blood and mucous arftceM of the vitem In buying halls Catarrh Cure be nreyonret thepnntne It Is taken Internally nail made In Toledo Ohio by P J Cheney A Co Testimonials tree 11 oil tiy llrninrMo price 7Sc lr bottle Hair Family IllU are beeta Farm for Sale Well improved and well watered Apply to R B Martin Hartford Ky LAND SALE The following described land will be offered for sale at the Court House in Hertford on the first Monday in April 1910 at i oclock p m by the heirs of Mrs N J Barnard deceased Terms ot sale 6 12 and 18 months vith bond and approved security Interest Irom date ofasle First five tots He near Liberty Church two miles East of Beaver Dam Sixth lot one mile below Ross Ripple on South side ot Rough River Let No i contains 65 acres more or less Lot No2 contains 65 acres more or less Lot No 3 contains 120 acres more oi ess Lot No 4 contains 149 acres more or less Lot No 5 contains 1 1 icres more or less Lot No 6 con tains 84 acres more or less Heirs Winer Barnard E Preston Barnard L T Barnaid Thaddeus Barnard Robert G Barnard Garfield Barnard Cornelia Barnard John C Barnard G R Barnard and Fannie B and A C Stevens The Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph ColI- NTOIIIOKATIlni Operating exchanges and toll lines in Kentucky Indiana Illinois Miss isaippi Louisiana and Tennessee and connected by its Long Distance line with all principal points in thirty five Slates and Territories is establishing an exchange to secure subscribers in Hartford Beaver Dam Render Me Henry Centertowo and the surrounding country They wish to make their service as comprehensive and valuable as possi ble and make a specialty of furnishing service to parties living in the country within a reasonable distance of the exchange Rales anti other information may be obtained at the exchange over Will ams Drug Store Hartford Ky Hartford Telephone and Exchange Company Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks whore you tan your own phones liuiUl your own lines and in talking instance with the whole county and business points generally by only paying n reasonable rvnt to tho Telephone anti Exchange Cojor expenseifHartford Kor particulars IVa connect with all Indipendent Companies 1 EVERYBODYS sroIS WIDE OPEN TO YOU With the lawn of the new senson shedding forth its bril rays of peace and prosperity upon our country we welcom animating influences and enter upon the duties of the new t with renewed vigor and strength to perpetuate our inherited cess of the past by the same methods of fidelity and allegianfl our constituents which have earned for us the much cherishec prizedstanding in the fieldof general merchandising We pose adhering strictly and faithfully to the policy of legitiitii methods We propose to supdly our multitude of patrons wi merchandise of intrinsic merit and material trimming fi fo styleand of distinctively one hundred cents on the dollar mie Our standardbearer The Best on Earth will continuo float on highstimulatrd by the breezes of integrity and fostered by the loyalty of its liberal supporters With profound thanks to our patrons for their past loyal support we solicit a continuance andIwith hopes of having an opportunity to benefit others as we have you We enumerate some of the many attractions found in our big store j Dress GoodsIThis department is under the manI agcmcnt of Miss Fannie Barnes whose long experience and strict allegiance to the trade has reached enormous proportions We can easily say with out fear ot contradiction that we are offering by far the greatest variety of woolen and washable fabrics silks and trimmingsat prices within the reach ol everybody that we have ever shown In this connection we call your atten tion to our lines of Embroideries Laces Hose Skirts Ladies GlovesI Ladies Collars Ladies Neckwear Pulley Belts Ac all of which wo will gladly show you without a cent ot cot to you Dont deprive yourself of teeing these uptotheminute new things simply for the sake ofa little time p Millinery Miss Viola Pirtle who has been our distributor of Ladies lists for many years anti whose merited taste has won for her a distinction that is not sur passed by any one of her profession in this part of the countryvery cordially invites everybody to visit this depart In the com the for the you a a e Y the Best any COULD NOT BE MADE MORE MORE DUHA13LE MORE MORE IF YOU PAID FOUR TIMES TIlE PRICE WE ASK FOR IT Ready for Use when No No Bother 27000 antI I OOOUOO Happy Users Cabinet in the and strongest terms KrntiHl on the html oatuMalimth lag iinr olrono enjoys nt home lou Jte rnrhnll nl the lIonnloK curative nod iiarlfjr InRclfrrtiiof the Iniiiou Turklnh lint lIod Vapor Imtlw pertained or II UralrMl letter nnd ally nt Turk hih llnth Ilnoinn nnd Hot Hprlnm- NO NiJirii TO oiFit ri llrfon retiring light UnriMitn In rnbliuttilowt ant lock door nit down and von rni y n frmwr nturoof I0u tulW F to how you rw ulnlo too All done In ono nilnnte Htnv In 15 to no mlnntw oin top door cool off urnilmillj whll yon 1101t 001 towel the body Impoiull to itch cold or weaken the system suite and hnrnilw ilice uniter with us nod you have the cat iusfiietlna of are iolng bulnec with n reusi00ibie oDd reliable nro who know the re qulrvtncnt n tlrnt4lftM CabInet do viitctlr iw nwynnnw nail gambit you n to 14 the beet In every today lor foil Information nnd our alco twtlmonlal train thonnnndnnf customers Or better ntlll order a Cabinet You waRnnran tmeTtry ann and your nione utter 80 stays use It nut ci reprecentesi It e chili the nine day your order I NOT hAlf TI HHNI YOU IHltlKIKT nil Itwllllntereiit you merit She is showing an immense ineof everything in uptodate lists fnmminga Corsets Ladies Under rear Baby Caps aud Childrens Head- wear eFURNITURE Having bought two carloads of Bet Room Suites the assigned of the Co at per cent less than market value wo are in a to give you the latest and most stylish patterns in Golden Oak at a big reduction- In price You will make a mistake if you do not secure some of this before it is a Clothing This has always been a feature of our business and our facilities for supplying the wants unsurpassedOur SpringsbestSuits stocks are fuller than ever with new apparel for the youngsters Our Odd Pants stock consists 011 many ot the rare novelties in Fancy Trousering up in stylish up o date r Co 1 our is innllcntwl trrntnirnt Ivrtrctly Writ illet of dock 20 fluiih stock made IT IS TUB ONLY HATH which InAITII Cold Fvrrin iJillrlpiw nml DUwiw chIn while Vapor baths opens the BDMavo parra till over the bodr Mluialntlnir the nwrnt glands out all the In thc Mood and the Impnra edits imltn etc which It retained overwork nml wmif n the heart kidney IOIIKH liver tnuiog diene debility and I L M I IO ITIVHIY lUAHANIEE VMN Our Cabinet U rpcninmrndnl br Z7070 ot the tint phy lrlan nnd It will cure Trouble 111001 nail akin Dlneun Urrr and Kidney Troubles Asthma Iatlrippe and Ic reniiy ii oe rriMlty With the II dmlml In a StEAl ANW hTESIIMJ This kan alllbeytararound de partment and lull of the moat meritorious lines of footwear that make more for moneysaving popularity than any ever shown in this county The eels brated Buell Shoes for Men and Boys the reputable Priesmeyer Shoes for Lrtillcs and MiMes posaees certain perfection of fitting wearing and look ing qualities combined with a sail factory price that compels customers to come to us for Shoe HATS Derbies Golf perfect gems of style and quality The best and newest obtainable in all the new colorings aCARPETS and RUGS We have enlarged this department Iso that we are enabled to you a in excess ol any former season We carry these goods ill stock do not have to from sample and weeks for your carpet but can take it with you on day purchased addition to above mentioned departments we have plete lines of Dry Goods Notions Tinware Saddlery Groceries Queensware Stoves and Ranges Oliver Chilled Plows P O fBrandWagons Crown and Excelsior Sewing Machines c have withstood the onslaught of most stringent con1petitionf and stand todayas being the most economical and adYl1ntageousIconsumer to use Load your wagon with Produce bring your wife and childrenImake us one visit If dont say we are showing almost everything man woman or child needs at right prices consid ering quality we will not insist on return visit- RESPECTFULLY L P ERNEB eROSuccessors to Hooker JEvEEL DA1a l3ENTUOJ3 A 12 BATH CABINET FOR ONLY 500 AA Our Standard Folding Turkish Bath Cabinet Guaranteed to be of rill Cabinets at Price orYour Money Cheerfully Refunded jUETTEIt CONVENIENT HANDSOME SATISFACTORY received Trouble Physicians recommend highest or chntrwlth lurlKorntlnpr Air theiiwrthan uccordlnK knowing nblnuook receIved Manufacturing position special wuKlilntc poisons llf Nervous household Cabinet Shoes show You buy wait I HAS A REAL DOOR opens wideI hinged to frame I I topto bottom Cover is hinged to the rear I and Irons down upon the Cab inet fits tight works anti s There no Mat Woman Child in the World Whom Turkish k1l and Vapor Cabinet Baths Will Not R cnuioeCiitiuue- tgurnnIeesI particular trontboilrcelTedor dUnpnointfdnji Louisville exhausted department garments IMIKMKHVK- HrrvrrnU rureIiuui TrnuIbathsnod ATCVIIMENTi Alpines and ifEIGHTgracefully antboptic 7fontBenefitr I nimptnlcmKonp loIillIIII1nrallti COMPLEXION IvalorLluititheInvlllunl for nldlo tbehenui AithmaCatarrh and llronchltU completewithgreatiuuprovenientliiiinlcal Ito oundot are we that our Cabinet liii plram you thnt WFmr n IT os 10 DAM TSZIAL V Jto be rot rtour eiiwiiu nnd roar nlanded It tut reprmgntHl What could bf morlnlr We not aHurd to hare a Cabi net ont which wan nt lust an reiirawnt tad 1bprlwodrlullyiladlnK alcohol ctove plnln dlmtloni Tala nble lormnlH nail rewlvt for medicated bathe 1 id various olluitnu Kate Htenmer tlOO extra In Ales ol Illood rol unHyphlll or Ixxt Manhood we give tree with every Cabinet a rUnoat wnlta entitle the holder to tree mod lent ndrlc from the National Medical instItute Toledo Krbey have A national reputation for cnru these duwaMi 1 bae AltoAGENTS AND SALESMEN WANTEDI MEN AND WOMEN BIG WAGES 3000 to 5000 weocly to e n1parlors to UVt Kouts or travel A wonderful seller Most liberal urms and commissions Be your own boss Any wiorgeticjnan V or woman can make from Ill to 310 clear daily J The Standard Bath Cabinet Company I 1 LEDC cxixc I i1 CARPETS Our buyers have returned from the Eastern markets with load upon loads of the b set jcdund lowest priced goods that were to be found Now we are ready to show y heretoforcleudypltOti 4 O 1r K1 1 ti1r 1 NK1714 11VO11 Nr1 Nti1to 0 years boo J Clothing GoodsGood work Shirts 250 Department 30cBolteri in Boys all wool Suits 6 to 15 years 8125eto 50o Fut color Percale in red and blue 71jc IItylesoZIcoloretto 8350 wit Upholstery and C 5 p eces yard wido Madras Cloth Q 12jc 8jc School 8uiU long pants coat and vest 12 to IOnPlain Linens 5c to 1 15 years f2 00 to 3 IU lSYI nch lilkollne Drapery Fancyadzes lOcrd wide whiteSuits c- rl1mOFaocya 15 td 19 y dotted Swisses lOo to 15c 83 00 to 8800- Bors Fancy mixed Scrims fine IOu1 allwool knelt Pants swiss lOc 5cFancyJunior Suits with varies S dottetlllrapcr Mens wool suits 500Extension lOo to 25cSilk Dress GoodsBrackets 15o set oguarDienStripes the very latest 0C fiOWool Carpets 25cCm lee linonew Taffeta Silks the fad Finest Grade suits hi the mix Ingrain for waist all shades 75cfancy Hemp Carpets 20c 81000oloar Oil Cloth Fancy trimming ISO to 81 25 yard A visit to this I will convince YOU big argortraents lOc to 30c 12JcSolidthat we carry the stock A look means a sale pairPretty + f skirts All 35c wool plaid homespun suits tho latest f assortment like ours in town I 15 Patterns Cnest grade homespun 8ultln lIillincry Department iNo lie before buying patternGood We expect to our re putation io this wool and silk mixed line as LEADEIlSnot IMITATORS Our Staple Department pone 60c to 8150 yard j superiority getting and prices to 1000 yards Indigo Blue Prints lc J1Cheapersuit all has never been questioned This de 15 pieces Apron Check Ginghams 5c partment is under tbo supervision of expert 2000 yard giwd yardwide Domestic GeSudtable trimmings to match any of the above SlIpperDepartmetheccleGoodc Shirts and Neckwear 7jcKvcrett style and wear Every pair sold under a g IfatlOc antee The price on these will be fromFine Pique bosom Shirtb 50c Good half Bleach table Linen 54 inches 8110Oood quality Silk Bosom Shirts GOc wide 25o We 250bBest grade Percal Shirts 2 collars cuff 50o c Oood weight soft finish light Outing Clothalso eame in Tanh grade bosom Shirt in white and andfancyShirts 61 00 Good pound Roll Batting 8ic Little Gents Shoes 81 to 8150Good Madras Cloth Shirts 30c Extra Blue Cottonade lOc Doa fine Shoes sizes 3 to 5i in Tan or Black 125LittleI good heavy work shoes 81 to 81 25 IVc can ouly suggest a few of the specials in each line We etPset you to visit Kour shoppIheadIIg A Ie mother big line of handsome Pictures and Wall Pockets this week to give aw with every 810 purchase THE PLACE IS Millinery r 7 l t iSIW 1 UA 1i71 lbF+ A 1sy April IEI o o 1 I F 5 We are holding our strong price iudicoTcnt for a j month of busy selling Wo wait to make it an iuterestI o y ing moutha month too of economical purchasing on v your part New ideas for Spring of 1000all over ou- rstookvaluos o fe that are interesting styles that are newest ft qualities that aro most dependable Every item that we k aIsan added pledge that our store is always the t ti fXding one alwaya lowest prices FASHIONABLESUITINGSf o i tseavesV o bugs in tbo plain cloths the most correct ideas It is 7 Z hardlygodd economy to make your purchases in this lino I until you have given our new and handsome stock caro ful attention for thero is such n pleasing lot of styles o oxaotlyIe 1 I Plaids Crepons In fact ovorythinrr oolen goods IjI MENS SPRING STYLES 0 f The men are just as anxious to dross right too nnl if P H 1they buy it from us they have tho fullest confidence inI+ it boring just exactly right We made careful in mens wear We bought them right jho selling prices jI j aro right and the styles are what good dressers want 0 9 theyre tho newest Mens fine Pants 11 to 84 Mens o r fino Suits fir to 15 Childrens Suits n to fl Youths t 8 i 1JUST AS YOU WISH N Pj i I Wo make your new Spring Suit as you desire ItIn 1anystylo of coat pants ofvest you may prefer but no g matter the style you order oull get the perfect fit and f matchless workmanship that is such a feature of the Edward t+ o y Rose Co Chicago make It will be a pleasure to you to note the Handsome styles of materials we are o I q showing in the nbw SpringoflfiOO samples Youll 5 find it exactly what you most admireand youll find tale o f prices just exactly right Suits begin at i 1000 k- a II r tirson Joo j I 4 i- tfr ne l J owa MARTIN Hartford Ky I 1italt 11 i t 8 Dealers Ii- iCelebrated Bear l Fertilizer Buggies WagonsBlue t Plows Deering Har vesting Machines ThreshingI Lowest Prices Best Rigs e 07131vo rthem a Call- Everything Firstclass Telephone No 28 FREE BLOOD CURE An Offer Proving Faith to Suf IfIs your Blood fare Are you sUre of it Do cuts or scratches heal slow 1 Dues your skin itch or bur n Have you Pimple Eruptions Ach ing Bones or bczttm Old Suer 1 bulls Scrofula Rheumatism Koul Bieath Catarrh Arc you pale It so purify your Blood at once with B B Blood Balm It matBlood the Pure and Rich heals sore and gives a clearsmooth healthy skin Deepseated cases like ulcers cancer eating sores Painful Swell ings Blood Poison are quickly cUred llIftern so symptoms cannot return Give it a trial It cures when all else fail Thoroughly tested for 30 years ptrlargebthe bottle reads Botanic Blood Balm 05o sufferers may test it a trial bottle given away absolutely free Write for it Address BLOOD BALM CO t Atlanta Ga Write today Descrll e trouble and tree medical advice given Great opportunity offered to good reliable men Salary of 15 per week Inltroduceour Haute Ind 29 If C t CLOTHIN G Wash Chambrays Wool 2flo- MattingsDepartment I Mattiii Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 30 New spring Clothing at Cara Cos thelistMr Y S Ukins Arnold called to see us yesterday Mr W A Carson Beda caned see us Tuesday toGTJudge L P Little Owensboro wasI in town yesterday I Greenvillein I chickensfeathers Mr C W Moselof Neeterfi called to see us Mondayt u msode hofromme the I atgMr W M Baugh of Mir made us a pleasant call TuesdayC We will pay 44c per pound for good white Feathers CARSON Co lippendicitis yetiGlobe 800SuitItLinensDs- Messrs dta James T and Ben L Davis Sulphur Springs made us a very agreeable call Tuesday Dills Lta Marks Is visiting In Ow enrbnrnthipi reach the guest of her aunt Mrs Rubtrt Dugau DqaDamver IB MondayrMiss Aljcc ft ffird rill be in Car cadIMessrs S T Sevens nnd Rowan Holbrook went to GrCtnvl1leestudays to purchase a lot Mis Shelby Taj lor and little Hugh Inward will soon have tic ered frcru the attack cf small pox If you weal a Watch or Clock AprilIThe Singer Sewing Machine is the standard of fxcellrnce Use no other GROSS WILLIAMS Agent Fred Walton Co makes the G TheyIty Mrs Elizabeth Wind of Beda is dangerously ill pi pneumonia She is advanced in years and not expected Itollve long GT Westerfield will sell you goods cheaper than any house in this 5SpringWilliamsIIj says please save your laundry for him or leave it at the Singer office stYou should not full to examine my areOUG T WESTEUFIELD meetedpublicans a nominal trial in the cases of Taylor and Marshall vs Beckham Mrs Simon Simmons of nea Leach was brought before Judge Muter l yesterday and adjudged a lunatic Her mind bas been deranged only about a week Miss and Mrs and10etheir sister Mrs E J Hudson who sometimeioRemember that genuine Singers are never sold to dealers but go di recUr tom maker to user and can only be obtained from the Company Agents GKOSS WILLIAMS Agent openedIDover derlurs grocery for two weeks perdtuSeee money Dont forget that we give free one 15ortoJCOCreheira advertised for sale on April a in columns of THE REPCHUCAN Is goofarmd tryitleTruest economy to get the test A made sewing machine Is dearp any price because faulty in action to Steak and difficult to operateCExperience proves the est It is therefore the cheapestu GROSS WILLIAMS Ageatt Mr A J Seaton of Breckenridge county in company with Mr A N Murphy made TUB REPUBLICAN a if pleasant call Wednesday Mr Seaton will be engaged in the tie business at Redo for sometime He stated that he had been reading TUB REPUBLICAN and wauted to become a subscriber bo kPtlrJ 1 IeInand has placed on ad in TUB R Pun ol Klljrport every CAN Mr R A Stewart of near Rosin died the aid instant of Bright ease He wrs 72 years of age at hish lifeSof t tbeul Mt Pleasant cemetery He leaves two brothers nnd tour sittirs to mourn his departure all ulreceiptwanllogto 55 A Forester who served in Company B 26th Ky Infantry during the civil lensnw or widow It he should be read will please send the address to Mr Corpg it Washington D C One of our subscribers and an ex Road anj Bridge Commissioner ex RuprnLIIlion in our last issue Will not someone else do likewise Our columns are open to those wishing to discuss thus subject It is leaped that the Fis cal Court will take some action on this at its next term If those ever willdSi s effort to better prepare the county for Iactive business we will in the end succeed I manopethreatens or imposes upon the rights or liberties of the citizens of some state cr city far removed from us and forget their far reaching power but the people ot Hartford and vicinity will be given an object lesson at their At own doors in the case of the two rival telephone exchanges at this place The home company gives reliable esservice at a reasonable rate and will possible by all its patrons all tlmts The people generally are giving them their hearty support which is appreciated but will never be able to run their business at a sourlieillustratechicany lineal business in the town or county and IDr J W Meador of Trisler embarked from New York on the 27th and instant for Liverpool England He will visit London Venice Rome and uteri Jerusalem lie has long since bee desirous of seeing the holy lead an thatalterquite an odd notion of the doctors wllllongtoof that holy stream and the columns lhhisother column will be found a very in see SpTWashingtonDeemed friend a pleasant journey across the deep arid a profitable and whichinteresting visit to the old world pocsafetry of his birth At his request TUB pers o110whlmt0ieniCOav ItalyAseehluslcalo April 13JmlMiss Margeret Neil is preparing to Pique give the a musical treat on the I3th pf April She has engaged the gcrjTongueddcubt but that the entertainment will Inpand power of enteltalnlngtThe most sembly purpose Journal of educa tton Boston Mass In Beethovens Ontariao the I I Medicinee T CeciliaIsang t e soprano role of the Seraph was all that could be desired both to hear an see In the brilliant and dignlff Alia her voice thrilled and awelle above the great choir and orchestra was full af dramatic feeling at a times The Chicago Dally Inter Ocean 111 appearedhereas the Madam Bailey the Golds- Tongued Songstress She Isan artist of rare ability She delights not only the ears of finished musicians but til the simplest child lover of music as Kya was the feature of the Womans Club ol Healtr possesses both dramatic ability and remarkable flexibility Louisville Evening Post ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE Even Brlghts Dlsoaso Is No Longor Rogardod as Hopoloss kldDeybladt1er g despaired of getting help you shout SwamptRoot the great kidney Every reader ot Trig HARTFORD REPUBLICAN may obtain a sam bottle tree by mall so you may es it for yourself and fully realizr truth of whet your friends and citizens say RS regarded its efficacy aud north Dr Kilmers Swamp Root has been and tested by thousands who stand high in this community It is not recommended for everything but you have kidney bladder or uric acid trouble it will be found just the remedy you need It brings back the rosy flush of health and strength ItI tae purifier and rebuilder and is a ailingTo with the knowledge that Brights disease had equivlent I to day thanks to the discoveries science and the researches of Dr hopelessEven bySwampRoot vegetablethe most delicate cold It is pleasant Jo take and the regular fifty cent and onedollar sizes are sold byI druggistsSend name and address to Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y and a sample bottle a cla book te1Dn about Swamp Root and its wonderI cures will be sent to you free In touch us lie and your ng handle famous Brown Gos shoes than there is none better An es ladies Slip them brig Linon Swiss fancy plain Fans otc etc CENTRAL GROVE KY March 26 1900 News is scarcebul- d will try to collect a few items sickerds no better T P Williams has gone t Arkansas where he will engage in the saw log business Dfaltieaa few days ago Little Miss Malmee Hocker is at this writing Misses Zslla and Ada Htflln of Centertown were the guests of Misset Madle and Park last week Mrs Jessie Bacehart bas just retun from Fordsvllle where she spent a week with family of Bob Duncan Rev A J Williams to Liver more on a taft a few days ago Messrs L Tanner and Leslie RockportSaturday Master Pirtle Park accident ly tell from a horse lust Friday and broke arm is getting as well as could expected Mr Willie Ross of Williams Mines DIMr Chester Bishop Is attend- Ing rchool at Beaver visited his parents Saturday and Sunday JohnMcIntyreB last UobdyIsMr Rosco Bishop ot near Center ourrnmmupltyt Success to TIIB REPUBLICAN Hnrrahjor Taylor and the Repub liras pattyANCQIa IN There is no little enemy Little in blood are sources of expellediCOOPER SCHOOL HOUSE KY March z6Doss Stevens ol Cromwell visited Hettie Coleman Sunday Mr T Davis of Pleasant 11111 neighborhood was the guest of Mr Joe Coleman and family Beaver Sunday Misses Cress Ie Sarah and Minnie ClydeTaylorhomes Friday last They returned home Sunday afternoon Miss Eliza P visited her sister the over believe say it mor can b In our Mrs Emma of Her nephew Rogers returped her daughter Friday familyoSunday S B F 3 3 9 IITjThin girls fatty food enrich blood cheeks restore health It I they nearly ail reject fat with food i SCO J2 9 I WlTHHYPOPHOSPMTESorUME 6 Bis they t m it only gives im tmR hypo W m phosphites so m m in nervous disorders m accompany SCOTTS EMULSION n r- a I fatty food Is than j of A certain healthi perij C I Joe end too ill New EEEEEEE44EEEE COLLINSI I 1900 SPRING DISPLAY OF NEW PRIIG UERCllADIE1 1 NOW READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION the opening of this Spring season wish to extend invita t tion to friends customers and the public gen erally to us and the t SiJ in J 1 AJ ibj nmJi 1 hl 1 1 I Jll m 1JJi UJ r t rt t f r t v e f t TIJT fl springrbest in respective give our customers the value of in reliable goods Our growth has been a healthy steady one slid wo our efforts to conduct our business on strictly business are appreciW 4 If you are a patron of ours we feel confident of if you are not one of our customers ourd0 sure i eau will become convinced it pay you 10 do your trading at our store S3EIOESJS line we are LEADENS cant sure this line before ranking purchases Wo the Shoo attractive lino of and Oxfords JS See LAoostriceof Hambiirgs Laces Dimity Nainsook Organdy Lawns Ginghams Percales and Curtains Counterpanes IIMr very sick Ada ed the went W who even ing his along be who Dam Loney HEHBA impurities the Rosa Miss of Dam xton Wo reel you mud will line SILKSNot largest silk stock you over saw but alter looking our line we you will is the attractive lot of fabrics that crowded into tho same space and money Exclusive styles for shirt waistsMens Furnishings- Wo want your trade thig de partment out line is strictly upto date Sae especially elegant line of mens Shirts and Summer Under wear Also an elegant assortment of Neckwear the latest designs Rogers Greenville last week little Tab mage with well 033 a93Bap aa pale anaemic i to IJn their give color to m their and their and strength Is safe to say that i their COD LIVER OILSOM exactly what require I not them the also the which are valua ble that iusually anaemia I that more easily f digested any other form fat amount of druigUn SCOTT BOWNE Chtrabu York we an our call on see JN their linos honest their money that principles retaining that tbisi Lace week New Wash Dress Goods P upIfascinatingtcoloringsmoreeyou over saw before This department will be of special t interest to ladies seeking correct fabrics for Easter wear We bid you j welcome A beautiful line of Rugs and Matt tingsallnew r Trunks and Valises in abundance s with styles and prices to suit all yourtradeei R T Collins Hartford Ky 7 l r prIi i p 111clablcPrcparalionrorAs I Promotes DigcslionChcctrul ness and RcstContalns neither OptumMorphinc norMncral WOT NARCOTIC n rcraJ2x4Nz72IYm7vl 1J1lJ cct Remedy lion Sour StoinachDuirroca- VormsConvutsionsFcvcrish ness and Loss OF SLEEP w Tac Simile Signature of hrU4 NEW YOHK LXACT copyor WRAPPCc3JJ Are You InterestedIn the news of the day If so you want to know the latest happenings and fees that the news is authentic The Louisville Dispatch Prints all the news without any partisan coloring and is today the leading paper of Kentucky Agents Wanted Everywhere- For both Daily and Weekly Sample copies free Address Louisville Dispatch LOVSUII KY mlDddjIDIflrtPIOlbIDhPr tV d ezTniu rld ttioahl write The IATKMT lUOUUlJDlllmore N- ilILYONSI I TRAOMARK I I I i LAXATIVE I I SYRUPNATURES I CONSTIPATION I I ofliVegebbleS ithe cure of Constipation Biliousness Ildrivestout anyI SIck and to 1 iOn OA= ==A lyJllyJOHN K lyIOur Ice returned If we rail Any one sendln sketch cud desui llon of nn Invention will concerningthelatent sent upon request ltcnts secured expensePatentstto vr vithoutchargeiti TJIR TATENT RKCOKD on Illustrated and circul ited journal consulted l y Manufacturers anti Investor Send for sample copy FREE Address VICTOR J EVANS CO Patent Attorneys Evans Building WASHINGTON D C IAT THE RATE OF 4GENTS A WEEKFor the OLDEST end lliST AF TERN ON Newspaper In the South The Louisville Evening Post palindallyComIeteAll the Abstracts ol the Oilnlons of the Court of Appeals All the Washington and Frankfort News EVERYTHING THAT A DAILY NEWSPAPER SHOULD CONTAIN nlnrIotThe Rates Are SIOJ for Three Months 180 for Six rionths 1200 for One Year 312 copies for 200 cents Send rostul card forsamplecopks I I CASTORIA For Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the I Signature of In- Use For Over Thirty Year- sCASTORIA THe CIUU COY NCW V0R CITY 1 1CATARRI I Easyandpleasanttouse nolnjuriousdrug It is quickly ab corded Gives re Hel at once It COLD N HEAl opens and cleanses the nasal passages Allays inflammation Heals and pro tects the membrane Restores the senses of taste and smell Large size 50 cents at druggists or by mall trial size 10 cents by mall 28 Ely llrnllifrNSO YnrrsiNfesv York w Have you been coughing a day II I week a month a year Dr Bell I- cougtTheret has cured many others equally severe Good druggists sell it No cure no pay m p Fun and Novelty at Mystery Teas Givers ol house parties have deviser a new entertainment this tall wbicb has such a lot of mystery about it calls for so much guessing and is al together such fun that tbe youny people have voted it the best thing done this year It is called a mystery tea and the mystery lies in the items of tht menu card which is given to eacb guest who must order dishes from it Getting up this card requires much in genuity on the part of the hostess Every day commonplace dishes must be so mysteriously named as to be en tirely misleading to the guest When these dishes are served the fun com mences for many guests find thej have indeed ordered light refresh mentsAn alterdlnner delicacy lor ex ample turns out to be a toothpick Russian revels prove to be a cup ol tea A product of the desert is lound to mean only a plain ordinary sandwich and an oriental square a Japanese paper napkin Guests at mystery teas ate asked to appear in oriental costume or to represent some character in fiction which adds another element ol mys tery and guessing to the affair New York Herald DO YOU GET UP WITH A LANE BACK Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable Almost everybody who reads the newspapers Is sure to know of the wonderfi the great kidney cal triumph of the nIne- teenth century dis covered years of bles and Brlghts Disease which Is the of kidney trouble Dr Khmer Swamp Root Is not rec ommended for everything but If you have kid ney liver or bladder trouble It will be found who have not already It may have a sample bottle sent free by mall also a book When writing mention reading this generous In this paper and send your address to Dr KImerCoBng ham on N Y The byDiKhmers t liver remedyIt I after brDrbladder lngI worst form testeiinpurchase hasbeentried tcfindI offer 5jROCtdollar UDid You Know That ifyou would send your Laun Iry to the Troy Stinm Laundry that you would always look neat and cleanS 3ave ynur Liurdrv for Lman Williams Agent Laundry called for ROil iielivrirrl SingeiOffice Hartford Republican FRIDAY MARCH 30 xcE1EtfOCAI TlMi TAIIIK BEATEK MAM MIRTH HOUND souTh IKIVM 3tl II3J n in 33IIIS1 n- i33Irl1O II III 301331 p m 3033131 1 m 3319131 p 111 C 33 VoaSiator caat A NEW VERSION OFOLD KENTUCKY HOME The ron nhlnm bright on my oM entartyllome The voter lire tmosy nni fnj The Rye In hue Rod the llonrbun Is In bloom AnJ the nhntituna fink music alt the day Tin tnfle IHK rlwi to kiss the waiting month And the upturned eyes gladly ploy On the soft blue skies ol the sunny sunny Booth And my old Kentucky Horn tar away 1at n uhlrtof mall underneath yonrHunday eoat Wear un armor Into under your Tnt That In the safest way when a man iron out la vote And the tlocbel gong In there to protest Oh therell nay oM times abel elections rom nronud The sextons rpailo stabs the Dark and Illoodj- Ironnd In mv old Kentucky Home fur away The black mnoke pours from the rhlinnry oft he otlli The fragrance of ton In In the bnvtc It tint a pun til twin of ngels shill And the mnu In the Moon bOIl to unwte Thll l hog shines In the ollleoa the she II Th1 nnbraniii around It play When your throat gets dry pall thecork and hfl yourself In mj old Kentucky Home far away IThe feud man htdm In the corner of n fence And waits fur n shot at hU foe Then thefoeninns nonl goes nkltln to the hence To the land where they dont nhortl mow The coroner conies to InreMlfrot tbe death toil jugs up comfortably gay And the rcnlht U thnt he died for want of bniith III my old Kentucky lions for assay Wwji no inore my lady Weep no more tolay liecauK things hare changed In my Old Ken tncky home III uiy old Kentucky lion tar away- Lexington Leader or A Fortuno In Eggs So much has been written lately recommending the British system ol preserving egga that I must add my experience I have been preserving eggs for the last thirteen years with complete success by this system In tSSS we packed what eggs we produced ourselves between May sat and August 7th amounting to 417 dozen It cost me half a cent a dozen to pre serve them I could have sold them just as we gathered them for about in cents a de zen I kept them till December shipped them to Philadelphia and got after paying for shipping and selling 27 cents a dozen Thinking this was a large advance for holding eggs four or five months I concluded the next year to buy some eggs I borrowed 315 and bought 1400 dozen eggs at 10 cents a dozen and 2000 dozen at 8 cents a dozen Then material to preserve them cost 15 I old in November and after paying back the 13J5 I borrowed I had 594 left for less than two months work The 94 I expended for poultry and laid by for next years egg trade In 1890 I waited till eggs got down to 8 cents a dczen and invested my 500 in buying 6400 dozen I held them until near the holidays and alter pay- Ing for shipping and selling they av S eraged me 291 cents a dozen or r SS8 In 1891 I fixed up a packing room at a cost of 150 I borrowed 3000 and invested 4500 in eggs that cost me 8 cents a dozen making 50000 dozen eggs In December I went to New York and helped market a large portion of the eggs myselfand got a trifle overdo cents a dozen or about 15000 in all In 1893 I moved east located near New York and in creased my business In the summer of 1895 I preserved 52ooodozen which cost me about 10 cents a dozen part of them were sold In December before eggs took their rise but the bulk ol them was held until February and sold so that the whole lot averaged over 38 cents a dozen Few people realize the magnitude of the egg trade In the United States I know of no business that has the cettaln profit that preserving eggs has I neve knew anyone that had a good method of preserving but what made money at the business Over half the eggs sold in the cities in ttie winter as fresh eggs are only preserved eggs which the customer supposes are fresh Htice nil you have to do tohavecbcap egs is to buy them when they are cheap and preserve them Tribune correspondent This correspondents experience is nothing more than can be done by any person of energy The trouble with people is they wont try They lack enterprise the lack nerve and f r that reason alone they remain pior We wish we had the power to compel our readers to follow our ad vice one yi ar but we have not all we can do is to advise activity Country Merchant An Amusing Historic Scare No doubt in the trying days ot the Revolution our forefathers showed tbe heroic temper ol their souls says the Youths Companion Nevertheless they were not all heroes and there were some occasions on which even momenI ofpanicSeveral great revolutionary rights are matter of historical record but none is more amusing than that which swept at one times over Windham county Conn In one neighborhood especially it ped with marvelous swiftness and power since not far away livid tbe rich Tory Malhonr who owned h dreaded gang of negro slaves while in snottIer ditection njinlly rear was a retemtlon still occupied by the remnants of a tribe of Paygan Itjlns It was expected that these copper and ebony citizenseach peace able as it proved might at any moment be excited to arise and stay Bonfires ready for lighting were kept plied on the hills and a kettle ol tar was suspended from the IIberty pole A single spark of rumor lighted all these combustibles A post gal loped through the town without stopping to communicate the news and a saucy boy on Dudley 11111 had his ears boxed by a suspected Tory Quick through the town fliw the repoit of Itnmediateonseti At the terrifying cry that the Tories were coming that the Indians were upon them that Malhones niggers were up the population fled to the nearest swamp Sum Cheese raced along ramming bullets into his musket without any powder Limping Uncle Asa hobbled over the rough ground lisping piteously as he went Thithetl Thithetl Ive forgot my thin platbtetl while his sister was heard grimly adjuring him Come along Asa Youll never dress your shins again in this worlH I Old peo pIe lelt behind hid in cupboards or haymows of remote corners oi attics One woman Rebekah Lamed proved the heroine of the hour Instead of running away she prepared to defend her home and with it tbe three young children and tbe aged grand mother under her care She heaped a huge fire on the health thrust every iron implement that could be mustered into the blazing embers and hung a kettle of water upon every hook of the crane ready to give a warm reception to the first intruder The fugitives sent back a messenger to beseech her to join them in the swamp but in vain Tell Becky they erjined him hot Irons will never do for the Brit ish But Rebekah remained firm so did thu poor old grandmother who was en treated to leave her if she would not listen to reason il I am to be killed by the Tories tonight said the old woman setting herself meekly in the chimney corner why then I shall be so Ill een stay with Becky As neither Tory Indian nor negro appeared to disturb her households Rebekah Lamed survived unharmed and had tbe right to laugh as much as she pleased at her home timid neighbors We 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 elnJC great merit RndwDrtbD S Mearkle General Merchant and Farmer Mattie Bedford county Pa For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro m Reverting for the hundredth time to that financial bill heres a health to Dingley f who struck the jock of Pro tection after that miserable Wilson Tariff and like Robert Morris caused the stream of rational credit to burst therefrom Execrated In his day by the unthinking people who believe that the way to retain a mar ket Is to give it away he now passes into history as a national benefactor and the number of men who have done that can almost be counted on the fingers of five hands Phlladel phia Inquirer Strikes In Prosperous Times Some strikes instead of evidencing tbe existence of evil industrial condi tlons only serve to make more lumi nous the wonderful prosperity of the country existing at the time of the strike For instancesome 6000 work ers in granite quarries in New Eng land have just gone on a strike Is it because they have been ground down to starvation wages Hardly They have been getting 2 50 per day for a day of nine hours They ask for 350 per day and for a day of eight hours When Free Trade was the order ol the day and the country was in the clutches of the Wilson law these workers most of them would have jumped at tile caance to earn 250 right along for a day of nine hours And there were thousands and tens of thousands of Idle men all over the the country would have been only too glad to become granite workers for the sake of such an oppoitunity But times are different now What would have been held as great good fortune in Free Tryde days is considered an injustice now when the policy of Pro tection has once more started the wbeela of industry and has brcught IJfJtJd5 PillsAre prepared from Na tures and while gentle are reliable and efficient They fRoClse 3heLiver Cure Sick Headache Biliousness Sour Stomach and Constipation Sold everywhere 250 per box Ire pared bjr CIIIood lCo Lowell llass g CURED with vegetable 11 RO PSY Itpudless Ifayecure- dIF mnr IhKustnd eaxt Isalaysat T AtiintinlHliHnil TTa titf trv im nt free OB 2 U CURBS Ion Uux LAt1slaJu oc I Dr Hathaway Treats III Diseases Ills Method Invariably Cures All Catarrhal Bronchial Lung Stom ach llviT KMnoy onil Other Com plaint S Mel M All Diseases nnil Weaknesses of Women Ii Dr ilatliawav most rMviiMic fiattKO liT et DX 11 111 i1 moro tiuunttrlioluattencahhol rauUUlT or lliCttCJ Of men unl noiirn and along tlio whole lno of human ailments ito baa bo en uniformly sue ceutuU Dr Hathaway1 me thod of treatment gets nrunloadPurlnntho Blood neutralises tlio poIsonS which I produce the diseased rendition 5early ho restores to perfect ufTrtrlTreatotltlma Hay Fever lung Complaint Stomach Jeer aod Kidney Diseases NItS Tumors Can ICU Eczema and all manner of skin affections withClseasesofWomen many distressing weaknesses anti illKasei by which so many women are afflicted Dr IlAthAvnvinfUrr nraflttxl andAppliancestvlikh as well as tho microscope ne has world nldtifumeai an expert All of tho medicines used by Dr Hathaway are compounded In his twit laboratories under hits personal direction md specIal remedies are prepared for each In dividual RUB according to its requirement aV xlm nationJrlelflfnmlnllonbbok flanks npplylnRtolhodltrcrcQtdlieases which he tend free on application No I for Men No 2 for Women No I for Skin Dleases No 4 for Catarrhal DIseases No8 for Kidneys DrllathawaymakesnoeharEe Consultation for consultation at either his Free office or by null J NEWTON HATHAWAY M Air Unlliuuur t Co SOOCIiiiiTliHtreet Nmlirllle Tents MKNTIOV Tilts IMPKII Wit KM WKITINO prosperity to every business in the country The granite workers would have remained idle a long time in Wilson law days before they vould have received 250 for a days work of nine hours at regular employment but today with the Dingley law in forceaccording to all reports it seems likely that a settlement will soon be eflected by the agreement on the part of the owners of the granite quarries to pay 35 cents an hour and to give an elyhthonr daythat is to pay 2 So for a day of eight hours In fact at Bane Vermont such a settlement has already been eflected in the case of 2 000 workmen at that point As a re jult there was no strike there A set tlement in every case must be the outcome within a short time Neither owner nor employes can afford to be prosperIty ery industry American Economist CASTOnXABetnti or ctliH Ataayt BcctJII Gold Collar Button Mailed Iris for S lion heads cut from Lion Coffee and a 2ttnt stamp Made men This shape Is handy and jopular 8 J dunclJilluutraUoni3onhitat1iisartuul size Color n delicate Pink tIlDg ftftfli Oiil JJcst cuamcl flnlih izJ anti durable uThe Lions Bride Mailed trio for t 2 lion heads cut train Lion Colfee wrappers and a 2cent stamp An nnuiually flno picture from the brush of the Gabriel Max It U founded on chamUxvs poem The LloVs llrido The Is Interesting anti wo send with ouch picture n hand some folder eontalnlns ropy the mcam and telling alt It Size haN laches Dorothy and tier A bright cheery For 0 lion heads and a 2c clump A herry hog stilts heH 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anti wifefor which so many rehearsals were necessary has gone out of fashion It is a time honored obervance ol wedding etiquette that the bride shall not be seen by the bridegroom on the fateful day until she appears coming up tbe aisle to meet him Hence the custom of tbe bridegrooms waiting at the altar The bridal procession is for himnot a pageant for the guests I My mother suffered with chronic diarrhoea for several months She was attended by two physicians who hopelessSheChamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoea Uemedp and five doses gave pleasureinj marketMrs F B Watson Aiken Ala Sold by Z Wayne Gliffin Bro m i Hylers Dyspepsia Tahlets pleasant I easy to take and give parmanent relief 30 days treatment fi Mailed on receipt of price tf MURDOCH CURS Co Atlanta Ga I If the country could only forget the I Wilson law Mr Bryan might fall back on the Tarifl issue As the case I prett1brlorncratic President country has hadIin forty years was elected on it wegoN Y Timesj s- mri Used in 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