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OJUbblng Rates I Th Itud Itepubllcnii and UqltillleComranTl ooe11I for125TIr nwr k CourierJournal 1IIi Ixjnlivlll liUnntih 0 New York Trllmno g llom noel Farm In0 TulHnlllhlo Illade 122 St loal1 MullllulIIIIIO IM Now York TrlWwkly Trlbone 172 0 tlrniphU Trnn fuuiincntnliHal 135 Fine Wok a OFFICIAL ORGAN OF BE PARTY IN TBE FOUSTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT Subscription 1 a year I VOL XIII HARTFORD FRIDAY DECEMBER 7 20 1 He loves Me The dainty flower oracle may tell her princewilldream of home life and motherhood In alwayshsnnvband and a kiss for tile baby What a pity to woke from such A dreamto almost loathe her husband and hate her child because cruel pain has blighted her body and warped her How many a woman hns had awakeningfrom of home and love I Theres ltelpnml healing every woman who suffers from womanly ills eases caused by Ignorancewifely the strain of nIB ternity Doctor Pierces Favorite Prescription makes womenIstronJ practically does away with the pains of maternity and 1vea tire nursing uioUter 0 vigor and vitality Two years sro writes Sirs Ktth Aullker of ju Pal Street Alliance Ohio 1 wed two bot nffavorite PrescrIption and tn April a uke baby was torn Wrote the Actor rams was tick U now fourteen months old ant weigh O iund retort 1rnerf11aaJtopped Tonltlnr It It a Godsend for women When a laxative h needed use Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets with Ilsvorita Prescription H f sEJriO MecE3hI L IlEA VUIN Attorney at LaxHARTFORD KY Wlllprattln ht4 prnhwlon U nU the fIOnrt of Ohio eel dHRDK naIuartofAItespecial attention given to mllectlou ERNEST WOODWARD ATrOHSEY AT LAW nriirMtv KY Will prsrtke bIt profivtloa In nil the court of Ohio tDht ia l oust ir ApMnti Troflipt ami caMal KHili raUii xlrHi nil IHteIC ntrnilrd to him IniHwnilntTVIrphomlnoiniv n C E AT LAW ii iirmrti tiv win bin jefIon In all th mnrt of OhIo and nlI4tI55tI iid ett of rIHixclal attentIon frttni to nil batneSastreed to hi ran omor IB Ca AICX oim ID rAnrthunx t F L FELIX ATTORNEY AT LAW- IIAItTMIItn 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mtuln ronJ race nnd criminal prattle limn patatri Irlan block JSR WEDDING AnORNEYandCUllNSEUORatUW HVRTFORD KY Will his In nil the court of 4Ohioanti 1IJolnlnltronatirellad the COTft of AP Irot to all burducca ntruitod to him OBlce In lupcnucix building R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HARTFORD KY Will practice bU In ihoconrUol Ohio and niljotnlng counties AiocItftry- iabiIrSouthern Railway Through tight Dot Southern Btnt- MKENTUCKYTENNESSEE South CAROLINA ALABAMA VIR GINIA tforth GIA and MISSISSIPPI Three Dally Trains Iletween Ixinls ts4t3MikUJtnston Obterratlpn Chair Cnn Trains mitTS and from Seventh Street Union nl otconnectlii with trijlnaorth Illlpola Central llallrbad and L 1It For Information adilrws A WHI DOHr LT AIGUh Ave ix nl Tlllc- Wu II TATLOC AsslnUnt 0 I A Ix nUTlll J M Ccrr Truffle Manager I w nnurtonW AT 1755 lieD InM Agent I i THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN 19001NoI CAMPBELLS OLD TRICKSI Tho Notorious Lawyor With Bon Goldon on Myster ious Mission Triad to See Jim HowardLatter Was I Too Wiley and Refused- to Talk With Him Co Thomas C Campbell nl Nw York Cincinnati and elsewhere it in I the city on some mysterious mission thM nature ol which II not the exact object of which niiy he surmised The pretence nl lIen B O l ltn nl liirtourville who nasisted in the prosecution of the Goebei murder trials Is ulso in the city Golden w 1I registered nt tile Wilinrd withone extra but the tollers can not bedlscovfrtd Campbell was leg isleted at Seelbackfl Neither Camp bell nor ioldcn had a room ot 10 oclock Uht night The above facts might hove been without significance were it not lor Campbells mysterious vhil to tie j ill yesterday aiternoon and his reI Kited but inifltfclual efforts to see James tlowaidand Henry K YjuUcy Campbell called at the jail early I yesterday and held a short with Jailer John R Ifl nz A lew minutes later Pfltnz and Camp hell went up to No 9 the large xll on the second floor iu which How otfd and Youtrcy me confined Ruth Howard and Yootsty were nt that mo rnent with Mrs Yautsey in the smill compartment partitioned off from the rest of the cell known ns the hospital Fflinz knocked at the door and iniofmed the two prisoners that an old I1owald1WhWhat Mr Campbell Mr Tom Campbell i Howard ROIl Youtsey loooUed ntI eachother In astonishment uud said oneI If you mean Cal Tem the law er be is no friend ol ours 1 Well he Is out here and wants to sec you anyway Will we dont want to ice him nod we wont tee him was the prompt reply- Petruasion was ol uo avail and fi nally Campbell and pa4nz left the cell without steing them At that time Golden was downstairs hut Howard and Youtsey dirt not know It Sometime afterward Howard and iVuUcy rccrlvcd a cordial invitation rom Jailer ifl RItZ to come down tails and take upper Surmising that It- was only a ruse anti having learned from cad experience that it is unwise- to talk to any one connected with the prosecution the Invitation was promptly refused and Howard and foutsey supped upttaiiu in their cell Subtquently events indicated that the surmise was correct fur Jailer pa itz made another visit uptalrs and called Howard to the door After sat isfying hiuiselt that Campbell was on around Howard responded Howard said Pflinz Col Campbell says that in Frankfort you sent him word to come to see you lie is here now and ready to talk with you if you will comedown stairs II Col Campbell said that re lltd Howard he said what was not rue I never sent for him at Frank fort or anywhere else and never wanted to see him I have nothing- to say to him now and will not see himAlter a few ineffectual efforts to per suade Howard to see Campbell ill tea tit and so piesuiuably did Campbell Up to n late bur lust night nil ef forts to find either Campbell or Gol den had proven futile Goldens con lecllQu with the plot for such it undoubtedly was dues not appear on the urljce Ills sudden appearance coin jidentnlly with Campbell certainly Have Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it Slow To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let It stand twentyfour hours a book sediment ot set lung Indicates an unhealthy condition of the kid heys If It stains your linen Is evidence of kid trouble too frequent deslro to pass or pain In the back convincing proof that the kidneys and blad der are out of order What to Do There Is comfort In the knowledge so often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the great kidney remedy fulfills every wish In curing rheumatism pain In the back kidneys liver bladder and every part of the urinary passage It corrects Inability to hold water and scalding pain In passing It or bd effects following use of liquor wine or beer and overcomes that unpleasant necessity of being compelled to go often during the day and to get up many times during the night The mild and tho extra ordinary effect of SwampRoot Is soon realized It stands the highest for Its won derful cures of the most distressing cases If you need a medicine you should the best old by druggists In 5O andSi sizes You may a sample bottle of wonderful discovery and a that tellsI more about It both sent absolutely freeby mall It ney It I this address UT juimer lit tram of SnapRoot Co Binghamton N Y When writing men I tion reading this generous offer In this paper gives ground for belief that it was prearranged The identity ol the mysterious one extra might addl the story Wharton Golden the star confessor was in town a few nights I ago but it is not known whether or not he is till here When seen at the jail last night Howard and Youtsey were mystified its to the cause of Campbells visit al though it WAS evident what thought was uppttmnnt III their minds The most reasonable explanation Is that AS the cases cf Powers and How ard hitve been recently submitted to the Court of Appeals the publication of a brand new confession or two might help matters along The prosecution has heen painfully shy on conleshions for some time past Howard and Youtsey showed gre t wisdom In refusing to talk to Camp bell Experience has sbov lvery plainly what can be done in the matter ol evidence when an accused man talks to another man even for a moment especially II that other man happens to be connected with the prosecution With no more iouuda tlon than that a sensational confess ion covering numerous features and apparent inconsistencies which have cropped out In the trials could easily hive been forthcomion and according to Tom Campbells custom would doubtless have appeared slmultan eously in his personal mouthpieces in this city and Cincinnati to day When seen at the j III last night Howard said I saw no reason for talking to Campbell I knew noth lag about the murder of Goebel and Campbell Vnows it I am innocent and I will certainly not attempt to swear away the lives oi others in cr der to save my own Howard also stated that the charse made in Goebellte papers that he had made a written contract with clerk Ford for 200 for the lecord in his case wes untrue I told him said Howard that I had uo morey but would try to get it from my friends I could not do it but I hope to yet and when I do he shall have It Louisville Dispatc- hSEfTMWOuiiII uMtnixulO- jMtr pucieccin the Hoalb prorw hughes Took a treat remedy fur Chili and alt Malaria Fryer lltttrr than Quinine Hnnrnntwtl try I At DrumrliU We and 100 butUre 32lt- Frr butns cuts bruises lacerations or injuries ol any description HAL LARDS SNOW is a soy reign remedy It never fails to do good and so promptly that its won tIerfu1 curative properties frequently create surprise Price 25 ando cts orwleby J II Williams OAsXOAXAB tn tin The KM You Hats Always Bought Blxutucf Jp Rev John Reid Jr ot Great Falls Mont rtcomuiended Eiya Cream 3alm to me I can emphasize his statement It is a positive cure for artnrrh if used as dlrectedRe Prancis W Poole Pastor Central Pres Church Helena Mont After using Elys Cream Balm six weeks I believe myself cured of ca tarrh Jacob Stewart Grand Ave Juffjlo N Y The Balm does not irtltate or cause sneezing Sold bydruggists alSo ets- or mailed by my Brothers 56 War ten St New York ca- Use It Lightly Cora What would you do If you had a voice like mine DoraI nfcould be very careful not to overwoik it Harlem Life For broken limbs chilblains burns scalds bruised shins sore throat and sores of every kind apply BAL LADSSNOW LINIMENT It will give immediate relief and heat any I wound Puce 25 cIa and 50 cts For sale by J II Williams In sluggish liver by Itsbtneficialactlol upon the biliary tracts renders the bile more fluid and brings the liver into n sound healthy condition thereby banishing the sense genIdisorders ol the liver Price 5 3 cts Fur sale b J II Tho General Exception The trusts are dangerously rich Much they will surely doThat is ull ttnsts save one in which I own n share of stock or twd- Washington Star iuuut A StiTCh IN TIHI Ravel nine 1iubre ionic new Improved tnit IVAKiint taken In early Spring sad Fall pro yeij Chills Dengue and Malarial Fevers Acta on the lIr tones up the system Uetter thee Quinine Guaranteed try It Xt DrnggUUJOc aud 1100 bottl 2Gt j Vory Tyrannical Miss Bill has your employer any tyrannical habits1 Yes indeed he buys candy and eats It before my eyesChicago Record Young Bride Fatally Hurt Whitesburg Ky Dec aMrsE- llen Roberts nee Miss Ellen Hun a SUFFERED TWENTYFIVE YEARS Cured Permanently by the American Catarrh Rem edy Periina MR AND MRS J o ATKINSON INDEPENDENCE MO I Mr John O Atkinson Independence Mo In a recent letter to Dr Hartman lays My wlfo bad been suffering from a complication of diseases for 25 years Her case had baffled the skill of some of tho most noted physicians Ono of her worst troubles was chronic constipation of several yoars standIng Shoalcp suffered with general debility and paroxysms sometimes as often as sixor eight times a day At this tlmo she was passing through that most critical period In tho lIfo of woman change of life 4 In Juno 1805 I wrote to you about her case You advised a courso of Pe ntnn and Manalln which wo at onco commenced and have to say it has com pletely cured her Sho firmly believer that sho would hero been dead only for these wonderful remedies About the same tlmo I wrote you about my own case of catarrh which was of 25 years and at times I was almost past going I commenced using Peruna according to your in structions and continued its uso for about a year and It has completely cured me- UI have to say that your remedies do all you claim for them and even more Catarrh cannot exist whcro Poruna is naiIInchronic writes Mr A cOlutlpatlonI three yearn and tried almost overy catarrh medicine I heard of I wont down to Dela ware 0 to attend college vhero I got ono of your Alma nacs and saw Mr oF Stern another remedy for catarrh I was almost discouraged with trying all kinds of medicine but my roommato told me that your medicine was all right and so I tried It After taking seven bottles according to directions I was cured and felt like a new man I recommend It to all who arBsufterlng with this dreadful disease It Is the best medlclno for catarrh I owe my health to you Mrs J A Bashor Knoxrlllc Tenn writes My health was completely broken down and had been for almost a year I could not rest day or night but suffered constantly untold misery Tried remedy after remedy but found nn relief until Pcrnna wao recom sucker and her sister Mrs Lttti Chisenhall engaged in a fierce fight at the home of the former near Llpps and as a result Mrs Roberts was ser ionsly if not fatally wounded Mrs Crisenhall had said something con cerning the recent marriage of her sister to William Robuts Mrs Uberls first hU4rni John Hnn Flicker ditd n nmnia II Know Whnt Falti la S The teacher was ttyillg to commun Icite t the juvenile clnss rn idea of faith nnd to better illustrate it she held up an apple and said If I were to tell you there are no seeds in this apple you wouM beiievo nie without further proof would you nuIl Yes maani anbtveted the class in thoiui Well that is fifth said the teacher The rext thy in order to test their mended to mo by a friend I have taken ono nUll a half bottles and am today well and hearty I shall always praise Portina for I feel U saved my life M r J W Draper Galnsboro Tenn writes I For many years I had been a continual sufferer from that dreadful disease chronic catarrh I gavo up hopes of over being relieved I tried overy remedy my friends recommended but all in vain Finally Itook my bed My friends had all given mo up MrJWDraper- to die believing mo to bo In tho last stages of consumption Having a bottle of Icruna In tho room I began to take It and In a few days felt so well that 1 got up I continued It improving all the tlmo until I am now almost a sound man Can do as hard a dayfl work at almost any man This happened tour ypars ago Mrs Rachel A Magaw OT West Jet ferson street Sprlngfleld O writes I 1cruua is worth Its weight in gold I like a l woman I cant praise It enough rlspentngrelltdealI over mo any iL good until I and tried your Fern na I ofInI I shall bo without Porn na and shall tell all see to try il for I know it to be a suro cure for catarrh I cant praise It enough for what It has dono for meIor less with it in some form Previous to the discovery of Poruna catarrh was considered wellnigh incurable Since tho Introdncttonof Pcruna to tho medi eat profession thousands of cases aro cured annually By old of Dr Hartmanu freo books and free corrcspoudnuce a multitude of hopeless people aro permanently cured of this most loathsome and stubborn disease every year Anyone nflllctei1 with catarrh should wrlto Dr Hartman Columbus O Ask for tree bonkn or frey advice whichever you most need recollection ol the lesson she asked Who can tell me what faith Is1 61 can promptly answered the small urchin Its an apple what aint got no seeds in ItChlcago S DRO PSYC1U1IUhHaTcnmJ rccetablt rues In telaays at lout ffirall HTmptomaremov I ed Testimonials DAYS t reatmrn I frrc DR B H GKUflS SOBS hex K Atlanta Da a p Still After tho Flond1 Ashland Dec IA posse is in of Gibson the man accused of his twoyear old stepdaughter by running a red hot poker down her throat and it is expected that he will be captured The heard horn the pursuing party was during the night at a remote part of the county when was said they missed Gibson by about hours A lynching is probable if Gibson is captured ==It t ICitI VARtcocELE SrneTURE No other disease U BO prevalent amor r inca ai Vittlcoccl A1t Interfere with the uuttittoa of the sexual orgaus it pro Ices ezti3iL0ua loss of semeit through the urlaedocay of the orgies aIom tn tits Ia adllnlr to the Iack neroustiets dcs poodac bubfalne plpl tton of tb I bract constipation ud n comblual ou of these results a cooiplete ot loIn iboud Triouaasds 01 ronllllIncl toiddie men are troubled with atrlctur If yon bao reawn you aro i filleted with It dont It It wit ruin you Dont lit dacers eiperlment r ouyoabycuttthrstrstchliig or leirln 110 Our New Method Treatment a tolre hence It d uppeara and cOla easer return Wocnro iVarlcocela and Sirictare without optrst on or loin of time The treatment tullY be takea at home privately Send for oar Jre Illnttratcd nook on Vnrlcoc lc f atrieture and Gl t Wo gucu untie to Cure or No Pay Kidneys f BladderAll sexual complaInts affect thiseen ate lieses tile kids ets are a great source P odliea you aeblalr or weak sa orerthe soul o t the back tendency to U urinate freitteittI deposit te urlac ct eisof lirids or fct a dro In the mtrulnj neglect your kId e1B Oar New Method Ircatmant fIi euiriuteea to cure any disease o thai I organ or no pay W- pfrKo Names Uead Viibout Written Consent M O TT Rowe of MleliM saystI bad Titlcocale In tbe sstondary stage two tilcluretofgycannanillnir I was operated on twlke great B8t temporary relief I was filially advised to try the Now Method Treatment of Drt K t K Tlio calarn4 alas dltappeartd In six weeks tbe stricture was remoTcd la elgbt wceks and my axual enerey and vitafit reuraed to I was a ma Iu ertry rttpcct 1 recommend you doctors wltl my whole heart CURES GUARANTEED NO CURE NO rAY Your feel now I sent rt0 you never I News Ky kill last two Jtxttan Ptfore Tre3tmalo After Treatment i We treat and cure Nerious DebIlity Loit Manhood VartetlUle Stricture pltIIlls Gleet Wulr ll1lU Gouorthma aud Unuatural Dhcharge Cousll1tallon Books bree Write for QuesUoo List for home Treatmeat I 628 WALNUT STRETills Kenney Kerrran 3 CINCINNATI OHIO i f4i fi t i and ol our work There are of people who live and die the oi their minds They are born and reared in on at of mental and never sus pect that there are within them strong mental forces of the others who though of strong powers need ment nnd to start them on the high way to lines It is the business of schools of the and to rfrouse these force awaken dor mant and offer to the fnltei ing oppor tunities lor that wilt insure their success For more than twenty years Hartford College has been doing this kind oi work and there are to day all over this couutry men and women who have been lifted to a full er ol the beauties and of Hie by the they have received at this We have no process for students a course of study Each student upon lila own ability and Nature gives the ability and we by the most modern and methods of to secure the opplica cation There are no class with us character alone is the to nnd esteem the fact that worth makes the man and the want of it the fellon we put all worthy students on the same footing The school has always merited and received a large share ot public and Shale its it has been last year being the banner year in its history Our present force is and more efficient than ever before and we hope this year to surpass even the success of last year We invite a rigid of our merits for by them we propose to stand or fall As has always been our custom we give to teachers and those to enter the work of the very best and ad vantages We want the teachers of this section of to be the peers of those of any other section and propose to do all in our power to raise their We make a of this line of school work and leave no slone to assist those coming to us for help None but the very best teachers In our schoi 1 are to take charge of teachers classes Our work in lines is intended to more and men and women for All the of We have now n well which Is upon the most modern and methods We use no whatever on book but Instead we transact the actual business buy and sell handle tollege currency write all forms of business papers such nr checks notes drafts deeds and keep qur own books from to We use Rlliss system ot which is one of the most and practi nl that can Our are under of the teacher All other being as our aim is first to learn them to rely upon their own merits We are being asked contin ually the If I should the Business Course could I then keep books We answer yes If ou are in doubt call and see what we lire doing for our work cannot be duly until seen Ifyou want a there is not a better plan than this to get it for the demand for good is now greater than ever before and the wide awake need never be without a job We do not insure but we feel assured that we can aid our worthy Jni good places and mean to make this an feature of our work The only way to success is to be ready that when an s WANT L at HARTFORD COLLEGE 6 D BUSINESS INSTITUTE HARTFOHDKENTUCKY SPRiNG JANUARY 14 CONTINUES TWENTY WEEKS History Review thousands wlthoutiever knowing capacity inactivity slumbering capable highest developmentThere conscious undeveloped encourage assistance successful secondary highcricducatlon slumbering energies improvement ultimately scattered realization possibilities instruction institution lightning pasting through mutdepend application endeavor approved instruction distinctions recommendation confidence Recognizing confidence patronage founding steadily growing teaching stronger examination Teachers Course desiring teaching instruction possible Kentucky standing specialty unturned permitted Pedagogical develope conscientious developments teaching SPECIALDEPARTMENTSCommercial equipped Commercial Department conducted practical textbook keeping merchandise beginning completion bookkeeping popular beobtained students personal instruction assistance positively forbidden question complete emphatically appreciated position bookkeepers bookkeeper positions graduutes securing important opportunity presents IF YOU FirstClass Uptodate Job Printing Call this Office Prices Most Job Specialty KY SiIFUA- TTOItNUY ATTOlWEy OAIIOL1NAGEOR identity afternoon conteieuce Thousands LINIMENT HERBINE Williams damage standing pursuit mosphere capable Reasonable TERM OPENS 1901 AND itself you may make well of it and not wait un prepareWhileIn Bookkeeping we feel that this alone will not equip the student to meet the duties of giveRPenmanshipeuce Institution lusuchfindeverythingessary to burg Inca and young women for satisfactory YouOlelilt is not what you need trulyT I9ooWeandBusinessany Business Institution in the State and glad takingaFRANK N STOWURS ROBEK MARKS W E RENDER MAZIB THOMAS OWRAN WALtACB HAYDEN WEnD LESTER POLK- CU1tSTUR LINDLBY JAMES C KENNERW Short Hand Mr Marvin Miller has charge of this de partment and his practical knowledge of this MrMillerathoroughbe made by all interested In this work Law Department This department has been in charge of T S oftheand a jurist of rare attainment Music abllity Elocution and Physical Culture Miss Grace Roll is well prepared to give In sttuctlon in this department allthosoExpense ooTwo800TwoCollege and Commercial Course per term 112 oo Short Hand per term 8 oo Collegiate end Short Hand Courses per term 1200 Music per term 1000 250PhysicalBoard per week 200 Entire necessary expenses for one year Includ lug board and tuition 11000 General Suggestions Reference books are a necessity so bring all you have especlallythose on the subjects you expect to We do not propose to guar antee certificates but we do guarantee to give you alt the assistance In our power to enable ou to attain one or raise the grade of an old sue Extra effort Is bestowed upon those who ore weak in certain branches Students should write us in advance ol their arrival so that we may secure suitable homes for them Be present on the first day of the term if possible however if you cannot enter until youhaveFor further information call on or write to TJ MORTON OR O M SHBITZ S d Hartford Republican FRIDAY DECEMBER 7 FON and LON ROPERS Editors orolophonc csno11 Ce == Ittuid FrHaut tl fliHaitfordPub CoJneorporalia intiid at Hartford postoffici is secondclass trait matter lW VIJTl m J a won cocjvrv nmor I am a undldate for tbt BepnbllcAn tion forth office 01 Conntjr Judge oar aap port U kindly lollcltrd e47 liw tlnlly lox ItOOKRI We are authortwd to announw Ed flitbI Am cnmlldnUtor tboffl ol County Jti11inlJ- ect 1 to the action ot thp JtrpnMlnin 1lIrI3 We are nnthorlifii to announce It II MMldlllK Ai a candidate tor tbfoltlfc of County JnJitivmb J t to tbe action ot the Itrpubllron imrty Ion cousTY COURT I IEKK- We are nnthorl lto announce II N ItMRlnnU Am candidate for the offlw ol County Court clerk pubject to the action ot the Itrpnnllcnn party We are anthorlMd to announce I M llorkrr A ft candidate for the office ot County rout t lick inbjrcl to the action of the Itrpnbllcan party FOB NiiEnirr We are anthorlied to Announce Tliniunn II llrntnn Ae n candidate for the office of Sheriff unbjwt to the action ot the Itepnbllcan party We are nuthorlwd to announce Cal P Keown- A a candidate for the office of Sheriff cubit to the action of the Republican party Ton COUNT ATTOIIXEY We are anthorlied to announce M L Ilrnvrlii- Ai a candidate for reilectlon for the office ot County Attorney enbjcct to the action ot the lie pnbllcan party roll ntnuuii NtiiitiTtMiT Ware anthorlied to announce Jntmn heWed Ai a candidate for the office of cboolHnperlni tendent of Ohio county lIbltthe llepnbllcan party We are authorized to announce lleury lrncli Asa candidate for the otflteofcboolSnperlnt tendent subject to the party FUn lIEn We are authorized to announce Thoinna II tllluli Ai a candidate for the office of Jailer enbject to the action of the Uepubllcun party We nre nnthorlted to nnnounw George WTIIIord Ana candidate for the office ot Jailer subject tithe action of the llrpubllcan party We are authorized to announce N A Inrh As a cnodldnl fur the office of JiiUer anliject tt the action of the llepubl can petty- We ore anthorited to nnnonuc W p hinder At a candidate for the office of Jailor ntijnt ro the action of the llepubllcnn party We ore authorised announce J WNlVTtti Ac a candidate for the office ot taller autiject to the action of the Itcpnbllcnn dotty We nre authorized tc annou- nnJIII FIIll Ail a candidate for the offlce of Jailer rabject tithe action of the lto lIblioolllrIY We ore authorised to nnnounea Iticr hieudcr Al a candidate for the offlce uf Jallrr unbjert to the action ot thj llppubllnin irtY- We are authorized to announce IIOKCH Mts II ta a candidate for tbe office of Jailor nlJt to tbeoctlon of the llrpubllcuu patty We ate authorized to announce L W Hunt A a candidate for the office of InticraulJect to the action of the Jtcpubllcon party Jolt ASSIWSOH We lire authorized to announce Frank Iuwr- As a candidate tot the omen ot tceeaeor subject to the will ol till Itcpnbllcan party We are authorised to announce U Ciny rk As a candidate for the office of Atwrnsor rabjrct I to the action of the llepnbllcan party I rail IIKIMUMBXTATIVK We ore aulhorlml to nnnounen Alt UN lleiuirllA- H n candidate to the olflce ot liriirevrntntlreof Ohio nulllY ubJt to the ncthin ol the Itrpnb llcnn party We are authorized to announce C E Smith A II cIIUdole for the office f lieprewntatlro of Ohio county rubjfct to the action uf the lie publlcun patty THE lay of the primary is Febru nary 2 IDOl J C W BKCKHAM wilt be inau gurated Governor next Tuesday by the gracn of the Goebel law TUG German Emperor reused to eee Oom Puul Kruger und the poor old Boio was greatly oifened OOM PAUL is iu Europe trying to elicit Minpalby and intervention in bis beliidl in the South African Make MR C II DUTY succeeds the notorious Morton K Yonts on tbe board of eection commissioners Tbe aboard is Democraticaccording to Mr Goebels commands Tim Itepubiicuu primary to be held on the 2nd of February will be con duciid in the same manner as the November election Each man will cast a secret ballot for whomsoever hes may chotetJOHN M hIGGINS of Indianapolis Ind I has been sentenced to the State prison for offering to take a bribe IleI wilt doubtless agree that it is not aiways best to talk to much tongue is bis worst enemy Now ia very opportune time to announce for Jailer The boy are in excellent spirits all hope to be nominated while only one will be gratified The more the merrier Come boys enter the irayjCINCINNATI is making much ado over her recently acquired1 bankrupt is Duke Great cities make much ado over nothing many times an in If the case of the Queeu city Rich American girls prefer marrying bank rupt titled meotbat they may be call oi Duichrn And after all wit itir i there in such a couieon 1IIrllle THE United States Supreme Court firmed the decision of the Court of AI peals in the Jim Crow Car case which cumpells railroad companies to arrange a separate apartment for tbe coored people Justice John M Har Ian dissented TIlE Repub ican State Central Coma mittee has opened permanent head quarters in Louisville and will take charge of tde campaign for next year This is a very Importaut step in the proper direction to insure sue cess thorough organization is highl essential Is giving a list of those parties in dicted by the last grand jury in our issue of last week tbe printer made si mistake in one name which we de sire to correct It appeared that one Thomas Benton was indicted for il legally selling liquor when it shout have been Thomas Burton THE tJGtb Congies net in Wash ington at noon Monday The dutie Ilf this Congress surpass those of another in the history ot tbe country The Philippines Cuba anti troubled China are before this august body o men It is up to them to draft II colonial policy for the Philippines satisfy Cuba and restore China to tbe peaceful pursuits of life and tlI bring tbe Imperial Empire to a realize tion of the enormity of its crime against civilization in permitting the Boxers and Imperial forces to elaugh ter Christians ts wai done in the Dark ages SULPHUR trntixas presents her second candidate for Jailer before thu Republican primary in the poison o Mr L W Hunt Mr Hunt ha h 1been a Republican since the partys birth having cast his first vote for thu immortal Lincoln while in the service 11 his country lIe was one of the faithful who answered the call to arms of his country when disunion upon every corner threatened its ex istence and with his brave companion endured the dangers and hard sbipJI of army life on the field and in 9 camp He is a worthy gentleman do serving well at the hands of hU felI low Republican The party vouldI make no mistake in giving Mr Hunt the nomination for JailerIEXSHERIFF CAL P KEOWN ant flounces as a candidate for theofiice of Sheriff puLject to thp will of tboI party at the primary February 2IMr Keown is so well known to thu peope of Ohio county that it is hard ly necessury for the REPUBLICAN to give him an introduction We marI say however that Mr Keown mlldlI the people of the county one of thoI best tax cellectors that they have ever had Mr Keown is an excellent campaigner few better and if uomi natedwould leave wit a stone un turned Thus far in the campaign only two candidates have announced for Sheriff Mr Benton and lIrI Keown both most excellent and 3worthymake a epemlid officer OUIt worthy contemporary the Brcckinridge iSetw has the followinga to say of one Mi backwoods editor who once infested t hES The mission of Mr Wrsleyand the trust of politicians audoffiee seek era who bnught him into the com funnily was to abuse malign und libel honest men who dared have an onin tutu of their own No individual or paper was ever known to succeed who followed slice tactic Breckiuridgo county people dont believe in that kind journalism hence the pasting of Mr Worsley We assure our contemporary that he has our sympathy in having to deal with Worsleyisra We were once confronted by this same slander do falter and the only way to servo him is with silent contempt PnEsiDEKT McKiNLEY delivered the longest message to Congress last Monday that was ever presented to that body The extraordinary times for tbe lencth of the docu moot There have been few men in the Presidential chair be equal of Wm McKinley We doubt very much it the country ever claimed a more able and trusted statesman The message is a photogragh the great mind which has so ably met and every question to the satisfac ion of a grateful people that has arisen during bis term as President When this message has been thorough studied hall political sects can not be hilt one conclusion thtreI s u masterpiece of rarelyequalellandllevor surpassedI Mit C E SMITH of Ceralvo submits his name to the voters of the Re publican primary in this issue of the RErrnucAN desiring to be mode the party nominee for Representative I Claude Smith is a worthy young man j ust entering upon the duties of life with a bright and hopeful future a member of the Hartford bar ing obtained licence a few years the party desires to put oung lIeI into public trust it would find in Smith a truly greatful servant present Mr A S Bennett and aSPir11Iy0 self made unassuming young men as truly worthy of any honor the party may be able to bustow upon them They are both ideal gentlemen and no mistake can be made in selecting either to be our next Representative The Duty of the Party The Republican primary which is to be held on Saturday February 21 1001 will certainly be an interesting day for many of the Republican as pirants It should be a great day to the Republican party in Ohio county because on that thy men will br chosen to go forth to do battle for tb6 party and carry its banner U victory Quite a number ot candi dales have tillered for each office tc be filled at the next regular election nnd from among this number the very best anti most capable men the men that can fight the partys battle against oddvf needs be should be nominated that the already sure victory may be made doubly sure No mistake should be made putting time proper man in the fied RepnblicanIvice of wise counselors and make it cause the peoples cause it will have no trouble in holding the confidence of the business men of tbe county and a perminent place at tbe court house In order that perfect harmony might dwell in tbe ranks nod that tb very best men be nominated for the various offices the Republican Execu tive Committee has ordered that n primary election be made the instru ment through and by which the nominees of the party will be declared This is a very wise precaution which insures harmony uud victory after the primary is over Every Republican is most assuredly in favor of the majority rule and when one candidate has received a greater vote than any of his contem pories it is but right and just that ho be declared the nominee and those defeated like honest and honorable men will be found ready aOlI willing supporters of their successful rival man that did more ellcctive campaigning In intering this campaign which promises to be most interesting Every candidate should remember that the better policy is to treat the other fellow as you would have him treat you There should be mud slinging and no scratching tickets in the final oection as with some of our Democratic brethren The future of Ohio county Republicanism to a largo extent depend upon the result of the primary There fore it is imperative brethren that the party chose for its standard hearers the very best men In its ranks In Memory Ceralvo Ky Dec 6 1900 Mrs Ellen Duncan wife ol John Duncan died at the home of her son n law Win Chancellor near here oc the 29th of November and on the oth she was taken to her borne when services were conducted bj Rev G II Lawrence and her body was laid to rest in the family burying Sister Duncan was sick but lew hours having received a stroke of paralysis She haves a husband nd five children to mourn her depart ure Sister Duncan professed faith in coyclis KIll We know ofInothing than coughing to tear the Un ing of your throat and lungs Itis better than wet feet to cause- bronchitis anddpne U m o n Only keep It up and you twill succeed in reducing yourIweight losing your appetiteo slow fever andtmaking thing everya right for the germs or consumptionE i Better kill your coughcbefore It kills yout AYftrs kills coughs of everyAj kind A 25 cent i is just right for an ordi S A nary cough i for the harder coughs of bron chitis you will need a SOmcent bottle i and for theclcoughs of consumptionuthe one isCmost economical a toanierekctcLon y but they til railed Alter mine tIe preowe toy lire to It SIOnOANOct Vs Christ ot the age of30 years and jiin ed the Mtthudlstcbuich Her death occured at the age of 51 yeats She lived a model chitstlan life and was loved by nil who knew her She was a kindwife a loving companion a fond nod affectionate mother Deal children weep not lor your mother you loved her well but Gxl loved her better She has only crossed to tbe beautiful shore there to dwell with Christ there to live in the Und ot the redeemed and the blest to livr with the angels and with her songs welcome you over to the Saviours urns A FRIEND Our Greatest Specialist IrFur 20 ytata Dr J Newton lathe way has so successfully tr att l chronic iirases that he is acknowledged to profiSionmethod of treatment lor Veticccelr ltd Stricture without the aid of knit If cautery cures in 90 per cent of all cases In the treatment of Loss ol Vital Forces Nervous Disorders Kid uey and Urinary Complaints iaraly 4ls Bo d Polfoninp Rheumatism Catarrh and Diseases pcu far to wo men be is especially successlul Or Hathaways practice is more than specialistCares r physicians readily yield to his treat ment Write him to day fully about your case He makes no charge fir consultation or advice either at his of fice or by mail Address J Newlcn Hathaway M Ii3t9 Chtirclr SI- s Nashville Tenn II eCOALAt the Mrs Elijah Mills Bank opposite Dr Millers Bank We slut to furnish a good supply of coal Kew tip public screens good roads excbangel ions as we need and fruit at Hattfon prices E M Miller delivers cheap Telephone 66 JNO A EDGAR MILLER If you would have an appetite like t bear and a relish for your meals ake Chamberlains Stomach and Iiv r Tablets They correct disorders of the stomach and regulate tbe md bowels Price 25 cents Sun ales free at Z Wayne Griffin Bros Irug store Best for the Bowels No matter what ails you headache 0 a cancer you will never get well until your boweLs are put right CAS withIural movements costs you just in cents to start getting your health back CASCARETS Candy Cathar ic the genuine put up in metal boxes every tablet has C C C tamped on it Beware of imitations Letters remaining uncalled for in the Hartford postoffice Mrs Maggie Sigier 2 Mr James Raley Mr Charlie Marshall Mr Riley Johnson 1 Mr Felix Celdwell Mr Tatum fur Jen Mr T L Helsley J H Ivey L F Howser WOODBURY TlNLLEY P M pEczema Itching Humors PinT pies Cured by B B B Hollle frrr lo Nnirercr Dees your skin Itch and Burn Dis yotfeelDo scabs and Scales form on the skin lair or Scalp Have you Eczema Skin Sore and Cracked Rash form on the Skin Prickling Pain in the Skin Boils Pimples Hone Pains f Swollen Joints Falling Hair All Run Down Skin Palt Old Sores Rating Sores Ulcers To cure tc stay cured take B B B Botanlo Blood Balm which makes the blood pure and rich B B B will cause the sores to heal itching of eczema to stop forever the skin to become clear the breath sweet B B B is just the remedy you have been look ling for Thoroughly tested for 30 years Our readers are advised to try B B B For sale by druggists at t per large bottle six Utge bottles ful treatment 5 Be sure the bottle reads Botanic Blood Balm Complete directions with each bottle So sufferers may test It H trial bottle given away Write fr it Address BLOOD BALM CO Atlanta Ga Describe your trouble and Free Personal medi cat advice given 2 Vindicated Hartford Ky Thc tbe 4th 1900 EDITORS RnrunucAN Iu looking the Hartford Herald of a recen- tatcl found In its columns quite an ungentlemanly thrust at the editor ol he RrrunucAN Mr Fan Rogers and as we think all uncalled for and utterly false as regotds his being a angerous nnn for the Republicans Ohio county to nominate for counIy Judge Now I have been acquaint d with Mr Rogers far quite a while nd have always found hint to be it perfect gentleman in all his dealing s a citizen and gentleman and amIia and think him AS nice a young as can be found in Ohio county or any other county and one that would make it warm for any person J ol G B procllvltes they way trot out against him if nominated Yours truly f C CHAMBBRLIN About five years ago I was tr ub led with catrth ol tIe lower bowel II C T Cbisholm 484 Dasbornr re Chicago and con ulte several eminent physicians who piescrlber for me I found their remedies tailed to in arty way relieve e and the trouble nlrucst became A After pufietlIiCUilI onths I one day conclu ltd to try J Colic Chrleta and Dis D lourised to find after talip iwo dos f the disease that hul out me M B much trouble and annoyance I am J tbanlful to say that I have not suRerIII JWayne 011= If you will buy three = fOldVirginia Cheroots getIa satisfaction that 5 cents will buy in I a smoke and get it three times over J You havent any idea how good they are and cannot have until you trythem Try three today instead of a 5C cigar = Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this year Ask your own dealer Price 3 for 5 centsIiIiI 1 INDORSEMENTS Mr Raglands Flattering In dorsements From Six Precincts In view of the tact that Mr M Rjgland our present County Clerk has been a most faithful and ef ficient officer and that for many years he has been one of the parties bet and most capable laborers both la and out of season It is but just and due him that he be indorsed by the party lor reelection thereroie we the under signed Republicans ol East und West Fordsville MaganCentertownStlect Horse Branch and Rosine believe to be the best interest of the party to endorse him for n second term =oct ci5 Wst crwo ttibinyivOMnr Petty Albert Ceter 11111111CJohn FralM Miwk lirnry liirlhtoTitinderJohnJhn W Smvr JII IkrhlIlj WIIhItiorrCaiMurphyiteotge Whiting W I1 ernie1 K Newton John Kewtiii A f Jonm lUintan llrsulwr IInru1I11orIIttMJokkI IIrnlblIurII llXmlth Floyd Kvown T I Writ It VM jtiI W WI J A tlllr OilervtlllrIlIInInJmWIOre iiultwliiitII J Wminm John Colllnn thbsrJoIWJlloleILoiriin huff That ite den MitchellIreiJ IK Nvwton W 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jnckion C L woudwunl w M Howe C H Howe M K tabby Select John II Stewart John Wilson CECrowder L B fitize T F Aughlry Jobn J Baize W C Arhuckle J W Duvall J II Raley Pulton Gardner L Rogers I J Diuhtety L S Goodman Pied Bate- S M James T J Daufjherty Timothy FurgasonG II Bates J larnagln Lifa ette Htnbry R J l nklord I V Jinus Hit Howard S V DIMM- Vinson Smith J A Bmi Marion Awtry C H Rogers henry Bas W P Daugberty 0 Awlry E B Finley W W Baize W H DuiRhetty MthUsBiizs W T RIgwl G N Cox il C CwwderIB Albin L M Horse Branch Wm M Awtty J W Danpnterty C V Christian liimts M Pi rceIJacob S Ford Will A Pierce I C Vlitle N A U Ilii3ei Joe Uil1it1IU Ft zz ill It A V S Coiciivi Altf H I A MotiH I S RIIV l M let H N loe H Sewut W J liifi ttin- KrankAileu Win H IdrkISHIce Stint t b II M nii4 J vV Kitty C Thorn it E O Fnd- F f Axton Svtvtster Whiteo sniest M Miller W C Leach l Mtior O V OntiTJlAIIY RCuuJIHuzlip H lyovonn hhti n tardnlpV Shelby Ilmil we li rctIft RenlioC P ilk DiUherty cii1di M 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yourhorsesbest attention at my stable Good Riggs and Buggies at all hours 1 have the best wheat grower in the worJdtheuG u a n a Bear Fertilizer Your patronage is earnest ly RespyJohn HAHTFORD NEPVITA PILLS Reitore Vitality Lost Vigor sad Manhood CUto Impotency fllJht Enitietons disoacos Lose or lalem- on 60IIblood builder DrtD aocbeeksr fire of roulh mall CTSBOO perlbor 0 bozo lor 250with our bankable gaumn teo to cure r refund the mona paId Send for circular end copy ot our bankable guarantee bond EXTRA STRENQTII Nervlta Tablots Immediate Results TEILOW LiBEL PowerVarlcocoleParel Locomotor Mazta enonaProatra lion Hjitnrlo Fits Insanity Paralysis and the of UM of Tobacco Opium or iquor Dy malt In ralata package a aroarantaemoney paid Addre- ssNERVITA I MEDICAL CO fln2JMtaon fo CHICAGO IU I WINTER TIMEI- s hero and you need Clothes and Shoes to keep you warm We have just receive a large stock of Mayfield Jeans Pantsthe best and warmest garments for this season of the year prices 150 8175 200 and 225 Every pair guaranteed to give satis faction or money refunded In all probability you will need some footwear We handle Days Celebrated Snagless Rubber Boots which will outwear two pair of any other make Ve sell these Boots for 350 per paireach and every pair guaranteed- we sell the best Shoes made Browns Star 5X every pair guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction We have a full stock stock of the above brand for children something that will not wear out and rip in a week but will lust through the winter yes and Spring too and you can wear them next winter if you take proper care of themWe a fine line of Bootees in Tan and Black with the latest tips and styles Ve have a good line of Gloves and Mit tens which will protect your hands from chnppingDotect your hands in time Remember we are still giving a large picture with every 10 purchase and have just receive1a large lot of some of the prettiest pictures every seen in Hartford We have a few of our extra McIntosh Coats left and will make a special bargain for your benefit Do not fail to watch this space Decent bet 12th It will pay you to read to rend it Yours truly ZE3 T COILILXILTS IILrPcDPtD EY PRICES SLAUGHTERED In order to move our immense stockof SHOES AND CLOTHING Rapidly to make room for SpiEezisra OOOZDS We have Slaughtered Prices 8125LadiesShoes at SIOO to 120 The very best whole stock at 145 Other Shoos iind Clothing marked down in the same proportion We also have A line if Drummers Sample Shoes that we bought at a discount of 25 per cent and will sell at the same sacrifice Drummer samples are fully 10 per cent buyinghempercent oil on alt cash purchases amounting to 10 and up to 820 and 8 percent oil on all purcha amounting to 820 ami over In spite of the recent advance in cotton goods wecan sPoil you the best brands of Calico a tJi cents per yard Shirting antI bleached anti brown Domestic at the same ratio Groceries unusually low for the times Have just received a car load of ealt that we will sell nt165 per barrel aftttr all the talkof from 8200 to 8300 Salt When you want good GOODS at the right PRICE3 you CAn find them liENFROWSNARROWS OR DUNDHR n Rough River Telephone Company IxconroniTiD Talk being cheap and necessary you should patronize home folks whore you can buy your own phones build your own lines and in talking distance with the whole county and business points generally by only paying HoughUhor expenseifHartford Ky for particulars We connect with ill Independent Companies ltretswttht = incus llitB fTtUIIHf habit rtmoTM th dMlr fortobt with IthipuIi5ihbtodrbonitronc I Id fIIbullbn udUjoikip oar m Jobmyoah fouTaIt It lib Oaboiet oayIIdtatliqe UEUiQI CNTBAk Li NEW THROUGH LINE DCTHCIN tfAHSYlUE A- NDCICWQA new thrt ugh car line has been estnhlifbid lug the entire distance qver the Illinois Central between burgIChampaign and Lhe road flmel1Iservice is us folinws- sNORTH BOUND Daily JJx Sun LvEyansvile 73pm 731111 m- Ar Chicago 700 HIII 700 pin SOUTH BOUND Dally IJx Sun LvChtenpo 4P 111 830am- A Rvan vTlle SmsActn 550 m Through alefpiriR cat1 on night trains and through free reohining chair its on day trains tickets of yo tlocal tlckct Agent t J f i J 1 a 1W t 1I- C II dr i 1 rt yi 1 f- J i qri i J cfii 1 01 JI r It + 0 I rW t II y I r a INDUCEMENT TO- TRADE HERE Courteous Treatment Prompt Service Positive Satisfaction and a Sav ing of from 15 to 25 Cent I f Collaretts and Jacketsi Black Sheared Belgium Coney Fur Collaretts nineIInches deep lull sweep interlined anti lined with Mcreized ITOJlCollar and Star Yoke of choice quality Black Coney Fur interlined and lined with Saline atyllMi Co larctte fur 83 50 ShearediExtra fiuo selected qua ily Sheared Coney 10J inches lung lull weep front tags 18 ornamented with two mouth heads nnd IlecrIuttrhllell iSuperfine allwool Beaver Jackets combina tion collar newaieevee Self cloth lacing full Silk lined color Drawn Castor lOll mutlIor 87 CO Allwool Beaver Jackets UO inches loup combination I lurn down collar d uble breasted alathed bultou front Iwllhsix largo buttons newest sleeves collar and Reveres Apliqued lined throughout with Satin color Black Navy and Castora beautyfor 8800 New weave pure Mohair heavy Abtrachan curl Misses Jackets c mbinatlon turndown collar doublebrcaste I front with nx largo fancy buttons colors Koyal Blue and Black mixed age 4 C 8 10 and li years price I 8300 I Mens and I Boyss Overcoats Mens heavyweight allwool UUter well lined dnlilo i IMeolBnwn well lined warm and durable Velvet Collar as j good BB anybody 800 coat our special price 8SOO Meni licit grade ol Beaver Coats raw edge Melalic I lining double breasted lap teams waterproof nice drrjiy coat well worth 812 GO our special price is 81000 Bays Heaver Overcoats a 8300 8300 8100 and 85 00 yearI Bank I eta etc wo guarantee you a big saving by visiting hud r quarters P The Mace tsS Hartford Republican FRIDAY DECKMBKR 7 Illnols Contral RallroadTlmo Table Stir time card taking ifflirt Hominy lire S spa at noon Nor III Ilinillil Knillh llonnil No IM duo fc37 n in No lit iltMllOi n m No 102 ilaoH m No lol due IM p in No l2de12rapin No121doebbepin- Local firtehtx o9dnrtsmN ILSo1P3dueAtrntn- Mr M L Hciivrin went to Owens hero Tuesday Mrs John Thomas who has been sick for some time U thought to be improving Mr John H Foster left yesterday for Lolavlllc where be enters the rev enue service Little Sara daughter ol Mr and Mrs C P Keown is quite sick of sculct lever Mr Alex Wylie and wife Ringold Washington will arrive today to visit his untie Mr Jo P Sandtrlur From reports measles is interfer ing with the public schools in some sections 01 the county as well as scarlet fever Messrs John B Wilson and Jnmcs T Sanderfur are spending a few days with Mr John T Rone at Center town quail hunting The little one year old child of Mr Rulus Dowtllf Trlsler died last Sat urday night and was bulled Sunday We are unable to obtain particulars The members ol the Baptist church are requested to meet early tomor lOW night that they may attend ser vices at the Cumberland Pietbyteri an church Mr T H Faught and familyof Beaver Dam have moved to Owens boro where they are engaged in keeping bonding house Mr Fiught would be pleased to have his friends visit him when in the city He is on Bolllver between bond and 3d Mr W11 Barnes is in Hnwcsville attending court and acting as Com monweaths Attorney in Mr Rowes stead We understand that Mr Barnes is making a very favorable impression which as a wallet of course be should do Schroder the well known Photographer is now at the Hartford wharj with his Floating Studio We are making Buttons at 250 each or two for 400 Kodak Photos at 500 per dozen They are twice the fclzj of Daisy Photos Come and see us- SCIIRcnrnR PISOS CURE FOR v wb utobBert loan Bjrnp In time an ti br tfnnliU Mr Jo B Rogers Beaver Dam called to see us yesterday We have received a call for MrWrn Bryant of Rosins to mates the rac for Jailer but too late for publication It will appear next week Mesirs W T Miller and Nit Vin cent Greenville were in town Tues day soil Wednesday They made the RnrunucAN a pleasant call Mrs Win Overman Wynoose III U visiting relatives In Ohio county She WAS the guest ol her aunt Mrs Mugdalene Rogers yesterday The teachers will be plea sed to learn that the third months pay will be ready for them tomorrow which they should hare had last month but then there is a new administration Mrs George Lee of the Concord neighborhood gave birth to a 15 pound girl the 4th inst The mother anti child arc doing well Quitr rcmurkable as the mother is a very small woman usually weighing about no pounds Dr Wedding was the attending physician ITo morrow week the Teachers As will melt in Hartford for the first time within this school year We hope to see a number ol the ped V agogues here that day and n greater interest manifested than is usually exhibited in the work The good peo pie of the town should show their hos pitality and greet the teacher Judge Peter Lauder of McHenry announces in this issue as a candidate for the Republican nomination for Jailer Judge Lauder was elected Police Judge of the town ol Render in 1899 by his fellow townsmen and has proven a most faithful servant He has been untiring in his efforts to dls charge theduties of his office and has done much towards building up his town He is a worthy Republican life long in the partys service and deserves all the honor the party maybe able to bestow upon him He would add strength to the party as a candidate and in the event of his nom nation be would prove a winner Mr D M Hocker Is out in a car solicliting r the office of County Court Clerk Mr Hooker was elected to this office in 1894 and under the new constitution seined three years As clerk Mr I Mocker gave perfect satisfaction He deImonlltrated while in that pailtlon In the event of his nomination he will puHit= his opponent who may bs dratted into service to the banks of the Silt and there see him safely embark on that miserably desolate and lu4ubroiH journey whereposth Dismocntl= can didates from Ohio cluntydurh these I Utter days of the niuteenth century The Stimulus of Pure Blood That Is what Is required by every organ of the body for the proper per formance of Its functions It prevents biliousness dyspepsia constipation kidney complaint rheu matism catarrh nervousness weak ness faintness pimples blotches and all cutaneous eruptions It perfects all the vital processes w P Keeton Wooditock Ala took Hoodi Saraaparllla to make bti blood pure lIe write that he had not felt well but tired for lome time Before he bad flntibed the first bottle of this medicine he felt better and when bo bad taken the second was like another manfree from that tired feeling and able to do his work Hoods Sarsaparllla Promises to cure and keeps the promise Accept no substitute but get Hoods today Mr Hosea Shown of the JBartletts precinct announces as a condtdate for the office ol Jailer subject to the will ofthe Republican party Mr Shown was raised near Beds where he has done some active work for lor the party He has been conspicuous in local politics for quite a while and has rendered some valuable service He is thoroughly imbued with Repub licanism and if nominated would make strong candidate and would cer tainly have charge of the evil doers during the next four years Mr II Clay York ot the East Hertford precinct submits his name to the Republican voters of Ohio county before the primary for the office of Assessor and earnestly in stars that his friends and fellow Re publicans give him an earnest con sideration Mr York is a good man well qualified to discharge the duties of Assessor and should it be the will of the party that he be the nominee to be voted for at the November elec tlon of 1901 he will prove a success lul candidate No one can reasonably hope for good health unless his bowels move once each day When this is not at tended to disorders of the stomach arise biliousness headache dyspepsia piles son lollow It you wish to avoid these ailments keep your bow els regular hy taking Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets when re quired They are so easy to take and mild and gentle in effect For Site by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Teachers Mooting rrogrnm 01 Ohio County Teachers Association and Reading Circle at Hartford December 15 1900 jo to 1030 Devotional Exercises loyojRcadlng Cltcje WorkW G Welborn conductor Method in Education Chnpt 12 Primary Geography Miss Rachle Sanderfur GodaeyeChapt 13 History W R Carson Chapt 14 Civics E Woodward Introduction to American Litera ture Chapt IVJ A DuO Chapt IXJllam Barnes ChapteXT J Morton Chapt IMiss Fanale RenderAssociation Work Jos Dewe se conductor Talks us aids in Teaching History W R Rhoads New Methods in TeachingMiss Dora E Gib son Neatness iu Person and Arrange ment of School room Care ot FurnN tnreand GroundsProf N T Groves and Mrs Julia Wedding- T J MORTON 1 lcSMiss MARY MERGER J DoRA E GIBSON Secy O C T A R c Rheumatism Nobody knows all about it andnothing now known will always cure it Doctors try Scotts Emul sion of Cod Liver Oil when they think it is caused by im perfect digestion of food You can do the same It may or may not be caused by the failure of stomach and bowels to do their work If it is you will cure it if not you will do no harm The way to cure a disease is to stop its cause and help habitdof health When Scotts Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil does that it cures when it dont it dont cure It never does harm The genuine has this picture on it take 110 other If you have not tried it send for free sample its agreeable taste will surprise you SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409 Pearl St N Y 5oc anti too nil druggists y PRIMARY ELECTION Tho Republicans of Ohio County Will Meet Fob2 1900 and Choose TheIr Candidates AN ENTHUSIASTIC MEETING The Republican Executive Com mittee of Ohio County met at the court House Monday with quite a number ol the candidates and selected Febiu ary the 2nd as the day for holding a primary election to nominate candidates for the various county offices The candidates were unanimous in their demand for a primary and all agreed on the day for the primary Alter issuelng the following call the committee adjourned- At a regular meeting of the Re publican Executive Committee ci Ohio county held at the Count House in Hartford Kentucky on Monday December the 3d 1900 a quorum be ing present it was ordered and dl rected by said committee that a pri mary election be held in Ohio count Kentucky on Saturday February 2 1900 from 8 a m to 4p m by the Republican party of said county for the purpose of nominating candidates for the various county offices to be vo ted for at the next regular November election 1900 vir County Judge County Court Clerk Count Attorney Sheriff Superintendent of Schools Representative Jailer Assessor Cor oner and Surveyor- It is also ordered and directed that a poll shall be opened in each of the va rious voting precincts in said couuty at the regular voting places thereof at 8 a mand remain open continuously until 4 p m on said day for the pur pose of holding and carrying into ef lect the primary election erdered herein At said election all person who will be legal voters at the next regular No vember election and who will sup port the nominees or candidates re ceiving the blgbest number of votes at the primary election herein shall have the right or privilege to partici pate and vote in said primary elec tionIn order to meet the necesaary expense incident to the holding of the primary election ordered herein it is ordered that all the various candi dates for the following offices namely Connty Judge County Court Clerk County Attorney Sheriff and Superintendent of Connty Schools be and they are required to deposit with the Secretary ot this Committee 20 each also all the various candidates for the offices of Representative Jailer and Assessor be and they are required to deposit with said Secretary 915 dollars each and all the various candi dates for Coronerand Surveyor be and they are required to deposit with the Secretary the sum of f5 each which sums thus deposited shall be used by said committee in paying the expen ses of holding the primary election ordered herein It is further ordered and directed by said committe that any person de siring to submit his or their names to the voters of said primary election shall not later than fifteen day next preceding the holding of the said pri mary election apprise the secretary of this committee of the fact that he is a candidate and upon paying to said seceetary the amount herein required to be deposited by the various candi dates shall be declared to be n candidate in said primary election and any person or persons who have not given such notice to the secretary of the committee and who has not paid to the secretary the amount required to bedepasited by the vaii tis c udiJaita lriH not have their nama IInlo Ion the ballots to be used in sal I puiuuiy electionThe further dir eta that any candidate or candidate receiving the highest number oi votes cat at the election ordered herein shall be declared the nominee of the Republican party for the cffice lor which said candidate or candidates were voted for at said primary election NICHOLAS BARRASS Chmn LON ROGERS Sec v Salt rheum with its burning sting- Ing sensation is due to poor blood nod is cured by Hoods Sarsaparilla the great blood purifier The Bost Plaster A piece of flannel dampened with Chamberlains Pain Balm nnd bound to the affected puts is superior to any plaster When troubled with lame back or pains in the side or chest give it a trial and you you are cettain to be more than pleased with the prompt relief which it affords Pain Balm alto cures rheumatism Oie application gives relief For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Bo It Resolved That we the undersigned citizens of Ohio county do hereby condemn the editors of the Hertford Herald for the ungentlemanly and uncalled for attack upon Superintendent Fon Rogers In the columns of the Herald of week be fore last S M raylor Rev C H Pyle Sam T Martin G W Phlpps Rev H H Carter Louie Barrett John A McHenry Thomas Grlffi r Wesley Foreman Richard lilacs Charles W Gibson A M LiwrenceStcve Hines Angelus WJlliamsVIS Lindley Leslie Hines Gus Ford A C Liw renceSeth Render n M Mill Rev G W Drane Socilhern formal gehool O3owling Green Easiness College TWO SRPARATR SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT One Thousand Students will be in Daily Attendance During the Spring of 1901 Wo give above an excellent picture of the handsome new College building which the citizens of Bowling Green built for our Institution It is the ineet school scructure in the South CfflBe sure and mention Course wanted when you write Catalogues and Journals free Address ii H OE3ERR2 Genera1 Jaanager- BovvJlng Green AN OLD FARMER Gives the Herald a Turn foJ Slandering Supt Rogers Beda Ky Dec 6 rgoi EDITORS RPURLICANSince the charges which the Herald made against Superintendent Fon Rogers have aroused considerable comment I wish to say that I do not consider these charges personal to MrRogeis further than the mentioning ol hU name in connection therewith The charge that Rogers repre sents the worst element oi Republicanism which is not only odious but dangerous and that he has no patience with any man who does not endorse Taylorlsro and all of its concomitant evils is a thrust at any man who believes in a lair ballot and a fair count who voted for Governor Taylor and endorsed his fight for the office to which be was fairly elected- It appears ol late that the Demo crats slander and abuse every roan who opposes Goebellsiu Because Governor Bradley called the militia to the armory in Louisville to protec life and property on election day In 99 he was denounced and compared to Jesse James For the reason that Rogers has defended the course of the Republican party and exposed the tricks of the Goebelites he is now de nouncedby the character assassins o being blinded by partisanlsm and a dangerous character No better rec ommendation of his worth could be given to the people of the county than the opposition of the Goebeliti ringI have known Mr Rogers for Eevi eral years and never knew him to be otherwise than upright honest and faithful to duty Very truly H C SHAVER flv How to Cure Croup Mr R Gray who lives near Amen la Duchess county N Y says Chamberlains Cough Remedy is the best medicine I have ever used It I a fine childrens remedy for croup and never fails to cure When given as soon as the child becomes hoarse o even after the croupy cough has de y veloped it will prevent the attack This should be born in mind and bottle of the Cough Remedy kept at hand ready for Instant use as soon these symptoms appear For sale Z Wayne Griffin Br- oRupublicane Tam profoundly thankful for th honor you did me in 1894 by electin me to the office of Clerk of the Ohio County Court which position I held for only a term of three years and as an evidence of my high appreciation of the confidence thus reposed in me dUKeverything in my power to so discharge the duties of said office as tc reflect honor and credit udon the par tv and the people who had fivoret me with their suffrage and as all the Clerks who preceded me had been re nominated I came before you in 189 asking an endorsement ot your hands but you gave tIle nomination to the present incumbent whose tejni o office is four years Now as I am loath to believe that you intend to make 9- Eouso rpILLScur e biliousness sick i ticatlasho Jaundice nausea Indigos k lion cc They are Invaluable to prevent a cold or break up II fever Mild ecnlle rf rtau they urn worth your confidence Purely vegetable the coil be taken by children or dcllcata women rrlccL5cBtull medicine dealers or by mat vt O L loon Qn I Lowell Mu me an exception I again come before I you for fan endorsement as an evidence I of your appreciation and approval ofI the manner in which I as your Clerkl discharged the duties of the office If I you believe that I am worthy of an endorsementthat I was a faithful I 11appealport and influence in the coming pri mary election Very DAVID Hows RespectyYoursI We oQer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of catarrh that can not be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure I F J Cheney Co Props Toledo O- We the undersigned have known I F J Chenay fur the Inst 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all I business transactions and finally able I to carry out any obligations made by their firm I West Truax Wholesale Drug gists Toledo O Walding Kinnan Marvin Wholesale Druggists Toledo O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter nally acting directly upon the blood and mucuous surfaces ol the system Price 7c per bottle Sold by Drug gists Testimonials free- Halls Family Pills ore the best I ISELECT KY thefi as i candidates from various sections ol I the county but none from select i j Come boys Select should do better i She Is entitled to recognition in some IwaySome of our young sportsmen crossed Green River into Butler one j night recently in quest of game and l were lead from the path by the in I tense darkness consequently it was late the next day when the boys returned gameless Mrs Wally Renfrow will leave tor Missouri in a few days and will make that State her future home Mr J A Hudson made a flying trip bulnesssMrs JTola Iglehatts clothing caught fire while working about the abatingrthe flame without seriously being burned XXY aThis Is WhatThoySay I asThose who take Hoods rheuy matism or dyspepsia say it cures promptly and permanently even at ter all other preparations fail You uteyougI have every reason to believe it lit will do for you I Constipation is cured by Hoods j Pills asc r ADABURG From all the evidence I think Li Hung Chang of this place has cut I his shoe strings anti gone up since I hearing the result of the national II I electionAs has been no news reported from this since bin I offI noting a few ot the recent happenings liliES Belle Foreman who has been so low oJ spinal trouble for the past few years is no better and is not expected to live long Mr Lee Miller and sisterMies Lena of Dundee were the guests of Mrs I Artie Meller last Sunday Mias Stella Wedding of Whites t ville has been visiting Miss Annie Hickey of thie place for the past Iweek RKOAN LtyCAN REV G W DRANE j Takes the Herald to Taw on Its iSiandorous AttackI Hoytl Ky Dec S 1900 EDITORS REPUBLICAN Since November the 21St I have noticed letters from several gentlemen regarding the ungentlemanly and cowardly at tack of the Herald made upon Superintendent Fon Rogers up theIJudge am sure I grace sentiment the entire colored popu lation of the county In concurring In whit those gentlemen have said ItI was a fore gone conclusion that the Herald and its editors would be op posed to Mr Rogers nomination or election because of politicalopinion but decency demands that this fight be made with its distinguishing lea tures In the platforms upon which each stands but the editors of the Herald like every one else in the county will knew that the life nnd character of Mr Rogers is above re proach and no one doubts for a moment but what he would make a com petent County Judge and should such loyal Democrats as the editor of the Herald be ranged along side of the most offensive negro Republics an ia Judge Fon Rogers court ju what showing he would have tI best be imagined by those who watched the way the Pox Alley has done up theHerald and its edi tors for the past year with plain truths and questions that have never been answered It is but natural for the Herald to conclude that his opinions would be Impartial The offensive negro Republicans ot Ohio county have such a high es Ifltbeynot support him but they believe belorelJudgehaps what the Heralds editor would dolook to see whether it is a Repub licau or a Democrat a loyal Demo crat oran offensive negro Republican but he will inquire into like facts and decide accordlngto law as has diss posed of the Heralds editors from time to time G W DUNn In Memory of Annabelle Wilson who was born June the 19th 1878 and died Nov the 26th 1900 aged 22 years five months and seven days Se united with the Cane Run Baptist church on December the 22nd 1889 Annabelle was raised by christian parents and having a lovely disposition was the j Idol oi the familyalways cheerful having a kind word for every body She loved the sabbath school and the house of prayer but Annabelle has gone to live with Jesus to be with those loved ones gone before The best physicians were called to administer medical old but her time meetIIfrom the windows so she could see all the room and after entreating lover family to live right then bidding them farewell she quietly passed front earth to that beautiful mansion In the great beyond Her remains were laid to rest in the McCord grave yard in the presence of abont three hundred friends and rela tives A FHIEND Pneumonia Prevented Among time tens 01 thousand who have usid Chamberlains Cough Rem edy for colds and la grippe during the past few years to our knowledge not a single case has resulted in pneumon ia Thoi Whltfield Co 240 Wabash avenue Chicago one of the most prominent retail druggists In that city In speaking of this says Wo recommend Chamberlains Cough Remedy lor la grippe in many cases as It not only gives prompt and complete recovery but also counteracts and tendency oi In grippe to result in pneumonia For sale by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Marriages Logan Felix Hartford to Miss Mamie Bennett Hartford Leslie LArbuckle Narrowsto Miss Rosa A Miller Narrows- C T Tucker Maxwell to Misa Oda May Davis Maxwell Haskel Kitchens Rochester to Miss Oma C Davenport Rochester i H Howard Owensboro toIJames Sanders Select IForburns cuts bruises lacerations or of any description BAL LARUS SNOW LINIMENT Is a sovereign remedy It never falls to do good and so promptly that its won derful curative properties frequently create surprise Price 25 and 50 eta For sale by J H Williams 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coutlnimnce ol thi Protective policy Ametici intends ti unnuftctuie most ol the goods 8bt teeds at home to thus keep the mon y Item going to Europe and to lur nish employment for our own labor tug wen at lair wogei Spiingfield MnssUuion Hree silver is dead as a door nail Gone to jjin old FteeTrade Horrid url Pt Telejjtaph We are now sure ofmour years mon I McKInley ant oi n Congnsa heav ly Republican until at hat 19 i Tht uerchaiit the mannficturer tht wnker who trims his east to the new ted lavnrirg bitizts vill net regret it cur years mote oi fair business reather ahead Now that the eltction is over and the txcitemont has sob Ided can we not all Republicans Democrats Populists Prohibitionists rankly njiice that this is scJBos- on Journal Finished ard finished right Phil idrlphia Ifger The people still believe in the policy hat builds up and maintains Amen sin industries and gives employment to the American worklagmenTiffia 0 Tribune What the Republican Tariff is worth to the wool 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tlio Public d inand Dr Ilatuawisy has reserved a limluJ number of these boot andth holi2sspoclaly arrane tl to free by mall to all renders of tliL paivr T M tend names For so years Dr Hathaway has connncd till practice almost pxcliislicly to dlsea es of inin that lime lie hns riitorcj moro men tolical I icon nrcfnlnoij and happlnoss than OUT tea other doctors In the country combined tUtliawiiy treats nnj cure by n method owu discovered anti by ntlrellhI cxcn41I by him Loss ci- italily YallI UIklura li1ot lotIlontnit In Its Ulflercrt twts ihctiriat oi Weak llark nil urinary comrlainU llcr 8ore and rlr lirlehtsiiHeiioand all forma cf Kidney Troubles Ills treatment for under toned men restores lost vitality and makes th patient n Xrcng rell vigorous man lIathatvavs success In tho treatment ol Varicoech and terlcturo without the old of knife r Ctutery It Phenomenal The patient Is treat c J by this mII 1 at his own homo without pUn orfc s ef tlmafro1 nulnejj Thl Is positively thj only treatment nhlzlt care an oper Hatlu iy roll the parll rtUr atten tion of sufferer trori Vnrl oele nnd Stricture to 1004 27 2IJJ1and 31 of his new bock peclallytreatesicral1oulsllIflslcnm1ail remnllesuscd by hint are In h i own uboratort under his penmnal oversight Dr Hathaway makes norliargo for connilta ilon or advIce at Itli office or by mall and whim a ease It UX n tso ono lowfcxj covers aU cost of modlciaes ant cervices pos1tileone Intervluw but tills ii not MsentkU in he tat ured eorei of thousaod of patients In aU sac- lionS cf the trail I vhom he has never noJIIs ystctnof nom Treatment Is m perfected tiwi 3 ears brln about a euro as cutely t thoasn tlia patient called dally Ht hit once J NEWTON HATHAWAY M D Dr hathaway lZ r 30SCliurrti8rrt NoKlivlllf Trim- S KNTIOV Till ittsit Wit rx W11ITISO In eccotdance with dictates of cow non sense and sound judgment Grand Rapids Herald The defeat of President McKintcj would have brought calamity to thU nation It would have closed up lu tistrles it would have rtullifud con tracts and prospective butinefs for the next year even it ultimately ncthinp was tone by Bryan or his followers to upset exuding conditions YVoiclie Cr Spy- Ilout Tobacco Spit iul Kmole Trot lIre Anir ro quit toliarro otinlly und forotei tcmae nitlc flail of life nerve OaRS vigor talo NoTo nic tlio wonderwnrUir tftnt makes weak men itroiig All ilrugciitu ifleorfl Curcpunran tceil llooklct and ample free Address tcrltos Jletnoily Co ChIcago or New York Miss Wundrr Is Mr Khymcson a ttte poet Miss GabbiethYes indeed They ay he applied at the city hull fur B ottic license last week Onto State Journal IMncnto Your Bowel WiLls Cuirarets forever13c25c His Latest Whim Very chargeable Inn isnt lit I wonder what his latest wI im I- WellaI jtifss I am Wee- cngagedIJrookiyr Life O flu ST RXABears theKind Yen HIM Al 11YS BngU 5rOne tUV of Thom Might A certain doctor when only begin ting practice hxd occasion to Attend 1 trial ns a witness The opposing counsel in cros examining the young lector made several sarcastic remarks cutting the ability tlthe young man tr understand the profession M you knnnr the Hvniptoms 01I c irtjfMon rf the brain I do tepinl the doctor Well continued the attorney uppnre my learned friend Mr BAR CODcus1SIOI1 Your learned iticnd Mr Hicsinjr lIIihl wnn thx reply Prom the- att1 Francisco Yaw Ii hici rJ HfiKBXR bycx ptjIMnt Iiotu tile Io4y I lie ixc hsd hIlt nml acid iiiipnwirt the HSMtiiila live lrebH piuilitM the Idoid arM tot n tip ardcitiantbcs Ihe fntirt stii Price Si rl Korolebyj It i11i Ill- SIntorustlag I to Her Miss rtiitiV H nii vpy ni ct u- tt1 in thai home old iiMHiciai Ye Sim Iintil thrft ht tmde oviilur f quite li quciitfyI1hilai- tljIhl4 Ir f etc lOre few IIlIlIIn1I SI IIIC0I11 fotiihf riRpivf Ititdivv cIn lfA iy 1f nirti l v Uln ARIHRS 1U1 JYltllLIJ OlMrXilvNf Kiij ffof 01 HMtit atul sys 0 Mifteiinp I I1IIe can tIt jdiml to org ccc to I Ire it It tiiil 1rico 5a CII in boc tcn ihli 7504 Fur naie by J II Wiiliunm Not Doslrod as Ancestors The Chinese it is jwiid discovered Ametica in 499 A P Thank heaven they lost it CAin Chicago Post o lUvi you nrolr AilosntfUAL LARDS HORBHOUND SYRUP st bed time will remove it Price 25 ctv awl 50 cts 1or fale by J II Will iims In Momoryti fivert little run cf K nwf rrd1 Kslher II nver dtoarled ills If O tober the lull igxi lerr Jvitt 14 now wiib the hnjuX lit WIq pnie lor eaitb his gent e iattuu loving winninjr Whys lie was Miivibit nrd i tfludntsa ht lioine how Vjnrl unit sad hinije without utile Til ten Me thinks I see him now in tlut arjrelic band where one was wt ntini to nuke t complete As I sload by the grave watered by his lather and mothers fISTS and caw their deep anguish I th ught who could cotnpiehcnd- Gods wisdom and goidness and great neos Pond parents God took little Fveiet to draw your mind to tlut bright clime where nil i jIyand lovi liress God loveth whome he chitst eneth In n little while you too may he called to llat eternal home Lint the last fond kiss hiss been impiintid tin little Uvctts forehead and his prec ions little form has been ob cut d from our view May the birds Mrp sweetly and the gentle dew tall light over little Evert grave ONK WHO Lovno HIM A rich lady cured of her dehfnstt and noises in the head by Dr Nichol sons AitiDcial Ear Drums gave I0 ooo to his Institute FO that deaf peo hale unable to procure the Elf Drums mOl have them Irce Address No 4483 The Nicholson Institute 78 Highth Avenue New York A Suggestion Little Charlie it supper Grind ma do your glasses make things look higleGraadwaYtII dearie Why Charlie Ob I only thought If they did maybe youd take era of while youre cutting the cake Iolichlnelle OASTORlABear YN Hive Wwars Bwjtl lhectY ef c CURES BLOOD POISON Scrofula Ulcors Old Soros Bone Pains Trial Treat mont Froo First fccond or third Upges poll lively by taking U B B llotnui Blood Balm Blood Balm kills o lestroys the Syphilitic Poison in lb llaoA and expels it horn the nyetrtn At the same time Botanic Bltrfnl Bain utlds up the battered constitution lave you sore throat pimples cop uet colored fpcti old sores Hcers swellings scrofula itching rkin nches And pains In bones or joints sore mouth or falling halt Ther Botanic Blood Balm will heal ever sore the aches rod nik IIlloex Pure and Rich and give the rich glow if heath to the skin Over 3nio tel limonials of rube Botanic Bloo p Tim RiSvunucAN hi a fchoLirshl in the Bryant fi Strntton Bu iiess Col lege one in Soumern Normal at flow- Ing Green and utit in the Vet Kentucky Seminary Beivcr Dam any ont editing to attend any of thise InstI ttiinit4 would do wtll topurcbncoit scho irships CASTORIAPor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the dSignature of a Just for a Startor LKlicus I was awfully downhearted before I got engaged I mauled sympathyCynicusVell yrmve got mine Philadelphia R eonl The difpisition olchidren lar elj depends upon health If they art troubled with wiriiis theywill be Ir- rtlel cross feverish anti prheji- 4niou4ly srh Will ffiS CREAM VKRMIFUGB is a worm expeller and tonic to make them healthy nnd cheer ful Price 25 cti Pr sale byj II Williams a Always Took Food Boforo Pleading Dr Urmiton one of the most lAI moui IliyniciftHS ot London tell of n e pitient if IH who was 11 noted barns ter anti who nl ways touk n full dose o- feil live nil before pleading a case 1 itic banisterOM mt believe in Btim II intHil never nse l them while en Ziiilil in mental labir Ytt he at v s tk his A3f itl coil livrr oil bf entity h Hxil it prnriftrd his mildt iChi tn active Withint iloubl Ot lxf oil is It moot icmniibe food SjxrMliy 5 heat partly rtijjestel ns ill Jill S tH Ivnulstjn It cettninl I rerctiieii ili niesiKry soil feeds 1111111s up the whole feivnu sys intlo a iict innaikHhli degites To furo 10141 itt11I1 Fnrorrr HUnrESaKKlllud by nn Enragod Ox VI1I1IIIhW Ky Dec rFlver- ei rohl Solomon Dtvl was crusbcd to death tienenthas wngnn load ol on in the wools eatetdayaTit rhl1 t id in front 0 the ox earn ttachtd tu tile wagon One ot ijtMiXn Ucinie eninged and lifiged HEAD ACHE Uotli tnr wire nlld my elfhave benintiiK CASOAUUra anti they ore the best oedlelno wo bavo over had In tho houso LastIreoK my vrlia wv3 r tulc with hcrdncho for wadaye Irk ici if voi i CAtCAIlETS and they rullo tOo pain m tier head almost ranvIKiov W t1tT orrlfrlCawaret Ct ii If Jlt bur Sufu tt iJuposIt Cd 1ltUburff Pa ACANOY iCATHARTIC TIMor wftn nrOISftrD Floa tnt Palatahlo Potent Taste Good Do Oooi NovortCkin Cakcn or QaiiQ tile eWo CURE CONSTIPATION llntbf fl4 Cpy Cllut futml In Twt Ill NO T W IG And1iYUilt by Jlat BAD BL0055 BSD COMPLEXION The skin ii the seat of m almost end less variety of diseases They are kncwn by various names but arc all due to the tame cause ncld and other poisons the blood that irritate anti interfere InI the proper action of the skill To a smooth soft skin free all eruptions the blood must be kept pure anti healthy The many preparations arsnic and potash and the large of face powders nnd lotions generally uod in tfcia class of diseases cover up for a short time but cannot remove manently the ugly blotches and the red disfiguring pimples Eternal vlgllanoo la tho prloa of a boautlSul oomploxlon when such remedies ore relied on DIr II T fihobr mi Lucas Avenue Itt Lout sin t ly daughter wai afflicted for yon wlili n diaSguring eruption on her face which resisted nil treatment was taken to two celebrated health epilnzi but teeelved lao bene fit Many lediclnei were prescribed lot with out result until we decided t Ssnd by the time the Scat bottle ss Snished Ilioeruptlon- begsn to dls1pp A doscu bottles cued her completely slid her kin perfectly imooth She It floe seventeen yesri eLI note sign of the cinbarrauinz dUe4 e lua ever returned- S S S is a postive unfailing cure for the worst forms o troubles It Is the of all blood purifiers and the only one guaranteed purely vegetable Rid blood nukes complexions Lci pirifies a U oii rates old and SSS3v makes new rich blood JjKl tIRt nourishes the lodr and keeps the ikin active and healthy and in condition to p dorm its towards carrIIIgofT the impurities ftomlbe loty- II yoi have Eczema TeLler Acne Salt Rheum Psoriasis or your skin is rough ami semI for our book on Illood and Skin Diseases and write our physi clans about our case No charge what cver for this service SWIFT SPECIFIC COMPANY ATLANTA OH lot cstti iltvirpa horn tot I the boys Sodj and knocking him down The east and its compinion then sLatted away flit teivy vijon paa4iIig Over the lidV hud Ills ears wrie cut tn- nil hU skiil roctnrtd Truly Romnrkablo Miss Anne TtekI consider mv mother quite a remarkable woman Mifs IVpprey Oh is your mother livingMiss Anne Teelc CeiUlnly Miss Pepprey Ah She must be a remarkable old lady Philadelphia Press ItLINm ElITRA R L1 THHOtCII Iping Cif rvieo From CINCINNATI and LOUISVIlLE to Eot pZings i itt t ast 1 V Mi1llllHTh- nitmlolmiilncHiir irwrTtilunii IOD now be ivitrrcl frinu 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